Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up J LETHBRIDGE DAILYHERALD f Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel in Alberta A Cnp of Good Tea or Coffee HAIL INSURANCE GET THE BEST AND GET IT AT COST! ship. Write or phom, us Phone 651. Alberta Block. Lethbridge. us and lei us prove our statements. COFFEE IN BULK splendid one for the Per pound nn Or 3 pounds for OUR blend, a line that most people prefer to the 45c lines in Per pound Or 3 pounds for FANCY-A very high 9rade article which is sel- dom equalled. Everybody likes this Per pound EXTRA highest quality money can buy: has a very mild flavor; pir TEAS IN BULK CEYLON-Our special. We know of none that equal this one for the money- Per pound Or 3 pounds for 40c Per pound UNCOLORED pound EXTRA QUALITY JAPAN-An extra quality Green pound (Special.prices in 2o pound lots.) (Special prites In -25 pound lots.) Fresh Strawberries arriving at lowest market prices. Store' Phone 525 Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES ST. MARY'S MEN'S SOCIETY W'll hold thalr Last Whist Drive for thta season TONIGHT. MAY 18TH wh.n TWO SPECIAL PRIZES will be aiven for the SiX QOOD PRIZES for GENTS 50 CENTS. LADIES 25 CENTS. PotUd Plints, VegctsbUs florists Frache Bros. MARKETS Barley- No! 4 Feed No. 1 X. W. C........... Xo 2 C. Xo. 3 C. CHICAGO 1-56 July .............._........... 1-f. Sept MINNEAPOLIS ....._ 1.53-J 73 63 1.77 1.74 1.57 1.53-J Delivered Daily to all parts of the city We guarantee to satisfy you regarding your ice supply. RATES 10 Ibs. daily. ...S2-00 per month 20 Ibs. daily------S2-50 Per month 30 Ibs. daily___S3.00 per month j Western Transfer Co. Limited. PHONE 1163. WEATHEB 36 56 -H 50 3S -10 38 TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, May 19. Opening and closing prices on the grain eictanges todav were.: 1.2U 1.50 1.15-1 l.ISi War July Oct.......... Dais- May July May Flax- May July Dei Open Close J.61R 1-591 1-56J ............1.23s 1.21 70 May July Sept, LIVESTOCK PRICES" YESTERDAY Caliary: Hogs, cattle, J.25. .Montreal: Hogs, cattle, Chicago: Hogs, 57.60-J7.95; cattle, Let-abridge, clear 32 Edmonton, lair Ked Deer, cloudy Calgary, cloudy Medicine Hat, fair Prince Albert, clear Port Arthur, cloudy Nelson Grand Forks Macleod. cloudy Battleiord, clear Regina, clear Kamloops, raining Penticton The weather over the prairie prov- nces has been mostly clear and cool vitli a lew scattered showers in Man- ioba and Alberta. FORECAST Manitoba and Sas- today and Wednes- day with much the same temperature. and milder. Fair Faces FREE FROM CHAPS AND TAN Tho art of keeping the com- plexion young1 and fair lies in the proper feeding and protect- ing of the delicate tissues of the skin. No face cream, or method of massaging can succeed unless you guard against the effect of sun anil winds '.vhen you are out of doors. NYAL'S. FACE CREAM will protect the skin from tan and sunburn. It should 'be used before and after exposure. It is readily absorbed by the skin. It is delicately perfumed and delightful to use. Prices 25, 50 and Cents. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Third Ave. S. 3S 52 Ii3 -18 1.81-i- 1.791 1.8S 1.83 WINNIPEG CASH.PRICES Xo. 1 Nor.................. Xo. 2 Nor. No. 3 Ko. 4 No. a _................ Ko. S...................------ Xo. 3 C. W................. No. 8 C. W................. Extra No. 1 Feed N'o. 1 Feed No.-2 Feed To Attend Convention N. B. Good of the Good Co. left this afternoon to attend tie convention of the Aiberta Retail Merchants' associa- tion, which meets in Red Deer; today, Wednesday and Thursday. Sir. Good is the second vice-president. Case Rewianded The case of Pte. Woosey, v.ho was captured at Coutvs a week ago, on the charge of horee-stealinE, has been re- manded till nait week, when he will come up before the Supreme court at i Medicine Hat. A redcoat is now on 'jollhis way in up the stolen mare from Conrad, Mont. 1.433 l.SSf 59J 59-} 39 FIRE; IN COBALT MINE Coball, Ont., May on house, iilacksmith shop and the shafi of the mine, here, were -destroyed by fire, yesterday, causing loss. CITY AND DISTRICT Judgment for Plaintiff in the trial of the Lethbridge Iron Works Co. vs. the Jlarinaro Macaroni Co. in District Court this morning, judgment was given to the plaintiff :or claim and costs. Prospects Good Cox, fiscal agent of the Beaver Oil Co., returned from the well yes- terday by auto. He reports that the drill is down 1E50 feet, and the pros- pects are better.than ever. He stated that the well is not yet through the shale. The roads were in a terrible state on the trip up. Driller Goes South .M. C. Park of the UcDougall-Segur Co went south on the Foremost train this morning. He will superintend the completion of the-company's new der- lick in 2-5. The supplies are at Pore- most and the drill machinery is at Milk River. They must be hauled ov- erland to-the well site. Operations will be suspended until the roads dry- up. Mr. Park has three cars of casing in the yards here. Protect Your Complexion The heat and wind of sum- mer, as well as the raw atmos- phere of spring and winter, play havoc with a'person's complex- ion. Am against this is xiREME This most excellent toilet ne- cessity is composed of pure harmless and soothing drugs, that preserve the beauty of the complexion. Generous sized bottles at 25 cents. (A Sample on Request) Don't Drink Muddy Water When you can get Fresh Buttermilk delivered to your house at 15c per gallon Phone 1576 Crystal Dairy Limited THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column should this Office before 12 o'clock the day of publication Mapie Leaf Chapter, No. 7, O.E.S., ird" party' social, in -Masonic hall, to- night, S o'clock. .Loyal Moose, No. 792, meet tonight at S In Moose hall. A special class of new candidates will be initiated. All members requested to be present. The gentle but sure laxative for children is They do not woken aw de- prtM the lyiwm by con- tinued On the contrary. they tone up the boweli and tend to keep them In a healtky condition. Incidentally, they are M good for grown yevple af they are fer children. The intMtinal orgaoa of chil- dren we so delicate that only the most gentle, mild and nat- ural bowel regulator should ever to used. On account of tlwir healthy, mild and natural actito, and freedom from hanh or iajuri- ousdrugs, Reiatl Orderlies atea safe, Acnlle and mott dssirahlc bowel refuiatcr lor children, and they are to aa candy. to Made in Canada and sold in metal holes at 10c, 25c and at Reiall Stores only. Get a Box Today from SOLD BY J. D. ffiginbotham Co., Limited Rwall f dunu; llur IM Dry Individuals Soaked Evidently the soaking rains of the past few days failed to quench the thirst of some dry individuals, who set to soak themselves in the bar- ooms yesterday. That they were BUC- jesstul seems to be proved by the fact hat they spent last night in the cells and were soaked yet again this morn- ng, when the precipitation was ?3.CO and costs. Another man who hails from Prince Edward Island, was cele- brating his departure therefrom, last night, and said some naughty words to a policeman. He was let out on bail and taxed 13.00 and costs this morning ;or disorderly conduct. CITY ANDJDISTKICT Seats on Sale Tomorrow The reserved seat sale for the forth-, coming engagement of Hiss Marie j Tempest, the celebrated English com- edienne, will open at the Henley Drug Co. tomorrow (Wednesday! morning, at 10 o'clock. As there will be a great r demand for seats, intending natrons will do well to make early reserva- tions. t Personal Mention t I R Bell o! R. G. Dun Co., Calgary, i is relieving in the local office lor two weeks. W. Hock of the Molson Bank staft, left Saturday afternoon for a two weeks' holiday to the coast cities. I B E Seattle, of Beattie Bros., Cran- brook, is in the city today, registered at the LethbrMge. Wesley Tennis Social The committees in charge of the social to be held at the Parsonage, i Thursday evening. May 20, in the in- terests of the Wesley Tennis club, have been hard at Work, and have about completed their arrangements A thoroughly unique and delightful evening is promised, and everybody is invited to come and- enoy it. The Late Mr. and Mrs. Young Information has been received that the body of Mrs. J. M. Young, a vic- tim of the Laisitania disaster, has been found. Mr. Young's body has not yet been recovered. Tile-Hamilton Heral'l has the following to say c? Mr. and Mrs. Youns: "Their loss will be a serious one to Hamilton, as Sirs. Young was prominent In cnantabie and social affairs, while her husband was a leader of industry who will he missed. He was a son of the late John Young of the firm of. Young, Long fc Co. The deceased was born here in 1853 and secured his education at Dr. Tassie's school In Gait, and Helminth College, London. He was married to Miss Georgina.Vernon in 1880. He. was general manager and president of the Hamilton CottoTCo., which he and his' brother-in-law, R. A. 'Lucas, estab- lished; while ho was closely interest- ed in the Imperial Cotton and Dom- inion Belting companies. He was a lover of sport and a member of many clubs. A. family of Young, Lieut. James V. Young, Mrs. W. P. Lindsay. ot I.ethbridge and Mrs. Wii liam tvatsorjit Urn. The Men's Own On Sunday afternoon at Westmin- ster church, Mr. J. B. Hodgson, prin- cipal of Lethbridge High school, spoke to the Men's Own club on the subject, "Christianity and its relation- ship to National, Municipal and Com- mercial Life." The speaker in a very able manner, traced Christianity from its origin, showing that the mission of Christ was to bring strength and brightness into every human life, he.p- ing men to better fight their oattles, bear their responsibilities and sue- cesfully wage war on everything that would make men small or mean. A heartv vote of thanks was tendered Mr Hodgson for his able address, and an invitation extended to him for an- other visit. Mr. Farrant sang a splen- did solo, and added much to the pleas lire of the evening. Elderlv people sliould use Rexal! Orderlies. They are a- noituct ami mild laxative. Sold' only by J. I) Hieinbotham Co., Limited, The Rexall store, 10c., 25c., and 50c. box es. Tennis Social WESLEY PARSONAGE 320 11th Street South. Thui'sday Evening 20th Inat. Novel Features Excellent Programme Choice Refreshments ALL FOR 25c. SAYS "OUR PROHIBITION WORKERS, The 'following editorial that appeared today in the Albertan seems to me to sum up the situation most aptly as to the present campaign and coming vote on July 21st on the proposed Liquor Act As I have from time to time publicly stated, there is every reason that we should, as citizens desirous of banishing the liquor traffic from this province, be ever on the alert and take every precaution that a true verdict of the people be given on that date. Read carefully every word of the following: HARD WORK IS NEEDED It is the renoral impression that the people of Alberta "ley have hundreds of workers out people These methods are detestable, but they may He avail, in- The temperance people seem to -oe to" to go in -and possess the land, "Will, they do it? Let us be up and doing and leave no stone unturned to tanilh for sure this unscrupulous traffic from our midst. E. R. J. Foi-stef, District Organizer T. i. M. R. Leaaue. Lethbridge, May 17, 1915. I "MADE IN CANADA" Ford Runabout Price Your neighbor drives a don't you? We are selling more Ford? in Canada this year than ever be- Canadians demand the best in motor car service at the lowest possible cost. The m Canada" Ford is a a luxury.. Runabout' 1640; Town Car price on application. All Ford cars aro fully'etiulpped, including electric head- llEhts No 'cars sold unequipped. .Buyers of Frird cars will share in our profits it we cars between -August 1, 1314 and August 1, 1918. THE FORD GARAGE VIRTUE 1232 3rd AVE. 3. PHONE 633.