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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD I Hotel Windsor f Best a day hotel in MbHlaj The Sweetest Flour You Know Is Taylor Maid ARRIVED TODAY of Gooseberries, Rod Mack Currants. Uins. Hoyal Anno nml Sour Cherries. Prices and quality lire right. Gooseberries. large "ales, U. C.'s, extra special while tlioy lasl, per crate Red Currants, large cralo.8 B. C.'s. per crate Bing Cherries, extra fine lU'.'s. 20 Ib. crates. Black Currants: large crates. U. C.'s crate Small size, per crate.................... Sour Cherries. Finest Washlngtons, 24 full pints. Gross weight; 37 Ibs.. nor crate Royai A.ine Cherries, snmo sizo as tlie sour ones _.__...................... roc per crate ordered with a case ot more of Ib. sack, per sack rtes. Red and Black. Arriving every day at'noon at lowest market prices. Extra line ".-coming in, in about a week. .'jELLO DEMONSTRATION AT GOOD CO. ALL THIS WEEK. Office: Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES SI WEATHER 77 64 74. Si FLOWERS, PLANTS- HOT HOUSE TOMATOES Frache Bros., Florists Funeral Flowers a Specialty lenders for Street Kail- war Men's Uniforms. Lethbridge, cloudy Edmonton, cloudy Calgary, cloudy Medicine Hat. cloudy. Macleod. cloudy Red Deer, cloudy Coronation, clear cloudy jForemost, cloudy.. I Prince Albert, cloudy Saskatoon, cloudy Swift Current, cloudy w'innlpeg. cloudy Port Arthur, clear Kainloops........... The weather over the prairie prov- inces has been mostly cloudy and warm. Forecast Western and east winds: somewhat cooler and showery. PURE, DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME. CRYSTAL DAIRY, Ltd. Phone 1576 L 0. 0. F. JOINT INSTALLATION THE OFFICERS OF LETH- NO. 2, VIA- LODGE NO. 53, AND IZPAH LODGE NO. 72 WILL BE INSTALLED IN THE 0.F. HALL TONIGHT All members are requested to be present 1 Visiting .Brethren Cordially Invited. Refreshments will be served. Sealed Tenders, addressed to City Clerk, and endorsed -Tender lor Street Railway Uni- forms" will be received up to noon TO Saturday. July 24th, 1915, for Twelve 113) Uniform Suits tor the Street Railway Wotormen. Specification's may be had at the office of the Commissioner of Public Utilities. -The lowest nor any tender not ne- cessarily accepted. ARTHUR REID. Commissioner of Public Utilities. No. A 44 42 47 61 50 4S 52 60 aO .OS .IS MISTOOK LIGHTED PIPE FOR DEER'S EYE CITY AND DISTRICT New Uniforms Commissioner Reid was authorized at Monday's meeting of the commis- sioners, to call for tenders tor the making of new uniforms for the street car men. Extend Privileges The City Commissioners en Mon-' dav decided to extend the privilege ot I free water and light to the detention camp, for a further period expiring; August 15. i Spoke at Taber Magistrate D. Elton addressed a I large mass meeting in the Rex theatre j at Taber on Sunday evening, in sup- port of the Liquor Act. The. meeting was held under the joint auspices Oi; the churches of the town. ,_ Attend Celebration i Fifty local Orangemen; aeconipan, j led by the fife and drum hand, par- 1000j PICNIC HELPS have many articles in our stock that will make your pic- nics and outings: more comfort- able, easier, and more pleasur- able. PAPER PLATES, dozen-----10c PAPER CUPS.. 5 for.........5c PAPER NAPKINS, dozen-----5c LUNCH BASKETS..15c to MOSQUITO LOTION, bot...25c The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited THE NYAL QUALITY STORE Vancouver. B.C., July has now transpired that Ihe -wounds of which Rev. H. P. Nixon was the vic- tim at Twin Arm last week were not caused by a percussion cap inadvert- ently placed in his pipe. How that story originated is not known, but SwSSSv ceived a charge of shot :r. face from a gun fired on the shore.' The ticipated in the big celebration Okotoks yesterday, where .over 1 were in attendance. There were four proincla poflce believe it was the Among the spea work of a who mistook .the George Hoadlej programme was carried out. A good pi-o'i-amme of sports was carried out. Among the speakers of tbe day, were work of o U..-.W-, lighted -tobacco in the pipe for a deer's eye. Practically the whole jaw was bloVn away, but he is in a fair way to recovery, a'ndlohn Herron ot Macleod. 'The local flute band's services were much appreciated. ______ HAIL INSURANCE At Cost You pay .assessment in Oc- tober without interest. 1914 assessment was only 6% :and ill losses paid. Write or phone for full mstlon. M. P. Co. PHONE 651. Lethbridje Alberta Block ARE AGAINST IT FATHER LACOMBE AND FATHER DOUCET' SPEAK OF THE LIQUOR ACT (From the Calgary Herald) Editor, The mission- aries of this province' have seen days ot proKibitibn here whea the law was disregarded by the people of the pro- Oct- vlnce, especially in Calgary, Qat ton and Macleod, where strong liquor was very easily obtained. Beer was not so plentiful, but whiskey was sold .by individuals in houses, also peiiled out in the lanes of Calgary and Edmonton. Proof of our asser- tions' may he obtained from our old friends the pioneer oldrtimers, many of whom are still in Calgary, Edmon- July ton and Macleod. Ocj In liacleod in prohibition times psople did not only get drunken illicit j. places, but citizens when in that state 's 't used their firearms in quarrels. These things were really seen .by us, things that-have not .happened since under the license law. to our knowledge. We therefore hope that our old friends will vote and against the proposed liquor act. We endorse and favor the present liquor license law, strictly looked af- Oats ter by the government; and find that the liquor would only take away the liberty of the. poor people and give the rich aii nc-csssaries. Two Old Missionaries of the Pro- yince Alberta, FATHER LACOMBE. FATHER DOITCBT. Midnapore. MARKETS Winnipeg, Man., July 13.-Opcning and closing cash prices on the gram exchanges today were as 1.361 1.02J- Genuine Thermos Bottles The season is here for' Picnic Parties, Motor Outings, Fishing Excursions, etcCv On such oc- casions the "Thermo's" is not only a luMury, it is a necessity. We have 'them" in all -forms- Pint and Quart bottles Pint and Quart Fillers Metal Lunch Boxes School Sets, (pints and qts.) Auto Sets Carrying Cases (pts. and qts.) Thermocups (sets) Don't throw away your "Ther- mos" cases as we have all the fittings for their repair. Store TO PLAY PART London, July 13.-Spcaking at- a luncheon given in his honor in the house of commons today. Sir Rob- ert Bbnlen, premier of Canada, al- luding to what had been said Canada's part in the wir, said there was no doubt in his own mind what that part would be. "I took the responsibility [our days before the actual declaration of war of sending the imperial government a message stating that if war should unhappily intervene they might be as- sured that Canada would regard the quarrel as her own ami do her part in maintaining the integrity of tile the Empire. are not a military nation. In Canada we are a peace- loving and peace-pursuing people with great tasks of development within our borders lying before us." Dealing wit'li the difficulties which confronted his government Sir Rob- ert said there were, plenty of men, but the country was unprepared tor war and it took time to build up the net-pssary organization and--secure stores aiid supplies. Sir Robert told his hearers tliab he brought them this message from the people or Gaaada "Thai in whatever is necessary to bring the war to an honorable and triumphant termination Canada is prepared to take her part. I am sure tbat this is true of every dominion of the empire." Adjourn Inquiry into Oil Companies Calgary, July Judge :arpenter, appointed a commissionei .0 investigate Alberta oil companies, opened the inquiry at the court house this morning, hut adjourned until Aug- ust IS, owing to the fact that details are lacking in the majority of com plaints made. During adjournment all cases complained of will be gone into and further details sought from complainants. 60 421 LOCAL JARKETS LOCAL "GRAIN PRICES Track price for wheat HAIL INSURANCE PROPER PROTECTION MEANS NO RISK OR WORRY ON YOUR PART A littte judgment and foresight will save your annual revenue. We oury your risk at the lonest possible rates witb FOLL PAYMENT OF CLAIMS. f ,-----WRITE'OR PRONE------ R. V. GIBBONS CO. PHONE 1191 BALMORAL BLOCK "CHICAGO" 1.39 102J 1.081 1.31 1.07J A Dance Henderson Lake PAVtLLION TOMORROW NIGHT Good Music and Good Floors. Admission 5c per couple -per 8.30-to 11.30. Ice Cream Strawberry Social on- Ihe Lawn of J. B. GRAY 1516 4th Avenue North. Thursday Evening AT 8 Good Programme If the is "wet the social be held fn West- minslci Church Of all the country In this broad Dominion of ours, none is so pretty as the Foothills of the Rocky M o u n 1 BEAT IT 10 BROCKET If you can! A day amid the beauties of the Foothill Country at Beautiful Brocket for return .for your- self and 60 Cents for the youngster. Come. I With the Special >Ex- ''cursfon run by the An- glican Sunday Schools of Taber, Macleod and Medicine Hat. A big leaves 9.30 a.m. THE BULLETIN BOARD Notlooi for thit Column should this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day cf publication All the members of. the Fiour and Cereal Workers'' Union are request- ed to meet in the Labor, Temple to- night, July la, at 8.00 p.m. prompt. Important business. 1.15 .46 1.86 .51 HAY 10.00 14.00 11.00 9.00 Flax........................... Barley BUYING PRICE FOR No. timothy, baled, ton.. No. 2 timothy, baled, ton.. No. 1 prairie, baled- ton No. 2 prairie, baled, ton BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES to per Ib. Lettuce, 15c. to.ZOC. a .doz. bunches. Onions, green, lac. to a doz. bunches, Potatoes Alberta, 60c. to i oc. a bus. Radishes, 15c. to 20c. a doz. bunch- New potatoes, per-lb.. 4 cents. Green peas, per ty., S cents. Head lettuce, per 607... BO to 60c. New carrots, Am. bunches, 25 cts. New beets, per doz. bunches, 25c. -Xew turnips, per bunches, 25c. -a-a i I New potatoes, per cwt. Livestock and Choice steers, 0 to Die. Fat cows, to, lie. killing .wethers, 6c. killing Sic. Select hogs, 150 to 250 -fts. 7Jc. Live 18c. per Ik 1 fowl, 10 to 12c fresh, per doz, 17c. Lethbndje Vulcanizing specialists, produce Work in auto tire repairing of all kinds and guarantee, their work B, Chaplin Son, props., old Sport- ing Goods Stand, on 5th St. South, rear McNatjb's Saddlery. Storage satteries reclijirged and repaired. BROKE EVEN Minneapolis, and drys broke even in the county op tion elections yesterday, Goodheau and Sherbairn counties-showing wet while Anoka and.Freeborn voted to abolish their-saloons. The voting yesterday completed vote in two score counties which mve voted as follows: Drys, 41 Wets, 8. CITY AND DISTRICT .Prohibition Meeting Tomorrow s.The, prohibition meeting which will be held ire the Majestic Theatre to- morrow evening will be addressed bj Martin Liberal member'for Cardston, and Dr. Stan 165 the Conservative member for High, e0 Dr. J. H. Rivers will be Chairman'of the meeting. Excursion to Brocket Tomorrow In our advertising columns will be found the "last call" for the excur sion to Brocket under the auspices of the Anglican Sunday schools of Taber, Lethbridge, Mac leod and Pincher Creek. The train leaves Lethbridge at the convenient hour of 9.30 a.m. A big.crowdvand an enjoyable ,.day is anticipated. Despondency and the "Blues" us jallv the result of constipation quick Iv sVccumn to Rexall Orderlies Sold only by J, -D. Higinbotham t Co Limited, The Rexall- Store 10c 2oc and sOc New Inspector Arrives Inspector J- w- Chaney arrived' this morning from Regiha, to lake up his new duties as inspector of "K" ,di vision of the R.N.W.'M.P., hero. has been stationed in Regina for the last six months, moving thence from Albert, where ho was station ed for six years. Although.a young man, Inspector Chaney has been In the service of the force for over .ten years. He lias never been stationed in Southern Alberta before, but was in the earH days stationed at Edmon ton Mrs Chaney and child vein ar rive from Heglua in the course oj a week. Church of Christ Hold Convention The seventh animal, convention ot the churches of. Christ for the prov- ince of Alberta in Calgary, July 3 10 and 11 The attendance was about fifty delegates being present Some prominent men weie there, notable among themvwas P. W. Burn- ham president of the American Christian Missionary Social} of Cin- cinnatai Ohio who gave an address on the "Men and Millions also one on Oui Plea and the World Crisis.''. Mr.-Burnham is one Of the able men of the United States. I N McCash president of the Spok- ane Bible College was also there, and gave a verj important address on Education Mr McOaSh was formerly president of the American Christian Missionary society of Cin- cinnati and is a man of large exper- ience in Christian work The Lethbridge church was repre- sented b> Rev A G and wife, Mrs Uunswortll Mrs Marshall and Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Farrow Trie Board of- Management, con- sists of nine men Three retire each year The term ol office of H W., Wood Geo W Fullerton and Q. S. Fan-on evmred this but Mr. Wood and Ml Falio v were re elected and Mr Swanson was elected instead of Mr lullerton Af B Rjan supermtndent of sions fOi Calgary it for the success ot the contention. The next coiuenuon will be held in Lethbridge in July, 1916 The convention officers for this year were H N Stephens of Vermilion presid- C Bilrgman Edmonton iirosident md C S Fa.rrov> was ap- pointed secretary Convent on offi- cers fo. -ox' yent are C S Farrow, president and H W Wood Ca.btairs, vice president Most of the delegates returned to their homes Mondaj all well pleased with the resnU of the convention Home' Guards Meet .Tonight A meeting of mteiested Arrives, at. Brocket at 11. Returning, leaves at 8 p.m. and "arrives Lethbridge at 10 p. m. No fatiguing railroad journey. A day of au- 'preme enjoyment for everybody. See you at the Depot, 9.15 tomor- row morning? RE! If you can get' your do _. at J a c k s'o n s Drug Store or Kenny Al- Alberta and pastor of the jhurcll, deserves much cred- Old-Timers to. Organize n meeting of the Old-Timers' asso- elation is 'caUml-for Thursday even- ing at 8.30, in'lhe Central school aud- itorium. The 'business will .be the election of officers arid the adoption, of a constitution.' Royal Arch Masons to Meet Sbekinah Chapter, No. 158, R.A.M., will convene in emergent convoca- tion in the'Masonic hall tomorrow ev- ening, at 8 o'clock. .MJM.M. degrees win be conferred. Visiting companions will he cordially welcom- ed. the Home Guard movement in called for tonight in the Board of Trade rooms on Gait Gardens, at. 8 o'clock; Everyone will be welcomed at thi meeting litU. KM RID ROSE i I ;