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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta Pride of Alberta The Smile That Won't Come Off is Worn by Users of Taylor Made Mother's Favorite Saturday Night Specials, Very Special on pranges !0 CASES ORANGES, California Seedlings. lolls u ml Sills. mixed. Soil ri'KUlurly ill FRESH CALIFORNIA STRAWBERRIES, all fresh in Iliis nionllus. what wo lutvo lel't after six umislu. per basket COOKED MEATS ROAST PORK AND DRESSING, nor Ib.....40c BOILED HAM, imr Ib. 40c 5EEF; Ib.................... 40c OX TONGUE, nor Ib........................60c LETHBRIDGE MADE all kinds tonight only, per 10c THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES MARKETS YOU BE THE JUDGE OF MODEL BAKERY BREAD The Evidence will prove it Guilty Of Ijehiff tbe best Bread obtainable Ask your Grocer or phone 1175 and the rig' call. THE MODEL BAKERY N. J. SCHWEITZER, PROPRIETOR SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Open Close May............ 119% HSis 119% .Ma.- 47% July 4IUs 4G% Oct............... i- May............ f'S CS Flax- May ICS'i July............ 172 172 165 105 Winnipeg Cash Prices I :xo. 1 Northern 119Ts j Xo. 2 Northern 117% No. i! Northern 114 I JNo. 2 C. AV. JNO. SC. W. 47% 4G 45 Ti Eitra No. 1 Feed Barley- No. 3 CS No. 4 03 Flax- No. 1 N. 2 C. 166V, Chicago Whlbt May............ llS'a July............ 11CU Sept............. 11B Minneapolis Wheat iMay............ '121% July............ Sept. 117% BOOK LOVERS Opportunity to s; c t The Best Fiction At T.JJC a copy Or 3 for We have just received a large shipment of Books by the best authors, as Ilcrold Bell Wright. Florence Barclay. Chambers, Hex Beach, Zane Grey, Stewart Kdward White, Gene Stratton Porter, Jack London and many others. Tke Red Cross Drug Book Co., United FRIDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES to. steers to ?S.15; cows 54-00 to heifers S5.50 to sheep 510-00. S7.40 to J10.05; cattle H-10 to sheep to 512.25.. __________; I WEATHER Lethbridge 52 04 j Red Deer, cloudy Calgary, clear Macleod, cloudy Medicine Hat. fair........ 5i> i Winnipeg, clo.iidy Broadview, clear Brandon, cloudy 52 Saskatoon, cloudy 52 i Kamloops Pentlcton......... Swift Current, clear Regina, clear........... fi6 Port Arthur, clear 5t> Nelson................ 62 j Grand Forks The weather over the prairie prov- inces has been mostly fair and warm- er. Forecast: Manitoba and Saskatchewan, fair today. Sunday showery. Alberta, fair and cool. OS CO LOCAL MARKETS PRICES LOCAL GRAIN Waeon WSeat MONUMENTS Headstones and Crosses of every description made to order Get onr prices and SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU BUY. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Werks P. R. manager of the Seaforth News, has enlisted with the 161st Huron battalion. GRAIN! Unequalled. facilities for secur- ing reliable information regard- ing Grain. Frequent quotations. All markets. You are invited to make free use of this service. Ask for bids on your carlots of grain. Private wires to New York, Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Baird Botterell, Union Bank Building, Phone 1599. E. L. WYNN, Mgr. B; C. FARM FOR S. OR EXCHANGE 289 Acres, 4 miles from Maryaville, B. C., known as the Clayton ranch, has water rights for irrigation, and borders on the St. Mary's River. The auto road to Sf_ ary's Lake rizns through the land; 20 acres cleared and plowed and fenced; log house barn and root cellar. "Well sheltered for wintering cattle, unlimited open range adjoining a splendid stock ranch, per acre, with small cash payment, balance 9 years, or will ex- change for wheat land in Lethbridge district. Address owner, P. LUND, Lethbridge, Alberta. Ad. L. Phone 516. Track prices: Wheat jOats Flax 104 39% 153 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers 6% Pat cows 6 to killing wethers 9. killing ewes 8, Select liogs, 150-200 IDS., 9U. C. 0. F. Notice Every member in the city is re- quested f.o meet at the K. OF P. HALL TOMORROW SUNDAY EVEninG AT 6.30 SHARP TO ATTEND THE ANNUAL CHURCH PARADE TO WESLEY CHURCH Visiting Brethren Invited Erect Workshop The Baalim Motor Co. have completed the erection and equipment of a large modern workshop.. 47x30 ft. ia connection with their garage. New 'machinery for all kinds of. auto repair- 'ing has been installed and the shop is quite up-to-date. The company has se- cured the agency for a guaranteed gasoline saving prepara- tion. ANNOUNCEMENT the party who bor- i rowed my private fishing tackle. 4 S years ago, kindly return same. T. JM. Chapman- 130-u Choice Seed Oats 1100% germination, 50cts. a bushel. I Seed potatoes 521) per ton. P. O. Hyde i Ve arc sb o w i no- a very handsome .and varied line of Bath- ing THE PRICES RANGE FROM Now is the time to make your selection. J. D. Higinbotham Co. "Albert -1's Pioneer Druggists." Tke Ston Wholesale and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 CITY AND DISTRICT American 'Legion Two more recruits were taken on the strength of the legion yesterday, they having come from North Dakota. Mother's Day Mothers' Day will be commemor- ated in the city churches tomorrow, most of tho churches announcing special services. C. O. F. to Attend Church The annual church parade of the C. O. F. will take place tomorrow to Wesley church, the members to meet at the K. of P. hall in the evening at 6.30. Rev. G. H, Cobuledlck will preach the sermon. Display Local Product Fifty varieties 'of macaroni are manufactured at the local of the ilariaaro Co., an enterprising concern. Citizens should see 'the special displays tonight in the win- dows of the Cood Co. and McKUlop Co. American Yeoman After the regular' meeting to be held at the Moose Hall on Monday at S p.m., there will be a social gather- g to which members are invited to bring their friends. A large attend- ance is looked for. For Seeding We Offer: Selected Marquis Wheat...... per bus. White Banner Oats 50c, per bus. Gold Coin Oats per bus. per bus. pCJ' THE ABOVE IS CLEANED AND READY FOR SEED Special Prices for quantity lots. Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Ltd. LETHBRICGE, ALBERTA. Successful Student I Mr. Charles Kemsley, who has been Associated with Messrs. .1. D. Higin-1 tjoUiafli Co., Limited, for the past four years, received word today that j he had successfully passed his final examinations in Pharmacy at the Un- iversity of Alberta. Nature Knows, She Demands Bread -----You never miss UIP water till the well runs dry. Au old and a true saying. Did tho significance of this saying ever strike you when you sat down to a meal and found there was no bread in the house? -----The fact of the matter is that nature nan be trusted to know what is good for tho health and nature de- mands that the human body be sup- plied with good bread three times a day. You should be very careful that the bread you use is the very best, bread you can procure. There Is ho dif- ference in cost between good, bread and poor bread, then why pay out your good money for an inferior article? We have a reputation for making good bread arid it is our con- stant aim to add to that good name of QUAKER BREAD by ever striving to make good bread better. are awaiting your order. Phone 378 and it will be at. tended to. John Gil more The Baker Was Successful D. B. Fowler, of Jackson "Co., lias received word that he was suc- cessful iu' passing his final cxamlna BostonisnE .to Return R. H. Dunlap, business manager of the famous Bostonians Opera com- pany, is in the city arranging with 1 Manager L. S. Brown the Majestic jtion in pharmacy at the University of :heatro -Qr a Bpec, r retorn engagc. j Alberta. Another successful student is X. J. Devcrcaux of Wainwright, formerly with Kenny Allin. Get a Farm of Your Own TAKE 20 YEARS TO PAY Til ft land will support you and pay for itself. An immense area of the ASK YOUR GROCER FOR "Crystal Brawl" Creamery Butter The Best Freeh Butter on the by The Crystal Dairy Uthbridge Phone 1576 Save Your Hair With Xcwbr'o's Herpicidc 61st. Battery The 61st Battery, owing to the fact that several discharges hare been made for one reason or another, are need of five more men to bring OFFfCE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S RESIDENCE 547 SMITH, MURPHY CO. GROUND FLOOR SHERLOCK BUILDING' LETHBRIPOE, ALTA. HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG, MAN Gr GRAIN CONSIGNMENTS WILL-BE PROPERLY HANDLED IF YOU BILL YOUR AD. VISE: SMITH, MURPHY 4 CO. "THE PROOF OF THE PROFITS IS IN THE RETURNS." W. K. PORTER, MANAGER LETHBR1DQE BRANCH. most fertile land- in Western Canada them up to strength. The battery are for sale at low prices and easy terms, I now in barracks ,at the exhibition ranging from to for farm lands i grounds and are getting in some good with ample lands drill. from ?35. .._____............ balance within twenty years. In irri- gation districts loan for farm build- i ings, etc., up to also repayable in twenty only 6 per cent. Privilege of paying in full at any time. Here is your opportunity to in-: crease your farm holdings by getting adjoining land, or secure your friends as neighbors. For Literature and par-; ticulars apply to. i Allan Cameron, GerT! Supt. of Lands, Desk 26, Dept of Natural Resources, C.P.R., Calgary, Alta. WILSON SKE1TH, Local Agents, Sherlock Building, Lethbridge j 08 YOU BORK COAL? The Grace Coal Miiie is now prepared to take care of all orders.. PHONE 125O The quality it the belt. Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS Batteries and Spark Plugs For Automobiles and Oil Full Engines COMPLETE ASSORTMENT ALL SIZES C.W.Gray 310 5th St., S. The Hardware Store that Saves You Money. First Aid Class The First" Aid Class, in connection with the coal mine, was largely at- tended during the course of lectures and the practical work, by the em- ployees of the' G. P. K. No. 3 and N. G mines. Dr. Galbraith was the lecturer and Duncan MacDonald, Su- perintendent of Mine Rescue Sta- tions, instructor for the practical work. The examination of this class was held on May 10. Dr. Levering was the examiner. He congratulates the class for the high efficiency of the work them. The following were the candidates pass- ed and percentages obtained: First year Knox 75, Jno. Hamilton 75, Roht Christie 91, Robt. Horn 91, Jas. Barclay 9fi, Gavin Dow 97, Wm. Stafford 97, Lewis Moore''95, A. Campbell 39. Second year Stevenson 100, A. Muir !tg. inent of the Bostonians-in a new pro- duction, "One Night Early in June." If Hair's Your Pride Use Herpicide Wm. A. Klrkpatrlck; a well known saddler and' of Toron- to, died. .Untimely Death The many friends of Christina Clarion, wife of Mr. A. W. Cruick- shanks, manager of the Union Bank at Foremost, will be shocked to hoar of her death. nn Thursday. The de- ceased, aged 27. is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Lane, 1818 nth avenue north and formerly lived in tills city, having been married a lit- tle over a yoar ago. Much sympathy felt for her month old baby and husband. The latter was formerly the accountant in the Union bank here. Mrs. GruickBhanks was one of a there being ioi't to mourn her loss three brothers, Rob- ert, in the trenches, William in the Standard Bank and one in England, and four sisters, one in England, two In the States aiiu one at home. The funeral will be held from the resid- ence of Mr. Dane, on Monday at 2.30 interment In the public cemetery. BAND CONCERT The regular Sunday evening hand concert of the Kilties band will he held In the Majes- tic theatre tomorrow evening commencing at 9 o'clock. Boulton's Auto Livery FARE OF THE 1 PASSENGER 60c 2 OR 3 PASSENGERS CHILDREN FREE. HURRY CALLS during night are our specially. We-meet trains. OUR OPEN CARS ARE HANDLED BY CAREFUL DRIVERS WE AIM TO PLEASE OUR CUSTQMERS. ASK FOR RATES Phone 1206, Day or Night. UMPRESC. J MONDAY tl TUESDAY CHARLES CHAPLIN "The Floor Walker" Comedy L'ethbrldae the same date at It playr New York and other big Positively, the latest By 'SPECIAL BEQUEST': The Great Chaplin Cnmcily, "A Will he shown :i( Ilic OKPIIEUM TONIGHT. Anyone who has .mllsed this will do well to avail thtmselvea this opportunity. Tonight only. V ;