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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta 1^ fi� PEDIGREE Some New Fresh Goods Just Received DILL PICKLES IN GALLON CROCKS. ^ GALLON PAILS AND 6 GALLON PAILS. OUR SPECIAu BLEND CEYLON TEA AND DECKA JULIA TEA. IMPORTED BISCUITS. DILL PICKLES, italloii iioiU;;. \nUv v.ivh '51,10 DILL PICKLES, .ualldii piiils. iiriic lu-h $2.'1C. DILL PICKLES. KiilliMi pails, prii;' inuli $3.75 CARR'S PIERROT BISCUITS. SHORTCAKE SANDWICH, MTV riac. nor lli............ 10c Our Special Blend. CEYLON TEA, per II). ,)!� :'. Ills, for ............................ DECKA JULIA TEA, poi' 111............ CARR'S TfPPERARY. SHOHTCAKE BIS-CUIT, very fiiio ipiiillty, iicr lii.........., . 40c . 45c $1.25 60c C/FFICE PHONE 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 5 25 J] TAYLOR MILLING & ELEVATOR GO, LTD. WEDNESDAY-S GRAIN PRICES INKESKUVKl) AUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE On FRIDAY NEXT, APRIL 14th AT 1.30 P. M. \{ 712 :>nl Street South. Hiverview W. L. WILSON - - > Auctioneer rs INSTRUCTED BY THE OWNER TO SELL THE FOLLOWING: 1 SiilPboard, tjxtciisiou tahlf. .'> (liDer.s, i-ooliers. reiure talil.'s. 1 Ifatlis i �i-i'. ; in f.l"'4 i iiKf'.s; l!>.i'i 1 1 io:%; in; "4 �II 11 essities At Moderate rormaldehyde. nine St�>Me. Stryt'liuine. Kill-'Eiu-auiek Gophercirte. .;. .% .;, ,;. ,;. .;. ^, TURKEY SHORT OF FOOD Wtisliingloii. !).(.'.. April 12. The KovornnioTil has otticial in-t'ornialion that the I'ood sitiui-tlon in'Turkey is serious. I WRITE US FOR QUOTATIONS ON THE QUANTITIES YOU WILL REQUIRE, I'.M 1S,\ 122 121 -J The Red Cross Drug & Book Co., Limited CITY AND r>ISTliICT School Board The public school board will meet tonight for its regular nionlhly uieei-lug. Trades Council The regular meeting of the Trades and Labor Council will be held in the labor hall Thursday evening at &,.'Ui. Good Seeding Progress \V. .N. .Merrinm of Lucky Strike is a farmer visitor in the city today. He states that good progress is being made with seeding in iliat district. (r Carpctball 'i'he Loyal .Moose bowlers accept the challenge of the .\. O. K. team lo ] piny a series of three games on l'"ri-Ulay. .-\pril 11th. at S p.m. in the .Moose { hall. Standard rules govern the play. ;-Geo. .lones. captain. DD YDU BUi COAL? The (iraee Coal INIine is now prei)aretl to take care of all orders, PHONE 1250 The quality is the beat. DeliveiHMl. $1.50 t�>ii At mine . . 3.25 ton TUESDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES Calgarv; Hogs SH to $lu.;�,,">; steer.s. ; ?,-,.Tr. "to $T.r.o: cow.s S4 to heif- ' ers. .�fr,.,-.o to JT.on. Chica.so: Flogs. .?b'.,"" In *l'.Go; cattle, .�54 to ?Ui; sheep, to Jll.!"i. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAiK PRICES OFFICE PHONE 1313, MANAGER'S RESIDENCE 547 ' Wagoo prices- ' Wheat ......... J Oats ......�..... iFI'iN ...... ..... I Barley......... I: Track prices : 1 Wheat ......... =^ I Oats ......... ........... 1*4 4,(1. inl'.'. ! Lawn Bowling Meeting Tonight \ \^ i Tlie annual meeting of the Letli- ' �- I bridge Lawn Bowling club wilt be I held tonight at S o'clock in the Hoard ! I of Trade building. Klectiou of otflcers ! �-�z------:-.^-^-:-. iQ]. i.oming season and other ini-! ,1 ��iimiiiaiiiiiiHiaia^j^ j ,,ortant matters will lie taken up. rr BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY TAXICAB SERVICE Kales to any part ot city- 1 I'asscngor ............. 50c 2 or o I'assengets .......$1.00 Our rates for country trips will inl('i'est you. Kxperlcncod drivers. PHONE 120G 11 Smith, Murphy & Co. GROUND FLOOR SHERLOCK BUILDING. LETHBRIDGE. ALTA. HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG, MAN ^^J^g^||^ Grain G^ain G'ain Gain WE ARE PAYING SPECIAL AT- ^ ]f TENTION TO CONSIGNMENTS \J � OF GRAIN TO THE CALGARY TERMINAL ELEVATOR "THE PROOF OF THE PROFITS IS IN THE RETURNS." am G'ain Gain W. K. PORTER. MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH. UL : m 11ABOLIS A rather peculiar situation exi.sis i today in the city's polii'e commission. | ; For three months it has consisted of i t\.') men whereas the city e-harter { states that three men shall compose '� It. The place left vacant by the re-1 lirenient of Rev. ('a!>on McMillen iias 1 ,not been tilled and .Mayor Hardie and; Judge Jackscni aie holding the tort j alone. \ .Mayor llardie -tated this niorninc , ^!thai he'did not know .vliat to do to | It's Not Hard to Keep the Family in Good Humor If you have good, wholesome things to eat. You can select a delightful lot here, they are the nlcect and best specialties of the season. The quality makes them a pleasure. Our price makes them an economy. Below are some of our prices, read them carefully, then give us the order, we will save you money and will deliver the order to your door. ' Watch for Our Big Sale of Shoes, Suits and Hats __remedy t!.(.' .-.iti.aiio.i.. lie has pKicen j , '111-- written views before lii.-; colk;' ! ^^'giie. .iiicig" Ji'.ckHiin. i:nd il is expccl-* ed tliat some deHnile action will l..-'taken at the next meeting of the police commission a week fioni lii(i:iy. The Hic'Tor's opinion is ihat. following ihi; anialg.'ini.'tiun of tne p.ilici; � and fire departments, (here are two ; avenues open, either to do away with j : the police eoramissioii and supplant il with a commission of pulilic safety which will deal with Ihe matters ot ! both departments, anil have a mem-' bersbip of five, or do away with the ' .police commission altogether and l(!ave the powers wholly in the hninlK of the city commissioners. In eitlKu-' case the cily cliarter wiil have to be amended, and this it is insposi'ihli'' to do ai the present session of the legislature. For the Dainty The mosi delightful Uloum powder we hi' � ever hiindled -the nearest chemically pure- the most exquisitely perfumed -liie talcutn that ill every w> i|uali-ties. It is a delight lo tlio skin and to til'- SI iises It leaves that soft, velvety feeling only imparted by the finest, highest-grade talcum powder. It is so impalpably tine that it stays on. The soft, fragrant, clingin,':;, pure Ue.xall Violet Talcum Powder is for the rJariicnlar Woman or man. li has a true floral odor, imparting a delicate, subtle perfume, and antiseptic, healing qualities that leave the (ace cool an.i soft. It is purity itself. There is nothing too good lo say about it, and you will agree with that aentlme'nl when once you have' used it. 25 Cents J. D. Higinbolham & Co. - Limited �' "Alberti'c Pioiice;- Orutjgists," The ^gSsSS ^'o''* Wholeselo and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 1 Bo.nrd of Trade Luncheon The regular luncheon of the board 'lCc & ijUC BANANAS, per rtoz............... JvC Fdmonion, April 11.-The name of A, Bramley-Moore, former member of the Alberta legislature for Lloydminster, aiqiears in today's casualty list as lieing severely wounded by a gunsliol in tlie head, Mr. Urumley-.Moore enlisted early in the war and was a corporal in a liritisli regiment. Elk Social tjuite a .i;dl.v lime was expei-lenced by the IS or 2(1 young men who nl-teiided the smoker held in the dining ' room of llie l^elhbridge Hotel last | niglit al which Secretary Isaacs of the lOilmonton Klks Lodge was host, I .Mr, Isaacs is in I^elhbrldge founding an Elks Lodge liere and his guests lasi night were prospective members. His efforts are meeting witli tiiccoHH and Indications are that the "Best People on Karlh'' will hold their inaugural meeting within ten days. \u effort is being made to secure niem-bers and .Mr. Isaacs thinks, from the present outlook, lhat niiinber will be exceeded. .Medicine Hal lodge, newly formed, and probably Nelson lodge will send delegations lo tlie opening here. In HAYGROWERS' HALL WESTERN MERCANTILE Ca 3A'M SADOWSKI, PROPRIETOR PHONE 1724 for Quick Delivery W� Deliver to all Parts of the City r,06 THIRD AVE, SOUTH APRIL 14th NEEDS^ ORCHESTRA LETHBRIDGE Returned Soldiers Commissioner Howard Slulclibury, secretary for Alberta ot Ihe retuhlod soldlors' eom-niisrtion, was a vijiitor to the city yos-; leiday, and interviewed Secretary ; Oliver of Ihe Khaki league, with rof-I erenco to tlie work of looking after � returned soldlors. Throv/ Off Colds and Prevent Grip � When sou feel a cold coming on, take i LAXATIVlvBUO.MO QITINIKM'^ Il � removes cause of colds, and grip. ;Only one "BllOMO QUININl!;," K. W, jGRON'K'S signature on bo.x. -Oc, ANNOUNCEMENTS The Ladies' Orange assoelatlon will hold a whist drive and danco In the S,0,1.';. ball on Tliursday ne.xi. Ad-mission 2,'c, I'KooeedB for patriotic fund, ' ]04-1 Clioleest grades of seed oalK, Gor-ni\atlng 100% in" (i day twL Apply illj\le Saunderw, A0;i-2 PLAYS (:'i)iuiii;i^' lo Kiiiprcss Co I' a whole yi'iir Startinj^ Ai>ril 14th FEATURING HELEN WARE IN PLAYS LIKE "PAID IN FULL." 'THE THIRD DEGREE'" AND OTHERb 76 Enlist With the New Unit 211th BATTALIQN AlVlERICAN LEGION Capt. MacGill has opened recruiting offices in the Lethbridge District where he will take recruits for the Crack American Corps, the 2 1 1 th Battalion, with headquarters at Vancouver. Hundreds of Americans are now fighting with the Canadians in the War for the principles of freedom. Four neW battalions of Americans are now being raised in Canada. Help your Canadian brothers in the great fight by enlisting now with the 21 1th. Recruiting Offices; at Lethbridge Hotel and Hull Block ;