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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD a Day Hotef in'Alberta j Pride of Alberta The Flowers that Bloom in the Spring are classed by the Flour's that Bloom all the year round-- Taylor-made, HOOD RIVER STRAWBERRIES The I'irsi liiul in lliis season arrived ihis These arc loiililctlly the I'iiK'jsl I'lnvort'd ..sirinvhiM-rics g-rowii nuvwIiiM-o. I'ruH' IHT CUBAN PINEAPPLES Arc IHUY in fine prices ciirh.......... Orders I'nr pivsomiiji' hooked per 2.ic THE GOOD HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Mother's Favorite WINNIPEG xo. i Nor.. No. 3. Nor... 107? OATS I No. 2 C. W.. FLAX Xo. 1 C. W. No. -1 W..... Say, Men! Whv Must Your Wife Bake THE WARM WEATHER IS APPROACHING WILL MEAN MORE TO HER THAN M. MORE TO HER THAN URGING URGING HER TO BUY HER BREAD IN- STEAD OF WEARING HERSELF OUT OVER A HOT STOVE AFTER THE HARD LABOR OF BREAD MAKING. Induce Her to Get Model Bakery Bread IT'S FINE; YOU WILL ENJOY IT AND SO WILL THE FAMILY. GET IT FROM YOUR GROCER OR PHONE AND THE RIG. WILL CALL. lOIS UPSEIAIW CITY AND DISTRICT NyaTs Massage Cream A Woman is only as old as she looks. If you use NyaPs Massage Cream regularly and carefully your skin will retain a fine clear coloring and a natural glow. It will be" soft and smooth, fresh looking, firm and pliable. Price 25c a Jar Ask us for the Booklet, "The Greatest of All Charms.'' The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Drill Cancelled i Home Guard drill has been ran- I celled for tins evening owing to the inclement weather. Tennis Club The. meeting ol those interested in I forming a tennis dub at St. Cyprian's j church will lie held tonight in I lie) parish rooms. j For Seeding We Offer: Selected Martinis per luis. White Banner Oats per IMLS. Gold Coin Oats...........'.. per bus. per bus. per IMIS. THE ABOVE IS CLEANED AND READY FOR SEED Special Prices for quantity lots. Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, A Wife and Six Children _._ J. A. Price, the Coleman man re- ported Uilleil in action at the front, f leaves a wife and six children, -who reside at Coleman. To Attend Festival D. J. McCutcheon. Alberta manager of the Hcintzmau Piano Co. at Ca igary, is in the city to attend the Musi- cal festival. His firm dona to; the pianos to be used for Hie festival. Former Resident Here i ,1. Ji. Aitken. of Bioor Street, branc i lot the Royal Hank. Toronto, is in ihe city, fie is connected with the Let i- berta Oii FieMs Ltd. in the capacity of director. Bouquet Laurece A ODOR OF HAUNTING VRAGRANCE Bouquet Laureee Extract, Toilet Water, Soap. Talcum, etc. There's a sample of the extract for you if you are quick. j. D. Higinbotham Co. Limited Pioneer Druc.gists." The Start Wholesale and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 Pastoral Visits f The pastor of Knox cliurch will vi.-iit between 1st and Sth Ave. on lOt i Street on Tuesi ay. There will he no visitingr on V.'ednesiiay. The mid-week prayer meeting has been cancelled. Thanks for Aid The council of the village of .Coa hurst wishes through the columns of i the Herald to express its sincere a ipreciattoii of Mie assistance rendered j 1 by the Leihbridge fire department or: f the night of May 11, when the .hotel at, Coiillmrst burned down. Courts of Confirmation i Conns of confirmation for confirm- ing the tax enforcement returns have been announced for the following places on the following days: Clares- j June 0; High River, August 31; CoalhurHl. June 1G; Retlaw. June 17; Retlaw. for the rural muniL-ipa ity of McLean No. yfi, June 17ih; MagnHli, June Oth. Death of Infant The death occurred this morning of; Ethel Verdun foreman, tiie nine weeks' old daughter of .Mr. and Mrs, i .1. B. Foreman of S07 17th Street S. Mr. Foreman has recently enlisted with the Battery. The funeral will be held tomorrow at 4 p.m., from j Fetterly's parlors. Rev. G. H. Cohhle-1 dick (Jliieiating; interment in the piih-1 lie Cemetery.' i Good Sound Flour Is Important! -----The uniform goodness of QUAK- ER BREAD is proof positive that we exercise cure in the purchase, of Uio materials tliul enter into the manu- facture of QUAKER BREAD. Of these materials flour is by far and away the most. Important. Nothing but best Is over good'enough for us. Care- lessness in this particular would fatal because it is the sweet natural flavour of sound No. J wheat that the baker depends upon to get his proper flavour in the bread. Bread is pecu- liar in this respect, it is almost the (inly food that no flavouring or spices are used in making. Given soiintt, wholesome wheat flour and hall thfi battle is won for the baker, it mere- ly becomes a matter of skill and knowledge for him to make GOOD BREAD BETTER. would like the op- portunity of demonstrating this super- ior bread to you today. Afik your grocer for it or phone 378 and we will have the salesman call with a sample loaf. John Gilmore The Baker GRAIN GROWERS LET IrS HANDLE -YOTJK GRAIN PROMPT AND EFFICIENT SERVICE. LIBERAL ADVANC- ES AND QUICK SETTLE- MENTS: MAKE YOUR BILLS OF LAD- ING READ: "ADVISE SAL- BERG GRAIN CO., WINNIPEG, MAN." SALBEKG GRAFN COMPANY. J. H. TALLING. 'LOCAL MANAGER, Lothbridge Business Phone 1580. Residence Phone 572. condition i Pincher Creek. May death occurred on Saturday at noon of one of Pincher Creek's veil known and highly respected characters in the of John Woods, manager of the Fernie Lumber Co. While deceased has lived here for a {Sudden Decision of 1 Minister Not to Run in Ferine Nori-plussing Death of Baby Agnes ciizabeth. the six months' old of Mr. and Mrs. Robert IChapinyn of Commerce, died suddenly yesterday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Chapman and the- little girl were on their vvay to Lethbridge to visit Mrs. Chapman and the child passed away [before they reached the city. Tho 'little girl was in perfect health when they left their home, and her death was a terrible surprise to them, as there was no apparent cause for it. The funeral was hold this afternoon from the residence of Mrs. T. N. THE NURSING .MISSION Provides visiting nurses for mater nily and all medical and surgical cases (except contagious diseases) and charges according to the cir- cumstances of. the patient. Poor patients cared for free charge. Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. For further partic- ulars apply to the Nursing Mis- sion. 433 HUi-St. S. Phone 1233. (Miss) A. M. (Miss) Rose Cameron, Grad. Nurse (Miss) J.T. Mackenzie, Grad. Nurse Ferine. May pubik iiouncement of the retirement of Hon. Roas from the contest in the jiiig to remedy, such stated. "In going to Fort George 'oiicy. Mr. Ross is returning to the ilami ot his birth, as it was in the Cabinet' Peace River country that his parents resided when he was horn, and it is jdiapmaii( Rev. A. IT. Dennon being'ln that district that they an: of llie naively remarks the press gallery'f _________ [staff man oE tiic press in which the j statement is made. It has always j Renovate St. Andrew's been understood here that Fort The congregation of St. Andrew's JGeorge was on the Fraser river, and 'that Hon. Mr. Ross was born in Fort: >-ery long time ite has always been Fernie to he brought DM soon. I very reserved and little is known not surprjsing tu a few. was a IIere Mr-EK Chipewyan. hundreds of miles north nl" dmonton. Here CITY OF WORKS DEPARTMENT FINAL NOTICE All citizens needing water for sprinkling purposes must pay the lawn rate before using the water, otherwise it will be shut off without notice. Hours for watering: to 8 o'clock; to 10 .o'clock. churdt are to he congratulated tfpon for'of liis ardent party friends. That lie her of. lands making so long a leap t sick a few days, though ailin years. The Knights of Pythias look j should take such a step KO near the chaise of tils burial which took P'a'e t.omin eieclion j3. io raj- least, on Monday at p.m. PREMIER SAILS'FOR ENGLAND Edmonton, May mes- sage received in the city today from Hon. C. R. .Mitchell, prov- incial treasurer states that Premier Sifton sailed on the liner Philadelphia from New York this morning for a month's trip to England in con- nection with government, hus- iness. Choice Seed Oats 100% germination. SOcts. a bushel. Seed potatoes ?2U per ton. F. 0. Hyde i i unusual. Baldness Is caused by a microbe! Tne reason 6'ven in the goyeni- which destroys the hair root and lm es the pores. The Rexall "K" amusing to say the least, ahe re- Tonic arrests tuis process. Sold at all 'adjusting nf the electoral districts is IHeiall Drug Stores. Stic and as "ne of the reasons bringing bottles. J. U. HiKinbotham Co.. Lim-iabout the change of constituency by OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S RESIDENCE 517 SMITH, MURPHY CO. >n GROUND FLOOR SHERLOCK BUILDING. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. HEAD OFFICE. WINNIPEG, MAN G Tain YOUR GRAIN CONSIGNMENTS WILL BE PROPERLY HANDLED G, IF YOU BILL YOUR r SIJJ1 VISE: SMITH, MURPHY ,4 CO. 3.1H _ "THE PROOF OF THE PROFITS VkSlltl IS-JN RETURNS." W. K. PORTER. MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH. Ross, but it hardly tallies with the fact that this district was enlarged well liked. by taking In Fort Sleele. which had j 's'herrwooil Hardliner formfsrly been a part of the Cran- brook riding. waa not as populous aw the Ferule riding, as the votes east at previous elections show, but Fort Steele was a solid Conserva- ttte appearance of their church after the alterationf! which have bean made f during the past week. After serious Feniie. atnonR Liberal? it consideration of the seating accom- ire sordid motive? are being imodation the managers decided to tlse reason for the minis- (alter the whole of the interior of the j building.1 and every night last week Billeting Committee reach solid ground upon which to j the of the olid saw The billeting committee of Wesley make a race. (was heard, the men of the congrega-j church will meet tonight in the pas- The names of Sherwood Here-Inner lion doing all the necessary work tor's study. aud Thomas Uphill are boiiie mention-1 without charge to the church funds.) ed as possibilities as successors pulpit has been removed from Banquet Soldiers Tonight Hon. Mr. Ross as candidate here. Mr. ithe west end of the edifice to the east I In spite of the Inclement weather. Uphill been twice elected to thejside. together vilh the choir scats: jthe banquet to be given to members office of mayor, a position which lie I all the sea now holds and which he has filled land in tbe wingb u. LIU: j reeled. The Ihe S. O. K. hull this evening will he WATCH. FOR METRO WONDER PLAYS SKtjsfiicti lie is also secre- classrooms have been jtary of Qladsionft local union, and [working of the Sunday school is now _..... jniucb more convenient and the mem- has also been bers present last night expressed !tn''r Mitn the choir seats: me uauqitet 10 :at.H have been turned round of tlie Kilties and 61st Battery by the 10 wings of the church two S. O. 15.. A. 0. F. and Kontlshmen at the S. O. K. hull this evening will be proceeded with, and will start not later than S sharp Members ot these lodges are asked to be on hand grows stronger every day of the cam- paign. Swapping horses while cross- ing R stream has always been held to be very bad policy, but trading when so near the shore would seem to be still worse. live precinct, and would, in ordinary circumstances, add to the vote polled by the Conservative candidates. Another reason for Hon. Mr. Ross going u- Fort George, as stated by the government press, is that there are varit areas of undeveloped farm lands Jin that district which demand the at- tention of a government minister, es- pecially the minister of lauds. Bui it has been stated that nearly 25CUOOO _ acres of these lands have been iaken [received in Winnipeg convey the news up by speculators who are U. D. 13. Ketchen of high prices from would-be, s.ettlers, Winnipeg was twice buried by shells ,yor. and a leading Conservative.! great pleasure in the "appearance of promptly. Several local speakers are While Ihe Conservatives have been Ithe building. to be present. just a HtUe lionet over thft sudden j________________________ turn in their party affairs, the Lib-j erals keep at. work, and Mr. Fisher DO YOU BURN CDAl? The Grace Coal Mine is now prepared to take care ot all orders. PHONE 12SO The duality is the Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS TWICE BURIED BY SHELLS Winnipeg. advices and just Iftnils is (in the JighUug at St. Idol. Just Arrived! New Stock of Hatteries and Electric Fixhires Star Electric Company FIFTH STREET SOUTH, LETHBR1DOE, PHONE 1332. i OPPOSITE ORPHEUM THEATRE ICE Clear as crystal all parts of the City Prices right SATISFACTION GUARANTEEb JOHN BRODIE, PHONE. 710 ;