Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. B Hold Windsor I Best S1.ZS a bay Hotel In Alberta. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Fl ORISTS t ij VegetJblti FRACHEBROS. Sonic Lines We sire Giving; Exceptionally Good On GOOD SCuixD WINitH have been stored in Jin ideal jind tlic tlos urc extra eood for present use. Worth HUNT than we are soiling Ihcill for, out we hiid a whole earloml direct t'roui U'ushhiKton and are yivlns an oxlnt low pricc'ou lliem: YORK tusc ............J1.50 ROMAN BEAUTIES AND NEW.TON I'cr rase FINEST EASTERN and mealy. Per sack ALBERTA CANNED Hnrvoit Brand, noth- ing liner packed In Cwnada anywhoro; As- sorU'd Cases. 3S -01 I'or! Arthur, ciomly 3S 32 .10 Tin- in prairif provinc- es has brcii still milil with rain.s. FORECAST All ami uiilil today and on Tueslby. BO gl 3d 56 30 33 25 .01 SS 32 .22 10 31 -1C 33 47 35 1.05 61 31 .02 CITY AND DISTRICT Pereonai Mention Mr.- and Mrs. O. YV. Larsen or Grassy Lake are in tlie city. Ex-Mayor Sinuott of Calgary spent Friday in the city attending IG his interests here. ITIVE DARK HAIK AND LOOK YOUXG Grandmother kept her hair beauti- fully darkened, glossy and abundant a brew of Sage Tea and Sulphur Whenever her hair tell out or took on thai dull, faded or streaked ap- pearance, this simple mixture n-as ap- plied with effect. By ask- ing at any drug store [or "Wyeth's Sape and Sulphur you will get a large bottle of this old time recipe, ready to" use, for about 50 .cents. This simple mixture can be depended.upon to restore natural col- or and beauty 10 the hair and is splen- did for dandruff, dry, itchy scalp and hair. A well-known downtown druggist says everybody uses M'yeth's Sage and Sulphur, because it darkens so natur- ally aad evenly that nobody am tell it.has been so easy to uw. too. You simply dampen a comb or Edit brush and draw ii through your hair, taking one strand at a time. By morniDg' the graj hair disappears; after another application or two, it js restored to Its natural color and looks glossy, soft and abundant. Sold by J. p. Higinbothsm Co. Limited. A PATRIOTIC TEA Will be given by MHS. W. D. L. HARDIE (12-52 !th Ave. South) From 3 to 6 p.m., and In the Evening for the Young People, from 8 o'clock on Tuesday, April Gth Collection Will Be Taken. NO MARKETS TODAY Today being a bank holiday, all ex- changes are closed. LIVESTOCK PRICES SATURDAY Calgary; Hogs, S7.65: cattle, Winnipeg: SE.QO; cattle, 37.75. Chicago: S6.50-Sti.95- 'cattle, 55.90-SS.75. LOCAL WHEAT PR.UCES Track prices: c. 1 Northern........... Jvo. J Xortliern.......... No. ;i Northern.......... Vagon lots: Ko. 1 Northern.......... 13G No. 2 Northern.......... J3i o. 3 Northern prices same. J Spring Work Starts F. S. Leftinswell of Warner reyorls that the crop conditions in ihe so.uth liave never been better. J. T Ilcninser is m the ciiy from where" spring work is s'.art- i H. H. Johnson was in.town Satur- day. He says ibat plowing wfil uc general in the "south by week. A Healthy Body with a Wide-awake Brain If your stomach is out of order, digestion is feel the effects throughout Hie hotly, even your brain wiU uot readily respond to its tasks. Nyal's-Dyspepsia Tablets promptly relieve stomach troub- les. Tliey also directly aid in the digestion of food and if used regularly will soon overcome cause of the digestive disorder. Put up in convenient form. Easy to take. Price 25 and 50c. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Third Avc. S. CITY AND DISTRICT Takes Over Garage Bruce Algar of Calgary has arrived in the city to take over the Cadillac garage, Niiith street South. Band Concert The miners' Band, under tlie direc- tion of P. Lanicsfield, gave ;i concert at Adams Park yesterday afternoon. The band 'will give a concert in Gull Gardens next Sunday at S.30 p.m. A good programme bns beeu arranged. Something Different Something Better ELLISON'S SPECIALS CRUSHED OATS AND COllN Your horses will work Letter 011 it----......... ycr ton MIXED CORN CHOP -Filll1 OTOllllcl. Ht'sl1 Oil Hie market for Hogs.. per ton SAMPLES FURNISHED ON REQUEST Call, Write, or Phone. Ellison Milling and Elevator Co., Limited Lelhbridgo, Alberta. Carlson Residence Sold The Carlson residence on Fourth j avenue South has been purchased by PI. Osiiund. Mrs. Carlson aud child-' ren will leave in about two months to suend the summer ;iL Lake .Mlnne- tonka. Mr. Carlson will spend most of his time here until crops are har- vested. 3 Get Your Farm Home from the Canadian Pacific An immense area ot ihe most fer tile land in "Western Canada ior sa! it low- prices and easy terms, ranging from ?il.OO to for farm land ample rainfall irrigated lands One-T wen tietl wltliin iwcnty years In irrigation districts, loan for farm buildings, etc., up to also payable in twenty years. Here is your Opportunity to increase your farm holdings by setting adjoining land, or secure your friends as neighbors. For literature and particulars apply to A, F. CAMERON, Gen'l Supt. of Lands Deal, of Natural Rescurces C.P.R CALGARY ALBERTA OR WILSON SKEITH Agenti. Lethbridge. Alberta ENDS BACON Hie Yorkshire Nightingale Appeared in Toronto Fifty Tunes; 111 Winnipeg Eight Times Mr. Bacon Avas present at the Retreat from MOMS and the Battle of the Ma me. He spent 10 weeks in the trenches, and part of the pro- gram 'will be given to the relation ol his each night. Tonight and Tomorrow Night, 8 p.m. sharp Change of Program Tuesday Night. One Price to Cents, Who Needs a Boy? Fannprs aud others, reiiuirins the services of boys to help on; farms, should apply to tbe Superintendent of Neglected Children, Old Parliament Buildings, Edmonton, has FI num- ber of good, strung boys available for work. Homes of good are required will bo treated with all confidence, and lull information given freely on any ques- tions which applicants may ask." King John's Motor Cars King John a wicked said the little daughter, the otber evening. "He used to run over neople bis motor cars." The professor was puzzled., I-Iaven'i you made a he Inquired, doubtfully. "Surely your teacher did not ted you that "Oh, yes, she diu. She told us that King John Around down itte pecp'Ie with his and Country. The Man. With Two Voices Yesterday was a full day for Enos Bacon In Lethbrldse. He addressed the 20th Battery at 9.30 a.m.; spoke at ihe Men's Own in St. Andrew's church at 4 p.m., and preached in Wes- ley church at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. He is a most unique man and speaker, and his gift of two.voices in is quite extraordinary. The church auditorium was well Riled at the evening service, and the large audience was intensely interested. His Interpretation of was lit telling and at times humorous illustrations trom his" wide travels, and particularly from his ten -weeks' exoeriences in the trenches, during 'which he encouraged the men with speech an3 song. He will tell tbe story of thoie days in ills "recitals tonight and tomorrow night in Wesley church, and the battery will attend in body. A large and well balanced cboir, assisted-by Miss Bessie Hazel, and under the direction of Mrs. Ger- rude Bailey, gave a very fine pro- gramme of music at each.service. SEED TIME Mane CorellS Queen Alexandra Black Knight Mrs. Walter Wright Eckfor.d's Dvwarf Mixed' Scarlet (Tad) Lpbb's Black Prince. Lucifer McKenzje's Mixed LAWN GRASS AND VEGETABLE SEEDS English Broad Windsor Beans Saleify .Chard Brussels Sprouts Etc., etc. ltd. The 3JMCOM Store Science Approves Science has placed Hie seal oE its disapproval upon white refined ccr- which cause indigestion and con- stipation, have little nutrition and are costly, br. Jackson's Roman Heal Is the exact opposite from other food. It is dark, coarse, nutritious, iiids digestion, and positively relieves constipation, or "money back." At all grocers. Demonstrated at the Hud- son's Boy Co. this Sate of Work at rhfi Citadel On Wednesday atternoon and even- ins, April 7, a gale of work will be held at the Salvation Army Citadel by the sisters of. the Home League. Amsterdam, April The Vor- wacrts publishes uu eulogistic review of a pamphlet published in Vienna by Dr. Ucorgc Landaiicr. entitled "Hug- laud An Investigation.1' The journal says "Against the unproved allegations 'flint English diplomacy desired world war and had systematically worked for. it, Dr. Lamlauer recalls thai a whole series of crises threat- ening war which arose miner the last three ministries terminated peaceful- ly owing to Utiglish efforts." Tbe v'onvacris then quotes Dr. Laiirtaucr "Every one moderately acquainted with England must admit that a hos- tile fccliug among the English peo- ple towards llic German ripht up to the last flays before the outbreak oi organization, which is composed at I war cannot he safe] to have existed, ladies ot the Salvation Army Corps I The English people indeed at, times and have been making [cured an Anglo-German war, but a. great variety of articles, useful and never desired it, least of all at the ornamental for some time. A large moment, when it broke out, just when quantity has been gathered and will j the lear of a German attack had di- bo sold on-Wednesday next. All man-' ner of articles can be obtained, includ- ing ciotliiiitf for cliildreii and adults. Something of interest all the time will be given. The Narrow Escapes pavilion at Henderson Lake Alfalfa and Livestock on the Farm These two lines of agriculture and In alfa'ifa, more live- lock on the farm! The farmer who an handle both of them successfully on the same farm sho.uld make a suc- cess. 3. S Dunbam, chairman of the flural Relations eommittsc of the Lethbridgs Board of Trade, and sec- ond vice-president of the U.F.AJ, is very much Interested in alfalfa cul- ture, both on dry and irrigated land- It 'has been demonstrated that thia crop can be grown successfully en dry land if it is properly handled. In or- der to interest farmers In, alfalfa, the Rural Relations committee have agreed to furnish enough seed -free to plant half an acre to each of the farmers who have received livestock through the Let lib ridge Livestock Guarantors of the Board of Trade, It should not.be 'limited, to a few; but all fanners should avail themselves cf the opportunity to get at least half im au're of their farm planted to test out the possibilities of growing one of the heat fodder crops. Of course, thfl Board of Trade cannot supply the seed free to any other tnoso ipecifled above, but the sma'il amount I of seed to Dlant half an acre) should nut keep any farmer from making the experiment for him- ielf. The Rural Relations committee will supply instructions for planting [and caring for a'ifalfa to all farmers who wish to try half an acre, and J would be pleased to. farmer j In southern Alberta take up the gro'w- Ing of alfalfa. Any communication on 1 the subject should he-addressed to tfio bridge. CANADIAN CASUALTIES Ottawa, April casualties -is- ,_ sued tonight by the raiJitia' depart- Wflr for raenL are as iollows was opened for .the season yesterday hy Joseph Gillespie. A couple ot up- sets celebrated the occasion. A couple of Battery hoys undertook to change seats in a canoe, and were res- cued by Mr. Gillespie in a row hoat. Another wuuld-be fish got overheard, and sat on the stern oE hie canoe, tie also goi The beating season be- gan inauspiciously. Mending Broken Leg Corporal "Sandy" Bannerman of the 31st Battalion, is hack in the city frnm Calgary, convalescing from broken leg, which he received playing football.' lie reports tbat the Leth- bridge hoys are all well, and that auth- entic rumors are current In Calgary that the 31st will leave tin's week for the east. He says that he will go with them if he has only one leg. LOST U. S. minished. "U'hocvet has made the'acquaint- ance nf this people in the inlfmacj' of its. homes and observed how in work rise tn tlfn surface. She nod a and pleasure it'knows how to pre: 2fl- men. The picture gives an un- She is repoted sunk in Honolulu arbor two miles off. shore. The F-4 made a deep dive and failed to again order as its own policeman, whoever is convinced oi the dignity which Hi is people displays in bearing national adversity, such' a one can never possibly believe that this peo- ple has become a criminal against itself and the'human iacc." The rural municipalHy of Portage La Prairie will borrow for tbe purchase of seed grain. usual vieivof top construction of. tho submarine. CLOSED AT 7 IN SASKATCHEWAN Regina, Sns'v., April (lay, the first prohibition legislation In this province came Into force, and liars closed nt 7 o'cloelc. FIRST BATTALION Reported Killed March Sydney Preston. Bembridge, Isle of Wight. THIRD BATTALION Dangerously III. Private Robert John Mac-Lean, gun- shot -wound in.head, Newton, Hamil- ton, Ireland. -Reported Killed JIarcn Robert Gilmore, Uomacred, Kesh, Fermanagh, Ire- land. TWENTY-THIRD BATTALION Seriously 111 Private C. Barraseina, at Military hospital, ivith pneumonia, San Lorenza, Italy. PRIXCESS PATRICIAS Died of 'formerly reported wounded March Joseph Lorette (formerly ISlh Sacknlle. N. B. Marcb Mctiean Uubcll- son, 95th street, Edmonton. Reported Missing March John Hums, Bir- mingham, N.Y., enlisted Montreal. Dangerously Wounded Tornmy Has the Goods "I didn't think Tommy Atkins had it in him until I saw liim under fire at- Mons, Ypres, Charleroi and St. Quentin, and other of the great battles in said Mr. Enos Bacon this morning to the Herald representative. Mr. Bacon is in town lecturing on the I war for tlic temperance cause, and is able to give intensely vivid accounts of what he aa'w on tbe great battle field. He is lecturing tonight at Wea ley church. Af YPRES Paris, April 4. The following offi- cial statement 'was issued by the War Office tonight: "The day has been calm on the front, save in the Woevre dis- trict, where our progress lias con- tinued. We have taken possession of the! village oE Regnievllle, about kilometres (1V6 miles) to the west of Fey-En-Haye, which we occupied April 1." Kept Germani Dick Paris, April The official com- munication iiBued by the War Office Saturday followa: "Saturday at Domplerre, ,to the southwest of Peronnc, we continued to make satisfactory progress with our mining operations. Near Laasigny the GernunB attack- _ March Stephen Findlay, ed and attempted to deboi.ch. They (formerly -32nd 'Briarcrest, Saskatchewan. Dangerously III Sergeant- D. Stirling, Caledonia road, Wisliaw, Scotland. James R, Philip, of the Board ot Trade, Leth-I.oV cuatcms at of 81, fc at tHe were stopped short by our fire they were Ballylng forth from their trench- es. "In Upper Alaace, in the region of BurnliRUpt-lc-Haut, we repulicd two German Paris ,April is nothing to was the announcement from the-War Office tbls afternoon. AUCTION5ALE Raymond, Alberta Giving. to llie Knight Sugar Co. going' out' of tlio Horse Business wo will .sell by'.PuWic' Auction without reserve 3QO Head of Horses (Mostly Mares) TOMORROW, Tuesday AT 10 O'CLOCK 21 Studs These Studs comprise Shires, 1'crclicrons and Clyde's, mostly Reg., so'.ne inijiorted, from four years old, will be sold with Gov- ernment Veterinary Certificates. If you ijeed a 8'tud.coine to this sale. The 300 head will bo. sold in Jots to suit These Mares are all bred to good Studs aud are an extra good lot. SPECIAL TRAIN will leave Lcthbridgc at 8.30 Tomorrow Morning. GAf-ill KO UESEKVE A. LAYZELL, AUCTIONEER 520 Centre St., Calgary.