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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta 'New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up J LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD f Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel in ftlberti BAILIFFS IN THE MATTER OF SEIZURE k UNOBR CHATTEL MORTQAGE William Porter, Mortgagee AM3 Arthur Lessard aod John W. Morrison. Mortgagors BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT TWO O'CLOCK IN THE AFTER- NOON ON the 26th day of June, ICE Delivered Daily to all parts oi the city We guarantee to satisfy you regarding Vour lot RATES 10 Ibs. per month JO III. daily.... per month JO Ibs. month Western Transfer Co. Limited. PHONE 1163. An Extra Special on Preserving Cherries EXTRA-LARGE FINE SING CHERRIES. 20-pouNDSNET WEIGHT TO THE CASE- ,HM- .-.-.so lKHUltl 20C soon be ever. THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Frache Bros. CITY AND DISTRICT Official Auditor YV. A. Cruikshanks of Foremost has been appointed an official auditor. Week-End Visitor Martin Woolf, JI.P.P. Tor Cardston, was visitor to the city over the week-end. Arlington Hotel, First Ave. and Fourth Street. Lethbridge South THE FOLLOWING: M Room including Be4 Drasssr. Washitani Set, alms and Blinds, Dishes, t c- Room; Kitch en THfflHda; Bar Complete, including ftttuMS and Stock, of LJijoors; Pool Tabtoe. Pool Bails, Cnas, Racks, etc. Bafliar -Shop, including Cfiairs ud One Team ana'Baa. e list may .be hid from fttf .Bailiff at his-ofice in the Block, City. EXTEND TELEPHONES TO ST. K1LDA The Arterta-government win extend the >rovincial tele- phone iyatem tils year to the country east of Cautts, far as St- Kilda; in twwnsilio 12. F. S. 'LsHinffWslI, JI.P.P. for the district, is responsible for the undertaking; paiai at AHMtia, this JUM, MIS TERMS CASH Mo. If Sheriff, By ft J. SIMONS. His Bailiff LIVESTOCK PRICES SATURDAY (Uigur cattle, 57.00 TWnnipeat Seta, Jf38, catlte, fS 50 Chicago: Hop, J7.39-I7.S5; cattle. BUGLER BOY PRAYED: MAN DIED HAPPIER bave reached oc the courage-and.aympathy dis- played during the fhthting at Lange- marck by Bugler'Ginbj- of Ottawa. Private James Wilson, vrriting to his parents about -'Ginby, says: "A young Bugler Glnoy, the trench where one of our fellows who aad had half-his face Mown away, was 'dying. The bor aaked the Cap- tain if he could: da anything to help him but he said. 'No, let him lie there' The brave little fellow asked the CapUm if he had any mprphja tablets, and the Captain him one for the dyJns soWisr. who soon went into unconsciousness Knowing that tie soldier going to dla the lad to say the Lords Prayer It sounded verj solemn in our trencii, with all the lello'ss clustered about. Before hs died the man opened his eyes and told us aft he felt he could die happier now that tha bugler boy had prayed for hun." Yourself on Hall Insurance But Best Companies Bepresented. ALSO LIVE STOCK hNSURANCE; He Ledtbridge-Weyburn Realty Ltd. 1st AVE. SOUTH UETHBRlDOE >4 AUCTION SALE WAGONS, Etc. 427 5th STREET (K OF P HALL 8TORE) NEXT TO THE PUBLIC'MARKET, ON Tomorrow, Tuesday AT 2.JO 8HARP, CONSISTING OF THE FOLLOWING: Chain; Diners: Cupboards; Writing Desks; Cook Ranges; Gas atom; Single and Double Beds, Springs and Mattresses, CarMta Diahes, Carpenter Tools, Cooking Utensils, Ropes, Ladders; Sealers; everything m the household line One'Heavy Wagon, ono Democrat Waion, one Wag- Mi- ou Saigy; one Baj OeWIng 4 sears old one Bay Gelding 6 ynn oM; one large Work Horse, one small Dclhery Horse will be told on lot next to atort. NO MMCJIVE MUST BE SOLO TERMS CASH GUS Appointed J.P.'s Edward Brown of Taber and Fiiilay McDonald of Coalhiirst have been ap- pointed justices of the peace. Help Makes Rifles J. W. Reid, brother of Commission- er Arthur Reid, who has resided in Lethbridge for some years, left Sat- urday for Quebec, -n-hero he has ac- cepted a positioa in. the Ross Rifle 'actories. Stock Inspectors Arthur Sheer of Macieod. A. A. Towns of Coronation, R. S. Seattle of Bow Island and Clifford H. Clarke of Brocket. W. A. Carniichael of Cham- pion, J. E. Moffatt of Claresholm, Jlareuce W. Lowther of Lethbrijde and R. I. Bold of Grassy Lake have been appointed stock inspectors. Horse Thief Sent Rick' A horse by the name of Cas- per was arrested in the Coutts dis- trict last week by the Mounted' Po- lice and sent back to the States, Tvhence'he escaped.' He is wanted in Pentyville, Mont., and waiving ex- tradition-was .taken hack there hy, Sheriff Dugan of Pentyville. A Presentation' Peter MacFarlane, who has been engaged for the last two years at the Ellison mills, arid who resigned his position last "week to join the 13th C M.R., was presented on Saturday night with a- gold watch fob by his fellow members of the staff. A. suit- able address was made with the pre- sentation. Mr. 'MacFarlane left this morning for Calgary. Sons of England Notice 411 members of the above lodge are requested.to meet at T. S.. Fetterly's undertaking nariors, on Tuesday, June 22, at 1.45 p.m., for the purpose at- tending the funeral ot the late Percy I Crompton, an Englishman, who dieu, in the city -without .relatives friends. Cranbrook Cuts Salaries j I Cranbrook will reduce its teachers j I salaries, commencing nest term as j follows: Principal of High school from S175 to !U5; -principal of manual training from S140 to principal ot central school, from ?135 to assistant principal of central school., from }110: to ?100; principal of south ward school to remain at 182 50 and that a reduction a month be made from the salaries of other teachers. .The saving will be per month. City Band it a meeting held Sunday afternoon at which all of the old city 'band mem- bers were present., a complete reor- ganization took place, and the new is again in position in supply music, for during and for any other occasion where their services wpuld.be needed. The suits and insrtumehts from the city, were re-issued, a new executive was elected and a director chcsen for the coining summer. They expect to be able to'play their first.concert in the course of a.week or so. Any old.mem- bers who have not joined, and any other musicians of the city, -who are bandsmen are .lilted place their application in the hands of S W Chappel, and they will 'be glven'an in- strument, if one is available. The fol- lowinc are the 'officers for the year: Prpsidcnt S Milner, ice pres, Joe Kosko; aecy-treas. N. F. Sunina, Ser- geant at Arras, R. Van Heck. Constipated wnmen flnd Reiall Oi deriiel a gentle, Sold onb hi 1 D Jltgirrnotham fe Co, The Rejcall Store, lO.c, 25c and oOc d vertisement. regj fe. Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone) 1386 Caraful and ttrvlea KODAK FILMS AND SUPPLIES Amateur Photographers will flnd our Kodak Department ex- ceptionally well stocked with everything they may require. The Red Crow Drug Co., Phon. 555 Save potatoes Paris Green FRESH 35c per pound 3 pounds Special price for large amounts. j.O.HpbotliamSCo.ltii. The Store 11.-A. '-MacKay, who enlisted with the first Canadian con- tlngent at Victoria, and a bro- (her of Miss .JiacKay of the teacMng staff of Central school, has been reported miss- ins- according to word receiv- ed by Miss 'Mackny today. Mr. MacKay was reported wound- ed some time ago and had suf- ficiently recovered to return to the firing line. ArmyOfficersMay Take Affidavits A matter of considerable interest to" those who have Volunteered for active service, is the provision made at the last session of the Alberta legislature, whereby the execution and .acknowledgement of documents, for use in the land titles and other regis- tration offices, as well as in court proceedings in the province, has been greatly facilitated. The" act provides that affidavits inar sworn before every person holding a commission as an officer in HlSiMajesty's military or naval forc- es, being on active service in Canada or abroad, who shall have the power to administer oaths' and take and receive affidavits, declarations and af- firmations without for use within the province. The, follow- ing is a copy of the section Chapter 2, Statutes oi act respecting commission- ers' to administer :caths, being chap- ter 11 of the statutes of 19J.3 (3od is hereby amended by add- ing thereto after section 5 thereof the following section Every person holding a commission as an officer in His Majesty's mili- tary or naval forces, being on active service in Canada or abroad, shall ex-oflicio be and every such person is hereby empowered to administer oaths' andVtake and receive affidavits, declarations and affirmations without the province in or concerning any cause, matter or thing depending or m any wise concerning any oi the proceedings in any court of law in the province whether such court ex- ists at the date oi the passing of this section or is hereafter .constitut- ed and every oath, affidavit, declar- ation or affirmation heretofore or hereafter taken or made as afore- said shall be as valid and effectual and shall be of the like force and ef- fect to all intents anil purposes as if such oath, affidavit, declaration or affirmation had been administered, taken, sworn, made or aflirmed before a commissioner fcr taking affidavits within the province r or. other'compe- tent authority of the like nature. Crystal Brand Creamery Butter The Best Fresh Butter on the Market. gold by All Grocers. Fresh Buttermilk Cooling, Delicious and Healthful Drink in Hot 5c; Gallon The Crystal Dairy Limited Cor. 13th Street 4 6th Ave. PHONE .1676 WEEK IN THE CITY In this Column, Will lie Published Every Monday Church Announce ments for the Coming Week. Notices for Thlt Column snould Reach thl'a office not later than 10 a.m. Monday. Announcement! of Enter, tainment. for which Admisiion li Charged will not, of. course, be accept- ed for thia'.column. i_______________ CITY AND DISTRICT Presented With Pipe R. Shirley, who left this morning for Sarcee Camp to join the 13th C. M.Tt, was the recipient of'a handsome briar pipe from the employees of the Hudsoa's 'Bay Co, THE BULLETIN BOARD for this Column fhould reach this .Office before 12 o'clock noon en the day cf. publication North Slar Lodge, No. A. "M., meeting of general purposes com- mittee in Masonic hall tonight at 8 o'clock. Are CommtHionerf George Stoddard of .Cardston and William Roberts ,of Woolford hive aeen appointed commissioners for taking affidavits Union Meeting A union prohibition meeting will be 'held in Westminster church on Wednesday night: The Miners' band will play in front of the church from 7 o'clock to 7.30, and from then till S o'clock the .union choir assisted by an orchestra, will render a song ser- vice. Addresses .will be given by A. G. Virtue and E. R. .7, Forrester. Death of Wm. Allen The death occurred in the city on Saturday of Allen, aged 27 years. The deceased was married and leaves a wife and baby to mourn his loss The funeral was held this afternoon from Fetterly's undertak- ing parlor to the public cemetery, Rev. Canon McliMlen officiating. Conaolidation of Alberta Acta The complete consolidation of the acts of Alberta and of the ordinances qf the northwest territories will be off the press early nest month. In addition, the .judicature ordinance is being leprinted and .brought up to date, with the rules of the court and 6rders-in-council giving Judicial dis- tricts. Accompanying each of the three volumes will be an entirely new and thorough index. The first pan of the Alberta statutes and nearly a] of the NWT ordinances are already in the printers' A. E. Popple solicitor in the department of the at torney general, has had the eonsoll datioti for several mouths and exMctB that the completed works will to the ol In July. At Knox r The regular prayer meeting of KnoK church will be herd in the school room at eight o'clock on Wednesday evening. The" choir will meet for .practice as usiial on Friday evening at 8. The pupils of Knox church Sunday school -will meet in ajrady in ..the church and parade to Wesley church to attend the Sunday school rally next Sunday. At St. Andrew's A meeting of the teachers .anil ol- ficers of the St. Andrew's Sunday school will be held in the Manse to- night at .eight The .Senior Christian bndeavor meets tomorrow -evening. Subject, 'Christ's Call to Young Women oi Toda) On Friday evening; the Junior Christian Enitenor -a'e heading a so cial in the church at. 7. o'clock. A toa will b'e given at the home of Mrs. Grant, Gth Avenue and 13th St. north, in. aid of the Ladies' Aid soci- etv of the church. At Wesley V special piajet service he icld in Yieslev Jlall on Wedne daj ev enmg at eight q clock This wi'l be an intercessory service on behalf of he war and the present prohibition cnupaiyi being earned on m the prounce V general busine s meeting of the VVeslev Ladies Aid mil be held on ednesdaj afternoon at 3 30 in the .hurch pallors On Ihuisda) afternoon the Wo men i Missionary Autiliarv meets with JiTS 0 Brandow lOUi street Both Auxiliary and Mission Circle re- ports from ihe delegates to the re- -ent convention it Ldmonton will he read Refreshments will he served Ou 1 ridav the usual choir practice will be held The primarv ind beginners classes of the Sunday school arc to be given i part} at the hoint- Of Airs T Kress '625- 8th from'3 to ilock. ________ At .Westminster The Epworth League of Westmir.s- ;cr church meets tonight at 7.30. The north side prohibition workers will meet in the church Tuesday ev- ng-' A. Union Temperance meeting will be held in Westminster Church Wednesday evening at 7.30. The Miners' band will be in attendance, and the meeting will he addressed by "Messrs. Virtue and Forrester. At St. Mary's The regular service Qf intercession will be held in St..-'Mary's church on Wednesday evening. The St Mary's Men's Society will meet in the Parish hall of the church Thursday evening at eight o'clock. At St. Cyprian's The senior Brotherhood of St. An- drew's meet ou Tuesday evening in the vestry at 8.30. A Bible class dis- cussion meeting will be held in the parish room of the church at eight 0 clock The service of intercession will be held at 8 o'clock, and a teachers' meeting at 8.30 on Wednesday. The .choir will meet for practice on Friday At Christian Church The young people oE the Christian church .will meet at eight o'clock lor Christian Fndealor meeting will be held on Thursday, evening at 8 o'clock. "At Lutheran Church The I.Idles Aid of the St. Paul 1 uthenn meets Tilth "Mrs Ahrcn, 912 8th street south on Wednesday-after- noon First Baptist Church. Pals meet tonight TUlh the pastor m the Mansions Mid week service on JVednesday ev- ening at o clock m the church. Young people s meeting and song service on Tilda) R J rrelearen was elected president of the Toronto Methodist conference. Can you guess what this sign means! It is for the best inter- ests of everyone. sasassss ;