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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta LETH DAILY HERALD r Hotel Windsor is as good as SOME EXTRA GOOD VALUES BUYS 100 OF GOOD ALBERTA POTATOES. S2.35 BUYS A CASE OF'HARVEST BRAND ASSORT- ED CORN. PEAS AND BEANS. BUYS A CASE OF FRUIT IN HEAVY SYR'JP. ALL IN SANITARY TINS. S1.35 BUYS A CASE Of GOOD WINTER APPLES. BUYS A 90 lt> SACK OF BEST ONTARIO POTATOES PMVS A CASE OF HARVEST BRAND FINEST HAND PACKtU TOMATOES. WEATHEB j Lethbridge, cloudy cloudy Calgary, cloudy.. Medicine Hut. fair.. ilacleod. clear Prince Albert, fair.. Saskatoon, cloudy.. Regina. c'iear Winnipeg, cloudy.. Port Arthur, (air... Kainloops. dear I C E Delivered Daily to all parts of die city WE guarantee to satisfy you reaarding your ice supply. RATES 10 Ibs. per month j t-_ 20 daily.... S2.50 per month j Qa 30 Ibs. per month "Western Transfer Co. Limited. I PHONE 1183. MARKETS 64 t'.t; B4 Jl in 35 41; :n 40 44 TUESDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS Winnipcs, May 4. aud closing prices on the grain exchanges all over all the western provinces. Forecast All today and-on Wed- nesday, with a higher tempera- ture. today were Mav Open Close UiiU 1.64; 1.631 635 64; 63 i 643 JOHN BARLEYCORN j May May July 'CASH PRICES So. 1 Nor....... Xo. 2 Ko 3 Nor....... IXo.'-l 5 Xo. 2 C. W..... iXo. .1 C. W..... "Extra Xo.' 1 I'e Barley- No, t Feed Xn. 1 X. W. C. !Xo. 2 C. W. 1.30; 1.86J 1.6-1 1.61J 1.53} 1.54 1.43 Segur Goes South ira and lira. Segur spent last nisi" in the city. They left tor the sweet Grass oil fields this morning- Sons of England Notice The Sons of England K.R. degree meet tomorrow evening at S o clock sharo The entertainment committee i are refliies'ed to meet lit 7.45 sharp. I Special business. No Memorial Service The Ministerial association, meeting vesterdav. decided that the time was icarcelv ripe as yet for tlie holding o memorial service here in honor of fallen soldiers, and the event has heen postponed in the meantime. NYAL'S Iron Tonic Bitters -Kelt better' after tho That's a good deal to eav for any medicine, but have Heard ii fwm those "ho have- taken Xyalj Iron ionic Bitters- II is really the best tonic, we know of for that "tired reeling aud loss oi' energy. A LARGE-BOTTLE FOR A DOLLAR. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Photic 555 Third Ave. S. ALL Kentishmen Are invited to' Attend the Farewell Supper And Concert to The KENTISH MEMBERS OF THE C. E. F. S. O. E. HALL SATURDAY MAY 8 AT 7 O'CLOCK. Tickets 75i: can be obtained of the Secretary "MUVEK" SAYS "OITB f JOHN BARLEYCORN Wheat- May .July Sept. Jltay CITY AND DISTRICT fjuiv _ ;_ iSept -i Farewell Supper The Kenlishmen of Lethbridse are Eivin- a farewell banquet to the Ken- tlsbmen enlisted in the.'JOtli Batten' and the nth C.M.R. at Gardston and CHICAGO 1.S2 1.35J "MrSXEAPOLlS 1.5SJ 1.53J i.-22 District Court District Court sittings -will be held 63V next week. Judge Winter presiding. Three cases are to be heard: Thos. A. Ross, two charges of haling i-i his nossession stolen property; Mr. ice is for the defendant who, "3 is out on siooo bail at present. King Geo H Anderson, charge of per- 1-79? of King vs. Pollock; R. will plead. King vs.'-.onr. E. Simmons, charge of using a frajidu-j lent document. an Pin'cher Creek. The .banouet will he LOCAL Track Xo. 1 Northern 2 Northern xo. 3 Northern MARKETS giyen in the 3.O.E. hal! Saturday ev- j vyagon Load eninu next, and nroinises to be a sue-i Xo. J Northern j Xo. 2 .Northern I No. 3 1.62-} 1 35- 1.25 1.51J 1.21.'. 1.49 L44J cessful affair. 1.15 1.43 1.3S 1 I A Correction In yesterday's Herald it was stated i that the. City Commissioners had de- cided to cancel tlie contract with 0. M. Hatch for his use of the exhibition grounds in connection with MB com- mission business. This is incorrect. The commissioners ViSl not cancel the contract, provided-Mr. Hatch will re- move the large number of nigs he is at the grounds, and place the grounds in the condition he found them. THE BULLETIN BOARD Noticei (or this Column ihould reach Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day cf publication TKA'VERS Travels, -May 3.-A week ago Sun- dav Lomond played hail in the even- ing Bob I'limkctt took home with him six goose eggs. Tlie line-up oi the I ravers uan Mn'i- .McNeil', LOMOND Lomond, April Farter shipped a car of cattle anil one or. last Wednesday from Lomond. Alex. Jones left 'last week to pre- pare for the. war as a chauffeur. He is a first class mechanic in that line. Fanners urouml here were pleased I to see the rain Thursday and Friday laiui tiic-ir disappointments are dis- j polled. 1 Marry Ainlay is coining Saturday, to teach.the Midway school. There will lie special services here of Mother's Day, May !ith. The Dufl'erin school teacher has heen Too Much Vtre-Water i Three red brothers fell from grace ____________ j.yesterday in the escitmeut of city life. noman LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY i Jim Plaited Hair, James Spearchief catt.e S7.60. aud Bumble Bee procured task undertaken by local amateurs so far. The Roman scenery and cos- tu liies, which have been manufactured I Loyal Order of Moose. No. tonight at Moose Hall, S p.m business and initiations. brethren welcome. 795, meet General visiting stoop over, dip out the w a t e r. or touch the DOwl with vour hands Rid yourself of a disagreeable lousehold task by using It won't harm the plumbing con lections. It won't craze the'iowl t will keep ii clean as wax. 1 will clean the trap or unseen out which can't-be cleaned' in any other way. This insures a san ;ary and odorless .closet.- in Lethbridgc, are now ready for use. The first dress rehearsal, held in St. Basil's auditorium, anticipates the finest success ever scored by an amateur company. The actors have perfectly entered into the spirit of the drzuia, and interpret with an un- usual skill tlie salient points of the Homan character. cattle to S7.75, cat- He S6.ll) somewhere, and slept off the effects in the cells last night. Chief Joe FRENCH SAILORS HAVE LIFE COLLAR Paris. May sailor of the French fleet is to be provided with a life-saving collar. Five thousand of these lave already been delivered, fol- lofwing the sinking of the Leon Gam- Hea'iey acted j court this mornin ranged to pay th interpreter in the and afterwards ar- fines of the mis- CITY AND DISTRICT Hudson's Bay Holiday Instead of the usual half holiday on Wednesday afternoons, which the em- ployees of the Hudson's Bay stores nave been accustomed to during the past few summers, the management has decided, owing to conditions, that half the staff will be given the holi- dav each week, alternating with the other half of the staff. These noli- days will continue for four months instead of two, and will start tomor- when: a big picnic will be held at Henderson Lake._______ then tiie liUlc ones need a laxa- -Vll the wheat is in the. ground here now the early sowing coming up nicel'v All 'ive need now is a Rood I rain "or snow. The wheat will grow 'for two weeks yet without rain. The patriotic concert the L-intca Farmers and Auxiliary were to give April, has heen postponed until Mrs" Lewis from Granum, is here for the summer "with-her daughter, Mrs McLoy and son. Alfred Lewis. Clyde Holden is working a few days 'ladies' t-re have' started an egg I circle To grade No.-1-the eggs nave. to weight 14- 02. to the dozen. The j first shipment will- be-' Wednesday. Two auto loads motored up from 'Retlaw Sunday. 1 of the schools around here op- Ln'i-.l 3. Myrtle Heed, .of Vulcan, is visiting her father, Mr. Barnett Mr and Mrs. Jay Rickctt bunday MOOSE PAW ARCHITECT MISSING .Moose '.law, Susli.. -May Henry L'loyd O'wen .of Pwllheli, Wales, who is amongst .the missing, is a local architect, whose, work is well Known in Saskatchewan. cre-ants. Considering that close to SOD Indians spent yesterday in the city with plenty of money in their pockets there has been very little trouble. It is said that several thousand dollars was deposited by them ir, tie local banks. of sedentary habits take CAUSES OF CONSTIPATION of ewrciK, irregular honri and diet, nervoiu all tend to produce with train of evils indigMtian, nerr- oiuness. sleeplensness, and many ill: more striout. The gentle but sure laxative TO RELIEVE tablet crushed in tb. mouth (they to the tute) ind .Wallowed retiring i. usually .ulBcient. Where a action il let this be followed by one on mlnfc. If the is obstinate, however, take two tableU Sold by J, D, Ltd, German Arrested Joseph Manr. a 'German who at- tempted to cross the line at Coutts, 'was apprehended arid bro.usht back to this city yesterday, and interned. Well W Brennan or this city, a reservist who was called to his old regiment the D.uke of Cornwall's Light Infantry j last August, has been in the firing line j for six months, arid has managed thus far to keep from stooping any of the German bullets. Mrs. Brennan receiv- ed a letter this morning dated April 18, and in it he describes some very narrow escapes. At uhe Men's Own Mr. Wilfrid Marsh undoubtedly ren- dered an inestimable service to the open Men's Own session on Sunday af- ternoon by hie pregnant delivery upon the subject "The Problem of the Home." This was the third periodical visitation of. the speaker and tlie trio of addresses have each resulted in the distribution of a challenge and invita- tion to an Intensely practicable ami searching retrospect in connection with the topics discussed. The parent- al unceasing recognition that the child- ren of the home are to' be the men and women of tomorrow, and that the tuition the boys and gjils during their tender years is largely decisive of the. quality of men and women to be. The highest type of na tiona'l life invariably receives its in-, centive and inspiration from a 'well regulated home environment. "Tell Mr. Marsh said, "the distinctions of a nation's domestic life, and I will give you the summary of its national life." Moral and religious training are a heritage due to children by parents in a personal wayi and as an essential of a primarj rhaiaetpr to take nre- cedence even over an educational and material prospecthe of the children The addresj was prefaced by a de lightful solo by Mrs Laiton, followed with a pianoforte duet from Miss Clan- vllle and Mr. May, and a well-appre elated clarinet .contribution brought the session to [ION ___KES SERVING HOMES" THE NEW' PERFECTION Oil Cookstove, for-years manufactured in the United States, is now made in Canada. The Perfection Stove Ltd., at Sarnia, Ont., is_manufac- turing these stoves for distribution by .The Imperial Oil Company, Ltd., throughout the Dominion. The NEW PERFECTION is the best-known and most-liked oil stove in the world. Over are now in money and labor for their users and keeping kitchens clean and comfortable. The NEW PERFECTION brings gas stove conveniences to the kitchen. It lights like gas, cooks like gas. I, 2, 3, and 4. burner sizes. Ask vour dealer to show you a NEW PERFECTION Oil Cook- at Sarnia, by Canadian.workmen. If he can't supply you, wite us direct. 1 'BOTALITE on. GIVBS BEST RESULTS THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY Limited BRANCHES IN ALL CITIES Made in Canada ;