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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT HIGH CLASS HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta "Where are you Going my Pretty Maid Tm Going for Flour, Sir/' she said 'Then see that you get it Taylor Made" 'You Bet Your Life, Sir/' she said SELECT YOUR GARDEN SEEDS NOW Ami jict the kinds yy the militia dei)artment. I .\n interestin.u feutiiie of the report j is, there are f!i:!i; otllcers ai^l 12o..'i9:: ; men in trainini; in this cipiiutry. j The number of men in Canada is I less than half tlie total luunber of i men enlisted in llii- Doiiiiiiiun. which ! is 2ti:i.ni. The balance are overseas, /riie statemoiU from Ottawa is as Col-I lows: The Red Cross Drag & Book Co., Limited di� isioii division divi:iioii division division division .M. 11. No. Ill -M. 1). No. n .\l. U. No. i:i (irand total 1st :;nd :Jrd 4th .-ith Olh Other 1 OHicers lUinks Total ' . .">� 1 iii.4;iii U.d.M . iL'llli :::;.i-ii) :;4.i;!(! (lll.s n.siM 12.472 . ;'..S2 �I.'.ITO .'>.:�'i2 . 11-: 2.r,i! 2.1127 . w:, 1 l..")So 12,112.". . Mil L':;.i.'i.", 2:!.!i".i,; . :;S;i 111.:::-) id.'i;-; . I2T 1 i.'.Oii:i _^2.4:;r, . i:i:i.-i I2ii.;!!c: 12.-.,32S W ilea I - Open Close .Ma.. ........ . ... I'lS-'.. lii'.i .Inly ........ . ... IIIS^M lii!i' j O-t......... . ... ;i>l". 11141;; Oat.- - Mav........ . ... !2- , .Jiilv........ . ... i:; r; llarley-- May ........ 111! Klax - Mav........ . . 2".' 2i':l .Iiilv .. ..... - . . 2"".' J Winnipeg Wiieat- .No. 1 .Von hern ' .No. 2 .Vorlliern No. :; .Vorlherii .\"o. 1 .Noriliern .No. ". .Northern , No. i; .Nortl'.orii � :)ats- ^No. 2 C. \V. . .. 'No. :: C. \V..... iJ-.Mra -No. 1 Feed l.No. 1 l'>ed ____ i liariey- No. :; ... .>.. . ..No. 4 ......... ' K!a.>�-- � No. 1 .N. U". C. . Cash Prices No. 2 C ; Mav i.iiilv W. Chicago Wheat 1 II.n Vi 111.-.'.. Ill-;'-, li:ii :>i *.^;: �In'JB I"-',-, .''!i .-.1 !!c.i'^ I in;'.' MEET PRfllES MEMBERS FROM WES BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY TAXICAB SERVICE Rales to any part of city..... 1. Passenger ............. dOc 2 or :; Pa.ssengers .......$1.00 Our rates lor (onniry trips will interest you. K.\perienced drivers. PHONE 1201) :n. I Macleod Lawyer Here V. i Colin .Macleod. the well known criminal lawyer, ot Maideod. is in the city. Minneapoli: .May :.hily lii7-% Wheat I 11 nil'.. 1 111- YESTERDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES For Patriotic Fund | CAH.l.\ It Y-I logs S:i.7-". lo .^li.i.Hii; The lion, treas.. Robl. J. Uilcbie i steers -VI.7.'. lo .*7.il."j; cows If.ini to Paterson. acknowledges the receipt of |$i;.7.'.; heifers .^.^..-.n lo $7.i,iii. SHI.To from the .\le.\ander Oalt Chaii-i CM IC.KdO-1 logs ?7.."ii lo i:i.i;.'.; ler. 1.0.1).K.. being proceeds of the j|,i j;; so to $;i.i;.'.. lluih-on'.-; Hay tea room, on Kriihiy. I____---- .March mth. the Plies Cured in 0 �0 14 days DrugKisls refund money if PAZO OINTJIKNT fails to cure Itching. IJlind, Bleeding or I'lolruding Piles. First application givts relief. aOc. Asquitted of Perjury 111 iJistrict Court this moriiiiif; i.ic i ase of ltc.>; vs. Nidi llolowatcli. ' l)aiged with perjury, was heard and the accused was acqnitied. .Messrs. Smith and Oslund appeared for ihe defense. The cane arose out of the ]lolowal(;h-Afreuachuk jiolice conn case^ in police court, these being ihe result ot a neighborhood quarrel. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Ua:j;oii ptice.s- "Wish Clean White Teeth -live iioni taiiar and discolor-utioi!-and firm, rosy gums, we iielieve you can best insure I hem by using Aniiseplic Toolh PowdSr I The one most everybody prefers I. it coiituiiis no grit, yet easily remoies the tartar and particles of food that find lodgment between liie tenth, leaving Uiem clean and free from the germs of decay. \'ery pleasantly flavotv-ed. An extra lar.ge can for 2."ic. Sold only by J. D. Higiflbolham & Co. "- Limited � The "MS^ : Otla�;i, .March 21.-Sir Ceorgc (''os-i jter. minister . A. A. (lood $:;. I,. K. Plair .1, W. l.lnd .$.".. V. 10. I.ind W. Cliisliolni ?:;, Kred I.ind .Mi's. .1. .\1. Alkinson L. K. Siiapji ?:, K. 0. .Smith .$10. Oeu. i:urrow.-5 j."., C, Lewis F. II, Kllerl .?2.-., C. K. llollaniler $7., A. 1!. Stcckle sale of baskets $:;u, lleni-y R! lerl ?;;, Win. Kinder %:>, 11. Thomson O. 1{. Smilh ?1, A. flordon \V. .1. Quinii S2u, .Moellering $2. Teii-nanl and lJueklev .510u, .1. .1. Keenan T. .1. C.llhuly $10, P. lioylaii II. Teniiant f:. De Fonclnier $1, II. C. Teniiant ?!, Wing Chow See $2, H. Power $10, .1. 11. I'Jllei-t $;;, .lohn Burn-ham (.!. U, Sinllh $1, .las. Scolt Brown $1, K. .J. Welch a friend $211; total $477.. S. S. Dunham, vice-iiresideiil oi Ihe r. P. held a rousing meellng of farmurrf here Saturday night and gave un Inspiring addrea.i. Sheriff's Bailiff .1. Llewelyn, of Lethbridge. been a|ipoliited a sheriffs balliri. Coroner K. .N. Barker, of Carilsion. has apiioinled a coroner. Notaries Public } .M. .r. Hewitt, of Chinook, and K. \V. I Luckhiirdt of Tabei-. have been gazetted as notaries public. Must Stay Another Month Word has come from Superiiiten-denr Walker oC the Lethbridge divi:;-ion of the C. P. R. ibal he will not be home to go on duly on Aiirll 1st. , ;ts has been reported. His doctor has iKUised. The former amemiment grant-! j,,,,, ,, ,.e,,,i, j,, Tacoma another inontli. Not Rolling in Wealth It might be mcnlioned iti connec- i lion with the Gait Hospital financial } statement publLslied in the Herald i yestoiday tliul the surplus of $ti.(l01.4ii carried forward for Ihe year is made up of unpaid acoiints which are be-liuved to ho collectable. It is not to j be taken however, that the iiisiiiuliou i is rolling in wealth. Buy Government Cattle i The Experimental farm caltli' were j sold last week, one of the succeastnl 'bidders being Oelanys' Limiled. There j were also lenders from Vancouve,' I and .Moose Jaw firms. The prices of I fer(!d for the dllTerenl pens varied \ and as an iiidicalion of the valiu' o: I cuttle from the viewpoint of boih the iliroducer and the dealer is inleri'Sting. I 'I'lie oat. corn and alfalfa fed slnff ' I went lo Dolanys. Limited, the pt^n he-, iiig considered tli(i host of Ihe lot. ! ,ind bringing Ihe higlii'sl offer fro;n . Ihe unsucce;;)i.ifuf bldiliu's as well as the lop price for Ihe actual sale. V\ .L. ?�cKen//ic c^' Co PHONE 637 718 3rd Ave S. In Charge Tonight Rev. .Mr. Block and ,1. Laiiu. of Warner and ,1. S. Daniii of Hilmonton, will be in charge of the h'tftli Avenue .North Baptist church service lonight. PHONE 1313 PHONE 1313 GRAIN Smith, Murphy & Co. GROUND FLOOR SHERLOCK BUILDING, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA, HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG, MAN, Phone us for prii;os and sliipplng liistrucllons before you bill your oar,'we will give your oonHlgnnieiits of grain to us," our prompt allentioi). 'Tlio proo! ot tUo profits i.s in the leUirnB." W, K. PORTER, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, Captures Hun Helmet .\l h;asl one Lethbridge man has accounted for his German. Kvldeiice | of lhi:i is shown in tlu! windows of ] helmet Fred Thaoll today, in the sliaiie of a Oertnaii helmet, taken from the head of a Gerniuii soldier, afler a light with Will .\bbey. a Lethbridge man. who is wilh the iBt brigade In 1''rance. The is much war-worn, but is a good Huinplo ot what llio Ilua soldier haw to tote around hh ii head covering. II is of the blue-gray material UHud by Ihe Germans and has u eovBiing lo keep the brasHwork clear of wonlher. Wants Locations The "Board of Trade is beginning to receive ihe usual ^'priiig itroii of eiKiuiries as to locations for iu!w bus-inesHes. Kusine.ss visitors are impressed with the volume of busineHs being done in the city, and with a good crop in sight, it iK,(|uile likely that a niim-bor of new firms w|ll locate here dur- ing l/ie summer. A BUNCH Of THEM London. .March 2l.l.-7Firiy sailors were landed at an easP^coast port today, according lo thu I'enlral News .\geney, which says thA- are under-Htoud to bu from N'orweg4an and Danish steamers torpodoed jiff the eaHt coaal Sunday. ANNOUNCEMENJ i .VlrB. T. A. Underwood, who is sliorl ly leaving Lethbridge, lu lioldiiig m\ .Xuctlon Sale of her liousolioUl furni tuie and effects on WerJnes^uy, .Marcdi PLANT TREES AND MAKE A REAL HOME and LETHBRIDGE A GARDEN CITY THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE HARDY, HIGH CLASS TREES AND SHRUBS AT REASONABLE RAYES. EVERGREENS, RUSSIAN. POPLAR, COTTONWOODS, SHRUBS, CURRANTS AND APPLE AND CRAB TREES, A. MITCHELL NURSERY CO. COALDALE, ALBERTA. 81 ;