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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTtNG HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta Pride of Alberta. A Maid Fit for a Queen Taylor Made Mother s Favorite Ecai A Shipment of Cherries Just Arrived SINGS. MONTMOV.ENCY. AND MAY DUKES, AND ARE NOW AT THEIR BEST. WE ALSO EXPECT BLUEBERRIES IN THIS WEEK. RASPBERRIES ARE STARTING TO COME IN QUITE FREELY, AND STILL A FEW STRAWBERRIES ARRIVING DAILY. ' BING CHERRIES. jiiT I buslu'l ('r:\li> ____ $3.25 MONTMO.RENCY CHERRIES, per 4 lnvi-ikiM -latf.................................. $2.50 MAY DUKES, 20 lb. box ................. $2.25 Strawberries and Raspberries-Market Price. OFFICE PHONE 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 52 5 'city and district 1 Pr'ncher Creek Visitor .1. K Woods, livil fiifjiiii'tM' of riiu'h-: or (.'rtek in iii tlif ; procooils from toa room tor tiio i month of .Inly. I Goes to Knmloops ! W. H. Kaiitlt'UI. siiperiiitrndeiit of � tlu' oxptTimental fariii, loft today for ; Kaniloops lo atlomi thf i.niuinl con-iveiitioii of tlio Wosterii (.'Hii'tdn !rn-siition ah-Jociaiioii. SWAT THE FLY! As long 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. Swift Co. Salesman !.. L.'iiiibert of Kdnioiiloii. Koneral I salos manager of the Canadinu Swift Co. .spent tbo week end in the oity on ia business rtip. I Station at Pakowki { Pakowki is snou to have a station I of its own. The new buildiup has I been built here and is beiuK shiiiiiod I out to the end of the line on the reg-' ular train tomorrow. WATERTON LAKES Pleasure Resort Waterton Lakes Hotel now open for Tourists. Roads in good condition via Plncher Creek o." Cardston. J. HAZZARD, Prop. : : : e HAIL INSURANCE Write your insurance in The Hartford, Westchester or United. Assets $34,000,000.00. We will take your note until fall. We also have the agency for Case Threshing Machinery. Write or call for information. 31. r. John.ston & Co. ALBERTA BLOCK. MEXICO PLANS SOME CHANGES Xew York, iluly '.'t.-frtud-leal clianues in the laws l;o^-erninLi loreiijners doint: in .MexU'o are u'.iout to in' made iiy IJeiieral Carraiiza. in a series of decree? whieh later will lio included in a new eon-slituiiuii. aeeordini: to reeeiii arrivals from .Mexico I'ity. The .Slate detiarinient. Wiisjiiii^^toii. has no knov,ieds:e of liie legislation. I Returns .from Winnipeg C. A. I'otterell. divisional superinten-, dent of the C. P. K. here returned last iii.cht from Wiiinipe.ic where he al-� tended a meeting of \vestern oirielnls jof the coiiipaiiy ''it which matters of I policy were discussed. ;M To L've Here I r. A. Pout;:, of Minnesota, arrived _;^'!U the city this moriiinK goiuK Ic his [:MbiK farm at Moiiaridi this afternoon. ^t^iMrs. Foutz canii: with him. She is _;^!just recovering from an operation in '"*'lbe Rochester hospital. They will take up their residence in the city. Jaunty Bathing Caps Styles fl\!\nu,t' in vul)-hvv Iijilliiiiti' (;il>> jiisi as thoy do in olkrr nriiflt's of wcariui:': 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 right in the "swim." An excellent assortment of styles and colors. COME IN AND SEE THEM. I'l'ice.s 3.">(' to .$1.00 Tke Red Cross Drug & Book Co., Limited PHONE 555. Ontario municipalities have declared against the cnutinued exportation of isiagara power. DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. Office-C. P. R. Frelghc Shodk PHONES: Office ........... 1188 Stablet .......... 1064 J) French Horse Commission The French horse commission will visit I.ethbridge on the ninth of August, for the purpose of piircha.oing horses fur the French army. The classes re([iiire(i are light artillery purposes, weight from lioii to 1200 and lor he;ivy artillery, weight from 12oo to li'Oii. .Ml horses to he lo hands and upwards, ages from five lo nine years. MARKETS WINNIPEG MARKETS Wheat: ; i.Iuly............ 120 iOct............. llS'i Dec............. 117?i fJals; .lulv............ )!U ;Oct............. -iliU i Harley: i.Iulv ............ Ill: i Flax: i.lulv............ 17.". Ulct............. ITS ' .Nov................ TJl---, .] 2.1, ' 411.. i7i; i - Bath Sprays at a Bargain lli�xl)nry. j'cu'ulav si.:>() lui- .. $1.15 .\ iiiericau Bcaiily. ^^-^^  $1.65 maximim massage Reg. $2.75 for $2.00 Can be attached in any bathroom fixture. J. D. Higinbolham & Co. --- Limited � "Albe."t-i's Pioneer Drutiglsls." The 35sa2it '^*�'"* Wholesalo ar..i retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 SEC. IHO WN mU. RESIGNS .lames Thompson, general .'iecreliiry and physical instructor of the V.M.C. has resigned, and his reslgualion has been accepted by the board of directors of (be institution. The announcement was made on Saturday aftenioon. .Mr. Tlitinrpsoii came here two years ago from the east us physical iiistiiiclor. Shortly after tlic rc-sigtuiliou of Secretary ("arson, he was appointed general secretary, which position lie has held for some months. Hy the hardest kind of work. Mr. Thompson has put lUo institution on , the beat basis it has been for a long \ time, so far as ciirrpiit lliuiuces are concerned. The rooms of iho buildin;^ 1 liavo been filled up. old debts i>ald off. , so that with the exception of the hack interest owing to the city there is very little in tbo current account affairs of the institution left: outstanding. But Jlr. Thompson is a physical di rector, and is anxious to egt back at thai work, lie has three offers from coast cities and will leave about August loth for \'ancouver, where he will holiday for a iiioiiili. after which ho will assume one of the positions of-rered. Trlr. Thompson states that General Secretary Ballantyni> in charge of the work in the west is arranging with the National Council of V..M.(.'.A.'s to put on a campaign here this fall to raise enough i"iioiiey to pay the annual interest on the inslltutinn's . 2 Northern ..... . iiiii.. ' No. .Vorlliern ...... ...... . 115 i Oats: i No. -J v. W.......... �Ml. jNo. :! c. \V........ - i-m 1 Barley; \So. ::............. i .N'o. �(............. 71 Va ' Flax; ' .Vo. 1 N. c. W. . .-.____ Vn �' (' \\' . 17IU 1 " 1 1 ' t> U. - C>. \........... ' Minneapol is ill':; :.Iuly............ lL'?.r, 12r,V:; , �'-pt............. IMJ'i Dec............. 12.'. 1 Chicago �.Inly ............ 117l^ 1211?^ Sept............. IKi'i i Dec............. 12^', 125 m Zbis Meek in the Cit^ Cburcbes RY mm m Dillon, .Mont,, .Inly 24.-Mrs. Robert Moore, who admitted that siio lulled lior luisbanil with an axe on .May 2 1. was freed today following her acquit-nai of a murder cliarge. Mrs. .Moore cruslied her buahiiMd'.'-.HkuU, causing iii-stant death uhilc they were alone in their caliin. Her ilcfence was that llio act v.'as jusi-iliable as a des|ierate end of years of .suffering at her husband's liaiul."s. OUOR VENDOR IS N THE JOB Th6 ALBERTA XOAV OPEX SOFT DRINKS-CIGARS lANCII (OIXTEK WILL OPEN IN A FEW DAYS ADDISON & HIGGINS 411 5TH ST. S. PROPRIETORS, GIVE US A CALL T Ht ANGLICAN SUNDAY SCHOOLS extend a general and a cordial invitation to everyone to enjoy this outing. If you have not been to Brocket you have missed one of nature's most picturesque beauty spots in Southern Alberta, Make up a party, pack your baskets, and come along. The Indians will keep the camp fires burning and the water boiling. There Is ample shade under the trees, and delicious, cool spring water. Beturn Fare, $1.30 Children - - 65c Tickets on Sale at Jackson's Drug Store SATURDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES ('algal y-.Steers, Jil.llO to $7.2rr, Ileiiers, ^jI.OO to tC.lKi; Cows, ^4.00 lo e."'.-">�; Hogs. Ilu.r.o to $10.7?.: sheep, �$7.2r, to $s.r,(i. i Chicago- Steers $7..'i."i lo $!i; Cow.s, $::.:i(i to $!i.20; llog.s, $fl.2.'> to 5.!i.7r,; Sheep, .^'..78 to $X.2.'i. I___ LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES TRACK MtlCK.S: Wheat.......... Oat.s.......... l''lax.......... Wagon I'rices: Wheat......... iOlits.......... 'Flax.......... J' LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, fi to 6',i. Fat fcows, n'/a to C. Sheep - Choice killing wetherH, Bhftared, TVs. Sheep-(Choice killing ewoa, ahoar-ed. 7, Select hogs, 100-200 lbs, B, Knox.-Regular midweek prayer iiieeling on \\'.'iliie .> .;. .;. .> .> .;. .> .5. Auction Sale Dates FOR JULY IICSMI of lUH'SOS to be sold ill tiM' M'�!!-cine Ilat Slock Yards July 25. ISO Head (jf horses to l)e sold at the Duii-inore 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 lbs.. A good blocky kind that raises the No, 1 colts for the mai^ket, 20 head of these mareo have colts at foot, 20 head of 1, 2 and 3 yrs., 23 head of sjeldlngo ranging from 1 to 4 years. These horses are all good Clydes and Percherons, TERMS OF SALE WILL BE CASH-NO RESERVE. Outsiders bring bank reference or marked chock. Am quitting the horse business on account of poor health. WM. STEWART, OWNER, ' GEO, SATTERLEE, Auctioneer, GRAIN! Uneriualled facilities for socur-ir.g reliable informallon regarding (7rain. Fre(|uent quotatlona. All markets. You are invited to make free use of this sorvtco. AsU tor bids on your carlots of grain. Private wires to New York, Chicago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Baird & Bottereil, Union Bank Building, Phone 1599. G. COUGHLIN, Mgr. When You \Vant FEED Phone 732 Baled or l^oose Hay JJeIi\'ered I'l'oniptly. The Saunders Hay 6i Grain Co. FURNACES AND Sheet Metal Work ^eo. K. Dixon & Co., / PHONE 1057 I REAR STAFFORD BLOCK 1189 36 ;