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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta r:ss_ PRINTING HERALD JOB'DEPARtMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta FOR SALE! TAYLOR MILLING & ELEVATOR CO., LTD. ' Some New Fresh Goods Just Received DILL PICKLES IN GALLON CROCKS. 3 GALLON PAILS AND 5 GALLON PAILS. OUR SPECIAL BLEND CEYLON TEA AND DECKA JULIA TEA. IMPORTED BISCUITS. DILL PICKLES, gallon iiofks. price each ?1,10 DILL PICKLES, :i siillim pails, piioe eaeli $2.45 31LL PICKLES, gallon pails, price oacli $3.75 3ARR'S PIERROT BISCUITS, SHORTCAKE SANDWICH, very fine, per lli............ 40c Our Special Blend, CEYLON TEA, per lb. )r X fur ............................ DECKA JULIA TEA, per lb............. . .45c $1.25 ..... 60c CARR'S TIPPERARY. SHOt�TCAKE BIS-CUIT, very flue (iiiullty. per lb........... 40c I. OFFICE PHONE 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 525 MONDAY'S Wlieat Open ... wiK Close May........ lU->4 July........ ... 1 tir.ii. Oi-t......... ... i(iii>-j Ill Oala-- .\iav........ ... .Inly........ . ... i:\ Oct......... ..... 40 l^arley - May........ ...... till l-'l ax- May ........ ... is:>i .Inly........ . ... l.SS HI::'-!! To Enlist With the New Unit 211th BATTALION AMERICAN LEGION Capt. MacGill has opened recruiting offices in the Lethbridge District where he will take recruits for the Crack American Corps, the 2IIth Battalion, with headquarters at Vancouver, flundreds of Americans are now fighting with the Canadians in the War for the principles of freedom. Four new battalions of Americans are now being raised in Canada. Help your Canadian brothers in the great fight by enlisting now with the 21 1 th. Recruiting Offices: at Lethbridge Hotel and Hull Block Winnipeg Cash Price* Wheat- I No. 1 .Northern ............. 1 IS i .Nil. " .Northern ........ .. ; -No. :i Northern ............. 1118-4 � Oats-No. 2 r. \v............... ; No. 3 c. w.............. Barlev- 42 -lilij I No. :f ... I No. 4 . .. i Klax- i .No. 1 N. ; No. c. i .\lav ... , .luly . .. i Sept. . . . .Mav July \V. C............. \V................ Chicago Wheat ......... ii;!�, ......... Il4h ......... Minneapolis Wheat .......... IIT'4 ......... nT�, Till -iss-\, IS 5'-4 UT\ II.-.'6 ll-Vs 111", ii;i Every Snap Shot a Success 111 order iliat you may .u'ot a s^dod iiic-iiirc trom every simp shot ii is iioi only ii(>-i-essai.'v tliat \oii us(! n "Kodak." I>ut you uiusl also have o'ood Kodak Supplies We always have a complete ^lock of Fresh Kodak Supplies which will insure successtul .vork. If you wftnt us to develop your film.s we can proiluce work that will surely please you. FOR COMPLETE KODAK SATISFACTION GET YOUR SUPPLIES AT The Red Cross Drug & Be ok Co., Lifliilcd WKATIIER I.elhbrUlgo, fair .... . (in Edmonton, fair ..... :ii) Ked Deer, clear..... lm; OalgaryViair ....... . lid ,",0 .Macleod, clear ...... Jl 1 :.!''. E mm lEK IN Y CHURCHES 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 Entertainments-for which Admission is Charged will not, of course, be accepted for this column. A. G. Piunkett Visitor G. Plunketi of Plunkett and Savage, frull dealers, is a visitor to the city today. At Knox Tuesday at S p.m. united meeting .of the session and managers in the vestry of the church. This Is the regular meeting of the managers. Tuesday at 8 p.m., the W.M.S. are holding an Easter thank-offering service. It is expected that Dr. Ferguson, superintendent of missions, will give an address. At St. Andrew's 'I'onighi. Senior V.P.S. in the class room of the church. Wednesday eve;)ing, regular weekly prayer service. Thursday at 8 p.m. choir practice a;, usual. The honor roll of the church nov,-contains JOO names and members of the congregation are asked to examine this roll and rei)ort any omissions or corrections to .Mr. J. It. Oliver. At St. Augustin's Wednesday, at 7.,'!o celebration of holy communion; 4.15 children's service: 8 p.m. evening service; S.4o meet- Tuesday at S p.m.. teachers meeting I ing of the vestry, at the manse. j Friday, at 4.15. Junioi- auxiliary. Wednesday at 2.;tii regular monthly At St. Mary's meeting of the Ladles' .Aid in the class 'I'uesday at 8 p.m. vestry meeting in room. the parish ^all; all meraliers are urg- Wednesday at S p.m.. adult bible ! ed to attend, class at the raanae. j Tnursday at 10.30 a.m., celebration Thursday from 2 10 0 o'clock, Red : holy communion. Cross sewing and ladies' aid tea in the class room. Thursday at S p.m., choir practice. At St, Cyprian's Wednesday at 4.15 confirmation Icla.is; 7.(10 service of intercession;-S Friday at 7.;'.0. inlerni�i: and that it (onlain-; ingredients best caiculaled, in the opinion of competent and successful physicians, to correct lm[;oS-er-ishmeut audrimpurities oC the blood and the ailments arlsin:; therefrom. The danger of neglecting blood disorders is very great in its menace to your general health and welfare, and it is unwise to neglect seeking imme-iliate relief, it j�.s', McKeiizie's, Feny's, Simmer's. These are all l!Ul> seeds from growers who have a reputation which is second to none. We also have LAWN GRASS SEED AND SWEET PEAS, bulk or packages. DO IT NOW-BUY FROM The Kenny & Aliin Co., Ltd. THE DRUG-BOOK STORE PHONE 1487, NEXT DALLAS SWEEPING AUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE On WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12th at 8is in 11 s'l ki: 1 :t sou i ir COMMENCING AT 10 O'CLOCK IN THEMORNIN.G AND AGAIN AT 2 P. M. W. L. WILSON - - ^ Auctioneer is favored with instructions from W. Russ, Esq., who has en; listed In the 6l8t Battery, and his family is leaving the city, to sell the followina; 1 Cabinet Grand Piano, iovoly tone, (Willis make); 1 leather couch, mahogany centre table, oak rockers, 1 buffet with leaded glass doors, 1 sideboard, 1 solid oak pedestal extension table, I round), I sot of solid oak dinorH, leather upholstered, 1 Slngoi' sewing machine, drop-head, 5 drawers, 1 hull mirror, I brass bed with coil spring and cotton I'olt mattress, also 2'iron bods complete, 2 dressers and stands, cheffonlor, 1 larfie surface oiik wardrobe with double doors, 1 glass front book case, ;! pair chenelle por-tiers, ohnnollo tablo covers, 2 carpet s(iuaros, several smuU rugs, 1 roll top desk, 1 Bllvor lea service, 1 silver cruet stand, fancy China, 2 kitcheii cHblnets, wash innohlne, 1-ret'rIgeriUoi', lawn mower, 1 large lawn roller, lawn hose, garden tools, L.^O-foot 2-ln. anger, (luunllty liiiuber, ,1:! lihns and u (ireut man/.; oi'thei" articles. ALL SMALL ARTICLES WILL BE SOLD AT,' 10 ;A, M, THE HEAVY FURNITURE AT 2 P. M,, si-JARi' AUCTIONEER'S PHONE 1025 TERMS CASH, GOODS NOW ON VIEW, BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY TAXICAB SERVICE Hates to any part of city- 1 i'assenger ............. 60c 2 or a Passengers .......$1,00 Our rates tor country trips will Interest you. Experienced drivers. PHONE 1206 Roofing &�avetroughing NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE THIS WORK DONE, WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF ROOFERS' 8UPP.LIE8 GEO. R. DIXON & CO. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK. BOX B34. PHONE 1037 ;