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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Beit i.lq hotel iiULwta Taylor Made Flour Pride of Alberta and Mother's Favorite Two branci-s with but a single aim Better Bread An Opportunity to Save Money on Four Important Items ,OUND RE.PA5KED _ ONTARIO POTATOES- ......J __ j iy. Non-ion and -Maim variety: 7 His Large SIM'FLORIDA GRAPE for or per case. Special .DRY ALBERTA POTATOES f 1 OlC 1'or 1W pounds CHEESE AND FARMER'S PORK SAUSAGE, etc. VITV 3 to FRESH MADE COUNTRY 1'er Office: THE GOOD CO. Phoiel271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 525 Finmcfc [IUi lulu Plants, Vegetables Frache Bros. World-Wide Popularity of Tea. the tea trade there is mudi talk of enormous increases in the dnnting ot tee everywhere since the war be- zan Hussia. already a large consum- er of tea, is taJdnr more and mm to the beverage now that vodka ia tan-1 ned. In France, tea is lieginnicj? to threaten UK> supremacy of coffee. Ttie, Teater demand means higher prices j in our households, especially as there iF to be no corresponding in- crease in the supply. Dealers arej uaeaJj- as to the position. 24th April- BUSINESS LOCALS Two hsndaome prizes wirl be si veil jawav tonight at the Ssic at Uuo st. 3-, between the Empress i and Starland theatres. A free ticket Iwili .be Divert entering. i ttuctioc Sale at 7.30 sharp tonight: Uexi door -to Euprvae theatre. Stock jewelry, fancy goods, men's shirts, I overalls, athletic underwear, etc. A Ft" Bredin is the'Liberal nominee lor the house of commons in the Fed- oi Springfield, Man. The Orialnil Chiplln at the Empress Sid Chaplin, the originator of the -comic role, and the best comedian of them all, is at the Empress tonisht in a two-pan. Keystone special, entitled "Guasle's Dmy ot Rest." The picture is a show in itsslf, and Gussle has anything hut a restful ENLISTED AT THE HAT Ottawa. Hay daith in ac- tion is reported of Chas. M. Street, brother of Col.' Street, this city. He enlintsi it Medicine Hat- THE KINGDOM of GOD NEAR SAYS LECTURER. The Present War Will Be The Last PABTOfl A. H. MoMlLt-AN of Brooklyn, N. Y., will deliver a in the CONSERVATORY AUDITORIUM, Corner 5th Avenue ind 11th Street South, on Tuesday 'Evening, May 25th, at 8 o'clock Hii subj.ct will Kingdom. What it -it. Evidenc. that it is near at hand." For many years Jlr. McMillan tas connected with the International" Bible Students Association M a "as spoken in nearly every 'arse city in Canada and the United btetes. Lecturers of this Aasoeiation have been declaring for over 30 rears that the "Gentile Times'1 would end in 1914. and thai a world-wide .would begin that year, and continue till the nations would be purged and made ready for God's Kingdom. These predictions were on Bible prophecy and. therefore we see tdem coming to pass. "It is c'earlv stated in the Bible." says Mr. McMillan, this wiirbe the last war, following which tile age of universal and good will amongst men 'Will be introduced." SEATS FREE! NO COLLECTION! The Prayer below has been Issued, by the National Executive of The Imperial Daughters of the Empire GOD who halt taught us in Thy Holy Word, that I I doit not willingly afflict the children of'men, grant that in the preKnt time of warfare and treu of our people may pretence and obey Thy will. Save and defend we Thee, our Kinj and Empire. Give wisdom to our Sovereign and statennen, to our offioerl, ceuraje. our leldiers and lailon, and if it be Thy Holy will, victory to our armi. Look in mercy upon all who are immediately expoeed to peril, conflict, ilekneu, and death, and eipeo- ially thoee known or dear to whom we name in our heart! before Thee; Comfort the nriionere, relieve the sufferingl of the wounded, and ehow mercy to the dying. Give to all lurgeoni and nurtei in camp or hot- pitai, and hope to all who throughout .the world are in or torrew. Remove in Thy good providence alt and occa- of war, and of Thy great goodnese rettore peace among the nations. Give to each member of our Order grace to aerve Thee faithfully, and to labor loyally for the welfare of our country; and grant that, united here in the Mrvice of our King, we may at length attain to Thine Everlaating King- dom.and reign with Thee forever; for the of Jeiut Chriit our Lord. Amen. THE ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER REaUEST THAT THEIR MEMBERS AND OTHERS INTERESTED USE IT EACH DAY AT 12 NOON OR IN THEIR DAILY PRAYERS. Delivered Daily to all parts of the city Ws guarantee to Mtlify you regarding your lee supply. RATES 10 Iki month 20 IDS. per month 30 Ibs. daily___W.CO psr month Western Transfer Co. Limited. PHONE 1163. CITY AJVD DISTRICT No Paper Monday Monday being a public holiday the Herald will not toe published. Nephew Wounded Mra. Gee. Slarte. of 7ih Street S. has received word that her nephew. Pte. Beechin. son at a Reglna Baptist minister, who enlisted at Henna, has been wounded In the nehting- in France. FILMS FOE THE HOLIDAY GET YOUR KODAK SUPPLIES TONIGHT FOR Sunday and Victoria Day WE HAVE ALL SIZES The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Phone 655 Third Ave. 3. Prohibition and the Mrs. Jackson SHbaugh, of Seattle, Q member of the industrial commis- sion, will address citizen's meeting in St. Andrew's church on Friday evening. May 23th in the interests of prohibition, on the subject "Rum and the Wage Earner; and Law Mak- ers." The Salvation Army BanoVwiir Uocul Burglary Apparently taking'ad vats tags-of the fact that the soldier of the family-had departed for the front, burglars last nighc attempted to break into the house of Ueut. iltfLellanil, 630 Sih St. S. The inmates, alarmed