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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta CLAHSS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR a Day Hotel in Alberta Pride of Alberta The Flowers that Bloom in the Spring are out- classed by the Flour's that Bloom all the year Mother s Favorite CALIFORNIA SEEDLING ORANGES Medium size, rcsr'nlnr SOc and 40c n Mixed, half of each kind making'thorn wort irregularly Xw per dozen, .hxtrn spt-cml while tliev .last, per THIS is JUST A LITTLE OVER HALF THE REGULAR WHOLESALE COST. FRESH CUBAN PINEAPPLES The this season will arrive the end of this week. _ FKESH F1UMTS AXI) VEGETABLES now in season, now arriving daily. Lowesl market priees always: THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Introduce Yourself To Our Soda till tlie days get hot enough to 1 melt you and you axe nearly famished with a Trig thirst, but come in today and get ac- quainted rvyith our DELICIOUS DRINKS You are sure to be satisfied and you will al- ways know where there is cue coo! spot dur- incr the coming summer days. Jackson Co. DISPENSING CHEMISTS, nsy. IIG WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES 1 Wheat- Open Close j Jlav............ 119 July............ Oft............. Outs- May July............ Oct. May............ i I May............ Oct............. 11K1-- nipeg Cash Prices Wl No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern I IN0.3C.W................. J, No. S C. W Extra No. 1 Feed Barley- No. 3 No. 4 Flax- No. 1 X. C No. 3 C. W J6U May i July Sept. Chicago Wheat 116% HTM; BOOK LOVERS Opportunity to s c The 'Best Fiction At a copy Or 3 for AVe have just received a large shipment -of Books by the best authors, ;is Harold Bell Wright, Florence Barclay. Chambers, Rex Beach. Zane Grey, Stewart Edward White, Gene Stratton Porter, Jack London and many others. Tke Red Cross Drag Beok Co., Limited 40 3d 35 28 24 WEATHER Le th bridge, clear.----- CO Edmonton, cloudy Saskatoon, clear 5S Swift Current, clear 58 i Reglntu clear 55 Broadview, clear 65 Brandon, fair 58 28 (Winnipeg, dear 4S 30 Red Deer, cloudy..... 59 22 Calgary, cloudy CS 20 Macleod. fair TO 31 Medicine Hat, fair----- fit) S4 Prince Albert, clear fiO :-J2 Moose Jaw. clear 24 I Kamloops 7U 1 Penticton........... Tl 08 j Nelson 3S The weather over the .prairie pro- vinces has been mostly clear and cool. 1 Forecast and a litile warmer. Saskatchewan and and warmer. Minneapolis Wheat 12151 121 li 119% DANDRUFF SOON RUINS THE HAIR you want plenty of thick, beautiful, glossy, syfcy bair, do by all; means get rid of dandruff, for it will: starve your hair and ruin it if you: don't. It doesn't do much good to try to i brash or wash it out. The only sure j to get rid of dandruff is to dis- solve it, then yon destroy it entirely. To do this, get about four ounces ordinary liquid arvoa; apply it at night when retiring'; use enough to moisten the scalp and rub it Jn gently with the finger tips. By morning, most if not all, of your dandruff be gone, and ihree or four more applications will complete- ly dissolve and entirely destroy every single sign and trace of it. You will find, too, that all itching j djsgins.of the scalp will stop, and your hair -will look and feel a hun- times better. You .can get liquid arron at any drag store. It is inex- pensive and four ounces is all. you TTill need, no matter how much dan- druff you have. simple remedy j .Street Car Profits For the week ending May 16th the railway rolled up e profit of The receipts last Saturday higa owing to the battalion sports at the-fair grounds. 'May 'July i Sept. TUESDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES j Calgary Hogs. S9.S5 to I Steers, 86.90 to ?S.OO; Cows ?4.00 to Heifers, to 37.50: Sheep, 00 Chicago; Hogs, ?7.40 to f Cattle, 34.10 to Sheep, ?5.101 to S12.25. CITY AND DISTRICT S. O. E. Meeting The S. O. E. will meet this evening for the Red Rose degree, in the S. O. E. hall at S o'clock sharp. Legal Visitor D. W. Clapperton, barrister., of the C. P. H. lecal department, was hi the city yesterday. LOCAL MARKETS PRICES London, May As- quith was sworn in as a member of the-Irish privy council at Dub- lin this afternoon. This is the first time an English premier has been minister of this body. It means -that Mr. Asquith Is likely to take 3 greater share in the executive government of Ireland than any of his predecessors have done and that he will, have a direct part in s'haphig'ihe policy to be pursued in the immediate future. 100 34% Ho 46V LOCAL GRAIN Wagon I Wheat I Oats .........X...... I Flax.............. {Barley I Track prices j Wheat Oats 8! Flax V I LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, T to Fat cows, to 1. killir.g wethers killiug ewes Select hogs, 150-200 Ibs, 111. SPECIAL U.F. A, Arrivals Waters, Fiver's Sachet Powders, Fiver's Face Powders, Piver's Extracts, Atkinson's Bath Salt, (Assorted Odors) Atkinson's White Rose, Atkinson's Eau de Cologne. (In several Pinaud's and Coudrayrs Laven- der Waters. (Light and j. D. Higinbotham Co. "Alberta's pioneer Druciglsts." The Wholesale and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 For Seeding We Offer: Selected Marquis Wheat per bus. White Banner Oats per bus. Gold Coin Oats per bus. Barley per bus. Flax per bus. THE ABOVE IS CLEANED AND READY FOR SEED Special Prices for quantity lots. Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. DO you BH COAL? The Grace Coal Mine is uow prepared to tako care of all orders. PHONE 125O The quality Is the best. Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS Every 10 c WILSON'S FLY PADS -WILLKIU. MORE FlIES THAN J WORTH OF ANY STICKY fLY CATCHER Cican to handle. Sold by all Drug- gists, Grocers and General Stores. London, -May Premier remains in Ireland seeking a solution of tile Irish problem, efforts are being made on this side of the xp-f hsQ at the reouest of Irish Sea ounudy linn. HL Lilt, iciiucat ut TTlslpr IOI1I1 i >aimvi. the United Farmers of Albert... been Carson, VJiluct 53, I.O.O.P. Looking Over Prospects J. J. Shook ot Missouri and Wm. H. Tealy of Newark, X. J-, are business visitors in the city looking over the prospects here. Col. May Visitor Col. May, officer in .charge ot ad- ministration for Military District No. 13, was in the city yesterday visiting local units. Board of Trade Luncheon The regular meeting of the council of the board of trade will be held to- morrow at 12.30 at the Lethbridge hotel. W. F. Stevens, live stock com- missioner, will be present. Elks Meet Tomorrow The B.P.O.E. will meet in the Knights of Pythias hall tomorrow levelling at S o'clock. Initiation and important business is the order of the evening, and every Elk is urged to be present. For Patriotic Fund i The lion, treasurer, R. J. Ritchie iPaterson acknowledges the receipt of ithe following contributions: from itho Daughters and Maids of England, being part proceeds from a whist 'drive held on March, SOth; ?20 from jthe Sons of England Football club, i being part of the proceeds of Kiltie i match held on Good Friday; also I from Mrs. I. SI. Hanson of Turin. Wesley Annual Meeting The annual meeting of the Wesley Ji I church congregation will be held this I evening at S o'clock. Reports of all I departments of the church for the past year will be given and a program of select musical numbers will be rendered. Every person attending Wesley church is very cordially invit ed to be present. C. P. R. Official CI. E. Stockdill, assistant to the gen- eral manager of 0. P. R. western lines a reconciliation of mavbe-effected, ma. set aside as a United Farmers' Sun- J Reu' day in the various churches through-1 lhe out the province, and in many of them itne opp______________________ special sermons will be preached. Far- j f------------------------------- mers are specially invited to be pres-i Wlv'ES AND MOTHERS ent, and are likely to attend in large numbers. In Lethbridge at least two I.O.6.F. hall when about 125 Re- bekabs, Oddfellows and friends were was in the city yesterday afternoon for a couple of hours. His visit here vas in connection with the contrac' ministers, Rev. A. H. Denoon of Knox church and Rev. G. H. Cobbledick of [Wesley, are actively taking up the idea and will deliv< .-._- special ser- mons. Rev. Mr. Cobbledick is to speak at the evening service on the D. F. A. as a religious empire builder. Rev. Mr. Denoon, at Knox, will speak jat the morning service on the church i and the. U. F. A. In the evening Mr. Denoon will preach an Empire Day sermon. how much the health of your family o[ Blairmore, Grand Chaplain of the depends upon you? For instance, diet i Grami Lodges of Alberta, who told of is a great factor in health, and you tne continually growing numbers of ire resposible for it, then again when Qodfellows from Alberta who. are don- are resposiuie ior 11, LIIBU t oouteiiows irom rtiueita w any member 'of your family gets into j tiie khaki. The honor a run-down condition, when the chil- Lodge No. 53 is heade otiinir OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S RESIDENCE 547 SMITH, MURPHY CO. Gram G'ain G.