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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beit a Day Hotel in Alberta SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIALS RED RASPBERRIES, all rini' qimlily. L' bas- kets for................................. 25c ROYAL ANN CHERRIES. Ill large smuvbi'iT.v baskets, uacli '5C PIE CHERRIES, ]iini Imslicts. 2 for 25c SPECIAL PRICE BY THE CASE BARTLETT PEARS, per 55c LOGANBERRIES, 2 baskets foil.............25c GOOSEBERRIES, sumo large ones ill largo nuvberry baskets, each 15c Small baskets, eaeli......................... 10c PEACHES, finest Freestones, per bnskut 60o CALIFORNIA PLUMS, per basket .....v.... 65o I'uoluMl kinds, sliced, ready for use. Special all I'niils after nine o'clock tonight THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES CITY ANDJMSTRICT H. Ostlund on Holiday R Smith v.'ell be 111 charge of H. Ostlmul's law practice during August, .while Mr. Ostlund is oil Uis vacation. Agent for Briscoe Thomas Quiim agent for John Deere lines has been given the ills- I trilmtitig agency for the Brlscoe car. A car load of these automobiles were unloaded at his warehouse this week. LATEST POPULAR SONGS "You'll Always be the Same Sweet Baby." by A. Sey- mour Brown; "It's Making me by Stanley Murphy; "The Whole Love You M the by World Uo'ves a by R. A. en Trix. 25c each. 5 for 51.00 THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1487. Foreman at Laundry "Harry Farrow, who has been man- ager of the steam laundry at Medi- cine Hat. is foreman at the Leih- bridge steam laundry during the ab- sence of his father. C. S. Farrow, who has gone to Chicago. FURNACES Sheet Metal Work Geo. R, Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK MARKETS 18 From Post Office Enlist. In the report of the-Post Office honor roll in the Herald recently, ii was slated that 17 men of 25 had en- listed. It should have been stated that 17 men out of the men on the staff have enlisten. Postman Buuce enlisted todny, making it IS out ot 23 or over "S per cent. FUTURES. .......126% ........1231s 122% WATERTON LAKES Mutt Jefi Pavilion FLOATING CAFE SUPERIOR HOTEL ACCOM- REASON- ABLE C. HUNTER, H. C. LEE. When Yon Want FEED Phone 732 Baled oi1 Loose Hay Delivered Promptly. The Saiuiders Hay Grain Co. July Oct........... Dec. July Oct. Flax- July......... Oct.......... WINNIPEG No. 1 Northern No. '2 Kortuern No. 3 Northern A- Xo. 2 C. W. Xo. 3 C. W....... Extra No. 1 feed No. 2 feed I Barley- No. 3...... I No. 4 Rejected Feed Flax- No. 1 N. W. C..... r I No. 2 .C. I Minneapolis. Oct.............. July -r.. Dec. Chicago, July iOct Dec 1221i 121 45 Coming Back to Canada The Hiah River Times says that Captain R. Anderson, former man- ager of the Union Bank there, is on his way home from ac- cept a military posuof some prorn- j iuence. He will visit with his father i at High River upon his arrival. Capl.' Anderson was formerly mana- ger of the Union Bank at Letlibridge. 1SV-4 "4 MARKETS. IS Hi 156% Man Acts as Bridtsmaid. When -Miss Eiva B. Sarley, of Ber- wick, and Arthur II. Knorr. of Bloonis- hurg. eloped to Scranton, Pa., they were keenly disappointed -when in- formed the voting woman they had to be bridesmaid was nuable 117% I to present. Thomas A. Heilly, a local business man. came to the rescue i u-Ith Walter Biirke, a broker, 44 ?i who took the bridesmaid's place. 43'- 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 odor is that fresh, clean smetl characteristic of pure Castile. Cakes in 2 sizes, 6 for 25c, and 3 for 25c Large Bars at 35c The Red Cross Drag Book Co., United PHONE 555. 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 42 .126 4 1KM 122 f. 125% 72 87 U 1S4 181 121 124 Vi NOTICE TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to. Aug. oth, 1916, for the janitorship of the Coalhurst school from Sept. 1st, .1916 to June 30th. 1917. Pdriiculars on application. Preference given to returned soldiers. D. Maimeil, Sac.-Treas., Coalhursi, Alta. 185-12 LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN 'PRICES TRACK PRICES: Wheat.................... 110% Oats.................. 3U% Flax ....................168 Wagon Prices: Wheat.................. 105 Oats................ 32V4 Flax...............' 151 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 6 to Fat to 6. Sheep Choice killing wethers, sheared. killing shear- ed, ,7. Select hogs, 160-200 Its. 9. LIVESTOCK FRIDAY PRICES. P.2S to Heifers ?5.65 to'15.75; Cows 84.75 to S5.I15; Hoes Sll.OO to S11.10; Sheep 17.75. to ?8.50. to 18.60; Cows 53.50 to Hog.H 87.60 to ?10.15; Sheep to S11.05. Farmers, Threshers, Well Drillers CASTINGS AND FORGINGS WELOED AND REINFORCED WE'CONDUCT A GENERAL OXY-ACETVLENE GAS WELDING GENERAL OXY-ACETVLENE SHOP R. BOSSERT 1266 2ND AVENUE SOUTH, NEAR ELLISON MILLS LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. OFSIAIEISNEXI Ottawa. order'that the Prime.Mimstei be relieved of pait of the various responsibilities iave developed upon liim tnrongh tlie j war, autiionzation ha? gneu the aovernprs-m council for appointment of a departmental of state for external affairs whence duties will be denned the government from time to time iml who will ulidertakp such duties in the iteeuce pf, tbe prime minister. No appointment 1m been but a senatoi or a member of parlia ment will be named at a hter date The -first appointment of this kind was that of F B Mcf to the pohi j tiou of pnrliamentao tor militia and defense _ It js possible that the svstem of naifiamentgij tec retaries will be extended tlian this. ONE TEASPOON- SPEZZAXO LEMONADE POWBEKI Is all that is needed to make a tumblerful of delicious, cooling lemonade. loc a tin J. D. Higinbotham Co. "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists." The StofH Wholesale and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 Calgary, July is en fete today on the occasion of a by the Duke and Duchess of Connaught (1 the Princess Patricia. The govcr- I nor-general came to review tiie L overseas troops mobilized at Sar- cec Camp, while the nut'hetis ami Prin- cess journeyed to Calgary for the pur- pose of inspecting the Ogiien Home for returned veterans, and meeting the lied Cross workers of the city mid pro- vince. Some people saw the rc- 'view at the camp and the.march past of the soldiers, who worn divided into three brigades, was voted the finest military spectacle ever witnessed hero. i After the inarch past, the Duke called ion the soldiers for three cheers-for !the King which were given with a will. i Following their inspection of (he Home and the Red Cross depot. !the Duchess .and-Princess-attended a- reception on the grounds of Pat Burns' residence, which was attended by sev- ierul hundred Red Cross workers, many of whom were presented. Abbnt eight hundred people arrived in the city on the special excursion run by'the Leilibridge Red Cross. Unfortun ately they came too iate to get out for the bin the committee in i charge are. well pleased as the trip j was woll patronized and the Loth- !bridge lied Cross will benefit'to the j extent of several hundred dollars as a i result. This afternoon the visitors are being1 taken out to ihs Ogclcn Home in special cars. THE 2 GEORGES XOWOPEN LUNCH COUNTER SOFT WILL OPEN IN A FEW DAYS PRIVATE BOOTHS FOR LADIES ADDISON HIGGINS 411 5TH ST. S. PROPRIETORS, GIVE US A CALL AUCTION SALE HOUSEHOLD FURNITUPxE on Tuesday, August 1 AT (508 fiTII AVE. SOUTH AT 1.30 P. M. (From our own Champion. Alta., July 28. Last Tuesday a hail storm passed over a part of this district, damaging some of the crops from 5 to 10 per cent. The recent rains are a great help to the crops. The quarterly conference was held by the Mormons in the Sherwood school house, last week-end. -Presi- dent Wood and others from Cardston were in attendance. On Monday the wards assembled at the river and had a picn a pronounced success. ic, which was The baseball game Was the the Mormons t feature, in- which rd beaten 8 to 1. House of P f presidpnt ot COUNT M. KAROLY.1; mber of the Hungarian of Parliament has heen made a indppendunt party. Private Sale of Household Furniture 'Library, bedroom, dining-room and kitchen furniture, including rugs, old and new, new gas range, fine kitchenette dishwaither, new cabinet. All good tolid ItUfr built to last, no junk. Also a "variety of imall ef> fectt and electric chafing dish, hand painted china and chlldren't icientifk play apparatus 10 a.m. till 5 p. in. i Green' Gables, oppo- Momlay I -site Post O'rfk'c Waterton Lakes Pleasure Resort Waterton Hotel now open for Tourlats fn good condition Plncher" Creek or Cardston. 'j HAZZARO, Prop, George Barber, teller of. the Bank of Hamilton, is enjoying a few'days' jholiday at Nanton, where he is at- tending the fair. Frame, Clements-and; Mof- fat returned from Spokane this week. They went down lo register for land which is to he opened in the near' fur ture. Others from here have reg- istered also. The Smith family motored over-to Frankburg last Sunday, whore, they attended conference. Matt Roberts and son are enjoying a two .-.icy ir, the 'hills." A number of autoa-from Champion went over to ,Vufc an last Wednesday to dance.' Diemert iff spending a few weeks witli relatives and friends'down urn m Kamloops, B. C.. July H. j .Fairfield, superintendent of the Du-i minion Experimental farm ui Leth-: read a paper on "Grow-; jing Winter Feed Under Irrigation." at, [the annual convention of the Western Canada Irrigation Association here. Mr. Fairfield extolled the advantages from irrigated lands in the growing of forage crops for the elementary reason that the uncertain rainfall meant a backward tendency for the feed. Realizes Benefits Deputy Minister Auld, of Saskatche- wan stated that bis government had realized f.o the full thts benefits to be derived from irrigation, likewise the fruitful activities of the Western Can- ada Irrigation association. In proof of that appreciation the government would ma.ke a financial grant to Hie organization in keeping with the Brit-, ish Columbia. Alberta and Dominion The officers of the association for the term are as follows: Hon- orary president, Hon. Dr. W. X Roche; president, Hon. R. Motherwell, Sas- katchewan; [h-st honorary vice-presi- dent, Hon. Duncan Marshall, Alberta; second -honorary vice-president, Hon. W. R. Ross, Victoria; first "vice-pre- sident, Senator Bostock, British Col' umbia; second vice-president, G. H. Marnpch, Lethbridge; executive com- mittee. W. B. Scott, Victoria; J. L. Broivii, Kamloops; F. E. R. Wollaston, Vernon; James Johnston, Nelson; F. Calgary; R. G. Williamson, Maple Creek; W. D, Trago, Glelchen, Alta., and A. S. Dawson, Calgary; east and four west of the Rockies. -His" Royal the Duke of Conmrught, sent a wire stating that he gladly, accepted 10 be- come a patron of the association. W. L. WILSON Auctioneer INSTRUCTED BY THE OWNER, WILL SELL THE FOLLOWING: 1 Nordheimer Piano, 1 .library table, oak rockers, hall, rack, oak arrh chain, centre tables, 1 extension table, 1 combination china cabinet and writing desk set of dining chairs, Singer Sewing ma, chine, quantity of books, carpet squares, several small rugs, beds, springs and mattresses, dressers and stands, 1 Ostermoor culhions, curtains and blinds, pictures, high chair, child's kinder aarten set, 1 large mirror, 2 gas heaters, 1 gas range, 1 couch, Im-- oleum, blinds and curtains 1 3-burner oil stove, kitchen ejectrjc iron, electric fixtures, fall leaf table. TE'RMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S PHONE- 1023. GOODS ON VIEW MONDAY FROM 2 TO pot explains, is that military auth- orities do- not wish any -leakage of military information during that which is expected to bring NO MAIU FOR TWO MONTHS, REPORT IN: CIRCULATION. A i eport is in en dilation m Win nipeg that no mail from England or _ France WH WDSB the Atlantic for theyimportant changes m the war sjtua-J next two months. The reason, the re-1 tson. r in North Dakota, She stay about a month. is expected to ANNOUNCEMENT You will have a pleasant evening if you attend the ice cream. and rasp- berry social at Westminster" church on Thlirsday evening next. j body welcome. CAPTURES BRITISH BOAT Berlin, u-ircless to Say- ville, July German aiix- iliaiy firulsor at one o'clock on the morning of July afttr an 'fingageinent with the armed steamship Kskimo captured tho ship ami brought lior into port according to ti statement given out by the German admiralty. The encounter look place .'it :i point J5 miles southeast of Ar-