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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRrl N TIN G HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE cAIM 7 J J' � rt HQTEL LWJljti>f Beat $1.2S.a Day Hotet in AlbeVta^ V 'Where are you Going my Pretty Maid? 'Tm Going for Flour, Sir/'she said ''Then see that you get ' it Taylor Made" "You Bet Your Life, Sir/'she said Take Advantage of Our Special Week-end Sales and Siave Money on Your Grocery Bill ^Om-stock Iijj.Vbpeii bonjiht vv^M, Iho (iiianty always t'oiisi(lmMl lirst \Mu�losale prices m\ ncairly every 1 hie yau ('aiiinicntlon liavc julvauecrt WA -FOR THE GRAND- OPENING WESTERN MERCANTILE --COMPANY- ONTARIO WHITE CLOVER HONEY, Just in. illr-,.. fci from a Ini'jte' honey dpnlev In Ontario.-;:-..,-'very ilnepl-tmoiity. pint seiilei;s, endi . ,. 4dc.*  Ti pound pails, oach _................"..$i;()0: Ti-n pound p.TiW. each.......;.........$1.95,:, COMB HONEY, Callfofhin Whito Clover, prico. per section........................... 23of; NEW LAID EGGS, per do/.en ....... .----50c. BROOKFIELD PORK SAUSAGE, cartons or packagus, fr�sh in on Friday, per |b. . ^;.; 25c. -CREAM BRICK CHEESE, rincst Wiscon'slu make, per lb............................. 40c COCOANUTS; each..................... .20c FRESH CELERY, per lb. *.................11c. CAULIFLOWERS, each............... ...25c. . RIPE BANANAS, per dozen----........... 35c. FINEST NAVAL ORANGES, per dozen 25c, 27'/2c 40c and 5Qc.-, , GOOD SIZE CALIFORNIA LEMONS, per doz 25c. APPLES, all In pertecl condition. Wagners. Roman Beauties, York Imperial. Winter Banana, Ontario, etc., N'o. Is per case ----�...... $2.10 No. 2s per case......................... $1.85 LARGE LUG CRATES, each .............. $1.75 QUEEN OLIVES, in bulk, per pilit........ 30c. FRESH OYSTERS, per pint..............50c. OYSTER CRACKERS, i lbs for .----25c ^ JAPAN RICE, best quality, Victoria Cross Brand 4 pound; for............................ 25c. MOLASSES, for baking. :: lb. tins, 2 tins for 25c. ^ost brand 3 tins for 40o FRENCH PEAS, Sloyen's, 4 tins............ 45c PORK AND BEANS, Clark'.s, 3 tins .. .s...., 25c. PORK AND BEANS-Vleinz's 3 tins for .... 35c. CANNED FRUIT lt3c S pound .sucks, .2 for..............P5c. 20 pdiVnd sacks, per sack ...... ..........7bc. GERMADE-10 lb sacks, each ............. 40c SODAS In tln4. Slooney's Perfection Cream, nar tin .............................. 2f,c. NORTH-WEST BISCUIT CD's and McCORM-ICK'S large packets, :; packets for ....... 45c EVAPORATED APRICOTS, Best qimlity, Victoria Cross Bmnd, per lb................. 15c. EVAPORATED. PEACHES, best (lUallt.v, Victoria Cross Braiul; per lb............'............ 10c. EVAPORATED PRUNES, fine fresh stock, per pound 10c, 12'/2c and-.................... 15c TO HOTELS,.RESTAURANTS AND OTHER LARGE CONSUMERS, special prices given on quantity lots TO OUT OF .TOWN CUSTOMERS. We prepayi'freight changes on large orders. Write for our special price list? , ' ' � � '�_ ' ^ ^ � en;)oys. is due only-to the high standard of quality maintained and the moderate price at which it is sold. See your grocer aboiit it.., � NOW ElllSON MIltING fiEUVATOR CD, ^4 > ? ? > ? ; ?^> :> ? ? ? ? ? : BIG CONCERT TOMORROW ? OFFICE PHONE 1271 THE GOOD GO. HIGH-CLASS GRC^GERIES STORE PH'ONE 52 5 Muddy Water Interferes With Laundry Work Owina" to I ho I'luU tlint the AViiter is so thick with imul. th:uour FiJtcr will onlv hrtiidlt'^ alioiii half !\.s !nu(-hwi)t(n; as \vo require to do ihe Nvork proporly: we will not he able to get liie work ail out tliis Aveek. AVe tlierofore asli'(iiir patrons to he as charitable as possible witli us.i.and we AvillMo the very l�est we can under the cirt-uinstnuces. Lethbridge Laundry Co,, Ltd. Fort William, OnK, Feb. 17.- Two men are reported to have been killed and a number more or less seriously,injured" as the result of a- head-on collision, which occurred on the line of the Cana-'dian government railway, at 6.20 thi*� morning. Brakeman Stewart */as' brought to McKellai hospital shortly before noon with a severely crushed foot. The Way Avoid Col It is ca.4y ayl)ul''5v THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., Feb. 17.-Opening and closing prices on the grain ex-changes today were : iipen Close 1.29} 1.27S 1.28 1:21! J i > C. P. R. Officials. : E and S. llollyman of the C. P. K. general offices at. Calgary, 'are.In.tbe city today. Visits the City .Madame Le Vellie of Calgary, is si>ending a few days in llie eity loolc-ing after her business Interests. Wlieat- .Alav ;........ Julv ........ Oits- May ........ July Karlev- Jlav......... Fla-v- Mav........ �Julv ....... WINNIPKO C.VSH PRlCIiS Wheat-No. 1 Nor. No. 2 Nor. .Nor. �171 .4(i 2.1JJ 2.10 4li!: 4il 2.1i; 2.15 cold or-at least to throw it K)Vi when it iirst sjart.s if "'� la'xacold .^re .taken. Get a box now and keep them haSi^y for immediate use. Tliey cure a cold at any stage, > but ypu'll avoid ail dis- ' comforts anel,danger by taking them when tlie first syinptonis, of a cold appear. The Red Cross Driig & Book Co., CITY A N D DISTRICT Will C^fer Degree Wlnnifred Lodge of the L O. 0.. F. will confer the 2nd Degree at 7.30 sharp tonight in the-K. P. Hall. M\ Oddfellows, are invited. 5 Pincher Man Missing today's casualty list contains the name of Pte. Emerald B. Broadwell, of Pincher Creek, who is posted as missing. He was a member of the ISth Battalion C, FJ. F. Is at Saloniki . Ronald Wood, a C. P. R. ticket agent at Calgary, has received a post card, from Saloniki from .N. Blmu. who is with tivp Arm.v Service Corps. -Mr. Blunt was at one time a member of tlie C. P. R. ticket ofllce staff here. ' American Yoemeli An open meeting will he held on Monday the' 21st inst., at S ji.m. in the .Moose hall, when any ladies or gentlemen wfiether members of tlie order or not, will be welcome. Ke-freshments will 'bo provided and a musical progi-aihmo retldered.  The big. concert in aid of tlio .Mu8|cal\ Festival funds will �ho held .in; Knox church Friday evening, bassed choirs of'the city taking' parL The progfranVjito incUidea some of the'best tnlon't in the city, and will provide liiuch tlml is splen-dld.in the iniistcal,line. There will be','a niaSHed choir of 100 voices, wliich will provide several sections. There will also be solos and Instrumental selections. t ? > ? ? ? : ? ? ? Grain prowers Ask\ Abolition of the Liquor Stores Saskatoon, Feb, 17.-Ily practically unanimous .vote, the delegates to the lutll 'annua) cqnveuUon of. tlie Sas-katchownn 'Grain Growers' association this morning went on record as being . ouuosed to the ilciuor stores, and asked for their abolition next December, ' We wiirgive every purchaserof One Tiibe of Hedlcy's Tooth Paste a Free Pass to the Majestic Theatre FRIDAY EVENING PERFORMAI^icE Hedley Drug Co. Tlic Daylight Saving Women's Civic Club desire Uiat To Entertain 39tH'Boys The Sons of England - and Kenllsii Societies are entertaining their mem^ hers in the 39th Batteo' to a farewell supper in the S. O.. E. liall ,on Saturday Qvening at" o'clock.' All members are renuested to attend and give the" boys a good send off. 1' Supina Mercantile Co. PHONE 15(>7 . 327 .15th Street Noi'th " Lethbridge Quality Groceries at Reasonable Prices Ko. 3 J-'effd . 0al> No. 2 No. 3 Flax-No; 1 N. No. C. W. C. W. 0, W. e./W. ..............,........ CIIICAOO WHKAT Mav............................ 1.31 Jtil'v ..........;........ 1.24 i MINNKAP0L1S WHK\T Mav .....................,..... 1.2!).! .July........................... 1.27; l.-2.')J 1,231 l.'2�i i3S �m 2.0!)' 24�(i 1.29 1.22i 1.37S 1.251 ; New Coal Company The new company which has taken over the Cauadlan Coal and.Coke Co. properties Is now known as the North American Collieries, with head office In Edmonton. The Lethbridge mine of the company at Coalhurst Is tin;n-ing dut an average of 900 tons daily. LethJiridKC again consider the saving davliijlit schpiiie which was .turned down la.sl year. In a Icllec tc the Boani of Trade reail at llic mcctint; at noon toilav the. ladies>. point out that iniovniK ;thf dock'bncK one hour would be a (500(1 filing tor the home Kuard as the inaiority ate business men. .Vfler .some 'discussion _t,lic boaiil decided to rdlet the matter to the retail section tor fcport at next week's nicetin.ir. Uegiiia atid Nelson; will be -a.sked how tlic .sclieiiic worked in those cities. ANNOUNCEMENT * The Leap Year Social to be given in � the IC. of P. Hall next Tuesday evening, February 22nd, by the ladies of St. Patrick's Parish iiroiniscH to be I a very enjoyable event. A tour-piece I arcliestra will turnlsh the music and ' .a new departure will lie made in serving the refreshments as a buffet lunch will he served during the entire evening. As 25 per cent of the proceeds will be donated' to the Red Cross fund, it should be well patronized by all' wishing to help this worthy, cause. Tickets obtainable anly from the committcG or iilioiving the secretary at ."JL'O. �- 1'h.-S-2 ? : ? ? : : ? ? > ? BANK' CLEARINGS 20 lb,, 8ack.^of B. C, Sugar and ' 1 lb. ohoice'loose tea for $2.00' U. 0. Sugar'per sack ..,,.$1.65 Ity'S Cdcpa, U) f OS .;.25c, AppleB,No.l' extra choice,.nice-, ly'colored, per box .... $2,00 Apples, No. -i, 5 lbs; tor -. .,26c; Lemons, per .dpiien .....,; .30c Orapges,'per dozen ..30c, 40c,: Gardston Butter, 2. tor ....'TSq Lard, 3lhs ............... 55c, Lard, S lbs.......90c. Lard, 10 lbs $1.75 Jam, Raspben-y and Apple, per 4 Jb tin ......... ...... 45c, ;jniro. Jams, all, fiuvors, giiarau-teod,'4 lb Uii8 lor ..... 76c.^ Criscu. 30c and.......... 60c. Toinato Catsup.'2 lb tin. ca. 10c. vTomatoes, large size. 3 tins ' for � "...it..............i(ftt Buoy Soap, Jjl pai;B Jor ............ 50c Com, Peas, iand Beans, 3 tins tW .................. 35c. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL .(jSRAIN \Va30n prices; Wheat ........................ Oals*.......... ... (��lux ........................ UaiU'V..................... i Track prices ; i Wiicit............... ... j (Jilts........................ i l'"lax ..................... ,. I BUYING PHICES PRICES 105 32 1X1 UOi' 37 lor. There seenjs to he an ftniiros-siou that Alum used in clarifying water produces an Injurioua effect; there is absolutely no, reason-for su;'h. A very small � ciuantity itt teaspoonl.Ml In a' gallon)-is all that is neceii-.^ary, and most of this will be found in ihe sediment at . the bottom of the reeeptacio. . v When more is used it makes tlie water no clearer but brackish and iiniialaiable, 1/ Ihe water be boiled LKSS Alum Is necessary. , By pouring tlie watfir when clarified and cool from cine ves-, sel into another and re-aerating/ it will lie found both v^'iiulesoiue nud asrooahle. Our ppcclal ALC.M for I his iiui'posc is - lOc a L�acket j J. D..HigintothainlGoi -~~- Limited ' . ; Bunk . clearings ending Feb. 17lh:' 19U! ..... ;... ... : I9ir. .... : Increase of 48%. >;� ; ; ? for week . $358,!il>ll . $L'11,SGG ; 24;pound BACk oCPrlde of Alberta Flour and o"tin half e>4 �%ff ; ppund of Fry's Cocoa, for....................... i steO .'We dellyer.tpiall parts of tbcClty and all:Qood� guaranteed or ., monisy refunded, i.s . /PUEASE'NQ.TE ON FEBRUARY 29th we WILL GIVE 6 ^PER �'i.^p.'NT OF'.XLL-SALES ON THAT DAY TO THE RED CROCS i: (tf^ Home Guard & [ Regimental Orders FOR HAY No. I tiniotliv, haled, ton;......1'J.r,5 \o 1 all.ilta, balfrt, ton ' .. . U.r.O Stund.ud .ilfalta.............. 9.00 No 2 alfalfa ... >.....8.00 No, 1 bliiejoint .....;.......�........... U.OO Livestock anci Poultr)> Cluiite steers, ii| to li?. Fat cows, 51.. 1(1 (I.  , � Sheep-Oholce killinj; -wethers, 7. Slieoji-Cholpc Killing ewes, (i/.. � .Select hogs, inO-SDO llih , 8}. >\,\si fowl, , ; eUViNG PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Cair'ota,'�pcr'cwt, J.1.00. l-fhS: eo\o iNPriii: LctlVlirui^^'oV Inspects Battery Brigadier General K. A. Criiikslianks D.O.C. military district .No. 13, arrived In the city last uiglit and is today inspecting the 39lh Battery ae Henderson Park barracks.- It Is (luite commonly known that the Battery, will leave shortly for another training camp and this Is the last inspection before going. The 113th Kilties wore also inspected during the course of tho.day. Floods Stall Trains . The sudden dlsaiJpearunce ot Ihe snow In Southern Alberta lias been attended with near floods hi some places, iiarticniarly In, the soiitli, wlUi the result thai, the Coutts train-; which should have arrived early last evening,-is Hijill .stalled south of Warner. The tmck has been waslied o.ut for !i .considerable distance. No train went south tills inornlng, and It may be a,day or two heforo service ifs'resumed. The big bridge atMacleod lias also been damaged to some extent, l)ut service Is not likely to be; interfered with. Tlie city's watev BUjiply Is as had todayas It over lias beeji in the worst Hoods.. Thc'rlvar has-not broken 111), liut an Immense amount of sill nnd; debris is being washed -down. I HYPO-NEEDLE DIliNl^'eURES ARE "OBSOLETE" hi' modern medl-r.aP sclehce. same as the .stage coaQh is In hiodern methotlij of transpqi-ta-lion. .','.� - \VK tOU AHA NTIOH .that the .Neul Three-Day : Treatment coiislHts of liarnil'oss vogetablie ihedlclneV 'taken by the MQUTHONLV lu a flue-private room at the Neal Institute, 820 13lh Ave. .'W,, Calgary: Phono W4Ii25 NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS FRESH BUTTER-MILK Can be obtained dally from the ' Crystal Dairy Milk Vans at � 5c PER QUART Don't drink - iluddy Walor wlieu you can have milk. The Crystal Dairy PHONE 1576 GOOD MEALS at MURRAY'S MoKlHopIa 6th , St. Beside -HOME XOOKINGt SPECIAL AFTERNOOr^ TEAS , SERVED ^ J)  ENROLLMENT Ah.drill will commeiuu! sut^p us the weather [lennits, all present r'uem-Ijcfs of the llonie Guard and �those vvlio wisli to Join, are ri.xiuested to send their names to. either of the following uH.floon as iicuslbie; Citizen's RecrultlnK.lJeaiUjiiartovH, iHli St, South, or A. W|lIiam�on, 13111 Street 1ft Special School "Children's MATINE^at MAJESTIC----r , .SATURDAY AFTERNOON ' AT' 2,30 A C|esin,:i Decent^ Show that wiU'cleJIyht the kiddles, ' � >)^;i,�eTT'H)�(yi;coME : FRESH VEGETABLES Carrpts,\'lg-fb�-f6r .......... 25c Parsn.lps, 10Jb8..for,, 25c. Cabbage, 12;|b8 vfb'f .... .Vi 26o,' .Turnips,- 15':lb8;for....,, , .26b, .Ce|ory, 2 lb? for,........25c . Cauliflower,'20c aiid 25c . - Beets, 12 lbs for........Z^, 25c, COPIED YEGpTABLES TomatoeB,*3o�ig^pn( " " ' ". ; Poas, 2 cans for anii for ... 25o Mushrooms, per can 25c 26c, Beans, ? �?an8,for^ .250 Honilny, 2 cans tor ..,.. .iSSc, Swoet J'otatoes, per can Corn, 2" cans for .''.>  25if Spinach, '^2.c3n8 for 26o.' -�. 28q.' Corn on Cob^^pllon thu 65c French Peas, extra' small, per , ..... .3* OFFICE � ^HONE$-^11'13^a|JdJ'4,�f8^> 4 ;