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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel in Ubirta SOME EXTRA GOOD VALUES 51.25 BUYS 100 Ibr. OF GOOD ALBERTA POTATOES. BUYS A CASE OF HARVEST BRAND ASSORT- ED CORN. PEAS AND BEANS. BUYS A CASE OF.GOOD WINTER APPLES. S1.35 BUYS A 90 Ib SACK OF BEST ONTARIO POTATOES office: THE GOOD CO. Phonel271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Fh'ne 5Z5 WEATHER New Business Opened THE LETHBRIDGE VULCANIZING SPECIALISTS Produce work in Auto Tyrs Repairing of all kinds and Guarantee Their Work. E. Chaplin Son, Props. OLD SPORTING GOODS STAND On Fifth Street McNabb's Saddlery. Edmonton, iair lied Deer. Hear I'algury, fair Macleod, cloluly Medicine- Hnt- fair Prince Albert, cloudy Mouse Jaw. Hear Urandim, fair Hurt Arthur, snow NelEun BaUlcford, cloudy.......... 57 3G 60 3li 33 42 til till 28 IB 3ii ti-l IS K5 .03 56 3-1 .'12 117 4L .56 38 50 31 .17 .36 76 Regina, clear Kamloops The weather over ail the praine provinces has been mostly cloudy gnd liriit snowfall. "FORECAST All today and on Thursday, not much change in smperature. Free Bible Lecture BY PAUL S. L. JOHNSON Distress of Nations an Evi- deni-e of the Overthrow of Satan's Empire." Thursday, May 6th, at 8.00 p.m. CONSERVATORY AUDITORIUM Corner Fifth Avenue and Eleventh Street. South. ALL WELCOME! NO COLLECTION! 5ITY AND DISTRICT! _______ I Special Services Special services are being held each evening this week- in the Christian i church, at S o'clock. Rev. W. C.. j Asher is speaking on specially select-1 ed topics. The meetings are very in- j cresting. Masonic Meeting Tomorrow Lelhbridge Lodge No. 39, A.F, 4.M., will meet in emergent session omorrow i Thursday) night in the Masonic halL S.O.JI-. block, at S p.m. The third degree will be conferred and brethren will receive a hearty velcome. I C E Delivered Daily to all parts of the city We guarantee to satisfy you regarding your ice supply. RATES 10 Ibs. per month SO Ibs. per month 30 Ibs. per month Western Transfer Co. Limited. FLAX WILL HELP INCREASE I ACREAGE UNDER CROP 'THIS YEAR. i Flax has two unique features which make it valuable this year when everybody is anxious to get just as [many acres under crop-as possible. j The first is that under normal con iiliiions ii can -be .sown as late as the ;iirst of June, and still mature pro- perly. Tins gives a farmer a chance !to put in a good acreage of flax after iit is 100 late for wheat. -rue second, is ;hat it does well on first breaking1, and improves the l at the same time. A crop of flax leaves the soil in as good condition i for wheat thp second year as does a bummerfallow. and the crop is JUST so much, to the good. As October flax is selling now around9 and the linseed oil mar- ket is strong, an acre of flax this year will probably be worth as much more than an acre of any other 1 JOHN BARLEYCORN .1 FRED SMITH NEW BOW ISLAND COUNCILLOR Bow Island. Alia., .May a election to fill a vacancy in the coun- cil created by the resignation of R. H. lioherton, to accept ihe position of mayor, Fred Smith was elected by a majority of nine votes. 1 GUARD BRIDGES FROM FIREBUGS Vancouver.'B.C., -31 ay the re- su'it of uvo fires which" broke out on the Granville street bridge, all the bridges of the city guarded to prevent further losses by fires, which the authorities declare to be of incen- diary origin. The fires were subdued with small losses. Incendiaries are believed to have set fire to the bridg- es here last week, causing approxi- mately loss. May is a Busy Month For Moths Moths are very active at this reason and if you wish to against Ilieir ravages you should use preventive measures now. Don't place your woollen gar- aients. etc...away without nla-cme something in them tmu guarantee their salety. we have full strength CAMPHOR FLAKES CEDAR FLAKES and also MOTH PROOF BAGS. The Red Crass Drug Book lY, Limited Third Ave. 3. Re-Opens Pavilion Bradbeer, who lias been at the coast for the past four years, returned .0 Lethbridge yesterday morning, and has leased the pavilion at Henderson Lake for the season. He has cleaned up the pavilion and has everything ready for the opening tonight. Cardston Boys Attend Several local boys in training with the C.M.R. at Cardston, who were on e in the city, were-given, an ex- tension of their leave yesterday by Major Brown, in order to permit ihera attend the farewell reception to Nurse Roth the first Red Gross uurse to leave the city for the front. Service of Intercession at St. Cyprian's The usual mid-week service of in- j tercession on behalf of peace and of j our soldiers and sailors; who are laying down their lives freely and willingly for the honor of our Empire, will be held in St. Cyprian's Church this ev- ening at-8 HP.V.. nflnon--AIe- Milleu will conduct the service. Death of Old-Timer William Forbes, who lias resided Lethbridge for over 25 years died at his residence, 225 Sixteenth, street North early this morning. Mr. Forbes was'for many years.in charge of.the Alberta Sheep Co., a local concern. During the past' two years he' has been a confirmed invalid, and leaves a wife and three children to mourn his loss.- The funeral will take place tomorrow (Thursday) afternoon, four o'clock from his'residence. Flnricfc Potted lIUllOlU Plants, Vegetables Frache Bros. Famous Dancer Gives Complexion Secrets Basket Ware Japanese Bamboo IN TRAY SETS SANDWICH BASKETS FLOWER. BASKETS WASTE PAPER BASKETS VASES. U" Indian Grassware ASSORTMENT. Baby Baskets SIX DIFFERENT DESIGNS. Inspect our Window Display. j J Jpottiam tf Go. LtB. ALL Kentishmen Are Invited to Attend the Farewell Supper And Concert to The KENTISH MEMBERS OF THE C. E: F. S O. E. HALL SATURDAY MAY S AT. 7 O'CLOCK. Tickets 75c can be obtained of the Secretary ALFALFA SEED Farmer: Your Opportunity .to plant some of the seed-that hits made Alfalfa King Tanner famous throughout tho AYest. have secured his entire crop and nrc giving .it liual cleaning before offering for sale. Order-Early. Do not let this ohauce .get away from .you. 20 cents per pound i'.o.b. Lelhb.ddgc or Kay-moiul. Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Ltd LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CITY AND DISTRICT Self-Denial Week Salvataiou Army workers in the i city are soliciting subscriptions lor their self-denial fund. f (r JOHN BARLEYCORN LIBERALS Freight Agent Here S. E. Holly man. travelling freight agent for the C.P.R., is a guest at the Alexandra today. B. of T. Luncheon The regular meeting of the council of the Lethbridge Board of Trade wfil be held aat the luncheon in the .Lethbridge Hotel tomorrow, Thurs- day, at 12.30. Funeral at 2.30 The funeral of the late Joseph Ad- ams, who died at his home oil Sunday, will be held1 from Fetterry's' undertak- ing parlors tomorrow afternoon at 2.30 o'clock. Personal Mention Frank Wniteaide, M.P.P., was a vis- itor to the city today from Castor. Dr. J. C. .Miller, superintendent of technical education, was a guest at the Lethbridge hotel today. Street Railway Returns Returns of the Street railway de- partment for April show that the earn- ings have maintained the average Qi [March, figuring on one day less in op- eraiion. The number of passengers [carried during April was with an average daily of-2243t as against an average for March of The total earnings were as ag- ainst ?3494.36 for March. Burdett, Alta.. 'May rousing meeting of .the Liberal forces was .held here last night. Jt was not a public meeting, but a gath- ering of citizens interested in the wel- the'Candidature of A. Buch- anan, the present M.'P., who has many warm friends here. R. W. Fletcher presided over the meeting, and in ad- dition to about 40 Durdett Liberals, there were-prespnt delegations of Bow island and Grassy Lake Liberals. Prior to the election of officers, addresses on the.importance of organization were made by -Mr. Buchanan, R. A. Park- er and -P. 'Xv; Brown, Bow Island; W. O Laraen.anfi-George Haley, Grassy '.Lake. The election of. officers of the as- sociation resulted, us follows: Hon. A. Buchanan, -U. president', Fletcher; vice- -Thos. Burns, F. A. Lum- bard and G; H. Johnston; secretary, A. H. 'executive committee. .1. H. Sandy, 'S.'T. A. Pool. Win Bartoni Carl Kimhlin. Henderson Pavilion Opens TO-NIGHT Refreshments Wm. Bradbeer At the Stokes-Stephens Well J. J. Mc.N'iiught. driller for tho Stolses-Stenhens Oil Co.. went south this morning to the company's weiring the Sweetgrass district. The well now do'wn to a death of 400 feet, anil ffieials state that indications for oil ire excellent. The drilling is being rushed abend. New Camp Ready Soon The big concentration camp for Al- berta's overseas forces, lo lie held at the Sarcee Reserve. Calgary, Is ex- pected to open on May lii.. and the mounted regiments, which have been training at Carrtston and Pinclior Creek will take up their quarters there at once. There will be over tiOOO men under canvas in the new camp. Men of sedentary habits find Be.vall Orderlies the ideal their_ ac- tion being gentle, and natural. Sold only by J. D. Higinbotham Co., Limitcii, tlio licxall store, 25c., and 50c. boxes. MARKETS WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, Man., May Opening and closing prices on the local grain exchange today were: Wheat- May J I've learned the secret of Dolores' en- trancing wondrous charm that, lias dazzled tho courts of Europw and cap- t J.......... livatcd vast audiences everyivliere. The October...... famous dancer abhors rouges a'uU cos- Yet UespUo the strenuosity 1641J 162% 126 165 161% her life. Tibler LOCAL MARKETS Track prices: No. I Northern Xo._2 Northern Xo. :i Northern Wagon load lots: Xo. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern No. 'f, Northern A. R. prices' same, plexlon best descrllMrtl as Indescribable." An intimate rrirmd tells uio the senoHta regularly use3 on.tier face what druggists know as mercollzed wax. Tilly is applied May July Wi.% 81 at night in the manner cold cream is used F-I..V__ 1 Khecl on In the morning. It 'absorbs "m 145 14.r> 14ii ]3S oY fifciri which ally "a p- May I and "a fair, .soft, fresli. girliah com- iiiiy is always ic evidence Dclorcx skin is marred by a single October wards wrinkle, not the finest line. Hbe j these off hy daily bathing Ihc a. so- lutlon made by aissuMna an ounce of 'powr- v tiered saxolitc in a half-pint witca nszel. No. 1 Northern Aa your drugstores keep those ingredients. vo 2 Vorihcrn !ns ircll a.s nnsrcolfzed wax (uue ounvo ol ilifl wait i.-, sufTicinntj. nu dculbt your reatt- up; will welcome ihfc Moore in Beauty 3 Mirror. 180% 183 1ST Closing Cash Prices 6314 UiVi ISO'S 183% 1 iff- Tennis Racquets We have just received ;t shipment of WRIGHT AND DICKSON LAWN TENNIS RACQUETS The Hesl ISiicquets ill: I-owcst Prices. Discount on ('lub Orders. Robertson's Bookstore NEXT TO LETHBRIDOE HOTEL. 75 YEARS OF PROGRESS THE OLD RELIABLE CUNARD LINE The World's Fastest Weekly Mail iml Passenger Ocean Service. Reduction Second Cabin Rates CCA STEAMERS, 50U INCLUDING LUSITANIA New Sailings ORDUNA (new triple screw) ......May 18 "TUSCANIA (new triple screw) ......May 21 LUSITANIA................May 29 "Filled ivitli Beared turbines. Prepaid passage arranged. Apply to any R.Il. or S.S.. Agonl, or THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP CO. 304 Street Winnipeg Oats- No. 2 C'. C. Ex. No. I Feed No. '1 Feed No. No. -t................. i FcOu No. 1 iV- W. C............ NO. 2 C. W............... Chicago Wheat May Ki2'4 July...... September......... I Minneapolis Wheat Mav............ 153% September !-J 03% .60% 60% 58 V, lTf% Close llil 134% 124 ..157% 153 121 LIVESTOCK PRICF.S YESTERDAY Gulgary, Hogs, t7.75: cattle, J7.60. Montreal: llcga, J9.EO: JS.35. Chicago: Hogs, J7.30-I7.65-, cattle, 90 per (Cent is lost It is a startling statement that of all the money paid by a leading life company to beneficiaries in seven years, 90% of it had been spent; or lost. Yet that was proved by a careful investigation to be the case. THE CANADA WILL PREVENT THIS LOSS. Through our Continuous Monthly Income policy your beneficiary will have absolute, certainty of an income of, say, monthly, which' cannpt be tampered with by foolish or 'designing advisers. This income is guaranteed for at least 20 years, so that should the :the die, it will continue till the youngest child is of age. There are a number of features which make this the ideal policy. Booklet No. 283 tells interestingly about them. A post card will bring it to you. Herbert C. Cox, President and General Manager. Wilson Skeith, Agents, Lethbridge ;