Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberto Pr of Smile That Won't Come Off Is Worn by users of Taylor he ite ]_Jjrf ngfrinnk End Wants rruitls ffesnalid Delicious. Comes Direct from the Grower. uur B C. STRAWBERRIES, per basket. 12' 2 IDAHO STRAWBERRIES. It wi! Ri't any. basket MAY DUKE AND BING CHERRIES, lo nrrlvo for Saturday. A t lowest market RASPBERRIES. To arrive for Sal. "ST. JOHN PEACHES. Very fine for slicm? to cut with u'r BARTLETT" PEARS.' 'pov 'basket 50 4 CALIFORNIA PLUMS, Utirbanks. per basket TRAGEDY'S, Blue duos, basket WATERMELONS, Kach aOc. J CANTELOUPES. for Saumluy. each 1o i ORANGES, Sireda! l.ol. for LEMONS, per dozen GOOSEBERRIES, Large 4 Hi. baskets 10c eoi 60c CREAM BRICK CHEESE, Shipment just in, FRUIT CAKE, Christies Dark or l.isht. Very Special, per Hi.......................... NEW POTATOES, 1 Ihs for NEW CARROTS, per 111................... NEW BEETS, per COOKED BOILED HAM, ROAST PORK CORNED BEEF, per Ib........................... MINCED HAM VEAL LOAF, pvr II...... ox TONGUE; per BACON GAINERS. .Mitiitlin size. Ill tin: piece. PICNIC HAMS, Whole hams. Special per Ib 22c PEAMEALED ROLLS. Sliced per 26c NEW LAID EGGS. J dozen for 30c 30c 25c 5c '.Oc 25o GOc 55c SIAM RICE. Very fine cnialHy. Ibs for 25c PRUNES. tHl-TOs. 10 Ib. boxes..............S1.15 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES AND DISTRICT KITCHErjERjg MOB Jir'actuaT'experience0 of a ,'oldier at the front to appear absolutely uncensored. Price 51-25. The Grace Coal Mine is now prepared to tate care of all orders. PHONE 1250 The quality is the ,best. Delivered, S-L-50 ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS Supt. Cameron Here Superintendent J. M. Cameron ot the C. P. R. arrived in the city this afternoon from Medicine Hut en route for Calvary. He was accompanied from the Hat by Supt. Cotierell. To Attend Conference A big conference of C. F. R. of-j officials in the west will be held in next Momlay. when Vice-! President Bury will be present. Supt. t Cotterell of the LeUibridse division j will be present, j Error in Vote An error in transmission of the vote of the Blairmore local of the miners" union on Monday was made, I whereby the vote was made to read j 3S for a ml 10 against, instead of oS I tor and 10-J against, winch was ih1? correct vote. THURSDAY'S I July Oet Dec I July [Oct I jjuly iOct Dec PRICES Open Close 117% 11UVJ, Bv polk One Vag way of a little diversion the picked up a vag yesterday 114 He ay- peared before the nmgisirate thi J morning and was let off ou suspended sentence. one Baptisie Lecuyer. who louml 112V- sleeping in an empty house. 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. We have some good TIMOTHY SEED at 1A per Ib................ lUt Storage space for rent. House- hold goods a specialty. The Saimders Hay 11414 Minneapolis Wheat 115% July Sept. llOVs 111% Hudson's Bay Picnic A successful picnic was held iu connection with the Hudson's Hay athletic association at the cluh house out at "the lake. The whole staff and a host of friends sat down to per, Manager Smith presiding. After i I supper ices and fruits were served i and canoeing, boating arid swimming j were enjoyed to the fullest extent right up until dark. all- LOCAL MARKETS FURNACES AND Sheet Metal Work Geo. R. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK GRAIN! Unequalled facilities for secur- ing reliable information regard- ing Grain. Frequent quotations. All markets. You are invited lo make free use of this service. Ask for bids on your carlots of grain. Private wires to New York, Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Baird Bottcrcll, Union Bank Building, Phone 1599. E. L. WYNN, Mgr. Grounds Always Open 115To I Tlie R- N. I.. P. barracks grounds are always open to The public. Sujrt. I Penneiaiher wants tliat un- j i derstood, especially since iliere is an i Mrapression that the public is excluS-' 1 e.d from the grounds. The superin-j 102H lendent is only too 10 have the j S7'i "public use the Seats have) ]GOy> I been placed about for the use of vis-] j itors." The grounds have been great-; improved and they can now in? 3S very properly called a ,park. Trees, 13S Uowcrs and eh rubs' all unite to make j the property beautiful. Alterations at Hospital Some rather extensive alterations to the heating and ventilation plant at Gait Hospital are under considera- I lion, and the board has been author- I ized to borrow the necessary money __________________ from Ur DeVeher for the work. The SUK LOCAL GRAIN TRACK PRICES: Wheat................... Oats.................. i Flax WAGON i Wheat................. Oats LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers. C to >Hi. Fat cows, to 6. Sheep Choice fcillin sheared. killing ewes. Select hogs. 150-200 Ibs, 9. wethers, COME AND LOOK OVER Our New Stock of Artistic mg >uits The latest fashions from Palm Beach are hare. Price from 50cTOSl.50 j. D. Higinfaolham Co. "Albert-a's Pionser Drurroists." The Start Wholesale and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 Railway passenger service liftoff ing Lelliiiriclge is not satisfactory to the people of Lothhridge as sliown i iiy the protests made at the Hoard of Trade council meeting today. Chairman McKay of the railway com- mittee stated that he hail interviewed Supt Cotterell on the matter and the latter held out no hope that any change would be effected hefore the fall time tahle comes into force. It was the opinion of today's meet- ing that if the daylight train ser- vice through the Crow's Xest were aeain resumed, much of the cause of protest would lie obviated and Leth-. hiiilge would have a service which would meet with approval. As it Isi the rot'.sn schedule now in effect cut oil this city from the trade on the! west, both on the Crow v.-est of .Mac- leod and on the C. and E. north oi Macleod. Hoards of trade at Clares- holm, Granum, Nanton, Piucher Creek.! Coleman. Blairmore. Fertile. Crau-1 iirook and Nelson will he comimini- with, and if they will support: the efforts of the I.ethhridge hoard., as it is believed they will, another at-; tempt will he made to have the C.' i P. R. resume the daylight sen-ice, throuah the Crow. You Don't Realize- Just how Good a Cook you are Xinless you use "Our Best" Ellison Milling and Elevator Co., Limited REMOVAL SALE For nexl 10 days wo will sell Wallpapers and Room Mouldings at Half .Price CASHOXLY Tennis and Baseball Goods. Hammocks, Cro- quet Sets at Bargain Prices. Other lines also ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE NEXT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL. The Vikings The Viking recruiting officers, like; the famous adventurers from whom! they take their name, are daring rov- ers'of the seass ot eligible youth lor: enlistments. Last night Sergt. Hobbs. Feruie stormed two local theatres and i told the young men there in effective i language What their duty really, The Viking tent on the square never j fails to attract attention. John Carlson, a husky Viking, will; 'go into training shortly. He is-a! section foreman who has had mill-1 I tary experience iu Sweden. When j Another evidence of the prosperity trie Vikings opened he could not re-; of southern Alberta, comes in the re- 'sist the temptation to join his fellow Of the MB sale recently held at countrvmen in the light for right, i Uie Brian Hum ranch at Umdbrcck, loin William Archer an Englishman, I by J. A. Smith, of l.etllbriuge. I he attested with the Vikings today. roturns of the sale for the after- ,10011 were Cows brought from 575 to two-year old steers i brought from ?BS to J7I; yearlings i brought from S35 to and horses all the way from Sl-'o to Jirtii. Try Our Delicious Ice Cream Soda all means try it if you arc fond of ice cream soda, especi- ally if you are fond of vanilla ice cream soda water. You will find that there tastiness and tartness to ours. The best van- illa ice cream and the best van- illa syrup. The mixing of soda water drinks we study careful- ly, and you will like ours we are sure. JACKSON CO. Dispensing Chemists Lethbridge, Alberta Big Prices at Sale American Legion regiment. BANK CLEARINGS Bank clearings for the week ending today are higher than usual, amounting to 3531.65S as against for the corre- sponding week last year. This is an increase of 7S per cent. TAG DAY FOR A SOLDIERS' REST v OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S PHONE 1484. SMITH, MURPHY CO. A I BJ i mjm HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. Write or phone at our expense if you have grain to handle. We can assure you the best pries the market will stand and jive you courteous service and prompt returns. LETHBRIDGE OFFICE. N. T. SHERLOCK BUILDING. MACLEOD, MANAGER. The .Salvation Army here will hold a lag day on Satur- day of this week, for the pur- pose of aiding in (lie mainten- ance of a soldiers' rest hut at the big Sarceo ramp at Cal- gary. This is a worthy object jec-t. and although there have been numerous tag days, it de- serves support. Mayor Hardie has given this his support in a letter to the public issued Ensign-- Richardson. .Mayor Hardie -says that tag days are becoming rather a Iniji-bear in any hands but the Red Cross and Patriotic so- ciety, yet lie feels constrained to include the Salvation array object with both I be Red Cross and Patriotic, fund in his com- mendation. The lag day for the soldiers rest is being .held over all Al- berta, and it is expected I.Kth- bridge will give ample assistance to this ohject. TABLE BOARD Green Gables Opp. Post Office t The American Legion have secured! Ifour more good men this week, 11113111 Tulloeh, of Great Falls, lialph Ueliii- izer of Pinhorn, George Murty, of irad. Mont., and Harry Dennett of Witt, i 111 This regiment is getting pretty. i well lilled as they are up to S5C. so I j it will not he long until they will be j ready to greet Emperor Bill. 1 Record ishing Dept. Hug's of pattern and colors and ;atisfaction. 78th. Battery One a day seems to be the record i of the 78th Depot UaJtery now recruit- j i ing'here. The Battery this morniiiK took on W. J. Haire. horn in Hani-1 toha who came down from Calgary to j enlist. By Saturday night the Battery i .will Have at least 20 men signed on, jail of whom are active recruiting j agents. Uggett's Chocolates, pure and deli- to Foremost cious, are received fresh almost every W. Downer and Geo. day at all Rexall Uriig Stores, thesex- on a motor trip through elusive Agents. J. D. Uig.nhotham k country today. Co., Druggists. MEN WANTED Lord Strathconas Horse (R. C.) We need men who can ride for mounted drafts, leaving every two months, to rc-infoirc .the regiment which is training in the South of France. Draft Leaving the Beginning of August. Transportation .'Granted Upon Passing the in- quired Medical Examinations. HUGHES. You Will get the MEATS at DELAKYSLTD. JCECREAM SOCIAL Friday Evening S p.m. CHRISTIAN CHURCH, THIRD AVENUE EIGHTH STREET STREET ICE CREAM STRAWBERRIES CAKE EVERYBODY WELCOME Palace Hotel, Taber NEWLY RENOVATED NEW AND SPACIOUS SAMPLE BROOMS HAVE BEEN ADDED 60 Bedrooms Rates. per day UP-TO-DATE ICE CREAM PARLOR AND SODA FOUNTAI.N IN CONNECTION. J. DOBB8, Proprietor.