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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR a Day Hotel in Alberta j at Your An Unexpected Shipment of Extra Fine Bins Cherries Arrived Today L. Altec wnRF THAN WE CA THESE ARE EXCEPTONALLY FINE STOCK. Ee UNDER ORDINARY CONDITIONS, AND AS THEY WERE ARE GOING -TO SELL THEM AT A VERY LOW FIGURE. B C STRAWBERRIES FOR PRESERVING WE HADA TELEGRAM FROM OF THE GROWERS SHIP TODAY. THIS WILL MEAN THAT THEYS MOULD ARRIVL Man STRAWBERRIES AND us FROM THE THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES PA R I S PUT UP IN ONE POUND AND HALF FOUND PACKAGES (ilk per pound THE KENNY ALLIN CO, Ltd NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. GRAIN! Unequalled facilities for secur- ing reliable information regard- ing Grain. Frequent quotations. All markets. You are invited to make free use of this service-. Ask for bids on your carlots of grain. Private wires" to New York, Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Baircl Botterell, Union Bank Building, Phone 1599. E.-L. WYNN, Mgr. ACREAGE DECREASE That the city has a poor chance lo get at the guarantors of the Y.M.C.A. mortgage lo the city dawned on the city oificials and sinking fund trus- tees when a copy of the latest ".Mon- etary Time" waSxJirought in to .May- or ilardie by Hugh MacUeth. chair- man of the sicking fund committee In the Monetary Times is a paragraph calling attention to legislation passed at the last session of the Alberta; legislature lo the effect that in the j case' of covenantors or guarantors i of a mortgage as in the ji clnirch. etc., the mortgagor in j ins action, must first exhaust the of securing 'the amount I of the morlKise from the sale ot the land or buildings before bringing ac- tion against the guarantors. .The result, in the case of the 1. M. C that the city must tirsi en- deavor to secure the owing. Edmonton. July crop hulle- j by llie of tin- laud and buildings tin prepared by the department of as- j before suing the 22 guarantors. decided some tim Hay and Grain! N WE ARE NOW LOCATED IN THE METALS, LIMITED BUILDING, 1221 2ND AVENUE SOUTH, PHONE 732, and we are prepared to fill your requirements of hay and gram. either wholesale or retail. A trial order will satisfy you. as to quality, price and service. We have some good TIMOTHY SEED at -If) per Ib Storage space for rent. House- hold goods a specialty. The Saiinders Hay Grain Co. __________ This rictilture shows a slight decrease in a: acreage as compared with last year, i equal to about 6 per cent., the figures l fund trustees that i i hem- nearly three million and a half should first be taken against acres against 3.6KS.OOO for 1915. 'the guarantors and the city solicitor The smallness of the decrease is a was j surprise to the department us it was j-et hfieh (lecidea. I expected thai there would be at least! 20 per cent less acreage uncier culii- i livatlon. so little fall plowing having i I'beea. done owing to the extended threshing season. Notwithstanding th? j lateness of seeding the crop is nmk-; Inp fine progress on account of the warm weather and Hie genial ami timely rains. Dainty Salad Dressings Tlie smoothness and flavor of your salad dressings depend up- on the purity and blanduess of the oil you use. Our Special Olive Oil is delicious for salads and is tin excellent cooking oil. Its flavor is rich snii niiity. It is an American product, which is ilie fxiual of any imported oil. Try this on your favorite salad. PRICE PER BOTTLE 25c, 50c Tke Red Cross Drag Bcok Co., Limited WEATUER Leihliridge, clear...... 70 40 Kamlooiis.............4 Nelson............. 7S 44 Edmonton, clear...... 4" .-4 j Swift Current, clear "io 40, Suskaioon. clear lilt 00 Ked Calgary, clear 72 Medicine Hat. clear 74 j .Macleod. clear 70 l Moose clear 71 i Prince Albert, fair Winnipeg, clear....... I Port Arthur, clear...... 70 1 The weather over the prairie prov- inces has been mostly clear and warm. FORECAST Manitoba: Fair and warm today land oil Thursday. Sask. and Alberta: Fair and warm tuilav and on Thursday. W The Popularity "Our Best" Flour Enjoys is due milv to llic hijrli standard of quality in.'iinliiiiicd mid llic moderate price al which it is solil. See your li'roccr ahoiit il now. Ellison Milling and Elevator Co., Limited IT, 40 84 41) 4S 64 5lj 84 6S ICITY AND DISTRICT New Bailiff I J Evenson of Comrey haw been appointed bailiff in the judicial dis- trict of .Medicine Hat. Board of Trade Luncheon j The regular meeting and luncheon j 'of the Board of Trade will be held Thursday at 12.30 in the Hudson Bay tea rooms. Ice Cream Sodas Sundaes Unless all signs fail we'll have a hot summer. Remember that our fountain is the coolest spot in town for solid or liquid refrigeration. We serve you with the purest, smoothest, and rich- est of Ice cream, also delicious tasty Sodas and Sundaes. Everything clean and and with us. Jackson Co. .Dispensing Chemists. ,Jt.: Lethbridgc, Alberta. Enforcing Liquor Act J. Meiklejohn. formerly license in- spector at Medicine Hat and later at Calgary, is in the city in connection the enforcement ot the liquor act. ;i WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Open "Close July 118 H2W Dec. 10BT4 '.'I 44ii 44 41 Flax- July 159 159% Oct. Winnipeg Cash Prices Xo. I Northern Xo. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern No. 4 Northern Oats- No. 2 C: W..... No. 3 C. Commerce, July- L. Cannon of the Chinook .Coal .Co.'s office staff I spent, a few days.In Great Falls re-j i cently. Miss.K. Forbes who had charge of the school here during the last term, left foe Banff .Monday. .1. Loiton. visited Fernie during tlw .holidays.... Mr. and .Mrs. J. Ferguson of Coal- hurst spent Dominion day here, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Beveridge. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips are in Calgary attending the industrial ex- hibition. A large crowd from here attended the stampede in Lethhridge on the j 1st. A goodly crowd also took in the excursion to Coleman and Crow's N'est. The treasurer of "the dramatic club At tlie meeting of the Lethhridge Khaki-League held in Mayor Bardie's office last night, various changes in the committees of citizens who meet Xo. 4 returned soldiers and otherwise aid in looking after returned soldiers, were Xo. 1 N. W. C...... made.' Hugh Boyd was elected to fill No. '2 C. W. e reasurer o e i has received a large number of cards [from soldiers who are fighting in the trendies acknowledging receipt of the I packages of tobacco and cigarettes' I forwarded them through the Overseas AIIJ. 'Tobacco clnb. They all express sin- cere appreciation of the thoughtful- 72 ness of those who contributed towards 68 the fund. In a few days Commerce will lose Paris Green and Paris Pound Packages fiflc. Special prices in 25, 50 and 100 (Iruins Sprayers 75 cents. J. D. Higinbotham Co. Limited "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists." The Stare Wholesale and retail chemist! TELEPHONE NO. 322 U F. A- Picnic at Taber The T. F. A. locals of the Taber: district are holding a big rally in Ta- j her Thursday when they will be ad-! dressed by S. S. Dunham of Leth-1 bridge, vice-president of the U. F. A. For Red Cross i The splendid sum of was cleared by the Red Cross at tlie Stam- pede last week by selling ice cream, soft drinks, candy, peanuts, etc. The society wish to express their thanks to til those who helped. Wins Machine Case U FRi. SAT M- Spoilers SELIG'S MASTERPIECE From 'Rex .Beach's, NINE REELS-Featurlng William FarlTum, Powerful and Picturesque-A Virile Masterpiece. Fresh froillya fortnight run on Broadway. New York City, and a if weeks9 engagement at the StudcbaUer in Chicago THE MOST WONDERFUL STORY EVER FILMED______ Official Auditor H. E. Elves of Lomond has been gazetted an official auditor. vvnia Commissioners Judgment has been entered in Su-1 H ,d Haignt of Lethbridge, 0. F. -erne Court In the case of I. H. C, vs k o[ Owen .-I riarOiti rim g HI- preme Court In the case ot i. n. U ot Luudbreck and _ Torgason. a case which was heard of are gazetted corn- here last month by Mr. Justice Ives. t for taking.afndxvits. case over the payment of some ma-I missions t, chinery. Judgment was signed for Notaries Public W. A. Beebe of Blairmore and 11. E. Elves of Lomond have beon gazetted notaries public. the viaintifi for and costs of IS117.40. Increase in" Post .Office Receipts Post office receipts .here for the i month of June show a big increase iover the receipts for the same month jot last year. The total receipts for the month just past were_S47.532.5S as Jm. Weir, one of the vice-presidents of the V. F. A., addressed a meeting of farmers in the Milk River district on July 1st. Struck off Register The Bentlcy C'o. Ltd. and the Leth- bridge Creamery Co. Ltd. are among Stock Inspector C. B. Perkins has been appointed stock inspector at. Wrentham. cornm'red" wHh'Ml 67327 last-' June. the companies struck off the register sales tomlled the j in the latest edition ot the Alberta past month as compared with j Gazette. last June. The money orders issued totalled as against 41 last year, the money orders paid totalling" ?1S.043.40 as against 314.22 last June. Chicago Wheat no Minneapolis Wheat 108% 1101.4 110% the vacancy made by the enlistment; of Lieut. H. J. Goode; Ales Johnston July place of F. M. P.ichea. en-; Sept. listed; Rev_ W. MeNichoi replaces Dec. Ker A. C. Bryan; Commissioner Free-; man replaces Arthur Keid; Rev. G. II. July Cobtdedick replaces Chief Skelton. en-1 Sept. listed, and R. R. Davidson replaces L. .Dec. 31. Joiinstone. enlisted. j The League is very anxicus lo have; representation on the provincial coin-1 mittee. and a letter will be sent by i LOCAU the president aiid secretary to the! Cfutral committee asking that, this be 1vll done. The local league will also urge j the early estahlishmeiit of a casualty unit here, as intimated some time ago.! The new list of the members divld-! Wncat ed into committees follows; W. S. Ball, Mrs. Colpmau, B. Bar-luals rouman. A. J. Blackburne. Hugh Boyd. R T. Brymner. .Mrs. Kellogg. Alex Johnston. Mrs. Robinson. Rev. W. Mc- 15911; 156V; two of its most estimable citizens when Mr. and Mrs. .1. llnffit will de- part from here. Jlr. .Muffit has been New School District j'he following lands have been erected into a school district to he known as Plain Butte S. D. No. 33G2 with W. H. Mcllroy as senior trustee: Sections 22, 23. 24. 25. 26, 27, 34. 35, and 36 in township 10 range 22; sec- tions 19, 20, 29, 30. 31 and 32 in town For Patriotic Fund The Hon. Treas. R. J. Ritchie Pater- son acknowledges the receipt of the or following contributions from the Stan of stables, streets, and health MARKETS GRAIN PRICES 35% 143 Vi M Grace, ftev. Cobbledick, R. R Ritchie. W. D. L. Har- die, R. A. Smith, M. Young. _ _ Macleod J. P. n hogs, loQ-200 tbs. Founder of Redcliff K. Stoncr of Redcliff. Alia.. MaClCOd J. r. niwnwi J'V. Harrison of Jlacleod is now a j was in tho cit> today. Dr. Stoner was Justice of the peace. Hie founder of Iledcliff which In busier ._________ days grew to be an Industrial town of Game Guardians It. Dulil. of lilairmore and A. P. Veale of Warner aru now game guard- fens. considerable proportions. The doctor states that business at Uedciiff is fast improving and he looks for great ac- tivity generally after the war. 103% i accountant in tho coal company's of- 105% Hce for over three years. On Friday evening iast the oilicials of the comp'any and a large number of I its employees waited on Mr. MufFit and presented him with a handsome! watch. Supt. 'A. 11. Reid made the presentation address in which he ex-1 tolled the many good of Mr.; Mnint. laying particular stress on ills efficiency as an office man: -Mr. .Mullit was completely surprised and in 1 thanking I'le donors expressed his re- srets at having to sever his rela- tions with those who were his assoc- iates during tho past Hirer, and a half years. .Mr. and .Mrs. .Muffit will visit several well known slimmer resorts jhefore settling down. It. is needless to say that they will be missed great- ly here for they always took a keen interest in anything that tended to the uplift of the community. New Manager X. T. McLeod has hcen appointed local manager for the Smith-Murphy Grain Co. W. K. Porter, who was formerly in charge here, is still with the company and in all probability will go into tlie Winnipeg office. A Daughter at Bow Island Jas. Flaherty, father of Mrs. .1. Sulli- van of How Island, died al. Peterborn. He was one of residents of 10 range .Meridian. 21 west of the Fourth 51.20; S1.2S Tells of Local Officer's Death Writing from the front, Lieut.-Col. Griesbach, of the 49th Edmonton regi- ment, tells of the gallant attacks made by Hint regiment, and also tells of the death ot Lieut. Cascadeu. son of Thos. Cascadeu, Lethbrldge. who nds in the trenches after the heavy attack. partments of the City of l.ethlmdge for tlie last two weeks of May and W. II. Mor- Stonely. first two weeks of June. riB, Jim Payne, %'i: FURNACES Sheet Metal Work It IfBll. 51-25: w- Tiistaln, .1. Holmes, J1.25: A. Arnold, SI "0- R. Scott, S1.45: W. Uogue ?1: John'Payne. 51.10; A. Forbes, SI: C. Doe M-" B. Tomkhis, (i5c: 11. Lynds ifiOc-' G Bnrnliam. COc: A. Tarlton. Uu's- G Shirley Geo. R. Dixoii Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK The Dangliters and Maids of England 'ARE HOLDING A WHIST DRIVE IN THE S. 0. E. HALL Proceeds to start work for the Bazaar for the Patriotic Fund Admission iWv Kmily township, having been there 80 years ago. born YOU SORN COAL? The Grace Coal Mine Is now prepared to care of all orders. PHONE 12SO The qualityils the belt. Delivered, Ion At mine r- 3.25 tou IN TWO TON LOADS Despondency and the usu- ally the result of constipation, quicklv i succunib to Kexall Orderlies, Sold 011- by Stores, lac and hox- e's. J. lliginbollinm Co., Limlled. ANNOUNCEMENT niilllic auction mart under the, name ot the Sterling Auction Rooms, has been opened at 430 Fifth Street South In the K. P. Block. We propose to hold regular weekly sales of furniture, crockery, sloves, household goods and general merchan- Our aim will be to establish a thor oughly up-to-date auction mart, where thn public generally may dispose of anv article whatever, by auction, to the highest bidder, on payment of a small commission fee. and by this method, guaranteeing the seller, who desires an immediate sale the great- est possible amount of ciinh for his arc prepared lo furnish I'Xcol- lout references and we respectfully so- lid, a share of your business. THE STERLING AUCTION Boulfoh's Auto Livery Closed Car, Hospital and Train Calls a i Specialty. Rate to any part of City: I 50c ;