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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta a. ?::^.I*RINTING HERAtb JOB DEF'ARtMENT HOTEL WINDSOR Beat $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta Dl Rusk' ^au\j o o o o o o o o o Manufactured by The Taylor Millini BUNDLES CANNED GOODS Tomatoes, Ilyglone braiul � Us, iier tin Reas, Beans and Corn . per till ............. Libby's P. Apple, :is- spec. _ ; fur Saturday..........LDL Cardston Creamery But- ; ter, '2 lbs. for ........ Fresh Dairy Butter "pe.r Hi............... ;lone liraiul ^ Q lie 25c 75c 35c 'i' . .FRUITS Oijanges, 29c, and / ' per (107.. . .. ...... Lemons.... Per iloz: ......... Bananas,  f'er ilo/..' 38c 30c 35c SWIFT'S PURE LARD 'Mh |)iiils I'oi-..........')oc. iiri) pails for.........87c. IOHj ijtiils lor......$1.7;'. OCILVIK'S IU)LLKI) OATS 20.S. .stifk..........70c (Ss, sack ..........'iOc FLOUR ROYAL IJOl'SKIlOLl) !)8h, special.......$3.:{5 41)8. special......$L()9 21s, special ....... 85c 2(11!) Sack (.r FiiK'sl {^ramilaled B. (". Sii.uar-. SI.58 (Willi %'l f^nicci-y ortlci') Men's and Boy's Suits � .\ big siiipmeiil ol' boys' and men's suits just in. Coind and .see lliein. Boys' Suits from 9 lo 11 .years.............Sl.r)0 Tlieso suils are .$8 and -$9 value. Men's $25 Serges for................... ,,$18.00 Men's S18 Serges for.................... .1 $11.50 Men'^s !i>i� Serges for........................ $8.75 SHOES Ladies' Black Button and Luce Shoes, $ 1.50 and $5.00 Value For $2.75 WEEK END SPECIALS, This Week Friday and Saturday-All Al Goods at the Right Prices Floiid.T Grapefruit, larao silzf, 2 for..........25c N.ival Oranges. \i 111. pnlls irnil mixture, 5 lb. tins Pure Plum, per tin ................ 50c 5 lb, tins, Fruit Mixture per tin ............ "tOc )ir 1 vli..). .pi.f^t up................ ^�.UU Small Qa.intities, 1 & r. !l)s U\r ............25c Jersey Cranberries, per lb.................. 20c Banan.Ts. i>\tiii liiii'. per doz................ 35c Pure Strawberry, t 11), palls eacli .......... 75c Pure Raspberry and Blacl:i(*h fiSc Cotcanuts. oacii ........................... 20c Cucumbers, cxlrn fniKv. cacli .............. 30c Green Onions. L' larpi' lu-.iiflu's for .......... 15c C.iulitlowers. 20c. luid ................ 25c. Spinach, jmr lb. -........................... 15c (Bo h these are extra fine quality) Best Japan Rice, 4 llis, for ................. 26c Best Siam Rice, ,"i lb*, for .................. 25c Corn, Peas and Beans, Harvest llrand, -t tins 450 Fresh Rhubarb,'Tier lb.................... 20c New Laid Eggs, per dozen ................. 35c - Tomatoes, ilnrvesl. Ms, ;j for................40c Canned Fruit in Heavy Syrup, assorted, 7 tins for .................................. $1,05 Cream Brlcl - ;No. -1 C. W........ No. :�. V. \v........ � Kxtra 1 I''eeil ..... ' No. 1 [eed ____.... : -No. -1 Keed ......... i Barley- No. ............. ;.\o. 4 l' 1 .. . ............. r IHX 'No. J N. w. r..... ! .No. 2 c. w........ � \l'lV Chicago Wheat July . llii^ Minneapolis Wheat .May , 11J=4 ,Iuly , ........... 1U'>2 Close ; 111% i in--. I 4l"i- 41'N -luv, J12'o Iu7Ts I lUr.T^ j ldi'"x j I Sle's \ tn ! :',s :!,S ; !;, CI ,'r, -uiiT.- \ 1 I I , Illli; : 112-\ Ford's Delicious CHOCOLATES A lYcsh Supply Dii'ocl troiu ^laker.s i''t�i'd'.riilu'(' lint I simply to ;\nnt�nm-iv llu-ir arrival is sti rriciciu. We liave tbeni in twenty-one different varieties, inciitdluK 4Mare^�9lliuo Cliei'iies, t'liocolale Brazil^ Nuts, Almonds, filberts, Cinfjer Dates, .Maple Walnuts, etc. ' �- \/� ."Take a pound assorted and we'll guaraVitee~ihey are superior to any you ever have had, . . The Red Cross Drag & Book Co., Limited Coming Home i O. It. .Marnoch, president of the Board of Trade, is ox|)eeted home lo- i morrow from an extended Iri)) lo Chicago, WInnipPK and oilier points. Wesley Church Anniversary p. Burns Goes South P. Burns, the Calgary cattle kini;, iweiit sotith this niorninB to Milk Kiver ' where he lias a large number of cattle which have been winter-fed. Announcement Tlie Willard W.C.T.I'. are holding a pantry .�ale and tea tomorrow after-I noon from 2.SO niilll G o'clock in the � ClitisUau Chnrcli, Third avenue. The i proceeds will be given to the Travel-1 lers' Kill. I --- j More Recruits i Five new recruits were taken on I by llie Kilties this inorniug,--these lliuinp; C. .M. Gilbertson. contractor, I Norway; H, C, Meredith, engineer, jCan.; J. T. Paulson, locomotive eugin-|eer, .Norway: C. P. Doe, mariner, Kng-ilish; G. Robinson, miner, English. Dog Poisoner at Work The dog poisoner is at work again, the little spaniel belonging to Capt. , 1... -M. Johnstone of the Klltie.s l.iein.i; : the last victim. It was in the iieigli-\ borliood of the Johnstone residence ' that so many dogs were poisoned last �� suipiner. Excellent Program Tables Served 6 to 8 o'clock Annual Dinner and Concert Songs, "^V-.-r.- ill Goods Melba Out' iMelba Toilet Good.s Arrived Thi.s Morning- MELBA- ) ' FACE CREAM-SKIN CLEANSER FACE POWDER, (All shades) ROSE BLUSH NAIL POWDER NAIL PASTE NAIL WHITENER TALCUM POWDER "LOV ME" TOILET WATER SACHET POWDER, ETC, J. D. Higiflbotham & Co. �� Limited --- The 3fe2SSffi ^^''^ TELEPHONE NO. 322 Police Court A neighborhood row was aired in police court this morning. .Mrs. P. ^'Jones being eliarged by .Mrs. Koberta " Whitelaw with creating a dismriianee  by using insulting language. The story told by the witnesses on both Slides was not very edifying, and after considering the facts, the inagistrale dismissed the action, K. White, a far-wier, cliarged with being drunk while ; In charge o"" a team, was tined ten and coats, Tiuee drunks were given three and costs. Kdmontpu. aMarch 10.-.Mr. J. G. Turgeon moved a resolution In the legislature yesterday, seconded by .1, .\, .McCall, for submission to liie federal minister of jusilce, praying tliai the law bo amended which protects young girls by raising the age of consent from 14 to HI years, and the age for seduction from 1,S to 21 years. .\. F. Kwing, t'onservatlve, I'Minoii- \ ton, was opposed to the 21-year clause but opposed the resolution mainly on the grounds that It interfered with federal alTairs. Mr. Sifton agreed with the resolution, and explained that any private member bad a perfect right to introduce such a resolution, and lie would vole for it as ii private memher. The resolution expressed the views of llie members of the legialature as individuals, and not in a colleelive sense. The resolution carried without division. s?^^ Home Guard =^ Regimental Orders Died of Typhoid j Till' dealb occurred las( night at jDlanKJiul City hospital (if George lla-,due, an -Vustrlun miner, aged 24 yeai's. j Deaib was due lo typhoid fever. The body is being lield al Fetterly's parlors, pending funeral arrangoinenls being made. Piles Cured id 6 to 14 days DruEgisls refund liionoy if I'AZO or.NTiMION'r falls lo cure lUdiing, I Blind, lllcediiiR or Protruding Piles. j First appUcRlion glvc-s relief, fiiic, I - announcements 'I'lipCadillac Garagn uuloailcd a ear of Overland uutonioblles yesterday. 1 There will be a bailiff's sale by pub-!lle auction of two teaixis of geldings i and two sets of lieavy harnesB al Don-. nell's Livery tomorrow at 2 o'clock.' 1 I ^birth's ~ ItHKI.IN-;j;o Mr, .and .Mrs,\'. Ri, The-A lln, Il2li 7tli .VviMiue North, on ^1 .March Idli, a sou. j\ general drill will bo held on Monday evening, the Uilli March at eight o'(dock, weather permitting. All niom-bers are retiuested to be present. Parade without rifles on 7tli street, opposite the A, Ii, &' 1. bujlding, A meeting of ihe'execulive (committee will be held at, the close of the parade In the Hoard of Trade rooms. For Patrlijtic Fund The lion. Treas. ft, J, Ritchie Pater-son acknowledges the receipt of $i;i,OU being percentage of salea on February 2filh for the Patriolle Fund,. BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY TAXICAB SERVICE Kales lo auy iiarl of eify-- 1 Passenger ......... 50c 2 or :'. i'assen'^ei'H .......$1.00 SMALL CHILDREN FREE Hospital, and ..U'ain, calls a specially, Cat'eful-driver, PHONE 1206 DAY OR NIGHT, The Auto-Strop Razor-BestRazor Manufactured!! A Remarkable Offer AVc iinitc yon. every niiiii ill Lelli-livid.ti'e who lias never used !i Snl'ety Ivii/or or who is (lissiil isl'ied with his present r;iz-or. to Ireely try out I lie .\ nto-Sl ro]t Sii I'e-ty Hii/.or I'oi' ;')() days witl(ont deposit . .'ind without the .sliu'htcst, ohli^'.'it ion to piii'ch-ase. . Thus you will surely learii whellier the Razor is i!xaclly suited to your needs. Put it to a fair trial, lake reasiniubh^ care of It: but use the outfit as freely as If you liad purchase I It  outrlglil. If the Razor does uoi satisfy you in every detail, liring llio outfit ))nck, there will be no aigument, you will nol be asked lo pay aiiything, not even for till! blades you havo used. If the Razor appeals to yon al the end of the ao-day trial offer, drop In and pay for 11. NO MORE REMARKABLE OF-, w'Aa EVER MADE, TRY IT, The Kenny & AUin ^ Co., Ltd. THE DRUC-BOOK STORE Phone 1467, ,,Next Pallas HottK ATURDAY FECIAL - - Do you know what You will get for - - $1 Shaving Mug - .35 Shaving Brush- .35 Mirror - - - .15 Hone - - 1.00 Shaving Stick - .25 ( $2.ro for $1.00 DON'T FORGET! This is for SATURDAY ONLY! PHONE 1313 GRAIN! PHONE 1313 ground floor, sherlock block In ll'meB like those, bo sure you sell your grain to a I'lnn wlilcli, i,s finaiioltttly responsible. Phone us for prices and shipping iu-  Htruotloiiw, '"riu) proof of llpi iiroflla is In the returns," W, k, porter, manager lethbridge branch IIWAD OFFICK SVINNlPlOa, A 79 ;