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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta Pride of Alberta A Maid Fit For a Queen Taylor-Made. Mother's Favorite MAJESTIC PHONE.1722 ONE NIGHT ONLY Next Tuesday. June 6 RETURN ENGAGE- WENT B. E. LANG OFFERS THE FAMOUS y BOSTOXIANS' With all the favorite girls in a Brand New Show "The Girl in the Cabaret" A scintillating musical dancing revue PRICES 75e, 50c 25c SEATS READY AT MEDLEY'S SATURDAY MARKETS THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES ioct. IDec. Oa'.s I.May iJuly Open 166 LET US YOU SAVE MONEY ON YOUR GROCERY BILLS WHOLESALE PRICES ARE STILL ADVAIMCiNG ON MANY LINES; BUT WE HAVE PREPARED OURSELVES AGAINST ON AS MANY LINES AS WE COULD AND HAVE NOW OUR STORAGE CAPACITY TAXED TO THE LIM IT AND WE ARE GOING TO SELL AT A SLIGHT MARGIN ABOVE THE ORIGINAL COST. THE LI NES WE OFFER ARE EVERYDAY STAPLES AND YOU WILL DO WELL IN SELECTING WHAT YO U CAN USE FROM THIS LIST. THESE SPECIALS ARE GOOD FOR THE BALANCE OF THIS WEEK BUT'CANNOT GUARANTEE HOW MUCH LONG- ER THEY WILL LAST. ORDER NOW. PORRIDGE OATS, Robin Hood. A line you ail huoiv. In tunes, special ruch...........20c EVAPORATED MILK. Ciiitiuln First, iioihiui: better, family 'sixe, special per tin 10c Special, per cast1. IS tins EVAPORATED .MILK. Tiuuidit Kirst. hotel 8poei.il, i! ihis fur................... 45c Special, per case. '24 Koh Hoy. fine Sockeye. Is, special, per tin 20c Yacht. Red. This is exceptional value for ihe money, spfcUil tin 15c (.ioldtMi or (ieni. I.yf has gone ui> "iOf a cast-, li'il by.ml.i; bot'nn.' rise, special tius for........................ 25c owing, to sugar going up this has advanced considerably. bought this before the rise, Rofce and St. Wil- Ib'.'ttnV special................. 60c UPTON'S, 7 Ib. tins, special................95c u fresh lot jusi In, spsrial :t Ibs. for......................... 50c Special, per case 25 Ibs.................. PRUNES, 'size fiu-7fls. 10 Ib. boxes, special. per box................................. 51.15 RICE, very fipe No. 1 Slain, special 5 YDS. for 25c BEANS. California small Bayoa. special 4 IDs. 25c FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, 1 MARKET PRICES COCOA, Hensdorfs. the genuine Dutch Cocoa, made in Holland, uutltfntc finer, 14 Ib. tins 30c, M: Ib. tins............................ 50c COFFEE, DoniUco. very fine, rogujr 1 Ib. t ine. special per tin 4Qc OLIVES, 16 oz. bottles. Queen, just in, special per bottle............................... 35c CAKE FLOUR. Khovab Hnuid. 1 ib. packtfls all ready, mixed for baking a fruit cake, special per packet 15c CHRISTIES, Cherry Cake, fresh in. special per Ib.................................. 30c CHRISTIES Peel Cake, fresh in. special. Ib. 25c RASPBERRY VINEGAR, Red Cross, mum bottles, specml. each 30c LIME JUICE, Montaerat. This is the genuine and very finest. Lime Juice, pints, special JUT bott'le 40c Quarts, special, per bottle 75c GRAPE JUICE, Welch's, the national drink, without a doubt the finest grape juice pro Individuals, cadi 10c Pints, each 25c Quarts, each 50c Half Gallons, pach 85c FRESH IN DAILY, AT LOWEST Office Store Phone THE GOOD CO. Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERS, LETHBRIDGE 525 iJuly 'Oct................ Winnipeg Cash Prices i No. 1 Northern j No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern No. 2 C. W................. IIIIIB iii" p -rr- plax__ i N. Close 11055. 107% 162Vi 15S PLEASE YOUR PALATE Satisfy your thirst and give your psJate a "treat with one of our delicious sodas. The right flav- or, plenty of Ice cream, expert ,.1. mixing. Soda is- -soda pure, safe to >ln every served'to please your fancy. Jackson Co. Dispensing CHcmists, Lethbridge, Alberts July ;Sept. July Sept. Dec. .w. c. Chicago Wheat 109H Minneapolis Wheat Kernte. Slay 31, Special to the Her-j 105% Fernie district Conservative j j convention to place in nomination .a j candidate to take the vacant position i jleft by Hon. H. Rosa' retirement I I from his home riding to accent, the the Fort George riding, was held last j ,.22s i night in the offices of Herchmer and LOCAL MARKETS PRICES 92 33 1.14 46 METRO PLAYS WILL APPEAR AT Every Monday and Tuesday STARTING JUNE June "Her Great Match" FEATURING GALE KANE i Martin in this city. j j But one name was presented, ihat j itna- I of Thomas Uphill, aad he was j 4 j declared the unanimous choice of the j liu rt convention. Resolutions expressing j confidence in Sir Robert Borden and j YESTERDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES .K Bowser, were adopted, and of-! to j fleers for the ensuing year we're elec- j steers to 5S.25; cows to ted. T. T. MeVittie, of Fort Steeie, heifers r was elected president. to I Representative delegates were pres-1 cattle to lambs i ent. from all parts "of the riding and! S12.35. i every ihing passed off without huch I or hinderauce. were made to have Dr. Bon- nell allow his name to go before the j convention- but -he-positively .declined j i to arcade to the svishes of his- many I friends, thus leaving an open field for] Mayor Uphill. I i Mr. .TTiihlll has been twice elected I mayor of. Fernie.aud has served for I several years as .secretary of Glad- i stone Union. Personally, .Mr. Uphill' j is well liked and his tniblic record lias been satisfactory to the people of j the town. His was, perhaps, J the wisest that could have been made j and insures a clean campaign between j j him ami A. I. Fisher, the Liberal j standard bearer. j Both are clean, square men. and' honors will be even "OH that ground, j 1 Liberals are feeling confident of a- sweeping victory, however, upon the record made by the Bowser govern- i j ment, which will prove lir. Uphill's j greatest drawback. it seems to ba j _________________ i in the air that the present provincial Parcels for the prisoners of war government is doomed to defeat and iin Germany will be packed on Fri- a campaign under such circumstances :day, Jane 2nd, picnic that-fr-fias neen here food, comforts and money will be j for tbe last years. {most acceptable. The response, to j this fund has been most generous and j the committee in charge trust that j Choice Candies It is well to-have some regu- lar place for the purchase of confectionery. II you'll buy Xylo Chocolates at our store you will always be assured of best quality and freshness. Take today. a box home with you Prices' 10c "to a box Tke Red Cross Drag Book Co., United CITY AND DISTRICT For the Red Cross The U. F. A. ot Alberta has voted to the Alberta Red Cross. Dr. Kerby to be Chaplain II. is stated that Rev. Dr. G. W. Kerby of Calgary is to be chaplain of the 1 SI st "regiment at Maeleod. 0. O. F. Meeting [jfithbridge Encampment No. 7. I.O. O.F.. will'meet in the Oddfellows hall tonight at S o'clock. All members are i requested to attend. Visiting mem- cordially Invited. Elks to Meet LethbritlgR. Lodge Xo. 37. B. P. O. [Elks, will meet tonight In ilie K. P. {hall at S o'clock. All members are S urged to attend; as important club matters are to be settled. I For Seeding We Offer: Selected MarquiM Wheat per bus. White Banner Gats 50o per bus. Gold 'Coin Oats............. fi5c per bus. Barley per bus. per IMIH. THE ABOVE IS CLEANED AND READY FOR SEED Special Prices for .quantity lots. Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. [ndepsndent Foresters iifacturers. They probably will havu (ir niuchiuery on their liands. He was looking into the pos- sibility of making ceriain sinnil ar- ticles which previous to the war were imported from Austria and Germany. Examined by Wallace Nesbitt, the wit- ness said that from 85 to 40 per cent o[ their first graze fuses had been re- jected iu England but defects Imil At the conclusion of Mr. Russell's examination he asked to he allowed to make a statement in reply to lite evidence given by General Hughes. Sir Sam stated that Mr. Russell iiad telephoned to him about the fuse con- tracts and he would have rung off had he known, it was Russell because he had learned that he" hud got 25 per cent commission on motor lorrie's and had turned only in per cent ovejr to the government. Mr. Russell said he had never received any personal com- s mission. The matter was being in- quired into by the Davidson conintis- LOCAL GRAIN Vagon. prices- Wheat......... Oats I Barley Track prices Wheat ...............T___ i PlBI .___.......... 1- LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 7 to Fat cows, 6% to 7. hilling wethars killing ewes I Select hogs, J n. S. Francis, of this city, was Rlect- I ed High Senior Beadle of the Alberta j High Court of tho Independent Order Foresters. S. Davidson, police magistrate of Calgary, was elected JHigh Chief Ranger. j Join 191st I Messrs. Norman S. Rankin, pub- licity agent of the C. P. R. in Cal- jgary; V. A. Bowes, of the natural re- sources department of the C. P. R.. j and J. -M. Bell, assistant passenger [agent of the C. P. R., have been ap- pointed lieutenants in the 191st bat- i aion. and he was "willing to abide hy PRISONERS-OF-WAR FUND NOTES tbe >ast ten- Funeral of Fire Boss The funeral of Wm atkma, the nre boa3 who !os[ Iife last the interest in this work will continue. Packing is done' the first and third Friday's in the month and before these I dates a list of articles most required for the parcels Is published, as no j personal requests for donations are I made. Articles required for this ship- ment: shirts, condensed milk, curry 1 powder, Grape-Nuts, macaroni, cufel- ard powder and coffee. i Henj Jones a farmer near Jenner, Alberta, suicided by shooting himself. CARD OF THANKS Mr. and Mrs. James MacDonald, J250 oth Are., S.. wish to thank their friends for sympathy shown in then- recent sad bereavement, also for flow- are ssrat. OFFICE PKONE 1313. MANAGER'S RESIDENCE SMITH, .MURPHY CO. GROUND FLOOR-SHEHLOCKfBLDG., LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG, MAS. Grain Grain Grain Gain Grain Grain Grain Gain As I was going to St. I met a man with seven Each wife nice and neat and And each one wore a brand-new He'd hit grain and got hit ehcqut. Who did he Mil It through, "by SMITH-MURPHY PROOF OF THE PROFITS IS IN THE RETURNS." W.K. PORTER. MANAGER LETKBRIDQC'BRANCH. at the Coal Creek mines took place: this afternoon and was largely atten- ded despite the very inclement wea-, ther. The funeral took place from Thomp-; sou's undertaking parlors under the auspices of the Knights of Pythias lodge, the religious services being in charge of Rev. McClintock. of Knox church. The body was followed to its last resting place ity a large con- course of people the Ftrnie Hra.ss band leading and the K. of P. following the procession. _____ Pay Day for Soldicm I Today was nay day for the boys of i the Battalion and thny wore j 'marched un in front of the bank in j Today result. A Perfect Brush For Women's Use Most women ordinary brush With its mass of bristles very unsatisfactory-in that it is not sufficiently perfetrating. Our style "A" 33 brush-with itsi stiff, wiry bristle's mounted in matic rubber cugnfon back, is giving satisfaction to hundreds of women, who after having once used it wifl-have nothing else. V. !f you have never iised a brush of this character, get one today and experience the .satisfaction that follows its use. J. D. Higinbotham Co. "Albert-i's Pioneer Druggists.'' The TtefloK, Wholeislr, nr.d retail chemists TELEPHONE "NO. 322 J Want Better Service I The citizens of Wrentham are co- operating with the other towns on I the Foremost branch for an improved train service. The Lethbridge board of trade have received a petition b.ear- ing 33 signatures from that point ask- I ing for a "twice a week" service. The j petition has been forwarded 'to the C. j P. R. officials. Police Court Wm. Johnson was taken in tow yes1 terday on a charge of supplying im toxicants to Mary Wear, a Blood treaty Indian. Jlary was also arrest- ed. Their cases will be disposed of on Saturday. Mike Chnbscz, charged !with doing grevious bodily harm to i the late Jerry Carroll, was again re- jmanded until So far tlie charge against him has not been amended. the decision. .Mr. Hollimuh brought up the question of thy desirability of having Mr. Kyte M. P., in attendance before the. close of the -session. Ir. view of developments and -Mr. Car- veil's statements that Mr. Kyte could not throw any new light on the mat- j ter, he thought "it might not he nec- essary to call Mr. Kyte. Commissioner Duff .said he would strongly dissent from Mr. Kyte or any other members of the highest, court iu the land being asked to ex- plain his reasons for doing so. H would involve a general constltution- aV Question. Garvell said that Mr. Kyte was willing to come- but he could only do so ar great inconvenience, it j was decided not to call Mr. Kyte. i June Ron. A. C. II. K. Landry has resigned as speaker of the senate, is generally believed In the although up to the present time official confirmation of the report is lacking. Thu resignation would go to Mis Royal Highness, the Governor-General. Snc-akEr Landry has presided over the deliberations of the upper house during the present parliamentary term excepting for n short period during the session of when he went on strike in.con- nection with a dispute over the inter- nal economy management of the sen- ate. Senator Landry is president of the French-Canadian educational associa- lion which has led in the fight against regulation 17 of the On- tario government, [t is believed that his object in resigning the speaker- ship is leave himself Free to lead in the fight-f01 what-the French-Can- adians believe to he their rights. Daylight Saving Petitions Daylight saving-petitions have beou left at the following stores, in addi- tion to those mentioned yesterday: the North Ward grocery, the Stand- -ard Bank, Williamson's, and the Peo- ple's drug store. FOR DEW ICE Clear at crystal Delivered to all parti of the City right SATISFACTION GUARANTEED JOHN BRODIE Through the kindness of the Can- adian Pacific railway officials togeth- er with Livingstone, at No. fi mine, arrangements have' now been completed the delegates attending: the Methodist Conference to visit the celebrated Gait .coal mines. Promptly at 1.45 on Saturday after- noon the special train will leave; the depot direct to 4ie mine.and will be i met by Supt; view-1 Resigns from Session ing vhe interior workings sufficient At a meeting of the Session of i time, will be given to Inspect the mach- Knox church last evening. E. X. Hig- inery reseuo station and other points Inhotham tendered his resignation as clerk o'f..the session, and J. Kussell of interest on the surface. The return trip will leave at Ascension Day A scansion Thursday and to get their cash. There are there was no school at St. Basil's as now ITS men on the'rolls of "A" pany and J75 In Hie Imttalion. ENTER APPEAL 1 Oliver was elected to fill the vacancy. uij011 arriving at the depot (lie Mr. Higinbotham'B resignation was commissioners have kindly placed accepted with regret, ami many eulo-i the disposal the., visitors siifllo. gisticA references were made to UU! Btreet caw to comfortably trans- work during the many years in which I l'ort Miem around the city, when the beautiful' parks, trees ami .boulevards can be seen to advantage together with a side irlp to Henderson Lake and exhibition grounds. 'The excnr- ASK YOUR GROCER FOR "Crystal Brand'1- Creamery Butter The Best Freah Butter on -the by The Crystal Dairy Lethbrldge Phone 1576 he church. been connected with the Salvation Army There be a special meeting at .the Salvation Army citadel tonight at o'clock, when Staff Captain Peacock will give an address. The band will be In attendance, and all are vorj-JTIlP heartily: invited. t.u be present. Sun--! I sion is scheduled to ler-minute at -1.45 at the Wesley church when the dele- gates will be socially entertained. Funeral of Mrs. Roy the remains of the late Mrs. Dr. Roy, previous to the shipment of the re- i mains east r.o Montreal for burial, j Rev. Father Bidauli. conducted the j Funeral of Mrs. Morrison Mrs. p. Morrison of Lonia service, and rtev. Father .Cozlnet Vulcfsn. who was brought to the Gait preached a rfhort aermon. The choir hospital len days ago to undergo i wan In attendance ,and rendered ap-1 treatment for a aerlous affliction, died AD appeal has been entered in Dial- i'propriate music, Yhe church was jbn hei way home from 'the- hospital rict Court against the finding of Supt. j filled with those who came to pay last in the ambulance. The deceased was Pennefather-of- the Mounted' Police, respects. The remains were shipped'" fn the brought.by the liquor H-feaBl on the midnight train accoru- cense deuartment of the provincial} panted by Ilr. Koy and Madame Va- government against Jlr. Porter: and :lade; There will be R maaii said In IG. with selling intpxi-. the catheflra! at.-'Otta'wa and 'rating JlquGi- without a license. TWs ment will take place at "Montreal. The Is the famous two-per-c'ent hwr case, pallbearers here'Were Messrs. I dismissed by Supt. Pennefather. .The J Home, Higinbotham. J. Mo- ,wtll be lienrd at the Bitting of Swayue, T. Qulnn, -Dr. Ualllvan i District, Oourt to open on June IS. 'Dr. Allen, years of age and was well known In Lethbridge, She !s survived by her husband, Mr. D. Morrison; two slaters, MUs K. Cocnrane'atid Mrs. .1. Main; 'two D. flochrane and Mr. J. Cochran'e, niece, Mrs. A'. McPheat of this city. The funeral tako place at 2 o'clock tomorrow from St. Andrew's 1'roibj- torlau church. oo yoo BURN com? The Grace Coal Mine is now prepared to tako care of all orders. PHONE 12SO The quality Is the bcii. Delivered, ton At mine ton IN TON LOADS That the I3tlr.j Overfleas 'Mounted Rifles battalion will leave within, a short time Is by -1 Uie fact that recruiting.'officers. are.J scouring the country In' effort to get about 50 meii to.nll out the unit so that there will .-be no neces- sity, of making 'drafts on other units to fill the 13th In time Lieut. H. Q. Swift of the Is In the city today and will directions-from here days, Is. a fine opportunity for men (o Join and get Mrly action, and j it IB not thought therrj will be any! trouble getting the number Of raon ni-'j qulrud. r In all In tlie. next ten ROOFING AND Sheet Metal Work K. Dixon Co., PHONE 1097 It REAR STAFFORD BLOCK V ;