Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up 3 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor I I Doctor Denounces Booze In an address to the Men's Own on Sunday afternoon last, Dr. Gaibraith clearly described the effects ot liquor on tne human body, and discussed comparisons of men occupied in the showed that science has made many experiments with alcohol on life, and In each case It has proven detrimental. on LUO ,mumu .UUu., liquor in general. During the course A good audience of the Mens unn of his address, the doctor drew several was present We Can Show You PLANS; ESTIMATES AND COST Of any land of building. Come in .and sec us and let us-kuow what you desire in the Iniild- .ing line. ah.'-Hardwood Floorings, Door and Window Screens always in stock Feed Stable in Connection Free CITIZENS LUMBER CO., Phone 363. 134 16th Street North. ICE-CMAM Always the Same Pure, Rich, Wholesome, Delicious Qt. Bricks, 60c. Per Gal. Delivered to lour Home The Crystal Dairy, Phone 1576 Be sure and ask for B. C. Full Quarts, which contain 12 Ibs. More Fruit to the Case than the pint baskets being sold on the market. See what you save. H. A. McKILLOP Phone 1113 Phone 416 Strawberries, Bing Cherries, Gooseberries, Soar Cherries Four lines you should preserve now if yon do not. want; to miss (hem We have shipments daily direct .from tho growers in Washing- ton, Idaho and British Columbia. Lowest market prices guaranteed. Do not delay. Order today. Office: Pho.el271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phrae 525 Plants, Vegetables Flnricfa lulU Frache Bros. WEATHER Letlibridge, clear "4 4-1 Red Deer, cloudy 72 45 Calgary, clear -12 Maclcod, clear 79 13 iledicine Hat, clear 80 48 Winnipeg, rain 70 56 Edinontoc, clpudy fS Regiria.- cloud v 75 46 The weather over the 'prairie prov- inces has been warmer with scatter- ed showers. FORECAST All Unsettled with local -showers, but partly fair, not" in temperature. CITY AND DISTKICT Last Night of Howe's Travels The management of the Majestic Theatre wish to dra-ft- attention to the fact that the Howe's Travel Festival will make its last appearance at tlie Majestic tonight.' TheSkeeters Serenade does not have a very quieting effect on tired nerves nor on the temper. Mosquitoes are not only a source of annoyance, but a cer- tain species are carriers of dis- ease germs. Don't take chances. Nyal's Mosquito Lotion will cause .them to move on. Apply ..Nyal's Mosquito Lotion 10 face and hands and you will get a lot more pleasure from your outing. The Red Cross Drug Book Limited On Coast Duty Andrews, .formerly .ot the city assessor's office, "who enlisted irith the British forces in England at the beginning of the war, is. not ed, as was at one time reported. He is on coait d.uty. on the east coast of England. He has not yet been to the front. To Supply "at Tiber Rev. T. W. Mahaffy, pastor of Knox Presbyterian church, Taber, who baa been spending this month in Ontario, has decided to remain in the east for some time. During June, the pulpit at Tabee bas been occupied by. Mr. Wilfred C. Marsh' of Lethbridge. At a meeting of the session and managers on Sunday- evening rtfii -wits invited .'to continue to sup- ply during J-uly and August. Young Piapia's Rally The Young Peoples Union Rally on uunuiiy wviuiitR" at Adams Park romises to be an interesting affair. Mr. -Marsh, president of the Union, will preside and addresses on personal work will be giTsn-by Rev. A. H. uea- oon and Mr. Tbaell.: .E. R. J. Forres- ter will give an. address on the merits and value of prohibition. Arrange- ments have been made for musical items, and it is expected that a large number of young and old will turn. out. It should be noted that in. the event ol rain, the rally will be .held .in. St. An- drew's church, adjacent to .the perk- Rain or fine there should be a good rally. MARKETS WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, June and closing prices grain exchanges today were: Open Close Julv I.3U l.Zii Oct" 1-00 1-OH Dec.......................... 1-02J Julr 53! 53j 4lf Julv 1-511 1-511 Oct. 1-551 1.56J WINNIPEG CASH FRIGES Wheat- No. l-'Nor................... Xo.' 2 Nor.................. No. 4 No. Oats- No. 2 C. W............... No. 3 C. W................. Extra No. 1 Feed No. 1 Med Flax- No. '1 W. C........... No. 2 C. W............... CHICAGO Jt-lv 1.01} Sept........................... 99i Dec................... 1.04 MINNEAPOLIS July 1.16 Sept........................... 1.00} Dec..............'...... l.Oli 1.20J 1.15 '1.074 SOJ 1.51 T.48 1.01J 1.05 1.03J Save your potatoes now reen pejrjjkmnd 3 Special price lor large amounts. The Store A Box Social AND DANCE Will Be Held At The HYSSOF SCHOOL ON 25th Proceeds to go to Piano Fund. A Good Time and; Good Music. Everybody Welcome. THE BULLETIN BOARD for' Column should reach Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication Shelunah Chapter, No. 158, R.A.M., will meet in regular convocation to- night at 8.00. General business will be transacted. CITY AND DISTKICT U.F.A. Executive Favors Prohibition The executive of the United Farm- ers of Alberta at a meeting in Calgary last week, went oil record in favor of prohibition. Apply for Licenses The License Commissioners ivill meet here on Thursday, July 15. Porter is applying for a for the Arlington Hotel and Louis Pabst for the Castle Hotel. A Real Entertainment To be transported from a world of worries to a world of dreams, to live for an hour with the -beauty of nature spread before you is 'something ot what Howe's Travel Festival, now at the Majestic theatre, accomplishes for the tired business man, and any of the others "who happen to be wise en- ough to attend thjs novel entertain- ment. Novel in every ivjiy it is. Not only do the wonderful pictures shown include scenes of the world's beauty spots, bat also very much that is nov- and amusing. There is comedy as well as instruction. The pictures will be shown only tonight again. See them before they go. Magistrate Upheld The case of Cherlenko vs. McDon- neiLwas settled at the District Court yesterday. was given to the 'plaintiff for and costs, the latter not to exceed 475, including dis- bursementa. The case has been fol- lowed with considerable interest, hav- ing been appealed from the police court. Cherlenko claimed that Mc- Donnell, who is manager of the Dal- las Hotel, assaulted him without pro- vocation. McDonnell claimed that he had sufficient provocation, but inas- much aa he had taken the law into his own hande, the court upheld the decision of Police Magistrate Elton and levied a nominal fine. Replies to Lecturer Last Sunday evening, in an ad- dress lasting over two hours, Rev. W. G. Asher replied to the arguments of Hon. J. F. Rutherford, given in a lee-' ture in the Majestic Theatre last Wednesday evening. The seating cap- acltl of the Christian was taxed to the utmost, quite a number standing up throughout the entire ser vice, while a keen interest was main- tained throughout. The absurdity of identifying personality -with the body was shown by the fact that in the resurrection, the body raised was riot the body b.uried. Flesh and blood cannot inherit the Kingdom of God. The powers of the subjective mind, aa recognized by the latest investiga- tors of psychological phenomena, were identified with the powers of the soul. At the.c'iose of the service a few questions were asked that were ans- wered to the satisfaction ot most ot those present. Constipation causes mental and physical suffering. Rexall Orderlies. gentle pr relieve constipation. Sold only by J. D- Hig- inbothani Co, Limited. The Rexsll Store, Iffc, 2ac and 50c boxes. Adver- -tisement. BUSINESS LOCALS There will be an auction sale of Furniture on Friday next at 2.30 at 230 16th St. N., See adv. on another page. Gus Neidig, Auctioneer. F. J. VInnicomBe, 'piano tuner for Heintiman Company, Ltd., will be In' Lethbridge all this week. Those wishing their p'ianos timed, kindly leave orders at Alexandra Hotel. 162-3 94 LOCAL MARKETS Track prices: No. 1 Northern........... No. 2 Northern........... No. 3 Northern 89 Wagon load lots: No. 1 Northern.......... 93 No. 2 Northern 90 ,No. 3 Northern.......... 85. A. H. W. prices the same. LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hogs, S7.85; Winnipeg: Hogs, cattle. 18.50. Chicago: Hogsp AUCTION SALE Of Household Furniture On Friday, June 25th Commencing at 2.30 at No. 23016th St. North 1 Solid Oak Sideiboa'rd, bevelled plate mirror; 1. Solid Oak 'Round Extension TaWe; I fcSolId Oak Square Extension Table; 1 Brass Bedstead, springs and mattress; 1 Iron lirasa stead, springs and mattress; 1 Iron Bedstead, springs and mat- tress; 2 Single Bedsteads, springs and mattresses; 1 Square Top Writing DeslCTl Cot'and Mattress; 1 Book Case; 1 Kitchen Table; Mctlary's .Cook Range; 1 large Upholstered Chair; 1 Morris Re- clining Chair; number of Chairs; z Centre Tables; 2 Dressers; i Wash Stand; 2 Toilet Sets; one Set of Encyclopedia Britinnka. 26 volumes; Galvanized. Iron TiAs; and other articles too numerous to mention; TBRM8 NIIBIO, NO RESERVE GALLANT CANADIAN KILLED IN ACTION Baking Day Steadies Calgary, tain Eric W. Buckler, Calgary, well known rancher and real estate man. has.lieeu kil'led in action. He was mentioned yes- terday by General French for distinguished gallantry in the field. Supt Walker at Calgary Supt. Walker of the C.P.R. is in Calgary today, attending a meeting' of he superintendents of all Alberta di- visions. COL. MENTIONED FOR GALLANT SERVICE Calgary, Alta.. June Boy'ie, who died bravely leading hi regiment into the jaws of death in a V8uccesnful charge on a German-Iu fested wood, and Captain Arthur, former 103rd officer, since wounded have been recommended by Genera Sir John French for "gallant and, dls tiuguished service in the field." Strawberry Bulletin This is to notify the Housewife that Niagara Peninsula Crown Strawberries are ready now. Set your grocer for your "WILLIAMS" IS THE BEST FOR CANNING. Place orders immed- iately, with your Grocer. Paste This in Your Hat Here is what Kansas thinks ol the Dad- dy ol the Alberta Liquor Act alter 30 years trial: -i 1. At the recent election lor Governor in Kansas, the intelligent voters of the state piled a majority of votes on the i of the candidate, Mr. Billard. 2. At the last session of the Kansas Legislature both the Senate and the House of Bepreseiitatives passed the following re- solution, nofrby a majority vote but UNAN- IMOUSLY: .-i .''Resolved, that the. State of Kansas Is cleaner; more advanced in mental culture, and stronger in moral fiber and conviction; that her homes are hap. i pier and more comfortable, her children better educated than ever before in her history; that crime is pre- .vajent and poverty less general; and that all tnis is niii largely to the fact that the saloon is such an outlaw that nqne of her school children have ever seen a saloon, arid-are unacquainted with the appearance of a saloon- keeper; and be It further Resolved, that we, as representatives of the peo- pie of Kansas hereby declare our allegiance to the cause of temperance, sobriety and right living, as exemplified by the ultimate result of constitutional Prohibition, its enforcement in our midst, and that we are opposed to any return to the domination of intoxicating liquors; and that no proposition looking to a re-submission of the Prohibition, amendment, and that no law which _lws for its re-establishment of places for the sale of liquor anywhere in Kansas, will be given serious consideration, either by, the legislature or by any of its committees." i Electors of Alberta, vote "YES" for the Liquor Act', the Prohibition measure! on July 21st, and five years hence you will be as flrmly wed to the Son as Kansas is to the Daddy. AUCTION SALE Saturday Afternoon Next at 2 prompt at No. 1221 7th Avenue South FRANK WADDINGTON is favored with Instructions from the owner (Mrs. Orady) to by Public Auction and Without Reserve a quantity of very Superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Oak Dining Suite, including-Buffet, Dining Tdblo and Chairs-, Mission Oak Library Ta-lile; Mission Oak Chair; Mission Oak Kockers; 6 Occasional 'TaWcs; Mission Dale Screens; Solid Brass Bed .with Coll Sprirtss and Mattress; Carpet Squares; splendid Drop Head Sewing Machine In excellent order; Oak Dressers'and Stands; White Enamel Bed, Spring and Mat- tress; 4 hole Cook Stove in good condition; a quantity of useful Kitchen Dishes, etc. AUCTIONEER'S Stlfford" Blued.