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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor Bent 11.26 a Day Hotel 111 Atberla. DAILY HERALD TO Polted FRACH'EBROS! Dr. Rusk's CHIC Apples at Less Than Wholesale Price "00 Cases. Roiiiiin Kcaiifics Pippins, all in lirsl chiss condiiion. al perfuse. To be Cleared Out at per Case, They will noi lusl ill price. a case (oiliiy. This is (lie cheapest fi'iiii ywi can Ituy. Office: PhoBel271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phwe 525 BAKING DAY STEADIES WEATHER cli-ar Kilmouton. Hnl Deri, i-lfsr NOTICE TRADES AXD LABOK COTJXCIL A meeting of the Tntlet and Labor Council will be held in the Labor Hall on Thursday Kveuins Next BUSINESS: Election of President Important builness in oennec- tfon vfiih Unemployment. All Delegates are requested to aireEtl- MARKETS TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES U inntpeg, April and closing prices on The strain exchanges i today Averc May Jufy :Oct i 'May iJnly i Mi? i 1'sei Kla.x- Xo. 1 X. V, f. Xo. J C. 1.70 I.SI.'. 1.S5 1.77.'. li'f 1 SU i Three Days' Bivouac I The 26th Battery marched oni uoi Dorth cf Lbe cily 'Ms artemopii, CASH PRK.fc.ir-. 'where they will enter unon a. days" bivouac, during which nmnoeu- J 01' vario.us kinds bo carried out. 1 I.SIj 1.59( 1.57-1 S9j Fernie Liberals Organizing Dis- News of the Pass Town Jlay Jufy Sept. May July Sept nmv.oo 1.641, 1.372 .MINNEAPOLIS 1.59A 1.53i fl.221 German Suspect Edward Ksssner dritietl into tlie city from I'dmpnton en Friday, and was arrested on suspicion of being: a] German reservist. His case caine tip before Supt Pennyfaclier yesterday I 'afternoon, and was dismissed un ac-[ 'count of insufficient evidece. i l.blj; _____________ 1.35J Trie Unamployed AL the last meeting oi the Trades aud Labor Ccuncil, it R'as J'ijlffof Canadian mayors a> agreed Lhat the convention l Ottawa to deal Fcrnie, April FrM> a delegation oi Fee- nfe Liberals motored to Micnel, where they met Lhe .Michel Liberal association in a private raeeiing which proved oi much interest as it was made manifest ifaal the Liberals oi" itie disiriei alive lo the situation and are enjoying the evi- dent" embarrassment oi ihe goTern- ment farcts over the very uupleasaut posliiew ii M-ii'ch they placed ihemscKts. j Tbe .Michel Dieeting was purely aa exwutive affair, anil A. T. Fisher, E. j Kf Stewart, 1- E. McDooald, Bert Black, J. L- Gatea, Blaclc and others were pi'eseui from Hon W. 11. Ross lias Tiiarie. anolber ijuict trip to ihe rfie-trkil, austeuaiily to; look after pyhlic maiters, antl ii may be lhai he will have to peating such oalls in order io kwp heart in bis supportexs and thwn ebnttdenrial pointers as to jusi n-hen that election will he pulled on. The Oddfellows oi ilit city lodge marched to Knox churdi last evening where they listened to ac address irom Rev. Mctjuarrie upon the' sub- ject of hrolheriy lovt. The church was ciowHeii and the turn out oi the members oi the order was very rep- rerentativ? and nymeriral- Councrlman Rohicnaud is agfliL looking aittr the street work inaugurated last week. The street steam roller is in and a portion of Victoria Ave. is being torn up, preparatory being treated to-, a good heavi layer of crushed rock. The new lin.e lahle of the Great NorlhcfH [tiiilwai came irle today, the nioruing train Irom Rex- lord arriving at snil re-turni'd at This change gives a coni- jjlete. Irain service, connecting at Rex lord with the main line trains. Freight trains will run three times a weet, carrying a passenger coach front -here Lo Michel and return. LOCAL MARKETS Tract Prices Xo. 1 Xo. 2 Xortheai NV 3 Nociheni with tbe unemployment qneaLion was, SL very JandabJe one. and worthy of I support .from all trade unionists. Xo, -Yonharn Xortbern 1.47 LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hogs. SS.l.V cau'ie. Hogs, cattle.--ST.SO.I Chicago: 17.25-17.70: j l.'lbj Trades and Labor .Council 1.44J Delegates to the above are remintl- l.-t2j j ed ilmi en Thursday night rile elec j lion of a new president To fill the va- cancy--caused by the vegretiable re- tirement of Delesaie Jowsti wih he held. As ttie ensuing session is one of cousideraGle importance, it is hop- ed all will attend In order that the bes[ IUHH ucesible elected. ood Complexion Court of Revision Court of Revision sai for a. 1'erw min this "morning, and will yrubab'iy conclude Us business at a fiaal sit- ting tomorrow. this is finished the estimates will b- i.rcugln down "and The rate atnr of course, there ire he I" the assesameni to i.iiforc the _ judge. Tft retain the beauty of the i---i--- care and irealnieat is Ambulance Clzss Our skies arc naturally clear An ambulance will he crganiz- and but the detnands of eti in Hal' on aL day Hft and uooataral living quickly j p.m.1 The lecturer for lilis class will tieij- Iresbacis and beauty. So Dr. Galbralili. anil the instructor in TT is this care that no woman fthe prai-tical work wll! be Duncan Mc- LIMBER UP Your Muscles it she the smooth, muscles oil the athlete, or the bulging, knot- ted muscles of the laborer, or the-soft, delicate muscles of Uie woman or child. RUBBING OIL is guaranteed Lo give relief, .to help allay ilie pain, remove the stiffness, add to the flexibility, reduce Mis inflammation and swelling, soften, sooihe, cool, nnd cosr you noth- ing. If fc does not satisfy you, come back ar.f! get your money. 25c. The litMCatl daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. A. Martin, was taken In UK- hospital-today with n broken arm. .Mr. and Mrs. S. Turk well me rpjoii-inp nvcr tlip arrival of son (Lloyd OforRc TaskL-r) to theif liomc on yiitli SI. Anniiiinteineiii is made in of Ihecngngi'meiit, oi" Dilys Uob- ciis, daughter of Sir .lohu and Lady Koh.cr.ts. of Carnarvon, Lo Capt. liichard Lloyd (icorgc. son of the Chancellor nt' the JC-Vcliequcr, .1110 Mrs. David Lloyd Cleorgc. All the ladies of the Christian c'hurch itre Jutei-citfd in tfit.1 May Day. pantry sale on Saturday arc urged lo be pre.sfijii tVcdiicsduy ;iftcr- noon al Ihe aL 1.30 o'clock, :as (here n-jJJ be work Lo flo in con- InecL-ion with ihc aalc. j Tlie basket social to be given in the I K. of bail lonight at S.IJO for tlie, of tlie 'nu'inlMTs of yt. jj'airiek's parish and tht'ir Irienris t promises lo lie n most enjoyable :if-! iiaiv, everyone njll be t-ordially A general meeting of the "Mathcsis club will be held in the auditorium of the Y.1I.C.A. tomorrow afternoon at ihri-p p'floL'k. Those who have -promised aid to the club are request- ed lo bring their contributions io this meeting. The Wesley Tennis cuurts urc near- ttUAT EXPLAINS ITS POPULARITY BLUE RIBBON TEA Is alAvays (lie HSIIHC pcrl'ci't fca. Its qualily never changes. Vwers know it is (he JJest Ten. Ask Tor it by name Send this Advertisement wrth 25 cents to Ribbon, Lfmlted, Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. The beat cook book for uie in Western Canada. Write name and addreit plainly M ission. Kveryone has been loud in ly uompleied. Playing will commence Llieir nrnises of Uie good done by on them tomotrow. A general meet- (lie Xursme-Mission in tliis city, and iug oi Ihe society will be held in the it behooves every lady in Lethbriclga U'esley Hall Thursday c-vening at S (and all iire Incited on flu's occasion) o'clock. All members and intending j m take this opportunity of .showing members of tlie club are requested toiler appreciation of tlie .Miasion'K hi; present at this meeting. Election j work. of oncers will be the main item of' jbusiness transacted. T> TT n What promises to be an entertain-l iits and successful is tlje J Dunlclt, .Apri3 art1, tea to be given in behalf of the Nurs-1 numerous iii Ihis distrirt. ing Mission, by Mesriames J. B. Jackson ni Saskal-chcwan, Renter, A. Hni1 and E. Koeu, ou Sat- urday afternoon at tbe home of Mrs. Renter, 1255 Fifth avenue. Tlie hcatesses .will be assistsi! by ilrs. G. i W. Robinson, president, antl Miss Tll- Itsy, siiuerintendenL of ihe Nursing Runlet t is very quiet these days Lhc faLiner.s ;irc. all busy in the (wlds, .seiving ibeu cropi. A. II. Kigg spcnL the week ;il, with. friends. iiiii) ,Mis. l.rn, Ilamcl arn ro- joicins over Uie arrival ot ;i baby girl last week. Mm. Henry HIRR, who is at, the Gull hospital, is improv- ng and gelling on nicelv. H is hoped that slie 1 recover. seeding is about finish- who now owns Ilia Krank Lewis fnrm south of comfortably locat- ed, and bis faniily arc also here with him. Mr. anil Airs. M. IlanLie motor- ed lu Foremost, on Sunday. Tlie wlicai L'tl, most of (.lie fanners- are delaying the. seeding of oats and hacley due Ii) (lie underground pests, the ciiBivormJi. Quite 11 number of Burdett foljis drove out to the river ou Sunday afternoon. THE BULLETIN BOARD Notice! far Column ihould reach thii Office before 12 o'clock noon an the day of publication aece cam idford paeple neglect it. The just issued a riew booklet, which ]are interested in llrst.aid work useful and interesting information on to care for Uie complexion in such a -war that its beautv and freshoe.vs will tit preserved for many years. It iiifl includes directions for methods af.aiBsxage. The ooimUut use of some good preparation, such as Xyal's Face is absolutely necessary to keep Ifce reallj clean and healthv. It is nourishing, ojygcuated. greaieless slcia-faod which leaves no shine. Get a. 250 or 5oc jar arid rub it eenily into the skii. See how quicklv it is absorbed. skin pleasantly refrtsiied and delicately fragrant. ijoa All N'yal preparations are justly fam- aud none more so than Nyal's Face Cic-uta. which we uniiesiuitingly recom- mend. Call or telephone us for voiir copy of this book, which mozl valuable Donald, inspector of mine rescije sta- lions. It is to be hoped tfcai a'jl who Frank lledley Drug Co., -117 5th St. Soullr. People's Drup Siore, 24fl IStli SI. North; The.-R'-d Cross Book CompRny, L. iiiririEe. Alberta. come forward for1 enrolment in this class. 'The class 'will'receive special instruction in pulmotor work, this in- struction being of. utmost to first aid students! a faring to Uie fact that imlDiotor worli takes a prom inent part in mine first aid work. The Loyal Mcose meet tonlghL at S important balloting, etc. Shekinah Chanter, R.A.M., will meet jin regular convocation tomorrow evun- jiug at S o'clock, sharp. HiA. degree be conferred. Visiting compan- ions welcome. Noti :ice Will the person v.-lio appro- jjrlaterl to tlienisplveu two Ten Dollar Bills lihc tuoperty or a poor working woman) from tlie oi tlie Beiuley Com- pany and (j yester- day afienioon, be good euougli to reUirn ihem through the mail in Aaquith Waddingtan at the Benttey old Police Six' drunk zuw disorderly victims were dealt by Magistrate Elton in the-usual way po'ilce court this niarniBg. most of them being foreign- era. TRAWLER .SUNK London, Aiirfi 27, 1.07 Tlie Grfmsby trawler, Rccolo, has been blown up -In the Ncrlh Sea. Some of the mem- bers of her crew arc missing. For middle-aged and elderly people the ideal laxative is The gentle but sure laxative gentle, aooth- Their effect on the bowels ing and strengthening. With 'udvaaciatt cornea Inactive bowel movement and liver; through weak- Den, nature in unable io proper [unctions and needs Reiall aid the necrelioni and f tinctionj of lirer, stomach and bowels, auur- inU -A gentle action without griping. They are the perfect Jaiatlve for middle-aged and elderly people and being to pleasant to take are a boon to children. Kciill Stnrfm .iHI Reiill OnfcrHea, atrf will relund your money If lorany tteaoa thoyUll to ntlify. In 'Canada and Holii In metal boxes at lOc, 35c and H Retail only. Get a Box Today from Sold bfJJ, Higinbata 2000 Rocky Mountain Cherry Trees to be Given Away FREE by The Hudson's Bay Company on May 3rd, 4th and 5th. ;