Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
IDGE 'DAILY Hotel Windsor Best a Siberia 3 The Three Mades Canada Lethbridge Taylor Clark's Seedling Strawberries. Cottage Cheese r CLARK'S SEEDLING STRAWBERRIES First of the season. Price per b.icl-.ct.........25c ALBERTA POTATOES: good stock, per owt 51.25 ONTARIO and Per sack .............................S1-35 GOOD WINTER re-packed; several per COTT.iRE In every put up in. 1 pound bricks: 2 pounds for. .35c FRESH PORK in every Satur- day Per pound FRESH MAGRATH CREAMERY BUTTER fresh in every 'Friday; pound CORN. PEAS and tin .........10c tins, ,2 for .............25c FRESH RAD1SHES. LETTUCE. ONiONS. RIPE TOMATOES CUCUMBERS, ASPARAGUS, ETC. AT LOWEST MARKET PRICES. Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 525 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, SOX 51 W. 'A. LEVITT LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. Flowers, Potted Plants, Vegetables florists Frache Bros. MARKETS FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Shoe Repairs 'Wink- Voii Wait! BEST EQUIPPED REPAIRING STOHE IN'THE CITY MODERATE PRICES AND RELIABLE Shoes called delivered Frank Hiles 511 4th Avenue South Phone 171" Win ctusin jilohay li i July I iMav Lhily illay Muly ;Uct.......... i Barli-r- i Mav ipeg. May H. Openim; ami prices on the strain exciianses v.ere I C E Delivered Daily to all parts of the city We guarantee to satisfy you regarding your ice supply. RATES 10 Ibs. per month 20 Ibs. daily... per month >O Ibs. per month Wesleni Transfer Co. Limited. PHONE 1163. WEATHER Lfiliutiilge, cloudy 50 Kdmonton, fair oS lied cloudy 5S Calvary, cloudy oti Mack-oil. cloudy SO Medicine Hat- cluraly 58 1'rini-p Albert, clear Ill) Mi.cs? Jaw, raining 71 Bramion, cinlidy Tl Winnipeg, fair lifi Port Ai'llmr, iair Nelson Eft" c A sir P i: i c i-: s Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 Careful and Prompt Service j! li-No: 1 i Xo. 2 Nor................... :i -Nor................... !Xu. I jXo. n ,t 3 C. W................. Xn. S C. W................. Ui-tra No. 1 Peed Xo. I Ffeil Xo. -1 Feed Xo. i iKeed Xo. 1 X. W. C............. Xo. 2 C. W................. CHICAGO Wheat- May :.luly [Sept 'July Sept: Opc-ii Close; Grand 1.BO! l.SS'i'j Batlleford. clear I.fills i Saskatoon, cloud l.'Jl Ke.iina. cloudy IKamloops iPenticton til Tile weather in the prairie provinc- les was mostly cloudy with heavy 1.SOJ jrains in Alberta and parts ol" Sas- I.S5 FORECAST: All and nortiteast unsettled with uc- "A casional rain today arid Saturday in 'southern part oi each province. Kair Does Your Skin Feel Dried Up? Perhaps you have no- been latins proper cure of your skill, li needs care ami attention last. as much as your teolll or hair. If we could live just as nature intended we should we wonidn t need to worry about our bodies and would die of olii age. But if we would repair the ravages incidental to llie artifi- ,-iai life we live, we suggest Hie regular use of some such emol- lient as Xyal's Faci- Cream, li; smoothes out the drawn ami un- comfortable feelitis from wind, sim or hard water. Leaves a sensation of soft grateful com- fort. Costs only -Sc and we guar- antee you will it. At the price you can hardly afford to be without it. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Phone 55 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 SAYS "OUH BEST" NEAR REVOLUTION IN ROME; MILITIA CONTROLS THE CITY CITY AND DISTRICT Bow Island Sports A big programme of sports lias been outlined for .May Island. Was Wounded Tlioaias Kennii. a -homesteader northwest or Grassy Lake, was am- ong tbe Bounded in the bat tie of Laughemarcri. Rome, Mar M. via Paris 5.50 The agitation in Home has assumed almost a revolutionary aspect. The entire city has been occupied by the militia. A riotous crowd made Us Major Bryan Takes Command Major C. Dryau. the well-known -Macleod old-timer, has the command- of the 23rd Alberta Rang- J) i ers, in succession to Colonel Kemi who commands the 13th C.M.R. ;CITY AND DISTRICT j M.P.P. Here j U 3. Leffinswell, M.P.P.. of Warn- j i cr, is a visitor in the city today. j R. J. Hutchings Hers 1 R. J, Hiitchtiigs, vice-president of the Great Saddlery Co.. is a visitor1 10 the citv today. Hardieville Trinity Church i I'asror, T. T. Faiciiney; services for Sahbalh. May Ifl: Children's service at l! o'clock: Sabbath school at 2.30; evening service at .All are cor- dially invited. More Money for Reel Cross .hidge .i. A. Jackson acknowledges .ihrotigh the Herald the receipt of from the Ladies' Aid of thefpresbyter- ian church, Itaymond, through Mrs. J. F: Pony Express and Transfer I.IGHT AND HEAVY DRAYING 'T.RUNKS AND FURNITURE REMOVED Fifth viKHie 632 Street South. jj _ j Phone Changed FROM 433 TO 1318 A caM to this number will bring 'a Prompt Rssponse for Draying LIGHT AND HEAVY Coal, Wood, Sand, Gravel, Brick Stone, Cement, Hay and Grain, LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hogs, S8.1J1: cattle. Montreal: cattle, Chicago: Hogs, cattle, Business Good Arthur Lereaii, commercial man .for Commercial Western Co. gary, was in i.oday, and states that business contiitions in tbt> west, 1 are very good. Save The War Stamp You can save more than the War Tax on your letters if you buy a bos of Paper and Envel- opes here tomorrow. Think of All Linen in several weights at Two boxes for thirty-five cents. A regular 40 cent palier. We are clearing out the line. This allows yon to write .several let- ters for the former cost of one. The envelopes alone are worth the, price. (SATURDAY ONLY) Not Seriously Wounded Mr. and Mrs. Watson of .Macleod yes terday received word from their son Harry, who was wounded in the Langhemarcq battle, which contains the welcome news that he apparently vas not seriously wounded. NOTICE I.evi McCaskill, George McOowan, both (it Chin, Allicrla Livestock. Association The Board of Trade of Grassy Lake is undertaking to organize a pure-. bred livestock association for "the [Grassy Lake district, with the inten- tion of taking advantage ot the offer of the Dominion department of Agri- culture lo supply male animals-for .breeding purposes. The BVtaJZXi Store Cutworms Not Numerous way this morning to the.I'inzza Wonto Cilorie. where is located the Cham- ber o'f Deimties, and forced entrance Into the building by smashing tlia windows. C.P.R. Hold at 'Peg Dismisses Alien Employees Wiunineg. Man., May Roy- al Alexandra Hotel today dismissed all employees of alien nationality. They included about !i score of Germans and Anstrinns. Intiuuins the assistant head waiter, a number of chefs and several waiters. SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST 'FARMER Macleod, May London. May of Germans and Auatrians la Great Britain was begun today by Scotland ouiwui ma ,iui r .niiuicuu, i Yard and special war eonstahles worn- Mr. Longman of the school of Agrl- tftti :stealiug a tiuantny of j lng UI1jer the direction or the Homo and children and trvice AT'nresoiit some 10.000 uunaturali- culture, Claresholm, snent a few (lays around Bow Island this weal; watching the movements of the cutworm. The result of his investigation is that the worm is not nearly as numerous as viui steanuB a the direction ol u from Adam of Spring Ridge, women alld ohil, lacob Henpper.Kpneared before .Tlldgl. t ser McNeil f.i the District Court on Tnes-1 worm he was led to believe, and Mr. Long- man does not believe, providing the farmer takes precautions, there is any great danger 'from Bow Is- iand Keview. Macleod Soldier Burned dav for election. Accused, plead-j ed'not Eiiilty. elected for speedy trial, I eu IIUL i ind the Hearing wjll take pace nest 1 ile engaged manoeuvres on BERNSTORFF KNOWS NOTHING Washington, D.O., May haVc not. received any instructions: I have Gen. Sam Steele May General last Corporal Aucnterlonie oi "B" Squadron, at Mac- leod received some very had burns Jon his-arm and side, which necessi I tated his removal to ilia Macleod Gen 'eral Hospital. At the time the mi fortunate man was carrying a number i of fire balls when tliey accidentally be came ignited anil set fire to his cloth severely burning his right side and arm. His comrades at once cami. to his assistance and quickly tore the burning clothing from his body. Card of Thanks wish to express my sincere thanks, I to the farmers of Wilson Siding fcr the assistance rendered in re-seetlins ab out SOO acres of wheat on which 1 fail ed to set a good stand, presumably on account of over-treating or preparing peed too far in advance of sowing When the misfortune became kuonn outfits began uppaaring from dl reetlons, and in just eight hours tbe 'whole field was re-seeded. I fed un- der great, obligation, wish through the press to acknowledge same to Messrs. Hannum, Lanler, Con nor Ives Jadd, Murray, 1'orler, Mc- Mahon Hudson, and McTavish for week. received anything; I have not heard anything: not know any- said Count von Bernstorff, at- ..jnference with Counsellor Lan- sing at department. aliens, or whom are men, at large. Some a'lien enemies are already interned. (lave you tried Hudsona delicious caramels'; 29c. Despondency and the ly tlie result of constipation, quicmy succumb to Jlexa'll Orderlies. Sold only by J D Higinbolham Co., the Rexall store. 10c., 2'ic. and SOc. boxes. f'OMMAMHNG FKEM'H FORCFS IN TlRKEY Hie Cartage Co. Office at Elite Cigar Store. Horrors! No Flags almost their entire outfits second Canadian ihvisior speedy repairing of such a great loss, litia council here today at whicli the o liintl a lot of neighbors, and the iident cf the Union of Uanadia In personnel of his staff for s immediate response of the Ogllvie lile icipa'.itics that the council chamber S3tond grades still to be 15th day oi sep- rh.ainabk. in the city. "e" o'.fi., ihitd grade, Major J. '1914, covcrini! the north hall ion much less Henin, Melwan parsons, Winnipeg; A.A. and MM Section Sixteen (IB) and all of and Russian J--J( f. Ucut..Col. P. K. Thacker, Uialifax'; D.A.A. and (J.M.G.. ro-he teach 'not iav the amount ol the judsment Blb.e mliool, and at ter officials conferred with the pro- vincial secretary's department un popularity of the Germans was tne reason for the club officials taking Biicli action. There were 1002 mem- bers, 300 being Canadians, bill the club stock is held by the Germane Include some delicious HUdsona car- amels in your Saturday purchases at a D'Am-ide commander of the Frond, forces who have landed ml with the British who have landed in "urty for "ho advance This picture was in Bgypt before the French troops took ship.