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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor tat aty total iillbBrti I Office: Phone1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 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 FUNO: AUTOMOBILE, W. A. LEVITT LETHBRIDGS, ALBERTA. Bring Us Your Films To Be Developed And Printed The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Third Ave. S. PHONE 518. Hnpictc Flowers Mill lulU Plants, Vegetable: Frache Bros. MARKETS WEATHER THE BULLETIN BOARD Notlcei for this Column ihould reach Office before 12 o'clock noon or the day cf publication The Sons of England AV.H. .degree will meet tomorrow evening at S o'- clock sharp In the S.O.E. hall. Loyal Order of Moose, NTo. 7H2. will meet tonight at s ii.m., iu -Moose hall. Important business unii iiiitiaiions. Visiting brothers welcome. Special meeting of the Bowl- ing club tonight, S o'clock sharp, iu Board of Trade building. Gait Park. All those interested in the game re- quested to attend, as important busi- ness will be transacted. CITY AND DISTRICT Inspecting Horses Dr. F. H. Caldwell of Coutts and Or. Galvin of this city are inspecting the artillery horses at the 20th Battery today. BREAD THAT IS Good to look at Good to Eat Special Services The special services begun last week in the Christian will be 68 44 BO 40 78 41 68 40 b2 13 68 62 48 38 Open Close Supreuie court session opened at "TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg. May 11. Opening and closing prices on the grain exchanges t today were Wheat- May-........................... July Oct............................... 3Iay........................... July May 1.60} 1.55V 62 83} 1.5: 1.59J 1.36} 63 J 63} 73} Lethbridge, clear Edmonton, cloudy i Saskatoon, clear i Kamloops Red Deer, cloudy Calgary, clear................ I.Macieod, cloudy............. 'pledicine Hat Prince Albert, fair'......... Regina, cloudy I Winnipeg, clear 78 53 The weather over the prairie prov-i inccs has been mostly cloudy and lo-; cal showers in Manitoba and part of i Saskatchewan. v. _.L j Fine "aud moderately ten o'clock this morning, Mr. Justice i Walsh presiding. Nearly all the local Juj........ _ j M, j bar was in attendance to arrange for Oct t 88j j tile-dates of trial oi the twenu es. The following is the arrangement decided upon Tuesday May Invest- ment vs." Fairbanks JlcLaughlin vs. B. C. Trust Co. Wednesday, Hay Iron Works vs. Xeilson. WINNIPEG- CASH PRICES Wheat- INo. 1 Nor..........._...... No. 2 Nor................... -Vo. 3 X-or................... Xo. 4 Xo. '5 Thursday, May vs. Wil- XL. _ j Xo. 3- C. -W Friday, May vs. Blue; j Extra x0. -1 Rtival Bank vs. Felger. i x0 Feed 'Saturday. May vs. 2 Feed pin i Monday, May Tay- lor Machinery Co. vs. Guertin Nich- ols A- Shepanl Co. vs. Kelli, et al. Tuesday, May IS Rinehart vs. Lefkovitz vs. Southard. Reitcted Feed Wednesday, May of Ot- xo 1 X W C iawa vs. Webster Byers vs. Byers. I 3 c W........... Thursday, May vs. Me-j Nuity McTighe vs. JIcTighe Can- jiing'vs. B. C. Trust Co. Wav Friday, May Sinclair Anderson vs. Hall. Saturday, May Gilbert Oil. Patterson vs. Continental SUBMARINE SINKS BRITISH STEAMER London, May British steam, er Queen Wilhelmina of Hartfepool. was sunk by a submarine off Blythe, on Saturday. Time was allowed the crew to take to ths boata. The men were picked .up by a patrol boat and landed at Shields. July Sept..... May Jufy Sept...... CHICAGO 1.52J 1.26 1.50 MINNEAPOLIS 1.621 1.591 1.56 1.51J 1.45} an 58 70 65 63 63 J.824- 1.79J. 73 33 warm; thunder storms in a iew local- ities. CITY AND DISTRICT Playlet Tonight The playlet "Sunbcnnets" will be re- produced by the ladles of St. Augus- tin's W. A. in burgman's hall this ev- ening at 8.15. Canadian Casualty Lists It is announced at Ottawa that a casua'ity list containing a large num- ber of names of soldiers with Canad- ian addresses will soon be issued. Am- ong the names will be many missins Canadians. The Herald would regard it as a favor if persons who receive telegrams from the adutant-general .would telephone the information to the Herald as early as possible, or call at the editorial department. Sh eep continued every night this week at S Vjo'cloick..! The adresses given by Rev. VT. have been greatly appre- ciated the growing numbers of those attending1. Dipping Make your plans for the Dipp- ing COOPER'S POWDER DIP COOPER'S FLUID DIP Kemp's Branding Liquid (Green black, red and blue) Medico .tonic and destroyer) J; makes 300 1'os, of .Medicated Salt. Cooper's Bitter Lick (Medicated Salt Brick) Literature.ipn-.all the 'Cooper Preparations Supplied on Re- quest. J.O Jginbota Co. ttil. Store v j) 1.571 1.321 l.Mi 1.44} 1.18i 1.23" l.Mi 1.56i- 1.44} l.Slf LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hogi. IS.OO: cattle, 58.00 Winnipeg: Hogs, JS.35; cattle. 38.25. Chicago: Hogs, cattle t6.50-IS.90. ------STOCK MEETINGS------ Western Stock Growers' Assn. The Annual Meeting Ot the Western Stock Growers' Assoc- iation will be held in Medicine Hat on Thursday, May 13th at 11 a..m- BUSINESS Brand Legislation Live Stock Markets Election of Officers All stockmen cordiaMy invited. OEO. LANE, President. Good Spirits ean only, be enjoyed by those whose digestive organs work naturally and regnferiy. The best corrective and preventive yet discovered for irregu- laror faulty sctionof boweli, is known the world over to be BEECHAM'S PILLS fa Win, Roman Orjma The .Roman drama "Faiiola" is to be staged in St. Basil's auditorium on Thurdiy and Friday evenings of this I week. An Insurance Inspector Fred Karren of Magrath has been appointed inspector of the Imperial Life Insurance company for Alberta and Saskatchewan, according to the Raymond Leader. May Leave Any Day Several Lethhridpe men, members of the 50th Battalion, stationed at Ca'igary, are in the city today. II fe understood that this is their last op- portunity to visit their homes, ae they may be entrained for the east any day. Locate in Washington Raymond 'Leader: It wtn ne inter- esting to note that a former well- known Raymond citizen. Mark Y. Croxall is now comfortably located on a farm on the Columbia river, about midway between Sltokane and Seattle, and is well pleased with his location, Anti-ProhiiJilion Meeting The people of Lethbridje have had more than one chance to hear the ar- guments of the prohibitionists. Un- der the auspices of the Socialist party of Canada, .las. B. Oeborne of Oak- land, Cal., will present the other side of the question tomorrow evening in the Majestic Theatre at 8 o'clock. His subject1, "What. Prohibition in to the Workers." _ Grist Not Wounded Grist, mother of Sergeant Grist, who was reported in last night's Her- ald as being wounded, stated to the Herald this morning that she has re- ceived no word to this effect, and be- '.ieves the report to be unfounded. Mrs. Grist had a letter from her sou two weeks ago, in which he stated that he was well, and received one yester- day morning to the -same effect. Ser- geant Grist has been promoted to Ser- geant-Major. Joins Irish Engineers The many friends cf A. N. McCiin- ton, formerly of this city, will be pleased to hear that he has received a lieutenancy in the Royal Irish Engin- eers. He lias not yet gone to the front, being with his regiment at Bel- fast. This news .was received from Mr. McClinton in a letter to Mr. A. G. Oliver. In his letter he also states that H. Lilburnj formerly of Leth- bridge, who was invalided to England with frozen feet during the winter, is now back at the front again. North Ward Appeals .Messrs. Donaldson and Wilson of tne North Ward, have appealed to the Dis- trict Court 'on their assessment ot North Ward property. It is expected that .Indge Jackson will set a date to- day for the hearing of these appeals, and the appeal of the C.P.R. against their acreage assessment. These arc the only appeals which have .been made. The city estimates are. about ready and when the assessment has been the tax rate will he struck. The Men's Own The meeting last Sunday attecnoon was held in'St. Andrew's church. Pre- sident ROBS willed the chair with his usual felicity. After an opening pray- er .by J. Ulginbotham, and an ap- propriate ado by Mr. .TarviK, (lie 'lev. R. 3. Patterson quickly made every- body happy. The story of ;the now widely-known movement was intense- ly interesting. One hundred and sixty thousand people throughout the north of Ireland joined the movement. Where ever.drinking stopped, t'rede revived. With thrilling emphasis he called on everyone to help in voting Alberta dry- on July 21. Rev. A. C. Bryan moved a vote Of thanks and Roy. D. Ross sec- onded. .Ford Films Tonight Maiiy of the aJto fans who visited Stai-land last night were disappointed at the absence of the Ford .films. The films made hit in Calpry that they were held over for a further ex- hibition last.night. The pictures ar- rived this afternoon, aiiil will be shown tonight. ILL RE! BETl-iAW Rettlaw, May B. Hirsch has -gone up to his new farm 80 miles north with a big drove of cattle. He his Uome there for the fu- general report of any rms here. A few icat is fine, seeding m. the Sunny Hill schools have started now with a Pincher Creek, May to the year is without doubt one oi the most promising trom a farmer's standpoint that tins dis- trict has been blessed with in a de- cade Crops everywhere are showing up good, ami, so far, your correspon- dent has not heard of any damage from cutworms. Nevertheless, agri- culturists arc on the lodSout lor the pest and thanks to the publicity as to controlling the cutworm given by t the Herald and other papers, are de- termined to pul the advice given in- to practice wherever signs of danger are shown. On Thursday night last Lieut.-CoI. Don't Drink Muddy Water When you can get Fresh Buttermilk delivered to your house at iSc per. gallon Phone 1576 Crystal Dairy Limited I C Delivered Daily to all parts of the city We guarantee to satisfy you regarding your ice suppiy. RATES 10 Ibs. daily.. per month 20 Ibs. per month 30 Ibs. per montli Western Transfer Go. Limited. PHONE 1163. ROBLIN GOVT. EXPECTED TO RESIGN TO-MORROW 'will, maki 'future. j damage by cutworms here. A few' jhave been seen, mil- of oats is nearly 'done. The Rose Plains and good attendance. Sever Westre has sold six acres 01 his land to the town council for a road along the C.PiK. right of way, west of town. Farmers have used up all their feed now for seeding and must have tjn 1 IIUL3U.I, 111511" Kemmis received a message apprising him that volunteers for infantry were wanted from the 13th C. SI. R. On Friday the Colonel informed youi corres'pondent that, 20 men irora A squadron and also 43 from "C" squa- Winnipcg, "Mai 11 around town, so persistent that it cannot he ignored and much.. 6t which seems travcahle to very well informed quar- the Uohlin sdm'inisfration will present its resig- nation-to -Governor Cameron, who will then call upon the leader of the opposition, Mi Norns, to form a government Ihe government has a maioritj of or SCM.II in the pres- ent" legislature which was elected last June. It, luraeiei, these rumors arc to be credited, .a way will be found for'providing the new administration with a working- '-majority in the House without going to the expense end turmoil of a general election. Such might he accomplished by the crossing over of three or lour sup- porters of the present administration to Mr. Notris or the resignations of a certain number pi. government mem- bers, whose seats might be filled al- most automatically by Liberals. Na- turally the rumors are far trom de- finite ou this point; 'put they iippnav to agree laiily gencralh thai the an- nouncement, will: be made tomorrow. A number of western members of the federal house of commons are meeting today at the Royal Alexan- dra. CLERGY DENOUNCE GERMAN INHUMANITY Chicago, 111., May of pro-German sympathies bolted the weekly meeting of the Methodist Epis- copal ministers of Chicago today, when their colleagues refused to postpone discussion of a resolution regarding the inhuman sinking of the Lnsitanla. A dozen pastors left the room, after fighting in vain to have the resolution tabled. After the pro-German pastors left the resolution was adopted. BATHING VICTIM Jaw, Sask., first bathing of the season was claimed tcday, when Charles. Rtchard Belsey, aged tenr son cf Charles Bet- sey, 202 Ominica street west; was drowned In the creek at the west enil .of. the city. Along with two compan- ions, after school came- out, he went to bathe, and got beyond hls-depth. drop Cardston, including Lieut. John Bain, would leave-immediately for re- inforcement purposes, and that, the regiment would at once he recruited j to its original strength. j The time is drawing near when the, soldiers will leave to go into camp on the Sarece reserve. Tlie week of May 17th is the date set. During ,ul their stay here the hoys have more if they any breaking or sum- nierfallowing this year. j town, mere is iiobiiiiip. The Ladies' Aid -will meet with would not do to give thcni pleasure Mrs. E. Doiney this. week. I before the hoys go to the front. Not good doctor j a murmur has been heard in criti- Retlaw now needs a _ and there arc openings for other lines here. several Slots cut part way through the blade facilitate the work of a new hoe for mixing mortar and cement. A new dish pan is reetangulfar to fit firmly in a kitchen sink and has nibfter feet to hold it steady. MADE IN CANADA fiERMUPA SALISBURY WILLIAMS. GREENE tr'ftOME CO., cism of their behaviour while here, and the strides made in their drill have been wonderful. Needless to say the whole town is filled with loathing at the latest act of tin) Ctcnnan submarines. Many of those not reported saved 'are known to people here. There has been a change in the per- sonnel of the staff of the public school this week. Two months ago, owing to the resignation oi Principal Beddome. who ioiued the 13th C.H. H., Mr. Brett, of Winnipeg, was .en- gaged to fill the position. Later his resignation was requested. J. Stev- enson, of Bath, Ont., late of Cal- gary; was in his stead, and gives evory promise of giving entire satisfaction so far. The headquarters' staff, Machine Hun section anil officers and Non- Cotne., and "A" Squadron are giving a ball on Friday next. This promises to be one of thf smartest affairs ever held in the town. Three hundred in- vitations have been sent out. A large orchestra has been engaged and the opera house will he transformed with decorations so that it will he unre- cognizable in its beauty. A iarewell banquet-to. the whole squatiroh will .take place on Wednes- day, next in the opera house. It is he- jng given by the business men, lad- ies anil the Kcd Croiis society. MEALS ARE NEVER LATE WHEN von have a NEW PERFECTION Oil to help you with the Cooking. j It lights at.'the touch of a gas, adjusts in- stantly, liiffh or low, by merely raising or lowering the wick It means "gas stove comfort with kerosene oil" NEW PERFECTION Oil Cooksloves are n-adc in 1, 2, 3, Mid 4 b irni.r sizes, if your dealer cannot auppiy you, write us direct. ROYAinEOII oivns 15 BtST RESULTS THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY Limited BRANCHES IN ALL CITIES Made In ;