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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta I New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best a Hay hotel Inftlljtrtt Madam: When the grocer says its just as good as Taylor Made he doubts your judgment Today Only-Extra Special on Gooseberries and Red Cherries A large quantity of these arrived this morning, and for two reasons All Fresh Fruit must be sold today. One is that we are closed tomorrow owing to It being a hpllday, and the other Is because we take stock today and tomorrow. LARGE EXTRA FINE B. C. RED PRESERVING As Hue n lot us In lunu1 stravlun-ry liaskcts 100 pounds nol. we luive ever hint in thu place. 21 full pints. Tlnw would -lii- cheap at ?3.25. Kxtra spec- about 22 pounds net weight. Would bu viieap ial today only at Extra special today only Also n tine lot of Strmvbcvrios.'EtHl Raspberries and Red and .Black Currants in today. Lot us supply your wants in .Fruit especially. Ton will jri-f satisfaction. Store open this evening till 10 o'clock. Closed all dav tomorrow. THE GOOD CO. Store H1GH.CLASS GROCERIES 525 WEATHER 45 5S 50 .14 ICE Delivered Daily to all parts of the city We guarantee to satisfy you regarding your ice supply. RATES 10 IBS. per month 20 Ibs. per montn 30 Ibs. per month Western Transfer Co. Limited. PHONE 1163. MOUrcTlES WILL BE THERE Twenty members of the R. JOV.M.P. Trill attend the bif celebration at Henderson Park Park tomorrow. A number of these will take part in the ceremony of saluting the flag. Others will be on pre- serving order. Lethbridgc, clear 78 50 .2-1 Edmonton, fair 72 -18 .3-1 Medicine Hat, fair 78 5-1 Prince Albert, fair 70 Kamloops S4 Pentictou SI Calgary, clear 7S 50 .-10 Saskatoon, iuir "I 4S Su-iit Current, clear 71 50 .OS Kegina, clear 71! -IS .'20 Winnipeg, cloudy 7l> 53 ITort Arthur, clear 73 IS Xclson SO 50 The over the prairie prov- inces has been mostly fair with scat- j tercd showers in Saskatchewan and I Manitoba with heavy rains in parts i of Alberta. I FORECAST Western Provinces i Westerly winds, fair and moderately j warm today and Thursday. Showers in a few localities. CITY AND DISTRICT Plants, Vegetables Frache Bros. We Write HAIL INSURANCE .In Good Reliable Coai- panics with GENEROUS' ADJUSTMENTS Phone or write us and will call on you. Wilson Skeith GENERAL INSURANCE AND C. P. R. LAND AGENTS. FLOOR SHERLOCK BLDG. PHONE 1343. MARKETS Teleqraph Office to Ctosa at 9k I Tho >TP.R. telegraph office win j j close at o'clock in future, instead ot j I eleven as was the custom for some jtime past. Insurance BUMPER CROP ASSURED BARRING LOSS BY HAIL CAN YOU AFFORD TO CARRY THE RISK? We can place your risk with companies having ample money to inture prompt settlement, in the event of loss. Come in and let us show you. Rates 6.40 to-7% B. V, Gibbons Co. BALMORAL BLOCK Went Lethbridje, Alts. WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES .Tulv 129V5 12SS Oct 103Vs Sept 1MH Oct 59U 53% July J52H 151U Oct. 156S 156 Winnipeg Cash Prices Xo. 1 Northern N'o. S .Northern 125% No. 3 Northern 131Vi Oats- No. 2 C..TC, No. 3 C. W Extra No. 1 Feed Flax- No. 1 N. W. C No. 2 C. W. Chicago Wheat July 104% Sept 101 H 102ii Dec. 104% 1055J Minneapolis Wheat Julr 122U Sept 102t. losii Dec 104li LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN' PRICES Wheat, bus. 1.01 OaatEr.per .41 Via "per "bus.. V 1.21 Barley, per bus... .51 BUYING PRICE FOR HAY No. 1 timothy, baled, ton.. 10.00 No. 2 tfmotSy, baled, ton.. 14.00 No. 1 prairie, baled, toa 11.00 No. !i' baled, ton 0.00 BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Asparagus, lOc. to per !b. Lettuce, 15c. to 2_0c. a minutes before cars leave, and those 1 who have-small flags are asked to bring them. Oranges Dominion Day j The distribution of the .oranges to j the children is in the hands of the following committee who ate request- ed to meet at the entrance to the i Exhibition Grounds at p.m. on Dominion Day Dr McN'allv (Medical W. King, W.'U. Scatle, J. N. Ken- nedy if. V. Gibbons, Wynard bvans, J N Ritchie, Kitchie Patterson, and G. Harnian Prom present indications the de- mand for oranges promises to be heavy. FREE USE OF PORTS Turin, Italy, June Italian government has offered the Allies free i use of Adriatic ports and will send to the Dardanelles one or more fight- ing nhlps adapted to work Inside the British Columbia iiopes to An a'big export lumber, trade with China anil Japan.______________' ________ War films depicting actual battle scenes are bora Ontario mov- ing picture shows Nellie L McClung Gifted Canadian authoress, and "the most dreaded foe of corrupt government in will address a PUBLIC MEETING IN THE MAJESTIC TtiEATRE at 8 o'clock in the evening of TUESDAY, JULY 6th upon the burning Prohibition The -Hquor interesti are hereby'cordially to a speaker who will be given an opportunitx of tht ing, under the usual rules of debate. Please notify the Committee who will be olad to arraneg detaili. If you believe in the jurtice of your eauie, TAKE UP THIS CHALLENGE. ANT1 PROHIBITIONISTS SPECIALLY INVITED ;