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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up 3 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel inllberta Settle Down THE TAYLOR MAID 11 JnUCa 1L Strawberries from Creston, B.C. RECOGNIZED TO BE THE FINEST GROWN IN BRITISH COLUMBIA And ai thi> U the neirctt point we have of getting Strawberries from, they arrive In the Finest Condition. are to have Dally Shipments from now on (when weather permits) and by the 15th of this month we are Informed the Berries will tie at their belt, and the price for Preserving. will be right. We are booking now for preserving. Lowest Market Price Guaranteed. Office: Phoiel271 Is! THE GOOD CO, Phtie 525 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Potted Planti, Florists Frache Bros. I Delivered Dally all of the city We to utisfy you regarding your ice. cupply. 10 daily.. ..S2.00 far month 10 Ibs. daily ____ par month 30 Iba. daHy. month Western Transfer Co. NOTICE EEWAKD Bay Gelding, weight 1300 Ibs., age 12 years. Brand- ed S quarter circle on left thigh and J reversed B on left thigh. KLATT BROS., Altorado, Alt.. MARKETS GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, 5. Opening and WEATHER a .45 .15 closing prices on tie grain today were July i.ss i.231 Oct............_............. 1.05J Dec..............._ 1.87-J July 5i< 56 Oct........_ ..__._ 46" 484 July----..................... 1.64 1.66J Oct.........................._ 1.S91 1 70 WIN'klP'EB CASH" PRICES Xo. 1 Xor. 1.294- No. 2 Xor. _____........ Xo. 4 Xo. 2 C. W............. Xo. :i C. Extra Xo. 1 Feed Xo. 3 Flu- No. 1 X. W.'C. No. 2 C. W. CHICAGO Julv i 10 Sept.................. IOC' MINNEAPOLIS 1.25 Leihbridgo, clear 60 Edmonton, cloudy 82 Saskatoon, fair 5? Winnipeg, cloudr 50 Nelson, cloudy SI Deer, cloudy 63 Macleod, clear 68 Prince Albert, iair 58 Regiua, clear 51 27 Port .Arthur, cloudy SO 32 .02 Calgary, fieir 60 42 Medicine Hat. cloudy 6i 44 The weather over the prairie prov- inces has been cloudy and cool with trost and rain in many places in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, .v r FORECAST Manitoba aud Sas- eic kaKhewan-FBir and cool, Wednesday little warmer. aad a little warmer. Open Close CITY AND DISTRICT Returns From Holiday E. J. Lemieux, disr-Urt roaster me- chanic, returned yesterday from a holi- day in the eastern States. 1.191 55 S3} 53} 71J 1.64J- l.OSf Lieut. j Medical li Medicil Officer J. J. Gillespie. M.D, Arraj Corps, Pincher Creek, has TORONTO METHODIST SUPERINTENDENT DEAD Tui-cmio, Ont., June Dr. George John Bishop, superintendent .of tlie Methodist Deaconess' Training i school, died this afternoon from pneu- monia. He has a couple of sons in vAlberta. Weaner Pigs and Good Sows VAa have for tale a number of Weaair and Good The Lethbridge Stock Yards a so. Dec. 1-llti J.07-J ___________________ l.OSJ LIVESTOCK PRICES SATURDAY Calgary: Hogs, SS.56: Winnipeg: Hogs. 15.50; cattle, JS.50. Chicago: J8.10-S9.70. Hogs, catflB. Official News That Renton is Only Wounded Many conflicting reports have beeu circulated; in the city regarding the fate of Sydney Rentoo, formerly of i Lethbridge, who left Macleod with the J first contingent. Only last night the Herald published information receiv- ed in a letter, from a chum of Rentoa, stating that he had been killed, and some time before information from the front said that he had been only wounded. His mother, who lives at N.B., writes a friend. in the pity that she has received no offi- Iciai information of son's death, al- though she-haa been informed that he I was wounded. been attached to the 33th Rifles as medical officer. Patriotic Rally A patriotic rally of the Sundaj School pupils will be held on Patriotic Sunday, .lime 27, la the Wesley church. Pupils from all the Sunday scooois in the .city will be present. Pretorlan at Montreal The Canadian Pacific steamship Pretorian reached Montreal safely on Sunday night. Lethbridge passen- gers are due to arrive here Thursday morning1. Will Celebrate the First Taber citizens will celebrate Do- minion Day this year. As usual, a good programme of sports is being prepared, and a good time is looked for. For Belgian Relief Fund W. A. Buchanan, M.P., has forward- ed the share of the proceeds of the sale of the horse donated by .Mr. R. Tiffin, also subscribed by a Scotchwoman, to the Belgian Relief fund headquarters at Montreal. Sons of England The S.O.E. W.R. meet tomorrow ening at 8 o'clock sharp. Important business, re changing night of meet- ing, and conferring the W.R. degree. The 'White Rose meeting wiH be fol lowed by a trip of H.M.S, Lion. All officers and crew are requested to be on board. CONCENTRATION CAMP OPEN AT VERNON Vernon, B.C., June hun- dred men of the 47th Regiment and More Large Eggs H. E. Kelly, who lives at Spring Coulee, writes the Herald regarding egg records. Mr. Kelly states that je has a single comb black Minorca lien chat lays eggs which measure 6% inches around, aud 7jfc inches around lengthwise. He states that this is a record, and the largest egg he has yet" seen. INSURANCE In Good Reliable Com- panies 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. Railroad Men Here D. C. Coleman. assistant general the lllh C.M.R., are to ar- j manager of the C.P.R., Winnipeg, was rive for training-at the Vernon con- f accompanied on bis inspection trip to j centration citmp this The 54th I the city today by General Superln I Regiment, which is now being recruit-1 tendent. J. M. Cameron, j ed Jn the Kootenajr and Boundary dU-j Frank Lee, principal assistant cngin i tricta, will be hare in the courae of eer, Winnipeg: George Whhelcy, a few days, at u it is mobilized, siatant superintendent motive power. The new bafcullon of infantry for Montreal, and M. J. Scott, master me- S the raising of which in B.C. authority j rhanin, Calgary: K. Alexander, di- J was given this week from Ottawa, will also train here this summer, and it la expected that between three and four thousand men will be present at the camp before the end of the season. vlisiun engineer. Ca'igary. Locates at Nelton Nelson News: Ft. D. Barnes, who re- cently arrived in 'Kelson to take over the management of the Taylor MJlllnK Xo man caa do effective work Elevator Co.. Ltd. la a native of j southern Alberta, and comes from'Ta- J I iif has hpftti in charge of constipated Retail Orderlies an effective laxative. Sold onlv bv j. D. Htditbotham Co., Umited, The Rexali Store. lOc. 26c and 50c boxes, -Advertisement. interests of the company for some Thu is firat inoictln Have a Cool. Clean Head la warm weather there is nothing more welcome than the luxury 'ol "a, cleansing, cooling shampoo. .You. may enjoy the delight just as often as you wish IE you purchase a bottle of our LIQUID "TAR SHAMPOO This is a Liquid Tar Soap and Is delightful to use, and In addition to its value as a poo, it stimulates the growth of hair and keeps the scaip clean and Price 35c per Large Bottle The Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited Clarify the Drinking Water The water is "'muddy" Get a package of our :ALIJM put up specially for that pur- pose. Half a teasiloonful is suffic- ient to clarify a gallon of water. lOc Per J.D.HigiobottiamSCo. ltd. The Store Assistant General Manager of C.P.H. a visitor HOME GUARD A, H. 'McKeown. (Major Bur- nett and others interested, are agitating the organization of a Home Guard Mr. Mc- Keown. has written the depart- ment of Militia asking for re- cognition of body, and is awaiting reply. There are about 100 here" who have al- ready signified willingness to j6in. Proximity to the inter- national border is given by Mr. McKeown as an urgent reason why there should be a Home Guard here. 4, Something Different Something Better ELLISON'S SPECIALS G.LIUSHED OATS AND OOKN Your horses will work better on ton MIXED CORN CHOP Fine ground. .Best on the market, for Hogs.. per ton SAMPLES FUBNISHI3D ON BEQUEST Call. Write, or Phone. Ellison Milling and Elevator Limited Lethbridge, Alberta. Pasteurized Milk "In Sterile Bodies, .13 quarts for. Pasteurized'Creniu, per quart__......40C Protect Your Health BY USING PASTEURIZED OR FOOD VALUE IS NOT IMPAIRED. The Crystal Dairy Limited Cor. 13th Street 6th Ave. PHONE 1576 CENSURE THE GENERAL CONFERENCE St. Mary's. Ont., .Tune a vote of 85 to 67, London Methodist conference yesterday cenaured General Conference for refusing at U-6 last seaiion to grant women members of -conference eqiml representa- tion with men in the courts of the church. Ottawa., Ont., June Charles Davidson, the commissioner appointed to hold an inquiry into war purchases made by the government, will hold u conference with Hon. C. .1. Doherty. minister of to consider the method of procedure and the scope of the inquiry. IL is the intention of the commissioner to investigate not only those matters which figured in the Public Accounts hearing last ses- sion, but to extend its hearingi to all matters, great or small, which relate to' war purchases. WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN gf for the UniUd whole resignation Hat caused a MHMtien London, June Asquith announced in the House of Commons that the British government was con- sidering the initiation of a national In- surance scheme to cover losses in- tfllcted by German aircraft. The Pre- mier made his statement while reply- ing, to a number of questions relative to the damage done in recent German air raids. "Relief will be granted in all these as well as in previous said Mr. Asquith. FORMER M.P. DEAD Uxbridge, Ont., June James Gould, former member of the House of Commons, and the Ontario legislature for north here, Sunday, ageii 75. Ontario, died DO NOT FORGE PUBLIC OPINION "Any law, though framed by angela, that the people did not want and would not enforce would not be a good Ia.w for" the people. Legislation on moral questions must follow, and not try to force, public opinion. The whole prohibitory movement, as at present managed, puts physical force j.at the front and sends moral force to I the late Dr. Washington t to .mountain country, all his life having been spent on the prairie-und j he txpresses himself as delighted with everything he has iflen since his arrival here on the first of the month. CARD "OF THANKS Mr. and Mre. H. McNulty, 1fi2a 1st Avenue North, wish to thank Mr. Phillips, local manager of the Gas' Company, for rescuing their little .daughter Grace who fell in the Hen- derson Lake Sunday afternoon. 150-1 BUSINESS LOCALS Kow is the time to fake care hair. A new Bliipment. of Dander Off has just arrived for domestic use, at' Kaake's Barber Shop, Street. A cure guaranteed with uvery bottle. Makes Must Children Suspected Kelly Gave to Funds, Says Armstrong Winnipeg, June Hugh Arm- strong, former provincial treasurer of Manitoba, told the royal commission, today-, .that when he learned Thomas Kelly 'had 'really been overpaid for his work on the new parliament buildings, he contemplated resigning from the government, hut did not do so because he believed such an act would be disloyal to his colleagues. He'further testified that, on becom- ing convinced of the overpayments, he "strongly suspected" Kelly to be a heavy contributor tu the Conserva- tive campaign fund. Nevertheless, he insisted that he did not, and does not now, doubt the integrity of hia former colleagues. It was expected that Hon. Dr. W. H. Montague would take the stand again, today, hut he was not able to do so. Sir Rodmond K obi in and Armstrong, who had been sub- jioenaed, were in court, and the lat- ter therefore asked to testify. Germans Using Fatal Greek Fire London, June The Moscow Slo- vo lias a note from the Stry front, from which it appears that the Ger- mans have discovered- something that bears a strong resemblance to the fearsome Greek lire, a secret which kept the Byzantine empire from threatened destruction on several oc- casions during centuries. The apparatus used consists of a couple of cylinders, one small, containing compressed air the other of large capacity holding some form of inflam- mable liquid which is supposed to in- clude -benzine petroleum and some or- ganic fats and resins: This liquid is forced by compressed air through a fire hoze nozzle and the liquid being ignited as it escapes by a flarae a score of yards long. Use Poiioned Bullets Besides these inventions, it seems hardly worth mentioning that in the Baltic provinces lighting, the Ger- mans have been using poisoned bul- !ets, specimens of which are now in the Tiands of the imperial commis- sion formed to investigate the charg- es of German atrocities on the Rus- sian fronts. Manitoba Liberals nominated B. A. Talbot (or La Veranrtiye, and J. H. Black, of for Francois London, June contention of Winston Churchill that the British navy has been increasing in strength fay leaps and bounds since the begin- ning of the war is borne out by known additions to the fleet, of super- dreadnoughts which were nofc com- plete when war was declared. The list of new ships includes such vessels as the Barbara, the Malaya, the Ramillies, the Resolution, the Revenge, the Royal Oak, the "Royal Sovereign, the Valiant unri the War- spite, each displacing tons and carrying in the main batteries eight 15-inch guns. The Queen Elizabeth is one of this group 01 super-dreadnoughts and is the only one of the new seafighters which has been put forward into the fighting line. In addition to the above vessels, the British fleet has been keeping., well in hand a number of super-dreadnoughts such as the Ben- how, the Emperor of India, the Iron Duke- and the Marlboro ugh, each mounting in the main battery ten 13.5 hich guns. Still a third class of super-dread- noughts, each of approximately 000-ton displacement, is being kept well in hand. This third class is.rep- resented hf the Centurion, the Con- queror, the King George V., the Monarch, -the Orion and the Thunder- er. The Audacious belongs also to this class. The Audacious was tor- pedoed off the north Irish coast, was taken into port anil is now again in the fighting'line'ready for active ser- vice. PATRIOTIC CARD PARTY AND DANCE At the Masonic Hall on THURSDAY, JUNE 10th 8.30 :o: Supper at II Program and. Dancing Following Vfe ADMISSION 50c Proceeds to be divided equally between the I.O.D.E. and the Red Cross ;