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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor Beit 11.2) a Oix Hotel In Alberta. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD plants, vegetable! FRACHE BROS. The Three Mades Canada Lethbridge Taylor Buy Canned Vegetables and Fruits by the case and Save Money The Vegetables' are al The Fruits are all put up I the Harvest Brand and arc unexcelled In quality. Every tin is guaranteed, n sanitary'tins and are of very line quality. Order a case each of Vegetables and Fruits today. of 1M (ins, roru. l''Ms, Uwiiis and Tuiiuiloup SET ONIONS 13BUU-J FRUITS IN HEAVY i-uso. ussnrled, Itasplierrlos. SLru wherries. Pitied Clierrios. Touchos. Pears ami' Plums WE HAVE IN FRESH RADISHES. GREEN ONIONS. SPINACH, CUCUMBERS, RIPE TOMATOES, ASPARAGUS. LETTUCE, ETC. We also have arriving regularly, Fresh California Strawberries. Low- est market prices daily. Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Ph.ne525 WEATHER Lethbndge. clear clear JOHN BUNNY IS DEAD __ X'V.. April .lolln Bunny, whose iiiuics in niun'rij; picture con'edies have made millions liiueli. died ai home in Brooklyn icday. He had been ill for about ihree iveefcs cf coinijJiloa'ioii in [lis- MARKETS MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES April a si iu; prices mi ihe grain cxi'huiitj ;iv were Red Deer, clcur..... Miicleod. rlear...... 70 Prince AH-eri. lair.. 7J [i- Port Uiluir. 7H 1-1 j cfeur..... ;l-i J The weiitliei1 in die prairie prci iuCt.'F been mostly dear, wiili slialuly higher leiunerat.sire. i Forecast tcda.v; laral by Tuesday. j Alberta and Saskatchr' i and moderately warm. Fair Local School Wins Physical Training iAhiy {.Inly On. Mull iCITY AM; DISTRICT Motored from Retlaw F. A. Smart, manyger oC ihe Bank of Commerce, Hetlaw, and Mrs. Stuarl, moiorud into the city oil Saturday, 'returning1 yesterday. Tnree In the 1. eihuridge dis- jIJL'1 1 rlci caii'iureil iliis year foi1 (ihy n- sital iraiuiuii, under ihe Suraihcona Trust, a furnl created Jiy riie Jaie Siratiicoiui {or this imijiose. ;iml iri diviaed beivveeii riie jirovintes. Alberta's shun- iliii 1. Amoug the scbools xvin -Drizes were ihe iDllowing: j Xo. 1 Central school, Lctlibrldge, -Miss 1C. No. 2 Feed 1.83! 1.87! -N'or .jS year No. C. W. o No 1 Will Live in Calgary Tlii> family of .1. Ft. AlcXabb of 'Cranbrook are ruftliilisr arrangements to move to Calvary in the near future. i Mr. .MeXablj is new a conductor on the Calgary-Medicine Hat run. I Lessard Gets Six Months i A. Lessard of Lethbridge eliargyd j witii recetviny stolen toutls, was sent ;tp for six mouths in the Letbbridgc 'iail. at the Supreme Court sitting in I Calgary last week. Cliiei Skeltun and j Detective wlio "'eve vesiionsibie for the nrosecntion of Lessard this spring, were in the ease, land returned SniurJiy.' TENNIS RACQUETS Our Slock is Large Our Prices Low Quality tlie Best "Doherty .....510.00 Siaxiiiger's Lyrerfm 10.00 Shizingcr's Centr.ijucL 7.50 ?Iazi tiger's Demon 6-50 K. D. H. Special 10.00 ,t Dillon's Pirn.. Victor Tournament. 8.50 Victor Swift Serrice__. 6-00 Victor Champion 4.50 Victor P.irkdalc 3.50 Victor Cluh 3.00 Yioior P rue lice 1.75 Victor 1.25 Victor Child's ............35 The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Third Ave. S. S.D Xo iSbil. .1. Bcw Island Kircnetl. -Xen- Uayion 3.D., No. H-1 P. Kain-1 May 101 tn sireer athool, .Medicine t' I II. Weir. I Kept Redcliff School district. Vo. I'l'S.i. i Miss. H. II. ChaUerroii, River Beud School district, Xo. I'-riS, j.lulY H. O; k'linck-. iSept Arbaliasea School districi, Xo. S3fl. Miss A. Allen. Stony Plain Centre School district, Xo. :isi, MIES F. O'Brien. VJoier Hill School district. A'o. i Miss l_ T. llagee. King Edivard School, Edmomou. L. B. Yule. Si'. Anthony n.C. school. Edmonton, j t.. Alother BemadeilG. Patricia SchooJ district Miss X. M. Garrard. Edward school, Calearv, >vherhart. 1 N. W. C. 2 C. CUICAGO 1.40-1 1.39i iri-VXEAPOLISa l.GO 1.79? 1 75; 1.37'. 1.20; No. LOCAL MARKETS Track prices; Xo. I Northern.......... Xo. 2 Xortheru.......... load lois: Xo. 1 Xorihern.......... Xo. "_' Xorthern.......... Xb o Xorthern.......... A. R. prices yame. Xational Park School 102, H. G. Alenzies. "Glendale School district, Xo. 2JJC Miss I. F. Frost. -Macleod School disirlcr, Xo. 47, Miss M. E. Bodkin. -Mud Lake School district. Xo ]07fi K. I, Voung. 1 Xorth Fork school district, F. Robins. Xo. Xo. 1-59; L23i 147 HI i University Otter Reiused President Tcry of ilie Unirersity of, Alberta, is in receipt oi' the following le'ieeraui through Col. Cruiksljanlr. dis- iricf commanding officer: i I to your night lelier 17th inst.. re si nonary hospital. Alberta University j Grateful for generous ofier. but have I already undenaken lOxinaintalo Jue stationary liospirnfs, and ihink chat at present H would be un'wise to do more in that direrlicn. Bur later [he Alberta University will have, no doiibi, an opportunity lo help." The university is greatly disappointed st j not, being permitted lo go on with the plans they had been working on, bin still hope that ihe opportunity may be granted it. Farmers Organize Al a meeting cf farmers and stock- niea of the Reliance district., held in ihe Reliance school house recently, the PARIS GREEN Per Ib. 3 Ibs, for Sprayers 60c LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Flnc-astlu JiCL-hinenrs association Calgary: Hoas, cattle. ST.oM. organixed. The following .officers Hogs. r-attlc, v-'ere elected: T. S, president: j Chicago- Hoas. J7.o5-37.75- catile i Waller Edgar, vice-president- W. S.} Russell, secretary treasurer: H. H. Kern. T. Carey S. 1-1. Ayers, J.O.HiginbothamSCo. Ltd, The Store ALFALFA SEED Mr. Farmer.' Your Opportunity to plant' sonic of (lie sect! Ihal has made A.H'aH'a. King1 Ttiiinor 1'itiiiou.y lltroiiHiout (lie }Vc.sfc. Wo Iiavo his ciilirc aiul are giving il, a lirial cJon.iiiug before ol't'oriug for .salt.1. Order KsirJy. Do not let Lliia cliance aAvav L'roin von. 20 cpnls pci' pound r.o.b. Lutlibridgo or Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Ltd LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA llcgiiia.'Siiik., April A. Calder, anil Hon.'W. A. Tur- members 01 Ilir -Srott govern-1 iiieiil, tolil n deputation or iJtjuor jncii nil Saturday llliil !lu' de- cision of the government, to take over tile wholesale business is linal. H explained tliai (iiuil :u rani-eliienLs for the nurcliaM! or the stock and fix- lurcs ol' tlie liquor men luul not yet been made, but on Hie decision o! the government the wholesalers would im- mediately be nolilied. LUXEMBURG PROTESTS official iirolest lo Uerlin against the AGAINST DISHONESTY" method of ilistiiblilloll of llio food snjl- OF THE GERMANS j plies, which is sail! to have resulted Luxemburg, April Ouch- in uriiifiliis nearlyhull' of her subjects ess Mnrie of -Luxemburg lias sent nn lo the verge o[ starvation. CITY AATD DISTKICT Supreme Court Supreuia COUTL scabious will opun In Lelhbridge en Tuesday, Jfay n, with .Mr. Justice presiding. Only four civil actioiis ;ire down for Reception to Soldiers public is reminded agjini uf ihe reeepiicn to the Buttery hoys tonight in the y.AI.C.A. A sood t'ijne Is In store for those "who uliend. and ihe COD] ju it tee in charEe hojje ihiu ihe "Y" will-be packed with the citixeus of J-ethhridge lo hauils with the Lethbridge boys who are to Uio frout. The high tea, to Uc given by Lhe I.O.n.E., will take iilace aL 6.30 in ihe Wesley hall. by Mormon Leaders Coming Word has just been received Siake t Allen of Rnyiij that Apostle A. Smith ami El- der Joseph M'. LMacMurrin, o[ the First Seven Presidents off Seventy, will be present at the quarterly con- ference. which, will be held at Ray- mond next Saturday and "Sunday. These are two of the moat brilliant men in the Mormon church, and a big conference is anticipated. VANCOUVER PASTOR" IS NEW COLLEGE PRINCIPAL Winnipeg, Man.. April Kber. Crammy, D.D., pastor of Wesley .Methodist churcb, Vancouver, has heen appointed college. principal ot Wesley THAW SUCCEEDS TO HAVE A IN FIGHT JURY TRPAL I Rodney Wliitbecfc, ilirectors. TJte as- socinliou decided, after some Islcii [o enply 10 tJie 1'neslfick hraucl) I of tile department of agrien'iiure for a slier-thorn bull, yillk strain, two J years old. The association is organ- KRONPRINZ WILHELM READY FOR DASH FOR OPEN SEA Newport News. April auxiliary cruiser Kron Prinz removed from dry dock and anchored in Ihe stream, donned a veil Xen- York -N.Y., April K. Teaiv. slaver of Sianforil While, aeconlance n-iib Hie deuarl- enilnent architect, after many at-j lnenL-s of sniMilying inn-Rbi-ed mystery today, and unti'i Command- tempts has finally succeeded'in animals for Ilie betterment of flic j er Thierfelder allempts'a daih the question of his saniiy hefcre a slock in tile countty I Hie Allies' cruisers waiting off tac j Capes or notifies the United States jury. Tbe application for a jury trial.! made by his attorneys in a writ o[ habeas corjius was granted today Agaii Give Trees Away this vear Hie Hudson's Bay Supreme Court Justice Henclrick, ivlio Cc. are bringing in a large mmiUer of upon- consultation with counsel set i ornamental trees for free distribution. the trinl for May IT. FOK CAXADIAX MOUXDKD SOLDIERS This season they are introducing tbc Rocky Mountairi cherry tree. In bringing this fruit tree to Lethliridgc, the H.-iilson's Bay Co. feel that they government iliat he desires to intern Ms vessel, H is evident that develop- ments will he guarded ivith secrecy to prevent information with regard LO the sea raider's movements from reaching her enemies. (could bring no fruit tree with a I'et- Ur recommendation. .In 10I-J they PROTEST AGAINST DOMINION ELECTION Toronto, Ont.. April mass j distributed the .Vwway poplar: last rueelifig of representative citizens year il ivas the silver poplar. On May I held here on Friday night protested U. I, :md ofCer the ftoclcy .UoTTn-1 against a fjaniinion, eVec-tidn 'lain cherry tree, which ia far supertnr i held nnlil after the war. !lo any variety they harc-.vel iried. This tree, besides being a goo'cl frnll-j CARD Of THANKS .1. Millr.r and family visit la Sir William summer nlacn at Kirkiip.lfl, Ont., laancil ililitia Department Tor Canadian" wounded soldiers. ST. MAKVS MEN'S SOCIETY Will hold their next WHIST DRIVE, Tuesday, April 27lh Jt 8 p.m. in the Parish Good and.a Good Time Assured. bearer, is a remarkably allra'U.'vc or- nament. It has handscme icl is desirable for certain classes of hedges. The white blos- soms appear earJy in .May, -followod by luscious black fruit. New Officers and .Mr.i. arriv- ed in the city nilcrnoon, anil: were we'icomed at. ihfi Citnilel !jy ln< officers of the Army. Largely.allend [oil nu'.elings were held ynstcnlay, and Ihe new leader met nearly all the workers of the nrmy. The linslsn IE of l-'ngllsh descent, but has lived ir. i Cannda since he was four ycavfi old. and is practiiiaily a Canadian, lie is I a splendid nlotform speaker and an ex- j jterienced Army officer. IJIch j ardson is Canadian born, her home be I-hir. in Toronto. She has lioen an I Army oftlcer fci 25 years, and _has i been connected with U'c Army in ferent cities of Canada. Doth- Kualgn (and -Mrs. rtichardson llove done good wurk in the Army, and their work In f.etlilmdee will mi doubt be fell. thank thnir and C'hainpion for Iheir anil as- 'sislance in ..Ilifir late bercavtnicnl. 111. anil John .Mcxainlrr, iltli SI. K., a daugh- ter, (Dorothy Notice MKJ jierson wl-.o jirietcd 10 'wo Ten Bills (the propui'ty of a poor working woman) from the coimtor of iho Bentley Com- pany bettvoen and 6 yester-; day artcrnooii, he good enough lo return, ihent MiroupJi the mall io Asqulth WaddlngUn it Bentley old st-ind- V DR. OGDEN IS DEAD Toronlo, Ont., April W. Ogden, for many years ;i member oi the Boaril of Education, once a Liberal candidate for (lie J.e-gtsjolijre. n leading Jlethcdist laymun, is dead. IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE Store Fillings and Fixtures :it the old Bcnlley Sliind. 5lh Street South, on FKTDAV NEXT. APRIL 301 h S i at 2 o'clock in the afternoon FKA.X.K WADDJXGTON Is favored with instructions to premises as above a eell by Public Auction on the quantity of superior Store Fixtures and Fittings OFFICE FURNITURE, ETC., INCLUDING IS rt. Solid Oiik Dry Goods Couulef lifted witll shelving. 12 ft. Solid Onk Grocery Counter, similarly lilted, liotll Jiy tlio liurion t UaJchvin Vnnuractiirin? '2 sections each Hi ft- of Superior Boot and Shoe shelving wllh adjustable shelves S' C" Iiigli. (i. ol" GroceiT Slielvlus 17 Her) in splendid condition. 12 ft. Counter. H rt. Counter, ffjiir S II. Henry Display Txblca. 12 ft. ol Supei-lor Slielviug lilted with' pigeon holea [of nutenii. C Adjustable Display Shelves. Otis Fsnsoin "Freight Elevator, rnnacity. tiou-tcr Oil Tank. ft. Dry Goods Shelving. 7 ft. high (in sections.! Cash Carrier Syfilem. Large Dress Hanuing 22 (i long toy lj' ti" Uieli. Oak Office Desk; Office ConnLer (li ft.) Typewriter Desk. Motor Coffee .Mill; Hnuil Coffee Mill. 25 ft. Avyninga: t: Weir Sectional Wardrobe, and a larse assortment of sundry Uispla3" S'lHUds. etc., ulso G-drawer National Cash Register. GOODS ON VIEW EACH DAY TILL TILL i. GREAT AUCTION SALE The Entire Stock at The' Red Corner, con- sisting of Crockery, Small Hardware, Sta- tionery, Fancy Goods, .etc., will be sold at Public Auction, commencing at 2 till (j p.m. EVERY AFTERNOON till cleaned out. Also Twenty Men's Suits.. Everything must go. Come early as the sale will commence prompt. W. L. Wilson, Auctioneer ;