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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT HIGH CLASS LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beat Day Hotel in Alberta "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 CONVfNCE 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. BLUEBERRIES ARRIVING NOW. 75c SHERRIFF.'S SCOTCH MARMALADE, Hi. glass... 4 till MACARONI, bulk, 2 Mis. for 25c CANADA FIRST MILK, per lin..........-... 10c PRUNES 10 Ib boxes, 00-70............. ROYAL GOLDEN WEST SOAP, 2 pkts. tor.............................. 45c A Shipment of TRIPURE WATER just arrived. gal. crock SLICED COOKED MEATS SANDWICH HAMi SOILED HAM, ROAST LEMONS, per Am.......................... 30c pQRK DRESSING S. JELLY TONGUE HIRES ROOT BEER EXT. par bottle 25o sliced per I'll.........................----- 40o BLUEBERRIES, per 15 Ib. basket....... CHERRIES, -May Duke, excellent for 20 Ib. case.' special MONTMORENCY, 4 bns. crate, special.....51.76 PIE CHERRIES, 21 bo's. Case PIE CHERRIES, per basket................ 15c PEACHES, per basket 60c' 'BARTLETT PEARS, per basket 55c PLUMS, per basket................. 65c 4 70c ORANGES, L> doz. for 45c DILL PICKLES, gal. glass jars S1.10v OLIVES, in bulk, per pint 25c BRICK CHEESE, per Ib................... 30c BRICK CHEESE, whole brick, about 5 Ibs., per Ib. 2'c JAMS, in I Ib. pails, apple ami strawberry 45c Apple and Baspoerry, Apple and Currant .45c BAKED LUNCH LOAF 25c PEAMEALED BACKS, sliced per Ib....... 30c In piece per Ib.......................... 28c PEAMEAL COTTAGE ROLL BONED 28c lii the piece, per Ib...................... 25c BACON, Sterling Brand, large size by tbe piece, per 2Sc THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES You Need it in Your Kitchen Your Grocer Will Supply It See that You Get "OUR the next Sack of Flour you buy. It will pay you. _________ Ellison Milling and Elevator Co., Limited LATEST POPULAR SONGS World Loves a Lover. by R. A. en 1 nx. 25c each, 5 for 51.00 THE KENNY ALLIN CO, Lid. NEXT. DALLAS. HOTLL. PHONE 1487. CITY AMD DISTRICT Death of Former Resident j Edward Brown, formerly a resident i of the Sherburn district, south east of" Taber, died recently at Smith, Mont. Is in Calgary L'. C. Tesple is ou a business trin to Calgary. FURNACES Sheet Metal Work Geo. K. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK X SARCEE EXCURSION ..TOMORROW The excursion under the aus- pices of the Letllbriage Ken Cross to Sarcee Camp takes place tomorro.v, trains leavius Mngrath at 5 a.m. and LetU- bridge G.30 a.m. c. Joins Hayr Hardware .Co. Thomas Elder an experienced hard- ware maji. from Medicine Hat, has .eel the Hayr Hardware Co. staff. jjoim A Store at Grassy Lake J. H. Watson, of Kipp, is opening a A I general store at Grassy Lake in the i premises formerly occupied by the late i E. J. James-Davies. Frederick Klinshell. of Vulcan, a pears on the casualty lists today being wounded in France. WATERTON LAKES Mutt Jeff Pavilion FLOATING CAFE SUPERIOR..HOTEL ACCOM- REASON- ABLE C. HUNTER, H. C. LEE. KIPPIIUWE Cafe Closed Temporarily The''Alexandra hotel cafe has been closed for several days for repairs. The Lethbridge Hotel cafe has been opened for the first time siuce July 1st. You Want FEED Phone 732 Baled or Loose Hay Delivered Promptly. The Saunrters Hay Grain Co. C. P.' R. Film In the campaign. for "safety first" the Canadian Pacific has secured a two reel film, "The House that Jack Bulit" which it is supplyig to the Starland theatre to be shown nest Monday and Tuesday. The film is both interesting and instructive. A pleasing love story runs through the two reels: tion that Grant' Hall, -western man of the C.P.R., will pay a visit to the' country north-east of Lettlbridge traversed by 'the SnffieM-Retlaw line, and on which-a -5 mile extension to-i ward- Kipp lias been asked oy the farmers, most of whom have to haul grain 25 mile's.' Mr. Hall will visit That district-about August 21st. The company, however, is not hold- ing out much encouragement that the extension will he built as little con- struction is being undertaken at pres- Jack Rudd Wounded Jack Rudd; a former Lethbridge res- ident, has been wounded at the front. His name appeared' in yesterday's cas- ualty list. Pte. Rufld is a brother-in- law 'of Const. Sid Wallis dt the city] police. He was formerly check welgll-' man at the Gait mines; hut left the city, going to the coast, enlisting with the C2ud battalion at Victoria. While in the city he was mem- ber of the Foresters..and S..O. E. foot- ibaii teams. CASTIL 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- i paratively cheap. We have just ".received a ship- ment of the 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 r The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited JPHONE .5c5. CITY AND DISTRICT Mayor to Attend Mayor Hardie goes next month to Montreal where he will attend the an- nual convention of the Union of Can- adian Municipalities. August 21-23. On Tuesday evening. Aug. 22, he will de- liver an address on city government by commission only. The program states in this connection: The City of Lethbrldge is administered by a Com- mission of three, of which Mayor liar- die'is one, and as he has had exper- ience of both the old and the new re- gimes this paper will have the'advan- tage of being given by a practical ex- ponent.. The THE 2 GEORGES NOW OPEN LUNCH COTJNTER WILL OPEN IN A FEW DAYS PRIVATE BOOTHS FOR LADIES ADDISON H1GGINS 4.1.1. 5TH. ST. S PROPRIETORS, GIVE US A CALL 36% 165% LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL' GRAIN PRICES TRACK PRICES: Wheat Flax........... Wagon Prices: 155 Oats...................3214 Plar 151 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers. 6 to Fat cows, to 6. Sheep Choice tailing wethers, sheared, killing ewes, shear- ed, 7. Select hogs, 150-200 Ibs. 9. MARKETS THURSDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES Steers, Winnipeg. July 28 Local 'wheat market was cents higher for July, cents down for. October, 'and cents down for December. Oats were H cent higher, with barley unchanged. Flax was cent up for July, 2% cents higher for October -and 3 cents higher for November. Minneapolis wheat was '.g cent down for July, 1111, icent down'for September and cent Idpwn for December.. Chicago, wheat 1% cents lower for July, 1; cent {down for September and cents! poorer, for--December. The.trade was [active but neither very big nor broad. >The situation could scarceli lie vorse I according to reports, yet the feeling was that new damage was necessary to ktep the markets up. Tbe gen- eral trade In Winnipeg was limited. The public were quiet, professionals covered with a" little scalping.'while outside interest was small. -There was a small amount of export trade re- ported. The cash business, was a shade better" than. Thursday but is poor. Oats were in fair demand; to cows, to ?5.DO; barley wa: hogs. to f 11.00; sheep, ?S.OO to Winnipeg: Chicago Steers. {6.75 to SS.GO; July cows, 53.50 to ?9.25; hogs, to October S10.15; sheep, 56.90 to J10.SO December very weak. FUTURES OftE TEASPQON- FUL SPEZZAXO LEMONADE POWBjER; is ail that is needed to make a tumblerful of delicious, cooling ietnunsdc. 15e a; tin J. D. Higinbotham Co. "Alberta's Pioneerr The Start Wholesalu and retail ohemlctt TE.LEPHONe NO., 322 WHERE TO GO FOE Roofing, Tinsmitbing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE 762 126 122% 126% 123% 122% 45 Private Sale of Household Furniture Library, bedroom, dining-room and kitchen furniture, including rugs, old. and new, new gas range, fine kitchenette dishwasher, new cabinet. Airgood sdhd stuff built to last, no junk, Also'a variety of small eff Cardstbn, a .daiighler. .still-horn.; At I.elhhridge. on Fri- day, July 21. to Mr. and B. Alnswortll, a son. ANNOUNCtMENT Knbx Tennis-C'lu'n'are giving a lawn social tonight home of Mr ami M 606 llth'St., South. GROCERY SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY ONLY Christie Sodas, in tins Peerless or Weston's Sodas, pkgs..........20C and Sour Pickles, in 18 m. bottles, per bottle 20c Eoyal Shield Baking 12 oz.'t'ms. per tin Or 2 for.......... 35c Powder, 13c ..-25c WESTERN MERCANTILE COMPANY We Deliver to ANY Part Of the City Where Your DOLLAR Does Its Duty PHONE 1724 606 3rd AVE., S- ;