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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 3, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 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 Kor Red Cross tnusio, and an exfellent supper, kept A most enjoyable iuul succossi'ul jthe guests until a late hour, resulting, dance was given on Tuesday evening. Mu adding $45 to the society's fund.-i. ' ill tlie spacious hall ot" the IManioud j Much credit is due to those who took City school. I"or the iiood cause peo-isuch an active part in making the^ pie came from all over, the best of: evening the success it was. Our Stock Cofnplete With The Finest Goods. Special This Week-end, Friday and Saturday NEW LAID EGGS. We yuarautec ever.v egii. per ilozeri ................................. 50c STORAGE EGGS, all candltvl .............. 30o FRESH OYSTERS, per iiiiil ............... H>c FRESH CELERY, per Ui.................. 10c FRESH RHUBARB. tirsi of Uie Jseason. - llii! roi- ................................... 35c SPINACH, per lb.......................... 15c GREEN ONIONS, J large bunches .......... 25c CAULIFLOWERS, each. 20 and ........... 25c HEAD LETTUCE, each .................. 10c CRANBERRIES, per lb.................... 20c FRESH FLORIDA STRAWBERRIES, lir.st in this season, quavi btiskets. all good berries, iier basket ................................. 75c BANANAS, per doz....................... 35c CUCUMBERS AND RIPE TOMATOES EXECT-ED BY EXPRESS FOR SATURDAY'S BUSINESS ORANGES, per dozen. 25c., 30c., 40c., and .. 50c LEMONS, large size, pm- do/.eu ........... 30c BROOKFIELD PORK SAUSAGE, per lb .. 25c CREAM BRICK CHEESE, Wisconsin make, very finest, per lb........................... 'lOc APPLES, Xo. I Wagners and itouiau Beauties. per case ............................ $2.10 No. 2 Wagners, per case.................. 1.85 No. 1 York Imperial and Ontarios, per case 1.95 No. 2 Ontario's per ease ................. 1.75 Prices will be advanced next week). (Get them now and save moneyV COMB HONEY. White Clover, per comb____25c Ontario Extracted Honey, pints............. 40g Ontario Extracted Honey, ."> lb. pails ..... 1.00 Ontario Extracted Honey, lo lb. pails ..... 1.95 Canned Corn, Peas, and Beans. Harvest Brand, ! tins for ............................... "ISc Canned Tomatoes. Harvest Brand, 3s. :\ tins for Ui Canned Fruit in heavy syrup, size L's, assorted. 7 I ins for.............................. 1.05 Assorted, per ease ...........'............. 3.50 Clark's Pork and Beans, ;'. tins for ,26o Clark's Pork and Beans, large size. 2 for 25c SODA BISCUITS. .Moouey's in tins, per tin 25c Rolled Oats, two S-lb. sack lor ............ 65c Rolled Oats. Uohiii Hood cartons. for .....45c Molasses. 2 lb. tins each ................. 14c >'..s. per tin........................... 35c. \ I;--, per till..................\j........ 65c Salmon. Sovereign, finest Sockeye. size Is, two tins for ............................ 45c Creamettes, finest cut macaroni, per package ,15c Mince Meat, in bulk, extra fine per lb. ... 15c Preserved Ginger, per jar ................. 35c. C. , $ for ......25c Kresh Creameiy Butter, per lb 38c; 2Tt)s for ........... Ogilvte'B Rolled Oats, 201b sack ................... 81b sack ............... itobiii Hood or Puvity Oat.s. 411) package ......... 23c Cream of Wheal ........ 19c Tomatoes, 3s, per tin ...... 13c i'Vciich Peas,, finest p^sr tin 15c Peas, Corn, Beans, pev tin . .11c. Libby's Sauer Kraut, tin . I4c. St. Charles Cream, family size por tin ... lOc 75c. 69c. 30c Hotel size ............. 22c Brunswick Sardines per 'iii 04c Libby's sliced jjlneapple :,s .-^sc. i^ears. 2s two for ........ 25c Creep Gugfi J'luni.^. li.;uvv sviup two for ............'..25c "AtUKcatels. Raisins, lb lie Currants, per JT) .......... l/1c Raisins. 11 o/. pkg........ 11c. Dates, 10 07. pkg ......... 11c. F.RESH FRUITS Navel Oranges, per doz 27, 38c Bananas, per dozen ,......35c Lemons, per dozen ...... 29c. Red Cross I'iekles. in IS oz. bottles, iu-Chow Chow. Sweet, and Sour Mixed and Onions, per bottle ............. 22c. Apples. Wagitet-s, per box $1.60 .Apples, Wagners, 411js .... 25c Strawberries and Haspbenies, Hygienic brand, |)er tin .20c Red Cross Vinegar, per lint .17c Fry's or Baker's Cocoa. M; lb. tins, each ......~~..... 24c. Chase Si. Sanborne Cottee, lib tins .................... 38c Van Camp's Soup, assorted, per till ................ 11c. BAKING POWDERS Kggc, Hi oz. per tin ...... 19c. .Magic, Vi oz, per tin...... 17c. Royal Shield, 12 oz. per tin 15c. Dr. Price's, 12 oz. per tin .38c. DRIED FRUITS Prunes, 10b, per bo.\ ..... $1.16 Apricots, 10a, per box----$1.45 PeacUcfj, lOs, per box ----82c. Wheal Open Close 112% j 112% julv .. ....' ......'.!'. , 111 OATS 41 41 411; 4t)t.'. Mav .......... i FLAX fi;; '.Mav ............. July .............. .. .2071,2 207 V4 20 s WINNIPEG CASH Xo. 1. Northern ..... 111% Xo. 2. Xorthern .... Xr� Xo. 1 N. W. C....... Xo, 2 C. W.......... ......... 20;;% 1119% ! CHICAGO WHEAT -May .................112 July ................ I(i9''i USTs illVi 11".5i i MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT 1 1 1 t4 July ...... .'.'."..'.v. A �� ^ /ft .. 111V2 a j.� ,h 113% Have You Any Corns To Harvest   Corns are .little things," but they can cause a "large" amount of paiti and annoyance. Let tlie other fellow wear the corns. C.et rid of yours by using IIOWAKD'S C'OKN i' trun.v,-" corn every time -no matter iiow old or liow l:ard tliey may be. Causes no inconvenience during application. PillCE 25 CENTS The Red Cross Drag & Book Co., Limited CITY AND DISTKICT Customs Returns Customs figures for tlio nioiuh of February this year were SM.llill.K. For February liHf) the figures were $9,r.!)3.'JL This shows an increase of $4.'j72. or almost ,"iO per cent. American Yeomen Tlie regular business meeting of the Homestead will be held at the Moose hall on Monday ai S p.m., when a full attendance is requested. Owing to tlie sickness of some of the members the social part of the proceedings will be postponed to a later date. I Gets Six ^Montlns ! For supplying li(iuor to a treaty In-[itian, D. Hoivard, a local colored .?eii-i tletnan. was yesterday sent to the I rock pile'for .si.x mouths. Tlii.s morn-I lug tliree drunks appeared in jiolice ; court and were given the usual. V. 1 \V. Downer. J.P., iind Inspector Cha-j ney presided. Wesley Church Anniversary Tlie second anniversary of the new Wesley cliurch will be celebrated on March l:;tli when Rev. S. W. Fallis of Calgary Cuntnil churcli. will be the special speaker of the ilay. Special music will be gt\on and the annual hot diuner and concert Hill be I given on the Monday evening follow- j i'lg. y DISGUISED RAIDERS WILL CARRY ON THE CAMPAIGN .Vtiisterda: -Captain n. via London. March Persius, naval export of the Herlinor Taboblntt, discnasing in that newspaper the new tJerman campaign against merchant shipping, makes the assertion that it will be carried out, not so much through tlie medium of submarines whose activi-ties are hampered by diplomatic difll-cuUles, ns tUrough disguised commerce raiders like the .Moewe, which lias already sent a number of iz-essels of the allies to the bottom, and wiiich sent the Appam to .Newport .News with n prize crew. ERT BY THE BOYS OF THE 113th ORCHESTRA, PIPERS, CORNET .QUARTETTE, SONGS, MONOLOGUES, ETC. TABLEAUX from HIAWATHA BY MEMBERS OF WESLEY EPWORTH LEAGUE AVESLEY HALL T- BANKERS IN WEST INDIES March 3rd, at 8.15 o'clock ADMISSION .,........... 25c. 10% to the Red Cross Tickets from Members of Leji-gue or at the door. Washington. .March 2.-Otllcials of the Royal Hank of Canada, the American government was advised today, are in the West Indies on a tour wliich lias for its purpo.se doveloi)-nients of a plan to cover the islands witli lirancli banks. CARPETBALL NOTICE The Sons of Knglaiid hereby iiccept the idialleiige of the L. O. O. .M. for the City Sign Works shield, best two out of three games. Games to be Idayed in the S. fj. K. hall on Wednesday, .March l.'jth at S.IiU p.m. IJonlton'H Auto Livery TAXICAB SERVICE Rates to any part of city-- 1 Passenger ............. 50c ^or ,'1 Passengers .......$1.00 SMALL CHILDREN FREE Hospital aitd train calls a, specially, tiareftil driver. PHONE 1206 DAY OR NIGHT LOCAL lYlARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon prices-Wheat .................. Oats ......�............ Flax .................... Barley ................. Track prices ; Wheal ................. Oat.s ................... Flax ................... BUYING PRICco FOR No. 1 timothy, baled, tou ...... No. 1 alfalfa, balrrt, tou ......... Standard ali'alfu ........................ No. 2 alfalfa ............................... 8.0� No. i hluejoiiit .......................... 1*>-W Livestock and Poultry ! CiioicP sll't't.-i, Ci', to \.Vt. i Cabbage, per cwl. M.lHl to SI.25. s.s ISO 41 : !h; j no-'^i ! 1S7% ; HAY i .. 10.00 .. 0.50 9.00 WESTERN MERCANTILE CO. SAM SADOWSKI, PROPRIETOR PHONE 1724 We Deliver to all Parts of the City 606 THIRD AVE, SOUTH BRITISH RECAPTURE TRENCHES LOST TWO WEEKS AGO i London, Man ,1 'J.-The ilrillali olli-cial staletneiit issued tonight on the �fighting ill ilie western zone, says; 1 "We recaptured the, iren(dioH at the lilulf of tlic Vpres-Coiniues canal, ' wliicli were lost Feb. 14, and aliio cap-tuied a salleiil In the German ilne. I ".\ counter-attack launched by ilie ' enemy some hours later was repulsed, 1 Gorman mine galleries in the capiui- j ed trencheB were destroyed. Wo have i taketi 180 prisoners, Including four officers. i "There has been much artillery ac-� tlvity on both gldes today froiti Vler-stfaat to Boeslnghe." The capture of ?00 yards of British poaitlong aoutheast of Ypre;; after heavy artillery hombardments, was claimed In the Oernian ofliclnl statement of Feb. in, which added lliut a majority of the dofonders of the Bri-itlsli trendies were killed 'IMic iricilifiiiiil liOccli is vovy litird lo ohiiUii. 1 iiiporuitioii since tiic \v;ir'"s cf>iiiiiiciic('iiiciii liiivinu' pi'Mclicnlly coascMl". We have managed to secure a few and would advise Ihoau who have been awaiting tbeir-airival to uotity us at once if they require any, a� our supply is limited. J. D. Higinbolhara&Co. �- " Limited ........ Seven More Recruits "Lucky seven" can be said of the recruits signed ou by the U.lth Kilties today for tliat was the number taken on. Among them was I'Veddy Gow, one of the cleverest stick-handlers that ever donned a lacrosse suit in this town. Ho was a member of> the champion Lethbridge team away back in l!i03, and stayed witli the game till it died a natural death in this part of tlie province. The new recruits are: .1. Shoarn, miner, Canadian; .1. Graham, carpenter, Scot,; 10. Wilcoxson, butcher. American; R, .McKay, miner, Scot.; .\. Ro.saine, minor, Canadian; C. V.. O'Hrien, black-.imlth, English, and F. Gow, clerk, Cauudlaii. - AUDITORIUM RINK SKATING TONIGHT BAND in Attendance SKATING SATURDAY AFTERNOON, 2 to 5 Don't Forget That We Are Giving a ' Beautiful Sepia Photogravure 18 X 20 With Every $1.00 Purchase or Over. 'rite.se pictures are e.xcoptiou-aily good value at ,")0c. each, aud .should bo a big iiidituemenl to you lo buy your v DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS, KODAKS, FILMS, TOILET ARTICLES, ETC., AND EVERYTHING A GOOD DRUG AND BOOK STORE SHOULD HAVE, FROM US. The Kenny & AUin Co., Ltd. THE DRUG-BOOK STORE Phone 1487 Next Dallas Hotel PHONE 1313 PHONE 1313 GRAIN 1 Smith, Murphy & Co: GROUND FLOOR, SHERLOCK BLOCK In llmea like lliese, be sure you sell your grain to a firm which is financially responsible. Phone us for prices and Bhlppiug in-siructions. "The proof of the profits is dii the returns." W. K. PORTER, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH HKAI) OFFICIO WINNIPICC. Wtll Follow Former Low Prices lliiviii}^ some lime ago iJiircluisetl till llie best oC tilt; DiiN'id.soii Meliil ('o,'.s .sttick of !"iirnt�ci's, sky lights, evestfinigliln{4, .Itir tind fell i-oofiiiM. etc., we five in n (Kisilion lo Continue all Lines of Work at Old Prices Slieel Meliil Workep.s'sJQck litis ailMiiu'i'tl in eo.sl since will- was declared, l)ii( iiiiviiiff secured [his New Stock -..............- � of tlic Davidson Metal Co. we cair^'ive yon Ihe advantage of old jjiices wilh the best svorkiiuin-shi]) on our lines. We invilr intjuiry. Geo. R. Dixon & Co. I'^urnuce Work Sheet Metal Contructovs I'hone 1057; P. O. Box S.'^i; Office; rear StaH'ord Block. v.. ;