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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta r^ss PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel iii Alberta CALIFORNIA STRAWBERRIES Arc now (iii till' iii;ii-k(�i mikI wc will li.-ivc slii|)iiitMits in daily wIumi-rvrr I licy a re ill iiiiMir ^iiippiiio'r��i> (iii icii. 'i'lic lsl iiifirkcl pricMvs al\\ay>. Lri us lia \ c yi)iir st ra wlicr r\- he the Happy Home OFFICE 12 71 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 52 5 J Tay 'if SLEW all german OFFICERS l.oiuUiu. April l-:.-Tlir Turkish garrison rciolifU iiiul sjIimv all Ifs German, otfict'rs ticforo tho Kussimis raptured Troiii-zond. says the Dally Mail's Odessa corrt'spondonl. .;. .j. Mr, Car Owner Your Battery Troubles Can be promptly and efficiently cared for, regardless of their condition. Why send them away or buy a new one. Careful Repairs Will make it ai good sa new It will be a pleasure to give you , FREE ADVICE as to the condition and cane of batteries. DISTILLED REFILL GRATIS The / and P. Battery Works Care of The Studebaker Garage Opposite the Herald. GIRLS! HiiVE IV! THICK, GLOSSY HA FREEF TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES I Winnipeg. Man.. April 2.'i.-Opeiilug laiul closlug prices on hp grain t'.N-ichanges loday were: Wheat- av .............. nn-;;?4 11.". IT-' 40 >i 44�-" ISHU 1801-4 lliivs lls^t 114-� Of Interest to Farmers! FORMALDEHYDE, 25c A LB, Lower prices In large quantity. strychnine. $1,50 per oz. BLUESTONE, 20c PER LB. KILL.'EM-QUICK, 50c. 75c and $1.25 PER'PACKAGE gophercide, 60c per oz. The Red Cross Drag & Book Co., Limiled .;. .;. .;. .;. .> villa's men TO die Demlng. .N. M.. ..\pril 24,- The seven Villa I'ollowers who were captured after the raid on Columbus. Htid convicted of murder in (lie llrst degree, were toilay coudeiuiied to die on .May 1, ? ; ? > ? r Kayniond. Alia., has urowii si.xiy hiislieis to llit^ acre of this wluvit and it will stnud I'lio droug'ht lietter than any other wheat. \W JU'e onVi'Ln{� it :�( !i> 1.20 per busiie! saekeil We can also ol'fer Marquis wlieat, oals. bearillcsH and slx-n�>ved barley, flax and i)eas lor see; cattle ilM to SIO; sheep Si") to $11.50. carranza agrees SOMETHINt5 TO ICE REAM /forHOME,USE The Crystal Dairy PHONE 1576 , Washington, .-Xpril L'4.-General Car-j ranm has agreed to a conference be-Itween .Major-General Scott and. Gen-\ eral Obregon. Ambassador Designate .\rredondo so iufonned Secretary Lansing late today, and said the confer- ; ence would be held at Juarez or Kl Paso as soon as General Obregon could reach the border. NOTICE Owiiig to the death of James .McDonald, a prominen! member of the Young .Men's Bible Class and also o! the Christian Eudeavor. the manager.? of the St. Andrew's church have decided to postpone their concert froin April 2Slh to May 5th, 114-'.! NEW PETROGRAD BANK � Loudon, .\pril lm.-.\ Dutch syndi- I Gate, headed by the Rotterdam Bank 1 Vereenlgeng and in co-operation with ; u group of Russian merchants, will open a new bank in Petrograd, in June called the Petrograd Merchants' bank. The capltaJ will be 5,000.000 roubles. The object of the Institution is the promotion of Dutch trade in Russia. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon prices-Wheat .................... !'� Oats ................'...... uoH Fla.N ...................... 15'J Barley ...................... 40'.i Tracl; prices : Wheat .................... luO Oats ...................... :!S FhiX....................... lG7>i LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers 0% lo T'i. Fat cows fi to fi'i. Shnop-Choice killing wethers 'J. Sheep-Choice killing ewes S. Select hogs. 150-20O lbs., ttVl-. Funeral of James McDonald The funeral of James McDonald will be held tomorrow, at 2.;i0 from the C. ir'nevinr'of l.ethhridg.>"'"">' '��""="^''^' N. McNabb of Coutts hare ; lo St. Andrew's church, Interment in the public cemetery. Capt. I and R. been appointed justices of tho peace. New Vulcan Company The Vulcan Trading Co. of V.iilcan haa been Incorporated with a capital of $40,000. New Commissioners Newly appointed commissioners for taking allldavlts are: Jas. G. Carson of Bow Island, John H, Gillespie of Plncher Creek, C. J. Goughuour of ISnchant and W. E. Simpson of Loth-brldgo. J. P.'s Retire Jas. .Nolan of Uetlaw and Wm. .\. Schenck of Vulcan have retired as justices of the peace. Cutters' , MuJford's. rarke, Davis *.V C. Howard, superintendent of C. i P. R. telegraphs, was in tlie city > es-i terday from Calgai-y. Macleod Man Wounded Today's casualty lists iiKluilc the name of Frederii'k Lewis of Macleod, a member of the Urd Mounted Rifles, who has been wounded in action. i Evangelistic Services Kvangelists Bogue and Webb, who are holding meetings In the Christian church, will not conclude their services on Friday evening, but will j i speak also on Saturday evening and 11'""""-at tho services on Sunday. Last night I .'Mr. Bogue preaclied a very strong ser-; nu)n on the subject of "Gone .Astray." Notaries Public .1. F. Trovathlck of Champion, Jas. BUiir of Granum and J. A. Cow of Barons have been appointed notaries New Firm in Maoleod The .Macleod Supply Co., Ltd., Is a now .Macleod linn which has taken out incorporation paipers. It has a capitalization of ?3B,000. office phone 1313. manager's residence 547 Smith, Murphy & Co. WDGE, ALTA. Grain GROUND FLOOR SHERLOCK BUILDING, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG, MAN Grain G^ain G'ain Gain WE ARE PAYING SPECIAL ATTENTION TO CONSIGNMENTS OF GRAIN TO THE CALGARY TERMINAL ELEVATOR "THE PROOF OF THE PROFITS 18 IN THE RETURNS." G'ain Gain W. K. PORTER. MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH. OF AO ANCE S FRIDAY ONCER AOSPICES CATTLE! CATTLE! CATTLE! WE ARE OFFERING FOR SALE AT THE STOCK YARDS, 30 HEAD OF'COV/S AND HEIFERS, (5 CALVEff AT FOOT); 28 2-YEAR OLD WHITE-FACED STEERS. Acadia Building HATCH & LVAMS Live Stock Dealers Stock Yards To the iMtizens of Lethbridge: j The undersigned have beon asked lo ico-oporate with Mr. iheeman, commissioner of public utilities in the transportation of those citizens who are willing and anxious to hulp in tho beaullHcatioii of Flendorsoii park. Mr. Freeman acting for himself and the other city commissioners has kindly consented to grant tree; use of the cars going to tho park between tho hours of eight anil ten in tho morning of that day. .\s il is the desire of the cominiltec, lo got ns .-arly a start as possible we now appeal to all auto-' mooilo owners for Iheir asalHtance in helping the street railway In this en-terjirise which is deservinK of the support of every (�itizoii. Wc would respectfully asli thonc willing to lend their curs for an hour or so in the morning lo communicate with either of the two undersigned at the earliest possible moment, cars to assemble at the Sherlock building not later Ihaii eight-thirty. Respectfully yours, H. J. H. Skeilh, Geo. U. .Mackay. Tomorrow afternoon at tho Majes-i tic tliealre there will be a matinee performance of the concert that the Daughters of the Empire are givinE on Thursday night. The matineo has 1 11v''--^I'g>'". and two brolhersare really been arrangod, so that the chll 50 Par Cent. Done According to D. E. Harris of the United Grain Producers, who took a ' '75 mile auto trip yesterday afternoon  ' west of tlio i:ity. about 50 per cent. | 'of the wlioat seeding has been Hnishcd i !in that district. He says it is linpos-i jslblD to tell as yet what percentage of last year's acreage will be atfiled this year. ' I Another Missod ! In the list of the Lethbridge Roll of | Honor published on St. Julion's Day; the Herald missed tlie name of Private � John Cunningham, killed in actioif at | the Dardanelies. Pte. Cunnlugliam was i killed on July 12th last. He was with | the Royal Scotch Fusiliers and had [ lived here for several years before the war broke out, working at his trade as a baker. ,\ bi'otlier, Hugh ("uiining- Quality i dren may have an opportunity of seeing I his delightful program given by the kiddles. The Festival of Flowers Is a play mainly composed of .flowers coming to life and Is very pretty. All the other numbers on tho program are eriually good and promise to be greeted by hearty applause. . The foUowhig is the program: ' ]. The Rose Fairy. Fairy, Klleen Waddington. Children, Joan Galbralth, Jean Brymntu', Grace :Brymner, Mai'-garet Clarke, Anna Klpley, Hcloii Wright, Gertrude Hammond, Prlscll-la Hammond, Dorothy Terrlll, Florence Thomas, Eleda Levitt, Bobble with the army, Dave with the 50th and Jim witli the Kilties. A Correction The Herald is pleased to make a correction In connection with the pub. lished report regarding the full-blooded bull "Success" purchased by Jas, .McD. Davidson of Coaldale for his pure-bred stock farm there, it was stated that "Success" was a shortliorn. Now .Mr. Davidson lias nothing against the shortliorn hreod, but pins his faith on tlie llerefords. He has a string of 1110 full-blood llore-I'ordH on his farm, and naturally :'Suc-coBs" is a llert)ford. "Sficress" is one of the best ever brought Into the south There is no finer cocoa produced than Cowan's Perfection Cocoa-rich in aroma, nourishing and dehcious. A-4 .Vrmslrong, Camiil)e;i .'('InnUig, Jack | country and Mr. Davidson is justly Skelth, Donald .Mltdiellv Donald Bu-clianan. Junior Donnaii, Honald"'HlcU, H. Recitation, Marguerite .Matthnws 3. (MioruB, Girls and boys of Gal-hraith school. 4. Tableaux, The Flower of the Family. .5. Dance, John Oliver. Skipping, rope-drill, by Song, Bobble .^rrastronK. Violin solo, Geofl' Wuddlligtou. Tho Festival of Plowers. 11. Premier Hearst has gone for a month's holidays In the West Indies. S. 9. Richaril Harding IJaVlfe, the Amori-can author, left an estate of $250,000. proud of him. COALDALE N^WS t;oaldalo, April 25. Tlic Suggllt and MUohf:l|,,familleH ^ii-e (luarantlned 01. account of measUis./; iMr. and Mrs. \V. 11/ I'awson have returned home fi'om Delavaii, III. There will be a special iiieeling of tl e (.1. F. A. Saturday evening iujM, I I'veryhody lnvlle:l. I On WodiioBday ovonliiB the Ladles' .-id win meet at the parsonage, where tleclloii of otricors will he hold. �CI 300 sheep lost Grand Junction, V,u\o., April 24.-Three hundred thoroughbred sheep wore shot near the Mesa Delta county I llueB, according to reports reaching 1 here today. Tho sheep belonged lo I R. K, Bakor who Is said to liavo fro- ' uuonl clashes with catllomon over the UDU of tho raiigo. JASPER BOGUE A, L. WEBB LAST WEER-Hear These Evangelists at the Christian Church LiveFraetieal - Eutlinsiastie TONiailT--In the VVronfr Plaee." HEAR THI3 TOPIC HANDLED IN AN INTERESTING MANNER 17 8 ;