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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL CCMFONTABLt LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Bed a D.y Hotel in Alberta ALWAYS Uniform. Uaking Worries Eliuiiiiatert. I OAVES a delight to look at. is Sold on Quality. D ATIIEK Thau on Price. FAVORITE PKIDE OF ALBERTA. From Either. P NJOY Life by Using Them. STRAWBERRIES FOR PRESERVING WE FIND THIS YEAR WE'ARE MEETING WITH OlFVlCULTIEt VEARtFOR THE LAST FEW WEEKS WE HAVE HAD A STANDING O8PER FOR ITRAWICRRIC9 TO BE FRESH EVERY DAY BUT ONLY ON A VERY FEW OCCASIONS DID WE HECtiVE AT ALL AND THEN ONLY A PART OF WHAT WE HAD ORDERED. THE It .BECAUSE THEY WERE NOT TO BE HAD AT ANY PRICE. FROM NOW ON WE HOPE Tp HAVE SHIPMENTS A LITTLE MORE REGULARLY. IF YOU CONTEMPLATE PRESERVING 'ANY WE WOULD ADVISE BOOKING ORDERS NOW SO THAT WHEN. WE GET THEM WE .CAN. IMMEDIATELY DELIVER THEM. WE EXPECT THE CRESTON STRAWBERRIES WILL START COMING IN SOON. THE GOOD CO. High Class Grocers Phoue 525 MARKER MOSQUITOS Do not let thew pests bother you, but buy a bottle of K. A. MOSQUITO LOTION and note the quick and efficient results. Price 25 ceuts THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. and Next Holtl FORTUNE TELLING CIRCULARS BANNED 01 June posl office department has issued a number of or- ders relative to for tune-to 111 as circu- lar's and racing tips. The public is given uolice that it Is useless lor re- plies Lo be sent to parlies sea ding out L either, racing Lips or fortune-telling circulars because all such letters ob- 1 serred in Ihc mails will be seat ID the dead letter office. Whenever they are delected letters Irotn 111 a other side of thfi line containing such circulars or tips uill lie prevented from reaching the parties to "horn Ihey are address- ed in .Canada. Me lie MOST of the Prices by cooagn- ing Ywr Ton vlll realize every cent 'In .It for you, ud eet ypnr-ra- .promptlj'. OR PHONE Office Phone 1313 Phone MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBMDGE BRANCH .SHERLOCK BLDG. Winnipeg. June- All markets K-ere weik on the start and closed loiver or unchanged, but Tvlth some I from Ihe low polnls. In basis contract [irat half of AogTist was quoted for the flrsl Lime 1 the price being 52.35. Octo- ber wheat closed 5 cents lower, a re- action ot le irci: the low poiol of Ibc day. Minneapolis July dosed 414c low- er nnd September unchanged. Winni- peg July oats closed lower after moderate trade. Oclober oats were 2Hc lower. July flax dropped sis- cents and October .we are giving Palm Olive Soap Free wllh each purchase o[ Palm Olive Cream, Paim Ollvo Shampoo or I'alm OllTG Talcum Powder." 1 Jar Palm OUve'-.Cream and 3 cakes of soap, itegular 75c. Now 1 Dottle Palm Olive Shampoo and 3 cakes ot Snip. Cfti Regular 75e. Special.- 1 Lin Palm Olire. iTnlcum and i cake soap. Regular 4Qc. 2Q6. 1S1 207 1SS Winnipeg Cash Pricei No. 1 Nor...24S No. 2 Nor... 245 No. 3 Nor.. .24014 No 5 Nor.. -205 Feed Oats- No. 2 C. W. 70H Exira No. 1 Feed No. 4. Nor.. .22SV6 No. 6 Nor...lSS-' 13S Xo- 1 Feed.. CG% No. 3 C. SSK No. 2 Feed.. No: -3 ......131 No. Hejclted and Feed .....'.......103 No. 1 N. W. No. 2 C. W. 274 No-.3 C. W. 259 Basis Conlracl June.................. ,..215 July August DO NOT MISS THIS OFPORTUNltY Ike Red Cross Draj Co., Liwied PHONE ta. CITY AND DISTRICT Dance After Game There "will be a big 'dance after tho ball tune at Raymond tomorrow night. The same starts at 6.15. 'For Belgian Relief W. A. Bucbauau, M.V., ac es for (da Belgian Hcllef Ji from a sympithlter. lUrihquake Once Vltited City Tirenty-fiTe Tears ago on June lllh, o( Lolhbrldge was visited by an earthquike. ProhbLly the old tlu er hat forgotLen about It, but an Item [nlhe''Wicn5pe5 Freo Press under the Backwaril" column recalls !..335 LOCAy MARKETS Groin Livestock DOWLER GRAIN nt you iMt fjr rvinta Uiu far Ual ot M 1922 tttt latt J. Ottawa, June his speech this afternoon Sir Sam" read a letter ha ad- dressed to Sir Robert Borden on Octo- ber 17, 1916, slron'Ely advocating com- pBlsorr Eervice. To this he said he had received no reply- He could have created a dim- cult'situalion on such a resolution ear- lier Then it woiili have' teen refused, but. his'only, object jras la help Ihe bors at the He therefore vailed until the cablnet-was ready to take ac- tion, la praol'of this Sir Sam read'a letter" written'fcy, him to the prime minister after hU return from Ens- land asVins U.U'ipis his intention, to lake action in. regard to conscription. The prime minister responded the fol- lowing'Friday in his speech to the house, the er-mlnlster added. Contin- uing, Sir-Sam argued that Canada has the right to .send men overseas In as lo arm or (rain them. 'If-yon can tec3. them one Eald, "foil might as well send them .hrce thousand miles lo fight Ger- many." "Conipulsory. the ci-minia. er Eald, "Does not mean a large sland- army, despite the views of certain labor leaders, bearing all the ear. marks of being In the nay of Gcnzzii agents In the-UnHid Stales." .Speaking of democracy Sir Sam said that Bit autocracies were not to he lo restrict nd In absolute-monarchies. "There, came from the Imperial munitions are men who say." he added, "the two-board, the minister of finance and great erotipp, one rallvray and olhcrifrom Lord. Shaughncssy.-presldenl of financial, control this government." lie'the Canadian Pacific, railway who. Trick Prkei Wheat 221 Oats 60S Flai Jarlcy 57 ZM, i 100 Wheat nix Harlcy LIVESTOCK 'PRICES Choice steers, to choice coi to TA. Select hoga, ISO lo 250 JL314.. Choice killing wethers, lie. Choice klling, ewca. 10c. !z receipt of German.money. Tlic ex-minister asserled tnal a rnorcment had derelopcd In Canada orts to the leather and the partial the real estate content In Tie city water. tfte Bathing Season Is ushered In. SWc naTc. 'all the' accessories for: for those so' in'' tte Una ot Battling Re ng Bathins BatrrSarayc Bath Mitts Wild Cloths-1 Bath Bruihes (with and with- out handles) Bath Powder Bath Salts (all _ Etc., Etc., Etc. Our window teih the itory. J. Limited Planetr WholeiiU TELEPHONING. was conJldent that compulsory -s or vice coald Canada without said: could aend Knottier 2QO.CKIO TDCTI to ITie (ronl wllliQat les'scnlng productlon- "Great caire should lie taken In re- gard to but ilils matter could lie discussed In committee. If TUlliout .men could ijc enrolled and trained ullbln the next four monthB." Slr'Sun that volunLarr enlist- ment after Having accomplished .won- dera bad failed'and compufB.on was necMsaiT' Even before the war gen- tlemen hljh la the Journaltfltfc world 'lacked vision" he OFFICE STATIONERY A few jail al good As new, two col- ribbon, tabulator and back spacer. Piicfe One Under- wood Typewriter In good condition, One ftoyal Typewriter "in good CHECK WRITER. We are agents for the Writer. We- cirry Model O In sloclt. Price J35.50. IF IT 18 FOR THE WILL HAVE IT Everall Franks Slnnott Block, Corntr 4ttv. Ave. and 9th SI, BAPTIST RESOLUTIONS. Saskatoon, Saak., June Ihp Baptist convention Jodny resolutions irere pasEcd urging ih.c, Dominion gDTcrnmenL lo give each reUirnetl sol- dier 1GO acres of land adjacent 16 k. illroad, also a loan o[ J2.QO.O-.toVlfe ppiled to working (he land; favonnB conscription, In favor on war urging the federal crnmcnt 10 laws nrplilbUIng the manufacture, and sale of Ihiuor Ib the dominion. PRESS ASSOCIATION -V, Toronto, June, dlfTertnt sections of the Canadlart'Treaa lore been holding yesterday anil today. wcro proposed loflay in (he three fieC-j (Llona Interested I trait Ing nnd wccldles and ruling obtj I Irado and class ma gamine's of whlclii there are at prfiBcnt 43 In the associa-1 lion. This question corned up tor vole at the mcelln; The dally newspaper ecc'llon liaa Irt- Tltcd Itio weekly eectloii .in, appoint two additional representatives lo Trail upon NIC government In Hie maUor of further negolialloni regarding Ihc price ol newsprint. Superior Supply Co. S, 13th Strtei, CUILoiNO'A RAILWAY SUPPLIES EQUIPMENT TUPHOPC ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS GANG PLOWS SULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTACH- BUOOIES MENTfi. DEMOCRATS rlUTO TRAILERS BINDER ENGINES A BLUE LINE CAR ANNOUNCEMfcNTS Don't forget (he auction sale of 2o heavy draft mare! arid gelding, at next Saturday, Junc-22rd, al 1 p.m. The SI. Mary's Women's Auxiliary arc holding on 104 crcnnt social o'n IhA grounds of Ihc Qrccn aablca, TCS 4th Ave. K., on Wednesday, June 20th at 3 p'elock. Tea, Ice Hone and music. The secretary of the Oolf Club has received a supply of gcire cardj, and 3ll who wish may procure (hem trrtra hla {or BOc.oer The One Sure'' Gift f. always It 1 biq box of our superior ben bont. or chocolalei. The daetn't live who wouldn't receive glidEy and there's nothing ovr candy to atfvanr.e frlendihlp. Take the hint and take next lime you call. Badly Crtiahed loadttig heavy articles at (he C. P. R, loading plallorm last evening (ieorge Whltford, colored, a drJrcr for the J. H. O'Reilly Transfer, was badly He was rushed lo the Ijospi- ttl.; tul'thla "tiftcrnoon II was still .doubtful'fvhelher he would recover. Crops Well Advanced -Piul Xadge, president and mai.agei ot Milk River Mutual Flro Insurance jCoyla In town and reports things looV lug _flne In (lie fou'.h. Crops ere wcl adrauced. The company ho reprc- 'sents has written over Insur- 'during the last 3 weeks. Procwdt of Bair Came Red Cross society acknowledges thc.receint.6f being the receipts ol the Old'Timers-Regulars ball ganu at1 Eifelprm park last nJght. Th sorry that a larger crowd oul but proiiilso a mon hilereitlng'gaTne in the future for tni the fundE. Tho local lean will play ati out-of-town aggregation on July 2nd at lha Red Cross carniva t is uniJerstaod the Taber team wll ,Rayni6nd Band Concert The pt Hie RaynioTid; brass ban to lite city on Sunday afternoon unde the leadership of Bandmaster Mitch eH Rreally appreciated by a larg crorrd wh'o flaacmhled on Gait Garden concert. JA program lasl fng Kimpst' tn-6 hours was rendered and the'band shows'the Improvcmcn of (lorialant iiraclice, until now it I ----'of the best Junior organizations I la hoped they will find a opportunity to pay the city a vis' inert ufteD daring1 the Better Water Conference Prtparations. for th'e better water cbnrirehce on Friday will atari in real earheat tomorrow, when'D. n..Dowllng pflni geological survey; arrive in the.cily to confer with President Mar- noch'of the Board of Trade. Mr. Dow- ling has been In charge of Ihe govern- ment "its td In Southern Alberta dur: Ing the past two yeara. He has also been! doing-a great deal of research, work In Alberta In connection with llio earch of oil. Ills presence aL the onvenlldn .Is .assurance that much nfonnatlon of a definite character will Dc'ma'de known. 'Mr. Slipper, who Is employed on the-same work with him ill also 6c in for the con- erence. V Death of Herbert A.' Smith Red DeeivAdvacate: Mrs. George Smith and family have sincere eym lathy In Ih6 sudden death' on'Friday aat of .the youngest BOD, llerterl Al en Smith, in his 21st year. Tic dc- ceaied had been Ihc only son at home, and, had not been well, for a month back.'nothlng serious was ex reeled when he was brought In lo the jospllal. The'nurse went out of the room to gel him'a drink, he rang the iell and Then got back, he had passed from aculo heart failure The family remaining arc: Mrs. John T. Walion; Lelbbridge; Bert Smith, Wlllowrlalo; Bruco Smith, Mrs. W. A F, J- Morrow, Hogulam; Washington; Waller at the front; anrl Miss Matgaret. at home. COUNSELS EHDORSATION "Is hfirge at tb'e" qivenlug this monihin T Ihc flnuual" sessions of Iho synod if Rupert's Land, Archbishop Mntli- '3on, pKmite o[ all Canada, made an ippeal for the endorEattoa ot Iho los- slallon proposed by the [ciloral ROV- irnoicnl with cnltsluicnts HUGE'RESPONSE ashlngiou; '.-Juuc over- whelming was th'c coiinlry's response to the Liberty Loan" that officials were unable at ncfih, todny 24 hours after liia closing of tho UookE, Lo give more ,han an or the huge to- BUY MILK IN U. S. SHIP TO GERMANY WasuL'iston, June quan- condensed or evaporntcd milk have been bought recently by German agents and ehlppctl to Germany throuEh neutral iwrts, Iho department or commerce was Informed today Ly tho war committee o[ the condensed milk industry.' Fearing delect ton It they purchased from manufacturers or Jobbers, the German agents have can- Tnsscd retail stores and paid rclall urlccs. Buying" operations hare; been re- porlcil In Illinois ami Oklahoma, and were made to Genoa, Italy, and Norwegian auU Danish porls. Plumbing, Gas, Steam and Hot Water Fitting ".'PRESSURE SYSTEMS FOR FARM HOMES Knapman Plumbing Heating Co. 7tO F1FT.K AVE. S. PHONE 1892 THEEMPIRE, Nenl to Orpheum MONTREAL OLASGoW Urie Twin Screw JjUimcw. Splendid AGcommoitiiion. Prepaid TIcKeti iMuid at Lowtrt Full Information from any R.B, oi 3.S. Agent, or LINE ,H. E. L'OMANr Afft. I Miln 9i, Man, Pfi, M 470 Qranvlllc, St., VHnMmr, CUT OUT NEWSPAPER CENSOR. SHIP. Viihfnilon, Tho confer- ence 'report On the administration espfonage bill, with Its export emhar. provlalon and drastic. additions lo ting laird against spying, but ahorn ot the newspaper ceosorahlp Feature was paiscd by the bmie loday 85 lo 22. PUBLIC FUNERAl FOR': VICTIMS "OF BARBAHIAN8 .London, June the stories told In the coroncr'n court, at tho In quesls In the casea of victims In Wed neKfoy> air raid some. Iden may hi gained of the manner In which thi dcrmin raiders left death anil dca trucllon ID There were a of old men'and wo men who. o( fright. A story' of dcHlmctlon o{ a echoo with the Heath ot ccoro ot chlldre wa? told bf the tuchem. One horn dropucd on i bnlldlnir, nlercfng Ihroagh the roof and the two upper floors wlthonl rlAim Ing rlcllmj. It bnrst In t room on the groond floor, fir which .thirteen children hirdly more thin Jrifftnu, were killed. Some of these blown to pieces. Arrangement! are. being mailo for t funeral tor Ibo children whMe wjll bfl burled in one (rive. will be erected, Please Your PALATE Satisfy your thirst and give your palata a treat with one ot our delicloui nrfaa. Tho riftiL flavor, plchly ol Ice cream, expert, ratxing. Soda- Is aoda safe to 1 fous In erery partic- served to plcaso your raoof. CO. LETHBRIDGE DISPENSING CHEMISTS ALBERTA RIFLES and Ammunition at Call-and sec what we have to offer. You iyillnot be urged to buy. vM'c-are also showing some extra good Values iii and Consumers Hardware Lcthbridgc, Next Door to Hlglnbotham't Dru( Store ;