Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT tr> v Vt T T T3 A T i jtiBKiDGE DAILY HLKALU HOTEL WINDSOR Beit a Day Hotel in Alberta Sir, I've No to Throw Using Mot PHONE US YOUR WEEK END GROCERY ORDER And Get Good Goods at Reasonable Prices HOOD RIVER STRAWBERRIES, fxpeetcil I" UK- imiriiinp. optionally line flavor. '2 bnski-is for 45c ARKANSAS STRAWBERRIES, uunrts..... 25j FRESH RHUBARB. Ibs. fur 25c RIPE TOMATOES, per Hi................ 20e FHESH CELERY. Mis. for GREEN ONIONS. '2 bunches for............. 5c RADISHES. for 10c CALIFORNIA CHERRIES. Hlack Kpnublinin or Idi.Viil Aims, IIIT 40c FRESH PINEAPPLES, eni-h 25c i 30c VALENCIA ORANGES, extra lot, regular Sllc on sale at per .LEMONS, large per ilozen 25c COMB HONEY, per section 25c CHRISTIE'S CHERRY CAKE, fresh in. res- nlnr 40c a Ib.. spprinl per lit............. 30c CHRISTIE'S PEEL CAKE, special per Ib. 25c MACARONI, l.ethbrUlgc made. In bulk. Hi. 10c PEANUT BUTTER, bulk, per Ib............ 30c OLIVES, bulk, per pint...................... 25c SWEET MIXED PICKLES, per pint 20c CHOW CHOW, por pint................... 20c DILLS, per dozen 20c MINCE MEAT, per Ib...................... 15c MAGRATH CREAMERY BUTTER, 2 Ibs. 75o FINEST DAIRY BUTTER, per Ib......... 35c ROAST PORK AND DRESSING, par Ib. We BOILED HAM, per Ib...................... 40c CORNED BEEF, por Ib. MINCED LUNCHEON COOKED 25c OX TONGUE, per Ib....................... 60c PICNIC HAMS, Swift's medium size, whole lianis, per Ib............................. 2-le PEAMEALED COTTAGE ROLLS, sliced Ib. WHOLE OR HALF, per Ib THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S' RESIDENCE 547 SMITH, MURPHY CO, GROUND FLOOR SHERLOCK BLDG., LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG, MAN. Grain Grain MARKETS FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES' uam Gain IF WE COULD MAKE OUR SERVICE MORE COMPLETE WE WOULD DO so. IT is YOUR PRIVILEGE TO USE THAT SERVICE BY BILLING YOUR CARS. ''ADVISE SMITH- MURPHY CO." Grain Grain I .May !july..... ;0ct...... i ijlay..... July..... !CIM...... I 1 May..... oam Gain "THE PROOF OF THE PROFITS IS IN THE RETURNS." W. K. PORTER. MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH. Open 114'i lll'i 48-..: 46 I 40 NOT COMING TO U. S. Berlin, May via London, May rumor in circula- tion abroad that Prince Von Bue- iow, former German chancellor, is going on a special mission to Washington, is officially denied here. KILTIE CONCERT Since the Kilties will still'be in Lethbridge on Sunday the usual Sunday evening band concert will be given in the Majestic theatre. commencing at 9 o'clock. MBV July............ 15S Oct............. Winnipeg Cash Prices Xo. 1 Northern Xo. 2 Northern No. o Nonhern Oats- No. -1 C. W.................. No. 3 C. W.................. i jPeeii [Rejected (No. 1 N. W. C.............. ;NO. c. w.................. I Chicago Wheat (Sept. Illi's I 11016 46% Our WeekEnd Specials For This Week Are Exceptionally Low! __ RUBBERS! RUBBERS! 45c Estra special Men's and sandal rubbers, reg. 51.-85, to clear UMBRELLAS! S1.75, to clear 95c WE A VERY. BUS-STOCK OF MEN'S, WOMEN'S i CHILDRSN'8 THE LOWEST PRICES IN THE CITY. MEN'S SUITS A big stock.of MEN'S special for Saturday men's light or dark grey, well worth A-i j nr> 525.00 for You will sure buy one if you sec them. GROCERY SPECIALS 38c 35c ?0c 25c 18c (Crown Brand) CORN ..SYRUP, 5 Ib: pail LILY WHITE, 2 Ib. tins 2 for DOMINION MOLASSES, 'A ID. tin............. SOCKEYE SALMON, large tin B. C. RED SALMON large tin DOMESTIC SARDINES, per tin Van Camp's SOUPS as- op sortiHl, 2 tins PUMPKIN, Ib. tins ,5c 2 for 25c CREAM OF WHEAT, on per package iUC CUAKER OATS, per package ZDC JAMS, Strawberry, Raspberry, Black Currant, Red Currant, Peach, Apricot and Plum, ..guaranteed pure wr per tin.............. SHERIFF JELLY POWDERS, all flavors, o per doz............. O3C SUNLIGHT SOAP, nn 33 bars tor....... FRENCH CASTILE K barn for Apples! :ROME rerv best condition 7A box 20 LB. SACK B. C .GRANU- LATED SUOAR, with a grocerj- order WESTERN MERCANTILE CO. SAM SADOWSKI, PROPRIETOR PHQNE 1724 for Quick Delivery We Deliver to all Parts of the City S06 THIRD AVE. SOUTH jilay ijuly Minneapolis Wheat The Charm of a Clear Complexion Appeals to every woman. She should also know tbat it is eas- ier to protect a good com- plexion than it is to build up a bad one. Hovvtjvar." bv the use of NY. ALS' FACE CREAM and NY- AL'S MASSAGE CREAM, a good complexion is easily retained, and with n littio (rare a iioor complexion can easily be made good. Xyal's- Face Cream oOc a jar Xyal's Massage Cream, 25c a jar The Red Cross Drag Book.-Co., Limited WEATHER Leihbriilgc. fair 43 Edmonton, fair nS Cal.eary. fair SO Medicine Hat. cloudy ,42 Macleod, cloudy 40 41! .01 .01 .10 For Seeding We Offer: Marquis per IMIS. While Riiiiner Oats 50c per bus. Gold Coin Oats per bus. Barley per bus. Flax..................... per. bus. THE ABOVE IS CLEANED AND READY FOR SEED Special Prices for quantity lots. Ellison milling Elevator Co. Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. '.Moose Jaw, cloudy Saskatoon, rain 47 35 .72 Broadview, clear li'i Ilii 1.00 Brandon, cloudy 5S 4S .17 cloudy Ii2 47 l.SS Winnipeg, rain 63 Red Deer, cloudy tKl 32 .Sp j Swift Current, cloudy 3d 34 .50 Regina, cloudy........ 45 43 .80 Emerson, cloudy til 51 .'In The weather 1ms been mostly cloudy with rain over entire wesi. Forecast Manitoba and and showery today, clearing on Sat- i urday. few scattered showers, but mostly fair and cool; Saturday fair with higher temperature. CITY AND DISTRICT H. B. Co. Commissioner H. B. Burbidge, Hudson's Bay Co, Stores Commissioner, is in the city today visiting the local branch. Gueit in Winnipeg C. P. Conybeare of Leihbridge was a guest at the Royal Alexandra hotel j on .Monday of this week. 114U .YESTERDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES to ;3ieers to SS.15; COIVK ?4.00 to ;.S7.00; heifers ?5.00 to to ,'eattle 54.40 to lambs SB.no tn LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon prices- Wheat 36 Oats............ j....... 34 Flax.................... 134 Barley 46 Track prices Wheat Oats 3874 Flax..............T 14751 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers. 7 to Kat cows. to 7. killing wethers killing eives Ste. Select hogs, 150-200 Ibs. GRAIN GROWERS LEI1 US HANDLE YOUR GRAIN PROMPT EFFICIENT SERVICE. LIBERAL ADVANC- ES AND QUICK SETTLE- MENTS. MAKE YOUR BILLS OP LAD- ING READ: "ADVISE SAL- BERG GRAIN CO., WINNIPEG, MAN." HALBERG GRAIN COMPANY, J. H. TALLING, LOCAL MANAGER, Lethbridge Bwainess Phone 1580. Residence Phone 572. Cadbury's Chocolates King George Chocolates, Queen Mary Chocolates, Son-Sons De Luxe, Chocolate Marsh ma I lows, Bournville Chocolates, Mexican Chocolates, Bournville Cocoa, (Quarter and half Etc., Etc. Just arrived, fresh CONFECTIONERS' "TO THE ROYAL HOUSEHOLD. J. D. Higiobotham Co. Limited "Alberta's Pioneer Druaglsts." Tke Wholesale and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO; 322 Home Guard There will be no Home- Guard I drill this evening on accpunt of the weather. Drill Monday night at S j harp, weather permitting. Officer Commanding. Resigns from Shelter j Miss Dainty, who for two years has I been the capable matron of the Child-! ren's Shelter, has resigned her pos- ition to take effect Junel, A successor j will 'be appointed" immediately. Live Stock Shipments The P. Burns Co., Lethbridge, ship- ped from Milk 'River a car of cattle and one of hogs. They also bought from R. V. Bradsliaw, Magrath head of sheep for immediate delivery and 300 head from C. 5. Crest. Nature Knows, She Demands Bread! ------You never miss the water till the well runs dry. An old and a irue saying. Did tho significance this saying ever strike you when you sat down to a meal and found there was no bread in the house? ------The fact of the matter is that nature can be trusted to know what is good for the health and nature de- mands that the human body be sup- plied with good bread three times a day. You should be very careful that the bread you use is the very best bread you can procure. There Is no dif- ference in cost between good bread and poor bread, ill en why pay out your good money for an inferior article? We have a reputation for making good bread and it is our con- stant aim to add to that good name of QUAKER BREAD by ever striving to make good bread better. order. Phona 378 and it wilt be at- tended to. John Gilmore The Baker Buys Valuable Piano ilr. Geo. Fleming, winner of the gold medal for baritone solo and other i high awards in the Alberta Musical Festival has purchased the Heintzaian Co. grand piano used on this occas- ion. Old Timer Dead The death occurred In the citv J.J. St. Paul, Minn., May Mayo, .the famous surgeon of Rochester, .Wednesday of Andrew Olsen, a Blair- ha, beeil brougnt more old timer, aged a5 years. was a quarryman by occiipat- ti. The funeral'was held yesterday from Hurst's Undertaking Parlors. Hev. C. Grant of the Lutheran church officiating. Deceased hag only one rel- ative in. Canada, a nephew, Olaf Er- ickaon. (train tu the bedside J. J. Hill here. Louis Hill denies that his father's con- ICE Clear ae crystal Delivered to al! parts of the City Prices right SATISFACTION JOHN BRODIE, PHONE 710 FREE Did You Get Yours? AVc iignin ihakc the FREE Moth and Dust Proof Bag offer for iSaturdav. Any article bought from our 25c entitles you to this big bag free. Don't forget to for it at Frank Medley Drug (Jo, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA, T ditiou aeHous and the inference that Dr iMayo 4-'' WHIST DRIVE THE DAUGHTERS A MAIDS OF ENGLAND WILL GIVE A WHIST DRIVE Tuesday. May 30th AT 8.15 P.M. IN S.O.B.HALL PART PROCEEDS TO RED' CROSS FUND. Stove Case Settled 'In Supreme Court this .morning be- fore Mr. Justice Ives the case of "lira. Hodgkins vs. Jenkins artd the Can- anda Malleable Steel Range Co. was settled. This case arose out, of the forcible seizure of a stove bought by the plaintiff from the defendant com- pany o' which .lenklns is agent here. The-agent entered the residence or j the plaintiff in .March, 1915 against I her consent and removed the stove. She claims damages-as a result of breakdown caused -by the excitement. ID Mis Lordship dis- .missed, the case againwt the defendant coniiian'y without coats, but gave judg-1 ment gainst Jenkins to ine extent of j and for medical fees. AH for the costs there was a set off between (he costs of the action in the District Court and Supreme Court. The case should never have been brought to the Supreme Court, the court said. ANNOUNCEMENTS Choice Seed Oats 100% germination, 50cts. a bushel. Seed potatoes per ton. P. O. Hyde from-tviiat be said is iias been brought to St? Paul in case an operation on the nged railroad magnate is deemed necesary. Mr. Hill is 78 years old. Leave Calgary The S9th Battalion., of .Calgary. -In command of Nasmyth. has left that city for east. Still Unconicious Jerry Carroll, who was the victim of an alleged assault on Tuesday by Alike still lies unconscious in the Gait hospital, and jt seems very doubtful whether-he will recover. He has.now been in an unconscious state for more than 72 hours. DO YOU BURN COAL? The Grace Coal Mine Is now prepared to take care of all orders. PHONE 125O The quality li the ben. Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS Boulton's Auto Livery FARE TO ANY PART OF THE 50c 2.'6R 3 PASSENGERS CHILDREN FREE. HURRY CALLS during the night irt our apecjalty. We meet trains. OUR OPEN CARS ARE HANDLED BY CAREFUL DRIVERS WE AIM TO PLEASE OUR CUSTOMERS. ASK FOR RATES riione Day orMglit.