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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up J LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor I MADAM: When the grocer says it's just a-s good as TAYLOR MADE he doubts your jiuigment Preserving Strawberries, Cherries, Gooseberries Should IK- nl llu-ir bt-sl Iliis wrek mid nuxl. We mv hooking orders for Ilicsc goods now. and yiiaranteo the. very at Hit lowest innrkcl prices when goods tire delivered Place orders now. All orders filled in rotation as received. Office: THE GOOD CO. Store: Phoael271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 525 Flowers, Potted Plants, Vegetables Florists Frache Bros. CITY AND DISTRICT ICE Delivered Daily to all parts of the city We guarantee to satisfy you regarding your lee supply. RATES 10 IDS. per month 20 Ibs. daily___52.50 per month M Ibs. u'aily___83.00 per month Western Transfer Co. Limited. PHONE 1163. MEIBYWARTAX We Write HAIL INSURANCE la- Good Reliable Com- panies with GKEXEEOrS ADJUSTMENTS Phone or write us ami we will call on you. Wilson Skeith GENERAL INSURANCE AND C. P. R. LAND AGENTS. FLOOR SHERLOCK BLDG. PHONE 1343. Ottawa. June of finance Hon. W. T. White, estimates a statement given out last night that from information compiled by officials of the department "the special war recemie act passed last- session will bring iu in revenue up to July 1, next. Bank note circulation, he suites, will, bring in trust and j loan companies, insurance [companies, while stemp tax- es generally including stamps on ne- 1 gotiable instruments, money orders, letters and post cards, patent medi- cine, perfumeries, which will bring in This makes a tc-tal of Taxes on railways and telegraph companies will not be avail- able until later. 3lr. states that the total I amount of interest will have- been paid aud accrued by July 1 on 'all amounts borrowed from British government for outlays since August (1 last is j If the total amount of already appropriateo" by parliament on war account is expanded by March 1, nest, there will be an additional i account- of interest payable after July 1, approximating There is every indication says the minister, i that tbe amount appropriated will not be sufficient to provide for war 'expenditures up to March 31. The appropriation oi for pensions made'last session, is already being drawn upon and deposits for this account will likely .have to he added to. Change Location A. E. Kinnear of the Central Cash grocery, will occupy the store just vacated by Thompson's Grocery, at 1112 Sixth avenue Sou 111, after July i. To Recite Here Herbert Piercy had ;i good re- ception in Calsary last Friday even- ing, when be recited to a crowded house. Prom there he went to Ed- monton to recite to the Baptist con- veniion iu session. Tomorrow night he gives Victor Hugo's "Jean Valjean." in the First Baptist church in this city. MARKETS Real News Scon "One of these days soon. I will be able to give you some real good said Ira Segur to the Herald this morning, "but at present there is noth- ing .doing. The public know, as much as I do. and 1 have nothing new to spring." Mr. Segur left this morning for the south oa a visit of, inspection to his wells. Clean the Wetds Chief Skelton says that people are complying with the orders issued by ihe police to clear up ihe weeds. On account of the rainy weather lie has not issued any sumaaeusas set, but promises to do so in the near future if some people do not-set rid of- their weed crop. Spends Week-End Here Lieut. Page of "C" Squadron, 13th C.M.R., spent the week-end in the city. -He reports that the squadron is very comfortable in the Sarcee-Comp. and everybody is well.. He says that is certainly Well represent- ed at Sarcee, there being Lethtoridge men. in every division. CODERRE RETIRE'S Ottawa, Ont., June Evening Jmirnart says "Hoc. Louis Coderre will retire from the cabinet immediately, and it is pro- bafcle that his successor will be ap- pointed this week. Jt ia understood that the portfolio of secretary of State has been offered to J. E. Tellier, leader'of the Conservative OpoHition in Quebec, but llr. Teilier has not yet confirmed his intentions to the Prime Minister." When Johnny Wants a Cold Drink ANOTHER PROBLEM FOR MOTHERS After settling the pure food ques- tion (or Daby, pare ice ques- tion for tlie household, Mother has now a moment of leisure to decide Johnnj- and the rest of the chil- dren should have when they "want a cold drink. .Montierrat Lime Fruit Juice IB Uio Yferdiot. Tens of thousands of cases been used in I ho British Navy this year and the British Expedition- ary forces Tne reason is, it is h'ealthy, quenches the thirst, and is a delichtfiil summer beverage. Lime Fruit Juice is valuable in the country, where the chances are that the water is act pure ilohteerrat Lime Fruit Juice de- strafB of McOill "University. Professors have proven Montverrat theiefore insures you against Tvplioid besides it is so re freshing, cooling and thirst' assuag- TUESDAY'S GRAIN Winnipeg, .J.une 15. closing prices on the gr; today were: Julr {Oct. Dec............................ Oats- July........................... Oct. Flax- July Oct. ...r.............. WINNIPEG CASH Wheats No. 1 Nor................... No. 4 Xo. 5 No. 0 No. 2 C. W.................. No. -I C. W................. Extra No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed Flax- No. 1 N. W. C........... No. 2 C. CHICAGO .Iillv Sept........................... MINNEAPOL PR ICES Opening and tin exchanges Open Close 1.181- Hotel Changes Charles Hansen severed his connec- tion with the Castle. Hotel today, Louis F. -Pabst having assumed control. Mr. Pabsl has a wide reputation as a cap- able hote'i man, and is not unknown In Lethbridge, having been manager of the Letbbridge Hotel for ten years, and later .was proprietor of the ired Hotel. Mr._-Hanson will now de- vote his entire attention to the inter- ests of the Empress Theatre. District Court The District .Court opened this morning for the June sittings, presid- ed over by his Honor Judge Jackson, and attended by almost the whole local bar. The disposition of ihe cases oc- cupied most of the morning. The case oC the Kine vs. but Baceda was re- manded till-next Tuesday. A long list of names of applicants for naturaliza- tion was read by Clerk of the Court Irwinl 1.01 1.01 fl9t l.OOi 5U- -U" 1.59-1 1.54 1.58} PRICES 1.18J- 1.08 1.01 54 531 511 50" 1.531 1.50 Nyals' CANADIAN-MADE Perfumes At one time we sought all of oar famous odd's in distant lands, now Canada can 'boast of perfumes that are second to noue. XyaTs Perfumes which have stood every test- in comparison to foreign makes, and bare been found equal If not superior to any of them. Come iu and sample these perfumes. You'll ;he apt to ftnrt one which is worthy of adop- tion for your regular use. PRICES ARE REASONABLE The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited 655 Third Ave- 3. J> Onion Sets To meet several requests for Onion Set's we "have put in a limited quantity.' As these will be the last ship- ment we would suggest that those iviio procure their-supply-at once. The JMCatt Store THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices fop Column should reich Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day cf publication Loyal Moose No. 79" meet tonight in Moose hall, .Second avenue South. Important that all officers be present. Mayor Urges Action on Dandelion Pest Editor, fLethbridge Herald: of tlie most regrettable sights that was our eyes everywhere we went, in the east was the excessive growth of dandelions. Every greon had a yellow cast, which destroyed the. beauties of lawns and meadows. The otherwise 'beautiful race course in Toronto was defaced by tbe admixture of dande- lion's in the lawn aurf enclosure gener- ally. Otherwise beautiful parka in many towns and cities had their love- ly green defaced by the undesirable yellow and cotton bloom of tbe ma- tursd. plant. It is only when a person .sees this defacement of the beauty c? parts, lawns, etc., that the seriousness of this past is appi'tuiaied. would urge all owners of private lawns to eradicate the pest from their la-wns by digging1 the plant out by the roots. There is a small, long, narrow, half-round spade manufactured for this purpose, .which makes the work fairly easy and effective. Although the city is hard pressed for money, we wtii urge the council to try to devise some means c-' clean- ing this past from the boulevards. Owners should help bv undertaking to spade the dandelions out of the boule- vards in front of their property, es- pecially in front of where they reside. There is some chemical process or killing off the dandelions which the council will' investigate at once, with a view to iu use, if it has proven suc- cessful; In this we have some doubt, because surely if it were effecttve it would he used in the places we have referred to. Anyway, digging "out the roois is a sure and this city is in the posi- tion, inasmuch as the dandelions have not got a very great start, to get rid of the pest before it gets beyond control. Every citizen should help. 'Yours truly, W. D. U HARD1B, Mayor. Use Rexall Orderlies for Chronic Constipation; they are gentle in ac- tion, mild and natural. Sold only by ,T. D. Higinbothani Co., Limited, The Rexall Store. lOc, 25c and DOc Britain Presents United Front to Common Enemy 1.02 if l.OOJ 1.14J' 1.00} LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgarv: Hogs, cattle, ?S.2u. Hogs, 59.25; cattle, 59.00. Chicago: Hogs, cattle, 1.0-H l.OH IS l.lgi Sept........................... l.OH Because the wool-buyers are not (prepared to meat the prices demand- ed by the growers, the meeting at the board of trade this aiterwxm OL tbe growers oi Southern Alberta "and tbe buyers frum tlie United States and -hastcrn Canada, came to naught.! The growers hold their wool at from. 25c. 'to 32c. per pound and the buy- ers are not prepared to pay these .prices. The highest bid was not dis- j closed, but it" Is understood that it did net come'Very dose to hitting mark. One of the buyers "Tbe Americans are high flyers, but UIRV couldn't catch the custard." Last year the prices were 1G and i? conls. The is in much better shape this year, beiiig as white and clean as snow. TV AVhile holding a vacuum cleaner, Mrs. A. II. Noye> picked up the tele- pfrone receiver and was at Cranston, R.I. Baptists in cG.iveuiion at Los An- geles decided to try to obtain converts before 1920. CHARLES CHAPLIN IN COMEDY Charles Chaplin will be at the Era- pre'ns tonight for the last time in an uproarious keystone comedy, entitled 'Those Love Pangs." This tirne he ii assisted by Chester Conklin, the tivo making au unbeatable combina- tion. Don't miss. London. June the measure calling for, a loan of Premier Asiiuith remark- ed that from April 1 to June 12, the expenditure had been at the rate of daily. He es- timated that the total daily expendi- ture during the currency of the credit would be not less than 000 for the reason that as the war extended its area, Great Britain's financial obligations ,to the Allies would increase. Iu a general s.urvey of the situation, the Premier referred to tbe reROnitruc- tion of tbe government. He declared he would not bave been justified ill taking the course he did in this regard under the pressure of ence or because of temporary em- barrassment. The task was as unwel- come as cauld fall to tbe lot of any man. i After paying a tribute to his Ute colleagues. Mr. Asquith claimed both for himself and his new colleagues the staunchest adherence of- spective. political parties. ;He .admit- ted that the word not a nleasant .flavor in the history of British politics. Up to the last mo- ment he had not been without a doubt as to how he could best respond to the call of public duty. "The situation was. without parallel in our he said. "The de- mand which it, had made upon the en- ergies of the nation and upon the pa- tience and. foresight of tbe govern- ment, and the confidence felt by one in the othej could not -be measured hyi any. precedent.' But our .national pol-! icy remains pursue this war at any cost to a victorious jsaue." 51 r. AEfluith said he had decided, slowly and reluciantly, but in the end without doubt or hesitation that what was necessary was such a broadening of Ihe basis of the government as would remove even the semblance of a one-sided or party, character, m continued: "This would demonstrate beyond all possibility of doubt, not only" to our people at home and across the seas., but to the whole world, our a'llies, our 'enemies and that after near- ly a year of war.'with its fluctuations and .vicissitudes, the British people are more resolved than xever, with one heart and one all distinction of unite every personal and political, as well as every moral and material .force, in the pro- secution of our cause." Dealing with tbe situation since ilarch, Ascmith emphasized the importance of the accession of Italy to the cause of the Allies. Jn concluding his remarks, he said: "In every speech I have tried to strike two notes; a note of warning as to the gravity of our task, and a note of confidence as to the ultimate issue. There is no discord between tlie two. We have for the moment one plain, paramount duty to perform: to bring to the lervice of the state the willing, organized help of every part of the community. There is a' fitting place, a fitting work, for every man, every woman in the land. Be it sooner or will surely come, when our CIUK has been vindicated, and there it once more peace on earth, may it be recognized that on that proudest day in the annals of this nation, there was .no home, no workshop, in the whale of this United Empire which did not take its part in the struggle, and earn its share in the common triumph." TELLS OF THRILLING BATTLE IN THE AIR WITH ZEPPELIN BUSINESS LOCALS Frank1 Waddington and Lionel As- quith have purchased a number or Davis Sewing Machines from the Letllbridgc Weyburn Realty Co. which they are prepared to sell at great .They advertise Hint they are prepared to trade goods for ma- chines and will accommodate any body who wishes to make a deal. ISO-it Something Different Something Better ELLISON'S SPECIALS CRUSHED OATS AND COEN Your horses will work better on ton MIXED CORN CHOP Fine ground. Best on .the market for ton SAMPLES FURNISHED ON BEQUEST Call, Write, or Fiona. Ellison Milling and Elevator Co., Limited Lethbridge, Alberta. Pure Pasteurized Milk Absolutely Free from all living disease and Food Value Sterile BottUts 13 QUARTS PHONE A-ND OUR .WAGON WILL We have The Most Sanitary and Modern Dairy in the -vicinity of WE DELIVER TO ALL PARTS OF THE-CITY. The Crystal Dairy Limited Cor. 13th Street A 6th Ave. PHONE 1575 Northern'France, June mem- ber of the staff of the- Northern France journal, Lc Tclegramme, 11104, Lieut. Warnefonl, tlie heroic aviator, after his return from his successful ttaek upon the giant Zeppelin 'in the air Bruges and Ghent. War-" neford, fn telling of his exploit, said he and two companions, J. P. Wil- son anil J. S. Mills, set off the night before on an air reconnaissance. They started in the only their, compasses to guide them. At about three-thirty in'''the morning thejr found themselves north oi Brussels. Coming, down a little lower, they were able to distinguish a big Zep- pelin hangar at Eyere. "My compan- said Warnefordy "then rose a little higher until they'were exactly under the then one after the other they let fly Sever- al found their mark and I saw. a long flume shool out from the hangar, jeti ting up in the air to a great height, hut I could not say whether there was a Zeppelin inside. Having thrown their bombs, my companions contin- ued their high in tin- air and making for their own camp. "I reserved myself and my ammu- nition for further adventures. I pro- ceeded on "my journey, at increased It was just 4 o'clock in the morning when all of ;t sudden I per- ceived on tbc horizon about midway between Ghent and Brussels, a Zep- pelin (lying at a height of about 000 feet. "I immediately flew toward it and when I was almost over the monster T descended about fifteen metres and (lung six bombs ab it. Tfao sixth struck the envelope of the ship fair and square in the middle. There was instantly an explosion. The displace- ment of" air around me was so great that a tornado seemed to have been produced. My machine tossed upward and was then flung absolutely upside down. 1 -was forced to loop the loop in spite of myself. I thought for a moment that the end of everything had come. In the whirl I had the pleasure of seeing my victim falling to earth in a cloud of flames and smoke. Then by some miracle my ma- chine righted itself and I came to earth in the enemy's country. T was not long on the ground, however, for T speedily put myself .and ray machine .into working order. Then I set my engine going and was off. Ford Touring Gar Price Tlie best that money can the labor into the Canadian B'ord. Our workmen are the Jlighest paid motor carjneohanlcs in ihe British Empire. This means dollars saved in after expense to the man who drives a Ford in Canada." .Because the Ford ear is built right. Buyers of ICord cars wilkshare in our profits if we sell between August 1, 1914 and August I, 1915. Kunabout J5-IO; Town Car ?840; F. 0. B. Ford, Ontario, 'with ail equipment, including electric headlights. Cars on display and sale at THE FORD GARAGE VIRTUE 1232 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 633. ;