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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Flirting ,e Down We Are Now Booking Orders for Preserving Strawberries.-Gooseberries and Cherries aiiured of the for your money, CRBSTON' quality. pints, per basket -150 if any........20c ROYAL ANN Per pound .......25e Per 10 pound box baskets for ............25c quality, good size, dozen----30c size; now in fine condi- tion. Price each .......................25c Per dozen at their belt (both in quality and price) In a week or ter. dayi. n We handle our Fruit direct from the Growert so that you are For Saturday we have: NEW heads, very Per pound ..............................5c NEW pound.................5c NEW pound .................5c STRING Wax, 2 Ibs. for----35c PEAS IN THE pound............15c HOT HOUSE pound ......30c COTTAGE lii 2 pounds for............................35c SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY ONLY-ONE 20-POUND SACK B. 0. SUGAR WITH A 1 AC v nNF sir.K TO EACH PARTY AT THIS PRICE) FOR I ORDER (ONLY ONE SACK TO EACH PARTY AT THIS PRICE) FOR Office: Phoiel271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phtae 525 NEW Sherlock-Manning PIANO MISSION OAK. NEVER BEEN USED, SELLS FOR J550. WE HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED TO DISPOSE OF IT AT Don't take too long to think it over, once. See the instrument at The Lethbridge Exchange WHITNEY BLOCK. PLEADS NOT GUILTY Saskatoon, SaER., June Lieut. Charles J.C. Kay, brought here yesterday on a charge of .misappropriating the funds of the 53rd Battalion, appeared in the Mounted Police court, this morning, and alter the charge had been read, pleaded not guilty, and was remanded for j eight days. Bail was arranged on two securities of S2500 each and a personal bond for S5000. J- ICE Dclivcred Daily to all parts of the city We guarantee to satisfy you regarding your ice supply. RATES 10 Ibs. per month 20 ibl. per month JO Ibs. per month Western Transfer Co. Limited. PHONE 1163. Flnnicfc Polltd IIUI IDID Plants, Vegetables Frache Bros. WEATHER Lethbridge, cloudy Edmonton, cloudy Saskatoon, rain Swift Current, clear Regina, cloudy Winnipeg, raining Red Deer, clouilr Calgary, fair Jlaclcod, cloudy Medicine Hat, 'fair Prince Albert, iair rain. FORECAST All West-Cool showery today, and Friday. MARKETS THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Han., June and closing prices today on the local grain exchange were as follows: Wheat- July October December .Tuiy STOPsSNGHAIR -Thit Home Made Mixture Stops Dan- druff and Falling Hair and Aidt Its Growth. To a half pint of water add: Jay Rum......................1 oz- Oriex-Compound........a small box m- These are. all., ingredients that you can buy from any druggist at ver> little cost, and mis them yourself- Apply to the scalp once a day for two weeks, then once every other week until all the mixture is used. A half pint shouldiibe enough to rid the head of dandruff and bill the dandruff germs. It stops the hair j from falling put. and relieves itching and scalp diseases. Although it is not a dye, it acts upon the hair roots and will darken streaked, faded, gray hair in ten o.r fifteen days. It promotes: the growth kof the hair and makes harsh hair soft and Open 122% 104 160% 165 Close 120% 103 October Closing Cash Prices No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern .No. a.a. G.................. No..2 C. Xo. 3 C. V.............. Es.'No. 1 Feed........... No. 1 No. 2 Feed No.-a................. Flax- No. 1 N. V. C............ No. 2 C. W.............. Chicago Wheat Open .Tuly............ 107% September........ Minneapolis Wheat July........- W4 September........ 93% 6S 43 4S 44 65 46 66 40 tiO 45 52 IS 5S 36 69 48 48 38 51 40 64 38 66 50 rn The weather 'over the prairie prov- inces has been mostly cloudy, with and CITY AND DISTKICT To Take Musketry Course Captain W-jM-Harris of the -56 Baattlion to Ottawa, tv take a course at the school to- mus-; ketry. Captain and Lieut- K. G. of the 13th Mounted Kifles Trill also so. Want Speedy Trial Pete Levine and Max Zaitzer, both of Lethbridge, charged -with uu'iaw- fully receiving stolea property, elect- ed to be tried speedily in district court this morning, and the date was set for June. 17. J. R. Palmer will be counsel for the accused. In Juvenile Court The ycLiithf ul jaHbreaker, George Campbell, who escaped from the Mounted Police. barracks last week, and who was not re-captured for near- ly three days, came up before Canon McMillen _at the Juvenile court yes- terday, on'the charge of breaking from custody and theft. Raymond Boy Injured Raymond Leader: Herbert Rowling, while out shooting on the Knight lann at Welling, had 'his right hand badly shattered, audMiis first __------ injured that it was impossible to save it. the member being1 amputated by Dr. Wray. The accidental discharge of the gun was the cause of the painful accident. December OF THE ENTIRE SALES- AT THE Empire Ice Cream Parlor COALDACE BLOCK, ON Saturday Next Will Bt Given to The IUR5IIG MISSION The Ladiet of the Miuion will Hive Chirge of the Buy your Ice Cream, .Fruit, Cakei and Confectionery at thit efi Saturday and aunt worthy 106 LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hogs, S8.40; cattle, 58.00.' Winnipeg: Hogs, J8.65; cattle, 57.00. Chicago: Hogs, JT.50-17.77; cattle, 16.75-19.50. Lait Paramount Night Tonight will be the last opportunity to see "It's No Laughing one of the best plays of the kind ever pro- duced, and" a remarkable success. The various characters arc tak- en, and village life is portrayed in an exceptionally truthful manner. Any unusual treat. The Empress, of 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 Drag Book Co., Limited Get Your Farm Home from the Canadian Pacific An immense area of the most fer- tile land in Western Canada for sale at low prices and easy terms, ranging from ?11.00 to S30.00. for farm lands with ample lands from .585.00. down; balance within twenty years. In irrigation districts, loan buildings, etc., up to also re- payable in twenty years. Here is your opportunity to increase your farm Holdings by getting adjoining land, or secure your friends as neighbors. For literature and particulars apply to A. F. CAMERON, Sen'l Supt. of Landt Dept. of Natural Rewureei C.P.R. CALGARY ALBERTA on WILSON SKEITH Agtntt Lithbrldge, Marrying Divorced Persons At the Alueng Methodist-conference on the motion of the Rev. G. H. Cob- oledick. Lethbridge, It was agreed to memorialize the government in favor of a space on a marriage license for the stating of the fact as to whether either of the parties have been di- vorced. He said that he would only marry divorced persons who had been divorced on scriptural grounds, but some.parties lied matter. Temperance Headquarters The temperances forces ot Leth- bridge are preparing for a whirlwind campaign. They have (opened their headquarters in thje store nest to the Burns building, anfl f rom jnow, on this wfll be open at all times. E. R. J. Forrester'is 'directing operations. He is the organizer for five constituen- cies- Taber' Warner, Macieod, Card- ston, Lethbridge, and will make his district headquarters in Lethbridge. Spring Wheat Headed Out a'lgary Albertan: Wheat 30 inches wheat at that. Has it ever been seen n Alberta before on June 8? Most )ld-timers doubt it. f. P. Woodbridge, ecretary of the United Farmers of Al- berta, who has Just driven 80 miiea hraugh the country, with Vulcan as he starting point, is authority for its ixistence. There are about 200 acres "The Butterfly has wings" of gold, The Firefly wings of flame; The Bed Bug has no wings But he 'gets there' just the same." (Old Song.) It is to prevent his "Getting There" that Higinbotham's Bug Finish was designed, and it "Stops" him instantly. Used in a spray or atomizer, it destroys Sloths, Flies, Mos- quitoes; in fact any Insect Per Bottle 35c For Koici Gallons: (Money back it doesn't kill.) THE BULLETIN BOARD Noticei for Column ihould reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication All members of Court Unity ot the Ancient Order of Foresters are re- quested to attend a special business meeting, which will be held in St. Mary's" Parish Hall tonight at eight o'clock. Visiting brothers are cordial- ly, invited. Hotel Windsor Best SI.8 a day hotel in iiberta SAYS "OUB BEST' CITY AND DISTBICT Grocery Store Moving W. S. Thompson is moving his gro- cery from Sixth avenue to the store adjoining P. Burns Co., on Third av- enue. Bank- Clelarings The hank clearings week ending today amount to as aKainst for the corresponding week last year. J.fl.HiaiOuOttiamSCo.lM. The Help This Along The Nursing Mission is taking charge of the business at the EJnpire Ice' Cream Parlor in the Coaldale Blocfe on Saturday next. Mr. Beaton is giving 20 per cent, of the day's sales to the Mission. exsence. of it about six miles from that flour shing centre, looking, he says as if it had been forced on the green louse principle. _______ irv CANADA; City Hall Chat Leaving Raymond Mr. Smith, head of the science de- partment of the Knight Academy, Ray- mond, is severing his connection with the staff, arid will practise his pro- fession, chiropractics, in a North Dak- ota city. Alberta Baptiit convention The Alberta Baptist convention is to be held this year in Edmonton, June H to 18. Rev. David Ross, pas- tor of the First Baptist church here, will he in attendance. Many interest- ing topics will he discussed at the convention. The Alberta Baptist con- vention was organized in Lethbridge, n June, 1910. Prior to that there was he Alberta Banttst association, organ- ized at Innisfail, in July 1899. The first Baptist church in the province was formed in. May, 1888. Fillina Up the 20th The Calgary Herald says: The ad- ministrative orders, for Saturday at the Sarcee Camp contained a notice that in order to replace the draft which has recently been made from the 20th Battery, by men who have had some experience in this branch of the service, any who are now with other units and wish to, make this transfer may do so by obtaining the consent of their commanding office- and the officer'commanding the mi Battery. In this way it is hoped that the vacancies in ,the batters' oe filled by men not altogether raw to the difficult work. This wfll naturally eliminate Hie necessity of going over a great deal simple preliminary work with the new recruits. Crystal Brand Creamery Butter The "Best Fresh Butter oirthc Market. Sold by All Grocers. Fresh Buttermilk Cooling, Delicious and Healthful Drink in Hot 5c; Gallon 1 .V; WE DELIVER TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. The Crystal Dairy Limited Cor. 13th Street 4 6th Ave. PHONE 1576 24 Hours To Clean Up Weeds How about your weed crop? Look here! Chief Skelton has declared war on :he weeds and issues the following ul- :imatum to the people of Lethbridge: 'All property owners in this city are hereby given twenty-four hours' no- .ice to clear their land of weeds. Own- ers of vacant lots must also comply. After Ihe time allowed, offenders will be summoned." Tile city lias received a communi- cation from David King, weed inspect- or, giving warning of the weed situa- tion. The Mayor assured -the Inspect- or that the matter would receive the city's prompt attention. it is up to every nroperty owner to iu his share to rid this fair city cf weeds. The weeds have not suffered from drought this year and show n very healthy growth. If they are not. attended to now. there will be a tre- mendous yield of weed seeds in the fall, net busy! CITY FIRE INSURANCE The city commissioners are eniaff- d this- week in re-adjusting the fire nsurance upon the various city build- ngs and city property. It is likely hat a considerable reduction, will be made in the amounts carried, although t will be necessary to increase In ome instances. It Is thought that oo much insurance has iu the past carried on the city bail building, -which, although far from fire proof, is musing the central fire station with all its equipment, so that the danger of loss by fire is cut down to' a min- C.P.R. APPEALS Judge Jackson has not yet rendered a decision on the recent appeal made ay the C.P.R. against the city assess- ment of the acreage nroperty of the railway company. Judge Jackson. (B to make a personal investigation of some of the property in company with the C.P.R. agent. The railway com- pany has also been asked to submit to the judge its own valuation of the property appealed upon. GERMANS RETREAT ____ 4 Bsrlin, June 10, via London, 3.30 official announce- ment from army headquarters today states that the German, forces which invaded the Baltic provinces of Russia have re- treated. The statement -says that the. German wing south- east of Shavli has withdrawn to the south, towards the Beisaff- bla-Zogiiiiel. GROCERY SPECIALS Phone 1567 IOC QET POWER The Supply Comet From Food. If. we get power from food, why nol strive to get all the power we can That is possible by selecting ood that eiactly fits the require- ments of the tody. "Not knowing how to- select the right food to fit my needs, I suffered greviously for a long time from stomach writes a. lady from little Western town. "It seemed as I would never 'bi aible to find out the sort of-food tha best for me. Hardly v anything that I could eat .would star on my stomach. Every attempt gave m heart-burn and filled my stomach with gas. I got thinner and thinner until I literally became a living skele- ton and in time was compelled to keep to'my bed, "A few months ago I was persuad- ed to, try Grape-Nuts food, and It had such good effect from the very begin- ning .that I kept up its use. I was surprised at the ease with which I digested it. It proved to be ]ust what I needed. "All my unpleasant symptoms, the hnart-hiirn- the inflated feeling which gave me so, much pain, disappeared. My weight gradually increased from 98 to 110 IbB., my figure rounded out, my strength came Sack, and 1 am now able to do my housework and enjoy it. Grape-Nuts did it." A ten trial will show anyone some facts about food. _.-' Name given Canadian Postum Co Windsor, Ont. Read, "The Road to In pkgs "There's a the above letter? A new one from time to time. They oinuine, true, full of human Potatoes; good and C4 pC sound; per sack.. 9 20 pound sack of Sugar and 1 Package of Sodas (4 for 9 1. 20 pound tack of Sugar with every order, (P Cfl for I.5JU Rolled Oats per sack Cheeie, belt quality 9Rft Per pound tWV Jelly Powders, aisorted 4 for C9w Creamery Butter 2 pounds for Dairy Per pound St. Charlei Milk Per tin Or 11 tins for ORn fcwv