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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up 3 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windier j I MADAM: When the grocer says it's iust as good as TAYLOR MADE he doubts your judgment FLOWERS, PLANTS- HOT HOUSE. TOMATOES Frache Bros., Florists Funeral Flowers a Specialty Lethbridge produce work in auto tire repairing of all kinds and euarsntee their work. E Chaplin ft" Son, props., old Sport- ing Goods Stand, on oih St. South, rear McNabb's Saddlery, storage latteries recharged and repaired. PHEW July" Field customs collector at__JSicpv today presented the report of his the. German sub- marine attack on the dinard liner Orduna to the treasury department. --He. conferred with President Wilson -and Secretary .Lansing, ilalone said he did hot discuss the urduna with the President. Malorie's report included affidavits and statements hy officers, crejw and passengers of the which carried a score of Am- dctsiUsg-the -attack, which they say came without warning first by'a torpedo which missed the ship -by 10 feet and then by shells from deck gun of the" none -or which hit the Orduna. Investigation was made on the statement to the State Department by-William O. Thompson, of Chicago, 'for the industrial relations .commission, one of the Americans on the liner. Officials of the Treasury and State Departments- will decide -later if the report-shall be made pub- lic. 250 ITALIANS FOB, FRONT Montreal, Que., July answer to ftie. first call, to arms issued ten ago 'to Italians in Canada, 250 men the city, yeSterday, for New route 'to take part in tho MARKETS FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, .Man., July Openin and closing prices" on the grain ex- changes todaj' ivere Open Close Julv 1.37! 1.373- Oct 1.04s Julv 6M 62} oct: Julv 1.4S 1.45 Oct" 1.50 1.48 MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT Julv 1.37 1.37-i Oct" _ 1.05 1.07 CHICAGO WHEAT July i 1.09} 1.10J 1.05-i 1.06J LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Track price ior wheat 1.21J Wheat 1-15 Oats 46 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, ton 11.00 No. 2 prairie, baied, ton 9.00 BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Asparagus, lOc. to per lb. Lettuce, 15c. to 20c. a do 2. bunches. Onions, green, lac. to 20c. a doz. bunches. Potatoes, Alberta, GOc. to 75c. a bus. Radishes, 15c. to 20c. a doz. bunch- es.1" New potatoes, per lb.. 4 cents. Green poss, per lb., 3 cents. 'Head lettuce, per doz., 50 to 60c. New carrots, doz. bunches, 25 cts. New beets, per doz. bunches, 25c. New turnips, per doz. bunches, 25c. New potatoes, per cwt. Livestock and Poultry Choice steel's, G to 6ic. Fat cows, 5i to 6c. Sboice killing wethers, 6c. Choice killing ewfes, Select hogs, 150 to 250 fts. Live Springers. ISc. per ft.-' No. 1 fowl, 10 to 12ci Dressed Poultry Fowl, 12 to. 14c. oz. Fresh gathered eggs _17c. per d No." 1 farmers' dairy butter 20 0c. The seat ol a new bathtub chair remain level no matter in -what position the device is attached in- side or outside of a tub. Look Here For Prices! 49-Ib sack "OUR BEST' Flour and 2Olb sack of CO 9C SUGAR PURE 3 pounds.................50c o pounds................80c GRAPE Per package FRESH Apricots, per. 'box Plums, per box 50c 59c The Lethbridge Supply Co. NORTH MARKET. FIFTH AVENGE. FREE LECTURE Mr. R. B. HEWITSON will give a lecture at 'p.m. Sunday July 25th, in the Majestic Theatre, on "Why I Became a Catholic" auspices Lethbridge Council Knighii of Columbui. Non-Cithollci Welcome. A fine assortment of Fruits and Vegetables this week-end. Let us supply your wants and give you 'Complete Satisfaction RED C.'s, 2 for .........25o RED (It ally Per basket ....................'..........16c C.'s, large size, (If any per'basket .....................15c (if any per 'basket BLACK grown, tqunru bas- kets. 4 pounds net weight; per basket... .65c RED grown, square bas- kets, 4 pounds net w-elghl, each .........50c (The Red Currants are extra large fine ones.) basket .....................50c basket ....................50c BLUB Per basket .................60c PEACH basket............... .60c BLUEBERRIES, from KENORA, ONTARrO, to start coming In ahertly, the best at the lowest market price. Office: THE GOOD CO. PhQ.el271 HIGH-CLASS GROCEKIES 525 extra fine Per head ............'..'............v....10c GRBGN grown, in the, Per pound................................5c NBW and B. C.; par pound. .4e B. C.; 2 pounds for........250 bunches for .............5c NEW 'bunches tor.................5c GREEN ftunclies for .............5c HOT'HOUSE for..........25c SWISS BRICK pound ........25c VEAL pound ,..................25c NEW LAID dozen ..25c FINEST CREAMERY fresh made, per pound Place orders now and get WEATHER Letbbriclge, fair............. 74 50 Etimontoii, fair............... 50 Saskatoon, cloudy 7a 53 iloose Jaw, cloudy SS 56 Kamloops, clear............. S6 5S Red Deer, cloudy 76 52 .15 SO 51 Macleod, fair 89 57 Medicine cloudy SS 40 .28 Prince Albert, fair 6G 46 .06 Swift Current, cloudy -SO 36 Regimi, cloudy 86 63 Winnipeg, fair S-t 45 ,10 Port Arthur, cloudy...... 72 52 The weather in Saskatchewan and Alberta'has been fair and warm with showers in Manitoba. There have been heavy rains. Manitoba and Sas- few local showers but mostly fair and a little cooler today and on Saturday. fair and a little cooler today and on Saturday. BIRTH Mr. and Sirs. Ernest Craddock, on Sunhay, July 18th, a daughter. CITY AND DISTRICT Publlciti' Grassv Lake Gazette: The movies in the cities are advertising-pictures of the cyclone damage done at Grassy Late and Redcliffe.' Nine More Guests t Nine prisoners from Calgary came down on this afternoon's train, to the Provincial gaol here to put in, their time while waiting for their trials. First Drill The first drill of the Home Guards will bo held this evauing, oa the Mounted Police grounds, and Chief Skelton, commander-in-cnief, desires that as many as possible of those who have signed on, turn out. ._. Grassy Lake A Home Guard has been organized at .Grassy Lake, with .-W. Raisbeck temporary commanding officer, and Thomas Gwilliam, -who senred twen- ty-one years in the British army, as drill sergeant. Joins Medical Corps "W. Cleaver of'the Taylor Milling Co.'s staff left last night for Calgary, where'lie: will join a medical corps. He will train in Calgary fbr some time before leaving forjthe front. Benefit for Red Grots Fund A motor ride is being held on Mon- day evening, weather permitting, un- der the auspices of "the Women's branch of the Red Cross. The cars will leave Jackson's drug store at 7.30. Refreshments will be served at the Experimental Farm. Tickets for tbe ride are oa sale at Jackson's Drug store. Motor Squad W. J. Lloyd is the popular choice as commander of the Motor Cycle Squad, which will form the basis the flying squadron of. the Home Guard. Mr. .Lloyd has had a great deal of experience with motor cycles, and ia popular with all' the speed fiends, A bicycle brigade Is now be- ing organized for'the young men and boys of High school age. The com- mander has not yet been announced. _ Annual. Picnic The annual picnic of Trinity church Sunday school, Hardieville; was: held yesterday at. tbe River Bot- tom. The children and mothers were taken down in wagons, kindly lent by Robert Livingstone. After lunch, games of all descriptions were taken part in, and" prizes were given to the winners. The sun shone forth in ail its 'splendor the whole day: long, and at the close of the day the opinion of one and ail was that the outing bad been one of .the most delightful in the history of the Sunday school. Lectures Sunday A free lecture will be given by Mr. R. B. Hewitson in the Majestic The- atre, at 8.4o p.m., Sunday, on I Became a Catholic." Mr. Hewitson Is a'kinsman of the late Archbishop Benson of and also .of :he eminent novelist speaker, Mousignor Robert Hugh Benson. Mr. Hewitson is a graduate.of the Uni- versity of Londqn, is a man of'high educational attainments, and re- ported, lo be a very clever speaker. The lecture will given under the auspices of the: Lethbridge Council of the Knights of KODAK SUPPLIES Our stock of KODAK SUP- PLIES of.all kinds, as Films, Chemicals, Paper: and numer- ous accessories, is very com- plete at all times, and tbe Ama- teur Photographer will, here find just .what is wanted. TAKE A KODAK ON YOUR VACATION. WE HAVE ALL STYLES. The Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited A CORRECTION :Yon Ying, who was yester- day fined and costs at the police court for using an improper scale, is not the em- ployee of' .Bins Wo. as was reported. Blng Wo merely acted as interpreter, and was not in any ivay liable for the action of- tbe other and .in justice to Bing Wo, it uuist be said that he has an envi-. able reputation for honesty and is not inclined to use such devices as spring scales.