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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT THi IT V DAILY HO TEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta of Maid Fit For a Queen he ite t Say, Men! Why Must Your Wife Bake! THE WARM WEATHER IS APPROACHING AND YOU CAN DO A FEW THINGS THAT WILL MEAN MORE TO "HER" T H A N 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 1175 AND THE RIG-WILL CALL N..J. SCHWEITZER, PROP, OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S RESIDENCE 547 SMITH, MURPHY CO. 'GROUND-FLOOR SHERLOCK BLDG., LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG, .MAN. Grain Grain Grain Gain There's many a slip -twixt cup ind tip, And many a man has made them, But bill your ears, advise Smith- Murphy, And you'll always evade them. Grain Grain Grain Gain "THE PROOF OF THE PROFITS IS IN THE RETURNS." W. K. PORTER. MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH. TURCOTTE RETURNS "London, May Canadian pri- soner bes'des G. D. Drew, of the 29lh battalion, who reached England from Germany yesterday in a party of 100 exchanged men. has now been defi- nitely identified as Private (SOOOfi) Turcotte. Information as to returned prisoners' .whereabouts in England is denied.- attempts to locate them and obtain some account their ex- Beriences IB prohibited. REPORT THAT GREEK I CABINET HAS QUfT I London, May to" a 1 dispatch from Rome, the Athens cor- j respondent of (He Agenzia Rationales I reports, that the Greek cabinet has Iresigned. Xo confirmation of the-re- j port has been received. H is expected that there will be r, bitter fight on church union at the Presbyterian General Assembly, PHONE US YOUR WEEK END GROCERY ORDER And Get Good Goods at Reasonable Prices HQOD RIVER STRAWBERRIES, expected In tin; uuiniins- fim> fluvor, 2 baskets for............................ ARKANSAS STRAWBERRIES. 25j, FRESH RHUBARB, r. His. f.-r ..............85c RIPE TOMATOES, per 111................ 20o FRESH CELERY, i Ibs. fur 25i. GREEN ONIONS. _ Ir.inclit-R tor............. 5c RADISHES. S bmiclll-s tor................. 10c CALIFORNIA CHERRIES. Black or Royal Anns. IICT Ib................... 40c FRESH PINEAPPLES, each 25c-i 30c VALENCIA ORANGES, extra lot. regular SOc ou sale at jier dozen LEMONS, size, per dozen........... 25c COMB KONEY. per section 25c CHRISTIE'S CHERRY CAKE, fresh in. ref- iilar a Ib.. special per 30c CHRISTIE'S PEEL CAKE, special per Ib. 25c imul.i, in bulk. Ib. lOc PEANUT BUTTER, bulk, per Ib............ 30c OLIVES, btllk. per pint .....................25c SWEET MIXED PICKLES, per pint 20o CHOW CHOW, per pint. 20c DILLS, per dozen......................... 20o MINCE MEAT, per 111...................... 15c MAGRATH CREAMERY BUTTER, 2 Ibs. 75c FINEST DAIRY BUTTER, per" Ib.....----- 35c ROAST PORK AND DRESSING, pier Ib. 40c BOILED HAM, per Ib...................... 40c CORNED BEEF, per Ib. MINCED LUNCHEON COOKED MEAT.....25c OX TONGUE, per Ib....................... 60c PICNIC HAMS, Swift's medium size, whole hams, per Ib............................. IMe PEAMEALED COTTAGE ROLLS, sliced 30c WHOLE OR HALF, per 27c THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 525 MARKETS SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES y.'iriniueic. May and closing prices on the grain exchanges were: Wheat- May July Oct.......... I May I.r uly I Oct. I 1 -vj--- I" Flax- May I July f........ {Oct. i Winnipeg Cash Prices j i No. I Northern j No. ii Northern No. 3 Northern i I No. 2 C. W................. i No. 3 C. W............ 1 N. W. C. !No. 2.. C. Chicago Wheat 11H4 167 167 164 107% 46% i "May iJuly iSept Hay July Sept. Minneapolis Wheat The Charm of a Clear Complexion Appeals to every woman. She should also know that it is eas- ier to protect u good com- plexion than it is to build up a bad one-. Uov.oycr, bvthe use of NY- ALS' FACE CREAM and NY- AL'S MASSAGE CREAM, :i good complexion is easily rct.aiiieil, and -with a little rare a poor complexion can easily lie made good. Face Cream Nyal's Massage Creaiii, 25c a jar The Red Gross Drig Book r Co., Limited WEATHER Letlibridge, fair ___ Kamloops, fiiir...... Si) Edmonton, cloudy 3- Swift Curreiit, fair .51 Ileeirm, cloudy 4J> Prince Albert, .cloudy 4f fcioiersoii, clear G'-'> Port Arthur, clnudy ..-IS 12 Nelson 1- j.Red Deer, fair 58 3S Calgary, fair....... 40 :iS Medicine Hat, fair 3S j Macleort cloudy fi_ 11 iloose Jaw, cloudy Saskatoon, raiu Baltleford. cloudy -IS Brandon, cloudy iiS 4'J Winnipeg., fair fiS -10 For Seeding We Offer: Sdwled Marquis per bus. White Banner Outs 50c per-, bus. Gold Coin per ..bus.; Barley.............. per bus. Flax................ per x THE ABOVE IS CLEANED AND READY FOR SEED Special Prices for quantity lots. Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. CITY AND DISTRICT Tabcr Visitor Geo. C. Millar, clerk of tile town of Tuber, is in the city on a business visit. 116 115 FRIDAY LIVESTOCK. PRICES Calgary Hogs. 5S.S5 to i steers, to SS.15; cows, ?4.00 to ?7.00; heifers, to 57.50 to cat- ile.. 54.40 to 511.2.5; lambs, ?6.00 to LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon TVheat..................... 96 Oats 34 Flax.................... 134 Barley 16 Track prices Wheat.................... Oats SSty Flax.................... 150% LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice 7 to Fat cows, to 7. killing wethers 914 killing ewes Select hogs, 150-200 IDs. D'i- GRAIN GROWERS LET US HANDLE YOUR 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." SALBERG GRAIN COMPANY, J. H. TALLING, LOCAL MANAGER, Lethtridge Business Phone 1580. Residence Phone 572. Gadbury's Chocolates CONFECTIONERS TO THE ROYAL King George Chocolates, Queen Mary Chocolates, Bon-Boris De Luxe, Chocolate 'Marfihmallows, Bournville Chocolates, Mexican Chocolates, Bournville Cocoa, (Quarter and half Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. Just arrived, deliriously fresh J. D. Higiaboiham Co. "Alberta's Druggists." The Start Whplesalp and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 CARD OF THANKS I take this means of'thanking all my customers have purchased seed grain from me this year. I hope all will have a big.crop. .1. L.-WHITT. Maerath, Alta. J41-1 WHERETO GO FOR Roofing, Tinsmithing, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE GRAIN! L'nenuaUed 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 your carlots of grain. Private wires to New York, Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Itaird Rwitcrdl, Union BanlF Building, Phnne 1S99. E. L. WVNN, Mgr. ICE Clear as crystal 'Delivered to all parts of tht City Prices right SATISFACTION GUARANTEED JOHN BHODIE, PHONE 710 Telephone Supt. W. H. Pearce, superintendent nf the provincial government telephone sys- tem, arrived in the city this morning on n tour of the south. Not'Expected'to Recover Reports from Gait hospital today are that Jerry Carroll is still uncon- scious, showing no change in his con- jciition. The police are of the opinion 'that he will not recover as he has :uow been unconscious 100 hours. A Correction In the report of the settlement of j the notorious stove case in supreme i court yesterday, the name of Mrs. I Hodgson was wrongly spelled as .Mrs. Hodgkins. The stove was not remov- j ed from her residence as reported. j Kentisiimerj Annual I The annual meeting of the Leth- uridge Kentishmen's Association will be held on Monday evening :u S o'clock, in St. Mary's hall, when-the I election of officers will take place.and I general business will be transacted. Death of infant j The death of Jessie Walker McDon- ald, 5 weeks old, daughter of 11 r. and I Mrs. J. N. McDonald. 1250 5th Ave. I S. took place last evening. The fun.- 1 eral was held this afternoon from the I residence, Rev. Mr. McNicol, officiat- ing. 39th Boys at Front i C. H. McMillan.' a Lethbridge boy formerly. of the Bank ot Commerce, wlio is "with the 39th Battery, writes the Herald that most of the. battery draft which left here last winter have crossed to France. He says the hoys were glad to get a chance to go to the front. Join the Kilties Sidney McCuIloch. one of Calgary's well known old-timers, enlisted as a private in the 113th Kilties-Thursday afternoon. Eighteen years ago -Mr. Jic- Culloch came to Canada from the old' country and had since then been a resident in the vicinity of Calgary, with tlie exception of the 20 months rie served in the south African war. lie was a member of-the 6th battalion, Imperial- Yeomanry, and galloper to Colonel Campbell and Gen. Pilcher. During liiB time in this city Mr. Mc- Cullocb has been an enthusiastic golf i promoter and was captain and presi- irtent of the St. Andrew's Golf Club. I He has also been honored with the. position of president of the Alberta. I Golf association. The greater part of j his time has been spent ranching, but I for the past three years he has neen. i employed -in -the euHloms office. AIK other old-timer. Prank Donohoe, (at PriiMiB, joined the Highlanders. He j has been engaged in farming throngh- out the west for the past twelve years. Three other recruits were attested, C. Hntchingg, section foreman, C.P.R.; M. S. McArthur, engineer, Drnmhell- er, and G. {longhead, Drumheller. Ottawa, May commis- sion to inquire into the railway situation in Canada will be ap- pointed shortly. Among the names mentioned are -thdfle of President Underwood, of the Erie system of U. S.., Sir Thomas Tail, former- ly manager of the Australian sys- tem of state-owned railways, and Sir George Paish, eminent statis- tician of London. i American Legion Following" are some of ftie recruits who have signed up with the Amerii can legion with the places of birth j named; Theo South Dakota; .las. Miiir, Kansas; Josiah Nugent, North Dakota; Jesse Burns, California; James Dunlay, Missouri; Jdiin V. Da- vis, Illinois; John Kox.ine, .Michigan; Oklahoma Snlvy, Oklahoma; Carrol Sievers, Nebraka; Thomas George Standing. England. CARD OF THANKS I Mr. and Mrs.' A. AV. HpR anil family idesire to thank their many, friends for 'floral tributes and kindness and as- sis La nee during their recent sail be- jreavement. 'DEATH Friday, May 2li, hist., Jessie Walker, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James MacDonald, aged 5 weeks, at 11J50 5th Avc. S. THE SODA SEASON IS HERE Our fountain is open for busi- ness. Step in today and quench your thirst .with a rich, tasty well curhonated soda water. Oiir pure lenion phosphate1 Is fine mid our orange is. a close sec- ond. Our soda fountain is :ihe place to "come on scorching hot days. Jackson Co. Dispensing Chemists, Lcthbridge, If Hair's Your Pride Use Herpicide Choice Seed Oals 100% germination, iJOcts. a bushel. Seed potatoes 521) per ton. P. O. Hydo lt DO YOU BURN COAl? The Grace Goal Mine Is now prepared to take care of all orders. PHONE 1250 The quality Is the best. Delivered, ton At mine -3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS ASK YOUR GROCER FOR "Crystal Brand" Creamery .Butter The Best Freth Butter on the by the Crystal Dairy Lethbridge Phone 1576 IMPORTANT NOTICE! AUCTION SALE of Household Furniture and Effects On MONDAY NEXT, MAY 29th At (JajH. HlieUoirs residence. 1223 ttth Ave. S. COMMENCING AT 10 A. M. AND 2 P. M. W. L WILSON -Auctioneer IS FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS BY OFFICERS OF THE 113TH BATTALION TO SELL A QUANTITY Or SURPLUS HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS AS FOLLOWS: 1 3-Piece'.maliosan.v''iwrlor mahogany rocker; 2 oak centre 1 leather lounge; 1 oaklslilcboard: (i (liners; 1 oxten- sion table; 2 beds, complete; 2 dressyra and stands; 1 chiffonier; 2 lirltssels. squares; 1 large bear nigi V wolf rug; I sectional book- 'i' large Wilton aa'imrc ill condition. Drb'ii head Singer, sewing S drnwere; 1 oatliedral dome clilmc clock; 1 8-diiy silver candolebra; 1 nun1 brass candleslicks; .1-cut glass cut glass 4 glass do- glass fruit set; 2 large Jardinieres; I pair norliers; 1 electric extension lamp; 1 garden hammock and mattress; 1 gentu' fur-lined overcoat: I gents' cloth ovorconl; 1 electric'iron, 12 nuarts of Jam; 8 Am. sealers: 2 ice cream frcezere; 2 2-gal. crocks; 2 chililren's sleighs; 1 chilli's -tricycle; 1 wash machine and wringer; 1 refrigerator; 1 C-bolo range, hoi. water connections, with .high closet, also gas connections, nictures, blinds, curtains, dlsiies; Kitchen utensils, garden tools and many other article's. I LISTO 1 Sot of Stephens. 1 Set of Makers of History. 1 Set of Victor Hugo. 40 Volumes SPECIAL' NOTICE- BOOKS I I Set of .Marryat. 1 Set of (Mark Twaii -SALE OF 4 ALL SMALL ARTICLES WIL TERMS'CASH. 1 Set of Famous History, of odd books. IOOKS WILL TAKE PLACE AT M. BE SOLD IN THE MORNING. NO RESERVE. ;