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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta high class PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best $h2S a Day Hotel in Alberta DR. RUSK'S CHICK FOOD A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKS Wi'iii' ii'V siiiiiplcs and hr iiniviaci .1. M:\iW liy Taylor Milling and Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA. You can dbliiiii tlii.-^ fmiil froni tin- rollo'.viiij; (Icaier.-: .Tiiylor Milliiis; .v; KlcvuKir To.. Klii.-im .\lillin;: vV; i;iovutoi- I'li., Buy Only the Best Food-Always Demand Quality (,)n;ilii\- iv wluit iMir rci.uiMlioii lias Immmi IhiIIi on. Von will fiiul. loo lliiil oiii- prices iirc ;il\Viiys ro.-isoim lilc. Tlic reason is. \\(> liny for cusli ml in larni' (j naiiiitics. l,iMlilii-i(lge, Alia, Taylor Millinu .'i KitMitur I'u,. Nflsuii. n. C. � Alberta Pacifii' ilraiii To. Calgary. Aim. k Campbell Wilson .v Home, l.etlihriiit-c. Alia Crown Feeii I'roiliuc To.. Calgary. Alia. l.olllbri;l,^(. .\Ua. .NI.hHoUio Hal Milliii� Co.. Midi-ciiif Hat. .\l;a. A. .Macilnnalil >,� Co.. l.'MhbriiUe. Aita. ORilvie Milliu?; Co.. l.til., Mcui-cine llal. .\iia. Kobiii Hood .Mills. Calgary. .\lia. in I lie lowcsi nia rkc -.= . per ease. 1.75 up to ............................. S2.50 GRAPEFRUIT, finest Klorida. 11 for ........ 25c GRAPEFRUIT, finest Klorida. lar.ue. J lor----25o COCOANUTS, eaeli ........................ 20c CUCUMBERS, extra fauey hothouse, each .. 30c FRESH RADISHES teuri/.ed. It can be ilone at home by those aci|uninted with the process and determined to carry it out in erery detail, but all cannot ,lo this. However, ii can be purcliused. The Crystal Oairy iias a plant for that jiurpose. 1 have examined it IhoroUKli-ly. and it is up to date in every respect, with the exception that tliey have no clarifier. There are two renuisites 10 perfect milk. viz.. cleanliness and safety .Vilk from the milk farm may be clean, and it may not. Passagi-ihiouBb 'iie clarilier removes all possibilit.v of dirt. It is clean, but still not sate. The milk passes from tl\e clarifier to the pasteurizer wliere it is kept at a heal of F. 142 deg. to V. \\: ... Open lo7-\ l'i,"oithern ............. Oats- ! No. 2 C. \V................. I No. :; C. W"...............;�� \ Kxtra No. 1. Feed ........... � .No. I Feed ................. . No. 2 Feeo lU.iV- IbUC. 1)11;, ,S4 Vi 11 �"s o The Quick Way PHONE US Cnliiv.-iic lilt' !('!( plioiic ni(!.Uio(l slioppinu'.. '.h is llu' ijnifk ninl ronvfiiicul. May. W'c \\:iiii/ynii to use (Ml r Prompt, Free Delivery Service PHONE 5S5 Sonic one- is always wjiii inii' .-h' 'oil r end of the line. Service i.s the thiuj�" Tke Red Cross Drug & Book Co., Limited CITY AN 1) DISTKLCT For Patriotic Fund The hon.-treasurer Uobt. J. Ritchie rutcrson acknowledges the re.-eipt t f $24.0t) from Mrs. C. R. Matthewa. Trades and Labor Council '~" The regular meeting of the 'I'railes and habor CouiK^iJ will be held in (lie labor hall (m 'l^hursday evening at s.:in. To Attend Funeral Alenibers of Courl Star and Cnlty, \. O. F.. are requested (o meet in the 1.0.O.K. iiall at 2.45 on Thursday, to attend funeral of the late Bro. Cha: . I'ayne. 1 Chicago Wheat i .May ............ ins I .Inly ............ 1(J'!^4 i Sept............. 10.".'., I Minneapolis Wheat i.May ............ ll)9-''4 I July............ lO'.iVj. 111J'.4 '� IIJS^., 1 1(17:^4 1 11 j 111! Nursiujj; Mission TEA The Board of the .Nursing .Mls- sion will hold their second annual tea al the .Nur.siiig ;^.l!B.sioii 418 14th St. on Sat'y Afternoon Mar. 18th A SILVER COLLECTION WILL BE TAKEN IN AID OF THE WORK OF THE MISSION .......^ LOCAL MARKETS Call at the ''2 ..M.'s" and get a free Shamrock, Friday tlie 17th. The I.etlibridge Sales Uarn.s have iust received a carload ot Registered Shorthorn bulls. These hulls will be offered for sale with ahoiii '.M\ head of horses atid 2r> cows, at the Sales Barn on Friday. .March 17th. 7S-;; PRO-GERMANS FINED Berlin. Ont.. .NIarch i:C-County ton-I stable Sieisii of Bridgeport, and John 1 l^aul Steinberg (jf this city were hned i$2r) and J2U. with costs, respectively, in the police court this tnornipK for disorderly conduct and insulting laii-jguage. uttered during a parade of the illlth and n2ll\ battalions hero on Sat-j urday evening. Local option won over prohibition in lb'.' Slate of Vermont by a margin of l.Dthi votes. Men's and Boy's Suits A big shipment of boys' and men's suits just in THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL Boys' Suits from !J to a I? A Men's $18 Suits LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon piiccs- Wheat ..................... S.N Flax....................... IS! Barley..................... 44 ", Track prices : Wheat ..................... !i2-')h Oats................. ... ;;;!>.� Flax ..................... l'Jt!% BUYING rriiCcS FOR HAY No. 1 timolliv. baled, ton ...... 10.00 No, 1 aifalia, balsd, ton ......... !i.50 . Stuudard allalf:i ........................ tl.OO i No. 2 alfalfa ............................... .S.OO I No. 1 bllipioint, .......................... 10.Oil \ Livestock antl Poultry Clioicr steers, \\\ to i;,'. +'at cows, r),|, to fi. Slieep-Clioice killing ui.'thers. 7'^. Sheei)-(Mioioe killing ewes, 7,  1 Select hogs, 150-2(1(1 tbs, S-Ji. l.i\e fowl, I2c, for 14 years.......... $4.50 These suits are $S uurt |(l value Men's 525 Serges d�10 AA i Men's $15 Suits tor ........... ij)iO.UU lor........... $14.50 $8.75 Onr grocery (le|iui'tinent lias niaiis'. I>:ir-viiiins for yon iliis week. I'lioiie 1724 loj' |n'oni|ii (lelivei'y. Shoes! Shoes!! A tew more left of the ladies' black bultoii or laced, $4,S0 and $5,00 shoos lor........................ $2.75 WESTERN MERCANTILE CO. SAM SADOWSKI, PROPRIETOR PHONE 1724 We Deliver to all Parts of the City 606 THIRD AVE. SOUTH On Business Here W. J. Coo. general storekeeiier of , the C,1',H,, al Calgar>, si)enl yesti.-r-day ill the city (ui biL^'iness. jThrov/ Off Ccldr. and Prevent Grip. ' When you feel a cold eonilng on. take : I..\X.\T1VK Hlto.MO QI'ININK. It re-. movet- cause ol Colds and drip. (July �One �HUO.SiO QIMNINI':." K. iW. :l.;i!()\'K'S ;-igmiiur(i on box, 2ric. KITCHEN CHEMISTRY The .A.lciienilst of the kilclien' can �transmute" ,llie pe.i soup that is being .supplied from the citv mains into a pleasant, palatable and SAFE drinking water by adding a teaspoonful of .-Vlum AO any utUinury bucket full of boiled - water, allowing the .suspended matter to settle and then decanting Into covered vessels. Tlie pouring of^he water from one pitcher to another will re-aerate and render more pleasant to the taste. Tin? use of BOILED water re-()Uires less alum. Tlinre is no n(i:;eKSity for having bri\ckish table water if these simple snggeslions are followi.'d. We have a specially packed .VIA iM In 10 and 25.(;ombe. The .Mitchell .N'urs,o proof of the profits lii in the relnrns." . W. K, PORTER, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANt* V Erin Go Bragh! St. Patrick's Day the 17th ....We ai^ sliowiiig a very attractive line ol' St. Patrick Novelties, POST CARDS & BOOKLETS, comprising a complete lange of the ARTSITIC DEN-NISON LINE, such as CREPE DECORATIVE FLAGS, HARP, ST. PATRICK HATS & SHAMROCK AND GOLDEN HARP SEALS, CREPE PAPER NAPKINS, PAPER PLATES, PLACE CARDS, LUNCH SETS, BON BON BOXES, ST, PATRICK BUTTONS, CARDBOARD SHAMROCKS, DECORATIVE CREPE PAPER, FIRE PROOF FLYERS & STREAMERS, tfor room decoralloii). All of Ihe above are s))Gcially for St. I'atrUjk fimctions, t;ome in and see the display, you will he under no obligation to buy. The Kenny & Allin Co., Ltd. THE DRUG-BOOK STORE, Phone 1487 Next Dallas Hotel AUCTION SALE Of High-class FURNITURE ON TITIKSDAY, MAK. Ki'lll At 12(>S 2n(l Ave.'SouUi COMMENCING AT 10 A. M. AND 2 P.M. W, L, WILSON - - - Auctioneer IS FAVORED With INSTRUCTIONS TO SELL THE FOLLOWING 1 ;'.-piece parlor mahogatiy suite, nphol.^tered in silk. 1 mahogany rocker, upholstrired in silk. 1 miihogfcity rocker, solid seat, 1 mahogany parlor table. 1 mahogany .iarcMuiere aland, i dining room carpet square, almost new. 1 U-cur ouk buffet, swell front, bevel plate glass mirror, 1 H-etit oak extensitin table with pedestal (round I, 1 set oak diners npliolstered in leather. 1 oak jardiniere stand, 1 writing' desk. 1 carpet stiuare, almost new. II heavy iron beds, brass trlmmingB, spring mattress, 2 solid oak dressers and stands, 1 solid oak cheffonier, swell front, with bevel glass mirror. 1 drop head Singer sewing machine, 7 drawers, almost new. 2 toilol sets. 1 Buck range, (i-hole, wltli reservoir and hot water coii-neL'lions and warming closet, curtains, blinds, pictures, dishes, portieres, linoleum, fancy cusliions. house plants, wringer, wash machine, shovels, rakes, hoes, lawn mower, and a (|uantlty of hand embroidered cushion tops, also several pieces of crochet lace. THE AUCTIONEER WISHES TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO THIS SALE, AS THE GOODS ARE IN PERFECT CONDITION AND ALMOST NEW. ALL SMALL ARTICLES WILL BE SOLD IN THE MORNING AT 10 A.M., THE HEAVY FURNITURE AT 2 P.M. . GOODS NOW ON VIEW. TERMS CASH. AUCTION SALE Of HORSES, CATTLE, HOGS, GHICPNS AND MACHINERY Greatest Stock-Reducing Farm Sale HaVING'mORE STOCK ON HANIJ^THAN I CAN PROPERLY CARE FORDURING THE SUMMER MONTHS AND EXPECTING TO CHANGE MY METHOD OF FARMING TO THE USE OF LARGER MACHINERY, I HAVE INSTRUTED ED, POPHAM TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE, ON GRAND VIEW FARM, 1 MILE EAST OF VILLAGE OF NOBLEFORD, On Friday, March 17th, at 10 a.m. sharp 40 HEAD OF HORSES-2 bay mares In foal, aboul 2i;00 lbs.. 1 brown mare in foal, about. Mali Ib.s., 1 grey mare In foal, about I2n0 lb�, 2 bay niaros. about 2700 lbs,, 2 bay mares, about 2200 lbs,, I bay mare about 12,"iO lbs., 1 black team geldings, aboul 2800 lbs,, I black team gpldliigs, iiboul 2!�00 Ib.s., 1 black team geldings, alioul 11000 IbH.j I bay team geldings, about. 2800 lbs., 1 sorrel team geldings about 27ri0 lbs., 1 black gelding about I:!,')(> lbs,, 1 black gelding 10,50 lbs.. I sorrel gelding about. .KiiJO lbs., I bay gelding about l.'),')0 pounds, 1 bay gelding about lOflO pounds, hay gelding about l.'iOO pounds, 1 Ijlack niai'o in foal aboul ISfiO pounds, i grey tiiare in I'oal about l.'i.'iO lbs., I bay mare in foal about l,").'iO lbs.. teams of 2 tind ;i year old mules. :i teams of 2 and ;i year old horses. I will also offer niy stud Bright Bay and a good Itidividtiul, :i liiK't grnde horso and a sure I'oal goiter, also a good young breeding .liiclf. Space hinders descl'lblng tho above luoro fully, hut if you want a horse you cannot afford to miss this sale. 44 HEAD OF CA-TTLE-10 pure bred reghsleiod shorlhorn bulls that lion. Duncan .Marshall, JMlnister of Agriculture, will offer for s,\lo without reserves All old enough for service and ar(( tho rlglit kind and wore personally selected by lion. Duncan Marshall in Ontario and shipped by him lo Alboria for dlstrijmtion. 20 Head of cows, niany good mllkei's atnontr llioin that will be fresli this spring. Hi Mend of young catlle. 1 registered llolsletn hull. MACHINERY-11 Binders, 10 grain drills, Cocksluilt, Mct.'or-mlck, VanbrunI, -I sets of drag harrows, 2 duck foot cultlvnlors, S wagons, ;i hay racks, l."i disks, in and out throw, 4 harrow carts, ii Winnor fiiiining mills, 1 Oliver enislno gang, nearly new, " .lohu., Deere Sulky plows, 14 acts of iloublo work harness, 'i h.p. gasoline engine, 2'/a h.p. gasoline engine. HOGS-10 Brood sows , 12 shoals, ITiO chickens. HON. DUNCAN MAKKTIALI. WILL DELIVEK AN ADDRESS AT THE NOON HOUR, About 20,000 bushels of seed grain consisting of Oats, Flax and Barley that has been cle-infid. re-cleanecl and tested for germination, samples of each will be shown at sale and sold privately in quantities to suit purchasers! Arrangement can be made to ship seed to any place desired. Start right with yood reliable seed. Come early as there are many other articles that space forbids advertising, that will be sold at sale. If weather is unfavorable, sale will be conducted In a large heated building, Free lunch nt noon, Arrangements will be made to meet the southbound train at 12.30, Purchasers can attend the afternoon sale, and return at 6.30, Terms of aale will be varied on different lines and will be made known at date of sale, '....... ED, POPHAM, Auctioneer. C, S. NOBLE. Notaleford, Alberta 04 ;