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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best hotel Inlltarta The Three Mades Canada Lethbridge Taylor High Grade Goods at Exceptionally Low Prices Green Gage SHiiiuvry nil hand packed. 9 tins for Bartlatt Sanitary tins, all hand jwckert per tin 15c. Goodwiflie't and Green Per pint brittle 25c. Aisort'd Pure flavors, Id 02. glass each...........................------20c. Libby's Pork and sine tlus, in Tomuto Banco. 2 for Florida Grape size. 4 for.....25c. Magrath Creamery Butter, commencing tomor-' row, per t.................... 35c. Breakfast Bacon, the Premium Brand but a good one for the money. Price lier jtouml.................. 22c ITre'sh .Friiitx and Vegetables of all Varieties at Lowest Market prices PhoielZTl THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 525 WHEN IN NEED OF LUMBER PAY A VISIT k> OUT Tai'd and look around. We can help you in selecting the.most suitable material at lowest price. We can stum you plans and estimate-cost .'of aarr kind-of building. Ir will please us to serve you. CITIZEN'S LUMBER CO., LVMITWJ 1S4 St. Nartn HAIL HAIL Insurance 'BUM PSA CROP ASSURED BARKING LOSS BY HAIL CAN VOU AFFORD TO CARRY THE RISK? We cm place your risk -with companies having imple money to insure prompt settlement, in the event of loss. Come in and let us show you; Bates S.40 to 7% K. V. Gibbons BALMORAL BLOCK Phone 1111 Lethbridgs, Alti. MARKETS LOCAL MARKETS Track prices: No. 1 Northern...... No. i Northern........ No. 3. Northern Wafon prices: No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern...... No. 3 Northern...... A.R.TT. prices the i- 141% 138% 135 138 135 131 florists Frache Bros. Flowirt, Potted Piirrti, Vegetable! New School District Sections 27 28 29 30 31 32 38 and 34, the north halves of Sections 19 20 21 32, and.the weat half of Section 35 in Tpwnaaip S Range 19; Sections 3 8 9 and 10 in Township 9 Range 19 -west of the Fourth Meridian have been erected into a school .dis- trict under the name of the Twelve school district No. 3257 of the province of Alberta. Official trustee Is John McCann, Constipation cauftes menial and physical suffering. Rexall Orderlies gentle constipation. Sold only by J. D. Hif- iiibothun ft Co., ;Ltd., The HoiaH 2Sc and 50c. LIVESTOCK PRICES SATURDAY xCalgary: Hogs, cattle, Chicago: Hogs. cattle, 6.90-J9.30. St.'Paul: Hogs, 17.20; cattle, 17.75. TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES VinnipVg, JIan., May and on.the local grain exchange today were: Open Cloae May 158 July.........'.... 156% 188T4 Octooer 121% 122% Oats- May 63-fi 63Vi July ,.r May............ "1 119 July '...........t- 182 181 October.......... 185 184 Closing Cash Prices Wheat- No: 1 Northern 158 JCo. 2 Northern 15f NoJ 3 Northern 152% No. 4 148% No. 5.................. 343 No.'S.................. 139 Peed................... 1S3 Oats- No. 2 C. W................ 6814 No. 3 C. W................ 6U4 Ex. No. 1 Feed 6014 No. 1 Feed................ SOW No. SFeed................ 59M No. 3............. 70% No. 4................... f'5 Feed 63 N. W. O.............. lif No. 2C. W................ 175 Oiicajo Wheat Opening Close May......... July 127 128% September 120% 122 YOU ARE IIVITED TO ATTEND A Lecture This Evening ------AT O'CLOCK------- In CON4ERVATORY AUDITORIUM Cor, 5th and 11th St. p-AVTOM Nsw York will spsak en OOO'S KINGDOM-WHAT IT THAT IT H NEAR AT HAND F-RBB NO COLLECTION I C E Delivered Daily; to all parts of the city We to Mtlify you regarding your Ice supply. RATES 10-lbs. dally....J2.00 per month 20 Ibs. per month 30.Ibs. per month Western Transfer Co. Limited. PHONE 1163. CITY AND DISTRICT Injury ta a .Herdman McLeod was the victim ot a very unfortunate accident "whereby he lost his left foot and part of the leg, white engaged in'his wort at the AIcGilltvray mine, near Coleman. Bible Lecturer Here A. H. MacMillan of N.Y., will deliver his lecture, entitled, "God's' Kingdom: What it is; Evidence that it is near at this evening at S o'- clock in ine Conservatory auditorium. Mr. MacMillan has been lecturing for mauy years, and has spoken in nearly every large city id Canada and the Un- ited States. Paued Dental Exams In the results of the professional examinations of the University of Al- berta, the, names of several local men appear as having passed for certifi- cates: For dentistry, Dr. W. Craig, Dr. R. L-. Davisoo and Dr. C. H. Nel- son: for medicine, Dr. W. Inkrote of Diamond City. R.N.W.M.P. Man on Active Service 'Constable H. B. Poer, the R. N. "W. if." P., Claresholm, has received notice to report .to the British, war office and has been granted leave of absence by the police authorities. Prior to joining the Mounted Police Constable Poer was a second lieu- tenant in the artillery, and had con- siderable army training. Wesley Meeting The annual congregational meeting of Wesley church will be held tomor- row at in hall. An excellent opportunity will jje afforded strangers to become acquainted, and they are cordially invited. Reports from the various departments, and a good musical programme will be fol- lowed by refreshments. Every member of the church is requested to be pre- sent, C.P.R. Engineer in Trouble Cranbrook Herald: "Albert Hpffer, alias Andrew J. en- gineer on this division for some years, was arrested Monday' by Provincial Constable Collins on a wire from Pro- vincial Constable. Arthur Arilen of Moyie, charged with giving one auto- matic revolver to 'Engineer Foreman Ayres at or near Kingsgate, without lawful excuse. Accused has been working "with the. Canadian Pacific Railroad for some ten .years, under the name of Albert' Hotter. He is a German by birth, 1908 took out naturalization papers at" Calgary, un- der the name of Andrew J. Harder, formerly of Homptota. United States. He is said to have Jjough't in the Squib African, war against the British, Hof- fer pleaded guilty, was .fined and given two months in jail! 13th C.M.R. Are Cheered Here On Way to Calgary Running on schedule spec- ial; troop train transporting the 13th 0 'M H. to Culgary from Cardston arrived in the city, at 8.15 Sunday riight and stopped for a short time for. farewells. The news that the train would he here at 8.15 'travelled Cast and a crowd at the station soon assembled. The gathering rivalled the one on the occasion of the departure of. the 20th Battery. An opportunity .was afforded local people to bid good-hye to their iriends-who have responded to the country's call and.are doing their bit ior the Empire. Presently the engine whistle blew and a shuffle was made lor the coaches, last farewells were aid and the boys were again on their .fay. The buglets sounded "Last Post" and the special pulled .away 'rom the station and sped on its way to Sarcce camp, Calgary, where the 13th C: M. S. are concentrating. Autographic K 0 D A K S Jlake every negative more valuable by permanently record- ing at Hie time, the date and title of each, picture. PRICES UPWARDS Also Autographic Backs for Old Kodaks The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Phone S55 Third Ave. S. Teach Your Child To Clean Its Teeth So much depends on "oral cleanliness" just. BOW receiving' so much attention. Neglect means poor teeth poor "teeih meaus and indigestion is something1 we are all trying to avoid. The little t'olfcs need your as- sistance-rest "them "Brownie" tootli brushes teed to give perfect satisfac- tion, "Brownie-1 Tooth Brush- es for the Little ones, 15c and 25c. The Store THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication Loyal Order of Moose, No. 792, meet tonight, 8 o'cloclc; general business and propositions. After the meeting carpetball will be played. Junior Sunbeams Present the -Playlet MAJESTIC THEATRE ON May 28th Half of proceeds go to Belgian Baby Milk Fund Admission 50 and 25c Presented With Pipes An interesting presentation was made yesterday afternoon in the Eco- Blacksniith shop, when Mr. G. Blunt, on behalf of the Lethbridge ?ife and1 Drum band, handed to Messrs. Castles (leader) and Shipbotham (drummer) handsome pipes, tobacco and cigarette cases, as a token of the esteem in which the recipients are held by the members of the hand. The ,wo gentlemen left to take up sterner duties for King and Empire" at the front. Re-Organize Famous Band Great Falls Tribune: Frank Gline will arrive in Great Falls next week from Lethbridge, aiid wJH at once take ip the work of re-organizing the Black agle band, which lie mado famous a TV years ago when he was a resident of this city prior .to removirtg to Letli- in Mr." Cline ivUl find scores of loyal supporters for this work, and the support will include hot only the 'musicians ready to do what- ever they may to he'ln fill the ranks of the band, "but there will be plenty of inancial support if the present Intlica- ions may be relied upou. Don't Drink Muddy Water When you can get Fresh Buttermilk delivered to your houie at 15c per gallon Phone 1576 Crystal Dairy Limited CITY AND DISTRICT S.O.E. at Wesley Hear Inspiring Empire Sermon The annual church parade oi the Sons oi England was held yesterday morning to Wesley church, a large number oi the members of local lodge attending, and having as their quests representatives ot the Kentish society of this city. A very interesting address along the line" of the greatness of the Bri- tish Empire, appropriate to the day, was delivered by Rev.'Me. Colible- dicb, the pastor, who dwelt upon the peaceful methods of Britain as com- pared with the militaristic ideals of Germany. The congregation appre- ciated the sermon as also the beauti- ful solo, "Land of Hope and rendered by Mrs. Meldrum. On the return ot- the members of the lodge to the lodge room, a resolution of thanks was passed to Rev. Mr. Cobhledick and to Mrs. Meldrum. Something Different Somethin Better ELLISONS SPECIALS CETJSHED OATS AND CORK Your horses will -work letter on it. per ton MIXED CORN CHOP Pine ground. Best on ihe market for Hogs ____ per ton' SAMPLES FURNISHED ON REQUEST Call, Write, or Phone. Ellison Milling and Elevator Co., Limited Lethbridge, Alberta. HAIL INSURANCE THE FARMERS' MUTUAL HAIL ASSOCIATION OF IOWA is an association of farmers organized to save Its members money py getting their Insurance at cost Stock Companies are organized to make money for tho stockholders. According to reports filed with, the Alberta Government our Com- pany paid more losses to its members in Alberta, in 1914, than the five other largest companies combined, and at a cost of only PER CENT. The assessment is not due until October. or phone iis till! information. M. P. -Johnston Company Phone 651. ALBERTA BLOCK WEEK IN M CI1Y In this Column Will be Published Every Monday Church menU.for Week. Notices for Column Should Reach thft office not later than 10 Monday. of Enter- tainments for which Admission Is Charged will not, of course, be ed for this column. Important Change Made in the C.P. Train Schedule 'A new C.P.R. time table, which comes into effect on May 30. has a number of changes in connection with trains departing from and arriving at this noint. The Co.utts train will leave at iUO o'clock in the morning from-that date onward, and will return here at in the afternoon. The Cardston train will leave at 4.50 in the afternoon, twenty minutes lat- er than at present. Returning, this train will reach here at 10.36 in tho morning, leaving Cardstoa at 7.40. The Foremost service will continue on Tuesdays, the train leaving here fit 8.15 in the morning. Returning, depart- ure will be made from Foremost at 2.45, .Lethbridge being reached at The through train on the Crow's Nest line will reach here from the east 4.17 and depart at 4.27. The castbound will arrive at midnight, and leave ten minutes later. The westbound afternoon local will leave Medicine Hat at 12.15, and reach Lethbridge at 4.24. The eaatbound af- ternoon local leaves'here at. 2 o'clock. The Calgary train via Aldersyde reaches here at 1.50 p.m., while tie train via Macleod arrives at 1.26 P.m. The train for Calgary via leaves at 4.35 in the afternoon, in- stead of 4.15. The Calgary train via Macleodf will depart at 5.40 p.m. Two trains a week are to be oper- ated this summer on the Retlaw. line. At Knox Church The Knox regular prayer meeting will be held in the .school room of the church -Wednesday evening at 8 o'- clock. The regular choir practice will be held on Friday evening. "Beginning with next Sunday, ''the oummfir hours will be followed in the Sunday school. Boys' department of the Sunday school at 1Q a.m., and the remainder of the Sunday school at -.2.30. At St. Andrew's The Senior Christian Endeavor So- ciety of St. Andrew's church meets to- night. Subect, "Religious Heading: What and On Wednesday-evening- the Onward Bible class meets. Subject, "David Bringing the Ark Into Jerusalem." On Friday evening, a large temper- ance meeting will be held in the church. Mrs. Jackson Sllbauh, na- tional organizer and lecturer of the W. C.T.U., wil'l be the speaker. At Westminster The regular prayer meeting of West- minster church held on Wed- nesday the Women's Mis- sionary society meets on Thursday af- ternoon at 4 o'clock. At Wesley Church The annual .congregational meeting of Wesley church wil'i be held tomor- row evening at 7.30. The regular monthly meeting of the Woman's Missionary society will be held on Thursday afternoon at 3 o'- clock, and a-lull choir practice is re- quested on Friday-evening: St. Paul's Lutheran ThS" Ladies' society of St. Paul's Lutheran liheur hmeets at the home of Mrs. A. Neidig, 621 Fifth street, on Wednesday afternoon. St., Augustin's The Women's Auxiliary of St. Augus- tin's Church meets, together with the W.A. of-St. Mary's and St. Cyprian's churches, in St. Augustin's hall to- night, at 8 o'clock. The at Augusta's members are requested to meet at f 7 o'clock to finish some work, The Junior W.A. meets on. 'Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock. St. Cyprian's Church The Senior Chapter of the [Brother- hood of St. Andrew's meets tonight in the Parish hall of St. Cyprian's Church at S.30 o'clock, A service of intercession will be'held at 8 o'clock tomorrow evening, and a teachers' meeting will be held at 8.30. Choir practice be held at 8 o'- clock on Friday, when the choirmast- er will 'be glad to .welcome good! tenor or bass .voices. The Junior W.A. meets on Saturday afternoon at 2.30. St. Church A service ot intercession on behalf of our soldiers and sailors will be held in St. .Mary's Church, on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock, Pentecostal Mission Baptismal services will be buid to- night at the Pentecostal mission, an'ad on Thursday at 8 special waiting on God for the baptism of the Holy Ghost.. The TregiUus Estate Probate of the will of William John Tregillus was granted at Calgary to the Trusts Guarantee Co., on pay- ment of the fees to the district court clerk. There is a deficit of in the estate, and the statement and li- abilities filed shows that the princi- pal and interest of mortgag'ea amount- ing to are set off agalnsL real estate to the value of and that in addition there were other debts to the of De- ceased held stock to the value of ?luO in the Graingrowers' Grain Co., and held 3845 shares in the TregiMus Clay Products Co., Ltd. The personal es- tate, including furniture, farm imple- ments and livestock, did. not aggre- gate ?1000.' DRINK BLUE RIBBON TEA C One oi the Most Wholesome of beverages. Western Canada's most popular Tea. You try it. tend this AdvtrtiMment with 25 ctnts io Slut Ribbon, Limited, Winnlpsj, for tbs ilue Ribbon Book. The but cook bnk for UH In Wsstsrn Cinsds. Writs snd sMrsss plainly "Y ;