Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta The Kiddies Know-Ask Them '61- tttA TYVJ 'fte Si 2e -Ktao AJ4 2 0 THIS LETTER IS ONE OF THE ENTRIES IN THE HERALD'S "ADVERTISE AND SMILE" COMPETITION. Preserve Raspberries and Blueberries now. Season will be soon over WE ARE GETTING DAILY SHIPMENTS OF RASPBERRIES FROM BRITISH COLUMBIA AND THE QUALITY IS EXCELLENT. Today's Price, per crate................ KENORA BLUEBERRIES-As the season is now at its height and the price is where we consider that It cannot get nny lower, without it would be for poor fruit, we are having one large shipment coming in about Thursday morning. Let us have your orders now. Price Per Basket, for this Lot, THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 525 WEATHER Railway Official Here 1. M. Coy, travelling passenger aaent of. the Nortliern Pacific Rail- wav. is in the city, from Spokane. Everyman's Library We now have a complete range in this splendid linne covering many of the standard works in Fiction, Biography. History, Poetry, Philosophy, etc. Cloth Binding, each 40c Leather Binding, each 2 for THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1487. Moose Meet Tonight Loyal Order of .Moose No. will liold their regular meeting at eight o'clock sharp in the Moose hall. A full attendance- is reiraested. Visit- ing brothers are welcome. Visitors Day at "Y" Camp Wednesday or" this .will be visitors' day at the Y.M.C.A. camp :lt Sentry. C- If a sufficient number tike 'in the trip arrangements will bo made with the C.P.H. to have the train stop at the camp. Fined for Trespassing Nine women and one man paitl dear- ly for the privilege of trespassing on tile C. P. R. right-of-way the other day. They were taken in tow by the C. P. R. constable and were each given a "safety first" lesson so V.) 7S R4 S2 S-l so has 53 50' 50 50 54 54 been mod- TERRIBLY FATAL. 61st Battery Doing Well ANNOUNCEMENTS The Hudson's Bay Company will offer undoubtedly the great- eat Silk Bargains ever put forth Friday add Saturday this week. SEE WINDOWS Chas. Raley, of the C. P. R. de- partment of natural 'resources here.j has just returned from a trip to Ot-j tawa. While in the east he. visited his son, Lieut. George Raley, of the 61st Battery at Petawawa, The boys of the Battery are feeling fine, look- ng brown as berries, and holding their own with the other units in camp. Petawawa camii, he says is a fine spot and well liked by the boys. Pte .Archer Out of Pie. J. W. Archer, of the Vikings, is out of the hospital today after un- dergoing successfully a serious oper- ation. He is gradually regaining his strength and hopes to be on duty soon again. He will spend some days with Mr. and Mrs. Burns at. their ranch at Nobleford., He wishes through the Ilersld to express his thanks for the many great care extended him by the staff of the Gait hospital during his stay there. EGGS ARE ON THERISE GET BUSY TODAY WITH HIGINfiOTHAM'S WATERGLASS i ib .25 5 ib One pound will make enough solution to preserve about twelve dozen. J. D. Higinbotham Co. "Alberta's Pioneer The Wholesale retail TELEPHONE NO. 322; New York, Aug. the 24 hours preceding o'clock this morning 44 children died infantile paralysis in ttie five boroughs of New York city, and 145 new cases were re- ported. Since the inception on June 26, of the epidemic there have been cases, of -which number proved fatal. MOVED To Larger Quarters in the AI- j- berta Loan Block BESIDE ORPHEUM THIS IS A CLEAN PLEASANT PLACE TO ENJOY A Cool Drink or Ice Cream The Empire Confectionery M. BEATON, Prop. At Crossfield Fair, 1916 Bread baked from OUE BEST FLOUR took first in open com- petition againt't all'Other brands. EXCEPTIONALLY good flour is the only.kind thlt produce records like this. Use 'OUR BEST next baking day Ellison Milling Elevator Co A NOVEL ATTRACTION IN AID OF RED CROSS Be Sure to Attend the 'Cake Walk' R.N.W.M.P. Grounds Lethbridge, August 10 COMMENCING AT EIGHT O'CLOCK DO YOUR BIT FOR THIS WORTHY CAUSE COMMAND DIVIDED. Berlin, Aug. command of the entire eastern front, according 10 the Lohal Anzuiger, now is divided between Field Marshal von Hlmlen- burg and Archduke Charles Francis of Austria, heir apparent to the Aus- trian throne. Field Marshal von Hin- denbnrg's front extends down to the sectors in which Gen. Count ..von Bothmer the latter being under the supreme command of the archduke.' Wheat Stocking acres of Wheit Stocking to let. 40 cents per acre. Fine cats every day. 0. T. LATHKOP GRASSY LAKE WHEKE TO GO F_OK Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE 762 ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE WILL OCCUPY THE OLD Bentiey Company Store AFTER AUGUST llth OJFFJ At our founlain where all llic delicious coo! drinks and ice cream confeclion.s are mndn. The Empire Confectionary M. BEATON, Proprietor. IN OlIR FIUJE NEW PARLORS BESIDE ORPHEUM THEATRE. FURNACES AND Sheet Metal Work Geo. R. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK at St. Patrick's Old Church Grounds Opposite C. P. R. Depot TONIGHT ICE CREAM. AFTERNOON TEA, CANDY, LEMONADE, ETC. EVERBODY WELCOME WOT ICE! ToMyj-Cmtomers and Friends rtnlie-thi.fi opportunity of thanking you for and kind assistance in-the past, 'which has helped to make my husiness a suc- ces. Owing ..to ill health I have to leave town for a while, and have therefore sold part, of my interests to Messrs. Little Cain, thereby rnaking.it into a company, namely Tickncr Co. Mr. Little will-he manager during iny ab- sence. We Avill be pleased to do all that is pos- sible for our customers, and can assure them that they will have the same attention that they have received in the past. Give'Tickner trial: No order too .large, none too small. Yours truly, KJ. TICKNER PUBLIC DANCING i Every Tiies. and Hal. in K. of P. Hall GENTS 60c, LADIES FREE DANCING 9 to 12. Have you smoked "Nobleman" cigars lately? Boulton's Auto Livery Clowcd Car. Hospital and Train Calls a Specially. Bate to any part of City: 1 Passenger...................... 50c 2 or 3.