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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHfeRlDGE DAILY HERALD WINDSOR a Day Hotel in Alberta I Pride of Alberta A Maid- Fit For a Queen Taylor-Made Mother's Favorite FRUITY SODA Our soda drinks are simply deli- cious. That's the popular and unanimous verdict. Have you tried one? Satisfy your thirst with a cold, fruity, sparkling soda drink at our fountain anil you will enjoy the best soda water obtainable. Jackson Co. Dispensing Chemists, Lethbridge, Alberts SATURDAY SPECIALS AT.GOOD'S HOOD RIVER STRAWBERRIES, tiles.' aro now in spli-mlld sliaiio. only a limited cinantily. per baski-l 20c ARKANSAS STRAWBERRIES. HOT HOUSE TOMATOES, nor Ib. .........25c' FRESH ASPARAGUS, per Ib............... 20c CAULIFLOWER, lariif heads, I'lu'h 25c NEW POTATOES, first of Hiis season. S los. 25c NEW BEETS. Ibs. tor 25c NEW CARROTS, 4 fnr 25c FRESH RHUBARB, S Ills, tor............ 25c Ptr case................................ NEW CABBAGE, per 7c MULTIPLIER ONIONS, for planting, only a few left, per Ib, 13c VALENCIA ORANGES, special, per 20c Also larger sizes, at 30c and 40c LEMONS, large ones, ficr doz............. 2Sc GOOD COOKING APPLES, B His. for 25c GREEN ONIONS, biinches for 5c RADISHES. 3 bundles tor.................. 10c GRAPE FRUIT. Florida. :i for.............. 25c BANANAS, extra fine, good size, per dte. 30c PURE MAPLE SYRUP. Small's in half gallon tins, just in. per tin..................... 95c :akos, 2 tor 25o 25c PURE MAPLE SUGAR, large SMALL CAKES. 0 for.................... QUEEN OLIVES. Ballon glass bottles, special per laillon bottle ......................._ S1.B5 16 Oz. Bellies, sivecitil, each In Bulk, per pint 25c CREAM BRICK CHEESE, per 35o MINCE MEAT, in bulk, very fine, per UK 15c COTTAGE ROLLS, something very fine for for frying, boned and rolled in I'eameal; sliced, per Ib............................. Whole, per Ib............................. FRESH CHURNED CREAMERY BUTTER. Magralli. per NEW LAID EGGS, per iloz................. CUCUMBERS, euch............. 15c, 20c 25c CHRISTIES, Cherry Cake, per Ib...........30c CHRISTIES, 1'eel Oake. per Ib............. 25c COOKED MEATS BOILED HAM, Roast Pork and Corned Beef. All sliced, per Ib........................ We MINCED HAM. sliced, per Ib.............. 25c OX TONGUE, sliced, per 60c 27c 24c 35c 30c SPECIALS ADVERTISED YESTERDAY AND WEDNESDAY GOOD ALL NEXT WEEK. Office Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERS, LETHBRIDGE Store Phone 525 MARKETS! IHEDBfttIB WINNIPEG GRAIN PRICES ,___ 110 109 December.......... July October .Inly.............. 15S lli0 October........... WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat: I No.; I No. 3 Nor.. .HHVi No. -1-Nor... I't No. C. C. W...44 i i No. 3......65 Xo. 4 CHICAGO WHEAT July 105'4 103 September 107 105 MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT July............... Hi's Through the activity-of llie'bourtl of trade, ami tile kindness of the C.P.R. i officials ami Gait mine officials, the u 'many delegates in attendance at the Methodist conference will be given an excursion to the Gall mines tomorrow (afternoon. A special train -.vill leave the depot if. I at lAa sharp, and'all are requested jto be uromptly on. hand.. .The trajn jwill carry the delegates to Xo. 6 mine. Snpt. Livingstone will show i 'them about. The return trip will; start at 8.30, and will i a trip about'tlie city oh'tipecia! street! curs, at the residence, pt Dr.. -Gal- braith on Third Avenue, where a re- ception will be held, to which all the delegates are invited to spend a so-! LOCAL MARKETS I LOCAL' GRAIN PRICES i IVaeon i Wheat I Oats SiJ ICE Clear as crystal f Delivered to all parts of the City Prices right 'f SATISFACTION GUARANTEED JOHN BRODIE ROOFING K'Sheet Metal Work f Geo. R. Dixon Go.. PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK Barley.................... -16 Track prices Wheat................... Oats........................ Klax LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers- 7 to Fat cows. to 7. killing wethers killing ewes Select hogs, 150-200 Rerall Orderlies are a pleasant, safe and sure laxative. Sold and giiaran- teed by all Rexall Drug Stores, 15c and 25c. .1. D. Higinbotbam Co., Limited, DO YOU BURN COAL? The Grace Coal Mine is BOW prepared to take care all' orders. PHONE 1250 The quality li the best. Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS 3ask., June P. Brown todav is undergoing his fifth day of cross-ex am ination by X. R. Craig, Mr. Bradshaw's counsel. Not much developed at the commission sitting this morning with the exception that further review of Brown's financial dealings revealed the I'aci that in 191 as in 1915, he received through fradulent contracts for which he, could not account in any way. After all, real estate payments and other expenditures had been balanced" up against his receipts re-1 raained, for the expenditure of which Brown could offer no explanation. His'total returns from fraudulent i contracts during the year were 900, and of this amount he used to reduce his liabilities on real j estate. Practically the only other point the j cross-examination brought out was j with regard to salary and expenses al-j lowed Road Inspector Whitman, who inspected the work done by the out- fit owned jointly by Joseph Bird, an- other road inspector, and Brown. In j the fiscal year of 1914-15 Whitman was allowed expenses of S2.100. the vouch- ers being passed through Brown's of- fice. Brown said in" regard to this! that during the relief work in tlie fall of that year, the allowance of seven dollars y day for expenses would not be excessive. Beautiful Japanese Fans (FOLDING STYLE) FREE OX SATURDAY With a purchase of Xyal (u'ooits. .either'of the niedioiil or toilet; linos, Xylo or Ford Chocolates, amount- to 25c or over, or wiih stationery am- ounting to oOc or over This is a fan well worth hav- ing. When folded ii is small and compact, and when opened it is a beautifully well made fan, sufficiently large to be a great comfort and convenience. You will want one of these when you see them, so arrange to make your necessary pur- chases in these Hues -at our Etore tomorrow. Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited CITY AND DISTRICT Special Matinee A special vaudeville matinee will be given at the Orplieum Saturday after- noon. For Seeding We Offer: "Selected Marquis per bus, White Banner Oats SOc per bus. Gold Coin Oats............. per bus. per bu.s. Flax per bus. THE ABOVE IS CLEANED AND READY FOR SEED Special Prices 1'or quantity lots. Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. Hon. Cushing Here Hon. W. H. Cushing of Calgary is unions. delegates t.o the Alberta Methodist conference. Singer Officials Here W. H. Merrick, of St. Paul, rep- resentative for North America of the Siiiger Sewing .Machine-company, and j F. .1. O'DonneM, oE Regina, supervisor j of western division, are at the Alex- j andra. Calgary Man Named H. X. White, of Calgary, better l.bnowon as ".Johnny" White, lias boen appionted tax inspector for Alberta i and Saskatchewan in connection with j iihe new business profits taxation scheme which was introduced by Sir Thomas White, Dominion minister of' finance in his budget this year. Machine Shop j Messrs. W. N. Keith and J. S. Jones are opening an.oxy-acetylene welding and vulcanizing business at 6th Street south, beside tlie Herald. These gentlemen have had a long and com- plete experience in their lines and arc said to "be experts at the business. They came to Lethbridge in response to the advice of friends here and ex- pect to open on Monday. Patriotic Fund The lion, treasurer, R. J. R. Pater- son, acknowledges the receipt of ?ft.SO j from Alexander Gait chapter, I.O.D.E. benig proceeds of tea room; also-the following contributions from the em- ployees of the Lethbridge Brewing Malting company: K. Mueller K. V. Dooley. W. S. F. Sick 510 and A. Kane ?500; Herald Newsboys WHERE TO GO FOR Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S RESIDENCE 547 SMITH, MURPHY CO. GROUND FLOOR SHERLOCK BLOC., LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG, MAN. Grain Grain Gain Our Aim TO MAKE OUR SERVICE SUCH THAT'WE MAY SE- CURE THE COMPLETE CON- FIDENCE OF EVERY GRAIN GROWER IN THE CANADIAN WEST. Grain Grain Grain Gain "THE PROOF OF THE PROFITS IS1, IN THE RETURNS." W, K. PORTER. MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH. A FOR! OF GREECE j Xew York, June. to. a (dispatch to the New York American I from British j warships have bombarded the Greek port of Nauplia, Part, .of the city was destroyed by fire. The Greek govern- ment has protested to the allied gov- ernments. The French have, occupied 1'orui. nprtneasi or Lake uumui., Xauplia is near the'head of the gulf of that name, and its fortifications were generally, considered impreg- nable. H was once the capital of Greece. The dispatches no ixplanalion of'the cause of the bom- bardment. Greeks Firing on Bulgarians Athens, .June l.-rThe Bulgarian minister has' protested to" tlie Greek government that Greek troops are fir- ing on Bulgarians at Kupelf. The gov- ernment has refused to consider the protest. BRITSH HOUSE ADJOURNS London, June house of com- mons. Ihis evening agreed to a motion made by Premier Agquith.for an ad- journment of the house-to June AND EVERYTHING PERTAINING TO THEM Film, Film Packs, Plates, Papers Post Cards, (Pack- ages, Gross and five hundreds) Azo, Velox, Solio .arid Bromide, Amateur Printers. Kodak Premo Tanks, Trimming Boards, Ferrotype Plates, Mounting. Tissues, Graduates, Stirring Rods, Photo .Chemicals, Photo Books, Etc., Etc. OUR DEVELOPING AND PRINTING CANNOT BE EX- J. D. Higinbotham Co. Pioneer Druggists." The WholcsjV and retail demists TELEPHONE NO. 322 Home Guard Orders Weather permitting drill will be held this evening at eight, o'clock at the usual place. All members are requested to attend. Immediately at the close of the drill a meeting will be held in tlie board of trade rooms for the purpose of dis- cussing the of a militia re- serve and other matters of interest. If tlie evening is stormy the meeting will be held "at eight o'clock instead of drill. All members are specially urged to be present at both drill and meeting. By Order Officer Coinmadding. Rev. A. L. Clarke, reclor of St. Sav- ior's church, Waterloo, Ont, lias been {officially' appointed chaplain or Ihe 118th. Battalion. METRO WONDER PLAYS WILL APPEAR AT The F- m press BAPTISTS DISCUSS CHURCH j UNION IN SASKATCHEWAN Moose -law. June union was discussed to gome extent, at one of the sessions of the convention of Baptist today and the feel- ing of many'tp fhe delegates present was that the principle of church union was in many suitable for cdoption by ihe Baptist church. FEATURING GALE KANE June "Her Great Match" The Importance of Bread as a Food -----Dr. Wiley, who for a number ot yuars was the head of the pure food department of Hie United States Gov- ernment, ami who was mainly respoii- for the passage of liie Pure Food Law in that country, has-said: "Bread is one of the most important foods that we have, it. has more nour- ishment for less money than any oilier food provided by the skill of 'man, ihe people of this country would be far healthier and liave less sick- ness ifl they used more bread and less meat." -----WH are constantly trying to make good broad better and the fact that we sold nearly three quarters ot a million loaves last year proves that the public are appreciating uur ef- forts. would like to have the opportunity of proving tc QUAKER.BREAD, is BETTER BREAD Just phone 378 and we will call. John Gilmore Bake Autogenous Welding BY THE Oxy-Acetylene Process WELDING is Ibe modern method of uniting metals by heating without hammering or compression. By. m is- process Iron. Steel. Cast Iron. Aluminum, Brass. Copper. I''at> and other-metals 'can-to as perfectly united that, when smoothed, THE JOINT CANNOT BE DISCERNED. nartS'USUally break in the satire place as the old one. In Welding we can reinforce the weak part, atid make the OLD PIECE BETTER THAN A NEW .ONE.' We can weld any of the following parts. RE GARDLESVOF THF SHAPE' OR SIZE- AUTO, GAS ENGINE, or STEAM ENGINE CLACKED; SCORED' OR BROKEN CYUNDERS, steel Cast or Aluminum Crank Cases. Gear Cases, Ax es. Axle Tubes, Pistons, Connecting Rods, Kadms llods, Steeimg Knuckles GEARS OF ALL KINDS, now Cogs built CRANK SHAFTS Engine, frames. Cycle Frames. Ungine Beds. Governor parts Pulleys Cracked or Leaky Heating Boilers (guaranteed to pass SHOP or FARM MACHINERY parts, such as broken parts ot iithM Shapers' Grinders, Motors, Drills. Presses, Pulleys. an> par L of ThreS ing Machines, Gas Engines. Saw Mills, Steam Well Drills. Hay Presses, Windmills, Separators. Grain Drills, Packers. Binders, Pumps, etc., etc. HEATING FURNACES and BOILERS, Cracked Steafti or Hot Water" Sectional Boilers, Water Fronts, Jacket Healers, Firo Bars, etc. RIGHT TO THE WORK CM SHORT NOTICF; Hi-rit class VULCANIZING PLANT We havs had experience with Oxy.Acetylene flame when it S in the experimental stage, and before it became a ihop utility. Keith Jones 321 5TH STREET SOUTH. ;