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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR a Day Hotel in Alberta Pride of Alberta x The Smile That Won't Come Off Is Worn by users of Taylor Made Mother's Favorite Your Week-end Grocery List will be well filled if you send it here OUR FRESH FRUITS ARE DELICIOUS. COMEf DIRECT FROM oTR MONTMOKENCY AND SWEtT CHERRIES ARE NOW IN, AND AT THEIR BEST. STRAWBERRIES WILL SOON BE OVER. Some of our Week-end Specials CARRIES. baskets for 3Bc III OLIVES, In hulk, per pint................... 25c CHRISTIE'S DARK FRUIT CAKE, per Ib. 35c CHRISTIE'S SULTANA CAKE, per !b...... 30c ROBIN HOOD ROLLED OATS. In tubes, res. -r.c. special per lube COOKED MEATS SLICED ROAST PORK with dressing. Boiled Ham and l'iimed Hei'f, sliced, per Ib................ 10c VEAL LOAF, sliced, per Ib................. 25c PEAMEALED BACK BACON, sliced, per Ib. 30c I n Piece, per PEAMEAL ROLLS, sliced, per Ib.......... 26c Whole or Half, per Hi.................... 25c PICNIC HAMS, whole Hams, special per Ib. 22c 35c PIE CHERRIES, per crate. 24 baskets ?3.75 MAY DUKE CHERRIES, in a> Hi. crales. per i-rati' MONTMOFJENCY CHERRIES, in 4 basket crates. per eraie SWEET WINDSOR CHERRIES, in 4 basket uarket mites, per mitt STRAWBERRIES, arriving daily, lowest CALIFORNIA PEAOHES. very Hue for slicing. per basket PLUMS, blue, per basket "c PLUMS, red. per basket 60c GOOSEBERRIES, quart baskets, per basket I5c TO OUT OF TOWN CUSTOMERS-As harvesting and threshing will soon be here and no doubt you will need quite a bill of goods, let US figure with. you. and WE can show you where you can save taking advantage of our special prices. On a SK.CO order we will prepay all freight charges within a radius of 100 miles, to your nearest railway station. 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 long as thev last we are giving away to every purchaser a FLY FREE. Come early and get yours. THE KENNY ALLIN Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE US7. WELSH-WHITE FlpHT IS CALLED OFF .Minneapolis, July The Welsh-White fight whicli was to take place tonight, cal- ted off. it is announced. DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. P. R. Freight PHONES: Office Stable! ARKETS CITY AND DISTRICT St. Cyprian's Tennis Club The St. Cyprian's Tennis Club will meet tomorrow afternoon at '3.30 on the grounds of-the club. FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES H. G. KILNER SHOE STORE 114 13th Street North Repairs Neatly Executed COAL AND TRANSFER C.O.D. I July..... iOct...... (Dec...... I 'July I Oct. Oct...... ljuly..... Get...... Nov...... Open 117% 115 441 172 173 New Lunch Counter Messrs Aiulison and lligcinE. two well known men of the city. i have opened a lunch counter, cigar j stand and soft drink emporium at Mil "uli St. S- Special music is uro- Ivideii at all times. This is to be i Unown as "The Alberta.'1 115 113% 44V, 42 Hail at Milk River According to the C. P. R- reports, the hall storm at -Milk Hiver on Tues- day morning resulted in a or, per cent, loss 50 per cent, loss on 300 acres and total loss on acres, on sections 14. 1.7> and 16. REGRETS A Denver man tells of one Western- er's opinion of the East. It appears Ibat hart occasion to visit New York, a city he had never seen. He remained for a week or two longer than he had expected, and, in writinc of his experiences to his wife in the West, he said: '-'New York City is a great city, but I do wish I had conic vhere before I was naut. i Winnipeg Prices I i No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern i No. Northern ,'Xo. 2 C. W................. S C. V.'.................. i 4 I No. 1 X. W. No. 2 C. W.................. 111% July Sept Dec GOLD............... I groped beneath a rainbow. Searching for crocks of gold: But all I found was rain-wet grain Rising'from soft black mold: Jris. the fay, now'tu'rnerl'to mist Of formless gray and amethyst. And then a sunburst freshet Swept from my heart all care: And, strange, the sodden field revealed -Rich treasure everywhere: What gold of. rainbow ever shone Bright as this grain my hands had sown? Butler Giaenzer in Life. Chicago Wheat lUJi iis-% Minneapolis Wheat HS'l LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES H. 3. Co. Official J. 3. Braidv.ood. inspecting officer of the Hudson's Bay Co. was m the city 'yesterday from Vancouver. The company satisfied with tile in- creasing volume of business in Leth- bridge, and will continue their present energetic policy in the city. Coal Operators Meetipg The Western Canada Coal Operators I -ISysiluyt in Calgary yesterday and discus- i sed the labor 'situation. No announce- 75 jment was made as to the next proposal j !to he considered between the owners i land the men. hut the Herald under-j 17.5U I stands the operators'decided on two I with which to meet the j miners when the latter come to them j with their new proposition for sett-, !'ing the wage controversy. HSls 1 Attended Farmers' Picnic j I Hon. A. .1. -Maclean, provincial sec-, i relary was in the city today. This wee'x j attended a farmers' picnic on the j farm of Hon. Duncan Marshall, near l'S% I olds. Over seven hundred people I were present. Among the distinguished guests were the TJeutcnantyGovernor, Hon. Wilfrid Gariepy and Dr. -M. Clark, M. P. 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. Ayal's Massage Cream snd let ce which wit! cleanse the pcres out that oily substan poisons the skin. Use it freely at this season if you would e'njoy 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 Drag Book Co., Limited WEATHER tiS SS SS "1 S4 SI 42 IS 51 SS 51 Lethbridge, clear Katnloons Moose Jaw, clear Port Arthur, clear Nelson Brandon, fair licgimi, clear KUmonton, cloudy Calgary, fair Jledicine Hilt, fair Switf Current, clear Portage, clear I'rinco Albert, fair lied Deer Winnipeg, clear si -12 The weather over the prairie prov- inces 1ms been fine and warm. Forecast: All west fair tdday and on Saturday with about the same temperature. RAILWAY CORPS 5'1 6n The Kiddies Don't Cry when you give them TRACK PRICES: Wheat............ Oats flax "Wagon Wheat Oats............ I Flax i SfiVs 156 102% 3ti LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES 86.40 to S6.S5; heifers ?5-75 to ?2.50'to 510.25 to sheen SS.75 to 59.00. ?S.90: cows to hogs to 510; jad, 7. sheep to Select hoga, 150-200 Ibs. 9. 6 to Fat cows, to 6. Sheep Choice killing wethers, sheared, killing ewes, shear- WHERE TO GO FOR Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE 762 Wants Position City Clerk Oliver, who is secretary of the Khaki League, is anxious to 'secure a position for Pte. Fred Jack- 1 son of the 61st Battery .wlio .returned i from Petawawa the other day having received his discharge or, acount of 1 rheumatism. Pte. P. C. Harris of the filst is also In the city on a three i weeks' furlough owing to the. illness jof his'wife who is in the hospital. H jis possible Pte. Harris may'transfer I to the 78th' Battery. 1 Recruits Wanted for A. M. C. Pie. C. A. Sliippobotham, who was put out of-business in the lighting zone in France last year has recovered from his wounds and has reenlisied in the Army Medical Corps. He. is now re- cruiting for the unit, for which 201) men are wanted at once. Prospective recruits shouU see him at his address 120S Oth Ave. S. Castor Oil (AROMATIC) contains the laxative properties of Castor Oil without its naus- eating effect. 25c a bottle SOLD ONLY BY J. D. Higinbotham Co. "Albert-3's Pioneer Druggists." The The recruiting office of the 230th Battalion at the Victoria Mansions is Ulie busiest place in the city, signing on recruits and giving information to others that intend enlisting. Among those that were attested yesterday appear the names of W. J. Shields, one of the most prominent! locomotive engineers running out of, Lethbrirtge; also Martin Ward, of the C. P. R. bridge and building depart-; J> 1 ment. anil Harry Roger Fuller, a rail-' 'road contractor, together with James I Brown of Champion, and Jules Van. Besiin both prominent in railroad construction work. "Billy" Carnill is giving valuable assistance to his new j battalion, the 23Sth, by helping to se- cure recruits. I Recruiting Officer Fred W. Downer i is always on the jo'o anil invites all I railroad men from the pick and shovel man to the highest official to come to J his office in the Victoria Mansions and get the desired information about the 239th Battalion, the Railroad Con-, struction Corps, who are the boys that j will assist the allies by keeping thorn supplied by rapid transit with ammr inition to keep the guns firing at ful ;capacity on all fronts. !A THE VIKINGS The 197th Vikings of Canada arc j istill keeping up their good work in; 'recruiting. They sent another recruit, !into Camp Hughes on the 12.55 train j this morning. The hoys are always i on the job and once they get a lineup on a prospect ha seldom gets away! from them. When onco they get I across if they persist in chasing the Huns as diligently as they are chasing j recruits here, they arc bound to get! their share of German scalps. FREE Tor 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, ets. THE KIDDIES WON'T BE HAPPY TILL THEY GET ONE. Come Early Friday and Saturday Frank Hedley Drug Co. LETHBRIDGE, ALT A. (r When You Want FEED Rhone 732 Baled or Loose Hay Delivered Promptly. The Saiuidcrs Hay Grain Co. Unequalled VAUDEVILLE 5 Standard and up to the minute The Melody Karl Em- my and his Stanley Kimberly and Harry Coleman, ventriloquist. PRICES: Children 25c. adults 3Sc; Evening prices 50 cents to all. Open -witli Prices: Children cts. Adults cts. NOT TO BE BEATEN A Highlander who prided himself i on being able to piny any tune on i the pipes p-rchnd hlmmdf on the side, of on'.' of his native hills one Sunday morning anil commenced blowing for f.ll he wa's worfh. Presently Hie minister came along j 'and foing tip to 'MacDoucail with iintenlion of severely reprimanding him. asked in a very iiarsh j "MacDougail. do you know th.j Ten] j .MacDougail scratched his chin i '.a. moment, and then. In an equally I harsh voice. Raid: i "D'ye think you've heat me? Just .whistle the first three or four bars, ,Und I'll, hae a try at Companion. Wholesale and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO? 322 The FURNACES AND Sheet Metal Work Geo. E. Dixon Cu., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER AT GREEN GABLES 50c I HAIL INSURANCE Write your insurance in The Har'ford, Westchester or Unit- ed. Assets We will take your'note until fall. We also have the agency for Case Threshind Machinery. Write or. call, for information. M. P. Johnston Co. ALBERTA BLOCK. AUCTION SALE ACTING UNDER INSTRUC- TIONS FROM THE TRUSTS i GUARANTEE COi, LIMITED, ADMINISTRATORS OF THE ESTATE OF THE. LATE JER- MERY CARROLL, I will sell at his late residence, which is the south-east quarter of 36-9-24-4, being situated at the McNabb crossing of the C. P. R. on the main road from Leth- bridge to Monarch, one mile west ol Klpp station, On Monday, July 24, AT 3 O'CLOCK SHARP Contents of shack, rake, buggy, hay rack, two horse wagon, wagon box, sulky plow, section hajrow, lot of harness, small tools'for barn and garden, clothing, including fur coat, Z stoves, 1 horse, 3 mules and 2 hogs. TERMS OF SALE: CASH. J. A. SMITH, AUCTIONEER. SALT AND WATER CURE Better for Wounds Tnan Bandies and Antiseptics, British Find jLimdi Counter and Soft Drink Parlor CIGARS, ;IIIGGIXS, Proprietors, 5TH STREET SOUTH GIVE US A CALL London. .Inly A saline solution for treating wounds invented by Kir i Almrolli Wright is coining into al- most universal use on the British j sluV On the field of battle and dnr- j ing transport the wound must he covered up in thn old way with lint I and antiseptics, but ns soon as the j patient reaches :l hospilal the lint is stripped off and is not replaced. In- stead a mixture of sail and water is allowed lo flow, drop by drop, over the wound day and night, cleaning and healing at. tin' name lime. The antiseptic system aimed nl killing the germ of pntrefaclion; the sallliewoliillon system not only KS away any germs lhat. are. Ihero, but prevents others coming into ex- istence. A cradle keeps the bedclothes away from llio wound. The salt .and witter solution is carried lo the spot through I on India rubber tube, and nature does Hie rest. Such irrigation is much less pain- ful and Is more comforting than I antiseptic bandages. BIG Monday Only If 1 tl vei Evening Prices 50o. VAUDEVILLE FRUIT SPECIALS FOR TOMORROW ONLY New Harvest Apples, 4 Ibs. fov _J2_5c. -25c varieties, per bnx'aiid np5Qc All fresh itiul No. 1 quality The PALACE CONFECTIONERY AND ICE CREAM PARLOR COR. 4TH AVE., 5TH STREET SOUTH ;