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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL THA1N3. iiotel "Windsor Beat S1.25.H Day Hotel in Vberla. 11JLJ 1> DAILY HERALD Pollid Vcoetableii FRACHE BROS. FKKS11 ALli'XHJMA STKAWIJKKUIKS AM) SINGAPOKE I'LMvAPl'LKS ON Till: MAHIvKT KKGTJLAHLY THE SEASON. WEEK- CALIFORNIA in .-men- cimiliiinii. flavor riiu-. luski'i ...20c SINGAPORE Mrpe !'ricu' ......................1.....35c FRESH imilMlls lor ...........2bc GREEN buiu-lU's for ...........10c FRESH KVowu. por fiuni-li 5c WINTER Huamk-s. Xi-wton Pilipics. jii.r ruse .............S1.35 Or i: jiouiuls for FRESH HOHSE frown mill PHL-keJ by Al fanners, jjnt in phil sealers. price each ........'..................._4Qc ALBERTA ONTARIO ami 1'er 90 pound I i5 EARLY ROSE SEED iMumliiy. per J19Q FRESH PORK quality. t'rt'Hli Suiurdu-y.. pi-r pound ..............25c MAC-HATH CREAMERY Fresh in ox Krliluys. pounds for g5c CANNED CORN. PEAS and DrautJ. iicr (in..........................10C FRESH house grown. Im- ported, e.tlra faucy, eaoh...............3Qc Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phwe 525 WEATHER Lethbridge. clear Edmonton. fair Mill. 39 .Cr SHOES EEPAIREU AT McYICAK'S Tuvo Doors South of Hudson's Bav MARKETS I C E Delivered Daily to all parts of the city We guarantee to latdfy you regarding your tee supply. RATES 10 Ibj, daily-----42.00 month 20 Ibs. per montl Western lYansfer Co Limited. PHONE 1153- Edmonton, AHa., April ficultv of agriculture [5 10 be es- tablished iu ihe near tuture in Al- berta uniretsitj, with Principal B. A. Howe of Vermilion school oi In charge of the work. This was the announce- ment- mads by President yesterday, at ihe annual eoovocs- WlNNiPEG MARKETS Man., April id c In sins prices on ihe looa! grain ezcliange Today were: 16SV, October 126 Oats- May July............ i33f-i Bo Closing Cach PricSs Xo. 1 Northern.......... No. 'J Northern.......... IfiOTs No. Xorthwn.......... 1-nSS N'o i C. W............. 63 No. 3 C. W............... Bi. No. 1 Chlcajo Wheat Open CI May........_ lit julr............ 137 Ki October........... l25Vi l- Medicine IUL clyar Macleod, clear Red Deer, clear.. Prince Albert, cleiu1 SastatODii, clear, i Kflmstick. clear Brnndon. clear...... clyar.. Port Arthur, fair.. Nelson........... The wehlher all ov pravliiL-es lias been flea r and fine. Forecast i today, mid for moat oi Friday, iben slwwers. Saskatchewan and to. day, followed by showers or thunder- j storms in many localities. t CITY AND DISTRICT LOCAL MARKETS Tra.ek prices: No. 1 isonhern.......... Xc, 2 JVorthern.......... No., a Northern........ Wagon lots: No. I Northern.......... N'o 2 ?iorthsrn Xo. 3 Northern.......... A.RAV. prices same. LOCAL LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice grain-fed sieers, T to Jft good far cows and heifers, 5ys to good fat bulls, killine wethers, tio ewes, laOlba. to 2501bs., 7. HE IS WIFE'S HOUSEMAID Los Angeles, Cal, April A New M.D. M. F. Coelan. member of a well- known family locaied at Clarinda, s[ of Colitis, lias jusr sradtiared in medicine fruin Queen's L'niversiiy. PARIS GREEN BE WISE! Pliu-c Your Order .NOW! Per pound 3 lb.s I'nr The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited m TO BE i CIIHEAUJIFUI SAYS "OUR BEST" Ferine, April people of Fcrpic shut up shop today and went tree selling and other j tilings M'Jnt'h go lo make a town at-, tractive. All stores were closed ior; tlir day, ami it looked like Sunday on ictoriu Avenue, but ill- various olhcr, j places, the ollice and counter people; icouhl he found coats off and 1 (vjelcling shovels, sphtles and grub j hoes. i TliP Ci. F. meet- with Mrs. Even a lawyer was caught, mi- "a working iu his yard, swrat-.tomorrow real big drops oi Llic proof thai J man lives by the svveni of his brow Miss -Scoll OL Ihe LeUihridyr mill- J i'to Calgary this aller- _ _. _____ J _______ _. ___________ One of these fellows is not not-iiiit'ry Co. ed for the lime he puts in earning his .noon. bread hy the sweat ol his brow was i heard to remark that lie it J The PATCH live of liie V. was an outrage to have passed Christian I'nion will nieeX j a sentence upon man and then S o'clock in the I'irsl, [Uiptist deliberately extended the sweating church, Tiiird avenue. liirge aUcml- ilje whole oi a mice is rcqi.iesl.frt. For 50 Years The Fnvorile Scotch Route. Cosy, Comfortable, Commodious Steamers. REDUCTION II CABIN RATE ALL STEAMERS Sailings To and From Europe From Montreal From Glasgow May 15. ..CASSANDRA. ..April 30 June 9 ATHENIA May 26 Carriss 3rd CUiB, June 16. ..CASSANDRA. ..June 1 Full information from any Steam- ship or Railroad AQent or H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent Winnipeg 349 Main' Street Vancouver 531 GranVllle Street dislricl lo Patronize Local Printers The Board of Trade has put Useli on record as in favor of all its matter from or through local printing houses. Bank Clearings The bank clearings [or iJtis >veek amouni to a considerable decrease from ihe corresponding week of (asc year, che figures ivlJicb were 9-127.054.64. Death of Stirring Lacfy Died, on April '2S, Mrs. Lomae Mir-j iam Ads.mson, wife of Alex. Adarnson The remains wiri be shipped LO Stir ling, wliere me funeral will be htld i :rom the Latter Day Sainis church on Saturday. Thanks From Battery Boys A Jeiter has been received hy the j Board of Trade from Stew- an, expressing thanks of the Bat- Mary K. Krause, aged 60. real estate -erv to the Board for the banquet and inner and fcatel prapriero'- seeks 'entertainment shen on Monday night liTorce from H. H. Kra-r .7-apefl 39, i Letters of thanks will he sent to all ordered by the sup-u-; to j those who assisted In making the ev- iar her husband a alimony I ening a ?ticcess. tPTi fling hearing of a suit, or provide COMB SAGE TEA INTO GRAY HAIR Lidleaf Try ihit! Dirkcni beauti- fully and nobody can back Its gloEB and thickneic.: CotnraoD garden sage brewed into a heavy tea, with sulphur and alcohol added, will turn gray, streaked and faded hair beautifully dark and luiur- iant; remove every bit of dandruff, stop scaJp J telling and falling hair. .Mixing ihe Sage and Sulphur recipe at lie rue, though, is troublesome. An easier way is to get Hie ready-to-usc tonic, co.stlnp about oO cents a large at stores, known as eth's Sage and Sulphur thus avoiding a. lot of muss. While ivlauy, gray, faded hair is not sinful, we all desire to retain our .youthful appearance and aLlraclive- j ness. By darkening" ionr hair Wyeth's and Sulphur, no one can j ItU, becausH it does it so naturally, so i evenly. Von just dampen a sponge or soft rtrr.sli it and draw through your hair, taking one small Elreud at a, ijy morning all haira have .riisapneared. After an- olhcr Applicfltioc or two your hair becomes beautifully dark, glossy, soft snil Jusuria.nl an'l you appear years jonnger.. -Sold by J. D. Higinbotham A Co., Llmffiti. imVith bed. and aiifflclenc Cood, as Ue lects. The couple were married in 1002. The Great Lake Sailings C.P.R. passenger department aunouuce ihe i'olloiving sailings of Krause testified that he has been do-, steamers on the Great "Lakes for thr 1 ins c-U housework, and lliat all the present, until the regular steamer property was in his wife's name, Jeav- i coaimeuce. Steam'er op-} ing aim no means of support, as he ened the Upper Lakes season from has no other than a housemaid's Job in j Port ilcXicol en April and his wife's estaWishment. I foiloived by the Alberta on April ihe Keewatin follows on Alay 1, after which date there be an average of U'HEX THE STORK ARRIVES Lots of things are needed. We haVe-diem rf-W in great variety: Baby Baskets Powder Puffs _ Sj Powder Boxes Baby Brushes and Combs Baby Sponges Oflvs Oil Soap Bath Thermc-metere Rubber Diapers Rubber Sheeting (all widths.) In short, all "His Lordship" or "Her Ladyship" will need. The man's body. lie says he is earning 'iis bread Today hy sweating from :i-err pore of liis LejJiier skin, and lie j meet ing will meet tunijjilri- at S p.m. ooks it. I (Thursday) at'-.MisL' Smith's, Room The city fathers generously provid- '-i, ,Jrnicn builti.ing. Young hid-' ccl dalf a Irees for Ihosc.it.s of WcslmiiistiT heartily wclfOMH'd. who were energetic enough to seC j i theui out about their homes anil in; The Indie-; of, (he Clirioi.isr, cluncli t front of their houses. Over half oi are ihcir.May Dav "them hod heen taken away hcfo're Sale Salurilay aflejrnoon, May 1st, in (liiitiiug time this evening. j the room, formerly used hy ULP, city- also planted it's share of shoe dealer. They arc plpnniiig on. these native poplars, some in the having a very line display MII fancy city hall yard an'l some around the 3Iav bnslieis. jfirc" hall. Chief Brown, Chief gal, and all the police and fire, force were busy and Alderman Robichaud acted as general superintendent- One of the jobs in the line tree planting accomplished by cordially The Annual mteting of, the-M'o- j men's Relief Souc-iy Mis- will be held in din Y.-M.C.A. DJJ -1 o'tlock. The public ;irc inrjtrd to the Ihe oHice staff of Crow's Ncs't montlily nice ring of the of ili- Pass Coal put out in rectors will he held at p.m. excellent, uider, a hundred nursery-! 'grown tress from a const Tl.c ttig Sister's class .of Knos: -llanitoba maple. Mountain ash 'aiid f church are entertaining' ihfiir friciuls u Russian poplars. The Russian poplar'at a social which will he held m the V lias become as popular as are the. school room of (he church tomorrow Russian soldiers. They arc rapid j evening at eight o'clock: The Young growers, ,ind make ample shade. MLH'S and. Young Ladips' Hible class-; REDUCTION SECOND CABIN RATES .TO ALL STEAMERS Service METAGAMA (New) ...May 6 MISSANABIE (Nexv) .May 20 METAGAMA (New) ...June 3 MiSSANABIE (New) 17 METAGAMA (New) .July 1 MISSANABIE .July 15 For full particulars apply to any Railway or Steamship Agent, or W. C. CASEY, General Agent 210 Portage Avsnuc, Winnipeg JAP WIFE WINS i OUR of the beauty spots where ent- es'of Weslev church have hern sent a! T otl plcycca wert busy today was the special invitation, well as the life I inrt i lllower garden at the G.P.R. station, Brothers oi Knov. A good time lios M.OOO li.v the award ttend for a favorite spot for assured these iwnn jieoplc-. Whjile Afr. It. Kcatling I charge here, he captured HIE prize oi fifty doliais, given hy the C. R. There a fairly good attendance of nicmhers at Lhc mcetinp of liic i iN'cfeaw-ii of ihe highest court of Jtinan troci Sozahira Vanaka for breach oE proni- ise, which is not only the first breach of nroniise case to be adjudicated In Japan, but n, long step forward in ibe FAMOUS "RUGBY MAN v- AMONG WOUNDED sailings per week. Regina, Sask., D. W. Hoberis, of the 2nd Field Com- i to Standard Time pany. Canadian Bnsineers. mentioned j At the meeting of rhe Couneil one oi the busy ones today. jso interesting thai many oi incni- Half a thousand trees arc growing oi other ifepartinenlfl exurwsctl u i7i Ferule thjs crcning as a result of ('-csire to aLterijt the meetings of the observance of the dav Under the easting- law, a marriage not valid uu'-ess registered, und'reg- f BRITISH COLLEGES "DRY" rhe I oxford England, .Voril it was ibis morning's casualty list as ser-1 Board of Trade, today. W. announced yesterday thai .TCBUB col McCUTCHEON BOUND OVER m TORONTO Toronto, Qnt., April Mr.Culcheon and O, .Mitchell, charged islration ia not even compiilsory literaturc section. AL the business'even usual. Miss N'ozawu had meeting it was decided lo hold a-: sen tot] to share Vanakn's.house on the luncheon at -'Hie last general niccling I condition thaL.tlioir union be enter- on Maj' 26lh." 1 on the recordE. tha "Doctor Cure-All" promises a posi- tive and snhRiiy icincdy for the ills girl. matter off foi1 roontliB, and then left the house after quarreling with tho ioualy wounded, is. Bill" Rob- 1 brought in a report shewing bins, who held inside wing forlreiai' hugiiieas interest of city several years on the champion flegina j "'ere not in favor of the saving day- rugby team. Using the name "Rob-; light proposition, and showing diTii- erta" was evidently a misprint, as otfier ideatrficatJons are complete ,ego with attempting to do hodi'ly harm to A tcldod to brcr alcohonc t.v- tiiai would nor make scheme jnjiiracticable. After some I scheme is all off. Only a Slight Wound The Hamilton Uerald bays: "Lieut- Billy Young, well-known Tiger foot- i ball player, has been wounded in ac- jflon. Yesterday aflernoon his father. -I. M. Young, reteiviid a cable from his son stating that he had sufTered a Ii'.esh ivonnd in the but.it was J not serious. Thu cable did not, slate the name of the illume where the ac- jtion took anil was dated from i the liase bospilal at Boulogne, France. I Lieut Yonns wf.hi wiib the first con j jtingent." (.ieui. Vcinig Is a hrpflier- j fn-law of P. Lindsay, Hilti LIEUTENANT COLIN GlBSON HdH of Sir John and Gibson, who has returned to his Hamilton hohie ,on Vivo .months' leave of a.b- zericfi, after having been shot through Ihe lung after two inonlha in notion Nvil-iuihe Third Battalion, Hoyal USED j IN LETHBRIDGE I It Is reported by .f. P. HisliibGtliam Co., IJiniled. that much Adlcr-i-ka [is sold In Lethbridge. People have .found out that OtfE SPOONFUL of I tljifr simple hucklhorn bark and Ely- cerium mixture rclif.vcs almost ANY CASK of consti'ontion, sour or gassy stomach. It is so powerful that it is u'ned succeasfi In appendicitis. ONE J1INUTE after you lake It the gasses rumble and pass Out; 11 Is per- fectly safe to use and cannot (.1. D. IKgin-botliarn I -Co.. Limited. MOVED I have moved my buifniit to the Public Market, where I will je pleased to all my old oui- tomers, and new patrons I hopr, ai I will be open for buiT. neat on market days and handle Ftnt Quality MeatB. H. MIRON erages while U.c war continues. Lo aBillI15l Liie Jlt. ilar action has been taken .by .Oriel, jcutchcon nrotlierG, were bound over H that other colleges wI'.Mn potice court on S1000 to JIPDJJ the do likewise, nnd lliat the entire iml- peace. W. H. Hardie Enlises W. H, Hardie, son of Mayor 13. L. Hardie, left for Calgary yesterday afternoon, where he enlisted in tiie- 56lli Battalion Infantry, nnd 'will go over with the fourth Canadian contin- gent. which flesh -IE heir, tircryaiic i.s id- vitcd lo attend ,thc schoolroom of clllircn :-'vn Monday against the. Mc- ;lnl- at to "'itnnss the wonderful i-A'ccled by Cure-All. Pcpple with cracked lips should not cuine. Thousands of lesti- Instead of. yielding. to circumstances iu l.he meek Oriental way, Mies awa brought suit. One court turned down her case. Slic took it to another, Again she lost. But, undiacouragert, she went- to the higheut tribunal .in Lhe land. who had arranged the union anpbared for her, and tliB I moninls may sseu upon apjilica- tion. Positively ihe first anpparinice j result was damages amounting in Ja- in this city, and probably '.the last. pan to a- email-fortune. RECIPE TO STOP DANDRUFF Thlf Home Made Mixture Stopt Dan- druff and Falling Hair and Afdi IU Growth. To a half pint of ivater add: Bay Hum.......................1 oz. Orlex Compound.........a small box Glycerine..................... W These are all simple Ingredients that you can buy from any druggist at very little cost, and mix them your- self. Apply to ihe scalp once a day for two weeks, then oncp every other week until all the mixture la used. A Jmir pint should hn enough lo rid the head of dandruff and kill the diindruff germs, ft stops (hr hair from falling1 out, and relievcH lU'hlng and scalp diseases. Although it ig noL tiye, ft-acts upon the hair roots nnd will darken streak- ed, faded, gray hair In ten or fifteen Jays. ff. promol.es vim of tlie i hair ami makes harsh hair soft and I AUCTION SALE Of. livcrything in Jlouscliold line MAY 1st ut Sharp IN McKEOWN'S OLD STAND, NO. 402 5th STREET Opposite Alexandra' Holef, convicting of one Sideboard Five firossers Rook Case Tn-o Writing' Deaks Three Cook Ranges Six Wash Stands Peerless Incubator One Morris Ilccllnlng Clmir Dln'.rig .ftodm Chaiijs ICftclicn .Chairs Centre Tallies Kitchen TAbleB Single IlfidK Springs and MattrcsBea Double Beds Springs' and Mattresses Hocking Chairs Two Gil Stoves Screen Doors One Lounge Folding Col, Dishes untl Ctmking Utensils Many oilier articles loo numer- ous lo mention. TERMS CASH! NO RESERVE! QUS ;