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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR a Day Hotel in Alberta Pride of Alberta No, Sir, I've No Stale Bread to Throw Out Since Using Taylor- Made. Mother's Favorite A IV 111 I lilt1 I'd for preservi HOOD RIVER STRAWBERRIES h.-ul in (his. scnson iirrivod iliis moniiiiir. Those' tuv I'im-si flavored si nnvbcrrics growji niiv win- re. Price per basket. CUBAN PINEAPPLES idiiiou. rioes eaeh proes eae !ji2.25. Tomorrow. Victoria Day, this shu'c will be closed. Open tonight until 10 P.M. THE GOOD CO, HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES MARKETS RUBBERS! RUBBERS! Extra special Mea's and Women's sandal rubbers, reg. Yl.25r to clear Extra special in at UMBRELLAS! UMBRELLAS, regular to clear 95c WE ALSO HAVE A VERY BiG STOCK OF WOMEN'S t CHILDREN'S RUBBERS, AT THE LOWEST PRICES IN THE CITY. WESTERN MERCANTILE CO. SAM SADOWSKI, PROPRIETOR PHONE 1724 for Quick Delivery We Deliver-to all Part, of the City 605 THIRD AVE. July Ofl...... Barley- May 'May............ 1M jJnly............ 1M lyS'i1 I Winnipeg Cash Prices j i No. 1 Northern 1 No. 2 Northern iNo. 3 Northern i iXo. -2 C. W................. iNo. 3 C. W................... I No. 3 !No. 4 i No. 1 N. W. C............... No. '2 C. W.................. I May JJuly jSent. Chicago Wheat W3V- Minneapolis Wheat 114% WATCH FOE MET110 WONDER PLAYS I BULLETINS 114V 110 !-i 163 160 108% 110 "4 lll'i 1147- 113 Fireworks and Flags for the 24th of May The children will demand fire crackers, rockets, etc.. for Vic- toria Day. and you vill want to display a few flags around your home. Our stock in these Hues are very large and complete, and we can fit you out with your requirements at a very low cost Open till 10.30 night To- Tke Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited CITY AND DISTRICTj Foremost Visitor Leo. Grady of Foremost is a holiday visitor iu the city. Bellevue Man 111 Yesterday's casualty lists contain- ed name of Isaac. Hlllton, of Bellevue as being seriously ill. For Seeding We Offer: Selected Marquis Wheat per bus. White Banner Oats per bus. Gold Coin per bus. Barley per bus. Flax.................... per bus. THE ABOVE IS CLEANED ANO READY FOR SEED Special Prices for quantity lots. Ellison Milling Elevatar Co. Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. Priest a Visitor Rev. Father Van Tighen, former- ly parish priest of St. Patrick's was iu the city yesterday from Tabcr to attend the K. C. celebration. Bond Broker Here 31. Peacock representing A. E. Ames Co., bond brokers, Toronto, was in the city yesterday calling on citv officials. C, O. F. Notice The regular meelin? of the C. O. F. will be held In the K. of P. hall ai S 'p.m. this evening. Special business, iu- itiation and installation of officers. ICE Clear as crystal Delivered to all parts of the City Prices right SATISFACTION GUARANTEED JOHN BKOD1E, PHONE 710 Burdett Man Wounded In the casualties issued at miiims'H ion the the name of David Dick, of Bnrdett appears amongst the wounded. Supt. Land Agencies J. W. .Martin, sllpt. of Dominion land agencies, is in the city today, and will pay a visit to adjoining dlst- i ricts. DO YOU BURN COAL? The Grace Coal Mine is now prepared lo take care of nil PHONE 1250 The quality is the best. Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS GRAIN! Uneqisalled facilities for secur- ing reliable information regard- ing Grain. Frequent quotations. All markets. You are invited to make free use of this service. .Ask- for bids on j-onr oarlots of grain. Private wires to New York, Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Batrd Botterell, Union Bank "Phone 1596. E. L. WYNN, Mgr. GRAIN GROWERS LET TJS HANDLE YOUR GRAIN PROMPT AND EFFICIENT SERVICE. LIBERAL ADVANC- ES AND QUICK SETTLE- MENTS. MAKE YOUR BILLS OF LAD- INS READ: "ADVISE -SAL- BERG GRAIN CO., WINNIPEG, MAN." SALBERG GRAIN COMPANY. J. H. TALLING, LOCAL MANAGER, Lethbridge Business Phone 1580. Residence Phone 572. AUTOIST KILLED Stcttler, Alta'., May C. Shepard, retired physician of Omaha, Nebraska, who owns a lot of land in Red Willow District, was Wednesday afternoon thrown out of his automobile and killed. CAN'T PLAY CARDS Saratoga Springs, May The Methodist General Confer- ence refused today by a vote of 435 to'360 to "remove from the discipline of the church the clause which 'provides, penalty of expul- sion from the church of members who play cards, dance and at- tend the theatre.'...... BURNED TO DEATH Fort William, Ont., May early morning fire this morning which destroyed the home of Jos- eph Charley, an Indian on the Mis- sion Reserve, Mrs. Charley, An- drew, aged 1V -Joseph, 6 years old, and Agnes McCoy, 13 years old, an adopted daughter, were burned to other chil- dren and a woman escaped with their lives in the nick of time. July Sept. i YESTERDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES] I Calgary: Hogs lo 'steers. 5H.25 to JS.15: cows. 54 to S6.5U j heifers, ?5 to sheep, JS.50 to 510. i I Chicago: Hogs. 57.50 to cat-j I He, S4.-IO to lambs, to S12.40. I LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon I Wheat................... Oats Flax.................... Barley Track- prices Wheat................... Oats..................... Flax............. LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 7 to Fat cows. to .7. I killing wethers 9 killing ewes Select hogs, 150.-200. 10. 34 134 46 147 ANNOUNCEMENTS Choice Seed Oats 100% germination, SOcta. a bushel. Seed per ton. P. O. Hyde W- L-- Wilson wishes to announce that the sale 'of household furniture at Capt. Skeltou's residence. 1223 6th i Ave South, will be postponed till i Monday, May 29th. 139-1 .Mrs. Abbie Horspool, Conservatory Graduate, teacher of pianoforte and harmony, announces the opening of! the summer term. Pupils taken in ail j grades, special course given to be-1 ginners. Stu'Jio 1263 lith Are. S. 139-6 DISASTER FOR AUSTRIANS Paris, .May Italian shell has blown up the largest munitions depot at Rovereio, and the town is now in flames, according to a news dispatch from Rome. Several heavy were destroyed by the explosion. Songstresses and Songsters, Too Every singer knows how hard--it is to sing when thett'ar-ial tis- sues are "tight." jREME c ,VELVA loosen them up. Not greasy, quickly absorbed, dain- tily perfumed. There's a sam- ple for you for the asking. he proof is in the Cream." j. D. Higinbolham Co. "Atbert-i's Pionrer Druggists." The Start Wholesale- retail-- chemists TELEPKfNE NO. 322 "Let it be a box of Liggetl's Choc- olates" "Your sweetheart's Sold exclusively by all Rexall Drug Stores. J. D..Higinbotham Co. Lim- ited, Judgment for Plaintiff In Supreme Court this afternoon judgment was reached in the case of Taylor Vs. The Vancouver-Prince Ru- pert Meat Market. Judgment was found for the plaintiff for the amount of the claim, and costs. This was commission claimed by Hush Taylor. Kilties Did Not Leave Owing to the fact that the Sarcee camp is under water the 113th Battal- ion did not leave yesterday as expect- ed They will now wait until further orders. The Q. M.-Sergeant and four men from the 61st Battery are now ion their way to Petawawa and the ireat of the battery leaves shortly. Daylight saving' progressed a stage at today's meeting of the Hoard of Trade council. The petition sent in to the board a week ago on which no ac- tion was taken was presented today. and on a motion being put. 11 were In j favor of darllEkt saving, three against land six did not vote. The vote will I he forwarded tn the city council, and It is left up to them to take action as they may see nt in the of call- Ing ii public meeting 'tu uisciiss the matter. Sentiment In favor of the measure is growing stronger every day. and now that Medicine Hat has taken the plunge, it is likely that Lethbridge will follow suit. All three commissioners look favorably on the scheme. Hat boon favorite yoatt for over a quarter a century: Bread baked with Royal Yoatt will keep tnollt longer than that msulo with any that a full week's .upply ian eailly to made at one BaKIni, and latt loaf will bo jutt as good as the first. MADE IN CANADA EWG1LLETT COMEANY UMTTED TORONTO.. ONT. MONTRi. Ciaims Commiss.ion In Supreme Court this morning the j ca.se of Hugh Taylor vs. the Vancou- Rupert Meat Market, was In progress. This case arose out ot the' non-payment of commissions claimed by Mr. .Taylor On pur- chase by him for the company in June. 1913, of four carloads cE sheep from J. T. Heninger, ot Welling. The case had not been concUided at noon. With Lethbridge Battery Nelson News: J. C. Waldle, son of FRANK (Prom Hie Blairmore Enterprise) Mrs. Marshall Hamilton leaves this week end for her old home in- Now Glasgow, Nova Scotia. Marshall is ac- cepting a position with the C. P. R. Medicine Hat, which he assumes shortly. Messrs Taylor and Blomqviat, lessees of the Union Hotel, have had many important. Improvements and repairs effected, and now have the hotel opened un for business. The old .William Waldie, SOI Stanley Street, _......____ _ 'will leave Tuesday morning to room has been converted into his unit, the Cist battery, Canadian pooi hall. while the former pool field artillery, at Lethbridge. -Mr. Wai- 'die who is 17 years of age, has been enuipped tousorinl parlor is now in charge of a thoroughly experienced and efficient barber. The C. P. R. have a large gang of men employed in the slide loading rock and gravel' on cars for' shipment to different points In Alberta and Sas- katchewan where the railroad bed was undermined by the freshets ot last year. In taking the material from the lide, the company is clearing the way for straightening the road over the slide and reducing considerable, of the steep grade. A powerful steam shovel, rapable ot lifting many tons at a time, s being used. Already several hun- dred carloads of the debris have been Death of Joan Holt The death occurred this morning of Joan Usher Holt, aged 47 years and 8 months, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Holt. The funeral will laKe place tomorrow at three o'clock from the family residence M6 Sth street Interment in public cemetery. OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S RESIDENCE 547 SMITH, MURPHY CO. GROUND FLOOR SHERLOCK BLDG., LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG, MAN, When the soil is bustin' open, And the wheat Is sproutin' Grain Grain Grain Gain through, And the rain comes drirzlin' downward Like a heavy morning dew. There's a heap of satisfaction, Just to see the fresh, green I leaves, And to know waiting To export it o'er the seas. THE PROOF OF T.HE PROFITS IS-IN THE RETURNS." W. K. PORTER. WANAQER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH. Grain Grain Grain Gain Use Your Phone on Rainy Days and Call 772 For Drug Wants HOW IS YOUR SUPPLY OF Tooth Paste, Tostb Rriishea. (Try the Silver- Creams, Candy, (Neiinon's and Soap, from 5c a cake to Stationery, by the pound or pad LOOK THIS UP RIGHT AWAY. THESE ARE THE LETTER WRITING AND PHONE Frank Hedley Drug Co. LETHBRIOGE, ALTA. attending Trinity school at Port Hope. Ont., and was on his way liome for the holidays when be made up nis mind to enlist with the prairie bat- He states that ever since lie was a small boy tile artillery branch of the service had always held a strong 'fascination for him and that when he heard from a fellow passen- ger on the train that the 61st battery was mobilizing at Lethbridge, he made up his mind to stay over in that city and enlist. This ho did, receiving 1 lea've of absence to visit his par-. .lents and will leave Tuesday morning Jerry Carroll, well known local Mr Waldie's uncle character, who owns a farm near Kipp I father's brother, who went to the is lying unconscious at Gait Hospital j front early in the war with a Toronto 3 Austrian miner j battalion, met his death In action last SMEMLI and Mike Chubscu, an oil Tuesday in front of the Dallas hotel. It' alleged that Chu'Ijscti knocked Carroll down, and the latter's head hit the pavement. Whether the skull has been fractured or whether it of z. spent Mskes Presentation After the closing of the Mizpah ____..... lodge on Monday evening last the is concussion of tlie brain the medt- ot "the I. O. O. F. present ral authorities do not know. Carroll j a pleasant, social time in honor has 'been unconscious now for'over [of pro. Qeo. Graham, who is leaving i 4S hours and Ills recovery is doubt- the Gist battery. After refresh- ments had been fully done Justice to ibeen drinking and a row arose over metric! Deputy Bro. Skinner, nothing. Ion behalf of tho Mianah Lodge No. 7'j( read an address of esteem and ap- preciation to JBro. Graham after which he presented him with a handsome military wrist watch suitably en- i MORE MEN THAN WOMEN