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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. llolel Windsor LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FLORISTS FRACHE BROS.] PREPARE FOR EASTER By getting 3 supply of the Best Goode Available for the occattcfl. We had n lot of Fresh Goods in thlc week and will have tnoro before the end of th- SWIFT'S Wliolo. INM- poiiml .'......................23c SWIFT'S PREMIUM tly lite side. pound .................30c Slk'Pd fvr pound .......................32e New LAID dozen ...............20c MAGRATH FRESH MADE CREAMERY BUT- pound .......................40e NAVEL 28c, 40c LARGE Per dozen FRESH tounds for ...........26c FRESH Uood size, solid lieuds; price each ......25o FRESH pound ..............lOc FANCV CHCll ..30c and 35c RIPE expected on Sat- urday monilnc. Markol print. GREEN uunchuH for ............15c FRESH bunches for ..........25c RIPE BAN dozen ........35c ind Established over Foi-ty-one Years THE STANDARD BANK OF CANADA ASSETS OVER The A, B, C of Banking Joint Accounts are a Con- venience. ICeeP a Savings Account, and Let Your Money Accu- mulate. 17S We solicit your account in our SAVINGS DEPARTMENT LETHBSIBGE BRANCH, 315, 13th Street N. G. F. -THE- Yorksfiire Nightingale Enos Bacon The Mau with Two Natural, Distinct Voices SONGS, RECITALS, MONOLOGUES Mr. Bacon vas present at the Retreat from Moils aud the Battle of the Marne. The first opportunity of hearing of the Great War from oue who was present. Jlr. Bacon has appeared in Toronto fifty times, .and in Winnipeg eight times. Church Monday Tuesday Next APBIL 5th AND 6th _________ One Price to Ceuts. MEN'S OWN OPEN SESSION This Week In St. ANDREWS CHURCH To Provide Extra Accommodation 4 P. M. SPEAKER: Enos Bacon Known as the Yorkshire Nightingale. Mi-. Bacon Will Also Sing EARLY IF VOU WANT A SEAT. 11 '.'THE RESURRECTION OF ''OPENING THE DOOR OF-' PARADISE.'' A WELCOME TO-ALLI BEST WINTER APPLES, YORK IMPERIALS, PUR CASE J1.60 BEST WI-NTER APPLES, ROMAN BEAUTY AND NEWTON PIPPINS, PER CASE THE GOOD CO. Store Phine 525 Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHEH Msr. G8 Min. cloudy.. Edmonton rain 3S 42 .06 Calgary, fair....... 66 42 -Medicine Hat. fair.... 74 4G Saskatoon, cloudy 03 32 Moose Jaw, cloudy 74 34 tteglna. cloudy...... 67 31 Brnndon. cloudy 55 .30 Portage, cloudy..... 47 25 Winnipeg, cloudy..- 46 34 Port'Anhur, cloudy 40 22 The weather in the prairie provinces lias been mostly cloudy with scatter- ed showers In Alberta, 'svhere tlie weather has been very nllld. Forecast All few scattered showers, but mostly lair and mild today and on Sunday. CITY AND DISTKICT Spends Easter in City C. M. McLennan, formerly of the Herald staff, IB in the, city from the Herald farm at Roley, io spend the Busier season with friends in the city. Evangelistic Services every person, who. hae cone In coutucE ivtth die erangeJiBlic -ser- vices conducted by Evangelists Gil- bart and -McPherson, characterizes as the greatest and most successful cam- paign this city hue ever witnessed, a close last evening in St. Andrew's church. A splendid crowd gathered, and a pleasing feature oC Lhe evening was the presentation of an address to the evangeliBts from the nascorg concerned and the execu- tive "committee, expressing their deep appreciation of the splendid work ac- complished; also a beautiful illumin- ated address from the young Indies of Lethhridge to Mr. Gllbart, express- ing their appreciation for the benefit they had received in the special j young ladies' addresses he had dellv-j ered. This address was read and I presented by Ellsie Maison, on I behalf of tbe young ladles. The evan-1 jelisis made suitable replies, eipress- Ins their appreciation for the hearty co-operation they had received. Another pleasing- event ,of the ev- ening' iras the auaouacemeuc made by Rev. G. H. Cobbledick, that the evan- gelists had been. Invited by the Min- .sterial association of the city to con- tinue the campaign In the .southern parr of the city, opening In AVesley hall nest. Wednesday evening.' This announcement was received with hearty applause. MARKETS CHAIN PRICES Winnipeg, April anfl closing priiceB today were as follows: May........'. 1-5014 lo? July............ 14914 Oct............. UGli 116% Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1 Northern.............. .150% No. '1 Northern.............. loOH No. 3 Northern 14714 No. 2 G. W. 61% No. J '514. Flax- No. 1 X. TV. C................ 175% Chicago Wheat- May 152 1S3% .July........ 12114 -122% Oct.......... 10314 110% Minneapolis May......... 14474 LOCAL MARKETS Track prices: No. 1 Northern No. 2 NonliGru lM% No. 3 Northern 134% Wason lot urices: No. 1 Northern'.......- 134 No. 2 Northern.......... 131 No. 3 Northern.......... 12S A. R. vV. fjiiccu A PATRIOTIC TEA Will be given by MRS. W. D. L. HARDIE (1842 6th Ave. South) from 3 to 6 p.m.', and in the Evening for the Young People, from 8 o'clock on Tuesday, April 6th Collection Will T.ktn. EASTER CARDS FOR EASTER GIVING When more, elaborate gifts are not Easter CardB. We lULve an excellent assort- ment of Easter Curds, Folders, etc. We alto have B nice variety of EASTER NOVELTIES, CHICKS, EGG6, BASKETS, RABBITS. See the Live Easter Chicks iii our window. The Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited Third Ave. S. CITY AND DISTKICT Transferred to Ottawa J. Stafford, formerly agent at the Dominion Land office, has been i transferred from Winnipeg to ottaivu. Something Different Something Better ELLISON'S SPECIALS CRUSHED QAT8 AND Your horses will work better on it per ton MIXED CORaY CHOP Fine ground. Best on the market for Hogs yoi1 ton SAMPLES FURNISHED ON REQUEST Personal Mention Donald Thompson, formerly in the employ of the JDCII] land office, und now In training with Hie 13th C.M.n. at Cardstou. Is In the cily for the East er holidays. Call, Write, or Phono. Ellison Milling and Elevator Co., Limited Lethbridge, Alberta. Mr. Bacon Telia of Battles Enos Bacon, who appears at Wesley church on Monday and Tues- day nights, was an eyewitness of the hattles of MODS and of the Marne. He tells thrilling stories of the trenches, stories winch bring one close to the British soldier in action. J. Millar Not Wounded There wu evidently a mistake in the Herald's Information on Thursday regarding the wounding of J. Miller, with the Lethbrldge machine gun sec- tion at the front. Mrs. Miller states that she has not Intimation to that effect though she had heard the rumor. His last ielier stated that he had been In the trenches, but had come out o.Jc. Easter Gold Fish ppportunlty to secure an Easter Gift without addi- tional outlay! Simply nake your selection from the partial list below of standard Renll Goods (to the amount of FIFTY Cents) and the. globe and 5ah; are: yours. Cherry Bark- Cold Tablets...............25c Orderlies SKIN FOOD Rose, Violet Talcum Powder Harmony Glycerine 3oap (violet and Rose) 3-for SOc Toilet Cream Headache etc......25c Tooth Powder ..............25c Tooth Paite ...............25c Tooth Bruihet .............25c Stationery..........2Sc to Playing 35c, 50c Toothache Drops Corn Cure .................25c Shaving Lotion Catarrh Jelly ..............25c Rubbing Etc., etc., etc. Needless to say, they will be snapped up quickly, ao you hart potter get your order In early.. Phone you can't. The Grand, pack of every thing that bears their name and will refund the purchase money to any dissatisfied cus- tomer, We carry a full line of Aquarium Shells, Fish Food, Aquarium Plant, 'etc. Country orders promptly at- tended to. J. D. Higinbotham Company, Limited EXCHANGE We have: Clear City Property to exchange for Farm Laud with small-mortgages. FOB SALE Think Tliis Over: 10, 20 or 30 acres of Irrigated Land three miles only from city, at ijillO pey Easy terms arranged. We want to show you this. Send ue your list if you want to Trade Anything. J. COMPANY P. 0. Box Phone 1412. (r Don't Starve YOUR SIGHT Feed your eyes with optical If they show the slightest indication ot perverted vision. "Hunger strike" diet may win out as adopted by Eng- ligh militant suffragettes, but failure In prdp.dfug' glasses lor your weakened eyes Is.a starvation policy that IB bound to prove 'coitly. Let Us Help You to Eye Comfort We are thoroughly compe- tent in our -pr'ofenlon, and will give you the full benefit of our long experience. Eye in charge of Optical Department. RAWright THE JEWELER. Battery Men Invited The officers and men of tbe 20th Battery will attend ag guests at the concert recital to given in Wesley chiirch on Afonday evening next by Enos BacOn, who will tell Llie story of the retreat from Mone. 'ivhich be per- sonally 'Witnessed. Socialist, Lecture A.-Socialist lecture, under the aus- pices of the Socialist party of Canada, will be held In the Monarch Theatre, Sunday, April 4, at 8 p.m. Subject, "War, and Hi effect on humanity, cr nature of human brain -work." Speaker, Sophie Muskat. GeeM Still at Large A hunting party, consisting of S. .7. Shepherd, E. A. Ewart, W, R. Seatle and J, C. ReJd apent Friday wJtli .Mr. Jelliff at Raley. It was the in- tention of the nlmrods to depopulate the wild goose haunts In that vicinity, but according to reports they bagged them not and the geese are still run- ning at large. Eaatflr Services at the Citadel Special Easter services will be held nt the Salvation.Arniy Citadel on Sun- day, commencing willi a march, head- ed by the Citadel Band at 7 a.m.; a kneedrill will follow, at 7.30; break- fast provided, for nil who come a Jong At 10.30 open- air gattiennE at the corner of'Fourth, avenue "and Fit th by a also at 3 and 7.30 p.m. Ensign Bryentdn of Calgary will deliver addresses'nt tbe various meet- ings. Efforts ere being made to make this a "record Sunday from all stand- points. Everybody heartMy -welcomed to all Your Skin ring worm, pim- ples, scales 'and. crusts are due to myriad .'deeply hurled germs in the akin. To secure.reMe'I.and cure these germs' aiiist ba 'destroyed and elimin- utetf. The D. p. D. Prescription, a mild -compound. In liquid form of oil of wintergroen, thymol and other heal- ing elements, will give mutant rellet in aJI casos. .Unlllcc salves, it pene- trates to the deeply ".tilrled germs, kille and washes them .out. All druggists have p. .P. D. A gen- erous trial h'ottle for 25c. Come in and let; us. It'JJ you'.aibout. our money hack guarantee offer oil a full size holtle also about D.D.D. Soap. J: D.. Hljlnbotham Limited, Lithbrldgi, O. D. D. IS; MADE. IN CANADA. ELEPHANT Liquid Paint FOR INTERIOR AND EXTER- I 0 R PAINTING, PREPARED FOR IMMEDIATE USE. REGULAR PER' GALLON Price for balance o( this week THIS IS HIGHEST GRADE PURE LINSEED OIL PAIN.-. C. W. GRAY 5Hi Street South I Monday Tueiday STARLAND. TWO WO ME tf A THREE REEL FEATIJRE When his 15-year-old girl stole his' life savings, James .Senftof-Cleveland committed suicide. Black White Leads! Scotland's Best Scotch Whisky Try Bearer Board Next IT will lave iD the mint and o( pkiur ud wall-paper. It pcmiti raott beautiful inlenor dciiiowf ill UK DOft modern style. It never cracks or ratci, and needs no DEAVfiR For Beaver Boird it Very quickly anj mily put up; t hbuw unmet in vintcr, uoter in with unMnitsry wall-paiKr; Hd has many other Let uc show you Minplw and id! vr'' J. B. TURNEV AND CO, LIMITEO. Dlltrlct Dlttrlbuleri Pheiw 791 ;