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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta "T. PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta Pr of at Your Call The Taylor <'te EXTRA SPECIAL ON JAMS THIS WEEK OWING TO THE ADVANCE IN THE PRICE OF SUGAR. JAMS ARE ALSO GOING UP IN PRICE, BUT AS WE HAVE QUITE A GOOD STOCK ON HAND (BOUGHT AT A LOW WE ARE MAKING SOME EXCEPTIONALLY LOW PRICES I-'OR A SHORT T'ME ONLY. FURNIVAL'S PU'RF JAMS. tins, nil kinds. till SPECIAL, per C'lfo of U1 tin; ROSE BRAND, fruit .'ia Apple Jelly. flavors, lift SPECIAL, per 12 tills jams, -I 75c -I Hi. ST. WILLIAMS' pure HSS.JI 75C tins, all kinds, price each S7.65 SPECIAL per case, -J tins mUnl with ST. WILLIAMS' pure fruit jiuns. strawberry l KaspbelTy and Apple. Something extra fiau 60s Per case. 9 tins J4.00 MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES May..... July..... Oct...... .May Open HSU llo'i 46 u, Close llV'.i Ill's 115 46 V, WEEK IN IK BIY In this Column Will b! Published Every Monday Church Announce- ments for the Coming Week. Notices for This Column Should Reach this office not later than 10 a.m. Monday. Announcements of Enter- tainments for which Admission Is Charged will not, of course, be accept- ed for this column. At St. Andrew's Tonight at S, Senior Christian En- deavor. Wednesday at 3.30, Ladles' Aid; ot Bible Class; at 9, managers' meet- ing. Thursday at S p.m., choir practice. Friday at Intermediate Chris- tian Endeavor. At Baptist "Wednesday evenlng'at 8 o'clock Rev. C. C. McLauriu ot Calgary will spent on "A Trip through Peace River Dis- tract." All -welcome. At Christian Tonight at S, Christian Endeavor at the church. Wednesday at 2.80, Ladies' Aid So- ciety. Wednesday at S, prayer meeting, fol- Day l be observed nest Sunday with an appropriate sermon in the morning. At Westminster League meeting tonight postponed. Tuesday night, Queens of Avelon. at S p.m., public meeting Oct............... Jlay............ 67 Hay............ IV1 JSfl July............ 173 170% Oct................ Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1 Northern 117% Xo. i Xo. :i Northern 1HU Oats- No. 2 C. 40% Xo. 8 C. W................... 45 H iKitra No. 1 Feed............. 45% No. 1 Feed 44% No. 2 Feed................... 43% No. S 66 in connection with district meeting; Rejected" speakers Rev. Thomas Phelps of Ta-' ber and Rev. G. G. Pybus of Barons. Special singing. Friday at 4.15 and S o'clock, choir practises. AS St. Mary's Wednesday at S p.m.; service of in- ercession. At St. Cyprian's Tonight at S.15. confirmation class. Wednesday al S p.m., intercessioual! service. Teachers''training class at N'o. 1 N. Mar July Sejit. May [July W. C............. Chicago Wheat 115% Minneapolis Wheat 12m 120 y. 117V. 114% 115% 1151.1 120% 116% CITY AND DISTRICT By Bovil Cable ONE OF THE BEST WAR BOOKS No heroics, no melodrama, no manufactured pathos, but the naKed terror and splendor of war brought home to the read- er's heart and mind. Price 91.35. Postpaid The Red Cross Drag Beok Co., Limited Masonic Meeting North Star lodge No -i will hold its regular meeting tonight. Important .business. Visiting breth- ren cordially invited. For Patriotic Fund The Hon. Trcas. R. J. Ritchie Pal- erson acknowledges the receijit a contribution of Sft.OO from the Ladies i Orange Benevolent Society. Permanent Liquidation Notice has been filed in supreme court, here that S. II. Fisher has been appointed permanent litiuidator ot' the Foyal Collieries Ltd., now in liquida- tion. meeting of the board of close of service. i Thursday at 3 p.m., Women's Auxil- iary. Thursday at S p.m., confirmation class for all candidates. Friday at S.30, choir practice. Saturday at 2.30, Junior W. A. At Pentecostal Mission Tuesday at p.m.. prayer and the i lowed by officers.' At Wesley Tonight at S o'clock. Quarterly Offi- cial Board in the church parlor. Tuesday at S p.m., billeting commit- tee in pastor's study. Wednesday evening service will be addressed by two ministers of the dis- trict who are in attendance at the district meeting, MONUMENTS Headstones and Crosses of every description made to order Get our prices and SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU BUY. Lethbridge Monumental and Cat Stone Works GRAIN! Unequalled facilities for secur- reliable inforamtion regard- ing Grain. Frequent quotations. All markets. You are invited to make free use of this sen-ice. Ask for bids on your cartels of grain. Private wires to New York, Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Baird BottereU. Union Bank Building, Phone 1539, E. L. WYNN, Mgr. Thursday at 8 waiting LOCAL upon Gott .for the Baptism of the Holy Wagon price; Gnost. At Scientist Oats........-. Wednesday at S p.m., testimony Flax meeting. SATURDAY LIVESTOCK PRICES Hogs 5D.S5 to J11.0S; steers ?6.90 to SS; cows, to 56.50] heifers to Chicago; Hogs to eat- i tlo to sheep Sfi.l'i to fil.So. LOCAL MARKETS GRAIN PRICES ARE ON THE JOB "Field Headquarters, near Namiquipa, by wireless to Columbus, N. Hay full squadron of 230 acn of the llth cavalry surprised and routed a much larger of Villa bandits an Ojo-Azules, 17 miles south of Cuslhuri- j achic, early Friday. Forty-two Mexi- cans were killed and a number wound- ed. There were no "United. States j casualties. Barley......... Track prices SO 33 143 43% LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers. 6% to Fat cows 6 to killing wethers 9. killing ewes 8. Select hogs, 150-200 lbs.r 9Vj. COUNTESS SENTENCED Dublin, ria Ixmdon, May Coun- tess Georgiiia Markievicz, one oi the prominent figures in the Irish revolt, was sentenced to death after her trial by court-martial, but the sentence has been commuted to penal servitude for life, it was officially announced this Preliminary Trial Tony Lombards, who is Cfiereed the attempted murder of it'eu- ben Silivro at the latter's home In Staffordville, a couple of wecxs ago, appeared before Inspector Chaney at the Mounted Police barracks this morning for preliminary hearing. He was remanded for trial for eight days erassysrss court room looking not the worse for wear. Sflivro is said to -be fully nry ed to a life term. KAISER UP TO OLD TRICKS London, May 7. The crew of the British steamer of Lucknow, was sunk in the -Mediterranean on Tuesday night, was landed on the Island of Malta ou Thursday, accord- ing to a Lloyd's dispatch from .Malta under Thursday's date. The .steamer torpedoed without warning. I SLAVS IN LONDON I London, May party of promt nent Russians, including members of the duma and of the council of the empire, havs arrived here from Petro- jgrad for the purpose of making a tour jof England. MAY CALL CARUSO TO ARMS j New York, May Caruso, the tenor, sailed today on the steamer Eapagnc lor Italy, by way of France. Before sailing the singer said he ex- pected to return to Xew York in No- vember if he is not called upon to serve In -the Italian army. OFFICE'PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S RESIDENCE 547 SMITH, MURPHY CO. GROUND FLOOR SHERLOCK BUILDING, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG, MAN YOUR GRAIN CONSIGNMENTS WILL BE PROPERLY HANDLED IF YOU BILL YOUR VISE: SMITH, MURPHY CO. I "THE PROOF OF THE PROFITS IS IN THE RETURNS." W. K. PORTER. MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH. recovered from the bullet wound through his Police Court While making a sharp turn on 4th avenue on Saturday afternoon, the buggy driven by 3- Toth, In which there were three occupants, .was over turned and one man, C. Macdonnell, was rendered .unconscious. He was taken to the hospital suffering Irom injuries about the head hut is recov- ering rapidly. All the parties were under the influence of litiuor'at the time and in police court this morning Toth. thi driver, was fined and costs for being incapably drunk in charge of a Horse and buggy. Hew Kongf a local celestial, who made a vicious assault on George Konstantln yesterday also appeared before the magistrate this morning. His case was enlarged till tomorrow. ____ Fleming's Veterinary 52 Fleming's Lump Jaw Cure Fleming's Spavin Cure (Liquid) Fleming's Spavin and Ring- bone Paste.............. Fleming's Fistula and Poll Evil Curs............... Fleming's Chronic Cough Powders S2 Fleming's Absorbent Fleming's Knee-Sprung Cure Fleming's Colic Cure Fleming's Sweeney Cure Tonic Heave Remedy................ Fleming's Diuretic Powders Fleming's Joint III Preven- tive S1 Fleming's Garget Cure Fleming's Cattle Tonic Fleming's Veterinary Heal- ing Oil ......___....... 50c Fleming's Veterinary Heal- ing Oil (Large size) ___ Fleming's Veterinary Eye Lotion.................. 50c Fleming's Chemical Horn- stop.................... 50c Fleming's Sedative Lotion 50c Fleming's Sedative Lotion (Large) Fleming's Lice and Mange Powder 5Qc Fleming's Fistula Syringe 50c Extra Nozzles for Syringe, Each f.._............... 20c J. D. Higmbolham Co. "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists." The Start Wholesale and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 Mcther of Carmangay Lawyer The mother of A. B. Hogg, the well known Carmangay lawyer, died in To- ronto a few days ago. She was SI years of age and her father the late Rev. Thos. Wrightman, a Presbyter- ian minister, was the first master of the Toronto academy. She leaves a family 01 nine children. Billy Brennan in France "Billy" Brenuan, who left Leth- bridge with the first party of reserv- ists for the war, writes that he has been again sent to France and is en- gaged in one of the repair shops near the front. His time as reserv- ist expired last July, but he remained with the troops. Annual District Meeting The annual meeting of the Leth- bridge district of the Methodist church will assemble in Westminster church Wednesday and Thursday of this week, beginning each day at 9 The ministers of the district and the layman from each charge are expect- to be in attendance. For Seeding We Offer: Selected Marquis AVheat bus. White Banner Oats 50c per bus. Gold Coin Oats per bus. Barley .CMC. per bus. Flax _____ per bus. THE ABOVE IS CLEANED AND READY FOR SEED Special Prices for quantity lots. Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. Accidental Death Accidental death was the verdict of the coroner's jury in the case of Pete Panteleeinlv, the Coalhurst min- er who -was found lying dead beside his car in the Lethbridge Collieries on Friday. Deceased had evidently struck the mine roof with the top of his head, the blow causing damage to an artery which led to his death. Tiie inquest was held on Saturday afternoon, Coroner A. B. Humphries presiding. K. of P. Conference Prod Kenny, state secretary, TIios." Long, state treasurer and Thos, Quinn grand knight of the locai council, Knights of Columbus, went to Calgar'y this afternoon to attend the annual meeting of the state council which convenes in Calgary tomorrow. ANNOUNCEMENTS Choice Seed Oats 100% germination, aOcts. a bushel. Seed potatoes' per ton. P. O. Hyde YOU BURN COAL? The Grace Coal Mine la now to tako care of all orders. PHONE 1250 The quality Is the be it. Delivered, ton At mine ton American Legion Another American stalwart Joinp-'1 !he American Legion now rnrrniting 1 ere this morning. Carrl Seivers o' North Dakota was the man. He has been attending the Agrici-itural School at Clareahoim. SOCIAL The Young Ladies' Sodality of St Patrick's Church will hold a social ON TUESDAY EVEN- ING, MAY 9TH, IN K. OF P. HALL. "Five Hundred" will be played from to A good orchestra will furnish Music for Dancing Ten per cent, of proceeds will be given to Red Cross. Penile, May to the Her- PL C. Perrin, dean of the faculty of music, JleGill university, paid his annual visit to Pernie Friday and left for Cranbrook and Nelson yes- terday. While here he conducted an examination in practical pianoforte playing of Miss West's class of ten, every member of which passed suc- cessfully, three of thorn with distinc- tion. Lieut. Kingswell, of the Vancouver 'pioneer corps, was at Morrissey Friday night where he received 17 volunteers [from E company, 107th regiment, for sthe pioneer corps. These men will go I to Vancouver in lime to leave for over- seas about the 20th hist. I" The names of this detachment. !follows: Corp. C. J. Minion and Ptes. Cheston, J. Riley, F. Harrison, G. JMcLeocl, J. Hirst, A. Me Arthur, W. Morrow, R. Kerr, S. Smith, O. King, H. Quince, R. Hartley, E. Loxton, D. Lindsay, J. Green and II.'B. Jones of the 18th tield ambulance unit. Lieut. A. K. Stuart of the intern- ment camp at Morrissey haa returned from Vernon, whither he had escorted six German prisoners from IMorriasey. There are but two German internes now confined at Morrissey. Memorial services were held at the Methodist church this morning in hon- or of the three soldiers reported killed at St. Eloi a few days ago. William I. Forsythe was an adherent of Fcrnio Methodist church, as was also William Price, two of the deceased soldiers, and the third, Hobert Connor, was a well known Fernie boy. Rev. Mr. Perley'rs discourse was appropriate to the occa- sion ant! Mrs. WnHwood sang "Snmfi Time We Will Understand" in a very effective manner. Yesterday's rain after the few days of warm weather has brought a consid- erable rise in the Elk river and it Is now (it the high water mark for the season, though far helpw its record of rampage In former seasons. The westbound express was held up near Morrissey yesterday for several hours by a gravel slide at the big gravel bank which has a habit oi! j covering the track at that point every i spring. j Two soccer teams of the 225th boys weut to Morrlssoy yesterday to try conclusions with the hoys of E com-! pany, 107th, but, after a smart battle the score stood at all round and I the finul conclusion will have to bo i trle'l out at another time, Good Sound Flour Is Important! ------The uniform goodness of QUAK- ER BREAD is proof positive that wo exercise care in the purchase of the materials that enter into the manu- facture of QUAKER BREAD. Of these materials flour is by far and away the most important. Nothing but the best is ever good enough for us. Care- lessness in this particular would ba fatal because it is the sweet natural flavour of sound No. 1 wheat that the baker depends upon to get his proper flavour in the bread. Bread is pecu- liar in this respect, It is almost tha only food that no flavouring or spices lire used in making. Given sound, wholesome wheat flour and half the battle is won for the baker, it mere- ly becomes a matter of skill mul knowledge for him to make GOOD BREAD BETTJ3R. would like the op- portunity of demonstrating this super- ior bread to you today. Ask your grocer for it or phone 378 and we will have the salesman call with a sample loaf. John Gilmore The Baker CITY AND DISTRICT Festival Meeting A festival meeting will be held to- night at 8.30 in Wesley church. Im- portant business. Death of E. B. Butler Death yesterday removed E. B. Butler, aged 66 who for the past eight years has been a resident of South- ern Alberta, most of the time a res- ilient of Lethbridge. Deceased has been suffering from chronic bronch- itis since last November and was un- able to throw off the effects of the disease. He was a native of Notre Dame Bay. Newfoundland. The death of the father was the first break in the family, the mother, four sons and three daughters being left to mourn their loss. The funeral will be held from the family residence 537 12th St. B. North tomorrow at 2.30. Rev. Lyttle, of Pincher Creek assisted by Rev. G- H. Cobbledick, will conduct the funeral services. Public Meeting A special public meeting1 will bo held in the Church of Jesus Christ, of Latter Day Saints, corner of 12th St. and 7th avenue south, Wednesday evening May 10th at 8 p.m. Apostle Rudger ClawBon and B. H. Roberts of the 1st council of seventy quorum, be present and address the meet- ing. Members and friends arft Invited, Move Grain The grain office of Baird and Bot- terell, who opened here last summer, isi being removed from 4th avemio south to the Johnstone and Kitchie old stand on Third avenue south. Man- ager Pike of the Calgary branch is hero today in this connection and states that the company have decided to make Lethbridge a permanent of- fice and more commodious quarters were necessary. The company has private wires to its Calgary branch and can give frequent quotations at this office. E L. Wynn is manager of the local branch. AUCTION SALE OF HORSES AND CATTLE SATURDAY, MAY 13 1916 AT THE LETHBRIDGE SALE AND FEED BARN AT 2 M., THE FOLLOWINS: Matched team ot bay geldings, 4'years old, wolKlit 2400 lb.; 1 bay gelding, 3 yeara old, 1250 Ibs.; 1.brown.gelding, years old, 1400 Ibs.; 1 Krey gelding, 5 years old, 1300 Ibs.; 1 brown mare, 7 years olti, 3200 I bs.; 1 team of driving geldings, S years old, 1100 Ibs.; 1 brown marc, 1600 Ibs. 7 years old, and foal by her sldo, 1 month old; 2 geldings, 3 years old, not broken, 1200 Ibs.; 1 broken, J200 Ibs. dairy cows; 5 fresh calved cows. Holstoln; 5 cows due to be fresh in May; 7 yonng calves; 1 cow, fresh, with calf 2 weeks old; wagons and harness. TERMS CASH. 3. A. SMITH, AUCTIONEER COMING AGAIN MPRESQ-TheSpoaers' Next Rex 8t Rex Celebrated Story in Moving ACTS ;