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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta KHIDAY, MAY 1910 THE LKTMBHIDGl? DAI1.V PAGE SEVEN YOUR WEEK-END GROCERIES FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Phone 1113 or 416 McKILLOPS NEXT HERALD OFFICE ONTARIO CHEESE per It) BRICK CHEESE, per II) LIMBURGER CHEESE 11) MCLAREN'S CHEESE In pots 1NGERSOLL CHEESE, COMB HONEY price HONEY in 5 Hi. PIMENTO CHEESE, IK.T package BULK QUEEN OLIVES per pint DR. RUSK CHICK FOOD Groceries 25c 40c 35c 35c 15c lOc 25c 90c HONEY, III 3% Ib. pails HONEY, iu bottles DURKEE SALAD DRESSING ROYAL SALAD DRESSING.......... PURE GOLD Salad 1'ow- der, 2 pkgs......... 25c 60c lOc 45c 35c TEA AND COFFEE Order a pound of our Bulk Tea in next order iOc Or a pound of .Fresh Ground cofi'ce at 40c CALIFORNIA STRAW- BERRIES, per box FRESH TOMATOES, per lb.............. per ASPARAGUS, 2 Ibs............... .CUCUMBERS, each................ RADISHES, per bunch Fruits and Vegetables 20c 20c 30c 35c 25c 5c FLORIDA GRAPE. FRUIT, 2 for LEMONS, largo size............ RHUBASB, -I ibs. ;or............. OHAN3ES, per 25c 30c 25c 50c 25c Anything made from flour STEPHEN'S GliEEN IN DUBLIN Which was held for three days by the Dublin Rioters, but has since been recaptured by Loyalist troops. For Hair Health Use Rexall '.'93" Hair Tonic. If it does not Improve the health of your hair and scalp we will pay for what you use FOR SALE BY J. HiKinbothaiii Co., Limited. LETHBRIDGE What the Press Agents Say At the Empress Tho Grip of Jculuuoy, a flvo Bluo Bird production, will bo tlio fea- ture tonight lit the UinpreBtt. It Is a story of a planters' t'eud, In which thuro iy a secret nmrriuKo, a niurdor, Chaplin will appear for the'lust time In the picture In tho Park. Tho pro- gram tonight is u particularly good 0110, At Starland The great three-reel war drama, England's vlll be the fea- ture at Starland for tonight and to- morrow. This wonderful picture which exposes the Gennnn spy sys- tem gives a splendid illustration of the grunt British navy in action. Tho films were taken .under the direction and with the spe-cial permission of the British admiralty. In addition to this feature, another of the famous Para- mount Travel tieries will bo shown I and also one of the celebrated car- toons of the Kaiser. Mr. Fleming .will sirifj the patriotic song "We Sweep the Seas." At the Orpbciun The Tenor, three parts, will he shown tonight at the Orpheum. An- tonio and Pa.uhi Sartori are left or- by the death of their mother. Paula is adopted by a rich American woman while Antonio is adopted by the chief of a wandering band of mu- sicians. Antonio and Miirlanna, the chief's daughter, grow up together. Years pass. Paula has confined him- self to close study of medicine and has become a well known surgeon. His foster-mother on her death bed tells him of his brother's whereabouts. He lias met Uotievieve Palmer, an heiress, and, becoming infatuated with her, marries her. Antonio has become a famous singers and he Jifid Marianna are making such a success together that they are called to America. His foster-father had died some years be- fore and on hia death bed gives to him a letter from the American wo- man telling of the adoption of Paula and where lie can be found. At the Majestic Did you ever ,how much meaning there is in the ordinary ex- pression "make George Mc- Manus, a cartoonist on the New York American staff, conceived the idea of two eccentric characters whom he called "mother" and "father." At j first the .pictures created but little comment, but like wine they Improv- ed with age. The father of successful cartoon plays began to sit up and j take notice. He quietly secured the stage rights to "bringing up Father" I and had a suitable book., and music written; rehearsed four companies of forty-five people each in a musical comedy entitled "Bringing up Father" and sailed forth to reap the benefit j of the most tremendous advertising j play ever had at the hands of the! newspapers of America. j "Bringing up Father" with Lite sub- stance which earned all of. its sue- j cess, wiil be at the -Majestic next Monday and Tuesday. See the play and determine whether it rightfully deserved the success it enjoys. More Interesting Evidence (CoifTIXUED Fitoii FROST PAGE) At yesterday's session Mr. Helhnuth read the correspondence netween Messrs. Russell and Lloyd Harris with the premier. After preliminary nego- tiations on May 13 they met and told the committee that they could under- take the manufacture of one-third of the order of On May Ifi Colonel Carnegie advisod them to hurry. On May 2J they wired that they had .proposed to submit, and on May wired they werp. coming to submit their proposal. On May they came and were told that the total order had been filled, though they offered to make time fuses at each, while the order was placed at ?4.25. On July 20 they were offered a contract for graze fuses at S4 each and at 53.50 each. They they asked that an advance be granted of but Colonel Carnegie refused, saying that no advances were granted excepting on cartridge shells. They had since "omul out that 15 per cent advance lad been given to the American t'om- :anies. On the same basis the Kus- scll company should have secured They were now prepared to ill the order, however, and could un- lertake a larger order of graze fuses at any time. 12.CCO Per Day W. Lyon Brown, civilian assistant uspector to Chief Inspector Woods of Woolwich arsenal, and now engaged as fuse inspector at the International Ymerican and Russell factories, said he International company was now iirning out fuses at the rate oC iOO a day. They had arrived at this Inge nbout a month ago. They be- gan to turn out a fuse which passed ta test eight months after the con-' ract was let on February 10. They could'make up a day. The use being turned out was very good, would not say Just how favor? nbly it compared with the British, made fuses. Questioned by Mr. Cnrvell, witness stated that though the contract of the tussell company was let two months ater than fliat to the American com- lany, both companies started dellver- ng at the same time, In December. Witness stated that W. .1. Danfield vlio was looking after parts for ntcniational Fuse company, a Canadian. Did Not Have Plant "When the International Fuse com- any secured its asked Mr. larvell, "did it have any plant of its The following is thn uggtmla of the bii; Alberta Methodist conference which is to convene horo on May Slst. Tho first session will be held at a.m. Wednesday, May 31st. when appointment of committees will take The l-.nsir.r.sK. Tlin rniituliiditr of the progntm for tho conference is an follows: 8.00 P. -M. 12.00 A. M. 2.00 P. M. 3.30 P. M. G.OU P. M. I 10.00 A. M. 11.000 A. M. 12.00 A. M. 5.00 P. M. 8.UO P. M. 10.00 A. M. A. M. 5.30 A. M. 7.30 P. M. 10.00 A. M. 12.00 A.M. 9.00 A. M. 10.00 A. M. 12.00 A. M. 5.00'P.M. 8.00 P. M. EVENING SESSION. Worship. Business. Report of Committee on Quostlonairre, joint moot ing of .Laymen ami Ministers. Adjournment. THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1916. Opening Service, conducted by the President. Address by thn Gen em I Superintendent. Roil Call. Election of Officers. AnnouiKJi'UHtVit of Committees. Reference of District Resolutions to Conference Com- mittee. Report of Conference Special Committee. General IHisiiH'fR. Adjournment.' AFTERNOON SESSION. Conference Committees in Group A. Conference Committees in Group It. Theological Union. Lecturr by Rev. J. W. Wilkiu, Subject: "The Demands of the Modern Puptt." EVENING SESSION. Missionary Anniversary. Chairman, W. Hunt. Uov. E. Manning, Associate Secretary for Home Missions, and Rev. F. C. Stephenson, M.D., Secre- tary of tiie Voung People's Forward Movement for Mis- siona. FRIDAY, JUNE, 2ND. Worship. Address, "The War and by Rev. E. Yal Tilion, B. D. Reports of Committees. Reports of. Colleges. Adjournment, AFTERNOON SESSION. Worship. Reception of General Conference Officers. General Conference Officers or Representatives of the General Conference Departments, of our Theological Col- leges and of the Women's Missionary Society, will be al- lowed fifteen minutes for each deputation. All other dep- utations five minutes each. Reception of Delegations. General Business, Adjournment. EVENING SESSION. Public Service. Reception of Probationers into full connection with the Ministry. Resolution for reception to be moved by the Secretary of Conference, seconded by the Rev. S. W. Fallis, who will address the young men. SATURDAY, JUNE .3RD..... Worship. Address, "The War and Social by Rev. C. H. Hueatis. M.A., D.D. Reports of Committees and Gsneral Business. Memorial Service, conducted'by the Presldent'of'Conference SUNDAY, JUNE, 4TH. Conference Love Peaat, in Wesley Hall, led by Rev. Arthur Earner. Public Service. Ordination Sermon, by llev. S. D. Chowu, D.D., General Superintendent, followed by the Ordination Service. SUNDAY SCHOOL SESSION. Sunday School and Young People's Session. -Address by Rev. J. P.'Westman, Field Secretary of De- partment of Sunday Schools and Young1 People's Societies for Alberta and B. C. Public Worship. Sermon by Rev. J. W. Graham, D.D., General Secretary at Education of the Methodist Church. Conference Sacramental Service, conducted by the Presi- dent of Conference. MONDAY, JUNE 5TH. Worship. Address, "The War and World by Rev. W. L. Armstrong, D. D. Reports of Committees and General Business. Adjournment, AFTERNOON SESSION. Worship. Reports of Committees. Adjournment. EVENING SESSION. Public Patriotic Meeting, in honor of members ot: Confer- ence and other Methodists ot Alberta who have enlisted for the Defence of the Kmpire. Chairman, Rev. S. D. Chown. D.D., General Superin- tendent. Speakers, Brigadier-General 13. A. Cnrickshanks, G.O.C. District No. 13. Hon. Lieut-Col. R. B. Bennett, ICC., M.P. Capt. Robt. Pearson, B.A., S9th Batt. C.E.P. Music will bo furnished by the Alberta Musical Festival Chorus. Conductor, Claude Hughes. TUESDAY, JUNE 6TH. Worship. Address, "The War and the- New by Rev. G. W. Kerby, D. D. Reports of Committees and General Business. Adjournment. AFTERNOON SESSION. Worship. Reports and General Business. Adjournment. EVENING SESSION. Public Meeting. Subject: "Dominion-Wide Prohibition." Addresses by Rev. T. Albert Moore, DD., General Sec- retary of the Department ot Social Service and Evan- gelism, and Rev. A. W. Coone, S.T.L., General Secretary Alberta Temperance and Moral Reform League. Chairman, Edward Michener, M.L.A. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7TH. Closing of Conference. "Their plant is absolutely new. Both I FOUND GUILTY OF the American and the International j LIBELLING WASHINGTON company constructed their plants J Tacoma, May verdict of guilty since receiving their contracts in j was returned tonight by the superior June. There was one converted build-; court Jury that for Tour days ha; added the witness. been sitting in the trial of Paul H. Haffer, 'Don't you think that such plants n young Tacoma socialist, accused of could have been built in libelling the memory of George Wash- "If you have the money, ye: the witness. said 1 ington. Attorneys say the case seta a precedent for the entire country. Better than any other cocoa on the better because only the finest and most expensive products are used in the manufac- ture of Cowan's Perfection Cocoa. The Autocrat of the Breakfast Table of the Ti 'ji Table, and. in .bits, too. is thousands of of. tliu BLUE RIBBON And Bluo 'Gibbon Tea is a rleliglilful at the Western almost, as i-heap. Drink Blue Ribbon Tea for your health's sake. Buy it for your pocket's sake. And note the jnw perfect protection against the eneniie.s of good and moisture. A money-back guarantee goes with each packet. Ask your Grocer The Best Sellers Neilson's Chocolates are like good never pall That is why they are known to the trade as the "Best Sellers" and known to the public as "The Qiocolates That Are Different." D. Higinbotham Co., Limited, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CHEMiSTS PHONE 322 Our stock of NeUson's Is always fresh and varied Prices range from 50 cents to Neilson's Chocolates are sold by the Frank Hedley Drug Co. E onilon, -May house of com mans tonight passed the second read- ing of the military service bill for immediate general military compul- sion. A motion by Richard D. Holt, Radical, to reject the U1I, was pre- viously defeated 328 to 36. The debate on the bill developed no important new points. David Lloyd George, the minister of munitions pre- sented strong arguments in its favor, id declared that he would rather1 be driven out of the Liberal party, and even out of political life, than to have ipon his conscience the responsibility- of refusing the military demands for men which might constitute the dif- 'erence between defeat'a'n'd'victory." Sir John Simon, ,the former homo secretary, in opposing; the bill, reit- erated that it was not alone a' ques- ion for the military to Ttfefe' vas no evidence, he said that the iiil would really add to Great Britr in's national force and strength. It could create a maximum amount of lardshlp, with minimum Nobody who had hoard Lloyd George today, lie commented. wouiO uppose that he was the same man vlio, a year ago, emphasized the part1 Linglund must play in the economics if the war. Arthur of, the ioard of education and leader of the or the that in the ecret session the government- had ouvlnced a majority of the house that he military situation required more len, and the government had decided hat was the number that ould be spared from industry. The overnment had not allowed the gen- staff to override its views and he was personally convinced that ternative to conscription wait defeat; AGAIN REMANDED Reglna, Sask., May wnrd H. DevIIne, M.L.A., for Kinistino, and B. L, H. Smith. former bank manager here, an- peared In police court again. this morning on charges ing out of the road work frauds. and were remanded for an- other week. HUSBAND OBJECTS TO OPERATION Wife Cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Compound Java Is estimated to havo exported pounds of tea In 1816 compared with pounds the year before. A Chicago inventor's attachment for motion picture projectors reels a Him after it has been exhibited from tho outside center, so that it1 will not have to rehandled lie- fore being shown again. Des Moines, Four I was very sick and my life was nearly spent The stated that I would never get well with- out an operation and that without it I would not live one year. My husband objected to any operation and got me some of Lydia B. Pinkhsm'B Vegeta- ble Compound. Itook it and commenced to get better p.nd now well, am B tout and able to do my own housework. I can recommend the Vegetable Com- pound to any woman who is sick and run down as a wonderful 'strength and health restorer. My husband says I would have been in my grave ere If it had not been for your Vegetable BLANCHE JEFFER- SON, 703 Lyon St, Des Moines, Before submitting to a surgical opera- tion it is wise to try to build up female system cure mentswith LydU.E. Pinkhsm'o Vefe- Uble Compound; it hM may women from surgical operttioat. Write to the E. Medicine. Mr will ;