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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta ".Z. PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta Very Important to Housekeepers. Our Week-end Sales Are Scoring Every Time. Friday and Saturday Specials This Week. Quality Goods. Satisfaction Guaranteed A UCTION SALE WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1 At the Lethbridge Sales Barn 2 Grade Pt>rcheron Stallions rising 3 years old. Registered Shorthorn bulls. ",'> head of work horses, to � years old. wejs?!it from llmi lo J.".00 lbs. 1 Grade Peivlieron .Slallion rising r> years, weight 160n. 1 Hegistered I'ercheron Stallio^i rising 1*'. years old. SALE COMMENCES AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP IN AFTERNOON TERMS CASH J. A. SMITH Auctioneer H. O. ROLLAG, Manager 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 vAre want.to sell them all within a month's time, so we are offering them at remarkably low prices. 40 cralt'..^ Orrhnrd Rtni, King's, fox's. Orange. Salome, and Ben Davis, special per crate $1.60 Or (! pound.^ for ........................ 25c Six mates Kinp David. Orcliard Uuu, special per crate. . .'........................ $1.25 Or S pounds for ........................ 25c Xo. I Kxtru fine B. ('. York Imperial or Ontarios, special i>er case......................$1.95 Xo. 1. \VaKiiers. per ca.se ................. $2.10 .Vo. -. U. C. Ontarios per ca.^e ............ $1.70 ,\o. - AVagners, par case .................. 51.85 NAVAL ORANGES-Extra qualUy, vet" dozen- 25 cents ?nd .......................... 27i ^c DAIRY BUTTER, fresh made, just in at per lb. 33 cents and ........................... 35c FRESH OYSTERS, Coast sealed, solid meats, vf>rv special, per pint ................... 40c. BROOKFIELD PORK SAUSAGE per lb. ... 25c WISCONSIN CREAM BRICK CHEESE fresh in for Saturday, per lb...................... 40c COCOANUTS, eacli .................... 20c. HAMS, Stirling, medium size, half or whole ham per pound 20c. LARD-Sweet Clover. 3s per pail .......... 55c. ."iS per pail......90c.; lOs per pail.....$1.70 FRESH CELERY per lb................... 11c FRESH CAULIFLOWER, each ............ 25c. HEAD LETTUCE, per head............... 10c. JERSEY CRANBERRIES, per lb........... 20c FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT, each .......10c, 12' -c COMB HONEY, White Clover per section ... 25c NEW LAID EGGS-We expect some of these In tomorrow. ROLLED OATS-Uoblii Mood, (bartons. 1.' for 45c. Kiglit pound sacks, per sack............. 32c . ��'w;enty pound sacks, per sack ......... 72c. FLOUR-5 Roses, 24 lb sack .............. 95c FLOUR-"Our Best" 24 lb sacks .......... 90c. FLOUR-"Our Best" 49 lb. sacks ........ $1-75 FLOUR, "Our Best" 98 lb. sacks ...........$3.50 MAPLE SYRUP-PRIDE OF CANADA: Quart tins, per tin ..................... 55c- One-half Gallon tins, eacli .............. $1.00 Gallon tins, each ..................... $1.85 MAPLE SYRUP-OLD THYME BRAND ijtUirt tins, each ........................ 50c One-hiilC gallon tins .................... 90o HONEY-Finest Ontario, White Clover, I>iut .''ealers. each ...................... 40c Fi\e pound tins each .................. $1.00 Ten pound tins, each ................. $1.95 CORN ON THE COB-Gallons, each ....... 60c. CORN, PEAS and BEANS per tin.......... 11c TOMATOES, ;is, ;'. tins for ................ 40c PRUNES-10 lb. boxes, 00-'Os. We got n blR snap on these; tl!!") boxes, special per 'jox $1.i5 BEANS, California Speckled Hayos. small size. ;!>-. i)ouuds for ......................... 25c. CANNED FRUIT IN HEAVY SYRUP, size '.Is, Special 7 tins assorted for..............$1.05 Special per case assorted ............. $3.50 JAMS-Pure Raspberry and Black Currant. 4 lb. pails, best quality, each ................. 70c. JAMS, Pure Peach, Plum and lied Currant, t lb. pails, each ........................... 65c. CRAB APPLE JELLY, finest, 4 lb. pails each 65c. JAM-Uose brand, belter than the ordinary Apple mixtures-all kinds. Strawberry. Itaspberry illack and Hod Currant. Peach and Red Currant. Kxtru .special per 4 lb pail .........4 117 �"s 42', 42-K  UIO 2o;*:u 21-' 2 11 A List To Show You the Values You Can Have at Our Big Introductory Sate BOYS' SUITS About 'in more suiiK of Belgian workmanship left. Keg-ular value iH.m, $lt.00 and $10.00. Sale "price ..... $3.75 Boys' Suits in gray, brown and dark tweeds and worsteds. Regular value $s, %, $io.Oft- Sale price ......'....... $4.75 Regular value $11.on for $5.75 LADIES' SHOES 100 pairs Ladies' Suoef in black and tan. good value at %'i.m. Sale price ....... $^45 Tifi pairs I-auie.-J' Black Shoos laced or button, will worth $4..'in Sale price .............. $2.75 MEN'slsHOES ~~ Regular ' values ' jn.OO, |t;.00 and $i)..'i0 per pair. Sale price per pair ................ $2.95 . . OVERALLS In striped black and blue, lull size, five pockets. You pay anywhere ?1.2."). Sale price............... 95c '. SHIRTS With. French and stiff cuffs, with separato collars, striped or plain. All sizes. Regular value $1.50, $1.25, $1.00. Sale price ............... 69c. MEN'S SUITS Fine tailored black or brown tweeds and worsteds Regular value �13.00 and 1.14.00. Sale Price..................$7.45 ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR Canada's Best-Special for Friday and Saturday 98 lb. sack ............ $3.35 49 lb, sack _____.......... $1,69 24 lb, sack ............... 85c. GROCERIES We can save you from 10% to 20% on your grocery bill. .N'ote these prices, and phone 1724. Wo will deliver to any part of tho city. Fresh Celery and Letlticc lor Saturday PotfttODS, per 100 lbs____$1.25 OulonB, B. C; a lbs lor ., .25c, Libby-'u Sauer Xvraut per tin 14c Fre.sh Creamery Butler, per poimd................ 38c. 2 lbs for...............75c Cream of Wheat ......... I9c Oglivie's Rolled Oats, 20 lb. sack .................. fc9c. 8 lb i:ack ............ 3Dc. Robin Hood or Purity Oats. 4 lb. package ............ 23c Tomatoes, 'is per tin ......13c Peas, Com and Beans, per tin ....................... 11c F'rentli Peas, finest, per tin 15c. St. Charles Cream, family size each ......... ......... 10c St. CliarU'S Cream, hotel size, each .................. 22c Brunswick Sardines, per tin 4c. Llbby's Sliced Pineapple, .Is 25c Pearp, 2.s-2 for-.........25c. Green Gage Plum.'S, heavy svrup 2 for ..................25c, Currants per lb........... 14c. IMuscatels, Raisins, per lb. 11c. Kalslns, 11 oz. package ... 11c. Dates, 10 oz. package .....11c Sugar, finest granulated B. C., 20 lb. sack........... $1.53 ' fr�sh fruits ~ Navel Oranges, per dozen 27c and 38c. Bananas, per dozen....... 35c demons, per dozen ....... 29c Apiiles, Wagners, per box $1.60 4 lbs for ............... 25c Strawberries and Raspben'ios. Hyglean brand, per tin . .20c. Redth'OBB Pickles, in 18 oz. bottles, ill Chow Chow, Sweet, and Sour Mixed, and Onions, per bottle............. 22c Red Cross \'inegar, per hot. 17c Frv'.s or Baker's Cocoa, lli. tins ................... 24c Cliuso & Sanborn (Coffee, one pound tins ............ 38c Van Camp's Souj), assoru-d,  per tin................ 11c i Oats- ^ilay.......... ijuly.......... ! Barlev- TMav.......... Flax- -May......... . .Uily.......... Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat- jXo. 1 .Vortliern ............. 110"^ ,Xo. 2 .Xorthern............ 114 Xo. .Xorthern .. � Oats- Xo. 2 C. W....... Xo. Z C. W....... Xo. 1 Feed ....... Xo. 2 Feed ................. .'!fi'?� Barle.v- Xo. 3 ...................... Xo. 4 ..................... til '4 Flax- .Vo. 1 X. W. C............... 20.5 Xo. 2 C. W................. 202 Chicago Wheat .May............ nil IISO; i.Iuly............ 1D'>',L' lloTk Xo Minneapolis markets today. FREE on 112% ; 40 "s i LOCAL MARKETS prices ; LOCAL GRAIN \ Wagon price.s- i \\'hea't ................. 'Oats .................... Flax ................... Barley ................. 1 Track prices : i Wheat ................. Oats .................... .Flax .................... I BUYING PRICES FOR I No. 1 timothy, baled, ton ...... No. 1 allalfa, baled, ton ......... Standard alfalfa ........................ No. 2 alfalfa ............................... Xo. 1 bhipjoint .......................... Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, tl', In (>;. Fat cow.s, to I). Sheep-Choice killinR wethers, 7 Sheep-Choice killing ewes, Kil. .Select hogs, l,")0-3r)n Jlis., 11. Live iowl, I2c. BAKING POWDERS Kggo, 1(! oz. per tin ...... 19c. .Magic, 12 02. per tin ..... 17c. Royal Shield, 12 oz. per tin 15c Dr. Price's 12 oz. per tin ..38c. DRIED FRUITS Pnines, 10s, por box $1,16 Apilcots, 10a, per box ,, .$1.45 Peaches. 10s, per box .... 82c, WESTERN MERCANTILE CO. SAM SADOWSKI, PROPRIETOR PHONE 1724 We Deliver to all Parts of the City 606 THIRD AVE, SOUTH :is :i0 184 4r,VJ iij:;>i :!2ii lSiS% HAY .. 10.00 'J.50 a.00 8.00 10.00 Sgiturday A TINE f pOTII UKLSII nOLDEK YALUE 25c ^\�e have procured a lot of these" very useful articles and on Saturday, while they last we .'ihall give one to every purchaser of r,0c or over of Drugs, .\'yal Preparations, Toilet Sundries, and Drug Sundries. See The.se in Our ^^"uHIoAV The Red Cross Drug & Book Co., limited PROSPECTS FOR EARLY WAGE AGREEMENT IN SOFT COAL FIELDS Xrw York, Feb. 'i 1.-l'ros))ccts of i an early aRiccmcnt on a new wa^c scale tor the soil coal lields of western I'ennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana and Illinois, were pronounied unidi brighter today. 'I'lu' miners, it iPnined, have been given lo under-! stand that they ma\ look for coiu-es- j sions with rci!;ard to the mine r\ni ; ;demand which h;is deadlocked the : mine owners and tlieir emplovecs for ' nearly two weeks. � ANNOUNCEMENTS non't forget tho auction sale of iiorses at the Lethbridge Sale Burn, Wednesday, Marcli Ist, at one o'clock. See other page for particulars. Ol-I was ! |.;i)(;a|{-On BIRTHS Tuesday, I'^eb. 22nd, to Mr. and .Mr.s. A. W. l';dgnr, a son. CITY xVND DISTRICT To Open at 9 o'clock Commencing on .Monday next, tho public schools of the city will open at 11 in the moniing instead of 9..'!0. Goes South Siipf. .Mc.-Vrthur of the C. P. R. went to Pakowskl today on a regular trip of inspection. Railway Official Pat Scanlnn. the well known representative of the .Milwaukee raiJwar systeni, is a visitor in the city today. New Company The E. B. Tainter Co., Ltd.. of Ta-her, has been incorporated with a capitalization of ?2."),000. Home Guard Meeting The executive of the Kome Guard will meet at the board of trade rooms on Saturday evening at o'clock. Sunshine City a letter addressed to "The Lethbridge Sunsliine City." found its wav into the otlice of the city clerk this morning. It came from Britisli Columbia. To Cure a Cold in One Day Talio I4XATIVK BROiMO QIJININIO Tablets. Druggists refund money If it; fails to cure. iC. \V. f.iUOVlC'S signature is on earli l)nv. '.'.'ic Splendid Address on Work in China ['niijue and magnificent was llie address given last niglit iit St. Angus-tin's liall liy tlie Kiglit Hev. Win. C. Wliite, D.D., on his work in China, i Bisliop White has been a missionary I in <;iiina for twenty years and has jheen Bishop of ilonan for the past live years. He gaveuin outline or liis work and it Is almost incredible to j liear of his accompllsliments. A large school for boys and one lor girls has been erected. ".\ Door of Hope" or-I phanage and a hospital oyoneil and a i largo church -with a seating capacity of 1200 built at Kaifeng. This ciuirch Is filled at evory^ service, as the Clii-nese are always very anxious to hear tho Gospel. The mlsBlonarios were able to do good work for the natives during the famine and ever since that time tlicy have boon welcomed- in I every home. The present king of I China has conferred a special order upon the Bishop; he is the'only white man to have received this honor. Tho governor of the province of Ilonan attended In state tho service of prayer on behalf of China. The Hlsliop sug-gofited that a uervlce of JiitorceHBion An Auto-Strop Razor for the asking You have (he j)ri\-lej�'e ol" a nioiith's I REi: SHAYES Come in aiul asli ns. J. D. Higinbotham & Co. " Limited ---The StegS^ 'Wor* Telephone 223 For !=!8d Cross .less F. llinck, of the Club pool hall at Grassy Lake, has offered to donate all the proceeds from that business on Feb. 20th to the Letiibridge Red Cross funds. Annual Meeting The congregation of St. Andrew's churdi are lioUHng their annual moet-] ing next Monday, 2Sth. Tho var-i ious reports will be given by the olli-iclals and It Is also expected that l^r. ' Ferguson will be present. Travellers to Entertain Tlie I'liited Commercial Travellers, Lethbridge Council, are out to entertain their trictuls tomorrow evening in the i.O.O.F. hall. At 7 o'clock the tegular incctiiii; will he held for tncnihers, and at 8.30 a social evening will start wlicii friends will invade the hull to liear the program \ that has- been prepared and have a rteneial good time. \'i.sitiiiK travellens are welcome. Picitcshmcnts will he served.. CLEARANCE SALE of Wall Papers, Burlaps and lings We have a nninber ol" odd lots of papers we are selling cheap. A niiniltcr of txld boriU'i's. ill all coioi'. for (iiilcd w'.'ills. OVK SIVRIXG STOCK XOW IX. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE r;eXT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL. PHONE 1265 Just Arrived A Shipment of Pure Olive Oil 1() and J lll.< Ol) is France and yon iinadiil i'rc.sh ill botrktl COIIICS to i'm ted hollies or .u'alloii ciiiis and no ad van CO in prices. WE BOUGHT THIS RIGHT YOU GET THE ADVANTAGE AT The Frank Hedley Drug Co. FIFTH STREET SOUTH' LETHBRIDGE Lecture on War An illustrated iei^ture on the lirst .vuar of tho war will be given by A. K. Oltowell M.A., secretary of the de-partmeu'L of extension of the University of Alberta, on Thursday, -March 2nd at .S.I.') in Central School auditorium. This lecture will ho prof.usoly illustrated. The lectiiro is given under the auspices of. the High school. No admission fee Is charged and a cordial invitation is extended to the public to be preeent. It is reiiuested that all children under l,'i years he accompanied by parents. be held for tho waiTing nations at the same time us it was being held all over the world and the governt/r not only gave his consent, but again attended the tf.iurch In slate. This recognition of tlio church by tho state lias been very beneficial at; the natives now allt-nd in large numbers. SHIP 50 PER CENT LESS WHEAT \Vashi^^noll, Kch. ,2;i.-Wheal ex-.pcjrlK (or .laniiarvMJhcceased nearly fdl per cent, compaffld \*itli ,laiiuiu'y, lOlf), and CDlton exports decreased more than -10 per cent., while exports of incal and ilairy produ'i** iucrcas-ud al'l"'''ciably. a Handsome Display 'I'o create greater interest, if that were .nosslble. In Ued Cross work and next Tuesday's effort in parlicular, the ilndson'H Hay Co. have placed one of tliolr Bi)aciouB windows at the disposal of tho local organization. Advantage of this has been taken so as to make a show of the homo made articles which are being forwarded to the Hed Cross Iioad((uarters from here. Tho chief feature is that of a wounded soldier being attended by a typical nurse, and It is a replica of scenes oulle common In tho old country and on tho continent of Europe. One has only to see the picture to realise the good work already done and which still remains to be done It the uecoHBary linances nfe forthcoming. There arc also on view a uutn-bor of other urtlcles of various des-eripilon wlilch are being mado In the city by the Hod Crosti workers. It Hhould lie mentioned that tho furniture used was kindly lout by Hawden liros. while tlio looal staff of the Day arranged Ihi; disphi.v, Vegetables and Fruits Currol.s. pci'-tl) .....)\/4C. Lclliico, per 11) ..... 35e. Parsnips, per lb. .... .ll^e Cflcry, 211)8 lor.....2.')C. Cnggiibslird iinlo pimhiou FRUITS CtlbbllliL', l)t'r 11) .'. . . 1 '/iC. , , . ^^ ,, .'^ - Crtiiiberncs, lb ......20c. I.iirnii)s, lOrb.s ..... 2tif. Beets, per II)....... l%c Onm^os, 2 dozen .... ;}5c B.C. Oiilon.s Kl.rb.s .,.2.'ic. Oranges, doz 25c, .'loc 50c FRESH VEGETABLES Lemons, large size.s, .30c. Spinucli, 'ilbs ....... 25e Baiuuuis ........... ;35c CaiiUriuwer........ 25c. Winesap Apples, per b().\ Head Lelliiee. 2 lor .25c. $1.85 Crockery and Glassware AVe liavc a few tidd lines ol" (llassware, elc., we want (() clear oul. Glass Friiil Dislies, regular i)Oc I'or............. 25c. Waler .lugs only......".......................25c'. Odd lines of (u'a.ss............................ lOc. �l?�lales, hirge size, per ball' dozen.................50c ]:iei'ry SeUs. for set ol' seven pieces...............$1.25 Cocoa Sels, per .sel...........................$1.50 PCilT Boxes and Hair Heceiver.s, each............. , 25c Biscuit ,lars', eaeb ............................. 50c Gravy Boat and Sltind......................... 35c. Gallon (j'oclis, I, 2, !5, and i gallons, pej' gallon .... 25c Tea Pols, 30c, lOc, and .............. 50c. Syrup .lugs ..........,,................50c. Cliee.se Dishes, eacli'......................... 50c. Mixing Biiwls, 1 si/,e.s, 25c, 35c, 40c and 50c.' Opal N'est Eggs, iier dozen ...,................. '10c. H. A. McKILLOP next herald office PHOIMES-1113 and 419 ;