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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta r.ss PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSQR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta Fresh Ranch Butter and Strictly New Laid Eggs ^V( liavo sliipnuMits r both Icr t'U',i!,"s MVi'iviii"' aliuosi ovcMy (lay. Vi'shM'day aii had some very riin> (\u\us and cxpoct aiinthi'i- h�l on Monday nioruinu'. 'IMic InilliM' also is viM-y fine. Si rift ly now laid ou'.u's, per do/(Mi .....oOc. Firsh Ranch Mutter p(M- Ih. . .32�/2('. and 'Jri^c. MauTath Crranicry HiUl(>r, \wx Ih........-lOc TIKSDAV. FEB. L>5)(h Ki:i) CHOWS DAY-Seiul lis your Cash Orders lor this (lay. 10 Ji'x's to (he Rod Cross Fimd. OFFICE PHONE 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE. PHONE 525 A Percentage of MODEL BAKERY Bread Sales on Tuesday Next, Red Cross Day, will be given to the Red Cross Fund. N. J. SCHWEITZER, Prop. PHONE 1175 Don't Forget Feb. 29th Red Cross Day By niHking your puicliases in our store on Red Cross Day you will help the Red Cross Work along as we are contributing a substantial percentage of the. total proceeds of that day's business to the Red Cross Society. Anticipate your wants and make the purchases on February 29th of your requireinents for the next week or so. Ike Red Cross Dr�g & Book Co., Limited Remove from City Mr. and Mrs. H. Dieseth and family leave today for .Mohail, .V. D., where they will reside in the future. .iMr. Dieseth has been manager of the Citizens Lumber Co. here for the past six years hut retired at the beginning of this year. He goes to .Mohall to take his old position with the firm he was with before coming to Leth-�bridge. He says Lethbridge looks good to him and that he may return^ Correction in Speech In the Herald's issue of Feb. i.S, in which whs contained the remarks of ^V. A. Buchanan. S\.P.. in the Commons, in the matter of rural credits. Mr. Buchanan was quoted in error as saying that the farmers paid an average of 4 per cent, for money compared with r>V= per cent, paid by Ontario farmers. This should have read that the western fanners pay an average of !> per cant. SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Wheat- Open Clo^e .Mav......... ... US .iuly......... ... lion Oats- .Mi>y......... ... 41-4 .Inly......... ... 42U 111, IJarley- May.........    * � Pla.x- May........ 20!� Boultbn^s Auto Livery �Winnipeg Cash Prices Xorthern ............. Ill i Northern ............. I(i8'4 j Northern ............. Northern ............. Northern............. Northern ............. Feed No. :! No. I Feed . Fla.\-No. 1 !.\'0. -1 CLOSED AND HEATED CAR Fare SOC (inside of City Limits) MEETS ALL TRAINS-HOSPITAL CALLS A SPECIALTY-PHONE-1206^ GIVE US A TRIAL .May .luly �May .luly N. W. C............. C. W................ Chicago Wheat ........... ........... li:^'!; Minneapolis Wheat ........... 117 V.. ........... lIH'i ->1., I'.in'L IK'.H J lo-i, 110^ 111) LOCAL MARKETS SAVE THE DIFFERENCE -throuo'Ji our big' lutroductory Sale and lielp lis increase 1h.e Ked Gross Fund on ^I'lics-day ])ext RED CROSS DAY 'VVJiOii Ave are glad to give a ijereeiilage of our sales to the Avork of ihe lied Cross. .Hel]) us do a g'ood day's ljusiiiess. The enarmous savings afforded'by our sale are a big indiioe-�J lien I. WESTERN MERCANTILE CO. SAM SADJPWSKI, PROPRIETOR PHONE 1724 : VVe Dftllver to �ir Parte of the City 606 THIRD AVE. SOUTH m; ;;ii4 ISC';; HAY LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wai^iiii prices- V.TTKat .................... ftt OalK ...................... :'.0 Flax ..................... IHl ; Uarley ................... In'!; Track prices : Wheat.................... ;Oats .................... iFlax ..................... i BUYINO PRlCtS FOR i No. 1 liniotln'. haled, ton ...... 10.00 � No. 1 aUalta, haled, toit ......... 0.50 i Stamlard alfalfa ........................ 9.00 i No. 2 alfalfa ............................... 8.00 i .So, 1 liluejoiiil .......................... lO.lin j Livestock and Poultry I'lioice stPitrs, (l.J to li:;. Fat cows, ,').|. to fi. Sheep-eiioico killinn wethers, 7, Slicep-Choice killing ewes, .Select ir)n-2,-)0 lbs., 7\. Live fowl. Vic. i For Red Cross I The puopla of Crystal i^ake district lat'o the i'.r.st to "weigh in" in connec-;tion I'.ilu the Ued Cvobb campaign. iLast evotilng a very aucceasful dance 'was held and the handsome sum of $iiO was today handed over to the tretiBurer as .a result. Miss Conulck, and the ladles who assisted her, worked hard to organize the affair are to he nougratulated on such a splendid Buocess. Everything is Set For Red Cross Day ICverythiUK Ih set for Ued CroBS day next Tuesday. The inurchunt.s practically to a man have tlirown tlielr support into tlie campaign, while tliere is-no douht the cltlzenH will do their Khare to help out and ni