Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up HERALD Hotel Windsor An Opportunity to Save Money on Four Important Items ONTARIO Per sack Large Size FLORIDA GRAPE FRUIT- Vtjrv special, 3 for..................... FRESH MADE COUNTRY I'M noniicl WWC SOUND RE-PACKED ty, Newton and Manu variety; 7 4 OC for 26c or per case, Special DRY ALDERTA RED POTATOES pC Per 100 pounds j For Friday and Saturday we will River variety Strawberries, Bananas, Fresh Tomatoes, New Carrots, New Asparagus. Rhubarb, Gresn Onions, Lettuce, Radishes, etc. Office: THE GOOD CO. Phoael271 HICH-CLASS GROCERIES 525 WEATHER C. L. KANE'S Grimm Alfalfa Seed 6u Sale Exclusively in Lethbridge at Geo. GROCERS. 5TH ST. SOUTH. SHEEP MEN ARE j Lethbridge, clear 50 [Kdmonton, fair.. Calgary, clear....... 54 i Medicine Hat. clear i Macleod, clear...... 59 (Red Deer, clear...... Battleford. clear 64 Saskatoon, clear t. 64 i RegiTia, clear 89 j Winnipeg, clear...... 66 'Port Arthur, fair.. Kauiloops....... Nelson......... Peuticton The weather has been and fine over all the prairie provinces. Forecast Ail and warm. 5S 60 61 39 an :ts 3G S7 40 35 31 36 32 50 4S 49 .16 Potted Vejetablti florists Frache Bros. WESLEY PARSONAGE 320 llth Street South. Thursday Evening 20th Init Novel Features Excellent Prooramme Choice Refreshments ALL FOR 2Sc., CITY AND DISTRICT Taber Vieltors J. H. Proirse and H. G. Myers, Ta- bar barristers, were -visitors- to the city this week. Charie Denied The case ajaiast James Ray, accus- ed of stealing pool balls was dismissed Jin District Court, Mr. Conybeare hav- Thit the dlfl not nave inj no charge should be the interests of the farmers at heart prer9rred aiiinst tbs acc'jsed. when the new. wool .embargo act was! _________. passed becomes very evident" upon Fair Faces FREE FROM CHAPS AND TAN The urt of keeping the com- plexion young 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 sim and winds- when you are out of doors. AVAL'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 akin. It is delicately perfumed and delightful to use. Pricet 25; 50 and 75 Cents. The Red Cross Drug BftokCo., Limited Phone 651 Third Ave. S. Left (or East interviews with prommont iocalj Hurdle left yesterday after- sheepmen. WUereas the price of wool, no'on 'for Winnipeg, where he Till join offered by Boston-wool buyers delesation of Mayors to go east to year was from me pound, and rose as spring, the prices Canadian buyers is as low 12c. per "pound. Mr. C. S. Crest, secre- tary of the Southern Alberta Sheep Growers' Associatioa, declared tbat tbe eastern Canadian market, with only- three or. four: buyers, great- ly "inferior' to the American market. Americen competition re- 1001 DUICIS iths delegation ot Mayors to go east to .Be to I Ottawa, to consult with Premier Bor-i as 26c. this regarding the unemployed prob- iffered by eastern Jelu lie said, pect any sort of we can not ex- a price even with war conditions. _The wool prospects are good at present, -but if we don't get the American market for our wool we will not mate as much as other years." ICE Delivered Daily to all parts of the city We gunrantei to you regarding yoyr iot supply. KATES 10 pir month 20 daily... .12.50 per month 30 daily-----fS.OO per month Western Transfer O. Limited. PHONE 1163. THE m BRUNO ACT MADE IN CANADA. COLLARS pYJAMAS W1U1AW5. 8KENE ROME CO. Seats Selling Rapidly There was a rush, for seats yester- day at ttie Hedley Drug Oo. for the en- gagement at the Majestic of Miss Tempest next 'Monday. The sale will continue throughout the bal- ance 6C the week. "Make early reser- -is the advice to :.intending patrons- Miss Tempest's visit wtil be one of the society events this season. 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 Notice! for this Column should Teach thla Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day cf publication Fines Reduced Aa appeal against convictipn on two charges by Magrath men was heard in District Court yesterday. George Johnson and Karl Anderson apealed against the judgment of Inspector Lindsay and Justice of' the Peace Woolley of Magrath, -whereby they were fined and costs each for be- ing drunk and disorderly, and costs each for resisting an officer of the law in performance of duty. It i decided that only one charge should have been preferred. Rather than quash the conviction the judge reduced tbe fines on first charge to and costs each, and on the second charge to without costs each. C. F. Harris represented the appellants, and C. F. P. Conybeire'the Attoxnay-Gen eral. [DONALDSON LINE To and From Great Britain. SAILINGS. MONTREAL-GLASGOW SERVICE Prom Montreal June 9 June 16 Steamers From Glasgow Athenia Hay 26 June 1 and third-class ac- Rates and %Carrlea cabin passengers onlj. These steamers are fitted with twin screws, bilge keels (Thlch prevents resset rolling at and wireleis For rates, and other information apply H. I. LIOMANj- General Agent- Winnipei, Main St. Phone M. 5312 vanotouver, 531 Granyille Street. MARKETS require! the of ill the in the Province. All persons who re'flitered Briridl before Decem- ber 31it, 1906- will require to hive the lame re-reglttered during the present year. Notices are being sent out, but because of changes of ad- dress they may net reach seme own. ers of Brands, and all such are re- quested to oemmunicate with'the carder of Medicine Hat at Jivlne, a. description of thilr and their present address, Whin .full Information will, tent them with retpeot to renewal of the H. A, GAAIG, Deputy Minister of Afrieullupe. Prevlnat ef AlHerta. Reduction Second Caein Rates to WO. AH Steamers Service MIMANABIE (New) 17 MiTAOAMA (New) ...July 1 MIMANADIE (New) ..July 15 MITAGAMA (New) ...July 2) Far full particulars apply to any Hallway or tteamehlp Aaent, or W. C. CAMY, General Aaent Pertaaje Avenue, Winnipeg THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, May 30. Opening anil closing prices on the grain exchanges today were Open Close May Julv 1.56J Oct: 1.21 Oats- Mar 6H July '.1......................... 624 May........................... Flai- l-'Sl I-76 July 1.78 1.78 Oct 1-82 1-Si: WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat- No. 1 Xor................... No. 2 Nor................... No. i) Nor................... So. No. 5 No. 8 Oats- No. 2 C. W................. No. 3 C. W................. Eitra No. I feed No. I Keed No. 2 Feed .......i.......... No. 3 No. 4 Feed No. 1 N. W. C........... No. 2 C. W. s............... No 3 ,C. CHICAGO Wheat- May 1-51 July 1.25 1.204 meeting Lethbridge Lodge. M >.'o. M, A.I'. A.M., tonight at 8 o'- clock, In t'ae Masonic hall. Vlsltiqs brethren cordially invited. Flour and Cnreil Workers Union, No. H039, will huld their regular meet- Friday, May 21, 8 o'clock sharp. All members are reauested to attend. For those in the "Battery are showing enlargement! of both pictures 14x17 Battery.. Postals each 5c The TJMCott Store ALFALFA SEED Mr. Farmer: Your Opportunity to plant some xof the seed that has made AU'alfa King Tanner famous throughout the, West. We have secured his entire crop and are giving it a final cleaning, before offering for sale. Order Early. Do not let this chance get away from you. 20 cents per pound I'.oJb. Lethbridge or Raymond. Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Ltd LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA HAIL INSURANCE THE FARMERS' MUTUAL HAIL ASSOCIATION OF IOWA is an association of farmers organized to save its members money, by getting their Insurance at cost. Stock Companies are organized to make money for the stockholders. According to reports filed with the Alberta Government our Com- uanv paid more losses to its members in Alberta. In 1914, than UM five otter largest companies combined, and at a cost of only SIX PER CENT. The assessment is not due until October. Write or phone us for full information. s M. P. Jolmston Company Phone 651. ALBERTA BLOCK LethbrldQe. MOOREHEAD J.OSES SALOONS Grand Forks, N.D., May ivas voted out of Meorehead, Minn., a city with 41 saloons, a brewing companies and distributing denote. and with average yearly business of a million and a half dojlars in liquor; go- ing dry when Clay county, under Min- nesota's new county option measure, voted dry br (100 majority. CITY AND DISTRICT M.P.P. Here F. S. Leffingwell, M.P.P., or Warner, is a visitor to the city today. Bank Clearings The Lethbridge bank clearings for the week ending today amount to as against for the corresponding week last year. Phil Bawden a Lleutensnt R. P. Bawdea has received his com- j mission as Junior lieutenant in the 20ta Field Battery. He recently re- turned from Kingston, where he took an officers' training course. Collar for Mascot A. E. Eilston of the Alberta Sad- dlery Co. has donated a handsome collar for the fighting mascot of the 20th Battery. The Battery hoys all assert that "Blackie" will make mincemeat of every German daschund that comes between them and Berlin. 1.59 1.57 1.31J 621 63" 70 1.58J 1.55} 1.53J 1.49i 1.43J 1.39} 62 80 INCREASING AGE OF SOLDIERS London, May An official an- nouncement by the -British War Of- fice in connection with tbe appeal by Lord Kitchener, .secretary, of War, (or more men for the army, states it has been decided that recruits enlisting into the regular army for the duration of the war shall be accepted up to the age of 40 years, ami that the minimum standard height for such recruits shall be five feet two inches for the in- fantry. This decision applies also to enlistments Into the territorial force. REGARDLESS OF SUBMARINES New York, N.Y., May 330 passengers on board, two of whom are Americans, the Wtttte Star s.s. Arabic sailed today for Liverpool. In addi- tion to passengers, the Arabic car- ried tons of miscellaneous cargo. For Patriotic Fund -W. A. Buchanan, M.P., is in receipt of a contribution of S36.35 for the Pat- riotic Fund from the Taylor Stake, Church Latter Day Saints, through H. S. Allen the president. The con- tribution has been forwarded to the headquarters, in Calgary. Presentation of Prizes The presentataion of prizes in the I.O.D.E. essay competition among the schoolchildren of the city will take place tomorrow afternoon in Central School auditorium at Rev. Mr. Denoon will give a short talk. The cadet Inspection, which to have taken place this week, has been post- poned on account of wet grounds. The battalion drill, however, will take place, as arranged, on Friday after- noon at S.30, in charge of Lieut. Fil- insr. Major puthit of Calgary will in- spect the battalion. Lethbridge Men in List The name of Sydney J. Chiverall, formerly 8. guard at the provincial Jail here, has appeared. In the casualty list as wounded. Charles Fessenden, an- other Lethbridge man, Is reported as missing. May Julv Sept MINNEAPOLIS l-5J LIVEtTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Ciliary: J8.35; clttte, J8.25. Winnipeg: ChicMo: Hogi, cattle, 1.52} 1.44J 1.171 Supina Mercantile Co. 1567 ONE 20 POUND SACK OF .SUGAR AND ONE POUND C 1 AA OF UPTON'S Jelly 4 packets for 3 packets for....... (j Creamery Butter-r 2 pounds for....... Dairy Per pound ..._-.... Corn, Peas and Per Tin............ St. Charlei Per Tin........ 11 Tins for Kelloflfl's Corn 5 packets for Krinkle. Corn 3 packets 25c 25c 25c 75c 30c 10c 10c 45c 25c 35c Lombard 3 tins for Tomato In '2 pound tins, each Tomatoes, large 2 for Red Cross Vinegar Malt and 2 bottles tor R. C. Soap and Wish. AKft Powder, 2 pkts. for.. 13C Sunlight and Lifebuoy Soap, 11 'bars for----- Extra cujtt in Five Varle- ties at 2 pounds for.. Canadian Jam Jams and Animal Biscuit, per Ib WE DELIVER TO AUL PARTS OF THE CITY S A. College Head Will Speak Here Ctmries A. Taylor, principal ot the Salvation Army Train- ing College, Toronto, will visit Leth- hrliige' on Saturday and Sunday, May 22 and 23. The Colonel is on an.ex- tensive tour of the Army stations be- tween Winnipeg and the Pacific coast. He has been an officer in the Salva- tion Army for nearly 30 years. For the past 20 years, the Colonel has been engaged in the training of officers for Salvation Army work, the iast ten years of which he has occupied the position of principal of the Army's Canadian college at Toronto. Principal Taylor is generally recog- nized as one of the most capable plat- form speakers in the ranks of the Canadian Salvation Army. It has been arranged for the Colonel to receive a public welcome at the Lethbridje Sal- vation Army citadel on Saturday even- ing, May 22. On Sunday at 11 a.m., subject, at 3 p.m., lecture, subject, "From Guard's Van to being the life story of the late Com miislonsr Dowtlle. At 7.30 p.m., the Colonel will give a special salvation address. AUCTION SALE SATURDAY NEXT, May 22nd, at "2.30 o'plock FRANK WADDINGTON It instructed by A. R. McKinnon "tj EXCHANGE and sell by public flAY Next May 22nd, at 2.30 otplofif 'AND Solid d upholstered in PlisB; Mahoi Chairs, Cane Seated; Solid of Drawers; Alaple Occasii nnjsh, 2" pillars; Three nj Springs; Oak Dressers; Oi Squares; Roll Top Desk; Oak, comprising 2 Am Cj McClary KeWgeVator; Hi Records; Beds, Springs a: Pinneforte In my to the" LETHBRIDGE f without reserve on SATUR- quantity of. superior IRNITURE TS Frame Easy Chair Set of Solid Oak Dining ,g Dining Table; Cheat Solid Brass Bed- Satin Foil." Mattresses, Coil il'ablea; Superior Carpel ice Den Set in Mission 106' piece-Dinner Set; ____.k'iiig Machine with 16 ]a Kohier and Campbell this (DOE EXCHANGE. Stafford Ilk.