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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD H 9TEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta Pride of Alberta A Maid Fit For a Queen Taylor-Made Mother's Favorite MULTIPLIER ONIONS FOR PLANTING WE WERE FORTUNATE IN GETTIN3 A FfcW OF THESE WITH IN THE LAST FEW DAYS. DUTCH SETTS ARE ENTIRELY OFF THE MARKET. WE 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 WI.-L. NO 1 i-GNG. Arsij i3 NOT LIKELY. THAT WE RET ANY MORE. I'rici1 per lit. HAVE ALL KINDS BULK SKKDS. THESE ARE CONSIDERABLE CHEAPER THAN PACKAGE SEEDS. ORDER YOUR WANTS NOW. IT IS NOT TOO LATE TO PLANT. THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES THE SODA SEASON IS HERE Oiir fountain is open for busi- ness. Step in today and qnencti j-otir thirst wiih a rich, tasty vrell carbonated soda water. Our pure lemon phosphate is [me and our orange is a close sec- ond. Our soda fountain is the place to come on scorching "hot days. Jackson Co. Dispensing Chemists, Leihbrrdge, Alberts WHIST DRIVE THE DAUGHTERS MAIDS OF ENGLAND WILL GIVE A TONIGHT AT 8.15 P.M. IN S.O.F..HALL PART PROCEEDS TO RED CROSS FUND. TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Open Close May............ 11-U liaij Oars-- May -ins 46H July............ 4f. Oct............... May.............. Flax- May HiG July............ ItJTTfc Winnipeg Cash Prices r JXo. t Northern N'o. 2 Northern j.Vo. Northern H3Vs lllyil 2 W IXo. C. W I Extra 1 Feed 4 DANCE and BOX SOCIAL Wii-L SE HELD In Hyssop School Friday, June 2nd GOOD MUSIC AND A TIME ASSURED TO ALL. PROCEEDS TO GO TO HEP CROSS FUND f i Rejectee! j 1 IXo. 1 X. V.'. C nil) !xo. 2 c. i !No American markets today, holiday.; Developing and Printing for Amateur Photographers Our photographic finishing de- partment is so well 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. Every film is developed just right. Every print will bring out all that is in the negative. MAIL ORDERS RETURNED 24 HOURS AFTER RECEIVING Tlse Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited WEATHER 40 40 Lethbridge, cloudy Edmonton........... Calgary, rain 4-i Moose Jaw, cloudy lit) Regina fir. Nelson US I Medicine Hot l-S Swift Current, rain 5S Saskatoon, clear 54 4i! j Port Arthur, fair ___ G4 -ll! J Winnipeg, clear GO 40 j The weather over the prairie pro- j vincos has been mostly fair hut rains in Alberta. Forecast and cool today, lo- jcal rains on Wednesday. Saskatchewan and I tinned cool with rain in most local i- jties. For Seeding We Offer: Selected Marquis per bus. White Banner Oats......... 50c per bus. Gold Coin per bus. Barley .65c per bus. Flax per bus. THE ABOVE IS CLEANED AND READY FOR SEED Special Prices lor, quantity lots. Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. CITY AJVD DISTRICT Postmaster at Collingwood D. L. Uarrach. known tn many peo- !e in Let h bridge, has been appointed I postmaster at Collinswood, Out. baptismal Service There will be u baptismal service in the Fifth Avenue North'Baptist church tonight lit U o'clock. Blairmore Officer Lieut. W. Joyce of Blair more, for- jmerly the Leihbridge Herald is a visitor in the city. YESTERDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES SS.S5 to steers tn ?S.25; cows to heifers to S7.5U. to Stt.35; cattle to ?11.25; Iambs to METRO WONDER PLAYS WILL APPEAR AT The Every Monday..... and Tuesday STARTING JUNE Note the Stars that-appear in those Wonderful Plays MME. PETROVA FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN BEVERLY BAYNE LIONEL BARRYMORE EMILY STEVENS HAROLD LOCKVyOPO HAY ALLISON EDMUND BREESE VIOLA DANA MR. MRS. SIDNEY DREW MARGUERITE SNOW ETHEL BARRYMORE MABEL TALIAFERRO HAMILTON REVELLE MARY MILES'MINtrtER AND JAMES CRUZE June Million FEATURING WILLIAM FAVERSHAM Murray's 6TH ST. BESIDE McKILLOP'S ARE RE-OPENING WEDNESDAY MOKXIXG NEXT i LOCAL MARKETS i LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon Wheat.................. Oara.................. iflax.................... Barley -J'j Track prices BS Oats....................... i Flax 150 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers. 1 to Fat COTV5- to tilling wethers S1, killing ewes Select hogs, 1SO-200 Ibs. ll'i. J) JJ1.KEVEII Kansa? City. May open t pocket knife was thrown at Colonel [Roosevelt here today as his motor car (turned into 23rd Street during the Memorial Day parade. The knife istrucK the rear of the machine and IALLEGEAPLOIIO OEFEAICRt! Supeme Court is having a hard tus- Efci with the case of H. A. McKillop vs. .1. T. C. Gwillam in which the Royal Bank appears as the third party. The case -occupied practically the %vhole day yesterday and was stili going j" strong at noon today. Last fall Sheriff Young about 5000 bush- els of grain from the farm of the de- fendant, and sold it to satisfy a num- ber of judgments. There is now a dis- pute as to the division of the money, the bank claiming it on the ground of prior claim, and also because of an arrangement between the defendant and his minor sou, by which the bus- of the farn-, was conducted J :tvas found later in the street. Higinbotham's DELIGHTFULLY PERFUMED, SOFTENS THE WATER, A SIMPLE, EFFECTIVE CLEANSING AGENT. SPRINKLE-TOP CANS 50c J. D. Higinbolhara Co. "Albert-i's. Pioneer Druggists." The Stvrt Wholesale and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 Milk River Visitors F.d. C. Baines and A. Gordon of iMilk River are in the city on husi- ;ness. Moose Meeting A Moose meeting will lielil to iniglu at S o'clock in (he Hoosa hall. i AH members are retinested to be presj- 1 ent. I His Mother Dead j Police Constable AVigg has revc-ivcd 'word of the death of liis mother. I Ellen Wigg, ai her home, Tynliani. I Kent, Eng. Father of Ex-Mayor Ex-Jlayor Adams received the in- jtelligenee recently of the death of his father at Watford, Out. ,Mr_ Adtmis Kvas 00 years of age and a pioneer of Uimbton county. Again Remanded Tiie case of Tony Lombards, charged will; committing a murderous assault on Reuben Silivro, was again enlarged today by Supt. Pennefather of the Ivlounted Police until June 7. There Is No Bread Like Model. Bakery Bread No need to eat unsatisfying bread when you can have Model Bakery Bread. Once tried you will wanf the beautiful, flaky, pal- atable loaves all the time. It has an appetising taste that's al- ways just as good the next time you eat it as the last time you tasted it. It's WORTH MORE BUT COSTS THE SAME It's not that dry, puffed-up bread, but is so much like the good home-made, sweet, with crisp crust, moist and close in texture, sub- k siantial, wholesome, nourishing. It satisfies, ard ought to for it is made of the higheet grade materials, by expert bakers, with mod- ern machinery, ensuring the utmost cleanliness. FRESH FROM THE OVEN EVERY MORNING ASK YOUR GROCER or PHONE 1175, AND THE RIG WILL CALL THE MODEL BAKERY N. J. SCHWEITZER. PROP. Death of Mrs. Muthern The death occurred last night of (Mrs. Eva Mulhern. aged 27. Mrs. Mul- hern has been in ill health for the past couple'of years and her demise was not unexpected. Deceased had I lived here five years and came from Alexandria, Ont. The Funeral will be held tomorrow at 10 a.m. from Fetter- undertaking narlors to St. Pat- rick's church, interment in Catholic cemetery. Deceased's husband. J. Ii. Mulhern, is left to mourn her loss. WHERE TO GO TOR Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE the father in trutt tor the son. Tli claim that this was a rangement to defeat the just claims of creditors who have judgments against) JH the father. .The judgment in this VT.JU b case will decide whether or not the f.who exhibited. Funeral of Mrs. Roy Funeral arrangements for the lute Mrs. Dr.. Roy have been completed. The remains will be taken east to Montreal for interment in the family I plot in the Cote de Xeigcs cemetery. Before leaving Luthbridge a libera I service will be held tomorrow after- noon at five o'clock at St. Patrick's church. From the church the remains nurnbeTas well j be FeUerly's jinder- entries increase. A definite Calgary Exhibition. There is more than the usual amount of interest being taken in connection with the prize iist which has just been issued by Calgary industrial exhibition, to be held -Tune 2fttli. to July The prizes in the live stock department are to he paid j on a basis of the number of entries in j iie i each class, the prizes increasing in i amount f taking parlors. The remains will leave Rev. S. S. Osterhout was elected president of the B. C. Methodist con- ference. once, a checker for delivery room. Apply Manager, Hudson's Bay Co. Col, Roosevelt was not -told of the occur- rente and the police jjad. no report old claim will be satisfied. on the matter. Xo arrests were ex- j Last evening the case of the Inter- pected. national Harvester Co. vs. Strong and .Mason of Burdett was started but was Enlists as Private adjourned until later in the docket, L. IL Putnam, of Blairmore. a for money owing On that he has not been granted a com- 1 a steam plowing outfit. The defend-. mission in the Jfljst battalion of .Mac- allts claim the machinery was faulty nts against) JH guaranteed to the exhibitors- t'ie midnight train for the cast. nt in this VT.JU be divided among those accompanied by the deceased lady's leod as stated in the "Blairmore news i Jin the Herald last night. He has en-} [listed hi that regiment as a private. and refuse to pay. OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S RESIDENCE 647 SMITH, MURPHY CO. GROUND FLOOR SHERLOCK BLDG., LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG, MArJ. Grain Grain Grain Gain If it isn't drought, its cutworms Or perhaps the Hessian-Fly, That keeps the farmer worrying As the summer passes by. But when the fall approaches And the wheat is in the bin, Smith-Murphy's sure the people Who can stop that worryfn'. Grain Grain G'ain Gain "THE PROOF OF THE PROFITS IS IN THE RETURNS." W. K. PORTER. MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH. t-'sllirig hair ami Dandruff can be stopped, and the growth improved, by Rexall Hair Tonic, which ail Kexali Stores guarantee. J. O. Hfgin- bothain Co., UmitpH, Drugs is ts. GRAIN! FnfMniiiHed facilities for secur- ing reHabl'j information regard- ing Grain. Fmquent quotations. All Von arn invited to make iron use of (his sc-rvictt. Ask for bids on your earlolfj of grain. Private wires to New York, Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg IJaird Botlerell, Union Bank Building, Phone 1599. E. L. WYNN, Mjr. I mother, Mauarne Valade, and Dr. Hoy. Ottawa a masa for the deceased will he. said at the cathedral on Sun- day next. You will find relief in Zam-Buk! It eases the burning, sting'mj pain, stops bleeding and bring! ease. Perseverance, with Zam- Buk, means cure: WJiy not prove i this 1 M am BUK Repairing Street The C. P. RJ'.Jias furnished the cin- ders and Commissioner Grace's de- partment is doing the work of putting the street along the front of the C. P. It. depot into better condition. Thn mud has been a foot or more deep. Attend Grand Lodge Quite a number of local Masons left this afternoon to attend the annual meeting of the Masonic Grand Lotlfre of Alberta convening at Banff tomor- row. Among those who will attend from here are A. Hayr, R. AY. Long, ,1. Jfi. Hennard, R. Nlmiiioiut, J3. B. Hoyt and Thos. McNabb. DO YOU BURN COAL The Grace Coal Mine Id now prepared to take care of all orders. PHONE 1250 The quality Is the belt. Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON UOADS ICE Clear as crystal Delivered to all parts of the City Prices right SATISFACTION GUARANTEED JOHN BKODIE, PHONE 710 GRAZING LANDS BCINT; ASK YOUR GROCER FOR "Crystal Brand" Creamery Butter The Best Fresh Butter on the by The Crystal Dairy Lethbrldgc Phone 1S76 Ho you want ii stock farm? I have several splendid tracla .of land highly Isuiled for raising cattle, horses ami 'sheep, in the beautiful KooLenay Vat- I Icy. l.ols of open range for nionlbs in ilio year, plenty of sliade and sliel- !ter. witli nnmhig water the year I ni'p'unil. Winter feed can be grown in abundance, splondld I facilities. TUo rallies and lumber op- erations provide Home' .Market for yonr horses, cattle, hogs ami sheep. riiis is a fruit- country on a small scale and a stock raining proposition on a biK scale. Yon cau bave a stock ranch and summer home combined. Kxcellent climate. I Tlii; great mountain ranges on both i sides of the valley, .provide splendid hunting and-flshing grounds. You .can i travel through the. district of .East Kootenay, Hritish Columbin by auto over tljc best of roads. Let us tell j you ijboul It. i The Lund Land Development Co., 'Limited, ('ranbrook, B. C. Or WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU A JOB TO OFFER Please noNFy CENTRAL PROVINOAL COMMITTEE EDMONTON, Howard StufMury, Secy. HoIdJcr.s' LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, J. R. OLIVER. City Clerk, Goes to Ottawa "Pat" who for several months has been the popular (Illy clerk at the I.otllbndgo Hold, leaves totiiRlH, for Ottawa will ro- side in future. f r. I.und, LethbrldKe, i Alberta. ROOFING Sheet Metal Work ftw. K. Co.. PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK ;