Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 15, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
eys TO ALL- THAWS. Hotel; WindMtr But J1.Z5 a Day Hotel In Albcrti. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD I Petted I rLflJK.13 1 VtgtUMw I FRACHEBROS. Always At The Front WITH SEASONABLE GOODS AT THE MOST REASONABLE PRICES. ALBERTA ONTARIO quality, dry and nieiily, SO jiomiil sack ............S1.35 SEED Hose, extra Per Civl.- GOOD WINTER case 4 S1.65 GOOD COOKING ti Pounds for....25c' NAVEL 221.'2, SO 40c FLORIDA GRAPE Price citcli 10c DUTCH SET found pound FRESH pounds tor ..........28c FANCY HOT HOUSE Price .each.....................23c and 90c GREEN bunches for ...........10e FLORIDA SWIFT'S EMPIRE BRAND quality '-Sltucd, por pound.......................26c By tho per pound .................2jc FRESH PORK froslr every Saturday morning, per pound ...........26c MAGRATH CREAMERY every Friday, per pound ......................45c CONDENSED First, sweet, spoc- 3 tins Tor ...........................JSc Office: Phoisel27l THE GOOD CO. Phrae525 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER Lcthbridge, clear............ Erhnoiitun, fair Kcd clear................ clear Maeleoil, GROCERY SPECIALS PHONE 1S67 20 ]iound sack of best Sugar and one pound of Blue Ribbon Tea for Jelly Powders; 4 for Fresh Eggs Per.dozen Rolled Oats in" S- poiuid eacli Per package....... Tomato Catsup in 2 pound tins, each.. St. Charles -Milk Per ti" Corn, Peas and Beans, per tin 25c aoc 40c 25c lOc IQc 10c Tomatoes 2 tins for..... Hoyal Crcwa' 2 -packets for. :Sunlight and hduy Soap, 11 oi Lus.; ;I packets for Srfir 2 for Krinkle Corn Flakes, 3 packet! Corn Starch 3 packets for Mercantile STREET NORTH VJL DELIVER TO. ALL PARTS OF THE 25c 3olp45c 25c 25c for 25 C 25c Co. 61 C2 63 M 63 Saskatoon, dear [55 Kamloops, clear CS Medicine Hat, iaair G4 Prince .-Mbcrl, clear 06 Winnipeg, iMrv.................. 76 Port Arthur, cloudy -IS i .Nelson 00 I Tde iveather in the prairie provinc- es has been fair-and very mild. j FOHIiCAST All and very niild today and on Friday. CITY AND DISTRICT In Memory -of Abe Lincoln Today is the 50th anniversary' of tile dcath-of Abrabam Liucoln, and as a result the at" tlie cnn.- sular office here js llylng at half maai. Summons Offenders Magistrate Elton ivas .busy this morning signing summonses for tbose Tvho have failed, .to pay their various licenses this year. Tbe Chief iufcends ID make a clean-up next All the offending parties have heen notified. TENNIS RACQUETS To Please All Players Our stock u[ Tennis tlnoquete is .large nnd woll assorted., Weights from- .IIK ounces to 14V- ounces, and prices from J2.00 to. J10.00 each: All Racc-uets J3.00 and over are guaranteed. TAPES, BALLS, NETS, POSTS, RACOUET PRESSES, ETC. Liberal Discounts to and Societies. The Red Cress Book Ct., Limited Phone 655 Third Avc. 3. i Dr. Taken III Shortly after lea ring- Letiibridge on Sunday, Dr. Leecli of Tabcr'was tak j en Bt the wheel of bis motor, Uis jillneEs being so serious tbat be bad to be brought back ic. Lethbrldge tor at tention. He bad recovered aurficient ]y by Tuesday to return iiviiie.- BERNSTORFFIAN is Raid- br tbose wbo are'closely .in toucb the Ciennan embassy bere that in.case tliat peace should be broached Germany would consider ibc following lerina: Xo extension of lerritory for any of tlie belligerents-.-.-. .German evacuation cf Belgium Tvith- Qiit payiMDt of any indemnity._____.: Payment Germany to i of a. reasunable B.um for the Congo Free ..State. A.general international agreement establishing the the seas in time of Trar.; commerce from attack in" war. .The other embassies deny that their gorernments are considering' peace, and certainly not upon any such terms. Fire in.North Ward North Lethbrldge had a-liot time all its o'wn last night for a while, when a fire broke out in the Chinese laundry and tailor to Hc-p Sing and Lee respectively. The place was a two-storey frame -dwelling on Fifth avenue .North.. An exploded oil lamp was giyen as the cause of the fire. Good work .was done-by'the bri- gade, the damage-amounting to only though the. risk'.including Unity Hall and other puildlDgs .close by, Is put at The call "was rung in at 8.26. I Paint, Special, Regular per Gallon Get Your Supply right now We have everything required in the. Garden .or Lawn Hose Reels. Hoes, Couplings, WE HAVE MADE A CAREFUL SELECTION AND ARE SURE WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. House Cleaning Utensils anrayg have had the. "Tools" which make Housecleanfbz easier. Call and see our utensils, soaps and polishes ibefore you start.bouaecleaning. Prices on tneae liaet are fit the lorrest notch. C. W. GRAY 310 FIFTH STREET SOUTH- THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, April .and closing prices on -grain exchanges 'today were: j 7: Open" Close May......... 1.50J- 1.574 July I.54J 1.551 Oct" 1.20 ..1.19 Oats- May U't 84f July 65 55 JJar 75 Flax- May 1.771 1.775 July 1.81" 1.81 1.84 1.84 I WINNIPEG CASH PRICES I '.Vo. 1 1.5W No. 2-Nor. 1 i No 1 Nor 1 2i 4 For benetit'ot thooe who were unable to obtain their oC Gold Fish at last Saturday's sale, we have had au extra shipment, and- will be disposed of1 on 'the -game terms as the last laat is, by purchasing F FT Y1 C f S worth of REXALL goods you will receive Ta 'felobe' and two fish. As tiiis is the last ot the sea- son you would do well to -order early. J-.. J.D.HiginbothamHo.ltl. The Tfetott Store CITY AND DISTRICT Pcnonil Mention C. P. McQueen of Calgary is in the city looking Hftcr hts interesla Jiorc. i Dr. A. B. AlcVay of Great Falls IE In the city. Dr. McVay owns a big fixi-m north of the city, and Is arranging for! its operation this year. Something Different Something Better ELLISON'S SPECIALS CliUSHED OATS AND OOEN Your horses will work better on MIXED CORN CHOP Pine.ground. .Best on the-market for Hogs.. per ton SAMPLES FURNISHED ON REQUEST Call, Write, or Phone. Ellison Milling and Elevator Limited Lethbriclffc, Big Calgary Camp It ia now believed that the military authorities will establish a training CS.E.P; this summer on the Sarcee re- serve, ivlien 6000 Alberta troops ivill be put under training. It is thought the- 12th and 13th Mounted Rifles will be tmined there. City J. Stafford at Dcmitiion Lnnds department, former agent at the locaJ office, is in the city today, having re- turned from Winnipeg. Mr. StaHord has -been transferred to the head of- fice nt Ottawa, and will move their shortly. Remandto for Trial A. Jenkins, 'whose preliminary bear- ing on a charge of breaking and en- tering Mrs. Kodgins' residence to pro- cure a stove sold her last (all, wag this morning remanded for trial at the next courl of competent Jurisdiction. Bail was placed at S1000. Famous Actress Coming Manager Bro'wn of the Majestic The- atre, states that he hag been success- ful In booking Marie Tempest Co., far performances here on May 24. Maria Tempest is one of the best mown of English actresses, and is lust concluding a tour of the principal States cities. She will appear here "Nearly and. "The Mnir- -lage Qf.Killy.'.1 Chief Raids Chief S'kelidn raided the Carpath- ians yesterday afternoon and jjave the squatters residing alobg, the rocky couiee'along the Macleod trail to the river bottom 30 days to and move cff. Ono party was busy at the time building a new "shack, havlug eight men employed in the operation, which was suddenly suspended, Tlifi Chief's action Is the result of the city council's order cf a few days ago, or- dering squatters to jeL oft C.P-R- va- cant lands In the clly." CITY WIDE MOVEMENT Under Business Men's Committee Tonigljt in Wesley Hall Harold H. Gilbart Young People's Rally 1 Feed No No. li Oate- Xa. 2 .C. No. 2 C. Extra no No. 1 Keeil No. 3 Feed Feed Flax- No. 1 N'. C...... No. 2 C. IV. 141J 1 40J FiOJ Wheat- May Juiy Sent. CHICAGO 1.61-i 1.205 May Juiy Sept. JIliNNEAPOLIB I......... 1.53J 1.15J 1.C1S 1.30J 1.531 1.49! BUSINESS LOCALS THE CITY SECOND-HAND STOREjs now open-for business; we buy and el! second-haud-furniture; call, and see if you wish, to" City Serfond-Hand -IDS 5th st. S. WHEAT UP TWO INCHES' Regina, Sask., April Good; a farmer livlng.near Gull re- ported on Saturday that he had wheat up two inches 'In .two fields of light soil. This is considered an unusual reccrd and 1s the' first. reported .in- stance of ground this year, soil that the growth has heen so rapid! being out .of the It is. only on light Only One "BROMO QUININE" Whenever you feel a 'cold coming on: think ot die full name, LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE. Look for slgna- lure of E. W. Grove on box. 25c., LOCAL MARKETS Track No. 1 .Northern 1.41J I No. 2 1.4Q4 -Vp. 3 .Vortiiern........................ Wagon Load r j No. 1 Northern Eo. 2 N'orthcru........................ No. .3 Northern 1.28 R..W. prices1 same. LIVESTOCK PRICES Calgary: Hogs, ?B.li: '.Virmiiieg: -JS.I5; callje, ?7.y5. Chlcajo: Hogs, cattle, I6.00-JS.70. AUCTION SALE A NUMBER OF Work Horses ami Marcs from 3 to 6 years broken and a.lso COWG and- Implements, at LETHSR1DGE iALE ANP FEED STABLES' PHONE 1532 TERMS CAIN W. J. Dodds Minager. J. A. Smith Aiictlobeer. Keep Off the Gnu! Jsumerous complaints Irom the resi- dents ot Duff Addition 'are being volo- ed these days with retard to the run- ning at large or cattle, horses and chickens on streets and over noule- rarde. It seems that the Duff Addi- tion Is .the only place south of the track .that such a thing Is noticeable. The attention of the rljht official should he drawn tn this, and steps tak- en to prevent this practice of allowing stock their Ereedom 'while In the city.. Subject "Fladiiig Your Fortune" Song Service 7.45 under Mr. McPherson Tomorrow Mght's Subject: Despondency and the "Blues, usually the result oi constipation, quickly succujjjfo to Rexull Orderlies. Sold only .liy J. D. Higinnotham Co., Limited, The Rexall Store, 10c., 25c., and 50c. AND WOOLLY, NEW YORK STATE ft .Buffalo, N.Y., April dozen bandits held up York Central fast freight train at Sanborn, nine miles east of fy early today, C- stripped several cars of bolted silk, valusd at and sped In autos. The bandit! 4 were- arnied with repeating rifles and automatic 4 and ilred several ihotn "at .the crew! No one "was Injured. "What Clu'lst would find if He came to Large Choir and Excellent t T THE BULLETIN Plclcford AT THE Empress Tonight Notlcti for thin Column ihould r.jch before 12 o'clock noon on th> djiy Regular .meeting oi Musician's Union will be held.' in the Labor Temple Sunday next -at' 3 .p.-, in. Rcjulsr nieeting oi Lethbridge Lodge No. 33, will be liolj in the Masonic Hall Thursday evening, tne 15th at eight o'.clock. -Visiting brethren welcomed .'--_' MEN FOUND GUILTY New 'York; N.Y., April Frank Abamo and Carmlnu Carbone wcra found gulily by a jury on the of having made and nlftlced a bomb In St. Patrick's Cathedral here March 2. The jury clemency for both men. YOUR TEA When buying .tea, you iiaturaUy fft-nect satisfaction for yoiir.'nioney. Unless you- specify "SAUtDA" the dealer mny hand you out an ordinary tai that shows him greater profit but WU1 aurelv raii the satisfaction that is certain when you get fresh CARD OF THANKS We tote this opportunity bf.Hmnk-inff all our friends: and'-nelghbgrs for tlie kindness anil sympathy shown us during our-sad" bereavement. Signed In behaltiof Mii. Virtue 4 ST. CVPRAIN'S W. A, Sale of Fancy and Home Cooking NEXT DOOR TO BURNS- THIRD AVENUE SOUTH SATURDAY 3 TO I. and Sirvvd. EVERYBODY WELCOMGI Ice Creani Parlor flow Qpeiti Choice Confectionery and Fruit f- The King George HILL DOMINION MEAT MARKET; ROMAN MAKES DELICIOUS PORRIDGE, PANCAKES, PUDDINGS, BREAD AND CAKES. NOURISHING, AID TO DIGESTION, RELIEVES CONSTIPATION. DEONSTRATIOPT THIS AT GEO. KERR CO.