Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
Arlington Hotel European, 50c up J LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Beit a day hotel in iiwfU J Very Nearly iOQ Cases all Kinds of Cherries At per 20 pound t-basket crate B. C.'S at lowest market price. lowest market price. Wax. all trosh 3 pounds', for BLACK CURKANTS-Grown in Alberta, m -4-lb, ORKB.N- HEAS-III the pod, special 4 Ins NEW pounds for grown, very Price, each COTTAGE in 2 poiimte for SWISS BRICK pound ........25c APRICOTS AND OTHER SEASONABLE GOODS JUST RECEDED. baskets. .Each.........................60c B. C.'s, larse size, ..........-15c B. C.'s small sizes 2 for .'................25c HOT HOUSE." Per FnESH 6 Ibs. for. .25c HOT fancy- Price each Office: Phoiel271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 525 _CUT FLOWERS, PLANTS- HOT HOUSE TOMATOES Frache Bros., Florists 'Funeral Flowers a Specialty VOTE "YES" ON JULY 21st THE VICTORY NOW DEPENDS ON YOU VOTE! VOTE! Don't be the chump who throws the election by staying at home. VOTE 1 VOTE If defeated now, you 'cannot vote again upon this issue for at least 3 years. VOTE EARLY or you may be crowd- ed out in the afternoon. VOTE! Ram or Shine. HELP get the vote out. DO YOUR BIT: Vote lor the Endangered Boy! Vote for the Women Who Suffer! Vote for the Drink-Cursed Home Vote for the Brother who is Down Vote for the Stainless Flag! VOTE! VOTE! Poll Closes (1) City 6 pan.; (2) Town and Country, 5 p.m. WEATHER Lethbridge, clbmly 68 4S .12 Edmonton, cloudy to 4b Medicine Hat Fat cows, 51 to 6C. killing Wethers, 6c. killing eKfi, 5Jc Select hogb, 150 to 250 Ibs. ijc. Liv.e I'otirtrs--rSpnrigcrs, I8c; per lb N'o. 1 fowl, 10 to 12C. Dressed ,12 to He. Fresh gathered eggs 17c. per doz. No.' 1 farmers' dairy, butta 20o, Winnipeg, Man., July 't- was officially announced to- day that the Manitoba legisia- ture has been dissolved. Noui- inations for the general prov- incial elections will take place Friday. July 30, and polling one week later, Friday, August 6. ITY AND DISTRICT Taber's Fair Taber wMl hold its lair on er 22 and 23. Prohibition Meeting Tomorrow There will be a prohibition meeting n the Majestic ..Theatre, tomorrow fternoon. Twelve local men vrll eliver five-ininute addresses. Former Resident of Macleod News has heen 'received that Gee luthbert, a brother of Mrs. Grandi on of .Madeod, who was -wounded in ction in France, died In a uiilii ospital on May 31. The deceased vho lived in Jlacleod for .three- years nlisted in the 5th Royal Highlander t jMontreal. Gait Mines Library The annual meeting of the Gal ilines Library, was held this week when the election of officers too as follows: John president; Geqrg Hargraves, secretary; Hugh -Mcllvena reasurer; James Mcllvena, librarian executive committee, John Larkc John Foster, Steve Job Uahulic, Pete Credico, Joe Petrunle. Leaves for Front W. F. rMartindale, a second-yea aw student in the offices of John stone Ritchie, left yesterday fo London, England, where he will e deavor to secure a commission i one of the regiments at the front. M Martindale has been a. resident Lethbridge since 1912, and has a w id circle oi friends. Not His Weeds H. Vfestbrook, who was recen iy summoned and fined for allowin weeds to grow, on lateral ditchc claims that a ialse impression is le with the public through the repo given to tne case in last, night's He aid "Mr Vvestbrook claims that t were on lateral, ditches on pr pertv that does, not belong to hin It is understood that he is' the case; PHONE 1576 Calgary Man to Speik Mr. Wray of Calsary will "peak at the morning spruce of the Pentecost al mission in Fifth, avenue church tomorrow. WHEN USING WILSON'S X FLY PADS Miners' Unipn Officers The full- list of officers elected the Union 574, Lethbridge, is as t Iowa: Frank Lamesteld, president, J. Pimm, vice-president; Robert Pe cock, secretary-treasurer; John Mars secretary; John Petrun conductor: pit committee No. 6, M0e Mverzak, Ch'as. Weoper, Chas. Cle mcnt; pit committee No. 3, Frank Muske, Matt. Logan, Si ike -HomoluB, checkweighman No. 6 mine. Robert Peacoclt, by acclamation; check- weighman No. 3 mine, Frank Blasko 72, Matt. 'Logan 62; Frank Blasco el- ected by majority of ten votes People's Forum Editor, Lethbridge Herald: your issue of yesterday 1 notice a letter signed "F. Lamesfeld, President .Local who. by the way, is a subject of Kaiser.Bi.l In refcreme to' him seeing, in the felegranv following my name, "sec- -eUry, Miners' as to how, .or why that is so. I offer no explana- tion or apologv Aa for putting our signature'to anj thing we come of a stock, that, having done so, stands or falls by a fact his brother German .baby-ktilers are BAKING DAY STEADIES PUBLIC 'MARKET I-lilies don't miss it! You can tony Stuart's Talcum 11 omlcf Massage-Cream, for 25c .Thursday and Saturday only, at -y or shells arc asking Hussiaii reservists reived Dominion novernment ceil- authority from the Czar to enlist m assembling" plant. __________CanadiRiiJorces.___: A Citizens' flfternoon IN THE Majestic Theatre The following Citizen-, of Lethbriclge, iqirc- sentin" the Professional, Business and Labor Interests, will give Eivc-Minulo Addresses: ARTHUR Commissioner. S. S. the Board oi Trade. W. International Brother- hood-Electrical Workers, and Past Pros. Lethf'Traclch Labor Council. B. i United Brotherhood of Carpenters Joiners and Past President Letlirmdgc Trades Labor Council. T. Tailor. W. S. Physician. LT. M. W: of A. W. A. Bro. of Firemen Engine-men and Legislative 4gcnt ior the Province. v .7. H. United Commercial Tra- vellers. A. E. DUN Barrister. W. B. "Agent. C. S. A. J. Managei-a'iid Tra-, others. Hear Prohibition discussed by citizens ABE CITIZENS, not stockholders in the Brcvcry; not shareholders in (lie s Hotel. North Lethbridge. nor yet present or hotel proprietors. These Men are Unprejudiced Citizens and speak for themselves, and for dozens of .their fellows in Lethbridge.