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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 3, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta ^Ass PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta HE Flowers that Bloom in the-Spring are out-classed by the Flours that Bloom all the Year Round-Pride of Alberta and Mother's Favorite-Taylor Made. Burbank Seed Potatoes I'iiirly. lavti'c white mealy, suuiII-i'vchI. very hesl quality a limil(>(l (iitantity of these to arrive this week. Leave orders now il'yoii wniK stniie. Extra Quality Roman Beauty Apples l.ar.u'e si/.e. all Xo. is. all this week.. Kxli'a special ])ei- ease . . . $2.00 (LESS THAN THE WHOLESALE COST TODAY). OFFICE PHONE 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 5 25 YOU imr^^^^ ^* your kitchen Your Grocer will Supply it MARKETS MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES WiimlpeR. April Opening and closinp prices on the grain exchanges to (lay were: M;,v ........... U6^s llU's .'h.lv ..�........... 11"^ >-'0-% Oals- BREAD WINNERS ^vh.o eat Model 'Biukery Breutl are sure of a fflood return for rheir labor. It is wliole-.�^ome. nourishing and a o-reai muscle Imild-er. . Some people say they do not like baker's Ijruad. but that is hecauiie they do not eat Model Bakery Eread. It l� without doubt the be�t flavoured bread it is possible to mal.i No. 1 No. ; No. 'J No. 4 No. n No. ti No. I Oat.-*- No. 2 r. VV................. No. ;-, c. w................ Extra No. 1 i-'eed .......... No. 1 Keed ................ No. L' Feed ................. Barley-No. H .................1---- No. 4 ..................... rietpcted.................. Flax-No. 1 N. W. C............... No. 2 e. W.................. ^ Chicago Wheat .May ............ UT July............ Utfii; Sepl............. 1141.12 Minneapolis V/heat May ............ US'- July .........'... ll� 42 40a^ I'.M 12Ui,K 11S�-'^ 122U 122'i DOES FOOD DISTRESS YOU When that feeling of discomfort comes to your stomach after entlng-take care, for it. may be the tore-ninnt'i;, of something jerioiis. Nyal's Dyspepsia Tablets rtiil ciire any form of Indigps-!ion. dyspepsia, etc. The laljlets stimulate the wealiened organs into healthy normal action. Price 2-;3c tV: oOc. The Red Cross DrMg & Book Co., Limited CITY A N D DISTRICT For Patriotic Fund Tlie hon. treasurer, U. J. Ritchie Paterson, acknowledges the recclpl of J4 from Null .Nelson of Milk River. For Red Cross The lion, treasurer begs to arknow-ledge receipt of $6M from the Letter Carriers and $4.00 from the Empire Confectionery. Agency for Gas Saver The Superior .Supply Co. have secured the agency for Alberta for a gasollue saving device for autos known as the Compensating Vapor Ping. Rehearsal at Theatre The rehearsal of the "V" boys play. "The t'pper Trail," will be at 7 o'clock 'tonight at the .Majestic theatre. The boys are requested to bring their make-up as this will be a dress re-hean^al. Improve Barrack Grounds ' Superintendent Pennefather of the -Mounted Police is out to make the barracks grounds vie with the Gait Gardens this year in beauty. Shrubs and perennials are^l.^'ng secured which viU be planted a; the entrance of the grounds, while at logical points throughout the whole .grounds shrubs and flowers will be set out. In order lo help out the superintendent has had a greenhouse erected where many of the plants are already started. \ Livestock Prices I Calgary-Hogs S9 to Jin.47: steers i $5,7.'> to $7..50; cows $4 to $�..'.0; heif-I ers J6.50 to J7.U0. i C.hicago-Hogs $0.7.7 to jy..7.") cattle I JJ.flO to 59.8U: sheep $6.30 to $11,.70. NG WtEK IN In this Column Will be Published Every Monday Church Announcements for the Coming Week. Notices for This Column Should Reach this office not later than 10 a.m. Monday. Announcements of Enter-talrunents for which Admission is Charged will not, of course, be accept. �d for this column. . At. Pentecostal Mission Tue.sday at 8 p.m.. Prayer and the ;Word, �' Thursday �t 8 p,m., special wailing upon God tor, the Baptism of the Holy Ghost, At Scientist Wednesday at S p,m,, testimony i nieetlnfr monthly business and social meeting at the home of Mrs. Hart. 12lh Street C North. Wednesday prayer service in liie church, Friday at 4.16 and S o'clock, choir practice. At St. Mary's I AVednesduy at S p.m.. service ot in-At Baptist I j tercession. There will be no services during the ! Thursday at 10,?,0 A.m.. i-elebniiiin week owing to the special services at I of holy communion. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon prices-Wheat ......... Oats .......... Flax ......... Barley ........ ................ ;in V- ............... If,! ............. 41. Track prices : Wheat ..................... 104 H Oats ...................... :',4'2 Flax ..................... I77'i LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers. >>',- lo 7. Fat cows. .7% to 11'i. Slieep-Choice killing v.etlier^. S. Sheep-Choice kllliiig owes, 7'... .Select liogs, l'''.'-?0(i ihs., '.>. Bolduan^s Improved Poison Grain Tlie SlMudiU'd (iiopher I'oisoii of tli(> West. Tesictl with live u'ophcrs in our .Factory hel'ore being itaeked. Prices $1.00 and 50c per package J. D. HIGINBOTHAM & CO,, LIMITED THE "REXAp." STORE Au'ents See that this brand is on the next sack of Flour you buy It Will Pay You Ellison Milling and [levator Co., Ltd. A PROFESSION versus A JOB \VK IIAVI"^, .SJ't-lN'r A tJFETlME STLTDT-IXG TUJ-; ART uporl, miner, l-jnglisli; H. Jurgens, farmer, American; P. K. AlcUoau, bricklayer, Canadian, and .\. Davis, lumberjack, English. rewing a( the home of .Mrs. Forbes,', l)e addressed by ^^�angell8t Bogne. 240 lath Street North. Thursday at 8 p.m., choir practice. Friday at 8 p.m., preparatory seryjce conducted by Rev. A. 11. Denooii'. Friday at 7.30, intermediate Chris-tian Endeavor. At Wesley Wednesday, the mid-week prayer service will be conducted by the pastor. / Wednesday atieruooii, the regular monthly meeting of the iiadles' ,\id in ill0 church parlor. Important busl-noss; every niombei' asked to be present. , ' Thursday evening, regular choir practice. At Westminster Tonight, consecration night of the Bpworth League. Tuesday at 7.30, Queens of Avelon. TuBSdny night, Admij Bible class, life..:, WvangellRi meetings will every evening this week. be held Wheat Jumping \Vlio.-ii took f.nothpi- bulge today ami the farmers are smiling as a result. May wheat closed at $1.19%. a gain of cents from Saturday's close, and a gain of over 10 cents in a week. Minneapolis May wheat jumped to $l.a2Vi(. while Chicago went to $l.20Vi. These are the highest prices seen since about the middle of February. PHONE 1313 PHONE 1313 GRAIN! Smith, Murpky & Co. GROUND FLOOR SHERLOCK BUILDING, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG, fVlAN. Phone us for prices and shipping instructions before you bill your car. We are paying special attention to consignments of grain lo the Cfilgary 'J'oi'minal elevator. "The prppt of the profits Is in the returns." W. K. PORTER, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH; Death of Taber Man Typliold fever claimed anoilier victim when Emerson Bristol L)e Groaf died this morning at the Gait hospital. Uoceased, aged 43 years, was a farmer near Taber. Me leaves, besides his wife, live children to mourn his loss; a little one about seven years old is at present in the hospital suffering from typlioid also. The remains were sent on this afternoon's train to Tabor where interment will take place. At the Men's Own a very Interesting address was delivered by Kvangolist Buguo ut the nieetjne of the .Men's Own yesterday afternoon. Tht.s was the monthly opei' ! ;i'.'ssloti and th