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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best 3 demote! IP Merta MADAM: When the grocer says it's iust as good as TAYLOR MADE ne doubts your judgment FLOWERS, PLANTS- HOT HOUSE TOMATOES Frache Bros., Florists Funeral Flowers a Specialty THE P1NCHER CREEK CON- VENT, ALBERTA. situated among ilie foothills of ilie Rocky Moun- tains, is a boarding school for ladles and boys. The boys are only kept until tile age of twelve years. The course com- prises the usual branches of a thorough English and French education: Piano, Organ, Man- Violin, Painting, Drawing. Stenography and Typewriter are taught. For further information address all inquiries THE REV. MOTHER SUPERIOR. Crystal Dairy PHONE 1576 Washington, July Bri- tain's reply to the American note of Maroh 30 "protesting against enforce- ment of the orders-in-council which restrict neutral commerce was re- ceived hers to'Iay. .It holds that the. orders.are.within international law, although they may Ifevobe a new application of princi- ples, and areued that- it is proper to await a judicial interpretation. The new note, in the most court- THE BULLETIN BOARD Notlcei for this Column should reach thlo Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication Loyal Order Mnnsp. No. will meet' tonight at S.30. Important that ail members be present. Special meeting Knights of Colum- bus in new council chambers, at S p.m., Tuesday, 27th. This Week's Preserving List Raspberries, Loganberries. Sonr Cherries, Red and Black Cur- raiiis (iiiese lines almost over 'IMiiebeiTies and Apricots just coniiiienrins1. EXTRA SPECIAL ON ENGLISH MORELLO SOUR crates to us on JJC consignment; ll! pound crates. Special while they last. 1'er crate HLVKHEIlItreS TOR Today's price per case Royal, the finest preserving Today's price per pound ................20c Price per crate 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 SOME CHOICE BLACK ONES. When selling a case of Fruit we sell one 20-pound sack of Cane Sugar for Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER -Max. 69 Mill. 52 Lethbridge, fair Edmonton, clear 74. 54 Ca'igary. clear 74 44 Medicine fair 76 52 Macleod, clear...... 73 o.'l Coronation, clear.. 74 42 Foremost, cloudy 11 Prince Albert, clear ..70 54 Saskatoon, clear 77 45 Swift Current, dear 70 5S .OS Moose Jaw, clear.. 75 44 Regina. clear 71' 54 Winnipeg, fair...... 7G 43 Port Artnur, fair.... 72 4S Kamloops........ 6 Tlie weather over the prairie prov- inces has been c'iear and moderate. Forecast AH showers, but for the most part fair, with moderate temper- ature. CITY AND DISTSICT Deputy Hers E. Trowbridge, deputy provincial secretary and registrar, was in the city yesterday on business connected with the provincial gaol. Special Meeting Trades Council A special meting of the Trades and Labor will be held to- night in the Labor hall, at S o'clock. All members are recinested to attend. Fishing Supplies To properly enjoy your Fish- ing Trip you retiuire a proper outfit, consisting of a Good Rod, Reel, Line, an assortment of Fly Hooks and Plain Hooks, Land- ins Basket, etc. Our siock is complete and we can outfit you completely. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Lisiid To'Confer the R.A. Degree London, July 27. Nine British! The R.A, degree wit'! be conferred at trawlers have been sunk by German ja regular convocation of Shekinah submarines. They are the Rosalyn, Chapter to be held tomorrow night in Celtic, Cydorna, Gadwell, Strath-j the Masonic hall Visiting compau- more, Ho'noria, Cassio, Hermione and Sutton. Tn each case, in spite of the vigor-! shell fire from the German under- ions will be cordially welcomed. Section for Boys Commander Skelton of the Home water craft, the crews escaped with- 1 Guard announces that a bicycle sec- oul. injury, although the men of theitjon OI- guard will be. formed for Honoria and the crew of the _Sutton ;-DOVS between the ages of 13 and IS. drifted in their open boats for (j0ys between these ages who have and 45 hours respectively before be- bicycles and are anxious to do their ing picked up. MARKETS TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., July and closing prices on the grain ex- changes today wure Open Close July Oats-- July Julv oct; bit, are requested to give in their names to the police station as soon as possible. Going to Dardanelles The Hamilton -Herald reports that Major W. Wilson Trwin is going to the Dardanelles with his battery- Ma- jor Irwin was located in Lethbridge for a couple of years. He was adver- tising manager of the Daily News, and later was in the advertising eg- ency business. From this city he went to the Pacific Coast. 1.40 1.43 MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT Oct. 1.07i 1.081- CH1CAGO WHEAT I 1.123 i 1.07" Annual Y.M.C.A. Camp 1.37 1.37 Twenty boys and six seniors left 1.07 yesterday, under charge of Physical Director James Thompson of the Y. j 09a" {M.C.A., for the annual camp, un-i idler their auspices at Waterton lakes. camp lasts for ten days, and the beautiful surroundings, for j I a-camp, the hoys-will record as good, I if .not'better, an outins than in form-. jer years. 1.45 1.47 July Sept. To Take'Course at Kingston Messrs. F. S. Filmer and Roy 1.08-J-1 Buchanan have left for Kingston, font., to take the artillery course, to LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY! qualify as officers. A. B. Stafford steers tonight or tomorrow. Donald I W. Patterson of the law firm of John- ori ?T fin rUUl L- ;eoiis language, holds that Great Bri- plain's'action is justif .90-57.00. jS5.60-S5.7o sheep tiffed by the deci- sions of the United States court aris- ing during the civil war. Any difficulties with the United States ufct wii-it is termed the new application of principles are held to be. proper for submission to judicial settlement. Lethbridge Vulcanizing specialists, produce work in auto tire repairing of all kinds and guarantee their work. E. .Chaplin Sou, props., old Sport- ing Goods Stand, on 5th St. South, rear McNabb's Saddlery. Storage latteries recharged and repaired. ICE Delivered Daily to all parts of the city We guarantee to HtUfy you regarding your lee supply.' RATES 10 Ibl. per month X Ibt. per montn 30 Its. per month Western Transfer Co. Limited. PHONE 1163. cattle S6.25-J10.25. LOCAL MARKETS Ktone Ritchie and Kenneth John- tton of Foremost wilj also leave to take the course to qualify as non- coiiiinissioned officers. For Mermaid or Merman SPONGES LOOFAHS WASH CLOTHS BATH TOWELS BATH MITTS 3ATH MATS BATH SPRAYS 'BATH BRUSHES RUBBER SPONGES (ALL sizes) BATHING CAPS (Plain and Fussy ones) WATER WINGS And all Bath Accessories.. The Store CARD OF THANKS ?.Ir. Peter Fox 'and family wish to thank their many friends for kind- nesses and sympathy shown in their late bereavement. The Two New Teachers Raymond Leader says that next school year, which opens in Sep-. tember, wilj see at least two new .faces on the faculty of Knight Acad- for waeat Cazier, who was in charge" of the Ens'.ish department, has LOCAL GRAIN PRICES 11.00 3.00 .Track price Wheat................ Oats................................. Flax.................................. Barley BUYING PRICE FOR No. 1 timothy, ton No. 2 timothy, baled, ton No. i prairie, baled, ton No- 2 prairifi, baled, ton BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Lettuce, 15c. to 20c. a doz. bunches. Onions, green, loc. to 20c. a doz. bunches. Radishes, 15c. to 20c. a doz. bunch- es. Green peas, pex Jb., 3 cents. Head lettuce, per doz., 20to 30c. New carrots, doz. bunches, 2Gc. resigned, and her nlace will be filled by John Blackraore, B.A. Inst. Smith has also left the institution, nn l and Myron Holmes, B.S.A., fresh from the Ontario Agricultural Ctfi- lege, will teach- science. Attend Summer School A number of Sunday school and Young Peoples' workers left this af- ternoon to attend the annual sum- mer school at Pincher Creek. The school is held under tue auspices of Lethbridge, Macleod and High Hiver, and will last a week. The place se- lected for the school is in a beautiful grove near Pincher Creek, and is an ideal one for a summer vacation. Lee- New beets, par doz. bunches, 20c. jtures and lessons are held in the morn- Ing, and the remainder of the day is devoted to recreation. Those who are attending from Lethbridge are: Jfr. Hudson, Miss J. Hudson, Miss M. But- New turnips, per doz. hunches, 20c. New potatoes, per ton. Cauliflower, 75c. dozen. Cabage. 32.00 per cwt. Livestock and Pnultry Choice .steers, G to Gic., Fat cows, 5i to DC. killing 6c. killing ewes, Select hogs, 150 to 250 Ibs., 7c. Live ISc. per lb.; No. 1 fowl, 10 to 12c. Dressed 12 to 14c. Fresh gathered eggs 17c. per doz. N'o. :1 .farmers' dairy butter 20c. Religious Debate Opens The debate on the eternal exist; ence of man's soul went through pre- liminaries at the K. of P. ha'.l last night, and will be continued tonight. The debaters are John Rae for the affirmative and Sidney, BatsTord for the negative. Both speakers are good debaters, and the meeting was well attended. Mayor Hardie pre- sided. Tonight's meeting will pro- bably be most .interesting. just how good a cook you are, unless you have used Premier Borden Visits Front- Says Canadians Greatly Thought of London, July Robert. Bor- den, Premier of the Dominion ct Can- ada, who re turned to London last night after having spent a week at tliL1 front, received -the Canadjan As-, sociated Press representative today and gave sonic particulars connected with his tour. Sir Robert Bordcn.j who accompanied B. Ben-) TELEPHONE 606 nett, M.P. for Calgarv, Vpent i most! f home of Iier son' Mr S" strenuous- time, visiting the -Canadian; B- _ headquarters as well as those of F. P. Conybeare returned from attending the K. of 'w-itirihc'British ambassador, at Astwr-v Park' British and French forces before leav- ing France. her Robert had tfie honor of dining with the French President and meeting the j French minister of foreign affairs and' the minister of war. He also spent j Oalhvan. Icit this afternoon tor some time with Gen. Jofire, but the M" home m. chief interest, of course, was center-; Gil in the Canadian division and in j concluding his remarks on his tour, M Sir Robert said: j at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. "The impression made upon me w that men hardlv realize, how pro-f "a _ found an their achieve-! ladies, are co, is giving to- '3 to G for the when about a.hundred people, in twenty-five autos, journeyed out from town to participate in the plcnio that had been arranged bv the Red Cross Society. After returning from, a mo- tor trip to Coaldale, supper was, serv- ed on the lovely lawn in front of llr. Fairfield's residence, "after which ev- eryone was given an opportunity of wandering about tho interesting farm, before the return trip home In the moonlight. A very pleasing feature of the evening- was the fact that the Red Cross Society cleared about The Red Cross Society desires to express its hearty thanks to Mr, and Mrs. Fair-field for the generous use of their grounds, and the unlimited supply of raspberries; to Mr. McKH- lop for the dishes; to Supt. Penne- Miss Talliminj, sislcr-in-law of Dr. I father for the cartage; to the Crystal Mrs. Mitchell of. Plcton, Ont, is a Mr. C. yesterday New Jersey. A meeting of the St. Monica Chancel Guild is called for Wednesday even- ments have made upon the people of j d invited to atte the whole Dominion. They appeared: Mrs. John Livingston, to me as being thorougUv conscious morrow afternoon fron til. me as being thorougUy of wofId-wide issues involved in this war and inspired by an unwavering determination to perform their ditty in the future as in the past. "Among the troops at the front I found many Canadians of French ori- gin, seyeral of whom have already distinguished themselves. Among them was who has been decorated by His Hospitals Efficient While in Fiance Sir Rohert was ac- companied by Col. Barry of Sir John French's staff Major Storr, of Lord Kitchener's staff; with R. B. Ben- Wesley Ladies' Aid. Mrs. C. F. P. Conyeare leaves to- morrow to visit her daughter, Mrs. F. E. Fisher, at North Battleford. Mr, and Mrs. Fisher have taken a cottage at Meota for the month of August. The Ladies' Society of St. Paul's First Lutheran church meets on Wed- nesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. G. A. aicNabb, 210 Fifth street South. Conductor S. A. Jones of the Carilston branch, is away and Hygienic 'dairies for ice-cream; to Commissioner Held for arranging about motors, and all the people who kindly lent their cars for this good cause. The marriage took place at Whitia on July 26, "of Miss Leila Frances Richardson, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. S. S. Richardson, to llr. Joseph Price Switzer of Lethbridge, the Rev. Mr. Cook of Bow Island per- forming the ceremony. The bride has heeh a member -of the staff of the Bank ofl Montreal, LeUibridge, for several years, and the groom is an employee ,of the International Har- vester Co.' Tlie young couple left for a short trip to Crow's Nest points, and on their return will reside in Leth- bridge. i, During the afternoon and evening the premier inspected four Canadian hos- pitals near Boulogne .ancT.onc British hospital, all of which he found high- ly efficient and well equipped. At Boulogne and afterwards at Letre- On Monday evening at'eight o'clock attending! at St. Cyprian's Church, the marriage Conductor Corporal T. R. Brewer of the R. replacing X.W.M.P. and Miss Ruby Dunlop, both [of Lethbridge, was- solemnized, tlie I Rev. Canon McMillen officiating. The Mr. ana Mrs.. E. H. Cross and Jam- bride looked charming in a creara- of Eighth avenue South leave to- day for a three weeks' vacation at EIko, B.C. Miss Agnes Niven, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Niven. Frank, where she is to aml Blairmore mounted police-detach- ments, but now at Athahaska. ing to t vi-as poisoned on Sunday. WHEN JOHNNY WANTS A COLD DRINK Another Problem for Msthers After settling the nure food tjuestion for baby, and tho pure ice question tor the hojisehoid, Mother has now a moment of leisure to decide what Johnny and the rest of the children should have when they want a cold drink. MontSerrat Lime Fruit Juice is the verdict. Tens of thousands of. cases have been used in the British Navy Sir Robert planted the seeds of a Canadian maple on the graves of all Canadian officers and men buried tllcre left lor Edmonton "Eariv next morning" continued! be married to Scrgt. Frank JMcade, Mr. Bofden, left for Sir John! formerly_mjharge ot the Bcllevue French's headquarters. stopped a few minutes at the aviation base and, strange to sav, the first officer to whom I was a Canadian, a son "ome was the scene of Montreal. Reach- very, charming veranda tea yes- ing British headauarlers we remain- afternoon, which cia.ir.cd Miss ed there about 30 minutes, meeting Woolen as hostess. Miss Wooten re- Sir John French and the members of her guests In a very becoming his staff, including Prince Arthur of i dress ot flowered vctf.e. Miss Ruth Connaudit who accompanied us iGalbraith, JIiss Dorqlhy Stafford ami throughout the JIiss 1Ialsie Bowman assisted, in The' prime minister then described dainty summer how, on leaving the headquarters, he] proceeded to the front and obtained] Mr. and .Mrs. Fred Hammond and an excellent view of the country and i two children are expected to arrive surrounding the famous battle field. on Thursday from .England. "While he remarked, "we Hammond .will spend several months saw a German mine" explode on hill i with'her parents, Major and Mrs. BO just opposite, but we ascertained j Burnett, but Air. Hammond will re- that no damage was done. From this j turn almost immediately to Bt.glum, point we proceeded to the hcadqiiar-1 where r- tens of the Canadian division and Cross A and occupied the afternoon in visit- ing tiie various units, to all of whom I had Hie privilege of speaking. We visilcd the artillery and had the op- portunity of going through their ob- servation trenches and seeing some of he is a member' of the Red ear and I lie. British K.vpedition- forces. The reason is, it is healthy, quenches the thirst, and is a delighlfifi summer beverage. Montserrat Lime Fruit .Ijilce is es- Mrs. H. Barnes, MlssT Matsoii, valuable In the country Miss Shaw, Mrs. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. [where the chances are that the water W. Francis, Rev. J. B. and Mrs Fran- is not pure, cis Mr and Mrs. H. Bruce, and .Mrs. Montserrat Lime nr Thompson 'he University Professors this. Montserrat, therefore, insures you against Typhoid, besides .it Is so re- freshing, cooling and thirst assuag-' Rexall Orderlies are a safe laxative even for the most delicate woman or child. Sold only by J. D. Higinbotham Co.. Limited, Thti Rexall Store, lOc, 25c and 50c The spacious grounds of the Experi- mental farm were" en 'etc last even- colored silk dress, with pink trim- mings, silk veil and orange blossoms, and carried a bouquet ot roses and carnations. At the service were about ft hun- dred friends of the bride and groom, including about twenty members of the force, in uniform. The bride was given away, in the absence ol her father, by Constable Holmes, and Constable "Buster" Brown seconded the fortunate groom In a most able manner: At the altar, the gallant Corporal, who was In uni- form, made the responses in a sten- torian roar, which entirely dispelled all premises as to his probable ner- vousness during the ordeal. The usual scramble in the vestry for the first kiss took'place, the re- sult being that the best man beat the father-by-proxy by a short lip. The groom also ran. Afterwards the mounted policemen present iined up in two.ranks outside the church door, and with military precision formed an arch with their whips over the heads of the bride and groom as they left the church. The happy couple then drove away in an automobile for parts unknown, a most necessary part of the bride- groom's wardrobe flying from the rear springs of the car. Canadian Light Infantry, their work. Meets Joffre "Canadian officers and men were in Returning to headquarters Sir Uob- thc best of spirits and seemed thor-i ert had liic honor of meeting H. II. Very early oughly lit for work. They naturally II. the Hrincc Vcr. were pleased to see some one straight Thursday, Sir Robert arrived at lac from Canada. Their appearance and spirit was really an inspiration. They all appeared inspired with confidence in the cause for which they are fight- inir and determination to make if, triumphant. "At British headquarters as well as those of the French and every- where in France as in Britain, tlir. highest appreciation was expressed of the courage, resourcefulness and en- durance oi the Canadian troops in all French headquarters and had the i pleasure of meeting Gen. Jollre and start, with wiiom he lunched. Next day Sir Robert was given the op- portunity of visiting the French lines, observing the artillery of this army and also seeing a town wanlon- ly destroyed by the Germans. of the French wounded, was inspect- ed. Sir liobcrt.and party met a very warm welcome. Monday was spent in visiting; the Canadian hospitals.' At-all hospitals and homes the spirit of wounded was admirable, lie said. Allurijng his own visit IK the most in event oi my Ijfe." lie said "I regard it as nlercsting an'd inspiring To Raise New Regiment Calgary and Lethbridge companies engagements during the war and cs-jarmy." of the Regiment, of Edmonton, were all greatly impressed hn which thero are 24.Lethbridge men, with the efficiency of the French to form the nucleus of a new regi- military organization and the rcsolu- ment to be organized at Calgary, and lion and determination of the French to be known as the 82nd Infantry Bat- ita'iion. Announcement of this was ufcia'lly in the battle which is known Lale jn the afternoon Sir Robert j al Edmonton yesterday. The as Iho' second battle of Ypres. Sir j proceeded to Paris and spent the iol- j Lethbridge boys, who went to the 'Hat Fruit Juice de- -John French and General JofTre lowing day there. It was on Week, will be taken to. Calgary McOllI spoke in admiration respecting the day evening that the premier dined fol. training atoned.'-- -8 have .proven I conduct of the Canadians." with the French President and Mr. Borden was much touched by the enthusiasm with which he was following day he proceeded to Lc Treport, where a large, well-equipped received by ttw men from the Do- Canadian hospital under Col. Bridges minion. With Prince Arthur ot Con-1 established by the municipalities of naught he Princess Patricia's the province of Quebec for the care BUSINESS LOCALS Three-burner Perfection oil stove, with oven, almost new, price Apply 638 13th St.' S. 191-1 ;