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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT ITT IJL> I HERALD HOTEL yyiNDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta i Pride at Your EXTRA SPECIAL ON JAMS THIS WEEK CN .MAKING SOME EXCEPTIONALLY LOW PRICE S TOR A SHOK1 I'mcu.iLY. 'FURNIVAL'S PURF JAMS, Ib. ST. WILLIAMS' pure assorted jnras. 4 11...... tills, all kinds, pur tin ...................75c SPECIAL, per case of IL' tins ROSE BRAND, fruit niixoii with Apple Jelly, -ill flavors, per tin SPECIAL, per cuso. 12 tins S5.00 tins, all kinds, price each 75c SPECIAL per case, 9 tins 55.85 ST WILLIAMS' pure fruit jams, strawberry Knspberry and Apple. Something extra, fine 50c Per cast, 9 tills J4.00, THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES MARKETS GOES TO FERN1E. Brentford. May D. T. Me- Clintock. pastor of Alexandra riiurch leaves tomorrow for left .or Fernie where he will -engage jn home mission work for the Pres- Jjyerian church for four months ow- ing to scarcity of men for this work. FROSI FBOST PAGE) BAD FIRE IN .DULUTH Duluth, Minn., May 4.30 this JHornlng, Fire Chief Randall said that the iire -In-the Alger-Smith- Lumber company's plant was ander control. About damage has been done, }t iras estimated. Why Recommended case was-very serious and Vvrassa pick that everybody expected my death any clay. No juiiering could svsr be ivorsu than what I had to endure. I could feel at first the gravel passing through my bladder but now lam as strong as ever. I weigh about zo Ibs. more than when I started to take Gin Pilis. I beg you to publish my ieti-r so that people may know what Gin Pills had done for me. The first box relieved me a pood deal, eight boxes were sufficient to cure en- tirely, and bring me back to perfect health. (Sod.) ISIDORE THOMAS, TUIet Road Glen, N.B." GIN PILLS are sold by all druggists. a bos; six boxes for 55 National Drug Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited, The witness then recounted the negotiations with the shell commis- sion up to May IS. when they had asain met the shell commission at j jfontreal. On that occasion a def- inite verbal agreement was given by Coi. Carnegie and Gen. Bertram that fuses would be retained un- til the Eussell Company shouiii sec whether they could get ready. Contracts Had Been Let They had confidence that they could make the fuses, though Col. Car- negie held that they could not make them. On May 21 they proposed to have their proposition in the hands of the commission the following week. On May 25th they completed '.heir proposals and wired saying they would De'iri Ottawa nest day to submit them. They were told in answer to "please defer the visit until you hear from On May 26 they came and found that all tlie contracts had been let the day before. They had met General Bertram at the Rideau Club, and the I latter had asked them what they weie doing there. They said they had come with their proposals promised. He said: "We have let the contracts." They went to the office of Col. Carne- gie in the afternoon and Mr. Harris seat his card In to Col. Carnegie. The boy came back- with it and said Col. Carnegie was busy and could not see them, and that they should go to Gen. Bertram. They then placed their pro- posals in an envelope and sent them to Col. Carnegie, who came to the doofvand invited them to enter. He said it -was unfortunate, the contracts had been let, as the proposal the Russell company -was a good one, the price being as against a minimum of ?4.25 to other companies. "iVhen General Bertram came in they had a talk." Col. Carnegie said that "pressure had ieen brought to hear to have the contracts placet.." He did not say what that pressure was. TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Wheat July US1--? October 114U llo-.'a OATS May.............. 46H 46 H July 455i October............ 43'i May 67 67U FLAX May 1671J 170-S July 170 iWi October 164 16 i WINNIPEG CASH Xo. 1 Northern HS's No. '2 Northern Xo. 3 Northern No. 4 Northern No. 5 No. t> Northern.............. Ws Feed OATS No. 2 C. W.................... -lOVi j No. ;i C. V.................. W? i Extra Xo. 1 Feed 44 Is i No. 1 Feed Vr. 2 4o i BARLEY 3..................... No. 4..................... Rejected................... -lS No. 1 X. C. 170S No. 2 C. W. 167S CHICAGO Mav.............. IH'U 114S July.............. I" September......... May i July September MINNEAPOLIS 122 120V- 121 H7 GIVE YOUR CHILDREN A Brownie Camera They will greatly enjoy the pleasures of picture-taking and picture making. Prices to See the new Autographic Fold- ing Brownie at you'll like them The Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited I CITY AND DISTRICT Purchased Transfer Archie Clark has purchased the Martin transfer business. Raymond Visitor F. C. Steeie. editor of the Raymond Leader, was a visitor in the city yes- terday. Moose Meet Tonight All members are requested to meet at Moose hull at S p.m., sharp. In- itiation of candidates and general bus- iness. Visiting brethren welcome. For Seeding We Selected-Marquis Wheat per bus. White Banner Oats-----..... aOc per bus. Gold Coin fi5c per bus. Barley per bus. Flax per bus. THE ABOVE IS CLEANED AND READY FOR SEED Special Prices for quantity lots. ison Milling Elevator Co. Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. MONDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES j Caleary: Hogs 59.S5 to 111; steers 56.90 To IS: cows, ?4 to ?6.50; heifers 1 85.50 to J7.00. :o- Hogs 17.40 to ?9.S5; cat iile 54.16 to sheep. SS.10 to 511.75. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon I Wheat I I Barley..................... j Track prices Wheat....... Oats.......... 99 u'a 4314 103% ss LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers 6% to 7V4- t Fat cows 6 to killing wethers 9. killing ewes fi. Select hogs, 150-200 Ibs., PRICE OF MILK HIGH London, May issuance of milk tickets by the British govern- ment, as in Germany, is advocated by the Daily Mail, in order to control the supply, assure proper distribution, and prevent a further rise in the price. Milk has risen from fourpence to six- pence a quart since.the beginning ol the war. The government of Portugal has planned an extensive system of wire- less telegraph stations to link Lisbon with its colonies and other European capitals. SEED ARRIVALS NASTURTIUMS (Climbing) NASTURTIUMS CLOTH OF GOLD, COCGINEUM, PEARL, LUCIFER, FLAMINGO, SOLANBERRY, DELPHINIUM, BLUE BUTTERFLY, .GRANDIFLORUM, SWEET PEAS, DOROTHY ECKFORD, JOHN INGMAN, MARTHA WASHINGTON, SPINACH, SWISS CHARD, Etc., J. D. Higiiibotham Co. Limited "Albert -2 's Pioneer Druggists." The Wholesale and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 Lecture on Peace River -Rev. C, C. McLaurin, superinten- dent of Baptists, has been through the lilnter land of Alberta, will give an address in the Baptist church Wednesday night, describing the country aud general conditions. Invitation wenon1'. Fined Hew Kong, the Chinese kitchen mechanic in the Mon Repos cure who threw a chunk of coal at George Kon- stantin with maMcLous intent on Sun- day, was found guilty of assault by Magistrate Elton this morning- and fined and costs. Warning to Motorists Chief Hardy .warns auto owners that they must place the license num. ber plates on their machines with brackets according to the regulations and that the rear plate must be so fixed that the light will shine on it. The police court will welcome those who do not heed the warning. Red Cross Notes The hon.-treasuEpr begs to acknow- ledge receipt of the following funds: Post office staff proceeds of dance West Letlfuridge, per H. Crawford, Mrs. Haley, Coaldale Ladies' Aid, ?29.40; letter carriers, Plimkett Savage, Terrill Floral Co., 55.55. Did Not Break His Arm Lamb, of Coalliurst, objects to the report appearing in the Herald front Coalliurst of the case in which he was fined the other day for assault on'H. Drew. Mr. Lamb states that the fact of the case was that he as- saulted Mr. Drew in defence of his little son, that he did not break Mr. Drew's arm nor did he attempt to blind him. OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S RESIDENCE 547 SMITH, MURPHY CO. GROUND FLOOR SHERLOCK J BUILDfNG, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. HEAD OFFICE, Grai 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. Duluth, Minn., May lives the toll of death in the first steam- er loss on the Great Lakes this season when the steamer S. R. Kirhy. of the Northwestern Transportation romrany of Detroit, Jlich., foundered Monday morning at 11 o'clock off Eagle Harbor, 194 miles from Duluth. with all hut two of net crew. Only the second mate, Joseph Mudra, and one other of the crew, were saved. WHERE TO GO TOR Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE 762 BOSTON GIRL LEAPS TO DEATH San Francisco, May Pauline Cushing, believed to be from Boston, killed herself here today by diving from the third story of a hospital after a terrific struggle on the fire escape with her nurse. Miss Cushing, of whom practicably nothing is known here, came to San Francisco recently from tlie northwest and was taken to the hospital at the instance of Mrs. F. O. Sanhorn, nresl- dent of the woman's board of the Panama-Pacific exposition, who found the girl srck and despondent. Denies Statement Major Birnie, in charge the de- tention camp here, takes exception to the statement appearing in the Herald last week to the effect that he had appealed for an increase in the number of guards at tlie camp some time ago. Major Birnie did not give this statement to the Her- ald, It having come from other sour- ces. He states that he has never ashed for more guards, and asks the Herald to deny that he did so. A NEW, HARMLESS WAY TO BANISH HAIRY GROWTHS (Beauty By following this suggestion any woman can, In the privacy of her own home, remove every trace of hair or fuzz from her lacs: nnwdRrnd deiatone and water min enough paste to cover the not wanted hairs; ap- ply and in 2 or 3 minutes rub off and wash the skin. This method is" unfaii. Ing, harmless and quick in results, but care should be employed to get the genuine deiatone. Advertise- DO YOU BURN COAL? The (trace Coal Mine is now prepared to take caro of all orders. 'PHONE 1250 The quality i< the bctt. Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton GERMAN SUBMARINE SUNK New York, May dispatch from Amsterdam today to the New York Journal said: 'Berlin advices received today state that a German submarine was recently sunk by a mine In the Black Sea, off Hie Bulgarian port of Varna. Most of the crew were saved, by a destroyer, dispatched from Varna. ruili.er Advanced Here G. J. Hansch was in the city over Sunday from Kenmare, N.'D.. where he is located for the summer. He says Southern Alberta is further ad- vanced with seeding than any part of .Minnesota, Dakota or Montana. Elks Take Plot The first fraternal institution to follow tlie example of miiitary units and take a plot at Henderson park is the Lethhridge Lmige No. 31 B.P.O.E. A number of the members visited the park Sunday afternoon and picked out the site of "Kik's Forest" and this afternoon as many members as possible will melt at the park at 4 o'clock to plant trees and start the work heautification. Those who cannot be present in the afternoon will spend a couple of hours In the evening. The plot de- cided upon is on tlie right side, across the rustic bridge. Prompt Relief from the all-too-cornrnnn ills of ihe digestive organs weak Stomach, torpid liver and inac- tive bowels is found in the always safe, sure, quick-acting BEECHAM'S PILLS "An Honest Grocer" "An Economical Housewife" Your grocer is honest. He will not.' say other flour as good" as "OGILVIE-S ROYAL HOUSE- -knows it. is Canada's Best Flour. Your Great Grandmother useil it your Mother baked it Into the delicious flaky plea and snowy white bread you so well Children will use it when they grow older. .WHAT ARE'YOU DOING? Give hubby once more the pies his mother used to make. DO IT TODAY. Order from your grocer a bag of ROYAL HOUSE. HOLD FLOUR and your baking day troubles arc over. WESTERN MERCANTILE CO., SAM SADOWSKI, PROP. DISTRIBUTOR IN LETHBRIDGE Contract for Uniforms Thaell and Co. yesterday secured the' contract for the manufacture of 17 uniforms for the fire and police de- partment at a cost of each. .ANNOUNCEMENTS Choice Seed Oats 100% germination, 50cts. a bushel. Seed potatoes 520 per ton. F. 0. Hyde KILLED IN AUTO ACCIDENT Reglna, May approaching the village of Lebret, on the Qu'Ap- pelle 'hikes, near Port Qu'Appelle, an automobile containing a number men overturned, and one, Alex La Hoqtte. was instantly Wiled. The car was driven by John who, with other occupants, escaped with a slight shaking. Tlie deceased, who was a well .known farmer of the Qu'Appelle district, leaves a wife and three chil- dren. wtM Sol ME Sain of Anr Medicine in the World. old In boxci, 25 conli. The Crystal Dairy PHON6 THE FIRST Eecl Feather Photo- Play TO BE SHOWN AT THE EMPRESS TOMORROW "The Path of Happi- ness" FEATURING VIOLET MESEREAU Inspected Ice KEEP YOUR FOOD SWEET AND PURE WITH ICE INSPECTED WHEN HARVESTED Our monthly rates are to reasonable that no home- ketper can afford to do without our Ice. Delivered dally (pccpi Sundays) to all parts of the city. PHONE. 1163 Western Transfer Co., Ltd. ;