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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beit 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 STUBBOBXESS VS. PATIENCE: HOW A MULE MET ITS MASTER IX THE INDIANS CALIFORNIA. SEEDLING ORANGES Medium regular HOc and 40e a Mixed, luiH' of each kiml, making iliem worth regularly BDc per dozen. Extra while they last, per dozen 20c THIS is JUST A LITTLE OVER HALF THE REGULAR WHOLESALE COST, FRESH CUBAN PINEAPPLES first--ihis season will arrive the end of this week. FBESII FRUITS AND VEGETABLES now in season, now arriving daily. Lowest market prices always. THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES MARKETS 47% 47% 171 16S TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Open Close Hay Wjjjr iW May Jtllv Oct............... Barley- May Flax- May July............ Oct............. Winnipeg Cash Prices Xo. 1 Northern No. Northern No. !t Northern No. 2 C. No. 3 C. W.................. Extra "No. 1 Feed........... Barley- No. No. 4 No. 1 N. W. No. -2 C. W: 47% 46 40 67V- Sept May Julv Sept. Chicago Wheat 115 Minneapolis Wheat mi% 130% "4 119% YESTERDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES CALGARY Hogs to steers ?6.30 to cows ?4.00 to 57.00: heifers to sheep S1000. CHICAGO-Hogs to ?10.20; cattle 34.10 to sheep ?5.10 to BOOK LOVERS Opportunity to get The Best Fiction At Tfn' a copy Or 3 for We have just received a large shipment of Books by the best authors, as Harold Bell Wright, Florence Barclay, Chambers, Hex Beach, Zane Grey, Stewart Edward White, Gene Strattou Porter, Jack London and many others. The Red Cross Drig Book Co., LiuiUd WEATHER Lethbnclge, clear Edmonton, clear Moose Jaw, cloudy [port Arthur, clear 44 Nelson Red Deer, clear Calgary, clear Mncleod, clear 52 Battlet'ord, clear GO 2 Saskatoon, clear 59 34 Elbow, clear 57 37 Swift Current, fair 5tj 32 legina, clear 5S 3'2 Brandon, fair 56 Winnipeg, fair 40 34 Karaloops 74 44 The weather over the prairie pro- vinces has been mostly clear and milder. Forecast and cool. Saskatchewan and jecoming warmer. This photo taken witb (lie Britist Egyptian Force, shows Indians'water- ing miles at a well. True to Ms nature the mule showed great stubbornness and was more- inclined to jump into tie water than walk- the plaflk, Bui his stubbornness availed him jiothing against the Indians, who have the patience of Job. LOCAL MARKETS Donaldson Line The Pop'ular 'Scotch' -Service Sailings PROPOSED SUMMER-SAILINGS. ATHENIA May 27 CASSANDRA Jun.e 10 ATHENIA............... July 1 Third Clare; Twin Screw Steamers, large, comfortable, and very steady at sea. Service throughout is "DON- ALDSON" STANDARD. Prepaid Tickets from Scotland is- sued at lowest rates. For rates and other information apply to any Hallroad, Steamship Agent, or H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent, Winnipeg, 349 Main Street, Phone M.-5312. Vancouver, 531 Granville street. LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon prices- Wheat Oats...........----- Flas j Barley............. Track prices: Wheat Oa PAGE) 100 34V4 145 46% 104% 40% 154% LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers. 7 to Fat cows. to 7. killing wethers killing eives Select hogs, 150-200 16s, 10. a long time to do the work. He had nothing to do with the prices paid. and his only concern was to see the work turned" out. The witness said he first heard of Allison at a meeting be- FOR U. S. fore any contracts were let and MAKE 'I hu" u understood that the at that Lansing made it .clear late today that while the administration was finding TJ time was trying to get manufacturers to reduce their prices. He thought Allison was acting disinterestedly in this. The witness said guages were hard to make, as'hard to make in fact, as fuses. They had started to be made, j however, in the summer of 1915 in Canada. "So it is. not impossible to make them in Mr. Johnston. ".Oh, Lord no; -we are making them ourselves." OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S RESIDENCE 547 SMITH, MURPHY CO. GROUND FLOOR BU.ILDING' HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG, MAN Gam Gain YOUR GRAIN CONSIGNMENTS I WILL BE PROPERLY HANDLED IF YOU BILL YOUR VISE: SMITH, MURPHY CO. I "THE PROOF OF THE PROFITS IS IN THE RETURNS." Gain W. K. PORTER. MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH. Arrivals Grossmith's River's "Toilet 'Waters, River's Sachet Powders, River's Powders, River's Extracts, Atkinson's Bath Salt, (Assorted Odors) Atkinson's White Rose, Atkinson's Eau de Cologne. fin several Pinaud's and Coudray's Laven- der Waters. (Light and "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists." Tke Start Wholesale and 'rejall chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 .GO .06 .10 CITY AND DISTRICT Baptismal Service A baptismal service will be held at the Pentecostal ilission, Fifth Avenue Baptist church, tonight a.t S o'clock For Red Cross The lion, treasurer, A. .T. Black- b.urne acknowledges receipt of fnmi the Lethbridge Collieries for the Red- Cross work. _ Gets 15 Days H. appeared before the mag istrate in police court this morning and was sent up for 15 days on a vag charge. Is Recovering A postcard received by the HeraM from Gunner T. W. Green, of the 20th battery, who was wounded in 'tibn, states that lie is rcco -criGg rapidly. For Seeding We Offer: Selected Mai-quis bus. White Banner Oats per bus. Gold Coin Oats bus, .Barley K.-. bus. Flax ..-____ per bus. THE ABOVE IS CLEANED AND READY FOR SEED Special Prices for quantity lots. Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, Introduce Yourself To Our Soda Do not -wriit till the days get hot enough to molt you and you arc nearly famished Avith a bio- thirst, hut'come in today and get ac- quainted with our .._, DELICIOUS DRINKS You a.re sure to he satisfied and you will al- ways know -where there is one cool spot dur- ing the coming summer clays. Jackson DISPENSING CHEMISTS; LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Touring South W ,F. Stevens, provincial live- stock commissioner, is touring the south and' is expected to be in Leth- bridge en Thursday. In case lie is he will speak at the board of trade luncheon and will lay before that body his ideas on a plan to set apart non-farming lands for grazing pur- poses and thus greatly increase the holdings of livestock in this part of the country. Death of Mrs. Wilson The death occurred yesterday of Mrs. Nora Carmen iWilfion, aged 43, beloved wife of John T. AVIlson. 1713 5th Ave. North. Deceased had lived for several years in Lethbridge com- iing here flrom Michigan. .Besides flier h-usband, deceased leaves to mourn her one daughter, -Mr. H. J. Millar had a' granddaughter -hers, and two sons in Michigan. The. remains will be sent to Petersburg, Mich., to- night for interment. we it difficult to proceed in its negotia- tions with Great Britain on blockade matters because of statements con- tained in the last German submarine note the negotiations would be con- tinued In the near future. He added that more promptness would have been shown, however, had Germany refrained from insisting that the U. S. act against Great Britain forthwith. CARD OF THANKS The members of the family of the late Mrs. William Duncan, deceased, desire to express their gratitude to the many friends who so kindly con- tributed by their assistance and sym- pathy in their bereavement. In behalf of the members of the family, Joseph L. McKnight, Mlk River, Alta. ANNOUNCEMENTS St. Mary's AV. A. will hold a whist drive in the parish hall on Thursday evening at S p.m. 131-2 Choice Seed Oats 100% germination, OOcts. a bushel. Seed potatoes per ton. P. O. Hyde TO (JO FOR Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE 762 DO YOU BURN CDAl? The Grace Coal Mine is now prepared to take care_ of all orders. PHONE 125O The quality is the best. Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS New Appointment W. A. Levitt, who for the past year and a half, has represented the Guar- dian Accident and Guarantee Co. and uardian Assurance Co. of London, England, has been appointed district manager for Southern Alberta with leadquarters at Lethbridge. This ar- rangement has been brought abo.ut by C. C. Paull, the inspector for above company in this province, being ap- pointed western superintendent. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR "Crystal Braid" Creamery Butter The Best Freth ButUr en the by The Crystal Dairy S-ethbridje Batteries and Spark Plugs For Automobiles and Oil Pull Engines COMPLETE ASSORTMENT ALL SIZES C. W. Gray 310 5th.St., S. The Hardware Store that Savei You Money Are Recalled After making arrangements lo open recruiting offices in the i.'ity, Com- mandant O'xley and Lieut. Macourt of the Frontiersman's battalion, '.vore suddenly recalled to headquarters on Saturday, and it is understood tint no recruiting for this unit -will l.e allowed in Military District No. 13, which includes ail of Alberta. Com- mandant Oxlcy writing to the Her- ald, extends his thanks for courteous while "nere from Mayor Hardle, W. F. Nelson of the Alberta Loan Co., F, Ford, of the Standard Furniture, Mr. Hanaen of the Orpheum and the Herald. COOKS ON STRIKE Edmonton, May and waitresses in many Ed- monton restaurants -went on strike at noon today, demand- ing higher wages and shorter hours. There is no disturb- ance. J CITY AND DISTRICT Rev. C U. supsriatend- ent of Baptist missions.for this prov- vince who has supplied the Baptist pulpit of this city for the past few weeks, left this morning tor -Min- neapolis, U.S.A.. where he will at- tend the Northern Baptist conven- tion in session .this week. Further Remand Tony Lombard! appeared Inspector Chaney at the H. N. W. AI p barracks this afternoon on I.e charge of attempted murder of Kui- ben Silivro. He was furtli-ir rema: d- ert till Thursday afternoon at i o'clock. J. R. Palmer will defend the accused. Deniei Report Ellas Adams emphatically denies that his car was smashed In a collis- ion with the barrier at the Ninth street bridge the other, night. He drove a beautiful-looking car round to the Herald ofllce today. It.had not the vestige of a scratch on it. "That's'the car 1 was driving at the time Does it look ao it it had been in a As Mark Twain re. marked when he read of his death, "the report was greatly exaggerated. Mr. Adams states that he drove In from the north end ,of the bridge, which was not fenced, and found him- self blocked by the harrier on the smith end which has been installed during temporary repairs .on tho bridge Ho nosed his way through the barrier with his car. He though it as hardly right that one end of tlio bridge should be barricaded and the other not. EXCESS ALKALI MAKES SOAP BAD FOR WASHING HAIR Don't use soaps and prepared sham- poos that contain, too much alkali, for this is very injurious, as it dries the scalp and makes the hair brittle. The best thing to use IB just plain mulsified cocoanut oil, for this is pure and entirely greaseless. It's very cheap, and beats tha most expensivo soaps or anything else all to pieces. You can get this at any drug store, and a few ounces will last the whole family for months. Simply moisten the hair with watei' and rub it. in, about a teaspoonfnl is all that is required. It makes ait abun- dance of rich, creamy lather, cleanses thoroughly, and rinses.out easily. The. hair dries quickly and evenly, and is. soft, fresh looking, bright, Huffy, wavy and easy to handle. Besides, it loosens and takes out every particle of dust, dirt and ment. Funeral of Mrs. Cr.uickshanks The funeral of Mis. W. A. Crulck- shanks, of Foremost, whose sad and untimely death was recorded in tfie Herald last week, took place yeskr- day afternoon from Fctterly's under- taking parlors. Rev, Wrn. McNichoI officiated. The pall-bearers were E. S. Beassy, G. L-. Schimmond, Mr. Conn, Alex iohnston, Chris. Donaldson and John McVlcar. The floral tributes were as follows: Wreaths, Dr. and Mrs. Thomson, two friends at Fore- most, father, mother and sist3f; L. A. and S. Trew; Staff Union MV. and Mrs; Stellar. Cross, Dr. Poyntz. of Hudson's Bay Co.; Mr, and Mrs. Tin- ning, .7. Pulton, .Mr. and Mrs. R. Kcr- gan, Messrs. -I. and A. Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. C. Donaldson, Miss K. Bro- die, Mr. and Mrs. nilbard, Mr. and Bullplt, Mrs. C. .Taycock, Mr. and Mrs. James Horne, Mr. and Mrs. C. Mr. and Mrs. John Scott. In spite of the alleged scarcity-of whiskey and glass, a cargo of bottles (nearly a. million gills) is be- ing loaded in Glasgow for Egypt. "Tiz" Fixes Aching', Swollen, 'Sore Feet How "Tir" Does Comfort Tired, Burn, ina, Calloused Feet and Corns GoocUb.ve, sore feet, burning feet, swollen feet, tender feet, tired feet. Good-bye, corns, callouses, bunions and raw spots. No more shoe tight-, ness, no more limping with- Pain or drawing up your face in agony. Tiz _ is magical, acts right off. Tiz draws out all the poisonous exuda- tions which puff up the feet. Use "Tiz" and wear smaller shoes. lisa VTiz" and forget your foot misery. Ah, Iiow your feet feel. Get a 25-cent 'box of "Tiz" now at any druggist or department store. Don't suffer. Have good feet, glad foot, feet that never swell, never hurt, never get tired. A. year's fool comfort guaranteed or money refund- Calgary, May 16. Frank-White- sides, tho clever member for Coron- ation, has joined the Central Alberta battalion with headquarters at Red Deur. as a private. He was the ilrst 16 -volunteer when recruiting was started In that riding, and Is certain that the riding will furnish at least oho "hundred men. EQIM T It net only teftini wiUr but doublet the clMni- Ingpowir of intf Mitltiiy ;