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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta I New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD f Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel in Siberia s I MADAM: When (he grocer says it's iust as good as MADE he doubts your judgment Blueberries from Kenora, Ontario rS tornthe Next we.k we are informed win be the heaviest ami U ere' ore the best time to pat down. Today's price case................ -W-85 LOWEST MARKET PRICE CHARGED THE DAY WE SELL THEM A FEW SATURDAY SPECIALS: Ibs for...............25o C. fine, per lb....10c LOCAL per pound .........30 LAMBERT baskets, extra ALBERTA GROWN BLACK kets hold 4 Ibs net weight; each ........65o ALBERTA GROWN RED hold 4 Ibs net weight; each ............50c (These are exceptionally ilno currants.) ANOTHER SHIPMENT'OF WINDSOR CHERRIES In today; special per basket 45c; or per crate. THE GOODCO. Phonel271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Lethbridge, dear Edmonton, fair Saskatoon, cloudy Swift Current, cT.omly Kcgina, cloudy Kamloops FLOWERS. PLANTS- HOT HOUSE TOMATOES Frache Bros., Florists Funeral Flowers a Specialty VU Lethbridoe Vulcanizing specialists, produce work in auto tire repairing of all kinds and guarantee their work. F Chaplin it'Son, props., old Sport- ins; Goods Stand, on 5th St. South, rear McXahb's Saddlery. Storage mtevies recharged and repaired.- MARKETS Delivered Daily TERMS REASONABLE PHONE 701. .Jno. Brodie SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., .July anti dosing prices on changes today were Wheat- July Oct........................ Dec........................ Oats- July....................... Oct'. Oct......................... Flat- 'the Open 1.3S 1.061 1.075 1.071 1.07-j 4U! sffl WEATHER 50 58 6 .60 56 .32 Red Deer, dear 6-t -1 Calvary, clear Maeieoil, clear .Medicine Hat, cloudy I'rince Albert', iai'r Moose Jaw, rain Winnipeg, clear The weather over the prairie prov- inces has been cooler with a few scat- tered showers in Alberta and Sas- katchewan. FORECAST Manitoba Fair and comparatively cool today and on Sunday. Saskatchewan and Few lo- cal showers but mostly fair and com- paratively cool today and Sunday. 1.14 1.4SS- Oct WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat- No. CITY ANB DISTRICT Death of Mrs. Fox 59 i The death occurred in the city ycs- I terday of Alice Fox, ased 1.13t i wife of Peter Fox, 7th aveaue 1-46.V north. The funeral will take place I KQDAK CONFIRMED IN RANK EMBARGO COMES OFF AUGUST 2 Ottawa, July 23r The embargo j placed by the Canadian government, i Nor................... No! 2 Nor................-T. No. -3 Nor................... Oats- No. 2 C. W................. No. 3 C. Extra No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No. 3 No. -1 Keiected Feed Flax- No i N. W. C............ No. 2 C. IV................... 1.39', 1 uu Monday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock j from the 'residence and will proceed to St. Mary's church, where services i 3Bii will be conducted by the Rev. C. H. 't 1 Popham. Interment in the Anglican cemetery. 68 61 60 1.43 1.40 May Leave Canada Soon A letter received iu the city from j Lieut.-Col. Stewart at Valcartier Camp, states that 200 men went to England from his brigade at the same time -the draft was made from the 20th Battery. The Colonel says his entire brigade may be summoned to move at any time, now. Off to Valcartier Joseph bookkeeper at the A. Macdonald Co., leaves tonight for straw etc., coming from the Tjnitetlj States and which lias been in force; sc.75-J7.llO since October last will expire on PRICES YESTERDAY Kn_CT pfnorc j Valcartier, where he join the 2, in the case oi the following j" cattle, states Minnesota, North Dakota, S6.40-S10.35. South Dakota, Montana, Washington, j Oregon Idaho, Wyoming, Nebraska, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, California, Arizona, New Mfxico, Oklahoma and Texas. The embargo was imposed by the government at the outbreak oi foot and mouth disease in Michigan last October.. Qeadquarters' staff of the 7th Artil- i command of sheep, Co Bd, fs a of the Caledonian Football club, and has a host" of friends in the city. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN' PRICES Track price for wheat 1 Wheat Kidney Trouble? The material which the Kidneys are intended to remove from the blood, if allowed to accumulate in the system, poison the blood and thus produce deleterious effects. H from over-work, exposure to-cold, or some local kidneys become congested or inflamed and cannot perform their functions, the system becomes filled with uric poisons. Whenever a dull, heavy pain is felt over the region of the kidneys for any length of time, accompanied by a sallow complexion, loss of appetite, decrease of weight, and a puffy condition under the eves and in the ankles, a chronic inflammation of the kidneys must -be suspected, snd if not relieved promptly chrome Bright's Disease will certainly develop. Abbey's Effervescent Salt, sold everywhere at 25c and 60c which is a Diuretic as well as an Aperient, will carry out of the system the poisonous material which the kidneys cannot get rid of, and will relieve the congestion cf the kidneys. 4 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. 3 prairie, baled, ton...... 9.00 BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Asparagus, lOc. to per Ib. Lettuce, 15c. to 20c. a doz. hunches. D. Sold "by Higinbotham Co., Musiciar.2 Notice Musicians are hereby notified that the picnic, which was postponed from last Sunday, will be held tomorrow, July 25. All musicians are required to meet at the band room at 9 o'- clock in the morning sharp. Arrange- ments for transportation there and jack have been made, information 'phone Onions, green bunches. lac. to 20c. a doz. Potatoes, Alberta, 60c. to 75c. a bus. Radishes, loc. a doz. bunch- es. New potatoes, per Ib.. 4 cents. Green peas, per Ib., 3 cents. Head lettuce, per 50 to GOc. New .carrots, doz. bunches, 25 cts. Nev-- beets, per noz. bunches, 25c. New turnips, per bunches. 25c. New potatoes, per cwt. Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, 6 to 6Ac, Fat cows, 5i to 6C. killing wethers, 6c. killing ewes, Select hogs, ISO to 250 Ibs. Tic. Live ISc. per Ib.; No.- I 'iowl, 10 to l'2c. Dressed 13 to He. Fresh gathered eggs 17c.-per doz. No. 1 farmers' dairy butter 20c. For further Supina. FREE LECTURE Mr. R. B. HEWIT3pN will give a lecture at pffm. f Sunday July 25th, in the Majestic Theatre, on "Why I Became a Catholic" Under auiplcei Lethbridge Council Knighll of Columbia. Non-Catholics Welcome. Musicians may also bring their friends. Interesting Trip Macleod Spectator: A most interest- ing trip was made on Sunday last, when four Maeleod boys, H. L. Field, L. Hicks, H. McLaren and C. R. New- ton made the journey to Lethbridge in a 16-foot canvas canoe, on the Old Man River. The party started at five o'clock in the morning, and arrived in Lethbridge at six o'clock at night, but on the trip down they stopped for three hours during the middle of the day for refreshments. Two Children in Lethbridge Thursday's Winnipeg says'. Mrs Annie Home died yesterday at her residence, 336 Alfred avenue, af- ter a lingering illness. She is surviv- ed five daughters and two sons. The daughters are: Mrs. .1. H. Lud- lov; and Mrs. MeClurhin of Winnipeg; Mrs George Gray of Belfast, Ireland; Mrs Fred Ford of Lethbridge, and Miss Home of the Winnipeg schools teaching staff. The sons are: John, !0f the firm of Campbell, Wilson Home, Lethbridge, and James Horne oi Winnipeg. Mrs. Home-was 80 years of age, and came to Canada from r.e'ifaat, Ireland, about 24 years ago The funeral, which will he pri- vate, takes place tomorrow afternoon the family residence to bt. John's cemetery. will officiate. Rev. Mr. Ferguson CON- THE PINCHER CREEK VENT, ALBERTA. Beautifully situated among the foothills of the Roelry Moun- tains, is a boarding school for young ladies and iboys. The toys "are only kept until the age of twelve years. The course com- prises the usual branches of a thorough English and French education: Piano, Organ, Maa- dolln, Violin, Painting, Drawing, Stenography and Typewriter are taught. For further information address all inquiries to THE REV. MOTHER SUPERIOR. ON THE FARM ON EVERY FARM SHOULD BE A KODAK Recognizing the many uses and pleasures oE the Kodak on the Farm, the manufacturers have issued a very flue Booklet, called 'THE KODAK ON THE FARM1 and this we will he to mail "FREE-OF COST" on request. Or if you are in the city, call at our store and ask for one of these. The Red Cross Beck Co., Limited An Invitation To Bathe A look at our windows means an invitation to bathe (if such were necessary this weather.) SPONGES are the .burden of our song to- day and we have them at all 15 cents to We are featuring a special "Lamb's-Wool" at 35c (Exceptional Value) Sewell Camp, Man., July Among the officers or the 5th Artillery Brigade, who have been confirmed iu their rank, according to an announcement made today'by Col. H. K. Rut- tan, are tho following: Major A. Ripley; captain, F. H. Mew- bunt, and Lieut. R. P. Bav.'den, all of the 20th Battery. ES BREAK cook you are, unless you have used BANK DEPOSITS DROP Ottawa, July 23.-Quite tho most notable feature of the bank statement for June is Uie drop of in the notice deposits or saving bank accounts, compared with those of May of this year. At the end of last month they were, however, 000 higher' than at the same time a vear ago. Hankers regard the decline in the notice deposits as an indica- tion that the people of Canada are spending more money, a lot of which perhaps is going to pay for the sum- ncr vacation. ltd. The Store Montreal, Julv twelve mil fifteen hundred disorderlies, among them a great number of boys, "We won't have conscrip- tion by organized ine, hissing and stonn and egg-throw- inE, in breaking up a recruiting meet- ing at Paro La Fontaine tonight, when more than persons were gathered to hear Major Entile Rang- er, recently returned from the front, appeal for'recruits for the 60th Bat- talion, one of the newer units being orcanized under French-Canadian aus- pice's Major Ranger was not allowed to sneak, and wlien he tried to se- cure a few minutes' hearing, he and several officers from local battalions, with an escort from the 65th regi- ment and the band of the 60th Bat- talion, became a target for the stesss and eggs. Finally all leit the plat- form and the park, a path being forc- :d through one side of the audience. "MADE ItV CANADA" ___ .ow Soft COLLARS CleiU, Co.. Inc. Bit if I. SllM i f far 25 cento CITY AND DISTRICT Babies for Adoption The Children's Shelter has five bon- nie babies, (two to six months) .for adoption. Particulars may be had on application to Miss Grace .Dainty, matron, Third street 1331. Turks Repulsed London, July official announcement was made here to- day that the Turkish forces at the Dardanelles had made a new at- .tack on the Alliei, and had been repulsed. TO-DAY'S WAR SUMMARY London, July along the front in France was unimportant, ac- cording to the Paris statement from the War department. British Advance An unofficial statement issued in London tells of a British advance from Aden, which was recently men- aced by a force of Turks ana Arabs from Yemen, In southwest Arabia, compelling the British to -withdraw to Aden. v German Victory. Berlin, via London, July German army, .under General von Bue- ixjrman south, Phone iow. has defeated the Russians in battle- near Shavli, according to an have a good General Store Business for Sale In Coutts, Alberta Write or call on us for particulars British Canadian Trust Co. PHONE 1843 Conybeare Block Lethbridge, Alberta lr AM T------S------- A official statement issued today by the Old-Timer Passes Away otfice Macleod Spectator: Another Mac-. h fighting towards leod old-timer in the person of George Warsaw also have stormed the fort- Hogg passed away suddenly at his B d pllltusk, and residence on Twenty-fourth street on Monday last. The deceased, who was y years of age, was a native of Ca- lisle, came to Macleod about the year 1900, and has lived here contlnually ever since that time. For some time he has been in failing health, but able to get around, and lie was only taken ill a few hours before his death. Deceased leaves a wife and several children, for whom the great- est sympathy is felt.. The funeral took place from Christ Church yester- day afternoon, the. service-being con- ducted by the Rev. Watkins-Jones4 CRYSTAL BRAND Made by The Crystal Dairy Co. Limited, LETHBRIDGE PHONE 1576. have forced -a crossing of the Narew River, the statement adds. A trawler and a vessel believed to he the Russian steamer Rnmonia, of 3424 tons, have been torpedoed and sunlc by German submarines off the Orkenay Islands. Take Goritza Reports have reached Milan, Italy, that the Italians have taken Goritza, 22'miles northwest of Trieste. JOBLESS, HE KILLS TWO AND HIMSELF Detroit, Mich., July jr. Hall of Grand Rapids, while visit- Ing relatives here, today, shot and killed his wife and his 18-year-old itepson, and then ended his own life. A fainfry quarrel arose because the stepson had no employment. A lever operated machine to aid students to learn the multiplication table has been invented by a French teacher. Rexall Orderlies are a specific for the bowel troubles of ageing people. Sold only 'by 3. D. Higinhotham Co., Limited, The Rexail Store, lOc, 25c uud 50c PAY US A VISIT before purchasing material for that New. House, Floor or other repairs. All kinds of Building.Material. Our Specialties: Hardwood Flooring, Wagon Oak, Hebron iST. D. Pressed Brick, Screen Doors and Windows CITIZENS LUMBER CO., Phone 362. 134 Kith Street North. BATE A Public Debate will take place in the K. P.IIall, Sth .Street South, on Monday and Tuesday, July 26-27 Commencing each evening at 8 o'clock SUBJEGT FOE DEBAiTE: "THAT THE SOUL Of MAN HAS ETERNAL CONSCIOUS EXISTENCE FROM CREATION OF MAN." To be ifflrmed by Mr. John Rae (Believer) and dinled by Mr. Sidney T. Mayor Hardic will preside Speeches and Cross-examination A HBAHTY INVITATION IS EXTENDED TO ALL. SEATS FREE NO COLLECTION ;