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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta ^��������������P"S|ilHS^W^^ *^ "'IP^ .>REE bUS tO^ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor teost.$1.2BVa Day Hotel in Alberta. LETHBR'IDGE DAILY HERALD 'FLORIST5;�^Sf, ENOS BACON The Ywkshire Nightingale Noted Singer, Entertainer and Lecturer The man witli two distinct ^'oices. AVESLEY CHURCH, MONDAY AND TUESDAY, APRIL 5th AND 6th. ONE PRICE TO ALL-25 CENTS, i . RESERVE THIS DATE. Buy Cannsd Vegetables and Fruits by the Case and Save Money Assorted Vegetables, all Al goods:-6 large tins Tomatoes, 6 tins Corn, 6 tins Peas .and 6 tins Beans; all for . ........... .....  -$2.50 AssortcHl Fruits iji lieuvv s^vrup, all sanitary- tins::-Raspberries, 8traAA-l)errles, Pitted Clicrrios;' I'eachevS, Pears and Green Gages. 24 tiu-s assorted': all I'o]-.....  � ....... ...... �...... �'�S3a95;- Remeniber. First Class Apples, in the Jinest eondition {i>1.50 & .$l.fi5 Office: THE GOOD CO. store: Phone 1271 HiGH-cLASs GROCERIES Ptwe 525 m If - Farmers! To Assure Big Crops OP Best Quality Use Our Guaranteed Formaldehyae And Our Guaranteed Pure Strycluilne The Red Cross Drug & Book Co., Limited Phone 555 Third Ave. S. WEATHER Max. llin. Lethbridge, snow .... 47 27 .02 BdmoiUoa, fair...... 38 -26 Calgary, cloudy...... 46 28 Medicine Hat, fair ... IS 28 Moose Jaw, clear .... 43 12 Prince Albert, clear... 32 12 Regina. clear'....... 57 15 Minnedosa, clear ..... 26 6 Winnipeg, clear..... "4 6 Port ArtUur, clear .... 18 2 Nelson........... 53 32 The weather throughout the prairie provinces has been fair and moderately cold.  Forecast Manitoba-Fair and cold. Saskatchewan and Alberta-Fair and moderately cold today, with local snowfalls. Death of Infant The death occurred' veBterday of little Aleck Nesbltt, son of E'mest Nes-bitt of the R.N.W.M.P. The little fellow was four months of age and much sympathy is felt for the parents in their bereavement. The funeral took place from the residence, 208 Ninth strost South this afternoon, and was in charge of the S. Y. Hurst undertaking parlors. Grand To be given by LETHBRIDQE LOCAL Federation of Musicians ON TO-HIGHT - MARCH 29th -IN  K. of P. Hall Moved to Salem, Ore. Wm. Dower, who for the past three years, has been a resident of Leth-bridge, and was the proprietor of "Our City" dye works,'has disposed of his interests here and will, move to Salem, Ore. While in the city; Mr. Dower has inade many friends, and established himself in a good business, and In his departure Lethbrldge 5oses a good and thrifty citizen. Poor health has brought about the change, and it is hoped that the coast climate will bring the necessary results. DANCir^Q. 9 TILL 2 Nine Piece Orcheitra Attandance. in Gentleman and Lady......$1.00 Additional Lady ............50c FARMERS! SHIP YOUR CREAM To Crystal Dairy Ltd. and receive the best prices. SWEET CREAM-36c per pound Butter Fat SOUR CREAM-33c per pound � Butter Fat. Wa Pay Express Charges. Crystal Dairy Ltd. LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA START THEM RIGHT Give the Kiddies a good start for the summer months. Put them on a bottle of Higinbotham's Malted Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil and Hypoi^iiosphites before the hot weather sets in. Pre-digested, Nourishing,- Fattening. Easy to taJce. 7oc a bottle J.D.HiginbottiamSfCo. Ltd The ^fMoSt Store CITY AND DISTRICT Anglican Bishop of Calgary to Visit , The iLord Bishop of Calgary, in ' whose diocese Lethbridge is situated, will visit St. Cyprian's Church on Wed-, nesday evening next, for the purpose ! of administering the sacred rite of Confirmation. . The Bishop is always a welcome visitor in Lethbridge, and a good congregation will no doubt as semble at St. Cyprian's to greet his Lordship, whose long e.\perience' in the western country makes his discourses most Interesting. Evangelistic Services St. Andrew' was again jjack-ed to the doors last evening to hear the address by Evangelist Gllbart on "Five Lost Men/' A profound impression was made. ;The servicve in Westminster at was conducted by Evangelist McPherspn.  His address on "Religion TiCSted"? was greatly en joyed. This week will see the close of the series.. Each -night is of spec ial interest. Special attention is called to Monday and Tuesday night-rMon-day for ladies only and Tuesday for men only. The entire programme appears ln-:anofbe(E'-r>art of the paper. Song service at-7.45 each evening. THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column ohould reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication BAKING DAY STEADIES An emergent meeting of North Star Lodge No. 4, A.P.& A.M., will be held tonight in the Masonic hall at S p.m. Third degree. Visitors cordially welcome. CARD OF THANKS Mrs.. J. Haimes and family desire to express their ,sincere appreciation to their many friends for kindness and sympathy e.xtended in their late bereavement. Also for the many beautiful flowers." ' 91-1 CARRICK SAYS WESTERNERS , ARE DOING FINE HIS IS em MAD[ Port Arthur, Ont., March 29.~Lieut.- Col. J. J. Carrick, M.P., assistant Ca-,______,,,,., T nadian Eyewitness, in a private cable }>^^\^/,�f;^�^^�f says'. . � "A Canadian division, after one month in the trenches, has just come out tor a rest. They are all looking fine, aixd their total" casualties have been small." This is understood to refer to the 8th Battalion, which includes the Winnipeg, Port Arthur arid Fort William troops. Funeral-of J. Haimes The funeral of the late Joseph Haimes took j.'iace from the family residence, 837 Sixth street South on Saturday afternoon. Rev. G. H. Cob-bledick officiated, and the funeral arrangements were in charge of the S. Y. Hurst undertaking parlors. ' The stable and street department employees of the city attended in a body, and al^ a number of the city office employees Deceased was an employee of the city and was highly regarded among his fellow workme^. Many beautiful wreaths adorned the casket, amOng which were large wreaths from the stable and street department employees and another from the city employees. JIuch sympathy is extended to the bereaved family. ' ? ? ? > > ? ? * : > ? ? WILL GERMANY MAKE PEACE MOVE SOON London, March 27.-Th'? Copenhagen ccrrespondent of the National Zeitung states that a firm opinion prevails in Germany that peace will be made with Russia by the end of May. . The feeling in Germany is that the position is hopeless unless Germany can conc'lude a separate peace. The fact, too,, that Kitchener's army of 3.000,-000 trained men are ready to take the field is increasing German fears, and the people are being deluded with talk of a separate peace. ? ? > : : That Lethbridge's first contingent of 25 hoys who .went with the first contingent- battery have been in the tiring line is toid In ah interesting letter received by Mrs. Hendrie'from her son Jim, "who was formerly on the carriers' staff at the local post office. Writing from France on March 5, he says: "I suppose by this time yo.u will card. I had not time received your letter, so sent tticqard. Wo were up at the firing line wiieiT I-goi.yotir letter and just dropped .the card, 'because one cannot sit down to write in peace, as you never kno)V when you 'will be called to the; guns. Now, however, I am back'totlie horse lines for a few days and can-.find time to make up lost ground; ,' ' � ,-. ''During this pliase of the war wo w;ill be up at the front in reliefs, one party of ^^meri going up for three or four days, and tfieh'being relieved by another ::party, and' brought down to the hor8e;columns. � , "i suppose if you could come over and see .our guns in.J3.o^ltion you 'would never dream of their'Wearness to the actual firing line. Everything seems so peaceful: no hurrying of men or horses, no bul'iets or shells flying around-nothing, in fact, to make you think war was on, except the sight of occasional-: staff officers, transports and ambulance wagons. Of course, there is at times heavy gun fire all round, .hut when one looks at the peasants calmly working in the fields close by, one-might'risk the.ppinion that the anny was holding a big field day. The people of the villages close around seem to be following their usual mode of lite, unheeding of the fact "that his tory is beinj; made right at their doors 'Wo are comfortable here, considering the circumstances. We ai'�| sleeping in lofts, and can keep ourselves warm and dry, though. 1 woulS not say clean.' However, that cannot be expected at the front", where we must admit we are. In spite of all ap-pearances to the contrary." Another letter, written .to Miss Agnes Heudrie from her brother from France, Februan' 21, tells of the trip across, and the billet before goinf-up to the firing line. It says, in part; "We had a very interesting tTlp| froin England to France; or rather this part of France, for. our sea voy age 'was dull, in spite of the Kaiaer'ef llireat to catch and torpedo our trans port ships. We had an eld cattle boatl to come over on, and first class acooiy^;^^ modation in the hay pile,, or amonvi' the oats, with menu of, bully beef,' hard biscuit and jam. . The train journey was moja interesting, travelling as we were through a strange country, with strange customs to note The scenery was very .commonplace nothing like so interesting as wo.uld bel seen in the same length of travel Inr the west. . . We had-a fine, large] airy bedroom (heavy on the airy) with a "beautiful carpet of straw on' the floor-Incidentally, the carpet Isl also the bcdtick. Altogether, we are] having a lovely time. The day we ar rived was a day of much heavy fighting. We could hear the contlnuousj firing of the heavy artillery quite plainly all the morning and well Into] the afternoon; then at night plainly see the flashes of the shrapnel." Union Evangelistic Services in St. Andrew's Church Song Sen ice 7.45 THE CLOSING WEEK RALLY"-(Ladies only)-Married TONIGHT-"YOUNG LADIES Ladles also invited. SUBJECT-"A LADIES' BOUQUET." Programme for This Week Ladles' Rally"-(Ladies MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., March 29.-Opening and closing prices today were: Wheat- Open Close May............ 147% 148% July:............ 14GV2 147% October........ 113% 114i4 Oats-May ............ (il% 62% July............ C2i/s 62% Closing Cash Prices Wheat-No. 1 Northern.......... 147% No. 2 Northern.......... 146% No. U .Northern......... Oats-No. 2 C. W.............. No. 3 C. W.............. Barley- No. 3................. Flax-No. 1 N. W. C.......... .. Chicane Wheat .Mav ......., . .. 14S July....... ...... 11814 September ......... 108 Minneapolis Wheat May..... ....... 140-'>.i July............ 13.0% September........ IIOV2 144 60% 58% 175% 149% 121% 109% 143-% 138% 111% The Men's Own The benediction pronounced by Dr. Levering brought the fourth meeting to a close in the Men's Own yesterday, in which Evangelists Gllbart and -Mc-Pher.�!on 'were the principal qpeakera, As on the three previous occasions, and by virtue of Mr. Gilbart's personality, joined to his unmistakable con viction, the evangelist held his audi ence in his grip and preached a most impressive sermon on "The Birthrights of Caftadian Men." The things that maice up a strong man, the speaker considered, were the building up of a strong physical consitution, a good intellectual education, the attainment of normal success and achievement, the development of a pure character, and the securing of the soul's salvation. Mr. Gilbart's interpretations were so conviticlng that any sane, thinking man could not but accept them, and the large gathering of men was amply repaid for their visit to the Men's Own. Evangelist McPherson rendered a beautiful solo. only)-"A In- MONDAY 8 P.M.-"Young Ladles' Bouquet." TUESDAY 8 P.M.-"Men's Rally"-(Men only)-"AgnoBticism, fidelity and Christianity." WIDNE8DAY 8 P..M.-"Popular Amusements." THURSDAY 8 P.M.-Announced later. FRIDAY 8 P.M.-Good Friday Evening-"The Five Wonders of Jesus." be the Best-Do your part in producing this result. The Closing W^ek will DON'T DRINK MUDDY WATER When you can set FRESH BUTTERMILK delivered to your house at 15c per Gallon. Phone 1576 CRYSTAL DAIRY LIMITED. Whole Crew of F'4 is Given Up; Loss is 21 Men Honolulu, T. H., March 27.-At 5 I p. m. today the dredger California still was unable to make fast to the submarine F-4, suhu)crgcd outside the liarbor since Thursday morning. It i was reported tliat the officers direct-; ing the rescue work, convinced that the F-4's 21 men were all dead, had decided to postpone further efforts to the submarine until tomorrow jin afderto give their worn-out crews ' a night's rest. The most optimistic of the naval officials here conceded tonight that there -was no reasonable chance of ; any of the submarine's crew <$i 21 men being taJfeu out alivci Herels Where Coffee Belongs The active principle in coffee ii and druggists emd physicians put it medicine case along with other'dru|;i Thousands of coffee drinkers ar< the effects of the drug in nervousness, bilious ness, dull headaches, sleeplessness, heart," etc. - There's only one sensible thing if coffee hurts you-quit iti And for a drug-free, nourishing, delightful beverage, use Instant Postum - Made from whole wheat, �with a bit of wholesome molasses. Postum comes in two forms: Instant Postum, soluble, made In the cup instantly, with hot wiiter, 30c and 50c tins; and the original form, Postum Cereal, has to be well boiled. 15c and 25c packages. Both are equally delicious, and cost per cup about the same. ' Postum has pointed tfo way to freedom from coffee ills for thousands- "There's a Reason" j -^sold by Grocers everywhere. Canadian Poitui^ Cereal Co., Ltd., Windsor, Ont. 4.if,-' 18 B3D ;