Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor Beit J1.Z5 a Diy Hottl In Alberta. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FLORISTS SST FRACHE BROS. FRESH PORK ally Kvi'rybnily lliey .lire good. Por pound ...........................25c LOUISIANA of UlB Bull- son. Pc.r hnsUn ........................30c FRESH pound ..............lOo FRESH UUIK'll ..............5c HOT HOUSE and 30c FRESH'WASHINGTON md crisn.. Hi-r. pound ......................20c A Few Saturday Specials cplTon- FINEST WINTER APPLES------ Per case and FRESH nmimU Tor ...........2ic FLORIDA GRAPE ll'ltt, Mid: tOr FLORIDA pound .............15c GREEN bundles for ...........10o NAVEL dozen I7V2, 25, 30, 40c LARGE SIZE dozen ........25t ALBERA ONTARIO auok EARLV ROSE SEED Cwt. (1.90 Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 m Vt'EATIIEIi G9 7fi 7i; 711 74 7f? 7S It sure was a good stunt to dispose of that old punk stock, but dirt! Toclaj" we can shenv von a clean ;ind Jieiv stock of all kinds-o( Building Material Quality talks. Gall, sec and be convinced. Citizens Lumber Co., Limited 138 IGrh Street y 7-1 -U 'Lotliuritlsc, fair Doer, clear' Canary, clear. Macicoil, deal iSaskatoou, clear Hcgina, fine K am loops, clear .Medicine Hat, fair Winnipeg, lair Port Arthur, "iS olson '.I 3S The Tycather in the prairie provinc- es has continued lair and mild. FORECAST A few light scattered .5110 wrer-bTrt-senffailJf fair today and on Sunday. .Saskatchewan and Alberta Fair and slightly cooler today and on Sim- CITY AND DISTRICT I Board of Trade Meets Tuesday The regular monthly meeting of tbe Board of Trade will'be held in chef Board of Trade rooms Tuesday even-1 ing at Eight o'clock. Tl-e chief busi- ness will be ihe presentation for ad- optlcu of a resolution suggesting to the Provincial government the estab-j llshment of an agricultural school and j demonstraiion farrii in tKe Lcthbrfdge j district, at the earliest possible date, nnd also to discuss and take for or against the darHglit saving i movement. TENNIS RACQUETS To Please All Players Onr Tennis Raetiuota is large and well assorted. from ounces to 14 it ouuces, ind prices [roro to 510.00 each. All Racquets 53.00 and over are guaranteed. TAPES, BALLS, NETS, POSTS, RACQUET PRESSES, ETC. Liberal Discounts to Clubs and Societies. The Red Cress Drug Book Ct., Limited Third Ave. S. THE BULLETIN BOARD 'NotJcei for th.'g Column ihould reach Office beforo 12 j'ciock noon on the day of publlcal.ion A special meeting of No. 49' of( the American Federation ol M.usi- cians will be JjoJd in the Labor lia.ll, Sunday, April IS. A Socialist lecture, under the aus- pices of'tbe Socialisl party of Canndn, bo held in the Monarch Theatre ou Sunday, April IS. Speaker, Sophie Mushlcit. Subject: "The. History of s Commune." CITY AND DISTRICT Aceuied of Horaestealing Ball ngffrosatinir S2300 was offered Foster B. Moore, ;ipalniit n-lioni three charges of horsesteallng nre pending, he came before 15. P. McNeil at the District Court, on Mon- day at Macleod. Buy Or Sell Your Oil Shares Direct with the Stock Exchange We buy or icll for out of town client! for Ji% Cotnmitiion. STOCK QUOTATIONS WEEKLY MARKET LET- TER MAILED FREE UPON REQUEST. CORRE- SPONDENCE SOLICITED. BANK REFERENCES. ADDRESS, W. J. LIVEJ-Y, MANAGER, Box 1160. Calgary Oil Stock Exchange .CALGABY ALBEHTA CANADA MARKETS Open Close 1.58 1.5SJ J.20 1.3.U SATURDAY'S., OSAIN. PRICES Winnipeg, April and closing prices on the grain exchanges today May Oct. Oats- May July................... Barley- May July 65S Cli 6GJ 1.784 USJ -l-.S2f CITY Wl MOVEMENT Under Business Men's Committee Sunday A. Gilbart MEN'S MASS MEETING KNOX P. M. Great Facts that Make Great Men" W. S. GALBRAITH. Music by Mr. McPherson and Men's Choir MEN'S QUARTETTE WILL SING Wesley to a Lost World" Service 7.15 led by Mr. MuPherson and Union Choiiv WINNIPEG CASH' FRIGES No. 1 -N'or. .......1.58 JNo. 3 Nor................... 1.57J- !No. 3 Nor. No. 4 1.49J Oats- No. 2 C. 65J No. 3 C. W............. 63; Eitra No, 1 Feed B2f Barley- Feed 05 No. 1 N. -l.fSi CHICAGO x May -Jill; 1.335 1.36 Sept........................... 1.17 MINNEAPOLIS- (May.............................. 1.54 o'clock-. Mrs. McKinney is a Sl-.pt............................' I.16J 1.10" Paris and Paris Graen Sprayers Better book your or- ders now. JlHiginbothamSCo. Ltd. The Store Court of Revision Court of Revision 1915 aa- aessment aits on Monday afternoon at two o'clock, -with about 150 appeals of minor importance to be heard. It is likely tbe court will sit for two or three days. ALFALFA SEED Mr, Farmer: Your Opportunity to plant some of .the.seed.that has made 'Alfulfil King Taiiiier famous throughout fife West. have secnroil hi? entire crop'and live giving- it a final cleaning before for sale. Order Early. Do not let this chance get-away from you. 20 cents per pound f.o.b. Lethbridge or llaymond. Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Ltd LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CITY AND DISTRICT Prof! 'Stepheni In South Prof, steph'ens'of "Claresnolm 'Agri- cultural went south yesterday to Raymond anil Magrath. 'where he Is looking-'into crop'conditions. 'George' Bryan "Here George J. Bryriri'of the Albtsna, Loan Investment of "Ciilgary and Leth- bridjja IB In the city tb'day on huslneBn connected with the company's -wide In- herei............ Wat Old School The fire of Thursday night, which destroyed a laundry and tailor Bhop pn__Flfth 'avenue North, occurred IIL [The ursfschool ever erected in North Lethbridge. The old building was bought a. few yenrs ago by- Prank Colpman, and now belongs to him. Card of Thanks We desire to .express our hearUTelt thanks to our many friends and neigh- bora who ao kindly assisted us during the sickness and subsequent death cf our beloved and Mrs. G. A. Poole, J. H. Chittict, Claude Cblt- Uck, E.'Yr. Cln'UJck, W. A. Cbittlck. LOgAL MARKETS Track No. 1 .Northern XortherD No, 3 T-Ibrthern.......... Wagon load iots: No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern.......... -3 Monhern.......... A. K. prices same. Stole Wheat Pleading guilty to having stolen two sacks-of wheat, Dan Thibodeau, a farm hand was sentenced' by Supt. Starnes 1.55i and of tbe Peace Sam Heap on very Saturday last to :a fourteen-days' stay in tbe Mounted Police Barracks at Macleod. Alberta Sarley Best P. H. Rice of the Rice Malting Co., .Winnipeg, was la the-'cily yesterday on a Hying visit. Sir. Rice at one 139% 338 185 130 LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDA-Y Ca'igary: Hogs. SS.1'5: .cattJe, S7.50. Toronto: Hogs, cattle, 58.00. Chicago: Hogs, J7.16-J7.60; cattle, Established over Forty- THE STANDARD BANK OF CANADA ASSETS OVER The A, of Banking Perfect Safety. Quick Assets. Reliable Service We folicit your tccount in our SAVINGS DEPARTMENT LETHB1BIDUE C. T. MANAGER. Street N. Automobiles require ccrtai n ainoiiril of attention bc'l'nre. being pat to a sen son's use. Our shop i.s in charge of a first class me- chanic and is equip- ped modern ma- chinery. Let uVput your car In ifiapc to 6ive unnecMiiry .running -tx- penie. x McLeod Williamson 120 9th St. S. PHone 1 Lcthbririge Death- of Tabor Boy The death occurred Iu tbe city this morning of Alfred Do Corte aged sev- en years, the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo De Corte ol Taber, Alta. The bcdy irill be shipped from Fetterly's undertaking partors to Taber lor 1n- terment; time had plans for a malting plant In many 'wild and exciting adventure! Notorioui Character Dead Nora Loat is dead. She died in jail at Nelson, where she wae serving a nine months' sentence for forgery, having been apprehended in one of the Pasa towns In B.C., after making some queer passes in Lethbridge, which brought her into prominence in police court circles. She had had a very chequered career, her police re- cord lianng- it that she had been in S-t jallft in Canada and the United States. She went under aliases of Nora Taylor and Bessie Evans. Her death took place on iltvrch 29, after three "weeks' illness. Old-Timer Paasei After an Illness lasting barely a week, John W. Allen, father of John Allen of Macleod paaaea peacefully away at bis son's residence on Sunday mornlng. The deceased man, who was born in Misso.uri 85 years ago, was a typical frontiersman, ar.d dur- ing the course of a varied career saw 'Cbrpbraf 'Gracly Hurt An acdiTent' bf'ii'iiiost unfortunate nature bccurreil 'id Co'r'voraL Harold Grady or while engaged In manoeuvres' wit'li lilts' 'feguncnl, the Horse in' "England, us a result'of which" he is'rtdW In BriglUon military" siirre'riug from a bndly leg.'........ Motored from Taber Mrs. Gordon DlckBon, Mrs. D. A. Caven, iliaa Mabol Douglas and Cecil Mahon motored up from Taber to the city toiliiy. Macleod Wedding A most Interesting ceremony -KHS performed at the Cut nolle church, 'Macieod, on Monday morning-. Iwl, when M err In, Bryan, District Court stenographer, oi Calgary, and a of Mr. and lira. W. C. Hryan, waa rled to Miss Rlla Muldoon, daughter of Mr. aucl Mrs. K. J.-'MuJdoon of ATac- lebd. NEW USE FOH ALUMINUM Aluminum Is non- uned to preaerve the fragrance of the natural leaf in packing "SALADA" tea. Tho bright clean sheets arc closer In teiture than the old fashioned lead coverings and ensure perfect protection to the freeh ng leaves. AUCTION SALE OF EVERYTHING IN HOUSEHOLD FURNITUREr WfLL' TArrtE PLACE AT- 402 FIFTH 'STREET SOUTH, ........OH'M'c'KEOWN'S HARDWARE STORE, ON TUESDAY NEXT, APRIL 20th AT P.M., CONSISTING OF THE FOLLOWING: Two Cgok, One One. Four lng. Tables Stands Springs anil .ei 'hle .Bedfl, SprlnBB and Table. Two Centre' Tables Two Gas Stoves One Mission Oslr Office Dealt Two Combination Book Case t Writing Deiks Tn-o Extension of Dlnlnf Chairs, Leather Seated Three Rocking Chalrfl Number ot Kitchen Chain Rccllnlug Chair Two Hall lUcki Two Sewing Machines Canjeta and Linoleum Oil Cloth. .Garden Sliovels, Dishes, Cooking Utensils and articles too numerous to mention. TERMS'CASH: v. NO RESERVI. GUS NE1DIG, AUCTIONEER. Lefhbridge, nut failure to react] agreement with the city caused him to droo the project. He still thinks southern Alberta barley is the best in the world for malting, and expects there Kill be a big Old Country de- mand for the grain this' fail. At tne age of 17 he crossed the J3ull Plains into Oregon, which was then a wild and unsettled country. He farm- ed there until the death ol' his wife, in 1S79, when he sold up liis possessions and took to the Hie of a miner, pros- pector and hunter. __ Important Auction Sale Wednesday Next, April 21 AT 9.30 M. ON THE PREMISES, NO. 122 Bih ST. SOUTH, CITY 1'KANK WADDINGTOX is favored with instructions to Public Auction and Without Reierve the Superior Household Furniture nnd effects Walnut Sideboard wRh large bevelled mirror; Extending Dining Table; sot of Ouk Dining Chairs; Solid Oak Dinner Wagon; Large Leather Upholstered Easy Chair; Large Leather 'Rocker; Occasional Cliaim and Tables; Large Hall Mirror in Solid Walnut frame; Oak Dressers Stands; Beds, Springs and Jlattresaes; Double Deck Refrigerator; Lice ani! Muslin Curtains; Carpet Squares; Large Cooking Range (Gas or feet Garten Hose and Reel; Hcturei; Books, Glass- ware; Cluiia; Japanese Inlaid.Cabinet a marvellous example of Japanese Silver and Silver Plated Goods, etc. A Prompt AttinJancc li rdpccUully rgquuted. TERMS CASH. AUCTIONEER'S Stafford Slock. HIGH, CLASS FURNITURE FUMED OAK FURNITURE AN AUCTION SALE OF SUPERIOR QUALITY OF High Class Furniture Tuesday Next, April 20th AT 2.00 P.M. SHARP AT 1312 6th AVENUE SOUTH. U WILSON, Auctioneer, is favored with instructions from MRS.. BRICe A. McKAY, to sell the FUrne'd Oflk Arm Chzlr upholstered in Spanlth Leather; one Fumed Oak Arm Rocker to match; one Fumed Oak Couch with re- r.iovvble Spanish Leather Cushion; one Fumed Oak Dinner Wvgon; one-Fumed Oak- Round- Extension Table with dividing pedeitnl leg 'ftflf'lock'er.-'jone Fumed Oak let of Dinerj upholltered in Spah'ish' L'e'ath'er; "one Fumed Oak China Cabinet; one Fumed Oak La.diec', .g.ne Fumed Oak Miri'or with British bevel plate, sf-glail 20x40 inches; one Fumed Gak Book Cue; one Victor 30 1. Grass. Ann. Ckn'r 1 Grass Jardiniere Stand 1 Mission Oak Flat TOD Office rjeflk'wilh 'j.drawers 1 Axminsjer Snuarc 9x1014 1 Aimlnslcr.Sn.uare 1 Axmlnster Square 0x9 1 all Brass Bed with Coil Wire Sprlns' and best All Felt Mat- tress 1 Camp Cot. 1 Solid "Quarter Out Oak Dress- er with British bevel nlntc glass. Homan Htyle 1 single Iron DsJ 1 Child's Irofi Crib 1 Medicine Cabinet 1 Electric Dome 1 Klcctric Uesk Lamp 1 2Jhurner Oil Stove with.oven 1 Kitchen Range. 8-hole. with Hot Water Connections Kitchen Clialre, Kitchen Utensils, Pic- turei, Lace Curtain's, Japanese Mats. The requests a prompt attendance as there art very fnv small articles to dispose of, ind we will be rlpljt into the best fmnllura very (julckly. Thinking you for your prompt attention. W. L. WILSON, 1023.