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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel inllberta THE. SWEETEST FLOUR YOU IS TAYLOR-MADE Blueberries and Apricots for Preserving We believe that now is ns good n time as any to and the prices nro as reasonable as can be expected, soms late Dukes, extra fine ours, come In this morn but are an extra fine canning cherry. camiins; per Per pound LATE DUKE pn-scirvlng, U4 full pints; perorate or baskets for.........................25c TRAGEDY OK HI.UK basket. ..COc PEACH basket................50c preserve these the quality Is at the best Sour Cherries are just about done for. We had ing. These are not as sour as the little red ones, Per crate expect a shipment iu from th Okiiimgan district by express. Those arc supposed to be very tine; per Per baskot.............................45c RED about done tor. Order at once if you want any. Lowest market price. 20" 'pounds B. C. Cane Sugar for If ordered with a case of fruit. Piumel271 THE GOOD CO. Slore H.GH.CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER I C E Delivered Daily .31 THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., July tp all pai'tS Of the City j and closing prices on the grain ex- We guarantee to you Qpeii July regarding your Ice supply. RATES 10 Ibs. per month 20 Ibs. per month 30 Ibs. per mtfflth Western Transfer Co. Limited. PHONE 1163. ONEFOUR NEWS Onefour, Alta., July ana Mrs. Owen D. Greeno celebrated the tenth anniversary of thelr'weddirig a happV to their many friends on Ju'iy 4. J. J. Evenson of Comrey was through here yesterday on election business at Sage Creek and collected the ballot boxes on his! return.. Election day jvas quiet here. With a totai registration of twenty voters In the Onei'our subdivision only five appeared to vote on the prohibition i Question. Of these Jour were in the affirmative and one' negative- The light vote was due to. the fact that everybody ie busy at present. The election officials were: G. S. j Bugbee, "deputy returning officer; t Ales. Lindsay, poll clerk, and M. L. I Duncan, enumerator. 'Report reaches us that Ted South- -worth has shipped from Glsigow, i Mont, with a carload of horses for j France. Ted expects to visit his old home in Eneiand, before returning to Onefour. Here's hoping he may not encounter an enemy submarine tn his 1 travels. 'PURE, RICH, DELICIOUS AND WHOLESOME. DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME. CKYSTAL DAIRY. Ltd. Phone 1576 Oct! Oais- Julv Oct! Julv CiOSc 1.27} cloudy Kdmonion, clear Saskatoon, clear .Moos? Jaw, cloudy Kamloops Red Deer, rain Calgary Maeleod: rain .Medicine Hat, cloudy Prince Albert, clear Swift Current, cloudy Winnipeg, cloiufy Port .Arthur, fair. The weather over the prairie prov- inces has been mostly cloudy with scattered showers. FORECAST Manitoba Mostly fair today and on Friday with a few local showers. Saskatchewan .and fair and comparatively cooler today and Friday. A few lofal showers. 42" 41j 1.42.V 1.37 MIXNEAPQLIS WHEAT Julv 1-3S OS Oct; 1-011 CHICAGO WHEAT July l.H 1.10J Sept........................... l-07'i 1.05 CITY AND DISTRICT j Engineer Visits City 0. R. Herbert, engineer of the Southern Alberta Laud Co., was 'a WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF AUTOGRAPHIC. KODAKS IN STOCK You will be surprised at the simplicity of the Autographic x tievice which marks 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 CA1.L OR WRITE FOR O.NE. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited guest at the Alexandra yesterday. ___ i Returns from Holiday I C. P. Woods, collector of the In.-'. land Revenue department, returned today from a visit with relatives Lake of the Woods. LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY S7.7S steers S7.00. Calgary Cows "So.SO S6.75. cattle, S6.25-S10.25. Yeomen to Meet All Yeomen are requested to meet I Monday, night at S o'clock at Ed. Ken- wethers, jnedy's harber shop. Object: Re-or- ganization. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Track price of wheat Oats.................. Barley BUYING PRICE FOR Xo. 1 timothy, bale.d ton No. 2 timothy, baled, ton No. 1 prairie, baled, ton No. 2 prairie, baled, ton BUYING PRICES Bank Clearings The bank clearings for the week ending today are as ag- ainst for the correspond- ing week '.ast year. 576.00 For Red Cross W. R. Seatle, treasurer of the local Red Cross society, hs been handed-i as proceeds of the Red Cross 1-36 (motor picnic held Mondav night. .51 HAY 12.GO 1LOG M.P.P. Here Camnbell, member of the pro-; house for Rocky Mountain, the city yesterday. He has jbeen travelling in the Taber and Rer- FOR VEGETABLES i districts with Dr. Leech of Ta-} 'ber, and expressed himself as delight- j Lettuce, 15c. to 20c. a doz. bunches. .Onions, green, loc. to 20e. a doz. bunches. Radishes, 15c. to 20c. a doz. buncb- 5. Green peas, per 3 cents. Head lettuce, per doz., 20to 30c. Naw carrots, doz. bunches, 20c. New beets, par doz. bunches, 20c. _ N'ew turnips, per doz. bunches, 20c. New potatoes, per ton. Cauliflower, dozen. Cabage, 52.00 per cwt. Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, G to Fat cows, 5i to 6c. killing wethers, 6c. killing ewes, Select' hogs, 150 to 250 Ibs., ed wfch crop conditions. He return- j ed north last night. Civil Servants on Honor The following civil servants in ge, who have saUsterl for j active service, are included in the "civilian" honor roM, mibiished at Ot- tawa: Major Alvin Ripley, postmas- ter; William Brennan, reservist; Jas. Hendrie, post office department: Wit- Ham G. Burnett, jr., customs depart- ment; Captain Gibson ant! Donald Thompson, land office. LITE ft No. 1 fowl, 10 to 12c. ISc.l per Pressed 12 to 14c. Fresh gathered eggs 17c. per doz. No. 1 larmeis' dairy butter 20c. For the Camera-user Cameras and Tripods Carrying Cases and Films Exposure Meters apd Plates Card Mounts and Papers Graduated Glasses 2nd Trays Developing Solutions Reducers Fixing Baths Color Screens and Chemicals We have everything you need, from instruction for the "begin- ner to platinum paper for the expert. Our dark room is free for de- veloping and for plate- holders. We do developing and printing at reasonable prices. AH high-grade work. If you want advice or acces- sories in the photographic line, come in; -we shall 'be glad to help you. The Store i obacco Fund The banks of the city have arrang- ed to receive contributions and dona- tions to the Overseas Tobacco Fund. The vide Horse Sale at Milk River W. L. Wi'ison, auctioneer, left this i morning for Milk River, where he is conducting an immense horse sale for j Smith Bros, tomorrow. Successful Candidates The names of the mechanics, by the Bri- of this is to pro-! accepted this afternoon for ins bovs at commission forfpos thlOId Country front, nd the appeal should meet .a ready response, from all citizens. rjv ;____'__________-Twenty-five cents provide a paclcaee containing one-quarter imund Horsehair cushions have been found of tobacco, fifty cigarettes, some to provide enough elasticity" to coun- matches, all Canadian manufacture, toract all the vibrations oi" aeroplansjand a postcard addresser! to the and make possible the use of niagne-j donor to he used by the recipient us Marpoles, Jafiies Walter Homes, H. H. Teal, William White- law, S. Munroe and W. G. .Mercer. These men sail from .Montreal Aug- ust 14. tic compasses bv British aviators. an acknowledgment. CANADA'S ONLY OFFICIAL AVIATION SCHOOL (CONFERRING WITH.- j 'U.S. AMBASSADOR i Berlin, .Ju'iy German Im- I perial Chancellor, who returned to j the capital yesterday frora Army headquarters, where he saw Emper- lor William, is in conference today with Jamos Cerartd, the American Amhasaclor. Rexall Orderlies keep the bowels regular and healthy. Their action "is gentle, niild and soothing. Sold only hy J. Higinbotiiam Co., Tile Rexall Store, lOc, 25c and 50c Picture shows a same type of which is bfcing copied in a number of bsing built for Bri- tain by tbe Curtlss Aviation Company in Toronto: The picture was taken at the school at Long Branch, >Ont. FLOWERS, PLANTS- HOT HOUSE TOMATOES Frache Bros., Florists Funeral Flowers a Specialty Lethbridge Vulcanizing specialists, produce worlr in auto tire repairing of all kinds and guarantee their work. B. Chaplin Son, propB.. old Sport- ins Ooods Stand, op 5th St. South, rear McN'abb's Saddlery. Storage latteries recharged and repaired. just how good a cook you are, unless you have used MlfMN BAIL Benjamin Hassan Mac-Lean from near Grassy Lake, who has been in the guard room of the' mounted po- lice barracks for the last week on the charge of sedition, was last j night allowed out on bail of consisting of for himself and two sureties oi ?50Q each. B. Pearson, manager of the Ca- nadian 'Western Natural Gas Co., is staying at the A'iexaudra. impatiently waiting for the rain to stop, so that operations on the gas line north of (lie city can be begun. The company is putting in piles behind the pipe, where it crosses the river near the Royal Collieries, so that' a repetition of the accident at Okotoks, where the line was washed out by a rise in the river, wilt he prevented. The com- iany will protect their line at all riv- er crossings, of which there are six between here and Calgary. A port- able piledriver is now on the ground north of the city, and operations wfH iimerice probably on Monday. The piledriver will be nm out across the river on cribbing, and the piles driv- en down level with the pipe line. ?_ -A. Brocklebank has the contract for the work. The gas company is spending about at this point. Don't be Carried Away With the idea that you can buy Better Lumber and Building Material than we offer you. We know better. You're not gambling, or taking any' chances when buying here. On the contrary, you are putting yourself squarely on the road to complete satisfaction, Ws know about what consumers need in the building line. know how to price our goods attractively. And wo know how investigates, never knows. Drop in and see us. not. Investigate and find sure. The man irho don't guess whether we could you better of to treat you EO you'll come again. Don't argue-'- Citizens Lumber 138 16th Street North. Borden Recipient of Ancient London Honors London, July Lloyd George today laid particular empha- sis upon the need coal for the suc- cessful conduct of the war. He said this product meant everything to Great Britain, and the country needs more of it to be victorious. He de- clared that events in the East meant that a larger share than ever of the burden of the struggle was to be cast on the aho.ulders of Great Britain, and the country must nay the price of vic- tory if it meant to be victorious. WHEAT CHAMPIONS TO EXHIBIT AT SPOKANE Spokane, Wash., July champions in the great wheat exhibi- tions of_the last five years in Canada and the United States will compete with wheat-growers from all over the" northwest this year for a special pre- mium to be offered by the Spokane Interstate Fair and Livestock show in September. The world-beaters who have de- clared their intention of sending grains are: W. G. Glass, Maclcod, Alta., who was champion In Seager Wheeler, Rosthern, and lf'12; Henry Holmes, Raymond, Alta., 1911; Nick Taitinger, Clares- holm, 1914. London, July even a crowned head could have had a more magnificent reception than "was ac- corded Sir Kobert Borden, Premier of Canada, this afternoon, when he received what has ever been prized as the highest of freedom of the City of London. Citizens assembled in large num- bers outside the Guildhall to greet the Premier of the Dominion, while with- in the magnificent hall, that link with the past, where monarch's liave' enjoypd the hospitality of the Empire's capital, and atatemen have proclaimed ..their policies, the highest dignitaries in the land assembled to honor Canada's Prime Minister, and at the same time indicate grate- ful recognition by the .Mother'Country of the splendid part taken by the Do- minion in the present tumult "When at three o'clock Sir Robert, ;companied by the Master anjd Ward- ens of the Leathersellers' Company, of which he is a member, and by whom'he was presented, arrived, the old hall rang with cheers. With that quaint picturesque cere- monial which the City of London con- tinues throughout the ages, and which makes the past an inspiration for the, present, the ceremony was immed- iately commenced. In tbe centre of the platform the east, wearing his crimson robe, sat tbe Lord Mayor, and on either side were distinguished representatives of church and state, many in uniforms of tfieir office, which gave color to the brilliant scene. COOKING LESSONS FOR T. ATKINS London, July week will see an innovation in the British mil- itary recognition of wo- men to the extent of giving them the rank of non-commissioned officers. Some hundreds of London sclipol teachers whose specialty is instruction in domestic arts are going to spend their holidays in giving cooking les- sons in the camps of Britain's new armies. These women will be given the temporary rank of corporals and sergeants. Their Initiative is taken as the result of reports of waste in the camps. The War Office has ar- ranged for one hundred to begin work next week, and if the are good will be largely extended. Sir Robert, having taken, his posi- tion on Pollock, chamberlain of London, addressed him in tha namo of the corporation, and banded him the scroll of freedom at tbe same time offering him tha right hand of friendship. THREE DROWN1NGS IN THREE DAYS Parry Sound, Ont, July drownings have happened In this reg- ion within three days. Yesterday the bodies of Richard AIT Appleby of Bar- ry and his .son, -llosland, were brought here from Boakview, having, been drowned in Partridge Sun- day, while fishing from a canoe. Two Indians, Will lam Solomon of Cape Croker, and another whose name has not been learned, were out in a canoe, fishing on Moon river, .whan the canoe upset, and Solomon was drown- ed. LETHBRIDGE PEOPLE PRAISE SIMPLE MIXTURE Many in Lethbridge praise the sim- ple mixture of buckthorn bark, glycer- ine, etc., known as Adler-i-ka. This remedy is the most THOROUGH bowel cleanser ever sold, being even used successfully in appendicitis. ONE SPOONFUL .relieves almost ANY CASE of constipation, sour or gassy stomach. "ONE MINUTE .after you take it -the gasses rumble and pass out. Adler-i-fea cannot gripe and the INSTANT action ia surprising. J. D. Higlnbotham Co., Ltd. Q O O O Q O Tht Photoplay will cAarm no other play or picture everdid! Because it's the most thrilling, realistic, heart-gripping story ever flashed on screen.'. Because bewitching Lottie PIclcford.fe ideal corfctf Great playl, Great cast) "The Diamond From the Sky" earned first prize in the rtcent pho- toplay contest. Now you lire offered For a Suggestion! for a sequel to this play. See it now! EvervboJy's Ullttaf about "Tbf Diamond From the Sky. Coming to the Empress, August 6 and 7 ;