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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta Prdde of Alberta The Smile That Won't Come Off Is Worn by users of Taylor Made Mother's Favorite Gooseberries, Sour Cherries, Raspberries, Kenora Blueberries JVONV is (lie time to place your order for these. We are receiving ship- ments direct. fill all preserving orders taken ahead when price and quality are the best. We 'expect Sour Cherries and Blueberries to start coming in this week. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 525 CITY -AN 1> IHSTKICT New Grain Manager Mr. Gerald rotighlin, assistant man-j ager for Bairil and Bottvrell at Oul-j yary. in (he rity Saturday to take charge of their loaVi office till the new manager 1ms been appointed. Protecting Big Bridge Quite a large contract has been the C. P. R. here in j construct iiii; protective breakwaters in the river at the big bridge. The j high water last month threatened to cut away the bank? and undermine j the piers, necessitating some form of! protection. KITCHENER'S MOB oTa soldier at the front "to appear absolutely uncensored. Price THE KENNY ALLIN Cq, Ltd- NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1487. Fruit Convention The British Columbia Fruit Grow- ers' association are holding an annual meeting at Penucion, B. C., July 20- [21. and the Lethbrldge Herald has i been asked to extend an invitation to all delegates (he Western i Canada Irrigation association conven- tion at Kamloops, July L'5-27, to make their trip a little earlier and be pres- ent at the British Columbia Fruit Growers' meeting at Pent id on. 00 YOU BUI COM? The Grace Coal Mine Is now prepared to take cars of all orders. PHONE 1250 The quality is the best. Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS When You Want FEED Phone 732 Baled or Loose Hay Delivered Promptly. The Sauuders Hay Grain Co. I, FURNACES AND Sheet Metal Work Close 1161-. 42-4 174 1T6U WINNIPEG Wheat Open July..............IHU Oct..............11S Dec. .........H3U Oats July.............. 45s Oct.............. Flax July........... Oct............ IT" Xov. Winnipeg Caa No. 1 Northern Xo. 2 Korthenr 114VJ 3 Nortlienr ITll-r- Oats Xo. 2 C. W. No- 0 C.W. Barley Xo. 3 75. Xo. 4 71. Flax Xo. 1 X.W.C. Xo: i! C. 170 3-S I ..Chicago 'July.............HI'S 111% 'Sept............114 112% 115% Is Now Prisoner of War j Cain. Rev, A. G. Wilkiii, chaplaih iviih [hf Canadian forces, who figured j prominently in dispatches some weeks 1 ago and was thought at first to have been killed, and was later reported j missing, is now reported to be a I I prisoner of war at Gutterslob. Be-; j fore enlisting he was the South berta Anglican missionary at Row j Island and Foremost. The Whole Family Enjoy A KODAK KODAKS 57.00 to ?50.00. BROWNIE S1 to BHIXU YOUR FILMS FOR FI.NISHIXG. OUR WORK WILL 1'LKASE YOU. Tke Red Cross Drug Beok Co., Liaiiied PHONE 555. CITY AND DISTHICT Chinook Club Changes At a meeting ot' the Chinook Club members Saturday it was decided to transform tlio billiard rooms into an ice cream and tea pur lor whore ladies will be welcomed. Woo! Suyers Here j W. B. Jordan and Chus. S. New- hall, both representing Boston wool buyers, are in the i-ity for the big j wool sale to be held here Wednesday' by iJio South Alberta Wool U rowers association. City Sweltered Yesterday Though the official figures from the observing station at the Experimental Farm do not say it, the local ther- mometers about town yesterday re- gistered to in the shade for the hottest day of the year. At a.m. thermometers in the sun stood at 10S, j and the city sweltered. In the after- j noon a breexe sprang up that was a i life saver. La5t night Cardsion was visited by a very heavy rain, which held autoists visiting Waterton Lakes 1. there over night. Aldersfde reports a [very bad wind .storm. Some rain Cell I jhere. Today the sky is 'and prospects are for rain. A whole 1 day's rain is just what the south needs now. You Don't Realize- Just how Good a Cook you are unless you use "Our Best" Ellison Milling and Elevator Co., Limited Not Lieut. Godwin The name of Lieut. A. Godwin of the artillery, who enlisted from Ottawa, j appears in the casualty list Issued on Saturday as "killed in action." Many j local people have been led to believe I that this is IJeut. John Godwin, a brother of Lieut. Magrath Godwin. i who was killed in action recently. Lieut. J. Godwin enlisted at Ottawa. jHe'ia a native of Lethbrklge, being the son of Mr. Godwin, at one tini' manager of the Union Rank here, aud is a nephew of C. A. Magrath, ex-M.P. Minneapolis LOCAL MARKETS Regatta Wednesday An open regatta will be held at the lake this Wednesday'afternoon. The i sailing races will be pulled off earlier j in the afternoon and the other sports j j about r, o'clock. .Medals were to have been awarded at the last regatta but! the wind was so bad and the entries so few that it was decided to hold 1 I them over. They will be awarded this time however. Geo. K. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD pLOCK LOCAL GRAIN PRICES TRACK PRICES: Wheat.................. IDlVi i Oats.................... Si'.a I Flax.................... 157% i WAGON Wheat 96 Oats 33 JFlax 138 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, G to Fat cows. 5% to 6. Sheep Choice tilling wethers, sheared. killing ewes, shear- i ed, 1. j Select hogs, 150-200 Ibs, 9. -Salvation Army The handsome sum of 5253.05 was taken in by the Salvation Army on the tag day held Saturday in aid of the maintenance of the soldier's rest j but at Sarcee camp. Ensign Richard- son and the other officers ot the local j corps wish to express their apprecia- ition for the hearty support given by j 1 the public to this worthy object. En- sign Richardson and wife, who have been transferred to Regina, will leave; here on Thursday.. Tuesday night be- j ing Ensign Richardson's last public I meeting. Ensign and Mrs. Muttart of, Medicine Hat succeed them here.! They will arrive Wednesday. HotWeather Headache Can be cured instantly with one of Higinbotharii's MAGIC HEADACHE WAFERS 2oc a box of 12. KEEP THEM HANDY J. D. Higinbotham Co. "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists." The Wholesale and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 Will Take Plebiscite At (his morning's meeting of the j council a resolution was passed, I without discussion, requesting the city 'dork to keep in mind the proposal 'made by the Gait hospital board the Bother day to have a plebiscite taken I i of the ratepayers of Lcihbridge on i the matter of free hospitals when i next the citizens are called upon to to the polls on some other matter. The com mission ers were all quite i agreeable that tlie voice of the people on this question should be heard. Thd" i bylaw for the proposed filtration plant rlias been submitted by the city so- lidtor but was not dealt with by the council this morniiig. It will have to go to Edmonton and have the ap- jprovat of the board of public utilities j before it is submitted to vote of i the people. STRIKE Railway Corps Recruiting for the 233th Railway Construction Corps started with a flourish on Saturday. The following well known C. P. R. engineers, Ilec- tor Fitzgerald, William Hampton, For a comfortable 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 canriot bake bread lor less than ours will cost you. THE MODEL BAKERY N. J. sfcHWEITZER, Prop. PHONE 1175 Joseph Fage and Seth Partridge have HONQR KNJGHT, AGED 18, signed up. together with William Coops of the building and bridge de- RECEIVED 78 WOUNDS. partment. Splendid opportunities arc _ offered for teamsters, carpenters. trackmen and pick and shovel men. Pans-The joungest I Men -will be sent forward immediate- the Legion of Honor !ly, free transportation and tourist sleeping car accommodation direct to Knight of is Fernanrt Fiile of Marseilles. Only eighteen of age, he has Just been j the mobilization headquarters. For j awarded the coveted decoration. _' all information apply quick to Fred j wheu the Germans were, overrun- Dowuer, .Victoria Mansions, Leth- ning Belgium at the beginning bridge. If you want to get to the war young Pillu ieCt home and line in a hurry enlist now in j enlisted in the army of'King Albert. I the 239th Railway Construction corps. I He was 'wounded soon, afterwards. GRAIN! .Unequalled faculties for secur- ing reliable information regard- ing Grain. Frequent quotations. markets. are invited to make free If this service. Ask for. bids mr carlota of grain. ivate wires to New York, Chi- 'eago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Baird Union Bank Building, Phone 1599. G. COUGHLIN, Mgr. Couple Nearly Drown Some day r. serious accident is go- WDFI! and upon his recovery, although still under seventeen, becamo a volunteer in a French regiment. He was wounded at LingckopC while gallantly leading bis cum- nftles to the attack, his body re-' eciving- seventy-eight, shell splinters.- His life was saved but. lie losi aa arm and an eye. Me had already received the Mil- itary Medal and the War Cross when the French Government decided lo make him a Knight of the Legion. f Faffray. B. C.. July 6.30 o'clock tonight wind approaching a ing to happen out at Henderson Park :nurricanfi swent tha lake just because some foolish young trees doing otliei.