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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR) Best a Day Hotel in Alberta I Pride of Alfrerta The Secret of the Hafi-py Home-- Taylor Made Mother's Favorite MONEY SAVED IS MONEY MADE LET US HE' P YOU SAVE SOME BY SELLING YOU SOME A I GROCERIES AT ROCK BOTTOM PRICES. IF YOU LIVE IN THE COUNTKY AND DO NOT WANT TO COME TO THE CITY, SENCI US YOUR ORDER AND WE WILL SHIP IT TO YOUR NEAREST RAILWAY STATION AND IF THE ORDER 13 FOR WE WILL PREPAY FREIGHT CHARGES. WRITE FOR OUR LATEST GRO- CERY PRICE LIST. THERE ARE MANY ARTICL ES THAT WILL INTEREST YOU. WE HAVE A LARGE STOCK BOUGHT WHEN PRICES WERE LOW. AND WE ARE WILLING TO SHARE THE BENEFIT WITH YOU. HERE ARE A FEW OF THEM. EVAPORATED APRICOTS. 25 !b. boxes. These havi' sum- up a pound simv wt- Ilii'lli. L'.'i I'D. PIT EVAPORATED PEACHES. Victoria Cross, very lin.-f! uualliy. 10 boxes S1.10 25 Ib. 52.50 EVAPORATED PRUNES, fifl-iOs, 10 Hi. hoses, per hox 51.15 Finest Quality SIAIM RICE. Ib. sacks. sack CANNED SALMON, reel. Yacht liraud. per iloz. tins S1.85 CANNED SALMON, Cascade brand, 'per this 51.45 CANNED TOMATOES, size ;ls. sanitary tins'. niimU-p brnnil. very fine uunlily, per case CANNED CREAM CORN, Parliament or Har- vest brand, nothing finer put up, per ease ASSORTED PURE JAMS. Raspberry, lilack Currant Teach. Plum, fiooseberry and Crab Apple Jelly, 12 4 Ib. tins ASSORTED JAMS, with Apple. Strawberry, Raspberry. Black Currant. Red Currant, Peach and Plum. 12-ls............................ SODA BISCUITS, about 20 Ibs. to die box. In box lois. per Ib............................ THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES AUCTION SALE -or- FURNITURE AT 2 P. M. At Sill Street South (Duff Is instructed to sell in the house lately occupied by Lieut, following Beds.: springs and mattresses, dressers and sta jut. Lowe, the following Beds.: springs and mattresses, dressers and stands, exten- sion table, centre tables, combination writing desk and book case, arass chairs, plants, two axminster squares. 1 Gramophone, sew- ing machine, kitchen range with high closet, 1 electric iron, dishes and kitchen utensils. NO RESERVE. TERMS CASH. The Popularity That OUR BEST" FLOUR enjoys is due only to the high standard of quality maintained and the moderate price at it is sold. See your grocer about it NOW ELLISON HULLING ELEVATOR CO. St. Louis. June the key- iuote of "Americanism and Peace, Pre- paredness and Prosperity." '.he Demu- crane national convention begun its 'first session shortly after noon today iwith not a single element in sight to idisiurb the harmonious re-nomination of President Wilson and Vice-Presi- idem Marshall. AVlieii National Chairman i called the convention 10 order. li.i-Oi) 'delegates, alternates and spectators. the big coliseum to the roof. 'Member? of the iiimonnl committee. i members of President Wilson's cabi- inei and party leaders from all over' the country had places on the plat- [form. Vice-presidential -booms were killed by'president Wilson'? direct word that ihft desired the re-nomination in Vice- President Marshall. on Saturday to'help the LO.D.E. buy socks for soldiers. i C9AL? The Grace Coal Mine is now prepared to take care of all orders. PHONE 1250 The quality is the best. ton At niiiie 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS Formerly of Lethbridge j One of Hie oldest employees or the I Canadian Western Natural Gas. Co.. Ltd., K. B. McLaws, has joined the j -Mr. McLaws was at one i time nusnaeer of the branch office at Lethbridge. but for the past 18 months has been attached to the head office !at Calgary. He signed up with the j IP 1st on Saturday afternoon. He is a son of D. McLaws, clerk of the court i at St. Thomas. Ont. MARKETS WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Convenient Correspondence .Most iieoylo consider liwir cor- respondence ;i task. U' you would make your corres- pondence a pleasant diversion instead of a use our kind of Stylish Stationery Our Siock te complete and up- to-date and includes all oi the correct finishes, tints, inc. Be sure to take a supply of cor- respondence cards when you MO nu that vacation trip. Initial Correspondence Cards 35c per box' Initial .Stationery 35c per box Tke Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited PHONE 555. CITY AND DISTRICT f Board of Trade Luncheon The Board of Trade will hold Its regular weekly luncheon at 12.30 to- morrow at the Lethlmdge Hotel. District Court In district court this morning; the case of McKiilop Co. vs. was in progress, out 1ms not yet been decided. Cadet Inspection Annual inspection of the Lethbritlge School Cadet Battalion N'o. 301 is now iii progress. .Major Birnie of the De- tciilion camp staff is inspecting offic- er. One company is being inspected each day. j --Former Man Wounded j A. former Lethbridge man has been in the recent fighting in [France in tlie person of C. 1-1. Baker, i of the university section oC the Prin- cess Pats. -Mr. Baiter was at one time j assistant .accountant of tlie Hank of j Commerce here and enlisted at Ed- monton. ROOFING AND Sheet Metal Work Gco. R. Dixon Co.. PHONE .1057 I" REAR STAFFORD BLOCK Hay and Grain! WE ARE NOW LOCATED IN THE MEtALS, LIMITED, BUILDING, 1221 2ND AVENUE SOUTH, PHONE 732, and we are prepared to fill your requirements of bay and grain, either or retail. A trial order will satisfy you as So quality, price and service. We have some good TIMOTHY SEED lit per lOc Storage space for rent. House- hold goods a specialty. The Saimdei's Hay iSr Grain Co. Open 'July............ 111H' !Oct............. lOTTi '.Dec............. ljuly............ ;Oet............. 41U ;july lliil iOci. 151 Winnipeg Cash Prices No. 1 Xortliern Xo. Northern i No. 3 Northern j Xo. 2 C. W.................. jXo. 3 C. i Extra Xo. 1 Feed i! Xo. 3 ;NO. 4 XD. 1 X. W. C.............. Xo. 2 C. W................. Chicago Wheat .July............ Sept............. JDec............. 108% HAIL INSURANCE STRONGEST BOND COMPANIES, APPROVED BY ALL BANKS The Alberta Securities, Ltd. BALMORAL BLOCK. LETHBRIDGE, PHONE 1245 July Sept. Dec. Minneapolis Wheat 103% LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon I Wheat................... !i3 OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S RESIDENCE 547 SMITH, MURPHY CO. GROUND FLOOR SHERLOCK BLDG., LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG, MAN. Grain Grain G'ain Gain Our Alberta office has been only opened eight months, yet we are enjoying the same high position in the esteem of Alberta Grain Growers which we have enjoyed with the Manitoba and Saskatch- ewan grain growers for past a "THE PROOF OF THE PROFITS IS IN THE W. K. PORTER. MANAGER LETHBRIDGE Grain Grain Grain Gain RETURNS." BRANCH. Oats jFlax.................... 1 i Track pricpa I Wheat.................... Oats.............'......... (Flax....................... 1 LIVESTOCK PRICES I Choice steers, i Kat cows. 6% to 7. killing'wethers hilling ewes 8% I Select tbs, il. Wool Gatherers! If you licensed HIP' averajyii Wool-man ol IKMHU' A "wool ercr" lie ini.u'lil feel (ilTeiidcd. Nevertheless that's his business Ours is to sell him Kemp's Branding Paint It never deteriorates the fleece. Not affected by "rain. Supplied in Reds and Blacks. Cases of six may, be assorted. per can. per case. J. D. Higinbotham Co. "Albert-3's Pioneer Druggists." Tke Stort Wholesale and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO! 322 To Visit Lethbridge S. R. Murch, of Kingston, Onfc, grand first principal of the grand chap- ter OL Royal Arcli Masons of Canada, will visit Lethbridge June and Mr. Murc-h is making a tw.i nicins.r' tour ot the and 'vil! visit about 50 chapters of Royal Arch Masons in his journey. While in Al- berta he will visit High Hirer, on June and :M Maclcod. :n and -2; Pinclier Creek, June and -4, on his westbound trip. Funeral of Margaret Holt The funeral ot" little Margaret Helen Holt, eidest daughter of Mr. and Mis. A. W. Iioit, who died on Sunday, was held yesterday morning from l-etter- ly's parlors. The pall bearers were I Stanley and Dudley Holt, cousins of the deceased, Bert Collier and Ar- thur .Westley. The following floral tributes were received, white tulips, father; white -carnations, mother: sprays. Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Holt, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Holt, Mr. and Mrs, R. Flower (Crow's Nest) Miss Usher, Mr. and Mrs, Tom Fleet- wood, Clarence and Cecil Holt, Gladys, Stanley and Dudley Holt, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Siacoy, Muriel and Arthur -Vvesiiey. of FleeUvood school, Mr. and Mrs. Stanford, Mr. and Mrs. John j Scott, Mrs. Collier and Bertie, Mr. j Walter Collier and Mrs. Stanley. GET YOUR DIME READY FOR l-Ioip the 1. 0. D. E. to help our The Uoys need comforts. The I. 0. E. will send thorn if' you .nialce it 'possible. .Money is Elks Meeting Postponed The regular meeting of the B. P. 0. Elks, which was to have been held on Thursday'evening. 1ms been post- poned until some date to be announced Jater. Operated on for Appendicitis .Mr. Strang, representative of W. A. McKenzie Co., of Toronto, bond buyers, who has been1 here for sev- eral days endeavoring to make a deal for the'f.ethbridse issue, was raken to the Kospital yesterday suf- fering from apepndicitis and under went'an operation this morning. CARD OF THANKS Jlr. C. W. Stevenson and family wish to thank their many friends for their kindness and sympathy shown in their recent bereavement. CARD OF THANKS' Private 3. and Mrs. Hutton take this means of thanking their friends for all kindness shown during their recent sad Help the I. .O.. D. E. to help the soldiers. Dime Day Saturday. BIRiTH. CHAN'rjY To Inspector .and .Mrs. 3M% F- w- Clianey at Prince Albert, Saak. 490- on Jnne 12. 1910, a HOii. i Binder Twine Situation 1 j J. D. at the i'noari: trsis si Regma, gave it aw i his opinion that tilt hinder Uvinfi sit-i nation looked more hopeful than it j Iliad a week or two ago, and stated (hat it now looked ap though a sulll-j jcifint supply would be available Tor j this year's harvest." The Grain Grow- lers' organization .Mr. MuHslenian stat- ed, had been turning down large or- ders for (wine within the last ,few weeks. He had been informed, hovv- ever, that the International ler Company, oip of the laigest deal i erg in were prepared to aiipply i 'all their agents this Call; .Free Lecture First Church of Christ, Scien- tist, of Lethbridge, Alberta, an- nounces a free lecture on CHRISTIAN SCIENCE, by Prof. Hermann S. 8. B., member of the Board of Lec- tureship of the Mother Church, The First Church of Christ Sci- entist, in Boston, Massachusetts, to be given in the AiHlU'oi'iiuii On Friday livening, June 16Ui AT 8.30 O'CLOCK You and your are cor- ially Invited to be present. Xo socks'for soldiers. 1C Conference Expresses Thanks 'The following resolution of thanks was passed by the Methodist-confer- ence before adjourning last week. "That the hearty appreciation of this conference be tendered to Wesley and Westminster churches, their pastors, and to the of for the hearty welcome iind the .splendid entertainment given its delegates clur- j ing the sessions of the conference. would also express our deep ap- 1 Hreciatiph of the work of the clioir of Wesley church, Use Alberta Musi- cal festival chorus, and of the kind-j I'hess ot the board of trade, the city 1 commissioners, and the C.P.R., for the. outing provided, and for the reception tendered through tiie kindness of Dr. and Mrs. (Jalbraith. to the Herald for the use of an adding mutfiine, and In the press of the city for their reports of our work." Funeral of Mrs. Sttvenson The funeral of the late Mrs. C. W, Stevenson took place yesterday after- noon at i.3i) from the residence, 3rd j avenue .north, Rev. .f. H. Francis of- ficiating. There was a.very large at- tendance. Among those present from a disfam-e was Edward StP.vRijson, brother, of Mr. Stevenson. The floral as follows: wlieath, Mr. Stevenson and family, Messrs. Jacob John and Elof Nelson; cross, .Mrs. Forks and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. Olander and family; sprays, Mr. and Mrs. Ness. Carmangay; Mr. and Mrs. Oberg, Mr. and Mrs.. H. Matson, Mr, and Mra.AVosyHng, Mr. and Mrs. Mor- den, Mr., and Mrs. A. A. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. John Odmark, Mr. and Mrs. Rosaine, Mr. and Mrs. Sorter- berg, Calgary, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton, Mr. and Mrs. Larsen and family, Mr. and Mrs. .Hosteadsr, lad- ids' aid.-Aliases M. and Soderberg. Mre.'.A. Feiltiiu, 'Mrs. Dunswortli. Westminster Primary department. TRY OUR Delicious Ice Cream Soda By all means try it jf you of ice cream soda, especially if you are fond of vanilla ice cream soda water. You will find that there is a tastiness and tartnes to ours. The best vanilla ice cream and the best vanilla syrup. The mixing of soda water drinks we study carefully, and you will like ours we are sure. Jackson Co. Dispensing Chemists. Lethbridge, erta. r Saturday. MAMMOTH PICNIC -J IN AID OF THE nSlI KKl) CK08S SOWKTV AT BROCKET Friday, June 16, 1916 GOOD PROGRAM OF SPORTS: BASEBALL FOOTBALL MATCHES, RACES, DANCING PL'ATFORM WITH GOOD MUSIC ALL DAY HIGHLAND DANCING PATRIOTIC SPEECHES VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED AT RED CROSs' TENT ON GROUNDS Bring; Your Ball at XigW TICKETS FOR BALL PER COUPLE GOD SAVE THE KING ;