Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beat a Day Hotel in Alberta A The Smile That Wont Come Off Is Worn by users of Taylor He PRESERVING STRAWBERRIES lirilish ami hklios. Nice small baskets. Today's prices per S3.25 THE HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES KITCHENER'S MOB Ev Tames Xorman vivid espsrionce of one of the first men to enlist in Kitcheners army. It is perhaps the first narrative of actual experience of a suldiw at the front to appear absolutely uncensored. Price ?1.25. THE KENNY ALUM CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. DD VOU BURN COAL? The Grace Coal Mine la now prepared to take care of all orders. PHONE 12SO The quality Is the best. Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS 1ARKET v EXCURSION TO 5ARCEE In order to give and v friends of men in khaki now in training at Sarcee Camp.' an opportunity to visit ihom. the local branch of the Red Cross society have arranged an exour- sion to take plai-e on Tuesday. July 25th. The oxcursiou will run from Magraili. going to I'al- gary via the Altlersidt- line. v -Single fare for-the round trip has-been arranged with the C. P. R. As it is not expected the Kilties will return to Leih- bridge tor training before pro- feeding overseas, the "excur- sion is sure to attract a large v crowd. Lieut.-Col. Pryce-Jones. officer commanding the Leth- bridge Highlanders, is arrang- ing to give the visitor? a good opportunity of seeing the big camp. Further particulars will v be announced later. v CITY AND DISTRICT School Board The school board will hold its lar monthly meeting tonight. Boar-d of Trade Luncheon The regular Board of Trade couiK-i j luncheon will be held Thursday a noon at the Hudson Bay tea 20 PER CENT ON ALL OUTDOOR SUMMER. GOODS To clear out the balance of our stock of the following lines we are making a big reduction of in price. Now will be your opportunity to secure any of these articles at a wholesale price. HAMMOCKS, CROQUET SETS. TENNIS RACQUETS, TENNIS NETS. RACQUET PRESSES, BASEBALL GLOVES, BASEBALL BATS. Tennis Tapes, 34.50 set. net Slazenger Balls. doz., net. Tke Red Cress Drag Book Co., Limited PHONE 555. I Will Be Composed of Military and Duties Ottawa. July is (ixpcctcd thai announcement will shortly be made of the appointment of a permanent pen- sion board to administer the new AppniiUment of the hide- pendent board was recommended by the special committee of the house, j which also recommended a higher j schedule of pay for disabled soldiers, the idea being that the administration of the scheme should be entirely re- moved from politics. j Sir Robert Borden intimated that the suggestion would be adopted and j it is understood Hint the new board, which will replace the military board, will shortly be named. j It will be comprised of military men j and civilians. The board will have j very heavy duties to perform as it is thought probable that when the war is over Canada's annual pension may run as high as per annum. You Don't Just how Good a Cook you are unless you use Best" Ellison Milling and Elevator Co., Limited WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES (r July 'Oct. (Dec i Oats Uuly Flax- Ijaly I Oft Open 114V I Trades Council i The regular meeting of the and Labor council will he held in the trades, hall at 8.30 .this evening. ____-____ 116U 11-tVj Visiting Winnipeg I Donald Duff and J. D. Smyth from j Lerllbridge were week-end guests ati Royal Alexandra hotel. Winnipeg.: 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 V requirements of hay and grain. either wholesale or retail. A trial order will satisfy you as to quality, price and service. I We bare some good TIMOTHY SEED at 1A per Ib................ 1UC Storage ipace for rent. hold goods a specialty. The Saunders Hay Grain Co. Winnipeg Cash Prices i Xo. I Northern Xo. 2 Northern No. Northern Oats No. 2 C. W No. 3 C. W Barley Carmangay Visitors Dr. Bryans, A. E. Quayle. editor of the Sun. and A. B. Hogg, barrister, of Carmangay, motored to Lethbridge this morniag. 1414 Half Holiday j This is the second of the regular Uveekly hair holidays .and the staffs !of the different stores are enjoying j themselves at Henderson park lake. No. 4 Flax- July Sept. Dec. July Sept. Dec. C............. w................ Chicago Wheat 10514 liOH 113 Minneapolis Wheat 114% 1091, 111V. 114 Police Court Police court started on another series of clean-sheet days this morn- ling. How long will this one last? I The previous record was 10 days j without a case before the magistrate. C. O. F. Meeting The regular meeting ot" the C.O.F. will be held in the K. of P. hall at. S 1153-' tomorrow evening. Thursday, 115% 13til. A number of candidates 115% LOCAL MARKETS" PRICES REDUCED HOURS The Hague via London, July LOCAL. GRAIN The Berlin arms manufactory has re- TRACK PRICES: duced the -work of its four thousand j Employees to eight hours daily. The j pals.......... urges that all similar es- j piax........... iablishments follow its example, as .long hours, combined with underfeed- will receive their initiatory degree. A large attendance is looked for. ing, are proving most injurious to the GETTING TOGETHER Rome, July comments of the Russo-Japanese alliance by the ,press indicate that the old Itaio-Germ- an alliance is perhaps superseded by WAGON Wheat............ Oats Flax LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 6 to Fat cows, to 6. Sheep Choice killing wethers, sheared, killing ewes, shear- a Russo-Italian one for Balkan and Jed, 7, aiediterranean control. Select hogs, 150-200 Ibs, 9. AUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE At 1007 3rd Avenue -South On FRIDAY, JULY the 14th COMMENCING AT 10 A. M. AND 2 P. M. W. L. WILSON Auctioneer IS FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM MRS. DICKSON, WHO IS LEAVING FOR THE EAST, TO SELL THE FOLLOWING: 1 Upright Piano. 1 mahogany music cabinet, odd mahogany rockers, several other rockers of different designs, sfev- crai mahogany' and oak centre tables. 1 grass arm chair, 1 ma-' hoaarty arm chair. 1 morris casv chair, 1 folding card table, 4 dressers and stands, 1 chiffonier, 1 brass bed and springs, 3 white er.amel beds, brass trimmings, 1 Wilton square, 3 other carpet squares, 3 toilet sets, 1 kitchen cupboard, 1 sanitary couch, 1 up-, bolstered couch, folding screen, 2 plush chairs, 1 Wilton stair carpet, 1 folding iron cot ar.d mattress, large quantity, of linoleum, pictures, lact curtains, dishes, kitchen utensils, garden hose, etc. ALL SMALL ARTICLES SOLD IN THE MORNING. TERMS CASH. Moved to Red Deer A. M. Filmer. has been city; shipper for Campbell, Wilson and i Home, Ltd., fot- the past two leaves today for Red Deer, accom-1 panied by Mrs. Filmer, where they j will make their home in future, Mr. i Filraer having been, promoted to the j more responsible post of general ship- per for the sanie firm at that point. BeUp-to-Date Autographic Back WHEN TAKING PICTURES If you have an old styie camera bring it in and have the "Auto- graphic" feature fitted on. ALL SIZES IN STOCK PRICES ARE: S3.50 "rd size) X S4.50 J. D. Higinbotham Co. "Alberta's Pioneer 'Drungists." The Store Wholesale and r-etail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 The unveiling of an honor roll uili take, place In the S. A. hall on uth street, Thursday evening at S p.m. The Rev. U. II. Cobbledick lias kind- ly consented to conduct the service. The names of those appearing on i the roil are all bandsmen of tile Leth- firidge local corps. The remaining i bandsmen will be in attendance at tlin service tomorrow evening. It is hoped that many friends of the army will be present. The local corns of this city are hav: ing a Tag Day on Saturday tile 13th for the purpose of erecting a Salva- tion Army soldiers' rest at Sarcee camu. Alberta. Further announce- ments concerning the same will ap- pear. Sunday is farewell Sunday for En- sign and Mrs. Richardson, after n stay j of 15 months. Their new REMOVAL SALE For next 10 (lays we will sell Wallpapers and Room Mouldings at Half Price CASH ONLY Tenjiis and Baseball Goods. Hammocks. Cro- quet Scls at Bargain Prices. Other lines also reduced. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE NEXT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL. riient is Portage la Prairie, Man., and Mill tart of" Medicine Hat j take command of the corps Thursday I July London, July the. course of a discussion in the house of lords today on the report 'of Baron Hartlinge, head of the commission which investigated the Irish and" in which sev- eral members urged, that Augustine Birrell. former secretary for Ireland, Olti> .ought to have been censured as the responsible for the Sum Fein out- ABANDONED London, July shipping announces that the British agency i steamer Kara has abandoned break, Lord Laasdowne outlined system [or the provisional govern- ment of Ireland, when martial law is abolished there and until a new gov- einment can be established. Aii Irish secretary, with a capable military ad- visor, would be appointed. There would also be a new chief of the Royal Irish Constabulary, who would be a well-known soldier. Nobody wouid be allowed to carry arms without a permit, and there would he no grants of amnesty. A ;arrison would be maintained in Ire- land strong enough 10 preserve order, and special safeguards would be cre- ated for the Loyalists in the south anil west. The oflicial Gazette tonight an- nounces that Lord Castle town, and Sir David Ilarrel, former undersecretary for Ireland, with Justices Cherry and Willey and Pym of the supreme court of had been appointed lord Justices for the government of Ireland during the vacancy in the offices oC the lord-lieutenant. The appointments are understood to mean that the lord-lieutenancy is placed in the hands of a commission until a new government is established in Ireland. INVITE ALBERT Paris July French govern- ment has invited King Albert of Bel- gium to send a contingent of Belgian troops to take part in the review at, Paris on Hie national holiday, July .1-1. The Belgian contingent will in- elude Ji squadron of cavalry, a pany of infantry, with machine gun sections and grenadiers and a regi-. mental band. by her crew after -striking a mine. Ottawa. July statement from Washington that the United States government is not concerned with the agreement between the Ca- nadian government and the Inter- national Nickel Trust, forbidding the export to Germany or other enemy na- tions of nickel refinerl from Canadian j jore, is not objected to by the Dominion i authorities. They say that (he attitude The steamer Kara, of 2.388 tons gross, !Qf the states state department was luiiH in Newcastle -in and jjs Quite correctr the United States be-' owned in London, hng no papty to the agreements. Of- With the mercury making a frantic) ificials are quite confident, however, effort to climb out over the top of the! C. Dennis, recent vcterin- [that no nickel refined from Canadian thermometer tube, Lethbridge today is ary graduate, was killed .in an auto- jswelteriug in the liottewt weather of j njobile accident near Tottenham. I the year, and frazzled residents are _______: I longing for just a touch of the 42 j j below weather of last January. At 12 Inoou today the mercury in the big j (thermometer in front of the Alexandra j Hotel was standing at. Sf3 in the shade. Yesterday Lethbridge reported 82 the high mark at the observatory. I Experimental Farm, but the mflrcury Un the city registered even higher. Port Arthur and Peiiiit'ton carried off !the palm for hot weather yesterday. [with 90. while Nelson was not far be-1 ihind with 87. j 1 The hot weather is just what the j j farmers have been praying for. Those! with grain crops hone 'we swelter for I a week yet. Grain is growing by j leaps and bounds and in a week will! have caught up to last year's crop, j The alfalfa farmers are also pleaseti. The harvest with them is; in full swing, and this weather IB the best .ever for curing the product in good condition. Ninety in the shade is also in order for thr; let; cream parlors and they are doing a rushing business. The man who was to quench his thirst with a schooner of beer Js now patron- izing tins ice- cream parlor, and re- ceipts in that directio.i are showing it. The prolis. for tomorrow :ire "fine and fjufte so the end is not vat. You Will get the BEST MEATS at DELANYS LTD. ore will find its way to Germany on j the submarine now at Baltimore, be- i cause, should the United States Nickel corporation allow such a thing j to happen, it would no doubt mean j that their supplies of raw material from Canada would be immediately j cut. off. In a statement issued today j by the government, it is pointed out that the allegation thai Canadian j nickel will be carried to Germany on (the submarine is based upon the as-1 i sumption that no nickel is refined in j the United States except what is de-i rived from Canada. I Kdmonton Utilities Commission Is opposed to selling the street railway there to private interests. WIIERE TO GO FOR Roofing, Tinsmithhig, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. 1 'PHONE Central Alberta Farms and Ranches LOW PRICES SURE CROPS EASY TERMS Fertile improved and unimproved farms, in Central Alberta. Well lo- cated, near railway towns. Many have R. F. D. and rural telephones. Highly suitable for mixed farming and dairying. The prosperity of the adjoining farmers is the best proof of the worth of these lands., Also several splendid places, highly suitable for Southern Alberta ranchers, who are looking for good locations, as regard? and water. The amount of range differs from enough for 1GO head of cattle to enough for 1000 head. We can furnish hay leases with each place. Several have flowing springs or good creeks. This is a long grass country and has never expctiericed a crop failure nor a dry year. If you ae a farmer, looking for a new location in a sure crop dis- trict or if you are a rancher and require more range for your stock, write us the description of the place you want, the amount of cash you can afford'to pay down and the terms you want on the balance; and we will submit you the description of a proposition to suit G. D. Garter Company, Ltd. DOMINION BUILDING, EDMONTON, ALBERTA. [When answering this advertisement .kindly mention the Lethbridge Palace Hotel, Taber NEWLY RENOVATED NEW AND SPACIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS HAVE BEEN ADDED 60 Bedrooms Rates. per day UP-TO-DATE ICE CREAM PARLOR AND SODA FOUNTAIN IN CONNECTION. DOBBS, Proprietor.