Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
PRINTING HIGH CLASS LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beat a Day Hotel in Alberta [ffiESESS Pride of Alberta Oh I You Taylor Mother Favorite SOME WEEK, END SPECIALS AT GOOD'S FRESH CALIFORNIA STRAWBERRIES, tlio Dollar Kniiui. HUM per liaski-l FRESH RHUBARB, liis. for............ RIPE TOMATOES. :ill solid and ripe, per Ib. WASHINGTON ASPARAGUS.' vi-ry line ntul trlHilT. lljS. RIPE BANANAS. dozen NAVAL ORANGES, extra value :ii ALSO GOOD VALUES ill 25c FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT, i-sira lurgc size. TlHi >vt> have ever mid, CUCUMBERS, each 25c CELERY, Ibs. fur GREEN ONIONS, limu'lll's for FRESH RADISHES, per FRESH SPINACH, 2 His. for 35c 30r 40c 15c 30c 25c 10c 5c 25c RADISH lloiuc-imulc, absolutely imrr. extra struiiB. seniors.......... SCOTCH SHORTBREAD, something very this.IB not Bliortl-aki-. but real short- lirnuil. PIT Hi............................ MINCE MEAT, ill liulk. u lot just In. very flni'. per Ib........................ 16c OLIVES, in bulk, per pint 30c HOMINY, in packages. Quaker Hraml. Just in. 2 packets tor FURNIVAL'S PURE JAMS, nssorictl. all kinds.' -I pulls, oncli NEW LAID EGGS. I'-'" ROAST PORK AND U9ESSINO, Sliced per Ib. 40c OX TONGUE, sliu-U, LIT Hi............... C0c CORNED SEEF, .pi r 111............. ''Oc BOILED HAM, l'i. 7oc aios For Friday Saturday COME AND SEE HOW ONE DOLLAR WILL DO THE WORK OF TWO CITY AND DISTRICT BOYS' WASH SUITS Regular i5c I'or......... Tteojiiliir -Sl.i'o for....... lar 82.00 for......... Men's Shirts Resr. -Sl.iT) for Boys' Hats Reg! 82.00 for -SI-50 for Mof Men's Hats Men's Leathcr Glovcs -SS.To for -Reg. Toe for Sill- Children's White Snndals, reg. GROCERIES Bu.val Household Flour "CANADA'S BEST 98 Ib. 49 Jb. sack b. sack----- S5c Ogilvie's Rolled Oats -20 sack.....70c 8s.............30c Lard 3 ill. pail........ 60c 5 Ib. pail 10 pail Pure Jams In 4 ib. pails. All flavors nip per tin I 3 C Baking Powders Magic, 12 07.. 15- per On IOC i; oz. -i per tin LJ'. Royal Shield, 12 oz. -f r per tin iOC Canned Fruits Assorted, 7 Tins -j A for............... Pure Extracts In M flavors. i' zatle -Oc 2 20c Peas. Beans Corn 2 ]b. tins.......12c Pickles In Chow Chow, Sweet and Sour 18 oz. bottle 25c Vincguj' per but. 17c Fresh Fruits and Vegetables1 ,'i tor Cucumbers, ..each falifornia StrawherrieK. very fine, per box Oranges, at per doz. 30c, 40 Bananas. per doz. 25c Specials for Friday and Satuarday 20 rounds B. C. With j Grocery Order. 23 Bars Sunliti'lit Soap WESTERN MERCANTILE CO. SAM SADOVVSK1. PROPRIETOR PHONE 1724 for Quick Delivery Vv's Deliver to Parts of the City 506 THIRD AVE. SOUTH Winnipeg Cash Pri Xo. 1 Northern No. '2 Northern No. 3 Northern Oats Xo. 2 C. No. 3 C. W Barley- No. 3 No. 4 Fiajc- No. 1 X. C No. 0. W Chicago I IT 114'.; lttl May Julv Sept H5--1 We have just rece.ived a new lot of 113th Battalion pennants. These make a fine souvenir for members of the 113th and their friends. Get one before they are ell sold. Prices "H- The Red Cross Drug Book Co., limited Calgary Visitor li. H. of Calgary is a vislt- in the eity today. Magrath Visitor Bradsliaw. of .Magrath. is a visitor in the city today. Guard Regimental Orders Drill Friday evening at eight o'clock with rifles. Kali in opposite A. 11. I. building' on Seventh streel south. Is in Winnipeg Mr. ,1. P. Smyth of l.ethbridge. is a guest, at the Royal Alexandra hotel, This is the kind of '.vheai- used in rlie man- uliKihiro of .ninearoiii flour. Wo have several ol' this wlvoiit; in slock and can offer it to public lor seeding. Mr. Envinoml Knight ol' .Raymond. Alia., lias grown sixty Lusheis to the acre of this wheat iiud it will stand tlie drought- hetler than any other wheat. VVt; ai'c offering it :i( per bushel sacked We can also offer Marquis wheat, oats, beardless and six-rowed barley, flax and peas for seed. CALL ON US OR WRITE US FOR PRICES Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. Civil Court The eivi! sittings of tlie supreme court he held here commencing May 23. ilr. Justice Ivcs will pre- side. _ Minneapolis Wheat .May 121% July........... Sent-...... .....________ WEDNESDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES! J9.S5 lo Sll; steers SC.90 to 57.90; S4.CC lo j lieifers to S7.25. 1 to 3S.90; tat-j tie 54.10 to steep So.10 to 511.30., LOCAL MARKETS i LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon prices- Wheat 97 Oats S3 ft Flax Bari-'y Track prices Wlieat n12 Oats 38 Flax 161 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers 6% to T'.'i. Fat cows ti to Choice killing wethers 0. Choice killing ewes s. Select hogs, loiXMO Ibs., .Mi. 61st Battery The Battery boys are at on j their barracks at Henderson Park and will move in on Friday. On Friday also the uniforms will be served out and the ur.it will be complete. Trum- peters ami a terrier sergeant are still needed to complete tile full list of men for tlie unit. B. C. Turcotte. the local hockey player. H. O. John- ston and Alex ITackie have been taken on the AKRIV- TODAY'S ALS LORD NELSON (Sweet SWEET MARJORAM, YELLOW GLOBE ONION SEED, ESSEX RAPE, WATER CRESS, SUMMER SAVORY. j. D. Higmboiham Co. "Alberi-Vs Pioneer The Wholesale and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 Musicians Meeting I Tlie regular meeting of the Am- ortcan Federation of Musicians will j he held Sunday next aL :J y.m. in the j lahor temple. Preli.Tiinary Trial j It thouslit'iit ihe mounted ice offices today ihiu Tony Lombiinli would he smlleleiiUy recovered by Sat- j unlay sinwear for his nrRliminary hearing, j j j Concert at St. Andrew's I A concert will be lield in St. An- church on Friday evening of I this week. There will be solos and musical selections. will occupy the chair. To Shear at Once R, C. Ilarvcy of Raymond, is In [the city today. Mo states that he 1 will smri at once to shear his special brand of breeding "sheep. These are long-wooled breed and the wool re- i turns promise to be heavy. Gun Club Meeting The annual general meeting of- the j Albert's Gun club will be held in the [store of the Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. on Saturday evening the 6th inst., a! eight o'clock. All interested in trap shooting are invited to attend. j Safe of Experimental Farm Lambs j The P. Burns Co. Lethbridge, [secures the top lainbs of tlie season in competition with buyers from Van- couver, Calgary and Edmonton. These lambs are specially fed and consider- eti the best turned off this year. j Death of Mrs. Cameron The funeral of Mrs. Jennie Patter- son Cameron, aged 59, who tnea April SO, near .Milk Hi ver, was held yes- .terday afternoon. Rev. A. H. Denoon officiating. The deceased leaves four children to mourn her loss. Her husband died six years ago. Quaker Bread Has No Off Days. ------Tlie uniform goodness of QUAK- ER BREAD is a tribute to Hie tfklll wiUi which it is mixed, kneaded, and baked. ------Nothing is k'l't ro chance. The thermometer is in constant use, heat, is one of the broad linker's most iin- iKirtaiil servants. The heat of the water is taken before it la used, also ihe heal of tlie flour am! the heat oC the shop. The mixed dough is care- fully watched tinil the temperature taken often. The oven is tallied with a thermometer which registers "heat up to SCO degrees and is kept at ft 50 degrees. This care is repaid by a loaf that IK the same day in and iiay out, always1 sweet, clean and wholesome. -----MADAM You owe it to your family to serve this superior bread on your table all the time. Your gro- cer has it or we will call at your wish, just phone 378. John Gilmore The Baker The Princess of Siam Co. will present JheDissolulion of Partnership-, between the Devil ihe Kaiser TO SEE HUBBIES New York, May Douglas. Mawson. tlio Antarctic explorer, who recently arrived from Australia, sail cd Tuesday on Llie steamer Orduna for among tlio passen- gers on the Orduna were 32 young married women from Canada going; to England to visit their husbands. Lieut, and Mrs. Cragg, Cosham, Bug., on Monday, May 1st, a son. THE NEXT BLUEBIRD LOUISE LOVELY IN "THE GRIP OF JEALOUSY" EMPRESS FRI. SAT. Death of Taber Pdan The deatli of Abe Ap'.ileton, of Ta- ber. took place in yes- terday. He was ao years of age and leaves a wife and children. The i remains were sent to Taber for bur- j ial. The deceased was a broilier of I Sergt. Appleton, of the Kilties, and a well known miner at Taber. i ANNOUNCEMENTS j T. Ridpalll has recovered from M'1'i (ypiioicl fever and is hack at 1 work. i -1 i i. i Choice Seed Oats "Abundance." i 100% germination. SUcts. a bushel. I [Seed potatoes ton. F. O. Hyde 1 j Military reasonable hv J K. l.'larke. shop rear !of-.Conybeare'hlock. Phone 122-3 The Highlanders Transferred Overseas Capt. K. A. Watson, C.A.V.C. (Leth- has bean transferred from IShorncIiiTe overseas, for duty at the headquarters of the 3rd infantry bri- jgnde. Capt. Watson came to England ;last autumn as veterinary officer of jthe 7th brigade. 2nd division, artillery. "Canada." OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S RESIDENCE 647 SMITH, MURPHY CO. Grain Grain G'ain Gain i Grain Grain Grain 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 4 CO. "THE PROOF Of THE PROFITS IS IN THE RETURNS." W. K. PORTER. MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH. NOTICE Phase take notice llmt the Annual of Ihe Western Stork Grow- ers Association Will be held In the CITY A.T.WA.CLEOD, ALBERTA May 11, AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M. All persons interested ara. in- vited to attend. (FOR CHEAP'RATES REFER RAILWAY Frank Ross, farmer; J. P. Nicode-.. Abandon Council Chimbcr raus. farmer, American r W, H. Thomii- The old city council cha.mber in yon, agent. Canadian, and J. Davis, j the city hall, scene of many a wordy miner, English, have enlisted with the battle in limes, is a dis- Kilties during the past two days. The mantled and dreary looking to- Kilties have enrolled 992 niou up to day.- The last meeting has baei today. Of this number 125 have been held in it and the next meeting of Runt down from Calgary. j the 'commissioners will be in the, new _ i council cisarnber in the Uonnan block. Rcsall Orderlies keep tho bowels Work of dismantling the old council regular and healthy. Their action is Chamber Is now In progress. Mayor gentle, mild and soothing. Bold only j Hurdle's office and that of the city by Rexail Drug" Htores. loo ami will tie next in order, anil when boxes. .1. D. Uiginbotham Co., tucfiii offices arc moved tlu, old city Itcil, DO OP CDfll? Hie Grace Coal Mine ia no-.v ijrfcparcil to take care of ail orders. mmo The the best. Delivered, ton At 3.25 ton hall has done service for 12 years will be left to the police-tire department. The last council meet- ing in the old council chamber was held on Tuesday, May 2. SHELL INSPECTOR GUILTY OF USING SEDITIOUS WORDS St. Catharines, Ont.. May trate Campbell today declined to com jmit George Wilson Ramsay for trial on a charge ot utterances against. King George. He iccturct [Ronisay, however, and told him that a subjnr.t, ho should bo ashamed of himself, and "should bo at thf. front." RaniBay ifi a Dominion 'ahtill .inspoctor. Inspected Ice Keep Your Food Sweet and Pure With ice inspected When Harvested Our monthly rates are lo reasonable that no house- keeper can afford to do without our ice. Delivered dally (elcopt to "all. parts of the city. Western Transfer Co., Ltd.