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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL.TRAINS. Hotel Windsor Best S1.2S 3 Day Hotel In Alberta, LETHBRIDGE -DAILY -HERALD Fldwiri, Pott.d FRACHE BROS. Get a Box of Good Well Kept Winter Apples and be Healthy A ago we Imd a stniisrhl-' carload direct from -Washing-, ton of wliich about hull' are now sold, and the Iwlnnoc are still on sale al Ihe same price, and ppr case These Apples are not Ben Davis or Ganos but the Beat Late-Winter Varletlei. such a> York Imper- ials. Roman Seautles, Newton Pippins and others which are worlh considerable more money. We cculd not bring thecc Apples In now for the price we are selling them for. Get a box at the old price while they are tp be had. THE NEW BREAKFAST FOOD, ROMAN MEAL, DEMONSTRATION, THE FIRST THREE DAYS THIS WEEK. EVERYBODY COME AND TRY IT! Office: A M. AJU Phone 1271 Phwie 525 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHEK CITY WIDE MOVEMENT Under Business Men's 'Committee Tonight in Wesley Hall Harold H. Gilbart Heroes" Soug-Service 7.45 uudev.MivMcPkcrson Tomorrow Night's Subject: "The Five Best Men in Lethbridge" Mrs. Laylon Slax. Mln. Lelhbridge, clear 69 37 lidmom on, cloudy 72 3S Calgary, clear...... 41 .iledk'ine llai, dear 7-1 40 Red Deer, clear 71 30 clear G5 -10 .Ou Prince Albert, t'iear.. 6ii >G Saskatoon, clear 70 36 Hegina, fice........ 53 35 Winnipeg, fair...... 52. 3U Grand Forks........ Gtf -12 The weather in Jlnnitolw has been fair and cod: in Saskatchewan, ami Albena Hue and .quite warm. Forecast and wanner today and on Wednesday. Saskatchewan and fair and but a few scattered showers on Wednesday. CITY AND DISTRICT Visits States' Cities President Marnccb of the Board of Trndo left yesterday afternoon on a month's visit to St. Paul, Chicago, Ok- lahoma City, Kansas City and Denver. Disorderly Conduct A man named Huston appeared In police court this morning, charged with disorderly conduct. He -was re- manded until tomorrow. For storing Furs, Flannels and, valuable 'clothing of all kinds without the disagreeable odor of moth-balls. 60c AND 65c TO SIZE. The Red Cross Drug Book Limited Third Ave. S. THE.BULLETIN BOARD Notice! far this Column reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication WHO WANTS StarlaiicVs Kitchener! BOYS, GET BUSY! OFFICIALS- JAILED _. Indianapolis, Ind.T April Don .31. Roberts, one of the 27 men convicted by a jury in "Federal coun for -participating in the conspiracy to defraud the government in the elec- tion ia Terre Haute on Norember 3, sentenced by Judge Ander- spn. today to six.years in Leavenworth prison, a line of J2000-. In all iifl Vhorn' pleaded, guilty, be senieaced. Ell H. Redman, elected judge of the .circuit court of" 'county by ten Sheriff Dennis Shea, were sentenced. to .'fire years in the p ficed'liOOO each.1 BARGAIN PRICES I have-been Instructed by the International Harveiter Co. to offer at exceptionally low prices Itmflad number of second hand McCbrmlck and Deering Double and Diic.Drllli, Dlac Hir- rowi, Wigoni and Packers. I have a large aiiortment of Ntw Machinery that [s weather worn which I am offering at big If you want to do the of. Ullen Jack ItlT Jftd AVENUE SOUTH MARKETS TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, 3Jan.; Aprii op- closing prices on tbe Wiua peg-gram esclmge today were: Open 153% 150 ?i 115 is itf heat- July October May............. July May May 176% ISO October 183 Closing Caah Prices No. 1 Northern......... No. 2 Northern......... No. Close 153% 1509s 115% C4 176 U 182% No. 5 No. G No..2 C. W............... 03% Ex. Xo. 1 Feed............ No. 2 No. 1.N..W. C............. No. 2 C. W............... 17191 Chicago Wheat Open Close May........ 157% 156% J.aly-...... 1243s September 111% 110% Minneapolis Wheat May............ 149% 143% Jiriy............. 143 142% ieptember....., 113 111% Thirty Gel Out Squatters on land within the city limits ivill be gifen 30 days to move. A resolution- to that effect was passed by the City Council yesterday afternoon, and Chief Skelton delsjitsd to see that the order is carried out. Leases Lots for Firehall Tbe Mayor 'nraa authorized yester- day to execute a .lease with the C.P.R. for the four four lota on Thlrteenili street North, on which No. "2 fireball now stands. This property has been i sold 10 the C.P.R., but the lease will I give the city another year in which to have the building moved. i Returns From Coast I Edgar Sainsbury, formerly of. Leth- bndge, is in the ciiy today on bis way from the coast cities to St. John's, N.B. He states that >coudi- cions" politically "at the coast are I chaos, and there-is very little intima- tion as to when -the prOTincia'i ,elec-1 tionsr which have-already been, post-j poned twice, are filially to be held. Red Crosi Meeting A meeting of the Canadian branch of tbe Red Cross society- will be. held the society's rooms in the Acadia block tomorrow afternoon' at 3 o'clock. This meeting is open to all the Jadies in the city, aad -Jt Js-hopedvthac a large number of lades, will avail themselves of the opportunity to acquaint- them- selves oi the EGfjiety's work. Work will tic given to all the ladies, wheth- er members or not, and will be chief- ly sewing for the-soldiers. New Manager Starland Harry C, -Willis IB now proprietor and manager of the Starland Theatre. Itarland, Ltd., have given up'their in- erests in the city, aud Mr. Willis has aken over the. theatre as concern.' ifr. Willis needs no intro Auction to the photo-play fans of Leth- iridge. Since his coming to oroe 'weeks ago h'e has made many riends who will wish him.e'very'suc- Lesperine MANY WOMEN NEED THIS Every woman who suffers from any of the diseases pECiiliar to her sex should at once obtain -Reran Lesperine. extreme- ly valuable in leucorrhea, to de- stroy the germs of infection and thereby help restore health. As a wash for w'onnds, cuts, scalds, bruises and, sores ol all kinds, it helps hasten, the healing by destroying' germs lufec- tion. It relieve.aore mduth-aud' inflammations of'the. throat and nasal passages. If you use it and do noL find it en- tirely satisi'actory-'-an aid to antiseptic cleanliness and recov- want you to tell us so and let us'give "you 'back your' money. Price 50 cents. Sold only at our store. The Store The inoiithly meeting ol the Wo- man's Missionary Society of Kuox church will be held this evening, the school room at eight 'o'clock. Moose ineel tonight in hall at Sec- ond avenue nnd Fifth street south. Af- ter brief business session Ihe South Eng- carpet bowlers will play a game witu the Big Horn team. Visitors welcome at 9.30. CITY AND DISTRICT Ropes in Hotel Rooms When you go Into a hotel ia Alberta from now- en you will find a rope Jn every sleeping room. This Is not a suicide sviggestioa. The rope is pro- vided for fire protection, and' is now required by the statutes'of the prov- ince. The Lethbridge U.C.T. council was very active In getting the statute pJaced on the books. Inspector Ntm- raons is ,busy warning" hotel proprie- tors in his district prior to his iu- ;pecton nVxt week. Personal Mention G. E. Hotson of the firm of Hotson, Leader, Goode, contractors, is (n the city today from the company's office In Medicine Hat. H. W. Bvely of the Bvely Sales Co., is in the city from Calgary. air. and ?.frs. E. W. Paitson and Mr. and Mrs. Morgan of Champion are vis- itors in the city overnight. S. C. Balrd and H. E. own the fcrmer Day horse ranclr at Snge i Creek, one of the largest horse ranch es remaining in the province, are in the "city today. ALFALFA SEED Mr. Farmer: i Your Opportunity to plant some oE the seed thai hns. jnaile Alfalfa King- Tanner famous througlioul-, tlio West. have socurcd Ins entire crop and are giving- it a final cleaning- offering for sale. Order Early. Do not let this chance get away from you. 20 cents per. pound f'.o.b. LethLrklge or Raymond. Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Ltd LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA YALE PROFESSOR DIES New Haven, Conn., April Thomas R. Lounsbury, president em- eritus of English at Yale university, and one of the best known Ensiisli scholars in the country, died suddenly last niglit while visiting at Ihc home of.Secretary Anaon Plielps Stokes of Uio university. He had been in poor ,iealtn for some time, bury was 77 yes.rg old. LINDSAY EXONERATED- Denver, Colo., April Ben B. Undsiiy of the juvenile court, was exonerated ot ull charges, ot miscon- duct, fn a report of tlie county grand jury filed late today. Frank L. Hose was indicted oil a charge of criminal libel in connection with affidavits re- Prof. Louns- fleeting upon the character of Judge 'LJndEsy. less in his new )icture owner. '.venture as a moving Johu Gets Six Months Hrusecki, ,an. Austrian, wa 1.36 1.33 1-28 LOCAL MARKETS -Track Co. I Northern 2 Northern...................... NO. 2 Ecrthern Wagon .Load Lots- No. 1 Northern 3 Northern 3 Northern A. It. W. prices same. ENGINEER KILLED Stratford April Ron an, engineer, wag Instantly killed tills morning, when a engine eide-flwiped ihe locomotive cab into Trarik roundhouse. His skull was ice, but coming Ln-on the -train from crushed. HELPS GALICIANS Patrograd, April IlussUn government has approcrUted iflO for the.relief.oi war sufferers In Gtllcia. The racncy .wi'n be largely ircbase wheat and uortes fflr BUSINESS LOCALS THR.CITY SECOND-HAND .STORT3Js open for'.business; we buy and sell second-hand furniture; call and. see if. you wish to buy, or City Second-Hand Store, 406 5th st. S. ;entenced in District Court this morn- ing by hie-Honor Judge JacKsoji to six months' bard -labor for shooting with intent, and escaping from cus- tody. The affair, which ended in the. sentence happened at Stirling oa April 2, when Hruaecki gun on Prank and but miSBtu. was apprehended by the. Mounted Po- lice, but coming in on the irainfrom Stirling HrusecKi made 'his gelaw.ay in some -ivay .not yet-explained. Priaon- er pleaded guijLs ana-wss .givca ilie above sentence.' Intercessory Services at St. Cyprian's Toniarrou: eyenfiis', itnd eac'n -suc- ceeding U'edntsday, uiiere will be held in Gt. short eer- S and No'ic arc Stuffed Up. vice ol iiuercesHipii in mid for the wclJsre oi our soldiers and sailors and all bihers en's aged in, the Prospects for a strilie ot oil in the Cardaton district are very promiEing, according to officials of thte Doralnion OJIs, .Irtd., who were Jn the city yes- terday. P. C. Bruuer, president, and Allan HcLay anil iV.'R. Cooper, drill- ers for the company, were the vlaitqrs. The drilling 18 miles out of Cardstonj and are progressing rap- idly'- Many Women Hear Evangelist (Wesley _ hall was completely tilled last night, when Mr. Gilbart spoke to young women only. He spoke of sev- en-gems anJ the qualities of character they represented. The fact that young men usually receive more attention from tue'pu'ipit, makes these special addresses1 the more appreciated. Mr. Gtlhart aeema to be a man of varied gifts, and to have specialized on dif- ferent lines. He seems. equally at home addressing business men, young women or children. By speaking to these separate he readies many more and much more effectively. He will have a children's meeting this afternoon at 4 p.m. In Wesley hail. The chorus choirr which has been a special feature in these meetings, 'will be much enlarged this evening by the siegers of Knox church, most of whom expect to assist, and il Layton will give a solo. From all appearances Wesley hal'i wm. he more than filled tonight, and if su the service will be taken Jnto the-church auditorium. The subject tonight will he "To- day's and tomorrow night it will ,be "The Five Best Men In Leth- OPEN NOSTRILS! END r A COLD OR CATARRH j> How To Get Relief When Head j great struggle --ilie -M'prja rrom the power of Fruaeliin nu'iitarlsm. Tbe conlnct hi which the Empire is now engaged toucheu ol uver> man antl ivoman Jn this some more closely .than'plhers, and ihost especially wlio .liavfe. friends and" rela- tives actively engaged at" the b.attle front or with tlicf'ifavi'f.rbrcea, shouia be glad to have- the bjipoftunlty oi tahliig part in llieae Cervices. Rex'all Orderlies work genii y on the bowels, briDEtug to tlie chcrk a tloge of good health Sold onlj by J li Higinbotham Co., .Liniited, The Rexall store, 50c. hox- cf.' 'Cbuht-nrtyE in head catarrh disappears. -Your clogged nos- trils will the air naaaacea of your head will clear and you i breathe freely. No more snuffling, hawking, mucous discharge, dryneaa or .struggling for breath at night. v Get n .Email bottle of Ely's Cream Balm-from your druggist and'apply a little o[ tliU fracranLantiseptic cream' m your nostrJla. H penetrates through every air pannage of Ihc head, sooth- ing and IieaUng tiie swollen or Inflam- ed mucous membrane, giving you In- stant, relief. Head 'colds and catarrh yield magic. up And miserable. Dy J.-D. Hlglnbotham Ls, Advl. Don't stay stuffed- Relief fa sure. For Co., PAWNS HER BODY Des Jlolnee, Iowa, April a bankrupt pawnbroker here, who holds a bill of sale for the body of Miss Dottie Morgan, now of Den- after Her death, haa filed a peti- tion in the bankruptcy court, aaking for a decision upon whether this body .could be counted an asset in the.set- tling up of the business. Levich claimed that the woman gave Mm the'hill of aa'ie in WOT, for.the loan of ?10, having no other security. Tlie Letlibriclge Flower Guild. Will. GIVE A DANCE K. of P. Hall Friday, April 23rd TICKETS Me EACH GASKELL'S ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE Bolduan's Improved Poison Grain The- StanclarA Gopher Poison of the West. Tested with live Gophers in otir Factory before being- packed. Prices and 50c per package Agents J. P. Higinbbtham Co., Ltd. Lethlu'iilge Alberta HI ENTLEY SALE We iiavc piirchasefl a ol' Women's v Men's TJmlerweai', etc., at a very Iqw'rate on the dollar. Too busy to say more than yon will repaid a hundred times by a virjit to SlNHEY SALE AUCTION SALE Of Everything In Household and Groceries will take at 402 5th Street South (Opposite Alexandra Hotel) Thursday, April 15th at 2.30 p.m. .'Consisting SIL one Orgnn; Combination Bookcase Writing two Hail two-Writ- ing .Desks: Extension two Kitclien Tables; tJiree Refrigerators; two Gas'Stoves; two Cook. Ilanges; two SewlnE Machines; jiorrls Recilnlne Chair; one LounEo; four Wash Stands; one Clilid'i! Bath; one Washing Machine'; two Oak Rocfcerj; sev- eral yirihi of Linoleum, two Cartel Squares; ono Kitchen Cup- one Kitchen Cabinet; a number of Screens and Screen Doore; Dining Room and Kitchen chairs; twenty assorted Shovels; eight Brass Mounted Bedsteads-, Springs and MaLtrcsseB; Carpen- Cooking'Utensils and other articles loo numerous to mention... j TERMS CASH. QUS NEIDIC, AUCTIONEER. O ;