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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up J LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD us and let us prove our'statements I Hotel Windsor j _ Best SI.ZS a Jay hotel inllherta J COFFEE IN BULK splendid one for the Per pound Or 3 pounds for OUR blend, a line (hat most people prefer to the 4Ec linos in Per Or 3 pounds for FANCY__A very high grade article which is sel- dom equalled. Everybody likes this Per pound EXTRA highest quality money can buy: hss a very mild flavor; per pound..COc (Special prices in 25 pound lots.) Try your next Tea or Coffee fron, TEAS IN BULK special. We know of none that Will equal this one for the money--- 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 UNCOLORED pound EXTRA QUALITY extra quality fireen pound .................50c (Special prices in 25_pound lots.) Fresh Strawberries arriving regularly at lowest market pi-ices. office: THE GOOD CO.Store: ni___i97i ___.___ 525 C. L. KANE'S Grimm Alfalfa Seed On Sale Exclusively in Lethbridge at Geo. GROCERS. 5TH ST. SOUTH. MARKETS HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES j Winnipeg, May 19. Opening and closing prices on the grain exchanges ioday were Open Close May l.SSi July Oats- May July Barley- May......... July Potttd Plants, Vegetable Frache Bros. 1.56J- 1.201 62 j 63 1.56 1.201 ICE Delivered Daily to all parts of the city We guarantee to yc-j regarding your ice supply. RATES 10 Ibs. daily-----52.00 per month j 20 Ibs. per month j 30 Ibs. par month Western Transfer Co. Limited. PHONE 1163. l.VBi 1.79} 1.834 1.S2J- i.UUi. J CASH PRICES WESLEY PARSONAGE ,320 11th Street South. Thursday Evening 20th Novel Features Excellent Programme Choice Refreshments ALL FOR 25c. No 1 Xor................... No. 3 Nor. ..._............. No. 3 Nor................... No. 4 No. 5 No. 6 Oats- No. 2 C. W................. No. a C. V................. Extra Xo. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed Barley- No. 3 No. it Feed !NO. i K. w. c........... No. 2 C. W.................. '.No. 3 C. W................. CHICAGO I May July Sept. -May July Sept. 1.5SJ 1.-55J 1.52J 1.-18-} 1.43J 1.39} 591 59-5 57J U3-J- 1.661 Lethbridgs, fair Edmonton, clear Calgary, clear Medicine Hat, fair Macleod, clear Regina, clear Winnipeg, clear Port Arthur, clear. Nelson........... 59 47 .111 Kamloops.......... Penticton...... Grand Forks..........- The weather has been clear al! over the prairie provinces. Forecast All and warmer, i 1.261- 1 1.30i MINNEAPOLIS _.. 1.50J 1.251 1.19} 1.49} 1.171 1.16J LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hogs, S8.25; -cattle, -------cattle. Fight Retlaw Hotel At the meeting oi the license com- missioners at Medicine Hat strong opposition developed to the renewal .--D-, of the license for the Rettaw hotel at Montreal: Hogs, Retlaw. The case will be further Chicago: Hogs, 57.55- dealt with at a meeting to be held i later in Calgarr. With the eiception of the hotels at Seven Persons, the Bassano Wine Co., the Win-j uuuuuu, -uaj m.--n L-.- nifred hotel which were haid over for i Lusitania developed yesterday, when further consideration, all the licenses I Engineer John Welsh and Jliss Gerta in the Medicine Hat license district ware recommended for renewal. 37 40 Fair Faces FREE FROM CHAPS AND TAN The art of keeping the com- pletion young and fair lies in the proper feeding and protect- ing of the delicate tissues of the skin. ,No face cream, or method of massaging can succeed unless you guard against the effect of sun and winds when you are out of doors. NYAL'S FACE CREAM will protect the skin from tan and sunburn. It should be used before and after exposure.. It is readily absorbed by the skiu. It is delicately perfumed and delightful to use. Prices 25, 50 and 75 Cents. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Phone 535 Third Ave. S. CITY AND DISTRICT Arthur Morgan Enlists Arthur R. Morgan, son of Inspector and -Mrs. has eulisted on the headquarters staff of the 7th Artillery t Brigade. He will act as aide-decamp of Lient.-Col. 'Stewart, and will go east with the staff very shortly. Gets Government Position H ia 'understood that Stanley Kirk- bain is taking the place of Captain Ch'ris Gibson, as inspector "Weights and Measures for this district. Attending Funeral Mr. and Mrs. John.Gilmore this city are in (Calgary, attending the fun- I ROMANCE OF THE LUSITANIA London, May romance of the Neilson, a milliner, were married Manchester, the home of the bride- groom. first met aboard the A CUP OF COFFEE may mean almost' anything-----Good, Bad or But a.cup of SEAL BRAND COFFEE [MEANS JUST ONE" I moat j delictom beverage ever into coffee .cup. iner and became engaged during the voyage. The bride i'eji from a life- boat into the sea and was rescued by Welsh. Later both were picked up: FRENCH-CANADIANS ANSWER CALL TO ARMS Ottawa, Ont., May There is a good deal of satisfaction here at the way the French-Canadians have re- sponded and are still responding to the call to arms, with three battalions ex- clusively French-Canadians, Sesides a !srgc number of officers and men in other units; they are making a spjen- did showing, and those already at the front are giving .a good account of themselves. cattle, eral of the lattert brother, Adolph Mueller, who died m Calgary on Mon- day as a result or a recent operation. Mr. Mueller was well known in the city, having attended Garbutt Busi- ness College here. His home was in Didsbury. Steamship News The steamer Hesperian succeeded in running of gauntlet of Germany's submarines, and arrived at Liverpool safely todayl The passenger steamer Scandinavian also made a successful voyage across the Atlantic, and Leth- bridge passengers are due to arrive here Friday morning. The Battery Gays The many friends of the Offic- ers and'Boys of the.20th who have been anxious to obtain a good PHOTOGRAPHIC SOUVENIR may now do so as We have two good "Postal Officers (group) and "The 20th" (Full Don't Drink Muddy Water When you can get Fresh Buttermilk delivered to your house at 15c per gallon Phone 1576 Crystal Dairy Limited ALFALFA SEED Mr. Farmer: Your Opportunity to plant some of the seed that has made Alfalfa King Tanner, famous throughout tho West. We have secured his entire crop and are giving it a final cleaning before offering for sale. Order Early. Do not let this chance get away from you. 20 cents per pound f.o.b. Lethbridge or Raymond. Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Ltd LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA SHRAPNEL MAKING NOW BIG INDUSTRY Ottawa, Ont., May Shrapnel making has grown to be one of the District Conference Concludes Session The annual meeting of the Leth- bridgc district of the Methodist church which convened here yesterday I in Wesley held three sessions and finished its labors late last night. Rev. F. E: Hoothroyd, oi Taber, chairman of the district, presided, and Rev. J. V. Harvey oi Coaldale, was elected journal secretary, and Hev G Ci. Pybus of Batons, statis- tical with A. J. Rudd as assistant. One probationer, A. J. Faulkner, of Iron Springs, was recommended to be sent to college next year, and one candidate for the ministry, A. OJIphotham S Co. Lid. The itocott Store ul J. Rudd, oi Retlaw, was recom- great Industries oi Canada. War or- mended to the conference to be rc- dere have set wheels in all parts of ceived into probation, tight other probationers of the oistricb lave been ai college, were also fe- lorted upon, one oi .whom, Hubert Bosomworth, is expected to be or- dained at the coining conference. The following laymen were elected to conference along with the ministers the Dominion turning on shell fabrica- tion. Within a short time every step in the -process of shell making will be taken in Canada, from the ruining ot copper, zinc and iron; the fabrication of the explosives, and the shaping and assembling the parts. Hundreds of workmen, and almost two hundred es- tablishments are already executing shrapnel orders. CZAR'S CONGRATULATIONS Hcr-ie, May IS, via De Giers, the iwir Russian Ambassa- dor-to Italy, was received today by King Victor Emmanuel, to whom he presented his credentials. It is as- serted that M. De Giers also delivered to the King an autograph letter from Emperor Nicholas congratulating King Victor Emmanuel on the attitude taken oy Italy. [GIRLS COME TO BLOWS 1 OVER LUSITANIA AFFAIR St. Catharines, Ont., May employed'in a newly-established fac- tory the majority of whom are from the United States, arfd several or them are German, became involved in a lively dispute over the Lusitama af- fair in whicff they came to blows. Sev- eral of the German girts have since been discharged. The noted English comedienne-wile will ibe seen at the Majestic Theatre Stock Commissioner Here i W. F. Stevens, livestock commission- er for Alberta, was a visitor to the city today, and is paying a visit to the majority of stock and brand inspectors n the .south this' week, instructing [hem in the recent legislation regard- of stock, in which there are some radical changes over pre- vious regulations. Presentation to Battery Boys The 36 men Lieut.-Col. Stewart is taking east with him were each pro- sented pongee silk handker- ASTHMA COUGHS aWErt.1179 A simple, Gtfe ind effective tresfment ivoid- Ing druss. Used with success for 35 years. The air carrying the antiseptic ever, breath, makes breathlM CIST, soothes the sort throat, and stops the couch, asurlnerestlulnlEhts. Crcsolenels invaluable to mothers vith young children nod a OOOIMO sufferers Irom Asthma. Smd us foetal l descript ter oi whom seven are at college. The district meqting was unani- mously in favor ot the prohibition law to be voted on July 21st. Tho Alberta conference assembles in Metropolitan church, Edmonton, on Wednesday, June 2nd, and will, continue a week. r to CUIiicLLnut uiuiifi of the district, viz.: Dr. J. H. Riv- ers, Lethbridge B. K. Vickery, Ta- bcr H A. SuggiH, Coaldale J. A. Harris, Retlaw McKenzie Welsh, of Darons alternate, Win. Wcstcolt, Lethbridge. The district missionary committee for the year are Revs. J. B. Fran- cis, J. -V. Howey and Mr. John Tor- ranee. Ou account of the transier oi Rev. F E Boothroyd to the New Bruns- wick anil Prince Edward Island Con- ference, his term of office expires at the close of this meeting, and Rev. G-. H. Uobbledick was elected chair- man for the balance of the year and with Rev. J. B. Francis will repre- sent the district on' the stationing committee which meets two days'be- fore the conference. -A minister and a layman were also! elected to each of the committees of the conference. The statistical returns show a to- tal oi 839 members of the church in this district, an increase for the year of 113. The amount contributed con- nexional funds is an increase of Thn number of Sunday school teachers and scholars is 1158. Regu- Mr. and Mrs. Ben SpencB, on Tuesday, May 18, a son. BORN YOUR BACK is a Barometer. When it hurts, it means that the Kidneys need help. Tafa Gin own remedy for all Kidney and Bladder 50c. a box, "Made in ITAL1ANS -REVOLT IN Rome, May Idea ale reports a revolt at the Austrian arsenal at Pola on the Adriatic. It is asserted that Italians employ- ed there came into conflict with the troops and that 50 persons were killed and 100 wounded. lar services arc conducted in twenty AUSTRIA tiicre are five ordained Nazion- h unordained men. of the lat- "Newly Married." cbief and a small case containing oint- ment, adhesive piaster, postal card and pencil by the Alexander Gait Chapter, Imperial Order Daughters ot the Bmnire. The uou-conimissionetl officers and men of the 20th Battery received similar cases from the Daugh- ters of the Empire, also pongee hand- kerchiefs, a sift from Mrs. L. M. Johnston, one of the members of the Chapter. Russian Reservist Leaves Risking the menace of the German submarine and the other dangers that attend the long trans-Atlantic journey, in order that he might do his; part in driving the Hun from the soil of his native country, Miclial Kzewidzensky, a Russian reservist, left today for Pet- rograd, via Pittsburg and Nev.-; York. Michal is a miner from Coleman, and when the Imperial Russian govern- ment notified Russian reservists to re- port Immediately for active service, h8 caiue down to Lethbridge and bought his ticket this morning. The third-class fare from Lethlmdgu to 'petroeradls Sons of England Notice The S.O.E. R.Ri" degree meet tonight n Sons of England hall at 8 p.m. iharp. Board of Trade Luncheon j The Board of Trade luncheon will ake place tomorrow at the Lethbridge Hotel" at the usual hour. General-busi- ness will be dealt with. Visits City W. C. Casey, general agent of the passenger department for the Canad- ian' Pacific Railway steamship lines, with headquarters at Winnipeg, was a visitor to the city today, accompanied by H. .M. Tail, assistant general steam, ship agent at Calgary. i Packet of' WILSON'S FLY PADS) Kill MORE FLIES OF ANY STICKY FLY Reduced Rales-First Class, Cabin and Second Class-All Steamers SUMMER SERVICE SAILINGS Service HESPERIAN........... June 3RAMPIAN June 24 HESPERIAN July 8 GRAMPIAN ,...........Juiy 22 HESPERIAN Aug 5 3RAMPIAN Montreal. Direct to Glasgow PRETORIAN 6 SCANDINAVIAN June 19 DORSICAN July 3 SCANDINAVIAN .......July 17 DORSICAN July 31 SCANDINAVIAN Aug. 14 kMPlAN "Uti. ty Large FinV'and Fast One-Cla.3 Steamers In the Glasgow Serv.ce. W. R: ALLAN, O.N.W, Agent, Winnipeg. AUCTION SALE SATURDAY NEXT, May 22nd, at 3 O'Clock FRANK WADDINGTQN Is instructed by A. R. McKinnon to remove LETHBRIDGE. EXCHANGE and sell by public auction without reserve on SATUR- DAY Next May 22nd, at 2.30 o'clock promppt a quantity of superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS Leather Couch; Mahogany Frame Easy Chair upholstered in Plush; mahogany Rocker; Set of Solid Oak Dining Chairs, Cane Seated; Solid Oak Extending Dining Table; Chest of'Drawers; Maple Occasional Chairs; Solid Brass ,Bed Satin finish'2" nearly new Solid Felt Mattresses, Coil Sn'rinR8-! Oak Dressers; Oak Occasional Tables; Superior Carpet Ton Desk; Omce, Chalr; SpiecaDen Oak, comprising Am Chairs and Lounge; 105 piece Dmnc Set, A.cClary Kofrleerator; Hornless Victor Talking Machmc Ws, Sbrinss and Mattresses, and a Kohler and C.mpbeU Pianoforte Irt ekiellent condition. GOODS NOW ON VlfcW AT LETHBRIDGE EXCHANGE. TIRM3 CASH AUCTIONEER'S OFFICE-11 Stafford Blk. ;