Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
New Arlington Hotel European, 5Qc up LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel inUkrtr Madam: When the grocer says its just as good as Taylor Made he doubts your judgment A Few Fine Preserving Lines at Low Price ROYAL ANN basket crates: only a fow .left. Special per SPUR PRESERVING full pint very limited Per crate ,...'..-........................M-75 Or 2 baskets for SOME EXTRA FINE B. C. Very mellow flavor, largo strawberry baskets. Price Or per crate of 24 BING quality; cases. P.ricfi per case 'Or per pound................. SOME EXTRA FINE (3REEN PEAS IN THE POO AND GREEN APP.LES JUST RECEIVED. RED RASPBERRIES WILL BE COMING IN REGULARLY NOW. THE GOOD CO. store: WEATHER Lethbridge. clear 72 43 Edmonton, fair 70 52 .23 Red i Deer, cloudy___..... 72 3S .10 Calgary, clear 74 48 Habited, clear ....._...... 78 44 Jledtainc ilal. fair 7li 50 Pore Arthur, fair ,........_ US 24 Nelson ,_.............. 85 44 Swift Current, fair 64 46 Regias. clear 66 -46 Tlie weather over the prairie prov- ince! has been mostly clear. FORECAST Western Provinces Fine and warm today and ou Wed- nesdav.. i c E Delivered Daily to all parts of the city We guarantee to Mtlify you regsrdinn your ice RATES 10 daily. month 20-la'i. daily...-J2.50 per montn JO Ibi. daily___S3.00 montli I Western Transfer Co. Limited. PHONE 1163. Fernie Regt. May Go to War as Unit Fernie June rumor which seems to gain credence as it grows older here lias it that the 107th regi- rnrai mar be called as a unit to go to the front as was the case the 72nd.a few days 107th, lite ihp 72nd, has one-red its service as -a and it ths "nd Eoon NOTICE TO VETERANS The Veterans are asked to meet at Fair grounds for. the Patriotic celebration, July 1, at 1.30 p.m.. where space will be reserved for them in toe sTand stand. They are al- 50 requested to march, to the pavilion' in advance of the by J D Higinbotham Co. Ltd., Tl Beiall Store, ISc, 25c and 50c. hoses. W. L. McKENZIE CO. PHONE 637, 718 3rd AVENUE SOUTH, Soldiers' Comforts Jean Monroe Mulloy, wife of Trooper Mulloy; of South African has sent copies of the following songs to the Gail Chapter of the I. 0. D. E., the entire proceeds of the sale of which .will, go tcnyard Soldier's The songs are on sale Robertson's Bookstore. "TROOPER MULLOY'S MARCH" "JOHNNY CANUCK'S THi: BOY" "NURSING DADDY'S MEN" "KNITTING SOX FOR DADDY'S MEN" Words and Music by Mrs. Mulloy. 25f A COPY Get a copy the next time you are down town. '_ Fined George M. Karroo, the farmer who was arrested last week by the city police for driving an automobile while under.' the' .influence of liquor, was fined 110.00 and'costs by Police Magistrate BHqn in the police court yesterday afternoon. He was defend ed by J. R. while ,G. P. Har- ris acted for the prpBecutipn. James the man1 Who was run over by Han-op, In an appear- ance at the court. 'He was not seri- ously injured. Thctj'te Thetc! Tri) 1 PROHIBITION R 0 H I B How is This for a Give-Away? The Whiskey of a, let- ter soliciting a wholesale. house for finan- cial support, says: _ _ "I have been instructed by the Special-Defence Committee of the above Association to solicit your financial assistance in our forthcoming' FIGHT AGAINST TOTAL PROHIBITION IN ALBER- TA. We therefore ask your financial sup- port IN THIS LIFE AND DEATH STRUGGLE OF THE TRADE in this Province. If we allow the Temperance Party to break into this end of the Dominion it JUST MEANS THAI' THE TRADE WEST OF THE GREAT LAKES WILL BE WIPED OUT." WHO SAYS THE LIQUOR ACT WILL NOT PROHIBIT?