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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beat >n Day Hotel in Alberta of as on Taylor PRESERVING STRAWBERRIES WILL BE ON THE MARKET IN ANOTHER WEEK OR TEN DAYS. WE HAVE MADE ARRANGE- MENTS WITH SEVERAL GROWERS IN 8. C. AND IDAHO TO HANDLE THEIR CROPS. THESE BERRIES WILL BE SHIPPED DIRECT TO US THE DAY THEY ARE PICKED WHICH WILL IN- SURE A NO. 1 STOCK AT THE VERY LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE. ORDERS BOOKED NOW TO BE DELIVERED WHEN PRICE AND QUALITY ARE THE BEST. Office Phone IHt, GOOD Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERS, LETHBRIDGE 525 Free Lecture Flrtt Church of Christ, Scien- tist, of Lethbridge, Alberta, an- nounces i tree lecture on CHRISTIAN SCIENCE, by Prof. Hermann S. Hering, C. S. B., member of the Board of Lec- of the Mother Church, The First Church of Christ Sci- entist, in Boston, Massachusetts, to be given in the V.M.C.A. Auditorium On Friday Eveuiug, June 16th AT 8.30 O'CLOCK You and your friends arc cor- dially invited to be present. m Weefc in Churches Winnipeg, June dispatch the Winnipeg Telegram from Ottawa today says: "The total officers' casualty list according to a telegram received today by the adjutant-general is 131 killed and 735 wounded in the recent fight, wHile of the non-com- missioned officers and men, are reported wounded and killed. From the extent of the losses, however, it is believed here British troops are included and in- formation is being, cabled for." At Knox Tuesday at 8 p.m., W. M. S. meet- ing. Tuesday at S p.m., managers' meet- ing. i Thursday at S p.m., choir practice, i V i MARKETS At St. Andrew's WINNIPEG GRAIN PRICES Tonight at S o'clock. Senior Chris- July............... HO1." tiBU-Endeavor. October............ 3064; Wednesday at 2.30. Ladies' Aid. j December......... Wednesday at S p.m., Bible class. Thursday at S p.m.. choir practice. July Friday at 7.30, Intermediate Chris- Hay and Grain! WE ARE NOW LOCATED IN THE METALS. LIMITED, BUILDING, 1221 2ND AVENUE SOUTH, PHONE 732. and TFC are prepared to fill your reQaiTttSGEta of bay and grain, either -wholesale or retail. A trial order will satisfy you as .to quality, price and service. We have some good TIMOTHY SEED at -in. per Ib. 1UC Storage apace for rent. House- hold goods a specialty. The Saunders Hay Grain Co. board October Flax- July July Uan Endeavor. j At Wesley l Tuesday at S p.m., trustee f meeting. j In place of the regular mid-week September service, Mrs. Gordon Wright of Lou- Beeeinl.. j president of the Dominion C. T. U., will give an address in I .Tuly---- i Wesley hall on "Women's Work j War time." 45.4 lOlis, 11.16 i 40'. ISS.i ONE DAY MORE To Get tha We still have some of the balloons and these will be given with Tuesday. Get some artic-Je you are re- quiring, in medicines, toilet goods, stationery or any or our different lines and you will re- ceive a nice balloon for the chil- dren. Tke Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited PHONE 555. CITY AND DISTRICT Masonic Meeting North Star lodge No. 4., A.F. A.M. regular meeting tonight 111 .Masonic- hall, S. p. K. block. Important busi- ness. Visiting brethren cordially in- vited. Festival Committee Meeting A meeting of the local executive of the musical festival committee wili be held this evening in Wesley choir room, when the business of the recent festival will be wound up. I. 0. 0. F. Decoration Day A fair attendance of the local ledg- es of the I. O. O. K characterized the annual memorial services ol the or- j der yesterday, when graves of deceas- ed brethren were decorated at the local cemeteries. just how good a cook you are, unless you have used 10. .f.-i IGS MINNEAPOLIS 109 Vi in September......... 109 Li December....... Tbe Bible school and adult classes __ WINNIPEG CASH will meet at 1C a.m. on Sundays dur- j Wheat '-UK Hie summer months. _ [No. 1 Northern j The annual election of society re-jNo. 2 Northern i present-Hires .rill take place nent 3 Northern j Sunday morning. I Oats At Westminster i N'o. C. W Tonight, the ladies of the Ep worth 1 3 DO YOU IURN COAl? The Grace Coal Mine is now prepared to tsfce care of all orders. PHONE 125O The quality U the faett. DeliTefecl, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS League will meet at the home of Mrs. j Bruce for Red Cross sewing. j Tuesday at 8 p.m., Queens of Avelon (meet in church parlor. I Tuesday evening, the monthly busi- M i ness and social meeting of the Adult __I Bible class at the home of .Mrs. Jach- 1 son. N The prayer service Is withdrawn "ithls Wednesday in co-operation with the C. T. XL meeting in Wesley hail. No. 3........... No. 4........... Flax- No. 1 -2C.-.W. C: No.-2 C. 104 "s _ 105 10. .4 61 1-54 U LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon prices- Wheat j Thursday afternoon, monthly meet-1 Oats i iug of the Ladies' Aid in the church rFlas..... I parlor. Track prices Not Tonight The new run 'Chaplin comedy to have been shown at the Empress the- atre tonight, will not appear till to- morrow owing to delay in transmission. Leases MaunBsH Ranch Among other big land and ranch transactions recently consummated in Southern Alberta, it Is reported that ,7. B. Jett of Taber has leased the Jlauaseli ranch, north of Grassy lake. The ranch consists of acres of fine grazing land. j Friday at 4.15, junior choir prac- tice. At St. Cyprian's i Tuesday at S p.m., Dorcas society; I Adult Bible class meet for discussion tin the pariah room. j Wednesday at 8 p.m., service of in- Uercession. Thursday at 3 p.m., women of the church meet at the Red Cross rooms. At St. Wednesday at S p.m., interceseional service. At St. Mary's Tuesday at 8 vestry meeting in-the vestry. Wednesday at S p.m., service of in- tercession. At Scientist Wednesday at 8 p.m., testimony meeting. At Pentecostal Mission Tuesday at 8 p.m.. prayer and the Thursday at 8 p.m., special waiting -Avoid harsh purgatives for chil- dren.. Rexall Orderlies are sure, sat'e and gentle; 15c and 2oc. Sold only at [ing. Rexall Drug Stores. J. D. Higinboth- Wednesda Wheat..................... 94% 37% Flax......................14114 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers. 7Vi-to Fat cows, to 7. killing wethers gjfc. killing ewes Select hogs, 150-200 tbs, 9. Choice Seed Oats 100% germination, a bushel. Seed potatoes SL'lf per ton. F. O. Hyde Bowls Llon't bead over don't dip out the water don't touch the Dowl with jour hands just- foIloV the simple, easy directions on the Sani-Flush can. A closet c leaned with Sani- Flush is really clean 28 oz. can. J. D. Higinbotham Co. "Albert-Vs Orurigists." The .Store Wholesale and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO- 322 Ranched for a While I Captain Peregrine Aclaml, son of 1 the deputy minister 01 labor, nt Ot- tawa, reported wounded in recent ac- tions in Prance, was for some time engaged" fn raneli life on the Cowdry Maunsell property. He was an Upper Canada college boy. Mine Inspector Here Moe Johnson, who bus been under- ground mine manager at the Canada West of Taber, for some years, has been appointed mine inspector with headquarters at Lethbridge. Mr. Johnson will take uji his new duties about July 1st. WIIEKE CEUISEK HAMPSHIRE WAS SI'NK July 1st at Spring Coulee The residents of the Spring Coulee j district will celehrate Dominion Day July-1st with a big program of sports to be held at Spring Coulee and which j will Include all kinds oE contests, with j horse and a ball game. The program is a very attractive one, and a big time is promised all who j Visiting Cfergy Preach j Map shows the route to he followed by the Hampshire with Kitchener ent! and his staff aboard, en route to Russia, probably to arrange, ''or til t o eai. i yesterday morning and at Knox church j in the evening while Rev. Dr. rleustis of Red Deer, secretary of the Lord's Day Alliance, preached at Knox in the morning and Wesley in the even- ing. CITY Home U.F.A. Picnic at Milk P.iver Big plans are being for the United Farmers' picnic to be held at .Milk-River, on Thursday of this week. i The program includes foot and horse races, hall game and bucking contest, f m0ntli, death has visited'the home of [the address of the day will he deliver-j Mr. ami Mrs. A. W. last night Excursion to, Cpleman An excursion is being run from Leth bridge to Colenlan on July 1st in connection with the meeting of the mining institute to be held there. Sad Death of Margaret "Holt For the second time in lees than a ed by S. S. Dunham at'. 11 a.m. Mr. i Dunham, who is vice-president of the L..F.A., "will speak on farmers' topics. Picnic at Brocket A mammoth picnic in aid of the British Red Cross-will be held at Brocket on Friday, June 16, [or which a good program of sports has been ar- ranged, A bah' holiday lias been de- clared in -Pin cher Creek for that day. Tliere will be baseball and football matches, foot races, and patriotic ad- dresses.. Music will be provided all day, ami a biy ball will be held in the evening. J) .M- I in GIVES GOD CREDIT FOR "VICTORY.1 Amsterdam. .Time reply to; the congratulations of. his aunt, tlie j Princess ilary Louise. Dowager Grand DuaUsss of Baden, Emperor William telegraphed as Recruiting in Calgary Capt. C. H. Devine. of the Leth- hridge has been appoint- ed recruiting officer for the battalion j in Calgary. for your congratiJlatioi Fiow gloriously God helped our brave -blue boys. Praise and thanks to Him for His gracious assistance. I am deeply moved in the proud joy that my crea- tion. which has been tin; work of my I on God for the Baptism of the Holy Ghost. At Christian Tonight tot 8, Christian Wednesday at 8 p.m.. prayer meet- j'" L sr T'f 'e German fleet tore down the nimbus ol afternoon, Ladies' Aid am Go., 'Limited, Ad- society at the home of Mrs. vertlsement. 'worth, 611 9th Street. Duns- OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S RESIDENCE 547 SMITH, MURPHY CO. GROUND FLOOR SHERLOCK BLDG., LETHBRIDGE, ALTA, f Grain Grain Gain HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG, MAN. Your wheat is the greatest source of your income, and you be sure that it is hand- led through a firm which will give you the bent" services and obtainable. Srni. n-M ur- phy Co., arc at. your Grain Grain G'ain Gain "TtHC PROOF'.OF THE PROFITS IS THE RETURNS." W. K. PORTfR. MANAGER tCTMIRIOQC BRANCH. invincibility of the British sea power, May God further help HON. C, MITCHELL IS COM- ING WITH ROLL. June 10.. Her.. Charles .R. Mitchell, provincial treasurer for Alberta today called at the Legis- lative buildings, lie is on his way home from the east, where lie negoti- ated (he sale of worth ot' debentures, which will be uaed in the western province for nubile improve- ments. .Mr. Mitche.l was well pleased with tlie sale of the which, he says, was considerably better than Hie sale of the identical bonds a year ago. BRITISH WINNING IN AFRICA London, troops in- vading German Eaat Africa from the north have captured Mombo, a town on the railroad in the Usambara trict, while another British force op- erating from Ut.odeafa has ocmipied the town ol BiBmarskburg on the southeastern ahore of Lako Tanran- Former Local Man Wounded C. S. Karrow received a letter from M: B- Ryan of last Saturday, which he stated that his son, Bliss Ryan, who was in the employ of tho government telephone system here, for some time, and wiio enlisted with the -engineering corps, from Macleott, had been wounded in the recent tight- ing in the forearm and hip and is now .in the hosintal in England. Blizs has many friends in the city who will re- gret "to hear of ais misfortune. Negotiate Bond Sale, Mayor Hardie and Commissioner Grace arc in Edmonton today in con- nection with the sale of tlie worth of bonds which have been voted 'for almost two years but which have been held as collateral without selling. The bonds are now under optioii to A. F. Carrothers and Co.. of Edmon- ton, hut offers are corning' in from other linns and Hie. oily officials arc endeavoring either to have Car roth- j 6rs and Co., take- them up or release j them so that a sale may he made to other firms. .Margaret Helen, aged 10 years, pass- ed away and a .short lime ago her sister Joan, died. The father of tho little girl is ill in the hospital with typhoid fevee. The funeral will be held tomorrow at 10 o'clock-from Fet- terly's parlors, interment in the pub- lic cemetery. I Retlaw Hes.dtnt Dead An old resident of the Retlaw dist- rict died last in the person ot Bryan Me Andrews. Mr. McAndrc'.vs who was 67 years, of ago, :U for nearly' a .year. The di'i.'t! iscd his wife and twelve children to mourn his loss. The daughters are Mrs. John T. Burke, and Mrs. Siihbii Traugean, Regimental Orders J Drill tonight at without rifles. A full turnout .Is ex- pected. Funeral of Mrs. Stevenson The funeral of the late Mrs. C. Stevenson, who died rather -.sudden- ly last week, will take} place- tomor- row afternoon from trie residence, 1403 3rd Avenue North, Rev. Francis officiating. B. Death of Infant Wellington Ward, the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. N. ath Avenue South, took yes- terday. The. funeral "this afternoon. Rev. G. H. CobMedfok of: Was a W. E. Simpson, ed in the lists recently'as a success- ful student In the UnuUyear of North Cobalt, Ont.. .Mrs. McJS'augh- aminations is a Letlibridgu young man ton, of Couer d'Alene, Ida.; Mrs. P. a product of the schools. Winson, of Retlaw, and Misses Satlic j lie was articled with Qoriybesre, and Reta, of Lethbridgc, and Miss j Church, McArtliur .and Davidson, .but Myrtle at. home. 'The sone are, Al- j moved fO'Rdmontpn in jthe sprhig" fri- bert, Xavier, Walter, Philip and b., all take a position In a law office tlierei of Retlaw. The funeral took place He was given In-the published lists as -jemeierj'. Rev.' iV'athcf an Edmonton student. He is a son of BIdault.'pf Lethbrldge, officiated. D. A: Simpson of Lethljridge.' AND Sheet Metal Work Oeo. K.Dixon 'Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK 1J TOMORROW One Day Only! Charles Chaplin in "The Fireman" This if positively a 'first run Comedy Production, the second under his contract. PICIC IN AID OF THE BRITISH RED CROSS SOCIETY T BROCKET Friday, June 18, 1916 GOOD PliOGBAM OF SPORTS: BASEBALL FOOTBALL MATCHES, RACES, ETC. DANCING .PLATFORM WITH QOOD MUSIC ALL DAY HIQHLAN-j DANCING 'PATRIOTIC SPEECHES VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED AT RED CROSS .TENT ON Oi.OUNDS Bring Yonr Ball at Night TICKETS FOR BALL 41.00 PER COUPLE GOD SAVE THE KING ;