Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta OUR MON7 WILL PIE C PIE C MAY MONT emit SWEE crat STRA prict CALIF per PLUM PLUM GOOS TO OL will ne taking radius Pr of berta The Smile That Wont Come Off Is Worn by users of Taylor Made Mot he PI 1 Your Week-end Grocery List will be well filled if you send it here OUR FRESH FRUITS ARE DELICIQUS, COMEf DIRECT FROM THE GROWERS. MAY DUKE, MONTMORENCY AND SWEET CHERRIES ARE NOW IN, AND AT THEIR BEST. STRAWBERRIES WILL SOON BE OVER. Some of our Week-end Specials PIE CHERRIES, i baskets for 35c PIE CHERRIES, nor crate. 24 baskets MAY DUKE CHERRIES, in L'U Ib. crates, crate S3.00 MONTMORENCY CHERRIES, in 4 basket crates, per crate SWEET WINDSOR CHERRIES, in 4 basket per i-rate STRAWBERRIES, arriving daily, lowest market price. CALIFORNIA PEACHES, verv fine 1'or slicing. t 60c PLUMS, blue, per basket 75c PLUMS, red, per basket................... 60c GOOSEBERRIES, quart baskets, per basket 15c TO OUT OF TOWN CUSTOMERS-As harvesting a need quite a bill of goods, let US figure with y taking advantage of our special prices. On a radius of 100 miles, to your nearest railway station. APPLES, now slock, very fine. 3 Ibs. for 26c ORANGES, special lot, 2 doz............... 45c OLIVES, in per piut CHRISTIE'S DARK FRUIT CAKE, per Ib. ooc CHRISTIE'S SULTANA CAKE, per Ib......30c ROBIN HOOD ROLLED OATS, ill tubes, roe. special per tube 20c COOKED MEATS SLICED ROAST PORK with dressing. Hniled Haul and Corned teef. sliced, per 10c VEAL LOAF, sliced, per Ib................. 25o PEAMEALED BACK BACON, sliced, per Ib. 30c In Piece, per Ib........................... 28c PEAMEAL ROLLS, sliced, per Ib.......... 26c Whole or Half, per Ib.................... PICNIC HAMS, whole Hams, special per Ib. 22c nd threshing will soon be here and no doubt you ou, and WE can show you where you can save order we will prepay all freight Charges within a THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES You Don't Just how Good a Cook you are unless you use "Our Best" Ellison Milling and Elevator Co., Limited SWAT THE FLY! As lonq as they last we are giving away to every purchaser a FLY SWATTER FREE. Come early and get yours. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1487. What the Press Agents Say At the Majestic- Hail Insurance Lit us place your risk. We guar- antee reliability of the Company and FAIR Don't de- it now. R. V. Gibbons Co. Balmoral Block, Lethbridge, Phone 1191 MARKETS THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Open July "5% Oct Dec lllte July 43% iOct 41S Barley ;0ct IJnly 169ii iOct. j.Vov Winnipeg Cash Prices J j When You Want FEED Phone 732 Baled or Loose Hay Delivered Promptly. The Saunders Hay Grain Co. Xo. 1 Xorthern Xo. '2 Northern No. 3 Northern No. 4 No. 5 I ;N'o. 2 C. W jNo. 3 C. W j Extra 1 Feed !No. 1 Peed iNo. 5 Feed j I No. 3 No. 4 Rejected ana Feed j Flax VN. C. j No. 2 C. W. i '-play? -may come ami plays nuiy go. I but "linclo Tom's Cauin" is with us j torever" has riec'omp 11 hi j I theatrical profession, tor thirty year? j of solid unbroken success have more than provpu tlic trnlh ot ilie i 11 nient. With the present tour of the J i Burmim mid Aylesworth production ol Harriet needier Stowe's immortal j story all records for the season have been 1-roken. To these producers is due no small measure of the creilit.' for they have equipped tlieir preseuta-1 tiou'of "Uncle Tom's Cabin11 with at lavish scenic investiture. AH tho ell-j doaring old features of tho play have j been retained. -ill. the famous old] 113% I characters nightly again bring OacK j pleasanr. memories ot- years gone by. Lawyer Marks. t'Jicle Tom. Phineas Fletcher. Little Eva. who causes many a tear, quaint little Topsy, who is the embodiment of .mischief, and who swears by ail that's good and true that she never was born but "just Simon Legree. whose ap- pearance is always greeted by der- isive hisses, and the many other familiar characters will again all be seen. Close us 44U 170U m 172 US new. 11231 107Vi At Stai-land Let Your Skin "Breathe" by keeping the pores free from impurities. When the pores are clogged your skin cannot breathe and a muddy complex- ion is bound to result. Xyal's Massage Cream will cleanse the pores and let out that oily substance which poisons the skin. Use it freely at this season if you would enjoy the charm of a fair complexion. A GENEROUS SIZED JAR 25 Also use NYAL'S FACE CREAM To prevent and to relieve sun- burn. 25c, 50c 75c jars. Tke Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited CITY AND DISTBJCTJ A Taber Company The Tabcr Drug Stationery Co.; has been with a capSUil j Of Masonic .Meeting Xo. 39, F. A. M. will meet in the lodge rooms this evening. Tlie second degree will be contVi-red. Visiting brethren cordially invited. Government Appointments John C. ilcKinnon, KinnoJiihilc ami j Jos, n. dc llnrt. Coalhursi. have been; appointed commissioners fur affidavits. G. H. Barons, has been appointeil rt stock iuaiJeuioi. i 0. 0. F. Meeting Lethbridge Eiicampnient Xo. 7P I. j O. O. R will confer the Golden Rule j and Royal Purple decrees ;it (lie res-j ular meeting tonight in Oddfellow's j i hall. Ali members requested 10 ai-; loiiil. Visiting members cordially in-; vited. i I For Belgian Relief A. Jiuchanaii, >r. P.. es the receipt of from Sirs. 1J. 1-MacXeH, -Mrs. J. D. Keith and Jlrs. i Wm. Bcrridge, foftliis cou- jcert held at Coalhurst for the Belgian Relief. r i.Tuly I Sept.' iDec l.luly '.Sept: Chicago Wheat Minneapolis Wheat 315Vi j THE VIKINGS _ v i The Vikings yesterday again scored I ,a success. Three fine specimens .of I manhood signed up to go with the j machine gun section. They-were very anxious to know if there was a pos- sible chance of. their going to the i firing line. "We want to get Into the thay said. Upon being assur- ed that machine gun section, was certain to he lined up in company with their big brother guns, the 15 inch and their sister guns, tlie French that they would have their chance to! plaj the National air "In the air" the grand finale "while marching to j Berlin' they eagerly accepted this arid went to Camp Hughes where the Mkmga are in training. The Vikings have still a few vac- ancies, for machine gun men, signal- lers and bandsmen. Any one desirous of joining this famous battalion can sign on at the recruiting tent which is situated at Gait Suuare. Old Country Passen- gers, Attention! We can offer you excellent ac- commodation at a very low rate. Our steamers are large twin screw and up to date. Montreal-Glasgow Sailings 12 fSATURNIA Aug. 19 Aug. 26 Passengers only. Rate jCgbin and 3rd class. For rates and other information ap- ply any Railroad or Steamship Ag- ent, or DONALDSON LINE H. E. LIDMAiy, General-Agent, Winnipeg, 333 Main St. Ph. M5312 Vancouver, 531 Granville St. Tlie first of the Pathe programs, which was shown at Sta'rland yester- j 44 day and will be shown again for the 43% last times tonight, amply justified expectations, and is one of the finest j 4334 [programs ever shown in the city. The j t great five-reel feature "The Girl with j Green featuring the popular 75 j stars. Katiierine Kaelred and Julian 71 Vi iL'Batrange is certainly a masterpiece j j and well worth seeing. The story is j one of a jealous wife whose unfounded j 170 I jealousy of her husband nearly wrecks 167 two lives. The picturization of this great Clyde Pitch drama Is one of tho 11414 most elaborate ever offered to a Letli-1 i bridge audience. j 117% j On Friday the ever popular and I inimitable -lohn Barrymore "Will be [present iu another five'reel, mirth pro-1 IIS ducing comedy drama, "The Lost HSU j Bridegroom." .lohn has played every-; ___ thing from a Balkan. Prince to a hobo jn recent productions at Starland. hut this is the first time he has appeared as a crook. n At the Empress The Red Feather feature. Brigadier j Gerard, featuring Lewis Waller, will ;he shown for the last time tonight. iT'or tomorrow and Saturday there will ihe the Bluebird feature, "A Son of tlie Immortals." "A Son of the Immortals" wasfwrit- ten by Luitis Tracy and put: into i working shape by Bertram Grassby. central character is Prince Alexis, ruler of Kosnovia. because of his father's voluntary abdication. Tho i prince is in love with an American artist. Kosnovia was previously lord- led over by (lie army, but Alexis in- stitutes a new, a gentler regime. .4, Have you smoked Cigars lately? "Nobleman" That antelope can be bred in cap- tivity lias been demonstrated by Keu- bcn Uoyd, of Davidson, Saskatche- wan, who has a small herd-in an en- closure of ten aci-Bs on his (farm. Just a little over a month ago on June CHAPLIN IN "POLICE" twin antelopeiwere born ou the farm London, July 19.-TIie government! Those who believe that Chaplin's Jlr hopes to establish, be- sustained a technical defeat in the 'abilities are limited to the mallet, (he house of commons tonight, when an 'kick and the At the GOVERNMENT DEFEATED TheKiddies Don t Cry when you give them A Consolidated School District The Rolling Prairie School District No. 2422, The DufferJn School District i No. 2806, The Deeo Water School Xo. ami The. Ocean Wave i School District Ko. all of the i Province of Alberta, have been erecretl into a Consolidated School district ..under the name of The Lotnoiul Con- solidated School District No. 20 of the Province of Alberta. For the Children JAPANESE FLYING BIRDS ONE WITH EACH PURCHASE OF NYAL'S GOODS We have hundreds of Nyal's ex- cellent Face Creams, Toilet Articles, Talcum, Stationery, Patent Medicines, cts. THE KIDDIES WON'T BE HAPPY TILL THEY GET ONE. Come Early Friday and Saturday Frank Hediey Drug Co. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Castdr Oil (AROMATIC) contains the laxative properties of Castor Oil Without its naus- eating effect. 25c a bottle. SOLD ONLY BY j. D. Higinbotham Co. "Alberta's Pioneer Druogists." The Start Wholesale, and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 New Ensign Here j Ensign Richardson and llrs. Rich-1 ardson of the Salvation Army, who have been in charge of the local corps J for the past year or a little more, j leave today Regina, where they j have been transferred. Ensign and j Muttart, of Medicine Hat, sue-j ceed them here, having arrived last nlgUt.vThey held their first public j meeting last night and were well re- j ceivcd. GENERAL OKA DEAD FURNACES Sheet Metal Work Gco. B, 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 to make frea use of this service. Ask for bids on your carlots grain. private wires to New York, Chi- cago, j____A. _ _ Bainl Bottercll, Union Phone 1599. G. COUGHLIN, Mgr. AUCTIO SALE ACTING UNDER INSTRUC- TIONS FROM THE TRUSTS GUARANTEE CO., LIMITED, ADMINISTRATORS 'OF THE ESTATE OF THE LATE JER- MERY CARROLL, 1 will sell at his late residence, which is the south-cast quarter of 36-9-244, being situated at the McNabb crossing-of the C. P. R. on the main road from Leth- bridge to Monarch, one mile west ol Kipp station, On Monday, July 2J AT 3 O'CLOCK SHARP Contents of shack, mower, rake, buggy, hay rack, two horse wagonTwagon box, sulky plow, 2 section harrow, lot of harness, small tools for barn and garden, clothing, including fur coat, 2 stoves, 1 horse, 3 mules and 2 hogs. TERMS OF SALE: CASH. J. A. SMITH, AUCTIONEER. Toliio. July nosuke Oka, who was minister of war placing retired soldiers on tho land, jigain in inio-lfi, died tliis morning. SWEDISH AVIATORS KI.LLED Stockholm, via London, July Two Swedisli flight lieutenants. Mann- i stroeni and Kruaa, were killed today while engaged in a flight., Tlieir ma- chine fell from a height foot Sergt.-llajor Neil McKinley, of Moncton, has been mentioned for the D. C. .M. HAIL INSURANCE -STRONGEST BOARD COMPANIES, APPROVED BY ALL BANK.j The Alberta Securities, riALMORAL BLOCK. LETHBRIDGE, PHONE 1245 amendment to a bill dealing with the should see tills pi facing of relied soldiers oil tlie llsillusioned. They will see a touch and insisting that land should he ac- of heart internet just, at the end of cmired for this purpose in Wales, was; the subject, and they will see that 1 me o e spinal curvature- walk, i these timii s picture. They will be I swltt animals m captivity. In anlcloi.e which Jlr as in captivity, he as a pair "isM o beautiful fawn carried by a vote of 51 to Ili. This stock of panlomine includes amendment was opposed by the gov- 1 pathos as well as fooling. eminent. VAUDEVILLE Monday Only 5 Standard and up to the minutp Melody Em- my and his and Coleman; ventriloquist. PRICES: 25c, adults 3oc; Evening prices 50 cents to all. Open with Children 25 cts. Adults 35 cts. Hut. of course, the picture IB mainly horseplay, beginning with Char-. 'He's exit from prison, and ending with jhis flight from a policeman. The cen- Itral Incident is the burglarizing of a house, and it is ludicrous in the ex- itreme. Here all the well known tricks are brought iniu piay. j Rexall Keep the bowels! regular and healthy. Their action is i I gentle, mild and soothing. Sold only j Jby Rexall Drug Stores, 13c and 25c boxes. .1. D. HiginbfitJiam Co., Lim-1 ited, j HAIL INSURANCE Write your insurance in The Hartford, Westehester or Unit- ed. Assets We will rake your note until fall. We also have the agency for_ Case Threshinfl Machinery. Write or call for information. M. P. Johnston Co. ALBERTA BLOCK. Have you Cigars lately? smoked "Nobleman1 Have you Cigars lately? smoked MONSTER AUCTION SALE of Furniture and Housefurnishings ON SATURDAY, JULY 22nd MK. W. L. WILSON will sell by auction our complete stock of beautiful new fiiriiitiii'e, carpets anil d oppoH unity of a lit'ctime is here when the doors arc thrown open at 2 p. m., to secure your house furnishing needs at YOUR OWN PRICES POSITIVELY NOTHING HELD BACK. ALL THIS' STOCK OF SPARKLING NEW FURNITURE, ETC., WILL BE PLACED BEFORE YOU BY MR. WILSON AND YOU ARE THE JUDGE. REMEMBER THE DATE OF SALE, JULY 22ND, AT 2 P. M. AND AGAIN AT 7.30 P. M. BE EARLY, .THERE WILL BE A CROWD. STANDARD FURNITURE CO. TERMS CASH. DOMINION BLOCK.