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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beit a Day Hotel in Alberta Pride of Alberta The Flow erst hat Bloom, j in the Spring are out- j classed by the Flour's that Bloom all the year Taylor-made. Mother's Favorite HOOD RIVER STRAWBERRIES The first hiul in iliis sctisun arrived lliis nioniiiiii'. Those arc iiiiiUiiililedlv ihe I'inesl vored si rawherricjK grown any where.. I'rice Jiia.sKei, '2'n: CUBAN PINEAPPLES A re now in line condiiiim. prices cadi -5c JJOc Orders. fur hooked per Tomorrow. Victoria Day. this store will lie closed. Open tonight until ,101'. .M. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 1ARKET! WKATIIEH Ice Cream Sodas and Sundaes Unless all signs fail we'll have a hot summer. Remember that our fountain is-the coolest spot in the town for solid or liquid refrigeration. We serve you with the purest, smoothest, and rich- est of ice cream, also delicious tasty Sodds and Sundaes, Every- thing clean and and j.vith us. Jackson Co. DISPENSING CHEMISTS, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES !l-'v4 M: -li: October............ II) 10! .May___ i October Jlay i .May i.luly i October 45 39', I WINNIPEG CASH PRICES N'o. 1 Nor.. IK'.' No. 3. Nor.. .10S iNo. 2 C. No. 3....... No. 4 C. W. Xo. J......... No. Xo. Nor.. 1121 4 Nor... 103 Your lee Cream Is Here for You WHETHER you boy it by the Irkfc, pint, quart or yal. Jan, W9 xrili gUdly deliver it to jou. Jont 'phoiM us year or- der end let us send you around soir.e of thU Wholesome DaiicioGa ICE CREAM. Don't sfiv that all ICE CREAM taates alike, be. cause it doea net entirely because we use fresh fruit Savor and pure rich creais. :hat makes it taiu olffer- the way Ka make Trv K readily B tad you will is Uia differ- -The- CrystalDeiry Phone 1576 GRAIN GROWERS LET US HANDLE lO'UHGKAIX. PROMPT AND EFFICIENT SERVICE. LIBERAL ADVANC- ES AND QUICK SETTLE- MENTS. MAKE YOUR BILLS L4D- INS .READ: "ADVISE SAL- BERO GRAIN CO., WINNIPEG, MAN." SALBERG GRAIN COMPANY. J. H. TALLING, LOCAL MANAGER, Lethbridge Bus ness Phone 1580. Residence Phone 572. Meek in tbe Cburcbes May July September i.luly i Seiite i'-i, lOTfc IGS-s MINNEAPOLIS Fireworks and Flags for the 24th of May The children will demand fire crackers, rockets, etc., for Vic- toria Day, and you will want to display a few flans- around your home. Our stock in these lines are very large and complete, and we can fit you out wit h your requirements at a very low cost Open till.UKSO To- night Tke Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited .til .44 Le th bridge, rain E-lmonton. cloudy ___ Calgary, fair 48 38 .06 j ilacleod. uain Medicine Hat, rain Saskatoon, cloudy ___ Swift Current, cloudy, Regina. cloudy Moosejaw cloudy cloudy Xelson The weather over the. prairie inces has been mostly cloudy with rains general in each province. Forecast: Manitoba and Saskatche- wan, a few showers today but partly fair and cool. Wednesday fair, not much change in temperature. and cool today- and I on Wednesday. j For Seeding We Offer: Selected Martinis per bus. White Banner Oats oOc per bus. Gold Coin per bus. Barley per bus. per bus. THE ABOVE IS CLEANED AND READY FOR SEED Special Pi-ices for 'quantity lots. Ellison Milling Elevator Co, Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. CITY AND DISTRICT Board of Trade Luncheon j The regular luncheon of the board of trade will hs held on Thursday at j p.m. at the Loihbrldge hotel. I Just Arrived! Stock of Flashlights, Batteries and Electric Fixtures Star Electric Company 409 FIFTH STREET SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE, PHONE 1332. OPPOSITE ORPHEUM THEATRE I Moose Meeting j The Loyal Order of Moose will meet tonight at S o'clock iii the Moose hall. Land Man Here C. K. Deinerriu of the C. P. H. laml department at Calgary is in the city j connection with the ready-made i CITY OF WORKS DEPARTMENT farm colony at Coaldale. At St Mary's ai K p.m., service of inter- Friday cession. At St. Cyprian's Tuesday at S p.m. adult oihle class i meet for discussion. -Wednesday at S p.m. intercessiohal service, Thursday at 3 p.m., women's auxiliary. Friday! at S.3U choir, practice. St Andrew's The picnic arranged for tomorrow by the Indies' Aid of St. Andrews 'church, "has been postponed owing to the unfavorable weather. to sii Red Cross sewing in the class room of the church. Thursday at S p.m.. choir at 7.30, intermediate Christian Eladeairor. "At Knox Owing-to-the.fact that Wednesday is a holiday the risking of the pastor on that day has been cancelled. There -TTm be no prayer meeting on Wednes- day night owing to the musical fes- tival. .At Westminster i Tuesday at 7.30 Queens of Aveloh.j Wednesday at S p.m.. grayer -service. 1 Continuation of .the subject "Restbr-i ation of the Jews to Palestine." On' Thursday at 3 p. in. W. M. S.. in the church, address by Mrs. R. E. Skeith. Refreshments will be served. At Wesley The mid-week prayer service has been withdrawn owing to the musi- cal festival. At Christian The weekly ;prayer meeting has been postponed from Wednesday j night until Friday night. At Scientist .Wednesday at .S p. m. testimony j meeting. I At Pentecostal Mission j Tuesday at 8 p.m. prayer and the word. Thursday at S p.m. j wait! n _ Holy Ghost. MONDAY'S PRICES Calgary: Hogs S9.S5 to i j steers, 3tJ.25 to SS.lii: cows, to j 1 36.50; heifers, 35.HH to SS.5U lo i Chicago: Hogs, ST.'iO cat-! tie, ?4.40-to 311.25; Iambs, 3b' to ?U'.90 i LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN Wagon prices- Wheat I Oals :Flax.............. Barley Track prices Wheat............. Oats.............. (Flax r.4 34 LIVESTOCK RRICES Choicre 7 to Fat cows, GVi to 7. killing wethers killing ewes Select hogs, 150-200 tbs. 10. Winter Is -Slill Lingering AND TELL YOU tHAT Rexall Cherry Bark Cough Syrup will give "relief frohT'deep-seat- ed, irritating coughs we believe we are also teeing ihe absolute truth. -f ami what is more, we that Rexall Cherry Bark Cough Syrup will do all that we claim and be- cause we are so sure we guar- antee it tf. the fullest extent. Buy a give it a thor- ough trial and then if you are noi satisfied come and tell us and we will give you back your money. Rexall 'Cherry Bark Cough Syrup is Sold only at the Rexall Store 50c and Y J. D. Higiflbolham Co. "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists." The %a2 Stort Wholesale ar.A retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 Oil Man Here 0. Cr. of tlie moving spirits behinti the United Oil ing at' Foremost arrived in the city last night from Calgary and; Avent 10 Foremost to the well. f Back at Desk j Fred Slieppard who has lieen ill f with typhoid for nearly three months is back ut his desk at the Alexandra j hotel today looking none the worse i for liis illness., -FINAL NOTICE' AM citizens needing water for spri'ikling purposes must pay the lawn rate before uslnfl the watur, otherwise It will be shut off without notice. Hours for watering: to 8 o'clock; to Iff o'clock. Notice to Elks who attend the boxing bout tonight will he seated together if they will inform the ticket seller .that they belong to the clan. A, block of seats will be reserved. 00 YOU 6URH COAL? The Grace Coal Mine is now prepared to take cars of ail orders. PHONE 125O The quality is the best. Delivered, ton At mine.'... 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS Outlook Better I 'Hon. A. J. McLean was in the city over'night and says the outlook in) Choice Seed Oais the country is a little better than i 100% gcnmtiation, SOcts. a bushel. people realize. Comes Here to Live Howell Harris who has been farm- ing and ranching near Ronolane has come to Lethbridge to live. It ig .understood he has a deal about clos- ed whereby he sells his ranch and j stock. Seed potatoes ton. P. O. Hyclu ICE Clear as crystal Delivered to all parts of the City Prices right SATISFACTION GUARANTEED C JOHN BKODIE, PHONE 710 Farmers in Town Owing to the wet weather the far- mers from the outlying districts are i coming to.the city in great numbers! today, many of them with ihc inten- j tion of remaining for thu musical fes- tival. BORN About 20 Knights of Columbus ar- rived -this afternpn on the train from Great Falls to take part in the big I K, C. celebration here tomorrow when some 75 or 80 candidates will he in- i itiated into the order. Tonight abb.it i 50 members of.the order will arrive I from Calgary while several are pecteil up from Medicine "Hat. In all visiting Knights are expect- lo be on hand. I The degree conferring ceremony on God for the Ba'ptlsm of tlie j will-be held in the Metals building, on Second avenue south, while the big bamiuct in evening will be held to Capt. and ;Mr.s. Me- on Monda-v- son- Mr; and Brai.dow. on Sunday, May, flaiighter. A Generous Contribution W. A. Buchanan M. P., has just for- warded a contribution of from I the Lethbridge teachers and relief as- sociation, to" the .headquarters of the Belgian Relief Fund in Montreal, WATCH TOR METRO WONDER PLAVK at the K. P. Hall. OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S RESIDENCE 547 SMITH, MURPHY CO. G' Grain GROUNO FLOOR SHERLOCK BUILDING, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG, MAN YOUR GRAIN' CONSIGNMENTS WILL BE PROPERLY HANDLED IF YOU BILL YOUR VISE: SMITH, MURPHY CO. "THE PROOF OF THE PROFITS IS IN THE RETURNS." Grain Gain W. K. PORTER. MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH. Wounded for a second time on the battle front at Ypres. Robert Johnson, formerly Lethbridgfi man, and a bro- ther of. Alex Johnson, of the N'orlh is now in a hospital in Kngland suffering the loss of one of his eyes, blown on', by a shell. Robert Johnson went from Leth- bridge some years ago to the coast, where he eniisLsd with the Canadian Scottish. He wa.s wounded a year ago jat Ypres, and back to. the firing' Hne some time ago. Just aS he was coming out of hfa trench the latter part, of lant month, -a exploded ticar him, blowing out his eye, MADE IN CANADA OF IT3 For making loap. For washing dfthos, for cleaning ar.d dlslnftoctittc For rftffiovlna ordinary tfcnt fram drain ilnKt. E.W.OILLETT COM PA NT LIMITED 00 Trouble With Telephones The storm yesterday put a crimp in'some of the long distance telephone lines around Lefhbritjye according to Local Manager McElyea. South of the city eleven on one long dis- tance line went down under the weight of the heavy snow and west of-the city another span of 11 poles broke under the strain. hi the city Uie wet snow stuck to the cables and ferreted outMhe weak joints. put- Mrs. C. E. ting about 50 telephones out of com- mission temporarily. The lines will all be in operation again today. Organize Tennis Club A tennis club in connection with St. Cyprian's church was formed last an enthusiastic meeting of members and attendants of the church A membership fee of ?i.OO for men ami 50 cents for ladies was decided iipon. Courts will be erected immed- iately in the vicinity of the church. Attendants of the church wishing to join the club are asked to phone the! rector, number 703. The following officers were elected: President, Can-' !on McMlllen: II. Tuffs.; secretary-treasurer. fc'iicri; ment committee, K. H. Jackson. Mrs., G. and MJKH 1C. ijouilon. Go With 13th p.M.R. i Yesterday thfirc city en route to Mciiic-im; Hut six ttal-! wart eowpumihc-rs U.c Mclntyrs: ranch who recently joined l-Uhj W. M. ft.. Tim men wcru Mossrs. Jou I and .Mm Kogen, O. Miller, Camp-i boll, Swallow and Ualton. Last Fri-i day night the given a semi-j off at homo of Mr. and Mr.i, John Taylor, one of old ranclierflyif thej (iiEtiii't. Vherfs was a feed and' I dance which was not concluded till tiio early nexl. -morning. Mr, Taylor expressed the jjood wishen o; Ihr. I'.pofflo of the district to (he told them they were leaving (o fight in a good cause nnrl hoped they would return covered glory. Mr. Mil- ler replying thanked their host and hostess for their kindness and snfd'he knew the sentiments expressed by Taylor would put spirit into Jhe boys when thij> go up against the Huns. A Ford Car bought part by part costs only more than the list price of the complete ear as against more for the parts of the average car priced around and less. iind above Ihe list price of tile cat- itself, for enough spare parts f Ib build the average touring ear priced around and less. over and above Ihe list priee. of the ear itself, for enough spare parts lo build a Ford louring oar complete. DillerejieeTn purl by part And remember, both by laboratory lesls and actual service tests, the parts of a Kurd car proved Mieniselves superior, parl by part, lov those any oilier ear. Don't Ihe.se.figures3drive home what is.meant Ijy Ihe low upkeep eosl of the Ford? The Ford Garage 1232 3rd Avenue'South. Ford Runabout Ford Touring 530 Ford Coupelet 730. Ford-Sedan .890 Ford Town Car 780 o, b. Ford) Oritarjo All cars completely equipped, including electric headlights. Equipment does not include ;