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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH , CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Be^t $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta Pride of Alberta Always at Your Call, The Taylor Made This Week-end Some Extra Specials mi Fruit, Watermelons, Oranges, Strawberries WE MADE TWO EXCEPTIONALUY GOQD BUYS. ONE WAS A LARGE QUANTITY OF WATERMELONS THAT WE GOT AT LESS THAN IT COST TO BRING THEM HLRE, AND THE OTHER WAS ON ORANGES. WE ALSO HAD A WIRE THIS MOHNING FROM OUR STRAWBERRY SHIPPER IN IDAHO SAYING THAT THE FIRST SHIPMENT WOULD ARRIVf HERE TOMORROW MORNING. THESE WE KNOW TO BE EXCEPTIONALLY FINE BERRIES. AS WE HANDLED THEM LAST YEAR. OUR B. C. SHIPPERS ALSO ARE MAKING DAILY SHIPMENTS. ORDER NOW THE SEASON WILL SOON EE OVER. Mother's FavojHte PA RIS GREEN PUT UP IN ONE POUND AND HALF POUND PACKAGES (iOo per pound THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. :: WATERMELONS, Uicli. ivii ripi'. voiy fine i'nr inniiiHiiiiic w^r. win-ui-iui j-v, i^^. 90c ' ORANGES, iui r\ri'i>tliMi;il l>iir.m>iii llu' \v;i.v oningi'.'^ nrc losiiiiK now. scUi roKUliirl\ now at ',i.'>o. \vci'U-''iul. J ilozou lor ........ 45c STRAWBERRIES, 0. f.-y or liliilio.s. IMiit.s. J Ijiijikeis for ............................ 25c r..r criuo .............................. $2.90 Wc siso expect seme of the large baskets. Tlii\'=t' if tlii'.v nrrivi- will lio worth. . biiskols 35c BING CHERRIES, wook end. i; lbs. for ..... 35c I'cr 2ii lb, crisi- ........................._S2.90 GOOSEBERRIES, in lb. .si|u;iro Imski-ts, wci'lconi!. b.-i.-^k.'t .................... 50c CALIFORNIA PLUMS, \urso ri'iL vory fiuo. liciivy bii.-iUiHS. eilc'h .................... 60c CALIFORNIA PEACHES. Wfok I'nil. por iKi.-k 60c FRESH RHUBARB, local or li. (\ ^rown, 6 U)s. ...................... 60c VEAL LOAF & MINCED HAM,, per lb.....25c PICNIC HAMS, whole hunt, per 111.......... 23c PEAMEALED ROLLS, sliced, per Ih....... 25c PEAMEALED BACK BACON, sliced, per 11). 30c In the Piece, per Ih...................... ?3c FRESH DAIRY BUTTER, per lb........... 25c FRESH EGGS, per dozen ................. 30c LEMONADE POWDER, Kkovah, liur.e tins. eaeh ..................................... 20c t^iiuill tins, each .......................... 15c CANNED MILK, Ciuiiida Kirsl, Family size tins, each .............................. 10c ROBIN HOOD OATS, vovmd eavtoiis, per canon .................................. 20c SIAM RICE, host (puiHty, IV.. lbs. tor ...... 25c PRUNES, sl:'.e lln-TOs, 111 lb. boxes, each ... $1.15 OFFICE PHONE 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH.CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 52 5 The Popularity "Our Best Flour Enjoys i.s (lu(^ only io Ihc hi oh staiuh\r(l of qiinlily iiiaiiiliiiiictl find ihc in()(h>r;itc prici^ ;it Avhirh il is sdhl. iSc'c ytuii'iiToccM'aluMit i( n-'s Lumby. self- i--- The hon. treas,, R. .). R. Paierson 1 "'J''*-"'' ''"-Ver of liorsea for the liritisli | GERMAN HEIR PRESUMPTIVE No. 1 Norilieiii No. 2 Northern .,. Xo, :'. Xortherr. .. Oats-No. 2 C. W....... No. :; 0. W....... Extra No. 1 Feed Barley- Xo, 3........... No. 4.......... Flax-No. 1 N. ^\'..... Xo, 2 C. W........ ,Iuly .. .. September IJocember . CHICAGO iit.'.-h MINNEAPOLIS .Inly.............. Iii7>4 September......... liiS^4 December.......... lii'i^s 112 lUi'i lOTli t;m i;si. 1. iljS-^4 liiT^i 1011^4 io;i"4 LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN' PRICES TRACK PRICES: Wheat ,,. �........ Oats ........... Flax.............. Wagon brick.s- j Wheat............ Oats ............ Flax............. 0 DO you BUOII COM? The Grace Coal Mine is now prepared to take care of all orders. PHONE 1250 The quality is the best. Delivered, $4.50 ton At mine .. 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS ST :'.'j \'> !)2 LlEUT,-COL. V/. R. SMYTH. M.P. FOR ALGOMA Commissioiietf to raise tin.' new 23,^th Forestry Battalion. He has an entirely new problem to face in re-cruiiin.s;, lie wants buslimeii. lumber-mill workers, luggers, tr-amstevs. and young fanners, to join this noncoin-hatani unit and his recruiting area is fnnu Ontario's east boundary to the Pacific. Tiie physical standard is eased and the age limit extended to -IS years. Col. Smyth is touring the western provinces establishing recruit-ins; depots. Up-e.spects a record in recruiting and plans to go overseas in September. With a purchase of any article from our stock (excepting magazines, etc.), amounting to 25 cents or more. These fans are both pretty and durable and you will find them a comfort for the hot weather. DO NOT FORGET THE DAYS If you cannot come then phone or mail your order an,-) you will receive a fan free with the goods. : Tke Red Cross Drag & Book Co.) Limited PHONE 555. overumout and vwider arrest fur is-1 Berlin, via London, ,Tuly 'l.-Ac. cording to a traditional custom of thf> llolien;;olleni linu.-ie, Prince ^\'illlanl eldest son of Crown Prince Frederick ackuowletiges the receiiit of ?.".0,- -Clioice killing ewes, sheared, 7. Select liogs, 150-200 JIjs, S. Tlie following is the division made of the ittetnbers of the Khaki league into committees for tiie purpose of taking turns in meeting returned soldiers at the traii\s; W. S. Ball. Mrs. Colpman. R. Barrowmaii, A. .1. Blackbiirne, Hugh Boyd. R. T. Brymner, Mrs. Kellogg. Ale.x .lolinston. .\lr.s. Robinson. Rev. W. .Mc-Nicliol. ('ommissioner Freeman, -Mr.-, Mr-KiUop, W. A, Buchanan, A. 11. Mc-Keown. .Mrs. Rurnett. F. W. IJowner, .Mrs, Simpson, C, F, P, Conylieare, A. .M. Grace, Rev. C'oh-bledick". K K, IXTiidsoi). .Mrs, HiTcliie. SV.l). L, Bardie, R. A. Smith, .M. Voui.g, For the Red Cross Tlie lion, treasurer, A. ,1, Blai-kbiirn acknowledges the receipt of $12..'in from the .Maclean school district per -Miss Cray; Slpu from the teachers' association and ?.").4.'> from the letter carriers. n'dod (!()(hcs-iilMc cosl. 1. O. O. F. Meeting Tiie officers of Lellibridge Fncanij)-ment .\o, 7,. I.fXO.F.. will be installed at the regular meeting toniglit in tlie Oddfellows hail. All members requested to lie present. Visiting moiu'nera cordially invited. There is n chance lo hiiy roai if iiol the hcsl ihal's math'-al A HhipiiieiU ol" Ihe famous WearbeUer l>oys' clothinj'' just in. !']\crylxKly liuow.s I'.ie way tlie.se suits are made, ('oiue and j;vt miQ. a iii:lt fkkk \viTii i:m:i:v suit. We Iiave tlieiii lioin $;J.5)5 a�ul up, i>oy,s" sti-a>v hats. res. ""�. l-ail.....60c Ih. pail 90c ROLLED OATS, S lb. sack ......... GRAPENUTS, [ler imokago ....... CREAM OF WHEAT, per package ....... STANDARD FINE OAT- jir' MEAL, 10 lb. suck ... ^�/,. tin ____ 15c 20c SWISS DEBT INCREASES Derne, Switzerland, via Paris, July G.-Tlio new Swiss war loan of ?20(i,-000,000 at 4 per cunt.. Issued at 1I7, Ima been over.vubacrlbed by $100,000,-000, Since the beginning of the war the SwIbb national tiebt has risen from an ttverttge of 28 francs per capita lo j 160 trtutcii vior cupitu. 15c 25^2^ 25c MAGIC BAKING POWDER, oz. llii ---- CURRANTS, 1(1 oz. (lackage ...... RAISINS, 12 o/.. package ...... SHERRIFF'S JELLY POWDERS, -.i for . . . PURE HONEY, in ."i II). palls, per pail PURE JAMS, all flavors -1 lb. puils, per pall PICKLES, IS OA. boltle.s. in Sweetr ('lu)w Chow and 'JC _ Sour iMlxod, per bottle ZidC B, C, SUGAR, 10 lb. HB-'k ____ B. C. SUGAR, 20 lb. suck ____ 75c $1.95 Ffcsh-iii every iiioniinji,' direct t'roni one of Ihe hest; u'rowers in ihe ('r(>sl()ii dislriet Per Case - Two Boxes - 2.7S . 2Sc Western Mercantile Co. FHONJ] 1724 87 ;