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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 25, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE HOTEL WINDSOR Bast $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta Taylor-made Flour Pride of Alberta ... and.. . Mother's Favorite Two Brands with but a single aim- BETTER BREAD SUMMER DRINKS NOTHING 13 QUITE SO REFRESHING AS A NICE COOL DRINK IN THE SUMMER, WE HAVE A GREAT VARIETY, GRAPE JUICE, LOGANBERRY JUICE. LEMON JUICE, LEMONADE POWDER, CONCENTRATED LEMONADE, ORANGEADE AND GINGER WINE, HIRES' ROOT BEER, RASPBERRY, VINEGAR, ETC. ' ' ' Welch's Grape Juice, pint bottles .......... 30c. Quart bottle*............................ 58c Half gallons ............................. 85c Loganberry Juice, commonly called Phei. Large size. 12 oz. bottles ....................... 50c Lime Juice, Montserrat, pints............... 45c Quarts................................... 85c Lemon Jiilce, Kla-Ora, per bottle ........\. 75c Lemonade Powder, Nabob Brand, per large tin 30c Native Wine, Quart bottles, each............45c Raspberry Vinegar, Red Cross quarts....... 25c Ginger Wine, Orangeade and Lemonade, concentrated, per bottle......................35c THE GOOD CO. High Class Grocers Phone 525 "THE PRICE SHE PAID" By David Graham Phillips. Price 85c each. Read the book first then see CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG in the play based on the book at STARLAND on Wednesday and Thursday. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone 1487 Druggists and Stationers Next Dallas Hot si Make the MOST of the High Prices by consigning Your Grain to SMITH-MURPHY & CO. You will realize every cent In it for you, and get your returns, promptly. WRITE OR PHONE Office Phone 1313 Residence Phone 1484 N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLOG. S. ALBERTA CASUALTIES Southern Albertans listed in the casualties today are: Pte. W. G. McLean of Macleod. killed in action; Pte. D. E. Smith of Vulcan, died of wounds, and Pte. R. B. Gardner, of Clares-holm, prisoner-of-war. Winnipeg, June 26. - 8lr Rod-mond Roblln, George R. Coldwell and James H. Howden, who have been under indictment In the assizes court here for months, charged with conspiracy In connection with the Manitoba buildings, were discharged this afternoon by Mr. Justice Prwndergast. VETERANS' DANCE OF STRONG & DOWLER GRAIN and Commission Merchants Cal 9� ry-Cdms nUn-*.#th brMs* Our entire org&nlstAioa la at your service sod lrith oar experience wa can safely guaraat** to cot you the best prises tsr your grain at any tints sat Csr any grade or Had. of arala. Ptions M 1888 Calgary 1 Par Offtos tnt lethbrtdgs } Qtnte-m-. 1811 LsthbrWgs) tjans. Our Agents who-sj-wln yew *UatrlcaBS^B^BBBV 2nd Ave. 8. and 13th Street MINING, BUILDING & RAILWAY 8UPPLIE8 & EQUIPMENT TUDHOPE ANDERSON AND.EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS .'. GANG PLOWS SULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTACH- BUGGIES MENTS. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRA1LER8 CULTIVATORS BINDER ENGINES PHONE 1726--TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR WOMEN ADMITTED TO- VE8TRIES London, June 23.-Before the synod (Anglican) of Huron closed its annual meeting here it decided to admit women to its vestries thus marking the close of several years of agitation. The vote wag almost unanimous: ANNOUNCEMENT The secretary of the Golf. Club has received a supply of score cards, and all who wish may procure them from him for 50c per dozen. 160-0 The Allison Photo Studio,' Balmoral Block, wUl be closed during the month of July for regular portrait work, but passport photographs* will be made and our usual good service given. ELKS CLUB Alberta Black Reading Room, TVrlUng.Rooa,.Billiards. Regular meetings, 1st sod 3rd Thursdays. Visiting msiBbars we|. com*. W. L. Clark: Exalted RuUr. O. �>. Edgatt, rViom 4, Alberta Olssk, Bcvrelary. Received with Pleasure And eaten with delight is the plate of our ice cream. It la a refreshment that tajtes the terror from hot days. It is a treat, ' every spoonful of which is a cooling delight. If you haven't tried our ice cream you have yet to know the joy of learning how surpassingly delicious it is. Nsxt to Orpheum Theatre' The Veternns will give their first dance and social evening at the club rooms on Wednesday evening, tickets for which may be secured from any member of the veterans' association. This promises to be a very en-Joynblo affair 'for the veterans have made great preparations to entertain their friends, which are legion. I Ottawa, June 25.-When the house mot � today L. J. Gauthler, Liberal member, rose and expressed his willingness to withdraw remarks made by him on Thursday night, to which exception was taken by Speaker Rhodes. Mr. Gauthler stated at that time that the six months' hoist amendment moved by J. A. Barrette would have been ruled out of order had it not the approval of the government. Mr. Gauthler, when he rose today, said he had not intended his words to convey any reflection on the speaker. "If anything in my remarks have been construed reflecting on the chair, I desire to withdraw them," he said. He said that his statement was directed against the government solely. OFFICE STATIONERY UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS. A tew juBt as good as new, two col-.  ored ribbon, tabulator nnd back spacer. Price $65.00. One Undor-wood Typewriter in good condition, $55.00. One Royal Typewriter in good condition, $38.00. CHECK WRITER. We are agents for the F. &'E. Check Writer. We carry Model C in stock. Price-$35.00. IF IT IS FOR THE OFFICE-WE WILL HAVE IT Everall & Franks Sinnott Block, Corner 4th Ave. and 5th St. H. P. MORSON IS 1 CITY AND DISTRICT Moose Meeting. Regular meeting of the Loyal Order of Moose will be held Tuesday night June 26th at 8 o'clock sharp at the Moose Hall. All officers and members are requested to be present. Visiting brothers welcome. Buried Here. The death took place of Stephen Daniels at Drumheller, aged 54 years. The remains were shipped to Lethbridge on the Saturday night train and the funeral took place on Sunday, June 22nd, from St. Patrick's church. Rev. Father McCaffery officiating. Death of Infant. The death took place on June 22 of the Infant'son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur McKenzie, age three days. The funeral was held this afternoon from Fetterly's parlors, Rev. E. J. Hodgins officiating. Going to Convention's. Chief Hardy was granted leave of absence and + ;00 this morning, to attend the convention of chief constables at Quebec, July 17 to 19, and the Fire Chiefs' convention at Fort William on July 24th and 25th. Brother Died of Wounds. Mrs. W. C. Norman of this city, received word Saturday of the death of her brother, Pte. J. F. Beard, who died of wounds on June 3rd. Pte. Beard enlisted from Medicine Hat, where his parentis reside. He was a corporal in the ambulance corps, but joined another unit, as a private to get into the front line trenches. The following arc quotations from a circulnr recently sent out by The A. McDonald Co., relative to the recent death of the late A. .M. Marshall, and the appointment of 11, V. Morson as actiug manager of the branch here: "It is with feelings of deep personal regret that we have to announce to our friends and customers the .death of our manager, Mr. A. M_ Marshall. Mr. Marshall passed away Friday last, only a few days after an operation for appendicitis. The officers and directors of this company feel keenly the loss of Mr. Marshall. The writer had been acquainted with him for many years and always found him to possess exceptional ability, a strong personality and kindly disposition. He made many friends and was able to retain them, and we' feel that the cordial relations existing between this company and its customers are largely due to Ms honest and upright manner of dealing. In order to continue tto pleasant relations established on behalf of the company by Mr. Marshall, Mr. H. P. Morson, who has served the company well in other fields, has been appointed acting manager of the company at Lethbridge, and Mr. J. V. Cook, has been appointed assistant manager. Most of you know Mr. Cook and he will be here to sorve you in the future as in the past. AT COALDALE (Special to the HernM) Coaldale, June 25.-Judging from the way in which donations are com-inp in for the big Red Cross Auction Sale on July 2nd, it is a foregone conclusion that the sale will be an immense success. The latest donation is a toiini of work horses at 1400 lbs. each. Other donations include a saddle pony, a calf, turkeys, geese, chickens and innumerable other articles of good value. BORN. CASTLES-To Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Cajtles, Saturday, June 2:ird, a son. Studio Closed During July Owing to Mr. Allison's absence from the city the studio will be closed during the month of July. We will, however, maintain our service in making Passport Photos Which will be given customers promptly. Mlison'sPhoto Studio BALMORAL BLOCK TWEEDIE FOR DEFEAT Athabasca, Alta., June 24.-II. IT. Crawford, of .Edmonton, who Is stumping; this ridlnj; for the Conservatives, made something of a sensation at Grossmount school last night by vigorously attacking T. M. Tweedie, of Calgary, one of the party leaders in this province He charged Mr. Twoedie with being responsible for the defeat ol, the Conservative party In the recent elections, Mr. Crawford said the government was badly beaten up to the day that Mr. Twoedie raised the cry about disfranchising the foreign voters and talked about conscription. Mr. Tweedie, as a lawyer, knew that the provincial government had nothing to do with these Issues, but he raised them to Influence a few votes around Calgary. In doing so, ho placed a weapon in the hands of the Liberals, and they -were contemptible enough to use it. The government, he said, was returned by the, foreign vote, thanks to Mr. Twerfdlo. ^ Lawn Mowers, Lawn Rakes, Garden Hose and Grass Shears, \ Digging* Forks, Spades, hoes and everything for the garden. Call ami inspect our stock, you will not be urged to buy. Consumers1 Hardware Co. PHONE 1212 I 3519 77 ;