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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 24, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor Best SI.25 a Day Hotel in LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Vegetables FRACHE BROS. I Taylor Made Flour Pride of Alberta and Mother's Favorite TTJOO brands with but a single aiin Better Bread SATURDAY SPECIALS CALIFORNIA Per ...........................25c for" ..................Z5c bunch .....................5c GREEN for ...................10c pound ......................10c. EXTRA FANCY .......cOc pound .......................15c NAVEL dozen 20c. Z5c. oOc, lOc FLORIDA GRAPE for 25c and each 10c FriESH PORK quality. Every- body likes this, per pound..............25c GOOD COOKING paundi for ...2Bc GOOD COOKING cue GOOD EATING pounds for .....25c GOOD EATING cue AI-BEFTA ONTARIO Per 90 pound sack SE-T ihtpmellt juit Par pound ..........................'i..20c office Phone 1271 THE GOOD GO. Ste- 525 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER Lethuridge, clear Kdniomon. fair Calvary. fair..... Medicine Hal. fiiir 30 '.'IS 10 Prince Albert, clear H- i Repina. clear tf_ Winnipeg. cloudy -14 5S .4-_' Pon Arthur, cloudy -4- .-S XeJson ii.S The wemher in the jmiirio provinces hss ijeeii cloudy, u Itll ruins in tobn and clear and cool in Saskatche- Alhonn Forecast Manitoiia "ool, with local va.ns. Saskatchewan and Alberta Fair and moderately warm. CITY AND DISTRICT the world in wireless of their success than s terrific assault made by the Canadians, over which there will be rejoicing in lh- Dominion this day, turns it to Uifure.. enemy got the guns, his offi- cial, wireless was accurate. He had four nuns ours, not English, but Ca- nadian, of the 4-7 psttsrn; but the Ca- nadians hav- won them back. They for Germans limply' walked into them, found them neces- sarily abandoned in their advance be- "Stscnstraak and Langhemareq. T'ie troops on the riant of the Can- adians had been forced back by the Germans asphyxiating bomb device. Thu Canadians left unsupported, so they hid to withdraw to save them- selves from destruction. This mucn pificial statement indicates. Jchn Krench said he had not1 seen even a morn the guardsmen a than th; Canadians. proved nis words a few hours after the loss of their guns. British do not take kindly to 'the of guns, and the Canadian1 swept back, re-capturing them, and taking German prisoners, and are now praised for the gallantry and deter- mination that saved the situation. "thst War" Office says So. will Britain and the Empire. "It-is Doctor Leaves Granum Dr. A. G. McMillan of Granum lias in all probability figuring in the moved to Clarcsholni. in which the Canadians njsiin-j Banker Transferred a large number from tf. Crichton. who has been teller ihe city. ss well as several from Tn- ihe L'nion Bank, ClarQsholnj, was London, April ening Newa says: No socner do the Germans talk to TENNIS RACQUETS Our Stock is Large Our Prices Low Quality the Best Slazeuser's Doheriy Slsuinger's Lyceum 10.00 Slazlnger's Cemraject 7.50 SLizinger's Demon 6.50 E. D. B. Special 10.00 Wright Dltson's P.m.. 10.00 Victor Tournament S.5Q Victor Sivitt Service 6-00 Victor Champiou 4.50 Victor Parkdale 3.50 Victor Club 3.00 Victor Praciice 1.75 Victor Youth's 1-25 Victor Child's ............36 The Red Cress Drug Book Ce., Limited THE BULLETIN BOARD Noticfi for Column thould this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication I.O.O.F. Notices The nisnibers of Jjethhrldge En- campment No. 7 are requested to meet at the LO.O-P. hall Sunday evening aL to nil end the anniversary ser- vice at Kr.ox B. Burnett, P.U.G.P. The memhpn: of LodE" No. '2, Viiuluct Lodge No. 53. aud JHz- pnh Lodge 72, nre renuestetl to meet at Ilia I.O.O.F. hall nait Sunday evenins; .April 25.. nt G.30 o'clock sharp to attend (he anniversary ser- vice at Knox church. Visiting breth- ren cordially B Morden, D.D.G..M. Something Different Something Better ELLISON'S SP12C1ALS OATS AND COIiX Your horses will work better on per ton MIXED COKX CHOI' .Fiiio ground. on the market for Hogs. per ton SAMPLES FUKMSIIKD OIV KEQTJEST Call. Write, or Phono. Ellison Milling and Elevator Limited Notice to Rebekahs The members of Daminion ber, Macleod and olhe.r towns. iransferrecTto Okotoks. I H. P. Bawden Now Lieutenant Third Avenue Appeals i Congratulations are in order Appeals oi property owners on Ueulenant Bawrien. Results of Third avenue against their assess- R..M.C. examinations liave been ment were up again i'or announced, and amons those success- at a sining of ihe court of revision.) fui is R. p. Bawden, who IE now ;i lieu- TO ihe i Lodge No: -II, and all other Rebekahs 1 in the city, are reminded of the anni- versary services to be held in Kuox Third Ave. S. church on Sunday and- are J? I requested to be at the church at 7.lf> land to occupy tlie first two rows of j seats reserved for the x. Annie Smith, D.D.P. held vesrerday af'.empon. These will be further considered at an adjourned siding on Monday. Basket Social Next Tuesday ai S.30 p.m. tbe ladies tenant and eligible for a commission. Death of'Champion Lady The death occurred in Champion on Thursday of Sarah Ellen Miller, aged of St. Patrick's Parish will nold m, basket social in ihe Knights of Pytliies i merchant The funeral, was liall. The urogramne of the evening IIlefd thls afternoon from the siauon, will be opened by a terpsteboral Interment being m tne local cemeiery. uise, for the accompaniment of which gcsd music has been procured. Spe- cial provision for the amusement of ihe men and young men will be made hj-.thc auction sale of lunch baskets, each imrchaser 10 lake his lunch with the lady who has provided it. The t ladies are requested in place a card 0 I with their name inside [he basket. A L-opijigj irelcome Lo all the m PHI hers of 3t. Patrick's Parish and their friends Feiierly's undertaking parlors had charge of tlie funeral arrangements. Bcvs from Letli bridge and disirict who .joined the first contingent and BUSINESS LOCALS The entire stock of the Red Corner, iacluding Fancy China, EnameiVare, Stationary, Notions, etc., will be sold at poblic auction Monday, April at 2 p.m. L. Wilson, Auctioneer. Information Wanted The find O'flicers of the C'oin- nlwitys rc'ad_y -to answpv inquiries. wliotlicT iiiiulc in person, -or liy lot tor. I[ is a jtarr 'of the -business of ihe to keep tlie secrels of itp regard to Estates and Wills, and U does it. -The British x Canadian Trust Co. OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE. Cuiiybeare Ulock Alberta Register With City Clerk German. Turkish, Austrian cr Hun- garian residents here, who are in des- rltiiie circumstances, or in need of relief, who have not already been spoken to by the American consul or others, should leave llieir names with the City Clerk, who is p.ssiHting to sailier ihis information for United States consul. These subjects arc to he given, relief by their ocvn goveni- menu, through tne United Status con- sulate. MARKETS 1MV1 16SU Bli'4 Established over Forty-one Years THE STANDARD BANK QF CANADA ASSET'S OVER The A, of Banking give Systematically jf ake Care of the Cents ind Ultimately Become Indepen- dent 179 We solicit your account in our SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Slrecl N. G. F. SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES IVfanipcg. Man., .April g are Ihe onening and closing prices on ihe local grain markets today; j I May I62.U IfiVhS j October.......... 125 (.May............ July i May............' Flax- May Closing Cash Prices Xo! i'Northern.......... IQTi Xo. _' Xorthern.......... 162 !i N'G. ,1 Northern.......... 160 Xo. 4 No. -1 C. W.............. CS'A No. 1 .Feed......... Xo 2 Keen'............ No. 1 N. C.......... Xo. 2 C. Chicago Wheat May............ 157 LiK-a. .luiy............ ].-i.'iii Seniemlier....... 12-1 Ts Minneapolis Wheat" .May............ .1 T.2 161VI- 'July............ US KW-ft SdHember........ UH 35c Per Ib. 3 Ibs. for Sprayers 60c The CITY AJVD DISTKICT Banquet May 4 The "Ouvards." a Wesley adult mix- ed Bible class, will liolil their flrel an- nual binquet on Tuesday, May 4. Mine Inioector Johu T. .Stirling, chiel mine in- spector for Alberta, is on a visit to llie city today. Bought Good.Cattle. P. Burns Co., "purchas- ed two carloads of. cattle from Ihe BT- Dcrlmental farm. This beer will be used exclusively in Lelhbrfrtge. Proient Playlet The young people of St. Auguatin's Pariah ivil'i present a playlet, "3un- in Ihe Parish hall on Fri- day, AnriJ 30, at 8 to Wounds Private Miller, who wps formerly measengei1 at -the Lethbridge Hotel, and n-Jio was recently reporteil as wounded at the front, has died of his rounds, according to 'word received here. Mrs. LclitinBn was acquitted of the. charge of conspiring to murder her husband at Port Arthur. I lam il ton, Ortt., threatens Raised Good Hogi A. L. Brown of Coaldalc brought the Herald a sample of bacon today, cur- ed in Leihhrldge from hogs to he .sold, here this winter. The sample is .jnhout as fine BE has been seen, with a Lliin rindi and very healthy looking. ife fed tbisoi an-buck wheat. out tfic all night restaurants on the ground that they arc a menace to morality. Viscount Lascellcs, formerly on the stafT of Earl Grey .Canada, lias hecii appointed adjutant of the York- shire Hussars. C.P.Ft. Employees Note C.P.R. employees who have joined to cut; the third contingent, are reminded How to Care for Your Complexion There is no inier saying than that Men't Own For the past two Sundays tne Men's Own North Lethbriclge has iitilled with the mass meetings'of men beauty is only skin deep." Good on the side, under the direciicn features lose their charm under a SHllow of Evangelists Gilbert and -McPI.er of the fact, that they 'will receive no money on llieir allowance of six months' pay from the company, until they have actually embarked for IhR Old Country, in the meantime it is advisable that Ihe officials of ibe pat- riotic fund lake up 'the matter of car- ing for the dependents of these em- ployees who have enlisted lUHil such time as the contingent sails. Just Received: A few cars of fresh stock of building material, including Lime, Cement, Plaster, Fence Posts etc., etc. Our Specialties: Hanhvood Flooring, Wagon Oak. etc. A call at our yard will please us and help you. CITIZENS' LUMBER CO., LIMITED Grab Sale Tonipht In order to clear iiji otld lines of shirts, collars, ties, lists, overalls, caps, undanvearj. Rylamls Co. are hoxinc all stray nrticlcB worth up to and fflvlng- you your choice for 25 cents a arah. The men's win- dow will be frrtl of .special lot for the women in north rfin- flow. Their advertisement appears In the rftgiilnr TV ARROW CELLAR BURGLARY INSURANCE Your Residence or Business Protect Yourielf Bui-glary Ilonsebreaking aud Larceny W. A. Levitt Box 518. House 1254 4th Avt S. LOCAL MARKETS Trark prices: Xo, 1. Northern N'c. 2 Northern Xo. ?t .Northern Wagon' load lots: No. I 'L Xortheni No. Northern 14 7 ttl ing proper methods of massage. Jt be had at the Kyal Agency Drug Store and you should call tele- phone for it. Among other things.it points out is that diet, sleep, vc.nl ilalion, and a thousand other tbiiica ire cannot _ _ I c-scapc arr continually n-nrring _ Comedy I ourcomplexions. Get a 25corV jarof In which is now be- I Nyal's Face Cream and conviiicc your- I inB the GmprGES has'secured self of its cleansing and refrcsliingand jone the t-he famous Key beaiflifying qualities. His greaseless, stone Comedins, with Ihe orifilnal oxygcnalcd and quickly absorbed by the (Charles as fhc centre of ac- skin, leaves no shine, and gives a j Lion, of .which there Is plenty. Do be interesting, Fifteen minulnn' dl cusslon. Mr. H. Kilner is Ihe soloist for the day. A 'welcome for every man. 143 HO I pleasant, smooth, cool sensation, quick- I Jy removing tlje jfrilation produced by j wind and weaiher. iiga I All Xyal preparations arc justly fatii- Ious an'l none more KO than Nyal's Kace' Crcsro whi'ch un'hesitfltingty recotn- I mend. Call or telephone us for your j copy of this (xmk which contains valuable inform a I sure t'o see 'A Genuine Attraction The Johnston Trio, in their child- ren's' songs snrt. dances, upheld their Wide cnlertainers, and ____........__________ the best act yrt shown in LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY valunhle intorinalioD. ay of Lhejbcal picture .houscH. Their Ca.gary: Hogs. JR-lTr: entile, Franlt Hedley Drug Co., 317 iith ,st (-Bpectal iehgaEemeni terminalcfl this Monircal: lings, cattle, JS.DO. j South: I'eopJa's Drup Store, 240 Mtli cvfcnlngji and llioae who- have not neon Chlcngc-: cattle, St. North; Red. Cmm Drug j tiirfm' avnll themaelvc.i of 'Hook. Lcthbridgc, Westminster Church Rally Day The SuecJai'Services are now over. Tlie rual of Evan- gelism le just beginning, .If yon have been helped In the Snecinl Evangelistic, Campaign, show1 your appreciation by attending ay many of the sorvic.efl of Sunday as you can. 10 GLASS MEETING. 11 THIRD FINGER." CHRISTIAN'S 2.45 SCHOOL AND BIBLE CLASSES. 4 Men's Own D. ROSS. ___ HELD THE A. FAULKNER. H. KILNgR. 7.JO SUCCESS IN PERSONAL WORK." Special at the morning urvjce by the Junior Choir; and irt the evening tiy the Senior Choir. The heartfelt welcont to ST. MARY'S MEN'S SOCIETY WIN hold their ntxt WHIST DRIVE, Tundly, April Z7th'at t p.m. In the Parlih Good Prim and 1 Good Time Allured. ;