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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Extra Large Pineapples for Preserving NOW IS THE TIME TO GET THESE, AND IT PAYS TO BUY LARGE ON.S AS THE WASTE IS LESS IN PROPORTION. A SHIPMENT JUST IN. Special per dozen Regular Shipments of Hood River Strawberries, the famous Clark's Seedling, direct from Washing- ton. Sing and Royal Ann Cherries for Preserving in a week or .en Let us supply your want, and get complete satisfaction. ______. THE GOOD CO. Phone 1271 PhtneSZS ii HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES CITY AND DISTRICT Benefit Dance at Surortt lieuefit dance was belli in the Samson school house. IHirUeito, for Hans who is lyiiis pretty low nilli OUUCIM-. A sooit crowd lurirai out. Flowtrt, Potted Plants, Vegetables florists Frache Bros. IARKFT MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg. May 31. Opening and closing prices on the grain exchanges todav were Open Close Itav 1.17 1.-14-J Steamer Arrives j S. IV Mi it'll ell states that lite C.Ml. steamer Mfssanaliie arrived safely ai j_ Liverpool on Saturday. j L. A. Cartey Transferred L V. Carle1', accountant in inc Hoy- al Bunk for tlic past two years, hrts been transferred to Sass., He H'ave Tor bis new position to- morrow evening- District Deputy Grand Masters Among the District Drpmy Grand Masters appointed by the Masonic Grand Lottee oi 'Alberta. Dr. Taber: for District Xo. and K. B. Hoyt, Lethbridse, for District Xo.' 11. I Don't Drink Muddy Water When you can get Fresh Buttermilk delivered to your house at 15c per fil 1.20; 1.21 J May July May Mav Jul'v 1-T31 Oct" i-70 WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Xo-l 1.33.J 711 1.65 1.1175 Lieut.-Col. Hsrry Mullins I Local stockmen b? icterestel in learning lhat Harry yuiV.ias. ex-M.P.P.. I Winnipeg, lias been appointed an hon- i orary iiis meiit comes connection ivlij the duty that has just jeen assigned him of cupplyinu ilie meal and nrcvisions for Sewell camp, which has just been (2) PALM OLIVE SCAT Free With every jar of Palm Olive Cream at 50c, or a bottle of Pairn Olive Shampoo at 50c, we will give free of charge two full sized cakes of Palm Olive Soap. Our stuck is limited so do not miss this bargain by delay. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited i Lcthbriiigc, cloudy Kdmonton. cloudy Calgary, clear Madeoii, cloudy Medicine Hat, fair Prince Albert, [air Kamloops Penticton Saskatoon, cloudy Retina, clear Winnipeg, clear Port Arthur, clear Nelson The weather lias been mostly fair over all prairie provinces. FORECAST Manitob'a and Sas- and east winds, Fine and warm today and on Tues- day. few scattered sliowers today, but mostly fair and warm, and on Tuesday. 75 -H 76 40 72 53 4-1 45 73 47 70 41 80 41 82 42 71 No. 4 I NO. 5 6 1.331 LIVESTOCK PRICES SATURDAY S8.60. cattle I S8.S5, cattle SS.75. i 57.oO to cat- tle S7.00 to I fit I- in this Column Will be Published Every Monday Church Announce- for Coming Week. Notices for This Column Should Reach thi, office not later than 10 a.m. Monday. Announcements of Enter- whioh Admission is Charged will not, of course, be accept- erf for column._________________ At Wetley league of Wesley Sl are holding their last regular c meeting tonight. The meeting will be charge of the Good Citizenship de- jl.< nf tlm Ipajnlfi. A. G. VlrtUQ partmeni of the league, ill speak. will be held as .usual The At St. Andrew's Managers of St. Andrew's church meet tonight at S o'clock. The regular of the Christ- ian Endeavor will lie beld on Tuesday eveniug at S o'clock. On Wednesday evening the ed Bible class will meet. Tie Ballast North Ward Traces Commissioner Ktml of tne Public Utililiec department is prf-SK-in.-; io grade un and IJe sirecl. car tracks the Xcrth Ward. The tracks will be raised snverai inchssr end firmly ballasted. The City Co. was "this awarded tivj con- tract for the suniiiy at gravel (or nils work. 000 cubic yards in all, at a i iirk-e of cents per yard. Tile er tenders were John Bimiie, JIcN'eM Transfer, Sl.'JO: J. II. O church tonight at S o'cloct. Junior confirmation will bo leid in the church tomorrow evening it T.la. The chuir prat-lice will be held as iiial on Friday evening. At. St. Cypriin's The men.of St. .Cyprian's Church arc-requested to meet as soon after seven o'clock as possil'.e on Tuesday evening to help clean up the churcii grounds. Tlie Brotherhood of St. Andrew will meet on Wednesday evening al- A service or intercession will be held evening 'at S o'clock, be he'.cl at The Secretary, ________ evening. Adult ject will be "Nathan Rebukes _David." .Bible class will Save charge of the j The meeting begin monthly meeting of will address a ._ ,IT_.I___ ,1 '.'tadies' Aid will be held on Wednes- tj '''day afternoon at three o'clock. O The Protheon classes are holding a .ppdal on. Dr. Lov-ering's lawn tomor- row evening. Choir practice as usual on Friday N" At Knox Tne regular prayer meeting will be hrid on Wednesday evening. The ladies' Aid will hold their regu- lar monthly meeting on Thursday af- ternoon at tkree o'clock. The usual choir practice will be Iield pa Friday evening. On Thursday evening the Intermed iate Christian "Endeavor are holding a conceit in the caurch. The proceeds derived from the concert will be used in the purchase of new hymn hooks. At Westminster The regirlar meeting of the Epworth league of Westminster church will be held tonight at 7.30, instead of S clock. At St Paul's Lutheran The Luther league meeting will be wee.. locl! held on TJhutsday evening at 7.30. the church at S p clock. At St. Augustm's Adult confirmation class will be held The teachers' meeting will be on rnda; Are you raisins your crop tor ine gopher this year, .Mr. Farm- er? It looks that way from the numbers of "profit eaters" in evidence. We have the "insur- ;Uice" BOIDUAN'S POISON GRAIN 50c and 51.00 packages. ALL READY FOP. USE. Sample packets on application. People's Forum OPEN LETTER TO BREWERY WORKERS The Brewery Workers' Union, Lethbridge: session of St. Andrew's church, before taking further action, wish to know if it was at the instiga- tion, or with their knowledge and con- sent that our church and hill boards were plasterer! m-er