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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WlNDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta 'Where are you Going my Pretty Maid? 'I'm Going for Flour, Sir," she said "Then see iliat you get it Taylor Made'' " You Bet Your Life, Sir," she said SELECT YOUR GARDEN SEEDS NOW And Jiet (luvkinds you \van(. Wo linvc a larj�o variety o\' Hit' l)os( Canadian itacks. both in bulk and in packets. The following are our bulk lines:-DUTCH SETTS, MULTIPLIERS. SWEET CORN, GARDEN PEAS, CABBAGE. RADISHES, CARROTS. BEETS. SUGAR BEETS. TURNIPS. LAWN GRASS. WHITE CLOVER, SWEET PEAS. AND NASTURTIUMS. YOP NOT ONI.V IJKT Till: HKST CATLITV UY lU-Yl.Nli I.V lULK lUT YOf HKT TUKM MIHMI ClIKArKU. TKiri'lM-: n'ATKK. alisoluh-ly piirc iVcc Iroiii .ucniis. should use iliis wnicr lor driiikluu'. Vv'wv per r)-uiil. Container charged for extra until returned. til' IJO !] \('r\l)0(lv '". $L25 OFFICE PHONE 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 525 upon 10S''s UH icir. ij \ I MONDAVS GRAIN PRICES , Wliriil I.Mnv ............ I.lill.v............ 'iO(ii)li�T.......... i OATS I July . \ BAHl.KV i Mii> ............ FLAN Aliiv ............ Julv............ WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheiii- Xii. 1 Xoi-ilicru ..... ' N(i. :; Nuriheru ..... i Xii. m Norllu'rii ..... -I Xoiilieni ..... No. ."> Xorthcni .... ' OATS- i xo. (', w......... xo.:; r. w......... : Kxira Xo. 1 Ftvtl . . ' Xo. 1 I'ci^il ........ : HAULKY  Xii. ............. : Xo. 4............ l-LAX- : .\(). 1 X. \v. (..... l.T.a^ I'134 til's : �'4 : Seasonable Necessities for Farmers Mickelson's Kill 'Kui Quick (i(, 75c. and �1 V. \v. CHICAGO-WHEAT ......... 1IKS�, ......... 1117'-^ MINNEAPOLIS ......... W.i^i .......... lii'.ii.. 1:0:1 >4 liHi^Si 1 i 1 ���s lioldnan's INuson (irain lVjc. .-)0c. and $1.(M) (iopliercide. (>()c. GET OUR PRICES ON STRYCHNINE AND FORMALDEHYDE The Red Cross Drag & Book Co., Limited \{^^ Home Guard =^ [ Regimental Orders Drill will W hi'lil on .Monday i>voii- i iiij: at .s o'clock lucatlicr pcrtiiiliini; 1. , .Ml nicnilicr-i and lluisc wisliliit; to! join aro iiMiucstcd to turn out. ' 1 ir tlic weather Is nnl'avoralilo llic ' : iiicnihcr.s ol" ilic iionne(l ; !oili germs of decay.' \'ery pleasantly flavtn--eil. .An extra h'rge can for 2.'ic. Sold only by J. D. Higinbotham & Co. -' Limited �" The *S&wM Prairie Fire .\ pvairii' [ire of some dimem.iinis broke out Ihi.s inorninB in the Crysial Lake school district nortlioast of the city. Some alfalfa stacks wi.'re burned but the lire was cheil.ed before making nuicli headway. Ferry at Mine 1 I'oinmissioner CIrace has had n fe-iy � iii.aalled at the Orace mine and it is now in operation. The boat was giv-I en lis tt.'st yesterday and crossed the ! river in three minutes. The ferry is :!8 feet by 14 f(>el and will aci'oniino-; date two tcaius with their loails. ' Stirling Pioneer Dead i i-lriiest Sliefier. one ol the oldest i residents of Stirling, died on Satur-Iday, tlie l.Slh. He was sixty years of iage and a prominent ineinber of the I Latter Day Saints' cluircli. The re-, lualiis wer.e si'iit south lo Stirling this linovniiig where Interment will take place. Deceased was (lie fatiier of six boys, one. .-Mfred, being a member of the li:!th Kilties. Everybody Delighted With MODEL BAKERY BREAD c.^ li'ood-aiiil Hill I'il ions Is siilislyiiig XcW ClISl OHHM'S ;I I'C llcillU,' .'ulllcd |0 OIIT lisi (hilly.   � If yon do not c;ii ."Model JJakei'y Breawortli l.ea.mie, address-and will lie glad Lo h(>ar from sucli in i liy llev. C. U. .McKiniKin. 'I'uesday at the congregation. Saturday afternoon i7.:iii. Queens of Avelon. Wednesday i from I! to IJ, the Senior .Mission Hand 'evening prayer service, Thursday afternoon at o'clock, regular nieel-iii the ' Rin'j>inann's Hail Tuesday, Mar. 21st COMMENCING AT 8 O'CLOCK Admission 25 50c Only One "BROMO QUININE" To get the geniii'i", {ov full uaiiu 1..\XAT1V10 HltO.MO QlMNI.Nf^. Look for signaluie of I'). W. OltOVi';. I'uri's a cold in (.Hie Day. li'ii:. The Gopher Season Is Here ! THIS IS THE TIME TO GET THEM TOO, OUR STOCK OF GOPHER POISONS IS COMPLETE Strychnine Mickelson's Kill 'Hni Qni]vonaong and third address on I'rayer in the church at S p.m.. Teachers' Ty.lning ("lass at the close of the service, Thursday at ;i p.m.. Women's Auxiliary. Thursday at S p.m., meelUig of the vestry In the |)ari3h room. I'"ri-day at H p.m., ciiolr uracHce. Salnrduy at :J.:!0, Junior W. A. In the parish room. j At St, Andrew's i Tonight the Senior Christian I'^ti- | deavor. Wednesday night, the Adult Bible class. Wednesday at p.tii,, .Inuior MisHlon Hand ar tlie home of �Mrs. Forbes, L'-IO L'llli .Street iiortli. Thursday afternoon, from \i lo i;, lied Cross MHwIng at the home � of .Mrs. Albert Watson, 5117 Kith Street north, Tliuraday at 8 p,ni, choir practice, l'~rlday at 7,30, Intermediate Christian Undeuvor. Friday nt 8 i).m, meet Ing of the HoHsion end .M'unugerH at llio manae, I At Wesley Toulglil the lipwortli League; Mrs, C. R, Daniel will sivo an uddress on "Present Day Egyi)t," Vocal buIo by MiSH Feimev anil Instrumental number by MlsB Cobblflcllclc. .-Mi invitntian is oxtondod lo all Interested, Wednesday lit a |i,m,, tile weekly service will be coiidlieted by the puKlor. Tues- are holding a missionary tea in the biiseiiieiil of the church. Uegtilar chnrcli ! communion services the first Sabbath in April. Those intending (o unite with the chnrcli should coniliiuiilcate Willi the minister as soon as possllile. Banquet Postponed Owing to Hie fact Taylor Station, the bovs' worker will not he in the city tin .Monday, the bantjuet to lia\-c been given lilni tomorrow niglU been iiost potted until Hie 27th, has Peculiar Mirage .1. B. Allen, who lives south of the city, tells of a remarkable mirage whkdi was visible ,to the residents of Ills neigliborhood one doy last week. Tile mirage was of the Kipp Collieries, whicii appeared as if only lbree-i|uart-ers of a mile away. Several of the residents of the district noticed It, Mirages such as this are often noticeable on the i.niiries, the peculiar alnios-liliorlc conditions at the tliuu being responsible. ' ROYAt: YEAST CAKES MOST PERFECT MADE. Often Imltatod but navar aquallod. Do not oxp^rlmont-thera \t no othor "Just i Cood." 13 ;