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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta New Arlington Hotel I European, 50c up I T n A TT V JLJtL 1 Hotel Windsor 'hen Through Flirting Quality, Sfervice and Price The Throe Most hiipofant Points in Any and Ibe ones Em- phasixod on in This Store. Prsserving Pineapples are now down to a reasonable price and we advise getting your supply for preserving while quality and price are right. Large per dozen Emy Aiii: Roy tit Ann Cherries. Gooseberries and B. C. Strawberries for preserving will all be on within the nt-xt few weeks and we advise placing your orders with us now, thereby being assured of quality and price being right. Orders received first will be filled first when prices are down to a pre- serving basis. For Saturday we have a large shipment of.Clark's Seedling Strawberries arriving direct from Wash- full line of Seasonable Goods at ington. prices. Also another lot of Fresh Cottage Cheese and Office: Phoael271 THE GOOD CO. Phtne 525 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Potted Plants, Vegetables Flnrictc llUIIulD Frache Bros. WEATHER MARKETS FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES v.'iimipeg. Man., .June ami-closing prices on the local grain exchange loday were: i Wheat- October 110 July.......'..... 5SU i Closing Cash Prices j No. t Northern.......... 18i No. J Northern.......... Xo. 3 Xortiierr......... -13- No. 4......... l-'i Xo. 5.................. -121 !Xn, ti........ Ill .Barle7- ___. clear i Edmonton, fair Saskatoon, clear LORDS PASS BILL London. June hous- es of Parliament aeld sessions today. Tae Lords passed through its remaining stages the bill making the re-election of ministers piomoted in the new Cabinet, and Uoyal ss- sen! to the measure was duly received. The House of Commons was in session for only a few min- utes. 53 12 -10 77 50 70 55 SO 50 76 -13 40 3S 42 (iff 50 7t> 5S 56 56 7-1 S6 53 .10 4t; Xo. i', -i c. w No. 3 Flax- No. 1 N. C Minneapolis Wheat Open .Inly September Chicago Wheat July 119U September 114s.: THE BULLETIN BOARD Kegiria. clear I'entictoii lied Deer, cloudy Calgary, clear Macleod, clear Medicine Hat, raining Albert, fair Winnipeg, clear............ Port Arthur, clear XelSDTl I Grand Forks.................. 77 31 j v i The weather over the prairie inces has been mostly cloudy with I rains in parrs of Alberta and- Sas-J katchcwan. FORECAST: Manitoba and Sas- j Unsettled today and Sat- urday, with local showers and thun- der storms. Alberta Fine anil moderately warm. t Notices for this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day cf publication Regular meeting of Local Xo. A.K of if., will be held Sunday si 1 3 p.m. in ihe Labor Temple. Close I 15-YEAR-OLD i LIVESTOCK PRICES Calgary: Hogs. Winnipeg: Hogs, BACK .FROM FRONT Ottawa. Ont., June Love, a fifteen-year-old Ottawa boy, who has been with the first overseas Canadian division since it left Val- (cartier. and who has spent five YESTERDAY i months in ihe trenches in northern cattle, j France, has been invalided back to cattle, 58.75. Ottawa with an impaired nervous sys- SATURDAY Chocolate Special per pound box 50c Under our own label we are packing a one pound box con- taining FORD'S best quality Fruit.and Nut Centres and Leth- bridge-tnade best quality Fruit Centres. The regular price ot" this one pound box is 75c. but on Satur- day only it will he sold at 50c per box This is like. Try mixture you box. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Govt. Anxious to Clean up all Noxious-Weeds CITY AND DISTRICT! Fine Sample of Wheat A sample of wheat sent to the Board of Trade from Spring Coulee measures i inches. Winter rye stands 3ti in- ches in. many places throughout- the district. Chicago; Hogs. cattle, j tern. Love suffered from the poison- ous gases used by the Germans, and was also hit in the knee bv a spent Men, womer. and children of even- age, all find Rcxall Orderlies a per- iect laxative. Sold only by J. D. j "Higinhoiham Co., Limited, The I Rexal! Store, 10c., 25c., and 50c. boxes. bullet. C.O.F. NOTICE THE ANNUAL CHURCH PARADE of the Canadian Order of For- resters will be -held on SUNDAY EVENING, JUNE 6th to Knox Church Members are requested to meet 'at K. of P. HaH at 7 p.m.'sharp. Visiting Brethren are cordially Neidig, Secretary. INQUIRY ABOUT SUPPLIES Ottawa, June Charles Davidson, late Cbief Justice of Que- bec, has arrived in the city and ar- rangements will he completed at once lor the continuance of the in- quiry into the purchase of war sup- plies which Sir Charles has been com- missioned 10 cutiducr. The inquiry will-probably ]je held in Ottawa and everything will be done to make it thorough and effective. CONFIDENTIAL MISSION New Chairman Arthur Hayr was appointed chair- man of the Railways and Tracsporta- i tion committee at the Board Trade luncheon today. Bank Clearings The bank clearings for the week ending yesterday amounted to against for cor- responding week last year. Transferred Here n. llackie of the Royal Bank, Dids- biiry, Alta.. .arrived in the city last night to succeed L. A. Carley as ac-1 countant of the local branch' of the bank. Mayor Returns Mayor Hardie returns this afternoon from the east, where he attended the conference of mayors on the unemployed question. Killed in Action Yonug Deegan, formerly of Medicine I Hatr son ot" Fnmk Deegan, lias been j killed in action. Young Deegan .was j formerly call-buy for engineers and _.. _ firemen at -Medicine Hat, and was a Ottawa, Out., June I wall-known fleure Graham Bell, financial controller of the railways and canals department, is Draw for Horse at Starland leaving for the tront. He has been en- A perfectly good, sound'and fine- trusted with.a confidential civil mis-j looking horse is the latest donation to the Patriotic Fund. The donator is .Mr. B. Tiffin, the'.well-known local Run Down? Higiiibotkaiu's Beef Ii'ou and Wine (Pep ionized1'.} This is a delicious tontc worth trying. We never ask anyone to buy the second bottle. they always buy it without asking. rjeiicious in taste, it contains iron to enrioh the blood, pep- tonized beef to feed the tissues and choice wine as an appetizer. If you. feel worn- out, tired and run-down, you need a tonic; -you couldn't find a better one than this. David King, weed inspector for the Lethbridge district, made the follow- ing statement to the Herald today: "The provincial government is talc- ing strong measures to clean up the Lethbridge district through the locji weed inspector, David King. Chie Weed Inspector J. D. Smith is alway behind his men, and farmers and oth ers who doubt it will understand why when he expects his inspectors t and save this valuable dis- trict and Jet it become tho best Uis trict in Alberta." Something Different Something Better ELLISON'S SPECIALS CRUSHED OATS AND CORN Your horses will work better ou it-----......... per ton MIXED CORN CHOP Fine ground. Best on the market; for Hogs.. per ton SAMPLES FURNISHED ON BEQUEST Call, or Phone. Ellison Milling and Elevator Limited Letiibridge, Alberta. S1.00 J.D Jginbota Ko. ltd. the Store sion by the government, and will spend some time with the Canadian troops, both in France and in England. ICE Delivered Daily' to all parts of the city We guarantee to satisfy you regarding yeur of the patient. Poor patients cared for free of charge. Graduate curses for private duty aiao provided. For further partic- ulars apply to the Nursing MIs- sion.-4l3'.14tu St. S. Phone 1233. (Miss) A. M. Tilley, Supervisor. (Miss) Rose Cameron, Grad, Nurse, (Miss) J. T. Mackenzie, Grad. Nurse ground was too much for him, and lie, in turn, was too much, for the restrain- ing fence. Christie claimed that the porker plowed up Four rows. 50 feet long, with his proboscis, thereby de- stroying 200 pounds of se.ed potatoes which he claimed to have planted there, and spoiling the prospects for n I potato crop. The magistrate de- j elded that Ibis was somewhat ar ex- I orbilant valuation and reduced the as- I sees QIC tit to the amount named above. Hare you tried this Wonderful Product? SPECIAL SALE ON PALMOLIVE 80crh50c Shampoo.......50c 2 Cakes Soap 30c This Bargain for 50c "PALMOLIVE is made iri CANADA" Soap..........30c SOc worth First Come, First Served. Our stock is limited and you don't want to miss this bargain. FOR SALE BY Kenny Sfiliin Ltd, THE DRUG-BOOK STORE Phono Next Dallas Hotel Wilson Lays Note Before the Cabinet D.C.. June dent Wilson finished the new uote to Germany todav and laid it before the Cabinet. "It lirobably will be dispatch- ed to Berlin late tonight or tomorrow. No arrangements have been made as to the time when it will be made public. White House officials said today that while the President liad penned the note himself, he had consulted with Secretary Bryan over the prin- ciples and details. He also has been in constant consultation with Counsel- lor Lansing and also Attorney-Gener- al Gregory, "who investigated the affi- davits that the Lusttania carried guns. The government is convinced there is no ground for that contention, and the note will so inform Germany. Counsellor Lansing, as the Presi- dent's chief adviser on international law, sat in today's Cabinet, meeting. Previously he has only attended in the absence of Secretary Bryan, but today Mr. Lansing had been invited by the President to accompany the secretary. All Cabinet members uniformly refus- ed to discuss the question after the close of the meeting. Steel Trust Wins its Suit ASSISTED ALIENS Kegina, Sask.. June S. Johnson and Reynolds Payriter were committed for trial this morning on a charge of assist- alien enemies jo their country. Trenton, N.J., Unit- ed States Steel Corporation, gener- ally known as the steel trust, wins its" case against the United States government, which sought its disso- lution, under the provisions of the Sherman anti-trust law. The decision of the United States district court, filed this afternoon, was that the cor- poration should not be dissolved. There were two opinions filed in the case. Judge Bulling ton wrote the opinion, which was concurred in by the other three judges. Judge Wool- ley also wrote an opinion, coinciding with the views of Judge Buffington, and tliis latter opinion was concurred in-by Judge Hunt, now .sitting in the United States court in New York city. The principal points in the major- ity, opinion of the court The court refuses to issue an in- junction. it holds that the foreign trade of the steel corporation j.s not a viola- tion of the Sherman law. It holds certain price-fixing agree- ments which 'followed the Gary din- ners, but which stopped before the bill was fiieti, to have beer, unlawful. It-allows the government to move to retain -jurisdiction of the bill if such price fixing practices arc renewed, but suggests that matters may now be controlled by the new trade com- mission, BUSINESS LOCALS Mrs. .ISdith Webber's auction sale on Monday, commencing at IQ a.m. 117-Ix Headquarters of Crown Prince is Bombarded Paris, .lime headquarters of the German Crown Prince were hnm- barded this morning b.v French avia- tors. Twenty-nine machines dropped ITS shells and several thousand darts. Many of the shells'-are said to have reached the mark. Tins announce- ment was made in the official state- ment Issued by tho War Office tonight. The text Is as follows: "Twenty-nine French, aeroplanes, be- tween four ar.d five o'clock this morn- ns, bombarded the bead Quarters of the Imperial Crown Prince. They dropped 178 shells, many of which reached the mark, and several thou- sand darts. "All the machines were subjected to a severe cannonade, but they all re- turned unscathed. "There Is nothing else to report, ex- cept new progress of our troops in the abyrinib to the southeast of Neiiville St. Vaast." HAIL Insurance BUMPER CROP ASSURED BARRING LOSS BY HAIL CAN YOU 'AFFORD TO CARRY THE RISK? We can place your riik with companies having ample'money to Insure prompt settlement, in the event of loss. Come In and let us show you. Bates 6.40 to 7% II. V." Gibbons Co. V BALMORAL BLOCK Phone 1191 Ottawa, .lime government is now making arrangements for se- curing a amount of rolling stock for the operation of the Nation- al Transcontinental railway. Good crop prospects in the west this year and the likelihood of au unusually large quantity of grain to be car- ried eastward, has led Hon. Fcank to ask Hon. T, White, minister of finance, for a very con- siderable sum to purchase equip- ment. FURNITURE _ 2 reg. value very special bargains Dressers Underwood Type- writer 3 Show Cases Rockers Dining Boom Sec tile, values we offer The City Second Hand Store 406 5th Street South JOE BONRDINA, PROP, t Firit in the 3 Leader. Brantford Bicycles It is better iu pay the price of a Good Bicycle than the penalty of a poor one. Standard Hygienic Cushion We also a Wheel at complete, fitted with Herculei Coaster 'Brake, 3 Coil Saddle, Pitch Chain, One Piece Han0erf and Tires made by the Dunlop Tire Co. Two or Three Speed Gears Fitted. CYCLES OVERHAULED, PLATED AND ENAMELED.' Lethbridge Cycle Co. 110 FIFTH'STREET SOUTH. ;