Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
FR IN TING LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Be8r$r25 a Day Hotel in Alberta owers that Bloom in the Spring are out-classed by -the Flours that Bloom all the Year Round-Pride of Alberta and Mother's Favorite-Taylor ..Made. Extra Special On Apples Continued All Next Week K\tr,i Fliu' Sionijui lio:nie sizes, cjjso .*2.0(f Wjijin4 nr.-, Ull''; \Vlii':il Mny ... .Inly . . . t).t. ... i Outs .Nh'v ... ... .Mi'.v .. . Flii.\ i .Mav ... 1.1 Mb-............... I Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat--- 1 .Soitlioni ............. lH"s No. - Noithfni ............. irji.j l!'7'-j GAPS and SHOES this Week End SHOES RegXilar 55.00 & $6.00 d�4 or hhoeb tor ........ ^^tUO ^Regular J4.50 & $5.00 .LadleB" Shoes, rcKular ami 15 00. A rew ieit lor $2.75 MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS Teg. Men's $25.00 lii'.f. for ...... nc.q. Men's ?20.0O Reg. Men's $18.00' These are \v�H wonli d�Q 7P $13.00. A lew Itifl at ^0>/ J) Men's and Boy's Hats and Caps A large shipment just in, dozens of patterns to pick from. 5- Bs sure and buy them from us, you will save moneyv aieii's hats from $1.2:j ^ and up Men's caps troiu 45c ami up GROGEmES FlioUR, Royal Hou.^ehoUl, Can-' atla't! Hest- t)S 111. Sacks 111. Sack.s i>4 111. Sack.s ROLLED OATS- m) ill. Sacks .S 111. Sacks . 4 lb. pkg. in Purity, Robin Hood and Quaker Oats per liks............ GRAPENUTS, . pcM- iiacKTiKi' CREAM OF WHEAT per pacliUBt' ....... ' BAKING POWDERS EGGO It; 07. tins.......... . DR. PRICE'S � : 12 oz. tin .......... >. MAGIC 12 oz. tin .......... ROYAL SHIELD ,h 12 oz. tin .......... !.(�.") . . S2c . 70c . oOc 23c 15c 19c 19c 38c 18c 15c H(>.v"s hats from 75c * and up IJoys' caps fi'om 35c and up GROCERIES COCOA, Baker's or Fry s .. ......... 11(1', Minneapolis Wheat M- V.......... live .Inly ............ n:.5i 111115, '.itT'. l.^'tU .May .Inly Sept. DOES FOOD DISTRESS YOU When that feeling of discomfort come..; to yonr stomach alter eating-take care, for it may lie the fore-runner of soinetliin,u: serious. Nyal's J)yspepsia Tablets ivill cure any form of indipes-iion. dyspepsiti. etc. The tablets stimulate the weakened organs into healthy nornnil action. Price 25c & 50c. The Red Cross Drag & Book Co., Limited YESTERDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES (�alf;ar\-; Ho.as to ilu.-lit; ^^leers $r,..-.ii to ST.Tn: cows. S4 to $i;.r.(i-. heil-er>.:;" to $11.-lU C'lTV AND DISTRICT Moose Special Meeting A brief special meetins of the Moose lodge will he held 'ruet.day evenfnB ne.xt at .'nch Cniwidian; .-X. . � St. Almond, rancher, V. S. A., and F. j Hodsou. painter. Canadlasi. Captains i Skoltoi). Wallace, nevlne a)id Mclvor ' , go to Calgary on Moiulay to take a, ; course at the school of instruction j which is opening there ne.xt week. ; tliieuts. Horn, lliseockc and Scholey. i Sergts. Travers and Brown, and Corp. | Wallace will attend the Sth provisional school of musketry at Calgary next week. I LOCAL MARKETS PRICES :!0i� LOCAL GRAIN \Va!;on prices-Wheat ............ . Oats .............. ; y\jx ............ ' liarley ........... Track prices : Wheat............ Dats.............. Kla; you your choice of a ho.N. of Koxford Linen (paper and envelopes) or llaruKMiy ^'iole( (or K�se) Soap. Below be found a partial list of these well known prepata-lions-every one of them guaranteed lo the e.xteiit of refunding your money,if unsatisfied. On account of the value of these gifts ONE ITEM ONLY i- allowed each purchaser. , tITV AND DISTRICT I Meeting of Musicians A meting of No. 4117 .Mns;icians Protective a.'isociation. will be helil lo-1 morrow at :i p.m. in (he Labor Hall. �It.;" Hair 'I'onic ......... $1.00 Cross-cut Safety Razors . $2.50 Shampoo Caste ........... 35c Arbutus Cream .........,. 60c Rheumatic Tablet.s-........ 50c Cod Mver Oil I'oinpound. .$1.00 Cod kiver ICniulsioii ..50c & $1 Catarrh ,lelly ............. 35c .\nalgesi(iue lialni ........ 25c Healing Salve ............ 25c Kidney I'ills .............. 50c Larkspur Lotion .......... 35c Heef, Iron and Wine ..... $1.00 Vegetable Compound.....$1.00 Harmony Rose Soap ...... 20c Harmony \'iolet Soaj......20c Hearl Tooth I'owder.......25c Tooth Paste .............. 25c Face (^ream ........'.......25c i:old Cream .............. 25c Tillciini Powders 25 and 50c \'iOlcl. Rose l!ud. Trailing .Arbutus Toilet Waters .... 75c Hair Tonie .......... 50c Headache Wafers ......... 25c Rubbing Oil .............. 25 Rubbing Oil ...... 25c and 50c Cherry Hark Cough Synip- .......... 25c, 50c, and $1.00 THE BAKER versus THE HOUSEKEEPER IS IT NOT REASON.'VBLE TO EXPECT BETTER BREAD FROM THE BAKER WHO HAS SPENT A LH'ETIME STUDYING HOW TO MAKE GOOD BREAD BETTER, AND WHO IS PROVIDED WITH A BUILDING BUILT ESPECIALLY FOR THIS ONE PURPOSE, WHO IS GIVEN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS' WORTH OF MACHINERY AND AN OVEN THAT IS KEPT HEATED TO 550 DEGREES, THAN BREAD MADE BY A TIRED HOUSEWIFE WHO HAS ONLY HER OWN STRENGTH TO DO THE MIXING AND A RANGE TO BAKE IT IN WHICH CAN ONLY BE HEATED TO 350 DEGREES? BETTER TRY QUAKER BREAD TODAY PHONE 378 JOHN GILMORE Joins Local Firm ^ , W. S. Gray, barrister of .Macleod. j A. , has joined the linn of Johnstone and; i Ritchie, local barristers. j - - D. HIGINBOTHAM & CO., LIMITED THE "REXALL" STORE _ , , . , American Yeomen , r, , ' ,1 regular hnsines.-i meeting of the Rev. Davtd Ross leaves next week ; , , .i*^^'^,^ Ho.ne.stead will be held o.i to conduct sp.-c,-=.! services at >1^''1'M \Vn, ,1a \.iril ;!rd at R p.m. when a cine Hat and Redcliff. and vs'iH return I ^>;';'|;'^>;,;;^?;[;^;.;';;;',,, hers is requested. At 9 p.m. there to preach in his church here the last 1 Sunday In .\pril. Patriotic Dance at Crystal Lake A very .siiccessfnl dance was held , friends, in the school house in aid of the Pat- | rlotic fund. The niagnlticent sum of ; tiCl.C'i was Vaised. The treasurer. Arthur Harn.'^ley acknowleilges thank.s, the receint of same. will be a social gatheriiiK to whicli ; members are invited to bring their Death of Infant The death occurred this morning of John Rupert, tlie neveii months' old son of Private (.'has. W. Tovey. C company, li;',th buttalion and .Mrs. Tovey. Tlie body will he sent on April 4th to ConttH, the. former home of Mr. ami .Mrs. Tovey. At Men's Own Through the kindness of the fUiria-tian church the Men's Own will have as sijcaker tomorrow Kvangelisf Hogue and sltigiiig evangeliHl A. ].. Webb of Kugene, Oregon, who start u series of servii OS in Christian eliurcb comfneno ing tomorrow. This Is the moiilbly open Ke.s.^ion. Ladies heartily Inviteii. Session held in Westniiiister chiu'ch. A Correction iirer, I ''i the Herald of yesterday It was ^vilh j announced that .Mike Ghert. who was sent down for six months for false pretences was a member of the Kilties. Col. Pryce-JonoH states thi'it ihi.s man is not u Kiltie, but was n Russian who attempted to join the Kilties, hut was declined an his passports were not in proper shape. The Haralil Is glad to make this correction. lilenty of hard work by the boys for tho past si.x weeks. Rehearsals aie being attacked witli vigor and enthu-.^ia-im by every boy in the cast, all being keen on tlie work. A eauipalgn for the sale of tickets is now under way, and it is hojjod that citizens will give the boys every available sumiort. for the profits are to he (lonifled to a most worthy cause, that of Uie V..M. C.A. hoys' summer camp fund. Amateur Play Twenty-six Lethbrldge Y. M. C. A. boys will be seen at tho .Alajastlc theatre (ui Monilay and Tuusdny, April loth and lltli, in the tour ucl comedy drama "Tho Cppor Trull," a play specially written for tlie asaoclation by Itayrnond Osborne Hanson. This will be the biggest jiivonlle amateur presentation in the history of local "�entertainment, (tnd has been n source ot PHONE 1313 GRAIN! PHONE 1313 Smith, GROUND FLOpR SHERLOCK BUILDING, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. MAN. Phone us tor prices and shipping instruotlona before you bill your car. Wo are paying special attention to. 'unisigamente ot Ki'alii to the Calgary Terminal olevaior. "'J'bo proof of tUfe profits Is in the returns." W. K. PORTER, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH. J MEN'S OWN MONTHLY OPEN SESSION West minster Church Sunday, p.m. __+__ I- 1 SPEAKER Evan. -Jasper liofjiue, (�f liUjAene, Oreiiou SUBJECT: ."CHRISTIANITY AN APPEAL TO THE HEROIC." SOLOIST, EVANGELIST A. L, WEBB, OF EUGENE, ORE. A HEARTY WELCOME TO ALL There h No Bread Like Model Bakery Bread No need to eat unsatisfying bread when you can have Moflel Bakery Bread. Once tried you will want the beautiful, flaky, palatable loaves all'the time. It has an appetizing taste that's always Just as good t'he next time you eat it as the last time you tasted It. It's WORTH MORE BUT COSTS .THE SAME It's not that dry, puffed-up bread, but is so much like the good home-made, sweet, with crisp crust, moist and close In texture, sub-stantlalf wholesome, nourishing. It satisfies, and ought to for It Is made of tho highest grade materials, by expert bakers, with modern machinery, ensuring the utmost cleanliness, FRESH FROM THE OVEN EVERY MORNING ASK YOUR GROCER or PHONE 1175, AND THE RIG WILL CALL J THE MODEL BAKERY c N, J, SCHWEITZER, PROP, NOW 18 THE TIME JO HAVE THIS WORK DONE. we CARRY A FULLtrtNE OF ROOFERS' SUPPLIES GEO. R. DIXON & CO. 'rear DELANY'S MEAT MARKET, , PHt)NE 1067 BOX m.