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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT HOTEL WINDSOR Bwt a Day Hotel in Alberto just how good a cook you are, unless you have used A Heaviest the Taylor and PINE- We HAVE AN EXTRA FiNE LOT OF THE ADuVE LiriES !N TCCAV AM" ARE ADVISED BY THE CHEKRY SHIPPERS IN IDAHO THAT THE SEASON FOR CHERRIES WILL NOT LAST LONG THIS YEAR OWING TO THE UNFAVORABLE WEATHER CONDITIONS. ORDER NOW. BING CHERRIES, jier I'O 111. caso 54.25 BING CHERRIES, liouiul GOOSEDERBIES, extra fine ones, in Iditki'ls. iirkv LT1UO S3.HF. Price per locket ]5C FLORIDA PINEAPPLES, OMIT, liiiee sizu Itriw tier dozen 53.25 Price, tncli.............................. MEDIUM SIZE. llnzfll ?2.65 MEDIUM SIZc, urici1 t-ncli 25c July Edison Records OUR SHIPMENT OF JULY EDISON RECORDS ARRIVED LAST SATURDAY. COME AND LOOK THEM OVER WHILE THE ASSORTMENT IS COMPLETE. THE KENNY ALL1N CO., Ltd. NEXT. DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 14S7. DENY HE HAS BEEN PARDONED Amsterdam, via London, June Some of llie German papers deiiy rhal Vviiiiaul Eiiglisli pi-is- of war, serving a term (it__15 n.-ia ueen pardoned. Ilev. Dr. Quovt-n. general supcrinten-: of the Methodist church, will a visii to ilie- missions'in China in October. WINNIPEG GRAIN PRICES The Grace Mine is- now prepared to take care of all orders. PHONE 125O Tne quality the bsst. Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS Hay and Grain! WE ARE NOW LOCATED IN THE METALS. LIMITED. BUILDING, 1221 2ND AVENUE SOUTH, PHONE 732, and we ars. prepared lo fill your requirements of hay and grain. either wholesale or retaiJ. A trial order will satisfy you as to quality, price nnd service. TFe Lave some good" TIMOTHY SEED at -I A per 1UC Storage space for rent. House- hold goods a specialty. The Saiuulers Hay Grain Co. 1'MTs U'5 15 October....... December...... Julv........ October....... July Octoher............ 16u1i 1 WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat 1 Northern.......... I No. 2 Northern [.No. 3 Northern ___.. C. W................ No. 3 C. W. A'n. No. -I....................... T. I London. Juno 11.SO is morn in LJ Hie "elurk of the conn j of the Lord CliU'f Justice culled; mil. 'the Kini; Sir Koper Cnsenipiit.''! and tlie trial of ilie man who is ac-1 cased of insiijianni: the Irish rebel-j under i ViEcoiuu Eieiidrjg. lord chief justice, i a and Justices and in g I lirigui scarier rolies and powdrreil took their seats. The caste was j railed aiid Sir Roger tias brought iu to answer ilie clr.irge of 1 liiiih ireason. j i The indietmeiic followed, in .tiuiius. 'thai returned Col. Ar- i iilmr LyiiL'h. who fought against the Llrilish in the Hoer war. Wlicn ask- i led if lie was guiliy or uoi guilty. Sir j Koger bowed and uiurinured some- tliins which was Inaudible. His chief counsel. Sullivan, of j Dublin. iiniobly and argued the j innictmtni set forth was "no offense known to the anil none of ihc acts suet'iiied was alleged to have taken place in any tprritnrv over which the king has any jiirisiiii-non. After consultHtion the court ruled I that any exceptions to the indictuicni j in a case of such importance could j be iLikeu after the hearing wltlioui j nrejudice 10 the prisoiier. Then Sir i Roger made a formal plea of not I guilty, speaking in j'Inn tones. Jnr i ors from the- were called for-i ward. Prisoner's, counsel ;o the firsi who wore on his coal slcavci the Uliaki baud indicating that he was i attested for the army and waiting be called upon. j After eleven jurors hail been seated j ;reai difficulty in j CITY AND DIST1UCT Hat Visitor J..II. Talior of Medicine Ihit Is in the city toilny. He siiucs that tlie Luifeciionery nimiufiuiturinp company in Medicine Hat., of lie is one of ilio principal promo tors, is doing good business uml ihe prospects Lire very bright. OX Exclusively in our Finishing Cepartment because it is to our interact to produce the best possible from every negative. BRING US YOUR FILMS TO FINISH. WE GET YOU THE BEST POSSIBLE RE- SULTS FROM EVERY EX- Home Guard Orders to ilie rain it lias been de dPil lo liiive shoo ling practice ;n- s lead of llio regular drill, commenc- ing at S sharp at tlio Central school touighi. Enter by basement door. Ammunition, etc.. will he MIBI-P. I Masonic Meeting j North Star Lodge N'n. -1, A. F. and (A. M.. will luihi an puiargent meeting j tonight ai'S o'clock in Hie .Masonk1 huill. Dominion Modi: The Ili-si de- jgruo will be pui on. ViriUiig brethren are cordially invited. Crops Look Good E. X. Uarkur of "Cardston is in the city. Grain crops in ilia Cards ton iliairict arc the host, lie ha? ever seen. J Mie says. mid he has IICLMI in ihc south 'more years than mnst The is very even and a bettor stand I than last year. The Red Cross Drug Book Ce., Limited Corp. Foley Wounded was received in inn, city on j Saturday that Corp. Allen Hamilton iKoley had been wounded in" action in j France. Corp. Foley i.s the son of Ciiurles Foley who, until a few weeks 'ago, practiced Jaw in Lethbridgn. The isbu never lived here, but enlisted with an eastern bailallon: Ice Cream Sodas Sundaes Lcthbrldge, Unless all signs fail we'll hcvs a hot summer. Remember that our fountain is the coolest spot in town for solid or liquid refrigeration. We serve you with the purest, smoothest, and rich- est of ice cream, also delicious tasty Sodas and Sundaes. Everything clean .and and with us. Alberta. ackson Go. T. iu Llie box tiierp ncling a twelfth. Tlie ilcfense clial- GRAIN! Unequalled facilities for secur- ing reliable informatiou recard- ios Grain, FrctiuenL iiuotations. AIL, markets. You are invited-to make free nse of this service. Ask for bida on your carlots of grain. Privato wires to New York, Chi- cage, Minneapolis Winnipeg I Xo. 1 N. W. C.............. i CHICAGO Wheat- July lO'P's September.......... 104 December.......... 106 Ts MINNEAPOLIS July IOG September......... December......... leaged for cause more than a 3 I in succession. At 11.10 o'clock the L, jr.ry was completed. i Sir Frederick Smith, ailornsy-geu- 4 eral made the opening address for the government. He said .the jury 72 would have to decide whether there I were any extenuating circumstances I for the oiiense as an aggravated one h against The sovereign he formerly ser-j ved and tlie country against Tvhich he struck. Reviewing Uie public career of Sir Roger, the. atiorcey-genersl said he: an "able, cultivated man, not. as others had been, a life-long rehel! agaiust England and that for which j she stands." j Bainl Union Bank Building, hone 1599. E. L. WYNN, Mgr. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GHAiN PRICES TRACK PRICES: -Wheat Oats......... :l7ii WAGON Wheat.................. Data Flax li9 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, Gii to 7. Fat to 6.. Sheep Choice Wiling wethers, sheared. killing ewes, shear- ed, 7. Select hogs, tbs, 3. ROOFING Sheet Metal Work Gco. E. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK If tile ratepayers of North Leth- britlze the liitli Slreet suhway and street paved non- if; thu time tc strike, for the council is in the hum- or. The matter was introduced at j this morning's meeting of the ritv council. It was felt that Ihe con-, dition of the street and the subway during the rainy weather liad been ai disgrace, and if the ratepayers sanction the expenditure the Runway; ami the sireet io 6th avenue north j be paved. The matter was I pjlaced in the hands of Commissioner Orace to briiig in a report on tile iprohahle cost. It is firobahle that Teapots Tots, e a r c uliildren's Ton nnpm'trd I'l-oin Japiin, filled with Japanese candy. They are extremely cut2 and are going fast. The tE2 pot slpr.e is worth the pries. !C EACH 5QC J. D. Co. "Albert j's Pledger Druggist's." The lesalp ar.d retail chemiala TELEPHONE NO- 322 At the Churches Tonight Senior Christian Knueavnr o.D St. (Andrew's church tonight. Tho of the Ep worth League of .Westminster will meet tonight at ihs borne uf .Mrs. H. Bruce fnr Reel Cross eev.-ing. The Christian Endeavor of the Christian church ivill meet to- and gbv- London, June j j eral Casgrain emphaiicalJy denies the j ;rumor-that lie t'o succeed Philip I Roy as Canadian Commissioner Pay Respects to Memory of Kenneth Flood 'is Over une ,serv- Ft-ance. Tlie story is absolutely ices were held in Knox chnrcli here less. The postmaster-general, with j this evening- in memory of Private Madame Uasgrain is now in Paris j Kemietll Craig aucoud representins the government on ine i, _, r-' o-i Canadian Ccmmereial delegation vls. pr .Doiigles-. Cprsaa. The French industrial centres irith Corson-family bciiiff-one-oC the oldeiil T jiigale ihe effects of ilie flood make recommendations to the eminent. The school room was flllucl with in- terested people and tlio reeling was unanimous thai, remuneration lor damage already done, and protection against ;i recurrence ol' such damage should bo demanded of ihe government. West Fertile and .1 pare ol" ihe Annex are outside tho Kernle cily limits, so that ihc ciiy is somewhat handicapped in dealing with the matter. The river still" continues to fall Eliglitly nnd the sovornmeiit and city authorities are at .work repairing Abridges and roads. The road to Fernle will be passable for wagnni tomorrow. Tho railways are also get into Ehajie Cor regular service, thr C. P. R. having already renewed its passen- ger service and is also moving con- freight. The Great Northern Of has a harder problem" to solve hut will he open again iu a few days. a vleyr to extend ing nmtuul trade be- tween Canada and Franco. and most widely- knqivn in Kasten HriLish Colurabiii; tusetner with fhe circunistaii'ces.1' 'surroundiiig tlic life and lamentable Kenneth Cor-' I pan, bad lent much more than usual interest In the.- services and I.Cnox church was crowded to the doors. Rev. I McCliiHock nrcHldcd and (lie services Kdmonton, June- ilooney, verv a Grand Prairie homesteader, convict-! Kenneth Craig Oorsaii was years ed ot ireason for crying, "hats off to I Oid wilen hR met rtenlll' iiJiid'tlio the kaiser." was today fined i supreme .for ,liis couniry and enipire. When the ivar broke out lit. Ilev. A. Scrlvcn. Dlslioj) of Col- nmliiiu. died at R. C. whern he htul reaiflnd 1884. lie was I chosen bishop last ear. with., the alternative of months in jail. Jn addition he will yqnng Corsan joined the ment and was'-apijpintod I but later resigned- hi? .comhiission and if paving is done, it-will .be confined j lo putting in the cement base, Ir.av- Ing the surface to Ije jiuL on laler. Inspect' Mining Claims E. Harris. Hccompauied by J. W. Evans and J. If. Anderson, of .Mngra-.h, left Saturday afternoon for. Jlcvel atolie to look over their claims on Mirror Laki. B. C. OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S RESIDENCE 517 SMITH, MURPHY CO. GROUND FLOOR SHERLOCK BLDG., LETHBRIDGE, ALTA 'r OFFICE, WINNIPEG, MAN. Grain Grain Graih Gain We realize that giving you per- fect satisfaction wilt. Increase our business as In no other way. We are out to increase our busi- ness, therefore "Smith-Murphy C6. Service" ic the Grain Grain Grain Gain "THE PROOF OF THE PROFITS IS IN THE RETURNS." W. K. PORTER. MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH. COALDALE Will CELEBRATE DOMINION DAY On FR1DA Y, June 30th, '16 BIGG Jill AX I) JJK'l'TKK THAN KVEIJ. A full programme of races, ball games and ether sporto has been arranged, including features. Liberal prizes ara offered for all events. Dancing afternoon and evening. Best of orchestra music. Bring friends and family arid have a time. be served at noon and night by Coaldale Ladies' Aid. ENOUGH EARLY AND STAY LATE. The Central W. C. T. U. ARE HOLDING AN Afternoon Tea oh Thursday, June 29 FROM 4 TO 6 AT THE HOME OF MRS. N. C. STIBDS, 701 5TH AVE., CORNER 7TH ST. Gouth of the Post Office .In '.l.ha evening from 7 to 10 there will be a STRAWBERRY ICE CREAM LAWN SOCIAL TABLE OF HOME COOKING WILL BE ON SALE AIT proceeds towarric the Travellers' Aid Anyone wishing lo make dona- tions It atked to Phone 1203. have to furnish bonds for his good behavior during the next HVQ years. At Ihe time of his conviction., some j Look' hjB place '-In tliq.'ranks of the weeks ago, Mooney was given ihe op- i 54th buttallon" as a private in May, tioii of enlisting In the Irislv Guards. I He left for Efiglaii'd'ifi tlie fol- The .regiment, owing to his con vie-1 lowing aml.TWaS not want him, and lie the maciiliie gin) section of the forced to throw himself upon ilie! 7th Batl., 'C-.E.P- He scryeci in the mercy of tlie court. I trenches- frm'ii to -line 2nd. ..received the wound which later proved 'ratal and lie died June 10th, in Uimercaux Hospital... Pie, aL ilie University School'at Victoria, nnd had i been appointed inland revenue collec- tor at Fernle before the beginning of the' war. Kennel h Corsan was well llhcrt by nil .who Hneiv him and his.death af, aucll a his life has cast a gloom whole com- munity. Dr, Corsan Is at coast with ilia third son, William., who lias joined the University HaLtailon, and could not he present at the lust sad j rites performediin lila son's memory. I Thomas Corsaii, tlie. eldest son of i these bereaved 'parents was wounded almost unto death over a year ngo, nnd has nlinost fully re- covered and' Is doing ofllce work in Ihc service. 1L Is n-noblf record for orio family IniL has io be paid 'l'0l- dearly and the whole community" -deeply the loss and their sympathy goes out lo jthe bereaved family ,lhls, their su- j preme momcm rf Flood IB Over'-- j j The flood has [msncd .into history and left behind a ijlimy, niiiddy ti'ull ns a reminder of whal water-can do s when unhrlclled. A :ineeLing of the citizens of Kernle Annex <'and i Fcrnic was heir! in. Uie West Fornie j school Dila affernoon'.'iii wblch a del- egallon of eight, from ach section, lo draft rcsbliitiona, and eocuro [signatures 'of tliu proi owners In the flood-id dlslrlrts appointed, arid which, delegation ijlqp meet the expe 1 government engineer who .Ii to li In This Matter of Health t one is cillicT lliu nurs.ur yyilli'.llic IDSLTS. riglil food. For sound hcallh one intist cul out foods iind lliosc .Ilia I :ire 'lo '.coniain NIC t'lcinciils lluil htiild slunly Ijodics and keen brains. Grape-Nuts is ;i hiiltWcd Food, niudc fnun wjiolc M'hcal und lnin.s nil Ilio nulrinicnl ol' llio grain, including Ihc niinci'iil plio.splinlOK, indis- pcnsnhlc 'in N'tVJiirc's phui for body nnd briiin rebuild- (iriipe-NnIs is u conccn- Irjilcd food, CMSV lo I( iis trconoiniciil, hits delic- ious coiiics ready lo has helped.liiou- linnds in [he winning "There's a Reason" j Canadian PoHlum CereaL-Co', LW., Wlnrlaor, OnlT7 ;