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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta DEPATMENT DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta JD-t TVo Do Taylor "DOLLAR BRAND" STRAWBERRIES Air Hit- very lini'sl kind grown in C.iiiit'urniii ancl 'an- worlli cimsiclornljli' more for liihlp nsi- Hum iiny-DlhiT kimt. He-shire Ilicy. :nr l.-n-gcr sixi- kisUcls, Wo mv now yollinj! iliiily of Ilicso. Order llio DOLLAR HKANI) if you wniil I lie BKST. PRICE PEK BASKET......................................25c THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES i Automobile prices are being the Ford price has been reduced since war began. The immense Ford rash purcluising jiowrr lias made it possible hi uvertumo in many ways UK: serious obstacles met with by other cur makers because the scarcity and advance in prices of raw materials. The high Ford quality is strictly the'most tests have shown that Ford constructive material even excels that used in most high grade cars. This year Hie Ford the most economical car to buy and lo all records for economy. The Ford Garage 1232 3rd Avenue South. Ford Runabout Ford Touring 530' Ford Coupelet 730 Ford Sedan 390 Ford Town Car 780 f. o. b. Ford, Ontario Phone 633. AH cars completely equipped, including electric headlights. Equipment does not include speedometer TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Open Close May 119 H7% July 119V. Oft............. itii1; Oats- Slay July 4Sb 45% Oct............... Hurley- May May............ ITS July............ 1SS IS! Winnipeg Cash Prices No. I Northern No. "2 Xorthern No. o Northern HHs I No. 2 C. jNo. 3 W................... I Barley-- i !Xo. 3 CtiVi 'No. 4 lil'.i., I Xo. I N. W. C........... No. 2 177% 174% JMay iJuly Sept. Way .filly Sept. Chicago Wheat IIS IIS Minneapolis Wheat 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. e30c Try a package and not' results; 3-lb. package... Also PRATT'S POULTRY REGULATOR in all sizes. LICE POWDER in 25c and 5Cc tins. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Provision for the Ry. Loans Ottawa, May 2. Supplemen- tary estifnates amounting to tabled in the Commons this afternoon by Sir Thomas White, include provision for a loan of fifteen million dollars to the Canadian 'Northern Railway and of eight million to the Grand .Trunk Pacific. CITY AND DISTKICT DURUM WHEAT This Js the kind of wheat used in f.lianiim- ui'neture of macaroni .flour. We liavo-several cars of this when I; in slock and can offer it to piihlie for seeding. Mr. llayniojul Knight. (if liayiuond, Alta., lias grown sixty bushels to the acre of this wheat and it -will stand thu drought hotter than any other wheat.'. We arc offering it at per bushel sacked We can also offer Marquis wheat, oats, beardless anil six-rowed barley, flax ami peas for seed. CALL ON US OR WRITE US FOR PR'CEE Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Ltd. LETHBRIDGS, ALBERTA. Purchase Stock The City Second Hand Store has purchased Hie Furniture Co. stock. Chorus Rehearsal A rehearsal of the festival chorus will bo hchl in Wesley church this evening, mid us many singers as pos- sible are asked to be present. Masonic Visit A party of Masons from North Star Lodge' will visit the Diamond City lodge tonight. Automobiles will leave the Le th bridge Hotel at seven o'clock. Hotels Again in Bounds The Castle and Windsor hotels in niul the Astoria at High Biver, have again been declared within [bounds by the military authorities. MONDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES 39.35 to ?W.S5: steers ?G.OO to cows to 'S6.7S; heifers to to cat- tie ?-Mfi to SO.lin; to ?11.7a. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAiN PRICES Wagon prices- Wheat..................... JOII Oats Flax llil Barley.................. 44U prices Wheat 102% Oats...................... 3Sls I Flax 161551 LIVESTOCK PRICES j Choice steers 6% to I Fat cows ij to killing Toothers 9. j killing ewes S. Select, hogs, 100-200 Ibs., J. D. Higiflbotham Co. The Pioneer Druggists." Wholesale and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 School Beginners Parents who intend ataniiiR their children to school this term am re- quested to have them In school hy the end of ihis week. Beginners will not be accepted nt'ter this week. 61st. Battery [rived and the boys are highly elated, j The Battery is still in need of a 'trumpeter. As the trumpeter will he turned iulo a gunner when the Battery The 61st Battery, which is now filled reaches England, a good man is iip to a man. will sleep in barracks Any good man who can play a Henderson Park fair grounds on Fri- comet and learn to blow the artillery day night. The boys will all be in uniform by next Sunday. Lieut. Nel- calls will be accepted for this posi- tion. son announced this morning that the TWs -s dav at Batterv aild uniforms and camp equipment had ar-jthe boys we'fi their cheques on a-> coming off morning paradg. THE NEXT BLUEBIRD LOUISE LOVELY !N "THE GRIP OF JEALOUSY'' EMPRESS FRI. SAT. The 00th battery, now in training in England, is- praised, as being the smartest battery in their brigade, the Tenth, commanded by Lieut.-Col, Rai- ston. Col. Ralston recently inspected the brigade, according to letters re- J ceived here from some of the beys, and the was given high praise, both for drill and general appearance particularly in .view of the fact, that they had had. their guns about a week. DANCE 'IN Henderson Pa vil ion Wednesday May 3rd I Irrigation Water Oh V.rat2r was turned into the irriga- tion ditches. for the first time this spring on May 1st. Hay growers in this district are getting ready to ir- rigate their hay land immediately. HEAD OFFICE G9 _____________ 'flltl YOUR GRAJ: WILL BE Fc, Gr IF YOU r am f- Gain W. K. POB' CATTLE SALE! We are offering for sale on WEDNESDAY. MAY 3rd, at Stock Yards 100 HEAD YEARLING HEIFERS (FEW STEERS) These are choice, white faced, and Durham stock. LEW IS Acjjdia Building Live Stock Dcal'n J Stock Yards OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANA 547 SMITH, m, CO. GROUND FLOOR; Elks Meet Tomorrow The Lellibridge Lodge No. 37 B. P. X; JO. Elks will hold their second meet- ing tomorrow i Wednesday) evening 'at eight o'clock sharp in the V. M, A. auditorium. All members arc re- quested, to attend as mat- ters are to be discussed. Evangelists' Farewell A social and fellowship meeting for Evangelists Bogue and Webb will be held this evening in Christian ilnirch. The evangelists have been holding meetings here for the past throe weeks. They leave TO- nigbf. for Eugene, -Ore. Kiltie Orchestra 10c A COUPLE A DANCE To Confer Degress LeLhbridjie Encampment No. 7 J. .0. O. F., will confer the three encamp- ment degrees on Wednesday even- ing. All members recinested to be present. Visiting brethren cordially Invited to be present. American Buyers in Field P. V. Lewis of Hatch and Lewis, stated this morning that American companies would be in the field for I the Southern Alberta woo1; clip again this year. The prices will run from 24 to. 3U cents this year. and Lewis will again buy Tor a Boston firm. School Enrolment for April The enrolment at the public schools j for the month April was and j the average daily attendance Cor tho month 1835, with a percentage of, 92.07. The total term enrolment is 1624, with an average daily attendance for tho j term to date or lliflO. -Miss ReidV class of "Westminster school took the banner for hUendance with a perfect attend- ance record. Rev. Ross III Rev. D. Ross was unable to leave his room yesterday owing to an attack of grippe, and consequently the farewell social which .was held in the church last night was without its chief attrac- tion. A number of games were in- .dulged in and a good social time he! j by those who had gathered, refresh-i [menis being served by the ladies of p j the congregation. On inquiry this I morning if. is learned that Mr. Ross shows improvement. Inspected Pure With Ice Inspected When Harvested WHIST DRiV Undsr AuspiceB of DAUGHTERS AND MAIDS OF ENGLAND on Thursday Evening, May 4 ,AT 8 P. M. PROCEEDS FOR TOBACCO .FUND Kilis i.he Uat'toria causing many dis- eases. No diseases can be (raced to Pas- Milk. Soli} only by The Crystal Dairy For patriotic Fund The Hon. Trcas. R. J. Ritchie Pat- erson acknowledges the receipt of the following ccntributions from the of the Letlibritlge Brewing Malting Company: K. Mueller. 54. E. V. Dodl- ey, ?4; S. FairfiRid, F. Sick, flU, and A. Raue He also ac- knowledges being donation for the month of April from the "Leth- brisige "Herald" Route hoys. In this Co'lumn WHFiic Published Every Monday, Church Announce-" ments for the Notices for Thl'i Column Should Reach this office not iater itan 10 a.m. Monday. Announcements of Enter- tainments for which Is Charged will not, of course, be accept-, cd for this column, j. Fire During Police Court For the first time since the two departments were amalgamated a fire call was rung in this morning jyliito police court was in .progress. Chief Hardy buat it for .the fire ami court went on as though nothing had happened. The liTfc was in the Smith residence at the rear J. A. Smith's sale barn. The damage was about ?200. An Indian and four nalefaces who hud been imbibing too freely, were soaked and eostn. (r OQ m CDftl? The GracelGoal Mfiic Is now prepared lo take care of nm 1230 The quality is the heat. Delivered, ton At mini 3.25 ton ST. MARY'S W. A. WILL HOLD A Pantry Sale On Thursday After- noon In the PARISH HALL at 3 o'clock There will also be a stall of Aprons. Pillow Uasea and other fancy In'the there will be a SOCIAL and DANCE commenc- ing at 8 o'clock. ADMISSION 26c. r At Wednesday evening Sgular prayer meeting, subject: "Thf Evidence of the I.lfc and Teaching of. Jesus." Thursday afternoon.jtegular month- ly meeting of the ladie' aid. Collec- tors for the giving will call during the Thursday at eight'o'clpck choirj urautice as usual, Tuesday and WednS.'.ay afternoons the minister will visfipastoraHy .I4th and 13th streets betwen 1st and Sth avenues. I At St. Anfcw's Tuesday at S anu-oi- liccrs of the. Sundayachool meet in the manse. I Wednesday at 7.3 bible class in the manse. Wednnfey, 7.SO junior mission band in tlrtehurch. Thursday af 8 p.t. choir practice. Friday at 8 p.n the managers' concert. At Mission Tuesday at 8 n.rti prayer and the word. Thursday at S n.'. special waiting upon God for the of the Holy Oliost. At Wednesday all; p.m. lestimony meeting. S At St. Jprian'a Wednesday at service of in- tercession. .6 Thursday at Sim., women of the church sew al. to Red .Cross rooms. Thursday cveag the bible class are holding a yflaliii tho parish '6om. Special ftfirmutlon class in the vestry at o'clock. At SJUuguttin'e al tercesRloii. Krii illary. p.m., of fn- at junior aiix- At St. Mary'e Wednesday at 8 p.m., service of in- tercession. At Wednesday at 3 p.m. ladles' aid will' hold their adjourned annual meeting for the election of 'officers. A full attendance is requested. Wednes- day evening service will be of a.pre- paratory character for the commune ion next Sunday morning. Those in- tending uniting with the churcli are asked to be present. Thursday at 8 p.m. the conference billeting committee in the pastor's study. f Sunday morning the 4th quarterly communion for the year will bo obser- ved. Monday, May 8th quarterly official board .will meet., Wednesday May 17, annual congregational meeting. At Weitmlnster Tuesday at .7.30 Queens of Avcloh and 8 p.m. atlull bible class, annual c meeting in the parsonage. Wednesday prayer service has been postponed owing to W, C. T, U. meet- ing. Thursday evening, tlie-monthly thess and meeting of the Young People's Bible .clasp at the home of Mr: and Mrs. Olander., Thursday at S p.m. annuaUmeeting of the board of the church in tlie par- sonage. Friday at 4.1o and S o'clock choir practice. At Chrittfan Tuesday at 8 p.m. special business and fellowship meeting. ___BIR_TH8_J______ oTiTrranYr Mrs. W. 83C J2tli St., S., on Monday, .May 1st, a daughter. 7nd Mrs. .W. M, on Sunday, April son. ;