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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel iii Mbirta Coffee U lonreciated bv everyone that drinks Tea or Coffee. We have n splendid variety to choose 'from. Our BPu7k COK..S are all Freshly Roasted and you have them either whole or Freshly Ground. Our Bulk extra good quality, especially our 40c special lines. Try your next Tea or Coffee from us and let us prove our statements. COFFEE IN BULK splendid one for the Per pound ..............................35c Or 3 pounds for ......................51.00 blend, a line that most people prefer to the 45c lines in Per pound ......._-----...................We Or 3 pounds for ..'.....................S1.10 very high grade article which is sel- dom equalled. Everybody likes this Per pound EXTRA highest quality money can buy: has a very mild flavor; per pound..60c (Special prices in 25 pound lots.) TEAS IN BULK special. We know of none that will equal this one for the Per pound Or 3 pounds for very high grade tea; good enough for anybody to pound .......50c DECKA you are willing to pay a little extra and get the best, this is the one to buy. Per pound ..............................60c UNCOLORED pound ..........40c EXTRA QUALITY cxtrii quality Green pound .................50c (Special prices in 25 pound lots.) Fresh Strawberries arriving rcgaliti-ly lowest market prices office: THE GOOD CO. PhoBei271 HIGH.CLASS GROCERIES Flowers, Potted Plants, Vegetables Florists Frache Bros. Cadets Attend Church, Heat- Splendid Sermon Headed by the bugle hand, 165 ca- Wesley church last ev- [ARKETS MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, May and I closing prices on the grain fxchansfs today were arade. ening on their annual church pa It is tlie lirst time this year that The. public has bad the opportunity 01 seeing the cadets in force, and many .favorable comments were heard con- cernino- their appearance and beliav- ior. Lieut. Filmer has every reason to be congratulared-on the excellent results of his work. The six compan- 0- ies commanded hy Captains Robison, Morris, Scott, 'Geoghegan, Matson anil Loean almost filled the tront halt of Wesley church. The service was particularly brisht and interesting. Mr. Cobbledick addressed sermon directly to the cadets. gave his reasons why the cadet move- ment was to be encouraged. He show- ed the boys tile ideal oi manhood they should strive to attain, and by allusions to military terms, which they understood, pointed out to them how they might reach that ideal. May July Oct............................ Oats- May July Barley- May Flax- May July Oct...................-......... WI.VXIPEG CASH 'Nor...................- Nor................... Xo. No. 5 No. S Oats- No. 2 C. W. No. 3 C. Open Close 1.58} 1.60-3 1.59 1.23 e' 1.57 Delivered Daily to all parts of the city We guarantee to satisfy you regarding your ice supply. RATES 10 Ibs. daily. .32.00 per month 20 Ibs. daily___S2.50 per month 30 Ibs. daily. .33.00 per month Western Transfer Co, Limited. PHONE 1163. I Extra No. 1 Feed 'No. 1 Feed Celebrate Golden Wedding at Cay ley No. 2 feed Barley- No. NO. Flax- No. 1 N. W. C........... No. 2 C. W. Wheat- May July Sept. 1.60.'. 1.55 1.501 1.15" 1.40 til so BO 59! 70 65 1.744 WEATHER l-cthbriiige, cloudy 51 Efiijioniun, i'air Battleiord, clear Saskatoon, cloudy 1'egina, clear Kamloops. cloudv Rod Door, cloudy Calgary, clear Macleorf, clear Medicine Hat, cloudy Prince Albert, clear.... Winnipeg, cloudy........ Port Arthur, raining The weather has been cloudy cool over centre west with a scattered showers in Manitoba Alberta. FORECAST Manitoba and Winter, on Dr.ll Days or Bright, Indoors or Out. yon can KODAK Kodaks are so simple a child c-an operate; so efficient there is no limit to al- ways ready for use on the in- That is the KODAK way of it. Daylight Loading and unload- ing. No Dark Room needed for any of the work. See the New AUTOGRAPHIC KODAKS The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Don't Drink Muddy Water When you can get Fresh Buttermilk delivered to your house at 15c per gallon Phone 1576 Crystal Dairy Limited "MUVEK" SAYS "OUR BEST" WEK IN 1 BIT In this Column Will be Published Every Monday Church Announce- ments for the Coming Week. Notices for This Column Should Reach the Office not Later than 10 a.m. Monday. Sas- and cool lonay .11.t! Tuesday. today, showery. 1.5H I.27.V 1.2H MINNEAPOLIS Mar 1.50? 1.47i 1.19 1.5G 1.39 A 1.23J 1.511 "An event of unusual interest was consummated at the home of Mr. and Mrs, DaTid Elves of Cayley on Slay 10th. The occasion was the ni- ajutiversarv oi their wedding, and was unique in that their entice familf oi twelve, coming from diner- tnt p'arts oi Canada and rhe United States, were present to celebrate the golden wedding of their parents. The entire company of uhiny-six, i consisting of children and grand-chil- i'dren attended the Cayley Methodist ;church on the eve of in'e wedding, and LIVESTOCK PRICES SATURDAY addressed, by Rev, Mr. Easora. it-he pastor, who expressed his good wishes on behalf of the Methodist church, of which body Mr. and Mis. Elves have beer, members for many years in their old home in Ontario. The following day was one of great and happiness for the aged par- eats and their family. The wedding was served at long tahles pro- fusely decorated with bimches oi tu- lips and ferns, and in the centre the large wedding cake, surrounded by fifty candles. At the close of the re- past; the eldest daughter, Mrs. Young of Southampton, Ontario, very in- formally presented the parents with a-fitting gift on behalf of the family. During the dinner the Citizens' band played appropriate numbers on the lawn, after which they all extended their congratulations joining with the many friends in the wish -that- the eventide of their lives may be filled with abundant blessings, peace, 'joy and love. LOCAL MAF Track prices: N'o.'l Northern N'o. 2 Northern No. Northern Wagcn load lots: No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern N'o. 3 Northern 138 135 Hogs, SS.25: cattle, SS.25. Winnipeg: Hogs, cattle, Chicago: 'Hogs, cattle, CITY AND DISTRICT Only Slightly Wounded The many friends in the city of A. S. RosenroH, whr> was recently injured in the fighting at Ypres wiH be glad to learn that advices have re- ceived in the city stating that lie is progressing favorably in a. London hospital.. ilr. Rosenroll received slight THOUSAND MORE ACRES OF ALFALFA TV. J. Lloyd of the Farm Pro- ducts Co., is satisfied that an extra thousand acres have been put into alfalfa this year in the irrigated district. >t Sons of England, Notice II. M. S. Lion will sail tonight from the 3-O.K. pier, at S o'clock sharp. All mariners and landlubbers wishing to take ihe trip, are requested to be pre- sent promptly on time. Clarence Rogers Well P. V. Lewis is in receipt of a curd from Clarence Rogers, formerly of this city, and a nephew of Hon. Rob- ert Ifogers, stating that he is "some- where in France, and is feeling fine. He expects to be in the firing line soon. He enlisted in an infantry regi- ment at Victoria" last fall. His com- pany has just been 'landed in Prance. Ask City to Pay Bill i The Calgary hospital is insistent that the' city of Letfebridg'e should pay.j for the treatment of one, G. A. Graves, i who-lias been confined there lor (lays. Graves was formerly in the hos- j A i Hital at Lethbridge, and later left the j i hospital to live at the home of his sis- i ter here. He later went to Calgary hospital for treatment. -City Solicitor Ball wrote the Calgary hospital man- agement some time ago that the city here was not liable for the payment of ,-Uhis bill. THE BULLETIN BOARD Noticei for this Column reach thli Office before 12 o'clock noon ion the day cf publication An emergent meeting of Xortli Star At Knox Church The last regular meeting of the Westminster Guild of Knox church' will be held tonight. Mrs. A. J. Irving will be the speaker. The meetings .during the summer will be hole! every two weeks and will take the form of a social. The regular prayer, meeting will be beld on Wednesday evening, and af- ter this meeting a cocfereuce of the Sunday schoo'l workers will be held. The'usual choir practice will be beld on Friday evening. At St. Andrew's The Christian Endeavor of St. An-' drew's churoh will he held on Tuesday evening' of this week. The Wednesday night meeting will be the regular meeting' of the Onward Lodge No 4 A.F. A.M., in Masonic Bible class. halir tonight: at S o'clock. Third de- The Ladies' Aid on Thursday eveiv gree, vited. Visiting brethren cordially in- Poison Grain Never Fails to at a Very Low Cost. Drop a few kernels (20) in each mound and you won't see another live gopher on your farm, but }-ou will see more money in the bank, for your crops will protected from these thieving pests. A five- pound package no.Bts and poisons mounds with about twenty kernels in each enough to kill many thousand gophers. It is easy to use and it kills the gophers, ft is the only rain or snow proof poison on the market. Good for six months in any field. The safest, surest, the 'most economical and least expensive Gopher Poison we lia'V'e for sale. Start right now to kill off the Gophers and save your grain. The CITY AND DISTRICT Bishop Pinkham Here His lordship Bishop Pinkham of Cal- gary arrived in the city last night and left" this afternoon for Cartlston. GERMANY HAS RECEIVED THE U. S. NOTE; REPLY IS NOT EXPECTED SOON Use Rexall Orderlies Constipation they arc mild and natural. Washington, May that Ambassador Gerard had read and .presented to Herr von Jagow, minis- ioreign allai's of ___ German government, the American lor Chronic juote. sent Thursday, as a consequence in ac- j o[ the Lusitania tragedy and Sold only by J. D. Higinlmtham Co., Limited, The Hexall store, 10c., 25c., and boxes. i occurrences, in the war zone, .removed all anxiety here over the delay in transmission and awakened intense ST. MARY'S MEN'S SOCIETY Will hold their Last Whist Drive for this seaion on TUESDAY, MAY 18TH, when TWO SPECIAL PRIZES will be given for the SIX GOOD PRIZES for that evening. CENTS 50 C'ENTS: LADIES 26 CENTS. interest in the nature oi Germany's reply. Early Reply Improbable In view oi telegraphic and cable, de- lays and the probable necessity lor conierences between' the foreign min- ister and the imperial chancellor, Von Bethniann-lloilwcg, and doubt- less ICmperor. William- biinsclt, it would not be considered surprising here if the response did not arrive Ior another eight days. It was believed possible, however, that Ambassador Clcrard might, report earlier on" the manner in which the American note was received hy the government and semi-official press. I In the Interim confidence prevails among, high officials and is shared hy [German official quarters that there will be no submarine attacks on pas- Isenser nessels while the questions at (issue arc being rcbohcd. STOKERS FEAR WAR ZONE Philadelphia, Pa., Way sailing today for Liverpool the British Michigan, under charter of the American filed a bond in the United States District Court for appearance in defence of an-action brought by two young American stok- ers, who refused to sail on the vessel, because it was going into the war one, thus endangering their lives. Th8 stokers are Arthur Palmer of Am- erican Falls, Idaho, and James O. Wri- ter. Unity, Wis. In'their petition to the court the stokers said they did not desire to sail into the war one on a ship carrying contraband. The Michigan lias in her cargo mo- tor trucks for military use. Goes to B-C. A. J. flumside, formerly manager of the Bank of Commerce at Warner, and later at Clareshoim has been trans- ferred to Cumberland, B.C. Mayor to go Mayor Hiirdie wirl go east on Wed- nesday to meet the mayors of west- ern cities at from whence they will go to Ottawa with eastern mayors, to consult Premier Bordea on the problem of the unemployed. ing are holding a talent social, and on Friday evening the Intermediate Christian' Endeavor holds its regular meeting. At Wettminster The Epworth league of Westminster church holds its regular meeting to. night. Mr: Marsh, president of the Young People's Union of the city, will give an address. The regular prayer service will he held on Wednesday evening. The annual banquet of the officers and teachers of the Sunday school will be given on Thursday evening. At Wesley The Epworth league OP "Wesley church holds its regular meeting t'o- nigbt. A good programme hag -been prepared, and some important busi- ness will be discussed. Tuesday and Wednesday, tile district conference of the Lethbridge district of the :Methodist church will ba held in Wesley hall. On Wednesday afternoon the toadies' Aid meets at three o'clock, and on Wednesday_evening the regular service wllL.be held. On Thursday evening the Weeley Tennis club will Sold its tint Soelal in the parsonage. On Friday evenlnV the adjourned meeting of the board wiH foe held. At St, Cyprlln'l A service of intercession "will he held in St. Cyprian's Church on Wed- nesday evening at i o'clock, and the Junior Brotherhood of St. Andrew at -7.15 In the parish room. St. Augustin'c The Women's Auxiliary of St. Aug- ustin's Church holds its meeting to- morrow afternoon at 3.30, and the Junior Auxiliary will meet at 4 o'clock 'on Friday afternoon. CANADA MAY INTERN ALIENS, BUT CANNOT GET .MUCH WEALTH London, May with the news that Dr. Deru'ourg has prac- tically been ordered- to leave the Un- ited States, comes a statement from a high British official, who discloses some of the work which was accom- plished by Dernburg, during the Son Is Blind i early days of the war. Frank Pllsburv, a farmer of Canada can put Germans m the Do- dale, and known Vn this city, has been minion into concentration camps, but stricken Wind as the result of wounds she is unable to seize thoir wealth received at the front. This sad news which, as a result of a warning sent was received last week bv his father, by wireless from Berlin to Dr. Dern J S. Filshury of Coaldale. Mr. Pils- hurg, was transferred to United States hurv has four other sons, serving the banks on July 14, ten days betore the Empire. Service beginning of the war. Inspl The occasion the teachers of Wesley Sunday school j was a, most inspiring service on. Sun- day morning. The order oC service was the new service sent out from To- ronto lately for this particular occa- sion. .Rev.'Mr. Cobbledick, in his sen mon took for his text the words: "They that be teachers snail shiners the brightness of the firmament, and they that turn many to righteousness j as the stars for ever and ever." The preacher rteaH. with the p'iace of the Bible school in the plan of God. He showed that the greatest men of the present and past had served in this respect. Miss Dieseth rendered "Crossing the Bar" beautifully. Alfred G Va'nae'rbilt's secretary has tastallatkm of offered a d of J1000 .for t Sunday school j recovery of Me. VdnJerbilt s body., RAILWAYS MUST GIVE UP BOATS ON GREAT LAKES Washington, B.C., Hay 15. The ap- plication of the Pennsylvania, New York Central, Lehlgh Valley and other railroads to retain ownership or con- tinue operation of boat lines on. the great lakes, despite prohibition in the Panama Canal act, was denied to- day by the inter-state commerce com- mission. All the railways applying must giva up their boat lines by December 1, 1915, it has been decided. The deci- sion Is considered as of great import- ance to all ports on the- lakes, which. are reached by boat and rail lines. Havj Moved Wilson and Donaldson have moved the'balahce of the Red Corner bank- rupt stock to the block. Kmpress Theatre Packet of WILSON'S FLY PADS Witt WORTH OF ANY STICKY f( LIBERALS MAKE NOMINATIONS Sherbrooke, Que., May N. McCrea, M.P., was again chosen can- didate for the Liberal party in Sher- brooke county at a convention here. The provincial member, C. E. Ther- rien, was also nominated for the low- er house. Little Current, Ont, May H. Hurst, private banker of Qore Bay, was nominated to contest the riding in the Liberal interests against W. R, Smythe, M.P., Conservative. Cayuga, Ont., May candi- dature of .7. J. Parsons for the Com- mons, received hearty endorsatlon at the annual meeting of the Haldimand Liberal association yesterday. LINER IN COLLISION Llrwpool, May A1- Grampian, outward boiic.0, few been obliged to put back ban owing to a collision. Will Opportunity v Find You Fit? That's- Ihc menially. And it's largely a matter of right, the right kind of food. Grape Nuts is not only good tasting, but contains all the nutriment of wheat and hurley, including the mineral elements so vital'for huilding sturdy bodies, brains and nerves. Grape-Nuts is scientifically prepared for easy digestion and assimilation. A delicious, nourishing, economical food for making one "fit" and ready for opportunity. MADE IN-CAN ADA by Grocers everywhere. Canadian Postum Orcal Co., Ltd., Windsor, Ont ;