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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta \ ] HIGH GLASS HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT BRIDGE DAILY' HERALD HOTEL WINBSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in'Alberta 'Where are you Going my Pretty Maid? 'Tin Going for Flour, Sir/' she said ''Then see that you get it Taylor Made'' ''You Bet Your Life, Sir/' she said SAtURDAY EVENING SPECIALS FRESH OYSTERS-Soiid Moats. roast SoaU'il. , . , .......... -lOc. SUN'DAY KUEAKf-'AST SAbSACE. ri.sllls. very ;-via!. vii- il............................ 20c no'-oGNA-.� ..i;t's -J ;>, ............. 25c. EVVIFT'S PC'.MEAL �ACK BACON-In llic plecp V, ; sjriv ;>.t 11.....................28c. SWIf-TS F-REMIUM. BONSZD RAW HAM, sllci-il \  ry ^5in�(�i;il. .>)ig rally tomorrow-. Police .Magistrate Klton speaks on the cause and object . of the present' world  conflict. -Mr.} �Kroner is the soloist for tli T'lmt^ 4 p.m. Place, Westminster '7 persons. KstimatcR of Ihe number of (irr-man subniarines actually destroyed range from IS to l.'i, and il is tiuite proiialile that lite acuial nuiiiher destroyed is greatly in excess ni this. OLOCOUNIRY FOOIBALL GAMES PLAYED TODAY AFTERNOON SERVED TEAS The Municipalities Convention Closes CARD OF THANKS Expressions of sympathy from our many friends are gratefully acknowledged by Mr. and .Mrs. \V. G. Smith. LOCAL MARKETS BIRTH McLlJA.N-To Mr. and .Mrs. Donald .McLean, on February Kith, a daughter. if.' I lilK i�l Hiill 87 LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon prices-Wheat .................................... Oats ..................................... Flax ....................................... liarlev .................................... Trad; prices :  Wheal .................................... Oats....................................... Flax ....................................... BUYING PHIUES FOR No. 1 timothy. t)!iled, ton ......10.00 Xo. I alfalfa, baled, ton ......... H.SO .Standard alfalf.'i ........................ il.OO No. 2 .alfalfa ............................... 8.00 No. 1 bluBjoint ........................... "J.50 Livestock unci Poultry f'lidice sleers, (':', to i;^. Fill cows, ."i.|, to Ii. Slieep-Choice killing wethers, 7. Sheep-Choice killing ewes, I;.',. Select hogs. l-)l)-2rili Itis., Si. Live fowl, 12c. BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, per cwt.. Jl.OO. Ucets, per cwt.. $1.00. Turnips, per cwt., 7Sc. Potatoes, per ton, $1K In $20. I'ar.-inips, per cwt. ^1.7.'). Cabbage, per cwt. $1.00 to $1.25. Toronto will oppose, the C. N. R.'s 'application for an extension of lime ; in wliicn to build the .Niagara, St. I Catharines and Toronto railway, i T. Hamlet Smallman, head of the ' llrnV of Smallnian and Ingram, Lon-Idon. died suddenly while being attended by a masseur. I-------- Kiel a Earni of Your Own j TAKE 20 YEArtS TO PAY if you wish. The land will smpport Boulton's Auto Livery CLOSED AND HEATED CAR Fare SOC (inside of City Limits) MEETS ALL TRAINS-HOSPITAL CALLS A SPECIALTY-PHONE-1206 GIVE US A TRIAL  "l'�ivou and pay lor Itself. An ImnioiiHe HAY I area of the most fertile land in W'est-' ern Canada for sale at low prices and easy terms, ranging from $11 to %?,() for farm lands with ample rainfall--irrigaled lanOs from SH.'i. Terms- ^ ..........._...... One-twentieth down, balance within i the associalion comi)lel?(i its list of l-Idmonton, .\lta., Feb. 18.-Quite a, scene of enthusiasm marked the >Uis-1 nark 0. ing session of the convcnlion of the .\lherla association of local improvc-inent disUicI an:l rural municipalities ill tlie .\lhion hall this afl'Crnoon, tlic singing of "God Save the King" by tlic 2'ill rielcgaies coining as ,1 (ittiiig climax to an exhibition of praclic;,l )iatriotisiii wiiicii resulted In .-i ''mi-J - triljtition of S120 from the delegates, iiidiviilually, and Ihe making of pro-^ vision for the cave of the dependents , J of those who are lighting or going to' light llie battles of the empire and civili7atinii. I'rior to the consideration of these resolutions the conveiitioti chose Calgary as the next place of meeting. .An invitation was also received from l,ethhri(lg sirnHviciil; of Crockery, soiiiclliiuo' cxirn liUicy in Dinner ware which wo are iiniiaeking iie.\l week, and we inusl haye more room. We have decided to clear out a few odd lines of Glassware, Biscuit Jars. Odd Plates, Celery Trays, Bon Bon Dish-'es, Pin Trays, Puff Boxes, Hair Receivers, Cocoa Sets, Platters and many other odd pieces. All goods will be displayed on our counters. Specials in Vegetables and Fruit for Tonight ("aiilillower................20c aiul 25('. Eead Led!nee, 2 for.......... .... 25c. .......... 35c Ijeal hellnce, jter ID. (.'Iiolce ('elery, per Ih, lOc iSnjikisi .Orunft-es per do/.,. .25c, 35c and 50c. .Lemons, lai'o-e size per doz. 30c. Bananas, i)cr do/,; ... ......... 35C Grrape Fruit lOc aiiil..........-.. .> . ..l2V6e H. A. McKILLOP NEXT HERALD OFFICE PHONES-1113 and-41B If  ;