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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FIVB Grain Fed Beef Fed by the Dominion Experi- mental Farm, Lethbridge. You are eating the best when you order this. We will- have more of these animals killed and dressed for to-morrows selling Choice Cooked Meats Pressed Ham, per 2S Boiled Ham, Swift's Premium, per lb. 35 Jellied Tongue., per pound 40 Yeal Loaf, per pound -Z5 Canvas Back Bologna, per pound 18 Head Cheese, per pound 1 Swift's Picnic per pound Best No. 1 Guaranteed Dairy 2 pounds for Best No. 1 Creamery, 2 pounds Service AVill Please You Pincher Creek Citizens Say Farewell to Soldier Boys will bo remembered through the de- cades as an historic one Ior I'mchei The entire town anil many from till! surrounding district lonif.i in bidding an official tarcwel an Godspeed to A. Squadron oi the litli C M.H. wlilrli has liceii m taimini, here since llic first ol February last. An abundance of the very best in tin, art of culinary and tempting vi- ands were served at a banquet to the squadron in the opera house at ii i, ni Five immense tables ariis- licallv delectable both to the eye and to the most fastidious appetite wcic arranged in the ball, the finishing loucli being added when a number 01 the town's voung ladies all gowned in while proceeded to wait on the i Bupsls At 8.30 the hall being cleared put in readiness for the concert, tin- biggest crowd ever assembled in I'incher Creek packed into the build- A number of the business men acted as ushers. During the seating of the throng, the soldier boys amused the crowd by n ni and cheery at last 'ih? curtain was rung up Mr. Chas. Kettles, one ol I'incher Creek's most respected old- timers and senior councillor, was 15C id ill the chair with a background ic I. O. 0. V. brass hand, in licr. This evoked a spontaneous jiU'-'e as both Mr. Kettles an ihel "o 6. V. are prime favorites. The Concert Unite a lengthy concert was then ondcrecl and by the continuous lause it was must enjoyed. During tlio ovcuing short addresses were made bv the following: Ilcv. J. It. urctton, lie... A. A, l.yllc, Kev lis Wright. Toward the close o! the program fountain pens were present- ed to 75 of the men, including the, boys of Pincher Creek and a number of others who had not been recalled to. their home towns ior prescnta- Allison mack- u very pleasing presentation address, after which Mrs Allison directed fnur liltlc girlfc and'four cadets with baskets of pens for the distributing among the men. Lieut-Col. Kenimis whose great popularity among the men was plain- ly evinced, made a very suitable re- thc singing of thc National three cheers were Riven to the citizens, and then three cheers and i a tiger from the citizens to the sol- diers brought the evening to a close. "snow a j 4-in Cruck mail was in cliiss liy Will Irwin, "and you show me a.vie- p h ttm[ to tim of careless meals. A man cancel sui. man of forty." says l one PHONE 452 mil ui ...iiiimr' nc u" Osier won a knigntnood bv ii" nfc, j vicw namely, that the loods the man of forty 'too old. It bhou d fl in any ,mlst be prop- have been 'loo ayspept c. .ro.n_ni t I blBBdclj. Everyone who has sur- store he ricochets to doctor blaming er y Ul.u a the weather, the money market, v to Kash ,lovvn oysters with or Teddy for what .ls I brana-v Quite a number fbrt unhappy i due to Little Mary. Your brann; .iml Iroan is at his worst when on his alter U] ttavels-his only exercise a sad pro-11 ream............ Delanys Limited K7284 ON FIRST PENSION ROLL Ollawa, Out., May original Imtch of applications for pensions lias Just been passed upon by the Domin- ion treasury board. Nineteen widows tuid thirty-one children of soldiers who have fallen are dealt with. The _an- nual payments of this lost total A large number ot casea.are-await- illg action, and these will be steadily increased from now on, having regard to the heavy losses tolli In dead and disabled. On the basis ot the estimated annual requirement is be- tween and amount, will materially be increased proportion .to the Canadian troops go lng.in.to active service. With the aid, therefore, oi expert food chemists and professors, Mr. Cooper has prepared arrangements ol his own conrcfls which can be recommended by and solve this problem. He lu' ,he taculty as perfect blendms ot or consulted personally, the leaci.ng These will be print- stomach specialists in lp i ed as suggested menus on the regular .United States and Canada nluu, i and as suggestions for wanted was the happy tiaveller on ,h k[ t anll supper at the dining cars, who would really en- triivi.llcrs m the Can- joy the three million meals on vvnicn. this summei-. In some his chefs spent, so' much trouble. Brings Roses to the Cheeks s c ra iose revenue, the Man of Forty hopeless thE nlcndcd'meals do not encour- The specialists -pocketed their ices he rich and cosily en- and gave Mr. Cooper not quite three t, gourmets ask for, but million, but still a many op.n- qontented, to digest. The Wiesbaden man ldt a better mood t Bald this, the Pans man said sccnory through that, the London man said some. thing else, the .New ork man GOODMAN'S Ten Days' Sale The Prices below will prove without doubt to be the lowest that were ever offeredat any sale r'aJhiSr" Passes.' In that way he will he a-booster ior Canada, and what is better still, will be a more frequent patron of thc dining car than of the hospital for dyspep tics. Bargains in Men's Shoes Black and Brown Oxfords, values lip tO 12.75 for .25 Men's Black Box Calf Shoes suit- able for every day wear, good value at f 3.00 for Here is a good Shoe .for dressy wear, guaranteed solid leather, sold everywhere at 13.75. We offer this shoe for Here is a line of M'en's Working Shirts. These are 85c value. While they last, each -50C value for DOC value Men's Cotton Socks, guaranteed o-ood wear, 2 pair for-----25C O Ladies' Sample Oxfords Ladies' Sample Oxfords, small sizes only, value-up to clearing at SI iH5 Women's 25c Hose; pair ..15C 35c value 25C Children's Leather Sandals from 85c up. Boys' Knickers, pair-------75C Boys' Linen Hats, each-----50C Children's Shoes iiv button and lace, per pair ..........85C Man's Straw Hats, each -95C Men's Felt Hats..... SI .25 Men's Tweed Caps, each -50C IN GERMAN GARB HIS EXIT SPEEDY Berlin, Out., May young man named Hofaemaeyer, created considerable excitement by appearing on the street with an outfit closely re- sembling the uniform of a German sol- dier. The notice ordered him to wear civilian clothes. Held as Spy Suspects Ont., Slay BargbarcH- nml Mai Frank were ar- rested last evening on suspicion or being German spies. A large number ot documents In German in their pos- session will be examined. THE SITUATION AT THE DARDANELLES Manitoba's (Continued irom Page throughout thc last session. He gave no quarter, and he expected none. He criticized with great force and vigor the record and the unseemly pcrfonvi- i ances oi the administration, 'l ct hi, never descended from the lofty plane i ol debate which he lias ever iirescnh- ed for himself. He has that fine facul- ty of being trenc-.ianl and righteously severe without being bitter or in the least unfair. Mr. Morris never takes an unfair advantage of an opponent. 'His courtesy is proverbial in tie. 'bouse and on public platforms i throughout the country. In the heat 'of political campaign he has made a reputation for himself in this way. Evervvvh-re throughout the province Mr Morris is known as a clear and iocical thinker, a ready and forcible splaker, and always and ever a true gentleman. His countless friends an- ticipate that he will do honor to the province as its first minister, and that in that exalted position his in- fluence will not only be exerted m beli-ilf of good government, but also for Parliamentary ethics and mactice 'As the leader ot the house 'it is certain that Mr Norn- will never countenance anything in ini. shape of bullying or rough Canadian By Birth tactics. Kilisseh to resist the invasion of Russian troops. Suits at Men's Suits All 130.00 Suits at For'Prices and -Qualities this store Stands Supreme. M. GOODMAN Third Avenue South Next to Roy.1 Bank AHOLDJJE IN LETHBRIDGE Yes, we always hold up the quality of our meats We are building business by phone and can-do so only as we pliorie every cus- tomer every-time. For tomorrow ,vc ucon o-ive you the best Grain Fed Pork, Fresh Killed Fowl, Veal ami Beef PHONE s Use the phone and let us. demonstrate our son-ice. Prices as.rcasonable 'as any in the city. engaged in agriculture and still has extensive agricultural in- terests around lus home town o! .CJdswoldV As a farmer he has been i progressive and successful. In his nrivate life he has always been gen- al and most approachable, and is, without doubt, most, popular m the constituency which he has represent- ed for so many years, and where he has lived from the time he carr.e: -o this province a young man. Mi. Mor- ris later took up the auctioneering business, and being a very capable i iuclge of live stock, soon became one lot the most prominent live stock auc- Uioneers in the west, his services for i years past having been widely reqm- 'sitioned in this regard. However the best years of his life and ttie best effort "of his life have been given to parliamentary duties, and he enters upon his exalted positions first min- ister of the province with a remark- ably complete knowledge or Mani- toba's an intimate .acquaintance with the details of; its past legislation. AT YOUR A BAKERY OF UNUSUAL EXCELLENCE The ALBERTA MEAT MARKET QUAKER BREAD CLEAN, SWEET, NOURISHING YOU SHOULD SERVE IT ON YOUR TABLE THEEE TIMES-A DAY 16 TICKETS FOR I PHONE 378 AtfD HAVE THE DRI- IVEE'CALL. LOOK THE LA- BEL EVEEY LOAF JEADE BY JOHN GILMORE THE BAKEK ;