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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 4, 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? Tin Going for Flour, Sir," she said Then see that you get it Taylor Made'' You Bet Fot/r Life, Sir/' she said A Few Specials For Tonight! NEW LAID EGGS, nil within tlii" Uitl day or so. yini can lU-peiul lui ineryoiu' bciiii; frosli. iior (lozon ................................... "tOc SWIFT'S SUNDAY BREAKFAST SAUSAGE. Tlioso live siimt'lhins ('xccptiiiiuiHy Hup. Horu-Ini- inii'o 'Jr:!'. 11 fspt'cial loniKht. only. lb. 20c: FRESH CELERY, fiupst qiuility. \nn- lli......10i HEAD LETTUCE toniplU, o lor ............ 25c CAULIFLOWERS, all Kood ;Hiliil lu'ail.^, oxtra val- ni-. at oaoli .....................20c. and 25c HOT HOUSE CUCUMBERS, .acli .. 25c and .m OR.ANGES. W'l' ,ot an oxcoptlonnl bargain on two line.s. the oiio u size largor tl\au onr rogninr ."lOo liiio. tiio.so aro Mollinj!; tor tonight, at per doz. 46c i'hi' other lino nro u size largor than pur rcgtilnr IIW'. lino, those wo are stdlinR tontglit at per do;'.on ................................... 35c COWAN'S MAPLE BUDS, oxtra special tonight, per II)................................... 45c FRESH TOASTED MARSHMALLOWS, Loth-luidKc make, per 11)..................... 25c BANANAS, very bepl quality, toulKlit only per do/.oii .................................. 30c OFFICE PHONE 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 525 CARD OF THANKS , At the Men's Own .Mr an .Northern ............. .No. �j Northern ............. Oats- ;No. 2 C. W................. iNo. S C. W.................. iKxtra 1 Feed ............... I Barley- I No. ..................... ;No. 4 ..................... j Feed ..................... 1 Flax- !No. 1 N. W. C............... ;n0. 2 C. W................. i Chicago Wheat .Mav............ 114 ,.Tilly . . .�......... inu I Minneapolis Wheat 'May............ Ill July ... ....... 41 41 021... 20S'-j �'Oil 110''. 107 "4 io:.^4 102"., si; :il)>4 :!7V4 ;;7>4 i:o 204 201 novi Have Tou Any Corns To Harvest   t7orns arc "little things." but they can cause a "lari^e ' amount of pain and annoyance. L.'>" per(J�o nr and dark tweeds and worsteds pair. Sale price ... ^L,VO Kegiilar value -58.00, ?9.00, and OVERALLS, a few left in slnp- rf� * h/> ed black and blue, full si'.e. $4 CA five pockets. You pay any- Sale price .........^ * " where .51.2.-.. QC Regular value $11.00 0 TC Sale price .........�P f tU Sale price ....... $Z.IO LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wa^on prices-Wheat .................... !l2 Flax ................ ISl Flax ..................... iRii Barle.M. .................... 42'i Track prices : Wheat .................... Oats ..................... :;oa, Flax ..................... 1S.S BUYING PRICES FOR HAY .No. 1 timothy, baled, ton ......10.00 No. I alfalfa, baled, ton ......... fl..')0 Standard alfalfa ........................ 9.00 No. 2 alfalfa ............................... S.OO No. 1 bluejoint .......................... 10.00 , Livestock and Poultry : Choicf .steers, IIto O;. j Fat cows, 5.1: to fi. ' Sheep-Choice killing wethers. 7'-j. i rflieep-Choice killing ewes, 7. Select hogs, l.-0-2r)0 lbs.. S. ! Live fowl, 12c. ' BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, per cv.-t., $1.00. Beets, per cwt., $1.00. Turnips, per cwt., 75c. Potatoes, per ton, SIS to $20. Parsnips, per cwi. Cabhage, per cwi. SLOG to $1.25. Two Daughters in Alberta i The death of Hdward .lohnston, 'night watchman at the .Mcriliants ; Bank building in Toronto, who was fatally injured In the lire which destroyed the .\mericau cluli, is announced in Toronto papers. Tlie late Mr. .lohnston had two dauglucrti in 'Allierta. .Mrs. lYed Richardson. Jlilk , River, south of Lellibridge. and .Mrs. ; Fletcher .Stowe. of Cereal, .Vllierta. �The late -Mr. .lohnston was horn in 1 Ireland in 1.V42, and had lived in 'J'o-ii-onto for over sixty years. the southbound passeiigor train ou the South Dakota Central line, wIilcU left tills city at (I..50 this morning, for Sioux Falls, S.D., -went through a bridge south of hero. Fire Is believed to ha%'o weakened the bridge. F. K. Dooling. of Denver, Colo.. Irav-olling salesman, was pinned in, the wreck and hurled alive. As the flames crept near him he begged the other paiiseugors who wore trying to save him. to shoot him. Fire burned the piied-up coaches below the bridge. Three Killed in Collision Sioux Falls. S.U.. March 4.-Three persons are reported killed and several injured in a rear-end collision between freight train No. 29 and an extra freight on luo Chicago, St. Paul. .Minneapolis and Omahn, near Mouii- Watertown. S. 1).. March 4. ...two '''^'V ,'''^'^'''' , '"""^ l!'"'"' , .,, , , and injured were caught in a caboose persons were killed and seven or eight | the end of the extra train which wore injured, three seriously, when i carried a shipment ot emigrants. VE FATALITIES WO VERY BA lECKS Train Plunges Through Bridge -Passengers Suffer Badly- Freights Collide 10-11 Mornings B. C. )Suo-ar, Avitli a $2.00 order. $1,58 Carclston Creamery Butter, 2 lbs. for.....75c Dates. 10 oz. pkg. per pkg.......... FRESH FRUITS 11. 38c 35c 29c ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR Canada's Best SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY 981b. S!i('k____$3.35 -tDlb. suck .... U.m 2-ilb. sack...... .S5c 4c Brunsviick Sardines, per till ........... Libby's sliced pine- apple, 3s............^DC Pears, 2s, two 9Ca for ...................6jC Green Gage.Plums, heavy OC^ syrup, two for ........�iUC .Muscatels, Raisins, per Jb............ Currants, per lb............ RalBins, 11 oz. pkg. per pkg.......... lie 14c 11c Navel Oranges, per cloz. 27 and .......... Bananas, per dozen ........... I,emonK, per dozen ........... Red Cross Pickles, in IS oz. bottles, in Chow Chow, Sweet, and Sour ilixed and OO- Onions, ])Br bottle .....ULtK. .Vpplos, Wagner's, 4 lbs................ LOZ Strawberries and Raspberries, Hygienic Brand, per tin ................ Red Cross Vinegar, per bottle ......... Fry's or Baker's Cocoa, %lb. tins, each Cliaao & Sanhorne Coffee QQ� 1 lb. tins .............JOC Van Camp's Soup, assort- 11 od, per tin ............IxC DRIED FRUITS Prunes, 10s, per hOK ....... .\prICQts, 10s, per box ....... I'eaches, IOh, 20c 17c 24c Assessment Roll, 1916 NOTICK is hereby given that the Assessment Roll of tiie City for the year llUfi, has been prepared and is now open to inspection at my office in the City Hall from 10 a.iu. to 4 p.m.. on every judicial day except Saturday and on thai day from 10 a. m. to mid-day and that any ratepayer who desires to object to the Assessment of himself or of any other person must within twenty days after the date of this .Notice lodge hi.i com plaint in wriling at my office. I Dated lliia 4th day of JIarch, lOU!. ' M. W. MKECn, City Asfiessor. 8-9 Evenings J. D. Higinbpthatn & Co. " Limited --- j Ford Films ; lli.sloric Sloney Creek liatilelield, iiiear Hamilton, Ont., was recently ;the scene of a most realistic sham liattle enacted by the SUlli and l:;0th battalions of that city, .v Lewis m;>-ihine gun s(|uad in action added real-j ism to tile scene, and the "battle" i'.vas gone througli with under actiial fighting conditions. Tliis sham battle, which is i)rol)al)ly one of the best ever enacted in Canada, was "lllmed" in its entirety by an operator from tlie Ford .Motor company of Canada, Ltd.. and forms a large part of the current Ford-Canadian monthly lllm issued by tills company. The current I film is being shown at the ICiniiress theatre today. Model Bakery Bread Appeals to the Bread Baker at Home -THEY, OF ALL OTHERS, KNOW GOOD BREAD. MODEL BREAD HAS THE GOOD POINTS OF HOME MADE BREAD. IT'S EASIER AND JUST AS CHEAP TO ORDER OUR BREAD WHEN IT IS HARD TO MAKE GOOD BREAD AT HOME THIS COLD WEATHER. OR-DER FROM YOUR GROCER OR PHONE 1175 AND THE RIG WILL CALL. THE MODEL BAKERY N. J. SCHWEITZER. PROP. START mmm FOR THE KILTB per bo.x $U6 $1.45 82 c WESTERN MERCANTILE CO, SAM SADOWSKI, PROPRIETOR PHONE 1724 We Deliver to all Parts of the City 606 THIRD AVE. SOUTH ALFALFA Calgary, .March 4.-Lieut.-Col. A. AV. Pryce-.Ioncs, of the IKltli Lothbridge Highland Battalion, Is in the city arranging tor the ojionlng of the battalion's recruiting oflice here. Suitable premises have bflen obtained in the Delamere block, 7lh Avenue, nearly opposite the Herald building, and tlie work of preparing for the opening will start at once. Lienr. Kdwards Is to be in cllarge of the Calgary ollico for the present, and Lieut.-Col. Pryce-JonoH is confident that a largo number of excellent recruits will bo obtained in Calgary and surrounding district. Lecture on Bible BeiiJ. II. Barton, a well known lee lurer of the Inteniatlonal Bible Students association, will speak in Harper's Ilall, corner ."ith Avenue and 11th Street South, on .Monday, March tjth. -Mr. Barton has travelled extensively in I'liirope and America, and j has lectured in nearly every large city on this continent. His subject on the occasion of liis visit here will be, "The Bible's .Message lor Our Day." It is claimed his lecture throws much llglit on events transpiring at the Iiresont time, and wliat may be expected to follow this greatest of all i wars. .Mr. Barton claims that the \ preaeni. (injirecedented condition of j the world was prophesied limidreds of years aso, and also its glorious outcome, 'i'hi? lecture will be .free to the public. FOR SALE Limited Qiiaiitiiv ol:' CTeniiiric (jrimm .VI-fall'a .Seed ("irowii !>, Chas. .Kajic SHOWN AND FOR SALE AT 1 HE ARCADi: R. WALLACE, PROP. Livci'>' TAXICAB SERVICE Rales to any part of city- 1 Passenger ............. 50c 2 or :i Passengers .......$1.00 SMALL CHILDREN FREE Hospital and train calls a specialty. Careful driver. PHONE 1206 DAY OR NIGHT AUDITORIUM RINK SKATING TQNIGHT Men's Own Open Session Westininster Church .SniKhiy, I P. M. SPEAKER Mi'K. Burriiijitou-llain Of Toronto, representing minion W.CT.U. Do- TOPIC: "Our Obligation to the Immigrant After the War." SOLOIST-MR. W. H. MAISEY PIANOFORTE DUET-MISSES ..30D0BURGH. PIANIST- -PROFESSOR ERTS ROB- PACK THE HOUSE Studebakers Real Test .\ot iiicTi'ly one car liiiicd (o lu'i't'cctioji * and run on a race (rack, inii 100 cars from 100 dirrcrciil points frtMii the .\liaiiiie lo the the I'acil'ie. These arc the insl riuM ions rect'ived h_v the dealers ri\)iii ihe SliKh'haker FaeUiry, and were cai'ried onl: lo theJetU'i'. Taki; ti U)LH .St iidehalver Car and on .Momhiy. Noveniher tSih, cover 250 miles he-tween I he lioui's til' {) a. in. and (5 p.m. He|)eat: this iierfoi'manee. iisinii' ll'e same v.wv on tlie three site('i>e(lin,u', days eoniiiletiiiii,' lOCK) miles within 4H hoiii's' rininin"' time, I'lan your J'oiite tiironu'h a.v(H'age conn-try, as the ordinary inotorist would eneonnt-er it, and he siii'e to make tlie run, rain, snow or sunshine. l!jV(M'y (-ar started, earryino; one or more ol'J'ieial and inipartial ohservers, and every ear finished within the. specified-'fcimc. AI-ihou^'h many of the oars were siil)jeet(>d vci'v severe weather and road conditions to Hi:iiF. LS THE RE.St'LT .. The I0n cars averaqod 1,078 miles each. The average time of each car was 36 hours and 36 minutes, instead of- 48 hours. The average speed maintained under all conditlonc was 27.52 miles per hour. And In every Instance the report was; NO MECHANICAL TROUBLE WHATEVER, This Is the kind of service YOU CAN EXPIECT and WILL GET FROM YOUR STUDEBAKER. These cars now on exhibition In our show room on 6th St, 8, A Post Card will bring you a catalogue and full Information. Dealers wanted in every town in Southern Alberta, Write or phone at once, STUDEBAKER GARAGE . J. T. GRAHAM, PROP, 322 6TH 8T;, SOUTH. - PHONE' 1822 ;