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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILYJHERALD SOME EXTRA GOOD VALUES Hotel Windsor Through Flirting, 51.20 r.SE OF GOOD WINTER APPLES. BUYS lOO-tb.-OF GOOD AL8ERTA POTATOES. BUYS A CASE BUYS A 90 SACK OF BEST ONTARIO 1 BUYS A CASE OF HARVEST BRAND ASSORT- BUYS A pQTATOEK ED CORN, PEAS AND BEANS. OR S2.90 3O.9O _11V- CASE OF HARVEST BRAND FINEST BUYS A CASE OF FRUIT IN HEAVY SYRUP. BUYS A v E TQMATOES. ALL IN SANITARY TINS. PhoB6l271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 THE BULLETIN BOARD i Lelhlmiia.e. cleat i.Edmonton, clear Saskatoon, rival' Yunnipei, 1'ort Arihur, fair 63 Oil 55 Ti I 52 in: 53 .10 I C E Delivered Daily to all parts of the city i We guarantee to regarding supply- 10 Ibs. per month 20 daily....UOO per month AVeskM-n Transfer Co, Limited. PHONE 1163. MARKETS AMERICAN GRAIN MARKETS Chicago, III., May and wheat prices today were: Open (.'loss inly 135U 135 September .Minneapolis, illnn.. May Open- ing and -closing prices on the local wheat market today: Open Close 33 39 10 licit Peer. I'luudy I'alaary. cloudy Maclcoii, clear Medicine Hat, cloudy Ml The wcatiirr has been partly and vlear in all provinces. FORVT Manitoba-Northwest wind, local rains in eastern portion, iair west. Saskatchewan and Alberta pan ami cuol today and Tuesday. Inly...... September.. It was a holiday today on the Winni- peg market, and there are no jons from that city. Monthly Returns 153 >-j 157 LOCAL MARKETS Tract Prices- No. 1 Northern Xo. 2 Northern No. 2 Northern....................... Wagon Load No. 1 Korthetn No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern..................... A. K. W. prices same. 1.47 l.W-S 1.45 1.42 1.3S LAND OFFICE At the Land office, 144 unities have been made during April; home- steads and one ure-emptiou have, been filed on. and one homestead purchas- ed. One man, W. Walker, has been .camping on the land office steps for four or live days, and expects to have to stay ae long again before filing on a homestead fourteen miles from Vul- can. POS-TAL The jwttal receipts for -April amount- ed to AVENUE s to the on The new taxes on letters, satent medl- cines, came into effect iiu 15. and the above amount these sources. a pint: Petition For Irrigation Water Ravmond, May petition be- circulated by tire board of trade asking the C.P.R. for more irrigation water and also the rithi of transfer, of water rights., is growing steadily, but there aM Still lots oi farmers, who want more water and- who ought to sign, the petit'ion. The petition will not go forward lot a few days and farmers may sign it. at either the Merchants' Bani or ine officf of the Raymond Leader. Th'- is open to everyone in the irrigated belt. United eliort will bring results. CITY AND DISTRICT Inspection Tria Superintendent Walker of the 0.1'. K.. has goue east as far as Dunmore on a trip of inspection. Back to the Farm H It Munroe, who has been eir- yiov'ed at the Good Co. during the win- ter." left last week for his hcniestead at Milk River. Church Re-opened. The Fifth avenue North Baptist rhurch was re-opened yesterday by the Pentecostal mission. Services will be held in this church hereafter on Sunday evening by the mission. Police Court the Police Court this morning, l wo Atistrians. Dan F-opoviki and Tonie Jaiiuk were fined the usual for being drunk and disorderly, and for participating in the usual Sunday ev. cning fracas at Staffordvilie. Memorial Service It has been suggested that a mem- orial service should be held in Lcth-; bridge in respect to the soldiers who' have iaiieu at the front.. The Minis- terial association is meeting this af- ternoon, and will, consider the matter. Open Office in Portland D L Kimhall left this morning for Portland, Ore., where Mrs. Kimball and tiie children are now located. Mr. Kimball and other real estate inter- ests are opening an office in Portland for the handling of Southern Alberta farm lands. Trades and Labor Council Notes A meeting of the Grievance and Ar- ion committee, connected with with tbe ri.uostion of two non- barber shons in the city. All of the Arbitration committee are requested to attend. 01 the i Distribute Seed Potatoes Von The Experimental farm has dislrl- hut a former j lOOil three-pound samples cf the nans in New York, but declared it are anxious tc try out tin, potatouTO was in paynrent oi a. debt. He also spring should send ill ine.i names admitted writing to a brother-in-law .without delay. _____ n New York asking him to do all in his power to assist two reservists, i Good Prospects Oxvgen is Nature's own re- it would- It is a last resource to When applied to the skin in proper manner it keeps the pore? Honours, the We of the skin tissues, removes dis- coloration'. by sun and wind- heals any a'brasions or sores, tiny or great. That is one of the r.Mona why NYAL'S FACE CREAM Is such a good thiflg to use. It is also greasclesi and dries into the skin without i trace. big pot for a quarter. We know you will like it- The Red Cross Drug Book Linital Phone 555 Third AvB. S. Notlcel for Column ihould reach 4hii Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication Court Star of Lethbridge SO'J5 A. O. F meet tonight in l.O.O.F. hall at S p.m. sharp. A full attendance is re- quested. Visiting brethren 'welcome. Absolutely The Best Value CITY AND DISTRICT Police Estimates The estimate for the city police for ibis yer.r total a net amount of 59600, as presented to the council thiB morn- ing. These will be considered with other city estimates. Reward Offered The Police Commission recommend Labor Men Will Oppose Prohibition One of the most important conven- tions ever held province under the auspices of organized labor was convened at Calgary on Saturday by the offering of a reward of SS.UO for Alberta Federation oi Labor information leading to the conviction 'resolutions it.tfi rir of persons breaking into or damagii erupts- buildings about the city. Citizens of Bow Island Banquet W.A.Buchanan Bow Island, Mav Saturday Mav 3 Appareatl the whole proceedings .xwer. urauam oi uie ...iime IKS- m-ation division of the department Or Federation, was in tin, uia the interior, was in the city today. Alter preliminaries it evening W. A. Duchanan, M.P., was tendered a banquet Uy Bow' Island I ibcrals. Nearly fifty representative supporters oi Ur. Buchanan from the the attitude oi union men in the I town .-.nil district attended Hon. A forthcoming conS- ency, were present. K. A. Parker, president oi the local Liberal associ- ation was at the head oi the table and conducted tbe Dur- Maxwell Graham Returns' Lethbridse delegatesi were in at- MaxweM Graham of the Game Pres-; tendance. I'resiilcul AlexItoss oi the r.'-i. nrn I 1ml 111 tllC Clialt. decided to _ connection with th, of to' form the antelope preserve on Chin Coulee, with beau- bv- Mr._ Buchanan, Mr. McLean. Foremost_______ at Calgary, ami the follow- Joins Herald staff ling ollicors were elected: Alex. Clarence Sherlock a Koss, president, After boillnsi tiie water drinking purposes, we would suggest your sprinkling a few grains of ouriBsd ALUM into the receptacle (a half tea- spoonful is sufficient for'a gal- lon of thus making it more "sightly" and agreeable. In special packets. lOc The as re; ..lev. tea.r.ei' :agauia dock- M p.m. Sunday ai local people C.P.P. C The C.'P.R. li. ed at from L-iverpoo; are on board. glad to know that tcey safely ran the gauntlet of the German submarines. jjthbridge passengers will arrive here Friday learning. Death of Frank Gibson Frank G. Gibson, who has been a clerl; at the Windsor Hotel for the past four years, died at the Gait hos- pital last night after a two-weeks' il'i- ness. Deceased came from Scotland four vears ago, and leaves a widowed mother who has been dependent on him, and two sisters. The only rcSs.- tives in thio country are Mrs. J. K. Warnoclt of Barons and 7Jrs. Wm. F. Imison ot Nobleford, 'who are cousins. He was a quiet young man of good habits and was much respected b H was unanimously decided that the Federation go on record as being opposed to any prohibition legislation at the present time. Another question taken up by the convention was. that oi members "i Bov'd P. Leniarsh and McDougall, of V.'i'nnifred, A. H. Kygg. Burdett, OUT llow.-ll, F. Werts and Fred Drown, How Island. The ban- quet'was a most enjoyable and suc- cessful afTair. The Bow Island Liber- als arc a live and energetic, body.. Srned V the act Charles Kane, among other farmers chlltuh parade at St. s the men who had been assisted is jubilant over prospects for a bis, Rcv.-Canon right were reservists. The case is prcceed-. crop this year. He says he tf tcd service. Taking as his more favoranle. His ai-, i-hinna TWO BATTALIONS REPORTED ANNIHILATED Ottawa, Ont., 'May rubr-mongeis haic have circu- lated sensational stories with regard to the 13th and 14 Bat- talions, some of tbe stories be- ing to the effect that these bodies of Canadian troops were annihilated in the fighting nea Knights of Pythias Attend Services .LM tuiau iieuijit convention was. iiiuu u, friends will be I the Jlongolian race being in the kitch- o{ thus uopriving white help oi a means oi livelihood, but Ihe hotel men were there with a signed statement that.at a specified date all Chinks and Japs will have notice to quit. LEGISLATE AGAINST NOISE AND SMOKE St. John, .N'.B.. 'May provin- cial legislature has passed an act for 'the prevention of smoke and noises In cities and towns. It gives-authority to cities or towns to make bylaws reg- UlEtLing Or uiui" ---ci bel'.s, blowing of whistles and sion of'smoke, is S100. The maximum penalty Thirty of tiie local chapter of the [Knights of Pythias attended the Charles Kane" farmers, j at St. Augustm's last Col Kemmis Inspects Regt. aj! conducted llie'service. Taking as his looks fine. He will have 480 acres in Ulial arc Caesar and cron in addition to his alfalfi. arm-1 tilings, inai. J e tne men lere in the iron Springs district are his he sfd. had for its patron saint Pythias and era in te ron busy hustling in_the.sefd. Cardston, May citizens oi a" course of his world today. Canon Murrcll- Cardston are becoming reconciled In Mr vis-' defined the work oi the order the thought of losing (he soldiers who f and the Canadianiziiig of the are expecting to be moved to Calgary :iteu Lue _, .tnj ni wl to be [1 ele are 'mt irrigated districts ments oi immigration whicl sould at any time, and .that they will be thc meeting'soon. be pouring, into new missed goes .without saying. Diumg At ije v melti pot. The, message the three months they have Irauien of districts the church to the inotherhood wdb louthern A'iberta. This ions of hearty wishes ;of arge will 'be held from Fetterly's undertak- willbe he rom eer ing parlor5 tomorrow at 2 o'clock m been sold t.; CANADIAN HOMES OFFERED FO R Til L WOUNDED ground with the 'baud at the head. a daily eyp.nt of some importance. I received a surprise visit on Thursday from I.ieut.-lol. Kciurois, onicer comiuanding i'thc regiment, who inspected the squadron on Friday. The boys pro- evening in the Board of Trade rooms. He called attention to the corrup- ion in political Hie. "Quite irrespec- City Cancels Contract i tive oi pai t> The fi'.v CommiESione.-B have jnto the pulpit, he sain, cancel their j5 sore'at. A Hotel on the SL Lawrence offered by Sir GERMANS TRY TO SCARE PASSENGERS ON LUSITANIA New -York, N.Y., May t f prominent passengers .taking passage on the giant Cunarder Lusitania found anonymous telegrams waiting aboard, (or them, announcing lhat the Lusi- tania would be sunk on her trip to Liv- erpool. Strangers circulated among the passengers, assuring them that the ship would be sunk, Mid disappeared when the Ounarder's detectives f ed to get them. Special Agent Cram- er, of the liner, stated that he believ- ed Germans were trying to intimidate passengers and make them believe tha British liner wns unsafe. Not a single passenger cancelled sailings. At the state department, the. advertised warn- taken seriously. It was de- ...at the German'Ambassador, ignoring this government, was ad- dressing its people through ordinary advertisement. The German Em- bassy issued a statement saying tnat wrely giving the people an- bodies of Canadian troops were l. ,V" The City commissioner hring into im: o! anriiliilated in the fighting near the regiment, who injected cUea they will cancel their is sore at heart, OTM some m Yrires in the absence of offi- squadron on Friday. The bov., fire- ent wltl, George Hatch regard-1 the disclosures at Ottawa cial mformation. it is believed a very smart appearance when of piggeries, at the n is FORGET HOME AT ST. IHFNE ALSO OFFER- ED FOR THE WOUNDED il officrr for the I ii fit o IT runril- cefs end men were tawn pns- v i ana oners but it is probable that liebt. and the colonel expressed Uwlwuilty Hats of the next -J UatMacI ion at the progress which .__ __in n-.it. i linf! d.strat is rejoicing m.nder of the 14th. Battalion. over the literal have and Col. Loomla is commander this part ol .he T at the 13tli vo word mr Thursdn and tne A ft IB been 4f lew days will clear .up the mat- ter. The official lists already that the losses of' the two regiments were heavy. Col. .Meishon Is the (om maiider of the. 14th. Battalion. 1 UlllDllU'll connection with his commission busi- ni'ss. some lime ago, secured an agree- satisfaction at the progress .whicl w h (or Hle use of e.v the squadron had made. The colonel I slableg, eiL.., for keeping o, vss accompanitd by W. the allege he ncwjiison, IMUT-I gimen.t, and left oii Saturday morn- ing for Pincher Creek. of the nrovisjons o whS, thccontract cancelled. Trr R.vaU Orderi.es, _the .nodern -as honest, I His closing thought udS that it Canada is to help in retaining the Kreatncss of the cmpiK, our iasw oi in business .fife must he righteousness tte imib. ness and it calls tor righleoUBness render unto Caesar the IMna lhat ?Jd U calls tor righteousness .in are CacsafV. and itntc Owl the ThS whotre waging it. things that are Hod's. this sort oi thing SEIZE CONTRABAND- CARRYING GREEK STEAMER 'myth. England, -May Orook jteamshli) Fotis. which sailed from Oalvoston and Norfolk three weeks ago, for Rotterdam, has been brought Into m charge of a nrize crew. It Is stated that the vessel carried contraband in inosc WHO r, Canada rises above this sort oi thing she can never expect to take her place oi inlluence in the affaus of ;