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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta 7Zs PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT HO TEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta the Happy CALIFORNIA STRAWBERRIES Arc now on ilu^ iiiarkel and we will lui\c shipments in ilailx' wlicn-(>V(M-tlu\v arc in li'ood shippinu" COM (lition. TUv lowest nuirkcl prices always. Let its hav(> your straw IxM'ry ordi'rs. Von u'cl cou)]llcl( ship in dirt'et. OFFICE PHONE 1271 W'v handle laruc (iiian THE GOOD CO: HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 52 5 IK, YOU 'need it in your kitchen 0 MARKETS PRICES open closi' CLEANLINESS ---- IS 'ONE OF THE FIRST THINGS TO CONSIDER IN BREAD MAKING ililiiMtt MODEL BAKERY BREAD Is inachino-made, ensuring the iitinost cleanliness. It stajuls supreme in quality and taste Ask your f�roeer �>r idione 1175 and the rig will call. MONDAY'S GRAIN Wheat .May .............. July .............. Octiiber........... OATS- .Ma: .............. luiy............. October.......... liARI.KV May ............. KI-AX Mav ............. .tub............. WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat Xo. 1 Northern Xo. i; Northern ... Xo. 3 Northern .. . OATS - Xo. �:. V. \V...... Xo. V. W........ Kxtra Xo. 1 feed . BAHLEV Xo. ............ IKl's 11 1 sr. .Xo. 4 ............... ! Rejeelod ............ ; KLAX Xo. 1 N. W. f........ iXo. J ('. W........... CHICAGO May ............... July .............. September ......... ll'"^s MINNEAPOLIS '\lay............. U.;>4 'july .............. I IS'2 [September......... 112^s 1 n i, 441s r.t) r,4 ..... ISHi ..... ll-'^s una.', ; ~ Add lo yonr suin-nicr's oiijoynieiii witli a KODAi^ We stoeU theiu in all .'een appointed to the Oalt hospltHl board to serve the unexpired term of Capt. L. -M. Johnstone, resigned. on the next sack of Flour you buy I It Will Pay You [llison Milling and [iBvalOi' Co., ltd. If. ItJlIMWllMIUn For Red Cross ! The lion, treasurer begs lo ackiiou- i iledge receipt of $Ui from .Miss Mary; I Uuncan of Ktzikotii. Iieing proceed.'! | of a raffle. ; Moose Installation i Invitations are out for a public, in-: btallation of othcers of Ivethbridge il-odge Xo. 792, L. O. O. .M.. in .Moose � hall, 2nd Avenue, ou Tuesday evening i ISi'ith insl. .V good lime is assured! ! all those who can attend. , .... ---------------------- . - DD rou BURN com? The Grace Coal Mine is now prepared to take caro of all orders. PHONE 1250 The quality is the best. Delivered, $4.50 toiy At mine .. 3.25 ton : --- ^ BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY Kate for Country Trips 1, 2 or 3 Passengsrs 15c Per Mile 15c PHONE 1206 110% U2^s S N. J. SCHWEITZER Proprietor HE GOING WtEK IN In this Column Will be Published Every Monday Church Announcements for the Coming Week. Notices for This Column Should Reach this office not later than 10 a.m. Monday. Announcements of Entertainments for which Admission is Charged will not, of course, be accepted for this column. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES i 'iVagon prices- ; Wheat ........................ i Oats.................... iFla\ .................... (Barley...................... 1 Track prices : . V.'heat ........�. ............ Oats ..................... jFlax.................. LIVESTOCK PRICES l.'hoice steers O-'^i to T'^. Kat cows i) to iJi^. Sheep-ClioicH killing wethers Sheep-Choice killing ewes .S. Select hogs. lCu-200 lbs., liS- . !i4 Itil 40 �2 Anxious to Co-operate The Cardston Hoard of Trade has written the Letlibrid.^e board that they are anxious to co-operate witli ' j tlie local organization in any scheme ; I that will help to put the Waterton , I Lakes Park on the summer resort ! I map. The local board has not yet I taken the matter up but will consider , ; it at a later meeting. i r . At Wesley �President E. E. Chandler and -Mrs. Chandler Invite all the members and attendants of the -Bpworth heague lo a social evening at their home. 1234 Tith Avenue South, tonigh^ at S o'clock. Tuesday at S p.m.. the billeting committee aud the canvassers for the ooming conference are asked to meet in the church parlor. Wednesday at 3 p.m.. annual meeting of the Ladies' in the church parlor. Keports of the past year will be given and officers for ilie coming year elected. Tiie ladies are reminded of the towel shower. Wednesday evening prayer service will be conducted by the pastor. Thtirsday at ii.oU, annual meeting of tile Women's -Missionary Auxiliary in tlie church parlor. Election of oaicers aud arrangements for the coming convention. .\ full attendance is requested. Quarterly communion will be observed on Sunday, .May 7th. At Westminater dence of the Life and Teaching of Jesus, from a Lawyer's Standpoint. " Thursday at S p.m.. regular choir practice. At St. Andrew's Tonight at .S o'clwk. Senior Christian JCndeavor. { Doukhobor Leader i Peter Veregin. Doukhobor leader. 'accompanied by J. M. SUerbinin of l?rillianl. B. C, arrived in the city on Saturday night. They motored to Kaymond yesterday to visit the Doukhobor colony on Kay Knigin's farms there. They left for tlie west again this morning. Tuesday at 3 p.m.. Women s .Mis-i the Lethbridgo honor roll publi sionary Society. Friday at S p.m.. managers' conference. At St. Augustin's Tuesday ai Name Omitted The name of John Urysdale. a Lethbridge man, wi.;. omitted ^om i sited Saturday. John was wounded lasi summer in France. Ills family re-aide here. It has been ditflcult to gather a complete record of Leth-p.m. sharp, lii,- an- i bridge casualties, and information of nual meeting of .St. Augusiin's Ten- any names omitted will be gladly re-nis Club in the club room. j celved bv the Herald. Saturday afternoon, t.he Junior i .......----- .Auxiliary will meet instead of on F'ri- i Evangelistic Services day. .Arbor Day. EvungeJiatiBts Boguo and. Webb, At St. Cyprian's j who have been holding succesBtul Tonight at 7.ISO, Boy.s' Club, (i.l.'i, ineetings in the Christian church, confirmation class. v,'ill hold further meetings Ihis week. Wednesday at .v p.m., service of' IuItord*s.  Parke, Davis & Co.'s Blacklei? Injectors. J. D. Higinbotham & Co. - Limited "� "Albert-t's Pioneer Druogists." The H&TfiM Store Wholesale and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 Grabbed His V/atch Walking up to .Mr. Pearce on the street yesterday Mike .McGlll oniiulrcd the time of day. -Mr. Pearce accommodated him, but wlien he went to put his watch back in his pocket -Mike grabbed the timepiece and ijcat it. 'rhe police were notified and Const. iWallis picked u.o the oflending gentle-i man, who appeared before Police I Magistrate Elton this mornine. He was let off with 30 days. Preacl-.ed at the Hat The siiecial services conducted b.v Rev. David Ross at .Medicine Hat were UttlnKly concluded on Good Friday morning by a church parade of the 175th. Colonel Spencer and staff and a large body of men oompletely filled the Baptist church, notwithstanding the fact that many are re-j leased for the time being to help in seeding operations. Rev. R. G. Blun-dall. pastor, conducted the first part of the service. After a brief address by .Vlr. Ross on the theme of the day, and the singing of part of the song, !"God Will Take Care of You," tiie i service was finished with a verso of i the National Anthem, followed by the benediciiou. f Home Guard ^ I [ Regime n^al Orders Drill this evening at 8 o'clock sharp with ritles. Fall in opposite A. ft. & 1. building on 7th Street South. Thursday at :; p.m., Womens Aii.xil-lar.i. Saturday at 2.:'.o, .luulor .\uxillary. At St. Mary's Wednes^lay at S p.m., service of iu- Tonight at s o'clock, I'.'pwortli League, annual meeting and election of I tercesslon. offtcers. At Pentecostal Mission ; WeduesUay at S p.m., prayer meet- Tuesday at S p.m., prayer and the j Ing. ! '.vord. I Thursday at p.m., annual meeting ', Thursday ai S p.m.. special wuiiiiii; i of the W.'.M. S. in the church parlor. | upon God for the Baptism of the Holy Thursday at S p.m.. annual meel-jGhosi. ing of the Sunday school. ! At Scientist Friday at 8 o'clock, fenior clioir | Wednesday at J> p.m., testimony practice. | meeting. strong sermon on "The liiseii Christ" while Mr. Webb sang ".\ Wasted Life." This evening Mr. Bogue will speak on "Going Astray." while the subject for- tomorrow is "fii the the Wrong Place." NERVOUS BREAKDOWN How Celebrated St. Jullen's Billy (;arnlll, one of the returned heroes of the Fighting Tenth, was in Stamford, Conn., Nurse Tells She Found Health ' Stamford, Conn.-"1 am U nurse and suffered from a nervous break-Idown. 1 had no appetite and could not sleep at night, and nothing seemed to lielp me. By chance 1 heard of Vlnol, and after taking the flrHt hot The junior choir practice has been cancelled this week. At Knox Wednesday evening, regular weekly prayer service; subject: "The Evi-j o'clock. At Christian Tonighiat 7,15, Christian Endeavor. ' Ballai>t commander of the Tenth Every night of this week, incliullni; '� '^^ ^^' J"! "nH, and Saturday, evangelisiLv services at s imemory is revered by hund- OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S RESIDENCE 547 Smith, Murphy & Co. GROUND FLOOR SHERLOCK BUILDING, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG, MAN Grain G>'ain G'^ain Gain WE ARE PAVING SPECIAL ATTENTION T-O CONSIGNMENTS OF GRAIN TO THE CALGARY TERMINAL ELEVATOR "THE PROOF OF THE PROFITS-IS IN THE RETURNS." Grain G^^ain G'ain Gain W. K. PORTER. MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH. (agary over Easter, where all the : ^, ^o.jved an improvement, and ve erans-.of the Tenth gathered to ,,3l, ^nd celebrate St. Julien s day. Parades ^^ ^ l,^.^rty appetite, were held and the veterans treated ^.^n soundlv night or day. royally. I hey were each presented i , consider ^inol a wonderful tonic." with a handsome photo of Col. Boyle | |,;nm, ^ Forbes, Stamford, Conu. The reason Vlnol is so succosBfcil in overcoming such conditions is because It is a conhlltutional remedy and goua to iho seat of the trouble. It T A.� J o J greatest strength creator wo . .1 A"" . , !kuo\v-due lo the extractlvo modlcin- , accompanied , a, Biomcnts of fresh cod livers wllh- by .1. H. Oliver, leaves this afternoon ,,t ,,, combined with peptonato of reds of Alhertana. for Medicine Hat lo aiienu the annual meeting of the,' Presbyterian Synod of Alberta which meets from 'Tuesday to Frida.v. They will represent Knox churidi of this city. The annual meeting of the Women's Mis-; sionary Society will also he held ut the same time. Local delegates will be Mrs. Chas. McKlUop, .Mrs. Wm. McClure, and Mrs. A. H. Denoori. Irou aud beef peptone, all dissolved in a pure medicinal wine. We have Been ho many wonderful recoveries like this right hero in Lethbridge caused b.\- Vlnol, that vv( feel perfectly safe In offering to re turn money In evnry such caso wher. Vinol falls to benefit. ,1. D. .lligin botham & Co., i^id., Drugelsts, l^eth bridge, .Mberta.- \dvertlBenionl, Cadet Orders The annual inspection of cadet corps in nilUtary district Xo. \?. will be carried out during the months of .May aud June. All arms and eiiulpinent on charge lo each cadet corps should be arranged so as to be readily counted and examined by the iuBpecting officer. Instructors of cadet corps will prepare a list of enrolled cadets previous lo the inspection, and iiand it to the inspecting olhcer on parade. They will also prepare and hand to liirn a list of those cadets who are temporarily ahsen'i. irom inspection, with the reason for absence in each caso, Cadet instructors should Invito school officials and others interested in cadet work to he present at the Intipectlou. Taste Is Not Imagination I When you eat a slice of Quaker lircad and It tastes so good that you want several more, and the kiddles keep saying, "P;tsB the bread, mother, please," you may be (iuito Buro that that is not all imagination, that there muat hf. something extra good about Quaker Broad or it would not be eaten up so clean. We know custoinera of ours where the youngsters and grown-ups. too. squabble over who is to get thn crust. Quaker bread Is mighty nice brea-d. Madam :--There is no with "Quaker Bread." waste Better Phone 378 or Ask Your Grocer Today. John Gilmore Comes South Hon. ;\. .1. .McLean has arrived in llif- south aflor attending the session all winter, and spent yesterday in the city. PORN SiMITH - To Mr. and Mrs. Percy Smith, 1211) Fiflli Ave., A. South, ou ICaster Sunday, 2Urd April, a daughter. _ ICE CREAM ^ CATTLI^.! CATTLE! CATTLE! ^ we ARE Or,p. ,1|NG FOR SALE AT THE STOCK YARDS, 30 HEAD OF CO\p AND HEIFERS, (6 CALVHS AT FOOT); 28 2-YliAR OLD WHITE-FACED STEEiRS. /for HOME. USE The Crystal Dairy PHONE 1576 HATCH & LEWIS Acadia Building Live Stock Dealers St^Gk Yards STEAM COAL THE BEST IS CHEAPEST FKANK COAL IS BEST BY TEST Exclusive Agents for SOUTHERN ALBERTA -- PHONE OR WIRE BECKER & YATES, LETHBRIDGE, WARNER, NEW DAYTON JASPER BOGUE A. L. WEBB LAST WEEK-Hear Tk s Evangelists at the Christian C;' Jrch Live - .Practi<'al - Enthusiastic Monday-"Goinjj;' Astray." Tuesday-^'* Li the Wrons Place." HEAR THESE TOPICS HANDLED IN AN''INTERE3TING MANNER m 552 ;