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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta H'.GH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL .WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta For a he THE SOD A SEASON IS HERE Our fountain Itf opsn for busi- ness.. Step in today and quench your thirst with a rich, well carbonated soda water. Our pure iemon phosphate is fine and our orange is a close sec- ond.. Our soda fountain is the place to come on scorching hot days. Jackson Co. Dispensing Chemista, Lethbridge, Alberts MAJESTIC PHONE 1722 ONE NIGHT ONLY NEXT TUESDAY JUNE 6 SPECIAL RETURN ENGAGE- MENT B. E. LANG OFFERS'THE FAMOUS BO8TONIANS With all the favorite girls in a Brand New Show Girl in Cabaret" A scintillating musical dancing. revue PRICES 75c, 50c 25c SEATS READY AT MEDLEY'S LET US HELP YOU SAVE MONEY ON YOUR GROCERY BILLS WHOLESALE PRICES.ARE STILL ADVANCING ON MANY LINES. BUT WE HAVE PREPARED OURSELVES AGAINST THE ADVANCE ON AS MANY LINES A-'3 WE COULD AND HAVE NOW OUR bTORAGE CAPACITY TAXED TO THE LIM IT AND WE AKE GOING TO SELL AT A.SLIGHT MARGIN ABOVE THE ORIGINAL COST. THE. LI NES WE OFFER ARE EVERYDAY STAPLES AND YOU WILL DO WELL IN.SELECTING WHAT YOU CAN USE FROM THIS LIST. THESE SPECIALS ARE GOOD FOR THE BALANCE OF THIS WEEK BUT CANNOT GUARANTEE HOW MUCH LONG- ER THEY WILL LAST. ORDER NOW. PORRIDGE OATS. Robin Hood. A line yau all know, in-nines, special each ...........20c EVAPORATED MILK, Cmmthi First, nothing belter, family size, special per tin........ 10c Special, per case. 48 tins EVAPORATED .MILK. Canada Hrst. hotel- pizc. special, '2 tins for........'.........-. 45c Special, per case. 2-J tins SALMON, Hob Koy. clue Soekeye. stett special, per Lin SALMON, Yacht. Hetl. This is exceptional valuo for thp money, special per tin...... 15c Golden or fieni. Lyo iins gone up r.Oc H cast. "a; In1 fort.1 tlie rise. special this Cor........................ 25c MARMALADE, owing io sugar going up Uii? has advanced considerably. We bought this before the rise. Upton's. Rose and St. Wil- liams, 4 Ib. iiiiB, special 60c UPTON'S. 7 Ib. special............... 95c APRICOTS, evaporated, a fresh lot: Just in. special 3 Ibs. for 50c Special, per case 25 Ibs.................. PRUNES, size 60-7us. 10 Ib. bo.vey, special. per box 51.15 RICE, very fine No. 1 Siam. special 5 Sbs. for 25c BEANS, California small Bayos. special 4 Ibs. 25c FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, FRESH IN MARKET PRICES COCOA. Uensdorfs, the K'-'miine Hutch Cocoa.' jn Holland, nothing finer.' U Ib. tins 30c, 4 Ib. tins Mc COFFEE, Donalco. very fine, regular 50c. 1 Ib. tins, special per tin 40c OLIVES. 10 OK. bottles. Queen, just in. special jier bottle 35c CAKE FLOUR, Khovnh Brand. I packets all ready, mixed for baking a fruit cake. special per packet 15c CHRISTIES, Cherry Cake, fresh in, special 30c CHRISTIES Peel Cake, fresh in. .special. Ib. 25c RASPBERRY VINEGAR, Red Cross, uuart bottles, special, each 30c LIME JUICE, Montserat. This ie the genuine n ml very finest Lime Juice, pints, special per bottle 40c Quarts, special, per buttle 75c GRAPE JUICE, Welch's, tha national drink. without a doubt the. finest grape juice pro duced -v Individuals, each 10c Pints, each 2Sc Quarts, each 50c Half Gallons, each 85c DAILY, AT LOWEST Office Phone 1271 TI417 1 rail HIGH-CLASS GROCERS, LETHBRIDGE Store Phone 52'5 For Seeding We Offer: Selected Marquis per bus. White Banner Oats......... 50c per bus. tiold Coin per, Hiis. Barley per bus. Flax.................___Jjiii.OO per bus. THE ABOVE IS CLEANED AND READY FOR SEED Special Prices (iiiuutlty lots. Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. MARKETS TODAY'S Wheat .May October..... .May....... Jiily........ j October..... .May-----.. Flax- May July....... October..... GRAIN PRICES 465, WEATHER 16411 IHii 163 METRO PLAYS WILL APPEAR AT .Every Monday and Tuesday STARTING JUNE 6TH Stars In these Wonderful V MME.PETROVA FRANCIS X.BUSHMAN BEVERLY 'BAYNE LIONEL BARRYMORE EMILY STEVENS HAROLaiLQCKWOOD i, MAVJALLI80N DflEW "MARGUEBITE SNOW MABEL' TALiAFtfwio -HAMILTON REVlUtE MARY MILES June "Her Great Match" .'FEATURING GALE KANE WINNIPEG CASH PRICES N'o. 1 Ill "No. 2 Nor.., Ill No. 3 Xor...l063i No. 4 Nor... 100% Xo. C. No. 3 C. Extra Xo. 1 Feed ...............44'i j CHICAGO 104V- iJuly 'lOi j September......... i MINNEAPOLIS 'May liHa 112 ijuly.............. 111% -112 September...........110% .'HI LOCAL MARKETS PRICES i Many "men who "stand "high in the; I Methodist church are already in the j city or will arrive today for the big sessions of the -Alberta Conference j i which start tomorrow. Among- these j are Dr. S. D. Chown, general superin-; nendent of the Methodist Clinrcb in i j Canada; Hev. F. C. Stephensou, M.D., j j secretary of the Young-'People's For- j 94 i-ward Movement for Missions: Rev. C.j Oats.................. 33 Manning, associate secretary for) 134 home missions; Rev. J. -W. Graham, j Barley 46 j D.D., General secretary j Tract prices j the Methodist church; Rev. J. P. Wheat...............___.. :iaan, field, secretary for Sunday Qais...................... 37J: ____................. 150 LOCAL GRAIN Wagon prices- Schools and Young People's Societies for'Alberta and B.C.; Dr. prin-! ,cipal of Alberta College at .Edmonton; j Dr. KePby of Calgary: Rev. T. Albert j Moore, D.D., general secretary of the j 'department of Social Service. 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 that is in the negative. MAIL ORDERS RETURNED 24 HOURS AFTER RECEIVING Tfce Red Cross Drag Bsok Co., Limited 40 40 40 35 .51 .Ledibridge, irloudy 52 Kamloops 72 i Edmonton, elouuy 5S i Calgary, fair 47 Aloose Jaw. cloudy.., Regina. clear Prince Albert Medicine Hat, cloudy.. ?Jacleod Battioford, cloudy Brandon, fair Port Arthur, clear Winnipeg, cloudy The-weather over the prairie pro- vinces has -been mostly cloudy with rains general in all provinces. Forecast All West Unsettled, occasional showers today and on Thursday. A Wash-Out A wash-out on the Sheep Creek .11 Sandstone, nfiur Oltotoks yesterday, occasioned a number of delays on pas- sense r trains. 3upt. Cotterell is on the snot today endeavoring to get the 'damage repaired. Trains are running on lime today. Back to Lethbridge P. J. M. WoslyuB. C. P. R. road- master, who has been stationed a! Bassauo for over a year, is back on the Lethbrfdge subdivision and will j have c'imrge of the AUlerside line. Mr. j Woslyng has been on sick leave for j j tlie past month and: visited the Mayo 'hospital at Hoc-heater. Census Forms Local census are al- ready beginning to leave forma ai the hotels to be fillet) up in connection with the census which is to he taken next month. The mayor urges that citizens put forth every effort to get their names on the.rolla so that the returns will be as nearly correct as possible. Funeral of Mrs. Mulhern The funeral of Mra. J. B. Mulhern, who died Monday night, took place this morning. The funerat mass -was said by Rev. Father Bidault at St. Patrick's church, the interment was Irrigation Superintendent. in the Catholic cemetery. The pall F. H. Peters, Dominion .superintend- jjearers were- Messrs. Sehl, R. E. Mc- ent of irrigation at Calgary, is in nowsley, 'Finn. -McDonald, Goes to Edmonton R C. Gillnn, who for the past four years has in Ihe employ of W. A. Henderson Co., chartered ac- countants, left yesterday for uw, where lie will reside in future. 54 do 50 54 70 GO 6S 40 44 44 51 3G 42 CITY AND DISTRICT city today. Mayor's Son In Trenches I Mayor Hardie this, morning receiv-> Jed a letter from his son, Pte. Glad-1 mmge' atone Hardie, stating that he is now in the trenches in .France. r Williamson. Many beautiful floral [tributes testified the esteem in which the deceased Jady was held in Lelh- via Paris, May Cardinal Gasparri, papal secretary of state is quoted by Rome newspapers to the effect that Pope Benedict, while maintaining strictest neutrality, de- plores the anti-Christian and inhum- ane aspect of Uie war. Tn tile absence .of satisfactory evidence of .an impar- PROFESSOR OF GERMAN ENLISTS j tial nature the is unable to pass Saskatoon, May Wallace Eaton, SLA. professor of German at the University of Sas- jliatchewan, has enlisted with the Ca- .rmdJaii Army Service Corps at Winni- peg, and. has been gazetted a ifeuten- judgment.on charges of improper con- duct of war made on both aides. The pope is reported as cherishing the be- lief that the conclusion of hostilities may be hastened by a greater' degree of Christian tolerance on both sides, bv impartial renunciation of claims ant Ueut. Eaton is an Irishman, and and by keener sympathy for euffer- _a graduate of Trinity college, Dublin, ing peoples. OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGEfl'9 RESIDENCE 547 SMITH, MURPHY CO. GROUND. FLOOR SHERLOCK BLDO., LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG, MAN. Grain Grain Grain Gain The amount of cash to the credit of your bank account af- ter your Bruin is cold is going to tell how profitable the ica- eon has been. Allow us to make that credit at large as possible. Grain Grain Grain Gain "THE PROOF PF THE PROFITS IS IN THE RETURNS." W. K. PORTER. MANAGER LETM8RIDOE BRANCH. LIVESTOCK ?RICES Choice steers', 7 to Fat cows, to 7. killing wethers killing ewe? Select hogs, 150-200 Ibs, 9U- HELD IB BE LEGAL In Supreme Court -yesterday atier- noon -Mr. Justice Ives handed do-A-a his decision in the case of H. A. Mc- Killop vs. J. T. C. Gwiliam and tlie Jtoyal Bank. Judgment WRB found for j the plaintiff for ihe full amount of tlie I claim and costs. This means that the seizure of Gvillain's grain last fall' to satisfy judgments against him is Iteld to be legal. Geo. Rice and W. S. Gray appeared for the execution creditors and H. A. Smith and V. Poapst for the de- fendants. Another judgment was given in the case of Smith-Murnhy vs. Countryman to contract rase in which the j amounted to about S "The j defendant did not appear am) Judg- 1 ment was entered In default for the j full amount of the claim. Still another grain contract ease is j being heard today in which Hie Bawli i Grain Co, is suing, for loss on a gralc contract on which 8.000 bushels o'i. grain were gold Ross of. War. ner, for October delivery at a price of 80% cents. The loss is about H. Church for plaintiff and C. P. Harris for defendant. Tlie de- fense is endeavoring to ,set up that the contract is void bV reason Of the fact that defendant was intoxicated at ttip time he signed it. Both aatiseptte and cleansing, Hex- al! ''03" Paste leaves, the hair smooth, Mie scalp clean. 25? a! S.oxaJl Drug .only. .1. D. Hife'in- hotliani .v- Co., -Limited, Advertisement. A Perfect Brush For Women's Use i Most women find" the ordinary brush with its; mass of bristles very unsatisfactory in that it is not sufficiently penetrating. Our style 93 brush with its stiff, wiry bristles mounted in a pneu- matic rubber ;cuchipn back, is giving satisfaction to hundreds of women, who after haying once used it will have nothing else. If you have never used a brush of this character, get one today and experience the satisfaction that follows its use. Pi-ice, J. D. Pioneer Druggists." Tke Wholesale and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 Board of Trade Luncheon The regular meeting of the council of the Board of Trade will be held to- morrow at 12.30 at the Lethbridge Hotel. Knox Session Meeting An important meeting of Transfers to Artillery In a letter received yesterday by his family in Lethbriilge, Corp. A. Bruce states that he is transferring to the artillery and by this time it is expected that the .transfer has been made. Corpf Davles WHS promoted on I the field after the St. Eloi fight, re- i ceiving his corporal's but Knox church session will be held at the close of prayer meeting tonight. A a letter written about a month ago he stated that he was going to transfer the artillery with the other Leth- full attendance is particularly request- bridge boys if possible: He staled ed. I Must Report j The returned soldiers. H. H. Mar- j lowe and Jas. D. Crafgen, are request-! led to report at Returned Soldiers' 'Bureau, office, tomorrow! j morning. I that he had seen Lieut.-Col. Stewart and that the latter had promised to arrange the matter for him. What Does Your Food Cost? You could easily spend two dollars for a meal not get as much real, DEATH on the 30th of'.May. .lanet Pollock, wife of Daniel Morrison, Vulcan. Funeral arrangements later. The Old Man river is now three feet! higher than normal, and stands higher body-DUlIaing nutriment 8S than at any time this spring. Unless i yQU jn, tWO Shredded more rains fall there is. not likely to be a flood here. Many rivers and creeks in the north of the province are in flood. j Quartered in Barracks j The 113th battalion, Lethbridge Highlanders, since going to Calgary, havB been Quartered in the Victoria barracks. Sarcee Camp was in such fearful condition after the Tains that it was decided not to send any- more troops out there for the pres- ent. Died in Ambulance Mrs. Daniel Morrison, of Lombiid, who was brought to the city yesterday to undergo treatment for a serious affliction, died on her way to the hos- pital in the ambulance yesterday after- noon. Thf) deceased was 5H years of age, and waa well known in Leth- bi'idge as Mra. Pollock, having lived here for a number of years. Only re- cently she was married to Mr. Morri- son, a farmer near Lomond. Two sis- ters, Mrs. Cochrane and Mrs. Main, and a niece. Mrs, McTait, live in Lcth1 bridge, the funeral arrangements are awaiting the arrival of Air, Morrison.. NO TRUTH IN THIS London. May 31. Premier Asquith stated in the house of commons today, in answer to a that there was noth- ing in the recent wtatement made b'y Dr. Von Bethnmnn-, Hollweg, thn German imperial chancellor, that Indicated Ger- many was prepared to consider terms of peace which would 't safeguard intereuls of the. entente at lies and the future peace of Europe. Packet of LFLY FADS KlUMtWt FUES THAN DF Clean to handle. Sold by all rjrug- ta, Oroccrs and General Stores. you _ Wheat Biscuits, the food that contains all the muscle- making material in the whole wheat grain, prepared in a digestible" :fOf 'Two Shredded Wheat'-. Biscuits with milk or cream will make a complete, perfect meal at a cost'.of not over five cents. A food for young- sters arid grown-ups. Eat it for breakfast with milk or cream; eat it for limcheon with fresh berries 6r other fruits; meaj for the Spring days. Made in Canada. i OONT ___FDRCET WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TD OFFER Please notify CENTRAL PROVINCIAL [QMMiTTEE The Health and Beauty Bath is assured when Lifebuoy Soap is used; It keeps the akin radiantly' clean and glowing with health. Lifebuoy'is an honest soap a, cake and .smell it. A mild carbolic odor is means an ut- terly healthy ekin. But, the odor vanishes immediately after use. HEALTHY s ICE Clear as cryatjil Delivered to all parti of the Cltjr Prices right SATISFACTION GUARANTEED JOHN BBODIE, PHONE 710 ASK YOUR GROCER FOR "Crystal Brand" Creamery Butter The Best Fresh Butter on the by The Crystal Dairy Lethbridge' ''hone 1676 00 YOU BORN COflt? The Grace Coal Mine is now prepared "to take caro air orders. PHONE 12SO The .quality is the bstt. Delivered, ton ton IN TWO TON LOADS Howard Stutchhyry> Secy. R Kelurned' ALBERTA, J, R, OLIVER, City Clerk, Secy. ROOFING AND Sheet Metal Work 15. Dixon PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK ;