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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 21, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUO 10 ALL TRAINS. Hotel Winttaor 11.29 a Day Hotel In Alberta. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRACHEBROS. Flovnri. Potted mti, Votitablee "gr POTATOES AND APPLES Two articles we are giving exceptionally good value on. Whyl Itccausc we bring; goods in in carload lots. ALBERTA OC EARLV ROSE SEED QA GOOD WINTER Beauty, ONTARIO dry f-t Ion HpjiluB. 9 I O9 mealy, pur 9u pound suck...... Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 WEATHER The Lethbridge Flowci1 Guild WILL GIVE A DANCE K. of P. Hall Friday, April 23rd TICKETS SOc-EACH GASKELL'S ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE Programmes and i-emonide wltl be on sale. Fresh Morning's Milk 12 Quarts Cox's Dairy Phone 1065 MARKETS WINNIPEG MARKETS Winnipeg, Man., April j ing are the opening and closing prices Jon the local grain exchange today: 125% I.r-thhrUlgc, cloudy 13 Edmonton, cloudy litil JXrr. cloudy SS Talgaty, cloudy 70 iMacleort, cloudy Medicine Hat, iair rriiice Albert, fair Po-ft Arthur, cloudy Nelson Branduu, clear Winnipeg, fair Kalilioops, (air The weathtr In .the.urairif provinc- es has bL-Pii mostly fair and mild, ivilli local slimvrrs. FOHEC.-'.ST Showers I and local thunderstorms rljut partly fair, Thursday, comparatively "cool. Saskatchewan and lairauil cold, with a. lew. local show- ers oi rain or. snow. CITY AND DISTRICT Pertonal Mention Joseph Stewart is spending days in Medicine Hat. .October......... May............ 6C" July.......'.. B6H Barley- Hay iJIay............ isili j.luly............ 154% October Clojinn Cash Prices i No. 1 -Vorthern........... j No. '2 Northern.......... No. 3 Northern.......... i No. o............ '1 C. No. 3 C. W.-.....; i Es. No. i Fead............ Xo. 1 Feed.............. No. 2 Feed.............. Flax- No; 1 N. W. C............. No. S C. W............... Chicago Wheat Open i 3Iay 157 I July 13-IU j September........ 121 Minneapolis Wheat I Hay July............ Septeniher 121 C5-H 6554 157 154 .150 65 G2 -61% 170 176 Close 1SI 1531J 151 122 Praiiibition Rally Tonight in Wesley church hear Harold H. Gilbart on "Breaking the Booze Bottle." Go South James Breivster o! Banft Park, and A. Brefl-ster. rc-ent south ,ro Great Falls, this morning from Calgary. PARIS GREEN For The AVniy Cutworm advise (hose needing Paris to .secure llielr require- ments without delay as tile de- mand will be greater than the supply this year. We have it in Bulk and in 1- pound Packages. Write, Phone or Call. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Phone THE BULLETIN BOARD Notice! for Column mould riraoh this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication Shekinah Chap'ter, R.A.M., rehearsa meeting p.t S o'clock tonight. Masonic Hall. Executive committee meet 7.30. Service .of Intercession Qt St. Cyp- rian's Church tonight at S o'clock. Those having relatives or friends at the front specially invited. CITY ANlTDISTKICT Can't Avoid Tax It has been brought to the atten- tion of tlic post office department "that some business firms, desiring to avoid pay'iug the war tax, have been making .arrangements for the delivery ol accounts, bills, circulars. etc., PRINCESS DEPLETED Ottawa, OnC., April tl ranks ol the Princess Pnlricins are badly depleted by casualties and sick- ness is stated In. "a letter from Cor- pornl Jerred of Toronto to Ills wife through means other office. than tlie post "We are getting more men all tue This is confcrarr to the postal act, tlme'. l a warning is "issued that the post "len W company now. That is not :ffice department will insist that the wondered at, when we have only law be lived up to rigidly, anil 12a of the original Princess Patricias not allow business firms to take any that-left Ottawa with .us last August- means of avoiding paving the war Anther n small number out of UOO, Bill Harris a Lieutenant Wm. M. Harris of this city has been appointed a lieutenant Jo the Gbtn Regiment at Calgary. He has Just completed an officer's training course. Going to N. B. Rev. F. E. .BooLhroyd or Taber lias ocen granted a trarister to .ihe New Brunswick -Methodist Conference. Jt will take effect in June. LOCAL MARKETS Track prices: No. 1 Northern No. '2 Northern......... No. 3 Northern......... Wagon load lota: No, 1 Northern ..Ill No. 2 Northern 13S No. 3 Northern... 133 A. H. W. -prices same. 140% SENTENCED Edmonton, Alta., April HeaYnr? was sentenced Ibis moralnt; Chicago: Judge Taylor.In ihe District Court j io .one year, each on fifteen charges of breaking, entering, theft and safe- etc., 'tba sentences 'io run CDncarreDtly. This means that the adopted son or J. Monroe Heaton, LIVESTOCK .PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary; cattle, ?7.oO. "Winnipeg: Hogs, cattle. Hogs, J7.40-I7.SO; cattle. former realty, agent, will serve year in Lethbridge Jail after being accused Charles Piemen and' Chae., McMillan ol numerous lliefts in Alberta and Saskatchewan. JOE MARTIN'S PAPER SUCCUMBS Vancouver. E.G., Aurll Van- MIDDLEMEN TO BE PROSECUTED Ottawa, OnL, April D. Hogg, and M: G. O'Connor, K.C. oi1 Ot- tawa, bare been appointed by the'de- partment of justice as special coun- sel to examin'e ihe evidence given be- fore the committee of public ac- counts and to determine in what cas- es prosecutions .should be instituted The cases referred" to the juiUce tje- couver Journal, "Fighting- Joe" Mar- purtment were those relating to (.lie issued a notice this afternooii" that it waa suspending for financial reasons. -The career of-the paper.was a short and merry one. supply of field'glasses, etc., by Ernest Powell of Ottawa, and the supply ot binoculars throueh..P. A. Ellis Co., Toronto. NEW STOCK J NEW METHODS NEW EVERYTHING Quality and Service will be our mpfto. Call and Be con- vinced. It will please us to please you. CITIZENS' LUMBER CO., LIMITED District Adjutant Here Major May of Calgary, district ad- jutant, was in the city yesterday, in- specting stores or the old 2ith Bat- tery. Back From .Jaunt D. E. Harris returned yesterday af- ter visiting toe Panama-Pacific expo- sition and other coast cities for the past month. Resolution of Thanks At Ihe Board- pf Trade meeiin- last night, S. S., Duaham. moved a resolu- tion of thanks to Professor Tanuer of Raymond for his' article on growing alfalfa, anfl to The Herald for Its pub- lication ol the article. Appeal, on Acreage Court oC revision dealt with C.P-H- appeals yesterday, and adjourned till Friday. The railway company is ap- pealing only on 'acreage property this year, apparently ''being satisfied "with I its other assessments. Chief COM North Chief Skdton and Detective Kaue went .north to Calgary last night, where they will" be witnesses today the trial of A. -Lessard, who was committed from here on a charge of receiving stolen goods. School Board Estimates At the special meeting of the Scuort Board to be held fhis evening, tHo es- timates for the year'-wiil be consider- ed. There will he a considerable re- duction on Iheie over laat year. Temperature .Drops The temperature toojk. a suddcD drop last night, and the weather man tried o band us some more snow. A small pinch of snow (eK. but not enough to le recorded. Indications still point to rain or snow, and either of these would be advantageous to the coun- try. In conversation with Hon. A. J. McLean at Edmonton 'phone this morning the Herald learned that a foot of snow fell in the northern city ast night. bor. More than the -right of ;skilled. me: chanics, quickly. Moose Ladg: Officers A large number of tlie members-of the L.O.O.M. No. 793, met In the (Moose Hall last night to witneis the installation of diliccrs for the com- 'ing year. Deputy Installing Officer Bro. W. 11. Ward performed tllf) cere- mony in due style. Tae following oi- ficers were installed: P.U., firo. .T. Haynea; Dictator, C. B. .Maguire; vice- Dictator, George .ilasson: Sereeant- at-Armj, P. lUeailer; Pnleto, L. Noels; Inner Guard, W. Samlln; Out- er Guard, John Maeson; secretary- treasurer, E. J. Wahwork; truEtsss, F. Wellsmao, J. J. Csmeroa and A. Lothian. After the business was over a general musical and song program j waa rendered, concluding .with refresh-' ments. The Moose have entered on an active membership cumialfn- from April to July, gad-are having good re- sults. li children are Icvcrish give; a-light laxative like KexaH' Orderlies, which oltfn remove only by I J D.' uieinbothani'. i Co., Limited, The Hexail 50c. OXM. "i- For Your Soldier Friend. A Practical Gift Dimensions: inches. Vest Pocket Meniscus Achromatic Lens and Kodak Ball Bearing Shutter... Vest Pocket Kodat, fitted with Kodak Anastlgmat Lens f.8. and Kodak Bill Bearing Shut- Vest Pocket Kodak Special; fit- ted m'ih Zeiss Kodak Anaetig- niat Lens f.6.9. and Kodak Ball -Bearing Kodak Gift Case including Vest .Pooket Kodak, fitted with. Ko- dak AnastiBmaL'Lens f.8. im- ported satin .finish leather cose and silk Ifoed contain- er...................J14.50 Leather Case for Vast Pocket Kodak Grain Leather Case for Vest Pocket Kodak Special.. N. C. Film Cartridge. S ures, inches ,...'.20c Kodak Portrait Attachment.30c The Start tax. An letters conveyed, received, col- lerfed, sent or delivered in contra- vention of the post oflicc act, will be seized and npccss.iry steps immediate- ly taken for the prosecution of'the of- fender ia nil cases where the law has been contravened- I expect' .we Tvill geL u few tlmt went out ivith frozen Kaiser for Curio at Toronto Fair Dermatologist Gives Complexion Secret Ottawa, _April deputation from the Toronto exhibition arrived in the capital Lhia morning, intent upon securing a new line of attrac- ticss for the big fair nest fall. The deputation' consisted of Noel Mac- shall, Mr. Rogers and Di. Orr. They r.......... _... interviewed O'en. Sam Hughes and de- 'atore, hastens Uie natural shedding proc- sited to know .how HIBT could pro- cure an exhibit of German trophies, youthful-looking skin underneatli." "1 will have the Kaiaer n'illinni' brought over for you about ,that "The great iccret-of keeping the face young" la io keep off dead says br. J. Mortimer Mitchell. "It (s well known that the surface. Bkin la constantly dyint. off in imperceptible pnrticles, except In some diseased conditions, when the unme appear like dandruff. But ilia particles do not all.'drop off Immediately they die, being: held lor by Uis live Hlcln. 1 "To hava the dermftloloffical peel off the entire outer 'akin at one tlma la a painful and expensive operation. Tho sama result Js obtained by applying or- dinary mercollzed you would cold cream, allowing to .remain on over nieht, Gien taking It off with warm water. One' ounce uauflfiy -BUincsa.- The..process Is both pnlnlesft and Inexpensive. The woz. which is procurable at'your drug Bank Clearings The bank clearings last week were as ngainst for UIG SQUIG 'week last ysar.. Tho In- crease is due to the fact thiit Easter occurrinfr last year made the report cover only four days', business. BURGLARY INSURANCE Your Bcsiflciicc or Business Protect Yourself Agnlnit Burglary Houscbrcaklng and Larceny (Theft) W. A. Levitt Box 518. House 4th Avt S. remarked the General. MECHANICS NEEDED London, April TyhWde is Biif- !erlng severely from a, shortage of la- men. Including could be .Oabsbrbed here RAILWAYS MUST GIVE REBATE'S ON TIME From Thirty to Sixty Days Ordered by the Railway Commission Ottawa, Ont., April per- emptory -order was made by Chair- man Drayton at the Hallway Commis- sion's aiUine in. Otta'wa, providing (or I a prompt payment of rebates on tic- [kets of all railway lines In Canada. I The order gives a railway company 30 I days in which to make a rebate on ticket issued over one line only and I sixty to make a refund when the tic- ket has.peen over more than one line. The commission has no jurisdiction in the matter of tickets Issued over rail- ways in the United States. Mr. B.. P. FUntoEt, counsel for the abated that the books showed that 91 per cent, of that .railway's re- bates were paid promptly. Chairman Drayton declared that two and a quarter years ago he had put in. an applicllpn for a rebate to the C. P.R. and had. nut received it yet. YUKON LIQUOR MEN KICKING Qttft'wa, Ont., April right of the Dominion government to im- pose an excise on liquors imported Into the Yukon Territory from a prov- ince of the Dominion Is called in ques- tion, and a million dollars is claimed by way of refund in a petition of right been presented to the gov- ernment through the exchequer court. f The Public We want to'conjrttulite ihe agent or the Mothers' Macaroni Co. of Minneapolis, who away samplsVof micaroni to which they give the name Creamttta. ThtH ire called ready cut, and we told the people In all of tvr to use' par- ticular cut and 'da away with the necessity of breaking the long macaroni. The MarlnaVo Macaroni Co. manufacture 160 different cult niacsronl In Amarics. Thla haa'been p.royed for twenty yeara In the-U, 3. A. and Canada. All the macaroni Is made of Alberta wheat and took tha prlias at all expositions. Mr. Marlnaro was bom and ralaad in th< city Naplse, Italy, where he was ingagad In manufacturing hjgn The Macaroni manufacturn 150 different cute of macaroni. If the Mothers' Mauranl Co. would do tha seme thing they would not need to coma te Western Canada to sell their as they have million-ptaple In the U. 9. A. and are all macaroni eaters. MAPilNARO MACARONI CO.' Lethliridge, Alberts. AUCTION SALE 1248 Sth Avenue South (Half a Block West from 13th Street) FRIDAY NEXT April J23rd at 2 o'clock sharp FRANK WADDINGTON IB favored with In-jtructlons to sell by Public Auction, on thi ibove the useful -J HOUSEiHOLD FURNITURE and eflects of C very heavy -OikrOiaine-Cluin; Extending .Dining Table; Solid Oak Cabinet; Folding. Bed fitted.... with Coll- Springs; -Folding' .Bed Lounge; Solid pefc OccaBtonftl." Table; Grass Easy Chair; Cavflct Squares and Rugs; Brass Mount, ed Bed, 'Springs and Wool Mattress; Oak DreSBCT ylt'.i Oval Mir- Kitchen 'Cabinet; Washing Machine; McCUiry'.Cooking.Hange in Al condition; the usual Kitahe'n.Sua- drlefl and a quantity of Garden and other Tools. TEHlMS CASH. i AUCTIONEER'S Stafford Block. QTY WIDE MOVEMENT TJiuleL 6visiness Men's Committee Harold II. Gilbai-t in Wesley Church Aiiditorium Tonight ig Prohibition Meeting THE BOOZE BOTTLE" Service of Series. Farewell Address Large Union Choir. ;