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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING HIGH CLASS LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR 1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta Flowers that the Spring are by the Bloom all I Go to Good's for Your Week-end Grocery Order, and Get the Advantage of the Specials An extrs fine lot of VALENCIA ORANGES jus' iri'Civn! liij: wviv Imuslil at an cxo-p- ilmially low iirkv, sir.- They ,uv Juicy ami or1 good rlav.M. spileiill .....20c KAVAL ORANGES, aluml till- last for the sea- son. ui-r 30c 40c LEMONS, huso size, very I'or ilox. 25c BANANAS. .ii.v.en 30c GRAPEFRUIT. FLORIDA. 1 I tor .....25c STRAWBERRIES, we Hit California's for Ssluiday. 1: wo set these the price will ne iMSkiMs for 35c If we get OREGON BERRIES, they will soli! at the tuarkel (met-. RIPE.TOMATOES, per Fresh CUBAN PINEAPPLES, first this sea- son, large size, eaell L................ 30c CUCUMBE'RSi-hU'i'House al 2Qc and up ASPARAGUS. 1' Ibs. for.................... 35c NEW CA3BAGE. per Ib..................... 8c FRESH RHUBARB, per 5c FLORIDA CELERY. I His. for 25c CREAMERY BUTTER, fresh churned. .Mil- siratli. IhV. for----......................75c CREAM BRICK CHEESE, per 111........... 35c LIMBURGER CHEESE, per 35i; COc 65c 25c NEW MAPLE SYRUP AND SUGAR- PRIDE OF CANADA, .quart tins eueh IL. Ual.'llns. each tins, each Quart bottles, 9 Oz. Cakes sugar. 2 for MACARONI, l.elhbrklse made.about Ju differ- ent varieties, all in bulk, very special, per lo. lOc OLIVES; in bulk, per pint 25c MINCE MEAT, in bulk, per Ib............... I5c SWEET MIXED PICKLES, per pint 20c HEINZ' CHOW CHOW, nor pint 20c DILL PICKLES, per il.reen PEANUT BUTTER, per HORSE RADISH, home inaile. extni strong. pint bottles, ctieh J5c COMB HONEY, per section................ 25c CLOVER. HONEY. T, 111. pulls, each CLOVER HONEY, pint sealers, each lOc COOKED MEATS FOAST PORK DRESSING, per SOILED HAM. per -lOc CORNED .'.-...................40c MINCED LUNCH MEAT, per 25c OX TONGUE, per 60c APPLES. Xo. 1 Roman Keam'ies. all eti. extra special, per case Or Ibs. for.......................... 25c THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S RESIDENCE 547 SMITH, MURPHY CO. QROU.ND FLOOR SHERLOCK BUILDING, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. .HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG.-MAN YOUR GRAIN CONSIGNMENTS' WILL BE PROPERLY HANDLED -IF YOU BILL YOUR r VISE: SMITH, MURPHY 9.111 Gain W. K. PORTER. MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH. Grain (Vain Gain PROOF OF THE PROFITS IS IN THE RETURNS........ MARKETS THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES CITY AND DISTRICT i.May ,0i-t Oats :.May Uuly Open HS' i Barley .May j I July 171'i 164V- FOR Hoys' Running Shoes Black anil blue, very fine quality, Kg. S1.25 tor" Men's Oxfords and patent leather regular StOO 45 Men's Leather Gloves Todies' and Men's Rain Coals These coats are of the finest fabric and are rain-proof, regular ?12.'JO QC for..............- Boys' Suits just a few 'left. WeU. worth Gams at' Sandal Enbbeus For uien-and women, Extra special Northern Northern Xof them j Wh j Xo. 1 No. Xo. Oats- No. 'I C. No. 3 C'. Barley- No. 3 No. 4 Winnipeg Cash Prices U2 No. i! C. W.................. Chicaao Whest May............: ,115'i July.........---- SC'lt............. Minneapolis Wheat. 165% 1 .11254 j 112% j 113% j Enjoy Some ort iiave a fine stock of sport- ing goods and can provide (iverytliing needed in playing the popular Baseball mitts. Com- plete outfits fo.r hoys ;ind men. have the class of equipment used by the crack players. Tfce Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Indian Agent W. ,1. Dilworth. Blood Indian agent, if- a visitor in the city today. Disorderlies Fined Five disorderlies appeared before Magistrate Elton this numiing ami drew down three and costs each. For Seeding We Offer: Selected Maniiiis per bus. While -Banner Oats per bus. Coin per bus. Barley................ (ioc 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. Former Resident Geo. W. Sltpp. formerly of tfie staff jof J. D. Higinbotham and Co.. is in !the city today from Ottawa, lie is now on the road fur one of the bijj i wholesale drug concerns. Elks Meet Lctlibridge Lodge Xo. P.7, B. P. O. will meet, tonight in the Knights 'of Pythias hull. Members who have not yet been initiated are urged to be present. Death of Infant JEtiiel Alberta, 11 months' old daugh- ter of 'Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Van Horn, died yesterday at six o'clock after a lingering illness. The funeral will he held .from the residence, C2G llth St. South, tomorrow (Friday) tit four o'clock, Rev. A. H. Denoon officiating. Ottawa. May document drawn up between Col. Allison, B. V. Yoalumi and Eugene Lignaiiii. but never exe- ictited. was submitted in the Meredith- Duff commission this afternoon, and provided the feature of the day's pro- ceedings. This document, which pur- ports to be a dissolution of partner- ship between the three gentlemen concerned, by which Liguanti was to withdraw, provides for a division of profits on contracts secured and pend-j ing at the ,191o. It: was mentioned i" 'he Kyte charges I on March.2S last. j The original of the document was j produced today by B. F. Yoaktim. one of the three. Mr. Voakuni brought with llini the 00 KOO 11 COAL? The Grace Coal Mine is now prepared to lake care of all orders. PHONE 125O The quality is tile best. Delivered, ton At iuiiic 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS ICE Clear as crystal Delivered to ait parts of the City Prices right SATISFACTION GUARANTEED J01IX BKODIE, PHONE 710 orders made uiioll him for the divis- ion o( fuse commission by Col. Allison. TJie first was dated Decem- 117% 115% GROCERIES Specials for this week-end: CROWN BRAND f 5 Ib. pail LILY WHITE, 2 Ib. lias two for MOLASSES DOMINION BRAND, a MoiasseE. 2 Ib. tins two for 35c 35c 'al good 25c C. S. COFFEE, oue potmil tin JOt C. iS. COFFEE, two 7 r pound tin 3C Try OUR SPECIAL Blend per BLUE RIBBON TEA I July............ 11 jSept............. 11 i YESTERDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES i ?3.S5 to S11.10; I steers ?6.SO lo cows to; 137.00: heifers ?5.50 to ?7.50; sheep i _ I j S7.40 to SU.'jo; cattle JS4.4I) to sheep to 513.80.; LOCAL MARKETS i i LOCAL GRAiN PRICES i i Wagon j i Wheat i Oats Flax................ Barley..................... -1 Track prices Wheat U Oats Flai 1: LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers. 7 to Fat cows. to 7. killing Sheep-rChoice killing ewes Sli. Select hogs. 150-209 ibs, .10. 40c 45c MAPLE SYRUP OLD TYME BRAND, in nuart tins, per tin ____ "PRIDE OF CANADA" per tin FRY'S OR BAKER'S, ou lialf pouml 45c 60c :25c BULK TEA, at per 111.....35c, 40c 4. Domestic SARDINES, in r Olive Oil, per tin DC Donalco. SOGKEYE SAL- nr tins, per tin B. C. RED SALMON, op large tins, two for 03C SUNLIGHT SOAP, 113 bars for........... Local '2 iloxcn for.....4.5c Fresh Dairy Butter In a week. We pvery.iiountl. Special, 2 .FRESH We have the latest and the best on the market. See our Windows. WESTERN MERCANTILE CO. SAM SADOWSKI, PROPRIETOR PHONE 1724 for Quick Delivery We Deliver to. all Parts of the City 806 THIRD AVE. SOUTH Mr, Charmis Face Powder (Thi-ee colors) 40c A siiiiipl HEAVY SNOWSTORM Ft. William, put., .May men coming in froni tiie railways east and wesi report heavy snowstorms last night anil today. The weather is leiy cold here and the mercury drop- ped 10 freezing poiui iiiis morning. Choice Seed Oats 100% germination. OUcts. a bushel. Seed potatoes 52U pel' ton. f. O. Hyde Be-iiuty with pul'l' eiidosrd. for tlu1 they liisi. J. D. Higinbolham Co. Albert Vs Pioneer Druggists.-" The Start "I Wholesslc and retaM chemists TELEPHONE NO. Hoisted for a Week Jon a pro rata "the pressure of other uusi-! money- is and when the ____ paid." On the sttlne date ness the board of trade" hoisted the'a similar order was given on behalt Ulayl.igln "saving petition for another E. G. Lignanti for On Jan. [week. -President llarnoch promised [20 an order for was given on Ithaf it-would be fully considered in [behalf of Col.-William McBain to cov- IcqnnecUon with a resoluUnji from theler alt other but the three Montreal board of vddc daylight saving. 30-Minute Service iCoinmissioner Freeman states for Dominion- million dollar Russian fuse contract given to the Canadian Car and Foun- dry company." of which witness said he knew nothing. f On March 3 an order was.given on .Miss 51. G. Edwards for 141 just as soon as the change can be. j behalf ot made minute service will be established on the park line instead of the 32 minute service in effect at present. The service was 'been, the rule since the system was started! witness "submitted a .statement as follows: ncklenfal: Special Car Service Kiltie concert on Satur- day night red cars will be lined up at the corner of 5th Street- and fitb Avenue 'to. take soldiers to thu fair grounds.' Blue-cars-will be on an 8- 'minute service so there will be little delay for those wishing to go to North Lethbridge. to expenses, which were Legal expenses, S385.B6. Total S3.395.0C. "They are very said .Mr. Heilmuth. "f always thought that -Vmerican lawyers could give us points on charges, i am surprised." "Tliey will be reversed here.'' said the chairman. Allison's Share-of Profits "What was Allison's asked the witness. "I haven't figured it out.' said the witness, "hut. I should say it was half if "No. I mean, after lie hfitl paid out BIG SALE OF THE WILSON FURNITURE BANKRUPT STOCK STILL GOING ON 416 13TH STREET NORTH penses. divided. Each man, therefore. when and as payments were made Out of his share Allison gave, orders totalling That lelt him Cable information was received !iy A T Platt of Toronto; that his only son, 'blent.'Henry Krrol Bcauchamp Plait, ai.A.. had been Killed while leading his men on patrol duty. SIMPLE HOME TREAT- MENT TO REMOVE HAIRY GROWTHS Death of Mrs. Wilson The death occurred Tuesday of these orders." Nora Carmen Wilson, aged 43. beloved j Witness then figured it out. The wife of J. Thomas Wilson. 1713 Stli Avenue'North. Deceased had lived jfor several years in Lethbridge, com- ing here from Michigan. Besides her i husband, deceased leaves to mourn her loss one daughter, Mrs. II. J. Mil- jlar and a granddaughter here, and j jtwa brothers in Michigan. The re-i mains were sent to Petersburg, .Mich., for interment. total commission coming to him wai 000. Out of this was paid to Crave (Beauty Culture I. Two or three minutes1 use of a dela- tono paste will banish every bit of. hair from your face, neck or arms. This paste is made by mixing some, water with powdered uelatone. After the paste is removed, the skin should he washed to free it from the remain- ing delatone and it will be clear and spotless You will not he disappointed vitn this treatment it you are sure tii obtain real delatone from your GRAIN GROWERS LET US YOLK (JKAIN PROMPT AND EFFICIENT SERVICE. LIBERAL ADVANC- ES AND QUICK SETTLE- MENTS. MAKE YOUR BILLS O17 LAD- ING 'READ: -ADVISE SAL- BERG GRAIN CO., WINNIPEG. MAN." .J. II. LOCAL MANAGER, Lethbridge Business Phone 16SO. Residence Phone Again Remanded V. Presented with Wrist Watch At the request of the counsel1-: -for i A pleasing event took at the tlie defence, the preliminary trial of ;C.P.R. shops during the dinner hour Tony Lombanli. charged with1, James Uavey, for several] i tempted tnurdor. was once more re- ]years foreman boiltjrmaker, who re- i maiided today Monday afterfioon. U-ently obtained leave of to i enlist in the 113th Kilties, was prc-! I sentf-ti by his fellow workman BIG SALE OF THE WILSON FURNITURE BANKRUPT STOCK STILL GOING ON 416 13TH STREET NORTH GRAIN! l.'neciualled faciliiio. for secur- ing reliable information regard- ing (train. Frequent quotations. All markets'. You are inviled io make free use oi' this service. Ask for biil.s on your carlols of grain. Private wires to .New York, Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg sented by his fellow workmen witil silve1' wrist watch suitably engraved. On behalf of the men C. A. Little, Jocomotive foreman, made Ihe presen- t tation and in a few well chosen words regard in held and God speed and a safe re- turn. t aon ani n a e C [gave expression to the, which the recipient was