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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta i New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel in llberti Two brands with but a single aim Pride of Alberta i v and Mother's Favorite Taylor Made Flour Better Bread Blueberries and Apricots for Preserving We believe that now is as good a time as any to preserve theie linet. at the quality Is at the best and the prices are as reasonable as can be expected. Sour Cherries are ju.t about done for. We had some late Dukes, extra fine ones, come In this mornimj. These are not as sour as the little red ones, but ore an extra fine canning cherry. _ canning; per Per pound ..............................20c LATE DUKE preserving, 2-1 full pints: per crate or L1 baskets for.........................25c VHAUEUY Oil UU'K I'U'JIS- Her basket.. .60c PKACIl basket.................50c A good quality. Por crate expect a shipment in from the Okanagan district by express. Thcso ure supposed to be very line; per case......51.45 Per basket liKl) about done for. Order at once if you want any. Lowest market price. 20 pounds B. C. Cane Sugar for if ordereci with a case of frliii. Office: Phone 1271 GOOD CO. store Phtne 525 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER THE BULLETIN BOARD reach this Office befcre 12 o'clock Lethbridge, cloudy Edmonton, fair Calvary, rain.. Medicine Hat. dear Macleod. cloudy Reel Deer, clear Foremost, cloudy.. Saskatoon, clear.. iRogina. clear Swift Current Winnipeg, clear I Port Arthur, dear I Kamloops....... Nelson 78 SO SO 66 71 54 1.07 46 54 .28 53 54 1.03 51 51 43 50 5S 50 Delivered Daily to all parts of the ci Shekiuah Chapter. R.A.M.. Xo. 15S. meets tonight in Masonic at S. We guarantee satisfy R.A. degree. regarding your ice supply- j.--------------------------------------------------------- RATES I 10 Ibs. daily...-52.00 per month 20 Ibs. daily...-S2.50 per morup JO Ibs. daily....53.00 per month Western Transfer Co. Limited. PHONE 1163. The weather over the prairie prov- i luces has been mostly clear and warm, with rains in parts of Alberta. Forecast Manitoba-Fair and warm today, and Tuesday. Saskatchewan and warm today. and CITY AND DISTRICT New MuBic for Band The Citizens Band are. hard at work now practicing on new music rhich they have just received WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES concert will be given Sunday evening Winnipez Man., July j weather permitting. Any person who ind closing prices on the local grain can play a .band instrument is ijtea WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF AUTOGRAPHIC KODAKS IN STOCK You will be surprised at the simplicity of the Autographic device -which murks the biggest photographic advance in twenty years, and which enables you to "write it on the film at the time." We want you to have the New AUTOGRAPHIC BOOKLET CALL OR WRITE FOR ONE. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited CITY AND DISTRICT More Large Peas Speaking about large peas, J. Wakc- len, a ideal gardener, dropped into the office today with ;i sample of tho peas nicUed at random from a large crop of peas. They measured over four and a half inches, and the larg- est of the assortment went five in- ches. Mr. Wake Ion says that it would be no trouble to nick over a hundred pounds of s.ucli peas from liis garden. just how good a cook you .are, exchange today were as follows: Whest [July October Q Its- July October rinx Inly October Open 137 107 145 Chicago Wheat 113 .....10S Close 133 5S 42 114 1077 The Crystal Dairy PHONE 1576 ANTWERP IS FINED London, -Tiiy Telegraphing from Amsterdam, the Morning Post correspondent says: "The city of Antwerp was fined francs for a popular demonstration held there on the Bel- gian fete day." LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary Foremost district, I his' way to British Hogs Cows Steers Sheep Hogs Cattle to come to the band rooms on Fri-1 day evening. Heavy Crops at Pincher I Mr. Justice Ives, ct Calgary, is i 'spending a tew.days in the city. Dur- iiiK legal vacation he has been on his farm at Pincher Creek, and states that with a spell of good warm wea- klier, the Pincher Creek district will (harvest a yield of grain never before i equalled there. More Elevators Needed A. J. H. Uonohoe, reeve of ihe rnraLj. municipality of' Burlington, in the j district, is in the city on Colunrbia. He re- 7s_'fnn! Ports crop prospects the best ever fifi known in the homesteai Chicago LOCAL_MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Track price for wheat........1.18 L l.OS I hail has occurred and if the d couutry. No damage the eather becomes warm he predicts harvesting in full swing within a month. So heavy- does the yield promise to 'be that is much concern a'bout elevator accom- modation. At present there is not i nearly enough capacity. Communion Deferred The quarterly communion service of till William J. (Bill) McGirr, a widely- Itnown cigar traveller in Ontario, died suddenly in Toronto. ....................4fi Wesley church will be. deferred til l j'jg Kev. Mr. Cobbledick returns fron his vacation, on which he leaves thi: REMARKABLE CASE of Mrs. Barley ......................................51 BUYING PRICE FOR HAY No. 1 timothy, hale.d ton 12.00 No. -1 timothy, baled, ton 10.00 No. 1 prairie, baled, ton......11.00 No.- '1 prairie, baled, ton....... 9.00 BUYING PRICES afternoon. He will attend the meet ing of the provincial executive of, the Temperance and Moral Reform Lea- gue at Red Deer tomorrow, along with B. J. Forster, and will then take a holiday at Sylvan Lake. The FOR VEGETABLES j1 'ue supplied 6y Rev. Wm Declares Lydia E. Phikhani's j Vegetable Compound Saved Her Life and Sanity. Shamrock, "I feel it icy duty to tell the, public the condition of my a health before using1 your medicine. I had :i falling, inflamma- tion and congestion, female weakness, pains in both sides, backaches and bear- ing down pains, was short of memory, nervous, impatient, passed sleepless nights, and had neither strength nor energy. There .was always a fear and dread in my mind, I had cold, nervous, spoils, hot my body. I had a place in my right aide that WM so sore that I could hardly bear tha of my clothes. I tried medicines and doctors, but they did me little good, and I never expected to get out again, I got Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetebla Compound and Blood Purifier, and I cer- tainly would have been in grave or in an asylum if your medicines had not saved me. Bat now I can work all day, stemi atfcight, eat anything I want, have 10 hot flashes or weak, nervous spells. AH pains, aches, fears and dreads are gone, my house, children, and husband 7 Buchanan, of Toronto, one of the I the bunches. Radishes, lac. to 20c. a tlGZ. buiich- es- Green peas, per 3 cents. Head lettuce, per doz., 20to 30c. New carrots, doz. bunches, 20c. New beets, per doz. bunches, 20c. New, turnips; per doz. bunches, 2Uc. New potatoes. per ton. Caulifloiver, 75c, dozen. Cabage, S2.00 per cwt. "Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, 0 to GAc. Fat" cows, si to 6c. killing wethers, 6c. killing ewes, He. Select hogs, 150 to 250 Ibs., 7c. Live ISc. per lb.; -No. 1 fowl, 10 to I2c. Dressed 12 io lie. Fresh gathered eggs 17c. per doz. No. 1 fanners' dairy butter 20c. German Submarines Are Still Active London, July submar- ine activities in tbe North Sea have not diminished. Reports so far today mention the destruction of txvo Bri- tish trawlers, one Swedish Eteamer and three Danish schooners. In all cases, the members of the crews were saved. DEFINITE STEP FOR PEACE IN Washington, -D.C., July de- finite step toward settling thetMexi-. can problem wirl be taken by 'ited government In the near free of the bad symptoms I had I-10 Before taking your remedies, and all is d ere no longer neglected, as I-lm almost Authoritative announcement !._ effect was made today at the department, although the nature r derstood to be revolving several sug- gested courses in his mind. His de- cision probably will not become known before his return to Washing, toa (ion Cornish, N.H. JOSH HAM, R. F. D. 3, Box 22, Missouri. If you want special advice PInkhsvm Medicine Promoted to Managership Congratulations are being tendered to jr. B. McElyea. formerly plant chief of the local telephone plant, for his appointment this month to the position of manager of the Letllbridge branch. Mr. McElyea has been in the telephone office here since 1910, coining here from Chicago .where he took a special course in automatic telephone -work in the Northwestern university. Miss E. M. Way, who war formerly local agent is now head of the office staff. .Miss Hardy, who was in the local office some years ago, has been transferred from Cal- gary to the position of chief operator. Miss L Schweitzer, of the local office, has been transferred- to Calgary. The City's New Lawn Mower The gasoline engine is supplanting the horse even in Lethbridge. The City Commissioners have invested in a machine that cuts the city's big wns faster and better than even For the Camera-user Cameras and Tripods Carrying Cases and Films Exposure Meters and Places Card Mounts and Papers Graduated Glasses and Trays Developing Solutions Reducers Fixing Baths and Intensifies Color Screens and.Chemicals "We have everything you need, from instruction' for the 'begin- ner to platinum paper for the expert. Cur dark room is free for de- veloping and for loading plate- holders. We do developing and printing at reasonable prices. AH high-grade work. If yon want advice or acces- sories in the photographic line, come in; we shall tbe glad to help you. Anniversary Services The anniversary service of Trin ity church. Hardieville, will be held next Sunday at 7.30, and will be con- ducted by the Rev. A. H. Denoon of Knoi church, Lrfthhridge. On the following Wednesday evening, August 4, a garden social will be held on the grounds of Jin, T. Newton, Westmin- ster road, to celebrate the anniver- sary. A'il who are interested In the elfare of the congregation are ask- ed to join in the celebrations. Cut down Phone Cost Pursuing a much more lenient pol- icy than has been its custom in the past, the Provincial department of telephones will in the future install telephones for subscribers without tile necessity of paying for six months in advance. Instead it will only be necessary'for the subscriber to pay for one month in advance, -which for a house phone" amounts to Mo other installation charges will be made unless it is necessary nut in poles or do other work which will necessitate the expenditure of money. Then only tbe actual cost of tbe work will be charged.. !n the matter of changing phones from one house to another, a regular charge of will be made to cover the cost of changing. Formerly the actual amount of the cost was charged up to the subscriber, sometimes amounting to The TfcrXott Store Ottawa, Ont., July soldier's tribute to the Canad- ian chaplains at the front, sing- ling out for particular men- tion Rev. Alexander Gordon of St. Andrew's church, Ottawa, is contained in the latest let- ter sent home by L-ieut.-Col. D.S.O., commander of the First Canadian Artillery Brigade. "They are a fine lot of he writes, "and one of the best is Rev. Mr. Gopilon." "Speaking of chaplains, one of the best is Rev. Mr. Gordon, of St. An- drew's church, Rev. Dr. Herridge's assistant. You remember how I jol- lied about his series of 'aviation' ser- mons on Elijah? Well, he is always poking about where he shouldn't be, namely the very hottest corners In the forward trenches. If the head- quarters ttnesv where.he goos there would be a row, so he comes to see my map of the trenches, and with ail Theological Debate Concludes The final of the theological debate-------- between John Rae and Sydney T. no place for a minister's son, let alone the gn'llefulness of the serpent en- quires: 'How do yo.u get down 'There' is a much-sniped salient ap- proached by a machine-gun-swept road, and an" enfiladed communication trench. I tell him so, and that it's Bats'ford, on the question, "Resolved, for a minister. Half an hour after- wards be 'down there.' "For the time being we are in lovely quiet soot, though I have had four officers hit in two weeks. This makes ten out of twenty-seven offi- Sub Sets Swede Steamer on Fire Copenhagen via July The Swedish barque Mardonna load- ed with timber, has been set on firr in the North Sea by a German sub- .hat the soul of man bas eternal con- scious existence from the creation of were debated last night at the of P. hall, before a large audience, layer Hardie occupied the chair. Mr. Rae, who upheld the affirmative, re- presented the creed of the Believersr and argued the orthodox belief that .he soul after tbe death of the body las a conscious existence, and re-1 mains in a place provided by God un- til the time of the Judgment, when, the body is resurrected and the soul j re-incarnated. Mr. Batsford, who is j a Christadelphian, denied that the. soul is conscious after death. He j affirmed that when the body dies, ev- erything is oblivion, and that the soul i while not necessarily dead, is not con-! scious. Both speakers obtained all their authority from the Bible, -which one of the conditions of debate. The debate was very interesting, and the large number of interested people who turned out on both nights testi- fies to the interest awakened over the discussion. cers, and we have had eight of six- teen guns smashed by direct hits in ibout four months' service, so the government is getting the worth of its money out of the little old First." Summer Heat Baby's Food Dairy milk Is mi it it able at ill tlmeif In the summer It Is cause of epidemic diarrheas and infantile mortality. __ Baby's food mtist be pure, proof against contamination, wholly digestible, and sailed to the altering of infant life. Vocton and Mothers through- out tbe world recommend Foods Milk Fed Hi. 1. Ffflm birtk UI Milk Fold i. Fro S li I Hilled fMi Frenf Moatftlliviril. The pure irogrissive dietary New Directors of Macleod Hospital FRUIT BULLETIN RASPBERRIES, Niagara District grown, are about done, and Black Currants are also Hearing an end. The ever popular and delicious black Thimble- Tomatoes'are beginning to make their appearance. GOING TO BERMUDA _ t Ottawa, Ont., July o d Douuin ascd to be able to amble ,awa Lieut.-Co'i; Enwards along. The new machine is operated Oltawa commanding, has receiv- by a small gasoline engine of a couple onjers to relieve the Royal Can- of horse-power, mounted on tile truck I Regiment of the permanent that carries the cutting knives, which which has doing garrison arc turned by a chain connected with I at nalrijiion Bermuda, since a driving sprocket on the crankshaft. ,he hroke out The machine travels aho.ut five miles per hour, and keeps a man busy foi- lowing it. The guiding is done by a pair of handles like a plow, and the engine is controlled by levers on the handles. If the device continues to work as well as it has sinae Monday morning, when it was first trier! out, it doubtless prove a good investment. To see it plow through the long grass makes the hardworking lawn-mower sigh. with Clear thinking is impossible with- out he.althy bowel action. Rexall Or- derllss are a specific against .constipa- tion. Sold only by u. Co-, Limited, the Rexall Store, lOc, 25c and 50c FLOWERS, PLANTS- HOT HOUSE TOMATOES Frache Bros., Fisrisis Funeral Flowers a Specialty Lcthbridge Vulcanizing specialists, produce work in auto tire repairing of all kinds and guarantee their work. B. Chaplin Son, props., old Sport- ing Goods on 5th St. South, McNabb's SMdlery. Storage latteries recha and repaired.. Macleod, Alia., July most satisfactory balance sheet for the past six months working of the Mac- leod General Hospital was presented at the adjourned annual meeting of this institution. Despite the big re- ductions in the various grants for the period mentioned, a careful re-adjust- ment of the wages of the staff was made which was sufficient to co.unter- act the reductions, and resulted in the hospital being ab'.e to show a small credit balance. The following officers were ap- pointed for the ensuing year: Directors: J. W. JlQDonald, Supt. Starnes, T. II. Stedman, D. H. Me-j Nay, W. S. Gray, E. Forater Brown, Rev. A. D. Hichard, W. C. Bryan, H. H, llilliard. A. Young, Judge J. Fawcetl, J. A. Virtue and D. G. Immediately following the meeting a meeting of the newly-appointed di- j was held, and Ihe following of-1 AUCTION SALE Superior. Quality lusehDld Furniture Saturday Next, July 31st, at The Letbbridye Exchange WHITNEY BLOCK The following represents the finest collection of Household- Furnlture ever offered for sale at Public Auction in, this city. The goods are now on view at the store: rectors ficers were then named for office: President, Sunt. Starnes: vice- chairman, J. W. McDonald: secretary, D- G. Mackenzie; finance committee, B! Fnrstcr -Brown, R. D. MoNay, and A. Yo.ung. Supt, Starnes occupied the cliair during both meetings. Wilhelmina, Queen of Holland, per- sonally has subscribed for of Holland's war loan. J W. McConnell has donated the for a band for tie 60th Battalion at Montreal. 1 Mahogany Parlor Suite in green velvet. 1 Plsno. 2 Brass Beds, coil springs and Ostermoor mattresses. 1 Mahogany Ladies' Dresser. 1 Mahogany Gent's Chiffonier. 1 Mahogany Pedestal, 1 .Extension Dining Table. 1 Set Dining Chairs. 1 Oak Buffet. 1 Oak Leather Seated Rocker. 1 Oak-China Cabjnet. 1 Leather 1 Ms'hogsny Cen.tre Table. 1.-OaK Siah'd. 1 Hall Hack. 1 C.ane Table. One 10x12 Velvet Rug. One.9x12 Velvet Rug. 1 Set'Porticr CurtairiJ, green.. -1 Kitchen Table, 2 Kitchen Chairs. 1 Oak Drcsaer. 1 Singer Sewing Machine in ex- cellent condition (ball bear- 1 .Velvet' Rug. 3 Mats. 1 D04r Mat. TERMS CASH R.. A. JOHNSTON, Auctioneer 1 Buth Mat.' 1 Square Oil Clotii. Japanese Hand Painted Cupi. and Saucers. Plates to match. 2 Hand Painted China Tea SetB. etc., hand palntid 3 Glass 1 Ea'rthenware Jardiniere. 1 Down Quilt. 3 Feather Plllowa. 1 Small Lamp. Dozen and.half GlaM Tumblers. 1 Glass Jug. 1 Glass Coke Stand. 1 Decanter. 3 Small Dishes. 1 Fruit Dish! Half Dinner Set. gold, 1 Set Straw Table 10 3 Sets Window Curtains. 3 Sets Brass Rods.. 1 Dinner Set, 105 2 Green Window .Shades, 1 Set Flat irons. Kitchen Utensils. 1 six-hole Gas Range. .PHONK 1723 ;