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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta r^ss PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HO TEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta Or. Bakir.g Day All Hotiscivives to Taylor Made This Weeks Specials for Thursday and Saturday FRIDAY BEING Ar.BOR DAY, THIS STORE .WILL BE CLOSED. CALIFORNIA STRAWBERRIES ARE NOW COMING IN DAILY. THE QUALITY 1 S FINE AND THE PRICE IS REASONABLE. OTHER FP.ESH FiSUITS AND VEGETABLES ARE NOW COMING IN FREELY. STRAWBERRIES, liu. Mother s Favorite CALIFORNIA � ................. FRHTH RHUBARB. lbs. '.or RIPE TOMATOES, jur ... FLORIDA CELERY, -J llis. li>|-HOT HOUSE CUCU.MBERS, th kim!. iTiv'i' each ................ GREEN ONIONS. :; l>iiiui)rh I'or .... ORANGES. hir^'r olios. \ 01 y pit' do/.oi; ....................... ORANGES, !;''i;;rtai- 50c liiu'. special LEMONS, Uii^A'' si.-.i- por ilo.'oii ..... APPLES. Konmii l5oiiiuio>. oxlni spo �ook oii'.y. por oasc ............ Oi- I lb-.. U:;oiuuian. .M.I',, luiawa. oxtendin [ ronarat'iialioiis fur joiiiiii'- tli and wisliinv: them sm-oe.ss iii'w �.onniro t-"ort William. .Vpril I'S All om-t ployos of the C. P. U. oiovator walked i out at noon toda.v and the strike is ' liable to sproatl to all torminal elevators In both ports. Fort William and Port .-Krihiir. The men liemand 1 enis por hour for ordinary time and \Z cents ovortimo. ihoir wages now i.>eiiiB I'T'..;- and e'lo. Pnporiiitotidents lioro are unanimou"; in deolariiiK thi>y will not aooodo to the domand. Elo-vator employes wi!! pivo the balanio of (he oompanie.- operating here until j .May Isl to aoiinie. If the scale is not ,,>,.,(ii,.. (||- praiiled the strike will In- made Kon-oral. 1- I FRIDAY'S Wh-at - GRAIN PRICES U. S. WAS SILENT ^ Wasiiini-'ion. A|iri! 'JT. So. reun-y LanSiU!; todav m:ide an miciualirieil lionial of piiiiiisliod r�>i)oris ihat the i'liiioil .^ta'.e.i'had bIv-mi any infuiuia-tio;i wiu.!evor lo tiie British �ovorn-.nont .V, hich aided in liie apprehension of -Xw- iiof-'er Caseiueni on his unsao-ci-sfui e.xprditioii to Irolaiid. T!ie Spanish Kovernmont 'i.e-iiii; tile estaldishmeni wirelos.- .-service with til States. 1- YOUTIH in OLD AGE ICE CREAM How to Live to Year be One s 01^ Hundred /for HOME. .USE The Crystal Dairy nr.. Wii'n nioper atienuoii to diet . .-ntion of colds, exereise, p:eni.\ of | sleep, piopor oaro of ti:e skin and ' :\!ay ......... cohirs .I'-ly ......... their I'et.......... Oats- :.lay ......... July ......... 'Oct.......... Harh-y .\!av ......... Kla.\ ;.Mav ......... Jnly ......... Winnipeg Wheat -.N'o. 1 .\ortliern ; Xi.i. .Vorthorn No. :'. .Northern No. ! Xorihi/rii Xo. N'orlheiTi . Xo. ii Xortlierii : f:)ats -Xo. -J C. W...... ,Xo. ('. w. ...... � Kxtia ! i-"ee(! . .. I.Vo. ! Feed ..... I liarley-Xo. :; .......... Open Closp 11.-.'., ur.i.. ii:;!.,: 114 1 ,, t.-. l.'l li>l. i;4 ITS IS4 ISl'.. TENNIS SUPPLIES KACdl KTS As well as the English made racquet, we sell the well known Victor, (made in Canada), racquets. These are especially adapted for this climate and ev-ery racquet is absolutely guaranteed. All weights, prices $2.50 to $10.00. N i: rs Heavy cord, full size.....$3.50 Heavy cord, tarred......$4.50 Extra heavy, copper wired $6.50 J{ALLS Slazenger's 1916 balls, per dozen ................. $4.50 Regulation 1916 balls, per dozen ................ $3.00 POSTS Selected ash, metal tipped, with guy ropes and stakes per pair ...............$1.50 MAIL ORDERS RECEIVE THE BEST OF ATTENTION Tke Ked Cross Drag & Book Co., Limited p. Bruns Here P. Burns, tlio (.'algary piudior, went south tilts morniiiu; to inspect his slock wdiioh have boon wintering at his Milk river ranidi. riiis i.s llic kind of wlunU used in llic niiin-nlaclnrc of uuicaroni I'ltHir. \V(' have several cai's of lliis \vlic>al in slock and caii ol't'cr il lo the public I'oi's( cdiiiu-. Mr. liayniond Ivniulii: III" ItaN'niond, Alia., lias li'rown sixty hiisluvls I will si a lid tlio >r liavniond. .Vila., lias lo the a,cr(! of I his wheal and droil,i>'hl betlci' I ha n any olh(> We :M'e olforinj; i( :it 1.20 po wIhmI .  bushel sneked We ran also oiler Murciuis wheal, oals, l)eai'(lle.ss and six-rowed l>arley, llax and peas I'or seed. CALL ON US OR WRITE US FOR PRICES ElBson Milling & Elevator Co. Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. 1 Was Attached to 25th j l.ient. .�\lloyii. uiveii in yesterday's casualty lists as hoin.e wonndod. was 1 an artillery officer from Fori Sas-I katchewan. .Vita., who was gazottod I with the -.."iih Ualtory ot' l.elhhridge. ! bofciv hiiing attached to an eastern ; overseas artillery unit. Acting Sergt.-Major Acting sorgeam Jophson of the fiist has boon provisionally appointed acting sorgoaiU-major of llie unit and acting .\. e. O. Floet lias boon ap- \V. pointed acting sergeant. Lieut. \'ir-|"^ tiio and C.unnor Mcl.oan have not yet returned from their recruiting trip to .Macleod and Pinclicr Creek. 00 vou BURN com? The Graee Coal Mine is now prepared (o take caro oC all orders, PHONE 1250 The quality is the best. Delivered, .$1.50 ton At mine . . 3.25 ton BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY Hate tor Conntry Trips 1, 2 or 3 Passenaers 15c i''^>- ^^lii'^ 15c PHONE 1206 Conclude on Sunday Kvangolists [iogno and Webb will conclude their series of mpetin,gs in the Christian church on Suuday evening. This evening .Mr. Hogue's toiJ-ic will Ije "The Great Kefusal." On -Monday evening following the close of the series a receiition and f(d-lowship moetinn- will be held, before tlie ovan.^elist.s leave iho city. Cash Prices cont.'m-direi\ \ nilt.-d PHONE 1576 \()t ICE is Willi regret that wr aniiouiico tho i;;nio ' A'incd. \ears may he adde.l to one's jiife. I .\ Civil War \>loraii, .Mr. V\'. II. I'.ov.-er.^. of Sleuhonvilli', Ohio, says: i "[ am 77 years of an*'-. 1 suffered fioni ' general weakness, nervous down ami dizziness. Xw old leconiinended Viuol. It built ino up 50 iliat I was aide ;o go to work as strong and well as over." The reasum Vinol is so bem ficial I lo old people is because it contains I 111.- s:-':\ (-leiuen!:, 111:0,leil TO replace |de.clini!ig streilfe'th W'lli renewed vi^'-; or. iz.--ilie medicinal eh-nieuts of fresh cod livers, wiihoui oil. iieinon-;at(! of iron, beef iieptone and a mild j tmiic wine. I If \'inol fails to build mii liie I'eeljli-' weakened sysi'mi of cdd people, w.-, will return, ihe ainonni of mono;. 1 paid us for il. ,1 ,1*. 1 liginbotiiam I Co., Druggists, Lethbrid ' .VdverU.scmont No, 4 ji;^. I Kejected ......... f'eed............. Fla.N --.\o, 1 .V. W. C, . , . .\o. c. v,-........ Chicago .May .luly Se),i. Ma.\ .Iiily Sepi. Wheat , 1 Fl ......... 11-1=^-, ......... 11;'.%, Minncnpolis Wheat ......... !17V- ......... 117=, ......... 11.'. iii;>., ii;;=� ud'>4 10t'.-\ ..ill. k -1.; �1-1 �14 lib :.i; 174 IK'.".., 114"s 114% 1 FS-n I nt's iltlH For that lame back and sore muscles use Rexall Rubbing Oil Relieves almost instantly 50c $1.00 25c J. D. Higinbotham & Co. -- Limited --'- "Albeft-t's Pioneer Drufigists." The axZ, Store LIVESTOCK PRICES (algary -- Hugs. Sii.sr, to Sll.lu; Mi.-ers. .f7..'.ii to S7.!!ii; cows. 31.bii to SC.7.": heifers. ?.',r(0 to J7.'|ii, Chicago -- Hogs. $7,4i) to $',i.!l,",; Caltle, .lary Ryan has been in the city for the iiast lew days making arrangements for the eoniention. Several of the members of tlio national board of the (diurch from the state: 'vill be present, as well as delegate from both .Mheria and Saskatchewan De?.th of Coaldale Farmer i The death of Tlios. Paulson a well-1 known farmer of the (!oaldale districl I ooeurreil last ni';ht. at tlie age ol I r.fi years. .Mr. Paulson had lived for the past nine years in the Coaldale ! district, having come there from i-N'orth Dakota, llc' lein es a wife and four sons, Paul, in the IFitli Migh-landers, and (Instave. Alfred and Carl and two daughti>rs .Mrs, i'"rank i\nap|) and .Mrs, ,Ios, Kiiaiip, 'I'lie funeral will lie held Salitrday from the re.':ideiice south of Coaldale, The remains will he brought lo Fellibrldge on the afleriioon train, inlermoiil ho-itig made in the i.etlibridge conietery. John Gil more The Bake; ---Dr. Wiley, who lor a number of years was the head of tlie pure food department of Iho Fnited States Gov-ornmont, and who was mainly responsible for the passage of the Pure l-'ood Law in that country, has said: "Bread i.s one of llie most important foods that we have, it has more nour-islinient for less money than tiny other food provided by the skill of man, the people of this country would be tar healthier and have loss sickness K tliey used more bread and less meat," --We ari^- conslantly trying to make good broad lielter and the fact that we sold nearly three (luartors of ;i million loavi-s last year proves that the puhlic are appreciating our efforts, -MADAM-We would like to have the opportunity of proving to you that QUAKER BRFAD is BETTER BREAD Just phone 378 and we will call. \ . Ottawa, .Spril i;7.-Four officers he F.ritisli navy-Commander F. Ainistrong, Commander Urown. of I 1'.! l.ieuL ^ lievan C. Cox and Lieut. X. Mitchell- I liavi! arrivi;d in Ottawa lo look over i.'.ii I r.K-ruils for the coast patrol service, �'"'.�i' I Some time ago recruits for the iiiot-' or ho;il pairo;. wii;cn iia.s ))eeii doiii;:, l"li:i i some valuable work along the Hrltish '7V-I 1 coie^i. ".'Ore called for in Caiiada. A l'''l/"i ; largo iiumbei^ nf men voltmteered f \ lor this brancn o; ,-.:ie service, the aie ; plications being received at the do-i parimeni of naval affairs in Dtlawti. !i. I 'I'll Uritlsli tia\al officers will e\-I amliii' and jiass on tlie men wdio lijive volunteered. ORANGEi, al ....... 30c, 35c &. '4 CALIFORNIA ..BERRIES ., STRAW- LEMONS. pel' do/.. 30c RHUBARB :'; lbs, lor 20c 25c OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S RESIDENCE 547 WESTERN MERCANTILE CO. SAM SADOWSKI, PROPRIETOR PHONE 1724 for Quick Delivery We Deliver lo all Parts of the City 5C& THIRD AVE. SOUTH SMITH, TvlURPHY & CO. GROUND FLOOR SHERLOCK BUILDING, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. MAN G^ain am YOUR GRAIN CONSIGNMENTS WILL BE PROPERLY HANDLED IF VOU BILL YOUR CARS-ADVISE: SMITH, MURPHY & CO. "THE PROOF OF THE PROFITS IS IN THE RETURNS." G^ain Grain Gain W. K. PORTER. MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH. DONT MISS THESE SERMONS at the CHRISTIAN CHURCH REVIVAL THURSDAY- "Tlie I'lipardoii able Sill." FRIDAY-"The' flreat Ket'usal," SATURDAY-"Prepare ,Mcss!i,i;'('s worlli while I'oi' to Meet flod." VOU HEAR- EVANGELIST JASPER BOGUE AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH SUBJECT, "THE GREAT FU8AL." RE- LIVE SONG DIRECTED BY BAPTISMAL SERVICE SERVICE MR. WEBB AUCTION SALE on Saturday Afternoon, April 29 COMMENCING AT 3 O'CLOCK Oil the I�iemi.ses, (i;U lOth SL, Soiidi FRANK WADDINGTON IS FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM DR. D, A. TAYLOR TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AS ABOS'E Surplus Household Furniture Not roi|Ulrod in cliangii of roBldenco, ami liKjludiiit',; Vlandtjome solid oak buffet, set of solid oulc dining chaii'H, extemling oak din-lug table, solid oak rocker, solid oak Koiits' armcliair, loutlior tipholsLoi'od, solid oak aide luble, drawing room iiarpdt, lu \ 12, green, Axintnuter, dining room carpet I) .x 7fL i.l lu,, orloiital coloru, drop head ue\i ing machine In iie'.v co.ulllloii, wicket' occualonul cliuirs, oak clufl'onlur, nunrior out oak dresaor, boil with bo\-i.nrhurs and tiu ioalt,j!;s, % bed. spriao; and nuittryss .McClary range '.n AI order, splendid rel'rlBeraloi', lawn mowev, pardon hose, veraiidali awning, Bcreen tloors, ice cream ti'oezai', camp 1)Pd and maltroBH. and a iiuantlty ol' iitatul kitchen I'uqulsltoH. NO RESERVE, TERMS CASH. ;