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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta PEDIGREE TAYLOR MILLING & ELEVATOR CO., LTD. Sir Sam Back .Vew York. April 14.-General Sir Sam Hughes, minister of militia and defence for Cannda. arrived here today on the American liner St. Paul, Trom Llverjioo!, on his wa.v to the Dominion capital. T regret having to leave Knglaud n; the present time." he said, "but I nni delighted ivltli the opportunity to ri'tnru and plaoe each and ever>' fact regarding the contracts for mtinltlons where they can he exposed" to the closest scrutiny." GREEKS OPPOSED TO ; CENTRAL POWERS I Paris. April IL".-During a felclira-tion of Greek independence at .^.theu3 yesterday says a Havas dispatch, quoting the Athens b^spirlni, the police arrested several persons tor crying "Down with the government. Long live Venlzelos. Down with Austria. Down -b-lth Germany." To Cure a Cold In One Day Take LAXATIVE bro.mu QllNLNK Tahlets. DruKKists refund i;ioney it it falls to cure. E. W. GROVII'S signature Ik on each box. J.'c- A GREAT SALE Of Shoes, Men's and Boys' Suits, and Boys' and Men's Hats For 15 Days-Sale Now On " $3.95 10(> BOYS' SUITS In Tweed.s and Worsteds. Norfolk: and plaiu style, reg. 7.50, $6.50 and $5,00, goinK at ................. SHOES! SHOES! A BIG SHIPMENT OF LADIES', MEN'S AND CHIDREN'S SHOES JUST ARRIVED. THE PRICES FOR THIS GREAT SALE ARE ALMOST CUT IN HALF 100 PAIRS OF MEN'S SHOES, brown or blxck, laced or (t>o Qr bnttoned, well worth $6.00 and $5.50, sale price ..... ^UmUO LADIES' BROWN SLIPPERS, in button or lace, reg. tfjl JlT $4.50. sale price .................................... tpl.TrD CHILDREN'S SANDALS, well worth $1.23 b�l� prloe.................................. Men's and Boy's Hats The be�t-and biggest aesortmenta In town. Any thapc or color Men's Regnlar $3.(M> hats, sale lu-ice  $L75 Boys' regriilai' $1.75 hats, sale price ... 95c NO ONE aHOULD MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY OF BUYhNG HIGH GRADE GOODS AT SUCH LOW PRICES. COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF 50c It's Not Hard to Keep the Family in Good Humor If you have good, wholBSome things to eat. You can select a delightful lot here, they are the nicest and best specialties of the season. The quality makes thsnn a pleasure. Our price makes them an economy. Below are some of our prices, read them carefully, then gWe u� the order, we will save you money and will dellvar the order to your door. Watch for Our Big Sale of Shoes, Suits and Hats .75c JUST ARRIVED JaJii�, Pickles and Coffee PURE JAMS, In 4 lb. pails, all flavors, per ilu PICKLES. In 18 oz. boltles in Chcw-'Jhow. Swoft and OC _ so\ir mixed, per bottle titJC ; � MONO 4 COFFEE, a real t'offee, try it per lb........... 45c BROOKFIELD CREAMERY BUTTER, 7C 2 lbs. for ........... /DC NO. 1 FRESH DAIRY / ^ BUTTER, 2 lbs. for .. OOC Fresh Yej>etal)!es Fruits ASPARAGUS, 2 IbH. for .. , RHUBARB, per lb. . . LETTUCE, per lb. .. GREEN ONIONS i RADISHES, per hunch ____ GRAPEFRUIT, larKparations con lainiiig these heavy colors, it sinks to Ihe i)ollom. The liciuid in the case of Kcmjj's will be the secret base and Ibis for prac-ticiil purposes is colorless. This is why custtiiners shoiiltl be impressed with the necessity of thorougic'ci'iir.-ing. .V few cases are on record r,-here igno'i-alit help have disregarded the inslniclions on the lab(>Js and u.scd tlie clear liciuid without color with, natnndly. tmsati.si'aclory results. Kemp's will brand a wet sheep e(|Uiilly ;is well as a dry one. liuis permitting of branding the sheep from the dipping vat without waiting for the wool to dry or branding just previous lo dijiping. Rain lias no etYect on it. The brand will last from shearing to shearing. There is nothing in Kemp's to deteriorate the vaiue of the fleece. This is one of the advantages over tiie crude brands (lamj) black, and oil and liir.) Where these crude brands are ii.sed wool buyers de])reciale the value of the fleece by the value of Ihe wool which must be clipped from the fleece-s at the mills in the east. Where these brands are used the loss of wool is (|iiile ap|)reciable. There is no loss with Kemp's because it scours out. F'2.x])erience has shown thttt a gallon of Kemp's with an avertigf size brand will satisfactorily liraiid one tlioiisand sheep. Kemp's is now used by the largest slieepfuen of the West and attention is called to the testimonials from Western Slieep Kings in our Bulletin Xo. lOO, entitled "i^aint ]3rands and wiial they cost the Sheepman." Attention is especially called let the recog-nititjn (if The National Wool Wiirehoiise & Storage Co.. and Tlie National Wool (irow-ers' A.ssociatitJii ami also to the scouring test made by Wyoming Mxperimentiil Station. When Kemp's is |)roperly ap|)lied it gives a lasting ;md satisfactory l)ran, llO'i 1S4 111% 107% �11% �11 '/A ITlliii ni!% 115 112% 118'^ 1.1 Si;. Returned Soldier Pte. Clias. aiilppoboltam, a Leth-bridge member of tho army medical , corps. Is among the recently returned \ soldiers, having been discharged from further service as medically unfit, and is now in the convalescent home at Calgary undergoing: treatment. Pte. Shippohotlam was in training for somi- lime in ISngland, but It Is under-Htoo.7,'i lo ?7.nl); cows $4.00 to $H.�iO; heifers $B.50 to $7.00. CHICAGO-flogs $l).r)0 to $!1.!)0; cattle $4,00 to $l0.2f>; shfioii ViM to $11.7.=). Doukhobors for Lundbreck ilaymond Is not the only place In Southern Alberta that has a Doukho-bor settlement. Quite a colony of Peter Veregrlu's disciples has taken up land at Lundbrek where they are going into the farming buBiness on an extensive scale. Already they have nn elevator built and nre now going to build a flour lulll. A store and a I lumber yard are to follow so that I the colony will he able to supply nil ; Us needs. Tho colony appears to he I very prosperous. j Arbor Day M the board of trade meeting yesterday the question of lioUUng Arbor Hay on Friday April 28 was discussed at some length but the llnal decision was delayed till the no.xt lueetlng. In the meantime tho'retail committee of tho boai'd will hold a mooting to dls-(niss tlio advisability of cloHlng the stores for tho day, and-on their decision will rest the final action of the board. .School board repreaentativea at' yesterday's meeting Intimated that thoy were willing to have tho 28th chosen as .\rbor Day Instead ot the second l'"rlday in May, the fl.xeU date. f ^ Home Guard Regime n'lal Orders Drill will be held as usual on Friday at h o'clock in front of the A. K. and 1, building. A full attendance Is reciuested. CLARK EATS G. O. P. DINNER i Washington, April i';!.-Speaker ; Clark Inadvertently attended a He-i publican banquet to former Speaker ! Cannon tonight and occupied a seat ' of iionor at the speaker's table. ; The speaker ana Aduority Leader ; .\lauu are to allonil a fralonilly din-i uer tomorrow night and Mr. Clark got � the Idea this waa the eveiiiug for the I event. OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S RESIDENCE 547 Smith, MerpSiy & Co. GROUND FLOOR SHERLOCK BUILDING, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA, HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG, MAN Grain G^ain G'ain Gain -WE ARE PAYING SPECIAL AT-TENTION TO CONOIGNMENTS OF GRAIN TO THE CALGARY TERMINAL ELEVATOR "THE PROOF OF^THE PROFITS 18 IN THE RETURNS." Grain G^ain G'ain Gain w . K. PORtf^R. MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH. J LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon luices- Wheat.................... ii2 Oats ..............'....____ 30 Flax ....................., Itil Ilarloy...................... 40 Va Track prices : Wheat.................... !)8% Oats...................... ;i4% Flax ...................... Klfii/j LIVESTOCK PRICES Ciholee steers, CVj to 7. Fat cows, 5% to GVi. Slieop-Choico killing wotliers SVa. Slieep-Choice killing owes S. Select hogs, tnO-aOO lbs., 9Vi. DAMAGES AGAINST HENDERSON Bangor. Maine, April U'.-Damages ot $75,000 were awarded l)y a Jury in the supremo court today In the broach of promise suit for $250,000 brought by lOllsiaboth Garmong of tills city ami Dea Moines, lowu, against John B, Heiidorson, WaHliington. 00 voo ooftN com? The (iJruce Coal Mine Is now prepared to take care of all ordora. � PHONt 1250 . The quality Is the best, DelLverctI, $d.50 ton At mine .. 3.25 ton Automobile LIVERY 5 PASSENGER HUDSON PHONE 1149 NIGHT OR DAY STAND WHITE LUNCH ;