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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up J LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor lest a day hotel in llberta 3 es Clark's Seedling Strawberries. Cottage Cheese i. saiunluy Tlio Clnrlc's Sepdlinc Strawberries mo a" 1'l'T I'llinolis llood Itlvers'srowli In bivgoli only that these- .ire growu 111 Wnsll- a new Hue- lo around here, but wheiv [I is; knowni it is a sivnl si-llor. 11 is niucll llio as Neul'chatol only ronsiderably chen'ier. will this, in CLARK'S SEEDLING STRAWBERRIES First WonSl." te inKinii. There an> of the season. Price per basket.........25c ALBERTA POTATOES: good stock, per cwt and Per sack GOOD WINTER re-packed: several varieties: per COTTAGE In every Saturday: put up in t pound bricks: 2 pounds for..35c FRESH PORK In every Satur- day Per pound .......................-25c FRESH MAGRATH CREAMERY BUTTER fresh in every Friday; per pound ............40c CORN. PEAS and tin .........10o tins, 2 tor .............25c FRESH RADISHES LETTUCE. ONIONS. RIPE TOMATOES. CUCUMBERS, ASPARAGUS, ETC. AT LOWEST MARKET PRICES. Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES w 525 ii NOTICE THE ONLY AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR THE GUARDIAN ASSURANCE COMPANY. THE GUARDIAN ACCIDENT AND GUARANTEE CO. THE NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURNCE SOCIETY THE NORWICH UNION ACCIDENT BRANCH FIREMAN'S FUND: AUTOMOBILE, I C Ej Delivered Daily to all parts of the city j We guarantee to satisfy you I regarding your ice supply- j RATES I 10 Ifcs. per month 20 Ibs. daily.. per month 30 Ibs. per month Western Transfer Co. j Limited. i PHONE 1163. 30X 518. W. A. LEVITT LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. Flowers, Potted Plants, Vegetables florists Frache Bros. J.DMcGregorHds Refused Portfolio Winnipes, May 13. Practically nothing new has developed today in the political situation other than that il is now known that .J. D. McGre- "or has definitely refused the port- Polio oi agriculture, which, it is un- derstood was proffered him by Prem- ier Norris. An effort is nov being made to nil this vacancy before the cabinet is sworn in, which may be tomorrow but will not be later than Saturday. The name most mentioned today is' that oi G. H. J- Malcolm, Liberal member for Birtle, a practic- al farmer and well educated. Mr. Mal- colm was horn in India, and in the legislature is highly esteemed. The Tribune warns the public re- garding rumors oi an understanding between the parties ior the calling ori ,of the eoq'ukr.: insists that all cabi- net ministers shall be examined under ,oath before the Royal Commission and warns Premier Xorris that he will he held responsible should a sin- gle cabinet minister leave the prov- ince before ihe inquiry is pushed to its tittenuost- end. With this exception, the personnel of the cabinet will he identical with previous announcements. MARKETS THURSDAY'S 'GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg. Man., -May and closing prices on the local grain exchange today; Open 16IW May July............ 157 October........... 124U .May............ 63U July............ 64 >i May............ Flax- May July............ October......... 159 Closing Cash Prices Xo. 1 Northern No. Northern......... Close 1SO-S 157V- I.ethhridge, cloudy Edmonton, iair Sask'atoon, cloiulv Regina, tine Kamloops Red Deer, cloudy............ Medicine Hat, cloudy Prince Albert, cloudy cloudy tiSTs r.peg fair 75 37 V2 -IS tH 35 B4 -1-1 07 311 72 44 51) 42 58 4S 60 38 .12 .10 Port Arthur Nelson............................. The weather in the prairie provinces j has been mostly cloudy with showers in parts of Manitoba and Saskatche- j wan. i FORKCAST Ail West Easterly i winds, mostly iair with moderate remnerature todfiy and Friday. Does Your SkinFeel Dried Up? Perhaps you have 'not been taklna proper rare of your skin. It needs care and attention just as much S3 your teeth or hair. If we could live just as nature intended we should we wouldn't need to worry about our bodies and would (lie of old age. But if we would repair tup ravages incidental to the artiti- live, we suggest the rpscutar use of some such emol- lient as Xyal's Face Cream. It smoothes out tile drawn and un- comfortable feeling from wind, sun or hard water. Leaves a sensation of.soft grateful com- fort. v Costs only 25c and we guar- antee you will like it. At the price you can hardly afford to be without itr r The Red Cross Drug Book-Co., Limited Phone 655 Third Ave. S. Don't Drink Muddy Water When you can get Fresh Buttermilk delivered to your house at 15c per gallon Phone 1576 Crystal Dairy Limited ALFALFA SEED Mr. Farmer: Your Opportunity to some tlio sciul Unit has made All'uJl'a King Tanner 1'uiiious throughout (lie Wo IKIVC secured his entiro crop and iiro jt'ivinsj it a linal cleaning' before oil'eriiig for sale. Order Early. Dp not let this get away from you. 20 fonts per pound I'.o.b. Lothbridgo oi- Raymond. Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Ltd LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA London Now is Quiet; Outbreak in Yorkshire THE BULLETIN BOARD Noticei for this Column thoultl reach thU Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication London. May 13, p. Al- Tte P. though the atmosphere is still highly p m ,ne millu.r ot ,.icctinn a dele- charged with excitement a survey o! salo tn Court Convention will the districts of London winch ycsU-r- j be voted cm. 1'lease alUitd. day were liotbi'ds ot nuti-Cierman out- Americans Take Hand [ported by thousands of the general The American meat establish-j stood in a drenching rain anil .....i ininpd Mipir v cheered speeches calling for in- Is Recovered Miss D. Diyounie has sufficiently covered from her malady to appear ment at Smitjiflelil today joined their llritish confreres in displaying notice to the effect that no business would be transacted with Germans. Some COVCred trom lier tu yi; imiiau.V'H-vi in "Fabiola" tonight. A special street j friction had been threatened because car has been arranged after the per-1 the Americans had delayed putting notice until they received m- 1S2' 1S5 1SS5 Ifill'i (CITY AND DISTRICT! At Calgary J Supt. Walker of the C.P.R. was on i a business trii) to Calgary yesterday. Northern AMERICANS IN PARIS PROTEST TO U.S. GOVERNMENT Paris, May than one hun- dred Americans In Paris have sisned the following cable which was for- ivarded to President Wilson: "We, the undersigned, having ob- served strict neutrality though living amid the horrors of war, now feel that jn justice to our conditions, and in or- der to preserve our self-respect, ire inust voice an indignant and energetic protest against the sinking of the Lus- jtania. an act pre-eminent in its sav- agery, and which places the responsi: hie government outside civilized hu- manity." Oats- No. 2 C. W.............. No. 3 C. W.............. Ei. No. 1 Feed........... No. 1 Feed.............. i No. Feed............... Barley- No. 4 Feed................... Flax- No. 1 N. C............. No. 3 C. Chicago Wheat Open May......... Julv............ lM7i 1 Arbor Day in Schools Tomorrow- as Arbor Day will be ob- served only by the city Schools. The 1 stores, ijanks and government offices remain open. September Minneapolis Wheat --153X- September 121 147% 320% Bank' Clearings The bank clearings for the week ending today amount to S2P0.305.S1, as against for the correspond- ing week iast year. Many Applicants i The Lethbridge Livestock Guaran- i tors met a few days ago to consider further applications for livestock to the value of S3300. Only about hair of. these weie granted. j Beatties Are Safe Beattie, cousinTJ! .Mrs. .Murray j of Lethbridge, and her'son Allan, pas- on the Lusitania, reported missing, are now reported as being among the survivors. LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hogs, SS.l.v. cattle, JS.25. Toronto: -Hogs, ?S.10: cattle. J9.00. Chicago: Hogs, S7.25-S7.65: cattle, t6.8M9.25. Motorists Return A party of motorists of which Mayor Hardy was a member returned this morning from a trip in ihe south. A list of household tasks which ;an be accomplished with the aid of 3lectricii.v has been compiled. MADE JN CANADA SHIRTS COLLARS pYJAMAS gUMMERjJNDERWEAR 1WLUAMS. GREENE ROME CO- UMnin .KRUN. ONTARIO TRAVERS Travers, Alta.. -May Erickson has gone to North Dakota j for the summer. .Mrs. Foy of Calgaiy came lu on Wednesday's train for a moutlifs visit with her mother, -Mrs. Foster. .Mr. and .Mrs. Herman Ulricfc week-end visitors at Champion. During the past ten days there have been a few light showers, which will help the grain that is up. j Mrs. Hays went to Medicine Hat ion Monday for a week's visit. The U.K.A. picnic will he held this j year on June 11 at Travers. Mr. Sutherland is teaching the i Sweet jerland, is teaching _. Hazel Ureenman tame up from Car- mangay on Sunday for a week's visit at home. The Ogilvle elevator closed here for two weeks. Mr. Ellicoit is taking his vacation. The pound hai! insurance by- laws- did not carry. Friday the Travers ball team went t6 Lomond. At the end of the ninth inning the score stood and in the fourteenth inning Travers got five more runs. Passes Exams Mrs. J. H. Wallace has received word from her son James that he Ivis passed with honors in his examina- tions at Stanford university. He leaves for home today. j Gets Thirty Days i At the police court this morning '.John Steele. an Indian, was given :JD days at hard labor for obtaining on false pretences. A resident of North Lethbridge was let off with a a for allowing his horse, to run at Isirge. 1 structions from terniiicnt of Germans. Scientists have estimated the age of -i a pine tree ill New Zealand at Horses in sheep horn Iceland nd UIOKI are shod with in the Soudali CELERY AND IRON TONIC Is far oeoDla who arc run down and out of condition. If it does not make you eat. sleep, think, and work it docs not make you feel good your money back, taste, is pleat- ant, and it vyill no_t upset the stomach. PRICE...... 1C upset me struct'ons irom ui..iumiaiii.i.i. sneeii nun, u.iv, Cadets to Parade 1 the custom house also there was some are fitted with camel skin socks. The officers and non-commissioned rioting in' which women as well as officers of the Cadets will meet at the men participated. Centra! school tomorrow (Friday) Trouble at .Mines at nine o'clock. The-Cadfit Anti-German feeling m tlic Gold- Corns will oarade to Wesley church I thorpe mining district in is on Sunday evening. The Corps will j high. Violent attacks were delivered Sunday evening, me uorps mgn. illv lembie at Central'spliodl at 7 p.m. 'during the. night. Revolvers were fir- hoxes. Don't scold the child if she is cross; give her Rexilll Orderlies, as the trou- hic'is probably with the bowels. Sold only bv .J. rliginbotliam Co., the Rcsall Store, iflc., 25., and 50c. NORMAN GRIFFITHS WOUNDED Calgary, Alta., May cas- ualty list issued at Ottawa last night contains the name of Norman Grif- fiths. Calgary, of the 10th Battalion. is wounded. Griffiths is a brother of Elinor Griffiths, the young girl who was recently killed as a result of being knocked down by an automobile TO-MORROW And continuing next week, are worth looking' over. We have decided on making H clean up on the following lines Useless to Transplant Commissioner Grace states thai he j has had many requests for trees for beautifying purposes in the city, but j he [joints out that the growth is so i far ahead ot the season that. It would be-useless to transplant, trees, ;is they j only die. BEAUTY DOCTOR TELLSECRET Macleod Man Wounded Private P. V. resisted Sutherland 13 teaching a position a.s principal of the Macleod Vallejl school, twenty- to join colors, was badly j thoiars on the roll. Slltll- .I...., ,nd hands, i aching at Yetwood. jenman tame up from wounded about thy head and hands, j Miss recently. Mr. Sutton is well known beauty Lethbridge, and friends in Calgary. has numerous German Arrested Detroit Beauty Doctor Gives Simple Recipe to Darken Gray Hair and Promote Its Growth Alice Whitney, a well-known doctor of Detroit, Mich., re- uerman Arrestea tnai win Already one German sympathizer'] its growth and make it soft who disregarded the warning-in the Herald last night has been roped in. A man of German descent, but who claims to he an American citizen, was addressing a group of bystanders in lurid and treasonable language. He was atipreheudeil by the C.P.R. police, and taken to the N.W..M.P. barracks, where he will be charged with using Electrical apparatus has been in-.obscene language in a public place, venUd to up pins in bowling al- The city police have their eyes on one i- accurately and more rapidly or two who are inclined .to 6e too 'than manual labor. I talkative. eauy centlv gave out the following state ment" can prepare a simple mixture at home, at very little cost, that will darken gray hair, promote and make it soft and glossy To half a Dint of water add 1 m of toy rum, a small box of Orlex Compound and !4 oz. of glycerine. These ingredlonts can -he bought at any drug store at very little .cost. Ap- ply to the hair twice a week until the desired shade is obtained. This will make a sray-haifed person looK twenty years younger. It is aleo fine i.o promote the growth of the hair, re- lieve itching and scalp disease, and Is excellent for dandruff and tailing Advejtiasinent. LADIES' PIQUE STREET DRESSES-All new and tasty. Worth up to Cfj Clean Up Price LADIES' CREPE AND MUSLIN, CREPE. AND VESTING up CC flfj to 17.50. Our Clean Up Price... LADIES' WASH OR TUB Fancy Stripe Gingham, Prints and Crepes; worth up to 52.50- C1 ?5 Our Clean Up LADIES' LISLE AND COTTON COMBINATIONS Worth up to Qur Clean Up Price LADIES' our Bargain Table. Clearing out odd lines; Corsets from and up to -Take your choice 'while they last. Our Clean Up Price Silk Dresses About one dozen in the lot, worth CC QQ up to Our Clean Up Price Come and inspect this lot of wonderful values. Ladies' and Children's Coats Just a Few Left.Over Out they go at One-Third Off Children's Dresses have now on hand the largest and best assortment we have ever shown. Dainty little School Dresses priced from up and White Dresses In fine eni- broidery Troni to Our Clean Up 25% oil. NEW GOODS RECEIVED THIS WEEK-Ladles' ICniliress Shoe, tine patent with sand colored c.lotli top; laced, buttons and Oxfords; latest style newest Triced from If 1.00 to SPECIAL IN KID GLOVES_ln tan, Wack and white; our special; every imir" Cl QQ guaranteed. Per pair 55.00 BIG FLOUR SPECIAL At the op i Co. For t Conic looking tor Bartjain Prices! We Invite FURNITURE AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS ;