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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta New Arlingtoi European, ington Hotel I an, 50c up LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD f Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel in mberta 1 DANCE POSTPONED The dance scheduled tor last night kt the Henderson Park Pavilion was postponed on account of the ram un- til Tuesday evening next. CHARLES CHAPLIN AOAIN AT THE EMPRESS The Empress has secured an ex- ceptionally good two part Keystone, featuring Charles Gnanlin. aWy assist- ed by Keystone Mabel, for tonight. Don't this, as it is one of the "best comedies ever tisement. Experimental Farm's Donation R. hou. secretary of the local branch of the Patriotic Fund, acknowledges tiie receipt of the sum of J40.00, a donation from the staff of the Experimental Farm, to be di- vided eduallj- between the Red Cross 'and Patriotic Fund. Rexall Orderlies mate you feel fine. You will' feel 'better and live longer if yon'H keep your bowels regular by the occasional-use of Rexall Order- lies. Sold -by .7.. D. Higinbotliam Co., "Where are the The Hon. J. F. Rutherford's Arguments Refuted, in Christian Church .....Corner '6f 3rd Avenue and 8th Street Sunday Evening, June 20th Speaker: Bev. W. G. Asher, Pastor Every passage of Scripture quoted at the Lecture given in the Mijeitic Theatre last Wednesday .Night will be examined, and every argument advanced will be considered. ANY WRITTEN 8UE6TIONS WILL BE 1674 Next Tuesday or Wednesday expect .large shipments of Sfnnv homes and Bmg Cherries. I.L you have not alrenily placed your order for these goods it would be advis- able to do so at once, as the season for Strawberries is now pretty well on. lowest market price. JC Bins1 Cherries: 20 pound cases, per rase........ S3.45 Phoiel271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phtie 525 Plewert, Potted Plants, VegetJblet florists Frache Bros. WEATHER anil WIIH scaiLCicu aiiutti-La m .-1A- prta- KOKECAST and a little -n-anner. Saskatchewan anil Alberta Fair and a little warmer with some loea! showers. CITY AND DISTRICT Official Visit "W. J. Humphries of Winnipeg, sup- erintendent of car sen-ice of the C. P.R.. is in. the city today on official i business. j Celebrate at Rolling Green I of Rolling Green and viciniiy will observe Dominion Day by holding a celebration. The ev-. eius of the day are very attractive, i and the committee is leaving nothing undone to make the celebration a suc- cess. There races and field! day sports and a baseball game in the afternoon. A dance will--be-.held in j the U.FA. hall In the evening. Wet" Nebraska Fine Wheat Taber Times: Some p'ies of wheat are being displayed around town by the-farmers. C. E. Tainter brought in a sample of wbeaf sown on fall plowing that measured 23 inches. Jud Russell displayed a sample measuring1 27 inches. Herbert Simpson, "the Spokane, re- ports that his wJieat is higher than any one else's. From all reports there 'will great rivalry in the standing field competition this year. Modifies Statement Sergeant' Batenellor- who has been in the city during the week assisting rv Major James for the 13th, wishes to modify his state- Ill the ment in regard to recruiting, as it was published in Thursday's Herald. He states that two battalions of men ,1 TT f i i. cou'ld easilv- lie raised here, but many ot the strictest m the pro- of them not reach t-he prevail- ing high standard, as the authorities are very strict in.the enforcement'of the standard. Eight more men were recruited on Thursday, .making'a to- tal of twenty-three- men, who were re- Kansas VS, (SEE LIQUOR AD. IN HERALD, JUNE 14th) The "'Wet" Nebraska, so.called, has of its population living in ''Dry" -107 of its'Municipalities are -'Dry." t" Municipalities (lie license law is one PROHIBITION R 0 H I B I T I 0 N Taber Celebration Taber Times: The Dominion Day celebration committees are sparing ao efforts to make the dayja success and a great programme'of sports and ev- ents has been prepared. "The grounds are to be decorated and prepared for the various sports, and the race track l be put in better shape than ever. The entries for the horse, races are coming inT and from all .reports some fast horses will be tracked that day. Yet despite its Xe-; bra-ska wants to be wholly like "Dry" Kan- that in the face of statistics." as the Kansas Legislature calls them, of the liquor interests in regard to th awful prevalence of -insanity, alcoholic psychosis, paresis, hob-hailed liver, beer- heart, etc.. in the Sunflower State. In1913 "Wet" Xebraska voted for county option; by a majority "of 15.000. And in 1916 State Wide Constitutional Pro- hibition is-to be submitted to a vote of the people. BUT SAY: If the Liquor party wish to contrast a real State with Kansas, why not take Nevadai where 91% of the people live under licence. Such a companion would be fair, 'and would show among other of paupers in aim per population Kansas 43; Nevada of insane in per population" Kansas 172; Nevada 282. of-Hate prlipneri per population: Kansas Nevada 353. of young people between the ages of 15 and 20 Kansas 44: Nevada :I4. THESE FIGURES ARE RIGHT A flmilar ef MonUni, Pennsylvania and New' III PMl "Dry" Kaniii, would MK ntulta, cniited this MARKETS SATURDAY'S GRAIN PfllCES Winnipeg, June til. and closing prices on the grain exchanges today were July Oct................... 'July., ...A. .Oct......... 'Jlilj- Oct'. Open Close 1.22 1.21-1 1.04J 1.04J 53} 1.03J 54 1.55-J 1.55J 1.60 1.60J CASH 1'KICES Wheat- No.. 1 Nor.................... Mo 2 Nor................... No. 3 Nor. No.'4 No. Oats- Xo. 1 C'. W. 3 C. W................. Extra No; 1 fttA No. 1 N. W. C........... CHICAGO Whcatr- .fiilr iM 1.04J MINNEAPOLIS July 1.20J i-osj 1.20J 1.18 1.155 1.11} 53} 52 53 3 l.OSJ 1.03J '1.19J J.l.t'A KODAKiflUMS-AND SUPPLIES Amateur Photographers will find our Kodak Department ex- ceptionally well stocked with everything theivmay require. The Red Cross Drug Book United 'I' R. B. CHADWICK RESIGNS Edmonton. Jime Chadwick, for six years super- Intendent of neglected cliild- ren of the province, lias re- signed his position, and today Km-. A. 11. -McDonald, well- known former Baptist minie- ter, was appointed to the post. Mexicans Will Maintain Dignity Washington, June United States government was informed to- day in a note from Francisco Lagos Chazaro, president of the Villa-Za- pata convention government at Mex- ico. City, that President Wilson's recent statement warning the Mexi- can factions to compose their differ- ences tshould signify "pressure .or the ccmvchtionist government "still liarbonng the conscience of rts sacrifices maintain the dignity of ihe Mexican people." CITY AND DISTRICT Hospital Aid Al meeting of the former truslees of the Hospital Aid society is called for at 4 p.m. In St. Augustin's Hall. SATURDAY SPECIAL Harmony Rose and Violet Soap 2 for 25c J.O.HpyothasSCo.lti, The iJMCott Store Band. Notice A meeting of the members of Leth- bririse CUy band will lie held in the band room on Sunday, June 20, at 2.30 p.m. sharp. All those wishing to get instruments, etc., take notice. Enlists With the 13th Mr. George Shirley of the grocery department of the Hudson's Bay Co., has enlisted in'the 13th C.M.R., and will leave for Sarcee the early train Monday morning. Dlicuii Liquor Act A meeting will he held at Westmin- ster church, .the eornBr-qE Fifth av- enue and Thirteenth street North oh. Wednesday night 23, when Messrs. Virtue, and Forrester -will dis- cuss the Llfluor Act Anniveriary of Disaster Today is the flrst anniversary of the Hillcrest disaster in which 189 miners lost their lives. The'operat- ors in Hillerest, by May of mourning for their dead comrades, have c.osed all foe mines for today. Notice To Public A "Meeting will belieldinllic Y. M.C.A. Building on Monday, the 21st insl a! 8 p.m. to se- lect n rommktpc lo make avraiigpincnls for n. Do- minion Celpbratioji. All societies and organi- zations are urged to have representatives' there. W. D. L. HAEDTE, The Travel Festival Switter than travel by rail or any other means of Toyman K. Howe's Travel Festival, which comes to the Majestic commencing on Mon- day next to 1111 a three days' engage- ment, covers such iminenae distances in a couple of hours, that it would coat a fortune to traverse the same itinerary'in person. Because of the amazing realism and perfect photo- graphic Quality, as well as tile diversi- fied and Mcltisive subject matter, his exhibition has created a distinct'posi- tion for itself. The realism of each scene is intensified by the staff of versatile imitators and! impersonators the screen who mimic very closely that flies in the air or on the earth. Then again these illusions are enhanced and per- fteted by the classfe and semi-ciasnic musical, accompaniments which are is varied in theme as the 'scenes, each theme being precisely the most appropriate for every scene. just how good a cook you are, unless you have used Carlyle Ice Cream Always the same- Pure, Rich, Wholesome, Delicious Qt. Brick 60c Per gal. The Crystal Dairy Limited Cor. 13th Street i 6th Ave.' PHONE 1576. Don't be Carried Away With the idea that you can> buy: "Better Lumber and Building Material than we offer you. AVe know better. You're not gambling, or taking any chamres when buying lierc. On the contrary, you are putting yourself-.squarely on the road to complete satisfaction. We know about what consumers iicerl .in the building line.. Wo know-how to price our goods attractively. And know how to .treat you so you'll come again. Don't don't guess whether we could please you better or not. Investigate and find sure. The man-who never investigates, never ktiojvs. Drop in and see us. CITIZENS LUMBER CO., Phone 36.2. 134 16th Street North. PROVISION MADE FOR EXPENDITURES UNDER SASK. LIQUOR ACT Reglna, June Geo Bell, minister of finance, brought "down to the legislature today estimates totalling The chief items are; Interest on public. debt, grants to grants to municipal councils under the new ho- tel act, JHS.OOQ; 'to provide for ex- penditures, under the; Patriotic Act (re vote, advances for expenditures under Sale oE Act, NEW 'POOLROOM AND BARBER SHQf You are all welcome. Standard Bank Bldg., Opp.' King's Hotel: RtalWonder-Worker For Wrinkled ___ who Imve all of so- culled "WrinkLe-removeri" in a vtiA (o kwe unwelcome traces ot .am, iUlMH or .worry, can somreaiy find words to their delight wHb'tbe wotxfer- fal sixollte formula, the? have Riven tt trlftl THa succws of this mttthod i.i not to marvelntM dfectWfr- tipon tbo ifmn and 'oroivs- M well upon the very fine ones to it. oolck actton nlmpllc- a tly Md It- tHn4ttWt for one only Als- ED ounce of powdered in Men's Own Westminster Methodist Chim-h Sunday, 4 p.m. Speaker--W. S. GalbraithD Is It Reasonable to Use Alcoholic A givon 10 all men, espec- ially to men of Anti-Prohibition thought. Bring your questions. Have them answered in the light of science. AND A HEARTY INVITATION TO ALL. ;