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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor Best J1.J5 a Day Hotel In Alberta. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Fjowert, Pottid 'plnntn.'Vegetablfi FRACHE BROS. To Those Farmers who Have Marie Applica- tions for .Seed Grain at Lcthlu'idge. to be delivered here: You.arc requested to call at flip Office of the Immigration .Department at Lellibriilge and take delivery of vour a'rain AT ONCE. Lines We-are (Jiving J GOOD SOUND Jllivo lit'cu stored In an Ideal plnco and the viirio- tie? are extra sood for present use. Worth more than are selling "them for. but luu! :i whole oarload-uirecl from ami urc giving an extra low price on them: YORK case ROMAN BEAUTIES AND NEW.TON Per raso FINEST EASTERN and mealy. I'er Ixccnlionally Good A7alucs On ALBERTA CANNED Brand, nolll- Ini: finer racked In Cunaila anywhere; Ab- sortrd Cases. (1 tins each of Corn, Peas, Items and Toiunlors; I caso 24 tins CANNED heavy syrup, all put up in Sanitary tins; Hed anil lllncli llaspbcrrles, Strawberries, Crnwford Pouches, Unrtlott I'enrs, lied, and Whits rilled Cherries, Green Oaso Plums and Lombard Plums; As- sorted case, 1 cnsc M tins office: THE GOOD CO. Pko.el271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERY 525 WEATHER Lethbridgc, i-loudy GO 33 Edmonton, rlear ali 3-1 Calpary, clear tiS 2-1 Medicine lial. fair 03 2-1 fine 57 23 Dramlon, clear 57 25 Winnipeg, clear 5S 38 .0-1 Port Arthur, clear 40 32 Saskatoon, cloudy 51 Moose Jmv, clear 59 24 The weather iu the prairie provin- ces has been still quite mild. FOKECAST All and very mild to- day and on Wednesday. Freight Agent Here S. E. Hokeman. travelling freight. agent for rhe C.P.R., is registered at ihe Alexandra. Back to the Welt Burn the Weeds Cijief Skeltou is ou the war path. The main, enemy i? weeds, which are suffering heavily. Weeds on vacani lots and private property will .have tc be extinct, according to David King O. T. Deveriish stayed over last j and the Chief vrarns the citizens to night at the Alexandra, and left this cut the Breeds before drastic actions morning for Foremost, accompanied I are taken. Persons, the Chief says hy his chief driller, W. H. Bickel. j will he responsible for ihe weeds on their property and adjacent vacant iGts; so start the spring right by er- adicating ihe offending, plants. Weed Inspector also requests farmers throughout, the district to gather and burn weeds not destroyed POM EXPRESSS and TRANSFER LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYING THUNKS AND FURNITURE REMOVED 408 th St. S. Phone 632 lasi fall. He will make a tour of the country shortly 10 see that the request is carried out. BUSEVESS LOCALS forget the Bailiff's sale at iho Red Corner, Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The stock in trade will be sold and will include china, siasi- ware, tinware, tors, notions, ect, T, J. Simons, Bailiff. CITY AND DISTRICT Poundkeeper L. Misenrol of Warner Las been appointed a pound keeper, pound to be located in u.w. li, 13-17. 'IT. of 4lh. Visits Foremost Superintendent oE the C.P. K.. is paring an inspection visit to Foremost today. A Healthy Body with a. Wide-awake Brain If yonr stomarh is out of IE digestion it feel the effects throughout the 'body, even your uriiiu will uot readily respond lo its tasks. Nyal's Dyspepsia Tablets promptly relieve si.oniu.ch troub- les. They also directly aid in the digestion of food if used regularly will soon overcome cause of Ihe digestive disorder. Put up in convenient form. Easy to take. Price 25 and 50c. We Have Another Band Lethbridge boasts a new musical or- ganization, the Lethbridge Fife and Drum hand of '25 pieces- Tliey In ru- ed out lust nisht for the lirst time and surprised the natives. Mr. T. S. I Crombie, who lives north of the Ex per-; .mental Farm, was visited, and a fine evening s enjoyment is reported. j Farmers, Notice! A number of farmers in the Leth-1 bridge district., who have ordered gpv- j eminent seed grain for delivery here, hare failed to callfor it.. Immigration j Agent McKeown is rery anxious to get j the grain cleaned up, and asks such farmers AS have not done so to take delivery at once, The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Third Ave. S. THE BULLETIN BOARD for this Column ihould reach thli Office before 12 o'clock noon gn ths day of publication BAKING DAY STEADIES prtrlfl The Auction Sales At Tlic Bentley Company, Continue to DKAW HUGE CROWDS slow to take advantage of Golden realize that so long as tbcse sales continue their Cost of Living- is Re- duced FIFTY PER CENT. THINK THIS OA'EE Here are some of the prices realized at, Auction: 2 cans'Ecd Sockeye Salmon, knocked down for................ Gal. cans Plums..................40c .Gal. cans Rhubarb and Pumpkin......35c. Cold Storage Butter went at per ft Laurentian Milk, large cans, 2 for Copal's; Co lice went at 2 pk'ts. for........25c YOU WOULD DO WELL to lay in your supply of Rubbers and Over- shoe-' for next winter. Prices vary from 25c and a p. Large assortment of Ladies' Shoes'In the sixes loft. Fur-lined Youth's ChcrcoalS; .Motor Veils, Silks, Cnrt.ims, Dress Lengths and a large quantity of Sundry 'Dry Goods still to-'be Slaughtered. MARKETS TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, -Man., April and c'io5iBs prices on the local grain exchange today May............ 1535s 158% Jnly............ 151% 151% October 116 ;i 116B Oats- May G3 Jnly............ ITS C3 Barley- May 70 Flax- May 177 177V4 July............ 1SU 179S Closinn Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1 Northern 152H No. 2 Northern 151% No. 3 Northern.......... No. 144 No. 5.................. 140 No. 0.................. 136 i No. 2 C. W............... B2 No. 3 C. W............... 50% Ex. No. 1 Feed............ 53% No. 1 Feed..........'.. No. 2 Feed............... 57'4 Flax- No. N. W- C............. No. 2 C. W............... 172% Minneapolis Wheat I Hay............ US July J........ l-ll-Vi September........ ;ED TIME SWEET Mark Corelll Alexandra Black Knight Mrs.rWalter' Wright Eckford's Dwarf Mixed Scarlet NASTURTI L'obb's jBlack Prince. Lucifer' Mckenz'ie'l Mixed. LAWN GRASS AND VEGETABLE SEEDS English Broad Windsor Beans Salsify Chard Brussels: Sprouts Eic., etc. J.DKJginbGthani Ho. Ltd. The Store Loyal Mooac, No. 702, meets tonight Iu Moose Hall, Second avenue and i-'Jfth street South, important busi- ness. Emergent meeting of North Star Lodge KG. 1, A. F. and A. M., to- morrow, Wednesday, at I p.m., to attend funeral ot late Bro. Rex Vir- tue. Visiting brethren invited. CITY AND DISTRICT Game Guardians j Thos. E. Ott of Itaj niond has heen j appointed a game guardian. Where to Get Nltro Culture I Nltro-culcure for inoculating allalfa, red clover, crimson clover, sweet clov- er and peas, is prepared at ihc pro- vincial school of agriculture, Clares- holm, at 25 cents iier hottle, to cover postage and cost of production Full instructions are sent with each bottle One bottle win inoculate GOlb. ot seed. Empowered to Borrow The latest issue of the Alberta Ga- zette contains notice of permission for the Lethbrldge School District No. 51 to borrow the sum of S8500 for the following purposes: (a) Purchase of site and erection ot Uvo-room frame school (Bailey (b) Purchase of additional land for Floetwood school; (e) Purchase ot additional land for Galbraith school; (d) Com- pletion of buildings and furnishing j.Manual Training, Galbraith and Pliy- sical Culture schools. New School Diitricti Sections 32 33 34 35 and 36 in town- ship range 17; sections 123450V" 8 9 10 11 32 and the south halves of sections '13 and 14 in township 5 range 17 -west of the fourth meridian, have been erected into a school dis- trict .under the name of the Forsyeth School District No. 3231 of the prov- ince of Alberta. Official trustee, A. E. Jochem, Warner. Sections 15 1C 17 18 10 20 21 22 .21 28 29 30 31 32' 33 and 34 in township 19 range 21 west of the fourth merid- ian, have been erected into a School District under the name of the Sunset Valley School -District No. 3236 of the province of Alberta. Senior trustee, A. H. Tharle, Vulcan. Easter Visitor uEEel! Slic'udlce. B Snuadrcn, I C.M.R., returned, to Calgary yesterday, after snending-Easter with his parents in the city. 148% 14254 11256 LOCAL MARKETS i Track prices: No. 1 Northern........... 13714 No. 2 Northern.......... 130% 10c. 35c. The Stock Must Go Xo. 3 Northern Wagon load lots: Xo. 1 XorLhtm No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern 133% 130 133 12S LIVESTOCK PRICES MONDAY Calgary: Hogs, cattle. S7.25. WiiiiiiKeg: Hogs, 58.00; cattle, !7.7i .Chicago: Hogs, cattle. S5.00-J8.75. BUSINESS LOCALS Don't forget the HaililT's sale at the Reel Coruer, Thursday afternoon al- 2 o'clock. The stock in trade will .he sold and vill include china, --glass- ware, tinwnn, toys, notions, ccL. T. J. Simons, Hailifl. 97-2 Wednesday and Thursday HIS LAM1 DOLLAR The-Greatest Racing Play ever Produced in America Empress Theatre Sons of England Notice The Sens of England wiK meet to- morrow evening at eight o'clock sharp inathe S.O.E; hall. The R.R. de- Remember always that if a dealer offers you a substitute for he lias only one object in view and that Is greater profit. If you have ever used "SALADA" it is natural that you should always want ft. Don't (accept any substitute. Dr. Jackson's Invention Roman Meal makes delicious nor- ridge, pancakes, puddings, bread and qakes. It is the invention of Robert G. Jackson, M.D., formerly teacher ot dietetics and diseases of digestion in one of the largest medical schools on this continent. It is the most nourish- ing food so'id, a great aid to digestion' and positively relieves constipation. See demonstration at the Hudson's gree 'wilf be conferred. The executive'Day Co. Doctors and nurses special- arc requested to meet at 7.30 sharp. 'y BEAVER BOARD Can be put on nz-jj end ctiling Jjccnis ar avCT eld fcliulu Suits any remodeled THIS picture shows a room with Beaver Board Walla and Ceil- ings, instead of lath and plaster. Beaver Board is a pure-wood- fibre product that comes in large sheets or panels, with a splendid surface for painting. It _ makes far more beautiful interiors; never craclcs; many other advantages Write or call and v.-e'll tell you all about it. J. B. TURNEV A CO., LTD. Dittrlct Distributors BAILIFFS SALE IN THE MATTER OF SEIZURE UNDER. LANDLORD'S DISTRESS FOR RENT, W. A. BLENNER-HASSETT, LANDLORD, AND BRiCE A. MCKAY, TENANT, I WILL SELL By Public Auction AT TWO O'CLOCK IN THE AFTERNOON, ON THURSEAY, APRIL 8th, 1915 The Red Corner, Third Avenue And Sixth Street, S., -THE Stock in.Tra.de of Store knotfrn Corner, consisting of Chinawaro, Tinware, Glassware, Enanichvare, Toys, Utensils, Sta- tionery, Sporting Goods, Notions, etc; ---------TERMS CASH--------- T. J. SIMONS. Sheriff's Bailiff. Dated at Lethbridge, Alta., this Third Day of April, 1915 re I _ o WESLEY CHURCH Tonight at 8 sharp; ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAM One Price to Cents. Union Service of City Churches TEN DAYS' Under Business Men's Committee WESLEY HALL WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7th The Services by Evangelists Gilbarl and McPherson widened to a City Movement. Singers of All Churches arc Invited to Assist the Choir YOUR LAST CHANCE TO HEAR ENOS BACON ;