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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 28, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL'TRAINS. Hold Windsor Beit Hotel In Alberta. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PolUd Vegetable FRACHEBROS. Apples at Less Than Wholesale Price Cases. KOIIUII licinu'io.s ami .Xcvvlou Pippins, nil in first class condition. at It'usl per case. To be Cleared Out at per Case, Tlii'.v will not lontr al (hat price. n cnse (oihiy. This is (lie caprsl fruit you can buy. Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER I'lcui KiliMOuuiM, rain cloudy r Ihu, lair is, uiir us IB Tl Our Grades of Lumber Cannot be surpassed. Our service is good. We deliver material to our patrons Call :il our yard, select your material and we do (he rest. This is repair time, and a stilcli in time is nine. CITIZENS' LUMBER CO., LIMITED licil Drcr, i-lfiir 28 rod, clear ,'1M i'rincp Albert, rlear ,'iij .Moose diMi 7ii :il I'ori Arthur, i.iir iil 1-2 Hegina, line 72 :lu j Kumloops. clear '10 The weather h.is hern clouily mid cifar me- :ill provinces. TOKK'AST All '.Vest-Fine .mil icoinpnrativel'.- cool tuiiay and Thurs- CITY AND DISTRICT i _________. Psraonal Mention cheelpy of Calgnry was a visi- ioi- 10 liic I'ity yesterday ou his wny through from Mediciue Hal. Preparatory Services Rev. Mr. Cobijlecliuk will conduct services this evening at S o'clock in bail, preparatory LO couinuiu- ion and reception lo he held ou Sun- day. All who purpose uniting with the church on this occasion are specially urged (o lie Adult will be administered. PARIS GREEN BE WISE! Place BREAD THAT IS Good to look at Good to Eat THE BULLETIN is made from this kind for thli Column ahoult) reach thin Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication Your Order XOW! Per IHHIIH! 3 Ibs for The Red Cross Drug Book Limited v v v NEW ZEALAND CONGRATULATIONS Ouana, Oni.. April mier P.orden -has received a cablegram of congratulation from Premier .Massey 01 New Xeaiaud on the splendid work of the and has sent an appropriale acknowledg- meut. MARKETS I WEDNESDAYS GRAIN PRICES AVin.nipCE, April OpeQing and closiug iiriL-es on the today were Wheat- Mar rain exchanges Welcome Ntw Pastor A social will be held in Trinity church, Uardieville. on Thursday ov- ening. iS'tli inst., at 7.30 p.m.. to "wel- come the new pastor, Mr. T. T. Fairh- ney. to the city. A programme of songs and games will be iriveii atid re- freshmeuis will be served during the evening. A hearty extend- ed ID all. 1.7S LSI.'. 1.85 CASH PRlCliS Delivered Daily to all parts of the ciiy N'o. We guarantee to satisfy you 2 N'or. regarding your .ice supply, j Xf, .-j Xor RATES 10 daily per month Xor 1 W. No. 3 r. IV............ Kxfra Xo. 1 feed Xn. 1 Feed Flair- -Vo. I X. W C. 2 C. CHICAGO Ibs. per m Western Transfer Co. Limited. MIXXI-J.APOLIS Prohibition Speaker Coming R J. Patterson, noted In Ireland! and in the eastern jiart of America as j a Temperance speaker ;md founder of Hie "C'aich--My-Pni" movement. Is LO j visit Letlibridge on Sunday, May 9. j Arrangements are being- made to hare 1 him address two public meetings in I the interest of ilie Prohibition cam-1 in the afternoon on the I norilj side and rhe other la tiie even- j IE on ihf: 3out.ll side, in the largest i auditorium thm can be secured. Service of Inierceision at St. Cyprian's I With the recollection of tbe brave deeds performed by our soldiers sii'il In tile.memory of every Canad- ian, and UIE of nation-wide mourning for those fell on the leld of battle, this week's service of intercession. So. he held in tit Cyp- rian's Church this evening at S o'clock, has 3n added significance. Ii is a j snore sen ice of intercession on j ha'if of all those ivba are engaged in [be war. and that peace may lie speetl- My restored. ducted by Re At t The service will be con- Canon -McMillan. STOKK AKKIVKS Lois oE ihings are needed We have tlicin in great vanetj-: Baby Baskets Powder Puffs Powder Boxes Baby Brushes and Combs Baby Sponges Olive Oil Soap Bath Thermometers Rubber Diapers Rubber Sheeting (all widtht.) In shim, all "His Lordship" or "Her Ladyship" will need. ipbotham fl Co. ltd. The Sliekiimli Chapter, No. G.H.U., will meet in regular convocation tliis evening al S o'clorU prompt. The U. A, deyroe will bo conferred, am! visit- ing companions will be made CITY AND DISTKICT German Fined A German. Carl .Marx, nas fined i] po'iicc court this moriiin-; for heiilo in a public place in a very inebriated I state. New Pastor Rev. G. W. Asher lias arrived in the City M'ith Ills family anil bas undertaken tbe pastorale at iho Christ- ian church. Rev. J. D. Pickle. for- merly announced, Is duins field work. School Estimates The School Hoard wui hold a special meeting on Thursday afternoon lo fin- ally pass upon the school estimates for tins year It IF possible ilmt there may he a reduciion of the school tax rale ibis year. Oil Men Went South A party ot oil men passed through the city this morning on their 'way to the well of the Siokes-Stcphens Co., near Sweet Grass, fhe party includ- ed J. Stokes, Jas. O'Brien. George Tempest ami J.' Stokes. The com- pany commenced drilling a short time so, and the well is progressing favor- bly. Tennis Racquets We have just received ;i .shipment oi WRIGHT AND DICKSON LAWN TENNIS RACQUETS The Uest Ifcicquet.s at Lowest Trices. Discount on Club Orders, Robertson's Bookstore NEXT TO LETHBRIDGE HOTEL. Buy Good Cattle DeJany's, Ltd.. were ihe successful enderers for one car of grain-red sieers, fctl ai Hie Experimental farm, and an exceptionally tine bunch n[ sraio.-1'ed three- atul steers from the George 0, Kerr farm at Coaldale. This company Imve :ilst> Juit purchaaed iwo hundred inline weiher million from Skeldins Uros., at a'll of which will be used for ihe local irade. The company are very pleased with tlieir purchases, as they state it has been somewhat ficult lo set "good beef cattle duri the pasi few mouths. .A Fighting Family F, YVehb, a member of the staff of mail carriers iii this city, comt-E from good fighting .stock. He himself was sixteen years wiLli the regular lorces and ilie reserves, having served Ihrough the South African war, gai'i- intf both the KJng's and Queen's medals. .Mr. WebB's old rpgimeni. the King's Own Scottish Borderers, are re- ported Lo have gone into the" in the present war in one. of the sev- erest lights, 1400 strong, and only 61 Mr. Webb left the service with the rank- of sergeant. Three bro- thers of ifr." Webb's are at present at Ihe front, and another, a member of the Army Medical Corpa, expects to go at once. Five sono this particu- lar brother are already at the front. L'wo younger sons are not old enough la enliat. All these brothers and neplieivs have so far escaped. TVAiinds. SASKATOON MAN WOUNDED Saskatoon, Susk., April David E. Gordon, 10th Battalion, re- ported wounded today, a valued member of the Bank of Commerce Elaff here. He offered his services at the outbreak of the war and. Trent a TARR with the first contingent. HP was a member of the Caledonian Foot- ball club and also captained the ball team in Ihe City league. His parents reside at Grcenock, Scotland. NOTICE TRADES AXD LABOR COUNCIL A meeting of the Trades and Labor Council vvtll be held in the Labor Hall on Thursday Eveiling: Next BUSINESS: Election of President Important business in. connec- tion with Unemployment. All Delegates are requested J.o alt en (I. LOCAL MARKETS N'o. 1 Northern 2 Northern -No. 3 Northern....................... Wagon 1 -Vortliern Xo. 2 Xorlherii -Vo. 3 .Vorllicrii A. R. pnt-e? same After a break oT nvo weeks, diirins n'bich tbe Men's Own "amalgamated n'ilh iho men's mass meetings held 'in ilie Kno.v churnh under ihe super- J.T71 j vision of Evangelists Gilbart and Mc- 1-TJ[ Piierson. ihe programmu 'was renewed I Sunday afternoon, when a splur.did and efrecfive audreas was delivered by I Hev. David whose tallta are evervheli! in eager atiUciuaiiou. aiid ivhich" jus! as often receive a most lib- eral appreciation. ''Who held the was the base from which ilie address was outlined, the thought lie- report of the crops. He says UIK bcrrov.ed fron. the miraculous cs- i wiii soon he cape of St. Paul from Damasous. The commonplace and achievements of men and u'oiiien, whose JJames are never recorded in-written history, but the labors whom, nevertheless, are of an especial inceiuive" and pcssihie to the [jrosrcis of a-bciieficlent li 1 IS] l.'lfil 1.43: 1.15 1.12 1.-18 J) Pleased With Crop Conditions In The West Ottawa, April J. .II. Grisdale, who has just returned ;i tour of Lbc west, gives most encouraging: the wpsl and witli ilb advent there is pionii.se oi a bumper crop all llirougli the coiiiiiry. Traciically all the wheat is in 'of il> earlier llian usual, anil all through the south- ern sections, where the droughts ob- tained last year, ihe moisture now inanity; the people who are jn jy Uic licaviesl on record. mental through iniiet and unaESiimliig i There has htcn u tendency in the] avenues fn about iiJtimalti ac- ;jiast to sow wlicai on stubble land, j complishments of oiiisi-diidi'.ig and not-1-villi practically nu preparation, hut, ahie events in ihe world's history. The Khis year sucli lands hcen thor- jjiviiatioj] exiei-ded lo Dilly Sundaj. oiighlv prepared, a very large per- ujr.taec ploughed in the fall, and all art in line condition, and as a large amount of rain tell subsequent, to Ihc ploughing, these lands arc almost monstratert by -Mr. Koss. A typical re- equivalent to those 'which have been ALBERTA SYNf J MEETING Ked Deer. AHe.r A ;.ril Pres- byterian Synod c. Alberta opened Uieir annual session in ihe Presbyisr- ian church here this morning. There are over 156 visiilng delegates to Ihe Synod, and the annual meeting of the ______ ____ ____n Women's Missionary -sccieiv. which I Kilner fnr his spleridjj solo rendering around, the ijraln conditions of now the greal evangelist, by a unit of a iniEsion biuid and the incalculable .sequence and worth of such an invi- luiion. was n lellhig illnstraiion fie- AUCTION SALE AT THE RED CORNER Still Continues, and Tomorrow, tliiirsiliiy, at 2 p.m., we will sell: i DIXXER SET COMPLETJ: WEVEKAL DIFFERENT'.STYLE GLASSES QUANTITY OF ENAMEL WARE STATIONERY AND NOTIONS PUDDING BOWLS 10 MEN'S SHIRTS 200 NEGLIGEE SHIRTS 50 MEN'S WORK SHIRTS MEN'S FLANNELETTE MGHT SHIRTS AND PYJAMAS MEN'S OVERALLS AND SMOCKS PAINTER'S COATS AND OVERALLS MEN'S JJALBRIGGAN UNDERWEAR MEN'S FRENCH HEALTH UNDERWEAR MEN'S ATHLETIC UNDERWEAR (WHITE) TWO COMFORTERS- spouse was accoi'dcd to Harry 'summer fallowed. Taking all the is meeting in Ihc MelliodisL cliureti. j of "The hair lias never been lold." arc ot the most promisraj; kind. W. L. WILSON, AUCTIONEER liSEKVK! THERMS CASH! Get Your Share of the 2000 Rocky Mountain Cherry Trees to be Given Away FREE by The Hudson's Bay Company on May 3rd, 4th and 5th. ;