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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING DEPARTMENT HIGH CLASS LETHBRIDGE "DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR a Day Hotel in Alberta Heaviest the Taylor "DOLLAR BRAND" STRAWBERRIES A.iv Ilii1 very liiu-sl Iciiul in Culil'oniiii :ind aiv tousiili-rabli' inoiv for liifolc use Hum any ollu-r Itekk'.s 11 icy arc larfjt.T baskets. We are now geliiiij} daily. sliimiKMits of these. Order Hie DOLLAR BHAN1) if you waul Hie HKST. PRICK 1'EH BASKET THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES YOU BE THE JUDGE OF MODEL 'BAKEKY EKEAD The Evidence will prove it Guilty Of bi-iiijt'-.-iLie -Bread ubiaiiuilil Ask yisur gr jihoue 1175 ai'.ci the rijj wiU. call. N. J. SCHWEITZER, PROPRIETOR MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Wheat May HO7; 14 July ............'US 120 October........... 115 11, OATS Slay -ir.'i July October........... '-'t BARLEY May US3., FLAX May ISl'.i' July............. 1S2VJ WINNIPEG CASH PRICES No. L Northern No. 2 Northern.............. lli% No 3 Northern ll-'H !xo 2 C. W.................. I.VO..S C. -Hii Extra No. 1 Peed -l-Hi i BARLEY No. 3 SJ I No. 4 b-H FLAX- I No. 1. N. ISSli I So 2 C. W................... j CHICAGO I AVheat July j September 11 i MINNEAPOLIS Pratt's Baby Chick Food This is a scientific ration for the successful raising of Young Chicks. It is absolutely pure, and from the finest selected grains, seeds and roots. 30c Try a package and note results: 3-lb. package Also PBATT'S POULTRY REGULATOR in all sizes. LICE POWDER in 25c and 50c tins'. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited CITY AND DISTKJCT Goes to Coutts Sitpt. Cotterell went to Colitis this morning on a tour of inspection, Carmangay Visitors .P. S. Russell, A. E. Quaylo, and Ben Suyder of Carmangay were weak in tlit: city. Poultry Meeting A meeting ot the Lmhbridge Poul- try and Pet Stock Association will be helu in ilic Ljuaul ui' Trfuie rooms Tuesday night, May 3ml at 8 p.m. All poultry men invited to attend. DURUM WHEAT This is (lie kind'of whoa I- used in. Ilio ivian- ui'afflure We liavc several cars of this wheal. in stock and can offer it l.o Ilio public- I'Di- seeding. Mr. Jia.ynioiul Knight of .Raymond. A Ha., lias grown sixty, bushels to the wjre of this wheat and it w.i 11 stand tl-u d rough I.- belter than, any other We arc offering' it per bushel sadied We can also offer Marquis Avhcat, oals, beardless barley, flax and posts for seed. CALL ON US OR WRITE US FOR PRICES Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. Stavely Visitor Le Hoy Cooiis. a former resident of Lethbvidge, when he was a mem- j ber of the realty firm of Hatch and i Coqns. is in the city from Stavely where he has recently located. Mr. Coons lias resided at Great. Falls most of the lime since leaving I.ethridye. Jlav jjulv I September 3 i SATURDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES Calgary: Hogs. to steers to ST.flO: cows s'4 to lieif- ers S5.5" to Chicago: Hogs to cat- lie H tn sheep S3 to LOCAL MARKETS LOCAU GRAIN PRICES Wagon goodfprry6cl. PURITY FLOUR .Better.BngriC! Flax....................... H4 j Uarjey................. 44 Track prices 'Wheat Oats 38 Flax LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers 0% to 7U- Fat cows 6 T.O tiM.-- killing 9. Choice hilling ewes'S. Select hogs, 150-200 IDS., SU. The following comment on the Male choir which appears in Wesley church here this eS'eni made in tiie Holland. .Miner; Ken lien ivro, "who was shot througli thq shoulder last -Monday night in ji cold-blooded attack by I Tony Lombardi, has .sufficiently re- covered from his wound to be able At St. Andrei Presbyterian TonvLomT.avdi church last evening a splendid audl-N5 aiso recovering rapidly from the ence was delighted with the music beaiiug ail miniate red by Siiivro after of the Royal Welsh Sincere, the latter had been vrcumdetl. and he These vocalists won instant favor ?ow under guard at Gait Hospital. I It is expected that lie be recov- tnc excellence of their openmsjerart _aufficIenUy to stand by Uie chorus, which displayed a tone qual-i end of the week. ity and volume remarkable for the} No charge will be against number of singers. .Their.voices areiSiiivro who is considered to have act- KO beautifully naiural and they as though they loved to This gives a spontaniety lo their which fascinates and delights. Practicail; .Mi illustrated lecture on Shakes- peare's ''Merchant, of Venice" and will be given in .Central school auditorium on Tuesday even- ins, May at The lecturer will be Mr. A. E. Ottewell. M. A., sec- retary of the exten- sion of the University of Jlr. Due well is becoming well known to Lethbridge audiences and those who have heard his .former lectures will not willingly miss this one. Xo ad- mission fee is charged and.everyone Ja invited to te-present, am] in this [way aid in the recognition of Shakes- i pea re's tercentenary. Died at Kipp The deatii occurred on Saturday of Sanih Turner, aseti 74 at the residence of her son, Duncan, The deceased leaves to mourn her loss her husband and two sons. The fun- eral was held this afternoon from the residence, interment at Diamond City. Planting Weather Onion iSeis. .Onion iSf.pil. Multipliers. Brussels Sprouts. Red f'abbage, Wild C.'iiciiniber. ARRIVED THIS MORNING J. D. Higinbolham Co. "Albert-Vs Piontfer -Druggists." The Start Wholesale arid retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 For Patriotic Fund j The Hon. Treas. R. J. R. Paterson i I acknowledges the receipt of I j in commemoration of St. Julien's day j I from the "big sisters" class of Knox j [church, also ?7.15 from the j der Gait Chapter. I.O.D.E. being pro- I seeds of Hudson's. Bay tea room, on I April t'Ttll. New Manager Grain Office i .1. II. Tailing, who for the past four iroari lias represented the Ogilvie JMiillag Co., in its Saskatchewan tnr- ritqri- has arrived in the city to take charge of the otllce of the Salberg j Grain Co. Mr. Salherg leave shortly for Winnipeg. Mrs. Tallins and infant son, will arrive .in. the I course of a weeks and the fam- i ily will take up residence at the cor- ner of Twelfth street and Third ave- i nue.- I April Precipitation i Precipitation for the month of April amounted to .46 of an inch ac- I cording to the records taken at the Experimental farm. Of this amount I practically all fell on Saturday. Far- mers state ttiat the recent moisture has .penetrated the soil to connect j up with the old moisture thai with I warm weather there should he very rapid germination and little danger [of at early drought. BE SENT BACK TO ENGLAND Nature Knows-- She Demands Bread! -----Yon never miss the wafer till the well runs dry. An old anil ;i true saying. Did the significance oC this saying ever strike you when yon sat down to a meal and found there was no bread in the house'.' -----The fact of the matter is that nature can be trusted to know what is good for the health and nature de- mands that the human body be sup- plied with good bread three times a day. You should be very careful that the breaii you use is the very best bread you can procure. There is no dif- ference in coat between good bread and poor bread, then why pay out your good money for an inferior article? nave a reputation for making good bread and it is our con- stant aim to add to that good name Of QUAKER BREAD by ever striving to good bread better. are awaiting your order. Phone 378 and it will be at- tended to. John Gilmore The Baker Washington, May Supreme Court held today that Timothy Tribich Lin coin, former member of tht British parliament and confess ed spy, hack to Eng land for trial oil a charg'j forgery. Celebrate May Day Today js May the occasion uJ labor throughout Can- ada and the United States. No at- tempt was made to hold a celebration here hut Taber ari-anged a program i of soorts. The wet weather this mornirig put a damper on the day's i proceedings but with the Kilties' hand i from this paint and other attractions la big time was expected. It is un- j derstood Fernie is also having a May Day celebration. will be arraigned for preliniin- f ary hearing- on a charge of attempted murder. every meicber of the The' geological 'survey's investiga- tion of. Urn mineral resources uf AI- GAS CO." clioir was capable of solo which is- quite in choir aggre- gations. The uniform richness 'and iaska win nG continued this ynar by flte of tone, and the field Partics- range found in the individual voices] .--_-- were surjirising. I The lonsensus o{ opinion as jiressed by those present Js that the f. Royal Gweiit Male Choir iB the fiuestij! Shh i Calgary, April Canadian Western Natural Gas, Ueat, Light and j Power company will not pay its regu-1 lar half-yearly divideiul this.spring. At a meeting held recently at To- jronlo it was decided by the directors can be traced I'to the dividend for the time tcurized Milk. long time. OFFICE PHONE 1313. 547 jr. being owing to tiie falling oft in ihp. I'consuniiJlioi! of gas at Calgary and 7-rr [other contres in Alberta. fc The company hoa hitherto been pay- ing an annual dividend-of 2 per cent. 1.011 its common stock, All Rexali Druggists, everywhere, guarantee Rexali Orderlies as a safe and gentle laxative. 15c and 25e iiox- j es. .H D. Higinhotham Co., Limited, I Dniggists, Lethbridge, AHa. ST. MARY'S W. A. WILL HOLD A Pantry Sale On Thursday Af'ter- noon In the PARISH HALL at '3 o'clock There will also be a stall of Cases anil other fancy, goods. (n the evening there he a and DANCE commenc- ing at 8 o'clock. ADMISSION. 25c. WHIST DRIVE Under Auspices of DAUGHTERS AND MAIDS OF ENGLAND on Thursday Evening, May 4 PROCEEDS FOR TOBACCO FUND SMITH, MURPHY CO. Grain Grain Gam Gain GROUND FLOOR SHERLOCK BUILDING, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. MAN YOUR GRAIN CONSIGNMENTS WILL BE PROPERLY HANDLED IF YOU BILL YOUR VISE: SMITH, MURPHY <5L CO. Grain "THE PROOF OF THE PROFITS IS IN THE RETURNS." Gain W, K..PORJER. MANAGER LETHBR1DGE BRANCH. i Are Recovering i John Taylor, of the Taylor Jlillfiis j and Klevator Co., who has been ser- I lously ill with typhoid for many weeks i left the hospital yesterday, lie is 1 convalescing rapidly. Fred Shepherd [the popn'ar day clerK ot the Alexan- dra, Is also able to be about. Sold only by The Crystal Dairy PHONE 1576 PAGES fi oo you BURN com? The Grace Coal Mine is now prepared to take care of all orders. PHONE I258 The quality the best. ton At mine ton At the Churches Tonight The senior Christian Endeavor will meet, at St. Andrew's tonight at eight o'clock. "A farewell social is being held In First Baptist church in hon- or of Mr. Ross. The Brother- hood of St. Andrew will meet at St. Cypriaii's at 7.30. Confirmation class will meet at 8.1.5'. The meeting of the league, ,of Westminster church been postpones for to WEK PAGJ58 ft 7 niglit. At -Hie Clirlstlan church Hie Christian Endeavor will hold a_busl-. ness meeting at 7.15 and there will be special evangelistic services Ht eight. Special Services EVANGELIST BOGUE will speak TONIGHT AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH We Need's New Gofipel for This Age, or will the Old Gospel EVERYBODY WELCOME Announcement The Qwncrs-of Hie Cily 2nd Hand Store have'pur- chased Hie entire stock of the, Wilson Furniture Co. at JIG )3lh Street North, consisting of Dry Goods, Furni- lure, Crockery and Glassware, which will soon be put :on sale hi prices'thnl will move Iliese goods very rapidly. This is ii nice, clean and all new stock, so keep your eye, open for one of the besl Lethbridge ever ex- perienced. WATCH THE PAPERS FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS City Second Hand Store .J.v. 416 13th Street North NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS ;