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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta Pride of Alberta Always at Your Call, The Taylor Made. Mother s Favorite P A R GREEN PUT UP IN ONE POUND AND HALF POUND PACKAGES iier pound THE KENNY ALLIN CO, Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE US7. This Week-end Some Extra Specials oil Fruit, Watermelons, Oranges, Strawberries WE MADE TWO EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD BUYS, ONE WAS A LARGE QUANTITY OF WATER. MELONS THAT '.VE GOT AT LESS THAN IT COST TO BRING THEM HLRE, AND THE OTHER WAS ON ORANGES. WE ALSO HAD A WIRE TH IS MORNING FROM OUR STRAWBERRY SHIP- PER IN IDAHO SAYING THAT THE FIRST SHIP MENT WOULD ARRIVr HERE TOMORROW MORNING TH-SE WE KNOW TO 8E EXCEPTIONALLY FINE BERRIES, AS, WE HANDLED THEM LAST YEAR. OUR B. C. SHIPPERS ALSO ARE MAKING DAILY SHIPMENTS. ORDER NOW THE SEASON WILL SOON BE OVER. COOKED MEATS SLICED READY FOR USE, 90c I ROAST PORK, BOILED HAM CORNED BEEF, per 40c I OX TONGUE. nor 60c VEAL LOAF MINCED per Ib.....25c PICNIC HAMS, ham. PEAMEALED ROLLS, sliced, per Ib....... 25c PEAMEALED BACK per 111. 30c In the Piece, per Ib...................... 23c FRESH DAIRY BUTTER, per Ib........... 25c FRESH EGGS, uer dozen 3dc LEMONADE POWDER, Kkovah, tins, each 25c Small tins, eacli.......................... 15c CANNED MILK, Canada First. Family size L'U" ripe, very fine 45c of the large baskets, will Iw worth. baskets 35c WATERMELONS, liich. I'or iimueiliaK- use. wt'ck-finl ORANGES, an bargain tho oranges are ccsmis mm', sold resri: Ht ucrk-eiut. dozen for STRAWBERRIES. B. CYs or liiahos, i baskeis for 25c IVr era..' We also expect so it they avri' BiNE CHERRIES, n-tek end, I'or..... 35c IVr 20 Ib. cast ........................._S2.90 GOOSEBERRIES, in J II'. smiare baskeis. week-end, per basUet CALIFORNIA PLUMS, large red, very lino, heavy baskeis. each CALIFORNIA PEACHES, Keek end. uer basket 60c FRESH RHUBARB, local or 6 Ibs. for 25c rnts, IOc ROBIN HOOD OATS, round cartons, per canon 20c S1AM RICE, best quality, Ihs. for 25c PRUNES, site U> lo. boxes, vucn The Popularity "Our Best" Flour Enjoys is due only (o flic iiigli. standard of qualify maintained mid (ho moderate, price al which il is sold. See yon r "Tocor aliotti ii lllttl _ Co., Limited Good Contests At First Regatta In spite of rather heavy -winds which churned up the lake, the open- ing regatta of the Lethbridge Aquatic Club yesterday provided some fine amusement for the spectators. There j was a smaller crowd oil hand than the first weekly half holiday would indi- cate. Some unexpected spills helped to add mint vo the occasion, bm they all in the game. Jfauy of the j contestants showed a form that pro- mises a bright future for sports of This nature. Unfortunately ior the spectators some ot the more spectac- ular events had to be cancelled to the wind, the gunwale ride and the tail end race heing held over. The results of the various events Men's Horn 1st; E. But- ler 2nd. R. Sherlock passed the win- ning; post first but was for; fouling C. Butler. Men's by E. Butler' and Wade Rlripath; C. Butler and D. Marshall 2nd; R. Sherlock and X.' aiacleod 3rd. The Lilting contest brought out two contestants, R. Sherlock and R. Bar- rowman against E. and C. Butler. Each contestant was precipitated into the drink in turn, E. Butler. A. Rid- patli, W. Ridpath and E. I'nd. B. Sherlock, A. Cameron, X. Maeleod and E. Freeman. Mixed Mrs. (i. Dixon and 3. Horns; 2nd, Miss Xiniffions and R. Sherlock. The sailing race was a feature of the afternoon's sport and was run in the teeth of a southeast wind. There were seven entries R. V, Gibbous, R. Sherlock.; R., C. BlundeU, ,R- A. Smith, T. Ridpath, A. and R. Bar- rowirian. There was plenty of excite- naent over the course, but only B. A. Smith came to grief, wheu he tried 10 turn his boat into a submarine. The winners A. 6. Spence in the 'Afaple 2nd. T. C. Ridpath iu the and R. Barrowman third. The officials of the day were Messrs. Bowman, Home, Smith and Barrow- man. MARKETS WINNIPEG GRAIN PRICES July.............. 112ss in" October......... 10SU December.......... Oats- July............... 44 U -i-7: October............ -Hir'., -11 July...... October WINNIPEG CASH PRICES N'o. 1 Northern............ 112 Xo. 2 Xortoern............ Xo. :i Northern Xo. 2 C. W................. 44 Xo. c. w................. 43v Extra No. 1 Feed 4S Xo. 3. V2L Xo. 4.................... 'iSV XO. W............... Xo. S C. W............. CHICAGO July.............. JOSii 103U Kepteraber......... December.......... 109 MINNEAPOLIS LIEUT.-COL. W.-'R. SMYTH, M.P. FOR ACGOMA Conimissionecftp raise the new _3Sih Foresiry Baitalion. He nas an i entirely new problem to face in re- cnuting. tie wants buslvmcn. lumber- mill workers. loggers, teamsters, and i young ianuers, to join non-com- f batant unit and his recruitins area is from Ontario's east boundary to the j Pacific. The physical standard is eas- I ed and the age limit extended to 4.S years. Col. Smyth Is touring the wes- i tern provinces establishing vecruit- I ing depots. HP-expects a record in re- criming and plaus to go overseas in, September. PRETTY FOLDING ON FRI. SAT. With a purchase of any article from our stock mag- azines. amounting to1 25 cents or more. These fans are both pretty and durable and you: will line! them a comfort for the hot weather. DO NOT FORGET THE DAYS If you cannot come then phone or mail your order arid you will receive a fan, free with the goods. c- Tlie Red Cross Drug Beck Co., Limited PHONE 555. CITY AND Woolforti Visitor i Bishop J. M. Tanner of Woolford, is a visitor in tlie city today. Inspecting Coutts District j Inspector Clianey of the R.XAV.M.P. j is today at CoiiUs inspecting (he VA- trots in tluit district. i Generous Gift for Belgian Relief The Lethbrldgo Patriotic j and Relief Association lias contributed j to the Belgian Relief Fund through M. P, The- SELIG'S MASTERPIECE From Rex Bench's NINE William Farnum, Thrilling, Powcrfu! and Virile Masterpiece. Fresh from a' 1'onniglif run on Broadway, New York City, and a li! week.f record-liruuklug at the BiwleltfvkeiMn Chicago ADMISSIO'N, 25c. MOST WONDERFUL STORY FILMED j Staropede Donation The hon. Vreas., H. i. H. Paierson i 'acknowledges the receipt os i from the Stampede committee, per J. I A. Smith. I Leaves for East i A. J. Schliefer, manager of tlie I Royal Store, leaves tonight' on a (month's buying trip to Toronto, iloiit- sreal and New York. HAD A FIANCEE IN TOWN i Oakland. Cnl.. July Confessions lo a series of escapades that include j misrepresentations as to tile value of 1 Ills checks and tlio state of his affce- j tions wevo made in the county jail to- dav bv "Dr." Charles Lumby, self- j tyW buyer of horaea fur. the Bvtlisli j fio'vernme'nt and under arrest I'or is- 1 usin- fm-geil chP.el's. buniUy. who is also wanted in Vancouver, and in other northwest cities, became on- gaged n> a girl in each town, accord. ing to the story he is said to have told the sheriff's office here. The po- licc had been looking for him (or 1U months when complaints came in from Hay.varu. nearby, that he hail swindled merchants out of a largo sum on fiDlitious paper. At tlmt time lie belonged to escliislve society cir- cles. GERMAN HEIR PRESUMPTIVE Berlin; via London, July Ac- conlinp to a traditional custom of the Ilohenzolloru house, Prince William clilest son of Crown Prince Frederick William, and heir presumptive, was enrolled in the army today, Ills intli birthday. He was appointed a licu- tenant of the First Guard infantry, i For Patriotic Fund I The hon. R, J, Ritchie Paicr- son acknowledges the receipt of from the Federal Association of L-et- ter Carriers being incir contribution ftor ilie moiitli June. For the Red Cross I The hon. treasurer, A. Blackburn the receipt of j from the .Maclean school district, per i Miss Gray; from the teachers' September 105% 106% December.......... 109% DO YOU BURN GOAL? The Grace Coal Mine is BOW prepared lo take care of ali orders. PHONE 1250 The quality is the best. Delivered, ton At. mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN' PRICES TRACK PRICES; Wheat 07 Oats 35% Flax...................... 343% WAGON Wheat.................. Si1 Oats FJiix..................... its LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers. GV> to 7. Fat cows, to 6. Sheep Choice killing wethers, sheared. killing ewes, shear- ed, 7. Seiftct fcogs, Iba, S. The following is the division made i of the members of the Khaki league Iinto committees for the purpose taking turns in meeting returned sol- j diers at the trains: I S. Ball. irrs. Colpmnn. R. Bar- I rowmau, A. J. Blackhume, Hiigh Boyil. j. R. T. Brymner, Kellogs, Alex i.Johnston, Mrs. Robinson, Kev. W. Me- i Xichol. Commissiancr Free-man, JJrs. iKillop, A. Buchanan. A. H. Mc- Keown. Sirs. Burnett. P. W. Downer, Mrs. Simpson, C. F. P. Conyheare, A. M. Grace. Rev. Cob- hledick. R. R. Davidson, Mrs. Ritchie, W.D. L. Hardie, R. A. Smitli, II. Young. Use Rexall Orderlies for Chronic Constipation; they, are gentle in ac- tion, mild and natural. Sold only by Rcxail Drug Stores! 15c anil 25c. box- es. J. D. Ufgi-.bGttiam Co., Limited. PRAISE GRAND FLEET London. July secre- (ary of the admiralty has sent to Admiral Jellicoe a letter from the Lord ConioiisBioners the admiralty, congratulat- ing the officers and men of thi' grand fleet upon their conduct in the eiigagyment with the German liigh sea fleet on May 31 and .Tnnfi 1 off Jutland. -i- RUBBER STAMPS Made In Lcthbridge by tha Herald Job Department. Phono 1252. Paris Green and Paris Grrei.i Spraycra Pouiul es fiftc. Special prices in 2-5, 30 and 100 Ib. Hi, paUa Ik pail.....60c 5 ROLLED OATS, S S'ick GRAPENUTS, package CREAM OF WHEAT, PKV package......... wvv STANDARD FINE OAT- if MEAU, 10 Ib. sack tilt EGGO BAKING POW DER, BAKING POW- fflrt 16 oz. tin fcUC MAGIC BAKING POW- 'JA- DES, 12 Un CURRANTS, 1 fi w.. package RAISINS, 12 ox. SHERRIFF'S JELLY OC_ POWDERS, 3 for RE HONEY, in S dM Oft i. pails, per pail tpi.UU PURE HONEY, in o 111 PURE JAMS, ull flavors pa'ls, per l'ail PICKLES, IS 02. bottles. Sweet; Chow and Sour Mixed, per liottle B. C. SUGAR, 10 sack B. C. SUGAR. 20 sack