Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Bett a Day Hotel in Alberta Smile That Off Is users Let Us Supply You With Your Week End Wants Our Fruit Is Fresh and Delicious. Comes Direct from the Grower. B. c. STRAWBERRIES, per 4 15c IDAHO STRAWBERRIES. It wo get any. basket 10o _ MAY DUKE AND SING CHERRIES. To arrive for Saturday. At' lowest, market prices. FRESH RASPBERRIES. To arrive for Sat. Lowest ntartuH CALIFORNIA ST. JOHN PEACHES. Very fine for slit-ing: to eai. with cream. Per basket. BARTLETT PEARS, per basket 50 60o CALIFORNIA PLUMS, Kill-banks, per basket 60c TRAGEDY'S, Blue Ones, per basket 75c WATERMELONS. Each..........50c, 75c SOc CANTELOUPES, for Saturday, each 15 20c ORANGES. Special Lot, L' dozen for 45c LEMONS, per dozen SOc GOOSEBERRIES, Uirse 4 Ib. baskets...... 45c CREAM BRICK CHEESE, Shipment just in, ]jer Ib................................. 30o FRUIT CAKE, Christies Dark or l.isht. Very Special, per Ib.......................... Sue NEW POTATOES, 4 Ibs Tor 25o NEW CARROTS, per Ib................... 5c NEW BEETS, per Ib..................... 5o COOKED BOILED HAM, ROAST PORK CORNED BEEF, per '.Oc MINCED HAM VEAL LOAF, 25c OX TONGUE, per Ib..................... OOc BACON GAINERS, size. In thu piece. per !b. Special 2Gc PICNIC HAMS, Wh'ole bams. Special per Ib 22c PEAMEALED ROLLS. Sliced per Ih....... 26c NEW LAID EGGS. 2 dozen for............ 55c SIAM RICE. Very fins Quality. 4ii Ibs for 25c PRUNES. (iO-TOs, 10 Ib. THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES CITY AIS7D DISTRICT KITCHENER'S MOB By James Norman vivid experience of one of the first men to enlist in Kitchener's army. It is perhaps the first narrative of actual experience of a soldier at the front to appear absolutely uncensored. Price THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1487. Chinook Club Meeting Tho members of the Chinook Club meet tonijrhi to consider posal? regarding the club. pro- Goes to Winnipeg D. E. Harris, rualmger of the United Grain Producers, leaves today for Winnipeg where lie will spend a week on business. DO YOU BURN COM? The Grace Coal Mine is now prepared to take care of all orders. PHONE 12SO The quality li the belt. Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS Hay and Grain! WE ARE NOW LOCATED IN THE METALS, LIMITED, BUILDING, 1221 2ND AVENUE SOUTH, PHONE 732, and we ara prepared to fill your requirements- of hay and grain, either wholesale or retail. A trial order will satisfy you to quality, price and service. have some good TIMOTHY SEED at -1ft perlb................ lUC Storage space for, rent. House- hold goods a specialty. The Saunders Hay Grain Co. MARKETS Mine Pay Day This is mine pay day. and also for the ghost to walk for the employees of the C. P. R. Merchants are very anxiously watching results today as it is the first pay day since the new dry law came into effect.' WINNIPEG GRAIN PRICES Wheat July..............115 11 October .December..... Oats- July October Flax- July 173 October 173 WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat- No. 1 N'orthern Xo. Northern I No. 3 Nonhern I :Xo. 2 Xn 3 C. "W, j 1 No. 3.................... I No. 4 I I No. 1 W. C............ I ..o. 2 C. "W............... St. Andrew's Picnic The annual picnic of St. Andrew's Sunday school will be held nest Wed-1 I nesday afternoon at Henderson park. J Cars wil! leave the church at 2 o'clock and will go direct to the park. You Don't Realize- Just how Good a Cook you are unless you use "Our Best" Ellison Milling and Elevator Co., Limited -''S Former Lethbridge Pastor t Capt. (Rev.) A. St. Gordon, son of i j the principal of Queens' university, I (and a former pastor of Kjiox jLethbridge. has been transferred from I the front to Bramshott as senior j chaplain of the division. j 117- 115 llj" 44 T4 173% Tickets for Excursion Tickets for the excursion to Sarcee camp from Letbbridge on Saturday, jjuly 29th, may be had at drug store or from Secretary Wad- dingtoii or Treasurer Blackburne of the Red Cross. The AYhole Family Will Enjoy A KODAK KODAKS to BROWNIE CAMERAS 31 to BRING YOUR FILMS FOR FINISHING. OUR WORK WILL PLEASE YOU. The Red Cross Drug Book limited PHONE 555. WEATHER Lethbridge, clear ......7S 43 Kamloops. fair........7ii 52 Edmonton, cloudy ......73 .35 Coronation, clear ......77 45 J 51 i Swift Current, clear Jifi 'Regina clear ...........S4 5S Prince Albert, clear .....7S 54 Port Arthur, clear ......70 5S Red Deer, clear.........73 43 j Calgary, clear .........7li 40 'Medicine Hat. fair .......SS 56 Moose Jaw, clear.........S.T u-i Saskatoon, clear........SO 51 Winnipeg, cloudy .....Si> 70 The weather over the prairie prov-1 luces has been mostly clear and very j warm with local showers in Manitoba. Forecast: Manitoba and Saskatche- wan, fair and warm today, a few scat- I tered thunder showers. i Alberta: Fair and on Sunday, not much change in temperature. The Vikings Robert JNIoore enlisted with the 197th Battalion today. He is a strapping young fellow of 21 years, born In Wig- tonshire. Scotland, ami who emigrated iaome years ago to this country. Pte. jiloore is now attached to the recruit- '.ins staff and goes to Barons today, where it is expected several of his j comrades will join with him. He is (well known in that district. CHICAGO FURNACES AND Sheet Metal Work Geo. K. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK GRAIN! Unequalled facilities for secur- ing reliable information regard- ing Groin. Frequent quotations. All markets. You are invited to make free use of this service. Ask for bids oil your carlote of grain. Private wires to New York, Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Baird xfe Botterell, 'Union Bank Building, Phone 1599. E. L. WYNN, Mgr. Wheat July September December 108 H 112% FRIDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES Calgary: Steers to cows to hogs, S9.50 to W0.25; sheep, to ?9.CO. Ste.ers, to 49.25; cowa, to hogs, to sheep ?6.7a-to LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAiN PRICES TRACK PRICES: Wheat................... 10? Oats 37 157% WAGON Wheat................. 96 Oats 33 Flai 138 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 6 to Fat cows, 5'% to 6. Sheep Choice killing wethers, aheared, killing erwes, shear- ed, .7. Select hogs, 150-200 Ibs, 9. Transferred to Winnipeg E. L. Wyim, who has been in charge of the commission office of Bairtl and Botterell here since it was opened last fall, received word this morning from head office in Winnipeg to report there at once as he has been trans- ferred to that office. His successor here has iiot been named. Since com- ing here Mr. Wynn has built up a large connection for the Winnipeg grain firm among the farmers ol Southern Alberta and he will be missed by the trade here. Mr. Wynn looks tor a volume of business in Southern Alberta this fall, as reports compiled by him show that the crops are pro- mjsing almost as great, a yield as a year ago. Tourists Pass Through t In spite of the fact that the roads from Waterton Lakes to Lethbridge via Cardston are not so good aa it was hoped they would be, Lethbridge is enjoying a great .deal traffic created] by tourists visiting the parks. Last night four autos arrived in the city bound north, containing American tourists -who have, visited the Glacier park in Montana, crossing into Water- ton lakes park anil coming through via Lethbridge en route to the big park at Banff. Local people arc leaving every day to spend a few days at Waterion and Glacier parks, and de- clare they are more beautiful summer than ever before. this The Anglican Excursion Church of England Sunday ols of the city are holding their TABLE BOARD Green Gables Opp. Poit Office LIME JUICE With water and sugar to sweeten, will make the most thirst- qiienchinp: beverage known. Saturday Only WE ARE OFFERING JAMAICA LIME JUICE 35c a Quart Bottle, J. D. Higiobotham Co. "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists." The Pte. Hooper goes to Coutts on Mon- iv !day for recruiting purposes and Ser- j Hobbs-Fernie and Sheldon will j :take charge of recruiting between! i Lethbridge and Calgary. By distribut- ing their forces in this way the Vik- jings expect to be busy during the next week. Now that the Vikings tent has liadj; lights installed they are in a position to do business day and night. Last night the tent was a general rendez- vous for the young fellows of the city I when Sergeant Sheldon rendered a lew selections on bis violin. Wholesale: and retail chemists .TELEPHONE NO. 322 CITY AND DISTRICT Another Clean Siatc j Police court had another clean slate (this morning, this making 12 such in the first two weeks of July. GO ON STRIKE For a xornfortable summer. Leave the baking to us. Instead of working around a hot cook stove in hot weather take ad- vantage of our bakery. Our fine light bread will please your family and you cannot bake bread for less than ours will cost you. THE MODEL BAKERY N. J. SCHWEITZER, Prop. PHONE 1175 Wholesalers' Picnic The employees of Campbell, Wilson and Home, wholesale grocers, are holding their annual picnic at the i iVct" uOitoiu lodav. Edwin a Prisoner Pte. Edwin M. Jellett, of Edmonton, who was formerly on the staff at the jofflces of the Western Canada Gas Co. I at Tjethbridge. and is well known I here, is officially reported as a prison- er of war hi Germany. He was some weeks ago reported us missing. Sapper Blake'y a Prisoner. Sapper Blakey, of'Coalhurst, who N. school- _- u I annual excursion to Brocket on Wed on the Petgan Indian reserve is one of the moat beautiful of nature's, gar- dens in Southern Alberta and one the excellent features of the excursion is that it starts at nine o'clock in the St. Mary': "ii I en I. was reported in the Herald as being J) OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S PHONE 1434. SMITH, MURPHY CO. GRAIN HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. Wrltt or phone at our expense if you have grain to handle. can assure you the best price the market will stand and give you e.ourUaui, service and prompt returns. t LETHBR1DQE OFFICE. SHERLOCK BUILDING. N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER. wounded and missing some time ago, has novr been officially reported as in Germany. He en- engineers at Calgary. ANOUNCEMENT W. A. will hold an ice morning and the train arrives back in cream social on Tuesday. July 18th, on Lethbridge at ten o'clock, thus laun of Mrs. Mockford, 12th St. riding an excellent day in the country t Xorth. without having to start too early or return too late to make the day alto- gether enjoyable. The Sunday schools of Macleod ami Taber and the pupils and staff of the Ulcforl reserve school are i.lso joining. A cordial invitation is extended to everyone. For full par-1 iculars see the advertisement in this FIRE DESTROYS MILITARY EQUIPMENT IN NEW YORK New York, July tnan was killed and several firemen were over- come by smoke in a fire which swept the New York state arsenal at Seventh avenue and 35th street late today. Large quantities of military equip- ment for the national guard were de- stroyed. Lieut.-Col. Henry A. 13ost- wick, quartermaster's department, in charge of the arsenal, estimated the loss in equipment at JTho causo of the fire, which started in the carpenters' shop, has not been determined. Among the stores destroyed wore 500 rifles, five motor trucks ami sup- plies of clothing, shoes, blankets and tentage. WATERTON LAKES Pleasure Resort Waterton Lakes Hotel now open for Tourists, Roadi In good condition via Pincher Creek or Cardston. J.' HAZZARD, Prop. Garden Fete Dr. Conybcare's Residence, Kiverview July 19, Afternoon and .Evening COMMENCING AT PERCENTAGE OF PROCEEDS TO GO TO SERBIAN RELIEF AND THE I. Q. D. E. FUNDS. AMUSEMENTS, COMPETITIONS, TEA, ICE CREAM AND SOFT DRINKS. MUSIC, CARDS AND DANCING IN THE EVENING. A SPECIAI- INVITATION IS'GIVEN TO THE CHILDREN. Admission: Free; KOc, HOW ABOUT IT? L GLOVES" AND BATS T At Half Price. Lawn Tennis Kacqucts and Nets 25 Dis. Lawn Tennis 15alh. doz. Each 35c. (-'roquet Sets at all Prices. Loss 25% Wall Papers and Mountings HALF PRICE We are mo vino and so must the, stock. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE PHONE -1265; NEXT TO LETHBRIDGE HOTEL' Crops Splendid Fred W. Downer's recent trip with Geo. Sfacey to the'Foremost country was an eye: opener..' Tne day's, run covered nearly 250 miles and em- braced practically all the'country east to Bow Island and south to Foremost. Mr. Downer says the-grafn looks mag- nificent and there is- every prospect of as heavy a crop as year.'Fora- most is very busy. Farmers are un- loading there all the time and-it is not likely that all "of "the 1015 crop will he out before the crop start to move. RUBBER STAMPS ;Mado In Lethbridge liy ths Herald Job Departmc-lt Phone 1252. Palace Hotel, Taber A GOOD HOTEL; THAT CAN BE RUN WITHOUT A Two New 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.