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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE i.BTHBRIDCB DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, JUNE 11. THE BEST FOR YOU-------------- All our carefully selected and are good to look at zt well as good to the taite. Come into our market note the cleanliness and freshness-no unpleasant odore-everythlng sweet and clean. We won't sell what won't please, and prices are low- est possible. FOK TOMOKKOW WE KATE SPRING LAMB YOUNG PORK CHOICE VEAL (Absolutely No. .1 Quality) No. 1 Dairy per pound......-----30C W make- our own .Siiussigc and lake pr'ulc 1' 's "Mile from Fresh E. OXLAND I'llOlH Harry Lilburn Crawls Half Mile While Wounded A letter from the mother of Harry Ulhiirn. who liv.es in Duuedin, .Ire- land, to S. II. Mitchell, C.H.H. agent dated May 21. says: "The Princess Pat's Canadian Light Infantry have suffered pretty badly. and 1 do lioue Harry will never be hack in the fishting 'line again. Felmuirv he bad to come home with both fei.'t injured. He went back about the bi'Blmiiiis ol March. Ho has been in the trenches nnd firing line until the last desperate stand of the Can- I Hdians. when he got that shrapnel, in upper arm right through the muscle land shattered the bone and also bruis- ed his forearm. He was sent to Houl- thence to the military hos-1 i pital at Easthorpe. near Xottins five hours, lileed- in" 'all "the lime, and pulled himself with' one arm about half a nitlc. He thinks the arm may he shortened, t will he six weeks before he can be moved. ALL AROUND Don't Miss It! ALL ARQUMD Tells of Italy On Eve of War Featuring Scores ofjrjce_jur: prises in Newest Merchandise in Every Department Of_The_Store Sinkiii, of .be ni S 'L 'sonitht greater than o, or privileges ot coinaieru. li'ilfii in resigning on behalf of those! uiuler its care and authority." j "Tiie government oi the 1 nited States confidently looKs to see jus- tice aud humanity oi the government oi Germany vindicated in all cases where Ame'ricans have been wronged or their rights as neutrals invaded.' i "The government of the I nited i States very earnestly and very sol-; 'emnlv renews the representations of i its note transmitted to the imperial! German government on -May Hi, and relies on thess representations upon.; the principles oi humanity, the tuii-. versal reCcYgnizeil understandings of, international law anil the ancient' friendship with the German nation. "The government ol the I nited: States deems it reasonable to espect i liiat the imperial German government Ju-ill adopt the measures necessary to nut these principles into practice in respect pi the safeguarding of Am- erican lives and American ships and asks for assurances that this will be :done. Answer German Contentions Germany asserts the Falaba's ac- tion in summoning aid caused flbrnanne commander to torpedo her heioie all passengers had escaped. I nited States replied that nothing but forcible resistance or continued enorts to escape when ordered to for the purpose ot visit has ever been held to forfeit lives of passen- .eers or crew. Germany charges that the Lusitania was armed. Tniied States replies that "it is able to assure the German govern- ment it was misinformed." Germany declares that the Lusi- ta'nia was carrying contraband aud tliat the explosion" of that material hastened the destruction of the ship, rnited States replies that these views are irrelevant to the consider- ation of-the question oi the methods '.used by Germany in sinking the ves- Germany declares that the Lusi- tania was' a British auxiliary cruiser. United States replies that'the prin- cipa! fact is that a great steamer .carrying more than a thousand souls, part in the war, was ''sunk without a challenge and sent to ;death in circumstances unparalleled in modern warfare. Germany charges that Britain or- .dered British merchantmen to attack German submarines. _____________ Arthur llisinbotham is in receipt of ii letter from Florence. Italy, just a few days before Italy's declaration of war from Kduardo Giovanni (Edward who will he remembered throughout the f nited States and Can- ada by lovers of oratorio. His letter Is interestina. as it describes Italy s preparations for war as seen by a Canadian. He says: "There a difference. It is not the Florence of old. There are uo sirans- ers- the hotels are empty, and many of "the stores are closed. There is an unaccustomed uneasiness abo.ut the streets, and a nervous expression on -The fol-, I'nited States holds that "only the} the face of the :x r boari" "VPS i ss..r r understandiii' with Great Britain to transferred from Rome its deposit ot i-'lianite 'the character and conditions The streets teem witu soldiers, atefstanu, ready at any j time to convey to either government !aud even churches and bcnools are any intimation or suggestion that the into public edifices, and e of its is in the air. and the prepara- tions go "on night and day. We are told that two miUion- mea are ready to move when the King gives the word "But the word doesn't come, and today the ministry flee, leaving.eyery- "odv in the air. The fact is, that op- linio'ns are divided, and the various I {actions that may find the Germans at their doors tomorrow are ousily trying to Mil each other today. The demonstrations for or againsi ,var are being held in every city m the realm Prof it By It! Packet of WILSON'S WIlJP'KIU MORE FLIES THAN S8J- WORTH OF ANY .STICKY r f CATCHfB stand, i mak await events." divided against itself cannot no comment. Let us Henry Johnson, farmer, Harrington 1111. is accused ot running a cattle dis- iease inspector off his place with ALL AROUND Crop at Bow Island Splendid Bow Island, June lO.-The crops in this district are looking fine since the big rains 01 last neck. Seeding is just about finished. The marriage of Miss Pop- J ing near Foremost tov.-n vesterday. Clarence Bateman, of the stafl o! the Bank ot British Xorlh America, is now on his holidays. Wilfred Henderson, who has been on an extended trip through -Montana returned home Tuesday. were visitors in Of Methodist Pastors Albion Ridge Crops June 10.- -crops Watch Al- The ceremony was performed by the Kev. Swayne. They will reside at, of the Great North As- surance Co., was a visitor in town th'K week-. Kemp- Be the season wet or dry, the Ridge our t IB holds its own. Just glance at crops in passing. Air. and Mrs. Simpson liave sympathy of the community'in death of their infant iwiu boys. in afternoon preaching service has pion: R. .1. Murriam at Carmangay; G. R. A'idus at Howville, and E. Allen at Lomond. Rev. G. H. Coblileiiick was elected chairman of the Lethbridge district, and Rev. A. D. Richards, chairman of The final draft of stations of the Al- Madeod district______ berta .Methodist conference removes----- Rev. J. V. Hovey of Coaldnle to Stave- LOQKS DARK FOR FRANK ly. Rev. J. Willtiu of Zlon church, I June Georgia Calgary, goes to Ponoka. and Rev._ VY. prjson commission declined to fiivt; agr, Ryan from Nova Scotia, takes the place at Red Deer of Re.v. Dr. Wilson, i e who is going to lire frout as a 5.3 lps. people to serve. you. 3 yards Pongee Silk Our regular COq Jap Porjgce Silk, natural color, tuir'M in- ches wide. On sale for one day only......................... Ladies Combinations Ladies' Gauze Knit Combina- tions, lace trimmed, size 36-38 only; regular 50c each. So you get one for nothing........... Best Pillow Tubing Circular Pillow Tubing, 43 in- ches wide, good heavy quality cotton. On Saturday we will sell o yards for Underskirts priced Colored Satin -Underskirts, also White Embroidered or Colored Cotton Underskirts. Worlli up to 51.75 for................... Large Turkish Towels "Extra large" colored or .white. Double Warp Towels. Dollar Day Special, Saturday, 2 pairs for M> I i. DOUBLE YOUR DOLLARS MIDDY BLOUSES-Sizes 14, 16, 18; white, trimmed, clearing tomor- C1 QQ row-, each LONG SILK heavy quality, silK black 01- white, double tip; Cl Qy SILK LISLE HOSEr-3 pairs or" the well known Radium Sill: Uslo Hose ff< nfj for NIGHT G O W.N S Ladies sizes, fine crepe. or cotton, slip over style; fJIJ value for I 76c line rediiced for Dol- QQ lar Day; 2 for... 100 Off Every Pair of.. Ladies'Shoes in stock RYLANDS CO. The Store Every Pair of Nemo Corsets, reduced to ;