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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta FOR PEDIGREE Burbank Seed Potatoes I'lnrly. lnrLi'(^ iiH';ily.-siii;i ll-c\(mI. xcry 'u'si (|uiillly .uTivwii. W'l' lia\c :i limitiMl (|ii;\iilily of, l li.csi' ! n arri vc 1 his week. 1,(NIVo or-iliM'N now ir yoii waiil souu'. Extra Quality Roman Beauty Apples I,arLi(> \ sradc and tnarantee it. 'I'lie Kovenimont re.'oninteuds its use. To make sure of best results .von should Kci your .supr.l.i' rroni us. CITY AND DLSTIUOT First Trip .Supt. ('. A. Cottorill of the C. P. R. � made his first trip on liis division yos- ! terday visiting Contts and Cardston subdivisions!. Has Enlisted I Ward lomcs from .MaRtath that Fred Karreu. one ot the best known men on the Cardston branch, has on-I listed with the 13th O.M.Ii. [ Modern Woorimrn I Camp .\o. ItOO.'i, .Modern Woodmen j of America, meets tills e\enins in Ihe I Oddfellows Hall. All members are re! (Uiested to attend. Must Pay Ud The lime is up for licensees under city bylaws lo pay up tlieir fees. Chief Hardy is after the delinquents who may find themselves in coc.rt one oi' these line inorninRs. We can also erifn- .icrade of iuniish a sup-Blue Stone lo ihoic who prefer to use it as v. method oi destroying smut. Tke Red Cross Drisg & Book Co., Limited Death of Infant j .John .Al( .\ab. aged two nn)nths, son i of .Mr. and .Mrs. David Gardiner, pass- ' ed away yesterday. 'I'he funeral will be held tomorrow at ;.:.:w from the residence. 42;! 12th t-'treet North. Tuesday Livestock Prices (.'alsary-llo;4s, i') to $10; steers.: 7.� U) 57.nO:'cows $4 to Jtj.-'n; hell-i r^rs. .^ti..">o to $7. i Chicauo-Ho.t;s, S>1.7r to S'J.sn; cat-, tie. 5:'.yo ID iO.li'i; siieep, i$(;.:i(i lo' Military Funeral ! The funeral of Pte. Richard Wil-! loughby of the Kilties, who died on i .Monday inornliiB. will be held on Fri- ! day afternoon at three o'clock from i Fetterly's parlors. The funeral, which � will be a military one, will be con- I ducted by Kev. A. U. Denoon. i LOCAL MARKETS ;LetIibridge Monumental ! and Cut Stone Works LOCAL GRAIN . ! Wagon prices- � Wheat ............. � i; : Gals .............. .-. I Vlnx ............ : Barley ........... 1 Track prices : i Wheat ............ iOats .............. Flax.............. PRICES :;o'-11)1 41 101 :i4^; 17o:H Pony Express and Transfer BALED HAY FOR SALE �r-s ^'OOVflO BORN CDIll? >5s W8 Fifth Ctre�t South. DRAYING OF ALL KINDS Phone 632 OAK! -- Farmers, Attention! We liave just received a car load of splendid oak. If you are in need of 2 .x 4, - x i; and 'i x buy iiulckly for it is ijoing fast. Citizens Lumber Co. ALEX HARRON. Mgr. The (jlracf Coal Mine is now prepared to take care of all orders. PHONE 12S0 The quality Is the best. Delivered, $4..')0 Ion At mine , . :J.2.H Ion LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice sicers. 0'- to i. ' Fat cows, ,1% to i Sheep-Clioire icillii'.ii v.i-tliers. S. , Sheei)-Choice Icillin.i; ewes, i Select hOKS. i:0-!?or. ihs,. fi. i BUYING PRiCuo rOR HAY ' .\'o. 1 limotliy, baled, ton.....$10.."jO ' .\'o. 1 alfalfa, baled, ton ...... Ki.Oi'i ! No. 1 bluejoiiit ............... 10.00 j The J STEAM COAL THE BEST IS CHEAPEST 1 RAMv COAL IS BEST BY TEST Exclusive Agents for SOUTHERN ALBERTA -�.- PHONE OR WIRE BECKER & YATES, LETHBRIDGE, WARNER. NEiW DAYTON i MANITOBA'S VOTE , I WInnipesr. .\pr;i 4.-('omplete re , turns of tht- referendum vole on pro-: 'hibition lielrl .March l.'.lh last sho\. ' ' 4!i,!i;it; voles for the .Manitoba temper- ; � unce uer and 2."i,2!):'. agalnKi. a major-' ity of L';;.(j'4;!. in the far iiortliern ion- | slituency of Churchill and Nt-lson, ;io ' ''""^ V"''" Meccionablc prohibition. The oniy otiier consntu-encies eiving invcr-'.! i:.';ij,jritios W'_ - � .North Winnipeg and St. Hoiiiface, boili liy very small marKHis. Pascall's English Confefctions Barley Walnuts. Bergamy Fs.irs. Fruit Satines, Celestial Bon-Eons. Fruit Bon-Sons. Mint Creams. Almond Paste, Strawberry Pralines, Etc.. Etc., Etc. This coiisia;!!!!!!;!!! ur-]'iv('(l today, liavi nu' siicccs^t'iilly dodu'cd llic siiliiiiai'iucs. J. D. Higinbolham & Co. �--- Limited ---- Delegate to Spokane N. W. Allin is spending the week in 1 Spokane, bein,? a delegate at the con- i vention beiuB held in that cltv by the 1 I Curtis Publishing ("o., of Philadelphia. , I for their district agents in the west-! ; ern states. Alberta and C. TUo i Kenny it .Allin Co. are tha district agents for l.,ethbrldBe. i School Attendance ' Attendance figures for the month ot i .March compiled by Secretary-treasur-j er Fleetwiiod of the public school, 'board show enrolraejit tor month 15(ie. I ; average daily attendance i:!21. per-i |ceutage for the month .S7.72. The ban- | jner for attendance for tiie nionlh was | I won by Mr. T. Hamilton's class. Har- I didlevtlle. with m.O:! per cent. I ' Evangelistic Meetings j Anotlier large congregation heanl i .Evangelists Bogue and Webb at the I Christian church last night, when .Mr.; i Bogue delivered a discourse on i ;"!!aunlcd .Man" the thought he devel-| joped being of the pursuing presence i of God. which man could not avoid ' wherever he went. This evening he 'will speak on "The Uivine Cliallenge" , land Mr. Webb will sing "Wotilil You j Believe." as sung by Ira Sankey. Stors TELEPHONE NO. 322 1 Auto Collision j A collision betwesjii an automobile { and a Chinaman's vegetable wagon at the corner of Tliird avenue south and 1 I'Jtli Htreci .K soiilh. tliis morning, spilled the beans. Ling Ching and Jteturned sold.ers wiio become ob- L.niployee, collided on the turn. The' will ;)( CiBciplined, I vegetable wagon was damaged, the! horse ran away and Ling Ching hurt. ! Outside the breaking of thbiil your . . car; We are paying special iiueiilluu lo conslguments of grain to the Calgary Terminal elevator. "Tlie proof of the profits is in the returns." W. K. PORTER, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH. \\ iicii you darken yoiir hair will. Sage Tea and Sulphur, no one can tell, hecausi- its done so naturally, sc , evenly. Prepariug tiiis mixture ^ Uhough, at home is mussy and troublf-- some. For .70 ci'Mis you can buy at ^an\ drug store llie ready-io-use tonic I called "Wyeth's Sage ami tiiilplmr ! ! Compound." Von just dampen aj I sponge or soft brush with it and [draw Ibis ilirough youi' luiir,\ inking I one small strand at a tilne. By morn-ling all gray hair disappears, and lufler another application or two, youv ;liBlr becomes beautifully darkened, |glo3;sy and lu.iiuriant. Vou will also  discover daudruff Ik gone and Imli lias slopiietl fulling. I Cray, faded hair, though no dis-; gruct!. is a sign of o.'d afie, and as we all desire a youthful and attractive uppeanince. gel. busy at once with Wyeth's Sago and .Sulphur and look years younger. .1. D. lUglnBotham &. Co., LImltcrl, Dvu.iiglsts, I'.ethbrldge, Alberla.-Ailverilsenieut, MILD SENTENCES FOR CIVILIANS IN THE WINNIPEG'rIOTS Witinipeg, .April 4.- Leniency was grailted three civilians, found guilt}' of participation in the street riot Saturday, al a special silling of the city police court this afternoon, on recommendation of police ollicials iind f:rown Counsel firaliain. Kacli of the three was fined 520 and costs by .Magistrate McDonald villi pm nplioii of two months in jail. The Baker's Oven versus ^The Kitchen Range .\s you know, bread is made by fermentation with yeast. Wlien the fermentation lias proceeded far enough, and the bread is ready it is put into the oven and baked. The baking must kill all the yeast cells because if they arr' not killed they continue working in the baked loaf, and wlien it is eaten cause indigeslion and kindred sloniacli ills. That is why a baker's oven is built of brick and kf^H so hot - ,"i.70 degrees. When a loaf of liread is baked a I this heal, the injside of the loaf never goes over l,"iO degrees, which is sufficient to kill Ihi' yeast cell. Your range heated to llfiO degrees 'tannot heat the inside of the loaf enough to kill the yeast cells. That is one reason why Quaker bread is more wholeaoine than homo-made bread. t *s Phone 378 and our driver will call or ask your Grocer John Gilmore How Would You Like To Buy At Wholesale Prices Per Case Per Case GOOD CO. Throw Off Colds and Prevent Grip Wlien you feel a cold coming on, lake i.AXATIVE-UliO.MO QUININIO. It removes cause of colds, and grip. Only one "HUO.MO QUININE." E. W. URO\'H'S signalure on box, .,"c. pi Pasteurized and Carefully Handled ThelJryBtal OalrvCo. PHONE 1576. Map BhowK .\jiihor8l, Ohio, on tho New York Central Bc,en� ot triple F'ck when thirty peopio were killed and aboiit forty Injured. - . NOW IS THE TIIVIE TO HAVE THIS WORK DONE. WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF ROOFERS' SUPPLIES GEO. R. DIXON & GO. REAR DELANY'S MEAT MARKET, . / BOX 534. PHONE 1057 ;