Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up J LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor BMtJUSadaytottlinllberta MADAM: When the grocer says it's iusi as good as TAYLOR MADE he doubts your judgment Saturday Night Specials and Idaho Strawberries. 'Ring, and'Royal Ann Cherries. Imskeis for...........25C 3 pounds 35C THE GOOD CO. Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phwe 525 Flnpictc IIUIIUIU Frache Bros. Plants, CITY AND DISTRICT To Sheepmen Ano For Sale Good Grazing Lands Along Chin Coulee and Etzikoni Coulee Low Price and Terms. AVilson Skeitti C. P. K. Land Agents Phone -1343 Sherlock Bldg. HAIL INSURANCE At Cost Ycu pay assetsment in Oc- tober without Interest. 1914 assessment was only 5% and all losses paid. Write or phone for full infor- mation. M. T. Johnston Co. PHONE 651. Lethbridge Alberta Block Successful In Exam R. "VV. GaYdnor. accountant in Gouy- beare. Church, MeArthur Davidson's I office, has been successful in his in- termediate examination for a degree of chartered accountant. A Correction An error inadvertently crept into the Rylaads Co. advertisement yes- lerday. Nemo were quoted as being reduced to It should have read reduced 51.00. Delivered Daily to all af the city aattofy 10 Ibj. 20 Startt a Paper D. Bailey., formerly of Leth- bridge and Carnaanjay. has established a waekly paper-In Caljrarr- It is a straight hilling sheet, and known as Fair PJay. per month nc Ibi. dally ____ tS.OO per Western Transfer Co. Limited. PHONE RECfllMT C. M. R. ilajor O. "W." James, eom- marnithg B Squadron, 13th C. .51. -R. at Camp, will be in IjethbrlAge on Wednesday next to recruit men to taSe the place of tlie draft of men sent from the 13th to the front. He will be at the LetnSwiise Hotel. v SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES ilan., June i and dosing prices on the local grain exchange today were as follows- [Wheat- open Close July......... j2ifc October........ 105 106 3 Wh.at- erly ,t Word has been received here t the son of J. MeNalty of Old., ana vor hem jormerlv manager of- the demonitra- Tion farm at Clarsshoim. has died of i x-o" r wounds received at the front x- j .N 0. A L'. To Speak at Qrawy Lake G R Murnooh, yresldent of tlie J Lethbridge Board of .Trade, and S. S. Dunham chairman of the Rural Rcla- committee of the Boara, be the speakers at the Instituce meet- 1 ins. under the auspices of Grassy i Peed iLflfce Agricultural society on SaturdaV iiftarnoon, June 19. Mr. Lytle if Chafrman It was Rev. A. .A. Lytle of Pincher Creek who was elected chsJrmau of The Macleod Jiitrict of the Alberts Methodist conference, and notjRer .A. IJ. Richards, as stated yesterday. Fire Tlie local fire iniurance agents met yesterday and formed an asscwiailoD. with C. B. Bowruin president, C. H. Kerr, secretary-treasurer, and Hugh Macbeth. A. J. Blackburn e and H. J. H. Skeith committee. Want Flag Returned The ladies who gave the patriotic card party in the -Masonic hall on Thursday evening, would appreciate it if ihe jarty who took a flag away would kindly return the same Jackson Co.'s flmg store. Mine Manager Dies On Tuesday morning, June S, Hiram Yorfee Parker, manager of the Super- ior mme at Taber. died at the age of 38 yegrs and six months. The deceas- ed 'had not been in very good health for several years, but it -was only in the last few weeks that his condition became aeriouB. The late Mr. Parker was a native ot Norwich, N.Y., and came to Taber about a year ago. Pre- vious to coming to Taber he city engineer oi the city gf Cranbrook for about two years, and previous to that he was resident engineer for the C. P.R. at Cranbrook for about Jive years. The late Mr, Parker is survived-by bis wife and two children, and his fa- ther, C. L. Parker. On Wednesday .fternoon the body was taken to Nor- wich, N.V., for burial. SALES AT Empire Ice Cream Parlor COALOALE BLOCK, ON Tonight Will Be Given to The NURSING MiSSIIH The Lldiei of Minion will Hive Chiroe tbe SuiinMi. Buy Ice Fruit. ClkM ind Confeotlonery >t thlt on Siturdiy and anitt tKii worthy To Provide for Hospital Grassy Lake Gazette: The full, coun- cil o[ Eureka municipality and the hospital board will meet in -Grtssy LaJte next -Hondav to decide definitely on a plan to induce a good doctor to locate permanently here and to raain- hain and operate the general hospital. !The proposition that the .municipality should raise by tuition' the sum of S3000 to the hospital for 1915 to pay off the deficit, provide additional equipment and maintain it tor the "bal- ance of the year, consid- erable an alternative plan proposed by Reeve .1. JIcLel- Ian will now be considered. This pro- position is that arrangements be made ito wipe off the debt and that the'mun- icipal'council grant a sum sufficient Father Hosenthal Better to induce a good doctor to. locate here Word from Edmonton i? to the ef-jand take over and operate the nospl- 1 Feed No. 1 X. W. C. 64 ti2 62 fece tfiat Rev. Father Roseothal, who underwent a dangerous operation is progressing very favorably. It is probable that high as J1000 a year Trill." be offered a doctor to talie 11 n'the proposition. Dr. ilc- Kay, who came from Toronto ttvo May Visit Lethbridge Farm weeks ago to look the field over with A meeting of" tile Amalgamated a view lo locating here, will probably Boards of Trade of Southern Alberta decide to stay and take charge of the was held at Piirulc Springs, represent-! hospital if suitable arrangements can atives of Eow Island. Crassr Lake and be made with tlie hospital board and Purple Snriiies boards being present. The secretary was instructed to write to Hon. Dr. Roche, minister of the In lerior, askins that til Dominion lands be re! Lake, as such office was believed to j be necessary 10 serve ihe district from Bow Island to Taber. Tlie matter of! an excursion to the Experimental farm at Lethbridge some time during July, ss by W. H. Kail-field, the superintendent, was favorably discuss- municipality. ed, and it s decided to ask the pro- vincial department of Agriculture to i arrange for a special train to run from j Medicine Hat to the farm with special low fires from all Intermediate points. Another matter discussed was the pos- sibility of jttting the Dominion gov- eminent to hfc'ip the districts repre- I sented lit the drilling of artesian wells, I a.id the secretary was to take matter up .with the. department of Jlinw at Ottm-a. oi tne in- TSrW I Cooling Wash Stops Itching Just a touch of this mild, soothing wash, (he U. D. D. will' glvn you instant .relief from., your burning, itching skin and absolute protection from ail summer skin trou- bles D. O. D. IB a scientific compound ot soothing oil of Wintergreen and other healing elements. Don't fai! to try D. D. D. for any kind of summer skin trouble. will give you welcome relief. A generpua trial bottle for 25c. Ask also-about D. D. D. Soap. J. D. Hitinkotham i. Co., Limited, Druggilt, Lethbridge, D. D. D. IS MADE IN CANADA. CARD OF THANKS Despondency and: Ihe us- We lake this means of thanking all i ually the reeult of constipation, n.uick- the friMtis for kindness and smypa- j ly .succumb to Rexall Orderlies. Sold thy extended in our recent bereave- only by-.I. Hlginbotham ft 't A. Hubbard and i Limited, The Rexall Store. 10c, 50c Rubber Bathing Caps Swimming Uas been revived as an amusement: This is well because it Hffords an excellent form of exercise. H you want to thoroughly en- joy your be 3ure to complete your swimming attire 1 with an attractive ritbber cap. We have them. in. an asBortment of colors and sizes. Price 75c The Red Cross Drag Btok Co., Liailri Phono 855 Third Ave- S. CITY AND DISTRICT Bindtmin Notice A meeting of the members of the city band called far tomorrow after- noon at the Starlancl Theatre at two o'clock. Appointment and Resignation Eureka- municipality appointed M. Marshall auditor for the coming year, and accepted the resignation et Dr. Foymz as aiedical bealtlh officer. Named The following weed Inspectors were appointed by municipality: Division No. 1. S. A. Jordan: XOB. 2 and 3. F. R. Elford; No. 4. Ray Lyons; No. 5, Thomas Roberts: No. 6, U S. Male. H. B. Foote was ap- pointed poundkoepcr for Pound No. 5. Wait Until After Prohibition Some of the stationing changes or- dered by the Alberta Methodist con- ference Iwil not take effect until after the prohibition vote is taken, the con- ference special committee having de- cided to concur in the delay in con- nection with many rural fields where It was necessary in the interests of the prohibition cause that ministers should remain to complete the work of organization. That's why we are having such 'big sales on Endorsed :by the leading farmers everywhere as the only reliable and effective Poison. spent ;for Bolduan's Poison Grain kflls more gophers than spent for any other poison. It Is So Easy to Use Start Right Now and Kill the Gopher j, 0, Hipliottiam ltd, Upts e Ice Cream Always the same- Rich, Wholesome, Delicious Per quart 60c Per gal. WE DELIVER TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. The Crystal Dairy Limited Cor. 13th Street i 6th Ave. PHONE 1576 ..In .Calgary W...I.'Lloyd, of tue Farm Products, left yesterday on .a business trip to Calgary. For Patriotic-Fund W. Be Seatle, treasurer of the local branch of the Canadian Patriotic funs, acknowledges receipt of 125.00 from J. H. Bawden of St. Louis, BUSINESS LOCALS Ancient Order of Foresters' church parade. All reiiHMted rrom Court Star, Court Unity and Jompanions of tie Forest, to meet at St. Mary's Hall at 7 p.m. sha'rp on Sunday, June 14th. 'f NOW IN FRANCE Ottawa, Ont., .Tune infantry regiments of the sec- end Canadian overseas divi- sions are all in France, ac- cording to an announcement of Major-GeneraLHughes tonight. The division is..under the com- mand of Saul Steele at Winnipeg. It is thought that these troops will lie some little time at the base Before being moved forward in the firing line. i Don't be Carried Away With the idea that you can buy Better Lumber and Building Material than we offer you. We know belter. You're not gambling, or taking any chances when here. On the contrary, you arc putting yourself .squarely on the road to complete satisfaction. AVe know about what consumers need in the building lino. know how to price our goods attractively. And we know how to treat you EO you'll come again. Don't don't guess whether we could please you better or nor. Investigate and find sure. The man who never investigates, never knows. Drop in and see ns...... CITIZENS LUMBER CO., Phone 362. j34 18th Street North. RECRUITS WANTED C'. W. will be in Leth- bridge, at the Letbbridge Hotel, on Wednesday morning the 16th instant, to recruit for the 13th C. M. Rs. to fill vacancies caused by the draft, which left for the front on the 7th inotaut. (Signed) C. W. JAMES, Major "B" Hquadrou, 13tli C. M. Us. PLAYING TENNIS 1 Then you will want SLAZEIVGER'S HARD COURT BALLS WRIGHT DTTSON KACQUET We have them at all prices. Why are these goods used by the large clubs'! Because They knew the'best goods to buy. Special .price to ehibs. Robertson's Bookstore __ON------ Tuesday, June 15th AT 524 12th STREET SOUTH AT 2 P. M. W. L. WILSON, AIICTIONEEK Is favored with instructions from Mr. B. A. Spence to sell the Extension Table; Diners; Centre Tableu; Ma- hogany and Oik Rockers; .Klai. Top Dessk; Wicker'Rocker; Sani- tary Couch; Carpet Carpet Sweeper; Iron Beds, Springs -r and .Mattresses; Dressers anil Stands; Heaters; Linoleum; .pns 'Sowing Machined Graphaphone' one'4-' Hole Range, nigh closet and warming closet; Fall Leaf Talbles; School Books; Pictures; House Plants; -Dishes; L'ooking Quantity of Canned and many othur articles. NO RESERVE. AUCTIONEERS PHONE 1023. TERMS CASH?