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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel "Windflw BMt (1.25 Day MoUl In AlbtrU. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Potted vejet.bl.. FRACHE BROS. 11.50 BUYS A FIRST CLASS BOX OF YORK IMPERIAL APPLES. THESE APPLES ARE FINE FLAVORED, GOOD FOR EATING OR COOKING, SOLID AND IN SPLENDID CONDITION. YOU CANNOT DUPLICATE THEM ANYWHERE ELSE. WE HAD A CARLOAD AND ARE GIVING OUR CUSTOMERS THE BENEFIT OF OO'R BUYING IN LARGE QUANTITIES. BUYS THE VERY BEST BOX OF ROMAN BEAUTIES OR NEWTON PIPPINS. THESE ARE EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD VARIETIES FOR PRESENT USE, IN FACT THE VERY BEST KINDS YOU CAN GET, AND THE BEAUTY OF IT IS THAT THEY HAVE BEEN KEPT IN PERFECT CONDITION AND ARE AS SOLID AND GOOD TO. DAY AS THE DAY THEY WERE PACKED. THE GOOD co. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHEK Lclhbridgc, clear F.dimmlon. clcudy.. Max. 62 ;u "4 Jliii, (air.. Moose Jaw. c'icur.. rvintt? Albort, I'piiimi, elixir..... Port Arthur, Nelson The SI veniher throughout tUe prairie I'd has been mosily fair and i 1WXT DRINK MIDDY WATER When you can qet FflESH BUTTERMILK delivered to your Iiousa aE 15c per Gallon. Phone CRYSTAL DAIRY LIMITED. The Mmrli to (he Battlc- Fields; or. Canada's Men on the Way1" 1ARKETS ;Tlie above ia Llie title given a pic- ture that will for many years io come MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICE iiuii L-iosipy- prices on che Iccal exchange today were. May............ 1531- 150 r October.......... lib" J May............ July............ May............ [May............ iTgqi July............ iTTf, October Closinp Cash Prices oe a highly prized treasure. It Is a photographic reproduction showing the 32.000 men of Canada's flrst con--No. '2 Northern......... lingeni breaking camp and on tlie No. Northern......... march io join the Continental forces. It shows miles and miles of rbe white, Xo. 2 C- ieais and ihe marching men. It Is aiN'o. 3 C. most inspiring -sight. The size is: 20s4G inches, all ready for framing.' No. Tins picture.is sure to be a souvenir of ibe war as far as Canada i No. i X. C............ is concerned. anO will be in great de-1 No. C. W.............. mand. H is owned hy The Family f Chicago Wheat Herald and Weekly Star, of Montreal, fjMay 155 and a copy is being presemed to all; 141ii subscribers to that groat n 2.1 Ion I! September........ 1KH4 weekly The Family Her-! Minneapolis Wheat old, .Montreal, whose subscription 14S one dollar a year is received from July............ date for a limited period. i September........ 112% 143'., sou 170 1ST 151 -4 137% Forecast All snd mild today and; on TuGoriay. CITY AND DISTKICT i Police Court Mike ChesleiAo was fined 51.00 and costs for conduct. Lethbridge Jn the Trenches Mrs. Hugh Ti-ylor has received nvc postcards from her sen Ross. One dat- ed 'March indicates Hint he has been in the trenches. Wage Case Settled The case of Eleauor .Maran sgniustt A, Kleurct of the Orpheniu Theatre for j non-payment cf wages was withdrawn at the police court this morning, a settlement having been arrived ai lie- een the T L I oilet Supplies We make a of Toiler. Goads and our stock iihv.ij-s flf- an excellent nsFOrtniC'iil of If newest and best in 3 RUSHES. COMBS, SOAPS, PERFUMES, COSMETICS, ETC In most cases we have not pricee on imported "Canadian Made Goods" ;ire being- supplied to take the of "European Made Lines" which may become exlmusted. CAX PLEASE YOU IX BOTH QUALITY AND PRICIi) The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Do You Get It? You Should! Ask your grocer for a sack Moves His Office Allen Jack, dealer in farm imple- ments, lias moved frcm the Icterca-, tional Harvesier Co.'s building to 1217 Second uvenue South. Mr. Jack has the agency for the complete Hue of Deeriog and ilcCormacIt machinery, the Stewart Sheaf Loader and the Hocsier and Kentucky Press Drills. Third Ave. 5. C.P.R. WILL BUILD IRRIGATION PROJECT AT TABER BUT FARMERS TO OWN IT Taber, March 22. The proposed new Talier irrigation scheme will he constructed bv .the P, 11., but will be owned anil by the fann- ers who comprise the new irrigation district, it the wishes of the C. P. 11. lire adhered io. Douglas, who has been louk- ALBERTA MAY CLOSE BARS AT 7 O'CLOCK March are decision remains abeyance. Somo ing after the'lcgislalion in Edmonton rir" aruuud the legislative buildings ]pliorts ate being made to find tlio in tlio inierrsls ol the town and tar-'Mlat lias under ad- feeling of botli temperance ami 11- mers, returncil tins week and stales "seinont. the issuance o( an order clos- Ihat tbc legislation is now in tlie "'E al1 hnrs thrnugllcrat tlie province hands oi the law clerk of the Icgisl.i- o clock every night. Tbe rc- ttirc now and will be before the house slncL-ions placed upon the linuor traf- shortly. The bill is a somewhat in- (lc ln Mnnitoba and Saskatchewan m tricale one, and has been under had their effect lo- cussion between the members of the call-J'. ll lvfrn lor ln.1' gov for _ vote mi it is UIKC sai.l >hcre would be. slight delay in ;overnilienl and the C. P. R. officials fh'cYcgi'sta-i similar regulations into pmJJiecf, in Alliertn. ition will be put through to give p to ihc farmers to own and oper- lhe prohibition plebiscite mtroduc- CANADIAN SOLDIER IS HERO j LOCAL MARKETS _____ Track prices- Jules Csxanne Killed in Daring Rush. Againlt German. load lols- j No. 1 Northern Paris March Casagne of i ihe 23rd .Infantry, a Canadian volun- -so' 3 -NorlmTn ietr, is mentioned ia the orders of the tiiiy. fie made a rush on a German rreach and tried to break in the pro- tecting roof. Hia bayonet and rifle .were .broken, bin be refused to sur- render, and was killed on tfie spot. f OWING TO THE EXTHAOR- BINARY DEMANDS MADE UP- BILLY" SUNDAY" BOOK, MR. ON THE PUBLISHERS OF THE McKINNON WISHES TO AN- NOUNCE THAT HIS March loth Delivery will be delayed until April 1st SUBSCRIBERS WILL KINDLY NOTE THIS. 1.36 1.33 1.28 -A. R- W. prices same. LIVESTOCK PRICES SATURDAY Calgary: 87.35: cattle, J7.0D. Winnipeg: Hose, tT.50; cattle, }7.15. Chicago: Hoss, 56.35-S6.85: cattle, 57.50 CITY AND DISTKICT Sale of Sheep P.. Bum? Co., Lid., have bought from H. W. Bradahaw. .Magrath, ]200 sheep for delivery May and June. This makes 1300 altogether Mr. Bradshaw has sold the 'Lethbridge branch since December. .Mr. Bradsoaw is consider- ed one of the best feeders in the south country, and his mutton has been handled in the Bums markets for the laic three years. Disorderly House Keeper Fined -Minnie May was fined ?25 and costs at Police Court on Saturday afternoon running- P- disorderly house at 406 Fourth street South. The case occu- pied some time. Andy Johnson fig- ured in tbe-case as a frequenter, but the charge against him iras dismissed. C. H. Harris acted for the accused Minnie May. Union Revii! Services In St. Andrew's Church Song: Service 7.45 YOUNG LADIES' 0 p.m. in Westminster Church. YOUNG WOMAN'S COMPANIONS." Programme for This Week MONDAY 8 God Permits Calamity and Disaster-." TUESDAY 8 Makcre and Home Breakers." TUE6D.AY 9 Ladiss' Rally, (in Westminster Church) Corripanfons." WEDNESDAY-7.30 (In Weitmlnster Church) Young Men's VVrong Moves.in.Life's Game." WEDNESDAY 8 St. Unpardonable Sin.1 THURSDAY 3.30 Ladici' Rally In Westminster. THURSDAYS People's Rally.. FRIDAY 3 announced later. TUESDAY AND FRIDAY AT 4 Child- ren's Rally. Do .your part in spreading the Spirit ot Revival over the enllre Come early to B ecu re a eeaU Evangelistic Services The memory of yesterday will long in the minds of hundreds ct peo- r.'ie in [he city or LeLlibridee in con- nection with the special union evan- ;elistic services. The Men's Own witnessed another packed building and for one hour the men sat with wrapt attention and list- ened to au address on "Four Great Facts that .Hake Men Great." The ap- plause thai greeted the speaker from lime ic. Lime evidenced the keen ap- preciation and proved that the plain, clear-cut, facts gain? hcroe. His M'orship -Mayor Hardie occu- pied the chair. Mr. H. G-- Ktlnc-r was the soloist for the day. The evening service was held in St. Aodreiv's church. The building was Jilled to utmost capacity and score; of people were turned away. The sub- ject, "Two Lives, Two Des- was a graphic picture ol "Dives and and the striking applications will not scon be forgotten. During this 'week the services will be held in St. Andrew's church to pro- vide for the crowds tbai will want to bear the evaugelists.' The spirit of re- vival is sweeping over tlie city..People are talking ol it in their homes, of- fices, SQOOS, and scores of people ivJio hare not yet attended the services will take advantage ot this week's op- portunity. service at 7.45. See this week's announcemen ts in an- other part of the paper. Plan to be rbere and bring a friend. Save Your Safety Razor Blades Bring or mail your Safety Blades to us io sharpen. No matter what maJie they are. They shave better than a new blade. Single Edge per dozen......25c Double Edge per doztn......35c Durham-Duplex, dozen......50c Hollow Ground, each .......25c JldiginMamSCo. Ltd "foxaJJL Store e c a o o ale the The proposition will pa llunierous complications not felt m 'thr-n have' to he submitted to the far- 'lie .other provinces, autT it is while mers affected Tor their approval. j It is not very likely that there will i ;bc any difficulty between the railway jcoiiipany and the farmers over the I matter ol operation. The railway company hns guaranteed to have the water on the land by fall, if the far- :iners accept the proposiSic.-: that is laid before them, and they are able to start work this spring. -The wort urgiag these that ihc governmental, quor ivith regard Io early dosing. 11. is said in siimc. quarters thit "in liquor (leulers. would hot lie grcatly avcrse to the change at present. There has yet DCUJJ DO intimation of the attitude Ihc temperance forces hut they cnn hardly-oppose any measure calculated to curtail drink- ing. If no action is taken now by thp is practically certain thai, should prohibition he defeated hy the July vote, rhrasures will be taken, to effect early closing, l be largely team pring. work, and many of the farmers have an opportim- I 01 participating. The settlement o[ the whole propo- sition will hinpc on.the price the com- j paixy will charge the farmers for the water delivered at the hcartgntcs, and OD the form ot taxation to he im- posed ior tlie re-payment of the honds of the district. It is possible that a conference oi farmers mar be lieit shortly to discuss these points. OBITUARY Eugene Arthur Cooledge died on J March 15, 1915, at his hems near God-1 WILL BE HELD ON FRIDAY MARCH SIGNED UP TO OO EVERYBODY IS INVITED IF YOU DON'T BELIEVE IT READ THIS FROM LONDON, ENG., PAPER dard, Alberta, Canada, at 57 years and -i months of ace. 1 He was boru October 2, 18SS, In Wis- consin. When seven years eld hia j parenia moved to Vermont, where he; grew to manhood, and in 16S3 was married to Ella A. Sawyer, In 18911 they moved to Minnesota, where they Discovered! Jived until when they moved to J There is oil enough to Cnnada, settling near what is now the! run ah the motor cars, fill all the town oi Ooddard, where he had built: lamps and grease all the. wheels'Of all up a good home in the thickly-setf-ed j the industries in the whole wide world ownship o for the next two thousand years, He leares Io mourn bis loss, besides This remarkable flow waa diecover- his two sons, Clarence and Ar- thur; who are still living at home, and ed in London recently, as ivitnesa the foiion-ing'frcm the in Uttle" column .of a London pub- onu daughter, .Mrs. Fred Sheppard oi column Mantcrville Minn., and one brother licat'.on: still living in Vermont, besides a "An oil-bed ia Northern Alberta, Ca- ci friends. inadn, is estimated by a British geolo- He was of a genial and to contain enough oJl to eatfirfy cU