Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT I T? 2THBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta i of as on Taylor GEORGE WASHINGTON COFFEE MAKES COFFEE IN AN INSTANT. AS FINE A COFFEE AS IT IS POSSIBLE TO MAKE. YOU PUT A, SMALL QUANTITY IN A CUP AND POUR ON HOT WATER. NO MATTER WHAT PRICE YOU PAY. YOU CANNOT GET FINER COFFEE WHEN IT IS MADE THAN THIS. WE HAVE THIS IN THREE SIZES. Small Size, price per tin Medium Size, price per tin Large Size, price per tin. Extra Choice Dairy Butter A Hue lo( just iu. price '2 Ibs. for Office Fhon" THE GOOD 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERS, LETHBRIDGE CITY AM) DISTRICT Board of Trade Luncheon The regular luncheon of the board of trade will be held tomorrow a at the LethhridKe Hotel. DISCUSS CANADA'S ther Edmonton men as having made ibe great sacrifice. Lieut. Cascadden a particularly brilliant man, only 26 years of age, and had recently ieen promoted from tie ranks. Among these also are Capt. P. Me- Nanghtoa, who was commissioner of public utilities when Col. Griesbach of Edmonton. .He IB well known .in nortnem Alberta. Another Dalian ij Lint G. S. Fyfe, son ot J. S. VYfe, InsDiotor of Khools of AlWta. J'hls young mm some yeue ago won icholanhlp. Anothw Is 0. A. Wilson, son of the late in old timer of the Ed- feionton district. Word WBI received today of the Take Training ot PU. Harold Tonge, 1217 Fifteen memtiere have signed up rtl> Aveuu South, Lethbridge, on j for artillery training uader Lieuts. May 31. has been admitted to the Nelson and Blundell. Last night the An Honorary Colonel j'V i Rev- Dr- Chow-i. and the other gen-! eral officers of Methodist church, left last night for Jloose Jaw, where will attend the Saskatchewan ;f i Conference. Gen. Sir Sam Hughes ;ias decider! in mafee Dr. an honorary colonel in recognition of 'Sjthe sen-ices he has rendered in re- crnitLng. Don't forget here and get a children. Watch special announcement in the paper and in our windows Tbe Red Cross Drug Book Co., limited July Sept Dec. July Sept. Minn-ipolig Wheat 111 Ill Ill Will Equal Last Vear j Rev. C E. Manning, associate sec- reian- of Methodist niissions, who has in attendance at the Alberta j .Methodist conference, says that mis- sionary givings this year are likely to 104% equal last year. The total contributed 108% j by Canadian Methodists last year 108% j was and up to date this year has been contributed, with another month to run. 110% LOCAL MARKETS PRICES LOCAL. GRAIN Wagon prices- Wheat Oats Barley Track. Wheat Oats............... Flai 33 134 46 95% 37% 143 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice 7% to Fat cows, to 7. killing wethers killing ewes 160-200 3. Acquire habit of healtli by us- ing Reiall Orderlies the modern lai- ktive. Inc and 26c. Sold only at .Hex- ,11 Drug Stores. J. D. Hlginbotham Co., Limited, ment. Victoria Old Boys" Reunion Sixth Street sounded like a college campus last evening.when about 60 Victoria College, Toronto; old boys "who are attending the Methodist Con- ference here, met at Murray's Cafe, for their annual banquet." College j I Ebngs and the old college yells were j given with all the vim and vigor of j the old days, keeping the spirit of the college alive in the "boys." Rev, Chas. Bishop, president of the Old Boys in Alberta, presided, and speeches were! delivered by Dr. Chown, Dr. T. Albert I Moore, Rev. C. E. Manning anil Rev. Hiram Hull. Rev. A, McNiven 'of Glareshalm was elected president' for the year and Rev. R. Kells Swinnerton secretary. During the evening SiiO was subscribed as a prize for proficiency In Alberta College, Ed- monton. Canadian hospital at EUplea, experienced girl to take charfee of crockery depart- ment. Kone without experience need apply. H. A. McKIllop Co. H7-0 hoys mst for a lecture on ammuni- tion and fuatw, employment of artil- lery m war and other subjects con- nected with the artillery arm of the service.. On Thursday evening a reg- ular course of training will be started. Anybody of military age who desires to join up for this course will be wel- comed. Monday, June 5tli to Mr .and Mrs. H. McL-eoti, a OFFICE' PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S RESIDENCE 547 SMITH, MURPHY CO. GROUND FLOOR SHERLOCK BLDG.. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA HEAD OFFICg, MAN. Grain Grain G'ain Gain There may be yean when the land does not produce as much in ether yean, but there is no time when Smith-Murphy Co. are not giving the beat ser- vice obtainable. Grain Grain Grain Gain "THETROOF OF THE PROFITS IS IN THE RETURNS." W. K) PORTER. MANAGER LETHBHIOQE BRANCH. OLD SODA FA VORITES The old favorite soda drinks can always be found at our fountain. Don't think that have allow- ed the many fancy drinks to displace them. There is a purity and freshness io our straw- berry, pineapple, vanilla, and raspberry ice cream soda that will surely please, you. Jackson Co. Dispensing Chemists, Lethbridge, Alberta Clean Up! Disinfect! Prevent Disl Is it -worth, sajv hour 'every "week and a. to clean up and disinfect your hog pens, stables, poultry, houses, troughs.-etc.? Or are yoir'going TO waii until some K jjisease strikes your county; and then fall over yourself to do this save your many farmers did last year. I can't understand why niauy far- mers will neglect, disinfecting until they actually see their hcgs or other animals dropping off one by one. There is a place on every farm for Dr. Hess Dip aud Disinfectant; One Gallon Makes 70 to 100 Gat- Ions Solution Cures ringworm iu cattle, scratches and grease heel: also, thrush and foul feet. Invaluable for disinfecting -drains, troughs, garbage cans, es, etc. Good for home .and stable. Sold under a money-back- .guarantee in pint gallon; bans and barrels. JJr. Hess Fly Chaser Does not gum. eolor-.or' blister, Makes stock comfortable. Dr. Hess Clark, Ashland, Ohio. J. D. Higinbotham Co. "Albert Vs Pioneer D Tke ,'WhoIeiale felaii cnemists TELcPHONE NO. 322 Facts by the yard were poured into lie ears of the delegates to the Al- Doniinion u-ide is the new hope of the prohibition fore-} Canada. E.iconraged by the i wave of temperance feeling which has j swept over Canada in tlie past year, placing practically the whole of sev- en provinces within reach of that goal by provincial enactment, prohibition workers have now set their hearts on making the law Dominion-wide, and f the sentiments expressed by. Dr. T. Albori Moore, general secretary of the Social Service committee of the .Meth- i odist church in Canada, and Rev. A. j.suuistTcal" comniitteVwas 7nMed7 flic W. Coone. organizer in Alberta, at' report was received witlrmixed pleas- tile meeting of Conference last night! ure and disappointment but was tak- to he taken as representative of; en to be satisfactory on the whole, the determination on the part of the; The principal features of the report temperancd.'leaders of other follow: the parliament of the Dominion will be i Present membership........ In.TfiS bombarded until the statute Is placed j Decrease in year............. on the books banishing-the bar and! the drinking club from every prov- i Gen. Missionary fund receipts ince in the Dominion. Both speakers j W -Jl- s- receipts........... 0.5SS addressed themselves to this tiuestion i last night, and the result will likely be tlie formation of a -Dominion or-! paid by .Missionary Society for___ gaiilzation to carry on the! fight. i salaries Hev. Jlr. Coone .declared the Domin. i Total in excess of contributions 40.B4I. ion. parliament should have acted ilur-1 Additional Receipts ing the. recent session. He believed Total assessable funds the action taken by the provinces Total connexional funds separately was sufficient ground' on Total ladies aids which they might have acted, but evi- Tots! trustee" boards dently the parties were afraid of giv-] Total circuit purposes ing the other fellow'party advantage Total ministerial support ___ Jin this matter so refused" to do any-j j thing that amounted to anything, i Total for all purposes' I When they did pass an act to help Total decrease the provinces to control the traffic, i Ladies' Aids and Ministerial slip- Geo. R. Dixon Co.. PHONE 1057. STAFFORD j the poor phi !cut out thr 40 Sfinate went to work and iree of the most important clauses in the act. But the time is coming, and he thought .it would be here when the untrammelled, unpre- judiced yotfi of the wo'mea of Canada make the legislators sit un and take the action, the people as a whole de- port showed increase. Other Statistics No. of preaching places .___ New churches Value new eh'jrcheg New parsonages Value new parsonages No. of ministers circuit, majld. Married Dr. Moore declared that the next Average salary Dominion election would be fought as Unmarried much on the temperance issue as on Average salary any other. He said Dominion-wide No. ministers on [.prohibition was coining sure as fate Married..___ and the legislators might as. well see Average salary........ j it that way and take action without be-' Unmarried- ing-forced to it. I Average salary.......... Dr. Moore also told of some of the No. qf Sunday schools........ oilier objects of the Social Service Increase i; 37 S04 committee besides prohibition. Child welfare is one of these aims, and a great Work is being done. The de- partment encourages the holding of. .child-welfare exhibits such as that held at Calgary recently: If the lives of the little ones can be saved and they can.be brought up to bo better men and women, that is Christian work. The light on vice in otiier forms is also receiving attention. Dr. Moore believes that Hie actual white- slave traffic in Canada today has been completely stamped out.. Cleansing of politics of political corruption of bribery is also receiving attention and will be fought tooth 'and nail. j 10 No. qf teachers and officers. No: of Decrease No. Methodist scholars in Union schools' 707' Raised by Sunday Schools for _ .Missions......... 2.103 General S. S. Fund........ -IS7 Local and other purposes.. OG BURN COAL? The Grace Coal Mine is now prepared to talto care of all orders. PHONE 12SO The quality is the best. Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS ELECTRICAL 'SUPPLIES AND ALL KINDS OF ELEC- TRICAL WORK W.L.McKeuzic Co PHONE 637 718 3rd Ave S. CARD OF THANKS..... We take this means of conveying our thanks to of tlie I. R. 'and oiher friends for kind- ness and sympathy extended in. our recent' bereavement. Mrs. E. -V. Ludgate, Mr. and -Mrs. Ed. Pulley. With the installation of a new clari- "ifler at the Crystal Dairy, Manager n.. i iCarlyle Is now proud of the plant, Tlie regular meeting of t le he is cOmpletely ian Order of foresters will, be held Hijallll equal to'the most modern in'the the K. of P. hall tomorrow evenlag at; The clarllicr is a machine S p.m. I he newly elected officers to whia, removes all impurilles from be: present' for installation. Refresh- ments will be served. CONFERENCE CLOSES Alberia Methodist Confer- ence for is over. Thejant session rose at tlirefe o'clock 4r this afternoon, and most 6f the delegates departed for their homes. The main business of the' afternoon was tiie election o' district chairman for the following year, and along, with them named _ secretary'- ahd Sundayy school each district. the milk without affecting the butter fat or other constituents. All milk sold by this dairy is now both pas- teurized and clarified and the company say will meet requirements of the most particular. milk committee of the largest cities, are sterilized.' All bottles and cans completing a process which makes the milk absolutely clean and safe, A refrigerating plant takes irare of. preserving butter and ice ct't'iim in goojl condition. The well "Carlyle" brand of Ice made by Ihis firm, hi mak- i.ng a1 wider market for Itself. H la sold over Southern Alberta and as as Cranbrook.' The company- have taken' over thn building formerly occupied by the Hygienic Hairy, where certain departments of the business arer' conducted. ON Saturday, June 10th AT 2 O'CLOCK SHARP At Sale aiuj Feed Barn 1 Team of: geldlrigs. 7 and 8 Vcars old, weight Ib.s 1 Team of geldings, 8 and 9 years old. weight Ibs. I Team of geldings, 9.'years ojd. weight Ihs. 1 Team of geldings, 8 years old, weight Ibs. 1 Team of geldings, 4 and 6 years old, weight Ibs. I Team of geldings, 5 years old, weight Ibs. 1 Team of driving" ponies, 3 and (i.years old. 1 Belgian Stallion, 3 years old, weight Ibs.. 1 torses off broken. 4 Cows. 4 Wagons. N 8 Sets of double team harness, nearly new. TERM8 CASH. J. A. SMITH, AUCTIONEER.