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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor But Hay hotel in ilterti The Sweetest Flour You Know Is Taylor Maid Still a Few Strawberries Arriving KE1> AND BLACK KASPItERlUES Arc Now Coming; in Daily We everyone to place preserving orders for Uio (oliowlug Immediately thereby- getting e best value, as'we uUenil to all our orders liooksd in advance, first. szi.-.B.ac_ -rries. Keci ami Black Currants, tlooselierrtes almost over, all hinds, almost over. For tli Friday and Saturday ws are offering: Red full pints, each 15c. Washington. Black Caps, full pints, each..... 1Sc Creston Red Raspberries, 2 for.............25c Idaho Strawberries, full pts. per basket 103, Gooieberriel, large B. C.'s 2 baskets for a5c. Bina Cherries, large baskets 70c. Or per crate 4 baskets (to arrive) Sour Cherries, ".i full pints (to arrive) 25c. Red large strawberry baskets, 2 for 25c (Tc arrive) v Black Currants large straw-berry baskets 2 for-35c (To arrive) Long Hot House, uo seeds, each 25c. The above are.only some of our special lines, eery Store-and at reasonable prices. Hot House Tomatoes, local grown, extra flue per Green Peas, in the pod 3 Ibs. for'............ 25c I New Carrots, nor buncll......................5c New Potatoes, 6 Ibs 2Sc. Rhubarb. 6 Ib8. Cottage fresh In Saturday's, 3 Ibs ...35c. Swiss Brick Chesse, something you will relish per pound............................. 25c. Florida Grape Fruit, 3 for ..................25e Fine Valencia good-flavor, per rtoz.'ZSc Finest Lemons, per dozen................. 25c. We have everything you will find in a modern Gro- Office Phoiel271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Ph.ie525 Kelly Asks Injunction To Prevent Commission Forcing Him to Attend WEATHER Winnipeg, July Andnr-. son K C. counsel for Thomas Helly ann'onnced today he would apply lor an injunction to prevent the Mathers commission ironi compelling his client to atientt and give evidence. Kelly is at present in the 1'iiited States' and Judge Mathers announced this morning that ii he returned to Canada the commission, would im- mediately take action to have his at- tendance" compelled. They would have him arrested before they" would (ore- go the opportunity getting his testimony. The commission adjourn- ed today for one week. Borden Cheered When He Lands July Adriatic ar- rived safeiv in the Mersey. last night and discharged her passengers todav. Sir Robert Borden .with R. B. Ben- nett, of Calgan, and his secretarr, proceeded to London Premier Hor- heartily cheered by his fel- lou passengers the Adriatic. He met at the landing -stage hy Sir. George Perley. The Adriatic was escorted into Liverpool and flie trip was uneventful Premier Borden reached London this j'.ternoon; met at Eus- tbn by Attorney-General Carson and Secretar) f-riflith of the High Com- iriisEiQner-'s office. He travelled with Sir George and R B Bennett, of Calgary, from 'Liverpool in. the royal salon car- riage kitchener Praises Colonial Troops -.L-oiidon, July Secretary oi in his lecruitmg speech today; preferred to bravery of the Indian and the Canadians "fighting their British and French t comrades in Glanders and presenting t.a sohd and impenetrable front." "In .the Lord- K-itch- cner continued, "the Vustariians and combined, already Shave accomplished a feat of arms al- pfcmost unexampled m brAlianey, and pressing the campaign to a suc- cessful conclusion MARKETS FRIDAY'S ..GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, 'Man', July 9. The open- ing and closing prices on the local grain exchanges today were: Wheat- July October July October July October July October. July Open 13-1 103S 42 154 158 Minneapont Wheat 129% 163% Chicago Wheat 1......... .10894- Close 104% 153S 130% 104Ti I'll LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hogs, J8.50; cattle, J6.00- %lte, Winnipeg: Hogs, ?8.60; cattle, J8.50. Chicago: Hogs, {7.4M7.S5; cattie, With advancing years comes eonsti- Rexall Orderlies are a special- nly good laxative for ageing .people. only bv J. D. Higlnbothani fCo, The Hexall Store, -10c, 2oc, and .SOc hoxes Lethbridgc VulcaniziaE specialists, produce work in auto tire repairing of all ItinoV and guarantee their work. iK Son, props., old Sport- ing Goods Stand on 5th St. South, .ear JlcXabh's Saddlery. Cells and .latteries recharged and repaired. flirists Frache Bros. Plowtrt, Pottld Planti, Vegetable! LOCAL MARKETS ..LOCAL BRAIN Wheat, perhus. ..J 1.11 Oaats, per b.iis...............- .41 Flas, per 1.21 Barley, per BUYING' PRICE FOR HAY Nsi. 1' haled, ton.. 10.00 No. 2 timothy, baled, Un.. 14.00 Nro. 1 prairie, baled, ton......11.80 No. 3 prairie, 9.QQ BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Asparagus, to Ih. Lettuce, 15c. to 20c. a doz. bunches. Onions, green, lac. to SOc. a. do2. Bunches. Potatoes, Alherta, 60c. to 75c. a bus. Radishes, 15c. to 20c. a doz. hunch- es. Rhubarb, 2c. to 3c. per Ib. Spinach, oc. to 8c. per Ib. Turnips, old, a cwt." Ke.w potatoes, per Ib., 4 cents. Green peas; per 7 cents. Head lettuce, per. doz., 50 to 60c. New carrots, doz. bunches, 30 cents. New beets, per doz. hunches, New turnips, par doz. bunches. 30c. and Poultry killing steers, choice No. 1 caws, killing 6; choice killing ewes, 159-256ibs., Broilers, 45-55 cents; fowls, 14-16; turkeys, 18-20. Live: Fowls. 10-12; .turkeys, 15-16. fresh, per doz., 17c. dairy, per Ib., 18cl 48 113 4S 51" 5G 50 62 50 42 49 Letlibriiige, clear 76 Foremost, clear Dl Edmonton, clear 7-t -IS .82 Coronation, clear 74 Saskatoon, fair SO Regina, clear 79 cloudy 82 Poit Arthur, fair SI 'Red Deer, clear....... 74 Macteod, clear 76 Prince fair 76 Elbow, clear 79 Moose Jaw, clear 79 Brooks, clear 75 Calgary, clear 76 Medicine Hat, fair.... 82 Yoricton, clear 77 55 .03 The weather over the prairie-prov- inces has beea mostly fair with rain in sonic localities. Forecast All iair and warm showers in some localities. 55 52 53 60 CITY AND DISTRICT Returns from Exhibition Wml .Stevens, city clerk, returned last night from a visit to' the exhibi- tion at Calgary. Home Guards Those interested in the fprraatic of th'e Home Guards are requests not to forget the meeting at--tl; oiiice at S O'clock t night.. Related to Pincher Creek Man The Pincher Creek Echo learns that the late aviator, Flight Sub-Lieut. Warneford, V.C., is a relation of S. A. Tucker of Pincher Creek. Lieut. Wameford's father, the late Reginald W. H. .Warneford and B. A. T.ucker are first cousins. Grassy Lake Loses Minister J. H. ilcLean, Presbyterian minister, left Grassy Lake, .yesterday, for Nora Scotia, he will re- main. Rev. G. H. Barrett from Cal- gary, take Mr. McLean's place for a month, .until a permanent min- ister can be called. Joint Dftbate At the meeting addressed by -Mrs. Nellie HcClung in the .Majestic the- atre, the prohibitionists announced their acceptance of tbe challenge to' a joint debate on the Liquor Act. The challenge was., made-en-'behalf of a committee of citizens who are op- posed to the proposed Liquor Act, and the debate will take place on Inly 16. Trades Council .r. O. Jones was nominated to con- tinue in his position as president of the Trades and Labor Council, meeting held' iast evening. Vice- president Smead and Secretary Mor- ris were also re-nominated. At the suggestion of 'Mr. Jones, .the election j was not concluded, tout- nominations j will be Isft open ,uriyi next meeting, July 22. A resolution of thanks to the miners' giving their ser- vices free on the occasion of the visit of President "Waters of the Trades and Labor Congress of was passed. ffl5 HAIL INSURANCE PKOPER PROTECTION MEANS NO RISK OR WORRY ON YOUR PART A HUle judcmeni and'forfcsisht w.ill save your annual-' revenue; your ijik at the lowest possible rates .with PULL OF CLAIMS WRITE OR PRONE .R. V. GIBBONS CO. PHONE 1H1 .tALMORAL BLOCK CROQUET SETS At Greatly Reduced Prices 1 Ball set 5 Ball set JUST A FEW LEFT-AT THESE PRICES The Red Cross Drug 6 Btok Co., United THE NYAL QUALITY STORE: Can Ifou Beatlit? -SPEARMINT------ 3 Packages for lOc. Lay -it in for that Fishing Trip, Camp- ing Trip, 'Picnic or Outing. You'll need it. Saturday Only The Jtutott Store CITY AND DISTRICT Goes to Banff J..P.. Collins :left today fpr BaijfC, nrhere he wilt spend a few days. Quarterly Official Meets A special meeting of the quarterly official board of Wesley church will held tonight at. eight o'clock in ;he-church parlors. Miners' Union Officers _ The election ofiofficers for the Min- ers' Union took place last Tuesday. Frank Lamasfeldt; of the 'Min- ers' band, was elected president; .Rob- ert Peacock ivas re-elected secretary, anad Jack Morris: was chosen record-j IDE secretary. The elections miscar- ried, in tbat the nomination for vice- president was not -put before the meeting, consequently an election for this position will-be heW. The-pop- ularity of Robert Peacock was de- monstrated" by .to tne po- sition ol check wefghman at No. 6 shaft. Votes Money to Hcspital At a meeting of Eureka Rural Mun- icipality at Grassy Lake, Dr. J. G- AfcKie was appointed medical health officer for the balance of thfe year; a grant of ?SOO for the Grassy Lake General .Hospital., was voted unani- mously; on valuation of a tax rate of two mills was struck for municipal purposes; P. Carruthers was re-appointed dep- uty reeve for'the.second six months' of't'ne council's .term- H. J. Scott was appointed weed inspector for. the east half of the arid John Herron for the west half, the remun- eration to be M-WI .per- day- for: the time actually the Impound Stray Stock There have been too many com- plaints coming into the city police station lately of cattle and horses wandering at large and destroying bo.ulevards, gardens, lawns, etc., arid Chief of Police Skelton issues warning tbat he will hereafter impound all stock not securely tethered, found m the uty limits if the city pound BSB to be enlarged to accommo catc (lie stock, tbe chief will keep on impounding everj thing that is found nmning at large Of late the damage that iias caused by horses and cattle has been very great, and the Chief is going to put a, stop to it. CRYSTAL BRAND Made by The Crystal Dairy Co. Limited, LSTHBRIOOI Two Missionaries Give Addresses -.Hev. 'J. A. K. Walker, a Baptist, .missionary .in India, who is support-, 'ed there by the First Baptist church j of Oalgary, and Miss Ken-comb, an-j other missionary iu India, addressed the Baptist annual missionary 'meeV ing belli in the First Baptist church on Wednesday evening. Rev. Mr. Walker gave a very interesting and torceful address of his work in the mission fields CE India. In the course of his address he told oi the wonder-. Tul' development of that country since it came under British rule. One in- stance he quoted was thit of railway development. miles of rail- 'way were built, miles of roads and miles of canals. also told of many other interesting of the life and characteristics of the people of India. Miss 'New-) .comb ajso some interesting ex-j periences. In connection with, her work out- there, she told of the con- version of an Indian girl, which was indeed touching. There was a good attendance at the meeting. Mr. E. A. Dunlop was in tlic chair. Thousand Took in Big Excursion Methodist excursion to the Crow's Nest Pass yesterday wai a great success. The train bringing the ''crowd back Lethbrldge left Coleman on time instead of waiting for- the crowd, with the result that fifty excursionists were left. How- ever, .they caught the next and arrived in .the city 'at jusrt two hours later. Everybody had a :good time. The numerous attractions afforded by those in charge of the program as- sured a busy time and a happy one for the big croVds. At Cole-man'the unique sport .of motor boating on the lower lake pleased capacity loads, while those who were athletically in- clined were-entertained by the vari- ous contests. Three tennis courts wcrfrkept busy by a friendly tourna ment participated in by teams from Coleman, Blairmore, Hill crest and Cranbrook. Baseball be- tween a. Coleman team and a team picked up from tbe other towns was woi) by the former. A football ganje between Pincher Creek and Coleman attracted large crowds. The train of eight coaches was made'Taber and parties joined- it. at almost every.station along the .line. At Lethbridge. 353 people got on and the crowd must have- reached over a thousand by the time the train reached Coleman. About hafli the excursionists staved off at Cole- man and the rest went on to Crow's Nest. The Lethbridgeites were par- ticularly pleased-at the- hospitable reception-, accorded them at Coleman and unanimously declare that "this excursion was the best ever. A Correction A typographical error crept into Clarke advertisement appeared 'in last night's Herald: gowns were priced at 79 cents This should have read J7.90. We are now settled in our 6th Ave. Store, and Ready for Busi All onr new goods are opened are ready to serve you with the best in Groceries, Fruits, etc. Our Stock is New and.Fresh Everything in Season Central Cash Grocery Phone 657 1110 6th Avenue S. Duff addition customers can be served as usual .from our 4 CE7 Duff Addition Store. PHONE JO9.I. Made Big Profit on War Contract Ottawa, tbe close of this afternoon's sitting of the war contracts' inquiry an adjournment was taken until Monday afternoon. H. W. Brown, director of-military contracts, was examined this after- noon in regard to the purchase of hospital hoxes 'frolh BfoWnlec; an Ottawa druggist Mr. Thompson., government counsel, drew the attention of the witness to the fact that Bionnlee had sold boxes to the department at a much higher figure -when he sold direct, then when tenders were called for. Witness said'that Brownles's prices were certified to as being fair and reasonable hj "Major Jacques, who is now on the other side He had ap- proved the account after receiving the usual certificate. "The importance oi the remarked the goietnment counsel, "is that on these boves Brownlee made a profit oi 49 to 50 per cent, where- as when he had 'to compete lat the open market ,he made only 19 per cent." Germans in Poland; Continuing Drive 1 nndon, Juh 9 actmties, while lessening in Gahcia and soutnern Poland war fields, ap- parenth are in full swing again along Jie front to the west and northwest of Warsaw; The latest of- ficial statement from Petrograd in- dicates thib in recording attacks on Russian positions at points. Heavy losses were inflicted upon Germans m an assault near Jednoro- jetz in Preznais district, the Rui- sians report, but near Boijmow, al- most directly west of an attack m which gases used re- sulted in storming of the first- line of trenches In some of these the Germans retained a foothq'.d, Fight- in? there was reported as rontinufflg. Ask Your Grocer for TERRILL'S TOMATOES The Best on the Market! It will 1'c worth your while to our North Lethbi'idge Greenhouse (Cor. 6th A and 21st St.) to see the.-large--number of Plants we havji, heauly loaded the Choicest Fruit mm THE TERRILL FLORAL COMPANY ;