Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel AViiidsor S1.2S a Day Hotel In Alberta. "DAILY HERALD FR ACHE BROS. Always At The Front WITH SEASONABLE GOODS AT THE MOST REASONABLE PRICES. ALBERTA Cwt ONTARIO quality, ilry and SF.ED (ixlni For GOOD WINTER 4 GOOD COOKING 1'oulHlB NAVEL 17S'2, 2216. 30 t -tOc FLORIDA GRAPE sire- Trice cntli DUTCH SET pound ..........20c pound ................i5c FRESH pounds For ..........25c FANCY HOT HOUSE Price racli Me GREEN bunchos for ...........10c FLORIDA 'pound ............15c SWIFT'S EMPIRE BRAND quality Sliced, per pound.......................25c lly the side, por pound ..................23c FRESH PORK (rein every Saturday morning, per pouud ...........26c MAGRATH CREAMERY eyory Frlday, per ......................45c CONDENSED Final, nweet, spec- ial 2 lins for Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phwe 525 WEATliEU Lr I It bridg Calsary, formaldehyde Strychnine Gopher Poisons MR. FARMER Our stock of these articles is com'plete. We are ready to ship you on ihort notice. Prices Eight Goods the Best PHONE, MAIL, TELEGRAPH CH SEND YOUR ORDERS FOR QUICK DESPATCH TO Frank Hedley Drug Co. DRUGS AND STATIONERY. 'Lethb'ridge Alberta. e, clear clear Maclcod, clear Saskatoon', clear Rpgiua, line Portage, clear.- clna.r Red Deer, clear Medicine Prince Albert, clear blouse Urandoii. fair The Sunday School Athletic Lea- gue will give every lioy in the ciiy an opportunity oi parLicipating in the Canadian Standard Efficiency Tests nt the indoor athletic meet.on clear Saturday night, April 11, at >S o'clock Port in the Y.M.C.A. gymnasium. The Canadian -Standard Efficiency Tests provide a carefully worked out plan for each year between the ages GG G-L 72 70 70 G6 0-1 73 Nelson The weather in the prairie provinc- es lias been fine and verv mild. FORECAST All and very mild today and' Saturday, oi twelve and twenty. Every eiiort bus been made 10 harmonize the plan with the recognized principles of the j CITY AIM) -DISTRICT development of hoy Hie. On events will be divided into three groups Standing broad jump; 2, Three standing broad "jumps 3, Running high jump -I, Standing hop, step and jump. er of the local Army, will arrive Throwing at a tar- get 2, Throwing Tor distance Pull up -lf. Shot put. (JO Yds. potato race '1, Sprints. These events will be pulled ofi with j council this morning on beha'it oi John the exception oi throwing at a Bertie, in an endeavor to settle the gee, throwing ior distance, arm trie j dispute over the fencing of part of springs. These Jatter erenis are sclipd-) Church street, StaffordviHe.'. Mr. uled for the following Saturday states that Mr. Bertie wants Arrives Next Saturday Word has been received by' tie Sal- vation Army that. and' ilrs. Richardson, who. have been appointed to succeed Captain Tutte ns tue lead- Lhe city From 'Jlontreal on Saturday, j tlina the Bertie Dispute S. J. Shepherd waited on '111c city TENNIS RACQUETS To Please All Players Our stock of Tennis Racquets is large and. well assorted. Weights from ounces to. ounces, and prices from 52.00 tc ?10.00 each. All Racquets and over are guaranteed. TAPES, BALLS, NETS, POSTS, RACQUET PRESSES, ETC. Liberal Discounts to Clubs and Socletioi. The Red Cross Drug Book'Co., Limited Phone 355 Third Ave. S. ternoou, and will he conducted out oi doors. s Local Agent C. S. Francis has been appointed lo- cal agent for the Imperial Oil Co. Takes Over Business H. Miron has taken over tlis meat business formerly conducted or Plche Miron. JOHN BUNNY IS VERY NEAR DEATH .New York, N.Y., April t- John Bunny, whose fair pliysl- v oguomy'is well known to mil-- lions of movie fans, was very low 'today. Hla physicians fear he cannot live through the v day. ft to be fair, and n. basis of settlement is being worked out. Perss'fia! .Mention. J. AV .McClain, the vefll-known horseman, owner.of some of the best in America, is, in the city from his 5000 acre farm at Monarch.- E. S., Lohman is a Great Falls .visi-' tor in the city today. H. B. the Canada .West- ern Natural Gas-'. in "the city from head office at Calgary, looking after the company's plant here.j Bcsj- chief game, guardian for the province "is; In the city, from. Zflmontba. If You would like to save some of your Dollars For Future Use, Come To Our Store Saturday Just a hint at what we are doing .THE OEO. A. SLATER MAKE.. SHOES Men's Spring Styles in Oxfords, ree Saturday NEGLIGEE SHIRTS (T. R.., Cluett and other makes, sizes '14V2 to 17, regular price to Si.75 Saturday 95c MEN'S HOSIERY Llama and other qualities in cashmere; regular 35c to 50c Saturday 25c SEE OUR RANGE NECKWEAR We "will at 25o and'Soc Saturday that yoivwill: be asked 75c for in other stores. WE HAVJE SOMETHING SPECIAL TO OFFER IN CLOTH- SATURDAY. COME AND SEE McGuire Kirkham Block ONION Get Sets "set." i. per IbAs lor 35c Multipliers at. the same' price. A full line of Mower and Vegetable Seeds in package and bulk.- n- The Store CITY AJVD DISTRICT Second-Hand J. Bonifadlna has opened the City Second-hand store at 406 FiCtu street South. Changes In Sailings The sailings of the C.P.R. efenmers Miaaaimbie nnd Metagana from Mon- treal and Quebec have been changed from Friday to Thursday of each 'sveeK. The first soJllng xvlll be the JIcLagnna on Jlay 6, and will alternate wlLu the stesmer Missanaljie. FOUND GUILTY of cutting the cost of living o LATE New York, N.Y., April Nelson Aldrlchl for ,10 years Senator from Rhode Island, and Republican Illustration Farm at Qrasiy W. H. .Falrfitiiu-, 0[ leader, whose.name is stamped upon .e iocnl Experimeninl Farm, will pre- tar r( Jnd. currency legls ation or th pare a site 1'or the Illustration farm, which will be established near Grassy Lake. Forty-live acres -will be plough- ed and seeded, and will be under the supervision of the Dominion .Experi- mental farms. The crop derived from the illustration tract will be the pro- perty of the farmer "who lends Li9 land for this purpose. Hoipltal Overdraft At a meeting this morning between the city council and the board of man- agers of the Cult Hospital, the city passed a resolution stating that an en- deavor would be made to cover the hospital's 1915 overdraft at the Union Bank up to The question of a special feospiUl tax came and the hospital estimates are pre- they will be submitted to the council with the request that a tRi he levied to cover the amount needed. his party, died of an apoplectic' stroke at ME home on Fifth avenue here to- day. He had been 1H of indigestion since yesterday. Until then he had been in excellent health. Senator Aldrlcb was in his 74th year. He will, be burled in Swan Point cemetery, Providence, ILL, at n date not yet determined. VERY ANGRY WITH THE UNITED STATES Berlin, April 1G, via Society of German Engineers has de- clined an invitation in the congress of engineers at 9an. Fran- cisco by preparing papers to read there. In taking tlilB action the so- ciety explains that.German engineers at present are too busy 'with the war. It adds that because of American shipment of munitions to'Germany's enemies. It will be difficult to gcL Ger- man engineers'to contribute papers for the congress. BUSINESS LOCALS THE CITY SECOND-HAND STORE is non- open for business; we buy and sell second-hand1 furniture; call and bee if you wish to buy or City Second-Hand 5th Bt. S. Busy Seeding at Cardvton A. Perry and Dr. O. D. Weeks .o[ Cardston kre In tbe city. They that excellent progress is ielng made with seeding operations. in that dis- trict. Only One "BROMO QUININE" WheneTer you feel a cold coming on, I think of Uie Ml .name, LAXATiyij; IBROMO .QUININE. Look for 'ture of B. on box. AUCTION SALE A NUffBER OF Work Horses and Mares from 3 to 6 yearB old and and aiflo and SALE ANP FEED STABLES PHONE 1552 TERMS CASH W. J. Doddi Manager. J. A. Smith Auctioneer, FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Slan., April and closing prices on the local grain exchange todny follows: Wheat Open Close May............ 167 laS% July............ 155 156K October.......... 11914 119% May............ C554 65% July.......... May............ 73 Flax- May 179 179VS July............ 181% 183J4- October...........184VS 185% .Closing Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1 fyorthern.......... No. 2 Northern........... 156% No. 3 Northern.......... 154V4 No. 4 149ii, No. 5.................. 140H No. 6.................. No. 2 C. W................65% No. 3 G214 Ex. No.1 Feed............ No. 1 Feed................ 61 fe Feed......... 65 Flax- No. 1 N. C. No. 2 C. W. Chicago Wheat Open 16] 131 "4 May........ July........ September 116 Minneapolis Wheat May 155 .T.uly 1s0., September 178 175 Close '161 133% 117 K 155 151V4 117% LOCAL MARKETS Track Prices- No. 1 Northern 1.-12J No. 2 Northern l.-llt No. 3 Northern 1.39J Lots- No 1 Northern 1.38 No. 2 Northern 1.35' No.. 3 Northern 1.30; A. R. W. prices same. Central Gash Grocery Store of Quality 20 POUND SACK B. C. SUGAR (CANE) EVERY J2.00 PURCHASE WITH McKENZIE'S, STEEL BRIOGS AND FERRY 4 CO. Lawn .Grass Seed; OCn Onion Sets; Corn and Pcaa; Per tin........... St. .Cliarlea HHk; Per tin Pork and Beans; Per.tin ToiuatoeB; 2: tins tor Apples, pies) 2 tins IQc 10c lOc 25c 25c .VEGETABLES 40c 25c 25c 25c 1Qc 30c 25c JMuatard Dressing; Per bottle Punch Sauce; Per bottle H. .P. Sauce Per, bottle........... Dill Pioklea Per .dozen PROVISIONS 15c 20c 25c 25c 20c Oranges; 3 dozen for cooking or pounds for nhubarb; 3 pounds for Lemoni; Per dozen Green 3 bunches for freBh. dally Per "pound: Per bottle New JjaJd doien for Butter, Creamery C1 OC 3 pounds 'for ......9 I -fcw Butter, Dairy; 3 pounds for Ham, Cooked; Per pound Bacon (Ayrshire) Per pound Bacon, Swift's; Per pound Cheese 2 pounds for 45c 35c 25c 32c 45c NOTICE TO PRICES GIVEN FOR BUTTER AND EGGS. A. E, Kinnear ORDERS CALLED FOR' AND DELIVERED SAME DAY. PHONE, 16S7. 801 9th AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 1657 CYPRAIN'S W. A. Sale of Fancy Work and Home Cooking NEXT DOOM TO THIRD AVENUE SOUTH SATURDAY 3 TO Afternoon Tea and Served. EVERYBODY WELCOME! ftV IDE MOVEMENT Under Business Men's Committee Ttnipht in Wesley Hall Harold H. Gilbart Christ would find if He 'came to Lethibridge" Song gervice 7.45 under Mr. McPhcrson MASS MEETING FOR MEN Knox Church, Sunday, 4 p.m. Great Facts that Make Great Men"