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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta I PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. I LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD I Hotel Windsor Best 8 day hotel inljterta THE SWEETEST FLOUR YOU KrtOW IS TAYLOR-MADE ICE Delivered Daily (o all parts of the city j MARKETS FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Man., July WEEK-END NECESSITIES AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES This week end we have an extra lot of Fresh Fruit and bouoht at the- lowett poiolble Hcurs Red Raspberries, Blackberries. Blueberries, Plum's, etc. Alio some 'fine B. C. Celery as well as a full line of other R C RHP HASl'HKRRIKS; flnosl quality. Price. ......................25c 2 l-askcts Jor (or ............25c KKNOHA lll.l'Br.KRHIE3--lYr )ioilinl ......20o IIKI1 bankets for ........-----25c UI.ACK C.'s, sllinll I'ri'.u1 OUL'ii .......................i -60C basket .....................40c case Al'lUCO.TS for preserving, per basUcl crate HARTU3TT Per basket 40c lll.l'B IJasket 60c CALIFORNIA.. liBD 1'cr bucket. ...60c_ RED ASTltAOHAN' Fine for Dating or .cooking. -o' pounds .for ...25c B. C. Finest quality, .per, pouod lOc 1 4 pounds for 25c GKKKN la llio.p'od. per iiouiul 5c HOT HOUSE 3 for 25c HOT HOUSE Per pound 20o Large slzo 10c grown, per pound 3c Office: Phoael271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 WEATHER We. guarantee t regarding your you and closing prices o y changes today were July I July Western Transier Co. j CM: Limited. PH'OME 1163. satisfy ice suppl RATES 10 Ibs. daily-----S2-00 P" month JO Ibs. daily.. ..S2.50 per montli I 'a Ibs. dally___53.00 month] on" the grain ex- dear OS Kdmonton, clear TO Calgary, clear .Macieoci, clear Medicine Hat. fair Saskatoon, lair .Moose Jaw, clear Port Arthur, fait Red Deev, clear Su-i'it Current, clear viVmiiipeg, clear The weather over .the. prairie prov- inces has been mostly clear Kith a few scattered showers in Alberta. Manitoba and. Sas- katchewan Fair and moderately warm toilay and Saturday. lair, and moderate- ly warm-today and Saturday. CITY AND DISTRICT Home Guard Tonight Open Closs The Home Guard will drill tonight 1.28 1.27 J at the Barracks drill ground at 7.30. 1.044; 1.04} j A full and prompt attendance is re- i quested. 527 Sih Street South. C'ARLYLE ICE CREAM IS'GOOD FOR CHILDREN J I -Sept. Jiily Sept. "The. Serbian sanitary commission and other.work suoported by special contributions ivii', go on as long as tn'ese contributions are available, but the general. 1'und obtained in the Un- i itpd States, .amounting to J1.S60.000, Trhl'-be 'exhausted "on October 1. Flax- July Oct'. -ill- -il 1.39 MIN'-X E APOLIS -Vf H EAT 1.391 1.32 1.0-iJ 1.05 Officials to Collect Advances An Ottawa dispatch says that homestead .nnd immigration officials will look after the 'collection of seed grain and relief indebtedness to the Dominion soverament .this fall. WE. HAVE A. FULL LINE- OF AUTOGRAPHIC KODAKS IN .STOCK You will be surprised at.the simplicity ,-ot- -the Autographic device which marks the biggest photographic advance .in twenty years, and which enables, yon to "write .it_ on the film at the time." We want you to have AUTOGRAPHIC BOOKLET CALL OR WRITE FOR QNE. The Red Cross Dnig Book Co., Limited CHICAGO WHEAT Expect to -Go to Front Constables IHington and Cameron 1.09 J 1.11 j Of the Grassy Lake detachment, R. N. M p._ expert to. leave next month for the front, as their time with .the LIVESTOCK Hogs Steers Cows..... Wethers Hogs Cattle PRICES Calgary YESTERDAY force then e up. Chicago Fernie Officers Here -J7 00 I Sergt.-llajor Barrigan and Orderly 55.75 (Room Sergt. A. J. Mott-of Company A, j 107th Regiment. Fernie, are in the' city today looting over the intern- ment camp, they vvill return to Fer- fPOSTPONED MCTION NOTICE unforseen change in the Auction 1 Sale cf Furniture-, advertised to; take place at the Saturday July 31st, has been postponed. for further E. II. Johnston .Auctioneer. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Track price of irheat 1.03J Wheat 93 O.-.ts '40 Flax 1.05 Barley 16 'BUYING PRICE FOR HAY >Tp. 1 timothy, bale.d ton 12.00 No. 2 timothy, baled, ton No. 1 prairie, baled, ton nie tomorrow. Entertained in'Medicine Hat Medicine Hat News: Commission- ers Grace and Reid of along wiiu the assistant engineer ot j that place, in the city this morn- j Ing, looking over the city's filtration i tiant, as they are improving theirs. They were tendered a luncheon at the Assiniboia by Mayor Hawthorne to- day.- 10.00 11.00 a.oo No. prairie, baled, ton 3UYING PRICES -FOH' VEGETABLES Lettuca, 15c. to 20e. a. buncbes. i Onions, green, lac. to 20c. a doz. I bunches. Radishes, loc. to ?0c. a-.t3oz...bnnch- 'S. Green peas, .per 1H.( 3 cents. Head lettuce, per doz., :20to 30c. New .-carrots, doz. bunches, 20e. New beets, per doz. bunches, 20c. N'eiy turnips, per doz. bunches, 20c. New potatoes, 525.00 per ton. Cauliflower, Toe. 'dozen.- Cabage, 12.00 per cwL Livestock find' Pputtry-'-" Choice steers, li to Cic.'. Fat coVs, to He.- ahoice'killing wethers, 6c. Choice killing ewe's, Select hpss, 150 to. 250. Ibs., 7c. Springers, 18c. per ib.; N70. 1 i to 12c. Dressed Poultryv-Fowl, 12. to Me. Fresh No. gathered, eggs fanners' 'daily ;gs 17c. per doz. butter 20c. AUCTION SALE TOMORROWNIGHT (SATURDAY.) AT 8.00 O'CLOCK SHARP AT McKILLOP'S OLD STAND, 3rd AVENUE FRANK WADD1NGTON is initrucud to sel by Public Auction and-Without Reierve, connignni'ent of Gents' Furnishings etc., Wool Penangle Underwear, W. G. R. Shirts, Colonial and Crescent Shirts, Fancy Arm Bands, Pullman Slippers, Gloves, Kliakf Shirts, Waist -Vests, High Grade Boots, etc. Terms Cash. No Reserve. To Picnic at the Lake The Primary department of the First Baptist church will hold a. pic- nic at Henderson Lake, tomorrow af- ternoon, Saturday. All the children of the Primary department are re- quested ,to meet at the church at 3 o'clock, and "in event of unpleas- ant weather, it will be ht'Id iu tne school auditorium. Had Sister in Medicine Hat Jlrs. A. Irish, who was1 shot and killed at Sunday, by the accidental discharge of a .revolver in the bands of Alfred E. Watson, a neighbor, was a sister of -Mrs. JV L. Pollock, who resided in Medicine Hat for some years, while Mr. Pollock was manager of the Ro'.ling Mills there. WiM Not Meet The ex-students of the Lethbridge 'High school will not meet tonight at the Central School auditorium. The draft of the constitution- for the so- ciety, which was to have been consid- ered tonight has not been prepared yet. The meeting will be announced Gets Military Cross ,C. who was for some time Canon Mowat's assistant in Cardstoii. has been'serving'-with. Ihe London. little Brigade in Ranters. He went ir.to on November j a, hut the regiment iiiia recontly heen en out, as there were ao few of j them Lient. Trevelyan, as he now. is, has baen awarded the JMlitary Cross for valor. Merc ?ess In tliis year of bountiful crops, there to be very, keen compe- tition in peas. Peas of a four-inch measurement are common nowadays. Airs. T. S. Mitchell, Hardieville, sends in' a that x'ies in no mean j manner with'other samples'of peas that were-mentioned seme time ago. Mrs. Mitchell says that her garden Ihas been producing potatoes Tor the I past five weeks.'- I How Captain Pott Died I At a Sons of England banquet, in Medicine Hat. Mayor Hawthorne men- something that thrilled the i hearts -of present, when he j stated that Mal6r Lightfoot of Win- i nipeg had said that Captain Frank j Pott had been found oh the field with his face toward tnn foe. He was put fu'il length, with Shis revolver grasped in his hand, and died like a gentleman and a hero, leading his men. !o victory. 0 TOILET WATER'FOR EXCESSIVE >EffSPIR ATfOM The Tqjlpt Water For Excessive ff'nK. Perspiration, Corrects perspira t i on the hands or ne c'k effecting t h e of any other of the body. Only t w o applicationSi each week are ne- cessary to keep the parts "natur- ally dry and odor- Daily baths do not lessen the effect. The Store OFF GIJTOMPESI Suggests Means of Corralling Millers Which are Really Cutworms H. -E. Hansen, a well known citi- zen ot Barons, writes to the Herald as follows have just read the article in the Herald on cutworms hy Entomolo- gist E. H, Strickland and am going i to send you a few words on the same' subject, hoping it may be of value. One evening this spring, when en- tering my bedroom-to retire I found that after lighting the lamp, the room became, in a few'mmutes, near- ly full of "millers." You see it was, a's early spring and no screens had'been, put up. After doing away with as many millers as possible I went to bed, -but not to sleep at i once, the many millers set me .think-1 ing. I thought of millers and then of i cutworms, and then ol millers again, j I concluded that the millers must be I the metamorphosed cutworms I further concluded that if X was pos- sihle to get so many into a lighted! room in less than live minutes, it j 'ought to, with the proper arrange- ment, he possible to catch millions in a I suggest that, each farmer, and the too, for that matter, build a number of- cages or traps made' -of wire screen over a light iron frame, large enough to hold many thousands, I think one of a cubic foot size might perhaps be larep enough, but larger wouldj-te better. It should be so arranged that a lighted lantcsn could be.hung in it, or under it, as the millers are .more likely to crawl up than down a funnel-shaped entrance should form the whole bottom of the trap. In the morning the trap could be. emptied after killing the millers over a small lire. Seme one ot an inventive turn of mind might construct a trap cspcci alh- adapted for catching the miller and find a ready market among the farmers, not so well equipped for making the traps. It stands to reason that when the cutworms are in the miller state, and the trap method as above suggesoad Droves a they are a thotib and times easier to exterminate-than are as worms. just how good a cook you are, unless you Have used SEWELL NOW CAMP HUGHES -Setfell. Man., -July Sw- ell, oh the "main line ot tho C.R.R., 114 Hilled -we t of Winnipeg which Police Looking J for Other Fellow With Dynamite "Why'didn't'-you arrest that'other fel'Iov.-? He has two suitcases of (iynamite. You've got the wrong said Karl Kanzen, arrested .last night oy Police-Constable Osborne lor being drunl; and disorderly. When arrested Kanzen wag .drunk, and probably not responsible for his hnt the iiolice are looking for the oilier tne same. Kan- xen. was fined and costs...with the option of thirty days in Jail, by. Magistrate Elton. His name alone Bliould -he enonsh to aend him to the internment camp. Try Rex-all Orderlies, the modern laxative. They are sold on a money back guarantee by J. D. Higinbothim it Co.', Limited, The Rexall Store, lOc, 25c and 50c FLOWERS, HOT HOUSE TOMATOES Frache Bros., Florists Funeral Flowers a Specialty Vulcanizing specialists, produce wort in auto tiro repairing of all kinds and guarantee their .work. B, Chajjlip. Son, props., old Sport- ing Goods Stand, on 5th St. South, rear McNabb's Saddlery. Storage )atterlcs recharged' and repaired.. Red Deer, July executive of the Alberta Temperance and Moral Reform ..-16115110 met today here for the first time .after the sweeping victor} at the polls, with a good attendance from practically all points. Announcement was made that thp majority for prohibition in the prov ince had now officially mounted over with most of the nortn jtolls in and was still climbing. TCsti mate waa made that it was likely lo reach ;Ono of the matters finally settled was that the league as an organiza- tion would; not make any move to wards closing the bars before the nut came naturally into force. .It was the Concensus of opinion that the people, hiving spoken on the act MS it stood H: should not be altered or tampered with in any particular. It was stated that the fight had been" won with a .total deficit of One-of, the problems of the near fu ture will be the -wiping out of this. VA committee was also appointed to deal with such matters as the sugges- tion to appoint a special commission to'carry out the provisions of the Liquor Act from July 1, 1916, although the idea.: received general endorsation and the tlie re-adjustment of ,th6 league-under a new name -so thtt it could carry out the work on a broader basis. New Groceries for August Business Our Nice Fresh Stock, Prompt De- livery, Service and Low Prlcep are bringing' and holding- many customers at oiir new store. We suggest that you try us next month. If we can't please you and give satisfaction in every way we won't expect to hold your patronage. We are still doing business at our old Dth -V j f.- Central Cash Grocery lllQethAve.S. (Thompson's old stand) Phone.057.' INSULT AMERICAN FLAG Washington, B.C., J.uly Mallery, an American, while riding in an automobile with .the son of the Chilean minister in Mexican City, was assaulted and threatened with death a few netr Puebla. The party carried diplomatic, dis- patches and the car flew the Ameri- can flag. ioba and Saskatchewan, ,has had its name changed, and'.will in future ha known as Corny Jiughea. has been the training area for the wiia uiu past -vears of all troons in Mani-' Calgary. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Thos. C. manager of the West Kootenay Light Power Co., at Cascade, struck by lightnjng, and killed. Alberta now'has men in uni- form, in Canada and 'abroad. 'Bridges and culverts have been washed out by heavy rains at Dids- bury, Private Ca'ider of the ,56th Battalion, was drowned in the Elbow River at German scientists have a glass for use in X-ray photography -which absorbs but from 10 to 15 per cent of the' rays, permitting much sharper pictures to be made than A Crowning Success is QUAKERBREAD Lnitorinlj Good, Light, Crisp, Flaky, Wholesome We can do nothing ifiore to make Quaker Bread better than lune Modern Equipment, Mofet Compe- tent Bakers and Siinitary Baking Booms. The Baker Phones 378 and 1027 GILMORE ;