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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS _ HERALD LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR] Best a Doy Hotel in Alberta Pride of Alberta The Smile That Won't Come Off Is Worn by users of Taylor Made Mother's Favorite Let Us Supply You With Your Week End Wants Our Fruit Is Fresh and Delicious. Comes Direct from the Grower. B. C. STRAWBERRIES, iicr basket----12i-'a 15c IDAHO STRAWBERRIES. It' any. pi-r basket 10c MAY DUKE AND BING CHERRIES. To arrive for Saturday. At 'lowest market FRESH RASPBERRIES. To arrive tor Sat. Lowest market prices. 'CALIFORNIA ST. JOHN PEACHES, very flue for slk-ms to eat with cream. I'er 60c BARTLETT PEARS, per basket 50 60o CALIFORNIA PLUMS, llurbauks, per basket 6Gc TRAGEDY'S, Blue Ones, per basket 75c WATERMELONS. ICaoh..........50c. 75c SOc CANTELOUPES. for Saturday, each 15 20c ORANGES. Special i.ut. '2 ilozfll for 45c LEMONS, per iloxen...................... 30c GOOSEBERRIES, Lar.ce 4 Ib. baskets CREAM BRICK CHEESE, Slliprap'ht jtlBt ill. per II'................................ 30c FRUIT CAKE, Christies Dark or Light. Very Siwollil. PIT Ib.......................... 30o NEW POTATOES, 4 Ills for 25c NEW CARROTS, per Ib................... 5o NEW BEETS, per Ib..................... 5c COOKED BOILED HAM, ROAST PORK CORNED BEEF, per Ib. <0c MINCED HAM VEAL LOAF, Ib..... 25c OX TONGUE, per Ib..................... OOc BACON GAINERS, thn piece. per Ib. Special 2Cc PICNIC HAMS, limns. Special per !b 22c PEAMEALED ROLLS. Sliced per. Ill....... 26c NEW LAID EGGS. L' dozen for............ 55c SIAM RICE. Very t'im< iiuality. Ib.s for 25c PRUNES. ilil-TOs, Ul Ib. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES CITY AND DISTRICT You Don't Realize- Just how Good a Cook you are unless you use "Our Ellison Milling and Elevator Co., Limited KITCHENER'S MOB lames Norman vivid experience of one of the first ii'en to enlist in Kitchener's army. It is perhaps the first narrative of actual experience of a soMier at the front to appear absolutely uncensored. Price THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 14S7. Live Stock Sales P. anil Co.. Laihbridge. buys the wethers in J. GasiUn. Magnith; j Renter Shelden. Lethbriilce, and W. M. Wright. Letlibmlge. Col- Walker Going Overseas I Col. .Jas: Walker of Calgary, well j known to old timers in Leihbndge, is going overseas. He will be a captain I in the Forestry Battalion being raised j by Lt.-Col. Smyth. "M.P., of Algoma. DO YOU BURN COAl? The Grace Coal Mine Is now prepared to take care of all orders. PHONE 125O The quality is the best. Delivered; ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS Suit Against Farmer j Suit has been started in Suprenle j Court by John Billings Co.. grain j buyers, against "Arthur Dahl, claimin ?605 loss on an unfulfilled contract for 2200 bushels of grain. g j WEATHER Lftihbridge, clear Ktmiloops Nelson Reil Peer, clear Calgary, clear I Medicine Hat. clear .Miirleoil, fair j Moose Jaw, clear cluar Hattleford, clear .Winnipeg, clear Edmonton, fuir Coronation, clear Brooks, cloudy Current, clear i Brandon, clear !Port Arthur, clear FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Open 116 Hay and Grain! WE ARE NOW LOCATED IN THE M ET A BUILDING, 1221 2ND AVENUE SOUTH, PHONE 732, and we are prepared to fill your requirements oi hay and grain, either wholesale or retail. A trial order will satisfy yon as to quanty, price and service. We have some good TIMOTHY SEED at 1A per Ib................ iUL Storage, space for rent House- hold goods a specialty. Tlie Samplers Hay Graiu Co. GRAIN! Unequalled facilities for secur- ing reliable information regard- ing Grain. Frequent quotations. All markets. You are invited to make free use of this service. Ask for bids on your carlots of grain. Private wires to New York, Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg 'July" jOct............. U3% jDee............. 11- 1 Oats 45% 42 j 1" 17S Winnipeg Cash Prices f i Xo. 1 Northern i No. '2 Northern 3 Northern............. I ;No. 2 C. W.................. i No. 3 P. W.................. i j No. 3...................... No. 4............ I Rejected and Feed........... Flas- {Xo. 1 N. W. -C. Working on Wells in South S. E. Slipper, of the Dominion geo- I logical branch, Ottawa, who is work- Close Ing on the well water supply Question 115% j in Southern Alberta, is in the city 112% today from Calgary. 110% Billy Brennan Well 49'" Billy Brennan. of Lethbridge. writ- ing from France states that he is 1-0 land that he now has to occupy a dan- gerous position on the firing line every j night, while doing hi? work in the workshop behind the lines in the day. Adjutant of Artillery The Whole Family Will Enjoy A KODAK KODAKS to BROWNIE CAMERAS S1 io BRINK YOUR FILMS FOR FINISHING. OUR WORK WILL PLEASE YOU.' Tke Red Cross Brag Book Co., Limited PHONE 555. 42 .14 pro- and INTERNED HUNS MAKE TROUBLE IN MINES AT MINTO, NFLD. St. John. N. 13.. July sumo interned Germans and were brought a few days ago from camps on thy National Transcontinental work in the coal mines at Minto. miles inland from here, there has be trouble. serious this week that troops were 'sent from St. Joh CJuiet was restored, and ring lea prs arrested and sent to the Amlicrst internment camp. i The weather over tlto prairi vinces has been mostly cleai i warm. j Forecast Manitoba ami Fair and warm today and on Saturday, i Alberta Fair, not much change in temperature, but a few scattered show- .ers. 110U I Capt. Ring wood, who is well known A jas instructor of artillery at Kingston.' 'f 45Vs i wnere ke has been for 5'ear5- has been 44U, I appointed adjutant of the 15th brigade j of artillery to which the 61st battery of Lethbridge- is attached. 71! jNo. 2 C. :July iSept iDec Chicago Wheat A Correction In the advertisement of J. D. .Higin- 172% jbothani and Co. yesterday in the Her- 169% aid, bathing suits were advertised in- stead of bathing caps, as it should have read. i July 11 1H Minneapolis Wheat H5V, 110 312% To Leave for East J. A. McDonald, engineer Baird Botterell, Union Bank Building, Phone 1599. E. L. WYNN, Mgr. .______ the (.314. Chinook Coal Co., Commerce, leaves [.314 on Monday for Nova Scotia, where he iio'i! j.14 j'win spend' some time with his family j '___ {who have lived there for the past year [YESTERDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES j and a half. SB.50 to-Si.50: Icmvs to 56.25; hogs 59.50 to i-SlO.M; sheep SS.75 to i SS.10 _to S6.25; to .39.50; hogs S8..0 to SIO; i sheep to SS. LOCAL MARKETS PRICES I French National Holiday I Today, July 1-Hh. is the national j Ifete 'Jay of the French Republic. It I commemorates the taking of the Bas- Itille. the freedom of the people and} the Declaration of the Rights of Man. i It is being observed as a holiday throughout Britain. LOCAL, GRAIN' TRACK PRICES: SAVheat iFlax WAGON 1 Wheat (Oats iFlax 100 H 36% 156% 13S Annffuncemsnt The ladies of St. Andrew's are re- j minded of the pantry sale to be held jin the vacant store next lo the drug j store. 13th Street North. Saturday i afternoon, commencing at 3 o'clock. All donations are asked to he sent by I 2 o'clock. Hoi Springs, Ark., July meteor, unburied part" of which as large as a five-roomed house, fell last night on the farm of J. W. Skipes. 20 miles west of Hot Springs. Farmers of the vicinity today were afraid to approach the meteor because of gasses and smoke which still were arising from it, A party of local scientists and newspaper men left Hot Springs to view the metecr. LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 6 to Fat cows, 5Vi to 6. Sheep Choke killing wethers. sheared. Sljeep Choice killing ewes, shear- ed, 7. Select hogs, 150-200 fos. 9. ICECREAM SOCIAL Friday Evening S p.m. CHRISTIAN CHURCH, THIRD AVENUE EIGHTH STREET STREET ICE CREAM STRAWBERRIES CAKE EVERYBODY WELCOME Palace Hotel, Taber A GOOD HOTEL THAT CAN BE RUN WITHOUT A Two and Spacious Sample Rooms Have Been Added 60 Bedrooms .Rates, per day UP-TO-DATE ICE CREAM PARLOR AND SODA.FOUNTAIN IN CONNECTION, J.' DOBBS, Proprietor. Recruits for Medical Corps Capt. Staples, officer commanding the Array Medical Corps, training de- pot at Calgary, writes the Herald that recruits :ire urgently needed for the .army medical corps, there being a- constant demand for these men over- seas. Particulars regarding this nail f may be had by writing the oliice at j the Sarcee camp. Calgary. Successful Lawn Fete I j The lawn fete held on the grounds 'of Mr. and .Mrs. Alex Scott on Thurs- day evening was a most, decided suc- cess; not only did those present have an enjoyable time, but the were larger tlian expected. A total of S47 was turned over to the Presby- terian church at Hardieville. Father Is Dead G. W. S. Lewis, formerly of Leth- bridge, but now a of Taber, iand P. V. Lewie, of this city, received word yesterday that their father, JRowe Lewis, had met death in a T.TCI-K -near Atlanta. Ga.' The father was a well known WinnJpegger. P. V. Lewis leaves for east in a few days. I Violinist to Aid Recruiting i sergeant Sheldon arrived this morn- ing from Winnipeg to assist in the recruiting campaign for the Viking, it is interesting to" note that IK; was leader of tho Dominion Theatre. Win- nipeg, orchestra, and is well known in musical circles. It is expected that Sergt. Sheldon will anfilal materially by charming the eligibles with his jviollntatlc capabilities....... LIME JUICE 'With water and sugar to sweeten, will make the niost thirst- '.u' beverage Saturday Only WE ARE OFFERING JAMAICA LJME JUICE 35c a Quart Bottle, J. D. Higinbolham Co. Albert -Vs Pioneer. Druggists." 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