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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta .DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL CCVFORTABLt LETHBRIDGE HERALD HOTRL WINDSOR tletl llolclli.AIWlu The {-'toners that ttloom in the Spring arc Out- classed by Ih? that Hloom all the year round Pride of A Iberta and Mother's Favorite m Taylor-Made Pure Food .Groceries U l f lit J I get li golrtg up In 'price H u gtl "so -you buy yuur dtjrr Ihjri joJ At prt Ihil >ou buy yjyr NEW LAID EGGS. FRCSH ClltAMCHY CUTTEH, FINE CHEESE. FI1ESH C UC U M 01 PIS. FRESH LCTTUCE. BANANAS FOR THE WEEK ENO. ALSO VERY SPECIAL ON CHANGES AND CFIANOEHHIES FOR IODAV. TEMPOHAKV LOCATION, NEXT DOOR TO THE HUDSON'S DAY CO. Saturday, is the Last Day of Our Fire Salvage Sale IN THE DOMINION CLOCK. SIXTH STREET SOUTH. TiVt ajvjnligc c on a very liait irade. The ri-Vgosj were very narrow with October lliic-1 tuatins more than May. A spreading between the markets en-j courased by the changing levels htlp-j c'd trade'. In IhD cash .market the de-j raaEil for wheat was -Hir. with gOTernmenL.' Iniereals "ttKns grades straight autl off excerl number 1 ana Spreads -were im- cianged except number'I, which was Vtc hetier. Oats were unchanged et- cept Dumber 1 feed, irhich was "Vir Flax was steady, barley eas- futures Winnipeg May.......'.. 191 101 July...........; ISS >SS 151 355M 1, .May............ filit 03 ij Oct. 57if, May......... Easter Novelties You win be sonic nl Knscer specials. NoiV i? the lime to selcci them while ibt; slock Is complete. Deunisiur.s Kusler Easter Table Covers, full size 50c Easter Paper Napkins, pkg. 20c Easter Crepe Paper, fold... 35c Easier Hat Boxes for candy 15c Easter Seals, Cards, etc.... 15- Easter Post Cards, 2 for 5c Easter Booklets, 10: to 25e Easier Novell ies Small taster Chick, 3 for.. 5c Small Easter Rabbit, 3 fur. 5c Easter Chicks (larger) 5c to 15c Easier RabbEls (larger) 10c-35; Chocolate Eggs 10c 3 for 25 "Easter Chocolate Special For Saturday and Easter Werk Assorted Chocolates, regularly 60 c per pound, o Special, Ib. SEND us YOIJH'MAIL ORDER Tke Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited ,1 I'HONE ESS? C1TY ANJ) DLSTIilOT Coalhurat Theatre to Open JK'.i ibi-ijin1, which tins born LTO-.'tinl lit will bo oiiutiCil ivltli :i jmbllc ilunci.' on April 3rJ. I Grjsjy Lake Visitors II. J. lli'rllu au.l H. McCroatlp. j uvo of Grassy toko's prosperous formers aro lit the rlly toJay. 1 Annual SfirlnQ Clean-Up Tito hcaltd department Is i nntk'o toduy tltrouRh ilie columns of thr- HcraM ihnt Iho unnunl xprln; Is ftt hanJ. llougpholiler .iri? warupcl to m-old (lie dliplciisun of Iho heaUli officer by cleanini; up thoir prouilsea. I CanprCQitional Meeting A conpresr-ilonal meeting of Si.- Andrew's und Westminster will bo held at the cloie of Ihc evcnlug-ser- vice tomorrow to hoar ihc report of Ihe co-operation L-ommllteo. Rev. G. If. Cobblcdlck will represent the Methodist, church ami Rev. F. Hums the 1'rcsliyterlaii. Forestry Recruits Recruits for the Forestry bnttullun Imvo breii seturcil In Albeila during the past ivcek nt die rale of (hrco n those from Lctlibrldge an-l I the country are Frank O'Neill. 'of nayiiioud, ci-U. S. navy man; Samuel Capstick. Coallmrst; Fred Murrcll. F. Collins. U. JI. LcalcEs, J. H. Barren, all ol Leth- JUST ARRIVED COUNTRY NOT IN DEADLY PERIL London, March Hon. Hays Fi'srier, parliamentary secretary lo Hie local government boanl, in ati address tonignt. said it wan an to say tbal Ihc coun- try was in deadly peril at the present' roomont. "Wo national service Tor said Mr. Fisher. "We did not'Intend to aland more than' Track Prices three years of war. Gennany'A idea was lo Elarrc u.i out before we knotk her out. we want is toip.arlpy' Cash Prices t i Xo. 2 Nor..: I S3'. Xo. 3 Xo.-t .Xor...l73 5 Nor... 155 No. G Nor... 120 Feed......... NO. c. w. NO. n. w. eaal Extra No. 1 Feed ..'...........C2sj No. 1 Feed" No. 2 Feed Xo. 3 ......113 Xo. J.....100 Rejected and ...........S7 No, IN C..............1IJJI4 No. 2 C. BOIL THE At this Mason' of the year the clly doesn't look partic- ularly inviting for either drink- ing or bathing purposes. An attractive, .pleasant snd what is of moii Tmporlance a SAFE drinking water can b; easily made by adding a small quantity ot our special ALtJM lo each k-ttltfull of BOILED water and allowing it to cool. We have it put up in packets at' 10c and '25c 1 Seeding Will Be Late 0. T. Lathrop atntes lliat -is'ork on the lam) In the Grassy Lake district will start litllc lieloro April lath. There Is a lot or snow still on the ground through, that dlaUtct, anil everything loots bright except Tor ihc fact that seeding IJG late. Mr. Lnthrnp hr.s 1500 acres on his Grassy Late form ready for the drill. "AlbirVa'i Plsnae: LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices Drunguti.- JVonr The and rttill cKerr. TELEPHONE NO. 321 A. O. F. Social Court Star. A. O- P., v.'ill hold their regular monthly meeting In the OJd- fellosvs' hall on Monilay evening neit. April 2nd. After the meeting a social and -svhist drive late place, when the officers and menihers ot Court Unity, A. 0. F., arc Invited. It in hoped all members of- the two courts will make an effort to attend. Meeting will commence ul eiglit o'clock sharp. LATEST iMAKE YOUll SELECTION 10 Per Cent Allowed f or 'tSh HAYR HARDWARE CORRECT INDEED First Llie Lcsl thing to eipdrision? Sccoml ar knock Ihc encrar out Ihi? year, anil: Klas Wagon Prices Wheat Oals......lOit Ilarley S7 we are beginning to rlo it: FOR MOIST HOT AIR FURNACES SEE The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers. 3c, thoicc coa-3 714. Select-hugs, 130 to 200 Ilia.. Choice killing wethers, IOC, Choice killing ewes. Now Ktlison Store We can now fill your order for either an Kdi.pon Ambrnla. or Disc phonograph. As complete a slock of rec- ords as can be procured on hand at Assiiiiboiii Music Co., I.ld. i Everything Musical 315 St. S. Lelhhridae Some Contrast Wrillne to the Herald regarding the item Tvhlfb appeared sonic time ago icllicg oC Ihe farmer who took lo town two sacks of r.lieat and got a his load of coal in return, H. H. Stecklc. of Milk River, tells in con- itraat of the day in 1911 he took two sacks of wheat to an elcvalor anrl got a sack o[ branJ nnrt 15 cents for them. The wheat graded Xo. 3 at I Fort William, though he was only girea Xo. G for it. i Exciting Experience The little son ot Mrs. Coolln, Gin [St. S., vrill lie about becoming intimate with barbell wire fences In future. Yesterday afternoon Mrs. Cool- in misserl him anil couldn't locate dim high nor low. Shu notified the city police who locMcrl him shortly artcr- huns ujt oil a barhcrl wire fence, and junable lo (me hlrnaclf. He came out of the escapade none Ihc except' for (he scare lhat he couldn't get loose and mlgKt mtES his 8Hppbr. Amateur Play at Coaldale Coaldale district hcllevcs hi ilis- Irlct organizations for the .social life nf the community, and tlic new con snllrtatcd school Is the community ccnlrc. The Coaldale Dramntlr Soc- iety Is one of Ihn learllng social or- ganizations of (he anrt or Tucsrtay. April 3rd, will atagc- In the school aiulitoriiirn. Us sucoii'l annual prwluction, "Dnlly Travera' Inhcri- A nlny In four ncla wllh n cast 'of 11 characters. QiiHc a number of pcoiile lo