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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1915 THE LETIinniDGE DAILY HEtVAMV PAGE FrVR GREAT BARGAINS Throughout Evefry Department ALL AROUMD NOW IN FULL SWING NEED DOCTORS FOR ACTIVE SERVICE Calgary, Alia.. June Jl epical practitioners am ru- quired for tlio Itoyal Army Medical Corps for active sor- vice. The qualifications am follows: UrltlBh subject, recom- mended by officer eoimiiondint; district, certified as mudically fit for service; ago under 45 yearn; must bo of iomo Canadian university, and also registered In one of the Canadian provinces. Physicians doslrinB to volunteer nhoiild f. Harrison (Summerland. Pinrher Creek, A. A. Lytle; Fishburn. H. S. Bird; Livingstone (under A. J. Rudd; Bellevue, Fred T. T. H. Frank, Young. Tim ciigugtMiii'iM iw aiiuuuitcud ,MiBH Ethel MaiiUn Miipuls. H.A.. daugh- ter of thf. Into Ur. ThoiiiJiB H. and .Mrs. Uiipnis of KinjjSLini. id Ur. Laurie L. Burgess, professor ni' analytical clioin- islry, University of Saskatchewan, !SanHatooh.'Sagk. Tin; man-fane will liuhe place i" on Juno ao._ T ravers, Alta.. Juno locality was again vliited by a very heavy rainfall, 'lasting for three days, a ver- itable deluge, filling all the ponds and low places with water. Hail re- ported to have fallen south of here, but no dnrnage to crops was done. M. Cocbrane had three horses killed by lightning in the late storm, and Albert Hanson lost two cows- In the same manner. Some horses and ahoni twenty dogs have been killed not far from hf-re by the promiscuous use of gopher poison. People sho.uld -use a little more cau- tion in distributing strychnine. Xick Siems has been called to'.the States to see his father, who is very ill. Crop conditions here were never better. Oars barley are especial- ly fine. Wheat on the summer fallow- ed lands Is in advance of the spring plowed sowing, being about 12 inches in height at the present writing, and very even. Some of the wheat fields seem of very uneven growth, owing to the fact that all the seed did not come at once, but will likely improve with warmer weather.. 'It has been too cold for very rapid growth for the last two weeks. A few warm days with all this moisture will hurry things. The mosquitos are ,-here- in Cull force, and from our past experience this is a sure sign of a bountiful har- vest. J. Stamp is very ill, the F.cflaw doc- tor being in attendance. The Travers baseball team played at Enchant on Sunday, and returned in triumph, as usual. The farmers around here are all b.usy with the summer fallowing. Some have already finished, and are break- ing the sod. A vast amount of break- ing would be done here this .season if the cost of horse ..feed w.as not so high. The nrice is beyond reason, and tfie elevator "mall'here must ba laying up riches for his great grandchildren. THE STAFF IN CONTROL AT VAL CARTIER CAMP Ottawa, Oat., June officers for Valcartier training camp for over- seas forces have been chosen, as fol- lows: Camp commandant, Col. John Hugh- es, officer commanding the !Hh In- fantry, and a brother of the Minister of Militia. Orderly officers, Lienl. S. T. Hate. R.C.R., Ottawa, and Lieut. G. 1.1. Burn, Ottawa. General staff officer, .Major B. Anderson, fourth division. Intelligence officer, .Calitain J. W. Sifton, Ottawa. Administrative officer, Lieut.-Col. .1. D. Doull, permanent forces. Camp engineer, Major A. 1'. Der- oche, Ti.C.E. Assistant director of transport, Lieut.-Col. George P. Murphy. Ottawa. Assistant director medical service, Major A. D. Winter. Staff officer to medical officer, Cap- tain A. L. C. Gilday. Ordnance officer, Major W. F. C. Sullivan. Paymaster, Captain .f. A. Gilbert. Assistant paymaster, Lieut. A. All- mond. Sanitary officer, .Major H. H. Jlnck- elston. Assistant iirovosl marshal. Captain H. L. Webber. i The pupils of Mrs I.. H. JeKlff are i holding e piano rt'citnl in the Y.M.C.A. auditorium tomorrow evening, June 11. All who arr inti'iesled are cor- dially invited. The Pomi'iion lodge No. 41 meets'tonight in iln; Oddfellows' hall at eight o'clock. The Willard W.C.T.r. will hold a work meeting i" ihe St. Andrew's church on'Frlday afternoon. All are cordially invited. Tlie G. R club will meet with .Mrs. Warren, 532 Fifteenth street Soulh. tomorrow afternoon. Letyiforidge people will he interested In learning that an effort is being I _ made to set apart. Grace Jletliodist church; Winnipeg, for missionary work'.-along city mission anil institu- tional lines, with a view of having the licv. J. R. JTughson, erly of IlliB city, retained as perma- nent pastor'. At present a Methodist The members of ilie Alexander Gait Chapter, I.O.U.E.. are to meet at 423 Eigliili street Soulh to- morrow afternoon for rawing. The Junior W.A. of St. Cyprian's Church will hold a special meeting in the Parish room on Saturday afier- noon at 2.30 o'clock. As this is the 1 last meeting during the summer, all past and present members are renuest- j ed to be present. A committee 'meellnir of the Ited Cross society will be held in the so- ciety rooms in ihe Acadiu block to-j morrow (Friday I afternoon at four o'clock.' I A delightful.little function was that 'given in lionor of Mrs. Lottie I. Kenny. Grand Matron oi the Grand Chapter, OBS when'lira. John Brodip, enter- tained at hincheiin. Covers Avere laid for ten! Later in the afternoon, -Vrs. Kenny was the ..guest-of honor at af- ternoon tea at the home of Mrs. A. E. Humphries, when many .members of the local Chapter greeted the Grand Matron.-, Mrs. Kenny left on the ev- lening train for High River. Roblin is Responsible For the Mutilation of the Manitoba Records minister is only permitted to remain four fears on "a and the Grace church people in Winnipeg feel (hatT-'it is for the welfare of the cause that Mr. Hiighson should be retained for a longer period and they prc asking the conference to make an exceptional case of their church. It !is understood that St. ..lames Methodist cliurch, Montreal, anil the Metropolitan church, Toronto, are taking similar action. They are sim- ilarly-situated to Grace church, Win- nipeg', being located, in the great down1 town centres of the large cit- ies. i THE STANDARD ARTICLE SOLD EVERYWHERE, REFUSE SUBSTITUTES Celebrate July 1 Coaldale. Alta., -Abram Baldwin of Oberon, N.D., an old neigh- bor of Mr. and. -Airs. Fred-Norton is visiting at their home. Mrs, Charles .Bishop of Bow Island is visiting at the home of Mrs. A. Mit- chell and .Mrs. V. Mowey. Johu.-McD, Davidson left on Monday for a business trip to Edmonton. The will -give a patriotic "shadow" social Saturday evening. Ev- Every.body is .invited to come, and help the worthy cause. .1 Coaldale will celebrate Dominion Day es usual. A more extended an- nouncement later. Mrs. George "HeigheH is in Edmon- ton attending a missionary conven- tion. -The Ladies'. Aid wfil meet-with Mrs. John Thomm oh Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles GlasoBy from near Letlibridge were Coaldale visi- tors Sunday: also.-Miv and. Mrs. John Bass from Chin. A large number of O.13.S. attended the p.E.S. meeting of Maple Loaf Chapter, Lethhridge, Tuesday ev- ening. CALGARY FIRE BRIGADE LOSES HEAVILY Calgary, Alfa., '.luno city fire brigade, which responded so gen- erously to the call of tile emnire, has paid a heavy toil. The fire hall .flag Is always at half-mast. With the death of still another ex- flremah. Francis Burton, corpor- al with the Princess Patricia's, dead of according to cable re- ceived at the Fire yester- day, fifteen of the 25 men who went to the front hive either up their livM or ire in hoipiUl. Winnipeg, .June Rodmond Roblin, former premier of Manitolia( was_ the man who destroyed, tjhe contract that was let to Thos. Kelly Sons just before the last provincial general election Sir Rodmond Hoblm ilso was the I man who despatched the clerk of. the executive council to secure the i ri ginal order-in-council Vi well as, the copy, in the hands of the lieutenant- governor, and tore them up. So declared the piemiet in the witness box at the royal commission He admitted that he had never in Ins life destroyed an order-in-council or ordered records removed frrm book's, as was done in th s He did this, he said, becaus? Dr. Montague had made a mistake in or- dering the recommendation, and' he himself had encd in prcmaturelv signing the.contract Ibt minister of public works had decided not to 150 on with the work until he had more expert advice en the plans. For this simple reason, everf sible trace ot the tyad li removed, and Thomas Kelly was ducecl to return his copy also. He denied issuing instruction to the..clerk to alter his index, though the index apparently has been alter- ed. He said he didn't know how the words ".This was not signed by the appeared on i now missing record of The ex-premier said it -would be proper for any. other minister, to de- stroy an order-in-council, thoujrli it wns'signed by all other ministers, if lie found he- bad erred. Other features ;were Sir Kodmond and Dr. Montague ex- erted their inRuence to give steel con- tracts to T. H. Deacon, ex-mayor and manager o! the Manitoba Bridge it Iron WorKS, provided did not run as a Liberal candidate. The ex-premier said, ministers were personally, as well aj, ly, responsible for recommendations to council. The ex-premiBr said Dr Montague i> speech in. the house, at the..war scs- aion, when a pica was being made for a big loan, was'filled with errors, but he had made no effort to publicly cor- rect the erroneous statements. 1 Payments made, to Kelly between Jiilv 1 anil July- ill (election day) wcr- Amounts drawn from the "bank by Kelly between the month before and' the month after the elec- tion amounted to Difficulties Over Boundaries Settled i OUaji Onl The eport of tlie Canadian branch of the inlernn- .tionai houmlaiies commission appoint led in 1907. as a result of 'tlie' treat} between Canada and'the United States J pre-enled Its report 10 Premier Bdr den at i gathering Held in his oifice lodaj W. .1. Stewart, on behalf of the com- Imlttec. presented to the prime min- ister beautiftllh bound couies of the report with maps sir Stewart in I mal ing the nresentation ooiuted out that the 'report was entirely nnani mous COASTING' STEAMER SUNK London. June coasting steamer Gertrude, :J53 tons, was sunk off the Irish'coast, on Sunday in a col: lision with the Elermau liner-City of Vienna. The Gertrude's crew of nine men were lost. MANY IN LETHBRIDGE 'USE FAMOUS COMPOUND The fainoiis mixture of. .buckfhorn bark, glycerine, etc.. known as Adler- i-kfl. is iuu'eh" used here in Lethbrfdge. This is the, most complete bowel cleanser ever sold, -being, even used successfully-ln appendicitis; Just ONI5 SPOONFUL relieves almost AXY of .'constipation, sour or gassy stomach. ONE MINUTE after Adler- i-ka is taKen'the gasses rumble and pass action Is Sur- prising. Htginoothain 'Co'. FRIDAY AND SAT- SPECIALS For the Week-End We Have Increased the Purchasing Power of a "Quarter" Remarkably. Read These Special 25c Lines ENGLISH SHEETING 72 inch English Sheeting, free from dressing, good 9Rp quality; per yard fcVw AWNING DUCKS Come in red, green or tan stripes..32 to 3G inches ivlde; rcg. :isc; yd. fcwv MOSQUETAIRE GLOVES Tans, greys, beavers and Wacks Jn these .Mosquetalre Gloves; sizes r, 10 OCfi Regular 40c tWV GROCERIES WITH EVERY GRO- CERY ORDER, NOT IN- CLUDING SOAP, 20 LBS. B. C. SUGAR FOR 9 I.HI SUMMER DRINKS All If Raspberry Vinegar Per "bottle 45c and.. Kia-Ora, Pure Lemon Juice; per bottle I Lime Juice Per bottle 50c Per bottlo VEGETABLES Cauliflowers- Price each tUv Cabbage Per jKHtnd New Peas Per pound New Beans 4 CA Per pound Cucumbers Price each Rhubarb Cn w> "1 Cft 1 3w LADIES' NECKWEAR 25c Another Wg Bhtrment of Lu- dlos' Fancy Nedwear; regular prices up to t'.Oc; Pri- day and Saturday OUR SECTION PlowiirinK Plante and potted at 9Cr> fcUw each CUT FLOWERS Tulips. .Marguerites. Carna- tions ajid Gladiolus, ibeauliful Wooms; r, for CUC TABLE LINEN 56 Inch Table Linen, half bleached Irish maJte. a good durable wearing cloth; roKulsr value SEWING COTTON White or black Sewing Cot- O Cf> 7 spools for ...._ HOS1KKY ladies' Black Caahmei'e Hose regiilar 85c values; sizes Ste to 10 IMPERIAL COCOANUT CARAMELS Delicious cucoiiniil fruit and nut filled Candy Caramels, fivsii every day, made in ?5c Letlibridge. per Ib G pounds ,1'or CANNED VEGETABLES Tomatoes, i! cans Peas, Corn and Beans- -i Per'tin I UU FRUITS Bananas i; .2 dozen-for tWV Bing Ch'erneB1 Per pound. Lemons... Per-dozen Oranges; per dozen 4oc, 2Sc ami- Sale of Pictures BEAUTIFUL LANDSCAPE AND MARINE VIEWS These lovely Hand Painted Pictures to go on'sale Just riventr in all. must 'De cleared this weekend On 'sale on second t'O OQ Size HIX36' SPECIALS AT 25c' Coooenut Kittes. After Din- ner Pltln nod Toasted Bar. But- ter Scotch and Molatswt Kiaseji made in Ltthbrldge; fresh every day. JJKrt Per pound ...........SiWw Cowan's Chocolate Ginger. ,re: gnla.f lOc packages; fresh uwf goods ww CURTAIN DRAPERIES SELLING AT 25c YARD Bungalow Nets, Colored Bor- dered -Scrims, .Madrases, all on sale at 25c. 10 pieces, some of our regular 30 and 3ce values; yard.. THESE LINES TO CLEAR AT 3 FOR 25c A table of these Men's Braoes Garters and .Arm Bands; all neat colorings and good .quality elastic. They are regular val- ues to 40c. Choose from this table; any three 3ftft 'articles for I..'...-.-....-.': GROCERIES FINEST CREAMERY BUT- PER POUND WVV CANNED FKOTTS 2 tor Glllon Apylai Price Caiinad 2 for 25c Fi'rst These First Communion .re- gular values Fndar JJ5 Kft .and Salurdai More-'of these Window Shades to sell at These. Shades" are. in neat dark.shades of green prettj set in insertions 3 designs to choose trom lust 0 left to go on sale I A Special in Men's Sum- mer Weight Com'tions 99c Men will appreciate this value In' Summer Weight Oombjnationj Fine qualm ribljsd balbriggan in neat color Comes m sizes from S4 fo fc.xtr-1 Special Hosiery tor Men; 25c "-values 18c si nltn'er these Socks for men are just the right Fine qualltj cotton in colon grey blue tan inil Wack A regular 25c value 4 Per pair ww Men's Felt Hats for Spring Wear -Choose from these smaxt new spring models in Tell Hats All etjlee in newest tolormgs with fancy bands C4 QQ allies up to ?3 00 New Sheet Music at 15c 'Over to Mary' 'I Go to Eyei of the World' _- "One Wbhierful Night" 'On the Itjlly' 'At-the Mllillllppi Cabaret'1 The High Colt of Livlnj Bqng Two Along and miny 'other hew At Ditterent Prices- Remembert when the World ForjeU' 'A Hundred'YMrtfrom 'JuHt A-wearing For 'Your King and Country. .Need You' of the Patri- otic. EXTRA SPEdAJiS 10c 4 for Peanuts 2 pounds for Corn 3 packages for Roman Meal Per Shredded 2 paclsagefl MHk Per till SOAPS-'... Tar and Glycerine, Taneo and Rote Geraiilum; 'Reg 16c; 3 for 3' for V -.Sunlight Soap 11 ibars for R. C. Soip 2 for H. B. 3 CJflu Per pound 45. 50 and Place your orden for your We.wlll.alve you. the very loweit prloe. PLACE YOUR OTOER. Summer Weight Conets, 85c f or 49c Weight: one of onr newest m._ ium bust and long hip. Regular Children's Cotton Thece Coraet -Waleta are of rilM come In from 3 to C- yeani. Beautiful Silk and Satin Underskirts, A pleaamg variety of ht Sillr and Satin Undentarts, pleated close fit tops, Big Values in Men's A in Hen's Oxfords odd Leathert sies n Tan Calf botb Iblucher button 4 QB in tlie lot, Sjzes 5 and 5tt rtwular 50 I among these Child- ren's Shoes 99c SlMi i to 7 in Viluen WWW Odd lines m ChiMren'n Shoes the JoL Bverv Iw Is reprMentJd originally sold as high 76 4 50 Pairs of Men's Bluchers to clear at Tin line of iMens Bluchers come in the popular Boi Calf For appearance lor Wear and for value these are All XQ lies in the lot Regular J1 -0 i Laatetf Oxfords in a Clearance Smart new Oxford and in this clearance lot 4II good values and -well selected Mtttuni Boi Calf and Wei Kid ValiuM run nl jftA Extra tftfM I ;