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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 0, IflHi For the Laundry Silver Gloss Starch Commission Looks With Grave Suspicion On All of Allison's Transactions The visit of 'Mr. Sanford Evans was talked of at the meeting of ihe board of trade yesterday. It was felt that this was important, especially to the farmers, and the entertainment com- mittee were asked to take charge of the arrangements for the occasion and provide an opportunity for a good crowd to hear this gentleman, who will be in Lethbridge on June 22nd. There was same talk about issuing a visitors' guide to the city, describ- ing the points of interest, attractions at the park, river bottom, giving the street car schedule, etc. Commission- er Freeman has the idea in hand. The matter of appointing an attrac- tion committee was also brought up, and S. J. Siiepherd asked to report on the legal standing of such a commit- tee. Attraction committees are at- tached to a number of boards of trade, the purpose being to relieve persons from unnecessary expense or legal action when-matters of trade or busi- ness were in dispute or required ad- justing. For Your Week-end Purchases Phone 1113 or 416 McKILLOFS NEXT HERALD OFFICE FRUITS Fresh Strawberries tomorrow, Marge boxes, 2 for 45c New Apricots, 20c, Ib. per basket 90c New Plums, 20c per Ib. per basket 85c New Peaches, per basket 20c Pineapple, large size, each Bananas, per doz 30c Grapefruit, 3 for 25c Tomatoes, per Ib......... 25c Oranges, per doz, .25c and 40c Welch's Grape Fruit, 10, 25, 50c NEW VEGETABLES Carrots, and Beets, 4 Ibs. 2Sc Asparagus, per Ib........ 20c Head Lettuce, 2 for.......25c Cucumbers, 15c 25c New Cabbage, 3 Ibs. for 25c Radishes, Lettuce and Onions .Try a can of the George ington Coffee, 45c, 75c, SI-CO Peanut Butter, in bulk, Ib. 30c Olives, per pint 25c HR1NZ GOODS- Heinz Sweet Mixed, per bottle 35c Heinz Sweet Gherkins, 35c Heinz Sour mixed per bot. 35c Keinz Sour Gherkins, bot. 35c Heinz Ghow Chow, per bot. 35c Heinz Chili Sauce, per bot. 35c Heinz India Relish, per bot. 35c Heinz Horse. Radish, bot. 30c Heinz Apple Butter rn crocks 60c Heinz Catsup 30c Heinz Tomato Chutney 35c Heinz Mustard 20c ,Heinr Pure Olive Oil, per bottle............ 35c 90c Heinr Pork and Beans, 15c, 20c. and 35c SNIPER'S GOODS Snider's Chile Sauce.......45o Snider's Catsup 30c Snider's Oyster Cocktail 45c Snider's Salad Dressing 45c Snider's Tomato Soup 16 oz. 15c Also a Full Line of Crockery GET ABALOON For tke Children When You Phone Your Order Ottawa, Juno Henderson, counsel for Allison, continuing his ar- gument this afternoon, said he did not know of one transaction to Allison's discredit. It was predicted that Cur- veil would nail him to the cross, but his performances hnd been a miser- able fiasco. Kef erring to Sir Sum Hughes' letters of rocoinmondntiun to the shell commission, Mr. Henderson said it was u perfectly proper thins for a minister to endeavor to get put- roitngo for his own constituency in u legitimate way. Col. Allison knew the j Commissioner Duu1 did not think so. Jfr. Henderson having referred to tile commission payments and subse- fjuent division as an automatic chain, Commissioner DuiT said that it ap- peared to bo an emiloss chain. He. was not the keeper of thoir conscience but ho would like to have seen some of them. It was stnmgo that Alli- son's name appeared now here, in transactions though lie beneilited io the extent of -Mr. Henderson: "It was ft loose, and careless arrangement." type ot" men he was introducing to the shell commission. He was not look- ing for commissions at the time. "He have contemplated that it Yoakum got anything he would siiuro it." commented Sir William iUeritlith. Mr. Henderson admitted that now this was quite obvious. Then Mr. Henderson referred to letters Allison sent to the International people and Dowler-Forbes, saying that nothing was to be added to the price to pro- vide a commission for himself. Sir William Meredith observed thai lie must have led General Hughes to believe that he was taking that course rith regard to all fuse contracts. Mr. Justice Duff said that mission business required a good deal j On the. other hand ho thought it to be a carefully calculated arrangement. He was not concerned abo-it the Am- ericans. but with his i el low-country- men concerned in this thing and the whole thing, he said, is that Col. Alli- son, as confidential agent of the min- ister of militia, dips his hand in the till to the tune of in connec- tion with these contracts. Mr. Henderson: "That is a strong expression." Commissioner Duff: "I intend it to be strong." AUCTION SALE OF FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS on Thursday, June 15 1 O'CLOCK SHARP EIGHT MILES EAST OF NEW DAYTON, TEN MILES NORTH OF WARNER, SOUTH-EAST QUARTER SECTION 3, TOWNSHIP 6 RANGE 17. Age 4 vears Weight 1250 Ibs. 1200 1250 1300 1WO 1400 1700 I BOO HORSES. 1 Bay Mare............................ 1 Black Mare.......................... 1 Bay Gelding ,1 Black Mare I- Bay Gelding I Bay Gelding Bay Gelding 1 Black Gelding A3! broken to harness. -1 Gelding, 1 year. 3 Setts of team harness. IMPLEMENTS 1 Massey Harris Binder. l Sulky Plow, 14-inch, 1 CockBhutt Gang Plow in. i Massey-Harris Cultivator. I 4-Section Iron Harrow. 1 Harrow Cart. 1 T-iimber Wagon alid Tank. 1 Hay.Rack. i Dumber. Wagon. 1 Cart, 1 Democrat Buggy. Forks, Shovels and other articles cash, the balance payable on January 1st, 1S17, with approved joint notes with Z. per cent on all credit or 8 per cent, off for cash on ail credit amounts, CHRIS LARSEN, Proprietor. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer. No reierve, at the proprietor hu told jilt farm. explanation. He thought there would have been no difficulty at the ime in raising any amount of money on the 34.00 graze fuse contract. The commissioner said that Allison had gone to one of his own partners in to commission, aud addressing Mr. Henderson, added: "Probably hat is something that am sure you vouhl not preteud to justify without the whole position as he- ween himself and Yoakum to the commission and Gen. Hughes'." Mr. Henderson: ''It was distinctly egrettable that he did not explain he situation to the minister." Sir "Win. Meredith: "Was he not nly honestly, but legally bound to disclose that Mr. Henderson declared that if "Mr. Allison told the minister this the reply would have been to "go to it.'r In the course of further argument by (Mr. Henderson, Sir Wm. Meredith said that when Allison was told by Yoakum there was a commission for him he had not the moral courage to resist j it. Commissioner Duff asked Mr. Hen- derson if he did not think' that Yoa- kum. if he had realized that his part- ner was dealing with the confidential agent of General Hughes, would have dropped the transaction. To him such a thing was inconceivable. He added: "Dti you think a man in a confidential position would do what has been done without arousing suspicion, I think that everything in 'connection with the transaction must be examined with suspicion." Mr. Henderson: "I entirely agree with you that Col. Ailison later realiz- ed that the transaction would be look- ed upon with suspicion." Sir William Meredith: "Then, -why didn't he return the money? Mr. Henderson: "To Sir William Meredith; "No, to his principal." air. Henderson: "i know of only one case where it was done." Commissioner Duff: "I am sorry that you say only Winnipeg. June my, of Wesley college, and Sir James Aikins. appeared before the Presby- terian general assembly here today to convey to the commissioners the cor- dial greetings of the Methodist church of Canada. Rev. Dr. Balrd. in his reply to the visitors, referred to thu great length of time over which the union negotia- tions had been extended and said that whatever the issue might be. the Pres- byterian church would never forget the extreme patience with which the Methodist church in Canada had wait- ed for the final decision. American Legion CITY 2nd HAND STORE Looking Tor a plueo u> soil your FUKNITUHET Go lo Iho City 2nd Hand Store Are you lo buy liig-h HHSS FUJiNlTURET Go to tlio City 2nd Hand Store A re you looking for a plueo when.' yon can sjol: a square doa I! Go to the City 2nd Hand Store .1.1 o you to deal with u good, reliable I'ivni! Go to Ibo City 2nd Hand Store All our transactions arc cash, clean and above board. CITY 2nd HAND STORE 406 5th Street South. Phone 1428. I A. FOR MIR Board of Trade to Take Up Mat- ter of Accommodation For Travellers After July 1st Tile following men have been taken on the strength ot the .'.'llth Bn. C.E.F. "American Legion" in addition to those recently published in the Her- ald: L. Pratt, C. Berry, T. .T. Hiblett, J.i O'Konr Ji. Barnhouse, Geo. Prell, C.; Anderson, W. H. Hart- wick, L. Simmons, Clement S. Thy- genii, Li. R. McCorinicti, Geo. D. Petrie, E. Riley, Pennington, S. Penning- ton, James Robertson. T. Standing, T. A. Marsh. uel Malconts'on. S. Feeny. WHEN USING WILSON'S READ DIRECTIONS CAREFULLY AND FQLbtlW Turn ?iS) EXACTLY, Far more effective "irhan Sticky Fly Catchers. Clean to handle. Sold by Druggists and Grocers everywhere. "The disseiition evident and the cou- entious nature of the convention since its opening is entirely contrary to Uic ideals of the W. A. and to Christum principles, and our motto, 'The love of Christ coustraineth has been made a hollow mockery were the strong used this morning by. Mrs. Stavert, literary secretary-treas- urer, at the W. A. convention this morning in speaking on the topic, What it be a A. Mem- ber." The annual "meetings should be p, source of inspiration to the dele- gates attending and instead of wast- ug time in wrangling, the days should be spent in an. effort to further -ce- ment the various brandies of this diocese in one harmonious body." The responsibility of being an offi eer was dealt upon fully. The mem hers usually follow the example ot the executive is for these officers to conduct themselves that their example will be well, "fpi lowed. A discussion then arose concerning j just what it should mean to he a mem j her of this auxiliary. It was suggest I ed that some form of initiatory ser vice he introduced; perhaps if this were done it would help to impress upon the people what their member ship should mean to them. The thank offering this year amount ed to ?94.15 and it was voted to divide sum between the literature de partment and the expense account. Pincher Creek June Hcrron ex-M. P., Lieut.-Col' Lyons. Captaii Campbell, Lieut. Stubbs, and Lieut. Dims dale were the speakers of a very stirring recruiting meeting held at Fishburn on' .Monday night Fishburn has already given nearly to her utmost, but the recruiting gentle- men's efforts were rewarded by the signing on of Horace Grey-stone, and two more promising to do so in a day or two The 'Memorial Hospital board of directors have with sincere fc'egret accepted the resignation of .Miss Mc- Mally as matron of the institution, ilisis' Hanam has accepted the vacan- cy. C. P. R. CLOSE New York. June C. P. R. closed today ai RETURNED SOLDIERS' BADGES The Canadian Patriotic Fund wish- es to announce that no badges will be Issued-to returned soldiers who land ed in Canada after January ISth last, except to those who did not pass through, the Quebec and St. John dis- charge depots. Any man making ap- plication'must do so on a form which can'be obtained from any one of the en Capt. A. G. Ley, C.M.C.H., 31 College street, Toronto; Lieut.-Gol Smith, 301 Drummond Buildjhg, Montreal; Albert Pearce, 185'Lombard street Winnipeg; Re- turned Soldiers Association 428 "Main street, Winnipeg; H. Stutchbury Parliament Buildings, Edmonton; Wil- liam; Parliament Buildings. Calgary P W Peters, 700 Gamble street, Vancouver; J. Warwick, Par- liament Buildings, Toronto. Positively no nidn can obtain a sec- ond badge. F. A. Hanna, of Vancouver, becomes manager of the Royal Bank at Nelson utceeiling A B "Netherby, who goes to Regina. Hay and Grain! WE ARE NOW LOCATED IN THE METALS, LIMITED, BUILDING, 1221 2ND AVENUE SOUTH, PHONE 732, and we are prepared to fill your requirements of hay and grain, either wholesale or retail. A trial order will satisfy yon as to quality, price and service. We have some good TIMOTHY SEED at in per Ib................ 1UC Storage space for rent. House- hold goods a specialty, The Samiders Hay Grain Co. Abundance Seed Oats 45 Lbs. io Bushel 100% Germination in Six Days By Government Laboratory test Per Bushel (Bulk) Price Seed. Potatoes' Green stand- (Sold Coin, Burbank." Mountain -and. other artl varieties For ton F. 0. HliDE CO., (Successors to Hyde Corner 2nd Ave. 4 12th St. A. Phone 1244 TIE UP GREEK PORTS London, June was announced officially today that restrictive .meas- ures affecting Greek ports were being :onsidered. "to prevent supplies from reaching the enemy." The first move in determining where the travelling public will find accom- modation in Lethbridge after July 1st was made j'esterday when F. W. Downer brought the matter to' 'the at- tention of the council of the board of trade at its regular meeting. He pointed out that the liotels are crowd- ed, it being necessary to wire for re- sedvations. felso that at least one j lotel would close and rumor, .says others are same action. At ins suggestion the 'secretary of the board will interview? all'tlie' hotels to discover their purpose as to contin- uing in 1st and whether both rooms and dining rooms will be at service of the public after that date. The board agreed with him that visitors to the city will have to be looked after. At the pres- ent time there are practically no empty louses and rooms are scarce. Letli- bridge is the only city in the west where this condition is found. CREAM BAKING POWMR Madefromcreamof tartar derived from grapes. Best for good food and good health. NO ALUM (1) Typical scene in Portland, Oregon, showing how rose flowers grown each year, (2) Typical residence jcene in Portland, Oregon. (3) More than 300 beautifully decorated automobiles are seen in the Portland Hose Festival. THE world has. been Invited to Portland for this opening of the Tenth Annual Rose' Festival in the second week in June. Millions ot rose flowers will be .on review to send forth their delightful fragrance, a lilting welcome guests from every land. Portland, which, Canadians can reach by way of the Canadian Pacific Rockien, is tiis year talking roses eo that the tourist can enjoy the wonderful scenery Canada offers as welt appreciating the festival. The annual ftcsla Is probably one of the best demonstrations of community spirit in the coun- try. Tbe Oregon metropolis eacli year produces more than rose flowers, having been .specializing on this Queen of Flowers for over 20 years During .this festival weeks-the Peninsula Park Is one mammoth rose garden where more: than l.MO.MW roeii covering 700 varieties are In bloom at one limn. It Is said that If the roso'bu'sties In Portland were placed In one great hedge it would reach from Winnipeg to Glacier, B.C., in the Canadian Pacific Rockies, over a thousand milca. This year right in the heart of the business section two park blocks will be transformed into a down-town rose garden featuring rosea and other beautifulMlowers. it will have ns attraction a rose fountain cojisjstifig of "Dorothy Perkins" U 1 of the kind ever built In the United "RSLZ2? 'P srowB" Is the slogan (or this year's fcetini VK, reminder ttat a loso lo Portland each tor all the on the three am ;