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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta JLTss PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR JBest $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta Pride of Alberta and Mother s Favorite Just the Natural Wheat Taylor Made SUPERIOR QUALITY APPLES TluU is (lu' kind we sell. \'iiiter Bananas, York Iniperials and Nor............................... I. IS No. 1 Nor............................... 1.11 ' No. .'> Nor............................... l.Uti!, i No. li Nor............................... ! Feed....................................... ; Oats- -^i No. :i C. W.............................  Kxtra No. 1 Feed ................... , No. 1 Feed .............................. ; .\'o. 2 I'eed.............................. . Barlev- . No. -i ....................................... No. -1 ....................................... , Feed ....................................... 1 Flax- : No. 1 N. \V. C....................... . .No. 2 C. \V............................. ; ' CHICAGO WHEAT i Mav ........................... I.;i2i i Julv ........................... 1.2-li ; .MINNKAFOLIS WHEAT 1.31; 1.2H Death of Austrian AVni. llruska, an .Vustrian miner, lai;ed 4li. died on Friday. The funeral will be held tomorrow at 2 o'clocl^ at I Fetterley's undertaking inirlors. War Relics Here The interesting collection ^ of war reiics jiossessed liy the Hudson's bay I'o. lias reached tlie city and v, ill iie on display at the stores here I'rorn ; today until Saturday. Save Time and Steps WluMi Villi ucctl tiny-i liiii,u- ill I lie (1 vuix liiH' liluuic lis I he same as you won id your n-roi'-er or hiilclu'r. We deliver proiiipily and guarantee I'.ie i|ualiiy of all goods. Vou arc asking no special favor wliou you Ph(uie ">.').") and place an order for drugs 10 bo delivered at youi door. Try our Free Delivery Service, and see how .satisfactory it is. The Red Cross Drug & Book Co., Liniiled HI RECR The eiitfrtainntcnl cooiniitU'c iif the recruitini; campaign have completed arraiigen)eiils for the bii; smoker aud conc.rt to he held tomorrow cvcniitu i in the interests of iccruitinu: and for j the entertainiisent of tlie members oi lite Kilties ami the SiHh Mattery. Kach soldier who attends is asked t.i lirinu ;i civili.Tii with liim. in order that iiitcresl in rpcruitinj; mav ho sliiotilaled. Thos;' who ale si'""'' as sinscrs and who have not yet l;c?ii ap-l nroached with, reference to assistine;' in the evenin!;'s proi;ram, ai'e invited to attend and their services will be welcomed. .V hiji; lime is bcini; anticipated, and il is expected there will be a large allcndancc. 20tk Man, Injured in \Zepp Raid, is Home CONTINUI5D F!10M FRONT PAGE For Tobacco Fund l.hOJ, Tobacco for the Lethbridge bo..s at 'n the front is the worthy object of the (whist drive whicli is belns held in il; the S. O. K. hall on W'ednesduv c\ei? ii'i iiig by the Uanghtors and Sons of ;; a rule are nol viM'v Hilsy'tliis kind of weallier. IIKSS' POULTRY PANACEA Is the stuff they arc in need of -The guaranteed Kgg Producer. o.*>c anil sr�c Ask for a "Feeding" bo'oklet. J. D. Higinbolham & Co. - Limited -- The Store \ tlieln. The Zeppelin damage in England is greater, I think, than reports I published here indicate," I .\ large number of the horses be- longing to the ."ith Briaade wore kil'-, ed by the October lath raid, j Leave for Front "It was a happy hunch of Lethbridge boys that got the orders to I march on Jan. 1.7. They were warned to prepare to leave the ne.\l day at one o'clock, and you can bet they were ready, .\fter training for so many months, they were mighty glad lo get soiuewlicre ou tlic lighting line." : Pie. Lu.sl) jiays a iiigli trUmte lo (he shooting done hy the 20tb Mattery under the comiuanil of .Major Itiiile.i.'. At Salisbury where the linal test was held, tliey made '.i hits out of L! shots. Bdr. Jack .Murray made the record with two hits out o{ two sliois. He blew tlie target to pieces, i The second division of artillery in 11 which Lethbridge people are natur-;ally greatly Interested, is composed 'Of the .'.lb brigade, with tield batler-' tea, under command of Li.-Col. Dodge, the Ijth brigade with heavy Howitzer eiiuipment, commanded liy Lt.-Col. Watson, the 7tli brigade with liekl ,urtlllery. connnanded by l.,t.-Cul. Stew-Uirl of Lethbridge. and llie Sth brl-U'ttde with heavy Howitzer e(iuipnient couiinanded by LI.-Col. Hoss. D.S.O. Tlie whole is commanded liy Brig.-Gen. .Morrison of Cobalt. .A very impressive mililary funeral was accorded Pie. I'l .Meredith of Letlibridge. who died from pneumonia early in the year. The funeral was attended by all llie 20tii liattery ofli-cers, by 2,7 men from each of the 17th, XStli. Litli and lieadiiuarters, all the .7th brigade ollicers, all the Ii9tli battery drafi, and li)0 men from the .7oth (.hilgary with their band. There Is No Bread Like Model Bakery Bread No need to cat unsatisfying bread when you can have Model Bakery Bread. Once tried you will want the beautiful, flaky, palatable loaves all the time. It has an appetizing taste that's always just as good the next time you eat it an the last time you tasted it.- It's WORTH MORE BUT COSTS THE SAME It's not that dry, puffed-up bread, but is ao much like the good home-made, owset, with crisp crust, moist and close in texture, substantial, wholesome, nourishing. It satislies, and ought to for it is made of the highest grade materials, by expert bakftrs, with modern mBohinery, ensuring the utmost cleanliness. FRESH FROM THE OVEN EVERY MORNING ASK YOUR GROCER or PHONE 1175, AND THE RIG WILL CALL THE MODEL BAKERY N. J. SCHWEITZER. PROP. Amount of Grain Commandeered \Audit Incomplete Says Mayor Hardie Sudden Death of Mrs, L. H. Jellifi COW m IN T CIIY CHURCHES In this Column Will be Published Every Monday Church Announcements for the Comlna 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. At ,St. .Aunuotin's Tonight at .* W. ;\. meet for sewing at the Ued Cross rooms. At St Cyprian's Tuniglil at ".',10 the .lunior lirothei-hood of St. Andrew at the rectory. Tuesday at .S p.m., meeting of girls and young \vonieu to form n Dorcas society. Wednesday at S p.m., inturcessional sei'vlee; H:M a Bpoclal meeting of the vestry In the parish room lo discuss EXTKA SPECIAL PKIZE PA( KACIi: 50c Guai'finteeil to contain .Sf.v Fresh. Clean, Popular or CIbhs-ical Selections, regular value, 51.00, ?L25 and ?i..7U. A Snap, JJuy a package. - ."J----- 1)1 wheat given out hy tin? govern- � i vestry In tlio parish room lo dlsi Ihat the government had ,? JX,' " Sumlal evening at 7 I ^^"'"'ne"!' t"" S>"�''' ay Oi naraie U>>mu,Mimr,:i i;),(i21,son bushels of i^^^^^^^^^^ Thursday at ;{ o'clock. Worn ---- � last vear. Authority for U.e 'nJ^' {nil eiuio^^ .Mulliury will meet. audi, ,f the citvv i^;^i^ni'^,r^r'Pilfer ni!^;: ^::n^ -j^ - ^ Thai tiie pi(s;n: auuii m me lUiv s reiarv oi state lor me colonies (m "�; ;',7";.',i books is not so complete as il should November 2:i. Some S,ll,51,fl6K bushels ^^'^ '""""^ '"'"'^'^ "'"'' Charlie Chaplin ' .V Charlie Chaplin feature, -The I Knockout," will be shown at the Empress tonight: The Kenny & Allin Co., Ltd. fHE DflUG-BOOK STORE JPhcne 1487 ' Next Dallas Hotel DAUGHTERS AND fi/lAIDS OF ENGLAND; SONS OF ENG-' LAND PATRIOTIC W H I S T D RIVE W'etlnesiho, Feb. Oth AT '8:15 p,m, IN S. O, E, HALL ADMISSION, 25c, ---�-- Procesd* for providing Tobacco for Lstbbridge Boys at the Front ihtors have furnlslieu an audit as bills of lading and ollicial comniand-.''"''^,^ , , . ,� complete as what they have hceu ask- cored wheal t-ertificates retained up-! ^ >� , '-''"ff l>a� '>f'' t^'^Mml o -' � �' '-- '-- ' " u 1 ' Lotlibrldge for about lour years and and loved by a wide circle She was a musician of and taught largo classHS uiiexpendnu debenture funrts. The cilv i iprV.f ihe''''ilTi'es" '"""""'(during her residence here. A shorl _______-i-l;_______________________I funeral service will bo held at the residence, COS 12th Street South, on complete as what tliey have hceu ask- cored uhi^al certificates retained up-! -y"- " fd and paid to furnish. Mowyver. tliat lil the grain was paid back. There had '. l^o"'!"'l"K'' docs nol relieve the sitiiati.m. The heen shipped {rom Canada to date -i .;�'�� "�'' bond rcKislef is not in K""'! shape, 2nii,(il7 bnsliels, the sliinments being '^'�'^'?',,,' and neither is tlie accounting of the ,i,mic ,y imilcr order to the commit- "'''"'�^'' borrowed $H2,000 a 's^^' years ago lo drill a gas well', fjf tliis $Ui,l)IU) was,'^ expended. Where is Hie other $ia,Oi)(r! 1 ^ It went into the melting pot somewhere, hut nobndv kimw.s just what the nionev was spent ior aii