Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1914 'THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SBVBIf ''Pretty fine look, ing socks to wear six months with-' out holes." Dad, and since we all wear Holeproof, there's no more darn- i-hg for i me." Dm'I waste -tinu n b n y i n g hosiery that lasts only two weeks at best. Don't darn them and darn them, and again. Hole- proof Hose ends all that. It ends the mend. Sir pairs are guarauteed six months. Every stitch is Ihus protected, act just Ihe heels and toes. If a singlepalrwearsout, tears.rips, get a new pair free. Due Million Men, .Women and Children wearing Holeproof Hose today. They are getting the comfort, the style AND the Wear and they pay not a penny more per pair than you pay for inferior kinds. In fact, they pay uss for hoae ptr year. They get all the advantages and SAVE iJojJB Y, TOO. Try the merino formen and women in cotton. You will never wear any other kind you know what Holeproofs mean. ALFONSO HAS A BREAK DOWN M ITU Jllh MOTOK TherKing of Spain is an enthusiastic motorist. The photo alunvs him imperturtoly smoking a cigarette while fl dozen peasants arc shoring MB motor along a country road where It had become stalled; _. HOLEPROOF HOSIERY CO. OF CANADA, Ui.Loodon.Oiit. per box and up for six pairs of men's; 12 00 per box and up for six pairs cf women's and children's, jf CO per bo? for four pairs of Above boxes guarantied six months. per box for three of children's, guaranteed three months, per bos for three pairs 6f men's silk Holeproof socks: per box'for three pairs of women's sflt Holeprbot stockings. "Boxes ot autced three (5M> The Simpson Co. Limited Agents for Letkbridge Plncher Creek, Alia., Jiav Much sj-muathy Is Telt for. the be- reaved fanjiiy of Mrs. D. JIcKerrlcll- er, who died at thii home of her dang er, who died at her (laughter, at ;Vaucoiiver !oa day, Ma? 10 Mrs McKcrrfcber had been stiliii? the oast two years, aim, accompanied--by her husband, went to the Coast abaut- six. months ago. _Tha family have resided in Pincher Creek: about fourteen years There is left to mburii her loss, her husband, three sons and four daugh- ters: Mrs. M.-H. .Watson, London, Ont; Mrs. A. C." Mrs. D. Mclntyre, Toronto; ..Mrs. W R. Cook, Vauouvcr: -Arthur Me-Ker- richer, Calgary; iiud-Archie pf.Pinchej Cicek J City Market on 7th St. S. Latest Suggetion Made J. W. Bawden is father of an idea in connection with the proposed city market, that will in ..all .prob- ability receive the consideration of tho commissioners. At the Board of Trade council meeting yesterday he suggested tliat, as an experiment, to determine to just what extent-. the- people would patronize a market, the east side of 7th street, frcoi 1st .to 3rd avenues be used by the farmers for a place to back in their wagons, and iC necessary both sides of second .venue could be put into use. This street, he pointed out, is used very litlley and the location is-fairly "cen- tral, being just opposite LGait" Gar- follows: For domestic wool, dens. Mayor llardic brought out the 'Hnc "low inc- point tiiat the heavy west .winds would probably interfere to a certain extent, but hinted that the> scheme would probably be worth- a trial. In this wnv the commissioners could find out whether the was go- to he patronized by trie people Government Wool Graders Busy Establishing Grades for the West Wool growers in Southern Alberta will be interested to learn of the work being accomplished this year in the sheep districts in Saskatchewan by George T, Wiilingmyrc, Dominion wool expert, who confined his opera- tions last year to this section. Announcement- is made in the Rc- gina papers that Mr. has succeeded in establishing a standard scale of wool grades for the Domin- ion that will gain international re- cognition, because of the fact that they" will represent similar degrees of quality to the American and British' grades. THE GRADES ESTABLISHED The Canadian grades would be as dium wool, for range "range" applies to wool raised un- der ranching conditions. Under the direction of Mr. Willing- myre the department has arranged to undertake the grading of wool for wool growers in the dominion organ- ized in associations. His present tour has been largely undertaken for the purpose of bringing the scheme to the notice of western producers. MAY GRADE- WOOL While no definite arrangements have yet: been mads it is probable that the grading of wool sold by the wool growers of Saskatchewan through the provincial department of agriculture will bo carried out under the dominion department. Mr. lingmyre conferred with A. F. Man- tle, deputy minister, and W. W. Thomson, director of co-operative or- low the grades piven above for mestic and range woo! are the lowing: "gray "locks and Fort acts "tags." as the dividing sumcitptU to uarrint an Ime for eastern and western on the permanent! -Domestic" refers to wool produced ture foi site build 1 ]1 Jols uponi-the farm, -while If so Come to us Before Selecting Your Summer Suit. We have now. on exhibition many new models in Society and other good make clothes, the latest thought in Young Men's Summer Suits SEE THE NEW NORFOLK SUITS AT NEW MODELS iN TWO AND THREE BUTTON S. B. SAC Prices SPECIAL VALUES FOR SATURDAY IN MEN'S SUMMER SUITS AT........... See them' it will pay you. Saturday Specials in Men's Furnishings Men's Slimmer -Underwear, piece Ballirig- SiLkette Unclenvcar, two Athletic Underwear, two piece..........60C Y. -SI.50 i-n natural and ,75 and Mesh, per suit.. OUTING Duck, Plain White flannel, Stripe Flannels, etc. priced to Negligee Shirts with lounge collars; Silk Shirts etc., etc., prices UP PANAMAS STRAW HATS SPECIAL SALE MEN'S SATURDAY This lot IB composed ot tans and patent father, the Oao. A. Slater make. Regular Sale............. Panama special Panama quality Bootcr Straw Hats and S3.00 McKelvie ?THE 2 M'S" McGuire KIRKHAM BLOCK THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES LETHBRIDGE do_ gnnhsution in the province, in regard to. ihe- matter. More than fleec- es have already been promised the provincial department, and these will he sold and the total returns, less the actual- cost of marketing and grading, will go into the pockets of the producers. It .is. anticipated that "much, hotter prices than are obtain- able by the individual wool growers, especially, the wool grower, in a small >vay, will be obtained through the de- partment. x TO GIVE IMPETUS TO PRO- DUCTION In 1913 two classifiers in the employ of the branch visited the wes- tern provinces and gave practical in- struction and advice to sheep raisers on the subject oE wool growing. The present policy, however, is ot a much more important nature. It is antici- pated that it will give impetus to the production and preparation of an; improved grade of wool and, indirect- ly, a better class of mutton. The .branch will also provide mean; for the establishment of a centra! bureau for distribution, by semi- weekly letter or telegram, of current information respecting domestic and foreign 'wool markets, so thai the as- sociations may be constantly able to command complete knowledge of the sources of demand and the ruling prices of all grades. It is not now definitely known whether Mr. Willingmyre will conic lo Alberta this year. He spent con- I siderable time in the Lethbridgc dis- trict last year, endeavoring to aid I the wool men in the proper classifi- cation of their product, paving the way. for broader undertakings in the future. As the Southern Alberta wool clip is already sold under con- tract-, it, is not probable that the Domin.ion government, will spend mon- ey in helping the growers establish grades. They have been forced to find their own market this year, and for- tunately tlie American government came to the rescue by letting down the tariff harrier. FARMER ABANDONS ARBITRATION PROCEEDINGS Swift Current, Sask., Mny arbitration to determine tho amount of compensation to be paid Ernest Schroeu by the-.CiP.R. for right-of-'way and station grounds at Prelate on the Swift Current northwesterlyJ branch commenced at Swift Current on Tues- before iJonor Judge Woods of solo arbitrator. Evidence' of the landowner, taken en, and his cross-examination practi- cally concluded, .the landowner aban- doned arbitration and accepted the of. fer previously made 'by tho railway company. This ended a loiig dispute to the satisfaction of the railway company, and evidently to tho conviction of Schroen that arbitration would not IncrensB financial position. J. A. Allan, K.C., of Regina, appear- ed for the rallw.ny company, and Gwi. Zimmerman of Calgary for the land- owner, Eighteen' witnesses pre- sent practically every angle or the situation, and EI very in- 'otitlng session1 appeared to bo in storo. Groceries at Cost! Premium Grocery, Next to New Wesley Church, 324-1 1th St. S. Phone 574 Wo are selling Groceries at Cost. for Ten .Days, sale commencing tomorrow, Thursday, May 14lli. The' following prices is a true representation ol' the entire stock lo be sold: lOc 3Sc S5c G. W. WASH POWDER For box G. W. OR R. C. SOAP Per box............... CUC O. DUTCH CLEANSER 3 cans for fitfC. S. G. STARCH Per bos........ CORN STARCH D boxes for ONION SETS AND 1 MULTIPLIERS, per ill IWW B. R. TEA per pound B, R. TEA Threq pouads G. TIPS TEA Per pound SALADA TEA Por pound RED ROSE TEA Per pound RIDOEWAY'S TEA Per pound CORN, BEANS PEAS Per On......'.......... I UC 3-n> TINS TOMATOES 2 for 2-tt> TINS TOMATOES ISacli COOKED HAM SLICED Per pound BACON Per pound LARD ARli Three pounds IwC LARD Five pounds LARD Ten pounds GOODWILLIES STRAWBERRIES 35c 35c 45c 25c 10c 28c ci cn 4> 1 vU O3C PEARS AND PEACHES CORN SYRUP 2-lb Tina.............. CORN SYRUP D-lh Tins............. CORN SYRUP 1Mb Tins LYLE'S GOLDEN Tills ROGERS B. C. SYRUP 15c 30c 55c 85c 35c 20c 85c LIQUID VENEER Regular 2jic........... LIQUID VENEER Regular 50c......... MAGIC BAKING P'DR 13 Cor MAGIC BAKING P'DR 6 for DR. PRICE'S 12 ounces for GOLD STANDARD 16 ounces ROBIN HOOD FLOUR 24 pounds R. HOOD FLOUR 49 pounds..........9 R. HOOD FLOUR 4 A 98 I If GERMADE Per sack WAGSTAFFE'S JAM 5-tli PAJLS RASPBERRY AND BLACK CURRANT CRAB APPLE JELLY OR CHERRY STRAWBERRY Each............ PLUM OR ORAPE Each 1-n> JARS ASSORTED Each 7Qc 80c Oflj_ CQC The Above Prices for Cash Otily The Trademark Is Your Safeguard BIMWBBON TEA Ask lor Blue Ribbon and make suve you get it. It stands ioi- tilt; highest r a d e of tea. land this 25 eenti to Blue Ribbon, Limited. Winnipeg, for. the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. Tht taot oook book for use in Wectern Cxnftda. Write name and plainly. WEST SHORE RAILWAY FINANCING LEADS TO ARREST OF J. W. MOVES Toronto. Ont., May warrant for the arrest of ,f. W. Moyea, 'was handed to the Provincial Police this morning, who will fcive tajH 6f lo. eating him and bringing Mm to trial.. A straight charsje'of theft wmji liid, against Mu.ves in connection with thu investigation into the Ontario! West' Shore Hallway Mr. IB supposed to be at AlsonouU KINO OBOHOB NAVY OHEWINO TOBACCO W Ik A QkAM MY ITWbrt It wnMMtt otben m procwt fcy wfcicfc it M mnk Mm km ii M> eiwuly awl nwimMwf A ROCK CITY TOBACCO CO, UNlTID. QUEBEC ANB WlDWIFKi.