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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WINDSOR Best a Day Hole] in Alberta "Taylor Made" Insurance is Good Bread Policy Pride of Alberta and Mother's Our Bonus-A Bigger Loaf A Shipment of Cherries Just Arrived MONTMORENCY, AND MAY DUKES. AND ARE NOW AT THEIR BEST WE PECT BLUEBERRIES IN THIS WEEK. RASPBERRIES ARE STARTING TO COME IN QUITE FREE. LY, AND STILL A FEW. STRAWBERRIES ARRIVING DAILY. BING CHERRIES. per basket crate MONTMORENCY CHERRIES, nor 4 basket MAY DUKES, 20 Ib. box S2.25 Strawberries and Price. THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 'CITY AND nisTKicT on Moil nay. July -lib. to .Mr. and Mrs. i U. E. McArtbur. a Uiitialiler. Leaves Bank for Railway I Leo Male, ul the lioyul Hank- Taln-r. ilias ai-i-i-pi'-d a ilh thc u- T- j I1, railway al H'iiiiiii'ci. I ANNOUNCEMENT 1 Knox Tennis an- hohllus a I lawn social on Friday at Hi.- houu- of Jir. anil Mrs. M. S. -Me- 1 Arthur. Is Sergeant in 39th. lliilyoke. of the t'.i'th I'.at- been promoted !t) the rank LATEST POPULAR SONGS Was a Dreamer, Too." by Whiting: "You'll be the Root Lewis' "You'll Find a Lit- Same Sweet Baby. Sey- 4i m. Ireland Everywhere" mour Brown: "It's Mining me bv Love You ail More." by World Loves a by R. A. en Tnx. 25c each, 5 for 51.00 Trades Council i The Trades and Labor Counrfl will iiiet-t tonuimnv uiyht at Moose Meet Tonight The '..nval Order of .Moose. will bold tlii-ii- ivpilar mooting touisln at S o'clock. Initiation of a class of new members and regular business. Visit- Half Holiday jr Tomorrow. aiicruoou. _. th? iisual half holiday among the blis- i iness houses of tht- city will be o'o- served. Merited Recognition Alired George tiant. ono of the Her- ald delivery buys is a member of the League of Curtis salesmen. This pro- motion is awarded as a result of record o! jfllins the Curtis i'ublishius jaunty Bathing Caps rub- Stylos rhaiisiv in n her liailiiiiij as Ilicy do in i iil'lirlrs of Our new stock of caps contains the very latest ideas. Your bathing costume will not be complete without one of these pretty caps. Wt'h one, you'll be rigbt in the ''swim." An excel- lent assortment of styies and colors. COME IN AND SEE THEM. 3o.c to The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited PHONE 555. Out of 2S men on the staff of the local post oflice when war broke out two years ago 10 have enlisted and the suiff has honored ihe boys in lihalii by preparing an honor roll of those "On His Majesty's Service." The roll was prepared by li. A. Cripps and is a beautiful piece of work. At the top ol' the roll arc pictures of a postman as he appears ill his peaceful pursuits tud then as he appears in khaki in itimo of-war. The mimes on the roll arc: Major A. Ripley. 20th Battery. Lieut. A. G. Oliver. Blst Haitcry. C. Holt. S2nd Battalion, i 10. Suaily, SJlHl Battalion. K. Colpiiian, lUlth Battery. V. Hedmond. Battery. i .1. G. Huggett. 3911, Battery. L Close 39th Battery. 1. Hcndrie. 2nd Battery 1st Brigade. i Brennnn. 1-tth Brigade. i A. Lothian. Battery. I C. Slasson. :i'Jth Battery. R. .Matthews, Battery. G. Masson. Wth Battery. i X. Baldry, Battery. i Webb, 113th Battalion. You Need it in Your Kitchen Your Grocer Will Supply It See that You Gel "OUR BEST" the next Sack of Flour you buy. It will pay you._________ Ellison Milling and Elevator Co., Limited The AUBSRTA NOW OPEN SOFT I LUNCH COUNTER I WILL OPEN IN A FEW DAYS Boulton's Auto Livery Closed Car. Hospital and Train .Calls a Specialty- j With Lethbridge Mercantile i Fred Jackson, who went cast wMll the lilst Battery but was compelled to I return through illness, has accepted. 1 a position with the Leth'uridee Mer- cantile Co. Sell His Ranch Jerry Paisley. Heaver Creek Ranch- er, luts disposes! of his ranch in that district to -Mr. Johnson of Yellow Grass. Sask. The pries paid lor thf? land was Sll' per acre, which includ- ed ibt. house mi.I sialLC-s. etc. Mr. Paisley has decided to live iu .Maclecd. For Patriotic Fund Recent amounts received by the treasurer of ihe Patriotic Fund for Taber constituency include the fol- lowing: iiominion Day celebration and Kitchener's memorial, at Taber. Canada Coal Co eni- S5S; Stirling branch, 507.50. Bate to any part of City: 1 2 or 3 Passengers...........- 50c SI.00 78th BATTERY Five more men were added to the Get Men From Washington CarmanRiiy Harris of die Harris Employment. Ag'licy. Calgary and Letlibridge. was in town this week 'genius a the number of men for tins year's harvest. HP says his company are bringing men 'j-om Wastiia.uion anil foels con- i titlent that they ran supply all the mea needed in this district. Bath Sprays at a Bargain Hoslniry. regular for Ainericiin Bcaulv. -n-g. N2.2u MAXIMUM x MAS- SAGE Reg. 52.75 for Can be attached to any bath- room fixture. J. D. Higinbptham Co. "Alberti's Pioneer Druggists." The 1 DE WITT FOSTER'S JOB j j Calgary, July Foster, re-1 Icently -appointed travelling iimnisru-j lion agent for the Canadian Northern j 1 Railway is on his first official visit to western Canada to confer with C. j j X. R. officials. Jlr. Foster's headquar- iters are at Chicago. He was until re- icently M. P. for King's county, N. S. RAILWAY CORPS The 20'.' recruits required from the 'rive more men were auueu iu me me i-w ranks of-tlie 78th Depot Batten" this Province of Alberta for the popular morning brining the strength up to i itt'Jth Battalion Railway CoQstruction 30 with several more awaiting attests- Corps will soon be signed up and the tion and medical examination. The uniforms are not here yet hut Lieut. Nelson says they are on the way and thev will be served out on their arriv- al. Three of the new recruits came from Lethbridge. They are E. Shir- ;iey. "Wm. Sharland, and Q. Corneilson. Joins Red Cross j Raymond Irill. of Hillspring. formerly of Ma- grails, has juiiicd the Canadian Red Cross. .Miss Mcrril has been taking'u i nurses course in a Provo, L'lah lios- I pital. hut resigned in order to do her i hit fnr her country, a self sacrifice i that if. most'commendable. BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW The 'purchase of tickets for the Red Cross excursion to Sur- cee Camp on Saturday, is not very hrisk. It is undoubted that there will he a1 big crowd, and those intending to go should purchase their tickets at once, iu order that prayer accommodation may be pro- vided. Already words ernes in frrra outside points that large crowds are going from these places, so that it will he neces- sary or local people to make their reservations as early as posible to ensure comfortable uciiouiodatlon. ADDISON H1GGINS 4115THST. S. PROPRIETORS, GIVE US A CALL "Hike" to Our Fountain It is oner, today with some of the tastiest, purest, and most dell- clous soda water drinks you ever enjoyed. The fizz and slzz of our soda water denotes its sparkling purity and health giving qualH There are no more healthful, pleasing drinks to be had any- whe're. The greatest purity is maintained to give you the safestas well as the most delectable soda drinks. Plenty of luscious syrups, lots of ice and a generous helping .of ice cream. We are particular about the quality of every nsredlent, that enters into our soda water, and we are not a bit stingy when helping you. CO. Dispensing-Chemists Lethbridge, Alberta Wholesale ar.rl retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 FEAR m m OF MARKETS WINNIPEG GRAIN PRICES Wheat- Mrs. EiHccn Dead j Raymond Xe-.vs arrived here early this .veek of the death In. 1-ayton, Utah, of Mrs. E P. Elliso e. Two new men were signed on in Cal- gary. Have you cigars lately? smoked "N'obleman1 Battalion will undoubtedly move seas in August. Those intending to enlist and wish- ing to get right to the firint: line in a hiirry should interview Fred 'A..............__, _....._. _.-._- Downer at the Victoria Mansions v.-ith- j wife of the out delay. He has still openings'for and mother oE James E. Ellison, form- railroad men, teamsters, can.enters. i manager of the Knight Snjar and pick and shovel men. Sufficient I company aad Bishop of Raymond first time is given remiits after enlistment to attend to their private affairs hefore I October L I Decemher Oats- July Oc-toher Octoher WHERE TO GO FOK Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE leaving for the Barters 'head- ward. Mrs. Kllison mad ;0 Alberta about eisht years ago. .M. Va.. July iXo j o! a str.inse warship oft Care'No. 2 Northern ll'onry toiliiv lC'1 to rtimo'.irs that. r.! Ko. :l Xorthorn snort visit am[ fleet of 4 Xorthen able size v.-as in the viclnily ol' the i Oats- southern drill grounds awaiting thi iXo. 2 W. 'parlure of tile German iUlhmarine .1 C. W. Barley- July October 177V4 llS'.i, CASH PRICES WATERTON LAKES Pleasure Resort Waterton Lakes Mote! open for Tourists. Roads in good condition via Pincher Creek or Cardston. J. Piop. ELLISON NOMINATED i Vernon, B.C., July son, for 19 years representative at an eastern camp, juried U.utsc or U, their job with a C. P. R. extra gang r.val of sistor slup the nrcmen. the other