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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO.ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor 11.25 a Day Hotel In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRACHE BROS. Roman Meal, The New Breakfast Food Demonstration, Monday. Tuesday and Wcrtnesdny next week. HeromnieiuJetl the best dot-tors everywhere. Call ii'nd try it. Everybody welcome. THEGOOD co. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES PhoEel271 525 WEATHER Lethbridge, clear I'.Umoiitoii. cloudy.. clear .Max. 60 31 o-l u'O 5S 2S Medicine Hat. clear G4 34 50 55 ol Ul -IS CITY WIDE MOVEier Under Business Men's Committee SUNDAY SERVICED Evangelist Harold. H. Gilbart will speak 11 Church. 7.30 Church. MEN'S MASS MEETING 4 p. m. at Knox Church and Business Mastership' Hardie i Music by Men's Choir under direction of Mr. Lay ton and Mr. McPherson. .St. Mary's Men's'Society'-. Will continue their aeries of Whist Drives ON TUESDAY, APRIL 13th. 8 P. M. SHARP. Whtn Six Good Prizes will be given away. Everybody Welcome. Gents 5D 25 cents. Saskatoon, clear... Hegiim. snow Moose Jaw. snow.. Indian Hend, fair Winnipeg, cloudy.. Port Arthur, cloudy Trie weather in the prairie provjiic- i OB lias continued quite mild aud showery. rt Manitoba aud Fair and comparatively cooj today and Sununj. today and on Sunday. CITY AND DISTRICT Will Lecture at Taber Dr. Rivers, warden of'tbe provincial Jail, -will lecture at Taber on Monday nigut ou "Modern Treatment of De- linauents." Band Concert The Miners' Band will give a con- cert in Gak Gardens tomorrow even- Ing at S.30. weather permitting. This j will be the first band, concert oE the t season on the south side. I You Are as Near to Us as Your Telephone Service is an important con- sideration in the Drug BusIntsE. Very often you may need dng siore goods vlien.it Is not con- venient Tor you to coiuc lo our store iu person. To promote your interest, nod to make trad- ing at our store simple and liloasant, we provide n FREE DELlVtRY SERVICE We want you Co take full Qd- viuitase of this convenience: Phone us for small Items as freely as you would for larger ones. All phone orders recelre prompt attention. Phone 555 The Red Cross Drug Book Co., 'hone 955 .Third. A> ROME. CHEERS GENERAL PAU f French Army Officer It Given Ovation By the Italiam Rome, via Gerald Pair of the French, army, ar- rived hers Thursday, and was entaua- iaslically a large crowd, Tvhiclr included .Quallte tne French Ambassador, and the person- nel OL the'Prench Embassy. Many persons followed General Pau to his hotel, cheering bim on the 'way. There Are Two KITCHENERS. Who ii the. Other One? Ask Your Daddy Capt Tutte Firewelli Tomorrow Captain Tutte, who' has been in charge of ihe Salvation Army here for the post fourteen months, leaves tomorrow his new churg'e at Woodstock, Cnt. farewell services will be in. order al'i day tomorrow at the Citadel- During his stay here the Captain hts brought the local corps 10 a high state of deficiency, and ih'e ser- ices at all the meetings tomorrow iv III be highly interesting. Funeral of Mrs. F. E. Chittick Mrs. Frances B. Cbittick, mother uf Mrs. G. A. Poole of Burflett was in- terred in the cemetery at Burdett ou Thursday last. The portion of .he funeral service was conducted ai the residence of G. A. Poole by the j Rev. A. W. Swayne, who also officiat- ed at the graveside. Of her five living j children, four were able to he present i at their mother's funeral. The de-1 ceased lady woo was born at London- derry, Ireland, in 1S45, came to 'On- ario "when she was eix years old. -She was married at Aurelia in Ontario in and afterwards moved down to the U.S.A. Last year, owing to failing, health, she came to make a home with her daughter at Burdett, and was much loved by those who knew her. Mr. and Mrs. Poole .are wei'i knorni and respected in this neighborhood and a large number of friends gather- ed at the funeral, service ,to show their sympathy with the mourners in their trouble. A lone entered a Har- j bant in the1 morning.and got S5QO in currency. Calgarj will tat the hill boards oE that city at the rate of 2 mills per square foot. MARKETS Washing Weather WE ARE "HELPING OUT" TO- DAY WITH SOAPS Rexall Violet and (Ordinarily 20c or 3 for 50c) Today only 2 for 2ac wiridowful of pose1'. Soap EIGHT: CAKES FOR J.O.HIginbotarSCo.ltd. The JbwXL Store How to Set a Hen! Take a. roomy raise it a. few indies from the ground, put a sod in the box, .cover with fresh, clean straw and1 dust the hen with PRATT'S LICE KILLER AVe have in stock plenty ol Baby Chick Food, Oystsr Shell, Charcoal, Regulator, Scaly Leg Ointment, Con key's Roup Rem- edy, Bulk's Chick Food, Leg Bands. book on poul- try. Also AVyaudotte Set- tings for sale (Utility Stock) at Frank Hedley Drug Co. DRUGS AND STATIONERY. Lethbridge Albsrla. BAKING DAY STEADIES The Power Behind the Tractor lies in the fuel. If yours is a gasoline tractor, use PREMIER MOTOR GASOLINE Every drop of Premier Gasoline becomes power. It is a homogeneous not a mixture; starts quickly; is always uniform, and makes carburetor adjust- ments unnecessary. Premier costs less than some other gasolines but no better gasoline is made. It gives you greater power at smaller cost. SILVER STAR ENGINE KEROSENE Recommended by all leading manufac- turers of kerosene tractors. Powerful. Clean. Branch Stllioni Throuf hout die THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY Limited I WHEHE THE SURROUNDINGS [ABE- MOST CONGENIAL; IVHERE HIGH-CLASS ORCHESTRAL JIUSIC !lS DISPENSED: WHERE GOOD SONGS ARE HEARD AND GREAT PICTURES ARE .SHOWN, YOU PRICES SBE THE OUHBN OF THE BionipCB, April and NBXT W.EDNBSDAY AND elosiag prices on the gram exchanges THURSDAY-JIARY '-PICKPOHD IN "ote; I AT. THE EM- Open Close PHFcq May 1.51 1.51J i July l.M'i 1.49J HAVE INSTALLED A COMRKETE AND MODERN VULCANIZING EQUIPMENT, ABLE TO HANDLE SECTION- AL AND TUBE REPAIRING. Mcieod Williamson CADILLAC GARAGE ISO 9th St. S. Lethbridge Phone 1546. MISSIONARY SUNDAY IN Westminster Methodist Church Men's Own Amalgamates with Men's Rally in OX Cliiircli 11 si, in. Children's Reception Service 7.30 Adiilt Reception and Sacramental Service SPEAKER AT BOTH ARTHUR EARNER, OF CALGARY, SUPT. OF MISSIONS FOR SOUTHERN ALBERTA. a two-part Key- stone comedy of double deception, will be the feature for Monday and Tues- day at the .Empress, with Mary PIclc- t'ord; aa Cinderella, for Wednesday and Thursday. Keep it In inind. f WHO IS THE MOST POPULAR BOY OR GIRL IN LETHBRIDGE? P Sneak Busy There appears to be sneak-thieves operating.in town. Last night Canon Murrel-Wrlghl left some tools and a Htair carpet on Ills front veranda. This morning they .were gene. The thief hue not yet been apprehended. Dr. Poyntz Grassy Lake Dr. Poyntz decided to give u.i his medical practice here and the sup- erintendency of the Grassy Luke gen- eral hospital, to take the position G. physician for the Rural Municipality of Burlington -and .Fppty Mile, tind will move to Foremost on .Time The hospital' board, village and municipal councils and board'of-trade will meet on Saturday to consider hospital mat- tera anil: .take, steps to get another doctor to lake charge "of J ha hospital and the practice .being .abandoned by 'Dr. Gazette. Frank Steam Coal ii the Beit Coal for all Plough- Ing cr- cry other Steam Power Outfit." Try .it'once and you'll uce no other... _ You can buy It Becker Yatcs Lethbridge Phone 1184 AT .THE! PLAYHOUSE OF M5AL. CLASS THE EMPRESS DON'T FAiL TO SEE "THE HOJIEBREAK- ERS" NEXT MONDAY AND TUBS DAY. A ,SCREAMING: KEYSTONE COMEDY IN TWO PARTS. EM. Ask Your Daddy l.U-} May C3J 63J July 63J May 11 I May.................. 1.75i 1.75} July 1.785-' 1.78 Oft................ l.SU 1.814 WI-NNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat- No. 1 Xor................... J.nflS No. 2 .N'or. l.Stl Ko. 3 Nor...................' 1.47J: No. 4 1.43J! No. No. S J.3-H -N'o. 1 C. W......., Ao. -3 C. W....., No. 1 Feed 'No. 1 Fred Capital Paid Up Reserve Fundi '-i En. 2 Kced No. 1 N. W. >'b. 2.C. W. Whc.it- llar July Sept....... C'FIICAUO 62i 60S 004 30 J 58j 1.73i 1.70i July Sept. 1.54 ].23 l.O'Jj MI.NNKAPOHS 1.47 1.41 1.11 1.551 1.22} 1.10 1.47J 1.1-lt LOCAL WHEAT PRICES Car lots: No. 1 Northero.......... 135% No. 2 Northern 135 No. 3 Northern.......... 132 A. It. prices the same. _Alade in Canada LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY i Calgary: HOES, S8.10; cattle, J7.50. f Toronto: Hogs, W.25-. cattle, 18.00. Clilcago: jjofE cattle, I iO.qO-t8.DO. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT -irUfa aa initial deposit of One Dollar. Interest is credited half yearly. JOINT ACCOUNTS A" "cciraiit 111 the name, of two membrrs of .a family will be found convenient. Either the iurvivpr) mmy opente the account. BRANCH: J. M. AITKCN, Man.g.p. EstablisKcd over Forty-one THE STANDARD BAN! ASSETS OVER S44QOfMXKt The A, of Banking Ikfoney Sived ii' M on e y Defer Saving, bat Open i Account to- djy. We solicit your cccount in our SAVINGS DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE BRANCH. (Street N. 0. T. Will Improve Any Building BEAUTIFUL >ydl3 and ceilings add 100% to the effectiveness of your Jiomq. To tliat advantage you.add many others by using It is made in large pnncls of pure-wood- fibre. i-'lt quickly and with unsanitary ;wall- paper. it needs no repair- ing as it does not crack. It can be painted in just what it looks like, and durable and tell you its 41 great advantages. J; B. TURNEY AND CO., LIMITED. DJttrlct Dlitrlbutan Albertu Phone 755 ;