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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETH1JKIDGE 1) (V 1 i. Y H-ERALI) FRIDAY, MAY 7, Grocery Specials 20 Phone 1567 0 Ib SACK OF BEST SUGAR AND 1 Ib. BLUE RIB- jp QQ BON OR UPTON'S TEA for JELLY POWDERS 4 for............. fcWW QUAKER OATS 25C Per packap- fcww CORN. PEAS AND 4 BEANS, per tin Ww POTATOES ff1! OC JPI.OS BUTTER. No. 1.............. t 98rb Sack of HUNGARIAN one 16 or. tin of EGGO BAKING POWDER for WAGSTAFFE'S JAMS-PLUM. APRICOT AND tin WAGSTAFFE'S JAMS IN OTHER FLAVORS ST. CHARLES MILK Per tlu TOMATOES, 2 tins tor FRESH EGGS Per dozen RHUBARB, 6 Ibs. for.............. BUTTER, Creamery. No. PATENT FLOUR and ff KRINKLE-CORN FLAKES, Three packages for CANADIAN GINGER SNAPS 10c 25e 20c 25c 35c 4.25 65c 75c 25c 25c 25c Package of C j CQ V I "VKW One Sack of POTATOES and one QUAKER OATS for It will pay you to give us a call and we could teach your flol'a lo have more cents. Supina Mercantile Co. 127 15th Striet North Lethbridge Fernie Man Receives Instruct- ions to go to Front to Join the Princess Pats Ferule. B.C., May to the Jl. Malarkey of Coirl Creek has received a i-able from the front apprising him of Ihc loss ot his son. Hush -Malarkey. in the lighting in so many- of the Ferule lioys took purl a few clnyas afiO. Private lloblnson Is also reported as wounded in the same engagement. These seem to be but the forerunners o' many particulars yet to come. Walter Hall, another Penile boy is at Victoria in a detachment o[ the Canadian .Mounted Will's, semis word that he has received telegraphic or- ders to proceed at once to the front to join the Princess Pats. Young Hugh Malarkey went away with the first contingent last August, lieinc one of the first to enlist. A concert was sive" Christ Church last night, in which singers from all the other churches joined with the choir In presenting a very ex- cellent programme of quartettes, duets, solos and choruses. Many very excellent numbers were given, many receiving recalls. Tlie proceeds, over go to the Ladies' Gtirid' of Christ Church, and it is the intention to give similar con- cert- in all the churches in turn. Dr. 11. C. Perrin, director of music in .McGill University Conservatory of .Music. Montreal, is in town today conducting an examination in practical music of a class of ten pupils. Jive of the ten have already written and j passed in theorv of music. The class has been under the instruction of Miss Wrest, and wrote upon "theory" un- der supervision of Mr. E. G. Daniels, R principal of the Fernie school. EXPERIMENTAL FARM CATTLE, No. 3 Pen One of: llu pen" bought horn the Expc i imuihl Finn, vliidi will be on sale this Weok-End, in ou.r Lethbridge Markets. Nowhere else can you get tlic .same' til' quality, elean aiul eltieient service. Out olfujn Oii" trade (lOina-nus ilic ..icst. SATURDAY SPECIAL Guaranteed No. 1 Farmers' Dairy Butter, 2 His. for Special Narrow English Bacon, per pound 20C P. BURNS COMPANY Phone LIMITED. Phone 1388 ONEFOTJR NEWS Onefour, April Bluhl, of Mauyberries, was hunting lost MAKCH PAST BUCKINGHAM PALACE j locality, anit all correspondents agree see Thursday itliat the was put into wjnter's visit in Ontario, and is now hauling his seed grain from Govenloc.k. dications are iliat'there will be an increase in the wheat area which has been all the way from 20 to -10 per cent., much oi which is summerfallow or new land. A regiment of London Scottish on parade, passing Buckingham Palace. London. ATE PARSNIPS AND DIED I PUNCH'S TRIBUTE TO CANADA St. Thomas, Out.. May .Mrs. (Jeo. Andrews, 4S years cf age, of Ayltaer, ate snrouted parsnips at noon yesier-Oay and tffsd ai 11. SO o'clock the same mgla. The parsnips also, made the husband violently ill, but lie is May The main cartoon of today's Punch, by Bernard Partridge, is simply entitled "Canada and depicts Canadian soldiers, wounded, grasping the Dominion colors and the Union Jack among the wreckage of the batilefieid; NO FESTIVITIES ON Accurate Thinking requires mental faculties thoroughly energized. Energy Co i nes from food. Not heavy, indigestible food, but food easily di- gested and at. the same time highly nutri- tious. This double requirement is splen- didly combined ill Grape-Nuts KING'S BIRTHDAY Ottawa, Out, May from the riyiiis of flags, ii is the desire of his .Majesty King George that no cere- monies of any kind whatever shall murk June "his birthday, this year. This wish is set forth in a dispatch which Lewis Harcourt, Secretary at State for the Colonies, lias forwarded to the imke of Connaught: "It is his Majesty's runs this dispatch, "that, on tlie occasion of his Majesty's birthday this year. 1'iags should be flown, but no dinners, re- views, salutes or other celebrations should take place.'' The dispatch is, included in militia orders issued today, accompanied by the injunction'that officers command- ins divisions ami districts will takp- steps to carry out his Majesty's wishes throughout their respective commands. NOT YET 18 YEARS OLD, WOUNDED IN BATTLE Olian-a, Ont., May Richard Reynolds of this cily has received a letter from her son. Private P.icliard Henry HeyaC'Ids, who has been offi- cially" reported wounded in the fight- ng last week. The letter was writ- !en before the big battle, of course, dated Auril 16, and was nnlte cheerful. Private Reynolds, who is attached to the I'nd Battalion, is not yet IS years old. Despite bis age. when the war started he offered himself at the re- cruiting offic ,s here and was accept- ed. WESTERN CANADA'S COAL SUPPLY BOW ISLAND Bow -May fun- eral of the late Nicholas Anciou, held yesterday, was largely attended. The remains were placed beside _ those of his father on tlie homestead southeast of towii. 3Ir. A. Swennumson has returned from Calgary, where he has-been on a business trip. The Progressive Pure-bred Live- stock Association of this .town has re- ceived a -pure-bred Clydesdale stallion from the Dominion government. R. S. Beattie, J.' W. Hurd and J. SI. Bratton base returned from a busi- ness visit, to Calgary. Elmer Still, 'who has been in Spok- ane for the winter, has returned, and is now on his homestead south of town. tlie recent municipal election for councillor B. D. Smith was elected Some idea of the coal resources oi i over A F. Werts by nine votes, the single province of Alberta is ai- iorded by the iollowing'flgures, quot- FOOD Made of. choice wheat ami maltc-d' barley, this famous food retains all the nutriment of the grain, including Ihoae priceless mineral elements that must be furnished the system for the best activities of body and brain. Tlie delicate nut-like flavour of Grape-Nuts, its concentrated energy and ease' of digestion make this wonderful fdol a standby In the homes of thoughtful people everywhere. "There's a Reason" MADE IN CANADA Sold by Grocers Eveiywhere. Poatum Ctreal Co Ltri, Ont ed irom'a recent newspaper state- ment Eighty-live per cent, of the coal of all Canada is in the province oi Alberta. Sixty per cent, of the coal in the British Empire is in Al- berta. One-sixth of the coal in the entire world is in Alberta. Here is another way of considering it. In in the past twenty years we have mined about tons. At that rate it would take vears to exhaust our coal areas. At the rate that Canada is using coal now, we could supply the Dominion for years. -At the rate that the world is using coal, we could. teep up a continuous supply for the, whole' world tor the next 100 years and then have coal on hand. J W Reid recently received word of the death of his father in Ontario. Rev R J. Patterson, "founder of the Catch-my-Pa'l gave his famous lecture to a large audi- ence in the I.O.O.F. hall last night. COMPLETE SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Try Blue Ribbon Tea. We Know yon will be delighed with it. In fact your grocer sells it on a strict guarantee of best quality. BLUE RIBBON Sold Everywhere Send this Advertisement with 25 cents to Blue Ribbon, Limited, Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. The best cook book for use In Western Canada. Write name and address plainly MILLIONS TO BE SPENT TORONTO HARBOR Toronto, May is to be spent this season on work of improving Toronto harbor and water- front. Nearly one thous- and men will he'employed. The Tor- onto harbor commissioners have been busy lately with the gram, and it is hoped that much gress will have been made with iho task oi deepening the harbor, reclaim- ing marshy land anil making improve- ments to the water front generally by. the end of lillii. Trinity Methodist church it Nelson, ers nave DCCII imnvj season's pro- B. C., will be rebuilt. PEACE ENVOYS WILL MAKE FIRST VISIT IN BRITAIN The Hague, May 5, via London, Mav ti.-Oreat U.rltttln will he the. first oi the belliaerent. nations to be visited by the peace envoys named by the International Women's conyess to initiate a world movement for peace it has not been determined whether the women will endeavor to see King George or Premier Asquith, bul they probably will seek lo. reach the premier. I Miss Jane Adams, oi Chicago, will So at the head of the delegation.-, A local member will be appointed'from 'each nation visited. The committee wil1. be received by 'hr. Dutch premier on Friday before'departing [or After visiting Great. Britain they will visit lierlin, i'etrojrad, Vienna, Euda Pest, Berne, Rome, Paris, Ha- vre and possibly .Madrid. In the meantime a second delega- tion headed by lime. Rosika Schwim- mr.r, president of the.Hungarian Wo- man Suffrage association will visit Scandinavian countries to do what is possible to slop the war. H is probable that another commit- itec will be sent lo Russia ami that 'one will be selected to go lo ye President Wilson. LUX is unique washing preparation that actually idds to the soft- ness of garments and prevents all loosely woven fabrics from., shrinking and hardening in the wash. It's the'.Msence at pure map in a new note of refinement to waah-dty. lOc. Won't Shrink WooUvis Mnite in by l.r.vor Limited, Toronto. Choice MEATS For Lethbridge People Our Buyer is out witfeSinstructioiis to secure the! best ;niil choicest anil j Poultry in the country. The results ol his buying is seen in the increased week we GRAIN-FED BEEFFrom the DoMjni0il Experimental Farm AND GRAIN-FED PORK by Skelding Bros. We recommend these lines; .11'yon .prefer some- thing else, we have it. It's the best and it costs no more. DELANY'S UMITED ;