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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up J LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor I I Best. a Jay hotel in mhertaj Extra Large Pineapples for Preserving NOW IS THE TIME TO GET THESE, AND PAYS TO BUYs LARGE ONES AS THE WASTE IS LESS IN PROPORTION. A SHIPMENT JUST IN. Special per tloswMi 52.95 Regular Shipments of Hood Rivtr Strawberries, the famous Clark's Seedling, direct from Washing, ton. Bing and Royal Ann Cherries for Preserving In a week or ten d.ys. Let us supply your wants and get complete satisfaction. office: THE GOODCO. H1GH-CLASS GROCERIES N 525 Sfli ALL WOOL JUNE 15IH Florists Frache Flowers, Potted Plants, Vegetables Bros. I C E Delivered Daily to all parts of the city We guarantee to satisfy you regarding your ice supply. RATES BROWNI 10 ltJ3. per month 20 loj. dally___52.50 per month 30 Ibs. per month Western Transfer Co. Limited. PHONE 1163. Don't Drink Muddy Water When you can get Fresh Buttermilk delivered to your house at IScper gallon Phone 1576 Crystal Dairy Limited j ilkuifag, -iidii., ouiie -.---uucuius The shaft in a new egg heater has [and closing prices on the local grain DTiH rlr.im- i pvchanpp tnrlfjv wpre: At a meeting of the Southern Al- berta Wool Growers' association in the Board of Trade offices yesterday afternoon it was decided to sell the wuoi of So.uthnrn Alberta at Leth- bridge on June 15. when a general meeting of tbe association would he held and buyers from the east repre- sented. All the wool crop would thus be disposed of at the one time, and better prices obtained by having.all offers made at the one time. Efforts will be made to have as many buyers as possible present, and it is hoped 'thai prices will be as high as the Montana prices. All the wool men agreed that the present season .has been the most, fav- orable both for the Iamb and wool crops, and that the wool had never been in better shape. On account of the absence of wind this spring the wool was clean and as white as snow. MARKETS WEDNESDAY'S .Winnipe GRAIN PRICES June '2.- Opening vertical motion "and is claim- exchange today were: ed "to do more work with less eier- Open lion than rotary devices. July............ 1ST fcuador plans the installation of. a October.......... 11; number of powerful wireless stations i Oats- thai will permit communication with i .Tnlj-............ GUi all parts oi the world. Oval water pipes are less liable to i Jiriy hurst when frozen than round ones. Close 154 160 DIED-i-The 'death occurred on Son- dav of Mrs. H. Marchant, at the re- N0. l Northern sid'ence of her daughter, Mrs. Froc-1 So. 2 Xorthern tor 321 llth St. S. Funeral services Ko. 3 Northern will be held at St. Augustin's church at 3 o'clock aiternoon. In- '-terment at the Anglican cemetery. Closing Cash Prices CITY AND DISTRICT Repair Shop J. Pearson has opened a bicycle re- pair shop on Sixth street, next the Standard Plumbing Co. Board of Trade Luncheon' Friday The regular Board of Trade lun- cheon will be heid on Friday, instead of tomorrow, owing to the tact tiat it Add Zest to the Children's Vacation with a BROWNIE The little pictures will keep bright and fresh their memory of the good times away from home, and then, too, n Brownie is easy to operate. We can outfit you with a Brownie from to THE KODAK AGENTS. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Third 'Ave. S. FUGITIVE YOUIH birthday, and a bank Charles Chaplain at the Empress again Among the excellent pictures to be shown at the Empress to- night will be a Keystone, in which Charles Chaplin will be IB his element. He always man- 'ages to work in something new and original, and any comedy in which he takes part is sure to a real live. one. This 'will be no exception. The vocal selection for Ulis program will he "The Bittle a duet by Messrs. Cooper and Fleming, a song which will please all, and is a timely sub-' ject. Xo. No. 6................. No. 2 W.............. No. 3 U. TV.............. Ex. No. 1 Feed........... No. 3................. No. -1................. Feed.................. Flax- No. 1 N. W. C............. No. 2 C. W............... Chicago Wheat Open [July............ llSie September........ 116 N Minneapolis Wheat 335Vi September........ 115% is the King's holiday. Comes to Lethbridge JimmiD Kingston, who has been bugler at the Hegina R.N.W.M.P. racks for the paat six niontns, been transferred to the city, and is now stationed at the local barracks. Bank Clerk Wounded W. H. Fiudley, at one time on the staff of the Canadian Bank of Com- iuuTs merce at Carmangay, who left in June last year, and joined the first contin- l-7Mt i has been seriously wounded at the front in one of the recent engage- ments. 157 154 A Danee WILL BE HELD IN BURG- MAN'S HALL ON THURSDAY, June 3rd FROM 9 TO 12 O'CLOCK. GENTS 50c LADIES FREE LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hogs, S8.50: cattle, JS.OO. Montreal: Hogs, S10.25: cattle, JSiTo. Chicago: Hogs, cattle. Some Egg Layer Bert Spence, who drives the Dallas automobile, has made quite a name for himself in the poultry world. He now possesses a prize pullet, which lays; an eag four times a week, that has everything beaten in these parts. The figures, as to length and circumfer- ence are so startling that the egg has to be seen to be believed. The egg re- sembles a vegetable marrow in size and when seen, one realizes tbat this particular chicken, at any rate, is working overtime in the interest of the Empire. Bert lives.at the old Whitney house on Sixth street and the eggs are on exhibition.- SeatB on Sale for "Fabiola" Seats are now selling at the Medley Drug Co. for the performance of by the St. Patrick's Dram- atic society, at the Majestic Theatre, on Thursday evening next. This per- formance will be under the auspices of the Daughters of the Empire, to whom one-half the proceeds will be ON 'THE JOB Gopher is "on the Mr. Farmer. Take a hint. BOLDUAN'S POISON GRAIN The "Eeady-to-use kind" The JbKoXt Stare David Campbell, the youth whose es- cap efrom the .Mounted Police Bar- racks created a sensation on Monday, was re-captured last night at mid- night by a detachment cf Mounted Police, in the C.P.R. yards, after an exciting chase. The fugitive had been seen during the evening, and at about 10.30 a call was turned into the barracks for "all out." The order was responded to by everybody, from the superintendent down, and after a very exciting chase the redcoats closed in on the jail- breaker. When captured Campbell had qn civilian clothes, which he probably stole, to disguise himself. It Is pro- bable that he spent the first day or so lying low in some empty house. Shortly before he was captured an eastbouhd freight pulled out of the C.P.R. yards. Campbell tried to go out on this, but was prevented by the close watch of the police. C.P.SIS WESI just how good a cook you are, unless you have used MILITIA OFFICER CHARGED WITH GRAFTING Winnipeg. Man.. June in connection with the 53rd Battalion, is alleged, and with a view to bearing out this assertion, Lieut. Charles J. C. Kay has bosn placed under arrest. He is charged with the theft of 026 and 512, and the informant is L'icut.-Col. R. M. Dennistoun. The. mil itary authorities wanted Kay handed over In them, hut this was opposed.. Magistrate A. U BonnycnsUe, not be- ing sure of the law on the subject, re- manded Kay until Wednesday that ho might look the case up. Bail was set at which, early this afternoon, had not been forthcoming. The production of gold in the Phil- ippines last year gained 39 per cent, over the year before. Bank Clearings The hank cleariugs for the month Mindful of the magnificent work the ladies are carrying on, in both patriotic and civic endeavor, the Si ignore that they are superior beings, who claim her syecinl respect and love. Her rash and cruel i ment of her slave Syra for speakiug the truth frankly Iffis her with a sense of mortification and shame. At the same time, she le.arns a lesson of Christian, patience and fortitude, from her slave. Occasional conversations with Syra open a new agpect upon the strange religion of the Cross. Learn- inif tbat Agnes and Sebastian are Christians; she knows she has struck the true source of all that made them appear _so great in bfer- eyes. The death of brought about by the espionage and treachery of Ottawa. Ont., June mayors who visited Montreal to re- quest action on the part, of the Can- adian Pacific Railway to take some ac- tion to relieve the unemployment sit- uation iii the west, met with consid- erable success. Mr. B.ury. in the ab- sence of Sir Thomas Shalighnessy, dis- cussed the situation, and has agreed to give employment to 4000 or 5000 men until harvest. _ No new contraction work will be undertaken, but extra gangs on im- provements will be greatly increased tnd new gangs organized. The shell industry- will also he de- veloped By the Canadian Pacific in the west to give further employment. The new men employed will he drawn 'rora the large centres in the west. In addition to this means of reSiev- ini; the situation, Italian reservists will soon be mobilized and sent home. An announcement from the govern, ment oh the whole question may be ex- pected in a few days. i'ne tianR cieanugs ior LIJB IIIUULU espionage anu ireacnery ui JUJYJUO, of May amount to as ag- Play is indeed well worthy of patron- confinni. jjer stm more jn tWs know- fnr- 1014 aE6. ITrhan firiQll--- her- rthriKtiail ainst for May, 19H. Building Permits The total amount of building per- mits for tbe month amounted to 390.00. Post Office Receipts The total revenue derived from the post office during tile month, of May to THE QUESTION OF EATING! You will thoroughly enjoy eating at THE WHITE LUNCH. The Restaurant His been enlarged re-decorated, booths for Udiei have been installed. The Menu is Excellent -----The food i> the very beat. We cater to the tastes of all. Have dlanty little dishes for those who do not want a heavy meal and 'but equally for the person, with the big appetite. Charges are exceedingly moderate. Service prompt. We're sure you'll like us. Try THE WHITE LUNCH 322 FIFTH STREET SOUTH age. Horses T.aken Away The battery iiorses, which were ship- ped when tbe battery left Lethbridge. went east to instead of to Calgary, evidently for remount rein- forcements. More horses are being purchased tor the battery. In the meantime the boys are putting in the time at Calgary at taget practice and foot drill. The camp is a most ideal one, with every convenience. Roman Drama Thursday The Roman drama to be staged in the Majestic Theatre on June 3. takes its name from its central-figure Fab- iola, the well-educated daughter of the ricli nobleman Fabius. Students of dramatized art will find that the sub- stance of. Cardinal Wiseman's drama consists in a most clever psychological development of that character. The conflict is opened by tbe opposition of Pagan and Christian ideals, which al- ternately strive for the mastery of ber mind. While at first rejecting indig- nantly any imputation, of brotherly love, "as enjoined by the Christian re- '.iglon, her refined and inquisitive mind" begins to reflect and ponder over those problems, which the new relig- ion has placed before her. Though not knowing that Syra and Agues and Sebastian arc Christians, she cannot ledg'e. n' finally her Christian e. slave Syra receives in her own. heart the dagger's thrust that was aimed al her mistress, Fabiola's pagan heart is conquered. She rises from the death- bed of Syra to embrace the religion of Christ, and thua finds the often longed- for peace and happiness of -her heart. Sergt.-Major Beards Here Sergeant-Major Mark Beards of the Battery, who will accompany the officers and men who have been drafted for reinforcement of batteries now at the front, is on furlough in tho city for a'couple of days. Purchases Discharge Corporal H. Moorhead, having three more months to serve with the R.N.W. has purchased his discharge from the ISth.C.M.K. at Calgary. Germans Jail Englishman For Giving Away Plan London, -lune to a despatch to Central News Agency from Leipseg, Saxony, George G. Grossman, an Englishman, has been sentenced to three years' imprison- ment by Saxon court on theN charge of attempting to furnish the English government with German plans to invade England. AUCTION SALE On Friday, June 4th (PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF DATE) ON THE PREMISES. 1018 12th STREET SOUTH AT 2 O'CLOCK PROMPT. FRANK WADDINGTON Instructed bv Mrs. Carpenter, who is leaving for England, will iell by Public Auction and without reserve quantity of Superior Household Furniture Spirals- Chest Drawers; 6-holo Cooking Kange, Al condWon; Dishes; Pictures and tbe usual SundneB. the White Line Car to 12th St. (Duff Addition.) TERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S OFFICE-11 Stafford Block 't 't't t, t, THREATENED STRIKE Chicago, ill., June 2. A, strike of union street car employees loomed up as a possibility today, as a result of vote favoring a strike to enforce the men's demands for a wage Increase. Calgary People Walk to Calgary, -June a result of the blowing .down of both the trans- mission lines by a cyclonic wind near the Kanasaskis plant of the Calgary- Power Co., at o'clock this morn- ing, the city was without light or power tor a period of one hour and forty minutes. Street cars slopped Jrunning, elevators in department, stores and office buildings were use- less, the wheels of industry through- out the city generally were silent. The power went off at a time whon thousands of business people were getting down, and all who .wanted to get to their offices this morning were compelled to walk. When the- little ones need a laxative give Rexall are mild iiid pleasant to take. Sold only by .T D. Higlnbotham ft Co., Limited. The Reia.ll Store, lOc, 25c and 50c boxes. AUCTION SALE High-Glass Furrtiture r 618 6th-AVE. SOUTH, COMMENCING AT'10-A.M. and 2-P.. Thursday, June 3rd W L. Wilson, Auctioneer, favored with instructions from Mrs. Edith Webbor, to sell the following without PARLOR One 3-piece Mahogany Parlor Suite upholstered1 in leather. 1 Solid CaX Ami Rocker uphol- stered in No. 1 Spanis'h lea- ther. Heavy Oak Parlor Table. Combination Bookcase .and Writing Desk with glass doors and .bevel plate mirror, 1 Oak Bookcase. 1 Brussels Square. 1 Oak .Jardiniere Stand. Poitiers and small VelverRugs. .DINING ROOM 1 Solid Oak Buffet, swell front and B. B. Mirror. 1 Hound Dining Table extending of Solid Oak Diners uphol- stered in leather. 1 Marble Clock. Inlaid Linoleum. I Sanitary Couch, 1 Dinner Set. BEpROOM NO.'l .1. Quarter Cut Oak Dresser- .1 Oak Washstand. 1. Bed- complete. 1 Carpet Square. 1 Bedroom Hpcker. 1 Mahogany Writing Table. BEDROOM NO. 2 Bed Brass Trim- mings. 1 Dresser and Stand. 1 Writing Table. 1 Cane Seated Chair. 1 tapestry Square. BEDROOM NO. 3 1 Single Bed. 1 Quarter Cut Oak Chiffonier. 1 Carpet Several Small Rugs, .Also 1 Drop Head Singer Sewiuj Slachine, five drawers, almost hew. 1 Oak Hall Rack, Bevel Plate Jlirror. 1 set of Ridpath's History, of the World, a volumes. 1 set of Makers- of History, 20 vorumes. 1 set of Harvard's Classics, 50 volumes. Quantity of Stair Carpet, Pic- tures, Bedding, Blinds, Cur- tains, Screens. One 6-hole .Range, thigh closet and .Hot Water connections, with-t'ilo'back. 1 Kitchen Table. Electric Iron.' 1, Lawn" Mower almost new, Aihout 50 feet Ttiinb'er Hose and Reel. I Trait 10x12. 1 Wringer; Hammock. Kitchen. Utensils, Carpenter's Tbola, etc. All article! will be sold commenclns at 10 A.M. The tile of Furniture and Range will commence it 2 P.M. QOODS ON VIEW WEDNESDAY FROM 10 A.M. TO S P.M. TERMSCABH NO RESERVE AUCTIONEER'S PHONE 1023 ;