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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up J LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD I Hotel Windsor I Best t1.K a day hotel in Alberta I NOTICE The Lctlibritlgc Telegram has arranged special service for receiving the election re- sults this These Trill be posted up in the-office win- dov as they are received. MONTHLY MILK TEST Sanitary Inspector's Report for June, 1915 Butter- Sedi- I'at ment fnurnor ,.4.4 1 Epright 4.1 1 1 Chambers.......... 3.9 1 Butterwiek........ 3.S 1 Cox............... 3.11 1 Crystal 3-6 2 .Tones 3.6 1 Watson 3.5 1 3.5 1 N. 1 is the highest mark for Sediment. TURNER 4 WITCHELC 6th Ave. N., Lethbrldse. MARKETS FROM MONTREAL Steamer Aug. Grampian Aug. Aug. Pretorian Aug. Hesperian Aug.' Corsican Aug. Scandinavia Sept. Sept. at Havre, East and West- bound. FulUinformation from ar.y R. R. or or W. R ALLAN, Gen'l. Agent, 364 Main Street, Winnipeg._______________ To .....Upndon ..Liverpool ....London ...Glasgow ..Liverpool ...Glasgow .Liverpool London .Liverpoo WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg. Mnn.. July and closing prices on the local grain exchange today were: Open Close 135 October MSii 1035s Oats- July............ Vi October 42H 42 Flax- July 151 October 154 154 Minneapolis Whsat July............ 134K October......; 104 Vi Chicago Wheat July............. 10714 109'i ieptember 104% 105% LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hogs, cows steers, sheep, 56.75. Chicago: Hogs, cattle, LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Track price for wheat 1.21J Wheat I-'3 Oats ........................................46 Flax........................................ 1-26 rlejr ..............51 PRICE FOR HAY No. 1 timotny, baled, ton.. 10.00 No. 2 iimolhy, haled, ton.. 14.00 No. 1 prairie, baled, ton......11.00 No. .2 prairie, baled, ton 9.00- BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Asparagus, lOc. to per Ib. Lettuce, 15c. to 20c. a doz. bunches. Onions, green, loc. to 20c. a doz- bunches. Potatoes, Alberta, 60c. to 75e. a bus. Radishes, 15c. to 20c. ,a doz. hunch- es. New potatoes, per Ib.. 4 cents.' Green peas, per, Ib., 3 cents. Head lettuce, per doz., oj) to 60c. -New carrots, doz. bunches, 25 cts. New beets, per doz. bunches, 25c. N7ew turnips, per doz. bunches, 25c. New potatoes, per cwt. S3.00-S2.25. Livestock and Poultry '.Choice steers, 6 to (He. Fat cows, 5} to lie. killing wethers, 6c. killing ewes, 51c. Select hogs, 150 to. 250 IDS. 7Ac. Live 18c. per 11.; Ko. 1 fowl, 10 to 12c. Dressed 12 to I4c. -Presh gathered eggs 17c. per doz. No. 1 farmers' dairy Fresh Celery from Armstrong, B. C. Extra well bleached, nicely trimmed so, that practically every bit of It can be eaten. receiving shipments of by express four times a week direct from the srowor; Rei there are different kinds of Celery.from B. C., and this ic as good as, we can get. Prioti', 2 .pounds for in EXTRA SPECIAL ON SOUR CHERRIES WHILE PRESENT LOT LASTS. GROWN NEAR SPOKANE AND THE FINEST SOUR CHERRIES WE HAVE EVER HAD. Price per basket lied Raspberries are now at their best mid prices are right. We liave dally shipments of and Washington Raspberries urrlvlng at lowest inurkct price. Let us have your ordure NOW not be disappointed by waiting too long. are Tiernber, lOc B. and do Phoiel271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 525 FLOWERS, PLANTS- HOT HOUSE TOMATOES Frache Bros., Florists Funeral Flowers a Specialty WEATHER 76 47 -ethbridge, clear i. Edmonton, fair..... .afgary, clear...... .lediciue Hat. clear Deer, Jiicleod, clear...... Toronation, cloudy Batrlefoni, fair iiSKliatoon, clear..... Swift Current, clear .loose .Jaw, clear.. iRgina. clear...... Winnipeg, dear..... Port Arthur, clear The weather over the prairie prov- ides has beeu clear and warm. Forecast t west: Fine and warm today and Thursday. 7t; 77 74 42 47 56 50 ofl 46 45 50 5S ir: CLEARANCE SALE OF Bathing Caps AND WaterWings THIS WEEK ONLY Bathing at the Lake is very enjoyable and doubly so if you have a good Bathing Cap aud a pair ot Water Wings. Bathing Caps, reg 75o at 50c Water -Wings, reg 35c at....25c The Red Cross Drag Co., CITY AND DISTRICT Board of Trade Luncheon Regular meeting of the council of j J .he Board of Trade will be held at :he Lethbridge Hotel tomorro (Thursday) at 1S.30 p.m. Lethbridgc Vulcanizing specialists, produce work In auto tiro repairing of all kinds and guarantee their work. E. Chaplin Son, props., old Sport- ing Goods Stand, on 5th St. Soutli, rear McNabb's Saddlery. Storage latteries recharged and repaired. Frank Maxwell Here Frank A. Maxwell, who is now a resident of Seattle, is in the city, looking after his interests here. He is greatly pleased with the crop pros- pects. Gazetted a Lieutenant In the Militia Orders in the last is- sue of the Canada Gazette, the ap- pointment of Roy Workman Buchan- m as provisional lieutenant in the 25th is gazetted. Dun Man Here Roy Gill of Dun Co., Cal- gary', is relieving at the local office of the company, until a permanent iman is appointed to the position, madte vacant by V. Petrie, who en- iisted. The Fish You Missed When you-bring honie'the -tell-tale.cpat of vigor equal to any job'that.crops up, and the story of the big fish that got away, you recognize the annual vholiday as an institution that makes life more worth living. It certainly helps make for perfect health, but these outing trips increase the chance of accident. Among thoie-inauring in this Company during a period of 18 months recently ended, wpre 16 joung men and one young woman who passed the medical examination as being m perfect health------but not one of them lived out the 12 months. In the.face of evidence such as this, no man should take the risks incident to holidaying without the protection of adequate insurance The best protection you can have it to be found in a policy issued by the CANADA LIFE Wilson Stoith ASSURANCE COMPANY We will g aaly f how ?ou h w Life polidei eombiiw tbcolute protection prcfit tor' the Our booklet No. 283 Trill intereit TOO. Stampede at Vulcan Vulcan is to hold a stampede en August 11, when in prizes will be offered. The affair is promoted by the Agricultural Society and the Ath- letic association of that enterprising town. The programme is an exten- sive one, and ought to provide ex- citement for a big crowd. Chas. Kane .Improving Charles "Alfalfa" Kane, who met with a serious accident, on the Mac- leod road, near the traffic bridge, yes- terday afternoon, is out of danger, and is progressing favorably. He lias no bones broken, but received a se- vere shaking up. Further details of the accident make it; seem wonder- ful'that Kane wa's'not more seriously injured. Leases Laundry at Hat Medicine Hat The Medicine Hat Steam Laundry has been leased by the owners to -Mr. .Harry D. Far- row of Lethbridge, who for many 3'ears has been associated with his father in Lethbridge laundry. Mr. Farrow brings with him, therefore, a splendid experience in laundry management, whlfgi should ensure a fine standard of .work be- ing turned The local laundry is equipped from top to bottom, with the most modern .the type required. ASKS ICE; PLUNGE INTO HOT IS FATAL Toronto, Ont., July into a nail of boiling water when asking for a piece of ice outside a restaurant at Ifi2 pandas street, on Sunday afternoon, three-year-old Gar- net Earl Sheldon, -was fatally scalded. As a result, William Smith, a Greek employed in the restaurant, was" ar- rested yesterday, on a charge of manslaughter and remanded till Fri- day. The man shoved the door open to drive the lad away, and this caused the hoy to fall .into .the j pail. None of ttic men in the place bothered to take the child put, and lie was 'so terribly scalded that he died in'tbe hospital. Protect Your Little Boy or Girl from the da'ngerous disease- carrying, death-dealing mosqui- to "by using h -Skoot Do you d'ress-Jyour little ones 'in -JhalMibse tor-short sleeves, or ailoiy. them to run ibarefoot? Do.you "realize that they are constantly in danger of contract- sarious illness from the bites of the Kernvparrying mos- quito? RexalT-'Skeeter >Skoot is a pleasant-smelling liquid which will surely drive away every mosquito and relieve you or your children from the danger infection from this pest. a little Sk-eeter Skoot" on your children's or arms 'when they go out to take a chance without too costly. Sold only-at The Rexall Store 25 and 50c tit The Store Grain Brokers Reduce Commiss'n on Oats Shipments "The Commission men of tlic west have unanimously decided to reduce their commission charges on, tlie handling of oats from a cent a bush- el to five-eighths cents a bushel, reduction at from 7 to per car- load.'1 This was the information given to the Heratid this morning by R. A. Pike, Manager of the Calgary branch of the firm of Baird and Bot- lerell, grain commission merchants. Mr. Pik'e is on his annual trip through out the south, investigating crop con- ditions aud prospecting for business. So far he has done but little travel- ling in the rural'districts on-account of the wet weather but is is n ia.r position to make authoritative state- ments of the coming crop. "From what I have been able to he said, "the country directly si-r rounding Lethbridgel ist in the iicst shape of any territory of the similar size in Alberta. The crops in thi-j, district seem to be universally ex- cellent. East of Calgary there are reported to be some gond crops, but the district is not so large in area as the Lethbridge district. This dis- trict is-the only one which has not suffered from the excessive moisture and the cold weather. However up north if warm dry weather cotiies now it will not be too late. A cer- tain amount of the grain vill gratis number 2 or Speaking of the 'commission on oats being reduced, Mr. tMke said that the reason of the reduction that the commission men felt if they received 'the same commission for oats per car as -they did foe wheat they should be satisfied. The; commission on wheat is and has been one cent per bushel, hut as more oats can be loaded on a car before the capacity load is reached, it was decided that the rate on oats should he reduced making the commission per car the same as that Pike went to Foremost this afternoon. To Train in Calgary Instead of training in Medicine Hat was expected they recruits of the 'Hat company ;ot the 63rd Infantry, in which there'are 24 Lethbridge men, "will go to- the Sar- cee camp at Calgary, at once, to train there. Fruit 'Bulletin A Warning. If you have not se- cured your Raspberries, see your grocer at once. Niagara Peninsula grown Black Caps and Cuthlberts are at their beit. For canning they, can't be beat. Next week ends Raspberries. Black a lew left Change Intake System The present intake pump, and in- take system generally, at the river, is apparently in a very unsatisfactory condition. As a matter of fact the matter is a rather serious one, and Commissioners Reid and Grace nil! go to Redcliff on Saturday to m- apcct the system m operation there, which is claimed to be a satisfactory one. Plans for a intake system will he. prepared bj Commissioner Grace CE his return, and the changes will effected soon as possible. Constipated women find Rexall Or- derlies a gentle, natural laxative. Sold only by .1. D. Higinbolham Co., The Rexall lllc, 25c and BOc BUSINESS LOCALS A Dance will be held In Burgmann's Hall every Thursday night; dancing from 5 till 12; genls.50 cents; .ladies free. y> '186-1 BAKING DAY STEADIES PURE, RICH, DELICIOUS AND WHOLESOME. TO YOUR HOME. CRYSTAL DAIRY, Ltd. Phone 1576 Come to Mac's AND-GET YOUR GUNS, RE. VOLVERS OR RIFLES FIXED. Bicycle Repairers Our Prices In Bicycle and Goods Cannot Be Beat. INDIA'tf MOTORCYCLE AGENT D. E. MacDonald Phone 1032 5th. Street A CAMPAIGN FOR ECONOMY j Clothing Workers Have Ended Strike New York, July was made today by Jacob. Panken, attorney for the Amalgamated Cloth ing Workers Union of 'America: that the members of the union who went on strike last 'week returned to work today in; accord- ance with an agreement reached yes- terday with the manufacturers b} which an advance of from 12 to 15 per cent in wages was made. Destitute From Floods July night aggravated Canton, Ohio, heavy rains last the flood conditions on the. Scieoto Marsh to stich an extent that admass meeting of citizens was held today to plan of relief for the residents of the marsh, who are eith- er homeless or on the verge of star- vation, A delegation was appointed Arc you _exercising thrift? .A parliamentary committee has been organ- "'Britain 'to hold meetings" and otherwise urge repression' of extrava- "after, the..war. The-leaders of the Liberal, Unionist and Labor Parties shown above are joint presidents, and other prominent M. P.'s and LordB-are members. to go to Columbus today to take up the sitlation with Governor Willis There are persons who depend for onion growing industry of tfie marsh, who lost their crops and are destitute. NO SPORT IN AUSTRIA- HUNGARY THESE DAYS Advices received, from Austria-Hun- gary indicate that athletics and sports, are- at a standstill in those Rifle shooting and football, .played hy youtho, too young to bear arms, appear to be the only torms of competition indulged in bv those not serving at the front Racing, and athletics, fancy .and competitive skating, ski Ing, tennis and cj cling all have been dropoed Fencing and shooting have ceased to be sports, and are now regarded as serious busi- ness The latter has become ery popular, and :rifle- ranges >have sprung up everywhere "Even before the war the government began' to encourage in rifle shooting in the schools, and the War Office afforded special facilities in. this direction The fencing schools are still open, but the best instructors''have gone to the front although there-aie'plenty of pupils, chiefly younfe.mficen FIRST CANADIAN AVIATORS FOR THE FRONT Packet of WILSON'S FLY PADS Will Kill MbfJF THAN WORTH Of .STftKV f i AKHFR WOMEN WHO ARE ALWAYS TIRED Mar Find Help in too highly of your medicine. through neglect or overwork I get run down and my appe- tite it poor I hive thitweak, lan- guid, alwiyi tired feeling, I bot- imm'i Vegetable Compound, and it buUdi ne up, itores me to health again.' Itto truly a great bleif ing to Women, arid I cannot too highly of it. f take pftarare ID recom- mending it 'to Awns I, Swan Greek, Uichigan. Another Snffenr tlebron. Me. r" Before taking yoof remedial I wai all run. down, duoour- aged and had female weakneaa, I LyiUa E. Finkham'i Vegetable Com- pound and used the Sanative and find today that I am an anbrely new woman, ready and willing to ao my housework now, before taking your medicine it wa> a dread. I try to impreM upon the of all siita; women I meet benefits they derive from Mre. CHARLES ROWE, B. F. D., No. .I; Hebron, Maine. f If yna want write to E. Plnkhmm Med- icine Go, (confldentlai) Lyna, MOM. Tonrletter'WillMaamMd. rend aniwered ta itrkt i ;