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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta English MorelJa Preserving Cherries at a Big Bargain mTivcd a larso shipment this on consignment. All in excellent shape. Very Sneeial, per crate.............-.-i ftUM) Red Raspberries for Preserving COMMENCING TOMORROW WE EXPECT DAILY SHIPMENTS DIRECT FROM B. C. LEAVE YOUR ORDERS NOW. LOWEST MARKET PRICES. Black Caps and Loganberries HAD IF YOU WANT ANY PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW. THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES CITY AND_PISTBICT Winnifred Man ill at Front J. F. Annan of Wlnuifreil. Alia., is listed in today's casualties as being dangerously ill. I Kentish Association The regular monthly meeting of the L-ethhridge Kentish Association will be held in St. .Mary's Hall tonight S o'clock. Aug. Edison Records The New Edison Cylinder Records Have Just Arrived. COME EARLY AND LOOK THEM OVER THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1487. Kiltie Baseball Team The Kiltie's haseball team, ncv: tied for the championship of Bar- cee Leasne invide Lethbridse [his week. for full particu- lars in the sport page tomorrow. FURNACES Sheet Metal Work Geo. K. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK MARKETS Death of Infant The death occurred today of Anna, the 13 months' old daughter of Jlr. and Mrs George Rueliansky of 1106 10th avenue. Staffunlville. The funeral will j be held tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock from St. Patrick's church. WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat: WATERTON LAKES Mutt Jeff Pavilion FLOATING CAFE SUPERIOR HOTEL ACCOM. REASON- f ABLE C. HUNTER, H. C. LEE. yo. 1 Northern No. '1 Northern. No. Northern Oats: No. 1 C. W.................. No. i C. W................... I No. 3 C. W.................. Barley: 1 No. 2.................... No. 4 Flax: No. 1 N. C. W.............. No. 2 N. C. W.............. WINNIPEG MARKET WhiSt: 1.25H 1.1SU Notice to Companions of The Forest The Companions of the Forest. Confidence Circle No. I.Hi, will meet on Tuesday evening. 1st of August, at S.OO p.m. in Burtiman's Hall in- stead of St. Mary's I'arish Hall. All j members are requested to attend. j Bobby Fairbrother at Front j Letters received by memhers of the I Taylor Milling Co. staff from Bobby i I-'a'irbrother now with the artillery i at the front state that he is now a I signaller and occupies one of the I most hazardous positions of the ivhole j unit. But that isn't saying he .doesn't like the life. l.SS'.i l.SOli When Yon Want FEED Phone 732 Baled oi- Loose Hay Delivered Promptly; The Saunders Hay Grain Co. July Oct..... Dec..... Oats: LTuIy Oct..... Barley: Oct. Flax: Lluly .Oct. I Nov..... Wueat: (July 'Sept. Dec. 1.21% 1-0 is 1.S4 1.85 1.S5 MINNEAPOLIS 1.25V- 1.25V- 1.2514 CHICAGO 45 43 1.S4 1.86 K 1.27U i Wheat: Julv........... 1.10% 1.19% Sept............ 1.21 1.21% Dec. 1.24U 1.2-ttt LIVESTOCK SATURDAY'S PRICES j ?6.25 to 57.00; Heifers, ?5.65 to Cows, SJ.To to S5.65; Hogs, to Sheep, to to 3S.60; Cows, to 59.25: Hogs, 57.75 to I10.55; Sheen, to Boy Injured at Mine Nick Pinchof. a nine year olil boy, was seriously injured this morning at No. It mine of the Gait Collieries. i When the cage came up lie was standing by and in running past it i'caught and jammed him, breaking two ribs. The'ambulance was called and he was hurried to Gait hospital. For Patriotic Fund The Hon. Treas. It, J. Ritchie Pat- ereon acknowledges the receipt of the following contributions from the Ciiy of Letlibridge, Stable, Streets and Scavenging Departments per W. I H. Morris, being their contribution for period, June 15th to July l-5th. W. H. Morris, Jim Payne, W. Stonely, John Payne. E. Torakins. R. Half, J. 'Holmes, G. Burnham. R Scott, A. Tarlton, 90c; ,W. Tusiain, SL35; A. Arnold, A. ?1.25; C. Doe, SOc; W. Bogue, G. Shirley, ?1.00; R. Lynds, jl.40; J- Mills, 2oc; E. Groves Toial, 526.50. Come Here for Your Kodak Films and Supplies. Then Bring -us Your Exposed Film to be Finished. Each; Film to-developed and finished that you will get tha best possible results from each and every exposure.. FILMS MAILED TO US WILL BE' FlfJISHED'AND RETURN- ED IN 24 HOURS AFTER AR- RIVAL: Tke Red Cross Drug Book Co., United PHONE 555. EXCURSION POSTPONED. Owing to tlio fact that Coal- dale is holding a celebration on August 2nd, and that a gen- eral invitation has been ex- tended to Letlibridge people visit that district, the board of trade excursion planned for Wednesday to Iron Springs district has been postponed for READYIOBAIUE GRAIN! Unequalled facilities for secur- ing reliable information regard- ing Grain. Frequent quotations. AH markets. You are invited to make free use of this sen-ice. Ask for bids on your carlots of grain. Private wires to New York, Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Baircl Bottercll, Union Sank Building, Phone 1599. G. COUGHLIN, Mgr. LOCAL MARKETS PRICES LOCAL GRAIN TRACK PRICES: Wheat.......... Flax............... Wagon Prices: Wheat.................. 105 Oats.................. 32y, Flax.................. 151 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 6 to 6'A. Fat cows, to G. Sheep Choice Killing wethers, sheared, killing ewes, shear- led, 7- Select hogs, 150-200 Its, 9. Ottawa, July official state- iment containing tlie announcement j I that the government is taking action 36H [to prevent the spreading Patrick Tobin, Portsmouth, aged 30, .died in the Hotel Dieu, Kingston, i after a short illness. For some time lie had been inspecting shells ia a rmm- itions factory in Brockr TEMPERATURE 108 iN DETROIT j Detroit, Mich., July deaths were reported as due to the excessive heat in Detroit today. .Five local drown ings also were reported. The temperature recorded was 108 degrees, i Limited, paralysis in Canada was made today by the government. "Hon. Martin Burrell, minister oi agriculture, the lion, j .D.Jleid, min- ister customs, and.the Hon. Arthur Meighen, acting minister of the in- terior, whose departments are con- cerned with various phases of public health matters, had a conference and jointly instructed Dr. director-general of public 'health, John McDoiigall, commissioner of customs and D. Scott, superintendent of Immigration to confer, investigate and report. The result was a reconrmendaliou.to prohibit, until further notice any per- son under 16-years old coming from New York state or district into Can- ada unless a certificate from a duly intifiprj medical mati. can be produc- Satisfaction Is What Yon Always Gc if We Do Your Developing and Printing All WorU Don." an J. D. Higiflbotham Co. Limited "Alberta's Pioneer The IUPPER ISSUE SMINIS TO Vancouver, July jointly by II., C, Liberal leader of British Columbia, and Sir Charles llib- bert Tupper, the following message has been addressed to British Colum- bia soldiers. "Representing as we believe the public sentiment of the we extend this message. To you is given the opportunity of offering your man. hood in the defense of our country and the preservation of its institutions and ideals. To us at home falls the duty of maintaining those ideals and institutions in a way worthy of your I splendid sacrifice. In the performance of this duty, believe a united effort I should he made by the lover of clean government and efficient administra. tioa. both Liberals and to drive from office the men who are misgoverning onr -province. Proud as we would be to take, onr places beside yon on the field, and to offer our services and our lives in the common cause, we arc prevented by circum- stances from discharging that splendid duty. May onr Jesser part be perform- lied equally well. The least we can do is to strain every effort toward the improvement of public conditions so that we may welcome you home to a province cleansed of that which is evil and mean and sordid, and blessed with fine ideals, and good gov- ernment. You will exercise your fran- chise with nothing but the most sin- cere desire for the welfare of British We do not propose to dis- cuss the issues upon which the future of the province depends. Nor will we seek to influence you by promises. You-have long known the record of the present government. Their ten- ure of office has been marked by ex- travagance, iucompetency and whole- .'sale corruption. A chance is now af- forded to save British Columbia as you are rescuing unhappy Belgium, it "is a fight against official wrong-doing, i It is a fight in which not only all the 1 Liberals, but many Conservatives are united. (Signed.) "H C BREWSTBR. "C. H. TUPPER." You Need it In Your Kitchen Your Grocer Vtfill 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 TWAUB6RTA THE 2 GEORGES NOW OPEN 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 OF .HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE on Tuesday, August 1 AT GT II AVE. SOUTH AT 1.30 P. M. 7L WILSON Auctioneer ed if the public would renumber that oil showing that the person so travel- constipation is one of ins first cans lir.s has not linen Infected with cases es." "Kexall Orderlies" is the best I of infantile paralysis. The Hon. Mar- es. "Rexall orderlies is tne oestior mrantiie narajysis. me nun. reinedy for men, women, or children, j tin Itnrrell authorized the carrying out 15c and 25c, exclusively at Rexall of (lie recommendation, and the New Dnig Stores. J. D. Higinbothatn Co Farmers, Threshers, Well Drillers .CASTINGS AND FORQINGS WELDED AND REINFORCED Wl CONDUCT A GENERAL OXY.-ACETYLENE GAS WELDING SHOP R. BOSSERT 12M 2ND AVENUE SOUTH, NEAR ELLISON MILLS LETHBRIOGE, ALBERTA. York Press has been notified. Waterloo Lakes Pleasure Resort UkM Hotel open for.Tourittl. RoiSt In good condition via Plnchtr Creek or Carditon. J HAZZARO. Prtf. Wholesale and retail TELEPHONE NO. 322 WEATHER Letfcbridge, dear........ 7fi Edmonton, clear "S Saskatoon, elnatv......... Battlel'onl, 80 Port Arthur, clear....... 78 Nelson............... Sfi Red Deer, clear 76 i Calgary, clear........... 78 Hat, ciear clear Moose ,ww, ciuur Heghia, clear Prince Albert, clear Hnuidon, clear Portage, clear..... Winnipeg, cleiir SO 50 The weather over the pro- vinces has been mostly clear and cool, west fine and warm. Gbis Meek in'the City Churches' At Wesley .Weather permitting the annual pic- iic of the beginners depaitment of Vesley Sunday School wm ne on Vfcdnesda; from 3 to a o'clock at the lome of N C SUbbs, 701 5th avenue south, at S p m mid pray- er service Thursday at 3 p m, monthly meeting of the Ladies' Aid in the church pdilor of on Wcdnes- lay. Coilectorb Eoi systematic giving vill kindly make, their leturns. At St. Andrew's Tonight at 8 Senior Christian En- deavor in the Committee of nanagers in the church. JTuesdav at 8 Sunday School -inrl nffifPTS TUPOt in I lid teachers manse. 82- iT 81 PANTAGES VAUDEVILLE AT THE ORPHEUM FOR TONIGHT ONLY In presenting these popular Panlages shows we. take tile liberty of requesting yoj ,to turn out and e 'it your.support even In the faco of the hot weather to the Or 'plieuDi tonight will amplv repa> >ou At St. Mary's Tuesday at 8 p.m., vestry meeting. ".Wednesday at 8 p.m., intcrcesalonnl service. Thursday from 7 to Itlj p.m., recep. tionMo tlie members of St. Mary's congregation in honor of Rev. K. A. and Mrs. Snow on St. lawn. At St. Augustin's Wednesday at 8 p. m., intcrccssional service. At St. Cyprian's Wednesday at 8 p. m., intercessional .Special services next Sunday com memuraiivu ui iiiu ijueiiiiiliig of tl'if war. At Christian Tonight at 8 o'clock, Christian En deavor. Wednesday afternoon tlie annua Sunday School picnic will he held ai the river bottom. Wednesday at 8 p. m., prayer meet ing. At Knox Wednesday at 8 p. m., congregation al meeting in the vestry of the churcii Collectors for systematic giving fo Ladies' Aid will call during the week Next Sabbath at.'! o'clock, baptisms service in tho church. The Presbytery of Mncleoil wil meet in the vestry of I he church on Mig Sth to deal with matters ing Rev A. H.'Denoon's anpoljitmeu as rhanlain witta the Kilties. INSTRUCTED BY THE OWNER, WILL SELL THE FOLLOWING: 1 Nordheimer Piano, 1 library table, oak .rockers, hall rack, oak rnrcnairs, centre tables; 1 extension table, 1 combination chin.l writing desk set of dining chairs, Singer Sewing ma, hirie nuaivMty '6f Books, carpet squares, several small rugs, beds, pHng.'and dressers and stands, 1 O.termopr ma tre.s, uYhioni, curtain, and blinds, pictures, high, chair, child's .kinder- arten set 1 large mirror, 2 gas heaters, 1 gas range, 1 couch, n- feurn -bhnds and curtainf 1 3-burner. oil stove, kitchen utensils, leclric electric. fixtures, fall leaf table. TERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S PHONE 1023. GOODS ON VIEW MONDAY FROM 2 TO 5. Wednesday at S p. m., adult Bib class-meet in the vestry. Thursday at 8 p. m., choir practice; At Scientist Wednesday at eight p.m. tostimon meeting. At Pentecostal Mission. Tuesday at S p.m., prayer and til word. Citizens' Recruiting Meeting A meeting of citizens will bo he! ill the Board .of Trade building morrow, Tuesday, evening when citizens' recruiting meeting will held to help in the securing of me to fill up the Lethbrldge Highlan ers. Tlie meeting is called by A. I .McKeown and Uout. he in attendance. Asquith wi NJ'SCHWEITZER PROPRIETOR 'PHONE 1175 ;