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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta ew Arlington Hotel European, 50c up LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel Mlterti The Sweetest Flour You Know Is Taylor Maid Raspberries, Gooseberries, Red and Black Currants Will be at their verv, best nest expect souie heavy shipments next week oml ami iinulliy will lie rlslit. us luive your orders now for these goods. miip our trull in direct so YOU uet t'resh here. SPECIAL -FOR TONIGHT New Potatoes, 8 Ibs. for 25c. Waihington .Rsd Raspberriet, what we have left, 2 baikett for All other fruits on hand tonight in n riKluclion. THE GOOD CO. Pho.el271 WEATHER 64 47. 47 40 .14 I ill) .10 I 82 7S S4 Flowers' PMfi Plants, Vegetables Frache Bros. Stofe Ride Three men. P. Serena, J. Coulon and T. H. Bam were arreiiei! by the Jimmied Police for stealing a ride on the C.P.R. They were offered the option of a fine or fifteen days in jail. All went in. LECTURE AT THE Coaldale Schoolhoiise Tuesday Evening July 13th AT. B. Mitford SUBJECT "For King and Country" ADMISSION 25c Lethbridge, clear Lsthbrldgtr clear Calgary, clear Medicine Hat. clear Macleod. clear.. Red Deer, cloudy.. Furemost, clear Saskatoon...... Moose Jaw. cloudy j Winnipeg, cloudy.. Port Arthur, fair The weather over the prairie prov- jinces has been mostly cloudy, with heavy rains in parts of Alberta and Saskatchewan, and liglit rains in parts of -Manitoba, I Forecast All fair today, and on Sunday, with showers or thunder- storms m many localities. .10 54 .01 APPOINTED AND DISTRICT Inspector W. J. Chancy of the R.NVtt'.M.P. at Regina has been appointed to fill the va- cancy at Lethbridge caused by the' transferrence of Inspector Lindsay "to Red Deer. Inspect- Chaney will leave Regina for Lethbridge on 'Monday. German Note is Insolent, Evasive Chicago, .-.I Col.-Stewarf'at Valcartier l.ieut.-Col. Stewart is now with his 'brigade or artii'ierv at Valcartier jeainp, in the province of Quebec. Will Answer Questions T! At the evening's service tomorrow Vjin Wesley Church, the Rev. Mr. Cob-j bledlck will answer the nlany ciues-f tions he has received regarding the I proposed liquor act. CROQUET SETS At Greatly Reduced Prices 4 Ball-set 0'Ball set 5 Ball JUST A FEW LEFT AT THESE.PRICES The Red Cross Drag 6 Book Co., Limitd THE NYAL'QUALITY STORE Band Concert Sunday The City Band will play their sec- ond concert in Gait Gardens Sunday evening at weather .permitting. July Journal (Band members -will bear in mind the; says: "The German note just re-! rehearsal to foe held in band rooms wived in Washington is one of the j at -Sunday afternoon, most insolent and evasive messages j ever addressed br the government of> K- of Pt one great nation to that of another. I At the reeular meeting of Leth- It falls offer anv 'reparation "or Bridge Lodge No. 2, K of P., held in apoogv tor the tlline of Americans i Caste on July .the Jol- ol, the Lusitania or >ther vessels. were D' Clearlv the brand of j 'siateimanship' is in control. It re-1 c-c- L-j f ,'r i mains to be seen whether President man; prelate., A. Neidig: M. 01 AV., I Wilson can discover anv peaceful Collier; ;K. of R. and S. and 51. j thod of making such jingoes respect ot.T., A. Ritchie: It of E P.C., American rights." Bent; M. at A .F. .Galbrallh: I.U.; JG. Collier: O.G., A. Carlson. Prohibition Meeting On Wednesday evening, 14ih inst., a prohibition meeting will be held in Evans' hall, Hardieville, and will be! addressed br A. G. Virtue and Rev. A. I C. Bryan. The North bethbridge Un- ion choir ivill render a programme of! music. Questions are invited. MARKETS Tomorrow (Sunday) Evening at Principal Lloyd Head of the Anglican College, at Saskatoon, Pioneer .of Western Canada and one of the Leaders Responsible for the successful Li- quor Campaign in Saskatchewan, wilL -Ad- i'lress_a; Citizens' Meeting Majestic Theatre II you arc "Undecided" Attend this Meeting1 Antit-Prohibitiouists Specially Invited SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Alan., July op- ening and closing prices on the local grain exchanges today were: j Open Ciose i July............ 137% 134% Octooer 10316 July............ 59 59% October......... 42% Flax- July 151% October.......... 15814 156 Minneapolis Wheat 130V4 130 October.. 105% 103% Chicago Wheat jjuly.......... 112% 108% I September 104'i 102% I Winnipeg Grain Inspections j Winter wheat 3, S9, oats 15, barley 4, flax 4. World's shipment this week, IflT.OOO; correspondrag week last (year, j World's visible supply.this "week, year ago, LOCAL GRAIN per bus. The Anglican Sunday Schools of Taber, Lethbridge, Macleod, and Pincher Creek are "picnicking" at Beauti- fui Brocket on WEDNESDAY, JULY 14th, and invite you to join them...There will be lots of room on the Special train which leaves Lelh bridge at a.m., for BROCKET Every accommodation will be provided to make the day's outing an enjoyable one.. .Tickets sell for S1.25 (5 cents extra for war Children's tickets 65c., and may be obtained from the t Allin's, The .Standard Bank, or any member of the Committee. .41 1.21 .51 HAY 10.00 14.00 LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hogs, 18.50; cattle, ?6.00- Winnipeg: Hogs, J8.75: cattle, ?i.2o. Chicago: Hogs, {7.00-J7.M; cattle, 56.90-S10.30. LOCALJARKETS- PRICES. ..I 1.1 1 Track price for wheat 1.19i j per bus. Flax, per bus... Barley, per bus. BUYING PRICE FOR No. 1 timothy, baled, ton.. No. 2 timothy, baled, ton.. No. 1 orairie, baled, ton 11.00 No. i: prairie, baled, ton 9.00 i BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES i lOc. to 12V4c.' per lb. I Lettuce, IBc. to 20c. a doz. hunches. i Onions, green, 15c. to "Oc. a dox. 1 bunches. Potatoes. Alberta, HOC. to 75c. a bus. i Radishes, 15c. to _'0c. a doz. bunch- ]es. j New potatoes, per lb.. 4 cents. i Green peas, per lb., 7 cents. Head lettuce, doz, SO to i New carrots, doz. bunches, 30 cents 1 New beets; per doz. bunches, ,3pc. New turnips, per doz. bunches. 30c Livestock and Poultry Choice kitting steers, 6614 choice No. 1 cows, 6. Choice killing wethers, 6; choice killing ewes. Select, 150-2501bs., ._ _ cents: fowls, H-16; turkeys, 18-20, Live: Fowls, 10-12: turkeys, 1.V1C.. Eggs- -Strictly fresh, per doz., 17c Choice per lb., 18c. Truss Comfort Tou appreciate the ing appearance and correctly- tempered springs that charac- terize our EXCELSIOR-, "NON-SKID'' TRUSSES (Non-Absorbent) the kind that ;3o not ruse, that can ibe worn wijiJi as much com- fort when baUilng as when on the street, trusses that -will last a lifetime withv proper care, that are not affected by heat, cold or perspiration. That's the of a truss we offer you, and 'ive go further than guarantee them to satisfy Ou Also a.; full of- abdominal supporters, suspen- sories, body belts, shoulder braces, cratches and elastic hosiery .We have, separate room' for fitting and adjusting] Trusses and braces. J.D.HiginbothamSCo.ltl The Store ASK YOUR GROCER FOR "Crystal Brand? Creamery Butter The Best Fresh Butttr on the by CRYSTAL DAIRY Lethbridge Phone 1576 Notice to Taxpayers Taxpayers are urged to make payment 'of their taxes as soon as possible. Attention is directed to the liberal discounts given on mill rate taxea Recording: to schedule appended. discount expires July 31. DISCOUNTS ON ALL EXCEPT SPECIAL TAXES On Tnxes paid-before July 31st, a discount of On Taxes paid before Aug. loth, a discount of On Taxes paid before Aug. 31st, a discount of On Taxes paid before Sept. 15th, a discount of On Taxes paid before Sept. 30th, a discount of On Taxes paid before Oct 15th, a discount of On Taxes paid 'before Oct, 31st, a discount of On Taxes paid before Nov. loth, a discount of On Taxes paid before Nov. 30th, a discount of Any portion of taxes paid in any of the discount periods will receive the discount of that period. For example: If one-quarter taxes paid by July Slat, discount 13% K one-quarter taxes paid by Aug. Slat, discount 1C one-quarter taxes paid by Sept. 30, discount If one-quarter taxes paid by Oct. 31, dia-count W. D. L. HARDIB, No. Y, Mayor. Fullerton Admits 14 fortes Knew Nothing of Charges Winnipeg, July fourteen Conservative members of the Mani- toba Legislature who signed the pe- tition embodying what have come to be known as the Fullerton charges, had no first hand knowledge ol these charges. This .was admitted by C. P. Ful- terton, K.C., their counsel, at this afternoon's session of the commis- sion. We Load Carefully and Deliver Promptly All Orders, Large-or Small Gall on-us and select your material ber and Building Material, HarAwood ;Eloor- ino-. Door-and Window Screens. CITIZENS LUMBER GO., I'hohe 302.' 134 ICth Street STorth. Child Hurt in The lato I.iout. Guy Drummond, ot Montreal, left to charities. British Ministers Confer at London, July following i British statement was made public tonight: I Premier Asquith, Lord Grewe, lord president of the council Earl Kitch- ener, secretary of state for war, and Arthur J. Baltour, first lord of the admiralty, left England on .Monday A serious accident occurred on Thursday afternoon when the two- .yeac-old chiid of- Chas. Ramsay, 315 4th S'treet was in some way hit ii, the head and severely wound- ed. Fire Chief Hardy was notified and applied first "alii, afterwards taking the child to the hospital. Later was operated on by Dr. Roy, who found that the skull had been fractured. The little one is still in the hospital and in a serious con- dition. Mystery surrounds the man- ner In which the child received' the. injury one report is that she fell off a hayrack, while the parents de- clare'-thilt she was kicked on the head hy an Indian "pony which was in the vicinity. The mother of the child .first reported that she had found'her in the yard with a piece of iron sticking into her head. Chas. work gently on the bowels': bringing to the cheek a tinge I of good health Sold only 'hy .T.-D. JHIginbotham Co., Ltd., The.RexRll 'store, lOc, 25c., -anfl 50c boxes. Minister of Foreign Affairs Delcasse, Minister of War Millerand, Minister of Marine Augagneur and Albert Thomas, under secretary for war, anii General Joffre. Sir John French was also present at the conference. Premier Asquith and Earl Kitchener afterwards visited British general headquarters and returned to London last night. BANK CLERK ON TRIAL Former Claresnolm Farmer John Henry Wahamaker, a- Earrner residing south ol Upwell, dropped dead. He had been suffering rrpm_ heart' trouble for some time. Ho was seventy-six years born .in New Brunswick. He came west seven or eight years and settled at Claresholm. He "liter moved to the Bowell district. Lethbridge Vuicaniziilg, produce work in'auto tire repairing ol all kinds and guarantee their work. 13. Son', props., old Sport- ing .Goods. Stand, on 5th St. South, rearvlIcNalbb's Saddlery. Storage latteries 'recharged'- and repaired. Hail Insurance LOSSES PAID IN FULL IN CASH. PROMPT ADJUSTMENTS. EACH POLICY BACKED BY OVER ASSETS. SEE US, L.S. CRKerr Avenue Laeombe Accountant Charged Witb Thtft of (.5000 Calgary, .July Wilson, accountant in thp Union Bank ofv Canada, at Lacoinbe, was charfied in the police, court u-ifch the theft of 5SOOO from the Institution and re- I manded The charge was preferred by the Calgary man- ager. The accused, was recently transferred to the Calgary branch. IWCAMAOA isking hone made brefd. Do not eiperiaent, ii juil ugobd. E.WGILLETTCO.ITD TOSONTO, am. IMNNIPEO