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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR TIIIC LETHBIiinOE '.HERALD letbbtibge Deual> Ellbcrta .DAILY AND WEEKLY. Subscription Rates: Catty, delivered, uer week Dally, delivered, prr year Daily, by iiiail, iier year by'niail. uei- yenr it is tho acIvovatcR of prohibition who can bcsi look iifter.'ils strict mew. Ht-v. John McDousall: (lor at Calgary is not Mkoly to permit anybody, only those entitled, to go booze ut. tho government emporium Ho will'sott that ihe tiuv is intorproted strictly to the loiteiv A bazaar for Hie nllliw In New I Vork raised, and u-.lmlf WEDNESDAY; JUNE 28, 1910 TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office liJ-1 W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business tOc In a letter Walter Todd. president iof Bcrvll'c ttssodniion, replied "Ji'JjJ !to PC rrltirisras of tlie. civil service J_ H, Morphy. M.I', far North jl'ertii, at a recruiting meeting tho jother day. Mr. Todd, while milking ino attempt to defend any slackers tn 'the: service, stittes that 544 men havei 'eiiliMt'ii from the instill- service Acting on the of tho mili- tary luithorith'K, hotelkeepers decided not to evil wines or spirits aftur 5 p.m. U. Hamilton of township. Out., died at the uf ;.o after n week's illness of acute llrlglil's disease. x The iiuonle of Berlin will' vote on ilie fnllotvuiK tor tho new mum; ut heir city; nroch. Kitchener, Corona. Vdnnuc. and Iteutpu. It is stated on anthbrily that 'elections, will be lottnwa. ItiSS from outside Ottawa, and trom Hie tumviiv and atnal ser-i m. m Dates of expirv of subscriptions ap- to be drowned in the Humher river near! jWoodbridge. The lad was a member; [of the Woodgreeh Methodist Sunday There is quite a general opinion in lt is to change the name School and was attending the annual i 'Of Smith Falls, Ont., to itideau. picnic when he met death I i Calgarys tax rate is i, nulls. at.hington that German influences _ are behind Carmnza m his present I The Democrats raise ?Ii700i000 attitude towards tne united the Presidential campaign. The Kaiser would dearly love to get) _______ Toronto has over two millions on States says, was very .little, if Uncle Sam mixed up in a trouble of j his own so that he could not make 'ear3. vvas found dead friends on the farm are inclined to teL _ purchase. .j Oounly dairymen say I too much rain has soured 'the grass A lormer Russian, .war minister j the cattle can't eat heartily, fates death' for graft. In this country the grafter is boosted by his l! 'B' Ostrom- druggist of Frankford tnc i.e. lt i. i illage. died as the result of a oara- Kussia has its laults, but it won't i h-tic stroke stand for the making of money dis- i honorably at a time when people are called upon to make sacrifices of their own money, as m thoir loved ones Death is none too bad a pun- ishment for the grafter. Rev. William Moir, former pastor of the Metliodist church at .Melrose, j Ont., has enlisted for active service. Capt. Fairhurn A. Rayner, Canad- and B four-day fete in cele'bration of the event is in progress. Sir Sam Hughes caused a distinct i depression i.-, London, Ont., by his announcement thai the completion of Camp Borden will mean the. depart-j Winchester, science specialist, nre of a majority of the troops now action will be taken by'the cpunty to j protect the township men. F. J. 'McDonald, of Weston, special- ist in W. P. Hay, of and in training in that city. The Montreal Gazette (Conserva- tive) an editorial calling for an election in the near future on the grounds -that the present House of Commons shows "signs of having out- lived, its vigor." Billy Sunday departed from Kansas ity with a cashier's check for 000 in his pocket, which the people lave to him as a: thank offering, fn lis campaign-of seven weeks he preached 93 senr.iiaS in Hie UWnacie persons, and of them "hit the sawdust trail." It n Pioneers, London, who was wound- ed early last month, has since died. Rev. Geo. .1. Kindley, Co "Allipon is one of the biggest and best men in the clp.-npit T, v-uiigiuea- too Ho has saved the country thou-! tlonal minister, liockwood, Ont has eands of dollars, and done splendid l enlisted as a private. work Allison has earned credit for I h'as ofR- Who said that? Why General Sir' as princlpaT PreSb-nerlon Sam. of course: When did he say it? Only last fweek.. As Chief Justice Meredith said, Sir Sam would stick by the devil. Attorney-General Cross is. putting itrong advocates; of temperance into millions associated'with the new pro- nbllioii law. Sympathizers, with the neaaUre will have to, direct its en- orcement. That Is a wise course, fhc law given a fair test and C-eo. B. Ferris, a former raumber of the .Mounted Police, has enlisted with a' battery at Kingston. .Mrs. Kerliy died at Petrolea. Ont.. in her ninetieth year. She and her late husband were pioneers in Ennis- killen township. Frank Hegan, K. C.. may he the Liberal candidate to contest Ihe announced Dtisly reported oflicially Carl Lon{ wounded that missing, has been killed. Earl Long- ford was reported last year to have been wounded in the fighting'on the Gallipoli Peninsula. He was the fifth Earl of Longford and was born in 1SII4. A violin won in a raffle some time ago and later valued by an expert at between five and ten thousand dol lars, figured Iri crinilnal action tried before Judge Stanworth at Chatham The case terminated in the defendant U .1. Wright, a prominent Orford far- mer, being dismissed on a charge of stealing the. violin. I wish I were not the mayor of Montreal for only one week. It would give me a .chance'to punch the nose of some of those remarked Mayor Martin recently as he joined the controllers after K stiff encounter with representatives of Ice''Press, whom he had curtly admonished not to smoke In the'city hall; Thc'mayor A serious outbreak of .rabies in Scutbwold Township, Elgin rCounty, ippears to be spreading, and the source of the trouble has not been raced. George Dynes, a blacksmith vho developed the disease, has been i ient to the Pasteur Institute at Tor- mto. j The secretary of the Military Hos- lital Commission says that the most ample provision is being made by the government for tlie latest nnd'best ypes of artificial limbs, both in Can-1 da and in England, for all the mem- ers of the C. E. F. who may have uffered amputation. tll, j lie-mayor bonthwest .Toronto seat held by the complained that hn had 'been Insult- late J. J. Foy. ed by the reporters. lames Cameron, of Slmcoe, junior engaged to nil f of the Renfrew teacher, have been vacancies en the sta Collegiate institute. Fifth Street MeiisFurnishingShop Summer Underwear Union Suits, closed crolch short and full length sleeves. 1'till -or knee Heretofore Special -price Men's Silk Shirts Of .Summer weight Tub Silk with novelty satin stripes on Jig-lit grounds, also plain tan shantung' silk. Heretofore 54.00 53.50, An Qr Special price Exclusive Madras Shirts Custom made, in designs confined to ourselves. __________... 95c Two-piece Suits Fine Mercerized.' Web, Shirts or Drawers 45c Heretofore Special price Heretofore Special prfce Heretofore fioc, Special price Pure Silk Sox Men's Pure Thread Silk .Sox, in black, white anrff, colors, spliced heel, sole and toe. Men's Lisle Sox Heretofore 2iic, special price 3 pair for DUC Heretofore PA Special price'..............' DUC Shirts with' Double Yoke 95c The Canadian Order of Foresters in session at London, donated nearly j to the Red Cross society from the aiic-" tion sale of unused liailots, a sale made possible by the election of al! officers by acclamation for the -en- suing year. Hail Insurance Let us place your risk. We guar- antee reliability of the Company and FAIR de- it now. R. V. Gibbons Co. Balmoral Block, I_ethbridr.e, Phone 1191 DO NOT DELAY LONGER IN PLACING YOUR HAIL INSURANCE With the CONNECTICUT FIRE INSURANCE CO. Assets Incorporated 1850. Surplus POLICIES WRITTEN AND DELIVERED THE SAME'DAY APPLI- CATION IS MADE AT THE OFFICE OF WILSON SKEI T H C. p. R. Lands and General Insurance Agents, SHERLOCK BLDG. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. PHONE 1343. HAIL INSURANCE Mr. Farmer, when you buy SEED GRAIN, you get the best When you buy HAIL INSURANCE, also get tile best-it cotis no more and in event of. loss, you get full payment. Tlie. -Brit isii- America. Assets and the Home Insurance of York, (Strongest GUARANTEE Ratei, Prompt Apjuitment, Best Protection WRITE TELEPHONE CALL W. F. NELSON C'OJVfPANY, --4166th Street South LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. P. o. BOX 354. J Farmer SEE THIS TRACTOR AT Calgary Alberta distributors Jack Blair Co. Phone 1544. Lethbridge, Alia. ;