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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING T THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE FLOUR YOU KAOW IS Hotel Windsor I Beat ajar hotel JiillltertiJ WEEK-END NECESSITIES AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES IDAHO Ill.A.OKBEHRIGS-2 tor..... KBXOHA pound HKl'l baskets for ............25c HL-U'K (Vs. Price cadi DLACK pound baskets, basket .....................we case APRICOTS'for preserving, per basket .......45c PIT crate.............'.................51.55 CALIFORNMA RED basket ....6UO RED ASTltACHAN for eating or cooking., II pounds for quality, per pound... .10c MOW pounds for ...........25o r.REEX PEAS-r-In the pod, per pound ........5c HOT HOUSE for.........25c HOT HOUSE pound .....20o size srown, per pound .........3c office: THE GOOD CO, Storc HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 Lethbridge, clear Edmonton, cloudy Saskatoon, fair '5 Swift Current, fair 71 Kegina, ciourfv Winnipeg, fair Port Arthur, fair Ked Peer, cloudy Calgary, clear 55 52 71 M 70 51 7o -15 7-t 5S 70 -13 7S 53 62 IS 7I> 51 88 55 CO Delivered. Daily. (0 ;tll inirts.-of the city We guarantee tt> satisfy you. wh t__ rcgardina your ice .supply. RATES 10 Ibs. diily..'..52.00 per month I October 20 Its. daily...-52-50 per month I !0 Ibs. per month j West err. transfer Co. j p.W-. luly SATURDAY' S GRAIN PRICES Wirnipeg, Man., July and closing jirices on the local.grain e.xehanse today were: Open 12S 105V.. .Medicine Hal, fair Prince Albert, fair Moose. Jaw, cloudy Kamiool's..................... Pentictop. SI The weather over the prairie prov- inces has been mostly iair wltii scat- tered showers. FORECAST All iew scattered sliowers, hut mostly fair 1 and moderately warm today and on Sundav. Limited. PHONE 1163. 537 Sin Street South. CA'RLYLE ICE CREAM FOR CHILDREN DON'T FORGET THE Auction Sale of Gents' Furnishings in H. A. McKillop's Old Stand TONIGHT 135% 139 Minneapolis Wheat 1S2 13S 1405: Chicago Wheat 136 10-H 10SU October July September July September........ LIVESTOCK .PRICES 'YESTERDAY Calvary Hogs. 57.50; cows, S5.75-SfJ.00; S5.75- SSCMcago: ?li.30-J7.00; cattle, J6.iOJ510.35. .LOCAL MARKETS BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ryan (nee Miss Kennedy) Macleod. on Thursday, July a daughter. CITY AISTD DISTRICT Miners' Concert Tomorrow The .Miners' band wii'; give a con- cer1, tomorrow evening, at No. 6 mine. Musicians. Notice The regular meeting of theAlusi- clans' union will-be held in theXabor Temple, Sunday, August 1, at 3 p.m. WE HAVE A FULL LINE; OF AUTOGRAPHIC KODAKS IN'STtfcK You will lie surprised at the simplicity of the Autographic device 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' CALL OR WRITE FOR' ONE. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited LOCAL GRAIN Track price ol wheat PRICES 1.03} 93 .....i...... 40 1.05 Wheat Oati Flax Barley 'lfi BUYING .PRICE FOR HAY No -1 bale.d ton 12.00 Noi baled, ton..... 10.00 No 1 baled, ton......11-00 No. ton...... 9.00 BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Lettuce, loc. to 20c. a doz, bunches. "Onions, green, 15c. to 20c. a doz. bunches. lia'dishes, lac. to 20c. a doz. bunch- Green peas, per lb., 3 cents. Head lettuce, per doz., 20to 30c. New carrots, doz. bunches, 20c. NeW- beets, per doz. bunches' turniDE, per doz. bunches, 20c. Nen- potatoes, 125.00 per ton. Cauliflower, lie. dozen. Cabage, per owt. and Poultry Choice steers, 0 toJJcJ Fat cows, .fii to kiiKng wethers, 6c. kiHing ewes, 5J.c. Select hogs, lad-to.250 Ibs., 7c. 'Live ISc.. per lb.; No: 1 fowl, 10 to 13c. Dressed 12 to. 14c, Fresh gathered eggs-lTc. per doz. No. 1 farmers' dairy butter 20c. When the. little ones need a laxa- tive "give Re'zall- are I and pleasant to take. Sold only by J'. D. HigiEftotliam Co., Limited, j The Rexall Store, lOc, 25c and 50c J boxes CANADIAN Ftii'cs and Good Traiii Service to the Saskatoon Exhibition The ToilfeE Water For: Excessive Perspiration, Corrects extreme perspir a t-i-o-n.. the armpits, hands n e c k, without the perspiration'" oC-any other part of .the body. Only t w o applications each week.are cessary to k e'o j) the parts natur- ally dry and odor- less. Daily baths do not lessen the effect. Cowley Old-Timer' Drowned has been received from the Peace River country of the death by drowning cf one of Cowiey's old-tim- ers, C. Bryce Miller. Suspends Publication The Fernie District Ledger, the nf-. ficiai organ of. District 18, of the U.M. W. of A., aniiQunces that it will sus-1 penti publication after July 31. j Captain HiQinbotham Here Captain Harold I-Hgiubothain of the J4th Battalion. C.E.F., nmv training at London, 6nt, returned yester-I day for a visit with his parents, Mr.! and -Mrs. J. D. Higinbotham. He will j return east on Monday, to join his1 regiment, which, he expects, will go; across to England shortly, having i ;en training for six months. Band Concert Sunday The City band will give a concert on Sunday evening in the Gait Gard- ens, weather permitting. Bandsmen will meet at eight o'clock on the bandstand. Concert will begin at S.30 sharp. Band. practice will be iield in the band rooms at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon to run over the programme. Move From ShorncHffe That the 31st Battalion is.'rib longer at ShorncHffe is the information con- veyed by a letter received from Feed MacBeth, who states that, the battal- ion marched some 18 miles to Lydii on the sea coast, where they will take musketry practice. The letter also states that the "boys are rapidly get- ing into shape..' Potatoes Grown on Stocks "You don't need to dig.the ground up to nick-potatoes'in-my garden, you can go and pick .them off the said R. Hoyle, when he brought in to the Herald a sample of1 potato UJCB Mr. i He brought into the Her Hoyle planted early Ohio potatoes'in j 0 DO'RO'HO THE TOILET WATEB TOR EXCESSIVE PERSPIRATION just how good a cook you are, unless you have used j.O.Hi The Colorado Springs, Colo., July Thirty-five persons were injured in the derailment of Santa Fe train No. one man was drowned, and two 'are .missing, as the result of a cloud- burst late last'. niglit, near Crewes, eight niiles south of Colorado Springs. .Bert Colburn, an automobile driv- er.; was drowned, and V. H. Lucas, a tanch owner, and Harry Rohinepn are missing. Heavy rains in the hills sent a tor- rent-down a dry arreyo, -washing out the 'supports of a railroad culvert. When the reached the.'bridge the .engine, crossed' in safety, nut the baggage car and chair' oar turned over, and six sleepers left the track. The circumstances surrounding the derailment were similar to those of thejEdeir wreck on the .Denver Rio Grau'de! Railroad, between Colorado Springs and Pueblo, eleven years ago, in which nearly one hundred passen- gers were drowned. .None; of the injured are believed Nof today did the seriousness f the situation become known, as all leans of communication were inter- upted... Rescuers who left iiere .in utomobiles experienced difficulty in eaciiihg the scene. MagrathManHas Some Fine Wheat IP changed A new office will be to show their interest by visiting the Diiilt at'the back of the store and the Claresholm It is possible that provision department, for which.new this citj he represented M a 'iitures have been bought will.be in- good sized dc'agitlon President Mar nf. Trade, is en- stalled at the front. 'One of the' successful farmers ol the Magratii district is T. Patchmgb who farms on section 32-6 22 U though Mr. is get- intr well along in vears, he-can show 10 me HKiam ii bttitn'ic nil, stocks with six good pota- a field of grain this year-tint equals toes sprouting from the sides. August Jne-Way Fare for Round Trip all in Alberta and Saskatchewan G'oing Dates Aug. 2 to Aug. 5. filial Return Limit-r-A ug. informafcion from any Ticket Agent, or V K. DAWSOIS, DiitfiH-PiO'enger Agent. Calgary.. Furthe his" garden in and {he freak growth resulted in 'some instances. In tiie hill where the stock there were no potatoes..at the 'roots. Entomoligical Here -George II. "Corbeti and "E. Har- greaves, British entoroo'iigical stud- spent yesterday and today in the city, looking over the entdnioligi- cal department of the Experimental Kami. They were entertained by E. II. Strickland. They have been in America for eleven months, and have travelled all over the United States [and Canada, pnending some months I in American universities.. They will return to England by way of Wash- D.C., which made their, headnfarters. They declared that Lethbridge was, in their estimation, the prettiest spot In the west. They were particularly pleased w.itli their visit to the Experimental farm, and ipecialiy Mr. Strickland's depart- ment. his wheat nearly ling a sample tall as-himself IlIS wilt! a. L HLitii v ou bttter ot 'to treat you so'. you'll come nml Don't Citizeiis Lumber Co. iMlGtli Street Plan Excursion to Orcat interesl is being aroused in the city by the announcement cf the (excursion to the Clarcsholm Agricul- I tural school which is being lichl on i August fith, under the aus- pices''of the Provincial Department i of Agriculture. Ifwouid seem that this excursion had been arranged at this time especially that the people of this-district'might have the on- The. Good Co. have plans completed oi visiting an agricultural Lue.uuuu Ulalla pOTtllnliV UI vlMl'lllg, or and.extensions to their, school, the duplicate tore hiii'iding, made necessary by the are for, ior onstant..increase ir. business. A The excursion of which they this district, will give the farmers nown. Mr. Good has purchased the and in fact.all those who are inter nterest of his partner, and the chang- s tie contemplates making are evicl- nce of his progressiveness and de- ermination to .provide a modern and service for his patrons, A hirty-foot extension- ,will be added o the rear of the present store and un elevatoi will be .The jresent arrangement .'of the store will JP changed A new office wfll be Dulit at'the back of the store and the irdvision department, for which.new estcri in dgnculture a splendid op porhiniU to s-e how agriculture is taught to the ircn md women under the system describ ed bs Dr Huthrrford on Ihursdav night ai. the best' on the continent Now thai this southern district is in the running for a school of this kind it is up'to the farmers, and others Wheat Lands For Sale liiy WEST 23, .T Ri2Ji' OF 4th 'MERIDIAN. Tenderers raw submit their best terms: The highest or any tender not necessarily acdeptedv' Tenders closed Sept. ,1st; 1915. The Estate of 'the' late T. Crockett, Riviera du Loup Station P HOLLAND'S LARSER ARMY The Hague Netherlands Iillv 30, The new Dutch Lund sturm bill was adopted to the nrst chamber toiJaj and became' a law The measure nrovides Ur m racreise 'n the total trained soldiers Lethbridge Pastor New President of- Summer School Euicher Creek, July -The offi- cers of- the Southern Alberta annual sunimer school, now being held in Mordeh's Grove, under the auspices of tho blinday schools and Epworth leagues o_f the Methodist church, are as foUowb Rev. J. B. Francis, pre- J, V. Howey, secretary; Revf A Lytle, local secretary. e from as far west as Cole- uin north to Staveley, east to Bow Island iiuirberlng up to forty, are in attendance. The morning's program, consists of singing, devotional exer- cises, 'lectures and discussions. Each afternoon is left free for recreation: tennis tramps, hikes, motor rides, baseball, taffy putts, etc. The even- ing is usually devoted to lantern lde' lectures, and camn fire talks. Manv prominent clergymen of tbe province are in attendance as lectur- ers; "R6v. Arthur Barnes, 'Calgary; Re> H D Marr. B.A., Calgary; Rev Calgary; Rev. T. Murray Presbyterian cliurch, Coleman; Rev J. P. Westman, Rev. D. M. Man'. Cal- garj and Rev. Charles Bishop, Bow noch of "the Bbaril of-Trade, is en j deivoring to stimulate interest in the excursion' aihons- and girls of Holland to approximately i 0 000 officers and of who are arms ___________ .HJIIIV ot the city It fs hoped that a Hum LOOKING 0VER; FACTORIES her ofHhc'olclw puWic school, ami TT M" n A Thort high whool pupils will he able to Ottawa. take m the trip The lare for them (as. Tenrefeentative -of Lloy.1 .George, will Sftc; -and "this will in w clude a. luiiclieon" oh the arrival of the train at the farm and another the train'leaves. The train leaves LcthhridgC: at 0 a.m. and returns in evening..Fare for adults is This Is the third year the has been held in Plnc'ner Island, school Creek; The Spanish Jiovernnient has estah Jisn'cd a opnr.se of free lectures 01 ftish art and history at Madrid (lie tcncfit ot tourists. Biltish Minister of Munitions accom named by J D Cirr and General hon left toclav'for Montreal where the> will loin General Bertram and proceed on e tour of inspection ol munition factories ;