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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, MAY 7, .1915 for Saturday Fresh Tomatoes, per Strawberries, per-box Grape'Fruit, extra" large. 2 for Celery, Florida Cucumbers, 25c. 30f and Radishes, Lettuce and Onions .Rhubarb, six pounds for Lemons, per dozen........ Bananas, per dozen, 25c and.. Dairy Butter, per Creamery Butter, per ft 25c 20c 25c 15c 35c 25c 25c 30c 35c 40c Bacon Fancy Back Bacon, per Shoulders, per ft............... 15C Fresh Eggrs, per doz.............20C Extra Fine White Potatoes, sack Canned Vegetables Peas, Beans, 10C Tomatoes, 2 cnns for................25C Fresh Ground Coffee, tb............ 40C Bulb Tea, per 40c Jams Raspberry and Apple Strawberry and Apple----- Plum 50 C H. A. McKILLOP Phones 1113 and Mother's Day Wear a Flower for Mother's Sake To honor the bett mother that ever own This is the Purpose of Mother's Day SUNDAY, MAY 9th, 1915 ".White Flbwcn for Mothsr in memory doif, Colored Flowtn for Mothtr who itlll li We a very supply of CARNATIONS and other for Mother1! Day and are In a position to supply every -with a Floorer. The Terrill Floral Company CORNER 11th AND 4th AVINUE SOUTH. HiAW GUNS FOR Rotwriam, Stay dispatch bum that two trains, car- rying nii funs of the newest type and heaviest calibre, passed through that city, last night, en route to Ostend.- Are You Helping Your Home Town? Lethbridge Typographical Union is de- lighted at -the-way -in which maiiy of the lo- cal merchants have responded to their ap- peal to deal "with local printers when re- quiring job work. But there are others irtto complain of hard times and who hold up their handi in indication at-'the disloyalty of people sending down to mail order hoiiiM for their requirements, yet these same merchuts have all their printing shipped in. Is it fair or Just? Merchants should ftlso remember that there are at least 100 of the population of are more or less directly interested in the printing .business, and every dollar spent with them is cir- oulated in Letnbrigdf. Weigh this matter over in your mind carefully and then we are sure that you will send your next printing order to.one of the following The Lethbridge Herald, The Lethbridge Telegram The Quick Print Printers and Stationers enly turn put work of the hiflheit djts, but ire to put tho Union on the which li the only turt guirintit thit tho work wu done In thl> city. LUSITANIA SUNK CONTINUED FROM FRONT To Rtocuc Qunenstown, liny 7, j.ui.-Ira- mediately the news of the lornedows of tht Luiitania received here tho idmlral in command ot the naval station dispatched to tho, seme all assistance nvailablo. The tugs Wor- rier, Storm-Cock and Julia, toMthn- wiUi live trawlers ami tho locul lile- hoivts in tow of o tug wero hurried to sea. No Newt of Bulletin, Qucenstown, -1 p. admiralty offices here have no news concerning the salety of the passen- gers and the crew ot the Lusltauia. London Report London, May Uunard liner Lusitaaia from New York May 1, for Liverpool with passengers on board was torpedoed at about, a o'clock this nftcruoon at a point about ten miles off Old Head, Kins- ale. Ireland and later went down. It is believed that her passengers aie saved. No details of how they may -have been rescued, however, are at "hand. One message received here says "It- is not known how many of the Lusitanin's passengers were saved." Relief was immediately sent out from Queenstown. If she floated a reasonable length of time before go- ing down it is possible that some oi the rescuing ships got t-o her side. It is believed that the Lusitania's wa- ter tight bulkheads would tend to keep her alloat. Two. hundred .of the passengers aboard the Cunarder were transferred to her from the steamer Cameronia before she left New York. ence of German submarines in the trans-Atlantic lanes oi travel has beea indicated by the sinking during the last few days of other British vessels of! the Irish coast. It was the Lusitania which last February made use of .the American flag to "protect- her from possible at- tack on the part of the German un- der-sea boats. The report received here says lir-er was eight miles off the Irish coast when she went down. I LOIMH on New York, May oi the linking ot tlic Lusitmiia was lol- lowed by enormous selling orders on stocK exchange. Losses rank from ;ti to 12 points.in sUmlurd stock and 115 to 30 in war specialties with u few suhstantial recoveries in iiiD final j dealings. Phe closing was weak. I Description of Boat I The Koyal naval reserve S. S. Lu- sitauia, together with her sister ship the Maurctania, was built by special arrangement, between the admiralty. 'und the Cimard S." S. Co., tho goy-' ernuient navine a stihsidv of two mil- lion pounds sterling, and in return the ships were built from what was practically admiralty design, with particular" attention to the nead of the fast unarmored cruiser, such as guu positions, coal etc. Tho entire crews were nearly all reserve men, and guns were carried in the hold, so that at shortest no- tice the Atlantic liners could be con- verted into ships of war. The annovmceminii was made yes- terday that the 'admiralty has re- leased" the Mauritania, which was to resume sailings bet-ween Liverpool and New York. Ten years ago wbsn these ships were projected, the bat-tic cruiser was unknown and these two ships with nominal speed oi twenty-five knots, frequently exceeded in prac- tice. were a reply to tlie fast imarm- ored German cruisers then btlilt, whose declared object was to prey on enemy's commerce. The admiralty, was "much criticized at the time, both by supporters and opponents of the government, for tying up so large a sum in ships whose naval value was problematic, but lor the time being they were the fastest ocean-going craft in the world, and as liners long had undisputed favor with the weaU ithy trans-Atlantic travelling .public. the Lusitania was built at- Clyde- bank, beine; commissioned and.regis- tered at Liverpool in 1S07. She has gross tonnage, with, a -length j oi 763 feet, beam 8S ieet. Cattle Buyer Was Shot Dead Vancouver, B.C., May George Brown, sr., is dead, killed Initantl? by a revolver shot; George Brown, his eon, and Merman Rosenbaum, who fir- ed the shoti, were taken dying to the Vancouver general .hospital, as a re- sult a shooting affray in a meat market at 410 Fender street East, at noon today. The younger JSrown died late this afternoon. There is no chance of Rosenbaum's recovery. Rosaabaurn was a frequent visitor to Calgary, miking periodical business trips from the for the purpose '.at buying cattle for the Vancouver Famous Toronto Theatre is Afire Toronto, May Princess Theatre in King street West, took fire from an unknown cause, at 2.30 o'clock this morning, and at 3 o'clock appear- ed doomed to total destruction. The firemen were struggling to confine the fire to the theatre building, but as a precautionary measure all the guests in the nearby Prince George, Iroquois, and- CJenessee hotels were I awakened, and were ready to leave at any moment. of Women's Summer HOSIERY We are clearing out all our Hosiery, and are offering values that cannot be equalled in Silk Lisle, Cotton, Soisette in black and col- Reg. 50c to 75c per pair for ors. These are values below today's wholesale cost. Get your share oi them. Children's Lisle Hose in black, tan and white, 35c, clearing 20C Women's and Children's Cotton Hose in black and tan, clearing, W. J. Nelson Sherlock Block "LAFE" YOUNG IS HELD IN .AUSTRIA Vienna, May 6. Former- United StatM Senator Young of Dee iloiara, la., accompanied by a former American deputy .consul at 'Berne, Switzerland, was arrested ata Inniiruok, Austria, yesterday, on sus- picion of espionage directed aialnst Mr. Young's companion. Mr. Young was promptly released with, apologies after a tew hours' detention In his hotel. LIBERAL M.P.P. UNSEATED Rejina, Sask., May Justice Newlands today handed down his de- ilsion in the Rosthern election protest jase, unseating W. B. Bashford, M.U who was elected last June as Lib- eral memher for the constituency. There are two hundred Toronto ap- plications for the Royal-Naval Air COALDALE NEWS Coaldalc, Alta.. Mc- Arthur left Monday for Minot, N.D., to accept a position in a drug store. Mliss" Kennedy from Lethimdgie. spent Sunday witn Mrs. Caloren. Messrs. Straley and Renfrow are shipping their, steam outfit to Grassy -Lake, -where they will put in crop their section of land recently ac- quired from D. L. IJimhall. The-Hay Growers' Hall Co. is today unloading" a car of and It is expected that the new, hall will ie com- pleted at an early: date. GANGER THEORY WINS PRIZE Chicago, III., May Mau de Slye, the University of Chicago medi- cal research worker, who .recently, qs- tahlished the theory that cancer is in- herited and not contagions, as a re- sult of ten years' experiments with 000 mice, was today awartjed the Howard Taylor Blcketts prize by tne faculty of the University-Medical hoard. R. J. Patterson, noteii in his own country, Ireland, as a temperance speaker, and well known in Eastern Canada, is to address two puhlic meetings here on Sunday in connec- tion with the prohibition campaign Mr. Patterson gained wide-spread recognition as the founder of the "Catch-Jly-Pal" temperance movtf- ment in Ireland, and he addresses packed houses in Eastern Canada and the United States as well as in Ire- land. He will speak under the auspices of tlie Men's Own in the afternoon at four o'clock, in St. Andrew's church, the-.-largest auditorium available on the north side. This meeting will be for men onlf on account of the size br the hall. At eight-thirty he speaks at a pub- lic meeting in the Majestic theatre on the subject, ance in Saving Men." Music will-be brnvirinri by 1-it'tny band. Ontario Premier is Seriously III Toronto, Ont., May G. Hon. William Howard Hearst, premier of Ontario, lies at his home, SO Glen road, in a very serious condition as a result of an attack of pneumonia. The physi- cians in attendance report that an urea of one luiip has been affected, but that in tho last three' days there has been no spread of tho disease. Dr. I Adam Wright states that the pneu- monia is taking its usua'l course, and no definite announcement can no marta regarding the Premier's condition. Taylor JfcVeity may he a candidate for the House bt Commons in Ot- tawa. NOTED TEMPERANCE'LECTURER R. Patterson, eloquent Irishman, who will .address a public gathering tlie interests of prohibition "In the Majestic Theatre Sunday-evening. PRINCE GEORGE CITY STAKED FOR GOLD -Prince George, B.C.. May. Hun one hundred-froe miners' licenses nave, been taken cut hero within, the last a great part of the city has been staked (or gold. Tho areas north of the railway tracks'at the junction of Neacho'and Fraeer rivers Is alive with placer .miners. ARE GERMANS MAKING BULLETS IN THE 'HAT? Medicine Hat, Alta., May the Germans of the city manufacturing bullets for the Fatherland? One of tlie policemen while making his rounds yesterday, found a German lad playing with a number'of bullets on tbe street. They were freshly made, andi he asked ed him where he got them. He re- plied "at and that his "mother -made them." The matter was reported to Chief Bruce, who has some six sam- ples of the bullets in his possession. He his a man looking Into the report.. FIRST .PEACE RIVER WHEAT, REACHES MARKET Winnipeg, ilan., Jlay first car of wheat ever shipped out of tbe Peace River country in northern Al- berta, has arrived at Winnipeg, G.T.P. officials report. It was grown at Vanrena, but how the wheat got from Vanrena to Peace j River Landing "'is- not known at the 'present time. 'From Peace River Land- ing to "Edmonton trip wns 'made by the Edmonton, :Dunvegan British Columbia'; Railway line.: It was then transferred nnd-'forward- ed to WiniSipeg.' MISS JANE ADAMS AND PEACE DELEGATES SAIL FOB THE HAGUE Headed bi Jtie Adams of ChlcaBO (fo rth from left) fhe bod> of the American delation to tlu Women? PC ice he held at The Hague beginning April 24th sailed from No, York aboard the Hollana American Una Mrs F Pethirk the dolegites, IB the werain left.. CongresJ which will -awifnoe, another of L C. TEEPLE Your Grocer PINEAPPLES Each...... dozen Tor Larger size .....25o and LEMONS, larire size per dozen 25c per dozen GRAPE .FRUIT 1QC each y......... IVW STRAWBERRIES' per basket CUCUMBERS, each RHUBARB, six pounds 25c NEW CABBAGE per pound 6c TOMATOES per pound 25c LETTUCE pound 30c CREAMETTS, per iKickage 15c FRENCH PEAS per tin 15c TOMATOES 3 (ins 35c p.W. or R.C. SOAP 2 pockagos for...... TPMw SUNLIGHT SOAP .1.1 bars for 3V V, LUX, Three Jor 25c IVORY .SOAP o roars for 25c 13. W., WASHING Two packets for PHQNg.515 KT 4TH AVE. J ;