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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLmSS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta i Buy a Few Cases of Canned Vegetables or Jams Before Prices Are Advanced THE PRICES ON THESE LINES HAVE BEEN ADVANCED QV THE PACKERS, AND AS A CON- FOR THIS WEEK ONLY WE OFFER THE FOL- PEDIGREE SEQUENCE WE ARE COMPELLED TO FOLLOW. LOWIiVC EXCEPTIONALLY LOW PRICES: CANNED TOMATOES si/i- oS, Duiiilec hrntul. ;;;ui!;;il.\ fill.*, A 1 lUliiiitv, .��iir.hil. per (m'c J3,15 CANNED CORN, size Js, llarvi'sl lirand, spuoiai poi- cas,. ............................... $2.50 CANNED PEAS. rliiiM'si oi- A.vlmcr braiid, spiv cial. iicr I'ii.-^i- .......................... 52.55 ST. WILLIAMS PURE JAMS, assorlinl lli. pall.-', per caHc ......................... $6.25 FURNIVAL'S I'urc .lams, assoi'lcil 12-1 lb. piUls. p.T i:-.nf ............................... $8.25 ROSE BRAND, PURE FRUIT JAMS, Ml.Xfil with .Vpplc .Icll.v .Hssoricil VIA 11). pulls, pi-r cast' $5.00 OFFICE PHONE 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES TAYLOR MILLING & ELEVATOR CO., LTD. STORE PHONE 52 5 Everybody Delight-ed With MODEL BAKERY READ ll liniktniiici'- arc liciiiu' atUlfd to oiii' lisi (lail.w ir yiMi (ill imi tai .Modci Bakery Broad, wh- invite a 1 rial. .\vk xtiiir ui-nciT. nr plioiie 1 17.") aiiil tlu' v'\'S will call. N. J. SCHWEITZER, Prop. MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Whrat -- OlH'ii. Closo ' .\!uv ............ 1 i:ii... ir.i.T. ' lulv ............ 1 u w:.-^ � Oi-I............. IJIi-s lOii^.i I (lats- 1 .\lav............ tJi.^ , .lulv............ 4 :!>..: Oi-t............... oil Uaiiev- - , .May.............. ti:i'5 ^ Kiax- ' ' .Miiv............ I,'i4-.i ISTI4 i i .Itily ....... 1S7 JSS's i ! Winnipeg Cash Prices ! AVhent- ! .\o. I Northern ............. 1 li'.^s i ! i\"o, .Northern ............. lll\si No. .XorUiern ............. 107"n i Oats- i xo. L' c. w.................. 41-;, No. :'. C. \V.................. 42'-'s Kxlra 1 Kenil ............... 42-^s -No. 1 Kfi'cl .................. 41's Harle.v-- Xo, n ...................... G:; ' No. 4 ...................... i;?':: Ri'jpi-ted .................. "The First Hundred Thousand" HY THE JUNIOR SUB"-llan Huv i A NEW WAR BOOK THAT iS STIRRING ENGLAND I Klax-  No. I X. \V. (�.............. i Xo. - C. W................. Chicago Wheat �May............ 11^V .luiy ............ JU's ! Sept............. Ml-, Minneapolis Wheat i .Mav ............ 11 : i.Iiily ............ 117 1st;'.. is:;i., i 1 4 ' I iir)''> This is a atcry of the actual fighting of the v.ar-toUl by a master hand-Ian H.iy, the well know novelist, who has been with the British Expeditionai'y Force as a lieutenant since the army first landed in France. IMicc-$1.:>5 . l�ost|)ai(l .^1.40. The Red Cross Drag & Book Co., Liaiiled ODAY'S BASEBALL Johnson Gets Bumped WasliUiKton ........... 1 S (l Boston . .1............ ."> i;! 0 CalliHl ill (Mul ol olyliUi, rain. Johnson. .Avers and Williams; Ruth and TllOIna^i. Three Games Postponed Till" other throe American League games were postponed today on account or rain. (JITY A N D DISTRICT I Important Meeting i Tonight an important. nioetinB of | ^ the Alhorta Musical V\!atival commit- (T tee at S.:U) at the Wesley Church. iH Visits Family j I'te. T. J. Archlhold. of the 175lh ; Bat., Is up from M;t;dicino llat.-Hpend-ins a tew days with his wife and fam- ! ily. \ Milk River Visitors ' j A. W. Kesslor. ot .New Dayton, and; ; Jud Koley. of Milk River were visitors \ from the south in the city over the '. week-end. r i Automobile LIVERY 5 PASSENGER HUDSON PHONE 1149 NIGHT OR DAY STAND WHITE LUNCH ^SATURDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES i Calgary: Hogs $!'.JiO to SlO.iiG; stf-ers ;'ri.7ri lo $7.(15; cows lo St;..'ili; , jieiffi-s. Sii.GO lo ; Cliiiugo; Hogs SO.rni to Slii; latll'j ''i-V lo Slii.TiO: sheep 55 to $11.75. .OCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES ii^G lEK IN W CiiY - Wagon juices- J V.-hoat........ �^^Oals ........... ~ I Flax ........... i Barley......... ! Track prices : ! Wheat ......... I Oats ......... 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 Ailniission is Charged will not, of course, be accepted for this column !;n lill 4(11. Leaves for East George Ross, who is goiUK to take an aviation course at the Cnrtiss school. .Newport News, left ou Saturday iiiKht. BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY Kale lor ('(uintry Tiips 1, 2 or 3 Passengers 15c IVr Mile. 15c PHONE 1206 Adlerika ! Funeral of Miner The ruiieral oc(;urred on Sunday af-! ternoon of Victor Peresi. miner of Austrian birth, who died on Wednesday. The .Miners' hand was in attendance tos;i!tlier with a large number of members of tlie local union. iLra \ At St. Andrew's 'ror,i!;!il at S o'clock, i^enior Chris- I tiaii Endeavor. 1 Wednesday ai .'^ p.m., Bible class. ; Tlmr.sday afternoon, L' to i! o'clock. | Red Cross seuiUB and Ladie:-i' .\id lea , In the classroom of the churcli. j Friday al 7.'M, Intermediate ("aris- , tian Endeavor. At Knox Wednesday evening, regular prayer meeting in the school room of the ciiurcli. ThiM'sd.'i.y eieuiiis, dioir iiraciice as Usual. At Wesley 'I'onitiht al llu- Hn-.vortli League. I'te. .1 Kev.i llowey will gi\e an ad-0 ; head of mules for Hyssop Bros., who | own a big ranch at I'^igiit .Mile lake. | Death of Norman Hill ! The death occurred al Renlicton. B. ! ('.. yesterday of .\lr. Xorman Hill. ' brother of K. .J. Hill and Mrs. J. H, | Rivers, of Ibis city. Deceased had been ill for two years past. H. J. Hill left this morning for I'enlictoii � to attend the funeral ceremony. ADRIFT IN OPEN BOAT Ymuideii. .Netherlands. .April lij.- The Danisli schooner Broven has been sunk by a tlernian submarine. Tiie crew was landed hert! yesterday. Be. fore being picked up the sailors were adrift in an open boat tor 5(1 hour's. the strength today. .Men are coming iSpecial mission .services at .St. Cyp-! from as far east as .Moose Jaw and 1 Swift Current. j rian'.s will take tiie place of the regular rteekly .scr\ices. Wednesdav at 4.15, children's ser-\ ice. Tniirsday S p.m., jireparation fur lilasier communion. Saturday, to U o'clock, .hinior .\uxiliary tea. At St. Cyprian's Toniglit. Tuesday and Wednesday at S o'clock, special mission services by Dean Paget of Calgary. 'I'uesdai-' and Wednesday at 4 ii.m.. meditation services. Thursday at 7.15 a.m., lelebralion of holy communion. Saturday at i;.:iO. Junior .Au.xiliary. At St. Mary's I'hursday at 10.:!p a.m., celebration of holy communion. OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S RESIDENCE 547 .New men attested are J. L. Rov. \V. H. Bass. S. Griffiths, \V. Holly. S. W. Barton, J. E. Woods. R. \V. AViillace. V. -Anthony Walters (ihe last three were iraiisferred from Calgary) (). L.' Iron- ; siiles and I^hilip Otl. the latter a l.eth- i bridge-born boy. Five men have lieeii transferred from ihe Highlanders. I'tes. Stark, Snrlierlanil, Lankved, Reid and Fryer. ANNOUNCEMENT The -Baalim .Motor Co. have completed the installation of n streot immping station for supplying gas to aulos. B)7-;i Home Guard Orders j The usual drill will be lield this ; cvenln.g at S o'clock sharp. As Fri- ; day next is "Good Friday" there will j be no drill on that evening. It is j specially urged thai every member j .should imike an effort lo be out to- ' night. I The Highlanders Today's recrnils for Ihe Kilties biiugs the strength of thai unit up lo the iiDii mark. With half of April gone. Ihe Kilties are very aii.xioiiB to fill u]! the i'anks iiy the end Of the month. .\bout �jno miu'e men are needed. j\ew recrnils taken on this morniiiM w-ere J(diM Herrlck. (eamsler. .Anieri-jcan; R. B. ("oitnian. iartuer, English ; aiitl G. R. Blake, f IC. W. i;RO\'t';. cures a colli ill One Day. ;'5g. The Elks are off. On Thursday night next the "best piiople on earth" will InHtitute the Elks Lodge .No. KT, here, at a big function in the K. I', hull. The membership of the order Is now about .''il) and those bc'hlnd tin; lirojoci expect to have 7fi lined up to take the Initiation on 'riiursday niglil. Modiclno Hat is sending u|) a degree team from its newly instituted lodge, while it Is likely that a number will be present from N'olson and Calgary. Willi the Instltulion of the lodge here the Elks win be established In l'>l-inonton, Medicine Hut, Calgary and IiOthbridge, or every city in which 'the Grand Lodge allows, the order to institute. Lodges are not placed in citlGB of loss than SOtlfi. lOvery other city 111 the west of that population now has u lodge ami the membership ot tho Canadian order Is growing by leaps and bounda. On Tuesday Afternoon, April 18th IN \\'csi,iHiiisl('r I'arlitr THERE WILL BE A Demonstration by Mr. Stone on EACH PERSON WILL BE SERVED WITH A CUP OF COFFEE AND CAKE AND ALSO WITH A PAN, A good attHiidanct! is called foi^ from both the north and south HldoH ladles. A 10 CENT ADMISSION FEE WILL BE CHARGED FOR THE LADIES' AID ASK YOUR GROCER FOR "Crystal Brand" Creamery Butter The Best Fresh Butter on tho Marltet-Made by The Crystal Dairy Lethbridge Phone 1676 John U. Rockefeller, Jr., will aid the erection of churchea iii mining camps of tlio Colorado Fuel and Iron ("o. The (xi'ace Coal Mine is now prepared' to take cai'o of all orders. PHONE 1250 The quality Is the best, J)eliv�r