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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTtNG HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta Maid Fit for a A Shipment of Cherries Just Arrived SINGS MONTMOfiENCY, AND MAY DUKES, AND ARE NOW AT THEIR BEST. WE ALSO EX- PECT BLUEBERRIES IN THIS WEEK. RASPBERRIES ARE stARTING TO COME IN QUITE FREE- LY. AND STILL A FEW STRAWBERRIES ARRIVING DAILY. BING CHERRIES, per' I Iiaskt't criiu MONTMORENCY CHERRIES. PIT 1 basket crate............................. S2.SO MAY DUKES, 20 box Strawberries and Price. THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES CITY A N7 D DISTRICT Pincher Creek Visitor J. K. Woods. civil enfiinw of Pinch- or Creek is in the fity today. For Patriotic Fund The hem. K. J. Hiu-hie Pater- 1 son the receipt of j from Alexander tlaU Chapter. I.O.D.K. i being proi'ftMis from lea room for the month of July. i Goes to Karn loops W. H. l-'airiieltl. superintendent the experimental farm Kuiukiops yention gation left today for .-ittend the Minimi ron- the Western Canada Irri- SWAT THE FLY! As long as they last we arc giving away to every purchaser a FLY SWATTER FREE. Come early and get yours. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1487. Swift Co. Salesman L. Lambert of Edmonton, general j sales manager of the Canadian Swift I Co. spent the week end in the city on ja business nip. i Station at Pakowlti I Pakowki is soon to have a station lot iis own. The new buildinp has i been built here and is being shipped out to the end of the mie on the reg- ular irain tomorrow. WATERTON LAKES Pleasure Resort Waterton Lakes Hotel now open for Tourists. Roads in good condition via Pincher Creek or Cardston. J. HAZZARD, Plop. MEXICO PLANS SOME CHANGES Xew York. .Inly 1M iv ical changes in the laws gov- erniny foreigners doing busin- ess in Mexico are about to be made by General Carranxa. in a series of decree? which later I will be included in a new con- stitution, affording to recent arrivals from Mexico City. The State department. Washington, has no knowledge of the legis- lation. HAIL INSURANCE Write your insurance in The Hartford, Westchester or Unit- ed. Assets We your note until fall. WE also have the agency for Case Threshing Machinery. Write or call for information. 31. P. Johnston Co. ALBERTA BLOCK. Returns Winnipeg C. A. Cotterell. divisional superiuteu- dent of The C. P. R. here returned last nieiil from Winnipeg where he at- tended a meeting of western official? lot the company at which mailers of policy were discussed. Jaunty Bathing Caps Srvlcs her as they a nicies do of e in ruli- raps jusi iu other wearing Our new stock of caps contains the very latest ideas. Your bathing costume will not be complete without one of these pretty caps. With one, you'll be rfg'ht in the "swim." An excel- lent assortment of styles and colors. COME IN AND SEE THEM. Prices 35c to Tke Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited PHONE 555. Ontario municipalities have declared against the continued exportation of Niagara power. RAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Limited. P. R. Freight PHONES: Office 1155 Stiblce To L've Here C. A. Foiitz. or Minnesota, arrived 'in the city this morning going 10 his farm at Monarch this afternoon. I Mrs. Foutz came with him. She is just recovering from an operation in the Rochester hospital. They will take up their residence in the city. French Horse Commission i The French horse commission will: visit Lethbridee on the ninth of Aug- j ust, for the purpose of purchasing horses for ihe French army. The classes required are light artillery pur-; poses, weight from 1100 to 1200 and for heavy artillery, weight from. 1200 j to 1300. All horses to be 15 hands and upwards, ages from five to nine years. MARKETS 2 hours Train Journey 9 hours in the Country TRAIN LEAVES: Taber, 8a.m. Lethbridge, 9.05 a.m. Madeod, 10.20 a.m. m HE ANGLICAN SUNDAY SCHOOLS extend a WINNIPEG MARKETS July............. 120 !0ct............. 'Dec............. H794 Oats: July............ 44U Oct............. 42U Bar lev- July 4Hs Flax: July............ Oct............. 1'3 Nov-................ 3741J. Bath Sprays at a Bargain Pioxliury. regular -sl.50 fur- Anieriean Boaulv, 23 3IAXIMTT3I Reg. 52.75 for Can. be attached to any bath- room fixture. J. D. Higinbotham Co. "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists." The SkKCtK Start Wholesale ar.d retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 .Tunics Thompson, general secretary and physical instructor of the V.M.C. A. has resigned, and his resignation has been accepted by the hoard of di- rectors of the institution. The an- nouncement was made on Saturday afternoon. Mr. Thompson eame here two years ago from the_ east as phys- j ical instructor. Shortly after ihu re- j sigmuion of Secretary Carson, he was appointed general secretary, which po- isiiion he has held for some months. Uy the hardest kind of work. Mr. i Thompson has put tho institution on the best basis it has been for a long I lime, so far as current finances are concerned. The rooms of, the have been filled up, old debts paid off. so thai with the exception of the back interest owing to the city there is very little in the current account nf- fairs of the institution left, outstand- But Mr. Thompson is a physical di rector, and is anxious to est back i at that work. Me has three offers from coast cities and will leave about i August latli for Vancouver, where he will holiday for u month, after which he will assume one of the positions of- fered. Mr. Thompson states th.it General Secretary Ballantyne in charge of the work in the west is arranging with the National Council of Y.M.C.A.'s to put ou a campaign here this fall to raise enough money to pay the annual interest, on the institution's debt to the city. It is believed local men. rather than see the "V" go under just at a time when it. is most needed, will arrange to pay the interest charges on the loan from the city until such time j as the whole debt can be wiped off. You Don't Just how Good a Cook you are unless you use "Our Best" Ellison Milling and Elevator Co., Limited Dillon, July Robert Moore, who admitted that she killed her husband with an axe on May L'l. was freed today following her acquit- flal of a murder charge. Mrs. Moore crushed her husband's skull, causing instant death while they were alone in their cabin. Her defence was that the act was just- ifiable as a desperate end of years of suffering at her husband's hands. XOW SOFT LUNCH COUNTER WILL OPEN IN A FEW DAYS ADDISON H1GGINS PROPRIETORS, GIVE US A CALL 411 5TH ST. S. WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Xo. 1 Xonhern Xo. 2 Nortbem 1 2 Xo. 3 Xortbern 3'5 Oais: Xo. 2 C. 4-1 Xo. :i C. 44 VR Barley: ,No. 3 No 4................... Flax: 1X0. 1 X. C. W. 17-tVi Xo. 1! (J. ITHs Minneapolis Iffi Chicago general and a cordial invitation to everyone to enjoy this outing. !f you have not been to Brocket you have missed one of nature's most picturesque beauty spots in Southern Alberta, up a party, pack ycur Make baskets, and come along. The Indians will keep the camp fires burning and the water boiling. There Is ample shade under the trees, and de- licious, cool spring water. Beturn Fare, Children 65c Tickets on Sale at Jackson's Drug Store JJuly [Sept. ;Dec. 1 [Sept............. 1WH (Dec............. .125 LIVESTOCK PRICES Steers, to -Heifers, SS.OO to Cows. to Hogs. 110.50 to ghtfip, Chicago-Steers to COK-H, to Hops, to fff.TT.; Sheep. ?ii.7S 10 UbisWeeh in the Churches ON IHE JOB Calgary, July John Mc- Dougall, provincial government uor vendor for Calftary opened for business this afternoon in the old Hudson's Bay Ihnior store on Eighth avenue west. Mr. was re- cently appointed to this position at a salary of per year. midweek prayer meeting on Wednesday evening as us-j tial. ijimday school next Sunday 10 o'clock for a'l departments. St. JSiidsavor this evening at 8 o'clock.. Al. S. meets Tuesday at p.m. at Mrs! Har- Icman'H homo. KIM! Cross sewing on Thursday afternoon, 2 till li- in the vestry, choir practice on Thursday evening as usual. re-ular mid-week ser- vice he conducted by the pastor on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. St. of intercftss- sion Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Choir i on Thursday uvcuing at LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES TRACK PRICES: Wheat iOats Flax Wagon Prices: Wheat Gists Flax 106 158% grayer meeting on rhinitis. Quarterly Una! li'jurd uniting on Thursday evening. St. Cyprian's.- of interces- sion miming at X oVlocli. Christian C'liflsUiii) Kndcavor Society nicets with the VOIIHK Sucksty of St. Andrew's Church this c.enir.t', and Ihe meet- jing will he held at the lUver HotUim. PiORtilar prayer meetlnfj on Wednesday evening. At Sr.ientist Champion. Alia.. July grain ,in the last few weelv.s has grown very rapidly and there is Iitt'ie lefl which is not headed out. The yield he most cases practically the same as year, although the hot winds have injured a great many fields. As yet i.hfc hail has done but very little dam- age. Within a month's time the liar- vest ah ou Id be well in progress. The Sherwood school opened on the 17th of July with an enrolment of 7. A. 'P. .Duncan loft fof Spokane, Wash., yesterday, where he intends to spend a few weeks. Aliss Clow, formerly teacher of the Harvard School is opening the Wash- ington school on the iMth. .Mr. Starratt, a new recruit will soon go to Calgary and don the khaki. A succoKfiini tianci; was given tit Fusguson's last night. All seemed to i enjoy themselves, it liefng the first j dance in (lie country afler the spring LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers. '6 to Fat cows, to 6. Sheep Choice killing wethers, sheared, Choice killing ewes, shear- ed. 7. Select hogs, lt'0-200 Ibn, 9, BIG SUCCESS IN EAST AFRICA Wednesday al eight p.m. testimony v D1CCtmBAt Pentecostal MisBion London. July Tuesday at R p.m., prayer and troops operating in (he north- v word. !v Falling hair and Dandruff can be stopped, and the growth improved, by Hcxall Hair Tonic, which all Rexall Stores guarantee. J. D. Hlgln- boMiam Co., Limited, Dnigejsta. eastern section of German Knst 'Africa have ocounicil Miirena and Air.ani, and liave captured the whole of the Usamhara railway, according to an ollicial announcement niado here today No Council Meeting The city council did not hold its regular Monday meeting, this morning. Mayor Hardie has a number of im- portant financial matters connected with the recent sale of. city bonds which cannot be discussed until Wed- nesday morning. Auction Sale Dates FOR JULY 39 Heart of horses to be sold in'the cinc Hat S< oek V'sirds July 25. ISO Head of'horses to be sold at the Dun- inorc .Stock Yards on July At Dunmore Stock Yards on July the 27 Commencing at 1 p.m. sharp, 85 head of horses, 42 head of extra good brood mares 4 to 9 years of age, weight from 1200 to 1500 Ibs.. A good blocky kind that raises the No. 1 colts for the market, 20 head of these marec colts at foot, 20 head of 1, 2 and 3 'yrf-, 23 head of geldings ranging from 1 to 4 years. These horses are all good Clydes and Percherons. TERMS OF SALE WILL. BE RESERVE. Outsiders bring bank reference or marked check. Am quitting the horse business on account Of poor health. WM. STEWART, OWNER, GEO, SATTEHLEE, Auctioneer. GRAIN! Unequalled facilities for secur- ing reliable information regard- ing Grain. Frequent quotations. All markets. You arc to make Ereo use of this service: Ask tor bids on your carlots of grain. private wires to New York, Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Baird Bottcrell, Union Bank Building, Phone 1599. G. COUGHLIN, Mgr. (C Wlicn I'm1, Want FEED Phone 732 Baled Loose Hay Delivered Promptly." The Saundci-8 Hay Grain Co. FURNACES AND Sheet Metal Work !Gco. R. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 I REAR STAFFORD BLOCK ;