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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 7, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL Hotel Best S1.J5 2 Day Hotel in DAILY HERALD FlowiPl, Plant., Veg.tablei FRACHE BROS. Some Lines ;ire Exceptionally Good Values On Imv, GOOU SOUND WINTER Thes .-jiuj-uiJ hi an [slni'i- Mini I lie viiric- a iv oxini cood Tor iirvtHMU use, iiiori1 are si'Hiui; lliom fur, liul wo [un( ;i ujiok- itirciit from U'nylilUKtOLi .unt ;iri> jiiviiifv mi t'xini low on them: YORK ens" ............SI.50 ROMAN 3LAUTIES AND NEWTON Per i-iiiv FINEST EASTERN ami mealy. IVr ALBERTA CANNED 1'rainl, hiji .liner packed in Cumulu anywhere; Aa- suriefi Cases, (1 [his ouch uf Corn. Peas, liciuiB mil) Toniiuocs; 1 cuse 24 tins CANNED lioiivy syrup, nH put up in SiindJiry tins; KCM! mid lUuck Sirawuerrlw. ford Pouches. Uuvtletl IVm-s, Ucd. Ill auk ami White Pitied Cherries, Green Case Plums uiul Lomhnrd Plums; As- sonetl case. 1 cusp J4 tins office: THE GOOD CO. Fhonel271 Phwie 525 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHEK KVAXCiKLlSTS GILBAKT AND MePIIER.sON WESLEY HALL WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7th 7.45 P.M. I'ndcr Business 3Icn's Committee Address by Evangelist Gilbai't Union Choir Directed by Evangelist McTherson Song Service at 7.45 p.m. .Max. 65 Medicine Hat, fair H4 3P liiir.. ?S L'S Moose cloudy 64 2S Repina, cloiuh ill! 117 ISniurion. niir........ clear...... (ill .'f.'J Winnipes, clear (JO "S Pert Arthur, c'iear :ii) The Tveaiher in tiie provinces [has-been still fair and quite mild, with 'much lower temperature at nignt. Forecast All and very mild. Lo- cal showers in Alberta on Thursday. CITY AND DISTRICT Meet Tomorrow in King's Hotel The regular mceilng of the Council of the Board of Trade "will be held lo-: morrow. April S at 12.30, in the King's j Hotel, Xonh Lc-thbrldge. A at-; tendance is slesired. I SUMMER'S Flower Seeds AND Garden Seeds 12 PACKAGES 25c Madienzie's Seeds 6 PACKAGES FOR 25c Lawn Grass S.eed 40c PER POUND Sweet Pea Seeds SOLID COLORS. IN 3ULK 10c PER OUNCE Misunderstanding Corrected Through a misunderstanding. Uie Herald sialed on Monday that .Bruce Algar 01 Calgary had taken over the Cadillac garage. Macleod fc William- son retain the business, gar having joined the start as sliop [orpman. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Foremost Oil Well Pleases the Machin- ery Being Repaired Death of Mrs. Moen The death of Mrs. L. E. .Moen oc- curred this morning at Gait Hospital. The funeral will be held at undertaking, parlors on Friday, April 9. SASKATOON POLICE CHIEF RESIGNS Saskatoon, Sask., April Chief of .Police R. E. Dunning, n-hc fcas the office hero since the day ten years ago when he was die who'ie force, has i placed his resi-narion in the hands of chairman cf ilia police commis- Capping Foremost Well Sunt. U'alker, accompanied bj- A. T Kerr and E. B. Skeels. resident engin- eer, and Mr. Devenish of the United Oil Co., spent yesterday at Foremost. Thfjy had very little to report, except that casing and a can for tlie Uuited ft-ore being hauled out from Fore- most. Mr. Deveoish remained at the j scene of operations. WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN Hotel News J, E. Degnian of Dominion Stream Survey, .is registered at the LeTf bridge. Among others registered PRICES I at the Lethbridge are C. Officer. C. Bios. The reason for this is thai! Winnipeg, .April and P-R. travelling freight agent; G. M. Judge McLorq's.finding .following the closing prices on the grain exchanges MacCrcy, A. T. Kerr, Calgary, and F. police inquiry, sircngly criticized the today were chief. Action will probably-be taken j Mtcal "by the commission in a few days. .lulv 0ct.' INDEPENDENT LABOR PARTV WANTS PEACE delegates of the Independent Labor Party, now holding Yheir' annual ing in Xonrich, have received a re- port ifcat the national administrative "council of ihe party had accepted a set of resolutions declaring .among other things, tfeai it was the duty of tlie "iabor market to secure peace" at the earliest possible moment. Flax- N'all, insurance inspector. Open Close M ihe Dallas: J. A. McNJclioJ of i 1.51 Calgary; E. S. Bryant of Boston. i 1.49} i .hid Foley of Milk River and Mr. 1.15; land Mrs. Francis Down'of Claresholra iare staying at the Alexandra. 62 J 1.53J 1.51? 62 f 1.751 1.7SJ 1.75} 1.7 j Don't Miss It i "His LasL at Lhe Empress tonight and tomorrow is an elaborate and spectacular 'production the most successful racing play ever produced America. The jilay throughout Is Only One "BHOMQ QUININE Whenever you feel a cold coming on. 5 tLlnt of ihe .full, LAXATIVE i No" 6 BROMO QUJ.VKYE. Loot for signa-lpeed ture of E. W. .Grove on bos. 25c. WI.XiVlPEU CASH PRICES IVheat- i Nor................... i.soi Xo. 2 N'or................... l 50 Nor................... i -IB; MIJ I 381 l.SQi 1.80? unusually true to life, and full of in-1 Just Arrived BLACKLEG VACCINE. BLACKLEG PILLS, BLACKLEG INJECTORS, BLACKLEG VACCINATING OUTFITS. The Store Xo. X Vo -I terest, while the scenes at tiie Stock F.xchange and at the track are excit ing to a degree. The race, especial- ly closely holds the attention, and, with the ample space available before the camera vividly picture's a rea'i Foremost, Alia., Ayril iiuus- uallv slrous floiv cf Jjjis been struck at thy well beim; drilled on the United Oi'l Co.'s yroyerLy in Kipp Coulee, which persists In ihroivins wilier and everything else in the hole out through the top of tlie building over tlie derrick. Efforts will be made to case it oil tins week, so that drilling may be proceeded witU. Tho drillers were unfortunate In breaking Lheir walking beam lust week, and Mnnnger Devenish has been in Leth- bridge securing the necessary repairs for this part of the machinery. It was rumored that when lie returned there 'would be "something doing" at the well, but.as to what form this excite- ment will take it is imposalble to leara. OIL STILL RISES Now 750 Feet in Well of the Western Pacific Company Calgary, April in Ihe Western Pacific well continues to rise steadily in the ho'ic, according to re- ports received this morning at the company's offices from the drillers, who telephoned that ihe oil now stands 750 feet above the bottom of ihe well. .Managing Director J. L. Mc- I went oui In the tills morn- ing to suiiervlse the of starting the drillers to drii'i the hole a. little deeper into the oil sands, as it was in only two feet TV lieu the'oil began to come. Mr. McKinney expects to re- turn to the citv this evening unless there are some unexpected develop- ments. WE HAVE INSTALLED A COMPLETE AND MODERN EQUIPMENT, ABLE TO HANDLE SECTION-- AL AND TUBE REPAIRING. tLeod Williamson CADILLAC GARAGE 120 9th St. S, Lethbridgs Phone 1546. Wednesday and Thursday HIS LAST DOLLAR The Greateit Racing Play ever Produced In America Empress Tliealrc Oats -No. 3 C. W. .No. a C. W................. Extra No. 1 Feed'.'.. Xo. 1 Feed................... No. 2 Xo. 1 X. No. 2 C. W.......... I 3iav July- .Kepl........: 1.27 59J i NEW CHARGE AGAINST THE )V5cCUTCHEONS Toronto, Ont., April charge of theft of ?600 has been pre- 57-i j ferred by Jchri Stephenson against the four -McCnlcheon Bros, in connection l-7'l.1 'with Calgary real estate. Only Gor- 1-71.1 don D. McCiitchecn. anpeared. and Lhe 'case was.adjdurnfefl'tni'Atjri'i ALBION RIDGE The snow which lay on the ground I ail vinter, a'imost without interrup- lion, has given jilace at. last to spring, nnd work comm.enced on April 2 in the fields. Two and three outfits are working in the fields, and every one lias hopeful anticipations of a. bumper i crop Lhis year. Xever was there so much land in such a splendid state cf cultivation as tills year, and never were prospecis so good. Uurning of Russian IhJsilcs anrl kill- ing of gophers have not been neglect- ed, for the farmers are in dead-earn- est, and mean to reap what they sow. EITEL STILL THERE Newport Xews, Va., April dreds of people, 'who watched ihe wa- terfront all night, expecting to see the Eitcl Frederich make a dash to sea. saw the raider still at her wliarr to- day when the sun came up, with i plume oE smoke floating lazily from one funnel, and nothing In evidence to tell her Intentions. Sunrise di closed a parly of painters at work on her hull, scraping off an accumulation ol; red rust. Workmen coming-off the ship reported that 17 floor platea in the engine room had been removed, ostensibly for repairs. These circunv stances strengthened the belief In marine circles that internment, until 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 THURSDAY, APRIL 8th, 1915 ------AT------ The Red Corner, Third Avenue And Sixth Street, S., THE Stuck in T.iiiui! of Store known ;is C'oruer, (ymijisl.iiig oT Cliinaware, Tiinvnve, (ilasswnre, En'amehvarc, Toys, Utensils, Sta- tionery, Sporting Goods, Motions, etc. ---------TEKMS CASH--------- T. Sni'OJTS, Sheriff's Bailiff. Dated at Lethbridge, Alta., this Third Day of April, 1916 the end of the war i I be tile closing chapter to the Eitel's war record. E X-AMBASSSADOR DEAD Boston. April Guild, for- merly governor and former ambassa- dor to Russia, died eai'.y Tuesday. jMay lJuly iSepf. 1.551- 1.11 1.48? ].-U3 1.12 A 1.54J 1.221 1.0'Jj 1.40 1.1H BU8IXEHS LOCALS j Don't forget the Bailifl's sale al the Red Corner, Thursday afternoon at 2 [o'clock. The. stock .in Irailfc F. B. CARVELL NOMINATED Andover... N.U., Anrll B. Carvell, M.P.. was unanimoiisly chos- he i en by a Liberal, convention here to- I LOCAL MARKETS I Track prices: I Xo. 1 Northern.......... j.No. 2 Northern........... Xc. 3 Northern........... Wagon lots: No. l Northern.......... No. 2 Northern.......... No. Northern.......... A. ft. W. prices samp. l.-13'.i 135 131 a J. yimon BUSINESS LOCALS Don't lorget the HaUili's sale at the licrl Corner, Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The slock in trade will sold anil will include china, glas ware, tinware, toys, notions, ect. T J. Simons, DaililT. His Honor 97-2 Grand sold will include cliina, glass- day the Liberal candidate from' the ware, linn-arc, toys, notions, eel T. united cquiiLlcs of CarJelon and Vic-J April 9. Visiting brethren are cor- "Master of the Grand Lodse of Albei-ta, will pay his official visit to Charity Lodge, No. G7, A.F. Jt A.M., at their regular meeting on Friday evening', toria in the neit Federal election.. dially invited. CAPTAIN AGAR ADAMSON "VVlio will probably command tin 'rincess Patricins until a new com mander is appointed following the leath of. Ool. Fnniuliar and the indis- ipoaitlon of Major Gnnlt? LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calvary: S7.7.T: rattle, Winnipee: Hoss, SS.I5; catllo. HOBS, SO.'JJ-fa.W- cattle, FOOD FOLLY I The dark parts of ah grain arc tho J psri.5 t.'iai Tiiu miiiur iiikua j these out to make the food look nice and sell better. These arc left in Dr. Jackson's Roman Meal, that lliu hu iiiian may have as gootl food us I ho, (beast. IJest fcod known for clilldrcn. L'un be served to any taste. At aii grocers. Uenionslraied at. the Mud- son's Bay Co. this FLEET OF FOUR MOTOR AMBULANCES AND A FIELD KITCHEN PRESENTED TO THE CANADIAN RED CROSS ASSOCIATION FOR SER- VICE IN EUROPE BY MAJOR R. W. LEONARD, OF ST. CATHARINES, ONTARIO. Say this to your Grocer: Give me Gilmore's Quaker Bread, Please Y.mi will then have a Loaf Muit'wilJ give you complete to criiinb, anil with a flavor that otticv bread you ever can beat. k for the Label. Phone 37cS or 1027. JOHN GILMOKE' Tlie linker. ;