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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHEBIMJE PA1LV. HERAtD RlBBON COffg Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder In every instance where you use Blue Ribbon goods you save mon- ey. They go furllitr ami so cost less than any other. Order a can of Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder when next in your gro- cers. The result is sure to please. Sold with a money back guaran- tee.'- Good Crops are Almost Certainty In Raley District Thursday forenoon, and lasting all dav aud'nieht, the best rainfall of the season has been recorded in Ibis en- tire district. Previous although at the lime appearing to be ireavy, Mr into iiisignilicnni'c when com- pared to this wrrk's which amountod, -at a consrn'atiui estimate, to wfll uVrr two inches so-ikiiii! down into the soil to and old -moisture hue, replen- ishing the already bounteous store (it moisture immediately available to the growing crops. Then1 is not a farmer m tins dis- trict at thr present lime, but who i-onlldrally Icrls that Rooil crops arc now a certainty. Many ot them arc nlreatlv aotuallv making plans to care i or V-eavv yields. Then1 is not the ili-htcst" doubt about the growth ol a crop, the only danger from this ne forward bring bail or frost be- i maiurity and harvest. I'racticady all of the spring cereal i crops are in the ground, and many sown only a few days ago are now aho-.c ground. Where winter wheat j rarne through the winter in good shape, it is now over a foot high and with remarkable rapidity, growth in never been rr- I larded since the opening of., spring, 'this district bring favored with at ir-ast sonic precipitation every week for thr past six. No damage from worms has yet been reported, and the few cutworms present in this vicinity havr already in their cocoons and are no longer mrnace. noticeable feature of this spring s irk here, is thr sowing ot such hay ops as timothy, millet, alfalfa, licb grows with profusion, and rye asses! Those are being put in with _TSP crous. the time of writing, the heavens ow no sign of a let-up, and all evious records are being trird. CONTRIBUTION OF "ROYAL ONTARIOS" Toronto. Out.. Hay may ake its next contribution to the otherland by supplying, completely liippin, and'trainins an infantry bat- to be known as "the- Royal On- rios." While no official public intimation is yet been made, if the proposal eel's with favorfrpm British and Ca- adian authorities, it is understood le province is prepared to proceed ith'the enterprise at once. SEAL "Best Lambing Season We Ever Experienced State the Sheepmen -The nest lamb crop I have ever ed to realize 125 per cent.: on his had was li. G. Harvey.'s statement iamb crop. This was tbe best he haf 1 vpnr. "from ___ in 'ic nnt ve naa, 11. concerning his crop this year. sheepman's viewpoint this is- tne best spring on he said, "the ever done. "Lamhing he said, "aad will not be fo suiter, but this year th and the ewes are in good shape. Mr. Harvey also reported that in the dis- trict Stirling and Raymond there is more wheat sown than ever looking excel- "before, and it. is all Krank. peakine to tbe prank, m tv Herald today, stated that he' expect- feed is so plentiful that the lambs ar, getting well fed and the ewes are 11 Sood condition, too. This rain wil ensure good range wr the year. C S Crest reports that lamhln i his herds will not he complete lor some time, hut so far ob tained about 100 per cent. COFFEE Often Imitated Seldom Equaled Never Surpassed PveKed in two pound only. CHASE SANBORN MONTREAL. 1601 CORN FLAKES from the Sweet Hcarl of the finesl white corn. IOC. per package. First Macleod Man Killed in Action (Macleod first Mucleod mini to 'he killed iu action is -Frank l.c.wis, Ills name appearing in the casualty list on bat- "For nuftly years Lewis, who was born in l.bmlon, Hng., resided in and Muclcod, and was very well known lo Iho old-timers o! the dis- In'lllUO he joined the .Mounted I'oSicc torce, snrvliip n nmnhcr ol vears iu the Yukon Territory. He was then transferred to the Macleod Divi- ision, and served several years at the i Peicau attachment. leaving the police force he followed the oOTlpa- Ition of a'painter, his time bemt; chiclly spent iu Ibis town and in Hie i the outbreak' of war he working -in Fenlie, and at once join- Icd the contingent that was raised m that town. i He was unmarried. and as far known lie had no relatives in this country. CANADIAN FORCES ARRIVE IN ENGLAND Montreal, Que., liny received today report tbe safe arrival in England of tbe following corps, in part connected with the second and third contingents: Field ar.ibulance, Montreal: the Field Hospital. .London, Out. The Casualty Clearing Station. To- ronto. The Field Ambulance. Winnipeg, m eluding a workshop detail for the Mo tor ambulance of the second conliu- Tlie Fifth Field Ambulance, Toronto -The Divisional Ammunition Column Field butchers. The 18th Battalion of London. Divisional Supply Column. i i Army .Medical Corps from I Quebec and Vancouver. i Two officers and 87 men of th5 P.oj- a! Canadian artillery from i and n men who acted as escorts lor undesirables who were sent bacs from Englwid. Sufcy Evening Suppers never fear the un- 1 ptpeeted Sunday supper I guest when you have a package of Creamettes in the house. CretniettM U the new, more tender, maca- roni product mide from the creamy parts of Durum wheat tnil has a rich new flavor of its you kHOwi' ordinary micaronl takes from to 98 to cook.' C0okt delicious (WHlenwBS ib from 8 to 0 mlii- leas laam one-third the tirao. Try it with with fcuro, with bac th nuts, ne-third the tirao. Try it with ro, with bacon, with tomatoes, with n MOTHER'S MACARONI CO. Mlnnt.poll. AIM nUtcn of.MothVl's Macitonl, Molhti's Molbcl'l lie Noodld. Taber Farmer Lands Big Fish Taber, May has a fish story that beats all records. A sturgeon, weighing 50 Iks., and mea-j surins 5 feet, 1 inches, was brought uu.....__......... _ the river north of town. He claims he caught it while fishing with .P.P. NOMINATED FOR FEDERAL Vegreville, Aita.. May 14.- HOUSE AVith an SOLDIERS GET WRIST WATCHES Coleman, Alta., -May Cole- ,.ian boys, who have joined C M.-R., now in training at Creek, spent the week-end In Coleman on what will probably be their last ordinary hook and line, and had ,a going to Calgary, as t he; tremendous tussle to'land'the fish. H expect to move within the next few is on exhibition In a local meat mar-. ket. ROLLING GREEN NEWS Rolling Green, Alta.. ..May W. A. Pollock, of Ketlaw spent tne Yesreviiie, -iim-, Uendance of fully 20ff. from all parts, 'the re-constructed Victoria Federal ding the Liberals in convention un- nimously nominated George P. Smith, I p p Camrose, as candidate in the ext Fedbral election- There was no ther jiame submitted. lOSS IN AND BURN Durban, Natal, May es- iruated at was caused by er spent Sun- weekend at the Hempel home. Mr. and Mrs. P. Sper day at E[ O. Wright's. Mr and Mrs. .7. 'W. Gilbert left on Monday for Medicine Hat on business. The "Ladies' Aid met with Mrs. Ira Rice on Wednesday.! A, large number 'of members, were present, and a very 'enjovable afternoon .was .spent. Miss Grace Willis spent Sunday with Miss Gladys Sperger.. John Biggins spent Sunday at the Oii Saturday afternoon they were presented with wrist watches by the citizens. The. boys, headed by the Coleman band, inarched to the opera house .-where they were met by a large number of citizens. Addresses were given by Mayor Morrison, Rev. T >I. Murray, Alex. Cameron and W. L Ouimette; the speakers touching on the causes of the'war, Canada's con- tribution to the Empire's forces. the difficulty of the undertaking ahead of tne Allies. Morrison presented the witches to 'eleven local' lads on be- half of the-people of Coleman, the f01- fowing being The recipients'. Robert h Wai- lowins: oeius LUC -Maclean, Jack Leach, Wa Two Easy Prizes! .As a fitting termination to the present Label Campaign the Lethbridge Typographical Union has decided to award Two Prizes .to Boyt and Girls under 16 years of age who, during the ensuing four weeks, collect the largest number of the Lethbridge Typo Union appears on all good printing done In the city. Watch next week's ills Herald for fuMer details. MR. MERCHANT les Scott, Wilfrid James Kerr Id.Lt-U _ mob of anti-German riotert !6S DUULL, >V 1 I n B. Davis, 'Albert Johnson and .lac Mrs. 'Wm. 'Powis suent -Monday will James Hay ward, -iustrians or Germans ivere burn CHRISTADELPHIANS a.m.; 11 a.m., children's subject, "Fol- Sermon, he Moose Hall, ntrance 5th street Thoughtful mothers do not hesitate to let the little ones make a full meal of Kellogg's Corn Flakes, because every one knows that corn contains great food value. Block. south and 2nd edy.of Eden, avenue south. Wednesdays at 8 p.m. Bible class. Sundays at 3 P- m., to commemorate the Lold's death, and it 1M p. m. to proclaim the glad sidings of the Kingdom of ,-ect "Uter the the Future Own- of Palestine." All seats free. No :o11eetion. CHRISTIAN CHRISTlAN-Kev. C. W. Archer lastor. Corner 3rd avenue and 8th ;treet. Services tomorrow at and 7.30. Morning subject, Canaan." Sunday school at. HUD. Christian Endeavor at 6.30 -Evening subject, "An Astronomical Allegory. ANGLICAN ST crPRTAS'S CHURCH, corner Eighth avenue and ..Eleventh street Rev. Canon W..V. 51 c- Millen Sunday, May IS: Sunday af- >r Ascension: Holy Communion, S.oO m Matins, 11 l.M m Rev Canon -McMillen will preach t both services. Sunday school, Jun- ior Girls', Junior. Boys' (ages 14-18) and Mult Bible class for men and TVO- .nen at 3.00 p.m. ''Bible class lesson: "David Spares Saul." ST AUGUSTIN'S rr Second avenue and Eighth street. Rev Canon Murrel-Wright, rector. Matins, 11 a.m. Holy Communion, ev. ery Sunday morning at S a.m. and at the 11 o'clock service on the first Sundav of the month. Evensong, I.AV p m Sunday school, Hi a.m. Tbe Rec- tor will conduct the usual. ST M'irtY'S CHUUCH-Corner of 5th AVC. and 12th St. C. N. Holy communion every Sunday morning I 8 a in. Choral 'Eucharist on the 1st j 1 and 3rd Snmiay's of the month at 11 a in., and on all High Festivals j Matins on the 2nd and -1th Sunday at j Jl am 'Sunday school and adult Hible class at 3 p'. in. 7.80. METHODIST WESLEY CHURCH, corner Fourth avenue 'and Eleventh street Rev G H Cobbledick, pastor. 11 a.m., "Character Builders and Their Re- followed by- installation of Bible school ofiicem and teachers, who will occupy centre front seats. p in.. Bible school and Adult classes. 7 30 p.m., annual sermon' to. officers and cadets of city schools. Music: Anthems morning, evening Mr Kllnei All seals free and a hearts welcome WFSTMIVSTKR 3 1! Fraacli, pastor. Class merlins, ID SALVATION ARMY ervcM are WU at tta Fifth ttreet, as 11 Holiness meeting; 3 meeting, and 7-30, Salvation Week tiignu: Monday, 8 p.m., publle nuetlnr, led by I j.ra., Soldien' Thnrttaf, I p.m.. Salvation .nuetlnf., band in I !ree and easy meetiat PRESBYTERIAN A. H. Denoon, services tomorrow at- 11 a. m. and p.m. Morning subject, "Features >f a Christian Life." Boys' department ,f Sunday school at 10 a.m., other de- Take advantage of this scheme. Every piece of your printing will be caVetuIly scanned for the Label by both the parents and children, and naturally that which carries this LaDel will be more sought fpn WcMi this matter over iu your-mind carefully'and then we are sure that you will 'send, your next printing order to one-of tho following The Lethbridge Herald .Lethbridge Telegram The Quick Print and Stationer. (Signed) TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION LABEL COMMITTEE, No. 551 by LETHBRIDGE TRADES AND. LABOR-COUNCIL in Flies from namlirts partments at 3 p.m. Chinese class at n m Evening subject, "Opportunity and Responsibility." each service. Everyone cordialls wel- COSTd'ANDREW'S CHURCH Pas- tor, Rev. A. C. Bryan. Mornws at 1.1 a m., "Things that make for strength. Junior Sunday school at 2; senior sun- day school at 8.15. Service at 7..0, subject. "A Jlodel Soldier. COALiHURST-St. Matthew's -Pres- byterian church: Sabbath school, 11 R.m.; evening service at i.JO.- W. 11. McLeod, pastor. TRINITY CHURCH, TKl ''t' 1 HAKf J-1 VIU E-Pastor, Mr. T. T. Faichney. Sahhath school service at 3.30 p.m_ Evening service p. ra.- All are cordially invited. _ PENTECOSTAL A Mend to the household and a foe to pain for over 60 years. For burns: neuralgia, cramps, stomach and bowel troubles, there M nothing To add to the and beauty of woollens, flannels, and all Muds of LUX the incomparable clean- ser. I.LTX is the pure es- sence of fine soap, in It dissolves readily in hot a cream-like _ _lather vyhich'cannot injure tine fabrics or dainty hands. Just try LUX..: u Won't Shrink PEW I two PENTECOSTAL MlSSION-Fiit Ave. Baptist church Sundaj at 11 an.. Remembering the Lord's Death 7 30 p.m. Gospel meeting Tuesdaj 8 p.m. Prayer and Gospel meeting Sverybodv welcome ROMAN CATHOLIC ST Fourth ..venue and1 Tenth street Kev Path ?r Hosenthal, pastor Kev Fr Mm wegin, assistant. Children s Miss at 8a.m. and High Mass at iO 30 a m Sunday school at 3 p m Evening str vice at 7.30. Sermons al each service LUTHERAN ST PAUL'S -FIRST IAI1HEPAN CHURCH-Cornsr SiitB Ate Fifteenth street.. Hev C Grant mm ister. No services Sunda} Sundaj it 'i n.rn. "BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST OIK RUl-tell Ave. S. and 9th St 11 i in Ibe pastor. Rev. D. Ross The Path of the Pioneer." Noon Bible school and Adult class.. 7.30 pm subject, Bank HFTOI SAVBNUB er-Fifth avenue and Eighteenth street. school, 2 p.m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST Hull Block, street. Service at eleven a. nesday evening testimony- meeting. p. m. The reading room everyone every day Irom three to hn p. ,m. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. SELIEVERS Burgmann'B Hmll, 418 Thirteentt ftreel. North aiiemble on the Lord'i Day fof breakmi ot bread at 11 a m Sunday school al i V m Gospel preaching at 7 10 p. m Bible reading, Wednesday 740 "LETTER DAY CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST LATTER DAV SAINTS-Cornw ol heventh Ave and tith Street 10 30 m Sunday school, S P m new ment Visitom always tiJ- come Bishop. Geo W Clreen, 10H Phone SCHOOL BOARD AND '_ COUNCIL REACH TERMS IB.-The town council and the school board at a meeting last-week, alter a lengthy and at'times heated disciissibn, arrived at; an amicable with respect to the -new arrangements made neces: sa'ry -iiv the order transforming the. local school into a village school. The portion'of Secretary-Treasurer Modge s salary to-be paid blMhe Board was the main bone of contention, and the house diuded on the Question entuallj, a motion providin- that the board pay the secretary for nine months and. yearTy on the soliu torsailarv was earned nnanimouilj Thus Edwaid Hodgts became the secietarytretaurei ol the school dis- trict and he will collect and deposit all taxes Mr Parkinson will, how eVer continue to do th- correspond euce and issue the cheques WHOOPING COUGH pie, sire tod effcctlv _.____r.jg Cotifh Croup at onee. It Is Aslhmi Tbeiircirryinfltic hiled with every brefeth, bretthlni Mhe the sore throll top the coufh, ijz restful nilhi .luklc ROCKV BC, Maj Jloberly British Columbia s most not able pioneer, died this aged He was a great surveyor and pathfinder He explored tbe Rockv Mountains for a route for the Canad- ian Pacific Railnay and built quite a larfet. section of the Cariboo trail SINKS Easily Kept .White and Pure with ;