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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINT! HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta I 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 Go to Good's for Your Week-end Grocery Order, and Get the Advantage of the Specials extra fine lot of VALENCIA ORANGES s! HTriu-tl Illiit ;il Jill iioiiiilly low ami of B'Wil Illivu NAVAL ORANGES. SIMI. a! IIIT lioAMi LEMONS, 'I.'.-1, vory BANANAS. GRAPEFRUIT, FLORIDA. J. r.i- L'.Mis.. Tlii'y iiiv Juicy lu-i-iai per 20c Hll Hit' In.-l fur llio swl- 30c 40c ory 25c 30c t for 25c COc 65c 25c -p Ilio RHI llu'Si" ilu- lirii-e will STRAWBERRIES, If u In- tiaskeit 3ac If we get OREGON BERRIES, they will sold at (lit1 ImvcsJ itiarkc! price. RIPE TOMATOES. ll> Me Fresh CUBAN PINEAPPLES, first this sea sell, large size. 30c CUCUMBERS. Mm House HI 20c and up ASPARAGUS. lus. for 35c NEW CABBAGE, per Hi Sc FRESH RHUBARB, per ]b 5c FLORIDA CELERY. Ills for 25c CREAMERY BUTTER, frosil cliurnetl. .Ma- iirai il. His. for 75c CREAM BRICK CHEESE, per 111 35c LIMBURGER CHEESE, per Mi 35t NEW MAPLE SYRUP AND SUGAR- PRIDE OF CANADA, quart tills oath lial. tins, ench ifallim tins, eac-li ijiii'.rt urn Hfs. each................. tl Oz. Cakes sugar, 2 for MACARONI, maile.alioul i'0 differ- ,Mlt vniielkis. all ill bulk, very special. pe.r Ib. lOc OLIVES, in iiilik. pint 25c MINCE MEAT, ill bulk, per Ib............... 15c SWEET MIXED PICKLES, per pint 20c HEINZ' CHOW CHOW, per pirn 20c DILL PICKLES. dozen 20c PEANUT BUTTER, per 111................. 30c HORSE RADISH, home maile. extra strong. pirn 1'oules. each J5c COMB HONEY, per section 2Sc CLOVER HONEY. 111. pails, wicll CLOVER HONEY, pint sealers, each 40c COOKED MEATS ROAST PORK DRESSING, per III....... 40c BOILED HAM. per Ib..................... 40c CORNED BEEF, per Ib......................40c MINCED LUNCH MEAT, per Hi........... 25c OX TONGUE, per Hi..................... 60c APPLES. Xo. I Iloman BfHiilies. all re.pack. cxlm special, per case Or i: liis. for 25c THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S RESIDENCE 547 SMITH, MURPHY CO. t GROUND FLOOR SHERLBCK BUILDING, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. dill MAN Grain G IF'Voii BILL YOUR r am SiVtiTH' LJ. am "THE PROOF OF THE PROFITS am is IN THE RETURNS.- w; K. PORTER- MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH.-. YOUR GRAIN CONSIGNMENTS WILL BE PROPERLY HANDLED Grain FOR Head these prices and come to us, nlierc your dollar will do its duty. MEN'S SHIRTS, real good work shirts in khaki, and black collars, res. for MEN'S SHOES, lace medium reaulai- S-t.Oi.' oo Special BOYS' CAPS, regular 31.OM and 75c. To clear at 45c GROCERIES 75c Our stock is fresli aurl up-to-date. Read carefully our Wagstfeffc's Marmalade i in. Hiiii Marmalade large jar i- PURE JAMS In .all flavors 4 Ib. pail...... Apple and Straweberry 4 pail Peas, Beans and Corn -I per tin i. 1- C Tomatoes. tb. tin 4 each 14C St Charles Cream. Hotel per tin llC McCormick's Sweet Biscuits, Shipment fresh in. ;jo varie- ties to choose from. per 3b. 20c to OUC Sunlight, 2o A triai order wiil convince you. Specials C. Soap. 2 pk2E. for Lifebuoy, G. W, and Ivory Soap, 11 bars for FRUITS AN.D GREEN VEGE- TABLES Oranges, Navels, at per doz. 30c. 35c, 40c, 45c Lemons, per per doz.............. California Strawberries 2 boxes for Rhubarb, per Tamotoes, per Ib............... Fresh Dairy Butter His. for 25c 30c 35c 5c 20c 65c FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES "Pen c-i May i: July r.... 11 October ll-uj H .May .klly 'l'57s Oclober 1 1 r's .May Jiay October WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Xo. 1 Xor... 11. .No. Nor... i Xo. Xur.- No. Nor.. No. i t'- Xn. c. Extra Xo. I Feed No! niititi'il. I.-LAX- 'Xo. 1 X. C Xo. 2 r. CHICAGO WHEAT MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT 117 117 US'., llti'i IHTi Enjoy WEATHER For Seeding We Offer: Selected Marquis luis. .Banner Oals 50r per Gold Coin Oats............. per luis. per IMIS. Flax............... per 1ms. THE ABOVE IS CLEANED AND READY FOR SEED Special Prices for quantity lots. Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Ltd. LETH8RIDGE. ALBERTA. We have a fine stock of sport- ing goods ami can provide everything iieeil'ed iii playing tho tfasdmll nails, bairi. mitts, masks. Com- plete outfits for boys ;iml iiien. Lmvn Tennis ilie clrt'S? used by the crick players. Tke Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited iijCttibriUgc, clear 70 clear TiS Anliur, clear Nelsor. Lirand I'algary, fair fit! Prillco Albert. 72 .Moose Jaw 7n Hod Deer, cloudy ii7 Brandon, cloudy fijl Winnipeg, clear Saskatoon, clear 71 j Swift-Current, clear iiS The weather over the prairie pro- vinces has bren mostly clear. Forecast All and farmer today and on Saturday. THURSDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES Calgary; Hogs, Jii.SS to 511: steel's to SS.l.'t: cows. S4.un to Jtl.od; heifers, lo ?7.Uu; sheen IS.3'1 to Hogs. to Sin: eat- tie. ?1.40 to 311: ?tj to 3I1SD. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN Wagon Wheai Flax 14 JJarlpy....... 4 Track prices Wheat 10 Oats.....: Flax LIVESTOCK PRICES f'hoice 7 lo Fat cows, t'Vj 10 1- killing wethers 1 kilting ewes hogs, 150-200 Ibs. ADMIRAL'RETIRES Wash hi a ton, .May for reorganisation of the Atlantic fleet which will be aaaonnceri shortly by Secretary Daniels, include liie retire- ment of Admiral Fletcher as coinman- fler-in-chief. Vice-Admiral Henry T. Mayo, now commander of ihe first division of the fleet with his flag on the Arkansas, will succeed Admiral Fletcher. Fresh in twice a week Local Fresh boys, APPLES! APPLES! Homo Beamy. 100 lioxes lo from. Spccinl Tor'Srtii'ininy. only WESTERN MERCANTILE CO. SAM SADOWSKi; PROPRIETOR PHONE 1724 for Quick Delivery to all Parts.of the.City. .606 THIRD AVE. SOUTH Choice Sued Oats 100% gerininatinn, -Iftcis. a huslinl. Seed iiotaldes per ion. F. O. Hyde To-day's Arrivals 'Pierce's Anuric Tablets. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov- ery. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Pinkham's Compound. Pinkham's Blood Purifier Allenbury's, MelUn's Nestle's Foods. J. D. Higinbotham Co. "Albert i's Pioneer Drutgistc." The Start i CITY A N D DISTRICT Coleman Man Wounded j Yesterday's casualty lists contain I rhe'nnnie of John A. Price, of Colo- j man, as upinjr wounded. Jap' Was Drunk S, MaytayosUi.' a Jap. was before: tlie magistrate in iiolice court and; drew down three and costs tor lieing j drunk and tlisort'erly. i No Date Set Tiie lime, lias not yet been' se: for! tlie hearing ot" Ihe Ripley appeal against the city assessment before His Honor Judge Jackson. j "Dad" Hart Here I "Uad" Hart, formerly S. imini- i officer here, hut now stationed jat Midway, is visiting in tiie city for i !a few days. The Importance of Bread as a Food Wiley, who for a number ot years was ihe heat! iti' pure food dfipurlmem ot" the rnited Stalrft Gov- ernnit'iit. and who war; mainly respon- sible for the passage of Ihe Mure Food Law in that country, hat; .said; "Bread is OHM of ilu; must important foods thai, we have, It, has inoro nour- ishment, for less money 111 an any other food provided the skill of man. ilu- of this country would be far healthier and have icss sick- ness i' (hey used more bread meat." We are constantly trying to make good bread better the fact that we sold nearly three (nianers of a million last year proves thai the public art.- appreciating our ef- forls. would like to bave the opportunity of proving to you that QUAKER'BREAD is BETTER BREAD Just phone 378 and we will call. John Qilmore The Baker Death at Enchant The death of. Ida .Marie, aged five, j years and months, daughter of L. K. j i Moen, occurred at ISiichant May 17ih j Interment will be made at Grain Ridge cemetery. Asks Public to be Careful Stipt. Pennefather of the .Mounted I Police lias been very gracious thiL- spring in allowing school boys and .-grown-ups ihe use" of tlie barracks 'grounds for baseball and other But he is .also.very anxious to im- prove the looks of the grounds ml keep the fences in repair. He there- tore 'requests that those using the grounds on" Oth Avenue enter by the ne.v turnstile which has been placed on the street line at the southwest of the He also re- iquesta that the public in watching ;tho ball games, instead of remaining outside and hanging over the fence. I enter ths grounds. The outer edge 'oE the grounds has been cultivated ;and planted to potatoe? so onlookers I will confer a favor by keeping off. ICE Clear as crystal Delivered to all parts of the City Prices right SATISFACTION GUARANTEED JOHN BKODTE, PHONE 710 J j SHAKEUP EXPECTED I London. May 'dispatch in the Daily Kinross from Amsterdam says i n ac-neral shakralR is exacted- i" tlie German cabinet and that llerr von hatlienaii will succeed nr. Karl {erich. tlm imperial treasurer, who is i slated for a new post. DO YOU BURN COAL? Tliu Grace Coal Mine is now prepared to take care all orders. PHONE 1250 The quality is the best. Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS No Information Yet Nothing definite has yd apnuarecl on orders as (o when either the Kilties will 'leave for Calgary or the 81st iiattery for Petawuwa. All the boys however sire holding themselves in readiness to move at a moment's 'notice. GRAIN GROWERS LKT IS vot PROMPT AND EFFICIENT SERVICE. LIBERAL ADVANC- ES AND QUICK SETTLE- MENTS. MAKE YOUR BILLS OF HD- ING RE-AD; "ADVISE SAL- BERG GRAIN CO.. WINNIPEG, MAN." -8ALBKJU.' (JKAIX. (lOMPAXY, J. H, TALLING. LOCAL riANAGER, Lethbridje Phone 15EO. Residence Phone Wholesale and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 Former Resident Killed Win. Todtl. a liormer resident of ethbriilgp, lias killed in cording to word received by friends-: iin Hie city. .Mr. Toild left Lethbridge 'at the outbreak ul' tlie'war and eiiliHt- ed will! an Kdmonton battalion whit'h left with the lirsl contingent. His isanie aniieared in the casualty lists several days ago but there wen-, few local people knew it was the .same man nnlil letters arrived'tellltlg jof his death un the Held. CITY OF WORKS DEPARTMENT' KINAb.NOTICE AH citizenr, needlnn water for sprinkling purposes must pay the lawn rate before using the water, otherwise it will be shut off without nt-licfc. Hours for watering: to i 8 o'clock; te 10 o'clock, j To inl rodiicc our I ii Ii I s will ynii ii larii'c heavy -'s x siiilnlilc 'ii; ..Jill! ili !'HI-s: clolliinu'. These litsji's iliisl, nii'l iiuilli One free each s.ile IVoni lliese lahles nl. mm mm LETHBRIOOE, ALTA. WHERE TO GO FOR Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONK GRAlNiDrilLfARY FESTIVAL GIVEN BY THE 113th OVERSEAS (KILTIE) BATTALION 'i THREE BANDS PHYSICAL DISPLAYS-RECITATIONS- SKETCHES-r-SONGS-SPECIAL ORCHESTRA _ AN ALL MILITARY NIGHT. SEATS SELLING AT HEDLEY'S POPULAR PRICE3-25C, 50c 75e. ;