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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Daj^ Hotel in Alberta 0^ PURE DISTILLED WATER ^ A iisdinicly i rcc iVdiii iy|�ii(ii(l or any oi her kind of u'crms. Water I lial lias rirsi liccn rilicrcd tlir'cc tinu's. tln'ii disiillrd aiul Ixitllcd. Pni np in ') LiM lion drnii jidins. \\V lia\(' a sliipnicnl nl' tliis arriviiiu' (dllicr loniorriiw or the lic-ninninii' of next w ('(d\ and aintllicr loi ilu' end of noxl W('cd. l{ii(diic have ri'niovcd tlu'ir ofliccs Iriuu liu' Union iJank 1) nild-'ir Acadia tn�:' 1 r,o(d!.s ........... - B. C. SALMON, Is.................... SARDINES, ihinieslic. per Jill ............... SARDINES. Olal or KiUK -or 'I'ar .'............. FRESH COMB HONEY per comb ........... SWIFT'S PREMIUM BACON, per 11).'........ SWJFT'S PREMIUM HAM, per lb......... SWIFT'S LARD, SWIFT'S LARD. .......... SWIFT'S LARD 10s............ COOKED HAM, lier 11)......... 24c 10c 23c 25c 15c 20c 4c 15c 25c 35c 25c 55c 87c $1.73 35c FLOUR-Ogilvies Royal House-hoUl Flour, Canaila's Be.�t: - lim lbs............... S3.35 l!l ................. 51.69 ��^ Ib.k................... 85c ROLLED OATS, -.0 Ib.s......... ROLLED OATS, s lbs.......... CANNED GOODS TOMATOES, :'.s. per till ................... PEAS. BEANS & CORN per tin ............... PEARS, Ls. Un- ................. COFFEE, r per tin . . COFFEE. C. per tin . . TEA, lilne . * S.. Is 70c 30c 13c 11c 25c 38c 75c 40c Uibbon. in drren or l.JO CARDSTON creamery With $2.00 grocery order Hmter, J lbs. for ..(OK. S|)t'ciaJ Price (m Suits lor Saturday A BIG SHIPMENT OF MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS JUST IN ^il^^'ifS $4.50 "^r.'".^:^'^^,$14.50 These Suits are $8 and $9 value "fr.^".^^.''�." $18.00 $8.75 Shoes MEN'S Heavy Working Boots, in black or tan. reK. d�o QC $4,50 for...........^LtVO MEN'S line Siuunietal tf>0 n C shoes, ley. $5,50 for �])UtlO Shoes LADIES' gnnnielttl laee or but-ton .shoes, reg. $5 ^2 y J BOYS' Shoes, just in djn or reg. $3, for.........U Boys' Suits 35 MORE BELGIAN BOYS' SUITS, jusi in ami will be (J�0 7 J- .sold at .......................................... �Pt).i nrr values. SattirOay special, each.................... Jpl./D WESTERN MERCANTILE CO. 'SAM SAOOWSKI, PROPRIETOR PHONE 1724 We Deliver to all Parts of the City 006 THIRD AVE. SOUTH Northern .Sort hern .\oi-tliern .Vorihern C. W....... Kxtra .Vo. 1 Feed .\o. I 1^'ed ...... No. -1 Feed ....... Barley-No. ........... No. 4 ......... ei'd ........... Fh.\ -.\o. 1 .V. W. C. . No. 2 C. W..... Chicago Wheat inl 11 >; Seasonable Necessities for Farmers ' Mickelsou's . Kill -Km Quick (ioi)her Poisou 3 SIZES .")0c, 7.">c. an\\'-- I'OO'^ tiiO", 1 n 11,2 ()ioj)hercide. .50c GET OUR PRICES ON STRYCHNINE AND FORMALDEHYDE Tke Red Cross Drag & Book Co., Limited 39th at Bramshott Advices received from the ;!Hth battery Of I.ethbridge, arc to the eitect that they are in training at Bramshott eaiup, England. Four Recruits Four new recruits for the Kilties is today's grist. They are: .1. R. Hewitt, farmer, Knglisii; .Ice Shin-gar, cowpunchcr. .\mprican; C. V. Oinnet/., slioomaker. Norwegian, and C. R. IMxon, farmer. Knglish. YESTERDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES CALG.MIV-Hogs. to $10.00: steers. .$.">..70 to .$7..'.0: cows. S:.'.r)0 to ?i;.'J.'.; lieirers. $n.r>i,i to 30,7.7.' CHICAC.O-Hogs. $7,110 to .$0.f..'>; atlle. $7..-iO to $0.8.7. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Presented With Jewel I'te. Fred Hobins. of the Kilties, received a very i)leasant surprise when he went to (Calgary Thursday to at-Itend the farewell to the S. O. 10. nieiii-ibers of tho fitith. Tho large gathering I of Sons of Rngland members present-led him with a beautiful past prcsi-; dent's jewel. -Mr. Itoblns was piosi-liient of the Grand Lodge of Alberta jiu l;ii4-1.7. Everybody Delight^ ed With MODEL BAKERY BREAD \Vai;on piice.s- Whea't ............ ........ i Oats ............. I'll Flax............... . ISl Barley............. Track prices : Wheat ............ Oats .............. ;!-.^ Flax .............. ''1117's BUYING PKiCES FOF! HAY No. 1 timolhv. baled , ton ... ... 10.00 N... 1 alfalfa, balfd, ton ...... .. !l.i70 Stundard :illalf:i ....... .. 0.00 Nn. alfalfa............ ............-. . S.OO N Siieep-Choice killing ewes. .Select hogs. ir.O.-ion ibs. S^;. Live fowl. Vic. Our ()iu)iii SeU arrived liiis uioniiiit>', -May sound a hit �'Spriiiuy"" 1ml uevei-,-lludoss liciilh' S|)riii.iL>' is uol far away. Our seed .sfdtM.'tion is open lor .yoiu' in-spcci ion. i J. D. Higinbotham & Co. ' Limited --- The 3feSaJ Stor� TELEPHONE NO. 322 : At the Men's Own ; The departure of Bev. David Boss i from the city will be keenly felt by I the .Men's Own in .N'ortli Leihbridge. LMr. Boss has many times delighted I his hearers by his timely addresses. � We are glad that we are to have him |)reaeiu tomorrow and his topic, "Down in the Devil's Don," should strongly appeal. All men invited: hearty singing. Time 4 i).m. _^_ \ War in the Garden of Eden (.leiieral Townsliend's army is now lighting near the traditional site of the first home of man. The following subjects suggested by this will bo i spoken on by Rev, G. 11. Cobbledick |iu Wesley church at the evening ser-(vices beginning Sunday, .Martdi loth; "The Garden of Kden-Where Was it and Where Is It?" "The Serpent that Tallied-Did it and Does If;" "Kve's Slile of the Story." "Whicli Covering -Fig Leaves or Furs?" Througli Lent and culminating with Riaster the njor-ning sermons will follow the spiritual development in the human life and work of .lesns as follows: "The Life Plan of .lesns." "Fintling the Way." "Synii)athy Born of Want.I'lie Cross. Die Foens of Ihimanity." "Sorrows Flower in Kasler .loy." It looks, good and tastes good-Is satisfying aud nutritious Xcw cusloniei'.s are heing added to our list daily. 1 r you do not eai -Sfodel Bakery'Bread, we invite a I rial. Ask your grocer, or jilione 1175 and tlie j'iii' ^^�jll call. N. J. SCHWEITZER, Prop. For Patriotic Fund The hon. treasurer, R. .1. R. Pater-son, acknowledges the receipt of $!>SO.CO from Gait mines (C. P. R.l. .?6J.75 from the otlice staff of Call mines: also from tho International Cnion of the United Brewery Workmen of America, local union No. S54. CARD OF THANKS Mr. and Mrs. .1. Payne and family wish to thank their many friends for linanu's llall Tuesday, Mar. 21st COMMENCING AT 8 O'CLOCK Admission 25 50c ANNOUNCEMENT i The liiembers of Ihe A. O. F. are \ reiiuestjcd to attend service tomorrow jat St. flary's church. .S.'M I W. Hopkins received a car of choice �grain fi'd steers from Cardsloii this Floral Tributes 'i'iie following floral tributes are gratefully acknowledged by .1. I'ayne and family foi- tlie fmieral of their son, Chas. .1. Paynes I'illow, .Mr. and .Mrs. .1. I'ayne and family: wreath, .Miss 10. Farcho, .Mr. and .Mrs. G. Sta-cey: cross, .Mr. aud .Mrs. Swansen: .spray, .Mi-, and Mrs. Standing; wreath, ofllcefB and members of Court Unity, i);ni, .v. O. F.; wreath, ofllccrs and members of Court Star, S09.7, A. O. F.: anchgr, James Payne and family; star, .Mr. Morris and boys: sprays, ; .Mr. ami .Mrs. W. Taylor. .Mrs. Hall and family, .Mr. and -Mrs. A. ^\ruold, .Mr. ; and .Mrs. .1. .Mullen, .VIr. and .Mrs. j TIckner, .Mr, W. Collier, Miss Ten-] nant, Mr. and -Mrs. Smeade, .Mr, and 1 .Mrs. ^Morden, .Mr. and -Mrs. I'aiilds of ! Taber, ~Mr. and .Mrs. Katon, Dr. and j .Mrs. LalTerty; spray of roses, .Mr. and .Mrs. Farrow; i)llio\v. Laundry slafl'; s|)rayH, Miss G. Ireland, .Mr. and .Mrs. Ilerno and family, .Mr. and .Mrs, Wigg H. family; harii, .Mr. & :Mrs. .1, Knowl-den, Mr. & .Mrs. A. Knowklen, .Mr. and .Mrs. W. Kuowldon, Mr. and .Mrs. T. Arnold, Jlr. and Jlrs. C, Patikhurst, .Mr. aud .Mrs. Barrett. five Studebaker Automobiies Bold This Week Without a Demonstration WHY ? lor over \'(diicles A iiurica. raclured liv ()0 years Hludehakor wliicii liave heen ihe Wlnvn ytui liny any Studelmker vou U'Ct BIRTHS PHONE \ 1313 PHONE 1313 GRAIN! Smith, Murphy & Co. GROUND FLOOR SHERLOCK BUILDING, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA, HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG, MAN. ^ I'lionGimJfor prices and .slilppUig instriictlous before'yoii bill your oar, we \s-ill gU'o .vour cpnsignuieuls (if grain to us, our iirompt alteullon. ''The proof ot tho profits is in tlie returns." W. K. POBTER, MANAGER I.ETHBRIDGE BRANCH, GIlKIO.N-^To Rev. and Mrs. li. i'll-mer Green, on .March '-'nd, a son, 121-iner Wade. BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY TAXICAB SERVICE Rates to any' iiart of city- 1 Passenger ............. 50o a or ;i liasficngers .......$1.00 Our rates I'or connlry trips will ^ inturest you. Kxperloiiced drlv-' ers. PHONE vm 15('ca use liiis' jiroilnced slandifd article niaiiii I lie liest I lie niarkei a IToi'ds. We do not have to use the argument so frequently heard on the streets today, that such and suth ,a part of our ear is Just as good as that used on our competitors' car. We use only such material and such mode of design or construction as has been agreed upon by motor c;