Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
f New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor lest a day hotel lollterta I j The Sweetest Flour You Know Tayl Is or Maid A Fresh Shipment of Our Special Blend Ceylon Tea Received This is an ecxeptlonally flno flavored Tea unil. Is the kind wo liavo 'been soiling at 3 pounds for 51.10. bin owinii Ui Uic incrouoc In price in all kinds of Teas wo are compelled 10 advance .this to 40c pt-r pound stnilVht. and if .WP liad to buy it now we would have to got GOc a pound. Wo suaraiktoo satisfaction on this line. FRESH GOOSEBERRIES, BING AND SOUR CHERRIES, BLACK AND. RED CUnfmnTs AND LOGANBERRIES ARRIVING DAILY DIRECT FROM THE GROWERS. JELL-O DEMONSTRATION ALL THIS WEEK. DO NOT MISS THIS. -VIE HAVE AN 'EXPERT ON THE JOB. THE GOOD CO HIGH.CLASS CROCEiHES Pho.el271 525 WEATHER 48. SO .34 47 .12 46 .32 !S .X 50 .1- FLOWERS, PLANTS- HOT HOUSE TOMATOES Frache Bros., Florists Funeral a Specialty (T A Dance Henderson Lake PAVILLION TONIGHT Good Music and Good Floors. Admission 5c per couple per 8.30 to 11.30. CITY AND DISTRICT Washout at Okotoks Owing to the heavy trains in the vicinity ot Okotoks, a short piece oi the C P. R. tracks were washed out. The trains over this line were held up two and n half hours. The break has been repaired and the line is now clear. Lethbridge, clear Edmonton, rain Red Deer, cloudy Calgary, cloudy -Macieod. rain Medicine Hat..... Moose Winnipeg, cloudy 72 Kamloops............ 66 Coronation, cloudy Brooks, rain Prince Albert......... 50 The weather over the prairie prov- I inces has been mostly cloudy with j rain in parts of Alberta. FORECAST Western provinces j north and northeast winds compara-1 lively cool, numerous showers in the j southern districts. 54 .04 47 .15 CITY AND DISTRICT Prohibition Meeting A prohibition meeting will held tonight in Evans' hail, commencing 'at S o'clock and will be addressed by A Virtue and .Uev. A. C." Bryan. jA musicv.iI program will be rendered ty the North Lethbridge Union choir (Questions, verbal or written, are in- vited. Lived Here Years Ago Harry G. Xivln. who died at Ed- monton recently, was a resident of Lethbridge in the early days. He was employed with T. Botterell, who con- ducted the first hardware store here. PICNIC HELPS We have many articles in our stock that will make your pic- nk-s and outings more comfort- able, easier, and more pleasur- able. PAPER PLATES, dozen___ipc PAPER CUPS. 5 for.........5c PAPER NAPKINS, dozen___5c LUNCH BASKETS..15c to MOSQUITO hot...25c The Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited Lethbridge Vulcanizing specialists, -produce work in auto tire repairing all kinds, and guarantee their1 work. E. Chaplin Son, props., old Sport- ing Goods Stand, on 5th St. South, Tear McNaiib's Saddlery. Storage ,iatteries recharged and repaired. Farmers Picnic Thursday The special train that will curry nmiiy farmers ou the Crows' Nest branch of the C. P. R. east of here, (he city on Thursday for the big j Madeod Picnic to Brocket Today Approximately 500 people left this morning ca the special train, whicb 1_. is carrying the picnickers of the An- j glican churches of Taber, Macieod and Pincher Creek to Brock-' et, for a day's outing in the foot- bills of the Rockies. This number included those from Taber, the train being made up there. Corresponding- ly large numbers are expected from a ad Pincher, so when the picnic planned at the Experimenta Farm, will Hat at 7 a.m., and will -arrive here at 11.00. The train will depart at 16.10 and will arrive at Medicine Hat" at 20.iiO. The fare for the round trip is excep- tionally low, and many farmers wiT no doubt aval port unity to farm. themselves of the op- visit the "Interesting Voters' Lists are posted, and we have a copy-of the list for each poll at the Prohibition Com- mittee Rooms Call In and find out whether your name is on the list. and Where To Vote train pulls into Brocket, it will loaded to its capacity.. be To Complete Surveys Together with ten men, members of two survey parties of the C. P. R. natural resources department, H. B. Muckieston, divisional engineer "of the same department, came to fbej city -Monday night from Ca'igary, The survey parties are going to com- plete the survey of the Taber irriga- tion district tract and Sir. Muckle- ston, accompanied by Mr, HickSj of the local department, went out this j morning by auto to look over the I ground. MARKETS Winnipeg, Man., July The .open- ing and closing prices on the grain exchange today tvere: Wheat: July 136% October 105 Oats: July epU October Flax: July 1S1 October 155 October puts. .calls 111. Minneapolis Wheat 132 October Chicago, .Wheat July ill September 105V Don't Yourself on Hail Insurance None But Best Companies Represented. ALSO LIVE STOCK INSURANCE. The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co. Ltd. 1262 lit AVE. SOUTH LETHBRIOGE. HAIL INSURANCE PROPER PROTECTION MEANS NO RISK OR WORRY ON YOUR PART A. little Judgment and foresight will save-your annual revenue. We oarry your riik at the lowest possible files with FULL PAYMENT OF CLAIMS. OR R. V. GIBBONS CO. PHONE 1191 BALMORAL BLOCK 138 107% 6055 43 136% 111% The Finishing Touch to a Close Shave Shaving Lotion It not only helps allay the pain of the broken and tender skin, which makes close shav- a dread to most men, but acts, ac the same time, as an efficient, relief-giving lotion for unsightly skin, -.eruptions, such as" scratches, 'cuts, burns, insect bites, bruises, etc. Us regular use helps to im- part that much desired clean- cut appearance which is such an important factor to the man who wishes to make a favorable impression. Rexall Shaving-tLoiJon leaves the skin in comfortable readi- ness for the next shave. Guaranteed to please or your money [back. Sold in -1-02. and S-oz. bottles, fitted with fancy sprinkler stop- per at 3oc and 50c. Store THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for thlt Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication An emergency meeting of th Knights of 'Columbus is called for to morrow night in the St. Patrick' parish hall. CITY .AND DISTRICT Band Concert Tomorrow The Pipers iiiiti Fife and Drum ban give their nostuonel band con cert on the Gait Gardens tomorrow evening. Masons to Meet Tonight Shekinah, No. 15S, R. A. M. wll meet tonight in the Jlasonic hall S o'clock. ami ClLE. degree will be conferred. Visiting brethrei cordially welcomed. No Ship Carpenters Needed Ward, has been received from Messrs. 'Barnes and Weyndham, Brit sk labor' men who are gathering ikiiied laborers for the munitioi plants of Britain, that no more -ship carpenters will be required. Fruit" at Raymond Raymond Leader: President H. S Alien is justly proud of the fact tha. he has ripe cherries growing in his :arden. D. A. Bennett informs :hat lie has phi ins that will mature and apples and crabs are to be fpum almost anywhere in the south now Small fruits are yielding heavy this vear. Don't worry, friend, we'll pro dnce fruit in commercial tmantities yet. .LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Caigary: Hogs ?8.1'5, Cattle ?fi.OO- Montreal, Hogs Cattle, 59.00; Chicago, Hogs, Cat- tle ?6.75, LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Track price for wheat 1.21-J Wheat 1.15 Oats........................................4fi Flax.................................... 1.26 Barley .51 BUYING PRICE FOR HAY No. 1 timothy, baled, ton.. 10.00 No. 2 timothy, baled, ton.. ..14.00 No. 1 prairie, baled, Ion......11.00 No. 2 prairie, baled, ton...... 0.00 BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Asparagus, lOc. to per ib. Lettuce, 15c. to 2Gc. a doz. bunches. Onions, green, 15c. to a doz. bunches. Potatoes, Alberta, GOc. to 75c. a bus. Radishes, 15c. to 2Gc. a doz. bunch- es. New potatoes, per ib.. -I cents. Green peas, per Ib., 3 cents. Head iettuce, per doz.. 50 t.o GOc. New doz. hunches, 25 cts. Mew beets, per doz. bunches, 2nc. New turnips, per don. bunches, 25c. New potatoes', per cwt. Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, fi to file. Fat cows, SJL.tp fie. killing wethers, 6c. killing ewes, hdgs, 150 to 250 Ibs. 7Jc. Live 18o. per No. I fowl, 10 to 12c. Dressed 12 to He. Fresh gathered eggs 17c. per doz, No. 1 farmers' dairy butter 20c- Dr. Keillor Going ..to Front Fo.ur Edmonton physicians are ex- pected to leave that city this week for England to join the British array medical corps by which they have been accepted for active-service eith- sr at the base hospitals in England or Prance. The physicians are Dr. W. D. Ferris, Dr. W. A. Proud.'Dr. E. Sheffield and Dr. F. A. Keillor. Dr. Keillc-r formeriy practised at Ray- mond and Stirling. Fruit Bulletin Every housewife can put down a good supply of Cuth'oert Raspber- ries. The very best all Niagara Peninsula grown. -Black Currants are also now at their best for can- ning. Montmorency Cherries-com- ing fast. Have your'grocer order at once. Prohibition Add Tonight Dr. Stanley, M. for High River, and one of the most forceful ot the Conservative members, and 'Martjji Woolf, M.-P.P., for Cardstpu, who fc a "stalwart" in the L-iberal wiil address a public meeting in- the Majestic Theatre tonight at 8 o'clock the prohibition" question. -Mr. Woolf is expected Ho enlighten, his audience 'dry" belt in the province. to conditions in the the Southern 'part of OJ.Lee Dismissed on Sedition Charge Olev J, Lee, charged with making seditious- utterances, was dismissed by Judge Jackson at the district court this afternoon. The charge of sedition was preferred against him on the information of John Piper, a neighboring farmer. The preliminary learing was held before Geo. Hoer, usticc of the peace at Foremost, two weeks ago, anil bail being refused the irisoner, he has been -awaiting, trial n the police barracks. The. case has aroused tremendous ntetest among the farmers of the district and feeling; was di- vided between the supporters of Lee and of the complainant. The concen- sus of opinion was evidently in fav- or of the prisoner, as he brought in a petition largely signed hy the i'ar- mers or his district, many of them British subjects. The judge in dismissing the case against Lee declared that it- appear- ed -that lie was as good a Hritish subject as one could desire and that his own evidence had been very sat- isfactory. This morning the witnesses of the crown were John P. John Piper and his two sons, .John Piper, jr., and Roht. Piper. Their evidence was to. the-effect that on many- occa- sions Lee had made utterances against the British and which they construed as being seditious. Lue in his evidence showed that he had not meant to make- any treasonable ut- terances and that he had not said anything which would indicate that he was unfriendly to He had on several occasions got into arguments with -Ilansen and Piper, but he denied having supported the cause of Germany. He told a titraigbt for ward intelligent story. In giving his judgment Mis Honor -took into consideration the fact that Lfle.. was not, a German and there Was IHI good reason suspect-htm of being oi German tendencies. Lee declared in his evidence "that he was of, Norwegian birth and came to the United States at the age of five years. He had been in Canada since IflHI. He, is well thought of in the Forehiost country and farmer and engineer. is a practical AUCTION SALE The well known Palace Livery will sell their entire-stock- ON JULY 29th, 1915 Anyone 'wishing to purcliue Horse, Harness or Buggy, we will sell by private sale up to date of Auction. M. L. Peck, Prop. Was a Native of. Lethbridge Victoria, B. C., W. A. Galliher has received word whicb onEirms the reports that have been urreut for. some time that his son Frank was killed in the assault by he Canadian troops at Festubert bout a month ago. One of Frank's omrades, who is now lying wo.untl- d at Shorncilffe, communicated with n officer on the continent, and from im learned the particulars of the oimg man's death. Corporal Galli- er and Corporal Oughton were lead- ng their platoon in an attack on the ortified German positions in an or- hard. Tliey gained the nurround- iig hedge, when' 6'ugiiton was wouncl- d and Gulliher and the others con- nned their charge against the house i the enclosure. At this point, the PUBLIC MARKET 'Ladies, don't, miss You canjbiiy Stuart's Talcum Powder, 11 ounce also Manage Cream, for 25c each, Thursday and Saturday only, at 1 K E IT H'S' STALL young Victorian fell. One oC the Canadians went up and spoke to him and receiving no looked closely 'and saw he was dead. The late Frank Galliher was born at Leth- bridge, Alta., twenty-two years ago. He was educated at Upper Canada college, subsequently coming to this city with his parents and entering the law office-ot Elliott, Macieod and Shandley. He was a splendid ath- lete, adept in numerous branches of sport. At Upper Canada college he won many trophies, particularly box- ing. He was also a fine cricket and football player. of-Trade Luncheon The regular Board of Trade lun- cheon will be held in the Lethbridge hotel tomorrow, Thursday at 12.30. Martin Woolf, M.P.P. Liberal Member for Cardston, and Dr. Stanley, M.P.P. Conservative Member for Higli Eiver, will address a HTOMEET1NG At 8 O'clock the MAJESTICTHEATRE The Proposed Liquor Act is Not a Party Move Hear it discussed by the above Leading Mem- bers of .Both Parties in our Provincial House. will preside. Mrs. Johnston will sing. A.pollection will be-takcn. Salvation Army Band will play.