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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta AY, Geo. KERR Cp. Family aijd Provision Merchants- THE .LETRIJRiDGE PAGB SEVEN CRYSTAL DAIRY BUTTER, per 'b...... D5o and E, 350, 75c 25c TOMATOES, Hygean Brand, 2 for CASTILE SOAP pur bar iMge size, A5C 2 dozen for .........___ doner. OEM 1ISc, Wi'.. Me. 30c and HEAD LETTUCE 2 for .................'_ GREEN ONIONS 4 9Rf> bunches for faWM RADllSES, 3 4A. bunches for 50c R. C. and 0. W. SOAP Jig. 2 packages 11 bars for ______ WASHING POWDER AKn 2 packages (or SLICED OX TONGUE Crtg Special 'Per 'lb......---- WMW CANADA FRESH MILK Eg Baby size ARMOUR'S CRAPS JSe, FLORIDA QRAPE FRUIT, Modlum three for Large slie two' 25c O.T., a mrrethine drink ORANOADE tor :45c 25c ..____ Sjer ,_ ilrTCHNES, Bruiwwlek i tint for........... MORBAY SHRIMPS In glass, 2 tor at lowMt TEA GARDEN JAM 6lb. pills- regular price DC n on nJe NEW CALIFORNIA CM CABBAGE, per Ib Vw 313 Fifth Street S. Phone 1453 Prompt Delivery to all parts of city. MAP ILLUSTRATING THE BATTLE OF LANGEMARGK TRIMMED HATS QUAKER BREAD CLEAN. SAVEET, STOTJRISHING YOU SHOULD-.SERVE IT YOUE TABLE THEEE TIMES A DAY 16 TICKETS JOR PHONE 378 AND HAVE THE DRI VEB CALL. LOOK FOli THE LA BEL ON MADE BY JOHN GILMQRE THE BAKER i May 7.-Travers ii a live town and the farmers who live in the surrounding country me also aliu j'und working early and late to 11 this season's crop a "hummer. There arc several "elds near ..here beautifully green with jrowinB wneal, and gardens which were planted car.y in April are lookius Our April this year was mote line 'June, as the and flovrers put in their appeurunce on the prairie car- i ly iu iho month. Sunny Alberta has i coino to ilG own. Mr. Mclntyrc oi Iron Springs, has just moveil to town and liuilt a fine new Blacksmith shop on Main street. The town now has two blacksmith shops, two hardware stores, two ernl stores, two restaurants, two liv- ery barns and two grain elevators. A third one, belonging to the farm- ers, hurucil down last fall, hut n. is expected that it will be rebuilt soon. We also have a harness shop, a bar- ber shop and pool room, two butcher a lumber ynnl and one iiiiple- jmrot building in charge oi H. L-l- rieii. Tlie farmers' union have a -large hall which is used for all important gatherings during the week and for church services en. Sunday, and last hut not least, we have a baseball j learn who think1 they cau do all 'other teams to a finish. Anywaj.i ithey can whip Lomond, and did it j easily. i Mr. has rented the Green- man building on Main street and will! move his family in at once. We would like tc have a good doc- tor and a dentist locate here. We al- so need a (lour mill1. We raise in this district some of the finest No. I hard wheat in Alberta, as the (ro.il sel- dom catches it, for it ripens here cariy. i The Lr. F. A. have over 100 laein- ;hcrs and they surely have brought many articles down in price. Tlie Ladies' Auxiliary of the A. hold meetings at the hall every two weeks. The Ladies' Aid meet once a month in the -Jones .building on Main St. We have organized an egg circle here, and '.vill ship strictly iresb stamped eggs hereafter. We have a large number of members in this cir- cle and expect many more as soon as we get well started. .Mrs. JI. Green- man is president o( the association Miss R. Greenman, sec.-treas., and Mr. W. Allen is manager. We had a fine shower of rain yes- terday, which will start all the grain growing which was sowed lately. Our mail still comes on Tuesdays and Saturdays by way o! Brooks. We I hope to have two trains a week be- fore long and are very anxious to 1 have the mail come by rail. Several of our homesteaders went o war, anil we fear from the lierce- icss of the lighting, that but few vill return unhurt. H. A. vho is with the 24th Battery en- camped at Shornclifie, Eng., reports lis company as having a fine timcv jut expected to go to the front soon. From Up On Sat. Afternoon Tbe Lethbridge Millinery Co., Ltd. 314 4th Ave. S. L. A. SCOTT, Mgr. FOR SATURDAY Fresh New Seasonable Merchan- dise of Quality priced as lew as Good Things can be sold. Another Complete New Stock of Ladies' Blouses and %1M Charges Untrue That German Internes are Very Lavishly Treatedj Charges published hi the '-'algaiy newspapers last evening to the eltecl that German internes ir. the l.oth- hridicc detention camp were being ev- tendcd all niaiinct ,il privileges at the r-mci'sc oi the Canadian government, and out ot all accord with what treatment of German prisoners should be, are. substantially without founda- "TI'IC charges W internes are allowed to drink ir, local bars, play HoH and enjoy other privileges, under escort oi course. It is quite true that ono or two German officers interned here enjoy pritileps oi nnicers mess. One ot them even plays goli uiidci escort. But these officers pay for Uicse privileges. They pay for then escorts when out oi the camp, 'they pav lor their meals at the same as they would pay it holding similar rank in the British army. That -is the Canadian regulation re- garding internes, and the officers are merely fulfilling their duties hcie when 'allowing the Herman officers such privileges. So far as the ordm- ,nrv German internes arc concerned, t'fiev are. allowed no privileges out- side of the ordinary benefits allowed all German internes in Canada. Whether the internes should be a.- I lowed privileges in .view oi the treatment being accorded British in- ternes in Germany, is oi course an- other -matter. The general opinion in the citv is that the internes here are bci'iiE pretty well fed and pretty well; treated generally, as compared British prisoners in Germany accord-. ing to all reports: The internes hale j good meals without a doubt, while this might be objected to so far as the internes themselves are concerned, local people argue that this has meant a substantial cir- i 'dilation of money amongst the local, merchants and has really redounded to the benefit of the community at large. Col. Stewart Interviewed I Col. Stewart, interviewed by Herald this morning, in regard to tie _ claims made by the Calgary Herald that local officers were with interned officers at the local re- tuition camp said "There is abso- hitclv ao truth in this statement, nor j grounds for truth. For myself the ex-, tent oi mv association with these i 'men is to'say 'Good day' when meet them. I am sure that the othel members of my stall do not lorget themselves any more than I do in this regard." There is considerable indication among the officers who iecl that they have been insulted by the Calgary 'paper's statement. Middies and White Skirts TO ARRIVE TODAY FRESH FROM THE EASTERN FACTORY Middies, run i" prices, down to Skirts run in nr'K's down it> S1_.25 Niagara Maid Silk Fabric Gloves This is a Canadian.made clove- that beats anyiliius before of- fered in quality and lirtce: Tvientyinch White Silk Gloves, double tip fingers. QQ per pair Twenty-four inch White Silk Gloves, double tip fingers ff-j gg per paii" FRENCH KID GLOVES AT BEFORE THE WAR PRICES The late Wm. Vallance, o! Hamil- ton left an estate valued at nearly SECOND ARMY'S OFFICERS NAMED Ont... May. ment is made in regard to the officers who will command Canada's second oreneas contingent, which will soon leave for the front In charge of Major- General S. B. Steele oi Winnipeg. The Ontario Infantry brigade will be commanded by Col. Lord Brooke, in place of Col. Septimus Denlson. -Who IE suffering from ill-health. The.Que- bec and Maritime provinces brigade will be in charge of Col. J. Landry of Quebec, while the western brigade will be In command of Col. H. D. B. Ketchen of Winnipeg. The contingent will consist of about men. Gen. Steele and staff will include Captain C. W. Cochrane ot Toronto; a son of Hon. Frank Cochrane and Captain Roy Montague of Winnipeg. Dr. Warnock, member for Macleod, has joined the remount department, and will be located In Montreal lor a while. SON OF CAPTAIN ALLEN DROWNED IN RAINY LAKE Fort Francis, Ont., May returning in a canoe to his lather's boat at the Devil's Cascades. Rainy kake, Tueaday night, William Allen, lird son of Captain Allen, was drown- SPECIAL OFFER MILLINERY SATURDAY Ladies' and Child- ren's Hats .Large stock of New i Hats and. Flowers just received. Miss C. A. Cooksley 407 Fifth Street S. FURTHER WORD OF DEATH OF GALLANT TORONTO- OFFICER Toronto, Ont, May suspense regarding the reported, death of Lieut. AV D P. Jarvis'was ended this morn- ing with the receipt of a cable by Miss Jarvis from her father, Amilius larvls, wlio is now in London, readins: Bennle writes Bfil killed on the SIR W. MACKENZIE SEES FINE CROP Montreal, Que., May William Mackenzie, bead ot the Canadian Northern Railway, w.ho returned last night from a trip over the western lines, brings glowing reports of the crop situation and weather conditions in western Canada. "Conditions out there could not be bettor" said Sir William. "The sea son has been ideal. The wheat Is wel up and the fields are green as far as can be seen. The crop is already two weeks ahead of year, and even i we get as dry weather as we had Oast July, the wheat will have received- such a splendid start tbat it will be able to withstand it.. It has.got off-to sue! a good start under such desirable con- ditions that there is-nothing to keen it back From all present indications there should be a., record-breakins crop.throughout the west." Sir. Wi'iliam states that optisrnism is the keynote in all the agricultural com- rnunitief 34in. Natural Pongee Silk At a Bargain for 40c.. Another good supply of this popular silk just to hand A splendid quality that makes up well into Dresses, or Pyjamas. While it lasts ai jier yard' ____ Lion Brand Boys' Suits New This Week We can recommend the wearing qualities of Lion brand Suits- they come in Norfolk styles and run in S.VoO, and A Good Tiriic to Buy Your Hosiery THF "HOLE-PROOF" LINE is now complete. Holeproof for women and children. OUARANTEED to wear six Sontbs wlthou" The only Hosiery with the maker's guarantee behind It. THE SIMPSON CO. Limited CANADIAN SAVS WAR WILL'LAST TWO YEARS Montreal, One., May C. .1. Swaddling of Cobours, Ont., returned, to Canada last night from the front, on the Al'ian liner invalided with wounds. Although be had been in six carnoaiEns-before, and bail as many wounds to show for it, he comes back convinced that for sneer mght- fulness every other war that has eier been waged in the world has been child's play to this one He went into it certain that the Germans would beaten before 1915, and he even pro- mised to be back in time for his son b birthday, January 27. Now lie be- lieves that the war will not be over before and that a great part of it from now 03 until its completion wl'il be siege warfare. BISHOP 0? LONDON PREACHES IN FIRING LINE Bishop of London. In the picture he i Recent leltcis from Canaduns des nbf> t Islt the soldiers, using an army transport wagon If these is any business that should have "CLEANLINESS" for its motto, that business is a MEAT MARKET There is satisfaction in buying meats from a Sanitary "Spick and Span" Market. Cleanliness and Quality First and Alwnys with us. You 'can't get Better Meat anywhere. Our ''Long Suit" is our ability to please the most particular people in the city. ___________. jii i 11 Order by Phone 492 customers are the kind who insist on buying only the best, .so we claim to be always reliable in Hie quality of our meats, and our service. The Alberta Meat Market THE HIGHEST iN 'itMUTY BUT NOT IN PRICE. ;