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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE LETHBRIBGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta Pride of Alberta and Mother's Favorite Every Sack Contains The Reason Why-- It's BETTER Taylor-Made K. & A. FACE CREAM A non-grtaty disappearing cream. Ju�t the thing for tan and sunburn. It dislodge* the fine particle.* of dust secreted in the pores of the skin, thus rendering it healthier and Improving the complexion. Price - .>5c THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone 1487 Druggists and Stationers Next Oallai Hotel Special on Cherries for Preserving and Apples for Cooking NOW IS THE TIME TO PRESERVE CHERRIES. PRICES WILL BE HIGHER IF YOU WAIT. WE HAVE A SPECIAL LOT OF APPLES FOR COO KIM G PUT UP IN HALF BOXES, WHICH WE ARE OFFERING VERY CHEAP, THE QUALITY OF THESE IS RIGHT. A SPECIAL SNAP ON SMALL SIZE HAMS, WEIGH ABOUT 8 OR 10 LBS. EACH. DARK RED WINDSOR CHERRIES. Per crate. 4 baskets................ ROYAL ANN CHERRIES Per crate, 4 baskets .............. In 8 lb. flat boxes ...................... $1.00 RED CURRANTS. A few only Per crate, 24 baskets ............. 2.75 2.25 .. $1.00 2.90 APPLES. In half boxes, first good cooking apples from the state of Washington this year. Q� Per half box ......................... 1.03 RED RA8PBERRIE8 FOR PRESERVING. Ship, ments to start Saturday this week, direct from growers in B.C., and should arrive all Q f a next week. Price per crate ............ HON� Sit, 2 Nor...234 4 Nor.. .217 6 Nor... 165 .......153 No. 3 C. u. No. 1 Nor.. .237 No. No. 3 Nor.. .229 No. No. 5 Nor... 192 No. Feed.............. Oats-No. 2 C. W. 79 Extra No. 1 Feed....... Barley- No. 3 ......125 No. 4 Rejected and Feed ............110 Flax-No. 1 N. W. C._........ No. 2 C. W. 297 No. 77% . 77 .120 .........300 3 C. "W. 283 New Barber Shop WESTBROOK BROS. FORMERLY BARBERS WITH W. A. OTT ARE OPENING A BARBER SHOP IN THE blennek-iiassett block, 6th st. s. OPPOSITE BANK OF MONTREAL TO OLD AND NEW FRIENDS NOW OPEN Superior Supply Co. 2nd Ave. S. and 13th Street. MININQ, BUILDING eV RAILWAY SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT TUOHOPt ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS GANG PLOWS SULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTACH- BUGGIES MENTS. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BINDER ENGINES PHONE 1726-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR LOCAL MARKETS Grain & Livestock Prices Track Prices Wheat .....21G Oats......63 Flax......- Barley .....- LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 8c; choice 7c. Select hogs, 150 to 250 lbs. 14c. Choice killing wethers, sheared 10c. Choice killing ewes, sheared, 9c. Wagor* Prices Wheat .....211 Oats......59% Flax......271 Barley .....105 cows. Leaning over our counter a few days agev^a- gentleman repeated to us in_great confidence that there weri a "million reasons" why he 'hadn't slept the previous night. Naturally we were full of sympathy-and suggestion. Our suggestion to him was Iligiiibotham's CITY AND DISTRICT Police Magistrate. Reginald G. Upton of Warner, has been appointed a police magistrate. Delivery Van A. J. Tickner Co., grocers, have Installed a new auto delivery van. Notary Public. Joseph Donovan of Barons, been appointed a notary public. has New Raymond Company. . The Raymond Pool Co., Ltd., of Raymond, has been incorporated with a capital of $20,000. Issuer of Marriage Licenses. T. J. O'Brien ot Raymond has boon appointed an issuer of marriage licenses. Commissioners for Affidavits. P. J. Terrion of Plncher Station, Win. Pollock of Tabor, James Gordon of Warner, have been appointed commissioners for taking affidavits. Closes Office Dr. E. G. Simmonds is leaving today for a couple of weeks' holiday, during which time his office will bo closed. To Entertain For Red Cross. Miss Madeline Kalinowski,* dramatic reader and dancer from Minneapolis N. W. Conservatory will givo an entertainment in Coaldale on Saturday evening, Jply 28th, 1917. under the auspices of the Halona club. Proceeds for the Red Cross. Admission 25c and 15c clean, cool, white Sheets. I was in the band but the last trip in evorybody had to work and 1 was detailed as brigade runner during the advance. Hoy Harris was, carrying rations in. He was killed at 3.30 a.m. the 26th, and I didn't know about it until late that night. I certainly felt awful about it and wondered what you would all think at home. Strange, but he was the only one of the party hurt and he was killed by tho concussion of a big shell. He was in no way marked and did not suffer. We lost pretty heavily the next day or two and on the 28th the officer in command detailed me to go with him to the front lino. I stuck with him all day and all night and at 2.30 a.m. 29th, a blamed stray whizz hang hit right at my feet and all 1 got was a couple of pieces In tho arm. A great powor protected mo and my escape, was a miracle. The officer dressed my wounds nnd when I went back ho put his arm around me and said, "Good-byo, old man, I'm sorry to lose you, but take a good, long rest, you've earned The N.C.O. in charge, who was holping him, said, "Mercer, you've done great work." I tell you it made mo feel the best I have felt for a long time, nnd I was sorry to loriVe the hoys who wore i\ fine bunch. I'll tell you the whole story when [ get home. Since leaving the lino the-trcntment has been royal. Largo crowds greeted us In London and we were showered with flowers, being 4th July, the city was a mass of stars and stripes and after an auto ride through London. I am now located in the hospital whore nothing ia left undone to make things pleaBant and comfortable. THE "TWO FOR ONE" IS COMING. Finish The "comfort" is his now. How about yours? Per Bottle 35c For Hotel Use* In Gallons: $2.75 (Money back if it doesn't kill.) J. D. Higiabothan & Co " Limited ~~~~ Alberta's Pioneer Druggist** The 3teaK **� Wholesale an* -stall ehsmlsta TELEPHONE NO. 123 Police Court Two Austrians appeared before Mag Istrate Elton this morning for failing to register. They were soaked five and costs each. Jim Lung a Chinese kitchen mechanic in the Lethbridge hotel, got peeved at a boy who stood at the kitchen window and passed remarks. Jim threW a pailful1 of lye suds on the boy and the suds ate holes in his face. Lung appeared on a charge of assault but tho charge was withdrawn on the Chinaman offering to pay the boy's medical expenses. Plumbing, Gas,Steam and :-: Hot Water Fitting :-: PRESSURE SY8TEMS FOR FARM HOMES Knapman Plumbing & Heating Co. PHON*E 1892 710 FIFTK AVE. S. ANNOUNCEMENT A dance will be held in the K. of P. hall on Saturday, July 28. Everybody welcome. A good time assured. Gents 75c. Ladies free. .. 191-2 TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION WANTED-Experienced stenographer with knowledge of bookkeeping wishes position. Apply Box 4, Heraid otlico. ' 191-6x WIN-WAR! CONVENTION. Toronto, July 25.-A call for the win-the-war convention just issued bears the signatures of over 125 of Ontario's moat prominent citixens. "We can count 'on their help and support," says a note. The objects of the organization as will be laid before the convention when it meetB August 2 and 3 are that: Canada shall dedicate all her resources of men aid means to winning the war; that cpnscriptlve measures be immediately adopted and enforced; that a national non-partisan government be established for the vigorous prosecution of the war; thnt all patriotic elements in the country which play winning of tho war above all other considerations be united. CARD OF THANKS. Mr. and Mrs.,.James McGowan and family desire to thank their many friends for their kindness and sympathy shown to them in their recent sad bereavement, also for the many floral' tributes from tho following: Father and mother and family, wreath; Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Knight, cross;-Mr. and Mrs. John Kerr and family, Passburg, wreath; employees of Lethbridge Land and Coal Co., wreath; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stevenson and family, spray; Mr. and Mrs. Donald McNahb, spray; Mr. and Mrs. Howes and Miss E. Turner, spray;, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Birrell and family, spray; Mrs. Dougall and family, spray; Mr. and Mrs. John Hamilton, spray; Mrs. W. S. Hill, Bpray; Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Peako and family, spray; Mr. and Mrs. A. McPheat, spray; Mrs. 10. Butler and family, spray; Mrs. Jones, spray. Pall bearers at tho funeral wore Messrs. l)aniel Cochrane, David Coutts, George Gohello, Paul Sminge, John Hamilton, John Stevenson. Office Stationery UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS, F. & E. CHECK WRITER, CHICAGO PENCIL SHARPENER, OFFICE FURNITURE, TYPEWRITERS OVERHAULED, CLEANED AND REPAIRED. V EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE Everall & Franks Sinnott Block, ' Corner 4th Ave. and 5th St. | ...J---------HX_ AFTER THE BATH One feels greatly refreshed and invigorated. Have, you stopped to consider what a real blessing a real, genuine, large porcelain ' bath tub is in the houae. Just stop in our store and.take a good look at one. You'll bf astonished with their beauty and serviceability. Walker fcHolberton PLUMBING, HEATING AND GASFITTINO Ptlpne 621 111% 4th Ave.-,f). INT (From Our pwn Correspondent) Magrath, July 25.-The celebration July 24th went off very good, everyone enjoying the day, especially the children. A very good program wns given in the assembly hall, stories and demonstrations of pioneer life were very good. The baseball game between Magrath aud Raymond was a victory for the home team. The grain on tmmmerfailow ground Is standing the dry spell remarkably well, some of it commencing to turn. Magrath people will be glad to road the following extracts of a Jotter received by Mrs. Mercer from her Iuib band, who was wounded recently and is now in a London hospital: Metropolitan Hospital, London, July G, 1917. Am now located fine and dandy in "London Town." Believe me,. It feels good to be clean and sleeping between LOOK FOR THE "TWO FOR ONE.' Ready to use-rmade to wear this it the kind of paint Uiat interest* fryery property owner* No fuss or bother coUficjilig �if tnixing mnt�r{nl�'aimnlv the choosing ofi^ufiible color materials, simply the choosing from ihe shade card, which shows the latest popular combinations. is a good old-fashioned paint, made by The Canada Paint Co. Ready for the job, and ___ made to look well, and wear well. We can help you with suggestions as to the best combinations to use. Call round and see us. Consumers Hardware Co. Botvvaan Hlfllnbotham'a and Hudson's Bay Stores. Phone 1212 1SS 19 1527 ;