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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta ;!:^s PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT HOTEL WINDSOR Best $ 1.25 a Day Hotel in Albei'la "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 Our Prices on Apples Will be Advanced Next Week They are costiiisf more toilay than wlial we are sellin}� them for. Get a box now at the old prices. Quality siuarantecd. NO. 1 YORK IMPERIAL OR 1 QC ONTARIOS, per case ............... ^i.SfD  Sonth, will open for husiness tomorrow. Our repair plant is u]i-to-date in every respect, carrying a full line of repairs for tin-Studebaker car. Also a full line of Acces-fsories, Tires and Tubes. Have now installed first class YrLCAN-IZER and are prepared to Take eare of tire troubles of all kinds. Full Line of New Studebaker Cars are being Unloaded Today �-aud I would ask all prespective buyer!? at motor cars to call auJ inspect these ears before making up jour mind as to what car you will buy this spring. An open comparison i? all we ask. STUDEBAKER GARAGE J. T. GRAHAM, PROPRIETOR Wheat-May ..... Oats- .May ... July ... Barley-.May ... Flax- Open lOCVi -10 031.2 Close lll'i 111^4 .n \i �11'4 July............... Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat- Xo. 1 N'ortliern ............. lOfc?^ Xo. - Northern ............. 107 No. :> Northern ............. lOr. No. 4 Northern ............. 101U Oats-No. 2 C. W............... No. o C. W.............. Kxtni Mo. 1 Feed ......... No. 1 Feed .............. i No. L' Feed . Barley- .\'o. a ...... No. 4 ...... Feed ......., Flax-.Vo. 1 S. W. No. 2 C. W. 34-j. c. Chicago Wheat May............ lO'Jli July............ I07!i Minneapolis Wheat May............ 1071,2 July............ 107 GO 00 illU 11 lu Ul DR. CUTTON FOR FRONT Halifax. Feb. iB.-One of the pre-1 aidents of a maritime university is dropping his work to go to the front. Dr. G. B. Cutton, president of Acadia college at W'olfville, has been accept-ied for overseas service and will command a company of the 219th battalion in the Nova Scotia highland brigade. Dr. Cutton has begun his officers' training course. Why Drink Impure Water Wo have a ^^ ATEK STERLIZEK tliat will -.make iin-pure drinking water absolutely pure and safe. This is a scientific product, made by Burrough and \\'e\-come and is in the form ot a tablet.. Suft'leieut in one .�mall package for 250 sallons. Price o5c. The Red Cross Drag & Book Co., Limited CITY 2V ND DLSTKICT Sons of England Notice The S. O. K. meet tomorrow night nt S o'clock sharp in the S. O, li. hall. -AH members are requested to attend. Turin's Donation The treasurer of the Hod Cro.ss society begs to ncknowlodge receipt of $71.00. proceeds of a basket supper and dance by tho ladies of Turin, per Mrs. Uutherford. Death of Infant The death occurred ye.slorday of the 5 day."! old son of Mr. and .Mrs. F. M. Berry. 402 4th avenue .south. Th funeral was held lhi.� ar'leruoon from the residence. f Home Guard Drill Weather permitting, an open air drill of the home guard will be held on Thursdi;,y evening, the fall-In taking place .leforc the Chinook Club. Tliose who have rilles are asked to bring them along. Land Agent Here John M. Downs, land agent of Spokane, who Is heavily interested in Southern Alberta lands, is in the city today looking over conditions in tho south. Mr. Downs expects to see quite an indux of Washington people to Alberta this spring. Big Introductory Sale GROCERIES We can save vou from 10% to 20% on vour grocery bill. Our stock is fresh and complete. We invite your inspection. FLOUR Royal Household, Canada's best 98 lb. sack____$3.35 49 lb. sack $1.G9 24 lb. sack .i, Soc 20 lb. sack .... 09e 8 lb. sack ...... '^\)^', CANNED GOODS Tomatoes, 3s, Per tin ............ Com, Peas, and Beans, per tin............. French Peas, per tin ............... St, Charles Cream, family size, per tin ---- Hotel size, per tin........ 25c 13c 11c 15c 10c FRUITS Sti'awberrles and Raspben-ies Hyglean Brand OA� per tin.............^UC Peaches and Pears 2s 2 tins for........... Libby's Pineapple, 3s, per tin.............. 35c 25c Green Gage Plums, and 1 Blueberries, per tin.. UC Poars, L. S., 2b 2 tins for........ 25c ROLLED OATS �Kobin Hood or Purity Oats, in 4 lb packages Cream of Wheat per package ........ Grape Nuts, per package ............ BAKING POWDERS KkSo, 3 6 oz. tin.s per tin .........,,.. Magic, 12 QL tins per tin ............. Dr. Piices 12 oz tins per tin ............. Royal Shield 12 oz. per tin ............. Cocoa, Fry's or Baker's V- lb tins ............ C. & S . Coffee. 1b, per tin .......... e. & S. Coffee, 2s, per tin........... Strictly new laid eggs per dozen ........... Swift's Premium hams, OC- whole or half per lb. .. LOk, Swift's Premium Bacon, oj- whole or half per lb. OOL Swift's Cooked Ham sliced per lb......... Swift's Roast Pork & Dressing sliced lb. .. Swlfta 'Lard, .lib tins............. B lb tins ............... 87c 10 lb. tins ........... *1-73 23c 19c 14c 19c 17c 38c 15c 24c 38c 75c 50c 35c 30c 55c TO STOP SMUGGLING Amsterdam, Feb. 2G.-The Tele-graaf, today, says that the new Dutch ; minister ot finance is determined to stamp out smuggling and has asked . for 2000 new customs officials, who ; are to be recruited from the military. | I --- =1 ANNOUNCEMENTS | Don't forget the auction sale of I , horses at the Lethbridge Sale L'arn, i i Wednesday, March Ist. at one o'clock. \ ;See other page for particulars. �4-4 J. T. Graham's new Studebaker garage on 6th .street opposite. the Her-i aid will be opened for business on ' March 1st. Messrs. Johnstone and Ritchie have removed their offices from the Union Bank Building to the Acadia Block, No. 612 3rd Ave. S. .Susai', line 15.C. graiiiilatetl, 20n) sack $1.58 With a $'2.00 Grocery Order j Cardstoli Creamery Butter, per lb ... . .38c Or two pounds for ..............':...................... 75c. WESTERN MERCANTILE CO. SAM SADOWSK), PROPRIETuK PHONE 1724 WeDeliver to all Parts of the City 606 THIRD AVE. SOUTH deems Water-Closet Bowls 8ani-Flusli is mnde foi" tlie siiiglc purpose of cleaning clos-cl bowls. Notliiug else does tbis work so I horougiiiy, qu ickly, and eas;ijyjv ^ To gel rid of tlic most djsagreeable liouseliold -task, remember -by following hie simple, easy directions, you can always have a white, odorless and sanitary cloiset bowl. A .")0-cent can will work wonders with a badly stained bowl. Shall we send you a can today? J. D. Higinbolham & Co. "' Limited �� The Little Girl Dies .Mr. and .Mrs. Joe S. Barrio. ITiiil 9th uvenue north, are mourning the loss of their daughter, Kitty, age,d 4 months, who died this moniing. Tlie I'unenil will be held tomorrow at 2 p. m., from Fetterly's jiarlor.s. Interment in the Catholic Cemetery. Grassy Lake Man Dies Alvin Clarence Thompson, aged 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter P. Thompson ot Grassy l.,ake, died yesterday at the home of .Mr. Trew. 44:! 18lh St. north. The funeral will be held on Friday, .March 3rd, at 2 p.m., from Fetterly's parlor.�. Rev. J. B. Francis will be in charge K. mm WEEK IN THE Cliy CHURCHES In this Column Will be Published Every Monday Church Announcements for the Coming Week. Notices for This Column Should Reach this office not later than 10 a.m. Monday. Announcements of Entertainments for which Admission is Charged will not, of course, be accepted for this column. Cold Wave Another cold wave hit the west last night and announced itself in the worst blizzard of the year for a coup-jie ot hours during tho eveninp. The I mercury dropped to six below hero. ; .Minnedosa was tlie coldest in the west j with as below, while Winnipeg regls-� tered -30. Ontario House Opens Session D-A-N-C-E Will be held in liurgnian's Hall TomorroAv Nie;'ht From 9 till 12 o'clock A Dance will also be given next Saturday night. Gents 50c. Ladies Free Toronto, Feb. 29-The Ontario legislature oi>ened thi.s afternoon at three o'clock. Tho speech from the throne, read by His Honor Lieutenant-Governor Sir John ifendrie, said: "Legislation will be submitted to you creating a trades and labor branch of tho i puhllc works department, respecting further aid to settlers in northern portlonK of the province, respecting i power development, to provide addi- _ tlonal revenues, relatiilg to prohlbl- ___...........tion of .sale of intoxicating licjuor wllh- ^ I in the province, and for the submia-^ sion of same to the electors, aud for other purposes." Wheat Up Wheat took an upturn this morning after yesterday's slump. -May olo.sed at 111V4, which is 0 cents over the low opening of lOSVi!. Cables were Oi<. weaker, but the market rallied with little effort or selling i)ressure in any of the exclmngea. Saturday's May close was 112%. Chicago -May closed 1121/1 today. New Magistrate F. \V. Dowuer., J.R. graced tlio hench at police court this morning In the absence of Magistrate Klton, who is rather ill at ills home. The new Justice had very little to do. Three hoys in khaki wlio had been too freely imbibing wei'e handed over to llm military aulliorities. Another d and d was let out on suspended sentence. At St. Cyprian's Wednesday at S p.m., intercessiou-al service. (CM teachers' trainliuj class. Thursday afternoon, the women of tho church sow nt the Red Cross rooms. Friday at S p.m.. choir practice. Saturday at 2.30, Junior W. A. in the parish room. At St. Mary's W'edneaday at i) p.m., service of In-terce.'ision. At St. Augustln's W. A. postponed from iMonday to Thursday afternoon, the members ot the Junior Auxiliary will servo tea. F'riday at 4.1,'), tho Junior Au.\iliary. At Westminster Tuesday at 7.30 in the church parlor, the Queens of Avelon, a special program has been prepared. Tuesday at S p.m., meeting of tho finance committee of the church in the parsonage. Wednesday at S p.m.. prayer service in the church parlor. The study of "IMe in Palestine" will be continued. Thursday afternoon the W.M.S. Is giving a tea at the home of Mrs. Tib. ert, 12th St. A. north. Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hann Matson, the Young People's Bible clcas will hold tlieir monthly business and aqclal meeting. Friday at 4.1.") and S o'clock, choir practice. The pastor will call ttirlng the n,veek: Tuesday, KVt street north, Wednesday, I4th street north. At Wesley By the kind perniission of Ijieut.-Col. Pryce-Jones, members of the li;',th will furnish a program for a khaki concert to be held in Wesley hall on Friday evening. Wednesday at S p.m.. Ladies' .\id montlily meeting. Friday at li p.m., Mrs. Dawson's section of the Ladies' Aid will meet at tho home of -Mrs. Hufner, 11th street. At St. Andrew's Tuesday at 8 p.m., Senior C.E. Wednesday at 8 p.m., Adult Bible ChlHB. Th.ui'sday from 2 Id tl, the women M St. Mary's W. A. WILL HOLD A Whist Drive TInu'sday Evening IN THE PARISH HALL ON MARCH 2nd. �N OR WOMEN USING MORPHINE or lltiuor w�lll be furnished same while taking the Neal Treatment until the diseased condition and desire for the Iiolson is overcome. Tho Neul Troat-hient is administered under tho pro-fe.sslonal supervision ot our experienced physician only in tho privacy ot the Neal Institute, 820 13th avenue west, Calgary; phone W4.')2!;. Strict privacy, high class service and satls-factlon guaranteed. Ask for free information. 60 Neal Institutes in Principal Cities of the church will meet for Red Cross sewing at the home of Mrs. Andrews,' 842 8th Ave. south. Thursday at 8 p.m., oholr practice. Friday at 8 p.m.. Intermediate C.EJ. Friday at 8 p.m.. Junior Missionary Society. At Baptist Wednesday night, the mld-weok prayer service will be in charge ot the Ladies' Mission Circlo, All are welcome. At Knox Wednesday ovonlng, prayer meeting us usual. This service will take the form of a communicants' class. Wednesday evening, a meeting of tho ofllcers and teachers and those interested in the work of the Sunday School will be held at the close of the prayer meeting. Tltui'sday at S p.m., (Ladles' Aid monthly meeting in the school room. Collectors for systematic giving will call during the week. Thursday evening, choir practice. Thursday evening, united meeting of the session and the board of managers In the vesti-y to complete ar-rangenemnts for the Men's banquet, which will be held on Monday, March (ith, and to which^all men of the congregation aro invited. Sunday, March otll, special anniversary services. Principal Graham ot Moose Jaw, will be in charge of the services. At Christian Wednesday at 8 p.m., prayer meeting in the church. Wednesday at 2,30, Ladies' Aid, At Scientist Wednesday at It p.m., testimony meeting. At Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Thursday nt 2 o'clock "Baby Day" win bo observed under the auspices ot tho Relief Society. Drs. Smith and Smith will lecture on tho subjoot. All mothers aro invited. Piles Cured in 6 to 14 days Unigglsts refund money It PAZO 1 OINTMRNT fails to cure Itching, ] BUud, Bleeding or Protruding Plies., First application giv&s reliot. BOc, CATTLE! CATTLE! CATTLE! we HAVE ON HAND AT STOCK YARDS TODAY 30 HEAD RANGE COWS AND YEARLING STEERS HiVrCIl & LEWIS Acadia Building. Live Stock Dealers Stock Yards Auditorium Rink Ice in G^q.d Condition RED CROSS DAY Usberiug in lied Cross .Day and contiimlng' for one week, we.will give ii Beautiful Sepia Photpgravure,i\o with every $1 purchase or over Those pictures aro exceptionally good value nt COc each, and hhould bo a big Inducement to you to buy your Drugs, Books, 8tati(mery, Eaiicy Goods, KfulalvH, Films, Toilet Articles, etc., and everything a good Drug and - Book Store slionid have, froni ii.s. We Avill give a lii)eral i)ei'eeatage ol' today's business to the worthy cause of the Hed Cross Help ub to Jnoroase that sum by makiag your yurcluiaoH at our store. STORE OPEN UNTIL EIGHT O'CLOCK THE KENNY &ALLm CO., LTD. PHONE 14B7- THE DRUG-BOOK STORE NEXT DALLAS HOTEL ;