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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR a Day Hotel in Alberta Pr of Maid Fit for a Queen Taylor ite Your Week-end Grocery List will be well filled if you send it here OUR FRESH FRUITS ARE DELICIOUS, COMEf DIRECT FROM THE "AY MONTMORENCY AND SWEET CHERRIES ARE NOW IN, ANU AT THEIR BEST. STRAWBERRIES WILL SOON BE OVER. Some of our Week-end Specials 53.00 PIE CHERRIES, i liaski'ts fur 35c PIE CHERRIES, per crate. 21 baskets MAY DUKE CHERRIES, in L'O 111. crates. por cnut1 MONTMORENCY CHERRIES, ill -I basket crates, por crate 52.75 SWEET WINDSOR CHERRIES, in -1 basket crates, per crate STRAWBERRIES, arriving daily. Invest market price. CALIFORNIA PEACHES, very line for slicing. per basket PLUMS, bluo. per basket ?5c PLUMS, rod. per basket GOOSEBERRIES, quart baskets, per basket 15c TO OUT OF TOWN CUSTOMERS-As harvesting a will 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, new slock, very fine, 3 Ibs, for 25c ORANGES, special lol, 2 -t5c OLIVES, in bulk, per pint 25c CHRISTIE'S DARK FRUIT CAKE, por Ib. 35c CHRISTIE'S SULTANA CAKE, per Ib...... 30c ROBIN HOOD ROLLED OATS, ill tubes, rog. special per tube COOKED MEATS SLICED ROAST PORK with dressing, Boiled Ham and forncd Beef, sliced, por Ib................ 10c VEAL LOAF, sliced. per Ib................. 25c PEAMEALED BACK BACON, sliced, per Ib. 30c In Piece, per Ib........................... PEAMEAL ROLLS, sliced, per Ib.......... 26c Whole or Half, per Ib.................... 25c PICNIC HAMS, whole Hams, special per Ib, 22c id threshing will soon be here and no doubt you on. 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 Realize- -Just how Good a Cook you are unless you use "Our Best" Ellison Milling and Elevator Limited SWAT THE FLY! As long as they last wo away to every purchaser a FLY SWA'TTER FREE. Corns early and get yours. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. D M n M P 1JR7 NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1487. 20CO SALT OH SUGAR BARRELS Purity Bottling Works PHONE 1501. MARKETS SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES berta. SPEAKER SEVIGNY TO DON KHAKI __ _ A Ottawa. July Seviany, of tlie house ol" com- tuor.s. who is here" toiiay, an- nouncps his intcntioa of getting iiuo khaki. He says lie is go- ins in lake :in officer's com- minion I'onrsp anil hopes to get 10 the front before the war is over- ICITY AND DISTRICT i i Suet of Missions to Preach I Rev .1 T. Ferguson, Ellpt. of Pres- bvterian Missions for Southern Al- jJuly (Oft...... I Dec...... i iJuIy Opeii llS'fc Close i church tomorrow. preach in St. Andrews Pleasure Resort Waterton Lakes Hotel now opsn for Tourists. Roads in goori condition via Pincher Creek or Gardstari. J. HAZZAHD, Prop. Recruit at Banff j Sergt. Hobbs-b'ernie. of Ingf. and 1'te. Sheldon, of the same urn' are at- -Banff today, recruit ing. ptc- Sheldon, if he returns in time, i will play a violin solo at Wesley church tomorrow. 1 Winnipeg Cash Prices tXo. 1 Northern >Xo. '2 Northern JNo. 3 Northern H4U 44% Whole Class Goes' Private Shippobotlmm who signed on with the Army Medical Corps again yesterday, states that 27 out oE 29 of the Citizens Ambtilance class who took I a first aid course I'.ere before the.war I are now in khaki. GRAIN! Unequalled facilities for secur- ing reliable information regard- ing Grain. Frequent quotations. All markets. You are invited 10 make free use 01 this service. Ask for bids on your'oariois of grain. private wires to New York, Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Baird Botterell, Union Ban'K Building, Phone 1599. G. COUGHLIN, Mgr. IE DAMES IS ;NO. 2 c. (NO. a c. w.......... ;No. JXo. 4 Rejectpd and Feed 1 j No. 1 N. AV. C....... No. 2 C. Celebrate at Coaldale The harvest picuic at Coaldale which was postponed ftorn Dominion Day will he held ou Wednesday. Au- gust 2nd. A big program of attrae- lions has been prepaied. including games, races, and a sheep cor- i railing contest. There will be special 174 .'entertainment for the children. Dane- 171 ing wiil he provided hi the evening. CHOCOLATES for SUNDAY AT 39c per pound A large assortment including: Van-ilia Creams, Spice Fudge, Fig Paste, Apricot Jelly, Cs ram els, Pineapple Creams, Etc. J. D. Hipbotham Co. "Alberta's Pioneer The Store Wholesale and retail chemists "TELEPHONE NO. 322 BUCK IS BACK IN CALGARY Calgary. July E. Buck, former oil operator of Hie Calgary district, president of Black Diamond and several .defunct oil syndicates, was brought back to Calgary Thurs- day night from Wichita. Kan- gas. be was arrested as a fugitive from justice. Mr. Buck is in jail at the mounted police barracks. NOW OPEN SOFT LUNCH COUNTER WILL OPEN IN A FEW DAYS ADDISON H1GGINS 411 5TH ST. S. PROPRIETORS, GIVE US A CALL CITY AND DISTRICT Telegraph Superintendent D. Howard, superintendent of C. P. R. telegraphs, spent a short time in the city yesterday. Change In S, S. Time AH departments nt' the Sunday scSinol of Ivnox church will meet here- after at 30 a.m. on Sundays. j Successful Operation j Pte. .loliu Archer, oE the Vikings, j underwent an operation successfully j in Gait Hospital today, and expects j j to return to duty shortly. LOCAt MARKETS LOCAL GRAiN PRICES TRACK PRICES: en TOT ssi at LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers. G to Fat cows. 5Vj to 6. Sheep Choice killing wethers, sheared, killing ewes, shear- ed, 7. Select hoga, 150-200 Ibs. 9. _______ PRIEST ARRESTED ON SEDITION CHARGE The first letter that Bruce Davies, D.C.M., has been able to pen since aj _rt tin a German shell shattered hi? physique! Saskatoon, on a almost to ribbons, was received today j charge of sedition. Rev. Thenpluins, by his sisters here, which was written j parish priest of Fish Creek; Sask., was irom Charing Cross hospital. London, j brought into this city under mounted in where he has just moved from police escort today. He wili he glvon Sarcee Excursion j Those who intend taking in the j Red Cross excursion to Sarcee on Saturday next, are requested to pur-1 chase their tickets as early as pos-1 sible in order that proper provision i mav be made for accommodation. Tickets here may he procured from p-ank Waddington. A. J. BlacSburne j iv i or -Jackson's drug store. At Magraih jj! tickets may be procured from .T. j JO I Evans, at Nobleford Rev. W. C. s and at Stirling P. Brandley. j _________ i Patriotic Fund Executive A meeting of the general execu- tive and workers of the Southern Al- berta Branch of the Canadian Patri- Lotic Fund will ho held in Paget Hall, Seventh Avenue East, Calgary, on Tuesday, July 25Ui. lOlfi. at 2.30 p.m: to consider the campaign for raising money for the year beginning Sep- tember 1st, 1916. It is hoped that ail districts will be well represented. He sure and secure a standard cer- Croni the railway company I so as to secnre a cheap return fare. Excursion The Anglican Sunday schools of the iriiv are again joining with Taber and i from Charing Cross hospital. London. into this City under mounted in RXfW3Hm Brocket ipolice escort today. He will he given j .loligiuful feature of tills France. Ins preliminary hearing before Inspec-1 ;s convenient time at Bruce is in bad shape, but he is now j Dufftis of the R.N.W.M.l'. Saturday tlie lrajn 'uy nol out of danger, which is extremely for-1-July j before nine o'clock the nay's holiday timate, considering that his legs and Tlie arrest was the culmination of. a i (joes not income a burden. Jaunty Bathing Caps Stylos in rub- ber caps just as thev do in other articles wearing apparel. 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'f! be right in the "swim." An excel- lent assortment of styles and colors. COME IN AND SEE THEM. Prices to The Red Cross Drag Book Limited Welcomes Ex-Mounties in 191st Since tile Calgary Herahl published the item regarding the proposed com- pany of Rx-members of tlie Royal Northwest Mounted Police, which was talked about for the 191st battalion. 1 tiiftre have been several inquiries made by former members of the i force, aiul those who are anxious to get back into the force with their old comrades are hopeful that there will be sufficient men secured. U.-CoI. W. C. Bryan, whose long association with the "mountics" and his personal popularity with the officers and men with whom he was intimately in cou- tact for twenty years, is a man nn- der whose command the old members would ite delighted to go to the front. As members of "Bryan's Buffalos" they would be more than willing lo go to the front ami carry on the tra- ditions of the force in the wider i sphere of activity which is now opened up. URGES CO-OPERATION Washington, July messages were sent by President Wil- son today to European rulers urging: their co-o'iieration in getting food sup-1 I iiiies from the United States to the j starving people of Poland. JHON R. ROGERS, RAILWAY M1N.? i Winnipeg. July clrs-a to I Hon. Robert Rugers stated today tttl ithe minister of public works is to take over the portfolio of railways in the Dominion cabinet, lion. Frank An nasl.eru man is 'to be minister of public Mr. Hogers has been in Winnipeg for a week. MODEL RAKERY gREAD APPEALS TO.THE BREAD BAKER AT HOME. THEY Of KNOW GOOD'BREAD. IT HAS THAT ELAVP'R.'A'NP" GOODNESS CHARACTERISTIC OF THE BEST .'BREAD. CRISP, LIGHT, FLAKY AND SWEET, WIT.H'THAT RICH, NUTTY FLAVOR. WE KNOW YOU WjLL IN HOT WEATHER AFTER TRY- ING MODEli'BAKERY BREAO. Phone 1175 THE MODEL BAKERY N. J. SCHWEITZER, PROP. 1BNM1 KILLED IN AUTO (r Capt Fred Howarth. who caught iadian troops, characterized them as a lieI8 German spies at Vancouver, and was I "bunch of bums." and to have pro j promoted from the ranks, is in onto on leave from the front. meeting th LethbridKe at hill. The plcnlr. i t'ow minutes' walk I of bums." and to have pro-: Krnnmjs are only a row minutes' walk an abject fate for on siation. The train returns the splendid (lennan soldiers, r froln Brocket at S p.m. and arrives in I.thbride at 10 .m. There is m; OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S PHONE 1484. SMITH, MURPHY CO. GRAIN HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. Write or_phone at our expense if you have grain to handle. We can assure you the best price the market will stand and give you courteous service and prompt returns. LETHBRIDGE OFFICE. SHERLOCK BUILDING. N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER. 10 p.m. There ir. ideal spot within easy reach of for an enjoyabU: outing jot this kind. Rttldrnlial Caarrh Sthaal for Ihii -ii o rl KiiJns lats I ol f tlVonl Rrj I I Inlnln forHoJJ or a I LMt' lUri MA IMl' MONTREAL SWELTERS ITALIAN SUES LOST j Berlin. July 21, via The i 'destruction in tiie nortliern :ulv 15. sulmmrines, one of! -Montreal. July 21. -With n contin them Italian, by Austrian torpedo iuancc of the fin degree weather and i r'crnle. 'July 21. (Special to the intenn'd prison- ers from the camp al Brandon, passed jlhrouRh Koniie this morning ill two- thirty o'clock en roule to Fifieen of them wore firm, class pris- oners who will be treated as officers land will have separate charters from I the other men. Tliero wore thirty-five guards on the train. This makes a to- jtal of one hundred find Ihirteen in- i terns IUHV at Hint camp, ami there will be- abo'.ll olio hulidreil suards. Owen Sound, July fatal anto- j mobile accident occurred this after- i noon nt a crossing four and a_halfj miles north of Markdale, on the C.P. R., shortly before 6 o'clock. The vic- tims were W. J. McFarland, of Toron- to, killed instantly; his son, W. j McFiirland, badly injured; and a niece] of the latter, who had a leg broken and j is suffering from shock. The only one in the car to escape was the 12-year-1 !old daughter Of Jlr. JIcFarland. The I party was on the way from Markdale to their summer cottage, six nines north of the town, at English lake, when the oar was struck, by the en- gine of the way freight, northbound. Mr. McFarland Sir. wits tor many years engaged in business 111 MarkdalR nm! was a man of considerable wealth and widely known. When Ton FEED Phone 732 Haled or'Loose Hay Delivered Promptly. The Sauiiders Hay Grain Co. I boats, is announced in an official com. iniunication received here today fron Vienna. exeessive humiilil Mr. J. U. McNIvcn and II. one man fair wage officers, arrived from Cal- Wednesday from the heat, J. Castol. I gary Oils morning anil will remain :i need fi.i. a pastry cook on the steamer few.days in town watching develop- _________ Montreal and another. Modelte Du-1 meilts In Ihe .labor sitnallpn growing qiielta, aged collapsed on the I i.ut of Ilir- .IcDd-locU caused by re- ROUMANIANS IN U.S. GOING Helena. Mont., July im migration of Roumaniana from Mon tana, alj going east, was reported here today. When asked wliether'Kou-l nianiii bad summoned' her reservists. Have you the men would not discuss the matter. Cigars lately? In an mi'.' ji'Ction of the of ilia Op- conscious 'condition to Notre Dame oral ore' Association by the miners. J Then: are no new developments as p vet, everything depending illion the reopening of iho controversy by Ihe smoked "Nobleman" miners which Is expected to