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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta f New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best Sl.ffii day hotel in llberta 3 MADAM: When the grocer says it's just as good as TAYLOR MADE he doubts your judgment This Week's Preserving List Red Raspberries. Loganberries, Sour ClicrrieR, Red and Black Cur- rants (these lines almost over Blueberries and Apricots just 4 I a commencing'. EXTRA SPECIAL ON ENGLISH MORELLO SOUK 17 crutes sent to us on consignment It; pound crates. Special while they last, Per crnto BLVEKEIUIHSS KOR Today's price per case Royal, the finest preserving kind Today's price per pound 20c Price per cmte RASPBERRIES, LOGANBERRIES, RED AND BLACK CURRANTS AT LOWEST MARKET PRICE. AN EXCEPTIONALLY FINE LOT OF RED CURRANTS, THE EXTRA LARGE CHERRY CURRANTS, IN TODAY. ALSO CHOICF BLACK ONES. When selling a case of Fruit we sail one 20-pound sack Sugar for Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phtne 525 WEATHER 67 l.ethlniclge, clear clear 72 Saskatoon, clear 7 1 Retina, douiU" Red Doer, clear 73 Caltiarv, elea FLOWERS, HOT HOUSE TOMATOES Frache Bros., Florists Funeral Flowers i Specialty Get a Farm of Your Own TAKE 20 YEARS TO PAY If you wish. The Una will support you and pay for itseU. An immense area of the most fertile land in West- era Canada for sale at low prices and easy terms, ranging from to tor farm lands with ample irrigated lands from One-twentieth down, balance within 20 years. In irrigation districts. MARKETS MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., J'.ty and closing prices on the grain ex- clo'.uly Medicine Hat. fair Moos? fair fair Kamloops SS 67 The inces warm. FORECAST moderately warm. Saskatchewan ami j local showers, mil mosly fair, much change in temperature. eat her over the prairie prov- hecn mostly clear and and changes today Wheat- July Oct Julv Open Close 1.3'Ji l.Oii" 1.371 l.OSf CITY AND DISTBICT Oct...... Juh !n 0 1 for "farm buildings, etc., up to also repayable in twenty est only G per cent. Her? is your op- portunity to increase your farm hold- ings by getting adjoining land, or se- i cure your friends as neighbors. For literature and particulars apply to F. T. CAMERON, Gen'l Supt. of Lands Dept. of Natural Resources, C.P.R. CALGARY ALTA. OR WILSON SKEITH Sherlock Building Lethbridge HAIL INSURANCE YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO CARRY YOUR RISK Get in the Farmer's Mutual. We will accept your note at seven per cent., without inter- est, payable in October. YOU GET YOUR INSURANCE AT COST. M. P. .Johnston Co. Alberta Block. ICE Daily TERMS REASONABLE Jno. Brodie I C E Delivered Daily to all parts of the city We guarantee to satisfy you regarding your ice supply. RATES 10 [bs. per month K per month SO Ibs. daily... per month Western Transfer Co. Limited. PHONE 1163. Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone1386 ClMful and Pwnpt Sirvtw July Oct: July Sep't. 1.41 1.44 MIK.XEAPOLIS WHEAT 1.46 1.4G1 1.081 1.06J CHICAGO WHEAT 1.15J 1.11J 1.08} Preach Anniversary Sermons I Rev. David Ross is to conduct the s j anniversary services of Blairmore i Baptist church on Sunday, August S. 1.42} LOCAL MARKETS HAY .51 LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Track price for wheat Wheat.................. Oats Flax........................................ Barter BUYING PRICE FOR No. 1 timothy, ton No. timothy, baled, ion No, 1 prairie, baled, ton No. 2 prairie, baled, ton BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Lettuce, 15c. to 20c. a doz. bunches Onions, green, 15c. to 20c. a doz bunches. Radishes, 15c. to 20c. a doz. bunch es. Green peas, per lb., 3 cents. Head lettuce, per doz., 20to 30c. New carrots, doz. bunches, COc. New beets, per doz, bunches, 20c. New turnips, per doz. bunches, UQc New potatoes, per ton. Cauliflower, 75c. dozen. Cabage, 32.00 per cwt. Livestock and Poultry Choice 6 to 6 Ac. Fat cows, 5A to tic. billing wethers, 6c. killing eives, 5ic. Select hogs, 150 to 250 Ibs., 7c. Live 18c. per lb.; No. I fowl, 10 to I2c. Dressed 12 to lie Fresh gathered eggs 17c. per doz" No. 1 farmers' dairy butter 20c. Banker Transferred T. B. George, who for the past five years has been manager of the Blair- more branch of the Union Bank of Ca- nada, is being transferred to Airdrie. Kentishmen to Meet The monthly meeting of the Kent- ish association will be held tonight at S o'clock in St. Mary's hall. AH mem-! bers are requested to attend, as ar- rangements will be made for the an- nual picnic. Fishing Supplies To properly enjoy your Fish- ing Trip you require a proper outfit, consisting of a Good Rod, Line, an assortment of Fly Hooks aad Plain Hooks, Land- ing Net, Basket, etc. Our stock is complete and we can outfit you completely. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited l.OS j Religious Debate Starts Tonight .46 The debate on the "Conscious Ex- 1-2EJ isience of the Soul of Man" will start tonight in the K. of P. hall, and will continue tomorrow night. John Hae 12.00: take the affirmative of the res- 10.00 iolution that "The so.ul of man has 11.00 j conscious existence since the crea- 9-00 tion'of man." Sidney Batsford will discuss the negative side of the ques-j tion. Mayor Hardie is to act as chairman. A large number are in- terested in the.debate. SITTINGS IN THE WEST Ottawa, July Charles Dav- idson, of the war supplies commission who is coming west, will hold sittings in the following cities: "Winnipeg, Regina, Calgary and Vancouver, and any of which complaints e hp.an iisade, either as to .ent goods or esoritant prices, will be investigated. For Active Service Philip Galhraith, son of F. W. Gal- )raith, Red Deer, and well known iere, has joined the Alberta co.utin: gent of the 3rd University Overseas point- fy hantb" six more in PATHETIC SCENE IN GREAT CONTINUED PHOTOPLAY One of Many Tense Incident! Prize Screen Production. No more pathetic scene baa ever been screened than that of the meet- ing between "Esther" (Lottie Plek- and her gypsy sweetheart, "Ar- thur" (Irving hero and For Mermaid or Merman SPONGES LOOFAHS WASH CLOTHS BATH TOWELS BATH MITTS BATH MATS'l BATH SPRAYS. BATH BRUSHES RUBBER SPONGES (ALL sizes) BATHING CAPS (Plain and Fusty ones) WATER WINGS And all Bath Accessories.. J.D Jpbotliam Co. Ltd. The CITY AND DISTRICT Some Fine Peas TV. J, Perdue, Fourteenth avenue, brought some fine samples of garden peas into the Herald Saturday, which measured over 1 inches long. He has gathered 20 pounds of them off his vines already. Mr. Perdue has made a big success of his garden this year. tiniE PKKTMtO AHPJKVING CUflMMJs.lft MEWE Ff.w'T ROHAflTIC heroine of "The Diamond From the the Flying "A" continued photo- before the flight of the lat- :.er to Richmond to avoid arrest. Shortly before the meeting of the two lovers, "Esther" had rescued "Ar- .htir" from the river, where he had nearly drowned after being hurled with hie auto Into the water from a precipice. In Richmond, he tells her, will make a man of himself, and some day return and marry her. THE DIAMOND FROM Tl-fE SKY" will appear at the Empress, AugUai. 6th and 7th. THE. PINCHER CREEK CON- VENT, ALBERTA. Beautifully situated among Ihe foothills of the Rocky Moun- tains, is a boarding school for young ladies and iboyc. The boys are only kept until the age of twelve The course com- prises the usual branches of a thorough English and French education; Piano, Organ, Man- dolin, Violin, Painting, Drawing, Stenography and Typewriter are taught. For further information, address all inquiries to THE. REV. MOTHER SUPERIOR. V Good Record The Salvation Army band of Calgary No. 1 Corps is badly depleted .on ac- count of the number of its' members joining the Army. The and formerly consisted of 40 players, and up to the present, twenty members have re- sponded to the call of the Empire. point CITY AND DISTRICT Army Man Enlists Harold Holland, a member cf the Salvation Army band, has enlisted in the Medicine Hat company of (lie C3rd Infantry, and left lust night for -Medicine Hat. Before his departure he was given a hearty send off the members of the army. Royal Arch Masons to Meet Shekinah Chapter, No. 158, G.R.C., will meet in regular convocation on Wednesday night, in the Masonic hall. The R.A. degree will be con- ferred, and visiting companions will be heartily welcomed. To Make Improvements Considerable improvement and ne- cessary changes are to be effected at the public lavatories at Henderson Park, at ;i cust of ?300, according to plans prepared by the Public Works department of the city. The Daugh- ters of the Empire have taken this up with the Health Board and Public Works commissioner, and have agreed to donate S50 towards the cost, and to raise more funds. just how good a cook you arc, unless you have used For Patriotic Fund W. A. Buchanan, M.P., today for- warded a contribution of to the Patriotic Fund. It was made up as follows: Proceeds of dance at Terril's Lake.....'....... Proceeds of dance at New Day- ton 30.00 Proceeds of collection taken at New Dayton school...... 3.00 In this Column Will be Publish ed Every Monday Church Announce- ments for the Coming Week. Notices for Thli Column Should Reach this office not later than 10 a.m. Monday. of Enter- tainments for which Admission Is Charged will not, of courie, accept- ed for this column. Total and was forwarded by G. C. McDon- ald, secretary of the New Dayton the Patriotic fund. Milwaukee, July will be engaged in the European war with- in two months, fighting on the side of .be said Joseph Carson, Lon- don representative of the Allis-Chal- mers Company, who has just returned from London on business. "Holland is now buying munitions of war to ihe vulue of millions of dol- ars in the United States and other said Mr. Carson. "On my trip back to the United States I talk- ed with ibusiness men who gave me positive evidence that Holland would enter the war. Although a small country, Holland is wonderfully equip- ped, "It is my opinion that the Allies will win the war. People do not real- ize tho spirit of unity which pervades the ranks of the Allies. Contrary to opinion in the States, the war will go on at least two years more. England realises this and is bending.every en- ergy to cope with the situation by an absolute siege of all Germany." Passenger List for Board Trade Trip The following is the passenger list for the board of trade auto excur- sion to the Noble and Monarch dis- tricts on Wednesday nest, any others who may wish to accompany same please notify Fret! Downer not later than Tuesday noon O. II. Har- mon, W. J. Nelson, Mrs. W. J. Nel- son, J. M. Aitken, F. T. Robins, W. 0. King, Geo. Jones, W, Goodman, Goodman, P. Hedley, Mrs. Syd- ney Jackson, K. D. Johnston, Mrs. K. 13. Johnston, J. Hufner, Mrs. Knapman, Thos. Kennedy, Mrs. Tin- ning, Robt. Sage, G. F. Hletcher, T. Long, L. Keel, Mrs. Keel, E. A. Ew- art, M. K. Kaakc, Mrs. M. K. Mrs. Penny father, G. Mar- noch. H. Coultry, C. G. Grofi, Her- ald, Chief Skclton, Mrs. J. S. Smith, Mrs. Carberry, Miss Wilson, Mrs.. R. T. Hrymner, K. U. Hylands, Mrs, R. A, Wright, N. B. Good, M. Mosco- vich, Mrs. Moscovich, H. W. Long, T. S. Fetterly. Mrs. T. S. Feltcrly, C. B. Bowman, Mrs. C, II, Bowman, J. F'. Simpson, Mrs. J. K. Terrill, A. M. Grace, H. Macbeth, W. H. Fairfield. Mrs. W. H. KalrficW, A. Nivcn, Mrs. J.-Gilmore, Miss Miller, Mrs, Turney, Miss Clautier, H. G. Clarkq, W. A. Adam, S. Crest, Mr. Heslop, Mrs. Hcslop, A. Johnston, C. C. Pagntielo, W. H. Irwin, W. Short, Geo, Kerr, "file following is the -list of auto- At Knox This afternoon and every Monday ai'tfir-noon following, the Ladies' Aid society of Knox church have charge of Ihe Rod Cross sewing rooms. The regular mid-week "service will be held as usual on Wednesday even- ing. A meeting of the session -will he held after the service in the ves- try of the church. St. A meeting of the teachers and offi- cers of the Sunday school will be held on Tuesday evening at eight o'- clock in the rear of the church. The regular meeting of the Onward Bible class will be held bn Wednes- day evening at S o'clock. The Women's Missionary society will meet on Tuesday afternoon at it o'clock with 'Mrs. Moody, Eighteenth street. The Intermediate Christian society will meet on Fridav evening at 7 o'- clock, At Wesley Mrs. John Livingstone will be the hostess of a tea to be given under the aiispices of the Ladies' Aid so- ciety of the church, on Wednesday af- ternoon, from 3 to 6. On Wednesday evening, a prepara- tory service will be held in Wesley hall. Those who purpose to unite with 'the church on the coming Sa- bath are requested to he present. The 'Women's Missionary Society Auxiliary meets on Thursday after- noon at" 3.30 in the church parlors All the ladies of the congregation are invited. The Sacrament of the Lord's Sup- per will bo dispensed next Sabbath morning, and new members to the church received. The official hoard will meet the Monday evening following, August 2. Wettrn in liter On Wednesday evening, the regu- lar mid-week meeting will be in charge of Mr. Westcott. The Women's Missionary society will meet on Wednesday afternoon tit the home of Mrs. A. Butler, Twelfth street B North. First Baptist The "Pals" meeting tonight will Tie held in the pastor's rooms In the Vic- toria mansions. The regular mid-week service will be held on Wednesday evening in the church. The Junior Young People's society will meet in the church on Friday ev- ening at 7 o'clock. The Young Peo- ple's society and choir practice will by held the same evening at 8 o'clock. Christian Church The Young People's Union meets tonight in the church at.8 o'clock. The mid-week prayer service will be held on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. On Friday evening a conference of the workers of the. school will be held in the church. St. Mary's The regular service of intercession will lie held on Wednesday evening. A vestry meeting will be held in the vestry on Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. On Friday evening at 8 o'clock the society of the church will meet in the parish hall. mobile owners who have agreed their cars J. N. Kennedy, H. McCready, MrtKcnzie, M Gillclan, S. Jackson, A. U Mc- Kelvie S. Knapman, G. It. Tinning, A. Hayr, R. V. Gibbons, Supt. Penuefather, 'J. D. Higinbotham, J. S Smith, R, T. Brymiier, R. A, WrigH, J. W. Boulton, J. E. Ter- rill S S. Dunham, E. Harris, J. Gilmore, J. B. Turney, Ford Garage, Geo. Sl-acey. The cars will be lineu up in iront of the liethbridge hotel at 12.50 fac- ing north, passengers are requested to be in their scats at 1 p.m., as the start will be made sharp on time, drivers 01 cars will please keep their places in. the line during, the entire trip. Bring your cameras with you. -Rexall Druggists', everywhere, sell Rexall Orderlies as a gentle laxative. J. D, Higin- botham Co., Limited, Druggists, The Rexall Store, 10c, 25c and oOc Advertisement. The late Archbishop Quigley of Chi- cago, left an. estate valued at Lethbridge Vulcanizing specialists, produce work in auto tire repairing of all kinds and guarantee their work. E. Chaplin Son, props., old Sport- ing Goods Stand, on 6fh St. South, rear McNabb's Saddlery. Storage latteries recharged and repaired. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR "Crystal Brand" Creamery Butter The Best Butter on the by CRYSTAL DAIRY Lethbridge Phone 1576 DEBATE A Public Debate Avill take place in theN K. Hall, 5th Street South, on Monday and Tuesday, July 26-27 Commencing each evening at S o'clock SUBJECT .FOE, DEBATE: "THAT THE SOUL OF MAN HAS ETERNAL CONSCIOUS EXISTENCE FROM CREATION OF MAN." To be affirmed by Mr. John Rie (Believer) and denied by Mr. Sidney T. Batiford, (Chriitadelphlah.) Mayor Hardie Mill preside Speeches and Cross-examination A HEARTY INVITATION IS EXTENDED TO ALL. SEATS FREE NO COLLECTION A.- ;