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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up J DAILY HERALD f Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel in Alberta .em CALIFORNIA AND ,1'IX.K VIM'LKS NOW ON THE MAKKKT WE WILL HAVE REGULAR SHIPMENTS OF THESE THROUGHOUT THE SEASON. WEEK- END CALIFORNIA ill splon iliil amdilion. flavur fine. IHM baski'l -----20c SINGAPORE larse size; FRESH pounds fur ...........25c GREEN hunches tor ............10c FRESH srown. per bunch 5c VVINTER iJeaillit'S. Pippins. sncohi! pi-r CHSI> Or pmmds for ........................25c FRESH HORSE yrown null purkoil hy Al fannei-s. put Ul> in pint sealers. price earn .............................40c ALBERTA ONTARIO and _ Per 1HI pound sack.....................51.35 EARLY ROSE SEED POTATOES-Limited ciuantity. per FRESH PORK quality. fresh SuttmlJiy. pound ..............2bc MAGHATH CREAMERY 111 on l-'ri'.lavs, '2 pounds for ...................85c CANNED'CORN, PEAS and Brand, per tin- ..........................10c FRESH ho'jse srown. im- ported, extra fancy, each ...............30c THE GOOD CO. Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES PhtnC THE BULLETIN BOARD MARKETS GRAIN PRICES Jlav'l Opcnins; anil j The weather has on the gram exchanges I cloudy over tile entire 'west. 1 Forecast Close- j Manitoba and tast- 1 S3! !.-rly winds: fair, with much the same 1.63.'. i temperature tcday and Sunday. I 251 I Alberta East to north winds, showers in south, fair in north. liS Tuesday. SATURDAY'S Winnipeg. to all parts of the pn We guarantee to satisfy you rsgsrding your ice supply. RATES 10 Ibs. daily-----S2.00 per month 50 Ibs. pe Western Transfer C'o. Limited. PHONE 1163. I No. li Klax- I X. W. C............. 5IIX.VKAPQL1S Lethbridge. cloudy Edmonton, clear..... Calsary. cloudy...... Medicine Hat. clear clear...... Red Deer, i-louily.. liecina. cloudy...... Prince Albert, cloudy.. j Emerson, cloudy i Winnipeg, cloudy j Port Arthur, clear.. I Port Arthur, clear I Pentictcn 46 46 411 been as 35 IB .46 41 4; 40 40 41 mostly CITY AND DISTRICT District Court I Jackson will hold a session I District Court at Taher on j STRAW HAT FOR 25 Cents! A bottle of DYOLA HAT DYE or a bottle of COLORITE will make your last season's Straw Hat as good as new, and only costs you Twenty-Five Cents. The Red Cross Drug Book Limited Third Ave. S. Notlcei for Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day cf publication All members of the Knights of Py- 'thias are requested to turn out at the K. of P. hall tomorrow evening, to parade to St. Augustm's C'luircll. Vis- iting brethren welcomed. CITY AND DISTRICT Fred Jones Dead Mr. R Clfne of this city received word of the death of Fred L. Jones, u former partner 01" his. anil has gone to Great Falls to attend the funeral. .Air. was a prominent Great Falls business man. ALFALFA SEED Mr. Farmer: Your Opportunity to phm.l. so'inc of the seetl lluil lias jnade Alfalfa King Tanner famous Ihroiiglioul Ihe West. We have secured his entire i'rtip and are giving it a liniil eleaning before offering j'or sale. Order Early. Do not Jet (his chance gel away from you. 20 eenls pur pound I'.o.ii. Let lib ridge or .Raymond. Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Ltd LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA THE KING'S HOTEL 13th STREET NORTH PHOiVR 1456 OUR CUISINE AN'C SERVICE ARE UNEXCELLED. SUNDAY EVENING DINNER 5.30 1-V the proposed liquor legislation in j rise on Sunday, April '25. Six diner- Alberta is being held in Calgary today [ent beaches were use d and 1 he opBra- Umtk-r the auspices of the Federation lion was covered by the vholc fleet. or Labor. Two delegates have gone "The landing was immensely suc- the city anti the decision of the convention is being a'waited with much interest by all parties. Harry cessi'ul on live, beaches.. "On the sixth beach, near Seda-Pa Bahr, the'troops could not advance Xorria. head bartender at tlie Letii- hmtil'eveninjr, when a final attack' by bridge Hotel, is representing Local J the British infantry from the direc- Very Difficult Landing The operations of the landing army in the face of modern 'weapons and in spite of wire entanglements, under sen as well as on land, and of iumi minus, -das very difficult. The additional report, is that the fleot is filled with intense admiration over the .achievements of its military comrades. Casualties Are Heavy The casualties in the avmy neces- sarily have -been heavy. The casual- array. Must Cancel Stamps It has come to the notice of the I postal authorities that merchants who are required to stamp certain I goods with war stamps, are not in all; was the estimate of strong j1" j cases cancelling these stamps. of nrjt_ish, Australian and fin Eliz.beth stamps not cancelled misht he used j Drench forces at three fronts, name- onentions Turkish Var, again, a very heavy penalty is impos- j, A llstrafian alld New Zealand girajtg) aev. The result of the-first day's oper- cantains and officers and of transports also ittve taken eavy penalty is impos- 1 A ust rsons found guilty of 011 th part. The gjfWott Store INTERURBAN CARS Fremont. Ohio, .May 30 and 40 persons were injured, one pro- baniy fatally, when two interurbrm cars on the Lai-re.Shore electric rail- road collided near here, late today. Fire broke out in the wreckage im- mediately after the crash and both rs were hunied. According to Lake Shore officials, taJten to Clyde. ed against per neglecting to cancel stamps when first used. The penalty is a fine-of not less than ?50.00. To Patrol Outskirts The police commission, at its regu- ]ower slopes of Sari iroops on me IOWCL MUIJCO u. O.M- Hair, to the north ot Gaba Tcpe, British troops at Cape Tckch, at lene- lmie Cape Holies and near .Morto Bav, and m a French fofde on the Asiatic; shore at Kum Wajch, alter a gallant j attack toward Veni Shehr. pted to inter- vene, but have always made off di- rectly the Queen was at Turk Transport Destroyed At noon on the 27th, however, a Resall Orderlies keep tlie bowels regular and healthy. Their action -is gentle, mild and soothing. Sold only by J, Higinbolham Co., Limited, The Rexall Store, lOc, 25c and oOc leaving the shin free to quickly heal.j Ltd., Druggists, Lethbridge, Alta fying effect of D. D. D. that we (dangerous position. Fortunately one offer you the first full size bottle on of toe lines was lying within easy the guarantee that it will relieve your -reach, and he had presence of mind g. or your money refunded, D. .to turn the horses In a circle, whereby D. D. Soap keeps your skin healthy. ine n-as able ta extricate Himself from j Ask about it. Sold by J. D. Higinbotham Co., Jlis dangerous poaitlon. Hail which 'were attached to the li, D. D. D. D. IS MADE IN CANADA. -for Standard SUiu Remedy harrows become rrightftned and in nil probability Lester i have met with i Chinook Advance.' horrible WHOOPING COUGH SPASMODIC CROUP ASTHMA COUGHS BRONCHITIS CATARRH COLDS nple, safe nnd tffcctivc treatment avoiding i. Vaporized stops thepiroxysms -huoptni Cough end relieves Spismodlc Croup at once. It is a boon to sufferers, from Asthrai. haled vith ever] br> mtkes breadline e forces proceeded. On the morning of Tuesday 27th, alter repulsing a Turkish.'attack upon their left towards Cajie Mellcs, the onen session oV'tlio MeiiN O-n !allied force ailvaliccd, alld at eight j e held in Westminster jletho il> established in an entrench-! Ocl dist clnireh, -1 n.m. a Point about two niKcs north 01 Cape Tekch 10 a bell and the Mounted Times. Man's Own FLAX PAYS A Profitable Crop AM Round toiler ilax is selling just now at around 51.85 a bushel. That makes it Wilfrid Marsh sneaks on "The Pro-1 mv.cs norm oi 10 a prolltable crop in easli returns the a topic that .-Plateau above -De iotts bat- alone. always 'welcome. Weisk of Special Services Special services will be held in the Christian church, corner of Third av- enue and Eighth street, commencing tomorrow at 7.30 p.m., and continuing each evening at S o'clock. At these services the Rev. XV. O. Asher will, give addresses en fundamental sub. jects, and will Include tlie following "Is there a "The Or- iBin of the "Ncniilar Ilypo- "Origin of "Origin of and gaged almost constantly my ivho made strong repeated counter with the ene- crop. flax does not have to bo rusiieit attaeke, which invariably were rept.1s- into the ground tlie first, thing m the ed The Australian anti New Zealand Spring. Under normal conditions you troops fought 'with n firie spirit of de- termination. can sow it as late as the end of May, nuiiuuu... nd still have It do well. That en- Ou the morning of the 27th a fresh la'blcs a farmer to get in a much larg- Turhish division was 'launched acreage with the same equipment ainst Bair, pfewedsd by a heavy! and at the same time give the soil artllleiy fire. A hot engagement more thorough preparation, lowed. The oncniy came on boldly gives him a time after time, hut the Australians and New Zealand troops rcpirlscd them. The French troops fresh ground chance top, to break and sow it tlie same __..... at Kum Kaie'h were four times strongly found counter-attacked on the 26th, bul rc-'mcnt. a plan many be likely to follow thus 'obtaining a crop this ;