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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta "^Z. PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta 0^ Very Important to Housekeepers. Our Week-end Sales Are Scoring Every Time. Friday and Saturday Specials This Week. Quality Goods. Satisfaction Guaranteed ? : : > ? entttor : Roben -M. La FDllettc toniglit announced Ills candidacy for > the presideaoy at the republl-�: can national convention at . ; Chicago next June. ? : ? ? : > ? > > ? > '/ ? ? ? CITY AND DISTKICT ^lias very liindly placed Ills uvitomobilp , i at the disposal of the otficers' staff of 1 j the lir.lh Kilties while they are quar-; ; tered at the barracks. His offer is ' i highly appreciated. ; Two Fire Calls | Tivo lire caH.s one about ' o'clock to Kverall ajid -Franks' print- , inn otllce In the Slnnol block, and : one at four o'clock to the Dominion block kept the tire department busy ; this afternoon. The first wa-s caused by an acctimulatiou of waste which | rtook tire from aii overheated pipe. The Dominion block tire was caused by a dirty tine which took fire, tilling the top storey Vritli smoke and giving: tlie inmates a ."care. In neither case 1 did tlie damage amount to anything. APPLES Our Apples are of such quality and In such fine condition that we feel proud of them. Anybody would that had them. We still have about 500 cases of them and we want to sell them all within a month's time, so we are offering them at remarkably low prices. 10 crates Orchard Itun, Kings. Cox's, OrauRe. Sulonip. and Ben Davis, special per crate $1.60 Or fi pounds for ........................ 25c Six crates King David. Orchard lluii, special por crate...........................51.25 Or S pounds for ........................ 25c No. 1 ICxtra fine H. C. York Imperial or Outarios, special per case......................$1.95 No. 1. Wagners, per case ................. $2,10 No. B. ('. Ontarios per case ............ $1.70 .No. L' Wagners. i)er case .................. $1.85 NAVAL ORANGES-i'.xlra nuality. per dozen- 25 cents and ..........................x27i ^c DAIRY BUTTER, fresh made, .iusl in at per lb, 33 cents �and ........................... 35c FRESH OYSTERS, foasl sealed, solid nu�ats. vorv special, per pint ................... "tOc. BROOKFIELD PORK SAUSAGE per lb. ... 25c WISCONSIN CREAM BRICK CHEESH fresh in tor Saturday, iier lb...................... -lOc COCOANUTS. each .................... 2Qc. HAMS, Stirling, uiedium si;;e, half or whole ham per pound 20c. LARD-Sweet riovor. ;!s per pail .......... 55c. ."is per pail......90c,; lOs pev pail .....S1.70 FRESH CELERY per lb................... 11c FRESH CAULIFLOWER, each ............ 25c. HEAD LETTUCE, 1' heads for ............ 25c. JERSEY CRANBERRIES, pep lb........... 20c FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT, each .......10c, 12' ,c ----- -25c NEW LAID EGGS-We expect some of these In tomorrow. ROLLED OATS-Robin Hood, C'nrlotis, 1' for 45c. ICiglit pound sacks, per sack ............. 32c Tweiily pound .saclt.�. per sack ......... 72c. FLOUR-5 Roses, 34 lb sack .............. 95c FLOUR-".Our Best" 24 lb .sacks .......... 90c. FLOUR-"Our Best" 40 lb. sacks ........ $1.75 FLOUR, "Our Best" DS lb. sacks ...........$3.50 MAPLE SYRUP-PRIDE OF CANADA; cyan 11 tins, iier tin ..................... 55c. One-half Gallon tins, each .............. $1-00 tialloit tins, each '..................... $1,85 MAPLE SYRUP-OLD THYME BRAND - Quart tins, eacli ........................ 50c Olio-half gallon tins ................, .... 90o HONEY-Finest Ontario, White Clover, riiit sealers, i-iicli ...................... 10c l-'ive pound tins each .................. $1.00 Ten jiound tins, each ..:.............. $1.95 CORN ON THE COB-Gallons, each ....... 60c, CORN, PEAS and BEANS per tin .......... 11c TOMATOES, ;!.s. ;i lins for ................ 40c PRUNES-111 lb. boxes. (iO-TOs. We got a b;;; snap on these: U'.) boxes, special [ler box $1.i5 SE.^NS, California Speckled Hayos, small size. pounds for ......................... 25c. CANNED FRUIT IN HEAVY SYRUP, size '.'s, Special 7 tins assorted for__.............. $1.05 Special per ctse assortecP ............. $3.50 JAMS-Pure Rasiiberry and Black Currant. .1 lb. pails, best quality, each ................. 70c. JAMS, Pure I'each. Plum and lied Currant, 1 lb. pails, each . .......................... 65c. CRAB APPLE JELLY, finest. I lb. pails each 65c. JAM-Hose brand, better than tlie ordinary M'-pie ml.xtures-all kinds. Strawberry, Rasiiberry Uliick and Kcd Ciin'uiit, Peadi and Re.l Cur-^lant. Extra special per 4 lb pail .........t3c COMB HONEY, White Clover per section Si)ecial. 2() Ib.s B. C. Susar along willi a $2.00 grocery order lor . ..DLiiO OFFICE PHONE 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 5 2 5 W. J. Bartlett III Word was receiveeam, hotel size, each .................. 22c Brunswick Sardines, per tin 4c. Llbby'a Sliced Pineapple, :;s 25c Fears, 2s-:; tor......... 25c. ijreeu Gage Piuius, heavy svrup 2 for ........, ...... 25c. Currants per lb. ...... 14c. Muscatels, Ralsitis, per lb. 11c. Raisins, 11 oz. jiackage ... 11c. Dates, 10 oz. package .....11c Sugar, finest granulated B, C, liO lb. sack ........... $1.58 No. Mav . .luiy . .May , .luly . 10 ii:i 20.-,?8 20:;% 117'A 114% ......... Ill's i ......... lOSl's i No. \ .Northern ............. H'tJ' .No. Northern ........... Oats-No. -1 C. W................ No. :; c. w............... Extra 1 Feed ............. .No. 1 Feed ,.............. Barley- No. Z ..................... No. 4 ..................... Flax-No. 1 .N. W. C............ C. W............... Chicago Wheat ........... ]2:i.-^i ........... Minneapolis Wheat ........... 121% ........... 121V_. NyaFs Cod-Liver Compounds -Will Keslore Vitality T(� Ku!i-I>o�n Sy.s- For anaemic persons or tliose suffering troiu deficient vitality Nyal's t:od Liver Compound is unhesitatingly recommended Cor it helps build up cells and tis-/ sues and is highly beneficial for an old cold, or cough. Price .50c and $1.00 Per bottle The Red Cross Drag & Beok Co., Limited Protect Your Health Boil Your Water and Use Pasteurized Milk The Crystal Dairy PHONE op- lluil ill liis opinion Upposition l.catl-er \Vill(iUf;hbv should join him in the rciiucsl for an investii;alion. lie dc-sciihcil it as the must serious chafge in a constitutional si'nsc cvcf uiadc ill Caiunla. .1. 1.;. Draiishaw, who .made recent char.ups af^aitisl llic j;ovcrnniciifc expressed the opinion that Mr, Cnldcr's cliarni's were not true and that al-Ic'Ttl interview hplwecn Ihe federal niiiii.stfr and !\Ir. Cahirr was only a "siippDSi'ri" one. The Commission Mci'dte the house ro.sc the premier IlOKiua, Sask., Kcli. �.:^:!.-.\l the .. , eniiiK of the Ici^islatiire this afl.eriuioii ."iUitcil ilial the ))pr.soimel of the roy-Freinicr Scott' infcunied the Imusc al commission Ui look into the roails that he had scnl the followinn icle- ''lKtru;cs wa.s almost coinplcle. K. L. irrain to .^ir Wilfrid l.auriir ai Ot^ j ^^i'Ihk"*". ex-chief .iustice of the pro-unva : vince, will he cliairnian and will be "lion. .\. .1. Calder in ptoviiicuil i "ssisieil hy \\. K. Alason, Saskatch-housL' la;st ni.i;ht charu,fd thai lion, i i'^im c''i"''i�l ini'ii^iCCf of UiC Canndiv Hiihert Uogets had ori two occasions I I'criiiaiieni f.l;. IGtli I from the residence of .Mr. .\. ,1. Baras-jsin, ."\lr.s. I.'Jeining'.s I'atlier, lo the i.Maple Leaf cemetery. The servici! I was sad and impressive and was con-lilucted by Rev. .1. R. Uattisby, D.D., | j former pastor of St. Andrew's church, j of which .Mr. Fleming was an earnest member, lie was assisted by Canon R. S. W. Howard, rector of Cliiist church. .\ large number were iires-ent at the service. The lloral tributes were many and beautiful, inclndiuK tokens from Toronto, Ca!gar>-, Riverside and Lethbrldge. i discovered. Caldcr further charj!,e!i i that Rogers threatened if these i iliinKS were not done the Scott nov-I ernmeiil \\ou!'l be constitutionally I einbarrasseil and slronjtlv hinted that Ihe had ot uiuild have mi-iins at his j disposal for tliis purpose. Tiii's'.' inat-I ters should be broii.s^ht lo the altcn-lion of pariiauipiit immediately aii^l ii necpssiiry an investigation demanded. -H'.iltcr .Scott." The iiremict then stated to tlie lioii.se lliat the uialler wa>'. so gravi' tracts for roads as well as any other woilis of 11 fniuilulenl cliaraclcr in roniiection with roads and bridges built since Fli;^. Foresters' Meeting The regular meetlnR of the Canadian Order of Foresters will be held in the K. of P. hall this evening at S I o'clock sharp, when another lot ot caudidale.s will cross the zeii . . IJoc and per dozen..... 2,oiyt^H% 50e. 8PINACII, HEAD UYVTVCE, ?i?LER� A. McKILLOP NEXT HERALD OFFICE PHONES-1113 and 418 ;