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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beit a Day Hotel in Alberta 1 Taylor Made" Insurance is Good Bread Policy Pride of Alberta and Mother's Our Bonus-A Bigger Loaf Let Us Supply You With Your Week-end Wants THE ECONOMICAL HOUSEWIFE WILL BENEFIT BY TAKING ADVANTAGE OF OUR WEEK-END SPECIALS A TRIAL ORDER WILL CONVINCE YOU. FRESH FRUITS ARRIVING DAILY, DIRECT FROM THE GROWER. BOOK YOUR ORDER NOW. THERE ARE STILL A FEW STRAWBERRIES COMING IN, BUT WILL SOON BE OVER. BLUE BERRIES ARRIVING NOW.. BLUEBERRIES. ]wr IS basket CHERRIES. May Duke, excellent for 20 Ib. case, MONTMORENCY, t tins, crate., special 52.25 PIE CHERRIES, 24 bas. case S3.25 PIE CHERRIES, per basket 15c PEACHES, per basket 60c BARTLETT PEARS, per busket 55o PLUMS. PIT basket................'. 65c 70c ORANGES. 2 doz. for 45C LEMONS, per doz......................... HIRES ROOT BEER EXT. per bottle 25o DILL PICKLES, gal. glass jnrs........... f'-10 GLvVES, in bulk, per pint CHEESE, per BRICK CHEESE, whole brick, about 25c 30c Ibs.. per JAMS, in I Ib. pails, apple and strawberry Apple ami Raspberry, Apple and Currant 15c 45o SHERRIFF'S SCOTCH MARMALADE, 2 Ib. glass............................... 45c 4 Hi. tin 75c MACARONI, bulk. 2 lire, tor................ 25c CANADA FIRST MILK, per till 10c PRUNES, 10 Ib. boxes, 60-70.........'.... ROYAL CROWN OR GOLDEN WEST SOAP, 2 pkts. for.............................. A Shipment of TRIPURE WATER just arrived. per n gill, crock SLICED COOKED MEATS SANDWICH HAM. SOILED HAM, ROAST PORK 4 DRESSING JELLY TONGUE sliced per Ib............................. 40c BAKED LUNCH LOAF 25c PEAMEALED BACKS, sliced per Ib....... 30c In piece per Ib.......................... 28c PEAMEAL COTTAGE ROLL 4 BONED 28c In the piece, per Ib...................... 25c BACON, Sterling Brand, large size by the piece, per Ib............................... 28c THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 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 LATEST POPULAR SONGS Whitinj: "You'll Al "I was a Dreamer, Too.1' 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, ;ays be the Same Sweet by A. Sey- mour Brown; "It's Making me Love You all the by Hel- en Trix...... for CO., CITY. AND DISTEICTJ Official News of Brother's Desth Mi.fS .1. C. McKay, of 'In school staff, lias received definite I word that her brother, Pte. Robert A. I MacKn'y of the Infantry, hu been France. He tn'.'i on He was reported missing- acny o i killed in action in May H FURNACES Sheet Metal Work Geo. E. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK MARKETS WINNIPEG MARKETS Wheat: Recruiting for A. M. j. In error the Herald stated jester- day that Corp. Auderson of tile Amer- lean Lesion was signing on men for the Amy Service Corps. It should have I been stated that he is signing on j i men for the Army Medical Corps j j which wants 200 men from Alberta im- j i mediately. This is a unit with which Pte. shippobotham re-enlisted i' other day. IDec. Oats: I July 44% 42 14 44% 43 i Barley: iOct. Results Soon U results of the -' Mi'' ci litest conducted by il-.i Mcr- will be announced proba''iv lo- 1 the ijnlge, D. H. ivltot. js nr.w considering the Jf '.1-5 arinus contestants. WATERTQN LAKES Mutt> Jeff Pavilion FLOATING CAFE SUPERIOR HOTEL ACCOM- REASON- V ABLE i July 1) Oct. C. HUNTER, H. C. LEE, ill UP IB IRK WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat: j No. I. Northern 1 i No. 2. Northern 1 No. 3. Northern Oats: No. 2. C. W............... I Xo. 3. C. Estra 1 Feed j Barley: jNo; 3........................ JNo. 1. N. C. W............. "Xo. 2. X. C. W.............. 1 C. O. F. Meeting I The, regular reeeling.of. tlie C. O. F. I will be held tonight at S p.m. lUgli ['f i Court convention report will be read, j also initiations. During the months of {August and September there will he I only one meeting, the Thursday of leach month. Wheat: July....'. Sept. Dec..... Chicago: 122 124 127 D. H. Elton Going on Holiday A. B. Hogg, the Cannangay barris-. ter, has arrived in the city to take over D. law business for n few weeks while the latter with Vis wife and family visits United States points, including Washington, D. 0. and Baltimore. 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 ts therefore com-, paratively cheap.. We have just received a ship- ment of the world's best CASTILE SOAP Its only odor is that fresh, clean smell characteristic of pure Castile. Cakes in 2 sizes, 6 for 25c, and 3 for 25c Large Bars at 35c Tke Red Cross Drug Beok Co., Limited PHONE 555. WEATHER Let lib ridge, fair Edmonton, cloudy Reginii, cloudy Prince Albert, cloudy Port Arthur, cloudy Calgary, cloudy Medicine Hat. cloudy .Maclcod. cloudy Red Deer, fair Nelson Saskatoon fair Brandon, cloudy Winnipeg, cloudy 7.1 74 76 THE 2 GEORGES NOW OPEN LUNCH COUNTER SOFT-. WILL OPEN IN A FEW DAYS PRIVATE BOOTHS FOR LADIES ADDISON HIG'GINS 411 !jTH ST. S. PROPRIETORS, GIVE US A CALL The weather over the prairie pro- vinces has heen mostly cloudy with local showers. Forecast: Manitoba and Saskatche- wan, some local showers or thunder- storms but mostly fair and moderately warm today and oh Friday. Alberta a few scattered showers -hut generally fair today and on Friday. Not much change in temperature. 'That the 113th Battalion will __. leave for the front until' the strength has heen brought up to is the Information received by Mayor liar- Wheat: July not Sept Dec. die this moraine from Pryce- Jones: ThfT battalio Ueut.-Col. n is shbrt of this number and each platoon has been ordered to fill up its own strength. The Lien tenant-Colonel gests to the mayor that the Citizens Recruiting Committe be resuscitated in' order to -help in securing the nec- essary men. GRAIN! Unequalled facilities for :iiig reliable Information regard- ing Grain! Frequent quotations. All markets. are invited to make free use of this service. Ask for bids. ;''on your carlots of grain. private wiret to New.York, Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Baircl Bottercll, Union Bank Building, .Phone 1599. G. COUGHLIN, Mgr. Minneapolis: 126% 124% 126 126% WEDNESDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES Calgary: Steers, ?6 to ?6.50; heif- rs, ?G cows, ?5.25 to hogs, to ?l6.85; sheep ?8 to 58.25. Chicago: Steers, ?6.7o to cows J3.5Q to bogs, to 510.10; sheep, 56.85 to 5S.40. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES TRACK PFJCES: Wheat" Oats Flax .Wagon Prices: Wheat Oats Flax LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 6 to Fat cows, to 6. Sheep.-T- Choice killing sheared, billing ewes, shear- ed. 7. Sslect hogs, 150-200 9. Good Fishing at Waterton lakes J. H. Lee of the Alexandra, hotel was today the recipient of a ib. trout -from the Waterton lakes, a present from Messrs. Hunter arid Lee who cater to campers at the big park The fishing at the lakes this year !s said to be especially good. Alberta Men Prisoners John Clelland, Fawn Lake, George i Scott, Grassy Lake. Joseph McLean, 'Bellevue, Clifford C. Miller, Bellevue i aud Henry Riles-. Cripnsdale, Alherta have all been officially reported pris- I oners of war. Close to the Germans. A letter Deceived Cal-1 gary from Major Dr. F. H. Mewburn, j relates that Captain Hastings Mew- burn was only 400 yards, from the German front the last time he heard from him. Arthur Mewburh was just leaving for the front. th Doctor wrote. When You Want FEED Phone 732 Baled or Loose Hay Delivered Promptly. The Saiinders Hay A- Grain Go. The True Odor Of the American Beauty Rose as embodied in HAKMONY BED KQSE TAlLCTDM POWDER WHITE OR FLESH j. D. Higinbotham Co. "Alberta's Pioneer Drugglstl." The tirst Board of Trade excursion the season will take place next Wed- nesday afternoon to the Turin and Iron Springs districts. This was decided at today's meeting of. the board of trade. Crops in these districts are worth seeing and the roads are In good shape. Tho route will take the party by Nolan's bridge on the v out and return by Diamond City and the traffic bridge. The fee for pas- sengers will be as last year. Owners of autos willing to .take the trip are asked to phone the secretary at once. People who desire to take i the trip will facilitate matters of they !will register this intention with the [secretary as soon as possible. LAWN SOCIAL In -aid of Knox Tennis Club Friday Evening, July 28 At Mr. M. S. Mi-Arthur's, comer Ave. ami llth St. South DURING THE EVENING STRAWBERRIES, ICE CREAM, LEM- .XONADE AND CAKE WILL BE SERVED. MUSIC, .CARDS, CROQUET AND OTHER AMUSEMENTS NO ADMISSION. EVER80DY WELCOME HAIL INSURANCE STRONGEST f OARD COMPANIES, APPROVED BY ALL BANKS fV'MONEY TO LOAN ON FARM LANDS" ._ Ihe ftlberta Securities, Ltd. BALMORAL. "BLOCK. LETHBRIDGE, PHONE 1245 Wholesale and retail TELEPHONE NO. 322 nue on the first trip at 5.S2. The red car will leave the fair grounds at 6 a.m. arriving at the depot at 6.15. All 'cars will meet the excursion on return. A Former Carmangay Man D. .Miles, a former Albertan and member of the 31st Calgary battalion, did his the side of the crown in the Irish rebellion, is evident from the littb 'volume of tbe war pamphlet, is- sued by the Canadian Hank of Com- merce. According to tbe report pufo- lished in the latest volume, llr. Jl. D. -Miles, formerly on the staff of tbe hank at Cannangay, enlisted for the accommodation of those who jwill patronize the lied Cross excnrs.- [ion to Sarcue on Saturday, the local Ret! Cross have arranged to have a diner attached to the train) This diner will be with the train right from Ma- gratli, so that those who join the train there, may secure their breakfast. Meals will be served "in the diner for the entire trip. Kxcursfoniats are ask- ed not to bring their own provisions BIRTH Monday, July 10th, at ValleyfleM. Que.j to Mr. and Mrs. R. Howard Dohson, a son. IR VINO On Friday, July 21st ,at Charlottotown. P. 33. I., to Mr. and Mrs. A. .1. Irving, a daughter. hank at Uannangay, euiistea in tne ose wo ave no purcase 31st battalion here in .November, 1.314. 'tickets for tbe excursion should do so but to patromzR me me (tea Cross are under a heavy guarantee to evening. .Ajugnst 3rd ce cream, rasp, and nthfr liubt refreshments provide the diner. Those who have not purchased their After training hero for some lime at Viotoria tiark, he. left Calgary in May, landing in Kngland about the entl or the month- While with Col. Bell bo rose to. be. regimental sergeant-major and was gazetted as lieutenant io Jlu; contemplating patronizing the trip. 4th battalion (2nd reserve) of ihe! Commissioner Freeman has author- Royal Irish Fusiliers. October, 1915. With this regiment he went to Ira- land on the outbreak of the revolt there, and when last heard of ho had done bis part "in suppressing the up- rising and was momentarily expecting orders fo proceed to Flanders, ANNOUNCEMENT ed not to bring their own provisions There will lie-an ica. cream social but to patronize iho the Red in Westminster church on Thursday ,.___ trt i evening. .August 3rd. Ice cream, rasp- berries and other light refreshments served. Everybody welcome. The Empire Confectionery and Ice Cream Parlor will iiiov'c from the Coaldale block to the Alberta Loan Building bcfiido the Orpheum Theatre on Monday. Pure Fruit Klavours-cxcluBiv'tfyare used In the fllllnga for Liggett'slihoc- olatea which are sold and guaranteed by all Hexall BjuB.Stores.-J. D. Hig- Inbotham Co., Limited, Druggists. at once. Word comes from the south country that there will be a big crowd on the train. Plenty of accommoda- tion will he provided If the committee are warned in time as to. the number ized a special car service (onven ience of .those in the- city- taking in the excursion. The first blue line car will leave Lethhrldgo at 5.42 and every 12 The white car will start 16 earlier arriving at 8th street and f ave you cigars lately? moked FRIDAY, JULY 28 At 2 p.m. and 7.30 p.m. v. This is a General Clean-up of the balance of the STANDARD FyRNlTURj COS STOCK REMEMBER-Everything goes to the Highest Bidder Terms Cash W.'L. Wilson, Auctioneer ;