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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE I, ETH BRIDGE D AIL IT Hi-IRALD Grain-fed Beef For Saturday We have secured a bunch of Grain-fed Steers from the G. O. Ken Farm at Coaldale, and have prepared a few for Saturday selling. These are three and four- year old animals specially fed and the best that can be produced. Get the highest quality for your Sunday Dinner. Grain-fed Pork For Tomorrow We also have some choice Pork produced from Skelling Bros, at Stand-off. The quality cannot be surpassed. DELANY'S LIMITED Al'llllj 30, 1915 PHONE 452 IS FINED Mtcleod. Alta., April acci- dent, might easily have heen productive oC very serious results, oc- curred on Sunday last, when Inconsid- erate driving of an automobile result- ed in Mr. and Mrs. B. Walsh and four other occupants being thrown heavily from a Mrs. Walsh reueived a aadly dialocalsd shoulder and a se- vere shaking lup, but the other occu- pants lustily escaped with a few bruises. The automobiles c-iEi- behind >lthout attempted 'u pass the rig in a narrow pan of ihe road, and caused the horses to jump sideways into the diich, aud although the occupants must have seen the ac- cident, they made no attempt to stop. The iMounted Police n'ere quickly in- formed of the accident and in a short t'.me ascertained that the driver of the car was a young Pincher Treek ranch- er named Richard Sorgie. He came before Supt. Starnes and Inspector Mc- Dcnald at the Barracks this morning to answer to the charge of falling to siop his car and give his name and address after causing the accident, and he pleaded guilty to the charge. After a few iiints as to his mode of driving in future he wag fined 550.00 and costs, in addition will have to mate re- r-r the accident.. Mr.'Irs. Walsh are well known old -lima-- >f the Macleod district, and at.preseu'. iiave one son at the front, nlia probably took part in the recent splendid achievement of the Canadian troops, and another son is in the army at Calgary. Lyndhursi. lor many .years secretary of the Ontario Jockey Club, is dead at Toronto. The Regina city council will under- take worth of new construe-" tion work this year. Dr. St. John, of Virden, is going to the front -with the army medical corpa. Building Business By Phone And Pleasing Particular People The Highest in Quality But Not in Price The Alberta Meat Market Phone 492 EXPERIMENTAL FARM We have secured the most of the Experimental Farm Beef. As we cater lo the most select trade in the city, WE NEVER SACRIFICE QUALITY FOR PRICE You are assured of a cleaner and a Better Service than any other market in the city. Ui-iifcsv 1-akc, Alia.. April Talks about Imtd limes uiul financial have not duunteil llir ellt- thi.s IHWU. ll tvns decided lo bchi ;i celebn, ,T. May 24th, un- der the auspice t- board of Trade. An program of sports is bciuj: and the cv- '.'uiiiR is to be Ud to a bJK datico. The coinmiUvr. in cliargi; of iifiuirs consists of L-HcrpPtic ciliiiMis W. W. 0. Lar- scn, H. K. v. Suilker, 0. P. I'ortct, W. J. C. Knox and A. T. LiM. Tin: footbtill lor the ieasou, lo be :i svit- cess as USIK. T; were Him. P1-.- P.P.; lion. I nd'k'ers rhoseii .1. McLoaii, M. W, A. Unclmr.- nbenvooil. J, Ball president, Nril KaiKbfek vira- an, .M. I1-, T. Itdlmuml, W. Koht. MeLarlilan Siiilkrr captaiiij capt.. K. se'.-.-tLcas., F. Moore. The ritizcns an) lik- ing such. a kcci; --t. .tsi in gp-'i't. is a sjineii. Tlie bavi- :i basketball team, -.vlnch promises ID br able lo hold own M ith ironicrul- OM Ills iriTiu so'iitli of town, lie hat every conlldiMice in this country, uiul In proving ii. C. A. JlcCleuaslian Lcthbrid, pull', a laisincss visit to town toduy. Tho cut wonn has nut itt-yot done very much inutcrial damage. A gpn ruin would nn end lo the pest. Dr. 0. A.' Drown, ol Uaylcy, paid a visit (o flic town and hospital heto. Soldiers Clash With Police in Montreal Affray Montreal, Que., April li. Taylor of Hie .llfenri barrncks 19 in tbe WL'stern hosiinal with bullet '.voinuls Jn his slite and hip; Constable fjetelller hua a three-Inch gush on liis '.eiuple. nnil Constable Hnymoud or the same station shows n coat, vest ami uhln punctured by a small bullet vhich raided a Uimt) on hie back but not 'jrenfc Hie skin, (lie result of afl'ruy eariy this inorning thu corner uf Noire Damu West and St. Ferdlnaiul streets, between Iho jiolicc and u narty of soldiers from ihe HI. Henri barnicks. inir U'ums. ThL- [fimis c! courts busy is belter [or v._! intcrcsl in wli.iir- C. also keeping (lie P veil in ITS. What ilmu to take an sports. I-'nremost, was .._..... a viK-.ijr in tov.- fore-part of ttit; C. Huttu-., uas gone to Edmnn- lon wherf1 he securer! a lucrative posiVcu L, .iJi wan ;i end visitor in Maple Chas. lias- -been in looking ais iufeccsts for the past Jias -returned to his hnr-p in E. oi Tabcr-, -made a business trip this N'cil Stalker -.ii-juglii a -ERinple of fall rye to n ivliich mcasurPtl twelve inches. Dr. L. K. Pi-.- marte a business Inp to Foremost j Tuesday in his new auto. Ok T. Latlirop.-.t'if? known land agent, has, hati s luen'" begin PRESIDENT VISITS EXPOSITION Sau Francisco, April Tlioiu- as Shaugbnbssy. president Or Lhe Can- adlnn Pacific Itailway, accomiJtinled by Shiiughnessy nntl .Miss Shaugh- Imi'e buou visitors ;it the Pan- anui-raclfic IniGntaLloiial IGxpositicti ni Sun Francisco the past The freerioni of the Jixiiosltion leudurcU to Sir Thomas by Prpsident .Moore, 'who received him in ofCicial capacity. And ai a hinclicon tGiider- jed Sir Thomas by the Imposition -MiUiorstiea, President Moore said: are fortunate in htiring 113 our guost our nearest noighbor on the 'north represented here today in the president of the grentest trnnaportn.- tion compnny. perJiajjs, in the world. 1 uo not think it too much to say that Cunada is to be congratulated on such a representative, and on the wonder- ful eibiblt that its great railroad and guvcrnment have brought us. Credit for these magnificent dJsnlayE mnsi b.? in the strongest terms." In reply, Sir Thomas said in part: "As for your Exposition. I cannot tlml words to say how deeply it has im- i pressed me. It is a marvel-of concep- j tion nnd construction. When all neo- I plo what beauties iiiid whni con- j ;stvuctlou they will find here, I ;im sure they 'will crowd to San Francisco In thousands upon thousands." When in Rome Do as the Romans Do Bui-i in the West do as the m. jr; ity of Westerners do. Drink You will then be sure of getting the best Tea sold Send this with 25 cBr.ti to Blue Ribbon, Limited, Winnipeg, fcf the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. The bett cook book for UM in "Tr'tltern Canada. Write name and addreafl plainly Specials for Saturday Fresh Lettuce, per ]iouncl. 30C Tomatoes, per pound 25C Onions, 2 bunches for 25C 30C 350 liadishes. ii Inniuhos for J QQ Spinach, jier pound Elinliarh, pounds for Cukes, each Long Cukes, Hoc House Aspnviigiis. per pound Sir? wherries, ]ior liox 20c Bananas. per doxen 25C 30C Celery, per pound 15C Florida, (.i rapes. 4 pounds Tor 25C Oranges, '2 doxen for 35C Oranges, per down 25c 35C Lemons, per dozen 25C Grape Juice This year's prices arc much lower last year: Pint Bollle sold at. now Quart hollle sold at 65: now Small bottles Bacon, per pound Swift's Shoulder, per pound (This is a good buy) Boiled Ham, per pound -35c Creamery Butter, per pound.........40C Dairy Butter, per pound Extra Special! 5 pound pnil Pure Jain, liaspberry and Strawberry, regular 75c 5 pound pails (Stra wherry and Apple) (Raspberry and Apple) (Plum and per can..............5QC H. A. McKILLOP Phones 1113 and 416 GRAVES 'OF CANADA'S DEAD CARED FOR BY ARMY AUTHORITIES Loridon, April graves of .he Canadians who fell at. Langhe- mnrcq, antl in other engagements, are being cared tor. There is 11 special departmont of Llie British adjutant- general's office which employs a large staff, hufylng, and, ns tar as possible, recording where each body is buried. Tbis department was organized after he South African war, and has been greatly reinforced. It has hecu ivork- ing since the opening c! hostilities. The British and Canadian Red Cross societies desired to participate In the work, but "were assured thoir aid was unnecessary. The army authorities, while pointing out It often is Impos- sible to deal with tho dead between the fighting lines, says everytliloB pos- sible is being dono to insure the de- cent nnd reverent treatment cl tho fallen. Where It is possible, loo, liv- ing comrades talie extra by. erect- Ing- crosses. P. BURNS COMPANY Phone 412 LIMITED. Phone 1388 Housekeeping Made Easier! Lethbridge men should see that their wives understand how to do away with as much cooking as possible during the hot summer months. No need to cook meats on hot days when you can have our splendid line of Cooked Meats! Ctfokcd Meats'and Sausage arc the lines in which we excel. They arp loinpiing in appear- ance. avH made from.the choicest meals by a man who specialises in these linos. The flavor Ooiric in and see these meats and you eai a lot of our Cooked Bleats this sunuucr. 20c you. POTTED paund HEAO pound ....................................10c PORK pound ............................20c 2 pounds f c PORK ANfi VrtE 35e Per pound 15c 25c HAM, SMOKED, pound Cut any weight, per pound Sllctd, per pound pound psilE 5 pound palls 10 pound pails..............-----. dozen for ...ISc ..20c ...25c ...50c ...75c .J1.45 ...450 Westminster Meat 310 Thirteenth Street North. Phone 1055 ;