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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor Bett i Day Hotel In Allicrt.i, LETHBRIDGE: DAILY HERALD I' Vtgotibln I ?tOT COUXT FOK (.'XUiSS ANHOoiATRiMviTii QUALJTY AND SERVICE Combine Ihf Throe ,llid you 'nave something worth talking about. Quality It alwiiyi the first con- sitiernllon when we nrc buying for.our trade, but unless we get good value we do .not purcjiale. When [lea.Hnci iiciv you can depend on petting Quality and Service with the Lowcit Poislble Prleej. following are sc.715 prlccc here: 'NAVEL null Give Thanks FOR YOUR SIGHT you are joyous feasting on the many JIsoocl things" so bountifully provided, stop a moment and. if in thought only, be itiaukfat that TOU are not afflicted with calamity that words cannot ex- press. You May Xced Glasses Fo-sJolv you are not aware that your vision is detective. Exercise good judgment, by having your eiamined. If you come to us, we will truth fully inform you of the facts as we find them. Congratulations if your sight ia normal and best op- tical assistance if otherwise Eye Specialist in charge of Optical Department. R. A. Wright THE JEWELER. FAKMEKS! SHIP YOUR CREAM To Crystal Dairy Ltd. aud receive the best prices. SWEET per pound SOUR per pound Butter Fat. Wft Pay Express Crystal Dairy Ltd. LETH BRIDGE. ALBERTA YOn'K In Jirsl clnsf ililiaii. Per nOr.WN BEAUTY. KMi'il vurii-lK's in iHM'l'ecl MSI' K.tivllcnl .51.50 NEWTON P1F. I'ect phaiio, price ............51.65 iiuiijiiy, JIIM- llUIIIlrtllWPielll .......................51.40 stork, per 30 pir.imi silt-U ...........................'51.50 OLD DUTCH [Ins for .......25c CORN, PEAS AND till ........ICo tins. .............35C Cnsos 25c and 40c size, per ilozcu ...........25c FRESH dozen for .................45C FLORIDA GRAPE size.......10c FLOSIDA GRAPE aUe, o ror..25c HEAD lioml ...............10c LEAF Per pound ...............30e PRESERVED Peat-lies Greon Cast's, per pint CANNED cnsos FRESH PORK in every SiUur- liay morning. Per Pound...............25e Office: Phone 1271 GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 WEATHER Lethbridge, clear Kdnionlim. cluiir. Calvary. JiCiir Medicine lint, tlear Moose -linv. cler.r.. Prince cL'iuly. Hasina, clear...... Winnipeg, clouiiy Ton Arthur. Nelson Jinx. 23 SO Min. 3 12 in lli S IS 0 IT 2S The weather throughout 1'r.e prairie provinces has mostly ckav and moilcrately cold. Forecast All today and on Sst- i urday, with gradually-rising .terapera- ure. CITY AiXD DISTRICT Court Unity, A.O.7., Concert The memners and fricruU ot Court I.'u'ily, A.O.F.. an enjorabfe social in St. .Mary's hai! last evening, the af- fair proving 2 great success. P.C.U. T. Arnold presided and the followins coatrilmted to the lircgnunnie: Misses V. Gl.-MivKe, -M. Jliiner, V. Gant, A. nod Messrs.- C.. I'arram, A. E. Jarvis. J. Jackson, F. Miles, Caruill and H Killer. Special mention ihould be made ul' J. Jackson and his comic selections. During an interval refresh- ments were served. Crops Best Quality Use Our Guaranteed And Our Guaranteed Pure Strychnine The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Third Ave. S. CITY AND DI8TKICT Ted Jarvfs Injured Mr. E. Jarvis is confined to his bed as ii. resiut ot" an Accident recently. Mr. was Uirown from his deliv- ery rig and nm over by a mis aiiLomobile am] sustHinert InHiries ab- out the head, lie is favor- ably. Ask your grocer for a sack LOCAL WHEAT MARKETS Track prices: No. 3 Nonhern.......... 13 KO.-3 Northern....... Wagon load tats: No.' 1 Northern........ JV'o. 2 Xorthern....... 3 Northern...... A. H. W. prices same. 130 J34 121 126 Goes to Chicago TRobert Lackenbj-, chief oi police at Island, formerly of Lelhbridge, j Uhicaso, to un- Afay last Saturday for Uhi ciergo a serious operation. FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man.. March and closing prices on The grain ex- changelioday Wheat'" Open Closu ].Inly......'....... Us4i 147% [October..... IlSVs '-1-Vi J- Closing Cash Prices No. 1 146AJ Xo. -2 Northern.......... No. C Northern.......... 143 No. C. W............... GO >i No. 3................... T6 1 X.-W.C............... Chicago Wheat Open HAVE YOU TRIED THE NEW DUTCH HAND SOAP Bern ores all obstinate dirt and shin stains of ink, paint, var- nish, metal, etc. Is.a great soap for all .Mechan- ics, Tradesmen aiid people gen- erally whose hands are JifceJy to show stains from their daily OCCUpfctloD. JM Lasting; and tln- Economica! Unexcelled 'for Toilet and Hath. It thoroughly and In- vigoratts tlic skin'aad leaves it soft, and smoolli. Is perfccily to tho most ilcllcp-tt; skin. Price lor 15c- ii Trial Box c. w. 310 5th STREET SOUTH. Close 14S Aoricultural Schools' Annual I The "Alberta sciiocls cf Agriculture, have just completed their sec-j ond year 01 operation, with 2S5 stiul-1 euts in attcnduace, have issued tbeir -annual." couiorisins 152 Tlie j publication is an unique acliievtfDieut; in Ihe tvay of school "annuals, as it is thp joint efion oi tlic three schools situated at narcsholui, Olds and Ver- milicn. A hlsh standard is set by the I keek. vrcufri be a credit w much 'older and hinjer educational inslitu- lions. The frontispiece a memor- ial portntit of the late J. C. Drev.-ry ot Couley, a member of Hoard of Ag- ricultural Education directing these J schools at tlie time of his death. Art- icles have been ffriUen lor ihe An- nual by Hon. Duncan ivha talks directly to the stuclcnrs; ny Judge Jackson of Lethbridge, who writes on ''The Laur and the I by George Harcouri. who discusses "Alberta's flare in Canadian Agricul- by !T, A. HOTVGS of Vermilion, who describes Alberta's system of agricultural education: by W. J. Ste- phen cE C'arcsholm. Vho up- tn-date of '.'The Funning by W. J, L'.ljoit oi_ Olds, v.ho v.Thes lapicaliy of the y.rolilcm o; whether It is profitable for the farmer July............ September lOSTii MInneapplis Wheat Mar.......... 144U July September 1HH1 to feed hogs cats at cents per The Annual contains pictures of the first graduating class frcm these ools, numbering ixnio 07 siudonis. A- large number ot pictL-res shoivins ,Ee at ivorJ; and jilay njake the number an attractive Dustless Town! Ou rare occasions ,tlie dust Jias matJc itself unpieasanfc in this IOWIK This winter we have been comparatively free from it (in more ways than one.) Anticipating one of those wo arerflivincj away a Dusi Cap n-iili every twenty- five cent purchase aE Rexall goode tomorrow (Saturday.) Store Increase in Coaldale Population The back to the hmd movement is something more than mere UU; in Letlibridfte days. .Many ;ire coti- a summer on the fnrm- Yes- terday the population o[ the Caaldale district boosted by six, when H. Tarry family of Vancouver arriv- ed to make their liome on one of Hie reaUy-nindes. They were ac-, I coinpnnied by Wm. A. Dflley of the C. P.R. laud depiu'tment. I Evangelistic Services A uuiij wave evangelism seems to be sweeping over the city. People ivlio hnre taken an active part in Uis campaign say they have never seen anything like it before. It is quite ap- parent that the city of Lethbridge has never been moved in a similar way, and [lie feeling is that Die movement is only just starting. Scores of people j from all parts of the city, who have i attended the .services, are en- thusiastic workers. The eosyel preach- ed by Evangcllst Gilbart is pointed and practical, and men appre- j ciate U. One of the striking features I of the services Is the percent-1 I age of men present.. This is truly a) men's movement. The service cf last' j night will never be forgotten "Young j People's Rights1' drew iMarge crowd i of young people, -who entered most en- j tUjisiascically into every detaiJ of the 'service. Tonight the Salvation Army band will be iu attendance. The song [service'will begin at 7.-15. The address ion "Playing the or "The Trag- cdy of a Wasted should not be I missed by anyone. The building will likely be packed, so come early if you want a seat. Bring a friend wltli you. A welcome for H. A. McKILLOP Groceries, Crockery. Glassware. 15c Cwv Of) ft CwC Brand Al Regular 25c Tor Brand Al Regular BBC for Australian Com Beof; is, sale price Asparagus in largo tin 2 cans for Aspiiragus Tips; Sale Pricp Corn on ID gallon tins Apples; Sale price............. Olives, -10 oz. bottles; Regular for...... Olives, irj oz. Bottles; Regular 50c for Coffee, fresh A A Sroun'd, 3 Ibs. for... 9 I 2 pounds for 15c 15c 15c 55c 7C 1 O C 91 lUU noyal Cliili Sauce; Per HoLtle H. P. Picklos; Per ibollle Red Salmon; 1 ijound tin Broini Bayo 13eans; 3 pounds for Plums; boltle 3 packages for Olfl Diitcli Cleanser; 3 cans for Stove Brushes, 3rooma, Shoe Brushes, Shoe Polish, Stove Pol- ish, Liquid Veneer, Home Oil, Putz CreanvSilver Polllh, Stove Pipe Varnish. ABp.iratrus; Per pound bOC OCw C9C Lettuce and Celery. FROM 2-15 George Eben of Ihis township, ivlio Seduction Case ProccedB The case of Mike Kmitli is still oc- cupying the attention of-the Police j Mrs. F. C. Smith were call mna-lin 011 frlcni opera toil on Jaat Wednesday at the hospital at Sweet Grass, Mont, for appendicitis, is reported to be re- covering. Court. The plaintiff's croBe-exami tlon closed yesterday morning. I last week. nds In Stirling and Warner Gerla, the first 'witness called, gave the court a conundnim in tl.B Elmpe sister G g fc- Ibai DlJ uiizzle "Prothei-s and sisters' Fl Mrs. Swanson of Montana is visiting Mrs. J ,M. Atkinson organized her CARD OF THANKS Mr. and .Mrs. J. Dalev :w Jersey had ;J75 faciory fires year without one life being loat. j thank the many friends for flowers Turpentine works and rope works are 2. .protection from rheumatism. The English income tax .was established -73 years ago. first GORICAR. FIRED i c n .'ijD. j .ju. nei have I ncne. but tint man a filtlier is SmA school c, t SalurdaJ.. my fathers son" 1 Ins is an attempt Arlhur Burrows wns dl-osen uy Mr. Shepherd to estali.isl. Her rela- Frank Smiih tlouship to the pbmtiff It was a case The regular-meMug u[ ..Bner. of eenealogy gomg back to paternal ol'the U.F.A. was Held on anc1 maternal grandmothers and grand- Saturd al 2 Tnc fathers. The result was that tlie gailized a ch.culating IIbrarT whl'ch court had to be satislied that slie was nbl.. hns 35 Thev'ire some sort of a cousin once or twice re-; endeavorin t et a ueliv. moved, on the cpemng of tho court, ery route here. Mr. Palmer started something of a Mrs McKoulla ..resent Ulo A1. seusation, when ho asked that -Mr., v.'ill nneak at tlio S-16 Sadoivski be excluded from tcklng any' schooihouse on' Monllav 3D at further part iu the proceedings as an; s m interpreter, in that his client had stat-1 T'hcre v'm ]ie 3ervlceB at the ed that yesterday 12.15 oa Slindlij% 4 The Home (lonartment and Cradl street has threatejied him, say-_ San Francisco, Cal., .March ins Hint it he were plaintiff's brother j attend! Joseph Ooricar, former cODSul-Renera', he wouW shoot him. This was denied I !s invited ill this city for Austria-Hungary, has by -Mr. Sadowski, who said that he j tQ M'm and kindness extended .10 them in their late bereavement in the death________________________jp of .Mrs. Dalev's brother. Forties Rut- j ing to an announcement made today I The case promises to be a fnir.y long; been summarily drooped from the dip-.had never spoken to Kmith in his lomatic service' of his'country, accord- and he was -allowed to remain In court. ledge. t the consulate. HOW A BRITISH SUBMARINE KEEPS IN TOUCH WITH THE HOME BASE DON'T MUDDY. WATER When you can get FRESH BUTTERMJLK delivered to your house at 15c per Gallon. Phone CRYSTAL DAIRY LIMITED. Seduction Case Adjourned The caee of .Mike Kmith hns beeii adjourned until Monday morning. BUSINESS LOCALS See Wright's Saturday nild Monday jewelry bargains; more people eacli iveok are taking advantage of the spe- clnl prices. Jioney savers tor shrewd nyera. H. 7U. Lion (Sons'of England) Annual Dance, 1? rid ay night, in S. 0. E. (upper) hall. Invitations can Ijc obtained 'from E, Faimcli, Quick Print Office, Pliune 1151. Members S. 0. 13., D. -M. 0. K. and 20th Dattwy iesd no invitations. 87-3 THOROUGHLY QUICKLY AND .EASILY POLISHES COPPER, BRASS, NICKLE, ETC. ,USED BY SOLDIERS. ASK TO SEE IT. C. W, Gray 310 5th STREET SOUTH. 'J'hc )-2 lias n i-iiiliiis cjl' miics wi.-clcss enables it. (o coiniiuniicalc llirougli space up io jippnixinnilcly 100 miles. Onion Revival Services !n St. Andrew's Church Song Service 7.45 SUIJJIiCT TONIGHT "Flaying- the Fool, or (lie Tragedy of ;i Wasted Life" SALVATION ARMY BAND WILL ATTEND ;