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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta T^ss PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE D'AILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta IS Cliic Foffii Manufactured by or h Elevator Coo Ltd WEEK END SPECIALS, This Week Friday and Saturday-All A1 Goods at the Right Prices Florida Grapc.'ruit, iHiSf - fiii'.......'...250 Naval Oranges. piT ilciz,>ii30c.. 40c., and......50c Lenions. I�pr ilor...........................30c Apples. 11 sjili'iulUI lot of well ki'in wiiilfr stock, |ici- i.:isi\ $1.75, up to ................ $2.50 S.TijII Quantities, 1 >i llis lor ............25c Jersey Cranberries, i;t'r lb.................. 20c B.-iniinas, I'Mia fine. JUM' ili>r................ 35c Cocoanuts. encli ............ .............. 20c Cucumbers, oxtra I'lUicy. each .............. 30c Green Onions, j largo 1)I1iic1h-s for .......... 15c Cauliflowers, oiuli. 20c. ami ................ 25c. Spinacli. jitr lli............................ 15c Fresh Rhubarb, p.-r ili..........,......... 20c New Laid Eggs, por lioziMi ................. 35c Cream Brick Cheese, \Vi:xtia apndal on 5-lb. palb! pure niiiin. ami ."i lb. paiiH (nitl mixturf. 5 lb. tins Pure Plum, per tin................ 50c 5 lb. tins. Fruit Mixture ptT tin ............ 40c Pu.-e Strawberry, I Jh. pails ciifli .......... 75c Pure Raspberry and Black Currant, I lb. tins 70c Rose or Upton's Pure Orange Marmalade, I lb. tins, oaoli ............................. 65c (Both these are extra fine quality) Best Japan Rice, I lb.�. fur ................. 25c Bc.�� Siam Rice, ."i \hif. for .................. 25c Corn, Peas and Beans, Harvest Brand. 4 tins 45c Tomatoes, Harvest, ;>s. :! lor ................40c Canned Fruit in Heavy Syrup, a.ssortinl, 7 tins lor.................................. $1,05 .\ssorteii, per ease ................... $3,50 Prunes, size tJOa. TOs. 10 lb. boxes, per box $1.15 Christies' Fruit. Sultana or Cherry Cake, per lb..................................... 40c OFFICE PHONE 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES THE GOOD CO. AIURUUUW. 4�--iu nONGMUIIPAIim The Popularity , That ''OUR BESr FLOUR enjoys is due only to the high standard of quality maintained and tlie moderate price at which it is sold. See your grocer about it NOW STORE PHONE 52 5 Demonstration of Improved Scotch Process Purity Oats "SiCITY AND DISTKK'IL \Vc iiivilc till' Ladii's of Lothbridgf lo \i.sit our stori-lliis week it lid see the eeielirnlod MISS (iROFF deinon-.slrato tlie Improved Scolcli Process PIHITV O.XTS. 'I'ry ;i sample of lier Maeiiroons niinle (ro mPiirily Oats and Shredded Cocoanut. Geo. Kerr & Co. Lethbridg- 49. .39 Port. Arthur, ilenr ........ IS 10 Hattleford. fair ............ 5,S 40 Moose Jaw. dear ........... 14 I'O I'algary. iloudy ............ I'lO -'4 Kdinonton. Fair............ h'l SO . Whniipe!:. i-lear ........... 10 ! Swift Current.............. .�)0 -Ji; Katnloops .;.............. 42 ;!S Prince Albert ............. 40 Medicine Hat. fair ......... ."i- MO ! Nelson .................. I'.ii 40 I The weather over the prairie piov-; inces has been mostly clear and wartn. I I Forecast: X\\ west, generally fair j ! and colder today and on Friday. MARKETS Protect Your Health Boil Your Water and Use Pasteurized Milk The Crystal Dairy PHONE ii,,^ CITY AN D WISTHICT THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Trades and Labor Council ! Wheat The regular meeting of the Trades ' .May ...... and Labor Council will be held this July ....... �evening in the labor hall at S.:'.0. OATS-- ' May ...... July..... BARLKY .Mav ...... FLAX - May ..... July ...... I j Calgary Visitor L. T. Mewhurn of the .�Me>\ b"''i i wholesale grocery. Calgary, is in ilio I city on a business vis!' >i-i Lieut. Mewburn is an olllcer iu the : Kilties. open close ...... ..... lOSU no ..... lOSU no 41 41  ...... 40^4 41'i, I).') ..... I'Oil L'lO ..... . .. 210 �111 BOULTON'S AUTOLIVERY TAXICAB SERVICE Kates 10 any part of city- 1 Passenger ............. 50c 2 or :t Passengers .......$1.00 SMALL CHILDREN FREE Hospital and train calls a specialty. Clareful driver. PHONE 1206 DAY OR NIGHT ...... ;,H.w,u ^ . Northern..............� ird. day clerk at llie ' o VTS ?1 is a victim of the U-' v., ., \. ..a,., j For Patriotic Fund | WINNIPEG CASH 1 The lion. Trea.';. R. J. Ritchie Pai- _Vo. 1. .Vortheni............ ! erson acknowledges the receipt of $10 ' xo. -'. Xorthern ............ 'from Miss M. .\. Saunders and $2.00 ; xo. ::. .N'orthern ........... each from Fjd. Sheran and J. Sheran. ! x, 4 Northern ............ Ill With Typhoid Fred Sheppard ; Alexandra hote ! phoid epidemic ,as v.-ell as could be e.xpected. 1 ICxtra No. 1 Feed ........... I Suc�8Tfiii~Dince \ -N"- ' J'!^^^.^!; The most successful dance of the: BAItLE\ i season, held in or about Coaldale. wasi-^'^- " I given in The Twelve Mile District |�'^ --^.................. I pcliool house, last Friday evening. The 1 . '�' '�'^^ ^ floor was in excellent condition and � \ ............... over 75 people, old and young, enjoyed j - '^  " themselves till the wee small hours. 1 CHICAGO_WHEAT ! Representatives were presenl from | UO^i Chin, Barnwell, Stirling, and Wilson i  Siding. K dainty lunch was .served. For Fashionable Correspondence Let your friends jiulu'c yon liy t he style of si.'Uioiicry ytm n.sf; Your letter is a personal envoy-be sure that ii appears in the correct garb. If you like distinctive style in STATION KKY Be sure to see oiir new spring stock, li includes uU ot the latest conceits In shape, tint, and texture, both fof ladles and lor gentlemen. The Red Cross Dnag & Beok Co., Limited J AFFIDAVITS REFUTE RGE10 BY STANLEY OfHcers of Licensed Victuallers (iive Clear Answer to the C-harge of Graft I nil 1.4 i 106';. I 104>,i 10IV" ' ..!)2 ; May ...... July ..... .....108% '/2 . in ,")ii 111% il CATTLE! CATTLE! CATTLE! WE HAVE AT THE STOCK YARDS TODAY-45 HEAD OF YEARLINGS, HEIFERS AND STEERS. These are Choice Stock. HATCH cV LEWIS Acadia Building Live Stock Dealers Stock Yards V---^_..___ MINNEAPOLIS-WHEAT j.Mav .............. no IIJ �'Julv................ 110 111% LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES I Wagon prices- I Wheat ......... jOals ........... Flax PHONE 1313 PHONE 1313 GRAIN! Smith, Murphy & Co. GROUND FLOOR, SHERLOCK BLOCK In tlincB like these, be sure you Hell your gralu to a firm which Is financially responsible. Plione us for prices and sliippinK instructions. "The proof of ihe profits is In the returns." W. K. PORTER. MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH IlKAD OKFICK WINNIPEG. "^li 2R l.SO 42'.. The Biggest Values in the City at this Store. Here^s a Sample- $2.75 ^iBarley ................. Track prices : Wheat.................... Oats....................... ;io% Flax .................... 18!) BUYING PHICES FOR HAY No. 1 tiniothv, baled, (on ...... 10.00 Nci. 1 alfalfa.' haUd. ton ......... ".SO Sluiidaiil allaUa ........................ U.OO No. 2 alfalfa ............................... S.fiO No. 1 hlupioint .......................10.00 Livestock iT.nd Poultry I'hoiLP sleor.i, 11} to lii;. l''at cows, ii\ to n. Sheep-Choice killing wethers, T'i. Sheep-Choice killing ewes. 7. Selei:i hogi^. IIJO.....200 'lbs 8',ic. Live fowl. 12c. SHYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, per cwl,, 11.00. I{"el':, |;cr c-.vt.. 51.00. 'I'lirniiis, (iPt .-wt... 7')c, I'olators, per tun, SIS li, $20. rar.siiips, per cwl. .Sl.T.'i. I'abliasc, per i-v.i. SMIO to i;i.2.'). Special in Ladies Shoes black, laceiJ or buttoned, well' worth $4 to $5. THIS WEEK- WESTERN MERCANTILE CO. SAM SADOWSKi, PROPRIETOR PHONE 1784 We Deliver to all Parts of the City 506 THIRd'aVE, SOUTH Melba Goods Our Melba Toilet Goods Arrived This Morning- MELBA- FACE CREAM SKIN CLEANSER FACE POWDER, (All shades) ROSE BLUSH NAIL POWDER  NAIL PASTE NAIL WHITENER TALCUM POWDER "LOV ME" TOILET WATER SACHET POWDER, ETC. J. D. Higinbotham & Co. - Limited - --- The 35g2SS TELEPHONE NO. 322 lOdmonton. March S.-The following ]are the atlldavils presented by Premier Sifton in the legislature yester- j I day In response lo the charges laid 1 by Ur. Stanley iu connection with the liquor license department: Mr. Belanger's Statement In the matter of certain statements j made by Dr. Stanley, the member for Hish River, in the I^egislatlve Assembly of the Province of Alberta: I 1. Charles Horace Belanger, of the 'city of [Cdinonton, in the province of I Alberta, hotel proprietor, do solemnly I declare as follows: \ 1. That I am and have been for j several years past the president of alie Licensed Victuallers' association i of the province of .\lberta. 2. That for tlie purposes of -the ;said association the sum of $25,000 I was raised during the year 1014 on jtlie joint note of a number of the iineinbers of the association. \ That 1 received the said sum 'from the bank and handed the same to Robert .McDonald, of Kdnionton, lone of the members of the executive I of the said association. I 4. That no other sum of $2.'),000 was raised by the said association diiriiig the r>aid year. ."). That 1 did not at any lime, nor did any one on my behalf or witli my authority, pay any sum of money, either directly or indirectly to any Wesley Church Anniversary Excellent Program Tables Served 6 to 8 o'clock . Annual Dinner and Concert , Songs, Part Songs & Duets Readings & Short Address Monday Evening, March 13 Tickets -.....50c each KILTIES GEIMNy RECROITSi! NOR Y. Several Join up Each Day-New Officer-A Professional Man Joins It. W. Oardnef, for many years accountant for the law firm of Cony-beare. Church, .McArthur and Davidson, will don the klUs and go to the front with the li:uh Battalion. He stajids one inch better than six feet, and has had military training in tlie old country. He conies from Scot- member of the goverument of Alberta ] j^ntj. or lo any person on behalf of or fori . ' , , , , , i., -^i  ' .\nother,uantani has been signed on any such member. And 1 make this solemn declaration : for Ueut.-Col. Powley's battalion at conscientiouBlv believing the same to i Victoria, in the person of D. S. Skin-be true, and knowing that it is of the iScotland, n teamster. The same force and effect as If made under I'J�t'alion promises to be pop-oath and by virtue of the Canadalittle fellows, livldence -\ct. ! Lieut. Duller, who has been appoint- Declared before me at the city of j ed to the oltlcers' staff of the lllttli, I lidmontoii. in the province of Alberta, j has arrived In the city. He comes ' tills 4tli da.v of .March, l!il�.-(Signed I j f'om Banff, and is a veteran of the Irving B. llowatt. a commissioner in ' South African war. and for the province of .Mlierta. ' Recruiting In Calgary is pioceding (Signed) (� II Hl.(lA\-(iFll i unite satisfactorily, more than ir. men '  ,,,vj,.g been signed on so far by Lieut. ; Kdwarda, who is in charge of the cam-! paign there. Liout.-Col. Prycn-.Iones Mr. McDonald's Statement Broke His Leg r W. II. Scott, a mechanic at the Henderson Garage, received a serious injury yesterday. In jumplug off Ur. t.'oiiiior's car he fell and broke his leg. Gets the Money Comnilssioner Grace this morning received from Ottawa the $2,500 cheque paid over on account of tho overhead bridge on Dili St. by the railway coninilssloii. The nioiioy will be used on repairs to the bridge. A new floor is badly needed, a horse having Ijroktn through the other day. The floor will cost close to $2,000, in the matter of certain slatenienls made by Dr. Stanley, the member for High River, in the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Alberta: 1, Robert .McUonald. of the city of i l will refund yon t!iC' ontlre amount pahl. Oall, write or ii-onc \V4rijri ii.r full Inforniatloii. � mm CARMEN SYLVIA'S WILL � London, .March ,S,.....A disputch to lieuter's from Bucharest says that the late Dowager Queen lOlizabelli of Rou-mania loaves all of lier property in Rouniauia to Roumanian cliarllable Instltullojis. and all her properly in Germany to the families of Prince William of VVled. former ruler of Albania, ind Prinze Victor of Wieil. Undergoing Operation Harry PilKng went Into Gait Uos-iltal yesterday and. will undergo an perallon for stomach derangements'. There Is evory prospect of a cut ,"1 jf uO.OOO.auo f^ai,. of Itimljer In the ^\ Cranbrook forest dlutrlct. The mli-Huk'' is frenuenlly ni:ule of trying lo build up ""r ."T:';''''^^!,?''^ celved same from the lumk. 4. That 1 used all the said sum for the legitimate purposes of the said association. D. That no other sum of $2."i,000 was raised by the said association during the said year. i;. That 1 did not nl any lime, nor dill any one on my behalf or with authority, pay any sujn ot monoy, directly or Indirectly, lo any member of the government of AlbnrIa, or to any person on behalf ot or for any amdi member. And I make this solemn declaration (;onscleutlously believing Ihe same 'to be trim, and knowing that it Is of Ihe same force iind effect as If made under oath and liy vlrluo of llie (Canada ICvidence Act. Declared before me at the city of ICdmonton, In the province of Alberta, this 4lh day of March, 1916.-i Signed i Irving B. llowatt, a commlHslonor in und for the province of Alberta. iSiguedJ KOBianT .McDON'ALD. study, and to lUimss in liiis fnmll.v," writes a youo,; mollier. , "My friends bocanm iihinned because I grew pale and ililn and could not sleep iiighis. I toolt vaiious'ioiii(s but their elTeci;s wore off shortly utter I stopped taking Uioni., M.v food did not seem to nourish .in6. ' , "Reading of Grape-is'iits f dotorniln-ed to stop tho tonics niid sec wliol a change of diet would do. I ato Gviipo-Nuts four times a day wdth oioni.'i and drunk milk also, went to bod early utter a dish of Grape-Nuts. "In itbout two weeks 1 was slooping iionndly. In a short lime gained welghl and fell liko a dlfforent woman. Grape-Nuts ^nd fresh air were tho only ageutH used lo accompliah tho happy results." "There's a Itoasoii." Name glvon by Canadian Posturn Company, Windsor. Out. ', Ever read the fibove letter? a now one appears frofTl titne to time. They are genuine, true and full of human Interest. The Business of D. M. Ely situated In Spring Coulee, Alta., as a going concern Stock Consists of GrocerleB ........... $463,156 Dry Goodc . . ..,...... 477,76 Hardware...... ...... 448,79 Drugs............... 208.09 Boots and Shoes ____ 1143100 OIIb'................. 71.50 Wire......' ,........ 42,25 Crockery........... 52,37 Stationery........... 28,37 Fixtures $1935,79 ......$.586,75 Total..........,. $2,522,54 TENDERS will ho received by the undnrulgnod tin 111 noon the' jntli day of March, 11)1(1. for the stock and fixtures as per liiveu- -lory, which can be soon on apf plication to , BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST^ COMPANY OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE Lethbrldgo Alb4rta The lowQHi or any teiidor not I uoouBsurlly uccopLoil, A,d.R 72 86 ;