Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
'Hi. New Arlington Hotel European/50c up LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best $U5aday hotel inXIberta The Three Mades Canada Lethbridge Taylor in High Grade Goods at Exceptionally Low Prices Qpwn Oage Plum�-In SMrttnrr ttna, all hana pftc^d. !� tins for ...................... $1.00 Bxrtlett P*mrt^~ia SimUAry Uns. i*U (biuid pavKcd per tin ................................ 16c. Qo�dwilll�'* PaaehMKind Qr��n Oatfe*- Per pint botUe ........................ 25c. Anartad Pans Jam*-AH tlnrovR, 16 ox. kIms vnch ................................ aoc. LIbby'a Pork and Beans-Jloclluni sir.o tlus, In Tomato Sftiico, ,2 for ...........-,.........25c. Florida Qrape Fruit-sniuU size, l for..... 25c. Magrath Creamery Butter................. 36c. Breakfast Bacon. Swlft'a-Not the PrGuilum Brand but a ROOd ono for the money. J'rtce par pound............................ 22o Fresh Fiiilts and VcgetabJt�s of all Varieties at Lowest Market prices Office: THE GOOD CO. store: Phone1271 HIGrt^CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 WEATHER IJstUb'ridg*, clear ...... 50 .10 Edmonton, clear ...... 56 �12 .U Saskatoon, clouiiy .... 3S �16 .17 Regino, fair ............ 51 �III Calgary, clear ........ 612 10 Macleod, clear ........ B7 U .10 Medicine Hal, loir . . 66 18 Prince Albert, cloudy B:i 10 Winnipeg, (air ...... 72 :i8 Port .'\rthur. cloudy. -18 U >JeIson ................ B6 11 lowars. Potted Plant*, Vegetables Florists p'l Frache Bros. Don't Drink Muddy Water When you can get Fresh Buttermilk deliveredl to your house at 15c per gallon Phone 1576 Crystal Dairy Limited I C E Delivered Daily to all parts of the city We guarantee to satlafy you regarding your ice supply. BATES 10 Ibi. daily. .1.>&.00 par month 20 Iba. daily____12.50 per month 30 lbs. dally____$3.00 par month Western Transfer Co. Liuiited. PHONE 11�3. Liquor Traffic Liquor Act Open* Cardaton for the Sale of Liquor GOOD BUSINESS The best eridence that good or bad TjueinasB conditions are largely a matter of mental poise, la ube splendid business tbe Canada Life .-Assurance Company is doing. Its policies issued in Canada this year are reported to be' well ahead of those for the same period of 1�H, though there -ftas no *ar a year ago. This record of one of our leading companies should be a most encouraging sifHi to our ibiisiness people generally, . The people of the Cardsioa district need ponder carefully on the prohibition liquor A'Ct which is to be placed before them soon. Th>y should each one obtain a copy of tae \tc. On .suoli occasions the "Thermo's'' is ncvt only a- luxur>'^ it is a necessity. W'e .have them in all forms- Pint and Qurat Bottles Pint and Quart Filters -Metal Lunoh Boxes. School Sets (pints and qt�,) Auto sets Carrying-cases (pts and qts.) Therraocups, (sots) Don't throw away your "TUer-raos" cases as we have all the fittings for their repair. J.D.Higintiotliain&Co. Ltd. Free! Free! Two Cakes Palm Olive Soap with each 50 Cent Jar of Palm Olive Cream or Bottle of Shampoo This ofier for few aj-s only at tlic Frank Hedley Drug Go. DRUGS AND STATIONERY. Lethbridge : : : Alberta. LOCAL MECHANICS MAY BE lAKEN Lefhbrldge mechanics may yet have an opportunity of having their trans, portatiqn paid back to the old land in order that they may aecure employment. Messrs. Bamet and Wyndham, reproaentatlves of the British government to obtain skilled mechanics for the War department, are now on their way west, and will visit Lethbridge as well aa other citlea. The/ will take this matter up with the local author!-tiea and labor men. The labor men here have been preparing a petition along these lines for presentation to the Ottawa government. Something Different, Something Better ELLISON'S SPECIALS CRUSHED OATS AND CORN Your lioj-.so.s -will work better on it. ..... .$-10.00 per ton JIJXED CORN CHOP Fine ground. Best on the iiiarkel, for Hogs. , .$;J1.00 per ton SAMPLES EURXISHED ON REQUEST Call, AVrite, or Thoue. Ellison Milling and Elevator Co.. Limited Lethliridge, AUierta. Keep Your Eyes on This Space for Future Announcement ? >: : ? ? > ; ? * ? :� MICHAEL O'LEARY KILLED "ONE SPOONFUL ENOUGH" SAYS DRUGGIST J .D. Higinbotham & Co., Iwmit�d, druggials. slate that tho siiaple "mixture ot buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc, known as Adier-l-ka, is causing great surprlae because ju�t ONB SPOON-PULi relievas conatipatlon, sour or gassy stomaoh alniost IMMBDIATfi-I..Y. It i� so thort>�gh a bowel cleanser that it is uaed successfully in appendicitis. AdVer-I-ka acts on BOTTt lower aiid upper bowel aad the INSTANT effect la astonishing. It never gripes and is perfectly safe to use. THE BULLETIN BOARD Notiaea for this Column ahauld raaoh thia Offleo kafcra 1S o'clock neon on the day of publication . The regular meeting of the Canadian Order of Foresters, K. P. hall, at 8 p.m. tonight. Important business. HAIL INSURANCE THE FARMERS' MUTUAL HAIL ASSOCIATION OF IOWA is au association of farmers organized to save its members money by getting their insurance at cost. Slock Companies are organized to make money for the fitockholders. According to reports tiled with the Alberta Govfimmenl our Company P*Id more losses to its members In Alberta, In 1914, than the five , other largest companies combined, and at a coat of only SIX PER CENT. Th� asseasmentis liot due until October. Write or phone us for lull jnfonnatlon. M.P/Johnston & Company ALBERTA �LOCK Anti-Prohibltlon Meeting Under the auspices of the Brewery Workers' association, a public meeting was held in the aew hall, Pincher City, the 2()th Inst., when an address was delivered by Jthn Loughran, secretary ot the Beaver Mines branch ot the U.M.W, of A. \Vm, Darner occu-piei the chair, and announced that questions would be answered and dia-ousaion invited at the close of the address. The audience, which was fairly large and composed ot both sees, listened attentively while the speaker dissected the act. Speak on Irrigation At the meeting of the' Board of Trade Fridav evening at 8 o'clock, in the King's Hotel, Mr, W, H. Fairfield will sneak on the comparison of Fort Collins, Cel., with LethbHdge. .Mr. Fairfield came trom Fort Collins, and will be in a position to give a very Intelligent comparison. Other speakers win he Mr. S. S. Dunham and Mr. Marnoch. Matters ot general interest to the community, and more particularly that of irrigation and its relation to the city's development will be discussed. It is hoped that there will be a large attendance. Lieut. Pratt Visits Here Uleut. James Pratt, formerly assistant-general agent of the .Vllan line, spent yesterday visiting in the city, before leaving for the front. He left last night for Winnipeg, where he is attached to an infantry regiment. London. May 27.-A report reaching here from Dublin says that Lance-Corporal Jlichael O'-Leary, of the British Guards, one of the bect-kuown winners of the Victoria Cross in this war, was killed during the last battle on the western front. >: ? < ? CANADIAN PAOIFI General Change of Train Service "'EFFECTIVE MAY 31, 1916 Full Particulars from all Local Agents SPECIAL NOTE:-Trains one and two, "Imperial Limited" will not carry day coaches between Winnipeg and Bevelstoke and only passengers holding"" sleeping- car accommodation can travel between these and intervenlag points on these trains. DISTRICT PASSENGER* AGENT, CALGARY WE HAVE Lathbridgc. At the Men'* Own .' The open session ot the Men's Own last Sunday afternoon was the occasion of an address on a topic never before introduced aiul discussed. The Rev. Victor Howie, M.A., B.D., of Coal-dale, treated his audience to a i"ery fine illustrated blackboard talk upon the science ot astronomy, and although the nature of the study is largely foreign to the average raind, it was self-uvldent by thu close interest given to ! the speaker that the hicturo was pro- ' (lucfive ot an e.xtreme cui'iosit.y. and a gretit deal in connection with the sol- ' ence which Is myaterlous to the inau on the street, received a clearer oon- , ceplion, as the address proceeded. A pianoforte solo by younii" Mlaa Qlan I ville and a vocal ' �" * Miller increased afternoon. !al contrib.utjw\J�'oro Mr. led #eiln|j�'i'|Bfl 9t the MOVED Into Our New Store, 317 6th St. S. Next the Herald . A McKILLOP Co.