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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Atberta 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 v.. i___u Our Prices on Apples Will be Advanced riext Week They are (M>stnij> more (o{1jj.> 0 -� A ' NO. 1 YORK IMPERIAL OR ^llaC , -i^ii.lU ONTARIOS, per case................ ^X,Ja NO. 2 YORK IMPERIAL OR (Jjl 7A ONTARIOS,-per case...........^....Jpl.lU COME AND SEE. ^ and WINTER BANANAS, per case NO. 2, WAGNERS OR WINTER BAN ANAS, per (^ase.................. THE ABOVE ARE SOME REAL APPLE VALUES. $1.85 OFFICE PHONE 1271 THE GOOD HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 5 25 WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES AVheat- Oiion Close "May............ 110 10ft?4 ilv ... ... ... "110% WOl'V! PHONE 1313 1 PHONE 1313 & Co. GROUND FLOOR, SHERLOCK BLOCK � In times ISk.tt these, be sure you "sell your grain 10 a firm which Is anaucislly respon-slble. Phone us for prices and shipping instructions. The proot of the profits is In the returns." W. K. PORTER, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH HEAD OFFICE WINNIPEG. 41% ll^s 20s Salbers Grain Co. SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO SHIPMENTS OF GfllAlN TO MOOSE JAW Outs- -May......... Inly .......... Barley-May ......... Flax- , .May......... July......... Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat-No. 1 Northern............. No. 3 Northern ............. No. Nortiieni.............. No. 4 Northern ........... No. ") Northern............. Oats-No. c. w................ No. o C. W................ Extra 1 Feed .............. No. 1 Feed ................ Barley-No. 3 ..................... No. i ..........- .......... Feed ..................... max- No. ]. N. W. C............. No. 2 C. W................. Chicago Wheat May............. 112% July............ 110% Minneapolis Wheat Mav ......... 112% Ji.ly............ ,41 �41 In! 210 10S% iO.^V. 10.^',^ :i&!4 .-,0 2U4 201 iiivi 110?^ Why Drink Impure Water "\Vc liavr a ABATER STERI'.IZEK that Avill iriake iiii-piir(' (Irinkiiio' water absohitoly jmvc and This is a scienlit'ic product, made by Burroiiph and Welcome and is in the form of a' tablet. Sufficient in one Fmall package for 250 gallons. Price :5r)c. The Red Cross Drug & Beiok Co., Limiteil LOCAL MARKETS V ! 177 , 40ii , !14% . 19V3.J HAY 9': we have enqagep bu^teh B-RoWN To Work for he will &e our "little ^alea/ian" in print. hij merry face will apfear in thl-5 paper every weer. he will tell you our .store new-5. read what he haj to ^ay today. CANAI)A'>S BEHT FLOrR ROYAL HOUSEHOLD SI>ECIAL Tips WEEK 98 lb. Hcielv ,........,..��.,�  f'3.�io W lb. Sack ....... .$l.(>0 ii-:t lb. Sacli ... v.. .f.'., .,....'>*  ROLLED OATS lb. vSack ......... .j.;....- AW jS lb. .Sack ..,...................... M Sugar, fine B.C. j�raiiulate sack $1.5.S � - with a *2.00 Grocery Order (.Jartlsloii Creamery Butler, per 11) . .*. :. .3Sc ' : Or two, pounds for.....................76c. WESJERN MERCANTILE Co: � ' ' ' !i ' '/\..SAM 8A0QWSKI, .PROPRIETOR PHONE 17:?4 i Wci Deliver'to all Parts of the City' ' 6Q6 THIRD AVE. SOUTH LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon prices- _ Wheat ............^........ Oats ......... Flax .......... Barley ....... . Trac.V prices ; ! Wheat ....... , Oats.......... F.iax .......... BUYING ' PRICES FOR No. 1 timothy, baled, ton ......10.(iO N'o. 1 alfal'ta, baled, ton ......... �.50 Standard alfalia ........................ 0.00 , No. 2 .-iltalia ............................... 8.00 ' No. 1 Wuejoint.......................... lO.dO Livestock antl Poultry Choice stceis, 0.1 to 6J. Fat cov.-s, ah to C. Sheep-Choice killinp welliers*. 7. Sheep-Choice killinR ewes, ?;. Select hoRS, l.iO-250 lbs., 7.V. Live fowi; 12c. Carload of Autos J. T. Graham is today unloadiup; a ..shipment of one carload of Stude-baker automobiles for his new garage on 6th Street South. Get a Farm of Your Own TAKE 20 YEARS TO PXY if you wish. The land ^vjil support you and pay for itself. An tnunensu area of the moat fertile land In Western Canada for sale^at low prices and easy terms, ranging from 11 to S30 for farm lands wltlt ample rainfall-irrigated lanCs from $3.'). Terms- One-twentieth down, lialance within twenty yeavB. In irrigation districts loan for tann buildiugs, etc., up to 52,000, also repayable in twenty years -interoKC only � per cent, riere is your opportunity . to increase your i farm holdings hy " getting .adjoining landi or secure your friends as neigh-I borM. For literature and paiticiilars I apply to , 1 Allan Cameron, Gen'l Supt. of Lands, i Desk 26. Dept. of Natural Resources, I C.P.R., Calgary, Alta. Ad. No O WILSON & SKEITH � Local Agents Sherlock Building Lethbrldge Nerve Fag If your nerves are not right, you do not' need a stimulant-you need a nerve food ton! c.Trying to overcoe nervousness by nsing stimulants has ati exactly opposite effect to the one desired. The best treatment we know of for nervous ailn;enis of all kinds, wliether temporary or chronic is ' " Nerve Tablets ! Our contidence in them is gained hy observation of the many cases in which we have Ivuown them to be used'. If'Re.\-alI nerve tablets do not improve your condition and make your blood richer, your appetite  better-your money back, y Prices, 50c and $1.00 SOLD ONLY BY J. D. Higiabotham & Co. Limited -" CITY AND DISTRICT Home Guard Executive A mooting of the home guiwd executive will bo hold on Friday even, ine, Car of 'Steers W. Hopkins unloaded a car of prime steers from Cardston this morning. Board of Trade Regular meeting of the counoil of the Board of Trade will he held tomorrow, March 2nd, at the Lethbrldge Hotel at 12.a0. Canadian Patriotic Fund The hon. treasurer, R. J. Rilthio Patorson, acknowledges the receipt of $() from tlio Yetwood IJterary society, per It. Steeves. Calgary Visitors S. S. Savage and J. Gordon Savage of Calgary were in the, city yesterday visiting the local branch of Plunkett and Savage, fruit wholesalers. Goes to Crystal Dairy W. R. Shearer has severed liis connection with the t: H. C. staff and i.s naw assistant accountant and sales agent for the Crystal Dairy, Back With Old Regiment Billy Brennan, a Lethbrldge resor-vist, who has been at the front since the war started, is back "with his old regiment, the Duke of Cornwall's light infantry, after having been with the engineers. Fire Call at Barracks The fire brigade had a brisk morning run this morning v.'hen a call was sent in from the Kilties barracks at Henderson Park. The floor behind a Chief Hardy's Are department will shortly be equipped with a motor-driven pump which will be used to boost the water, pressure tor fire purples. This has been decided 1)y the city commissioners, and is the result of a rseommendatlou made by the chief a co.uple of years ago. It has been pointed out that, when lire alunna arfe rung in. the pumping stove iiad" caught fire"; buY'the"' flames station immediately turns on the ulec-were soon controlled. For a morning '^,V?*',j,"'J?'2^' ''"^ pressure to constitutionti, a five o'clock run to' " """" " ' the barracks can't be heal, so say the firemen. At least, The Store Coalhurst J. P. On Feb. ardh John Loughraui. Coalhurst, late Of the Beaver .Mines, was appointed a justice of the iieace for the province of Alberta. For a great number of years .Mr. I^oughram was identified with the Irade.s union movement in Ureal Britain, and was also a town councillor tor the borough of :\IiddleHborough, Yorkshire. Eng., for the l"i years \jreviovi8 to his coming to Canada. For the past live years lie has taken an active part in the 225 ppunds over the e^ntire water WGVKS nysleui. This vesAiMs in uiunj-breaks in old wooden pipes, and a consequent heavy uiainleuanee cost. The electric piunps also arc by no means dependublo, so in order to relieve the situation at the lowest cost the commissioners have decided on the additional piece oC lire-flghtlng n|)paratus. Thi.s, will boout the water to fire pressure after coming out of the pipes and will do livifay with the use of tlio efleotrical pumps. The coat of the new aiiparatus is about; ?4000. Commissioner Freeman iilso finds It nocesBary to connect without delay the Duff addition sowers with the -sewage disposal plant. BY THE BOYS OF THE 113th ORCHESTRA, PIPERS, COR. NET .QUARTETTE, SONGS, MONOLOGUES, &TC. TABLEAUX from HIAWATHA BY MEMBERS OF WESLEY EPWORTH LEAGUE. WESLEY HALL March 3rd, at 8.15 o'clock ADMISSION ............. 25c. 10% to the Red Cross Tickets from Members of League or at the door. work, the commissioners have now decided that the amount of treasury notes to be sold will ho Increased from $85,000 to $100,000. This money will be used to pay up some $80,000 owing to ihe �)ublic and sepiirate school hoards and to pay the $11,000 or $12,000 capital expondlturo In con-I'neclion with the fire and sower sys^ terns. . FOR OVERWORKED WOMEN BORN BORN-On February 28th to i\Ir. and .Mrs J. E. Clarke. not> Ciai-a Silmore Stratford, a daughter. Mother and child well. ITnlted Mine Workers union ond has, ,, ,, held the otHce of financial secrelar.v-1 ^^n'O" will require ao expenditure of treasure, in the Beaver mines local ij'JOOO or $8000. This work is required for.about three years. �^ Provincial health .___, .authorities. . Police Court I In order to raise the money for the Police court was virnsided over this j morning by Supt. Pennefatber of the R. N. W. M. in the absence of Police Magistrate Elton, who is still seriously ill at his- residence. Five druuks came before the court. All '.were fined two and costs. One could not pay and took 110 days. #in Ensign man appeared, charged. with supp.y-. Ing liquor to soldiers. He pleaded ; tlittt he did not know the new regulations and was let off on suspended sentence. The police, however, are going to follow Calgary's example, and it will go hard with offenders in the future. Chief Haidy declares there ar� men In the city who make their living off the soldiers hy getting liquor for them, and It is those men lie is after. St. Mary's W. A. WILL HOLD A Tlmrsl'clt roofing, elc, wo fire in >.i i.'osilion to _ | Continue all Lines of Work at Old Prices ' Siiwl Mc'lttl Wovkei's' slock iuis iulvaiiml in cost since wiir was dooJaroti, but iiavinfjsccuretl this New Stock ____ --- � � � . oi' tiic"Davidson Melal Go. wc can give yoii Uie ailvaultific oV old ])ric.es willi llic best ^vorlunan-siiip on our lines. AVe invite intiniry. Geo. R. Dixon & Co. Fuinmce Work , Sheet Metal Coditractors � Phone 1057; P. 0. Box 534; OIHce; rear Staflord Block., , ___/._ ;