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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta ' HiQH O CLASS * RI NTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel ;in Alberta, '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 Stock Complete With The Finest Goods. Special vThis Week-end, Friday and Saturday PHONE 1313 & Go. �, ...ORQUND FLOOR, SHERU0OK.eL0CK . Tm times like these, be sure you sell your grain io a firm which is flnajiciallv responsible. Phone us'for'prifee.jand shipping in-structioue.. .'-'The .proot of the proflis is lit.alife .tatunis." W. K. PORTER, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH HE-VD OFFICE WrNN'IPEG: NEvJ" LAID EGGS, Wo R-unratilcf ever.v per dozen ................................. 50c STORAGE EGGS, all cumllc:! ............., 3Qc FRESH OYSTERS, por pint............---- FRESH CELERY, per lb.................. 10c fresh RHUBARB, Orst of tUo sosisoU, 2 lbs for................................. 35c SPINACH, per lb.......................... 15c GREEN ONIONS, 3 larKe bunches .......... 25c CAULIFLOWERS, each, 20 and ........... 25c HEAD LETTUCE, each .................. 10c CRANBERRIES, per lb.................... 20c FRESH 'fLORIDa'sTRAWBERRIES, first In this season, quart baskets, all good berries, per . ba3Hel................................... '"5= BANANAS, per doz.- ...................... 35c CUCUMBERS AND RIPE TOMATOES EXECT-ED BY EXPRESS for SATURDAY'S BUSINESS ORANGES, per dozen. 25c., 30c., 40c., and .. SOc LEMONS, large Bize, per dozen ........... SOc BROOKFIELD PORK SAUSAGE, per lb . . 25c CREAM BRICK CHEESE, Wisconsin make, ver.v finest, per lb........................... 40c APPLES, No. I Wasiters and Honian Beauties, per case........................... $2.10. No. 2 Wagners, per case.................. 1.85 No. 1 Vork Imperial and Ontarloe, per case- 1.95 No. 2 Ontario's per . COMB HONEY, White Clover, pfer comb .... 25c Ontario Extracted Honey, pints ............. 40c Ontario Extracted Honey, 5 lb. pails ..... 1.00 Ontario. Extracted Honey, 10 lb. pails ..... 1.95 Canned Corn, Peas, and Beans, Harvest Brand, ! tins i:or............................... 45c" Canned Tomatoes, Harvest Brand, 3s, S tins tor 40 Canned Fruit In heavy syrup, aixe 'is, assorted, 7 ilns for.............................. 1.05 Assorted, per case........................ 3.50 Clark's Pork and Beans, .'! tins for .25c Clark's Pork and Beans, J.argo size, 2 for 25c SODA BISCUITS, Mooaey'a in tins, per tin 25c Rolled Oats, CS lb. sacks for ...............65c Rolled Oats,�'Robin Hood cartons, 2 tor .....45c Molasses, 2 lb. tins each '.................. 14c Vis, per tin .......�...................35o. Is, per tin.........*.................. 65c Salmon, Sovereign." flne. ing HOWAKp'S CORN CURE 'I iciiiovcs corn every time -no matter how old or how hard they niuy^ be. Causes no inconvenience dur-inj,' application. CITY AND DISTRICT I. O. O. F. Meeting Letlibridge Encampment No. 7, 1. 0. 0. F., will meet in the OddfcUows hall tonight. All memhers requested to attend. A'lsitora cordially invited. For Belgian Relief The proceeds from the whist drive held by the Daughters and Maids of England on February 23rd.- amounted to $23.00, wliich has been forwarded to W. A. Buchanan, M.P., for the Belgian relief tund. CITY AND DISTRICT Recruits for Engineers pYitil the retitrn of Ueut. \V, J. Nelson from Kingston, recruits for the engineers "will bo duly attested and passed at the headquarters of tlic Letlibridge Kilties. For Patriotic Fund The hon. treasurer, R. J. Ritchie Paterson, acknbv.-ledges the receipt of |-$1.15 from the Lethbrfdge Herald route newsboys and $2.00 from Rex Williamson. PRICE 25 CENTS The Red Cross Drag & Beok Co., Limited | Nerve Fag If your nerves are not right, yon 'do" not need a stimulant-you need a nervtr food toni c.Tryine to overcoc nervousneiss by using stimulants has an exactly opposite effect to the one desired. The best treatmpnt we know of for nervous ailments of all kinds, whether temporary or chronic. is . No Executive Meeting Ofiiug to Jin error, it was announced in the Herald last .night that there would bo a meeting of tlio home guard executive. There will be no meeting of the executive. The Salvation Arnr,y The annual prize.i whicli are to be presented on .Monday night, Alarcli fitli, to.the Sunday .school children of the Saivatiou Army, according to tho number of Sundays attended, is going to be an interesting evening tp all who will make it convenient to be in attendance. W. S. Ball has kindly consented to be tlie chairman, and will present the prirfes. Preceding the giving of tlio same a program will be rendered by the Sunday school scliolars. The meeting will commence at 8 p.m. in the S. A. hall on Fifth Street. Pleads Guilty Before Chief Justice Harvey in tbu Supremo Court, Ben Morley of Coal-hurst pleaded guilty to a charge of statutory assault on a five year old girl. He was remanded for sontonce until later in tho session. Death of Infant Ijetiibridgo people will regret to learu of the death on Tuesday of Walter Cecil, the four months' old sort of Gunnor Jolin -Martin, of tho 3Sth Battery, wliich recently sailed for England, and Mrs. Martin, 322 lOth Street Nortli. The funeral will be held tomorrow, Friday, afternoon at two o'clock, from the residence. ASK VOUf? GROCER FOR "Crystal Brand" Creamery Butter The Best Fresh Butter on the Market-Made by CRYSTAL LethbHdQB DAIRY Phone 1676 Jurors in Town The jurors In the city tor the Supreme Cotirt sessions are: Oran Snow, C, W. Hrewarton, James F. Anderson, Arthur Dahl, David Galbraith and Frank \. Holt of Raymond; W. M. Spackman, W'm. Ogden and Marlia -Steed, Stirling; B. D. Hummon, b. F. Sherrin, D. O. McKay, E. C. l^aw, Martin ,L'at' and Oharloa .Messlngor, Carmangay; , GeorSc Miller, Champion; J^en J.-Carter, Carmangay: \V. D. Annablo, Hugh Murray, O. K. Jolm-soii, M. O. Ornegard, H. 1'^. Hansen, arfd John Turner,.^ Barons. FRESH FLORIDA inFil Mon Repos Cafe 5TH ST., S., PHONE 1611 �McDONNEbLr-To Mr. and Mrs. Jas. McDonnell, on Slarch 2ud, a son. || OUR GROCERY DEPT. .Has many bargains to offer you for^ Filday find Saturday. ' 'phone 1724 fob QUICKiDELIVeRY, iSugar SipeclaJ, 20 lb. sack of B. C. Finest Granu- dj-i j*o .:latetlv>vltU grocery order .o� $2.00 ....., *,...... v 1�30 WESTERN MERCANTILE CO; i , SAM SADOWSKI, PROPRIETOR PHONE 17?4 ' -i' We'Deirver to atl' Parts of the ,<5ity - ,606 THIRD AVE. SOUTH L ' ' ' "',"7 ^ ... ' ' Building Permits Building permits are very low lu ] nil woKtern cities and Ijethbridge is j no exception. For January fit this year tlio permits amounted to $15,675 and tor February $2,145. The larger llKures in January are accounted for (by tho fact that nUorutlons at tbu military barracks wore then under way.________ St. Mary's W.A. will "'hold a WHIST DRIVE TONIGHT ."IVIARCH 2nd. 1N,TI^,E IMRISH HAbL Nerve Tablets Our confidence In them is gain-' ed by observation of the many cases in which we iiave known them to be ufced. If Rexall nerve tablets do not improve your condition iind make your blood richer, your appetite better-your mopey back. ' Prices, 50c and $1.00 SOLD ONLY BY J. D. Higinbolham & Co. --Limited - ' At the Men's Ovyn The objective of this popular organization is tile bringing together of men for a study and interchange of thought and expression upon current and vital subjects; and alttiough military movements have accounted for tlie absence of many former regular attendants, the interest yet maintained continues to justify tlie inception of the Institution. I^aBt Sunday afternoon Judge .Tackson, who made hlB Initial acquaintance with tho Men's Own, presented a'moat classic address upon the theme of patriotism, its fundamentals and conception. His Honor painted a word picture of tho first man and his condition of isolation, and followed up this tliought until tho dual, the family, the tribe, and national life became In oneratiou Is Investigating A, F, Campbell, Inspector for the Dominion grain commission, was in tho city last night, leaving this morning for Taber where ho will Inve^tl-jkatc certain cases where furniors ihave not yet reofilvod settlommitB from grain buyers to,^ whom they sold grain. Chas. IC. Talutor, of Calgary, formerly ot Taber, is with �him. '' AUDITORIUM RINK SKATING TONIGHT by the boys of the 113th orchestra, pipers, cornet .quartette, songs, monol