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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta f New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up LETHBRIDGE -DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor M jl.8 idiy Hotel inUterti Madam: When the grocer says its just as good as Taylor Made he doubts your judgment A Few Fine Preserving Lines at Low Price SOME EXTRA FINE B. C. mellow flavor, largo strawberry ibaskots. Price each Or per crate of" 24 BING quality; 20 pound cases. -Price .per case Or par noutid 2Qc ROYAL ANN 4 basket a few left. Special per crate. SOUR PRESERVING CHERRIES 24 full plat baskets, very limited Per crate Or'2 baskots for 25c. SOME EXTRA FINE GREEN PEAS IN THE POD AND GREEN APPLES JUST RECEIVED. RED RASPBERRIES WILL BE COMING IN REGULARLY NOW. THE GOOD CO. HIGH.CLASS CROCH.IES Pkoael271 Phtle 525 WEATHER i e E Delivered Daily to all parts of the city We guarantee to satisfy you regarding your 'ree supply. .RATES psr month M Ibl. per month JO Ibs. daHy. per month Western Transfer Co. Limited. PHONE 1163. MARKETS MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Wianipeg, Man., .June and closing prices on the grain ex- changes todav were. Open Close July ...........1.31 1.02J 1.32-1 1.01 1.04 si; 13J ICE Delivered Daily TfERMS REASONABLE PHONE 701. JHO. Brodie Oct! Julv So. 1 Nor.................-.. No. 2 .No.' 3 Oats- No. 1 X. W. C.......... No. 2 C. W................. MINNEAPOLIS 1.311 1 03} 1.044 1 l.OSf CHICAGO 1.51 1.53 CASH-PRICES 1.33J 1.29) 1.254 1.5U 1.48J Sept. Sec. We Write ..Ml INSURANCE In Reliable Com- panies with GENEROUS ABJdSTMEXTS Phone or write us and we will call on you. 'GENERAL INSURANCE AND C. P. P.. LAND AGENTS. FLOOR SHERLOCK BLDG. PHONE 1343. Julr Sept. Dec. 1.04 1.051 1.02 1.03 1.05J 1.051 LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wheat, per bus... 11.01 Hail Insurance LOWEST RATES. PAID IN FULL IN CASH. PROMPT ADJUSTMENTS. BAOH POLICY BACKED BY OVER ASSETS. 8EE US. (WHIM pet. flax per bus FOR HAY'" ko 1 tbnotar bated too Hi.DQ iNo 2 timtithjr balod ton 14.M i.No 1 jrame tmothr 3 prairit iimnthv, baled tea 9-08 BUYING PRICE ran VDGETAILES Asparagus 3 for 36c Boetc V A CeltrT 19c old 2Jc tl Carrots lew 4c Cucumbero, lOc. to 20c. each. Lettuce Ic buich foiosa green Ic bunch Onions wtrte 4c ft Patmivc 2c ft Potatoes t 8oc to Sac. bus. Potatoes. Alberta. !Cc. to 85c. bus. Potatoes 4 Ilia lor 2ac. IMuoM Ic buiob ItksuNKk Se wJ 4c Soinacti Sc It Tonatwo tot kaUx 2oc It. T iciipc, H M owt RETAIL PRICES ISc. to 30c. dozen. Ooootbenries. 2 boxes, for 25o. (hue InM to >c eacb LMws Me doios He to 35c dozen FuMWlw lUc to each. Stffftorfevries. 2 [or 25c. StrawterriM, No. 1 quart boxes, I M per CBJC Charrtet koxos for 25c 2 ooxes for 25c. Lethbridge, clear 57 32 .01 Edmonton...................... 60 42 Macleod 65 42 Medicine Hat 56 48 Saskatoon, cloudy 60 41 Calgary........................ 45 40 Prince'Albert, clear 50 42 .40 Regina, clear 49 48 Kamloops 68 56 .01 The weather over the prairie prov- inces has been mostly clear with scattered showers. FORECAST Western Provinces Westerly winds, fine and moderately warm today and Tuesday. BIRTHS June 25th, to Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Doss, 384 12th Street South, a son. CITY AND DISTRICT Goes to Camroie Public School Inspector Sansom of Macleod has been appointed teacher in mathematics at the Camrose Nor- mal school. Day at Warner The: annual children's day celebra tion of Warner was held yesterday at o'clock in tha church there, under the direction of Rev. L. L. Orth. Kontisb Men to Meet The Lethbridje Kentish association will meet tonight at 8 -o'clock in St. Mary's Hall. .All members please notice. Rural Relatlona Committee There will be a meeting of the Rur- al Relations Ccmir.iitco 'Of the Board of Trade tomorrow', afternoon at the Board of Trade offices at 3 o'clock. S. S. Dunham is- chairman of the committee. Elk Rlvar Flood. The Elk River here rose about two feet. within thirty-six. hours, from Friday to, yesterday .and is at high water mark for the rear1. Two pass- enger trains were brought over the Kootenay Central from Golden yes- terday .because of a .washout east of that place an the main line. A ,mud slide at Swinton, opposite Mprrissev, field up traffic OD tbe Gr.N. yesterday, but all lines will be open tomorrow. Had Brother's''Funeral The. Toronto Telegram contains the following "further', account the death of the sons of a Lethbridge citi- zen: "George VT. .Close of Cooksville was to have attended the.Inquest on his brother, toy wn'o. was 'fat- ally injured by a train at Cook'iville a few daye When the. inquest was opened the coroner informed the ury that Mr. Close had died su'dden- y at his homeland the Inquest was adjourned. Mr. Close has made ar- rangements with R.ESli! to look.after he funeral of hie brother on -Monday. He went back to Cooksville" that and next day was found dead by his wife. The fattter of the two men lives at Lethbridee, Alta." Fishing Tackle TROUT SEASON OPENING, JULY 1. We have a new complete stock of Fiahlng Rddi, Landing Ntti, Baikets, .Reels, Lines, Flies, Fly Books etc. BE A CATCH BY USING THE RIGHT KIND. The Red Cross Drag Book Xo., Third Ave. S. Transplanted That's-really-what Hannony Intense Bxtrafcls are: The sub- tle" odors of abme of the-dainti- est flowers have been faithfully preserved to :a rare degree in Harmony Intense Berfjunes The manufacture of these de- licate extracts has added to, rather than detracted from the original -sweetness of the scent that 'frlls the- imphreked bloa- soriis. Harmony Intense Toilet incmde Perfume, Sachet and Water, and each retains; the exquisite freoh- ness and of the real flower. You have. choice of sixteen odors in 'Perfume, and four eaoh in the Sacfiet and Toilet Water. Today Only An Ounce of Ptrfumc, any odor, arid Perfymitcr 89c J.H1ijjiiibothHlCo.Ltd, The Store KITCHENER HOAXED WORLD, SAYS ENGLISH JOURNALIST New York, June 25. The British army now numbers not a million or two million but upward of four mil- lion men, according to an article pub- lished in the July number of the Am- erican .magazine on the authority of J. Herbert Buckworth, an English newspaperman who has resided and worked in New York the last 10 years, bufc who returned to his native land on the outbreak of .the war. "When the--British secretary of state for "war, Lord Kitchener, first conceived the idea of -putting into the field four million 5Ir. Buck- worth said, "he realized that it wquH 'be a grave strategical error to let the enemy: know what really afoot. Rather, the game should be to call for million men and then press-agent the world with stories that the British empire was about to crumble for lack of men. This cam- paign has been completely success- ful." Clear s imioBsible with- out healthy .towel action.: Kexall Or- derllw are'a specific acaiut consti- pation. SoW wily by J. D.; Higinhoth- an ft Co., Liniteil, the Keiafl Store; lOc, 25c and ment. Popular Outing The Sunday Bchoots attached to St. Cyprian's, St. Augustin's and St. Mary's churches .of this, city, in con- nection with, the. Anglican Sunday' schools of and Pinch, er Creek, have ,arranged to hali a ;rand combined picnic at Brocket, oil ednesday, Cheap railroad wilt obtain, the general ;pub- ;ic is invited to participate in the trip. The train is scheduled to leave Leth- bridie. about nine o'clock a.m., and on the return journey is ar- rive in this city about twelve'hours later; so that fatiguing railroad ourney will be avoided. la one of the prettiest places on the and there a famftus Anglican Indian mission school is located. Ar- rangements are being whereto the children of; St. school, nder certain conditions, .wlll'-ba pro- vided with free transportation. Get Your Farm Home from the Canadian Pacific An invJVOBBe arw of the moot fer- tile- land in Western for aale at low prices and easy terai, from to 130.00 for farm lands with ample irrlftttd from 185.00. down; balance within twopty years. In irrigation districts, Iota for farm bulldlnfs, ate., slso re- payable In tmnty yean. Here Is your opportunity to inqreme _ jour farm hoMIolB by getting adjomiig land, or secure your friandc a.i nelchbon. For literature and .particulars to A. F. CAMERON, Oon'l. of Uinds Dept. of Natural CALGARY ALiERTA OK WILSON SKCITH 4- Florists Frache PotUd VegrtabIM ONLY FIVE OF 22 OFFICERS London, June O'Flj-nn ot the Second--Battalion, writing June 18, says: "We have been reliev- ed after vseen days In tbe trenches. There are oily-.five left the old compa nvof.-officers out of landed in France. We have the sat- isfaction, however, of knowing that we have accounted for more Geraaans than they did to Alfalfa Sown May 2f Up Four Inchei C. M. McLennan, in a letter from the Herald farm at Baley, says: "The crops are still looking fine, though it is about time we had Home good grow- ing weather. alfalfa 8own 28 up over four inches, and ojir winter wheat is, all headed'out." Carlyle Ice Cream Always the same- Pure, Rich, Wholesome, Delicious Qt. Brick 60c Per gal The Crystal Dairy Limited Cor. IMh Wroot Sth Ays. COMBINED CHOIR RE- HEARSAL ]u connection with the Do- minion Day Celebration the members of of the various churches in Leth- ibridge have consented to as- sist in the musical part of the program. A short practice will' be ,held this evening at St. Augustm's Hall at 7.30 sharp at 'which as many mem- bers of the choirs as can pos- sibly attend are requested to oe present.' The committee .would also1 appreciate the co-operation of all. other singers in the city whoXare willing to give their services, and cordially invite them to ihe present at tonight's rehearsal. EXPLOSION KILLS SEVEN Pa., June probably were fatally burned in ah ex- plosion of gasoline today at the works of thtrAetna Explosives Co. in this city. The explosion occurred in a cor- rugated iron building and the men eecaped by jumping from windows while their bodies were ablaze like torches. TO REGISTER SOLDIERS Winnipeg. June iera from Manitoba now in camp at Sewell are to be re- glstered for election purposes. CANADIAN PA.CIF8C Special Fares to Good going June 22 July 6. Ketiirn limit July 9. Dominion Day Excur- sions Going Djtei Junt July 1. Return Limit -July 5. Further information from Ticket-, Agent. R. DAWSON, DIMrict Agent, Calgary. CANADIAN NATIONAL PATRIOTIC WEEK Winnipeg, July 1st to 10th, Fare and One-Third for the Hound Trip. From all Stu.loni In Alberta and Siikatchnwan. ON SALt JUNE 2tth TO JULY 4th. HITURN LIMPT JULY 12th, Further particulars from an> agent or R Aftnt, "MOVER" SAYS "OTJK BEST'! PHONE 637. W. L. McKENZIE CO. 718 3rd AVENUE SOUTH. IN THE CIJY In Column" Will be Published Every Monday Church Announce- menta for the Coming Week. Notices for Thig Column Should Reach omce not later than 10 a.m. Monday. Announcements of Enter- tainments for which Admission is Charged will not, of course, be accept- ed for this, column. At Knox The session and. board of managers of Knox church, 'assisted by West- minster .'G.uild will he at home to the choir in the school room at S o'clock tonight The .weekly prayer service wfi! be held in Baptist church, in conjunc- tion with the nailed prayer service of the south' side churches. A preparatory service will be held' in the church on. Friday evening, prior to sacrament of: the Lord's- will be dispensed next Sabbath" morning. The ladies of Knox church will have charge of the Red Cross .sewing rooms on Monday of each week. At St. Andrew's The Women's Missionary society of St. Andrew's church will meet to- morrow afternoon: at the manse. The Onward Bible; class will hold Site regular meetlnz Wednesiday at eight' o'clock. At Wesley The regular" evening service .wIM 'be combined'with the1 other churches, and wiir'be held in the Baptist church, at eight o'clock. J Choir practice will be held as us- ual on Friday evening. Provision wtll. be made for a leader. iNext "Sunday Dominion Day antl Fourth of July sei vices will be preached. At Westminster The Epworth league will meet, to- night as usual at 7 10 in the church The mid-it eek prayer service wiil be held in the church at eight o clock The Wbmen'B. Missionary society will meet on Wednesday afternoon 5n the church Mrs Tibert, the local delegate to the recent convention m Edmonton, will give a renort of the conference The usual choir nractice will be held on Friday evening. St. Augustln'i The Women's Auxiliary of bt Aug ustin's church will meet tomorrow afternoon in the (parish hah at four o'clock. As this is the last regular meeting of the W. A. this season, a full attendance is requested. St. Mary's A vestry meeting .held in the vestry of St. Mary's church on Tues- day evening at eight o'c'iock. The regular service of Intercession be held on. Wednesday ovening at eight o'clock. St. Cyprian's The -Brotherhood of St. Andrew will meet in the parish hall of St. Cyp- rian's Church mou Wednesday evening at .7.30, .and the service of interces- sion will he held at eight o'clock. Baptist A. special "Pals'" moating will be held in'the Victoria Jlarisions tonight. The Wednesday evening, prayer aer- uce will he hSld in ths Baptist. church.: Members of the south side- churches will unite with the Baptiats for this service The meeting "will be addiessed bj B R 3. Porster. On Friday pie's Union, will -meet, and the regu- choir practice will be held The Junior Christian Endeavor will meet at 7 o'clock. St. Paul's Lutheran The annual Sunday school picnic of the Lutheran church will be held on Dominion Day on. the grounds ad- jacent to the church. Luncheon will he served in the basement of the church i Christian Chureh The Christian Endeavor will meet in the church tonight at eight o'clock. The regular praver service "Will be combined, with {he union service, to be held in fhe Baptist church on Wed- nesday evening; POSTPONEMENT OF SALE The sale advertised to take place at 1281 7th Avenue on Saturday last has been postponed until tomorrow, Tues- day, at 2 o'clock, Frank iWaddington, Auctioneer. PAY US A VISIT before purchasing material for that House, Floor or other repairs All kinds of Building Material. Our Specialties: Hardwood Flooring, Wagon Oak, Hebron N. D. Pressed Brick, Screen Doors and Windows Feed Stable in Connection Free CITIZENS" LUMBER CO., 131 16th Street North. ;