Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Btst a day hotel inllberta An Extra Special on Preserving Cherries A SHIPMENT OF MAY DUKE. SOUR AND TARTARIAN. SWEET, JUST RE- ft ft ftC CEIVED. WHILE THEY LAST, EXTRA SPECIAL PER 4 BASKET 16 POUND CRATE.... At Creilon these CherrlM lire qutted wholenle at per pound 10 that we are selling thete at practically the nine price, leu the express charges. Only a limited quantity. Act quickly If you want any. EXTRA LARGE TINE BINS CHERRIES, 20 POUNDS NET WEIGHT TO THE Price per case........V. Price jier pound gQC RING CHERRIES ARE AT THEIR BEST THIS WEEK.. We have another shipment arriving on Wednesday. Large shipments of Strawberries to arrive tomorrow and Wednesday. Strawberries will soon be over. THE GOOD CO.Store: Pho.el271 525 r Plants, Vegetables Frache Bros. FIREMEN KILLED IN PHILADELPHIA FIRE Philadelphia, Pa.. June firemen were killed and fourteen oth- ers-were-iojured today, while fighting a fire which destroyed one of the buildings of Thomas Potter Sons, oti cloth manufacturing plant, at Sec- ond Dominion Day Celebration GOALDALE, JULY 1st ALL DAY AND EVENING BALL GAME'AT 11.60 A.M. In the afternoon, Horse Kaces, Foot Eace's, Basket Ball, Athletics Mid Cojiuc ._Events of all kinds. Liberal prizes offered for all events. If interested call up the COALDALE STORE, PHONE R-206. Cafeteria Iraich with good country grulb irlll be served at noon cvcsiiS. at all hours. Dancing in the New Htll afternoon and evening.- Good orchestra music. Every- body come and have a good time. COMMITTEE. I Be sure and ask for B. C. Full Quarts, which contain 12 Ibs. More Fruit to the Case than the pint baskets being sold on the market See what you save. R A. McKU-LOP Phone 1113 Phone 416 Chiifcb, Cor. 5th Avenue and 13th Street JVorth Tomorrow Evening WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23RO. Messrs. A. G. Virtue and E. H. J. Forrester will diMnisM the Liquor Act. INVITED------ The Miners' Band will play in.front of the Church from 7 to 7.30. Bom to 8.M. UNION CHOIft ASSISTED IY AN ORCHESTRA YOU ARE ANOTHER. WEATHER Lethbridge, clear 70 15 Edmonton, fuir 70 -IS .Saskatoon, clear 69 -18 Swift Current, clear 66 -H -13 Kegina, clear Kamloops Red Deer, cloudy Calgary, clear Macleod, clear. 71 Medicine Hal, fair 71 Winnipeg, clear Port Arthur, fair The weather oter the prairie prov- inces lias mostly clear and line.! FORECAST and i warmer today, showery tomorrow, j Saskatchewan and j and mostly fair, but local showers. 8" 0 oil -41 10 34 50 .03 GS -12 56 32 CITY AND DISTRICT Tax Redemptions July 18 is the date on "hich ilie property sold under the recent tai sale will be transferred to the pur- chasers. Those wishing to redeem their property should do so before this daie. Transferred to Calgary Dudley Cocq, for the oast four years a msmber'pf the Imperial Bank staff in the been transferred to the Calgary branch of the tank, and left this afternoon for his new position. S. S. Dunham to Speak The citizeus of Jenner, on the Bas: sanoAlaple Greek line are planning a big celebration for Dominion Day, and have asked S. S. Dunham, vice- president of-the UJP-A., to be the speaker of the "occasion. Mr, Dun- ham has accepted. Another Four-Legged Chicken Yesterday the. Herald recorded the existence of a four-legged chirfeen on the farm of D. D.. Kippen, east of Milk River. This must be a year of the Raymond Lead- er has discovered a four-legged chick- en, too. It says; "W. Paris has a freak of nature in his poultry flock in the shape of a'four-legged chicken. The bird is a' pnre-bre'd .black Lang- shau, but, in spite of its blue blood, it abnormal. The legs are well matured, the front one .being used for navigation purposes, the hind ones for ornamentation. The chicken, seems strong and healthy, but it is not likely that it will live long. Re-stringing TENNIS RACQUETS If your racket is old, and the stringing has .loosened, bring it to us. We .will'get the string replaced and make it like new. Medium-qua lily string' Best''Quality .-W.OO The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Phone S55 Third S. Percy Crompton Dies Percy Crompton, until recently con- nected'with the :20th Battery, and well known in the.city, died suddenly of heart failure on Saturday. The de- ceased man, who. was 39 years old, came from England some time ago in search, of health, and apparently was progressing nicely until he enlisted and the strenuous .training began, to effect him. The funeral was held from Fetterly'B undertaking .parlors this afternoon at 2.30, where .the ser- vice was cqnductea.'by'Rsv. Caripn Me- MKlen. Interment took place-in the Anglican cemetery. MARKETS Save potatoes Green FRESH 35c per pound 3 pounds for.. Special price for large amounts. J.yigiRfeothanftCo.ltt, The Store SUGGESTIONS WANTED AH athletic organizations and other societies in the city. have suggestions for the Dominion Day celehratidn, are asked to send representatives to the meeting of the program committee at the Board of Trade office nt S o'clock to- night. CITY AND DISTRICT Fertile Visitor Warner of the Fernie Brewery is a visitor iu the city for the week, accompanied by ilrs. Warner and familv. Transferred to Lethbridge Hiss Iva Walker of the telephone service has been transferred from Calgary to Lethbridge, where she is to be chief News. Undergoes Operation S. W. Tuckwell was taken from his home, S19 Sixth street, Monday, to Gait hospital, undergo an opera- tion. Macleod Banker Transferred R. N. Hanson, manager of the Northern. Crown Bank at High Riv- er, becomes manager at Calgary, and is succeeded by M. El Gray of Mac- leod. TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Juno 22i ppening and closing prices on the grain exchanges today were Wheat- July Oct......... Dec.......... Oats- Culy Oct. Julv Open Close 981 1.00 -l.OOt ass- 53 53J- Oei 1-54 l. WINNIPEG CASH PRICES l.SO 1.5H 1.54 1.5H Wheair- No. I No, -I........................... No. 5 Oats- No. 2. C. W................ No. 3 C. W.............. Extra No. 1 Feed Flax- No. IN. W..C............. No. 3 C. W............. CHICAGO Wheatr- July Sept. Dec. 1.02 MINNEAPOLIS l.H- 1.10J l.OSi 5H- 5H i.oi f 99J 1.02J 1.15J Soci.ty Reprewntativei The following were, elected as so- ciety reoresentatives from Wesley Methodist 'church on Sunday last: James Benton C E R W Buchanan W R Fairbairn Robert Livingstone Dr Lovenng and R E Skeith These gentlemen become members of the official Jward for the ;urrent year. Hail at Clareiholm A severe hail storm swept strip of counto west of Claresholm on Saturdav afternoon according to jan authoritative renort in "the city I The area affected was from eight to ten miles long and three mile" "We, and about 7000 acres of crop were damaged from to 75 ner cent This is the first hall storm of the season and was the most severe that has vis ited this district for some time This is a warning to farmers to get their :rop Insured against hail now. A-void harsh purgatnes for children The laxatiie is Rexall Orderlies sold only by I D Higinbotham fc Co, Limited The Rexall Store IOC, 2oc 50c CARD OF THANKS 1 wish to thank the many friends who shown me so much sympa. thy in mj recent bereavement, also the members of the Moose.'LoaC" for their prompt payment o[ foenefltB Oliver G. Dunn. Slot machines are again the vogue :n :Lothbridge, as elsewhere, since tUey haw been declared legal by the Supreme Court. The police commis- sion have decided to charge a license for each machine operated here. The Cojmcil have approved of the license. Carmangay .......r Carmangay Sun: E. 0. Follis will leave town on iMonday next for Innis- fail, where he has mirchased another drug business. He will sti'll retain his business in Carmangay, and his father, R. J. Follis of Macleod, will move to town to take charge of the store here. _. ______ Police Court Rl Harrop, a farmer, was charged with driving an automobile on the city streets while intoxicated. He pleaded not guilty. C. F. Harris ap- peared for him and asked that the trial be remanded till Thursday morn ing. Harrop's hail for was ex- tended. Bill and Nick Sapaaesuk, Austrians and brothers, were fined and costs each at- the police court this morning for being -drunk. They pleaded guilty. Weeks Well Progressing H. H. Cutler and Dr. H. A. Heichen- bach, his oil operators from the States, returned to tho city today from a trip of inspection to the Weeks well! thirteen miles southwest ol lardston. They have very little to say but state that they are satisfied with the progress of the drilling. The well is now down 700 feet, which is very lair progress considering tlie hard nature of the rock! It is .only about ten dhys since drilling was com- menced. Julv sept Dec. 9H 1.014 LIVESTOCK" PRICES YESTEROAV Calgary: Hogs, 18.16; Winnipeg: Hogs, cattle, Chicago: 16.85-19.00. NOTICE moved from Street South to 517 6th St. South. H. M. KNAPP. BUSINESS LOCALS R J. Vinnicorribe, piano tunsr for Heintiman Company, will in Lelhbridge all thte week. I'Thow their pianos tuned, kinoh-1 leave orden Httti 1H-31 Farmers to Visit Experimental Farm The Vulcan Board of Trade lias re- cently had a communication from W. H. Fairtieid, superintendent of -the Dominion Experimental Farm, Lett; bridge, asking if the Board would ar. range for the farmers of V.ulcan and district to take a day trip, along with the farmers from other .towns on the line, and visit the Experimental Farm at Lethbridge. The manage ment at the farm would 'arrange to bays a caterer on hand for the bach- elors, lunch to be served at a rea- sonable families could take their baskets. The date of tho trip is not yet arranged, but Mr. Fair- field suggc-ts either 'second or third week in July. Good for ijoti Baking Day Steadies Crystal Brand Creamery Butter The Best Fresh Butter on the Market. "Sold by All Grocers. Fresh Buttermilk Cooling, Delicious and Healthful Drink In Hot 5c; Gallon 15e. The Crystal Dairy Limited Cor. 13th Street Ave. PHONE 1576 Whether women Imve'the right to vote or not they have the right to a good cup of are guaranteed the -best they drink BLUE RIBBON TEA Send tliis Advertisement with 25 cents to-Blue' Hfbtwn, Limited, Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. Write name and address plainly. T _ Biairmpre Masonic Lodge Blairmore Masonic Lodge has re- ceived its charter. G. A. Passmore s the W.M. Courts Firm Awlgns -The .firm of Hall: Dickenson. Coutls, has .made an assignment to j tu6 British Canadian Trust Co. COOK IN A COOL KITCHEN DON'T swelter over a hot range this summer. The NEW PERFECTION Od Cookstoye keeps your kitchen cool and clean and. docs away with all the ash-pdn, coal-hod drudgery of the coal range. THE NEW PERFECTION lite gas. reguUtei like ind cooks like gas. It is gas stove comfort with kerotene oii- NF.W PERFECTIONS are sold in 5 and 4 burner sizes by dealers everywhere. Jf your dealer cannot supply you, write ui direct. ROYAL1TE OIL GIVES RESULTS "NOW SEHVINO 1013 HOMES" THE IMPERIAL OIL-COMPANY -'Limited'