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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 27, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta high pi- Imskel .............................. 20c FRESH RHUBARB, :i lbs. for............. 25c RIPE TOMATOES, per lb.................. 20c FLORIDA CELERY, Z lb?, for .............. 25c HOT HOUSE CUCUMBERS, tin," lonK needless kiiul. price oiii-h .........................30c GREEN ONIONS. bunches tor ............ 10c ORANGES, extra Inrse ones, ver.v specliil [ler ilo7,eii ............................... 50c ORANGES. Ut>gu\ar 50c line, special per do/. 40c LEMONS, lurgn sl/.e per dozen ..'........... 30c APPLES, Roman Beauties, extra special this week only, per case ................... $2.10 Or 4 lbs. for ............................. 25c BE CLOSED. CALIFORNIA STRAWBERRIES S FINE AND THE PRICE IS REASONABLE. NOW COMING IN FREELY. NEW LAID EGGS, i; doz. tor ............ 45o HAM, StlrliuB brand, half or whole hum, lb. 25c ROAST PORK AND DRESSING, sliced, per lb. lOc CORNED BEEF, sliced, per lb.............. 40c OX TONGUE, sliced, per lb................ 60c FURNIVAL'S pnrn .lams, assorted sl/.e. 4s per pail ................................. 75c ROSE BRAND JAMS, mixed wIlli apple Jell.v size 4s. per pall ......................... 45c CRAB APPLE JELLY, Harvest Ur�nd. veiy tine, size Is. per tin..................... 65c PURE MAPLE SYRUP. Old Thyme, qunri tins, per tin ............................ 50c QUART BOTTLES, each .................. 60c PINT BOTTLES, each .................... 35c OFFICE PHONE 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 52 5 MARKETS Mr. Car Owner: Your Battery Troubles Can be promptly and efficiently cared for, regardles.'s of their condition. Why send them a.vay or buy a new one. Carefiil Repairs V/lll make it ai good as new It will be a pleasure to give you FREE ADVICE as to the condition and care of batteries. DISTILLED REFILL GRATIS The J. and P. Battery Works Care of The Studebake'- Garjge Opposite the Herald. s . L mm THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Tile sudden death occiirreti al Si. .\far>'tr at Iti.UO last night of Mary Ann Hawkey, aged 66. wife of Francis 1-iawkcy. Mrs, Hawkey hai been out dtiriug !he evening for an automobile ride with ilr, and Mrs, .1. E. Hodgson of this city. 3;iortly after reluring homs slie was taken ill and expired almost immediately. Deceased came from Port Hope. Ont.. and is turrived by her husband and iier daughter. Mrs. A. Bruchet of Lelh-bridge. The funeral will take place on Saturday. April 1'9 at :.'..10 p.m. from the re.-5idence of Inspector Hodg.=;on. �J:l?j 7th .\ve. S,. Rev. Cobbledick officiating, interment, will he made in the public cemetery. ; Wheat-- tlpen Close ... lUa^ 114% . , ... nc ... ik; i OatS" :.\iav......... 4.: 45 Julv ......... 4r. iOct.......... 4018 1 Barley |.Mav ......... 1 Flax....... iMav ......... ist; is;i iJuly......... ... isou is? Winnipeg Cash Prices ; Wheat - i No. 1 Northern jNo. 2 Northeru 115% 11274 ' "Vn Nnrlll(-ri' lOSTs ; Oais- No. 1 C. W...... 40 � So. .i C. \V..... 44 ! Uxtra 1 Feed . .. 44 CAL iOSE Nsms D CERS i Barley- I No. �.^ ......... No. 4 ......... i' Flax-- �No. 1 .\ \v. r. �No, c. w. ., ^ ICE. CREAM //orHpME.USZ. The Crystal Dairy PHONE 1576 BULGARIANS ENTER GREECE Paris, .\pril 26.-A Bulgarian patrol penetrated the region of Kukush, in northeastern Cireeoe. and carried o.t iour Greek refugees, a Havas dispatch iroui SnlouiUi says. Over the remainder of the front no actions are under way with the exception of skirmishes. French airmen bombarded the camp at Oievgeli. German aeroplane was brought down near Ostrovo. At a public open meetini; 7u'j.silay evening Lethbridge lodgf' .\'o. t9:;. Loyal Order of Moose, installed tiie folloviii^ cfficera: Fa.st Dictator. C. S. ,Maguire; Uicta-lor. U. W. Allison: Vice Dictator. A. J. Schlieier: Prelate. .X, ,A. Cole: Treag.. Bert Randle: Secretary. W. K. Ward: Inner Guard. \V. W, Willeis; Outer Ou&rd. A. Chapman; Sergeant-at-Arms Geo. Joned: Trustees, j. J. Cameron and Kred Wellsman. Atler the unkius teremony tlie in-sialling officer and dictator called upon Past Dictator Maguire and presented him with a handsome gold badge set with amythest. Miss E. Washbrook then favored thB audience with two well rendered songs. A .sumptuous supper was then served by the .Moose social committee, followed by a game of carpetball. ladies versus gents; result undecided. Bro. Roels furnished graphophone selections. The lodge is working under a special dispensation to double its membership, and HO far have had great success. The hall was tastefully decorated with allied flags and festoons. Also the Honor Roll of 14 Moose members was posted. July .. Sept. .. .Mav , , July .. Sept. .. Chicago Wheal ........ 1145, ........ nsu ......... ur.i.^ .'S IS.!'.-.. 179U H4itr 114 I TENNIS SUPPLIES KACQl ETS As well as the English made racquet, we sell the well known Victor, (made in Canada), racquets. These arc especially adapted for this climate and every racquet is absolutely guaranteed. All weights, prices $2.50 to $10.00. XETS Heavy cord,-full size.....$3.30 Heavy cord, tarred......$4.50 Extra heavy, copper wired $6.50 BALLS Slazenger's 1916 balls, per dozen ................'. $4.50 Regulation 1916 balls, per dozen ................ $3.C0 POSIES Selected ash, metal tipped, with guy ropes and stakes per pair ............... $1.50 MAIL ORDERS RECEIVE THE BEST OF ATTENTION The Red Cross Drag & Book Co., Limited CITY AND DISTRICT M, L. A. Visitor H. E. Campbell, .M.L.A., for Rocky -Mountain, is a visitor in the city to-da.v. WHEAT This is the kind (if wliciii ustnl in tlu> nuui-fir;i('liir(' ()(� iiijic.'iroiii I'lonr. \\'c liav(> s(n'oi-n.l curs of this wheat in slock i\nd can ol'lVr it In the |)iil>iic for sccdinu;. Mr. Kayniond Kiiiglit 1)1' iiaynioiul. Aha., has i);lo^Yn sixty linshols to the acre of tiiis wiicat and it will stand tlie tlroiight boiler than any othci- wheat. We are offei-iii};' it al per bushel Hacked We can also olTer MaiMjuis wheat, oats; beardless and six-nnved barley, flax and peas Tor seed. CALL ON US OR WRITE US FOR PRICES Ellison Milling & Elevator Co. Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. C. M. R. Capt. Here CuM. .Mnscough of the loth O. .M. R.. is in the city today from head-(inarters at Medicine Hat. Taking Law Exams. C. F. Jamleson, .1. S. Klrkham, Jno. Llvlngstbne and J. V'aselenak are in Calgary writing on law examinations. Kiltie Recruits Recruits taken on yesterday by the 113th Kilties were G. B. Piper, farmer, j^merican and .-Vlbert Stephens, miner. English. Beginners' Classes Beginners' classes will be started at Central, Fleetwood and Westminster schools on Monday, 1st .May. Parents are requested to send their children on the first day of school if possible. Arbor Day at School .\rbor Day has already been kept by Fleetwood school. On Tuesday Principal Brandow assisted by a number of the older pupils planted about UO trees on the grounds, greatly enhancing the appearance of the grounds. - - - - -,--.-a 'dOVOO burn COAl?'^ The Grace Coal Mine Is now prepared to take cara of nil orders. PHONE 1250 The quality Is the best. Delivered, $4.50 ton At mine .. 3.25 ton -D BOULTON'S ^ AUTO LIVERY Kate lor Country Tnp,s 1, 2 or 3 Passengers 15c Per Milo 15c PHONE 1206 Minneapolis Wheat ......... ns'-i ......... 118-% ......... u6&i i 1S i,s lis'.'4 115% WEDNESDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES CALGARY-Hog= Sfi.So to SI 1.00; steers $7.SO to $7.65: cows $-1.00 to $6.75; heifers So.oH to $7.00. CHIC.\GO-Hogs S7.-�n to S9.95; ..at-| tie J4.U0 to $9.So; sheep $5 to $11.5i.i. LOCAL MARKETS PRICES local GRAIN Wagon i)rlces- Wheat ................... Oats ................'..... Fla.x ..................... Barley.................... Tract prices : Wheat ................... Oats...................... Flax ..................... LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers 6% to 7'4. Fat cows 6 to GVi;. Sheep-Choice killing wotiiers 1>. Sheep-Choice killing ewes S. Select hogs, 130-:;00 lb.-;., 96 159 10 Vi lOU'g 37% I 1661,4 I "I UL l.iggeti's Chocolates, pure and delicious, are received fresh almost everv day at all Rexall Drug Stores, the exclusive Agents. J. D. Hlginbotham * Co., Druggists. MORE AMERICANS KILLED i Field Headquarters, via wirelesa to ' Columbus. .\. W.. April 26.-Two .Americans were killed and three wounded in an engagement between cavalrymen under Col. Dodd and Villa bandits of Tomachic, in the centre of Sierra .Madres. in western Chihuahua, on April i.'l, according to an official report reaching here today. GROCERIES ! GROCERIES!! 35c 40c 38c 75c PURE B. C. JAMS in stritwber-iles, raspberries, black cur rant, peach and apricot in 4 lb. palls, special per lin ................. STRAWBERRIES ami .\pples-, per tin . ... 75c 40c CORN SYRUP, iij. till per till .............. B. i?. TEA per l:.i.............. C. A S. COFFEE 1 lb. tin ........... C. & S. COFFEE " lb. tina ..... FRUITS & VEGETABLES ORANGES, at ....... LEMO.NS, per doz. 30c, 35c & 40c 30c CALIFORNIA STRAW-..BERRIES ........... RHUBARB 11 lbs. tor ............ 20c 25c REPAR REPLY ON mm Berlin, via Sayville. -April :;7.-Jas. \V. Gerard, United States ambassador to Germany, will leave Berlin tonight for the German army headquanera, where he will be received by the German emperor. Ur. Von Belhniann-Hollweg, the German imperial chancellor, who up to the present has been at army headquarters, is expected to come to Berlin Friday to prepare Germany's answer to tlie latest United States note. I.AWX GRASS AND \MiITE CL()V]:K In pound packagen in bulk. J. D. Higinbotham & Co. --- Limited � "Alberti's Pioijeer Druciglsts." The H^^teaM Stof Wholesale and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 Home Guard Regimental Orders Friday being Atbor Day, there will be no drill, but it Is hoped tliat every member of the home guard will do their share towards making -Arbor Day a success. The next drill will he on Monday. 1st of May at eight o'clock with rifles. Notified Agents Supt. Cotterell of the C. P. R. was kind enough to notify agents in tho district adjacent to Lethbridge of the holiday in the city tomorrow in order that the people of the district would be acquainted with the fact that the stores and business places would be closed. NOTICE Owing to the death of .lames .McDonald, a prominent member of the Young -Men's Bible Class and also of the Christian Endeavor, the managers of the St. -Andrew's church, have decided to postpone tlieir concert from April 2^th to .May 5th. 114-'J DAINTY LUNCHES SERVED AT The Ifenderson Lake Pavilion All Day Friday W. BRADBEER, MGR. Salvation Army / .Major Hay of IJdmonton will conduct the following services in l^eth-brldge, Saturday and Sunday, April 29th and ;: liprlhgs and lu^ matt.jKS, % boil, sprlmv and inattruas .MoClary run'ge In AI oi'dor, splendid cefrigorator, lawn mower, f.arrten Uoao, vorandaii awning, screen doors, lee croum freozer, camp bad and mattresB, and u (luantlty of useful kllchon requisites. NO RESERVE. TERMS CASH. t5. ;