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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WINDSOR Best Day Hotel in Alberta at Your PARIS GREEN PUT UP IN ONE POUND AND HALF POUND PACKAGES 60cper pound THE KENNY ALLIN CO, Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. This Week-end Some Extra Specials on Fruit, Watermelons, Oranges, Strawberries WE MADE TWO EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD BUYS. ONE WAS A LARGE QUANTITY OF WATER- MELONS THAT WE GOT AT LESS THAN IT COST TO BRING THEM Ht-RE, AND THE OTHER WAS ON ORANGES. WE ALSO HAD A WIRE THIS MORNING FROM OUR STRAWBERRY SHIP- PER IN IDAHO SAYING THAT THE FIRST'SHIP WENT WOULD ARRIVr 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 BE OVER. WATERMELONS. ISirh, rod ripe, very fine for iiuiiiriiiate use. week-eml each 50c. 75c, 90o ORANGES, aa exceptional bargain the way oranges are costing soltl regularly now at :i5f. week-eml. dozen for 43c STRAWBERRIES. C.'s or UlahOE, Dints, 2 baskets for Per cr.ite We also expect some of the large baskets. These if they strive will be -.vortli. baskets 35c BING CHERRIES, week end, l' Ibs. for 35c Per 20 Ib. case 52.90 GOOSEBERRIES, in 4 ib. square baskets, week-end, per basket 50c CALIFORNIA PLUMS, large red. very fine. lieavy baskets, 60c CALIFORNIA PEACHES, week end. per basket..................................' 60c FRESH RHUBARB, local or B. C. grown. 6 Ibs. for 25c COOKED MEATS SLICED READY FOP, USE. ROAST PORK, BOILED HAM CORNED BEEF, per Ib...................... 40C OX TONGUE, per Ib....................... 60c VEAL LOAF MINCED per Ib.....25c PICNIC HAMS, whole ham. per Ib.......... 23o PEAMEALED ROLLS, slk-ed, per Ib....... 25c PEAMEALED BACK BACON, sliced, per Ib. 30c In the Pises, Her Ib....................... FRESH DAIRY BUTTER, per Ib........... 25c FRESH EGGS, per dozen 30c LEMONADE POWDER, Kkovah, large tins. each 25c Small tins, each.......................... 15c CANNED MILKi Canada First. Family size tins, each ROBIN HOOD OATS, round canons, per 10c SIAM RICE, best quality. Ibs. for PRUNES, size tiO-TGs, 10 Ib. boxes, each 20c 25c J1.15 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES The Popularity "Our Best" Flour Enjoys is.due only to the high standard of quality maintained and I he moderate price at. wiiicli it is sold, Wee vuiir "Tocer ahoiil it. iiuw. Ellison Milling and Elevator Co., Limited MARKETS HO YOU BURH COAL? The Grace Coal Mine is cow prepared to take care all orders- PHONE 125O The quality is the best. Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS errY AM) DISTRICT First Visitor from Kitchener George Schnarr. aii eastern travel- fins man is in the city today. He is the first man to register from "Kit- the new name for Berlin, Out. Sale of Sheep j The P. Burns Co. Lethbridge bought jfroai-Mr. Albert Green cf Taber 1.000 j head of weiliers. There were deliver- j ed this week. Mr. Green runs one of I the largest bands of sheep in the south country. FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Open Clos July..........-.. 11254 113 Ocl............. IOS 10ST JDec............. 107? I Oats [July............ 43vi 44" 41H 41 I Julv......... 160 162? Oct 164S 166 FURNACES AND Sheet Metal Work Geo. E. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK H. G. KILNED SHOE STORE 41413th Street Xorth Repairs Neatly Executed COAL AND TRANSFER C.O.D. Growing Monotonous The police branch of the fire-police department is suffering from ennui. Still another clean sheet was reported at the station ioday. It monot- onous. The chief wonders long it will last. Even as it is. the past week has broken all records. Not au arrest has been made in the past sev. en days. Open Lethbridge Bar The allurement of the soft drink habit has now gained its hold upon Lhe drinking public. So successful has the soft drink sale been since pro- hibition went into efiect. tbat Mana- ger -foe Lee has re-opened ihe Leth- bridge hotel bar for this purpose. He says the bar at the Alexandra has done well with the pop and dry ginger stuff and the soothing grape jniee. The Lethbridge bar re-opened this afternoon. Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1 Northern Xo. 2 Northern i No. 3 Northern I !No. 5 0. W.................. i No. 3 C. W.................. Extra 1 Feed No. 1 Feed................. iNo. 3 I No. 4.................... Rejected and Feed N'o. 1 N. W. C.............. No. 2 C. W.................. Chicago Wheat 103% 106V.1 I July iSept. Dec. Minneapolis Wheat Ijnly............ 108% jSep't............. 109H [Dec......'. HP 111% 43LJ 43 U 73 66 63 V4 162'i 103 y, 105% 109 109H 10974 PRETTY FOLDING CANS TREE ON FRI. SAT. With a purchase of any articje from our stock (excepting mag- azines, 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 DAYS If you cannot come then phone or ,mai! your order and you wIM receive a fan free, with the goods. The Red Cross Drag Book Co., United PHONE '555? 1DRIE! HOPELESS SPLIT The- MASTERPIECE From Rex Beach's NINE William Farnum, Thrilling, Powerful and Virile Masterpiece. Fresh from a EortniKlH run on Broadway, .N'ew York City, and-.a weeks' record-breaking engagement at the Studebaker In Chicago ADMISSION, 2Sci. MOST WONDERFUL STORY EVER FILMED T. D. Caven Nominated by the Young F. Watts Other Nominee LOCAL SOYS ARE WELL Major Ripley, in command of the 20th Battery at the front. inres to relatives here that he has returned from leave in England and that the members of the 20th and of Col. Stew- art's staff are all well. CHOICE FRUIT SPECIALS For TOMORROW scl] the best fruits brought into (lie coun- try. Wlien yon buy here you know there is nothing finer. WATERMELONS, each per doz STRAWBERRIES boxes 25c, per case CANTALOUPE, each BING 2 lOc "D per Ib. per doz 30, 40 d. LEMONS, per doz PINEAPPLES, eacl: 20c 25c 25c 2 35c, per case op Jns. net (several varieties) per basket The PALACE CONFECTIONERY AND ICE CREAM PARLOR COR. 4TH AVE., ?TV. ST-REET-SOUTH LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES TRACK PRICES: Wheat............ SSii .Oats 36 Flax..................... 146'A I jWheat.................. S2 I 32% I Flax 3S3 LIVESTOCK, PRICES Choice steers, 6 to Fat cows, to 6. Sheep Choice killing wethers, sheared, killing ewes, shear- ed, 7. Select hoes. 150-200 Iba. 8. CITY AND DISTRICT Orangemen to Attend Church The members of the Orange Lodge will 'attend divine service at Knox church Sunday evening, where Rev. Mr. Denoon will preach a. special ser- mon to tliat order. War Over Soon Mayor Hardie iMs morning received a leltur from one of his sons now fighting in the trenches in France In which he stated that everywhere be- hind the lines the talk is that the war will be over in two months. Green Paris Greenland Paris Green .Sprayers Pound Packages (50c. Special prices in 25, .50 and 100 Ib. dm ins Sprayers 75 cents. J. D. Higinbotham Co. Limited "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists." The Start Wholesale and retail chemlsti TELEPHONE NO. 322 Joins th- Geo. Kerr Co, A. Edgar has taken charge of the buying and selling end of the bus- iness for Geo. Kerr Co., grocers. Mr. Ed ear has had a wide experience in all branches of the grocery busi- ness, both wholesale and retail. For the past tlirer, years he has been city salesman for the A. McDonald Co. His being made manager leaves Mr. Kerr free to devote Ms attention to the promotion .of the business, the store's service and other features. AND ALL KINDS. OF ELEC- TRICAL WORK W.L. McKcnzie Co PHONE 637 7ir3rd S. Special Matinee A special matinee will be held at the Orpheum Saturday afternoon when "The Spoilers" will be shown. Packet of WILSON'S FLY PADS WILLFUL MOPE rLIESTHAN QF ANY !.Y (ATCHfP Clean to handle. Sold by gists, Grocers und General Cranbrook, B. C., July meet- ng of the Cranbrook District Conser- aosociation, called last evening to appoint a candidate to contest the f Cranbrook riding against Dr. J. H: i King, Liberal candidate, resulted in j jtwo separate meetings being, held and j ia breach in the party that cannot be iliealed. The original meeting place of ithe delegates .was announced as Clapp jhall where arrangements were" made [for staging the biggest political fight ;in. Cranbrook. The newly-formed Young Conservative association, by clever manipulation, secured control of the building, thus forcing the old members, the fac- tion, to ..seek other quarters, which they did, renting the Edison theatre. Both factions-' worked overtime to line the delegates with that particular 'element. Caven supporters were most successful with outside delegates, se- curing representatives from Kimberly, Moyie. Wycliffe, Marysville and Yank, 14 in all, together, with the majority of Cranbrook delegates. Approxi- mately 150 supporters of Mr. Caven: were present. Credentials were post-; ert .and passed upon hi" the commit- tee appointed for that purpose. Speeches Vere then delivered by Dele- gate Drew of Kimberly, Benjamin Riley of Yahk, the delegate of that place, and W. F. Cameron, J. B. Hall, S. Santo and others. Mr. Drew declared the method used by the old i party followers was to 'railroad" the business of the association. Control of the patronage was the sole object view. At this juncture Chester Staples, the Wyeliffe lumberman, volunteered (to carry the flag of truce to the op- [posing faction in an effort to unite the warring elements, but his mission proved futile. The more oil he poured on the troubled wafers the greater (he wave of indignation which swept against T. D. Caven. W. B. McFarlane, presi- dent of the local association, took the floor and denounced the local member. He said the attitude of Mr. Caven lo- wards Premier Bowser in the caucus on the prohibition issue, -when the i Cranbrook member openly attacked the leader of the government, was a[ disgrace to the party. The said C'a-j ven was no loager a fit man to repre-j sent the Conservatives of, the Cran-j brook riding and tbat the premier no j longer wanted him as candidate. He concluded by saying the element j which elected Mr. Caven is no longer] in the district. Other speakers were; A. E. Watts and J. D. McBride. Mr. Watts was the only delegate from outside points present at this meeting.) About twenty in all were in attend- ance. T. D. Caven was made the unani- mous choice of the Young Conserva- tives, being tendered an ovation when he rose to address the convention. A. E. Watts of Wattaburg was likewise given the unanimous choice of his riding. Both sides claim victory and each say the meeting of the other was invalid. Premier Bowser has been communicated with by.wire and ft in believed he will make a hurried trip to adjust matters, although It in cer- tain his mission will avail tittle. The split has resulted In a largo number of men quitting the party. Elections will, bo, hold September Mth, with nominations .on August 3rd, MRS. GREEN'S WEALTH DIVIDED Bellows Falls. Vt.. July will of Mrs. Hetty known as the wealthiest woman in America, leaves the bulk of her estate to her son, E. H. R. Green, and her daughter, Mrs. Matthew Astor Wilks. The. remainder is distributed in small- er bequests to old, .friends of Mrs, Oreeii. Xo estimate of the total value of the estate is contained in the will, and the closing clause provides that the son and daughter shall'iiot he rerjnired lo file an inventory or appraisement, ,or give bonds and, "shall not lie" re- (juireti to account in or to he subject 10, the. of the probate court." The will was filed by Colonel Green and Charles W. Pierson, an attorney, after the funeral of Mrs. Green. The instrument is dated March 2S, 1911. Day Clerk at Lethbrtdge Kred Shenpard, day clerk at the Al- exandra, has now transferred Ills gen- ial-presence to the vicinity. of the register at the Lethbridge, where he will he in charge at the desk. J. B. Ross' lakes Mr. Sheppard's place at' the -Alex........ BOYS! BOYS! There is ft Chance to buy real good If not "best that's inn JiU-le.cost. A big shipment of the famous AVearbetler hoys' just in. Everybody knows wsiy these suits are made. Conic and get one. A BELT FREE WITH EVERY SUIT. We liaye them from and up. Boys' straw: hats, reg. "5c, going at 50o. Specials for Saturday LAKD SWIFT'S, or, SWEET CLOVE In 3 ami 5 Jb. pails Ib. piiil (JOc olh: pail 90c POLLED OATS, 8 Ib. sack'----- GRAPEIMUTS, ner package CREAM OF WHEAT, per package 30c 1 r TDC STANDARD FINE OAT- A p MEAL, 10 Ib. sack IOC EGGO BAKING POW- DE'R, 16 liz. tin On tU MAGIC BAKING POW- OA DER, 12'oz. tin CURRANTS, 1C- 16 oz. package RAISINS, 12 oz. package tiJV SHERRIFF'S JELLY POWDERS, 3 for PURE HONEY, in 5 nn Ib. palls, .iwr pall PURE JAMS, all flavors 7C _ 4 Ib. pails, pei1 pail JilC PICKLES, IS 02. bottles, In Sweet, Chow Chow and i Sour .Mixed, per liotlle B. C. SUGAR, 10 Ih. sack B. C. SUGAR, 20 Ib. sack Strawberries Fresh CTOI'V, nTqrjnng direct from 'one of tlic best.-growers'in the Grcston district Per Case Two Boxes 25c Western Mercantile Co. PHONE 1724 ;