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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor tot a day hotel in Wfcrta A Freih Shipment of Our Special Blend Ceylon BING AND SOUR CH.RH.ES BLACK AND CURRANTS AND ON THE JOB. Plume 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCBRIES Store: Phwe 525 WEATHES Mtn 36 4S FLOWERS. PLANTS- HOT HOUSE TOMATOES Frache Bros., Florists Funeral Flowers a Specialty Lethbridge Vulcanizing specialists, produce work in auto tire repairing of all liinds and guarantee their work. E Chaplin Son. props., old Sport- ing Goods Stand, on 5th St. South, rear McNabb's Saddlery. Storage jatteries recharged and repaired. Lethbridge. cloudy Edmonton, cloudy Calgary, clear.. Medicine Hat Foremost....... Prince Albert, rain [Saskatoon, ruin Swift Current, fair I Regina, cloudy Winnipeg, cloudy Emerson........ i Port Arthur, cloudy Kamloops Penticton...... The weather over the prairie prov- jinces has been mostly cloudy, with heavy rains. Forecast with showers and local thunderstorms. 74 6S 63 64 CITY ANDDISTJRICT Old-Timers' Meeting of tie Old-Timers' asso- to be held in the Central Lieut. -Wallace Chambers of the 16th battalion, son of the late Sam- uel Chambers, of Kast Oxford town- Ship Oni., has been killed in action. hour and a half 15 men were I recruitcij ior the ti.frd infantry at I the Alexandra hoTJl this afternoon. lu The recruiting officer, Lieut. J. auditorium tonight. The elec- Cameron, oi "Medicine Hat, is re- r tiou QI- and tlie adoption of a cruitini; men as fast as he can Put j constitution is the business. them fnruueb. Hecruiting quarters; have been set up in the pool room 011 Y.M.C.A. Pool O.K. the hotel and met art swarming in to The eool in the Y.M.C.A., which be taken on the strength of the bjen out of commission for the regiment The men here will bemem-jpast few ,iays, has been repaired, and i bcrs of the Medicine Hat -company, agajn readv ror UEe. Charges Must Be Prepared V. G. R. V'ickers. manager of the Foreign department of the Dominion Express Co.. has isDiiei a. circular to agents, pointing o.ut that, according to Intimation he has had from the British railways, the latter will r.ot accept, after July I, on which charges have not been fully prepaid. This rule, as Mr.- Victors was informed, wasS made necessary by heavy depletion of staff, due to the tf railway Vacation Suggestions There are many items which will be needed while you are i-ivay. Lest you Toilet Articles, Face .Creams, Shaving Supplies, Stationery. Headache Cure, Antiseptic Solution, Fountain Pens, Post Cards, Drinking Cups, Cameras, Etc. Visit our store, and other needs will probably be suggest- ed by our complete stock. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., THE BULLETIN BOARD Notice! for thlt Column ihould reach thli Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication A regular Emoting ot Lethbridge Lodge, No. 39. A.K. A.-M., will be held tonight in the .Masonic Hall at p.m. Visitors cordially welcome. IITY AND DISTRICT Blairmore Man Wounded In tbc casualty lists issued last ighi, the name of Walter .lames owe "of'Blairmore appears as among hose slightly wounded. Wat Given Bail In the report in last night's Her Id of the trial of Oley J. Lee o oreiioBt, the charge of sedition ag inst whonr was dismissed, it was tated that Lee was ref.used bail. Lee given bail of last week, an out until the trial. bcrs 01 the Medicine Hat -company, agajn read, of the new battalion, the headquar- ters of which is at Arrange Second Tour of District i knottier excursion of business men for Street Kail-iinto the countryside will probably be auspices of way Men's Uniforms. arranged under the auspices of the 1arge number of railway employees board of trade shortly, as a result who bave joined the colors. Agents of the discussion at -the regular are requested to notify all luncheon of the council of the board Sealed Tenders, addressed to W. Steven, City Clerk, and endorsed "Tender for Street. Railway Imi- iorasB'' wiir be received up to noon DB Saturday. July 24th, 1915, for Twelve (12) Uniform Suits for the Street Railway Motormen. Specifications may be had at the otaceibf the Commissioner of Public Utilities. lowest nor any tender not ne- cessariiy accepted. i. ARTHUR P.EID. Commissioner of Public Utilities. No. A F VV. Dourncr, who so suc- ressf'ullv arranecd the last tour 01 the irrigated district, will be asked to take "charge of the arrangements for this trip, in the absence oi b. J Shenui-rd, chairman oi the enter- tainment "committee, who is unable to act at present-. This tour, lollow- a suggestion made hi- K. l. Brvmner, will probably be confined to "dry land districts, in order that a proper comparison might be made of what is being done "between dry land and irrigated farming, both of which have proved very successful this year. suipyers uuuc for Great Britain and.continental Eu- rope must be prepaid, in future for the reasons given. Voters' Lists are posted, and -we have a copy of the list for each' poll at the Prohibition Com- mittee Rooms that all shipments MARKETS Call In out whether youi- name and i on the list. Where To Vote THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., July and closing prices on the local gram exchange today were: Wheat- Open July......... October July October July October CTose 107 July October July.. 152' 156 Minneipolis Wheat "134H Chicago Wheat 115% September 151V- 155% 136 109 115 108H LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hogs: 18.40: cows, sheep. steers, Chicago: Hogs, cattle, 6.75-I10.30. LOCAL MARKETS PRICES 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 with FULL TAYJIBNTtOE CLAIMS. ------WRITE OR PR.ONE------ R. V. GIBBONS CO. frtlONE 1111 BALMORAL BLOCK 1.15 .'16 1. The Finishing Touch to a Close Shave Shaving Lotion Jt not only "helps allay the pain of the broken and slcin, which makes close shav- ing a dread to most, men, but acts, at the same time, as an" efficient, relief-giving lotion for unsightly skin'- eruptions, such as scratches, cuts, burns, insect bites, bruises, etc. Its 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. Reiall Sliaving Lotion leaves the'' skin in comfortable readi- ness for the next shave. Guaranteed to please or your money (back. Sold in 4-oz. and 8-oz. bottles, fitted with fancy sprinkler stop- per at 35c and 50c- J.OJpbothainJCo.UI. The CITY AND DISTRICT One Granted, Other Refused The application of Pabst for cense for the Castle Hotel was commended to the Board of Licens Commissioners winch met here th morning. The license will be- grante upon certain improvements bein Hade to the satisfaction of the spector. The license in respect the Arlington hotel 'was notrrecom mended, owing to the unaatisfactor situation regarding the ownership :he hotel. Transferred to Calgary Willis Harrison for the past tw ears a member ot the staff of th ocal -branch of the Bank of Nov cotia has been transferred to th lalgary branch of the bank an aft for his new post yesterday. Musicians' Picnic N. 'F. Suplna beha f ihe executive committee, that a rrangeraents for the .Musicians' pic Ic, to be held next Sunday, are com lete. The picnic held nea tie Power station, and all musician re required, to meet at the ban oohv fit 1 p.m. sharp. JQ.Cent Wool at Orillia Crillia- 'Packet: R. C. Harvey, th ironinent sheen rancher of Raymonc Jaims he took a thirty-seven-poun leece off one of his sheep. The writ- er happened to see Mr. John Hern yesterday paying forty cents a po.und or wool (the highest price In the memory of-most people now living, no and at that rate the fleece of air. Harvey's sheep would bring H4.80. 'Many elderly people have jeen fairly good cows sold at rather BAKING DAY STEADIES PUBLIC MARKET Ladies, don't miss it! 11 ounce cans; also MMI Saturday only, at KE ,TH You can Stuart's Talcum ige Cream, for 25c each, Thursday and S STALL ess. Do sheep pay this year? Well, rather. Absent Word Changes Meaning It has just been pointed out to the Herald that an crept into the letter from the citizens opposed to the Liquor Act, which appeared in Tues- day night's Herald. Olause 3 should lave read as follows: "3. Because the .disadvantages ab- ove enumerated will not he compen- sated for by any increase in temper- ance that will be brought about by the Act, as there is no limit imposed by its terms uDon the amount of liquor that can be brought into the province md as the tendency will be to bring in, -whether by express or freight, HAY 10.00 14.00 11.00 9.00 LOCAL GRAIN Track price tor wheat Wheat Oats Flax.................. Barley; BUYING PRICE FOR Xo. 1 timothy, baled, ton.. No. 2 timothy, baled, ton.. No. 1 prairie, baled, ton No. 2 prairie, baled, ton BUV.NO PRICES. R Asparagus, 10e.; to 1214c. per Ib Lettuce, 15c. to 20c. a doz. bunches. Onions, green, 15c. to 20c. a doz. bunches. Potatoes, Alberta, Hoc.-to .oc. a bus. Radishes.. 15c. to 20c. a doz. bunch- New potatoes, per It. cents. Green peas, per II.., 3 cents Head lettuce, ucr Am.., 10 60c. New carrots, doz. hunches, Zo cts. N'ew beets, per .doz. bunches, 2ac. turnips, per doz. Now potatoes, per cwt. 52.0042.35. Livestock and -Poultry Choice steers, C to BJc.' Fat cows, 5i to lie. gheep-Sboice killing wethers Cc. Sheep-Choice killing ewes, f.ic. Select hogs, 150 to 2SO Ibs. lie. Live ..18c. per Ib No I fowlr 10 to 12c. 12 to He. Fresh gattiored eggs 17c. per doz. No. 1 larmers' butter 20e. Prohibition Meetings Oa Sunday afternoon there will be prohibition'meeting in the Majestic Theatre, when'five minute speeches made by a dozen local business men. A rally will be held in the evening in Gait Gardens, at which the Salvation Army band will give a. concert. On ..Monday evening S. Bacon Hillocks, will liiuors of small bulk, the natural re- iult will be a -diminution in drink- of beer and bulky and lightly alcoholic liquors, and an increase in tie drinking of spirits which com- bine the greatest intoxicating powers with the smallest volume." In the letter as it appeared in the paper, the word "not" in the second Ine was.left out, and of course its bsence changed the meaning of the -lause. New Platform of Manitoba Tories Winnipeg, July eildotsa- tion of the principle o! compulsory voting and the affirmation by the gathering of the proposal that an au- ditor-general he appointed for Mani- toba were features of the night ses- sion of the provincial Conservative convention which now become planks of the party platform. Abolition ol the patronage system and amend- ments to the, controverted elections act to simplify and expedite the hear- in" of election protests, were also approved and put in-the platform on which the party will appeal to the when the provincial elections arc called. It was the plan of the convention that an.auditor-general be appointed by the legislature and he subject to dismissal only by a two- thirds vote of -the legislature. Delegates to the Conservative pro- vincial convention cheered this after- noon references by George H. Brad-, biirv, member tot parliament lot Selkirk to "the unconstitutional act of the'lieutenant This was in discussion of. a" resolution de- claring on behalf of the Conserva- tive-party its belief in the constitu- tional principles of British respon- siblS government and that such a system is fully responsible to puhlic opinion- "Tbere is no precedent in the his- torv of said Mr. Bjadbury, a lieutenant governor who so misused the powers given him as has been the case-in Manitoba. The con- stitution under which, the province was formed has been outrageii. the lieutenant governor to take advice ol his advisers and went jver their heads to the chief jus- .ice o! tile province he committed an unconstitutional act, GERMAN SPIES HELD IN LONDON London July alleged spies Og 13BCUU address a meeting in the_North Ward, and will conclude the campaign on Tuesday evening at a" meeting in the Majestic Theatre. The huge dam at" Bassano stood the test of the big floods remarkably well. Use Rexall Orderlies for Chronic Constipation; they are gentle in ac- tion, mild and natural. Sold only Ijy J. D. Iliginijotlmm Co., Limited The Hexall Store, 250 and 50c fc CRYSTAL-BRAND Made by The r6A .Crystal KING Dairy Co. Limited, PHQNE 1171. were arrested today, and willtbe tried by court martial on the charge of at tempting to communicate information about the British fleet aocoidins to an announcement made today by the British official press bureai Immanuel Baptist church Brant- ford, has extended a call to Rev David Alexander, 01 Or Ice Cream Strawberry Social on the Lawn of J. B. GRAY 151fi 4th Avenue North. TONIGHT AT 8 P. M, Good Programme If the weather is wet the social will be held in West- minster Church. Bank Clearings The bank clearings for.the week as presented at the Board_pf Jrade Inn- today ainst J36S.716 ast .year. ,ere as ag- lor the same week Lothhridge people, who bought the jlmple mixture of nHceime etc as Adler-1-Ka, 8 e surpnsed at the INSTANT effect of a SINGI B SPOONTUL Th s rem- edi is so complete a. cleanser that ii is used m appen- is Adlenka acts on BOT-H up- per and loxver liovvel and ONE SPOONFUL relieves almost ANY CASE'of constipation four or gassy ,tomach J ONE MINUTE after you take It rfie rumble and pass out I D Hiembotham Co., Ud., Hat Three Sons In Serv'ce Calgary Herald: The proudest Mor- mon in Canada is undoubtedly B Savage -Of Glenwood, ill the Mormon colony south of Maeleod, in Alberta This man has no less than three husky sons fighting Ior Britain on sea and and, iii Europe and Asia. R. O. is an under Officer of H.'-M.S. Kennet, stationed somewhere near Hongkong, China. He wrote'some time ago that his vessel had had a brush with the Germans, and added, "Don't worry, we'll see the Germans off all right." This is not this sailor's first experi- ence in naval warfare. He was in a scrap with the Arabs In the Persian Gulf some years ago. Harold Savage is but 19 years of age, and is a slok- the Lord Nelson, a battleship the North Sea. This. lad is a member of the Salvation Army, and writes his father, "I'm all dad; if-we are blown up, 1 go straight to glory." Edward was a. resident of OlenWood wnen war was declared, but being a reservist, it did not take him long to entrain for England where he joined the colors. He had hafl.military experience at W.oolwich and Alderehot, and was made on his return a driver in the Army Service dofpiT Robert Savage, the father of the boys, has been In Canada five years, during which time ho has con- ducted a store at Glenwood. He has been a leader in patriotic move- ments Inaugurated by the Mormon people, in Canada. Mrs. Savage also at Glenwood. WATERTON LAKES PARK HOTEL Rate! J2.25 per John Hatiard, Prop. This jblUj famous Pleasure and Health Resort ib now opeu for the 111-, season No expense has been spared to make things pleasant and comfol table for visitors Conic and Spend Your Vacation Here You will find it good for your nenes good for the childrea. Lots of ahaoY, ice cold spring water bracing mountain air, unsur- passed mountain accjierj, good camping grounds Pnecial Attention to Automobile Parties Hotel accommodation has been greatls Improved Good home "coked meals Dancing every eiening on oiten air platform. Divine Service every Sunday. Excellent Uoathig on the 12 miles of lake water Good lake and mountain stream, fishing Tents for hire at reasonable rates BOULTpN'S AUTO 1206. RATES TO AND FROM WATERTON LAKES ON APPLICATION. INFORMATION FREE. ;