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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel in Xlberti Strawberries, Bing Cherries, Gooseberries, Sour Cherries Four lines you iliouiil preserve mnv it'you do not want to rniss them. We have shipments daily 'direct from the growers in Washing- ton, Idaho and''British Columbia. Lowest market prices guaranteed. not delay. Order today. offic.: THE GOOD CO. HIGH.CLASS GROCER1ES 525 I C E Delivered Daily to all parts of the city We guarantee to satisfy you regarding your ice supply. HATES 10 Ibs. per month 20 Ibs. daily...-J2.50 per month 30 Ibs. per month Western Transfer Co. Limited. PHONE 1153. CALGARY CHIEF PRESIDENT .Toronto, Ont., June Cuddy, chief of police of Calgary, Altai, was "today elected by acclamation pres'i- -deut -of the Chief .-Constables' -asso- ciation of Canada. MARKETS THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Flnnictc Flowers' IIUIIulu Plants, Vegetables Frache Bros. WEATHEK Lethbridge. fair Edmonton, clear Calgary, clear Medicine Hat. clear Red Deer, clear Saskatoon, clear Regina, cloudy.. Moose Jaw, rain.. Broadview, clear Dauphin, clear Winnipeg, fair Port Arthur, clear. Kelson.. Winnipeg, June 2-1. Opening and J Grand Forks..... closing prices on the grain exchanges Kamloops, clear today were July Oct.......... DEC.......... Oats- .luly Klai- Julv Oct" lias. 76 74 7S SI 73 71 73 74 71 64 SB SS 74 SS So SB' Min. 47 42 -16 54 45 15 -It' 46 50 40 47 50 45 46 I Penticton Open Clone j The weather over the prairie prov- 1.25 has been mostly clear, with a 1.03} 1.811 few scattered showers. i 1.62{ 1.01J Forecast I All and moderately 5H Warm today and on Friday. 44 W The Skeeters Serenade i very quieting nerves nor on does not have effect on tired the temper. .Mosquitoes are not only a source of.auuoyanuti, but a cer- tain species are carriers of dis- ease germs. Don't take chances. Nyal's Mosquito Lotion will cause rtiem to move on. Apply Nyal's Mosquito' Lotion to t'sce and hands and you will get a lot more pleasure from your outing. The Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited Phone S55 Third Aye. 1.51 1.57 1.501 1.55-} WINNIPEG- CASH PRICES Called Home W. reached the city from England this morning, having been summoned home on account of the serious ttlness of his father. Trusses have the largest TRUSS VSTOCK in Southern Alberta. Fifteen different styles to choose from.' Prices from to Eit Guaranteed at Frank Hedley Drug Co. DRUGS AND STATIONERY. Lethbridge Alberts. No. I Nor Xo. 2 Nor. Oats- No. 2 Eictra N'O. 1 Feed No. 1 Peed No. 3 Feed.................. Flai- 1 ff. C. Ko. W................., CHIOAOO Wheat- July Sept. 1.37-1 53} 52 52 51 50 1.50 1.47 1.04} 1.02} 1.0-31 LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: .Hoga. cattle. ?7.QO. Winnipeg: Hogs. 18.00: cattle, Chicago: Hogs, J7.55-57.70; cattle, LOCAL MARKETS No. 1 Xortnsrii: Track, wagon lots, 97 Masons at Champion About 25 local of tne Ma. sonic" Order :went to "Champion this afternoon to attend a meeting of the 'odge at that point. The Grand Master and other Grand Lodge offi- cials will be in attendance. Apportion Insurance The apportionment of city fire in- surance is .to .be 'made next week. Only those agents will be considered have paid their provincial li- cense, and nave notified City Clerk Stevens that they have done so be- 'ore 'June ONE SPOONFUL GIVES ASTONISHING RESULTS Lethibridge residents are-astonished at the-QUICK results from the simple mixture of buckthorn 'bark, glycerine, in appendicitii. ONE SPOONFUL of Adfer-1-ka relieve! ilmost ANY CASE of consttpation, sour or gaisy stom- Mb. alter you take it, CITY ANI> DISTRICT C.O.F. Meeting The regular meeting of the Canad- ian Order of FoYesters tyill be.held in the K. of P. hall tonight at S p.m. Calgary Exhibition The closing date, of the Calgary Ex- hibilion is J.uly 6, and not July.5. as Tvas stated in an advertisement in the Herald recently. Locates in .Chicago R. B. ChadT.-ick, who has retired from the position of superintendent of Neglected Children ia Alberta, lucHie in Chicago. H. B. Picnic The Hudson's Bay Co. 'employees held a nicrifc at Henderson Lake yes- terday, at which there "were about 40 in attendance, spending a pleasant time. Proceeds from Tea Rooms The Alexander Gait Chapter of the Daughters of the Empire will take entire charge of the tea rooms of the Hudson's Bay: Co. every Friday af-: ternoon, commencing Friday, July 2. The proceeds will go to the Daughters j of the Empire Fund. i Acknowledges Red Cross Gift Hugh Donnan, secretary of ths j Lethbridge Red Cross society, is in-! receipt of acknowledgment from the head office of the Alberta branch of the Canadian Pa trioticv society at Cal- garl, for the donation of sent 'rom here recently. The Mosquito's Dread "Skeeter Drives away Mos qnitoeSj :.Ciijats, Black Piifi.ies.'.etc. Insects not like It Harmless to" the individual, FOR SALE ONLY BY J.D.HiginbothamSCo. itl The MtaXt Store Russian Worsted. A mix-up which occurred at Staf- ford village la'st Saturday night was aired before ..Superintendent -Penne-1 'ather at the Police Barracks yester-1 day afternoon, 'with the result, that j Nictor Basciuske-and Nezul Cosimfc, t Anstrians, were fined and.costs j each for assaulting Sam Corptlneo, a] ett, known as AdleM-ka. This rem- j Russian. It appears that a dance was on BOTH -upper and lower in progress., and all the men..were i and is so THOROUGH a-bowel'more or less intoxicated. Corpelneoj cleanser that successfully had been participating in several min- or engagements; during the evening, and when he came in contact'with the Austrian? was at a disadvantage, with the result that he came off third best. George Rice was councel for the Austriana. gasses rumble aod.paes out. HfEihbbtham Limited. Always (he Sarhe Pure, Rich, Wholesome, Delicious Qt. Bricks, 60c. Per Gal Delivered to Your Home The Crystal Dairy, Phone 1576 A Appeal The Herald learns that a direct ap- peal for support to the Patriotic Fund, the Red-Cross Fund.and-the Belgian Relief F.und ivill shortly made throughout 'southern Alberta, and that this district will not be ov- erlooked. .While the response of the public in the past has been decidedly generous, is very great in- deed ,and must-increase as the war continues. We "understand that the committee in charge will co-operate with the United" Farmers of Alberta and other organizations, meet- Ings will he held at the principal cen- tres, where the" purpose of the funds and the methods of their distribution will: be discussed in detail. While cash subscriptions are highly desir- able, It is likely that an opportunity will be given to farmers. to make donations in grain to be delivered af- ter the harvest ;Tbis will enable our agricultural population, 'whose pat- riotism and second to that of no other class, to have a'ahare In this good work, which might be'dif- ficult for them at. the present time if cash donations .only were accepted. Fuller announcement will he made at an early date. BUSINESS LOCALS P. J. Vinnicombe, piano tuner for Heintzman Company, Ud., wiii be in Lethbridge all this week. Those wishing their pianos- kindly leave orders at Altiandrm 142-3 A Box Social AND pANCE Will Be Held At The HYSSOP SCHOOL, .ON June 25th Proceeds to go to Piano Fund. A Good Time and Good Music. Everybody .Welcome. ITALIANS' INVASION CHECKED London, June are continuing with varying de- grees of Intensity along the whole Italian front. An official commu- ication from Rome states that the Austrian attacks at several points were repulsed. The report men- tions no further advances by the Italians, except for one small gain, and apparently the invasion of Austria has been checked by reinforcements brought in from the Galictan front. Rexall Orderlies are a specific for the bowel troubles of ageing "peop'e Sold only by J D Higinfbotliam Co Limited, The Rexall Store lOc 2oc and-.50c SEE-10 SPAIN Koine, via Chiasso to Paris, June is asserted that the question of-the Pope accepting the invitation of the Spanish bishops to transfer the Holy See Spain is causing an- imated discussion at the Vatican. It is recalled that after the, troubles in Home in July, ,1881, during the transfer of the body .of Pope Pius .IX. from St. Peters to its last rest- ing place and when {lie coflin was al- mdst thrown into the Tiber river, -Pope Leo appointed a commission oi Cardinals to study the situation of the papacy. Some oi the cardinals favored the transfer of the papacy elsewhere but the majority agreed that -the trans- fer, should take place only if the safety oi the Pope were threatened or. he was hindered in the exercise of spiritual 'riimisinitions. ;The commission agreed, however, that the Pope should be left free to decide when it was necessary to take such steps, at this time Emperor Francis Joseph offered the Pope his castle at Salzherg. Modern Woodmen Organize Lodge A strong local camp of the Modern Woodman of America was organized in Lethbridge last night in the Odd- fellows-hall, and the following were elected officers for the year, 1915: Venerable Consul, W. S. Bali; Ad- visor.'D.'.J Hay; banker, Thos. clerk, Wm. H. 'Moore; escort, R. H. Reed; watchman, N. Dowsett; sentry. W. R. Scott; physicians, Drs. :Laf- ferty and Roy; trustees, George De- lany, Dr. Lafferty and S. S, Dunham, past C. L. Griffiths. The work was done by Provincial Deputy Ogden C. Johnson of Calgary, and a good start was made aria" much enthusiasm evidenced. A charter list of some fifty members, together with number of prominent citizens of Lethbridge, who are members of the organization, and will transfer to the new camp, promises a great future for this organization. The Modern Woodmen America have sixty-five camps in Alberta, and have, upwards of one million members carrying insurance. The next meeting of the camp will be Wednesday, in the Odd- fellows, hall. AUCTION SALE Of Household Furniture On Friday, June 25tK Commencing at 2.30 at No. 230 Ifitli St. North 1 Solid Oak Sideiboanl, bevelled plate mirror; 1 Solid Oak Round Extension Table; Solid Oak Srraarc Extensioh Table; 1 Brass' Bedstead, springs and mattress; i Iron Brass Mounted Bed- stead, springs and mattressj 1 Iron Bedstead, springs and mat- tress; 2 Single Bedsteads, springs and.mattresses; rSquare Top Writing Desk; 1 Cot and Mattress; I Book Case; 1 Kitchen Table; 'McCIary's Cook 'Range; 1 large Upholstered Chair; 1 Morris Re- clining Chair; number of Chiirs; 2 Centre Tables; 2 Dressers; 1 Wsish Toilet Sets; one Siet of Encyclopedia Britannlca, K volumes; UteniiUv, Galvanized Iron Tubs; Pails, and other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS NIIDIO, AUCTIONEER------NO. RESERVE Baking Day Steadies j l.WE-HAVE THEM AND SEE THEM. f McKENZIE CO. PHONE 637. I 718 3rd AVENUE SOUTH. Supina Mercantile Co. PHONE 1567 Week-End Grocery Bargains 20 pound Sack of S. and one large tin of Tomatoes for..q Sugar, with: every; "dollar order for.. Creamery Butter Per pound......... Choice' Dairy .Butter, guaranteed. 2 pounds' St. Charles Milk Per tin ..____... Lemons .2 dozen for Kellog'i Corn Flakes 5 packets for Jelly" Powders Krlnkle- Corn Flakes 3 for Jeflo S packets for 1.65 1.50 3Gc aranteed 45c lOc 45c 45c 25c 25c 25c 25c Rolled Oats in S pound Bags; each .........tUfcr -24 pound sack of Fjour iind one tin of Peas or f4 Corn for.........9 I .UU, Lux 3 packets for Star Ammonia Powder 2 packets for Washing Powder and Royal Crown Soap; 2 packets for Sunlight and Lifebuoy Soap; 11 bars for Corn Starch a packets for Loose Tea, guaranteed equal to any 50c Tea; Per pound WVw Or 3 pounds fifi for ImVV, 45c 50c 25c We Deliver to All Parts of the City and All Goods Guaranteed. 127 lotli STKEET NORTH. AUCTION SALE _ Saturday Afternoon Next Jime-26tli at 2 o'clock prompt at No. 12217th Avenue South FRANK WADDINGTON is favored with instructions from the owner (Mrs. Qrady) to sell by Public Auction and Without Reserve a quantity, of.very Superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE including Oak Dining Suite, including Buffet, Dining Table and Chairs; Mission Oak Library Taiile; Mission Oak Morris Chair, M-ssion Oak Rockers; IJ Occasional Tables, Mission OaK Screens; Solid Brass Bed with Colt Springs and 'Mattress, Cajjiet. Squares, splendid Drop Head Sewing Machine in excellent order; Oak Dressers and Stands; White Enamel Bed, Spring and Mat- tress; Solid Mission Oak Btd complete with Springs and Felt Mat- tress, hole Cook Stove in good condition, a quantity of useful Kitchen Articles, Dishes, etc. TERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S SUfferd Block. ;