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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor I I MADAM: When the g-rocer says it's cis good as TAYLOR MADE he doubts your jttdgment Preserving Strawberries, Cherries, Gooseberries Should be their best and next. We are booking orders for these goods now, and Hie ttaest quality at tbe lowest maifcet firiees when goods delivered Place orders now. Alt orders filled in rotation as liecdyed. THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCCWES Delivered Daily to all park of the city your RATES dally V-M per month 2D daily S2.60 month 36 Hn. drily per month Transfer Co. Limited. MARKETS Flnrjcfc IIUIlUlu Plants, Frache Bros. CITY AND DISTRICT Is Trantl'errsd H. 8. .McElyea of the government telephone office hers, has been trans- ferred' to .Medicine Hat, temporarily, 10 relieve Mr. Ferris of the plant there. Gerard DicKie is taking the place of Mr. McElyea during his absence. We Write HAIL INSURANCE In Reliable Com- panies with GKEFEEOUS ABJUSTMENTS Phone or write us arid will call on you. RAL INSURANCE AND C..P..R. UANO AGENTS. FLOOR 8HEBLDCK BLDG. PHONE 1343. NEW OAK, NEVER BEEN FOR IS50. WE INSTRUCTED TO DISPOSE OF IT AT t .Don't take too long to think it over. See the instrument at once. The Letbbridge Exchange WHITNEY BLOCK. MOBILIZE ITALIAN RESERVES IN CANADA Mottreal. June t. of Italian armv and navy re; urrliti la Canada is ordered by a cir- cular iMued .by Siinor Chilcsotti, Ital- count-general for the Dominion, fltHag upon roaervists and otheri to Tlie states in do tbe ami classes covered by ttw orter, irliich includes "all otficore officers on Tne offl IBOBI at; every category oC the ft MTf to tnd aoliilnre of rari M Veil as at categories Af WtttM.3. are >1io culled, and of the wrri MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Wionipeg, June ;mtl closing prices on tne grsin exchanges today were i Open Close I July ....._.................... 1.23J Oct......................... 1.06J 1.03J Dec............................ 1.05-8 1.03} July 55 .....__................. -14> July ...._..................... 1.56 1.55 Oct....................___ 1.68 1.60 WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat- No. 1 Xor................... 1.31 Ao. 2 Nor................... 1.1SJ- No. 3 Nor. .._................. No. 4 ____................... 1.10J- No. 5........................... I.03J No, 6 ._........................ 1.03} No. 2 C. W................. 55 No. 3 C. W.' 53, Extra No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed 51 f No. 1 N. H'. C. 1.54 No. 2 C.. 1.51 CHIUAOO Wheat- July 1.09J 1.05J Sept........................... l.OSi 1.B3 jnNNEAPOLIS Jiily 1.22J 1.184 Sept.................. 1.07 Two Cent Pottcard Isiued lu response to numerous requests. the post office department has issued a two-cent post card. The card is in- tended for the convenience of the pub- lic, as the war tax is- contained on the card. Temperance Meeting A meeting of the temperance work- of the N'orth Ward is failed for tomorrow night in the Westminster church at eight o'clock. All men who are interested in thia work are re- quested to attend List of Cases in District Court The following is the docket for the June sittings of 'the district court wiiich opens tomorrow, June 15th, at 10 a.m. Large Debt The Alliance Hall Association vs. Palmer Shepherd, Bunlop and Rice appear for the plaintiff aud JobtiStcne and Ritchie for tbe defend- ant. Ctorlutkp vs. McDonnell J. R. Palmer is counsel for Cherianko and Shepherd, Dunlop arid Rice for Mc- Donnell. Warner Piano Co. vs. Mbntelfaetti; A. B. Hogg represaots the plaintifi and J. GiHIs tbe defendant. Gnat Xortfa Insurance t'o. vs. Steed, et. Goaybeate, 'Church, TMcArthur aod for the plain- tiff, .W. V. A. M. Steed and A. G. Virtae for F. D. Steed. McDmieia vs. ProHzmaa A. B. Hogg; for plaintiff and Shepherd, Dun- lop and Rice for the dant. Stewart Sheaf-Loader TS. Foulson; Confbeare, Church. McArthur and j Davideoc for tie plainUH and John-1 stone and Sllcliic'lor (he defendant. Soice TO. Quong; -Shepherd, Dunlop) and Bice foe pteiotiff, and A. B. Clow. ior.. defendant. pucas aniason W. L. Clark will appear for -plaintiff and W. S. Ball for the defeadait. Small itebt Brown vs. W. S. Ball will appear for plaintiff and L. Putnam for defendant. Owen vs. NeiJson Shepherdt Dim- lop and Rice for tbe plaintiff, and C. E. Cameron for defendant. oftglin vs. Bcrwe Johnstone and Ritchie lot 'plaintiff and..defendant in person. White vs. Sheetz, et. al.; John- stone and Ritchie fox plaintiff and Sbeetx in person. Poapst vs. Pc-ole A. G. Virtue for plaintiff and Poote in person. Carpenter vs. Mdntosh Conybeare, Church, McArthur Davidson the plaintiff and H. OstlumJ Ior the defendant, Hcer Haoaigao Poapst and VirtuB t9r the plaiatifi and S. BaU for the defendant. Several criminal cases will also l.ui Haceia, an Italian of Rettaw, is up on a ferious charge, .as is also Alfred'Ohurebill! 'King- Pete Levine and Wax Zaitzen, charg- ed wrth receiving stolen property, will, appear on Thursday A Sattle of witfi SB .expected over application for naturalization of about Utfl'Chinamen by a faction in l An Old-Timer Thomas M'cXab. one of the pioneers of Leihbridge. arrived here on June IS. 1SS5, exactly thirty years ago yes- terday. He was ior many years mas- ter mechanic on the C.P.R. He was a conspicuous figure in ihe old-timer's parade last night His Sanity Questioned .lohn Dewan.. Irish, age 49. was ex- amined before the police court this morning as to his sanity. Dewan has been a well known figure around town for the lust sis months, hut it was not till the last, week that his strange actions created any suspicion as to his sanity. At the Arlington Hotel on Wednesday he created a disturb- ance and was taken by the police.- At the court J. "W. Morrison testified ihat Dewan had acted in a manner which seemed to indicate that he was demented. Dr. D. 'A, Taylor, who had examined the man, also gave his opinion that he was affected -.with lunacy and ought to be taken care of. Telia About Taber Boys The Taber Times has received the following letter from Trooper Victor R. Brown, who was formerly a mem- ber of the Taber iire department, and also conducted the Taber oil ex- change during the oil boom. He en- listed with the first contingent that left Taber. In the letter he says: You will he slad to (enow that the Taber boys still remain intact, except poor old Mangao. He died for his country. Young Bailey 1 saw the other, day, and he is well. Len Russell is with me in this regiment; he a'iso is fine. Xaish, J have not seen or heard from, but I think he is all right. Whel- an, the fellow who came up from Ma- grath, also ivelK So you see -we are all lucky so far. This is something fierce out here; one cannot realize it til! you get here and see." Rubber Bathing Caps Swiu-miug lias been revived as an amusement. This is wall because It affords an excellent form of weroUe. K you want to thoroughly en- joy your be sure to complete your swimming attire with an aitractire riftrber cap. We hive them in an assortment of colors and sizes. Price 75c The Red Cross Dm; Book Co., Limited Phone 555 Third S. Alter Ymi've Called the Doctor and he has diagnosed case, what do you do with Ms written prescription? DO you act in the "hit1 or miss" style- and take it anywhere to tie filled, or do you take it to a druggist in which you have absolute faith in his honesty, his and the purity of tia drugs? Our Prescription Department is constantly being rssrtocked with the frwhest lull-strength drugs possible to dfatain. Here our work is carefully checked and rechecked, that there will not be the possibility of a mis- take. Honesty, SkiE and Pure Drugs at the Best Prices. Prescriptions dispensed by Graduates in Pharmacy only. The Jfrw Form Orchestra at Wesley At the close of Wesley Onward Bible class tomorrow afternoon in Wesley Hail an orchestra will he "ormed in connection with this class. The executive would he pleased to nave aay musician present to assist n this good work. CHARLES CHAPLIN .IN COMEDY Charles Chaplin will.-be at the Em- press tonight and tomorrow in an up- roarious Keystone comedy, entitled "Those Love This is assisted by Chester Conklin, the two making an unbeatable combina- tion. Don't miss THE BULLETIN BOARD NotlMi for Column should reach thta Office before 12 o'clock noon on tha day of publication North Star Lodge, No. 4, A. M., will hold their regular meeting in the Masonic hall tonight, at S p.m. Second degree. CITY AND DISTRICT Chief to Go Eait The Police Commission has granted three weeks' leave to Chief of Police Slwlton Id attend the chief's conven- tion in Toronto this summer No Representative The city will have no representative this year at the fire chiefs' convention in Ottawa in August. The commis- sioners have decided that they will not be able to send Fire Chief Hardy owing: to financial stress. W. A. Chisholm ic Dead Word has been received at Nanton of the death of W. A, Chisholm, form- erly in business there, but for several years pact farming near Kinnondale. >eaih was due to pneumonia. Mr. Chisholm started tJae Nanton drug store nearly eleven years ago, and en. years ago he was overseer of the village of Nanton, as it then was. He closed out his Iwsinees there about tix years ago, and moved to his home- stead in'the Bow River valley. Hold Annual Memorial Service I. O. O. F. The annual memorial service for the departed brethren of the Independent 3rder of Oddfellows was held yester- day afternoon. Over 50 members of he lodge and 40 meuihers of the Re- le-kah branch of the order paraded to he south cumetery, and forty mem- >ers of the lodge living on the north iide paraded to the north cemetery, repressive lodge services were held at the cemeteries., after which potted lowers and wreaths were-placed on the grave. Private Oharles grand- son of the late Judge Dean, of Lind- say, was killed in action in France." J. B. Sherraid, of Montreal, has been elected president ot the Cana- dian Manufacturers' Asspciation. Reiall Orderlies are free 'from harsh drugs and are the nicest laxa- tive for children. Sold only by .1, D. Higinbotham Co., 'Limited, The Resall Store, lOc, 25c -and 50c boxes. "Dry" Kansas and "Wet" Nebraska Nebraska lias no large cities. Kansas lias no large cities. Urban population of these Slates is about the sanie. Geographical situation of these Stales is similar. Rural population distributed equally, and about equal in numbers. Percentage of illiteracy is'the same. Percentage of whiles, native born and foreign is the same. Percentage of negroes about the same. -----------THEREFORE----------- "Dry" Kansas' decline in insanity per population was from 02.2 pqv cent, in 1904 to 52.4 in 1912. "Wet" Nebraska's decline in insanity per -was from 62.1 in 1904 lo 84.5 in 1910. Gases of insanity in "Wet" Nebraska hospitals was 143.9 per inhabitants. Cases of insanity in "Dry" Kansas hospitals was 165.6 per inhabitants. Cases of. alcoholic psychoses (delirium Iremens) in "Dry" Kajisas hospitals, 5 per cent, of all insane patients admitted. Cases of alcoholic tremens) -in "Wet" Nebraska hospitals, a fraction over 4 per cent, of :insanc patients. "Dry" Kansas shows an actuaj increase in delirium treinens shows an actual declinejn delirium tremens cases. Insanity cases due to paresis (often brought about indirectly by liquor) shows 8 per cent, for Kansas and 6 per cent for Nebraska. Whisky, not beer, causes delirium tremens in nearly eveiy case. Relative' consumption of hard stuff increases in prohibition states, and malt bever- ages diminishes. THESE FIGURKS ARE RIGHT. At Knox The regular prayer meeting will be held iu Knox church school room on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. The choir practice will be held as uaual on Friday erening. At. Andrew's A congregational social will be heh'Jd in St. Andrew's church tonight.. A good programme of music has been prepared. Refreshments will be serv- ed. The Christian Endeavor will meet in :he cliarcn. on Tuesday evening; at 7.30. The subject "Will be "Gofi'a purpose for younj: men of-today." The -Onward Bible class will meet on Wednesday evening. At Westey A tea in aid of the Wesley Aid will ba given by Mrs. W. A. Buch-' anan on Wednesday afternoon from 4 to 6, The pastor will conduct the Wednes- day evening prayer service. A full attendance _is requested. On Friday evening the usual choir practice will be held. First Baptist "Pals'" meet with Mr. 3. Knapman, 1259 Sixth avenue South, tonight. Herbert W. Piercy's recital. Victor Hugo's "Jean and humorous selections, on Wednesday evening. Practice of song and young people's meeting, Friday. DARDANELLES TOWNS REPORTED. RUINED NEK IN THE Cllf In this C6lumn Will be Published Every Monday Church Announce- for the Coming Notices for This Column Should Reach this office hot later than 10 a.m. Monday. Announcements of Enter- tainments for which Admission is Charged will not, of course, be accept- sd for this column. At Westminster The Epworth1 league of. Westmin- ster church meets tonight nt 7.30. The North Ward social service league meets tomorrow evening in the church at eight o'clock. The annual congregational meeting of Westminster church will be held, on Wednesday evening next. Heports of the various departments of the church wi'il bo read. The pastor will aJao give a report on the recent conference In Edmonton. Refreshments will -he serv- ed, and a general social evening will be spent. A onion choir practice -will be'held in the church on Friday eveninr-at S o'clock. At St. The regular serrice of intercession v.-i'Il be held in SL Mary's church- oh Wednesday evening at S o'clock. St. Cyprian's The Junior Brotherhood of-St.- An- drew of St, Cyprian's Church Trill-meet iii the parish room on. Wednesday ev- ening at 7.30. A service of intercession will held at 8 o'clock, and a teachers' meeting will be held at S.30. The usual choir practice Tvfll be> held on Friday evening at 8.30. Christian Church Christian Endeavor social evening tonight, S o'clock. All young- people invited. Prayer meeting ivill he held oa Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Ml Kilid'Bil'.jr-ftnii C'haiiak at the and Maidos further up are sttirt to ibe "smoking while the Allies are reported in -the Gaili- ioli peninsula from Cape Helles at the tip, northeast to the'Narrow's. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE -------ON------. Tuesday, June 15th AT 624 12th STREET SOUTH AT 2 P. M. w. L.'WILSON, AUCTIONEER is favored 'With instructions from Mr. 13. A. Spcnce to sell the Extension Table; Diners; Centre Tables; Ma- hogany and Oak -Rockers; .Flat Top Desalt; Wicker Rocker; Sani- tary Coucli; Carpet Squares; Carpet Sweeper; Iron Beds, Springs and -Mattresses; Dressers; antf-.-Stands; ilealera; one Sewing-Machine; Refrigerator; Grapliaphone and Records; one i- Hole Range, high cioset and warming closet; Fnll Leaf Talkies; School. Books; Pictures; House Plants; Dishes; Cooking Utensils; Quantity ot Canned Fruit'fend many other articles. >O RESERVE. AUCTIONEER'S PHONE 1023. TERMS CASH, ;