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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta POINTING s-'CtASS ........___.____. HERAlirjOB^bEP ARTMENT LETHBtoG HOTEL WINltSOR; _._-.........:.....'=-tyj,U,ii .-U Best $1.25 a Day Hotcs) in'Alberta I Where are you Going my Pretty Maid? Till Going for Flour, Sir/' she said Then see that you get it Taylor Made" ''You Bet Your Life, Sir," she said � Take Advantage of Our Special Weekrend Sales and Save Money on Your Grocery Bill Our s(iit. llie (lunlity always /2C 40c and 50c. '^^ GOOD SIZE CALIFORNIA LEMONS, per Aor. 25c. APPLES, all hi perfect condition, Wagnei-s, Roman Beauties, York Imperial. Winter Banana, Ontario, etc., No. Is per case ......,..$2.10 No. 2s per case.......................... $1.85 LARGE LUG CRATES, each .............. $1.75 QUEEN OLIVES, In bulk, per pint ......  3Pc- FRESH OYSTERS, per pint ..........\50c. OYSTER CRACKERS, 2 lbs tor.........:   '25c JAPAN RICE, best quatity, Victoria Cross^Brand \ 4 pounds Tor.......... .T........-25c, MOLASSeS, for baking, I* lb. tins, 2 tins for 25c. , ',2 gajs. each 35c; Gallons each-......... 6ic. ^ JELLY POWDERS,"packet tor............, 25c. GENERAL GROCERIES CORN; PEAS, AND BEANS, Harvest brand. Four till* for"...................45c. tOMATOES, Size Harvest brand 3 tins tor 40e FRENCH PEAS, Mpycn's, 4 tin�............ 45c PORK AND BEANS, Olarks. 3 tins ........ 25c, PORK AND BEANS, Helnz's, No. :i tins ... 35c. CANNED FRUIT IN HEAVY SYRUP, SIZE 28,- ..ASSORTED, special 7 tins for .......... $1,00 . .ASSORTED, Special, per base .......... $3,60 ABSOLUTELY PURE JAMS, 4 lb, palls- STRAWBERRY, PER PAII.............. 75c. RASPBERRY AND BLACK CURRANT 70c. PEACH, PLUM AND GOOSEBERRY.......65c. CRAB APPLE JELLY ....................5c. MARMALADE w____................ 60c. ROSE BRAND, PURE FRUIT JAMS WITH APPLE JELLY, FINE QUALITY-Raspbsrry, Strawberry, Rod and Black Currant, Peach and Plum, also -.Red Currant Jelly, Very special, per 4'lb, pall ...... ......'..........45c ROLLED OATS, Hobiu-Hood, cartons, 2 for .45c S pound sacks, 2- tor-............... P5o. 20 pound sacks, per saclf................78c. GERMADE-in lb sacks, each . ,*........... 40c SODAS In tliiS; "Mooney's Porteotion Cream, par tin -----......................2fic. NORTH-yVEST BISCUIT CD's and McCORM-ICK'S large packets, 2 packets tor ....... 45c EVAPORATED APRICOTS, Best quality, Victoria Cross Brand, per lb................. 15c. EVAPORATED PEACHES, beist quality, Victoria Cross Brand, per lu................. 10c. EVAPORATED PRUNES, fine fresh stock, per pound lOci 12I/2C and..................... 15c TO HOTELS, RESTAURANTS AND OTHER LARGE CONSUMERS, special prices given on quantity lots TO OUT OF TOWN CUSTOMERS. We prepay freight charges on large orders. Write for. our special price list. ., .. . �- . r "> . " � '__ The Popularity ''OUR BES?' FLOUR enjoys, is due only to the high standard of quality maintaine'd aTid the moderate price at which-/it is sold. See your grocer ahout' it NOW ^ ' ,^1 OFFICE PHONE 1271 THE GOOD ?0. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES ^ STORE PHONE 525 AUGTION SALE JL ? > ? ? > ? ? > ? '> tween Champion .less WiUard !> .and Frank Moran of Pittsburg. Tex. Rickard, over the \tele-phone, from New York to Chi-: cago, agreed to the poslpone-: nient declared necessary by > Willard and his manager, Tom > .lones. The. bout -n-ill be iield In Madison Square Garden, New York. It was formerly billed for Marclt.17. AUCTION SALE of Household Furniture At 611, 10th St. S. ^ :;0n Saturday Next, February 19 At Two o'clock sharp Frank Waddington - Auctioneer WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES �Wheat- t-May......... . 3uly ... ... . Oats-May...... ... . J\ily ... ..J..... Barlei- May...... ... . Flax- _ May...... ...  July ... ..r . V Winnipeg C iXo. 1 Northern .. jNo. 3 Northern .. l.N'o. 3 Northern .. 1 No. A Northern .. !No. 5 Northern .. No. 6 Xorthorn .. Oats-No. 3 C. W. ^'o. 3 C. W, Extra No. i Feed Barley- . . No. :............. No. 4...........: Rejected ...... .. Fla.v- No. 1 N. W. C. , No. 2 C. W. .... iMay July -May July Open Close 127^A 128% 127  12�i/i - ' 47 45% 1 7.1 2i^ \ i 215\b i 21 2l7 � Prices ......'.. 125% ...... 1. 123% 120% .....; , 1165s .......  10!)% .....' 10:!% 1 ........ 441^ i ......., 42 "4; ........ 4i% ex 571.!. 210M . 20714 heat 13014 122 y, 12;'.% Wheat 12714 1291/8 1251/8 , 127% PREPARAtriPN OF THE '  EXXRACT 9F V A- Cod tiyer Oil 'I'his is rather a, food j;lian a niedieine. 'A' food' tliat? makes blood, tissue, muscle and boue.. Good i'or Kun-Down I'coplc, 110 matter; _ what llie caiise of their coil* ^ ditioii .lust, t^f ^A^^.4"or clironic colds, coughs, anil bronchial troubles. It lias no disagreeable taste or odor. , A, - Price $1.00- Per Large Settle The Red Cross Drug & Bsok Go., Limiled CITY AND DISTRICT , Hat School Rate - Medicine Hat's school tax rate Uiis year is 7 mills. ^ Inspector Here-.1, \V. .Martin, Dominion lands inspector, is in the city on an official inspection trip. � -OF- For Patriotic Fund The hon. treasurer. It. .1. Ritchie Paterson begs to acknowledge the re-cepit of $1.00 from Mr. R. A. AVynn of Coutts, per A. H. .llcKeown. Lieut. Filmer Home Lieut. P. S. Filmer returned on Sunday from ICingston where he has been taking a captain's course at tlie school of artillory. lie is on duty once more with the ;ilHh at Henderson Park,barracks. - HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE On THURSDAY, FEB. 17th At ?�24 7th Street S. v at 2 p.m. W. L. miSON - - . Auctioneer lis Instructed to sell the following: Beds, springs, nmttresses, dresser and stand; combination bookcase tind writing-desk; one ;)-ploce parlor) suite; 3 centre tables; 1 buffet; 1 round extension dining table;'1 lounge; 1 8-day clock; 1 china tea sett; 1 7-drawer drop-hoad Singer Sewing machino-, 1 ^S-rlfle; 1 G-liole AlcCIary range ^(ith lilgli uloset^and reservoir; . dishes, klt9Ueu ulensilB, etc. -TERMS CASH---- c Lord Baltimore Linen V Pouiid rai)eri Presented With Binoculars | �Sergt. .Donald W. Patterson of the ' SSlli Battery was on Monday afternoon presen^ted with a fine set of binoculars by the members of'the firm anil staff of Johnstone and Ritchie, barristers. Before joining the battery Sergt. Patterson was a practising barrister connected with thi| firm. GOOD MEALS AT MURRAY'S McKillop's 6tlV et. Beside  - -HOIVIE COOKING- -- . . SPECIAL AFTERNOON TEAS SEF^VED  Little Grain .Moving � Local C. Pi R. ^officials intimate that, tliougU. the coal movemorit will begin to Black off shortly if:; the -present weather continues, there will be IJlLId movement in grain'until after na(^'igatlo;i oBens.. Klevators all over IhO' couiilrj',, Including those at the Jiead'Of flie l'�Ues, are practically full. TJi'e ^loose ..T&w Internal elevator was full a couple of weeks ago. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon pncos: Wheat......... ........................... 30-i Oat!� , Kat cows, ."iA lo 0. Sheep-Choice killinR wethers, 7. .Shccp-Choice Kjliinp; .cwps.. B.J. .Select hogs, 150-200 Ibb., 8i. ijivc fowl, J2c. b'UyTnG PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Carrqts, 'per'cwt.. $1.00. Beets, per cwi;,, ?1.00, , -.Turnip^, pef.ctvi'., 75c. .� Potatoes,/.pef ,top,' $18 to Cabbage, per:cw.t. Jl.PO to SltSS., for wblcl) we have the exolusivo sale and wlilch is-the best wrlt; ing paper we can socurotp fea^ ture as a "leader" at 40c the pound. ' ' SPECIAL INTKODUCTOKY SALE To further introduce this writing paper, wo are offering for a; few days only. One Pound, (90 Iheets) One Box (50). Envelopes THE TWO pqR .......,OUU? J. D. Higinbolh'am & Go. " Limited -- Is Transferred Lieut. R. W. Pago of tlie .l.-ith C. M.R., ha� been transferred to the American, fcegion now in course of being formed at Toronto. He expects to leave in'a couple of days for the |eaat.,' Before leaving Jledicine Hat he was made the recipient of a very much appreciated token from .the'boys of the latli. C.P.R. Stock is Falling - New York, 'Ruh.' Ifi.^Gahndian l^a-cifjc stock-dropped five and oiu'-lialf per conU todfiv; The dcclme.\s attributed to tho' Canadian budijct which will tax. the company heavily. Have You Tried Carlyle Brand ICE CREAM ? I. --.� Pure and Wholesome The Crystal Dairy PHONE 1675 {Home Guard [ Regimental Orders > DID. HE HELP THE HUNS?-Fredcricton.\ N.- B., l-'ob. 14.-An I H. C. Boys In Ranks lomccr fiom New l^runs�ick who has Among the local business concerns been on d.uty at the Internment camp �V�nve made irood recruitin.r re-[at Amherst. K.^ S,, for,alien onem.es, has been under arrest tor some days on chargois in cqriiiectlAi with:the that have made good recruiting records probably none has a better record than the local branch of the International Har.vester'Co. The I.IItC. escaipe'of* 11 Germans from the camp boys who enlisted, from .hero and who |recently. are now wearing the khaki are: R. G.! The officer In duestion was a mem- S2nd. Calgary; W. W. Sears, private in the 33th Battery here- C. G- Year-wood, jirivate In the-113th battalion here; Waldo Miner, Drivate in the 13th O ..M.Rv( Medicine Hat, and A, Whltmore, of the,Ai-my Service Corps novy at tlie Irbnt,: , ^. . The Store was living In Freclericton From-J-Iallfax bo was transferred to Amherst. Tiii! militia -authorities refuse to'glvo 3ut any information lu the case. :�. ' ; ENROLLMENT ' As drill will cpraiiicncB m soon-as the weather permits, all present menij tiers of the llomo Guard and those who. wish to join, are rcqiiieated to send their names to f either Jot thli) following as soon as possible; Cilli zen's Recruiting Heaclciuarter8,..Cth Stl South, or A, Williamson, 13|h-Streot, .North, Lelhbridge. ^ HOW TO REGAIN STRENGTH The great factor that retards recovery after sickness. Is^ that^ weakened devitalised, condition! and It'iwlll Interest our readers to know that our local druggists, J. D...Hlglnboth�ni ,...... 28c, Cabbage, 12 lbs for .......26c,. Turnips, 15 .ll^s^for ....;. Celery,? lbs fdr ^ ,25e Cau'llfloWer, JiOc and 25o; v:,.,.-,:.|-Beotj^^12.|bs for ..........25c. � CANJHEb VEGETABLES Ton;|8|t9e3,i!iB^.2' qans for ,,. " ' ' ''�'�'>'��� Pff^o, 2 ,cans 'for,'. .�, cVii8ifor hv. .'.'^ �1 .\..........;, "',,, 2Bc Mushpoomo, per.tfan ,, 2Sp. 26c, /Hominy, 2 cans,for,.,...... 38c , Corn on Cob,' gallon tins , 26c, -V 65c- Sweet Potatoes, per''oan- {,. ^6o,, ^---_-,--s- ,'�....... V Spinach, 2 cans forf,..... .u,'28c, Frencli � Qfth (55 ;