Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor I Best a day hotel In llberta I ,e Strawberries from Creston, B.C. RECOGNIZED TO BE THE FINEST GROWN IN BRITISH COLUMBIA And as Is the nearest point we have of getting Strawberries (rom, they arrive In the Finest Condition. We are to have Dally from now on (when weather permits) and by the 15th of this month we are Informed the Berries will be at their the price for Preserving will be ritiiii. We are booking orders now for preserving. Lowest Market Price Guaranteed. Phoael271 THE GOOD CO. GROCEHIES 525 Planti, Vejetablei Frache Bros. IN IHE my In this Column Will be Published Every Monday Church Announce- ments for the Coming Week. Notices for This Column Should Reach thlft office 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. "CITY AND DIST.RICT Committed for Trial Charged with stealing ;i mare, the property of C. Cridhmd. :i rancher ill the Porcupine Hills, George Hamil- ton, a well-known Macleod youth, has been committed for trial. Prisoner in Germany i tJrasav Lake Gazette: Adam Linke f has received word from his Brother j was with the Husshui army, that i lit? is now a prisoner of war in Austria. AT KNOXy The Women's (Missionary Society of Knox Church will meet in the school room of rue church at eight o'clock, and a meeting of the Board of Man- agers will ibe iield in the vestry at the same hour. Prayer meeting will be held on evening, after which a meeting of the Session will be held. On Friday evening the regular choir meeting will ibe held. AT ST. ANDREW'S The Senior Christian Endeavor of St Andrew's Church meets on Tues- day evening. A paper written by Robt. Johnson in the trenches will be read. The regular meeting of the Ladies' Aid will he held on Wednesday after- noon at 2.30. In the evening the On- ward Bible Class meets. Subject "The Blessedness of Sins Forgiven. AT HARDIEVILLE TRINITY CHURCH Meeting of the ladies of ihe congre- gation tonigrhr at S o'clocfc. Christian Endeavor meeting Tues- day at 7 o'clock. On Wednesday even- ing a tea and cake social will be held when a programme of songs and games will, be eiven. AT WESTMINSTER The Eywonh 'League of Westmin- ster Church will hold a consecration service at 7.30 tonight. Distribution of temperance literature after the ser- vice. The Evangelistic Band will meet at the home of Donald McXab, 423 12th Street Xortli, on Wednesday evening at eight o'clock. AT ST. CYPRIAN'S The Senior Brotherhood of St. And- rew's will meet, on Tuesday evening at eight-thirty. The regular intercessory services %will ibs held on Wednesday evening- at and a teachers' meeting will held at Oliofr practice will be held as usual on Friday evening. AT ST. MARY'S The regular intercessory The Men's Society mesis in the vestry of the church on Thursday evening at -S. AT WESLEY 1 Mechanics Notice J Skilled mechanics who are anxious I to get in touch with the British la- bnr leader, who will be in the clry I shortly recruiting labor for the Old Country shops, should leave their conies with City Cierk Stevens. On Way to Banff i Charles Haydeu. director or' the Chi- car. Mather, this- afternoon way to Banff. I Have a Cool, Clean Head In warm weather there is nothing more welcome than the luxury of a cleansing, cooling shampoo. You may enjoy the delight jusi as often as you wish if you purchase a bottle of our LIQUID TAR SHAMPOO This is a Liquid Tar Soap aud is delightful to use, and in addition to its value as a sham- poo, it stimulates the growth of hair and keeps the scalp clean and healthy. Price 35c per Large Bottle The Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited Phone 555 Third Ave. S. Captain Magrath Leaves Captain C. B. adjutant of i On Wednesday evening the regular the 7th Brigade, left this afternoon j prayer meeting will he held. The' for Barriefield Camp, Kingston, where: Youud Ladies' Class will have charge of the meeting- Choir practice "Will foe held as usual on Friday evening. AT FIRST BAPTIST The Catch-My-Pal men will meet tonight at Dr. Lovering's residence, 3rd Avenue south, at S. On Wednesday evening the regular i mid-week service will be held. There I will be u good number of members of tottier churches present, and the meet- ing promises to; s. UUc. Friday evening a young people's meeting and choir practice will he held. All the young people of the city are cordially invited to attend this meeting. Confirm Death of SidRenton From a letter received in the city on Friday last it appears that Sid Renton, who was reported killed and later only wounded, is really killed. Pte. C. writing to a friend in the city states that Renton was killed in action. This letter was writ- CHINESE-AMERICAN BANK New York, -NT.. June the 7th Brigade headquarter staff is j now quartered. Captain Mugratb. was to have gone east on Saturday, but. was detained by business. He will spend tomorrow in Winnipeg. Provincial Appointments" F. Brown of Bow Island, has v been appointed a justice of the peace; D. R. Mclvor, Cowley. a notary public; J. W. Kurd and J." M. Milroy of Bow Island commissioners for taking affi-; H. .1. Scott of Grassy Lake a j sheriff's bailiff, and U. A.. of j Foremost, a game guardian j Vulcan Man Wounded f William K. Sullivan of Vulcaii, 10th I Battalion (formerly is wound-i ed. according to yesterday's casualty list. James Howe of Blairmore ap- pears among those thai are suffering from shock.- Narrow Escape At the lake yesterday a little girl fell into the water off the cement em- bankment on the west end, and was only saved by 'drowning by the. pifinipt action of Mr. Phillips, manager of the Gas Company, who ran up and J leapt into and rescued the _ ___ child after she nad been in the wa- len oa May 19th, Renton was a loto- ter some minutes, motive engineer before he enlisted. ___ and American capitalists have united j to form a Chinese-American Keeps Girl Out of School The first case of a man being pen- alized for keeping his children out of came up before A. E. Hum- We Write HAIL INSURANCE In Good Reliable Com- panies with G-EKEROTJS ADJUSTMENTS Phone or write us and we will call on you. Wilson Skeith GENERAL INSURANCE AND C. P. R. LAND AGENTS. FLOOR SHERLOCK BLDG. PHONE 1343. FREE Any wanting Real Good Soil for filling In their Lawn or Garden can have It for the haul- ing of, ft from our Greenhouses Fourth Avenue South. ,tHI TERRILL FLORAL CO. jnerican bank, to ?hries at lhe Barracks, .when be capitalized at' approximately -1J t'ie school dis- I ti-ir-f ii-oc it was announced by Cheng was .fined !he costs ot" the couri: Sung Chang, chairman of the honor- ary Chinese commercial c.-ismission, now visiting- this at a din- ner of the Chinese Merchants' asso- ciation. The shares of stock, it was explained, are to be sold in equal parts in America and China. It was under- stood American financiers interested in the new institution are leading cap- italists of this city and of San Fraii- ciseo, where ihe chief branch-of the- bauk will be located. "Catch-My-Pals" men will meet to- night at Dr. Lovering's residence, Third avenue, at 8 o'clock. MARKETS MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Wheat- for keeping his daughter out of school. He was required to give an assurance that his child would attend more regularly in future. Inspector Morgan states that there are several cases of a similar nature deve'idping and that some will do well to take warning. First I July Got Dec July July 132 IDS 161 Oct............. 165 Winnipeg Cash Prices TVlieat- No. 1 No. Northern No. 3 Northern No. 4 No. o Xo. Oats- No. 2 C. No. 3 C. W.................. No. 1 No. '2 C. W.................. Minneapolis Wheat .July............ '133U Sept.-..'.......... 109 Dec............. nou 107T4 IDS 54y- 166V4 112 107 5S14 51 ii 108 lapttst Young People Reorganize The Young People of the First Bap- tist reorganized last Friday night, when the following officers were e'l- ected: Hon. President, Rev. D. Ross; president, G. Maybury: vice-pre- sident, Mr. F. Thaell; treasurer, .Miss Olive Williams; secretary, Miss Hazel Keith; A. E. Smith. The society meets every Friday even- ing at S o'clock in conjunction with the choir practice, followed'by an ad- dress. These meetings are open to all denominations. All young people who wish to spend a profitable and enjoyable evening are invitedr June 16. Hermert W. Piercy will give a re- cital, rendering Victor Hugo's "Jean interspersed with humorous selections. Mr. Piercy was here a year ago, and those who heard him will rejoice to .have another oppor- tucity of hearing this talented reciter. LIVESTOCK PRICES SATURDAY Culgary: Hogs, S8.55; cattle, Winnipeg Hogs, 18 iO cattle, 18.60. Hogs, cattle, 30, Battery Boys Are Cheered at Calgary Calgary, .June. scenes were witnessed at the C.P.It.' sta- tion here Sunday when three small drafts from the Calgary camp left; for the east. Included in the number were a detachment from the ,30th. field battery under Lieut. McLeUaml. Cot Cruikshank addressed the men at the camp, and Major Uipley and Colonels Kemmis and also spoke. The other "two units furnish- ing drafts were the 12th and 13th 13th Mounted Rifles, those command" ing being Lizuts. Landale and Tay- lor respectively. The band of the 12th played the men to the'.station and they eatramed early afteV- noon. Clarify the Drinking Water The water is "muddy'' today-. Get a package of our .ALUM put up specially fpr that pur- v Half a teaspoonful ,is suffic- ient to clarify a gallon.of water. lOc Per Package The HtaJtt Store Warner. Alta., June steady rain, starting1 on Tuesday night, has continued almost without a let-up for two and a half days, and started ag- ain last evening about seven, has pro- bably insured a bumper crop in this district. While some claim that more rain will be needed when the wheat is headed out, old-timers say that more rain will have a tendency to make too much straw and late crops, 'and cause damage from frost. The gen- eral opinion, however, is one of confi- lence. Mr. and Mrs. Halhcomb and child of Minnesota are visiting Mr. and Mrs. LefflngweW. Mr. and Mrs. Shoemaker are here on a visit from Iowa. Mr. Shoemaker is the administrator of the estate of the 1 man. E. R- Forrester, organizer for the Alberta Temperance, and Mora] Re- form league, was in town this week from Lethfaridge. Something Different Something Better ELLISON'S SPECIALS CRUSHED OATS AND CORN 'Your horses will work better on per ton MIXED CORN CHOP Pine ground. Best on the market for Hogs. per ton SAMPLES FURNISHED ON BEQUEST Call, AVrite, or Plione. Ellison Milling and Elevator Co., Limited Lethbridge, Alberta. Methodists Donate Fund for Faithful Servant of Church Edmon June 5. The case e amnsrao o e monton. une e case late R. P. Girton, a former Warner j Qf Rev M CIareshoim. man' was brought uu at the Alberta Metho- dist conference by the Rev. Armstrong of McDougali church. Mr. Harrison has been on active service in the Methodist ministry for forty- two years, and is now so ill that the Ask Investigation, of Fire Losses Endorsalion of a resolution from the Berlin, Ont., board of trade, ask- ing investigation of Canada's lire losses the conservation comrais-y sion, ami also a resolution favoring some action to take care of returned soldiers who find themselves out of work, and asking that the provincial doctors h hopeless. governments Dominion govern- .j. ty CANADIAN BROUGHT DOWN ZEPPELIN Flight Sub-Lieut' Warneford, who Draught down a Zepp.elin in Germany yesterday, is a Ca- nadian. He made his' first flight at Hendon less than four months ago. His is the distinc-, tion of. being the first aviator to bring a flying Zeppelin to earth. meat give preference to these in em- ploying men, was given at the regu- lar meeting of the commissioners this morning. The resolution from the Berlin board of trade points out, that Can- ada's fire losses are greater than those of any other country and that the paid by insurance companies in Canada for lire losses would be cut down to if the British rate of premiums prevail- here. The resolution asks the conser- vation commission to make the study of the fire losses in Canada a regu- lar portion of its work. McAdoo. and Van Home, of the City Cartage Co., stated that since the closing of No. 6 mine, their wa- ter revenue had been cut down and 1 asked for a cut in tbeir water rental to the city. The commissioners cut the rental from to The report of Fire Chief Hardy for the month of May showed that there had been four fire calls and 17 am- bulance calls during the month. Counsel Argue on Strength of Treason Case He given up his case has any import- ant appointments throughout the Do- minion during the course of his long ireer. "lie has labored with a fidelity un- surpassed In the history of Method- said Dr. Armstrong. Itev. Arthur Barner, Calgary, outlin- ed, a scheme by which each member of tiie conference will contribute not less than one dollar to a fund which will be presented to Mr. Harrison as a tok- en of the esteem and regard in which he is held by his brother ministers and the laymen of the church. The scheme was adopted, and is being car- ried into effect. .1 Philadelphia soup factory has bought a million dollar lot to raise material for its products.' Purple Springs Farmer Has Good Crop of Fall Rye Tuber. Alta., June io be a great future ahead of ttte Jail rye, and if is' surprising- that more farmers have not taken the raising1 of full rye into consideration. Fee Mc- Coy, living south of Purple Springs, sent a sample of his fall rye into the manager of the Bank; of Commerce, where it la attracting a great dail of attention. The sample measures 54 inches, and is not n picked sample, but was taken from the field stfc ran- dom. Very little preparation. Is naaes- sary to grow this excellent forige crop. It cau be disced in, in the fall on stubble land and "will provide feed until the heavy snows, and as soon as the snow- melts in tha spring it Is ready for pasture again, assuring the farmer early greeu feed for his stock. Many, farmers are also planting corn tins year, and there is no reason why corn should not dp well as a for- age crop. Cradduck Bros, of Purple Springs are seeding 20 acres to corn and many other farmers in this dis- trict are seeding smaller amounts. BABY COSTS YEARLY New York, N.Y., June Jacob Astor, now in his third year, the' posthumous child of Colonel John Jacob Asior, who' perished when the Titanic went down- lias been living, at the rate of approximately a year, according to the fil- ed with the surrogate by his mother, Mrs. Madeleine Forne-Astor, who is his guardian. She asserts that she has spent of her own money in addition for his maintenance. Chief items in the accounting are .one-third of the taxes of the Astor Fifth avenue home, ?8000 for professional services of physicians, Sawyers aud others, and for clothing, supplies and toys. I C E .Delivered Daily to all parts, of the city We guarintie to utltfy you regarding ygur let supply, RATES 10 daily....t2.M per month 20 Ibo. per month JO per month Western Transfer Co. Limited. PHONE 1163. Pasteurized Milk In Sterile-Bottles, 13 quarts Pasteurized Cream, per quart, 40C Protect Your Health BY USING PASTEURIZED OR FOOD VALUE IS NOT IMPAIRED. The Crystal Dairy Limited ._._ DLJOUC IKTfi Cor. 13th Street 4. 6th PHONE 1576 J) That there will be a keen contest between the crown prosecutor-and the i counsel for the defence in the case against the three chauffeurs seems to be forecasted by the "arguments "which took place at ifie preliminary hearing on Saturday. After the evidence of Constables 'Longley and Hussin and Station Agent S. 13. .Mitchell of the C. P. R. had been heard in the case against Owens, W. S. Ball, counsel for the latter, pleaded eloquently in behall of his client, arguing thai, the case against him was tlimsy and in- supportable, and the charge was not- serious anyway. C. F. P. Conyhearc, K.C., was of an entirely different opinion as was also Supt. Pennefath- er, and accordingly sent Owens up for trial. The case against Darke from the evidence, heard so far is not so dam- aging as that of his fellows, but it is hard to say what surprises the pro- secution may spring. C. F. Harris, Darke's counsel, was granted until Tuesday-afternoon "to de- fence. Prohibition Fight In Minnesota St. Paul, Minn., June twelve counties of Minnesota, elections will be held today on the and dry issue as provided by the county op- tion law wiacted by the last legisla- ture. Both the. saloon and anti-liquor [orces arc claiming a victory by nar- row margins. Of the energetic cam- paigns which have been waged in-all the counties, that conducted in Todd county has been the most aggressive, where .the 'llry forces have made a fight, v Why Buy at Home? Because our interests are here. Because the community that is good enough for us to live, in is good en-. ough for'us to buy in. Because we believe in transacting business with onr friends. Because tve want to see the goods we are buying. Because we want to get what we when we pay for it. Because some part of every dollar spend at home stays at home and helps work for the welfare of our home town. Because the home man we buy from stands Tiack of the goods, liuis always giving vf-lue received. Because the man we buy from pays his share of the taxes. Because the man we buy from toelpa to., support our poor and needy, our Ecliools, our churches, and our-homes. Because, when luck, misfortune or be- reavement conies, the mans we buy from is here with his- kindly expres- sions of greeting, his words of cheer, and, if need -be, ihis pockefcbook.