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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta For a THE SODA SEASON IS HERE Our'fountain-is open for busi- ness. Step in -today and qnench your thirst with a rich, tasty well carbonated soda water. Our pure lemon phosphate is fine and our orange is a close sec- ond. Our soda fountain is the place 10 come on scorching hot days. Jackson Dispensing Chemiats, Lethbridge, Alberts At Christian Tonight at 8 o'clock. Christian En- deavor. Wednesday at-8 p.m.. prayer meet- ing, "Wedaesday at S p. m., testimony meeting. At Pentecostal Mission Tuesday at 8 p.m., prayer and the word. Thursday.at S p.m., special -wailing on God Baptism of the Holy u Ghost. At Wesley MULTIPLIER ONIONS FOR PLANTING WE WERE FORTUNATE IN GETTING A FEW OF THESE WITH IN THE LAST FEW DAYS. DUTCH SETTS ARE ENTIRELY OFF THE MARKET. W E CAN GET NONE AT ANY PRICE, SO THIS IS THE NEXT BEST THING TO PLANT. IF YOU WANT A FEW OF THESE SEND US YOUR ORDER AT ONCE. THEY-WILL NOT LAST LONG AND IT IS NOT LIKELY THAT.WE CAN GET ANY MORE. I Price per 15c AYE HAVE ALL KINDS (JAKDKX BULK SEEDS. THESE ARE CONSIDERABLE CHEAPER THAN PACKAGE SEEDS. ORDER YOUR WANTS NOW. IT IS NOT TOO LATE TO PLANT. THE GOOD GO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES NO DISTURBANCE ON MARKETS. New York, May J. Hin's death did not rause the slightest disturbance in the stock markets. Hill stocks. Great Xorthern and Northern Pacific, were virtually inactive They were heavy at the ing prior to the announcement of his dealb. the Xorthern Pacific being off one and the Great Northern a fraction, but recovered later. MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Open Close May............ 113 112% July............ imi 112 Oct............. IDS 10SH May July Oct Barley May j uiv g I 46 44% 39% 168 163 Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat- Tuesday evening, choir practice "wii! 1 No. 1 Northern be held instead, of on Thursday night, j No. 2 Northern Ill The Wednesday evening 3 Xorthern service will be merged into the con- No. -2 C.' vy................... 45% No. 3 Extra No. 1 Feed 44 U Developing and Printing for Amateur Photographers Our photographic finishing de- partment BO wpli equipped and in the care of such an expert op- erator that we can finish up your work very promptly and guarantee .you-complete satis- faction. is developed just right. Every print will bring out all that is in the negative. MAIL ORDERS1 RETURNED 24 HOURS AFTER RECEIVING Tke Red Cross Drug Back Co., United CITY AND DISTRICT Legal Visitor. F. S. Allbright. barrister, of Clarke, Carson Co., Calgary, is in the city today. Funeral of Jerry Carroll. The funeral of Jerry Carroll will be held afternoon at from Hurst's parlors. Conference President Preached. R. W. J. Conolly, of Sturgeon, presi- dent of the Alberta Methodist Cdnfer- ence, occupied the pulpit oE Wesley I church at both services yesterday and I preached two earnest sermons. To Re-Opon. Murray's tea rooms, Sixth street, next McKillop's, are re-opening on Wednesday morning.' The tea rooms have 'been closed for the past two weeks owing to the illness of Mrs. Murray. For Seeding We Offer: Selected 'Marquis Wheat...... per bus. Whltfe Banner Oats 50c .peblnis. Gold Coin Oats per bus. Barley c bus. Flax per bus. THE ABOVE IS CLEANED AND READY FOR-SEED (Special Prices for quantity lots. Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. More Men Needed. The Alberta company of the tini- versity battalion, recruiting at Ed-, man ton., is in need of about 20 more men. A recruiting sergeant will be in bethbridge on May 30th and 31st. Casualty Mcsage. There is a casualty message lying at the C.P.R. telegraph office address- ed to Mrs. Briggs, care of the Dallas Hotel. As the lady is not at that address the telegraph company would be pleased if she would, call for the message. jferenee meeting. j At Westminster METRO WONDER PLAYS WILL APPEAR AT The Krn press Every Monday- and Tuesday STARTING Ngte the Stars, that apfwar -in these Wonderful MME. PETHOVA FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN' BEVERLY BAYNE LIONEL BARRYMORE EMILY STEVENS HAROLD LOCKWOOD MAY ALLISON EDMUND BREE8E VIOLA DANA MR. MRSrslDNEY DREW MARGUERITE SNOW ETHEU'BARRYMOBE MABEL TALIAFEBRO HAMILTON REVELLE MARY MILES MINTKER -AND CRUZE 5--6tlif "One Million Dollars'1 FEATURING WILLIAM FAVERSHAM Tonight the ladies of the Epworth League will meet at the home of Mrs. Bruce, 12th Street, D North, for Ked Cross sewing. Tuesday night the Queens of Ave- lon meet at the home of Mrs. Bricker. 171" 5th Avenue North, for a social evening. The Wednesday evening prayer ser- i vice has been withdrawn owing to the NTo. 1 Feed Xo. 2 Feed .N'o. 1 W. No. 2 C. W. 41K May July Sept. Chicago Wheat I06S convention. Friday at 4.15, junior choir practice. There will be no senior choir practice, May A< TVedneBday-at S p.m., regular prayer meeting in the school room. Thursday at 3 p.m., monthly meet- Minneapolis Wheat 113 ing of the-Ladiea' Aid. Collectors for systematic giving will call during the week. Thursday at 8 p.m., choir practice. 1C any memberof the congregation has the information asked-for yester- day regarding the names on the honor j communicate with Mr. J. JR. Oliver. At St. Andrew's at 8 o'clock, Senior Chris- tian Bndearor. Tuesday at E p.m., joint meeting of the session and managers. Wednesday at 8 p.m.. Bible class. Thursday, 2 to 6 o'clock, Red Cross sewing in the vestry.. Thursday at 8 p.m., choir practice. Friday at 7.30 p.m.. Intermediate Christian Endeavor. At St. Mary'i Wednesday at S, service of Inter- cession. Day. celebra- tion ot Holy Communion at 10.30. At St. Auguatin's Wednesday at 8.30, at the close of the service, a meeting Exprecft Thanks, The officers and men of the Wat Battery, 15th Brigade, wish to thank the ladies of AleiMder Gilt Chaptar, I.OJXE. for their many kindnesses before and at the time of their de- parture: .and also the Salvation Army Band and the 113th Ktltles for -tam- ing out on the eve of departure. oi the win be held in St. Augus- tin'R At St. Cyprian's Taesdarat SWclock, "W. A. meeting. Tuesday at 8 p.m., Dorcas society at tbe rectory. Tuesday at 8 p.m., AOtilt Bible class meet diicussion in tbe parish room. Wednesday at 7.16, junior Brother- bood ot St. Andrew in the church. at 8 iua., service of in- OFF1CE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S RESIDENCE 547 SMITH, MURPHY CO. OROUND FLOOR SHERLOCK BLDG., LETHBHIDGE, ALTA. HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG, MAN. Grain ,Grain Gain Grain Grain Grain Gain i WE HAVE YET TO HAVE OU B FI.RST COMPLAINT. SINCE WE OPENED OUR LETHBRIDGE OFFICE. THINK IT OVEP.. Gain "THE PROOF OK THE PROFITS 18 IN THE RETURNS." W. K- PORTER. LSTHiRIDSE BRANCH. 107 108% 112% 112% lllii SATURDAY LIVESTOCK PRICES Hogs, to steers to JS.25: cows, S4.00 to heifers, Sa.OO to 57.50. Hogs, ?7.50 to 59.85; cat- tle, to iambs. Jfi.Otl to LOCAL MARKETS PRICES S4 33 134 46 GRAIN Wagon prices- Wheat Oats............ Flax............. Barley Track Wheat.................. 97% Oats.................... Flax................... 150% LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 7 to Fat COWB, 6% to 1. killing wethers hilling ewes Select hoes, 160-200. Ibs, Large Debt Gate. In Supreme Court this morning the cage of H. A. McKillop vs. J. T. C. Gwillum and the Royal Bank was started. This is a large debt case, involving several hundred dollars. The Royal Bank is interested as garnishee. tercession. Teachers' training class at close of service. Thursday, Ascension Day. cftlehra- tion of Holy Communion at 7 a.m. Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock, wo- men of the church ratet at the Hsd Cross rooms. Friday at 8.30, choir practice. GRAIN! Unequalled fMlWIeJ for secur- ing reliable Information regard- ing Grain. quotations. AH.markets. Yon are invited to make free use of this service. Ask for bids on your cariots of grain. Private to New York, Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Wlnniptf Baird Bottcrcll, Union Bank Building, E. L. WYNN, M0r. Higinbotham's Bath DELIGHTFULLY PERFUMED, THE WATER, A SIMPLE, EFFECTIVE CLEANSING AGENT. SPRINKLE-TOP CANS 50c J. D. Higiflbotham Ce. "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists." Tke Wholesale and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 Calgary, May 29. For deserting from the 89th-battalion on the eVe of its departure from Calgary recent-, ly, James Murphy ivas this morning sentenced by-Magistrate Davidson In _ police court to two years'.hard labor in Edmonton penitentiary. Another Returned Soldier. Another returned soldier -reached {he city on Saturday afternoon in the person of Pte. Jas. D. Craigen who left the city November, 1914, going to Calgary and leaving last summer with a Calgary battalion. He went to the front last September and was gaaed in France. He r returned with Pte. Marlowe tooth of whom are. now, in the city. Pte. Craigen returned direct to Lethbridge without going to.Ogden Convalescent. Home, but it is .under- stood he will leave shortly for that in- stitution for treatment. To Publish Only Summary. Quite a departure from past pro- ceedings was made at this morning's sitting of the city.council when it was decided not to advertise the 1910 au- ditor's report in-full in the local press. The city -charter gives 'tbe. right to, print as advertising matter only a synopsis of the report and this course will be followed this year. However the whole report will -be printed In book form of which-500 copies wrtll be available for distribution and citizens who want to know all about city fin- ancial affairs will have to apply at the city offices for aV copy of the hook, Funeral of Joan Holt The funeral of little Joan Usuher Holt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Holt, took place Friday afternoon, ftev. Canon McMillen officiating. The pallbearers were the cousins of the deceased. Floral tributes were sent by tlie Motherland father, sisters Doris and Margaret, Mr. and W. H. Holt, Miss Ussher, Taber, Mr. and Mrs. Flower, Crows Nest, Gladys, Stanley and Dudley Holt, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Stacey, Mr. and Mrs. Westley and family, Mr. and Mrs. Stanford, Mrs. Collier aod lamily, Misses A. and K. Thompson. Mr. and j Mrs. AV.-.T. Holt, Mr.'and Mrs. Torn1 Fleetwood; Mr. and M rs. Mclntyre, Mrs. Elliott, and Mrs. Ghappell. Quaker Bread Has No "Off1 Days ------The uniform goodness of QUAK- ER BREAD la a tribute to the skill with which it Is mixed, kneaded, and baked. ------Nothing is left to chance. The thermometer is. in constant use, heat is one of the bread baker's most im- portant servants. The heat of the water is taken before It is uaed, also the heat of the flour and the heat of, the.shop. The mixed dough Is care- fully watched and the temperature taken often. The oven is supplied with a thermometer which registers heat up to 800 degrees and is kept at 550 degrees. Thia care is repaid by a loaf that is the same day in and day out, always sweet, clean and wholesome. ------MADAM You owe it to your family r to aerve ...this luperior bread on your table all the time. Your gro- cer has it or. we. will call at your wish, just phone 378. John Gilmore The Baker WHIORIVE THE DAUGHTERS MAIDS OF ENGLAND WILL GIVE A "WHIST DRIVE ON Tuesday, May 30th AT 8.15' S.6.E.HALL PART PROCEEDS TO RED CROSS FUND. ICE Clear at cryitnl Delivered to all parti of the City Pricea right SATISFACTION GUARANTEED JOHN BRODIE, PHONE 710 Vancouver, B. C., May early todi'y had Drought under con- trol a Waterfront blaze of-unknown origin that partially destroyed the rnillion dollar plant of the New Eng- land Fish "Company and Alberta Pa- cific grain elevator last night. The loss was estimated at 00 YOU BURN COAL? The Grace Coal Mine is now prepared to take caw of all orders. PHONE 125O Thi quality li the txat. Delivered, ton At mine.. 3.25 IN TWO TON LOADS FOUND DEAD IN BED London, Ont., May Mary Rae, wife of ex-Indian Agent John Rae of Reglna, was found dead in bed here yesterday. She lived, at Kings- ville many years. In the Rlel rebel- lion she was pursued by Indians and barely escaped. COURT Calgary. May criminal cafes will come Before Mr. Justice Walsh at the session of the supreme criminal opens tomorrow. The most serious" of .charges is that of attempted murder against Leo Murray's 's Roo 6TH ST. BESIDE McKILLOP'S ARE RE-OPENING WEDNESDAY MORNING NEXT who shot a soldier who was friendly with his wife at the home of. a mutual friend here. Another inter- esting case is that of Charles Rouleau a momher of a prominent old time Calgary family, who is accused of theft from the mails while in the em- ploy of the post office. ASK YOUR GROCER FOB "Crystal Braid" Creamery Butter Bsit Freih Butter on .tht by The Crystal Dairy Ltthitrldgt PholW 1S76 Boulton's Auto Livery FARE TO ANY PART OF THE ,1 PASSENGER.......................... 50c 2 Of) 3 PASSENGERS CHILDREN FREE. HURRY CALLS during the night are our specialty. We meet trains. OUR OPEN CARS ARE HANDLED BY CAREFUL DRIVERS WE AIM TO PLEASE OUR CUSTOMERS. ASK FOR RATES Pljone Day or Night, j ;