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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hold Windsor Beit '.I.Z5 n Day Hotel in Alberta. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Potted I' 'Plants, Vegetable! FRACHE BROS. J AND MtKSH CALIFORNIA STK.UVliKSJIilKS SINCiAPOKK iTMc.u'f'u-s ym: MAKKKT WE WILL HAVE REGULAR SHIPMENTS Of THESE THROUGHOUT THE SEASON. WEEK- END CALIFORNIA in spli'ii- iliil rouiHiKMi. lino, iiv'i ....20c SINGAPORE liuss' sin-; IThv. .eai'li .............................jSc FRESH poilllilf i'ur ...........25c GREEN bmirltrc fur ............ICc FRESH sro'vil. >KT linni'li 5c .Non-ion I'hniins. vinviiil IHM- case Or i: for...................... 25c FRESH HORSE ;iml packed Al fanners. IHII in iiiin urii-i' ALBERTA I'cr ONTARIO i'l-r HO sack ....................51.35 EARLY ROSE SEED iliwilll.v. liL'v IJwl.....................51.90 FRESH PORK quality. SiiiujilHy. J'or ('ennui ..............25c MAGRATH CREAMERY ill on I-'l'iiLlys. 'i liouml.s lor ...................85c CANNED'COHM, PEAS and ncr tin .-........................10c rRESH liouso sroivu, Ini- povled. c'Xlru fiuicy. oucli ...............30c Office: PhoBel271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phone 525 SHOES KEPAIKED AT McA'ICAIfS Two Doors South of Hudson's Lethbi-idgs, cloudy Elimoiuoii. cloudy.. C'ulg-drv. cloiuly i Meiiioiue llet. fair.. Local Concern Sells Elevator Mscle'Jil. stormy---- The Vulcan Advoclle During !JiecJ tlie past week ilie Tarter Milling- 'V' Elevator Co. have disposed bv sale oi [Saskatoon, clear.... .llax. SI .Mill, 42 .03 .nil I Regiua. fair.. clear Port Arthur, cloufiy :H of their elevators, and in hoih cases tne buyers were local 111211. Tbe lilevaior at Brain was bought .Mr. C.iUKle TiTin'llis'er. ownsr if Ihe Ter-1 williger elevaior nt Vulcan and the I" -H--> Vulcan Tavlor plain was purchased Th? "'eailitr has clear ,11 bv Mr. A. Lee. who-his been manager Saskatchewan, and cloudy, there for some time nasi. It i, tlieNiih lizbt rainfalls, in pans oi Al- iniencjon of Lee 10 add to his pro-jberu perty if ihe prpspecis for the fall crop warrant it. He proposes 10 erect an elevator with a capacity of like 30.000 bushels. Delivered Daily to ali parts oi" the city We guarantee to satiify you regarding your ice supply. RATES 10 Its. ppr month 20 Ibs- per month Western Transfer Co. Limited. PHONE 1163. Sunbonnets A Playlet under ;uis- pites of Ladies of St. August-ill's Church at St. Augustin's Hall TONIGHT S o'clock Adini.ssioii 50c Children-under] 2 25c -t- Music Ladies! Look HOUSEHOLD RUBBER GLOVE .Tust tin- thing I'or use while spriiia' cleiining To Clear Glove, nt Frank HedleyDruQ Co. DRUGS AND STATIONERY. Lethbridge Alberti Forecast and on Sai- shovvers anil local thunder- nrdii ston. tonight and on Sauirfluy. and showery today j and on Saturday: sleet or snow some places. I A NEW rou 25 Cents! A botlle of DYOLA HAT DYE or ;i bottle of COLORITE will nialvp your las: season's Straw Hat us good as new, and only costs you Twenty-Five Cents. ICITY AND DISTRICT! The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Phone 555 [Third Ave. 3. THE BULLETIN BOARD Natlcei for this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day cf publication Something Different Something Better S .SPECIALS CRUSHED OA T8 A XI) CO UN lour horses will work belter ou it. f 10.00 per ton MIXED CORN (IT-TOP .Fine "'round. Best on (lie market for Hogs. per ton SAMPLES FURNISHED ON REQUEST 'Call, Write, or J.'lionc. Ellison Milling and Elevator Co., Limited Lollibrido-e. Alhci-lii. A meeting of the Musicians' rnion ivllrbe tieM in the Labor Temple ou Sunday at p.m. CITY AND DISTRICT MTB. RcMiwell Accepted Mrs. Lily of :S12 SixLeenLli j street Novih has jusL received word that her offer to serve as a lied Cross j nurse lias keen accepted by Red Cross j headtiuariera She has been instruct- ed 10 report in Toronto on .May 10. K. of P. Church Parade The aimmil church pnrade of the Knights of Pythias will be held on I Sunday, May j. The Order will par- ade to St. Auguslln's Church, irliere Ihey 'tvilj be nddressed by Canon Mur- rell-Wriglit. 1 J) Personal Mention H. Crawford returned yesterday from a short businesii trin LO Calsury. CnmmiFsloner Grace reiurncrt todaj fvoin a business trip to the Hat, Playlet Tonight Tlie playJet. will jgiieu lonieht by the ladies of Si. Aug-1 I ustin's Cluirch. in the parish ball, j This Is a humorous sketch prcvitlin much entertainment. Trinity Church Services Hardievilla- Trinity Mr. T. T. l-'atchney. Services for Sun- .day. .May 1': Cliildreu's sen-fee at 17 o'clock; SabljRtli scliocl at evcn- inff service at 7.30, All are cordially invited. (run SpiiriQs Larf Dead The rteatb occurred in the city 14si' night of Samuel Arthur, the old son of Sam Noble or Iron Springs.' The boriy is being siiipped to Iron I Spriag.t today for interment. The Ladies of the Christian Church Are Having Their MAY DAY PANTRY SALE In the vacant ctcre Formerly occupied by Pelts the Shoe Dealer, on Saturday, May 1 MAY BASKETS will be very much in evidence. All kinds ot good Home Cook- ing- will be on sale, and Home Made Candies in the afternoon. Tea will be served also. Be sure aoj give them fl call and fake home a Fancy Basket ftiH of good tlilnjs to eoi for your Sunday Dinner. Tennis Racquets We Jiave just received a .shipment of WRIGHT AND D1CKSON LAWN TENNIS RACQUETS The Best Kaeiiuet.s a( Lowest Prices. Discount on Cliib Orders. Robertson's Bookstore ,1 NEXT TO LETHBRiOCC, HOTEL. Church Services at Warner Services be held in ihe Evan- gelical church, Warner, at j 1. and S o'- clock. The nasior in rhe morning will preach on "The. and the evening subject will he "Is The world growing morally The choir will render niusrcsi selections at the evening service, and ls cordially invited. I'eryone j No Partiality j Coaldale and Raymond are asking! for the support of the I Beard of Trade in their .endeavor to] i have the Provincial government local el tbe proposed a_snnilrural school j spective points. Letters from these towns ivcre read at Hie meeting of the Board of Trade council yesterday, vrill he told that f.etlibridge ?ianis ihe school located somewhere in the irrigated district adjacent 10 Lethbridge, but Uiat they are leaving ihe matter of (he specific location in tlie hands cf Ihe government, and are not hehind the claims of any particu- lar point for the school. LUSH-US IJcibbrldge (Bulk) Cluieolates All Varieties PATSIOT1C BOXES French, Flags: iea wiih tlie British, Helgiaa and Russian box The Store Re-Opening Fifth Avenue Baptist The Fifth n venue Baptist cliurcli J wi'll be re-opened bj- the PenLecostal plission on Sunday. .May at 11 a.m. and 7.30 n.m., find on Tuesday at S I p.m. Services "'ill lie held every Sun- day anil Tuesday until further notice. CHANGES IN AGRICULTURE Don't fail, planning your Sunday Dinner, to'have some of the good things to be had at the MAY DAY MARKET ON THIRD AVENUE. There will be Delicious Cakes, Pies, Home Made Sread. Buns, Small Cakei, Salads, Caddies, 'etc. ICE TEA AND CAKE WILL E6 SERVED FISH SMOKED HALIBUT PER POUND HALIBUT FILLETS PER POUND FINNAN HADDIE PER POUND KIPPERS PER POUND 20c 20c 15c 15c EGGS STRICTLY FRESH EGf.S- TWO DOZEN FOR 45c BONE GREEN GROUND C B'JNE, PER POUND. OC Delany's Ltd. PHONE 452. Guards Are Injured by German Internes t Edmonton, Alta., April jHarcoiirt, now deputy minister of ng- for the province, to be as- j sistant Lo E. A. Howes, dead of the 'new faculty of agriculture m the Uni- J versity of Alberta, i II. A. Craig, now superintendent of j demonstration farms. 10 be deputy minister. Sydney Carle, now assistant to Mr. Craig, to be superintendent of deiuoD- I stration farms. j These are (be changes in tbe, staff 'of (lie AgricnlttiraJ department at Ed- jjaonton js announceil yesterday. MARKETS FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES April 30. Opening and :es on ilic grain Kingston, Ont., 30, Two in- terned Gennnns ivere wounded last nishr at Fort Henty, when Lhey and some of Lheir prrifioners niude an attack on two siwrds wlio were drew their 'ouyonels, and n lively flglit followed, in which one German wftS wounded near tlie fiR.irt, and Is fn a. d.ingerous condition, ii'hile the other WOE stabbed in Ihe The two In- jured Germans had iieon kent in con- finement on acco.uni of niislieunvior. Clear Uiinking is impossible with- out hftillhy bowel acLiou. Rexall Or- derlies are a specific against consti- pation. Sold only by ,7, Iliginboth- am Co., LimiLed, ing them with supper.. The guards 'ment. anil 50c Rcxall Store, es. AdvertiBe- closing jiriC' to day April Bank The bank clearings tnr ttrr; moutli i if April were as against -I IH- MjlJ. Supper {July............ The Leibbritlge Kentish associafion iariiaiions to tliolr nujii-plnv who arc at present j'i 1.62} Close i 1.C21 L. C. TEEPLE QUALITY GROCER erous niemhprs serving with the Canadian Uxnedillon ary forces in the district to a farewell supper and entmflinrnen( (o he held. on Satnrdav evening. May s. in the The committee are q.nestcd to meet en .Monday night at S o' the Quick Print offices, May July OH................... WINNIPEG CASH L .Vor. 2 Not Tnmme d Hats Fr om Xo X Xor. i" 2 c. (No. 3 C. i MX Ira No. 1 l-'ccd I No. 1 I'cei1 Flas- ;NO. i N. w. c....... I No. 2 C. CHICAGO 1 U'licat- 'Jlaj- ;.Iniy 1.79 I.78S! 1.82} 1-12', 1 Sli 1.85; 'I PRICES j 1.621 j J.liO l.iiijj J-531 Special Prices on All Flowers and Ribbons The Lethbridge Millinery Co. Ltd. 514 FMrlfcAttNt talk L. A. SCOTT, Hip. 1.62 1.2.1; I .July iOct', 1.52 1.22 1.781. 1.751 i.r.2 1.25 I.3I-S 1.3J.; LOCAL MARKETS Track i 1.47J- Xo, i! Northern........................ No. 3. Northern 1.15 Xo. 1 No. 1 Xbrllicrii 1.42 I No. 3 1.38. j A. H. W. prii-c-s snnic. LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hotss, SS.OO; callle, j Monlreal: Mogs, jn.fiO: cattle. J8.00. Chlcaso: Ifogs, cattle, BREAKFA3T 'FOODS Cream of Wheat, per v Toilet Soap, 8 cakes 25c R. C. and G. W-, 2 pkgi 45c Sunlight, 11 bars 50c Golden West Washing Powder 25c Lux, 3 for 25c Pearline, each 10c Ivory Soap, 10 bars for ....50c. Castile Soap, large bars ...'.Z5c Pels Naptha, 10 bars 75c Spring Clothes Pina, 4 Grape Nuts, -per package. .15c Corn 3 packages 25c Puffed Rice, per 'package. 15c Puffed Wheat, 2 packages. .25c Buckwheat. Flour, per pkg.. .15c Jrlscuits, 2 packages 25c Shredded Wheat, "If. pkfls. ...25c Premium Oats, per; package. 30c QuaKer Oats, per package. ,30e Rolled Oats, B Ib. aack, .45c .FRUIT. Grape Fruit, large', sl2C 1Dc Oranges, large size, dozen. .35c Bananas, special per dozen. ,t25c Le'mons, per dozen Z5c Rhubarb, 6 ibfi for'.'. 25c FRESH VEGETABLES Radishes, 3 bunches for. .10c Onionc, 4 bunches for 10c Cucumbers, each Lettuce, per ptund 30c rA shipment cxpect-, ed on Saturday, __ Lowest market price. BROOMS AND BRUSHES Scrub Brushes, each FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Corn, Peas and Beans, Quality, 2 tini 25c Tomatoes, large tins, 2 for..26c French Peas, 2 ,-35c Muah rooms, per tin 25 c French Beans, per tin 15c Pears, Peaches and 2 tins for 35c Pineapples, per tin 15c, 25c Raspberries and Strawberries, Raspberry and, Applet Stove Brushes, each 25c Brooms, each! 50c, 60c BLACKING 2 in 1, each 10e Nugget, each lOc Gilt Edge, each 25c Black Jack, each 10c Rising Sun, each JOc Stayon, each iQc Zebra, each and Apple, 4 Ib paH..45c Raspberry, pall-75c Strawberry, WagBtaffe, per pail 80c C.'sb Apple 'Jelly 75c Marmalade, 5 pound pair, .76 c Grape Fruit Marmalade, 1 pound 25c Dominion Block, 4th Avenue PHONE 515 ;