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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor I I kl. ,cn You Will Settle THE TAYLOR MAID Strawberries from Creston, B.C. RECOGNIZED TO BE THE FINEST QROWN IN BRITISH COLUMBIA And as this it the nearest point we have at getting strawberries from, they arrive In the Finest Condition. W- are to have Dally from now on (when weather permltl) and. by the 16th of this' month we are Informed the Berries will be at their best, and the price for Preserving will be right. We are booking orders now for preserving. Lowest Market Price Guaranteed. office: Phoiel271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phwe 525 Flnrictc IIUIIulu Plants, Vegetables Frache Bros. ICE Delivered Dally j-> to all parts of the city C. E. LEWIS DEAD ouerantee to titlefy you regarding your Ice eupply. RATES 10 Ike. per month 30 Ibl. dally-----12-50 per month 30 Ibe. per menth Western Transfer Co. Limited. Leifcbridge friends, whom he made during his frequent visits to the city. Trill regret to learn of the death at the of his father in Scotia, of C. E. Lewis, B.B.A., superin- tendaat of fairs- and institutes for Alberta, and formerly chief weed inspector. He was 33 years of age. Mr. Lewis is the second mm to have died while employed -..nth the provincial department of Agriculture. T. E. Henderson, former chief weed inspector, having died in 1908. Weaner Pigs and Good Sows have for tale a mimbtr ef Weaner Pigs and Good Sowi. The Lethbriclge Stock Yards GEO. M. Dunn Killed In Heroic Action When G. Duna went into "the trenches he made a bargain, with Thos. McKee, his chum, that when either of them fell in battle, the sur- vivor was'to writs and inform the relatives of the deceaaou. The task j fell on Thos. McKee, whose letter j bearing she sad massage was receiv- ed by Mrs. Duma. Mr. McKee writes j that Dunn was kilted in a heroic at- j tack oa the German on j May ISth., who lires in Scut- land, and has a wife and faraifly there, expresses his deep sympathy j to Mrs. Dunn, and in his epistle lauds the brave work of Buna, and the gallant'way in which he laid down his Hie lor the cause oi justice and right. the 6th inst.. at 624 13th street south, the wife of Geo. B. Mack-ay, of a daughter. CITY AND DISTRICT Lunchoon Tomorrow The Board of Trade will hold its regular weekly luncheon at the Leth- bridge Hotel tomorrow. Sergt. Bird Leaves Sergeant Bird, formerly a guard at the jail, was one of the men who left Calgary on Sunday with the first draft of the 13th Mounted Ritles for an "unknown destination." The Secret of a Good Complexion is in the Care of the Skin If your tennis or golf game, or your ride in the bright sun- shine, or your fishing trips or picnics have caused an inflamed or roughened condition of the skin, don't ap- ply NYAL'S FACE CREAM. It will take out all of the burn and stop the smarting sen- sation. It is delightfully cool- ing and refreshing to the skin, and as it is quickly absorbed, leaves no effect except a wel- come relief. Price 25c per jar. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Phone 55S Third AVC. S. Mr. Codd ii Grand SentineL At the annual convention of the United Commercial .Travellers of Western Canada, at Saskatoon. G. H. Savage. Calgary, jwas ehosen as Grand Counsellor. R Codd, of this city Grand Sentinel. County Troturer Retires John McCausland, treasurer ot the County of .Elgin, Ont.. has retired on a superannuation allowance after long service. K. W. JIoKay, of St. Thomas, succeeds him. Mr. McCausland is the father of Mrs. H. J. Goode, this city. A Dance Will be held in Burginan Hall Every THURSDAY NIGHT From 9 till 12 o'clock GENTS 50c LADIES FREE NEW Sherlock-Manning PIANO MISSION OAK, NEVER BEEN USED, SELLS FOR WE HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED TO DISPOSE OF IT AT 5155.00 Den't take tto long to think it .the inttrumtnt at once. The I Lethbridge Exchange I WHITNEY BLOCK. Martin's Trattftr y Phone 138 6 Pnmpt Scrvlw With advancing years comes con- stipation, Resaji Orderlies are a specially yoed laxative for ageing peo- ple. Sold only by J. D. Hipnbothani Co.. Limited, the RsaUi Store, lOc, 25c and 56c MARKETS WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Open Close July....... Oct Dec. July...... Oct....... July OcL...... 129% 10714 56% 45. 161% 169 105 Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1 Noi-fjjem 125 No. 3 Northern.............. 122% No. ;i 118% 116% No. No. 2 C. W.................. 52% No. 3 C. W................. 51'4 I 1 Extra Feed............... 51 H' No.' 1 Feed No. 2 Feed 49 No. 1 .V. W. C. No. 2 C. W..... HAIL INSURANCE At Cost You in Oc- wKhout intertit. 1914. only 6% and ill, paftf. Write or phone for full infor- mation. M. P. Jchmtton Co. PHONE Ml. Albert! The Own Police Magistrate Elton on Sunday afternoon last delivered a characteris- tic address at the open session of the Men's-Own oa the subject, "Men and the Fulfilment of Christian Citizen- to a large turnout of men and women. The speaker asserted thar a man's real worth to himself or a com- munity lay in the distribution of his worthiest activities and qualities, rather than the possession of dollars. Clirisiiim citizenihiy implied the con- dition and state of highest possible character achievement. Mr. Elton was (heartily thanked for his splendid treatment of his theme. The vocal and instrumental part of the program consisted in a solo by (Miss Hazefl, a solo by A. GJIIT and a piano solo iby Mr. Orlando Kay. Bow Island's Fine Crops' Bow Island does Bow Island demonstrate, the fact that when conditions are anything like favorable this district is equal to any. Callers at the-office of the Review give statements that .are practically Identical, and in tue matter of rain-j fall show that every part of the dis- is receiving favorable and impartial treatment. Wheat and flax are each especially commented ipon for their rapid (almost phenom- growth and for their fine ap- aearance. A sample of flax on the [arm of John -Lee at Sunnyvale mea- sured nine inches, and it was plucked from a field of 30 acres, the whole of which was equally as fine as the sample. Spring' wheat on Mr. Jor- dan's farm, south of Bow Island, in .he vicinity of Forty-mile, is'now 20 nches and there are many other lelds along the ibsntes of the coulee iiat are just as good as this one. The heavy rains of this' week have lelped wonderfully, especially in the case of grain that was seeded too shallow, and farmers who.a week ago (.-ere complainjng of the patchy ap- pearance of th'dir crop are now ex- ceedingly optimistic. BUSINESS LOCALS Ancient Order of Foresters' church parade. All members are requested from Court Star, Court Unity and Companions of the Forest, ;td meet at St. Mary's Hall at 7 p.m. sharp, on Juae. llth. 151-1 Weapons for THE FARMER PARIS .GREEN (in pounds and bulk) STRYCHNINE GOPHERCIDE KIU.EM.QUIOK GRAIN 50c and .fi.00 J.D. The 0. ltd. Store If youurt with your iBcontin- ftnce or supprewion of tirine or pain IB the Stone in the take They S2.SO At WON HIS D. C. M. Stretcher-bearer H. Drake, of Montreal, decorated -with the Dis- tinguished Conduct Medal for rescu- ing a comrade under fire. THE BULLETIN BOARD Notice) for thli Column" ruth thlt, Offlci beftrt 1i neon en the diy of publicities There will be a meeting of the Trades and Labor council tomorrow evening at- eight o'clock. .AH bers are requested tu be present. All Oddfellows are requested at the cemetery this evening for the purpose of preparing the gravn for Memorial Day. Those living in North Lethbridge will please go to the old cemetery. CAPTURE, TRANSPORT 4 London, June Is olfic- ially announced that the Turk- ish gunboat is sunk, and.tke Turkith tramiport >Mo- gu] capturod. The action took 4 place in V p GuU 4 4 giOD. 4 CASUALTIES' LIGHT Bryan's Reasons for Resigning Washington. D.C.. June his statement giving his reasons for his resignation, Bryan says two of the points on which lie and the President disagreed are as follows: to the suggestion of in- vestigation by an international com- mission: and, l to warning Americans against travelling on belligerent ships or with cargoes of ammunition. Bryan says he believes the nation ghou'id frankly state to Germany that it is willing to let the arbitration principle to which Germany has com- mitted herself DR applied. Fie does iiot know if Germany will accept, hut he thinfcs the offer should be made. Arguing on the second.point, Bryan says he does not see why Americans should be permitted to involve their country in war by travelling upon a belligerent ship, which they know will pass thro.ugh the danger zone. Should they not, out of consideration for their country and their own safety, avoid danger when, such ivoidssce is pos- sible, if the government could not legally prevent travoriicg on. such ships, it could adviie them not to do so.' Bryan believes American vessels also should be prevented from carry- ing ammunition cargoes. Bryan concludes by saying that as a private citizen he considers himself free to .urge the .propositions he has enunciated, aJid to public atten- tion to them in such a way as to in- fluence the President to adopt them. He reserves other sointg of differ- ence for presentation in the future. Ottawa, Ont.. June alty lUts received during the past 24 hours are considerably smaller than thcue which have been -pouring into the depart- meni. during the past tow Tveeks. This indicates that the great majority nf Mmo" suffered In the two big fights in which the Canadians have