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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up ,1 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD I Hotel Windsor BwtJI.ZS aty hotel inNterta i_ A fine assortment of Fruits and Vegetables this Let us supply your wants and give you Complete Satisfaction .SPBEHRIBS-U. C.'s. -S for .........25c CAUUFLOWKK-Local, extra fine stock- KBD KASPBBKRIBS- HED (if wl Pfr basket........... C.'s. per 'Imskt't (it basket.................. BLACK grown. SQI larse .....150 size, (If any ...........15c any per ....v.15c quare .has- liou-'ds net wciijht: per basket----65c srown, square bas- kets. 4 pounds nei weight, each .........50c (The Ked Currants HIT extra large fine ones.) Per tasket.................-----50c basket libl'E basket PEACH basket BLUEBERRIES, from KENORA, ONTARIO, to itsrt coming In shortly. the best at the lowsst market price. Per head GREEN grown, in tho Per pound...............................5c XHW and B. C.; per pound..4c C.; 2 pounds for NEW for NEW 'bundles, for........... GREEN tounches for HOT .HOUSE for SWISS BRICK pound VEAL pound NEW LAID dozen........... EST CREAMERY made, per pound ...250 ....Bo ....Be ....5c ...25c ...25c ...25c fresh ...Sue Place orders now and get Office: THE GOOD CO. Phouel271------------------------- 525 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES FLOWERS, PLANTS- HOT HOUSE TOMATOES Frache Bros., Florists Lethbridje Vulcanizing specialists, iirooucc work in auto tire repairing all kinds sad -uaraiuee tiieir B Chaplin i props.. Sport- in' Qoocis Stand, on 3th St South, rear McXabb's Saddlery. Storage jatteries recharged and repaired. i THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES i Winnipeg, Man., July 22.-Opemng i and closing prices on the gram ichanges today were i j July iOct....................... July I.ethbridge, clear hldmoiiton: rain 5-1 .1-1 fair 75 55 Resina, clear ..................SO Si Kamloops 92 JG Calgary, clear SO 52 .16 .Maclcoii, clear SO -IS .Medicine Hat. fair 90 62 .04 Prince Albert, clear 78 5-1 Port "Arthur, clear 6S 50 .14 The weather over the prairie prov- inces has been clear and warm. FORECAST and warm today; Friday a few local showers, hut partly lair and warm i today aad on Kriiiay. Open 1.35? 1.03} 1.01 BIRTH SSI 43" I July 22nd, to Mr. and Mrs. Win. Russ, a daughter. Expresses Thanks Those Who Helped Julv Oct'. MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT 1.50-} 1.4S 1.51 The prohibition committee have is- sued the following statement follow- ing yesterday's election __ To the men and women and boys and elrCs whose untiring: efforts brought victory to cause yesterday w CHICAGO WHEAT LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL" GRAIN PRICES prohibition whest >e desire, on our Qata Track price for wheat Barley 1.311 1.15 ......46 1.2C .....51 HAY 10.00 14.00 11.00 9.00 cause vestuLuaj own behalf and. on .hehalt 01 the citi- zens of this city, to express our heartfelt appreciation and gratitude. To tte inside outside scrutin- eers whose vigilance is largely sponsiblf (or our success here to the automobile owners whose cars were at our service and without whom we should have failed to the to the ladies who throughout tie sirl? who' sacrificed their leisure hours at clerical work in our com- mittee me hoys v.ho en- listed-in Hie fight and ought hard1 to the citizens who lurmshcd our committee rooms and our office !ur- niture to the painters wno furnished our signs to the men and boys who j distributed our literature; to the who made up our lists to the men who spoke in the COVIBUT and city to the ministers of the various churches to the Salvation Army band to the Miners' band to the hundred sbo gave ct their mon- ec to the merchants who displayed our bills: to those who penormed the thousand other tasks of the cam- all of you, we say from our hearts, We thank you. It Is onlv Jair-to you that, we in- form the public that all of this you Hid spormae to accept remuneration THE COMMITTEE. I Usejneut GROCERY HINTS fQR THE PHONE 1567 BUYING PRICE FOR No i timothy, baled, ton.. No. 2 timothy, baled, ton.. 1 prairie, baled, ton baled, ton 3UYINQ PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Asparagus, ICc. to Lettuce 15c- to 20c. a doz. bundles. Onions, trsun, lot to 20o. a doz. bunches. Potatoes, Alberta, 60c. to 7oc. a bus. Radishes, 15c. to 20c. a doz. bunch- potatoes, per lb.. cents. Green per lb., 3 cents Head lettuce, per doz.. 50 to doc. New doz. bunches, 25 cts. New beets, per doz. bunches, 25c. turnips, per doi- bunches. 2oc. Xev> potatoes; per cwt. S2.00-S2.25. Livestock and Poultry CBotts steers, 0 to Sic. Fat cows, o4 to tic. killing wethers, Gc. Sheep-Choice killing ewes 5Jc Select hogs, ISO to 250 !bs. Live 18c. per ft No. 1 fowl, 10 to I2c. Dressed 12 to 14c. Fresh gathered eggs -17c. per iJoi. No. 1 larmera1 dairy butter :20c. Avoid harsn for child: _.. POTATOES 12 pounds for 25c 20 pound sack of B. C. SUGAR and one pound of No. 1 Loose fcww 98 pound sack of Htt-NGARIAN PATENT JHjQUR and 1 pound JELLY POWDERS 4 packages for FRBSH EOQS Per dozen POTTED MEATS 4 for DREAMERY. BUTTER 2 pounds for DAIKi- BUTTER 1 Per pound......... DATES Per KttlNKLE CORN FLAKES; 3 for 20c 25c 20c 25c 55c 22c 10C 25c KELLOG'3 CORN FLAKES; n for..... ONIONS 7 pounds for -CORN, PEAS BKANS Per RASPBERRIES Per tin............. PEACHES 17p APRICOTS, per tin.. I I M SODAS; 2 pound pack-, asos; 2 for SU'NUGHT SOAP AND LIFE- BUOY-SOAP Cfl-, 11 bare for ROYAL CROWN SOAP AND WASHING PO-WDER 2 packages" for' OLD DUTCH CLEAN- SER; 3 for LUX .j packages for TETLMY'S TEA; _ regular 40c per pound; special per pound tin Supina Mercantile Co. 127 15th STREET NORTH. CITY ANP DISTRICT Rebekah Lodge The Dominion Rebekah Lodge, No. 41. will meet tonight in the J.O.O.F. Hall, at S p.m. Visiting Rebekahs are welcome. SALE OF Bathing Caps AND WaterWings THIS WEEK ONLY Bathing at the Lake is ven1 enjoyable and doubly so if you have a good Bathing Cap and a pair of Water Wings. Bathing Caps, reg 75c at....50c Water Wings, rtg 35o at----25c The Red Gross Drag Beok Co., Limited New High School Teacher At a meeting of the school manage-1 ment committee of the Lethbridge Board of Education, J. -D. Ferguson of the Camruse Normal school "was j appointed on the school staff hers, in the place.of Wm. Gray, who resigned recent'iy. Clean Slate Today All the laws well observed by ye citizens yesterday. This morning there was a clean slate at police court. The Drys say this is what will happen almost invariably after the Liquor Act comes into force. To Train in Medical Corps Mr. "W. Taylor Weaver of the Tay- lor Co., leaves for Calgary to- night -where he will take a medical training in one of the medical corps, and wfil shortly leave for the front i A Retraction In the storv of the voting in the Herald yesterday, it was inadvertent- ly mentioned that rigs and ances had been hired by both parties. This of course should have read "ut- ilized" by both parties, as hiring rigs Is a contravention of the election act. 'Used Improper Scale Upon information laid by T. E. Kirkham, assistant inspector of weights and measures, Yon Ying, an employee of Bing Wo, market gard- ner, was t yesterday morning: charged with using a 3veigbing machine which had not been duly inspected and stamped, according to the Weights and Measures Act. The case was tried in the police court before Mag- istrate JSton, ft. A, Smith prosecut- ing. The scales wliich the accused had used were produced. They were spring scales of the kind thai ambi: tious fishermen are wont to carry when they -are anxious to land a whopper, but are not allowed to be used even as household scales, much, less for selling merchandise. Taking into consideration the fact that It.was ignorance tbat induced You Ying to use this type of scale. His worship gave him a severe, warning, and fined him five dollars and costs. Majority Will be on 60 and 40 Basis Edmonton, Alta.v July ap- roximately 20 per cent, of'thi total i vote still-to be reported, Alberta has i gone dry by a majority of nearly j 000. Complete returns .will" not be i available until the', returning officers j throughout the province make their returns to the clerk of the eiecutive council, but it is doubfful if the pre- sent figures will he substantially al- tered by. the final count. The outlying districts not yet accounted for wil'i probably go wet, while missing polls in Central Alberta will likely show a dry majority about sufficient to off- set gains made by.the ivets in future returns. The total vote cast will amount to and figures today indicate that the vote is split on a basis of 60 and 40 per cent, in favor of prohibition. Thirteen of. the constituencies which comprise the province- went wet, the balance piling up varying majorities in favor of the Liquor Act. Calgary and Sdmonton ran a neck and in supporting the new legislation. Protect Your Little j Boy or Girl from the dangerous disease- carrying, death-dealing mosqui- to -by using Skceter Skoot Do you dress your little oaes in half boss or, short sleeves, or allow them to. run foarefoot? Do you realize that they are constantly in danger of contract- ing a aeriqus illness from the bites of theVgerirhcarrying mos- quito? Rexall Skeeter'Skoot is a pleasant smelling liquid -which will surely drive away every mosquito and relieve you or your children from the danger of infection from-this pest. Rub a little Skeeter Skoot on your children's. legs or arms when they go out to take a chance too costly. Sold only at The Rexill Store 25 and 50c The. ltd. Store Stockholm, July private message to the Stockholm ?i.dningen from Berlin says weariness is evident In Germany among the pop- ulation, and especially among the poorer classes. Dagenes Nyheitef comments on this message, saying that even it it is exaggerated, .one thing is certain: among the whole German population a longing, for peace is strongly felt. Home Guard Orders The Home Guard will parade for drill at 7.30 c.rn. on 23, at '.be R.N.W.M.P. drill ground. Drill will commence at-7.30 p.m. sharp. 'Men that are late, or do riot join on the first night will be put into separate souad until they-have caught up to the othera in drill It is im- portant that everybody who, intends joining, turn-out for the first drill. With the kind permission ot Supt. Pennefather, the Home Guard has been given the use, of the Barracks pasture for a drill ground. The Home Guard Is. therefore, requested to en- ter the drill ground by the gates, and not to climb fences.- The'fences around the drill ground have been damaged considerably in the past by different parties who have been given the privilege oJ using the grounds. JOHN SKBLTON, f. ComMndlng Officer. Notice! for Column ihould reach thlt Office before t2 o'clock noon on the day of publication The regular meeting of the Canad- ian Order of Foresters will bo held In the K. of P. hall at 3.30 this evening, July 22. Press Comments on Alberta Vote Prince Albert, Sask., July Herald says: "The prohibition ver- dict in Alberta indicates .unmistake- ably that public opinion' in western Canada favors a complete removal of the liquor traffic. It is somewhat striking thai in the newest part of tut- the sentiment in favor what is .generally regarded as a moral issue, should be so emphatic. It is a singular vindication of the fact that they have given a decision to economic problems. Money hereto- fore-spent in intoxicants is to be di- verted to the development of a rich country. It is a signal for similar action throughout Canada." Edmonton Journal Edmonton, Alta., July Ed- monton Journa'l, in commenting on the prohibition vote :'The people of Alberta have shown unmistakably what they think of the evils surrounding the liquor traffic. In their desire to curb this they were not disposed to pay much attention :o any objections, however valid, that were raised to the particular meas- ure submitted to them, Jn so far as ;he verdict shows a sentiment in fav- or of greater sobriety it is a matter for congratulation. Whether it re- sults in making Alberta more tem- perate.has yet to be shown." Edmonton Bulletin The Bulletin this morning., under the caption, "The Boy says: "Alberta voted yesterday to abol- ish the bar. The majority leaves no room for doubt, Question or argu- ments, -iuo ease for the bar was argued .before the court of public op- inion. Counsel for and against had every opportunity to.be heard. The verdict has been rendered. All parties concerned must abide by the judgment." Calgary Herald Calgary Herald says "The vote represents a sincere and deep-seated desire among tlie people for release from the evils of the liquor traffic. "Jt will he the duty of the govern- ment to carry out the will of the electors thoroughly. The ultimate ver- dict for or against prohibition in Western Canada will depend on its administration by the authorities. Those .who, like tlie Herald, have criticized the liquor act, while seek- ing a solution of the liquor evil, will support the government to the ut- most in a stringent enforcement o[ the law.as endorsed by yesterday's vote." EMPEROR OF AUSTRIA IS SERIOUSLY ILL Geneva, July health of Franz Joseph, the Austvian Emperor, is again causing grave anxiety, ac- cording to a dispatch received here. He is suffering from nervous excite- ment. BAKING DAY STEADIES We Load Carefully and Deliver Promptly All-Orders, Large or Small Call on us and select -your material in Lum- ber and Building Material, Hardwood Floor- ing, Dour and Window Screens. CITIZENS LUMBER CO., Phone 362. 134 18th Street North. Agricultural School and Demonstration Farm, Claresholm FRIDAY, AUGUST 6th, 1915. i Special train will leave Letlrbridge 9 am.; Macleod 10.05; arriving Claresholm 11.12. Returning, train will leave Claresholm 8 p.m. See Posters and Railway Agents for particulars respecting rates arid time schedule. Short addresses will 'be delivered during the course of the afternoon. Visitors will fee given an opportunity of inspecting the Agri- cultural School, Experimental Plots, the Live Stock, Farm Build- in the Agricultural Sehool immed- lately upon the arrival of the train. Lunch will also be served before the train leaves in the evening. Everybody and bring Your Frlsndi, J. D. 3MITH, Acting Superintendent Fairs New Officers of I.O.O.F. Lodges The three local I. 0. O..F. lodges held then annual election ot officers and installation last week. The names of those elected and installed arc as follows Lethbridge Lodge No. G., Bro Marlowe; V. G., Bro. Stand- ing R. S., Bro. Mathews War., Bro Ilitchell; Cond Bro Brodie O. G., Bro. Davies; J. G., Bro. Roesina R. S. N. G.., Bro. Theo- bold L. S. N. G., Bra. Niven R. S. V. G., Bro. Playle L. S. V...G., Bro Roseaorn P S S Bro Ham, L. S. S., Bro. Tustina Chap., Bro. Ritson 'Jr.. P. Bro. Watson. Vndiict No Bro I V. G Hro I awson R S Bio Uunlop I' S Hro Bradshaw War Bro. Kenneman Cond., Bro. Allan 0. G Bro White, I Bro John- son R. S. N. Bro'. McNabb L. S. Jf.'G., Hro. Dixon K, I. S., Bro. Gibson; L. S. S., Bro.. Van Horn Chap Bro Wilson J-- P G Bro Smith Jfizpah Lodge, No. N.G., .Bro. Davis: V.G., Bro. Mott: R.S., Bro. Field; -P.S-, Bro.. Carter; War., Bro. Graham; Bro: Burgman IG, Dro Henitt ESN G., Bro Tlrbert L S N G Bro Reid R.S.V.G., Bro. Burner; Bro. Liogan R8 Bro Biroidie LSS, Bro Brldrollip Chan, Bro Skinner, Jr. PG Bro Washington, DC, July The American consul at tabled the State department today that the Belgian consul had, left Warsaw, and the American consulate had taken charge of the affairs of both Belgium and Serbia there r in Fortren Berlin, Julj 22-Thf War Office announced that the Auatro Oermau forcer which are dnvinf at from the south had compelled the Russian forces to retreat in thejort- ress of Ivangorod, about miles southeast of the Polish capita! Tna fortress is now closely invested. NOTICE Tor pure unadulterated cream frw Irorn an} thickening wWftion one Cox's Dairy, whatsoever, phone CRYSTAL BRAND .GEN. VON SANDERS German commander unofficially re- ported recalled from Gallipoll., The Crystal Dairy Co. Limited, LETHBWD3E PHONE 1576. DON'T'FORGET TO ATTEND THE Garden Social AT 020 12th Street Konth IN AID OF Knox Church Tennis Club TONIGHT AT 8 O'CLOCK ;