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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor Best S1.Z5 a Day Hotel In Alberta. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD I 'lower1' Poltetl Planti, Vegetlblet FRACHE BROS. High Class Goods at Attractive Prices This v.wk ciiil aeo.1 tin- first Ulpo Tunmloos from Florida on this market. Rhubarb Is coming In morn freely anil the price Is tlowii. Hot- Cucumbers ami CnulifloworH ai'd nlao to (bo had, and we have a frush lot of Nave! Oranges. Imve n lot of Albeitu Potliloes Hint aro offering bolow lliolr innrkei, value, and Winter Apples we are also sulllng at' u less Hum we should, consldorlug Ihe markets in oilier places, but we liqil u curlond arc, going to Elvu you tho benefit. ALBERTA POTATOES-H-ood Speciul per EARLY ROSE SEED exception- nilv fine Jiol.ilo.for here. A ship- ment lo arrive next week. Per Cwt___51.90 ONTARIO and mealy, lultle Hilek WINTER quality. Kcniud. In fine condition. I'or Case .........S1.53 and FRESH PORK fresh every Saturday morning. Quality unequalled. Per Iionnd.................................25c RIPE per pound ,26c HOT HOUSE Price etich ............................30c FRESH pound ............10c ...................26c NAVEL dozen for ..........'..35c SUNKIST NAVEL For doitm ...................25, 30 antl 40c FLORIDA GRAPE size, size, per dozen ............20c RIPE dozen ...............30c NEW LAID dozon MAGRATH FRESH MADE CREAMERY BUTTER Per pound ..............................40c Office: PhoDel271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 525 WEATHER Lclhbrhlge, clear fair CiTf WIDE MOVEMENT EVANGELISTS GJLBAKT AXD McPHERSO.V WESLEY HALL TONIGHT AT 7.45P.M. liusiness Committee Address by Evangelist Gilbart SUBJECT: "My Greatest To Christ" Union Cboir Directed by Evangelist McPIiersou iSuug Service at 7.45 p.m. Gift 5C. 27 Calvary, clear 52 Medicine Hat, lair CO 32 I Prince Albert, cloudy 54 -12 .1G Moose Jaw, cloudy 67 39 .03 Brandon, clear-................ 67 3S Saskatoon, cloudy R3 3G Ucgtna, cloudy lie 39 .1 Winnipeg, cloudy 53 40 Port Arthur, cloudy Jii 36 Nelson 57 37 The weather in the prairie provinc- es lias heeu quite mild, with light rain at some points. FORECAST Manitoba and Sas- A iew local sliowers, but generally fair and a little cooler to- day and on Saturday. I and slightly cooler today and on Saturday. CITY AND DISTRICT Harry Dawion's Brother Dead A vounger brother of Harry Dawaon of ine'citr hall staff, died suddenly recently at his home la Otiey, York- shire according to word received by Mr, Dawson ihls morning SUMMER'S Flower Seeds AND Garden Seeds 12 PACKAGES 25c Mackenzie's Seeds 6 PACKAGES FOR 25c Lawn Grass Seed PER POUND Sweet Pea Seeds SOLID COLORS, IN BULK 10c PER OUNCE The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Phone 555 Third Avs. S. A DANCE will be held every Satin-day Night in Burguuui's Hall 13th Street North FROM 9 O'CLOCK TILL 12 Gentlemen 50c Ladies Free i I HEAVY CASUALTY LIST London. April 9. 4.05 Another extended list of cas- unities totalling 110S names, wag issued by the British War Office todnj% and ic empflfl- sizes the.fierceness of the bat- tie of Xtsuve C'nappelle, in France, last month. The hilled in this latest list number 336. little ones are peevish, give Heiall Orderlies; constipation is pi-j ten the cause. Sold ouly by J. D. Higintotham .i; Co., Limited, 10c.p 25c. and 50c. boiES. THE BAG OF DIAMONDS This promises lo be the mast inter- esting episode of "The Mys- tery" ?et presented, and is full of live- ly action.and thrilling Interest. The superintendent of Hie Zudora mine brings over a bag of diamonds which the conspirators get possession of, and Zudora's friends take from them, and turn over to her. ZudoSt and the sup- erintendent are both kidnapped, and Imprisoned in a sanatorium, 'but are rescued after some lively work on the part of their friends." This will be shorn.at the Empress tonight and tomorrow, together with five other reels of gcod pictures, one ot "which is a GROCERIES FOR THE Economical Housewife Who wants her Dollars to go far in Providing for the Home Toilet Soap S cakes for W, Soap 5 cakes for......... Sunlight .Soap......... -11 cakes for Washing Powder 2 packages for Florida Grape Fruit 3 for Schilling'! Bak. Powder On sale Corn Flakes 3 packages for Tea- Garden Jam On sale............ Onions, Yellow Denver G pounds for Lemons Large fancy stock Corn, and Beans Per can Tomatoes 3 tins for.......... Shredded Wheat Bit- Cuits, 2 for Acparaguc Large white Marmalade, Wagrtaffe'i Per pail Lawn Grais Seed On sale............ 25C 25c 50c 25c 25c 25c 25c 85c 25c 25c lOc 35c 25c 35c 75c 30c Acadia Codfiih' On sale ........___ Cove OysterB Is, '3 for Fancy Mixed Candy 2 pounds for........ Lethbridge Chocolates Per pound Brown 4. Polion't .Paitry Flour........ Succotash 2 tins for dozen loc, 2Cc and Carr'o Fancy BiscaitE, S varie- ties, regular 40 and 50c, on sale....., Ripe Tomatoes Per pound Head Lettuce 2 pounds for Hot House Lettuce Sale price Rhubarb '2 pounds for Freeh Eggt guaranteed, per dozen Cream of Wheat Per package 1....... Sardines, Norwegian 2 Una for....... Libby'i Club Tongues In glass 35c 40c 45c 35c 25c 25c 25c S varle- 35c 25c 25c 30c 25c 20c 20c 25c 40c B. C. 'Potatoei Extra dry Enoi Fruit Salts Sale price Tea, Kerr's Special Per pound Rice 4 pounds for Pineapple, Hawaiian 3 for............ 90c 40c 25c 40c 20c Coffee, fresh ground 4 3 pounds l Dutch Seta Per pound Multipliers Per pound French Ees.is 2 tins for Pork and Beans 7 tins for Mixed Candy Per pound Brown Poison's Corn OCA Flour, 2 packages for OOG Cerebos Salt 2 for Ssnanas Per dozen Red Crosi Picklet Per bottle ___..... L.lbby's vwcet Plcklei Per -bottle 25c 50c 15c 35c 30c 25c 35c Phone Delivery to all psrts of the 5th St. 8. FAMILY GROCERS AND PROVISION MERCHANTS. Garden Truck the time to get busy' your spade. Onion Sets 20c Ib; 2 for 35c Multiplier! 20c Ib, 2 for.....35c Squaw Corn, per pound 2Dc Telephone Pens, per pound- -25c Lawn Grass Seed, per Ib. ...40c White Clover Seed, per lb...60c MacKENZiE'S RENNIE'S SIMMER'S i Full Assortment ltd. Tht Haxott Store CITY AND DISTKICT Docs Anyone Know Them. In 1900 Edith May and Robert Wal- ter, children of R. McCormlck, now of Peace Tllver Crossing, were adopt- on by John McPhcrson Scott, 412 Mc- Uermot avasnue, "Winnipeg. Mr. Me- Cornilclc has net seen his children for 1C years, and is unable to locate them. He has asked the assistance of Ihe lo- cal police In finding them. Five years ago Mr. McCormlck got ncffiB that IIJB daughter bad gone to Kenora, Oat., and his aon to some place in the Rocky Mountains to start a chicken farm. Edith May McCormick was i born March '22, 1S91. and would be 24 years o fnge now. Robert Walter Mc- Cormlck was horn" 1SSG, and would be 29 years of age. The Herald has been I asked lo give publicity to this case, and anyone knowing or the whcre- abouls of one or both cf the persons, would he helping to re-unite this fam- ily by communicating with the Her- ald. Something Different Something Better ELLISON'S SPECIALS C.RUSHED OATS AND CO UN Your horses will work better on it............fUO.OO per ton MIXED CORN CHOP Fine ground. .Best on the market.for Hogs. per ton SAMPLES FURNISHED- ON BEQUEST Call, Write, or Phone. Ellison Milling and Elevator Co., Limited Lethbridge, Alberta. CEREMONY FOB KING ALBERT'S BIRTHDAY Havre, April Albert's birth, day was celebrated-with befitting sol- emnity in this, the temporary capital of Belgium. The ceremony of the trooping the colors waa carried out in the presence of the. .general staff. How to Set a Take a roomy box, raise It few inches from the ground, put a sod in the box, cover with fresh clean straw and dust the hen with PRATT'S LICE KILLER We have In stock plenty ol Baby Chick Food. Oyittr Shell, Charcoal, Regulator, Scaly -Leg Ointment, Conkey'l Roup Rem- edy, Ruik's Chick Food, Leg Bandi. book on pouh try. Alio White Wytndotte Set- tlnn for tale (UtUItr Stock) it Frank Hallef Drug Co. DRUGS AND STATIONERY. Lvthbridgc Alberta. Preliminary Hearing Concluded The preliminary hearing'of the Jen- kins case was concluded in the police court UiiG morning. The cross-exam- ination .of the accused by ilr. Palmer, the lawyer for tbe plaintiff, brought out some hew developments of an in- ierosting nature. The accused admit- ted he was In the stove business, an gent for the Canadian MallGab'ie. Iron Range Co. His territory ed Lethbridge and district. His policy was to sell Btav.es on easy .cash paj- nents. In-default of payment lie bad to take back the store on several oc- casions.. ,He. claimed that bis com- pany, with headquarters at Osha'wa. Oat., gave iim general authority to act as ialllff. He was provided with distress warrants filled out by his company to bluff ignorant victims into saying up. He was unware of the cx- atence of tbe new act relating to tne seizure of goods subject to a leln note. In bis evidence concerning tlie story cf tbe affair with Mrs. Hodgeou, he was conslsten t, refuting several of her statements. He stated that his reason forgoing to tlie IIOUSB wiui ihe dray was to take out the atove in de- fault of payment. He was ID tbe habit of arraying a distress warrant and a skeleton Irey on such occasions, but was not BO armed-at the time. He ad- mitted that be intended to take the stove away if Mrs. Hodjsoo was not home. Accused denied, tbat he had hit 11 ie plaintiff when she was endeavoring to chase him out of the back door. In thla his evidence was corroborated by two witnesses. It was also proved that be had never forced the kitchen door, a.s plaintiff had alleged. H. Linning and George Hoar, who accompanied the-accused to the house were examined. Their evidence cor- roborated Jenkins' in most points. His Worship remanded the accused Central Cash Grocery It Pays to Pay Cash at a Casli Store Having always sold i'or cash, we don't have to add anything to our prices to make up for losses occasioned by poor credits. CASH and dr7. POTATOES, nice 14 His for 25c; Per cwt. BUTTER, Cunlstoii, 3 pounds for Per pound BUTTER, Choice pounds lor For pound 40c Dairy; 3 35c EGGS, new laid, per dozen 20c; 3 dozen for CHEESE, Ontario, very mild, 2 pounds___ 4OC DILL PICKLES, [urge size, per dozen SALMON. Sockeye. and CANNED large size- 2 tins lor 25c CANNED CORN, PEAS AND 1 fin Per tin IUC CANNED TOMATO for' 25c CANNED Large tins, PUMPKIN I Tor...... CANNED SAUER KRAUT, Llbbya, 2 for CANNED APPLES, jiist thing for 2 for 25c 25c 45c 25c WASH BOARDS, 35c and.........----- inc and 50c LIQUID VENEER, tree Dust Clotb with every bottle Price................ OUC Efljili 40c, 50c and..... SCRUBBING BRUSHES, now LUX AND PEARLINE, ,T jiktl. for 60c 20c A. E, Kinnear ORDERS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED SAME DAY. PHONE 1657 801 9'th AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 1657 until next Wednesday, when he will decide as to the disposition of the ase. Two miners from Colorado were be- fore the court, on the charge of steal- Ing a ride'from "the CIP.R, They were flven 24 hours to get out of town. The 'case of Uladore waa re: manded-tni Saturday tit 10 a.m. BUSINESS LOCALS His Honor Judge Jackson, .Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Alberta, will pay his official visit to Charity Lodge, No. 67, A.F. A.M., at their regular meeting "on 'Friday evening, April 9. "'Visiting brethren are cor- dially invited. oiiiriT Piff1 PiTfTniyiif SHIRT SEE-SATURDAY 95c [Shirts on Sale include W. G. and R. Cluett I make and others sold regularly up to McKELVIE McGUIRE Kirlcham Block ;