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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up Dr. Rusk's CHIC FOOD Lays the J LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor lest a day hotel in flberta Save money on your canned goods jams by buying by the case W Absolutely Pure Jams-Straw- Corned VegeUblss-IUirvest Uraud Corn. Peas. lieans and TomiitoPS. (i tins, each for Canned Fruit in Heavy Syrup-All sanitary tins 2-1 lilis assorted tor Winter kinds, all re-packed lllu. in Sood condition. While they last, per Ontario suck Hirvest Brand, Absolutely Pure Jams-Straw- ber" Raspberry In 5 tb. pails, -I palls each cuse. S palls for Rose Brand-Apple uucl Strawberry; Apple and llaspiierry and lied currant Jelly; S Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES ruundatiGR NOTICE THE ONLY AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR THE GUARDIAN ASSURANCE COMPANY, THE GUARDIAN ACCIDENT AND GUARANTEE CO. THE NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURNCE SOCIETY THE NORWICH UNION ACCIDENT BRANCH FIREMAN'S FUND: AUTOMOBILE. BOX 518. W. A. LEVITT LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. PHONE 518. Asks Injunction Against the'Peg I Graft Commission] Winnipeg. May 10.-F. H. Phippen, j K. C., counsel for Thos. Kelly and j Sons in the pzrliimsit buildings case, i MARKETS Bring Us Your Films f I 1 lo Be Developed And Printed The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Third Ave. S. THE BULLETIN BOARD Notice! Column ihould reash Office .before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication Regular meeting of North Star No 4. A.F. and A.M. tonight in Masonic Hall at S p.m. First degree. Visiting 'brethren cordially invited. There will be a special meeting of the lawn bowling club tomorrow night at eight o'clock in the Board of Trade .building The matter of new grounds and officers will bo taken up. Every- body invited. CITY AND DISTRICT Is Progressing A. Cornick. who was inured in Sat- urday's accident, is progressing very well "at the Oalt hospital, and is out of danger. MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, May 10. Opening and :losini today ons n e yn_ has applied to the court oi King's j Bench (or an injunction restraining July prices oil the grain exchanges Opea Close Lethbridge, clear jj> i Edmonton, fair Red Di-er. clear Calcary, clear Macieod, clear Medicine Hat, clear Prince Albeit, iair Moose Jaw. lair the royal commission from proceeding with its enquiry. He filed a jitate- ment oi claim with the court satui- day preparatory to making the appli- cation. Oct! ._...... Oats- 1.59 1.51; 1.20.'. 1.5SI 1.511 Drop Sixty Bombs in Southend, 1.82 1.S5 Nor. London. May bombs were dropped by the aircraft at southsnd in last night's- raid, but most of them fell on the beach, or in other places where they exploded harmlessly. One bomb dropped near a ship on Tvhich were 1200 German civilians who iad been interned. A British aeroplane went In pursuit i Extra and drove the hostile craft out to sea- A report was received from Romford L, j that a Zeppelin bad been seen in that neighborhood apparently in difficul- ties hut whether in consequence oi unfavorable wind or having been July......... Barley- May j i May July VSlPEG CASH PRICES Wheat- No. 1 Nor. No. 2 Nor. No. 3 No. i No. 5 No. C 73 J 76 IS 77 37 7S 50 79 50 78 54 58 3li 74 43 70 S7 115 35 62 40 Nelson 51 42 Grand Forks 63 4.4 Saskatoon, clear 77 45 The weather, over- the prairie prov- inces has been mostly clear with oc- jasiona! showers. FORECAST All fair and moderately warm today and Tuesday. Brandon, iair Winnipeg, clear Port Arthur, fair 1.811 1.83 .02 .11 .10 .05 Oats- No. 2 C. W................. o. 1 Lit was unknown. Flax- No. 1 N. C.......... IXo. 2 C. W. CITY AND DISTRICT Court Sessions Tuesday The Supreme and District courts 1.58V [both open tomorrow- In the former j about 30 cases will come up, and in the latter a few criminal cases are i'.15lithe extent of the docket. The sov- 1 eminent offices are closed today. gs S -....._ j Methodist Students in the South t Alberta college students have been placed for the summer at the foliow- -ing supply stations in the south: Medi- cine Hat C. S. Pin- 1 der: Endon, A. W. Hardin. High Riv- er Creek, J. C. Ang- lin; Queenstown, B. L. Anderson; Bowvilie, G. L. Aldus. No man can do effective -s-ork Orderlies are effective laxative. Sold only oy J. D. Hisiabotham Co., Limited, the Bexall store, 10c., 25c., and 50c. hoses. .Illay 111-July.......... Sept. CHICAGO 1.81} 1.78} 1.2B Sheep Dipping Make your plans for the Dipp- ing season -COOPER'S POWDER DIP COOPER'S FLUJP, DIP Kemp's Branding Liquid (Green black, red and Jjlue) Medico {Stock .tonic and worm destroyer'! package loakes 300 Ibs. of MedRated 'Salt.'.fr Coop'er't Bitter Lick I Medicated Salt Brick) Literature on -all the Cooper Preparations piippUed- on Re- quest. j.D Jptothain 8 Co. ltd. The Store Lethbridge Man on Lusitanla I.ethbridge was represented on tlie Lusitania by one man, Andrew fage. formerly -'ght clerk at the Lethbridge Hotel "He did not. ibook his passage from Lethbridge. He was well known in town and his name appears in tlie list of. survivors. Visitors in Town Trooper Godson, formerly of the Bank of Commerce staff here, was in town for the week-end from Pincher Creek. Adutaht Davies and Lieuts. Cum- berland and Hutchison of the Mount- ed Rifles of Pincher Creek are in town. Something Different Something Better ELLISON'S SPECIALS CRUSHED OATS AND GOIIN Your horses will work butler on per ton MIXE'D.'CO'RN CHOP .Fine ground. Best' on Uic iiiarkel. for Hogs. pel1 ton SAMPLES ri'ENISIIED OX REQUEST Call, Write, or Phone. Ellison Milling and Elevator Limited Letlibridgo. A i bortn. Serot. Grist Wounded M the Kentish' lien's banquet on Satardsv nisia 'Lieut-Col. Stewart said that he had been informed that Sergeant Grist, who at -everai sum- mer camps was the Co [el's orderly and who had gone to front as a reservist, had recently been wounded in action. Sergeant Grist was a Kent man and will known in the city. Former Lethbridge Boy Cranbrook Herald: Robert McKay, who has been training with the Brit- ish Columbia regiment ot mounted in- fantry at Vancouver, is home on a fur- lough, visiting with his .sisters, Mrs C J. Little and Mrs. W. J. Atclnson He reports all the Cranbrook boys do ling fine except E. J. Nolan, who fel through an open manhole fracturins two ribs. He is suing the city of Van couver for damages. Mr. McKay ex to join his regiment again with in a few days as they expect orders to move about the tenth of May. TABER florists Frache Flowers, Potted Plants, Vegetables Bros. July Sept. MINNEAPOLIS 150 1.41 1.171- Oil in Bruner Weil rv Reports from Cardslon indicate! (From Taber 'limes) that oil has been struck in the j. L. Jlerrick, Alta., siu.- inion well, twelve miles south of the'cessor oi R. D. .Barnes as local roan- town. Cardston Beoule are very opti- agcr of the Taylor Milling L.O. eie a- 1-19-1 mist.lc In recard to tiio oil develop- tor, has arrived in-town to-------- ment, and take it as an accepted fact his new duties. -hnri-h tlmt Dr. Bnmer.nas come on ell. The Tne ladies of the Methodist tnur.cn. 1.44 i officials of the company are evasive, at Rollins Green met at the home 01 OillCiais or me company aie at I.IK.I.II j...-- but their ubilant manner leads Card-. jjrs. C. Finders last WCBK ine _ ,_ ,_____f__ii, I bllE taCllPS cUU. If tlie lieat and muscular effort ex by an average man in a day ,he converted., into electrical Jenergy it would 2je sufficient to run machine motor for 3.00 BATTLC FOE WEILEEKOPI' ston people to Hope for the best. Fincher's Great Rooster C. -Harrad of Brocket sent the Pincn- er Creek Echo a record for liens Uiai take some beating. He has a strain of Brown Leghorns, seven in number, which laid 210 eggs in April. 13ach hen laid an egs every day. annual These hens get no special atiention, (l-gt school was held this and are only fed sparingly once a day. j wcct( the following Don't Drink Muddy Water When you can get Fresh Buttermilk delivered to'your house at 15c per gallon Phone 1576 Crystal Dairylimited Brother of Cowley Man has Perished Cowley, Altai, .May Haw- kins received a wire yesterday from the New York offices of the Cunard line to the. effect that the name of his prpthef, F. W. Haw- kins of Vancouver, was not among the list of survivors of the Lusi- tania. British Expect to Continue Advance Against Germans ICE Delivered Dully to all parts of the city We guarantee to satisfy you regarding your ice supply. RATES 10 Ibs. daily... per month 20 Ibs. per month 30 Ibs. per month Western Transfer Co. Limited. PHONE 1163. RELIEF GUI OFF, No Credit With or Banks, Farmers Bound to Suffer Capt. Followed Instructions to Best of Ability Kinsale Ireland, May .10.-At the inquest Into the Lusitania disastei coiiicu Capt. Turner, ot the Lusitania, ap London, May 10, -p. m.-Smcc the battle bi Scuve Chappellc, France and the German reply to it on the Ypres Canal there Ins been no such important' movement by the British and French armies in the uebtem arena of the war as now is in progress and accoidmj, to the oi ficial communications oi both Ocn. Johre and Field Marshall Sir John French the allies are meeting with succe s Olnious) the Bntibh hue been iblc to throw greit reiniorcfmcnts j sion into tlie lial nine and use 01 isphvxntmg gas tht Germ-in', ion id them lo recoil i fortnight ago The announcement that relief for farmers Is to be cut off has caused some concern among fanners who arc position to provide them- selves with provisions until after a crop has been harvesled. Ttey claim tlmt they cannot get credit from th? banks or stores, and. of course, under such circumstances they feel, that they are boulul to suffer. A. Buchanan. T.I.I'., brought tlm matter to the attention of the commis. ir of immigration at Winnipeg, in reply he. received Ihe follow- ms statement from Mr. Walker: 1 have your letter of 1 of re-or'naniilng the ladies aid The re-organization' was completed with the following officers President, Mrs G. Bennett; vice-president, Mrs. 'iiire- secretary, Mrs. Ridley; trea- j Tuesday, June 1.' "M-HUI you'receive any special instructions annual meeting ol the _ is to the voyage "Yes." "Are ar liberty to tell, "N'o sir.' them put 1" "Yes ability." In the British xpetts, here is wared before'the coroner and llu. pnacnt operations will be StoiS The coroner asked him rushrd 1 he Btilisb and Flench whether he had received a mcsbaf.e nc itlacwug along i iront oi 21 concerning te sinking oi a ship oft mik. and the fghtlng Mhich com lUnsal" by a submarine. Cant, 'lur menced Sunday moriun continue, ivmsjii, ID .1 -CCOrd ng to todjj s oiTicnl convnun tatii n nsued in Paris, in favor of ,he Allies. ner replied that he had not. ,'was T. Cumber.and. who had-three bens and a rooster, and he declared 'that he got four eggi a i claimed the rooster lafd- and Waiter Pitt. ----------r iijal.t, occurred on Sunday last day, out he of Warner Fowler, at the ripe aae of 77 years and 8 months. Fowler had been a resident ol district for about 8 years 1 come here from Michigan. He what they "Did ycu c-irtj to thl-.-best nf iv 1 jy" ;raber nmetery, th itranson, afternoon to Hcv. Miss Hazel "Mathers' Dsy1' in the Churches Mothers' Day, as observed b.v the religious organizations throughout the continent, was effectively observ- ed hv the churches yesterday. The morning services were largely attend-1 ed, and the occasion rivalled Easter I in appearance. The local ministers paid high tributes lo and i based their Interesting and ht'.pfu! sermons on the principle set forth by .Mothers' Day. Kev. A. H. Denooll at Xnox church preached a powerful ser- mon on "Mary's Love for Her Son, and showed how such love was thu ideal one, and the nearer we get to that love the closer we will be to Gocl. j TRANSPORTS SENT Rev. .Mr. Cobhledick preached a aplen- TURKISH TRANsru ___ did sermon to a large congregation. His subject was "The Mother of the 'Tell, us in your own words happened alter'passing Fastnet.' "The weather was Capt. Turner answered, "we were going at a suet'd of 18 knots. I was on the port side and heard second officer Hcfiord call out, 'Here's a torpiclo' I ran to the other side and saw 5Ut_ I clearly the wake of a torpedo. Smol-e uunii; 11...i Sand steam came up between the last vivctl by his widow and two funnels. There was a slight dren and grandchildren. The lunerai shock. Immediately after the first ex- plosion there was another report iVllhb na'-l Carey, Archie Dennett and John Bul- lock four graduates ol the Taber 'school, have completed their course at the normal school in Calgary and arrived home on Saturday last. Phe final results of the examinations have inot vel been announced. jhat may have been internal. 1 at once gave the order .to lower the loats down the rails and I directed Dial women and children should get The outmost spur of the overlooking Plalnb of Alitte Ger ns the French He when they nr they capture tbi. li.igbt Ibis 11 the ITrench have gtmat th.i point Ills aslKJBCI. jut. Wonderful Son." In the course of Iiifi sermon. Rev. Cobttiedlck outlined the dualities of motherhood, her duties to her son, and the son's duties to the mother. In tLe other churches of tne city the pastors made as effective re- ferences to Mothera'D ay, preaching anout the same theme Special sei vices were held in the Sunday schools, and were as much a-siicceas those In tao churches. C SH TRANSrun i ociti TO BOTTOM BY RUSSIANS Paris, May lo news from Constantinople from a reliable a despalch from Athens .-.as Agency, six Turkish Iraiisporls have been sunk by Ihe 'Rus- (is off the Hosphorus a- nd two (ere have 'been sunk In the Sea nora. Turkish army, the despatch has left Adrianople, in the dir a seaport of the LIEUT-COL. BULLER WOUNDED Ottawa, Ont., -May Dul- ler, commanding the Princess I it ricias, who has been wounded, left Ot- tawa last autumn as senior captain and adliilant of the regiment. His promotion to succeed Col. Farciuhar when the latter was shot was very- popular with tlie regiment. Major Hamilton Gait, who was next in sen iorlty for the command, stepped cheer fu'ily aside to make place for Col. Bui Ier with his greater military exrerl tice. This makes the sixth of the Rideau Mall staff to figure in the casualty list Lieut Col Jjowther la hack at tho front on General French's staff. WILL ASTOR WIDOW RE-WED? Washington Friends .Prophesy Mar- riage to Telegraph Magnate i ae yu reference to relief for faimlles'-auring is take i the summer months. It. is not the in- promibini, tention of the department to continue relief after this month, and it should not he necessary. The great bulk of these people have been provided with provisions .up to June or July, and am afraid it is not possible to consid- er giving any further relief. 'If there is any intention on the fHi t of the storekeepers to refuse credit notwithstanding the liberal business tl ev have received from the govern- ment during the lost seven or eight mouths, then some special steps will have to be taken to deal with the sit- uition. 1 should feel like recommend- D.C.f May ing to the.government that the local merchants be ignored and future sup- purchased through the whole- AV'ashlligv01'. pnp.s purcnaseu of a possible beh een houses and distributed by our larence H Maclay prn. dent of the owniofficers. The central Idea of tno larence H lauayp gm eminent in distributing .provisions was to take care of Ibe district gro- i by putting business Into his the ordinary' WB.v. This has been done to the extent of millions of dol- lars, and although in many cases wo Oht have purclmsoil goods .cheaper, ,.o iifeferred to do business through the local merchants. If, as a result of thli irealmenl a number of them have decided'lo refuse credit, we shall he compelled lo ignore them entirely and to do business without their agency. Mr. Walker also intimated that it is not the intention to supply'any more feed for stock. Already nearly million dollars has been spent uion feed lor stock in Saskatchewan and Alberta. Poslal Telegraph Co and Mrl luhn Jacob Aslor, which.: were'started in New Yoric.City, two weeks ago, were renewed here loday by Ihe visit of Col. Astor's widow, with-'ifrs. J. B. Widner of Pilladelphi i Mr Mackay and a broup of friends The raised trouble of the Blake and Mackay families were the social sen sation of the fall of 181" Mrs Blake wife of Dr Joseph A Blake brought about the revelation of these troubles by suing Mr Mackay s wife for ?1 000 for alienation -of her husband's affections t sequel to the Blake suits Mr MicKay and his wife 111 I ebruiry 1114 were dhorcul m Paris The trench courts (.ranted a mutual dl In an action brought bv Mrs Maekay on. the ground of desertion, Mackay having-inlerposed a coun- ter suit on Ihe sime ground Then as an afterWlh of Ihtse smls came the marrlag6 of Dr h ako and Mrs Maekaj Ihev were married in Pans in wither Dr Blake .went, following the granting of the for his wife Astors re-marriage wiuiu mpan the loss to her ot the greater part of her Inheritance from Col. As- tor Under his will, which disposed of an estate 'valued at she was left JIOO.OOO olltrlsbt, the in- come on until her death, or marriage, and the me ot the Asloi Mansion at 840 Fifth avenue, under the same conditions. ;