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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Laid. VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY That is all anybody expects and tlmt is what yon always get here. A Assortment for (his Week-End. 'New Cabbage." California of tlie season, per pound Florida Celery, per pouiui................ 15c. Ripe Tomatoei, per pound ..................25c Hot House Cucumbers, each ........25c and 30c Radish-i, Local grown, line quality, 3 bunches for................., 10c Green Onions, 2 bunches for................- 5c. Fresh Pineapples, each 25c, 30c. 35c. Naval Oranges, 25c, 30c, and 40c Florida Grape Fruit. .3 for..................25c Two for 25c, and each................. lOc. Lemons, per .dozen-.............V 26c Good Winter Apples All repacked Konmu Deauty Newton Pippin; Mann, Willow 1 wig. and lieu per case Alberta Potatoes, per Ontario Potatoes, per sack Magrath Creamery, 111 nrery Friday Fresh Pork" Sa'usge, exceptionally fine, fresh In every Saturday, per pound ...'............25c. Corn, Peas, and Beans per tin 10c Tomatoes. 3s, two tins for................. 28c. office: THE GOOD CO, Phoiel271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES THE BULLETIN BOARD WEATHER B2 lil 6-1 3u FUiitaE HKrll-GRADK When you arc in need ?nre and. ji'ive us a t-all. Iv will mean money iu your poi-kct. City Second Hand Store 3th St. S. The Ladiet of St. Augujtin's W. A. will present the Playlet, Sunbonnets BURGMA.VS HALL OX TUESDAY. MAY 11th at 8.15 -Tlie proceeds in .aid of the St. Mary's Anglican Church. North lision 25c: Reserved. 50c. Lethbriilge. clear Edmonton, clear Calgary, clear Medicine Hat, lair Winnipeg, cloudy Nelson, clear "l> Bntilcl'ord. clear Swiii Burront, clear M !Hed Deer, rle.ir 62 jMaelcoil, dear 61 (Prince Albert, clear '_'" I Moose Jaw, clear al I Port Arthur, clear The weather over all prairie prov- inces tins been mostly cool ami clear. FORECAST All and a little warmer. How I Darkened My Gray Hair Gives Simple Home Recipe That She Used to Darken Her Gray Hair ALL Kentishmen Are Invited to Attend the Farewell Supper And Concert to The KENTISH MEMBERS OF THE C. E. F. S 0. E- HALL SATURDAY MAY 8 >AT 7 O'CLOCK. Tickets 7-H- nan.be obtained of the Secretary I For years 1 tried to restore my gray jhair to its natural color with the pre- pared dyes and stains, but none of Lhem gave satisfaction and they were all expensive. I finally ran onto a simple, recipe which 1 mixed at home that gives wonderful results. 1 gave (the recipe, which is as follows. 10 a number of my friends, and they are all delighted with it. To 7 ozs. of vraier.add a small box of Orlei Com- pound. 1 oz. of bay nun and U oz. Df glycerine. These ingredients can be bought at any drug store at rery little cost. Use. even" other day iuir til tlie hair becomes -the required shade, then every two weeks. U will not only darken tie gray hair, but removes dandruff and scalp humors, and. acts as a tonic to the hair. It Is not sticky' or greasy, does not rub otf and does not color the scalp. CITY AND DISTRICT i At Calgary I H. Osiluiid is at Calgary anad ilac- ieod on Compensation work in con- I nection vritb District Xo. 18, U.M.W. of A. j Bufiding Permits i Ruildiug permits so far this month are: H. Prouse. a house on Eighteenth street North, 8330: J. Perini, a house on Ninth street North, and H. M. Becker, a house on Sixteenth street South, ICE Delivered Daily to all parts of the city Wr guarantee to you regarding your ice supply. RATES 10 per month 30 Ibl. per month 30 Ibc. daily... per month Transfer Co. Limited. PHONE 1163. Farewell Reception A reception for the three members of the Citizens' ambulance class. II. Saippobotham, J. Douga'i! and C. Far- rant, who have volunteered for active service, will be held in St. Mary's Parish hall on Fridar evening at S p.m. Cordial invitations are extended to the Imperial Daughters cf the Km- CITY AND DISTRICT Quarterly Board Meeting The quarterly board of Wesley church will meet next Tuesday eveu- Trades and Labor Council The regular meeting of the Trades and Labor Council will be held tonight at S p.m. in the Labor hall. All dele- gates are requested to attend, as "busi- ness of importance will be dealt with. H. J. Lilburn Safe S. B. Mitchell, G.P.R. agent, received a postcard from H. J. Lttburu of Leth- bridge, serving with ihe Princess Pats in France, to the. effect that he Is safe and in good health. reported tliat Lilbarn some time ago, It bad been wounded May is a Busy Month For Moths Moths are very active at this season and if you ivish to guard against their ravages you should use preventive measures now. Don't place your woollen gar- ments, furs, etc.. away without placing something in them that will guarantee their safety. We have full strength CAMPHOR FLAKES CEDAR FLAKES and also MOTH PROOF BAGS. The Red Cress Drug Book Co., Limited Phone 655 Third Ave. S. Lethbridge Lodge No. 39. A.F. A. M.: Regular meeting tonight at S. Third degree will be conferred. TheJ' Canadian Order of Chosen Friends will hold their monthly mcet- ingstomorrow (Friday) at 8 p.m. In the Sor.s of England Hall. All mem- bers are requested to be present. The Victoria Ladies' Orange Lodge Xo. 110 witt hold their regular meet- I the Moose Hall tonight at 7.3C.. The first degree will be con- ferred ami all members are requested to be present at this meeting.. Funeral of Frank Gibson The funeral -of the Jate Frank Gib son, who died recently was held on Tuesday afternoon. Many friends and mourners followed the remains to the grave, where. earth's last duties were performed. Numerous flowers and wreaths covered the coffin. Brooks' New Council A special municipal election in Brooks resulted as follows: Mayor, C. H. Marshall; council, James Alexan- der, Luke Marin, Jamas Ingram, R. Anderson, S. Ainlay and W; Galloway. Ex-Mayor P. T. JfcNah, who resigned with the rest of the old council after the judicial investigation, and who ran again, was defeated by 20 votes by C. H. Marshall. MARKETS pire "ambulance class and the school i teachers' ambulance class to be in at- {u tendance. i THURSDAY'S Jlaj- July Oct. Oats- May July [May I May GRAIN MARKETS Basket Ware Japanese Bamboo IN TRAY SETS- SANDWICH "BASKETS FLOWER BASKETS WASTE PAPER BASKETS VASES.. Indian -Grassware COMPLETE ASSORTMENT. Baby Baskets SIX DIFFERENT DESIGNS. Inspect our Window Display. The Ifexott Store Notice! for Column thould reish Office befor. 12 o'clock noon on the day cf publication Something Different Something Better ELLISON'S SPECIALS CRUSHED OATS AND 00 UN" Your horses will work butter on it per ton Fi'ne "'round. '.Host on the market for Hogs. per ton SAMPLES FU1JMS1IED ON REQUEST Call, Write, or Phono. Ellison Milling and Elevator Co., Limited Letlilmilge, Alberta. f JOHN BARLEYCORN CITY AND DISTRICT Personal Mention R. A. Darker of Calgary is in the city today registered at the Letb- bridge. CITY AND DISTRICT Pt-raoriai Mention -Mr. K. E. Armstrong motored in from City yesterday 'afternoon, and will spend n couple of days here. Segur Turned Down 1. E. Segur's application for a nat- ural gas franchise at Great Falls has been turned dowu. Artor Day Arbor Day will be celebrated on the second 'Friday in May, a week from to- morrow. Arbor day is a school and bank holiday. Bank The bank clearings for the week ending today amount to ag- ainst tor the corresponding week last year.' Brother Was Killed Constable Frere of the R.N.W.-51.P. at Carmnngay, has Just received the sad Intimation that his brother O. G. Frere was killed while lighting with the British East Africa forces. For Patriotic Fund W. A. Buchanan. JI.P., has Just re- ceived a contribution of ?12.60 from Raley being the proceeds of a lecture given by Rev.'jfr. Cameron of Card- ston. T.he money is to he devoted to the Patriotic fund, and has been for- warded to the headquarters of the South Alberta branch at Calgary. Frank CHne Leaving :Prank CHne, for several years the leader of the Lethbridge City band, lias announced that lie will return.to Great Falls, where he was leader of the Black Eagle band, before coming here. This band, will be revived and Mr. CHne will again be leader. 1255 631 185 121J j'-------------'------------- MX j CITY AND Ii4> ISlj 1844- Winnipeg Cach Prices No. 2 C. W. Feed JOHN BARLEYCORN _________. Probe Tregillui Ettate 1 Northern The affairs of .tiie late W. J. Tre-jXo. 2. jNqrthern gillus of Calgary, whose extensive no. 3 Northern holdings of real estate are understood jiso. -I. to lie heavily encumbered, will, in all' probability, be carefully gone into be- fore a Supreme Coin judge in the i-No. U ii. near future, in view of an application krtra _No. J filed in Supreme Court by F. C. Moy- No. 1 Feed er of Taylor, Moffatt Moyer, barris- No. 2 freed tera, on btbalf of Lillian Louise Tre-1 gillus, wife of deceased, for relief uh- der the Married Woman's Property Xo. A Act, claiming that -the said will does not provide her with as much as she won'id receive from the said estate if her husband had left no will. Has Returned Stanley True has returned to the city after an absence of two years in several cities in the central and west- ern states, where he worked at his trade.' Mr. True also graduated from the inland Printer Technical school at Chicago. Interesting Lecture j Paul S. L. Johnson will deliver an interesting lecture this evening in the i Conservatory auditorium, corner Fifth oui [avenue and Eleventh street South. Mr. Pn.f Johnson is gifted speaker, and one of the foremost Bible students of Am 60 Company Incorporations Company incorporations announced in the Alberta Gazette include the fol- lowing: Southern Brokerage Co., Card- ston, capital, the Lethbridge Telegram, Limited, capital R. W. Wallace, Limited, Lethbridge, cap- ital MO.OOO...... Henderson Pavilion Now Open Refreshments Wm. Bradbeer Reduce Teachers' Salaries' The .Blairmore School .Board has cut the salaries of its teachers as fol- lows: Principal, from to first teacher, from" J950 to sec- ond S900 to S750; third teacher, teacher, from ifoni ?S50 to to fourifa X650; fifth teacher, from to X650; janitor and truant officer from to Nephew of Local Man IJeiif. G. F. Andrews of Winnipeg, reported missing in yesterday's cas- ualty, list, is a nephew of Frank uington of Andrews was an officer in the SOth.iU'ftinieni, Win- and a crack shot. He is ;i son of Major and Is only 'I'L years of age. Men, women and children of every .Mar age. all find Rexall a per- j July feet laxative. Sold only by J. D. ;-fccpt. Recall 10cM and- 50c. hoses. Kept. florists Frache Bros. Flowers, Potted Plants, Vegetables Feed N'o. 1 Nr. C..................... Xo. 20. Chicago Wheat 161 134.'. 12-1[ Minneapolis Wheat, 157i 152J in'; j Overthrow of 'Satan's Empire." AH seats Trill be free, and no collection will be taken. The meeting commences Hudion's Bay Picnic The ftrst of the series of many en- joyable oicnics. that are bound to fol- low, was held by-the Hudson's Bay Athletic association yesterday after- noon at their'clubhouse at Henderson Ha'.C of the staff of the big store went out at one o'clock, and pre- I pared for the remainder at six, Niini- erous games, etc., were played after supper, and everybody had a good time. A special car c.onveyed the pier nickers back to the city at ten o'clock. s o'clock sharp. Keho Farmers' Union A correspondent writes: On Friday, April :fO, Keho U.F.A. held a special LOCAL MARKETS Track Xo. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern No. 3 iVorthern Wapon Load No. 1 Northern No. Xo. Xorthovn K. W. prices same. David King recently made a house bill, and a very good Srogramine has bean much better done thu rear. was well received, the children doing Vice-president, S. S. Dunham, was. the still seeding, and they, .have not been speaker of- the evening: and There was "a heavy rain in the of threatening rain says there is every TOod crop this year. He found t 144< farmers very 'and w 145 142 138 "told that they were offered a J1.15 contra'ct for October LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary Hogn, 1780, cattle, 50 Winnipeg. Hogs, 16, cattle, 1875 Chicago Hogs, 1730 cattle, per bushel wheat. spite. her motored otit from Lethbrldge, and very ably dis- cussed the many problems that con- front thn farmers of Alberta. We feel that he gave us great encouragement to; continue1 on with ,thc work of the and his earnest address brought us several new members. Special Services Increasing interest is being shown the special services held in the Christian church. W. G. Asher is a fluent speaker, and thoroughly con- versant with, his various topics. Old truths are put into new clothes. The subject tonight is "Science and the Bible." Big Price for.Alfalfa Prospects are bright for a big price for alfalfa this season. Timothy is quoted at 317.50 f.o.b. Olds; and the supply of alfalfa is exhausted. Indi- cations are that the first crop in this district will he cut about June 1, and ready for the market July 1. The de-' mand will, of .course, be very heavy, and as alfalfa matures one month ear- lier than other kinds of .hay, the grow- ers, arid pur district generally, wiK profit accordingly. New Commissioners Recently appointed- commissioners tor taking affidavits are: J. M. Won- tanowski, Burmts: C. I. Roebuck, Blackie; -H. B.- Scott, Cardston; A. E. Thompson, Claresholm; E. W. Brom- ley. Cowley: H.-B. McKlnnon, Noble- ford; W. E. McDermott, Pincher; W. H. Williaius, Stirling; Robert Riley, Vulcan; VVi J. Patterson, Brockett; B. 11 -March, Carmangay; Hugh Scott, Coaldale; W. C. Smith, Kipp; A. H. McKeown, Letbbrldge; J. S: Collins, Monarch; U.'A.-Wiltse, Foremost; A. 13 McDermott, .1: H. Boyle, Granum; :H'.0.. McDonald, Jlagrath; (ieo. Ellison, Raymond. Well Known Here Friends of I.ouis Ivan Sheddon, tor i several years a resident of this city, i will be soirrv to hear- that he is ported seriously _wounded at tin1 hai- jtle oi Larigeniarcq. Ivan Sheddon was well known Iwre. having been on she staS cf' the Union Hank (or over 'two years. He'lived with his mother 'on 4th Avenue until he was transfer- :red to Hann'a. From there ho cnlist- with the 1st cpntingent in ,the 10th battalionl Mrs. Sheddon also moved i to Calgary a tew months ago. She had just opened a letter from her son 'saying he was well and unharmed, iwlien she received-a telegram saying her son was seriously -wounded. The nature of his injuries is not stat- ed. _________ New School District! Sections 12 3 10 11.12 13 14 and .15 in township 12 range 24; and sections 34 35 and 36 in township 11 range 24 west of the fourth meridian have been erected into a school' district, under the name of the Moulin School District No. official trustee, Samuel Tay- lor, Barons. Sections 16' 17 18 In 20 21 28 29 SO 31 32 and .33 in township -12 range 22 west of the fourth meridian have been erected into a school district under the name of the -Laurel uanic Sunuul District No. 3248; official trustee. Ed. Simpson, Barons. Sections 31 and 82 In township 11 range 22; sections 'K 26 36 and 36 In township 11 range sections i 2 11 12 in township'12 range 23; and sec- tions 567 and'8 in township 12 range 22 west of .the'fourth-.meridian have been erected Into a school rlislricftill- dor the name- of .the Stiathgarry School District, No. 3247; official tr.ustee, H. Henderson, Barons. Don't Drink Muddy Water When you get Fresh Buttermilk delivered to your houie at 15c per gallon Phone 1576 Crystal Dairy Limited CANADIAN PACIFIC SPECIAL EXCURSION FARES To SAN FRANCISCO EXPOSITION AU.Koutes NOW ON SALE FROM ALU STATIONS IN ALBERTA Further from- agent or, R. DAWSON, District 'Passenger SEED POTATOES Best Kindl, Early Late Varieties, Cheap. Thit Seed all Hind Picked and Carefully Se- lected. Allan Jack 1217 2nd Ave. S'. .Phone 1544 New Coroners L. K. Poyntz, Grassy Lake, and Charles H. Kerr of Lethbridge been gazetted as coroners. More Government Oatll Left if there are still any farmers .in the district who want any seed wheat or oats from the government, thoy can be supplied if they get the pro- per'application in quick. There IB-a quantity left over, and it is available hero. Awllcaations or requests for information "should be made to the im- migration officer. -.No .'one need be without' seed grain, if action is taken at once. RED ROSE "is good tea" ;