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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta t New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up J LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel in Siberia ,AYS TH1 Kxtra Values in Them Here Fresh Cauliflowers. I'alifoniia stork. I'rU'e eauh 20c nnd; 25c. Ft-csh Head Lettuce. Cxliiiimia stni-k. heads 25c Clark's Seedling Strawberries arriving in I'oiiiUtum MurUfi iiruv daily. Cottage Cheese arrives overy Salurduy, per Ib 20c Pork Sausacje. the kind (hat is renlly made of pork ami only [lie best kind, jior Ib.......2Sc. Fresh Vegetables, till kind3 nil at the lowest, uiui'- BING AND ROYAL ANN about tt'u or two weeks tinii' will be receiving rottulur shipments of liiw t'lK'rrics ilirei-t rrom tlio growor III lilulio. You dcinMid on getting K'JOll fi-rsli diorrios lu'iv tnui ai Itiv I'luce vour orders ill advance tor preserving. All onk'i-a I'ilJcd in rmatioii at; ivctfiveU. Office: PhoBeI271 THE GOOD CO. Phene 525 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER HAIL INSURANCE THE FARMERS' MUTUAL HAIL ASSOCIATION OF IOWA is an association of farmers organized to save its members money hy settjnz Their insurance at cost. SHH-k Companies are organized to make money for ilie stockholders. ici'ordinfc 10 reporls filed with rue Alberta Government our Com- pany paid more losses to its members in Albena. in 1PL4. Than the five other laraest L-oniponie? combined, and at a cost of only SIX PER CENT. The assessment is not due until October. Write or phone us for mil information. M. P.'Johnston ifc Company ALBERTA BLOCK Leihbridge. I.etiibriiige. clear 77 Kdimmtou, douily BS SiisKaicoii, clear 7S Swift Current, cloudy 7< dear 72 KiwTson. cloudy 70 Kamloops............... 72 Red Deer, cloudy Calvary, clear IMarlrort. clear Medicine Uai. fair 70 5ti Prince Albert, fair 7C nil Winnipeg, cloudy 7 i 5-1 Pun Arthur, fair Hfl -IS Nelson 73 SO .70 The weather in the prairie provin- ces lias been mostly cloudy a few scattered showers in Alberta. Forecast .Manitoba and Saskatchewan, east- erly winds, iair ami" moderatelv warm today and on Sunday. few local showers, but mostly fair and moderately warm to- day and Sunday. CITY AND DISTKICT Flowers, Potted Plants, Vegetables Florists Frache Bros. f Don't Drink Muddy Water When you can get Fresh Buttermilk delivered 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 satisfy you regarding your ice supply. RATES 10 Ibi. per month 20 Ibs. per month 30 Ifas. per month Western Transfer-Go. Limited. MARKETS j Socialist Lecture I T. Connor will deliver a Socialist I leciure in Starland theatre tomorrow fvcninsr. PALM OLIVE SOAP Free With every jar of Palm Olive Cream at 50c, or a bottle of Palm Olive Shampoo at 50c. we will give you free of charge two full sized cakes of Palm Olive Soap. Our stock is limited so do not miss this -bargain Dy delay. The Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited Third Ave. S. To Preach at Taber Rov. C. Grant Ici'r this afternoon for i Taber. where he will conduct services t tomorrow. LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hogs, SS.60: catile. SS.OO. Winnipeg: ?S.PO: cattle. Ch'icago: Hoks." 37.50-ST.ST: cattle, SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Mav j Oats- Mar 62i- Ijuiy an 'May Mar 174 July 176i- 1711" i Winnipeg Cash i ;Xo. 3 Xottbem ;Xo. :i Northern I jXo. 2 C. W............................. !No. 'A C. W. 1 Extra Xo. 1 Feed ii Keed 2 Feed Xo. S JXo. -t 62 i BOS Committee to Meet The evangelistic committee or West- minster church are asked to meet af- ter the regular church service Sunday evening. Assailant Fined What was thought to be a serious case of robbery with violence turned out iliis morning to he n very ordin- ary case of common assault. The charge was laid against two uien.'.Mc- Kenzie and Thornby, by .Mike Hauni- Foremost farmer, who claimed that on the night of May -4, he fiati been robbed of wallet containing SI SO, and had also been beaten up by tlie accused. The wallet was found hy tbs police near the spot where the men had been fighting. It contained cnly Where the rest of the money went is still a mystery. Tt appears from the evidence that all ibe men had been drinking considerably. From the evidence of several witness- es, it was apparent that Thqrnby was only a bystander, and that the com- plainant was not robbed by McKen- but only assumed. Magistrate I Elton dismissed Thoruby, and lined McKenzie ?15 and costs. PHONE 1163. X. W. C............... 12 C. Chicago !-May (July Sept. ilinoeapolis I .Mar I July !Sept....... 17 U ItiS-I; Renovate Police Barracks j The buildings in the Mounted Pu- liice barracks ate receiving their Ih'st- toat oi paint tcr many years. Under the personal supervision of Superin- tendent Peuneiather extensive im-! provcinents are being made on the grounds and buildings. A bowling Genuine Thermos Bottles The season is here for Picnic Parties, Motor Outings, Fishing Kxcnrsions, eic. On such oc- casions the "Thermo's" is not only a luxury, it is a necessity. We 'have them- in all Pint and Quart bottles. Pint and Quart Fillers Metal Lunch .Boxes. School Sets (pints and qts.l Auto sets Carrying eases (pts and qts.) Thermocups, (sets) Don't throw your "Ther- mos" cases as" we have all the fittings for their repair. Ltd. The Store BUSINESS LOCALS Insurance BUMPER CROP ASSURED BARRING LOSS BY HAIL CAN YOU AFFORD TO CARRY THE RISK? We can place your risk with companies having ample money to insure prompt settlement, in the event of loss. Come in and jet us show you. Kates (5.40 to 7% E, V. Gibbons Co. BALMORAL BLOCK Phone 1191 Lethbridge, Alta. 120 112 115S 1181 Miss J. Tilney. Milliner, S17 3rd ave. changed her telephone number ureim has been madt: on the lawn neatJo and, owing to the wet weather. Fourth Avenfw and is ready to be needed. The fences and nates !2lH 1-15 "jVIADETN have .been repaired and the gardens put in excellent shape. The men's quarters Jme been renovated generally and a (new has been installed. n j The stables have been improved and a harness room put in, A sad- rile room with accommodation for 30 i saddles has been constructed in ail- being j effected in the guard room. A new maple flooring has been put down re- {planing the old soft flooring which considerably the worse for wear. RADNOR, Ibe New 2fori5cenU Unit. ?iib6ii L Ue. Hifcm. lilu lilLKwlrMl electric ventilating fans have ;heen installed making the room ns cool and comfortable as a refriger- will continue her sale of trimmed hats at half-price for another two weeks. Now is the time to get your china- ncys and furnaces cleaned. 'Phone Fire Hall 545. CITY AND DISTRICT Clear uliinlcing is impossible with- out healthy bowel action. Rexall Or- derlies are a specific against constip- ation. Sold only by J. D. Higinboth- ain Co., Limited, The Rexall Store, lOc, 25c, and 50c 'boxes. Irrigation Surveys The Dominion government have four ator. FMnce as many as fifty prison- crews purveying south of Taber iu j rrs air sometimes quartered heiB. with the new irrigation ventilation is a necessity and ifhc Superintendent, is humane enough If! attend to IhR comforts of the i prisoners. Several minor improve- ments, such as-the building of por- jchcs and a new carria under way. shed, are THE QUESTION OF EATING! You will thoroughly enjoy eating at THE WHITE LUNCH. The Restaurant his been enlarged and re-decorated, booths for ladies have been tnstaHed. The Menu is Excellent -----The food is the very best. We cater to the tastes of all. Have dianty little dishes for those who do not want a heavy meal and substantial but equally tempting courses for the person with the big appetite. Charges are exceedingly moderate. Service prompt. We're sure you'll like HF- Try THE WHITE LUNCH 322 FIFTH STREET SOUTH Times. C.P.R. Steamer Reported The C.P.R. ticket office advises that the Metagama is reported, and is due at Quebec about 4 a.m. Monday. Pas- sengers will reach Lethbridge Friday morning at 4.30. Musical Comedy Coming 11. K. Moore, representing the Follies Co., is in the city today, and lias completed arrangements with manager L. Brown of the Majestic to P'lay-the musical comedy here on June S and 0, Typo Union Labels Boys and girls in the city should save the Union labels on all printing" lo enter the Typo Union prize compe- tition. Labels aliould not be separated from printed matter. See rules In advertisement. To Leave Taber flev. F.'E. Eoothroyd and. family will leave Taber on Monday afternoon." next to attend the Methodist conference, which begins next tho oloso of the conference they go direct to New Brunswick, wltore they will bo located far the Times. (T Men's Own Westminster Methodist Church Sunday May 3Oth 4 p. in. jt SPEAKEE: MR. A. E. DUXLOP TOPIC: "Open Eyes That Ye May Sec" SOLOIST: Mr. V. Petric The heartiest invita- tion-is extended to all men in the citv. CITY AND DISTRICT Funeral of Harry Aspey The ft jeral of Harry Aspey. the miner who was killed in a cave-in in the Warner mine last Tuesday, took place yesterday afternoon from West- minster church, Rev, G. H. Ccbbledick of Wesley officiating. The miners' band played the funeral march and a large number of members of the Min- ers' union and others were in attend- ance. Mr. Aspey was well- nown in Lethbridge, but had no relatives here. He formerly resided at Taber. Conduct Anniversary Services Rev. A. C. Bryan left this afternoon for Magrath, where he will preach the anniversary services iu the Presbyter- ian church there tomorrow. Wounded, Not Dead A letter has been received in Taber from Mrs. Pearson-, mother of C. P. L. Pearson, formerly of Taber, sayiny that the report of the death of Mr: Pearson from wounds was an error in the official casualty list. Mrs.4 Pear- son informs friends here that she has received a letter from the young man, saying that he was only slightly wounded, and is in a hospital in Eng- land. Calgary Exhibition "Recognized as the Lucky Man oi Today" is the legend of the picture on a very neat bill announcing the Calgary Industrial exhibition Cor June 30 to -July 7. The "l.ucky Man" is the farmer who in this in- stance is on top of a Joad of hay. Farmers, stockmen'; housewives, hoys and girls are all interested in Cal- gary's splendid fair because oi the generous" premiums ptiered for ex- hibits, hut for those who are looking for .something more spectacular there is a very interesting program. Over six thousand soldiers who are -to he in camp there will participate in the grand military program and fireworks spectacle. The military tattoo will comprise seven bands, and with the usual attractions and races the fair this year promises to he more inter- esting than ever it was. Several from this sect-lot! are arranging to take advantage of the cheap rates and sec the big Calgary exhibition. Grape-Nuts cream of good milk, supplies the food elements in excellent proportion for build- ing brain and muscle tissue. -.1 SAYS "OUR BEST' What about that Old Floor And Front Door? Call and see what we can do to renovate. Now is the time. CITIZEN'S LUMBER CO., 134 16th St. North Keep Your Eyes on This Space for Future Announcement