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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up j LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor I 8nt hotel ID Uberta. j The Sweetest Flour You Know Is Taylor Maid ARRIVED TODAY I..1IW duaulitics u( Goosnbcmiw, lU-d mill Black Ourrnnls, bins, llo.val Anne und Sour ClierrlcB. Prices uiiil quality "re right. Cowberries, Inrge crates. B. C.'s. extra special Black Currants, large crates, B. C.'s cmte S3.76 while thev lust, per crate Small size, nor crate f Rod Currants, large dales II. C.'s. crate Sour Cherries. Finest WiutllillgloilB, 21 full DlntB. Bine Cherries, extra fine H.C.'s, :o crates.' Gross weight, 37-lbs.. pur cralc Royal Anne Cherriei, same size as the sour ones IVr basket............................. 70c per cnrto........................... Special on Sugar when ordered wltli a casn or more of Ib. tack, per sack...........'. Fresh Raspberries. Red and Black. Arriving evory day at noon at lowest market prices. Extra fine B. C. Celery to start coming in, in about a week. THE GOOD CO. Store HIGH.CLASS GROCERIES 525 R1IIOV0TE Calgary, July than 4000 soldiers who are in camp at the Sar-t cee reserve have petitioned the Al-j berla government to make some rangenient whereby they will not lose their votes oa the liquor act i election next week. As the camp j lus not been established three months ail soldiers, according .to the law, cau only vote in their home constituencies.' The military authori- ties are opposed to ibis and in any .rasp the men would not be able to afford the journey borne to vote, they arc therefore asking the gov- ernment--to establish a pJ.l at the camp. CITY AND DISTRICT Strawberry Social The minster, Sunday school will hold an ice cream and straw- berry social on the lawn ci J. B. 1516 4tli Ave. North on Thurs- day, July i.Hh. Death of Infant The death occurred in the city on Saturday oi Yicior .Morriss, the six months''old son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Morriss, S04 TWith Street B, North. The funeral was held yester- day afternoon from St. Patrick's church. FLOWERS, PLANTS- HOT HOUSE TOMATOES Frache Bros., Florists Funeral Flowers a Specialty HAIL Insurance If yon --want a Com- pany tkat makes Liberal Adjustments and Settlements _t_ Apply to H, Macbeth Agency 119 SHERLOCK BUILDING LETHBRIDGE. Excursion to Brocket Particulars will be found in our ad- vertising columns of an excursion to be to Brocket .-'2 Fort Arthur, cloudy 6- 56 .OG The weather over- iiie prairie pro- vinces on Sunday was mostly clear and fine; scattered rainfalls 011 Sat- urday. Forecist Western Provinces Fair and mod- erately warm today. Tuesday: Thun- derstormi in a few localities. -16 .10 41 4.S 4S 50 46 i CITY AND DISTRICT From Herald. Farm C.-31. McLennan of the Herald farm at Baley is a visitor in the city- The Herald farm crops are ab good as j any, he says. CROQUET SETS At Greatly Reduced Prices 4 Ball 8 Ball JUST A FEW LEFT AT THESE PRICES The Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited THE NYAL QUALITY STORE THE BULLETIN BOARD for Column should rsach thlc Office before 12 o'clock noon on tho day of publication Lethbridge Man Enlists Among the recruits for the Medi- cine Hat company oi' the filird Over-! seas Regiment, appears the name off George Filmer, niotorman, Lethbridge. Don't scold the child if she is cross, give her Resell Orderlies, as the trouble is probably with the bowels. Sold only by J..D. Higinibotham Co. The Reiatl Store, lOc, 25c, and oQc (boxes. I Hail Insurance 6% LOSSES PAID IN FULL IN CASH. PROMPT ADJUSTMENTS. EACH POLICY BACKED BY OVER ASSETS. SEE ITS. L.S. CRXerr -714 3rd Avenue South. Children's Shelter Crowded j The Police Commission at its iastj meeting, made jsrovision for addition-1 al aid for Miss Dainty, matron of the! local Children's Shelter. .Miss Dainty; has now five infants tinder ooe year, j and seventeen other children under; her care at the Shelter j "The Glorious Twelfth" Today is the "Glorious j in commemoration of the victory in the Battle ci the Boyne, and dear to the hearts of every loyal Orangeman.! Southern 'Alhorta Orangemen are' celebrating today at Okotoks and j !-Medicine Hat. Big celebrations and! demonstrations have been planned at: these places, and a number'oi local' orangemen are attending. MARKETS Close Winnipeg, Man., July The op- ening and closing prices on the local grain exchanges today were: Open July October i03Vi pats J.uly 55% October -15% Flax- July 150% October 156% Minneapolis Wheat July 130% October 103% Chicago Wheat 102 60 42% 151 -128% 102-% Genuine Thermos Battles The season is here for Picnic Parties, Motor .Outings, Fishing etc. On such oc- casions the "Thermo's" is not only a luxury, it is a necessity. We have them in all Pint and Quart bottles Pint and Quart Fillers Metal Lunch Boxes School Sets, (pints and qtl.) Auto Sets Carrying Cases {pis. and qts.) Thermocups (sets) Don't throw away.your "Ther- mos" cases'as: we have all the fittings for their repair. The Store Regular meeting of North Star Lodge, No.'4, in Masonic hall tonight at S o'clock. Visiting brethren cor- dially welcome. CITY AND DISTRICT Generous- rrank Eight hundred and seventy-two dol- lars was raised at Frank for the nui- chine gun, fund. Accepts Petition Harry Rose, well-known old-tiuier of the city, has accepted a position in H. A. McKillop's store. Rate Higher, Taxes Lower Taber's tax rate has been fixed at 42 mills. This year's rate ia an in- crease of 1U mills in the tax rate, but as the assessment generally was re- duced pretty nearly half, it will leave the taxes at about the same as last year, if not a little lower. Prohibition Rally Martin Woolf, Liberal M. P. P. for Caxdston, and Dr. Stanley, Con- servative M. P-. P. for High River, supporters o! the liquor act. will ad- dress a public meeting in the Majes- Theatre in the interests ot.prohi- bition on Wednesday evening next. Dr. Rivers will be the chairman (or the meeting. Child Loses Eyesight Blairmore Enterprise: A very sad accident occurred here on Friday ev- ening, wheii the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Chappel, jr., of Bellerne, had the misfortune to put a knife through the sight of one of her eyes. After Dr. Mackenzie had done all he could for the little sufferer, Mr. Chap- pell was advised to take the chi'id to an eye specialist at Calgary, for which place he left on Sunday morn- ing. Mr. Chappell telephoned his wife on Sunday evening that the child would probably lose.the sight of the eye.. July September Winnipeg Grain HAIL INSURANCE PROPER PROTECTION MEANS NO RISK OR WORRY ON YOUR PART A little judgment and foresight will save your annual revenue. We carry your risk at the-lowest possible, rates. nMth FULL StV. J many hi) PAYMENT OF CLARIS. her deraa. 4ines thar rity as find Img H tfV- -WRITE OR PRONE- R. V. GIBBONS CO. PHONE 1191 BALMORAL BLOCK liberate, every I OU By tt cays t Tvellttl michi Don't Yourself on Hail Insurance None But Best Companies Represented. ALSO LIVE STOCK INSURANCE. The Lethbridge-Weybun Realty Co. Ltd. 1M2 lit AVE. SOUTH LETHBRIDSE. Oats... Barley. Flax.. 110% 10314 76 20 1 1 :61 30 6 6 LOCALJARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES. Wheat, per bus....... 1.11 Tract price for wheat 1.193 Oaats, per b.us............. .41 Flax, per 1.21 Barley, per .51 BUYING PRICE FOR HAY No. 1 timothy, baled, ton.. 10.00 No. 2 timothy, baled, ton.. 14.00 No. 1 prairie, baled, ton......11.00 No. a prairie, baled, ton BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES .Asparagus, 10c. to per Jb. Lettuce, IDC. to 20c, a. doz. bunches. Onions, green, lac. to 20c. a doz. bunches. .Potatoes, Alberta, to 7-ic. a bua. Radishes, to liOc. a doz. bunch- es. New potatoes, per Ib., 4 cents. Green peas, per ib.. 7 cents. Head lettuce, per iiO to 60c, New carrots, doz. bunches, 30 cents. New beets, per doz. bunches. 30c. New turnips, per doz. bunches. 30c. Livestock and Poultry killing steera, choice cows, killing wethers, 6; choice killing evveE, I50-2601bi.f Broilers, 45-55 {cents; fowls, j4-1.6: turkeys, 18-20. Live: Fowls, 10-12; turkeys, 15-16. fresh, per doz, 17c. dtiry, per Ib., 18c. COALDALE Coal dale, .1 ul y 12 W, Reed and wife, pi Hartford City, Ind., are visiting at the home of Fred Norton. !Mr. and Mrs. Reed are en route to thejcoast where they will take in the exhibition. Mr. and Mrs, .-John Cassidy of Chin spent Sunday with Sir-, and Mrs. Al- fred Haley. Mrs. T. ,B. Brown has returned borne alter visiting-at Portland ancl Spokane. Mrs. T. B. Dunham spent'last week visiting friends 'and relatives in Lethbridge. W. B. Mitford. formerly minister here, will give a lecture in the school house under the auspices cf the La- dies' Aid. Mr. Shrumm and son took in the Crow's Nest excursion last Thurs- day. A new clamp to hold a cover on a milk bottle also serves as-a handle to carry the hottlfi. A Dance Henderson Lake PAVILLION WEDNESDAY, JULY 14. Good Muiic and Good Admitilon 5c per couple per 8.30 to 11.30. Lelhhrldlt Vulcanizing specialists, produce work in auto tire repairing of kinds and guarantee their work. B. Chaplin It Son, props., old Sport: Ing Goods Stand, on 6th St. South, rear McNabb's Saddlery.. Storage imtterles and in Staff Two members of the city fire hall starTiiave resigned, and their places- will not he Oiled, Fire Chief Hardy believing that he can do without them by bringing one man over to ceritixlj from No. 2. The saving ef- fected in salaries, will lie to a cer- tain extent divided among tne other members of the staff. This .is the important feature of a report sub- mitted to the commissioners at their regular meeting this morning, and adopted by them. The chief also is rr-arranging the rotation oi leave to make it more satisfactory for the men. IN THE CilY In this Column Will be Published Every Monday Church Announce-" ments for the Comina Week. Notices for This Column Should Reach this office not later than 10 a.m. Monday. Announcement! of Enter- talnmonti for which Admiiilon i> Charged will not, of count, be accept- ed for this .column. Dr. Galbraith a Member The election of members of the council M the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta has resulted as foKows: District No. John Park, Ed- monton. District -No. P. W. Crang, Edmonton South. District No. D. G. Duggan, Killam. District No. R. G. Brett, Banff District No. D. Sanaom, District NO. G. E. High River. District No. W. S. Galbraith, Lethbridgev At Knox The ladies of Kuox church have charge of the Red Cross sew- ins rooms on Monday afternoon. The Women's, Missionary society of the church will meet on Tuesday ev- ening at 8 o'clock in the school room of the church. There will be a meet- ing of the board of managers at tho same hour In the vestry. There will be no prayer meeting on Wednesday evening, owing to the meeting In the Majestic Theatre. At St. Andrew1! The Ladies' Aid of the church meet on Wednesday afternoon at 2.30 in the church. The Intermediate Christian-Endea- vor will meet on Friday evening at 7 o'clock. The main item on the pro- gramme is the election ot officers. .At Wesley The boys of the congregation are asked to. meet in the Y.M.C.A. tonight at S o'clock. A general meeting of the Wesley Tennis cl.ub is called for Tuesday ev- ening at 8 o'clock in.Wesley hall. There will be no' regular prayer meeting this week. The choir will meet for practice on Friday evening, as usual. Westminster The Epworth- league' ot Westmin- ster church will meet-tonight at S .o'clock. The temperance workers of the north side wi'il meet in Westminster church oa Tuesday The Ladies' Jild will meet on Wed- nesday afternoon st 3 o clock in the church On Thursday evening there will be 'an ice cream and strawbern social j given on the lawn at the home of J. iB Gras 151t> Fourth avenue north 1 At e'-s; The regular meeting'will I be held as, usual m the pastors rooms in the Victoria Mansions The Junior Young People will meet on Frldas elening at 7 o clock .At Owing to the pluiic at Brocket on Wednesday, the regular service of intercession will be bold oa Friday evening. Cyprian's On Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock, Rev Canon IteMillen will he at the Parish room to distribute, tickets for he picnic to Brocket on Wednesday .0 scholars of the Sunday school, all of whom must get their tickets at that time. Parents are reminded that it will be necessary for them to pro- vide supper-baskets for the grand combined supper at Brocket. Bas- kets, containing enough food for the family, should be taken to St. Angus- tin's Parish hall on Tuesday evening. There will be no service of inter" cession on Wednesday, owing to the picnic to Brocket; neither will-there be any teacher's meeting tbis week. Census of Firearms It being essential that a knowledge of what firearms and ammunition arc in the city, would all parties oblige by notifying either of thomein-.-, bets of "this committee in charge >arly as possible A. H. McKeown, immigration hall, chairman. K. D. Johnson, Jlolsons Bank J, W. Bart- lolt, Scott Fruit Co.; J. A. land olBce L. .L. Asquith, 719 3rd Street; F. S. Kilmer, 14th John Skelton, chief of police; "i Oliver, Alberta Loan Co., secretary. j Files on D. R. Williams, of Taber, yisiteV' the city today. to file on a pre-cmp- tinn thrown open just cast of Taher. Although Mr. Wil- liams-believes farm'ing is the1 best oc- cupation yet. Not Able..to Play Owing to several of the menibers of the band having to the absent from the city on Sunday, -the. band was not able to give their advertised concert on Sunday evening.' Chased by Cops Detective Kane and Constable Wigg of the City police had an ex- citing and- dangerous chase Friday night after two supposed Indians While proceeding down Fojirtb street near Fifth avenue, they saw in the dusky light two ragged' forms acting in a, peculiar manner. From their dress they imagined them to.be In- diana, and from their actions imagin ed them to be drunk. .Immediate chase was given and when the fugi- tives fwnd that they would be cap- tured they commenced to squeal. The police thought that this was a pecul- iar noise for Indians, and surmised that they were Germans, remembering that they are said to squeal like pigs when chased by Canadians. Accord- ingly they prepared for a fight, and redoubled their speed. After a Jong, haYd chase of nearly a block the fugitives were captured, and upon the gruff demand as to who they were, began to weep in a feintnine manner. This so astounded the burly cops that: they apologetically begged pardon and withdrew forthwith. The ladles, in masquerade gathered up their blankets and disappeared: -The police from a clue dropped by one ot the masqueraders have ascertained tlliir Identity. CRYSTAL BRAND Made by The Crystal Dairy Co. Limitecl, LETHBRIDGB PHONE 1576. FOR RENT One of the Finest Appointed and Molt Modern Garages Located in Wettern Canada, at 'a very low and-raeney-maklng figure 'A .RELIABLE PARTY making a lease For One or More Years Will derive the fulls benefit of an excellent, firtt.djii eltablithed AGENCY, STORAGE, TRANSIENT AND REPAIR BUSINESS Current Storage. .Fees almost EqualRent Active Automobile OPPORTUNITY AT ONCE For Full Information Apply to GARAGE, P. 0. BOX 519, CALGARY ;