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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTINGl HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR] Beit a Day Hotel in Alberta I Pride of Alberta OH YOU TAYLOR Mother's Favorite Particular Who -want the best in taste, clean- liness-and-nourishing qualities in- having Model Bakery Bread Ask your grocer or phone-1175 and the .2f. J. Schweitzer, Prop. ICE Clear as crystal to all pirtl ortho-City Prices right SATISFACTION GUARANTEED JOHN BRODIE ROOFING AUD iiSheet Metal Work r Geo. R. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for mater- nity and all medical and surgical cases (except contagious- diseases) and charges according to the cir- cumstances of the patient. .Poor patients cared for free of charge. Graduate-nurses-tor private duty also provided. For further partic- ulars apply to-the Nursing Mis- sion, 413 14th St S. Phone 1233. (Mils) A. M. TMIey, Supervisor. (MiW) Rote'Cameron, Grad. Nurse Grad. Nurse DO YOU BH CDSl? The Grace Coal Mine la prepared to take care of all orders. PHONE 1250 The quality Is the best. Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS RUBBER STAMPS liade in Letbhridge by the Harftfd Job Department. Pfloni 1252. GRAIN! Unequalled facilities for secur-. ing reliable information regard- ing Grain. Frequent quotations. AH markets. You are invited to make free use of this service. Ask for bids on your carlots of grain. Private wirea to New York, Chi- cagb, Minneapolis, Winnipeg PRESERVING PINEAPPLES We hiking orders -.for The quality is I'me are right. Xow is the host lime to preserve (hose. PRICES PER DOZEN, and Office Phone 1271 THE GOOD HIGH-CLASS GROCERS, LETHBRIDGE Store Phone 525 WEATHER 40 36 .12 45 4S .16 49 40 prov- with Loth bridge fi7 Calgary, cloudy Saskatoon, cloudy...... US Medic-hie Hat. cloudv 72 Moose Jaw. cloudy 7S Winnipeg. clear........ CO The weather over the prairie iuc'es has been mostly cloudy light showers. Forecast Mantoba aud Saskatchewan Un- settled, occasional showers and thun- der storms today and on Tuesday. fair and cool, but a few scattered showers, local frosts tonight. IGITY AND DISTRICT MARKETS MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Open UU 415s Close 10514 44V' I SflTs I 100 Wheat- July Oct. Dec. [July (Oct. I I July Oct. Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1 Northern 1093S Xo. '1 Northern I No. Northern Oats- No. '1 C, Xo. 3 C. W....... Extra No. 1 Feed No. 3 No. 4 I Rejected and feed 5" 1 1 N. W. C............. 155% c. w................ I Minneapolis Wheat i July............ HOU Sept............. 108% 108% i Hiss, i No Chicago markets, holiday. PRIDE and PROFIT A IJruo'g'iyi lakes pride in his profession will always consider (jimlity be.r'oro profit. Prof ess ioual pride causes us to stand back of every .article sold over our counters and to refund the price of anything which proves unsatisfactory. May we have your drug trade undir these conditions? The Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited Visits Old Friends j Pat Esau, formerly n member of the! 'local police force, who has been in! jthe far north country for a couple oft [years, is in the city visiting friends.! I Ministers and Laymen Bowl The Methodist ministers and lay- men had a howling competition at the Gait Gardens Saturday afternoon. The (ministers won easily. The visitors i think the Gait Garden greens cannot [be surpassed. Finficf Mary Wear, the Blood Indian girl who Tvas apprehended by the city po- lice while she was under the influence of liquor, was fined ten ami coats by the police magistrate. Johnson, the jHian taken on the charge of supplying. [the liquor, was dismissed, the only evi- dence against him being'that of the girl. For Seeding We Offer: Selected Marquis per bus. White Banner Oats......... 50c per bus. Gold Coin Oats-----.......... 65c per bus. Barley per bus. Flax per bus. THE ABOVE IS CLEANED AND READY FOR SEED Special Prices for quantity lots. Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. A Wrong Impression Corrected j A mistaken Impression is abroad that the Lethbridge North Irrigation i project hns fallen through. This is j wrong. The project is as live as it j ever was. Some farmers interpreted the decision of the Barons farmers not to approve of the scheme to mean that the scheme It is dead, so far as Barons is'concerned, otherwise it is a live project in the balance of the country. The project is just as it has been since the start except that Barons is staying out. Flour Is Important! 45 Vj -H -i 44 U fin Bit (No. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAiN PRICES IVagon prices- Wheat 92 Oats........-.'... 33 Flax.................... 134 Barley 46 Track prices r Wheat 34% Oats Flax...................... 142% LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice 7 to Fat cows. ti% to 7. killing wethers killing ewes S'fc. Select hogs, 150-200 fts. SK. in the Cburcbes Bainl Botterell, Union Bank Building, Phone 1599. E. L, WYNN, Mgr. OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S RESIDENCE 547 SMITH, MURPHY CO. GROUND FLOOR SHERLOCK BLDG., LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG, Grain Grain G'ain Grain Grain Grain Gain Every Car which it billed "Ad- vlst Smith-Murphy and Co." lays Smith-Murphy A Co.'i reputa- stone higher..Are you one of our iitisfied. 'f not, Gain "THE PROOF OF THE PROFITS fS IN THE RETURNS." W. K. PORTER. MANAGER LETHBRIOOE BRANCH. At Christian .Tonight at eight, Christian Eudeav or. Wednesday at 8, prayer meeting. At Scientist Wednesday, at S p. testimony meeting. At Pentecostal'Mission Tuesday at S p.m., prayer and the word. Thursday at S p.m., special waiting on God for the Baptism of the Holy Ghost. At Wesley All services are withdrawn this week owing to the conference and the M, S. convention. At Westminster All services are withdrawn this week owing to. the conference and W. M. S. convention. At St. Marys Friday at 3 p.m. service of interces- aion. At St Auguttin's .Wednesday xat 10 a.m., holy com reunion; at S p.m., service, of inter- cession, munion. Thursday at 7.30, holy com- Friday at 7.30, holy com Sunday next being Whit Sunday, there will be celebration of holy com- munion at a and 11 o'clock. At St. Cyprian's Tonight at 8 o'clock brotherhood of St. Andrew's. At Knox The prayer meeting Is cancelled ow- to IIr. Denoun's absence in Win A Spotless Closet Bowl Is Simply a Matter of Using Sani-fliish Cleans Water-Ctcuet Wouldn't you like to have the closet bowl as clean as the other fixtures in your bath- room? After you have cleaned the bath tub and wash stand as white as snow, isn't it annoying to have the closet bowl unsight- ly ?nu offensive? All you need to do is to get a can of SANl-FLUSH and follow the simple, easy directions. Then the bowl will be as white and free from odors'as the tub, SANl-FLUSH will not injure the closet bowl or the connec- tions. The New Price 30 cents J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. Alberta's Pioneer -Druggists, (.'sale and detail Chemists. -----The uniform goodness of QUAK- ER. BREAD is proof positive that we exercise cure in the purchase of the materials that enter into the manu- facture of QUAKER BREAD. Of these materials flour is by far and away the most, important. Nothing but the hest is ever good enough for us. Care- lessness in this particular would be fa till because it Is the sweet natural flavour of sound No. .1 wheat that the J baker depends upon to get his proper flavour in the bread. Bread" is pecu- liar in this respect, it is almost the only food that no flavouring or spices are used in making. Given sound, wholesome wheat flour and half the battle is won for the baker, II mero- lv becomes a matter of skill and knowledge for him to make GOOD BREAD BETTER. would like'the op- portunity of demonstrating this super- ior bread :to you today. Ask your grocer for it or phone 378 and we will have the salesman -call with a sample loaf. John Gilmore The Baker Canadians Sustain Heavy Attacks After Being in Trenches for Eight Days iJondon, -June A. eral, more wounded officers arrived in London today. Casualty liHts issued at OtTawa will show now severely the Canadians suffered, and therefore, to them will fall the chief honor anil glory of Hie three days of sanguinary fighting around the sanitary works. "By two o'clock on Friday our tren- ches were hammered into shell said one survivor, a lieutenant of the Canadians talk- ing at the officers' hospital.. He de- clared he was the' only survivor of liis company, ''They blew up three mine? and the smoke and dust were so thick you he fairly on" top of your man before you could tell a white man from-a he said. "All our machine guns and trench were blown to j pieces and our am- munition buried. Those men still alive and 'in fighting condition had only about 150 rounds of am- munition each, and they fired away till It was ai( spent, it was theii found that those remaining were all but completely surrounded by Huns, I believe they got 350, unwounded Ca- nadians as prisoners out of four bat- talions. I was talking to General that very morning, but I be Thursday at 8 p.m., choir prac- itfcs. At St. Andrew's Tonight at S. o'clock senior Cbrist- ;ian Endeavor. Wednesday -at 8 p.m., have not heard how he came to Bible class..; Thursday .from 2 (captured. Uelnforcemen to 6 o'clock the ladies p.f the congre- gation will meet In the vestry for Red Cross sowing, Thursday at. 8 p.m., choir practice. Friday at 7.HO inter- Christian Endeavof. incnts put on a 'ridaX night, and off Observatory counter attack -on Ki drove the Huns ridge." A major from Edmonton who by a. falling trench, sneaks about the; bombardment lasting six hours with- out a break on Friday morning. Then early in .the afternoon the Germans assaulted this battalion, which had already been in the trenches days and had all Die time severe shelling. Another (heavy bom- bardment came on Saturday morning for about half an hour, but the- Ger- mans seamed to know by that time that they had pretty well wiped out the Canadian trenches. Counter at- tacks were organised scon afterward and likely are still proceeding. A dispatch from British headquar- ters to the Daily .Mail says one Ca- nadian battalion went up at the double to support the charge with the pipes playing- No survivor seen by the Canadians. Associated Press spoke of this incident which occur- red probably somewhere at the roar. Lieut-Col. Bryan, commanding the regiment .of Jlacleod, and who Is one of the most popular o [fle- ers in the service, is in the city today arranging for the opening of a re- -office. The. recruiting office Home Guard Regimental Orders Owing to the patriotic rneetins which takes place tonight, there will be no drill this evening. A most Important general meeting of the home guard will be held In tho board of trade rooms on Wednesday evening at eight o'clock, tor the pur- pose of fully discussing the reserve militia plan and making arrangements with regard to shooting during; the summer months. All members are re- will be arranged for and will he summer All members are opened tomorrow. Col. Bryan, who .to keep the date in mind, has already secured-fjime a numher p____________-------- of recruits for his unit, and has three Lethbridge men as officers in the re- giment, hopes to be able to about fill a company with his recruits from the Lethbridge districts. CALGARY EXHIBITION i eight I buildings during the winter 1 nffered ]eft for England, and the Death of Infant On. Saturday evening June 3rd. oc- curred tho death of Victor Stanley, the 18 months old son of Mr. and Mrs. V. 1-ndgate at the homo o? its grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Pul- ley, at 90J Twelfth Street South. Mr. Ltxigate is at present in England where he IH quartermaator-sergennt in the 67th battalion. The funeral will be held on Tuesday. June fith nt three o'clock from the Hurst funeral apart- ments; Canon McMillan officiating. turned this morning severely crushed Interment in the Anglican cemetery. Prospects are the brightest for the success of the Calgary Industrial Ex- hibition to he held -Juno 29th to July 5th. The prize list is now ready, and the entries close on the, lijth of June. The soldiers who have been using the have just u...... ______ buildings will be rapidly: prepared, for the ex- hibition. The program of attractions Is an outstanding one, including: many fea- tures any one of which would be worth a trip to the exhibition. Miss Btinson. the wonderful'girl aviator, who will appear twice daily, at-the exhibition, recently" astounded the thousands of visitors at Sheepshead Hay, New ork, by her wonderful work. The New York, daily papers .were very loud In their praise, and our visitors will he fortunate in being ahle to witness-such special features at Calgary aa are scon by .those resid- ing in the largest centres of the Un- ited States. Prize list and illustrated pamphlet may K. Iv. Richardson, Manager, Calgary. Alia. If you have' dandruff, baldness is under'way; Try the Roxal.l "9.1" Hair Tonic, which all .'liexall Drug Stores fully and. Jl.OO bot- tles. .I. D. Higinbotham Co., Limit- ed, Is In Calgary Commissioner A. M. Grace is in Cal- gary today on a business trip. experienced girl to take charge of crockery depart- mem. None without experience need apply. H, A. McKIHOp Co. OLD SODA FAVORITES Tho old favorite soda drinks can nlwnys ho found nt our [muitajn. Don't think that we have allow- ed the many (alley drinks to displace them. There is a purity and freshness to our straw- berry, pineapples vanilla, .and .raspberry Ice'cream1 soda that will surely please you. Jackson Co. Dliperiiing Lethbridge, ;