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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR a Day Hotel 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 BINGS MONTMORENCY, AND MA.Y DUKES. AND ARE NOW AT THEIR BEST. WE ALSO EX- PECT BLUEBERRIES IN THIS WEEK. RASPBERRIES ARE STARTING TO QUITE FREE- LY, AND STILL A FEW STRAWBERRIES ARRIVING DAILY. BING CHERRIES, per -1 basket crate MONTMORENCY CHERRIES, per 4 basket orate.................................. ?2-M MAY DUKES, SO ,111. box ......F.......... Strawberries and Price. THE GOOD CO HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 'CITY ANL> DISTRICT Railway Official A. M. Xye, representing Xew York Central lines, was in the city last j night and went south to Great Falls I I this mommy. Anglican Excursion Today I A Inrse number took the excursion i Ibis morning for Brocket where j i Anglican SunilHy Schools ot the soutli 'are picnicking toiiHy. Represented Lethbridge j 1 D. 11. Elton and John Home visited Calaary yesterday to attend a meeting j of the" Southern Alberta Patriotic i i Fnrnl committee. The meeting was t presided over by R. B. Bennett. M.P., K.C.. and way very enthusiastic. j LATEST POPULAR SONGS "I was a Dreamer. by Robt, Lewis: "You'll Find a Lit- tle Bit of Ireland by Stanley Murphy; "The Whole World Loves a by R. A. 25c each, Whiting; ''You'H Always be the Same Sweet by A. Sey- mour Brown: ''It's Making ms Love You alt the by Hel- en Trix. for THE KENNY ALLIN CO, Ltd, NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. Masonic Notice A regular meeting of the Shekinah Chapter R. A. M. will be held tonight at S p.m. Visitors welcome. RAILWAY CORPS Captain James Duff, of the 239lh Battalion Railway Construction Corps, is expected to arrive in Lethbridge on Thursday to assist Fred W. Downer at the recruiting office. A large Left- bridge-draft is leaving tor Valcartier, MARKETS U. F. A's. Enlistment. Secretary Woodbridge. of the r. F. A. in a statement just issued says i It; per cent, or 2.000 members out of of the U. F. A. members have i enlisted. The central office at Calgary has handled contributed by unions for patriotic purposes. Son of Well Ivnown Man Louden A. Herdmau. son of the late tlev. Dr. .1. C. Herdman for yearsj Superintedennt of Presbyterian -Mis-j sions in Alberta lias been killed in! action. WINNIPEG Wheat July....... October December OATS- GRAIN PRICES CASTILE MANUFACTURED IN CANADA No soap compares with pure Cas- tile. Dainty perfumes in .some soap make them popular and costly. Pure Castile is never perfumed and is therefore com- paratively cheap. We have just' received a ship- ment of the world's best CASTILE SOAP Its only .odoiMs that fresh, clean smell characteristic of pure Castile. Cakes in 2 sizes, 6 for 25c, and 3 far 25c Large Bars at 35- Tke Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited PHONE 555. WEATHER .00 Lethbridge. cloudy 72 ?2 .07 Ketf Deer, cloudy...... 85 49 .44 Jnlgury, cloudy 50 .10 iloose cloudy SO i Edmonton, cloudy 5S 50 .01 Brandon, cloudy....... 7i> 55 fair Port Arthur, fair US The weather over the prairie prov- inces has been mostly cloudy with lo- cal showers in Saskatchewan and Al- berta. Forecast: Manitoba, fair today, lo- cal showers and thunderstorms to- night and on Thursday. Saskatchewan j and Alberta showers and local thunder- 'storms, but partly fair today and on 'Thursday, not much change in temper- Suture, SOLDIERS OU3T STRIKE- BREAKERS Winnipeg, July noon today 'military authorities sent a detachment soldiers to.the Great Northern Tel- 'egraph Company's commercial offices, and to the Grain Exchange, and i moved all the recently imported nlleg: i ed strike-breakers from their duties, placing guards around the door. Some these new men had German names. the mobilization headquarters short- ly. All parties intending to enlist with July...... the Railroad men should make early j October- application to the %'ictoria Mansions j 44% 42V, office, remembering that this Battal- ion will sooa be up tQ strength and Uien all aboard for France. THE VIKINGS October July................ 1 November......... 1 WINNIPEG CASH PRICES JNo. 1 Northern 1 New Publication A new publication covering the land districts ot" Grande Prairie, Peace River and Grouard showing Hie total number of homesteads available for entry in each township throughout the three districts hsen issued by the Department of the In- terior. One of the interesting features of the map is the up-to-date railway information also the particulars with respect to the location of the various Dominion lands agencies boundaries of Indian reserves, forest etc.. which have been included in the publication. It is distributed. free of charge. A copy ilie map may. Ite procured upon a.ollcation to the Sup- 'erintendent of Railway Lands, Depart- 'raent of the Interior, Ottawa. No. 3 Northern The Vikings sent iu another man to headquarters on the 12.55 train 2 C. W._...... this morninff. They are'sending in JNo. 3 C. two tomorrow morning. The Boys Eitra No. 1 Teed say recruits are very hard to get but they" are consistent pluggers and do notlet many slip through their fingers No. 2 Feed BARLEY- NO, a JIUL let any once they cet a line on tham. The Bat- UNO. 4 talion is nearly up to strength and it is reported that they have of men in this unit. a fine lot No. IN. W. C......... No. 2 C. W.......... CHICAGO July................ The liitle daughter of Jas. uuiion, u of Brancepeth. near Prince Albert, choked to death. She was playing 124 "plowing" -with some calves tethered: MINNEAPOLIS in a field ana'in some manner one of j the ropes got around her neck, and a'j-Llu? calf Tunning tightened it so that September if choked ber to death. FURNACES Sheet Metal Work Geo. R. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK December 117% 113% 122% 12415 123% U6.25 hogs, to cows ?5-25 to 56.25; ?1G.25 to sheep to 5S.25. Chicago: Steers 57.60 to ?S.70; cows J3.30 to 59.10; hogs, ?7.50 to J10.10; sheep, S6.75 to LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Calgary. July to a jtelegram received from; the Adjutant- General at Ottawa by the secretary-of i the Calgary Board of Trade this morn- it is the intention of the militia department to.release soldiers in train- ing In the for harvest work this summer. Some doubt having been department, a direct Question was ask- ed and the answer was that the same procedure as last year would be fol- lowed. The True Odor Of the Aiiicrieaii Rose as embodied in HARMONY REDR4SE TALCTUM POWDER WHITE OR FLESH J. D. Higinbotham Co. "Alberts's Pioneer Druggists." The WATERTON LAKES Pleasure Resort Watarton Lakes Hotel open for Tourists. Roads in good condition via Pincher Creek or Cardston. J. HAZZARD, Prop. 36 TRACK PRICES: Wheat Oats Flax............... Wagon Prices: Wheat.................. OMs.................. 3.1 Flax.................. LIVESTOCK PRICES .Choice steers, 6 to Fat cows, 5% to 6. _ Choice killing wethers, sheared, killing ewes, ed. 7. S3iect hogs, 150-200 tbs. 9. GAVE GOVERNMENT Hamilton, Ont., July W. Bail- lie, manager of the 'Canadian Cartridge company has returned' to the govern- ment the firm's profits on war orders to date, it was announced .this afternoon that the firm made a million cases at cost. The money returned is to be used for patriotic purposes. NORWAY WILL CALL EMIGRANTS BACK HOME .London, July Copenhagen dispatclt to the Central News says that owing to the labor shortage the Nor- wegian government is planning to in- duce young Norwegians who emigrat- ed to America to return to the mother land. Wage conditions in Norway shear- [have undergone a decided improve- AViiliam Henry Elviss, aged fifty-one years, one of the best known residents of Brooklin, sis miles north of-Whitby, _--------, died following an operation. JD1- gary lawyer, who is organizer for the VISE had'been a miller In Brooklin for fund, announced that he intended to a number of years. ment in the last few years flour milt and elevator of the Saltcoats, Sask., Milling Co., was com- J pletely destroyed by fire. OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S PHONE 1484. SMITH, MURPHY CO. GRAIN HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. Write or phone at our expense if yoy have grain to handle. W.e can assure you the best price the. market will stand and give you service and prompt' LEtHiRIDGE OFFICE, SHERLOCK BUILDING. N. T. MANAGER. The bye-election for the.Ontario leg- islature in South-west Toronto to fill the1 vacancy caused hy the death of Hon. J. J. Toy. will take place on Aug. 21st. J. A. Norris is the likely Con- servative candidate. all Orderlies the ideal I action being gentle and natural. Sold only Tlexsl! Kug and 25c boxes. .1. D. Hlglnbotham Co., Limited, CARD OF THANKS Mr. and Mrs. John Brunton desire to thank their many friends for (he_sym- shown In their .late bereave- ment. They also wish to thank the donors of floral tributes. BIRTH' Mrs. .Van Haarlem.. Private Hospital, on Jfonday, July 24th, to Kov. M. and Mrs. Faw- cett. of Coaldale, i son, Jamea Philip: Wholesale: and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 You Need it in Your Kitchen Your Grocer Will Supply It See that You Get "OUR BEST' the next Sack' of Flour you buy. It will pay you. Ellison Milling and Elevator Co., Limited The XOW OPEN SOFT LTJXC1I C OPEN IN A FEW DAYS ADDISON H1GGINS 411 5TH ST. S. PROPRIETORS, GIVE US A CALL j Dc-mantl on Patriotism, De- votidn and Pufses Will Continue to be Heavy Calgary. July. -.the ad-! i juornmeat of the Patriotic Fund meet- J ing here yesterday Mr. Bennett pro- nounced a little valedictory: "I can- j i not tei! you representatives how ser 1 ious the situation is. The demand on your patriotism, your devotion and your purses will be very great. There f is a. tendency to underestimate the task which lies before us. There are long, dark days coming. The toll of losses will increase. There will be many casualties. "But I do not think that the war will "last another year. 1 am almost certain that before another Ausust 4 comes peace will nave boeny concluded This will be ths price we will have to pay for peace. But the price will he commensurate with the reward. We are all- doing our part to bring this about as much, if not in the same de gree, as the boys in the trenches." D.'H. Elton and John Home, repre sented Lethbridge at the meeting During a debate Mr.Elton thought During a debate Mr. Elton thought publishing conspicuously the names of those who did not contribute. .1. M. Carson, the well known Cal join the artillery very soon. STRIKING ILLUSTRATION OF GERMAN METHODS. Dodge Bros. Motor Car It Speaks for Itself Be Sure You.sie Car Before You Make Your Final Choice. Price F- B- Agents for Famous PENNSYLVANIA VACUUM :CUP TIRES AUTO LIVERY with Dodge Car THE EASIEST RIDING CAR IN THE CITY FOKD REPAIRS A SPECIALTY, Phone STANDARD GARAGE THIRD STREET SOUTH 2ND BLOCK WEST ALEXANDRA HOTEL Y.M.C.A. CAMP This beautiful old'c'hiirch in Plandors was deliberately destroyed by the It is a good Illustration of Gorman tempera Huns for no military purpose, ment. As an' old camper Sec. Thompson wishes to give camper the results of his .experience for usually it takes manj camping trip1! to dt, cide whit are., the..' right things to take to make one comfortable in camp Thib old Y M' C A camper the bois who Intend to hive the time. of I hell lives at the Y M CA camp at Sentry, near Crows' Nest j Pass to pack the following in i can I as bag pajanus hcavj un I flannel shirts, heavy; btockinfeS liatliiilg and g5ll suits running shoes comb and bilish soip and toivels fiandkei chiefs sweoK" preferred) citra Irons ers pillou ease granite cup dfxp rlate nd hoal kilite fork and spoon and do not forget your, Bible The following not essential but very desirable; camera; pocket Hash- light lishmt outfit miifclcal Instru ments needle and thread baseball o itflt collapsable drinking rup belt sifet) liini 1 inch and 4 inch a rubber of canvas sheet 4 by S feet: It is important tint -the tamper should take plenty of. bedding, as It is cold in the moimtami at night time Ht-uj double blankets arc pi e'en ed The are terjuested to pack their blankets sepmtely and to 1m e (ill pieces marked and also .to wear a strong diirnble sillt of clothes, heavy sound shoes and'stockings. Each boy will carry to camp one Boy-sized" lunch, raincoat or over- coat and a good disposition. In order to prevent any Inconven- ience lo the hoys parents, arrange ments have been made for the boys to slerp al the Y on Suridav night The train loaves early' .on Monday morning, and all baggage nnd blank- ets, etc.. must "V" Saturday night. Puc -yoiu' nUme'On every piece. There In n for the camp tins year and tlie lioyu are icmimlcd that the cnnip loei) Kri in advance iiid'iriaBI paid before the 28tb, at tile Y KI iCI A oflice FARMERS Black Rust reports from the States keep pricey up and with short crops botK north' and south of the international boun- dary line make higher prices this fall highly possible. We gladly give market, information and any news.we soli- cit enquiries from you. Phone us If you wish to dispose of grain in any position. WE CAN HANDLE IT TO YOUR SATISFACTION Grain Co." MEANS "A-Square; Deal." Salberg Grain Co. Hull Block, f J. H. TAtLING, Local; PHONES 1530. Residence 572. J. n. P.amsay, principal'of Hespeler, lint., public school, has'started work In the A. B. Jardlne Company's mil nitlon factory. He Is working on lathe, doing his hit, making shells t< kill the Germans. "1: cannot go. am fight, hut I 'can help to make he stated. Mr...'Ramsay has heen principal of Hcsiieier public aciiooi to avar 15 years. Ho heard Hint raci were ncarce and. offered his sorvicoi for the summer niontlis, ;