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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta free bOsTO all TRAINS. Hotel Windsor Best $1.26 a Day Hotel In Alberta. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ' V^^'^yhi FABMEKS! SHIP YOUR To Crystal Dairy and receive, tlie. best prices. SWEET CREAM-36c per pound Butter Fat. SOUR -CREAM-33c per pound Butter Eat. ........ We Pay" Express rCharges. Crystal Dairy Md. LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES THAT'Soneof the 41 great advantages of Beaver Board. It can either be nailed direct to wall and^ ceilirig beains, or put over old," cracked plaster walls. Wallpaper is not used in either case, as you.get nioce beautiful, durable and sanitary results by painting. ; Beaver Boaid is CMaly and-quickly put . np, is very ' strong, makes a house warmer in winter, cooler in sunuqer. We can't begin to tell you all its merits here; but write us or call, and get full J.B. TURNEy AND CO., � LIMITED. District Distributors ' Phone 765 Lethbridge : : ; Alberta Winnipeg, Man., March 30.-Opening and closing prices today: . Wheat: May...........�. .. 149% 151% July..............., 148% 150% October .;. :........ 115. 116M; WINNIPEG CASH PRICES ' '^Vheat: ' No. 1. Northern ............ 150% No. "2." Northern ............. 149% No. 3 Northern .....'......... 146% Oats: No. 2. C. W............. 61% Barley: No. 3................. 75 Fiax: No.. 1. N. W. C.......... 176i4 AMERICAN MARKETS  Chicago Wheat; May ... ............. July ..... _______ .. September......... Minneapolis Wheat May ............. July............... Septemb^ . 151 153 121% 123 109% 111% 143% 146% 138% 140% 112% 113 A Berlip,, Germany, despatch says: "German spring . fashions . according to the , Cologne dazette, will include ladlies' touQiies in the shape of tor-pedoei.'* * ', naktiStubhorn Coughs ^ Vanish in a Hurry timmllr ud Ckca*It Made at Hoate Buy Canned Vegetables and Fruits by the Case and Save Money vVssorrpd y'o.^-otalilGs, alT: Al goods':-6 large, tins Tomatoes, (> tins Corn, 6 tins Pcus.and 6 tins Beans, all for . . . ,'.: $2.50 Assorted Fruits in heavy syrup,-all sanitary tins::-Itaspberiries, Strawberries, Pitted Cherries,' .PcaclieS,. PeaTs and Green Gages. 24 tins assorted; all for ................... .$3.95 lleniemljer, First Class Apples, in the linest condition .1^1.50 & .$1.05 Office: THE GOOD CO. Store: Phoiiel271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES P^we 525 WEATHEB bethbrldge, fair ........ 38 2^ .02 Calgary, cloudy ...... 4G 28 Medicine Hat, fair..... 41! 28 Mose Jnw, clear ....... 39 Winnipeg, cloudy ...... 26 .hould miss this address. Song serVice at 7.45. We will have ,a male voice choir tonight, riieri, sp don't miss it. Farmers! To Assure Big Ci'ops OF . Best auality Use Our Guaranteed Formaldehyde And OmV'Guaranteed Pure Strychnine The Red Cross Drug & Book Co., Limited Phone 555 Third Ave. 31 Gopher All ready to "plant" Nd fus?! and bother, and what is of mpn |rriportance NO DANGER In making ready for use. Twenty or thirty kernels to a burrow do the trick. Guaranteed by the makers. Samples on request to the agents. 25c, 50c and $1.00 packages J.DJiginbQtliain&Co.Ltii The ^BMOSI Store THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication L.O.O.M. 792 meet tonight in the Moose hall, Second Ave. and 5th St. South'at 8 o'clock. . LOMOND Lom'ond, Mar. 26.-Five loads of young, people, drove over to Midway, some of whom took part in St. Patrick's entertainment on the 17tlJ. All enjoyed themselves to full capacity. Three of Lomond's artists went to Armada on the 19t(h to take part in their e.\cellent program. Have yew met His Majesty "La Grippe" yet? A number are suffering from the effects of his majestilc touch. Many farmers are being given their share of government hay these days. Mr. G. 'V. Couper is-serving.In his capacity as constable for the growing town of Lomond. We are sorry to say that Mr. Peterson died from the. injuries ca,used by the building wliich he and others were moving, being accidental'iy drawn upon him. A postmortem 'was held and it was found that he was also siitterlng from pneumonia which undoubtedly was- brought on after his ihjupry. The funeral was held on the 14th, interment being made at the Lomond cemetery,- and the line of vehi-oles showed' In a small measure how he was' esteemed in this.locality.. � Abe Parker Is having the inside" of his store freshened by a coat of paint. Lomond is being favored witih two mixed trains a week now. Miss marguerite Finlay. was ill a few days] but we are glad to say that she is improving no'w.. Mr. Porteous had a sale on the 18lh and on the following day he and his family, left for Innlsfail for a visit with Mrs. Porteous' parents, prior to going to, Ontario where they will 'live. Lomond wauld rather see people arrive than leave. Tihey Will be missed in town. The B;4ght Prospect church was moved to town last Friday. It will be fixed up and the weekly service wH'i be held there. The Sunday services are teing'conducted at' seven o'clock from now on. A welcome to all. The successful dealer gives his customer, promptly;' the article asked for; but there are many always trying to substitute someething that shows them a larger profit, that is !why bulk tea and other.packeet teas ! are often foisted on the customer in place of "SALADA." , In St. Andrew's Church Song Service 7.45 THE CLOSING WEBK m Programme for This Week Tliesday 8 p-m.-"Me,n'.s Ually"-(Men only) "Agnosticism, Lificlelity laid. Oliristianity." WEDNESDAY 8 pTM;-i-''Popu'lar Amusements." THURSDAY 8 P.M.-Announced later. FRIDAY a P.Mi-r-Good Friday Evtninfl-"The Five Wonders of Jesus." The-Closing Week will-be the-Best-Do your part In producing this result. 'mm- "The Junior Garden'^ ByiheJur\iorJDepart-ment of Wesley Bible . School in Wesley Hall Thurs. April 1st 8 p.m. Silver collection THE BELL--LETHBRIDGE RIVER-A DREAM I stood one day as the s,un went down By the banks of a mighty stream, I gazed on ,its waters rich and brown And then on th'e bank I laid me do'wn And saw as in a dream A mighty torrent that went rolling on Its waters being thick with slime; ' I asked the name of this river of shame Was told' 'twas the "Belly," and- had been the same Since the beginning of all time. And then I dreamed of a city fair By this dark river's shore, Whose city fathers had made the boast They would change its name at any ; cost" And drinic of its slime no more. The name was changed as they claimed it would And 'twas given a name most rare, And Its waters'ran dear as crystal bright^ . With never a color from morn till night; Oh, God, but the sight was fair. . But when I awoke to life once more, Bisappolntment chilled my blood. I found the name had been changed with care-But whether 'twas "Belly" or "Leth-brldge" fair. The city that'stood on its banks so near Still drank of its liquid mud. ANON. ITALIAN POLICE BUSY Rome, March 29.-The police of Italy are working hard to ferret out and prosecute persons attempting to deal in contraband of war. They also are searching for foreign spies. DON'T DRINK MUDDY WATER When you can qet . FRESH BUTTERMILK delivered to'.your house at 1Sc per Gallon. ^ ' Phone 1576 CRYSTAL DAIRY LIMITED. To make good use of knowledge, one needs a strong body and a clear brain-largely a matter of right food. Grape-Nuts FOOD contains proper nutriment -for building body and brain-for renewing the tissue cells that are, exhausted dally by'work and. r.r; a- ' r Grape-Nuts feed is made from, whe'at'and barley-contains all their.nutriment, including those vital nitneral salts found under the outer coat, which are espec-lally'^necesBory for the dally upkeep of nerves and brain. "THERE'S A REASON" FOR Grape-Nuts MADE IN CANADA -sold by Grocers everywhere Canadian Pbstum Cereal Co., Ltd., Windsor, Ont. Send this Advertisement with 25 cents to Blue Ribbon, Limited, WinnliJeg, for the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. The best cook book for use in Western Canada. Write namb and address plainly (jiKLS "ERRONEOUS, NOT VICIOUS" /Detroit Judge Denounces Mothers of Modern ; "Chickens From 14 to 22'- Youth is not vicious these fast-going days, but it is in error, and the error is one whose, responsibi'llty lies with the mothers. Judge Henry S. Hulbert of Detroit's Juvenile Court, so declares in a commentary on iiondltlons that confront the young, a coiniraentary whose tenets are conatnicted from his wide experience with yo.ung girls In the habit-forming stage of life. . And for the second'tline.wlthln'two^days he sounded a not^ of'warning to the mothers of Detroit in particular:! And he acpompahled . his warning with a threat to press neglect charges against- the careless''mothers. i.'l?Cn6w.,-where'your'flalught^rs are at night, and; how they.'dress," is Judge Hulbert's'injunctlon tO'the moUiers of Detroit. .'"^Yqu'caii know.-.^It is your duty to know,. Morajs; are loose affairs in; ;,the!se,, days.'; They need tightening up. We 'must look to the mothers to do" tiie tightening. "I say Without qua'iification that the thing that most'heeds/correction in young girls today is,,the matter of dress. What we need to do is to go baolt to the pigtails' ancl' the gingham gowns of Sis Hopkins.''We find today thatglrls at the tender ft^e of 14 years are aping tli,eir elders in,a mad desire to be in the, mode.. They flaunt themselves before the greedy gaze of men,, who are only too eager for a new adventure. ' " 'Some chicken,' Is the classification these men have for the type mother'should be saving. 'Some chicken' is any age from 14 to 22. She wears thin-soled pumps on slushy days, and transparent" stockings tor all occasions.' She selects a cold day to bare her slender throat and to wear a thin shirt waist. It puffs are in vogue, her head Isia-mass of them. 'Hatsire -i^ora aslant anil iSlie affects'her'p 'overman eyebrow, giving her face a-perpetual 'como on, boys''" winic. If skirts are narrow she cannot step with comfort. There is a heart-shaped beauty spot /laced deltly near oheC oorner of her mouth. .. ....... "She is,adept with cosmetics. She can aocoiiipliBh the hectic flush of the poster girl, or the paMor of Naxlmova.-Her conception o'f life is .obtained from the vulgar mouthings,of cl\flap vaude-villiana, the cheaper class of motion pictures and yellow literature. "She Is Illy nourished because she would rather spend 50 .cents to,go to a fox trot than to put tlje same'amount in a decent meal. If you speak to her about her 'future,' she Bays 'C'Blush!' and goes .off to a menu of muddy coffee anA pastry! "AlH))f!se,th'lnKB It is,'!\'lthin' vince a!jditjv|.'/jp'pvt{^t of mothers to' cor- rect. If they did, there would be le work for the juvenile courts, and.gir would find,themselvesrof some^uso; their employers, instead of being; t1{ nonentities that many of them are; "Mothers fail to eBtafblish ideals, fI their daughters and , in : f onsequen^ they fall to produce character.',' WOMAN COULD HARDLYSTANI Because of� Terribly ache. ReU�veaJby;tydia E. rihkham'.: Vefcita-ble C^mpduriil ' f Philadelphia, Fa'.-"1 sjiflte^^, fr. displacement and inflanihiiitiah^^atid hi ' �sides',.and terribi backa'clie so thatT could' Hardly, 8tah( I tbofcBix to^^^ Lydla E' Pirikl povindiandnowl^ dp^�ii'y lamdontf goc^; ttnd don'irfaiky a bit of ;tronbleiJl reeommend Ly^iai Pinkham's Vegetable ' Gbmpound''t every suffering womami"-Mn(.HAlUll Fi$HER, 1642 Juniate Sthiet^ Fjiiladel phia, Pa. ; . i , Another Wonmn^s Pase. Providence, R. I.-^'I.canndt bb-_ too higbiy (if icour Vegetabje^Cpmpouj as It naa. dqne wonderavforMna am Vvould not be Without Ji.t.'^M had a of .your .Vegetable Compound many of myjf riends..''f-Mrs: AbrOi BON, 126 Lippltt St, Providence, R. I Danger Signals'to'Women are what one phyeician called baekac. headache, nervouBnesB; an^ tbe^bliii In many cases they are, Bymptpms some female der^ngernent^or an inf niatory,'ulcerative copditipn, which be ;over�sbm'e by taking Jjydia'" ' ham'sVegetable Co^poUna; "1 ofAniep^wptBeo wil" ' Its virtuifc ;