Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
_ DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL But a Day Hotel in Alberta il j 'Always at Your Call, The Taylor Made Mother's Favorite "S SPECIALS rxn-u values ai..........50c 75c 90c VALENCIA OKAXCiKS. 35c lino, ;il lW.............45c K. C. STRAWHKKKIKS, hirjro liaskols. each.............15c NEXT WEEK WE'EXPECT WILL SEE ALMOST THE END OF THE GOOD STRAWBERRiES. Order Now If You Want Any. Lowest Market Prices JBulve Sour Cherries to arrive next week. Take a Kodak with you on your summer vacation NO souvenir of your holiday is so complete as a number of good pictures. THE KENNY ALLiN CO Ltd NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHUJNt CITY AND DISTRICT VI The Grace Coal Mine is BOW prepared io tako care of all orders. PHONE 1250 The quality is the best. Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS Red Deer, cloudy Canary, clear Medicine Hat. cloud? Maeleod. cloudy Moose .law, cloudy Winnipeg, fair........ 70. Nelson Kdn.ontcn, cloudy Swift Current, cloudy Rezina, cloml.v [Prince Albert, fair Port Arthur, clear The weather has been mostly fair and warm over the prairie provinces witll local showers In some parts of Saskatchewan. i Forecast: All winds 'with a few local showers or thunder I storms but mostly fair and wann 10- j day anu Sunday. CITY A N D DISTRICT Calrjsr" Visitors O. S. Chapiil and wife of Calgary are iyjsiton. in the .city, today. New Teacher SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Miss Hattie Uowen. orMacleod. has SATUKDAjr t. un__ and been engaged as teacher for the Close j ill FURNACES Sheet Metal Work cloHing prices on the grain exchanges today were: Open .Inly............ 'lOTU .inly Winnipeg Cash Prices Northern Xortlierii Northern Northern Maclean school district. School will 'Open for the fall term on Aug.-23. Our stock is all fresh this year and guaranteed full strength. PRICES: Pound-package Half .pounds 5 pounds, per Ib. 10 pounds, per Ib. 60c 35c 55c 50c Sunday Hours Morning; 10 to 11. Eveninjr S to 9. Tke Red Cross Drag Back Co., limited PHONE Curios from Front Mrs. Cliai-les MrKillop received to- day from her son Sorgt. Donah! Me- Klilop of the 20tli UntLery a collet- tion of i-urios from tiic field of battle jiiiL-liuliiig parts or the whole of a whiz bang, gas shell. 5.9 Irish explosive, high velocity armor piercing luinil. section of a French "75" cartridge jcase and a gas helmet. The exhibits, the gns helmet, are very in- teresting. Used fuses from a cnuple of Gorman shells are included in the array. Donald has come through in fine shape, but sent along a piece of shell that came uncomfortably close. North Ward Car to Park Starting on'Sunday, the fllli, on Sun- day afternoons and evenings when the weather is line, one blue car will bo to The Popularity "Our Best" Flour Enjoys K duo oulv to tho high staudii.nl of quality and I ho moderate price ill which it is sold. Set' vour uhoul it Ellison Milling and Elevator Co., Limited J KITCHENER THE CHURCHMAN The Living Church: The madness, the futility ot war are perhaps shown by tho killing of Lord Kitchener his staff more, oven, than by the de.itha of the thousands of men in the ranks. Who can seriously think of the death of Kilchene SERBIAN RELIEF Tile following letter from the Lon- don committee in control relief work explains tho need for Ser- bian relief funils now being raised in Canada: c-o-miernling with the _ _____ __ aught hut government maintaining loss to the whole world? We like colonies for Serbian refuges ill link of him morning run through from North Letlibndgi. to after morning at the early jthe park and return, viz: 13th Street, usine: North I.ethbridge and park signs. This is merely an experiment as. we have boen told, has been his m whenever he was in London the war began. There, before this is merely an experiment U-IULI no give Lethbridgc passengers the throne of grace, he fought out us la better service to the park, and if j own batlles: there he poured nut his ifound to be undesirable the present i heart in prayer; there he consecrated Uystem will be reverted to. If North the duties of his dally round in the Lerlibridge people would like to have midst of war, to the service ol the A 1 b mighty God. -Germany-End the world. jthis service on Wednesday afternoons lalso Commissioner Freeman would like to be advised of the fact. if they only knew it, are. hardly les than England, the loser by his death. God give rest to his Tin Gco. K. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK Grain Offices Move United Grain Producers, who T have had their offices in tho Leth- bridge lloiel for a couple of years, are .moving today to a temporary location in Room 1. Hyiands block. Hay and Grain! 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 grain, either wholesale or retail. A trial order will satisfy you as to quality, price and service. have some good TIMOTHY SEED at in.f per Ib................ IU t- Storage space for rent. House- hold goods a specialty. The Saiuiders Hay Grain Co, j Oct. No. 1 i No. 2 I No. 3 j No. 4 No. i C. W 'No. 3 C.. W.............. Extra No, 1 Feed Barley- No. 3................ No. 4................. Rejected and Feed Flax- No 1 N. W. C............. No. 2 C. W............... Chicago Wheat 103.i 105.; 109 114.4 nil'i 110 To Preach at Baptist Church Tomorrow (Sunday) the Rev. Wm.; Phillips Spokane .rill preach.in the First Baptist church. Mr. Phillips Is spoken of as a very able and earnest preacher and in various cities in the States has done splendid Christian vvork autl organization. 73 i For Patriotic Fund hon. treasurer, R. J. July iept. Dec. i The hon. treasurer, R. J. Ritchie Peterson the receipt of; 1GS the following contributions from em-: 165 Iployees of tke Lethhridge Brewing b.Ialting company, being their contri-1 I06V- hntion for' the month of June: K.' 109 Mueller W. 3. Fairfleld F. Sick: 111 A. Itaue July Sept Dec. Minneapolis Wheat 108 112.4 112TS 113% Meets Temperance Conditions Joe IJobhs. proprietor of the Pal- ace hotel. Taber, one of the best YESTERDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES known and best conducted hostelries 57 to 57.50; cows, i jn gomhen_ Alberta has counteracted S4.00 to S5.75: hogs, ?10.00 lo 510.40; closing of the bar oy installing sheep, 5S.OO to JU.OO. I an ice-cream parlor and fountain. GRAIN! Unequalled facilities for secun. >ng reliable information regaixl- jng Grain. Frequent quotations. All markets. You are invited to make free use oE this service. Ask for bids on your carlots of gram. Private wires to New York, Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Bainl Botlci-cll, Union Bank Building, Phone. 1599. E. L. WYNN, Mgr. ChicsEO Native cattle to western steers, 5S.20 to SS.10; cows, J3.75 to .J75; hogs, -38.00 to J10.20; sheep, J-3.25 to 511.10. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES TRACK PRICES: Wheat Oats.................. 88% Flax................... 352 WAGON Wheat.................. M I Oats............... 33 Flax 13S LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers. 6 to Fat 5V2 to G. Sheep Choice killing wethers, sheared, IVz- killing ewes, shear- ed, 7. Select liogs, 150-200 Ibs, 9, He has also provided additional ac- commodation fpr commercial travel- lers and holies to ma-ie a success of his hotel under temperance- condir tions. Paris Green uucl Paris Green ...prayers Pound Packages fiOc. Special prices in 25, 50 and 100 Ib. tlrunis Sprayers 75 cents. J. D. Hipbolham Co. Limited "Alberta's Pioneer Druagists." The Stort Wholesale and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 Praises Bantam Recruiter The Calgary Ne'ws-Telcgram con. tains the followins reference to 1'te Coolin of the Bantams, win is recruit ing here for lite little fellows, and who j gorbian army, or educate the S Major Fane' Home Edmonton Bulletin: Tiie beau ideal of a light too compact, and alert with a resolute cast of -countenance tlmt marks the [man of Fane of the 3rd C. M. R.'s, is a man not to be missed in a crowd. Clothe him in the of the- cavaliers of a few centuries hack and yon would have a counterpart of the dashing soldiers who rode with Prince Rupert j in his whirlwind charges against the' Ironsides of Cromwell. Today, wear- ing the Stetson hat and not nnbecom- ing uniform ot the .Mounted Veerults hove still suffering from vramns received for this popular regi- ,in hard conflict wherein it is known heu' h he bore an honorable part, and with mcnt tms eresUng story, a special charm of personality. Major mcetlng Fane is hardly leas an nterestmg at whlch Col. figure Aon those soldiers of a bygone Corsica and southern 'Franco and iiiivc also undertaken to relieve the distress (by sending fob.d and-cloth- (UK) of GO.OOO Serbian prisoners in Oerinauy. In addition a hospital npit haa lienn dispalchcd lo Corfu for the use of. Hie Serbian army. 'On Sr.tiirday there- arrived in this country 1GO Serbian children who are now housed at Oxford. The Serbian relief fund has undertaken to educate and maintain these' children, sn you can readily understand thai funds are still urgently needed to enable tlfi to. successfully carry on these many im, portant undertakings." How much money can you spare to feed and clothe these Serbian prison- ers, -provide meditial necessities toi- ler- made a hit last week with his recruit inK speech at the rally here: "Lieut. Greenhill. otiicer in ciiarge of rccrnit- for the 143rcl battalion (Bantams) this city has secured one of :he greatest recruiting officers -in the country. The prize, who is I'te. J. R. Coolin, a boy of 19 years old. is now itationed in Letlibriclge. and through bian children who have been sent to England? Hinil it today to Mr. .7. S. Dennis, president Serbian Relief Com- mittee. Calgary, or Rev. E. Cox Clarke, 509 ISth Avenue West, Calgary. day. Yesterday in the observation car bryan and other officers were present thinlliug the USrrt waa SCENE OF ALLIED'OFFENSIVE of the C. P. R. train, enjoying an early morning cigarette, Major Fane reached i Edmonton at 7 a.m., returning the front on a two months' l" and glad to be neaping tho end of a ed long-ami was npplaud jouriie... uj sine, r-ni Bryan sat Lieut. McQuarric, of the atidience Bry talion, another of Edmonton's wound-1 tlial 'as SOD" Jed soldiers who. carrying his right !arm in a sling, bore unmistakable j evidence of having been in the thick of the light. Both were very cheerful, and not at all sorry to he near their journey's end, with wives and friends waiting to welcome them. "It's a long trip." said .Major Fane, in characteris- tic manner to the Bulletin represcnt- i alive, "to come back to liissi one's Asked as to his progress to- wards recovery, Major Fane said that he was doing well, and the worst in- jury, that to the right.leg. which was still'bouml and strapped, was in a fair way to healing. At the end of ut _uu Y'.t n fd there, said n few behalf. .Young Coolin 1 who he was and ask- to speak. This was and such a hit did he make. so T.iuahyu uiui .1...... Calgary he saw Lieut, Greenhill and congratulated him on having such a find. Thursday Lieut. Greenhill re- ceived a wire from Coolin asking that transportation for Bye men from Leth- bridge to Calgary be forwarded." Prescription for .P.P. ECZEMA for 15 years the standard remedy for all skin diseases. A liquid; used oxter- nailv Instant relict from Itch. Vour money back if the first bottle does not bring you relief. Ask also about D. D. lit for duty again. vertisement. OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S PHONE 1484. SMITH, MURPHY CO. GRAI HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. Write or phone at our expense if you have grain to handle. We can assure you the best price the market will stand and give you courteous service and prompt returns. LETH8RIDGE OFFICE. SHERLOCK BUILDING. N. T. ...ACLCCD, MANAGER. "Hike" to Our Fountain It is ooen today with some of the tastiest, purest, and most deli- cious soda water drinks you ever enjoyed. The fizz and sizz of ou.- water denotes Its sparkling purity and health gmng quail, ties There are no more healthful, pleating drinks to be had any- where. The greatest purity is maintained to give you -the safest as well as the most delectable soda drinks. Plenty of luscious syrups; lots of ice and a geilerous helping of ice cream We are particular about the quality of every Ingredient that enters into our soda water, and we arc not a bit stingy when helping you. CO. Dispensing Chemists, Lethbridge, Alberta Tl'Q shaded portion of the map shows tho advances made till July 3rd in the big Anglo-French offensive. The British attack opened along a 15-mile front from Commecourt aouthwar.! and the French on the right attaclten on a ten-mile front, tour miles which was north of the Somme river. Palace Hotel, Taber NEWLY RENOVATED NEW AND SPACIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS HAVE BEEN ADDED 60 Bedrooms Rates, per day UPTO.DATE ICE CREAM PARLOR AND SODA FOUNTAIN IN CONNECTION. J- Proprietor. Many Ailments Come From the Eyes You don't' rig-lit. Vou Imvc a pain across your iore- von bcco'iie tires you. Those are sympioms of v.-fiftk eves'. Classes .would oliminnleall that dis- comfort. 'Don't' J'or n niiiiutc neglect your o y e s. Tliey arc dclif-alc and need attention. Elim- inate your ailments with a pair of our o-lnsses. EYE SPECIALIST IN CHARGE OF OPTICAL 02PARTMENT R. A. WRIGHT THE CITY'S LEADING JEWELER, Established 1898.