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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta New Arlington Hotel European, SOc up LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Beit JI.ZS iday hotel ID llberta J II Delivered Daily to all parts of the city We So satisfy regarding your ice supply. RATES 10 dally.-.'. per month 20 Ibs. daily___S2-50 Per month JO Ibs. per month Western Transfer Co. Limited. PHONE 1163. We have the largest TRUSS STOCK in Southern Alberta. Fifteen different Mstyles to choose from. Pi-ices from to Fit-Guaranteed at Prank Hedley Drug Co. DRUGS AND" STATIONERY. Ltthbridge Aiberta. 1 OFFENSIVE London, June Daily Tele- graph Rotterdam correspondent, in a dispatch, says "Events of importance are develop- ing rapidly in the- northern section oi the line stretching from Boesinghe, northwest of Ypres, to the coast of Nieuport. "The Belgians began the offensive Saturday afternoon- with a vigorous artillery concentration on German trenches anil lines of communication. The rain of projectiles continued with- out a minute cessation throughout the'night. "At dawn Sunday King Albert's infantry, made a splendid assault oa i the German lines between' Dixmude i and Nieuport. The Germans were un- f prepared for sucli -a-spirited assault i The Belgians took pps- Vsessiou oi three, lines of trenches. "In one trench they. ;aised the coun- try's fiag amidst cheering that ran up and. .the ranks. (Moreover, they were able to hold the'new posi- lions and bring artillery" lip to points I farther east than" any yet reached since fast autumn's inundations plac- ed an impassable lake between the j opposing forces." .etnbridgc, cloudy 78 Mimontoli, iaii............... ?2 }cd Deer, clear............... .-algary, clear Macieo'd, cloudy Medicine Hat, fair vamiocps Jrooks, rain iattleiord, clear Saskatuou, fair Vinnipeg, clear Jort Arthur, cloudy 4 ATTEMPT AT ARMORY GETS LIFE TERM Winnipeg, Man., Julie isbortreed was this evening given a life sentence in the penitentiary-for the "killing of- Sirs. Anna Stark on .February 17 last.. Murder was the or- iginal charge, but the jury reduced this to manslaughter. CONCESSIONS ;M AY BE MADE TO STATES Berlin, via The. Hague. June lit is .believed that in her i reply'-to'the second American note, I will -make important concessions in the interests of those "principles of humanity" for -which President ilson j declared" 'America was contending. Returned to.- Hat R_; L. McDougall, who 'have been visiting in the city 'tor tie past two-days returned to the Hat .last night __________ Ont-.. June I' attempt1 to set fire to the Mea- ford armorv was discovered here by the caretaker.. A can i filled with rags saturated with coal oil and a fuse with the end burned off was found in the cellar window- along with some sticks of kindling wood Apparently- the fire failed to get a- prooer start, as om> tie end of the fuse -was burned MARKETS Fresh Red Raspberries From Washington a large shipment or these for tomorrow as well us a large Bhlpinpnt of Strawberries nnil noose-berries. Now is Use tlnw to sst Strawberries ami Gooseberries for wreservlus. not ilolay. Order today not-'he disappointed. FKtori WASHINGTON RED lowest market price. FRESH ami B. O.'g ut-lowest market price. BING Hue large Per pound 2uc Per 'JO .pound- rase really tine, extra large size: large baskets, eacli..........15c Per crate of C4 baskets COTTAGE fresh lot In 2 pounds for...........................3Sc FINEST CREAMERY fresh made, per-pound.......................30c Al. DAIRY pound ...........25c NtW LAID dozen for .............15c FRESH kindll for tomorrovv at lowest market prices. NEW CABBAGE, TURNIPS, BEETS, CARROTS. HOT HOUSE CUCUMBERS, TOMATOES etc. A shipment of Royal Ann'Cherries from B. C. just in. Crates weigh 20 pounds gross. Special per crate THE GOOD CO. Store: Phene 525 Phonel271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 53 .21 54 .07 70 50 82 43 Si 5fi 71 46 .04. SO 50 SO 54. 77 57 73 50 .06 6S 48 87 56 The weather over the prairie prov- nces has been mostly cloudy with ains in Manitoba and parts of Sas- j :atchewan. FORECAST All vith occasional local showers or hunderstorms. BIRTHS AX June 21st. to Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Van Home. 70S 5th Ave. South, a daugnter. and Mrs. G. .L. Pollard, a daughter. Lest You Forget Chocolate Special "Lethbridge made" and "St. Clair" Chocolates at 35c per pound. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Phene 555 Third Ave. 9. Aid Montenegran Reservists Here Calgary, June Instructions have been received by Colonel E. A. Cruibshaiit, Military District to ttie effect that the Dominion? government-has undertaken, on hebalf of the Montenegrin govern- ment, the transportation and subsis- iierirs of .the Montenegrin reservists in Canada, .and.-the. United States. The representatives of their government, in the "United Slates will, send them forward to-the various divisional and district headquarters. Arrangements will be made to have these reservists forwarded to Mont- real, if by Grand Trunk railway, aud; Something Different Something Better ELLISON'S SPECIALS' CRUSHED OATS AND CORN Your horses will work on it. per ton MIXED CORN CHOP Vine, ground. Boston..... the marke.t for Hogs.. person SAMPLES FURNISHED ON BEQUEST Call, Write, or Phone. Ellison Milling and Elevator Co., Limited Lethbridge, Alberta. Three Rivets, if by Canadian Pacific railway. Meals will be- supplied en route. All Montenegrin reservists should com- municate with "Colonel E. A. Cniik- shank, Sarcee Camp, Calgary, HQUOR BILL NOW LAW Reginal Sask.. June the thumping of desks nnd parliamentary the new temperance legisla- tion was. this evejiingrln the dying haul's of given a' third reading. It is now law. PERTH COUNTY GOES DRf- Listowell, Out., Juno county today decided to go "dry." By a majority of about two hundred, the Canada Temperance Act was carried after a stubborn campaign., The city of is not included, that municipality being separated from the county in municipal affairs. J. Paquett, of.Porth, C.P.H. sec lion foreman for 32 years with clear record, has been superannuated a Saturday Special Tomorrow we will .'bring de- light to the rfeminine heart by including a Rexal Pf riumizer with each purchase 'of an ounce Harmony Extract Selection may be made from the following -list- of odors (re- gular-price VIOLET LILY OP THE VALLEY WHITE ROSE JOCKEY CLUB WHITE LILAC ETC., ETC. Saturday only, Perfume and ......___.. 89C J. D. Higinbotham These- Bar- g-ain Shoes are all guaranteed lines and will stand the test; Hail Insurance LOWEST RATES. LOSSES PAID IN FULL IN CASH. PROMPT ADJUSTMENTS. EACH POLICY BACKED BY OVER ASSETS. feEE US. Qtfillt 714 3rd Avenue South. FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, June 25. Opening and closing prices on the grain exchanges Wheats Open Close Oct' 1-Olih 1.02J nee: i.os- Oct................... 'u JulTl...................... 1-.50 1.49} Get" 1--5S WINNIPEG CASH-PRICES Wneat- Xo.--l.Xor................... !-29i- Xo. 1 Nor................... J-3G1-. No. 3 Nor................... !-32 CITY ANB DISTRICT Socialist Lecture F. Muahkat will.- give a course of lectures on sociological 'topics, com- mencing Bunday.. June 27, at-'8.30 p.m., at the Starland Theatre. The subject for the first lecture is "Drunk- enness and All are wel- come. No. 5 Oats- No. 2 C. W................. No. 3 C. W.............. Extra-No.'1-Feed No. 1 -Peed No. 2 Feed No. 1C. W................. No. 2 CHICAGO Julv 1-031 1 OH JIIN.VEAPOLIb Julv 1 30 Pep't.'......................... 1 03 Drc............................ 1 Oil 1.13 51 j 50} 1.-164 1.04 1 021, 1.03J 1.04 LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hogs, cattle "Toronto: Hogs, 19.65; cattle, 75 Chicago; ctttle, I6.76-S9.60. Masons at Champion Twenty-five members of the 'local Masonic lodge went to Champion yes- terday to assist in .the of the lodge and officers, in that town. Taylor, Grand" Master of the Grand Lodge of Alberta, installed the officers. Fred Harnly Dead Fred Hamly, a former member of the International Typographical Un- at one. time a member of the Albertan staff, died at his home in that city yesterday. A wife" and family of. four, as well as six brothers, survive to mourn bis loss. The deceased man was a cousin of Postmaster Hamly of this cityT Floweri> Plants, Vegetable! Frache Bros. FOR SEDIIION Here's a Budget of Bargains for Saturday Buyers! If you appreciate a good tiling wlien you see it yon Avill be hero Batiirday to pick up some, oi these snaps. Better Shoes for Less Money We have Wight 150 pair of Men's Fine and Medium -weight Shoes' at a.big discount on the're-- o-ular manufacturer's price, and will sell Saturday. At aSavingtp you of pr SAVE THE MONEY! 1 Lot of Men's Gunmetal Blucher -Lir price 5-1.00. Saturday................S2.95 1 Lot of Men's Medium Weight pliable Elk Hide with solid oak sole. Sold every- where at -S4.75. Our price...............53.10 Severe -Lightning A heavy thunderstorm visited the city last nieht, in ijhich considerable rain fell, and which wag ed by some severe lightning No seri ous 'damage is reported. A. cow at the provincial jail 'farm outside the city was struck. DIED Mrs lueenh Beaume of Wmnifred. Aita on June 21, aged 4a years Fun here Julj 14, it is announced eViffromth. HVrt Funeral apart j at thing ertai ment, at 230 this afternoon Dp ceased is husband and seven children Interment In the to- cal Roman Cithollc Red Deer, Juni. 25 Reid, of Edmonton, Soualist candidate for Red Deer riding ill the Dominion house, was arreiled at Lckvillc jes- terday on a charge.of sedition. 'Reid, it is alleg-a, nai, in speeches amongst the Socialist element west of Red Deer been using1 most tious language and upholding the Ger- man cause. He given a prelimin- ary hearing at Kocky Mountain House Wednesday and committed to sland trial at tlie lied Deer fall as- sizes. Bail was refused and he was taken to Calgary jail today pending trial. Manitoba Tories Convene July 14 Winnipeg, June provincial Conservative convention will be Mia lav, a w paity organization ,b' and a nev, platform for Liberal Conservative th.s province will W lor 1 Lot of Men's Fine Call Shoes-Good value> at Our prir-c Satiutlay...............S4.UU Other lines specially priced at and... Keep Cool Summer Underwear Specials for Saturday Men's Balbrisgan Two fipgular 60c. Odd lines on sale at 400 Meifs Porous Knit Balbi-lggau Special value 50C Combination Suits up The Store of Good Values Kirkham Block, Lcthbridge Ask to sec the New Regimental Stripes' in Men's T> 7 ;