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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 19, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Wijnlsoi- Belt a Day Hotel In Albcria. RIDC HERALD Flowora, Potted Vegetableo FRACHEBROS. POTATOES AND APPLES Two we ;UT good value on. Why? "inst1 we Hiesc goods in iu curlond lots. Wheat- ;iy July Espt CHICAGO 1.75} .luly Sep't. 1.63 1.37 1.20J 3I1.VNE.4POLIS 1.571 1.54i 1.22 1.63} 1.22J 1.35 1.22J Personal Mention S. Y. Hurst spent the day in Grassy Lake. C. Al. McLennan, formerly oi the Herald staff, came in from liis farm at Raley, on Saturrtaj'. Popular Traveller D. A. L. of Montreal, repre- j sentijig- tlie H. E. Ledoux Co.T arm ever J a popular caller on the cigar trade here, is registered at the Letbbn'dse. Air, Telfer reports that business in smukes is as strong as ever. Cattle Buyer Goes South J. D. UV.iOn of Great Fgi'is, one of the biggest canlu- buyers In the. -n'est, south this mommfi, to Raymond, in connection u'Hh cattle deals, which I he is negotiating with Ray Knight. LOCAL MARKETS Track 1 Northern No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern Wagon Xo. 1 Nort-heta No. -2 Northern No. 3 NortKem 1.455 l.-ll 1.38 1.33 LIVESTOCK PHJCES SATURDAY 58.25, .cattle. 57.50. {8.25, cattle J7.80. S7.16 to 57.60, cat- tle- to S8.55. JEWISH CANDIDATE Monacal, Aprjl as. Harry A. Wollc, ivas selectee independent Jew- ish candidate for the House oi Com- mons from Cartiec riding, at a'gath- ering, of independent Jewish electors Saturday. BUESIAN BUTCHERS REFUSE MEAT Petrograd, Aprri 19. via Petrograd hutchers ieruseii to sell meat today, in protest against a recant government order all retailers that the war must noT ba used.as a. pretext to raise prices ab- ove rates by the government. Customers who went to the Hhope for the usual purchases found them empty. CITY WIDE MOVEMENT Under Business Men's Committee Harold H. Gilbart for the Week HALL Address (o Young1 Women Only Tomorrow Night Address to Young' Men "GUMPTION AND GUNPOWDER" y Nig-lit Great Prohibition Mect- ".Breaking the liooze Bottle" Closing lEeeting of Series Tvith Thank-offering. Royal Arch Masons to Meet The officers of Shekinah Chapter, R.A.3L, and aiiy memhera who care to attend, are reminded of the rehearsal of the R..A. degree, ivfaich wil'l be lield on Wednesday evening next at S. Barons Crops Good J. T, Tasker, the' Barons farmer, was in city on Samrday, and states thai he will sow 960 acres cf summer fallow in wheat this year, as well as 320 acres in oats." Crop con- ditions in his district are excellent. Two Nephews Fighting Harry-Da'wson ot this city has two nephews righting the Empire's bat- tles on laud and sea. J. H. Dawson is in France with Hie 4th R. Howitzer Brigade, and the other is Richard Dawson, an engine room offi- cer on H.M.S. Lord Nelson, which IE now pounding the Dardanelles. Visit Oil Fields E. P. Howard, manager far Ira Se- gur; C. A. Bloom, a Calgary newspa- per man; -Tohn T. Cos.of Calgary, and A. J. Blackburne of Letnbridge, went, souih this morning to visit the oil fields of 'the..Sn'eetgrasE district. Mr. Howard IE to have" charge of the drliv of Mr. Segur'a new 'jvell on the Montana side of the line. Is III in Didsbury The many friends ot .Mr. Adolph .Mueller, who spent1 the jjast few months in tile city with his sister, Mrs. John Gilniore, while attending business college, will be grieved to learn-that he is dangerously ill in Didsbury. Mrs. Gilmore ami hor sis- ter left laat Thursday for Didsbury, and .Mr. Gilincre, on receipt of 'a 'wire saying that he was not expected to live, lell last nislit. Lad Shot by Stray Bullet Advcrtitfer: A shooting Rccident, which may yet be attended! by seriouH results, occurred on Tlitire- j day afternoon in tlie Field to the north of Dr. T upper's licuac. Hay Porter, the six-year-uld son cf V. A, Porter, and his playmate, Chamber- lain, 'were pivklng flowers in ihe and were Just ahout to relurc. home, when a stray bullet si ruck the form- er, penetrating hie forehead just above and to the right of his right eye. The lad staggered afoul fttlam feet, and then dropped, to tlie ground. A search disclosed ft second bullul wound on Ilia right forearm, shot, having passed in .and out ol the flesh. The boy IE lying in a semi-comatose Mate, The doctors do not eeeni to fear auy danger, Ncillier of .the bad auy tirearma Paris Green and Better book your or- ders now. The Store The Loyal Moose will meet tomor- row nisrht :it 8 o'clock. Installation oi plliccrs and jrpucrul new business. HerreshnjL-nts ami carjietball. All vis- iting brothers welcome. CITY AND DISTRICT Court of Revision The city court of revision opens its sesEion this afternoon at two o'clock. Several appeals arc down lor hearing- Special School Board Meeting A special meeting oi the Scuoo'l Board has Ijeeu called for Wednesday uisht, to discuss Important bnsiuess. On Annual Trip L-. A. Gemmeil of the Musson Book Co., pub'ijghers of Toronto, is on hi: annual visit io the city this "week. To Go to Calgary Chief Slcoltori and Detective Kane expect to go io Calgary tomorrow, where they will be witnesses in the Lessard case, which opens for trln'i in the Supreme Court on Wednesday. Missionary Transferred A. 31. McLead, missionary at Hardie- villp, lias been transferred to Coal- hurst. T. S. Faichney oi Hamilton ar- rived in the city .this morning to suc- ceed Mr. McLeod at Hardleville. Mr. Noble le a Member The Board of Agricultural Educa- tion for Alberta has been named, as follows: P. W. .Warner, Edmonton; A. E- Shiittleworth, Blackle; Lewis Hutchinson, Duhamelj and C. 3. Noble, Xobleford. Lethbridge Man Writes a Letter From France (lOOKi) lOlh BuLlalion, 2ml Infantry Jst Caiiiiilian Division, U, F. Beating It Five tough-looking customers, -who at it into the city on freights, and spent. Ube week-end as of Ihief Skelton, at the police station, were given 12 hours ibis morning to heat ii out agaiu. Horse Show, Calg-ary. April 21st-23rcl, 1915. ONS WAY FIRST CLAS3 FARE FOR ROUNO TBIP GOING DATES April 20tii to 22iul incl. FINAL RETURN LIMIT AprJl ,26tli, 1915. 'or further particulars apply to near est Agent or to E. Bjnvson, District Passenger Agent, CALGARY. Re the Antelope Commissioner Grace this morning received a reply to a letter to the Hon. W. J. Roche, minister of the In- terior, in connection with the ante- lope park at Chin, stating that steps were being taken to fence tie reserve. Business Changfrs Jlylanda Co. are clearing- out the stock iu their men'a -wear department and Lave leased that section of the store to E. A. Bwert, who moves Io (bis store next week. The white lunch will be enlarged to include Mr. Ewert's present store, and will be eaulpped as an up-to-date cafe, with booths, etc., in the enlarged building. Dear a line, hoping by this .timt1 you have all (lie would- be ticrm'ans and Austrhins who do a little bit for llic Fatherland rounded up.' IVe .sJioulJ have liked to have a 'ew of Lhem in the trendies opposite us yo we coudi try to sec how straight shots we were with oiir HOKS peashooter, as ihc Geniuiiis aru pretty handy ,al. the sniping sluft at, early Jind dusk. There arc quite .1 number of us Lethbridge hoys in one trench. We sure were, a happy i uumum tv. v.u., mu bunch the first, trip to the trendies Store, iOc., 25c., and fiOc. boxes, were sniping away all day at every lill.lp hobbcil above the iiamplicL we soon got tired uf it Un v.-rre yards I'ruin the flciniun Ireuelies and we could Iic-ai their conversation fit When all wns quid one night; one ffoniiuii uL'i'oss in good Eng- lish :iiul aslfetl li llicro was anybody in (rciiclies itom Vancouver, as he had a wife and four children there. One of our boys saiil1 his uitc would Ijc .T "willow ivilli four children if hn didn't kcoj) his noodle down that shut him uji. I tJie.se Germans have pot the Canadians down to :i fine poiiil. Well, I think this all now, so 1 will close, Yours ti'uly, FflRD LAV. lOlderly people should use UexaH Orderlies. They arc a perfect and mild Sold only by J. D. lligin- i hotham it Co., Limited. The RcxuU t-t___ r.- i i-n_ i-------- .AUCTION SALE s OF EVERYTHING IN HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE WILL TAKE PLACE AT 402 FIFTH STREET SOUTH, 1 OR McKEOWN'S HARDWARE STORE, ON TUESDAY NEXT, APRIL 20th AT 2.30 P.M., CONSISTING OF THE FOLLOWING: Two Cook Ranges One Refrigerator it One Organ Four Dressing Tables Four Wash Stands Two Single Beds, Springs and iUa'ttresses Three Double Beda, Springs uncl JMattresses One Kitchen Table Two Centre Tables' Two Gas Stoves One Mission Oak Office Desk Two Book Cnae :u ika Two Extension Tables 'Set of Dining Clmirs, Leather Seated Three Rocking Chairs Numher Kitchen Clialra Morris Reclining Chalc Two Hall RncKs Two Sewing Machines Corpets and Linoleum Oil Cloth. Garden Tools, Shovels, Dishes, Cooking Utensils arcd other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS CASH. .NO RESERVE. GUS NEIDIG, AUCTIONEER. HORSE SHIED AND WOMEN INJURED St. Thomas, Ont., their horse, shied at an auto Sunday afternoon the three lUisses Bears, oi Malahicie, near Aylmcr, v.-erc thrown from their buggy. Sarah has a frac- tured skull and will die. Sophia is badly injured but may recover, while the other sister escaped with slight bruises. Important Auction Sale ON4- Wednesday Next, April 21 AT 9.30 A. M. ON THE PREMISES, NO. 122 8th ST. SOUTH, CITY F K A If K W ADDING T 0 N Is fEv6rc.d with instructions from Mrs. Cfiamj-neaa to sell by Public Auction and Without Reserve the Superior Household Furniture and effects Walnut Sideboard with large bevelled mirror: Extending Dining Table; Get of'Os.k Dining Ghuira; Solid OaU Dinner .Wnjoh; Large Leather'Upholstered Easy Chair; Large Leather Rocker; Occasional Chalrft ood Tables; Large Hull Mirror in Solid Walnut Frame; Oak and Stands; Beds, Springs and ilatireBses; Double Deck Refrigerator; Lace and MusMn Curtains; Carpet Squares; Large Cooking Range (tlaa or Heaters; fiO feet Garden Hoae and Reel; Pictures; Books, Glaaa- Cli-na; Japanese Inlaid