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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beet a Day Hotel in Alberta Secret of ARTICLES USEFUL IN A HOME THAT TALK for THEMSELVES MARKETS FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES no 106' 160 Our stock of screen Aoor-; and vimlinv screi us is Prices ;irc nttractivc. THE PRICE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY C RHONE 1223. 524 13TH.ST. N. J Open Close Oct............. Dec. I July............ 4G% iOct............. J2 i 'July............ Oct............. 162'i 162% Winnipeg Cash Prices I 1 Northern No. 2 Northern 10ST; i No. 3 Northern 104 i No. 2 0. W. No.-B.C.-TV..... i Barley- No. 3 jMn. OS Flax- No. I N. W. C.............. No. 2 C. W................. Chicago Wheat July............ Sept............. 104% Dec............. Minneapolis Wheat July........ Sept......... Dec. ALWAYS KEEP YOUR EYE ON OUR WEEK-END SPECIALS YOU WILL FIND MANY ARTICLES THAT WILL INTEREST YOU, BESIDES THE PRICES ARE ALWAYS ATTRACTIVE, AND THE GOODS ARE FIRST CLASS. FRESH Rivers, the very finest: per brisket ......................20c RIPE grown, hot Very line, per noimtl ....................25c VALENCIA ORANGES, dozen 25c, 30c. 40c, dozen .......................30c qualiiy pounds for ............................25c ROBIN HOOD ROLLED enrtons. Very speeial. per carton ................20c CANNED First, family size- Very- special.- per tin .-.-.................10c CANNED brand, size Sanitary lins; 3 tins for ................4Cc CANNED CORN, PEAS or :i tins for...............................35c CANNED or Harvest -in heavy syrup; special per tin ..........20c EVAPORATED Very special. 3 pounds for ..............50c Per ease. 25 pounds ...................53.75 pound boxes, size Very-special, per box CREAM BRICK tasty, fresh lot in weekly, per pound....... CHERRY special per lb....30o PEEL special per Ib.......25c QUEEN bulk, per pint..........'25o RIPE tins, eaeh ........15o and 65c- PEANUT per pound ......25c DAIRY quality, fresh pounds for ......................._._... 55c PEAMEAL line for Sliced, per poui.d .......................28c In the per pound .................25c best quality sides- Sliced, per pound......................33c In the piece, per pound ..................30o Clover, very Half or per pound ...............28c ROAST PORK. BOILED HAM or CORNED BEEF Sliced, per pound.......................40c MINCED pound ..................25c OX pound ...................60c OFFICE PHONE 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 525 WEATHER Lethbridge'. clear S2 52 Kamloops 9- 5S Nelson SS 49 lied Deer "3 4S Swiil Current, clear 74 SO Llegina. clear 70 it11 Prince Albert. fL'ir 74 .54 Edmonton, clear Medicine Hat, fair Macleod. t'nir SS 73 74 74 64 70 Moose Jaw Saskatoon, fair clear Portage, cloudy 46Vi JEcierson, cloudy 41ii jl'ort Arthur, fair fair I Winnipeg, cloudy _ The weather prairie pro- j .vinces has been mostly fair with .local. i Ishowers in Mariiioba. CITY AND DISTRICT I US' 5S 4S I 50 43 54 .10 50 .02 51 44 39 .04 i 48 4S Michel Man Falls The name of Pie. George H. Greg-- of .Michel R. p.. .appeared .to. .ta- j clay's casualty list as having been killed in action. 66% i 159U 15614 For Patriotic Fund......... The lion, treasurer. R. J- H. Pater- !son acknowledges the receipt of I from the Bow City Dramatic club, per lO.iy I Arthur G. Scroggie. j Error in Address Through an inadvertance the ad- 10'% dress of the auction sale to be held on lOSVi Saturday by Frank' was 103V4 lOS'i as ]9ii 5th avenue should 'read 1211 oil! avenue South and not LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Live StocC Shipments Waion During tlie past week P. Burns Wheat 91 I Co., Lethbridse shipped 10 carloads Oais 35 stock from pjax........'............ 134 i sheep, one car going to Nelson, B.C. Track prices': Itwo cars Edmonton and the re- Wheat Data...... 39% Flax....................... 1WU LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, ill to Fat cows. 6% to 7. billing wethers killing ewes S'6. Select bogs, 150-200 Ibs, 9. i mainder to Calgary. Be in-eimrert for the Pests MOSQUITOES Mosquito Bites Are Annoying and Even Dangerous. XyaFs Mosquito will protect yon against these little Pests and. used after the bite, will relieve the sting and act as an antiseptic, thereby pre- venting infection. Keep a bottle of NYAL'S MOS- QUITO LOTION on hand. It will pay you in" comfort and health. Price 25c per bottle The Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited PHONE 555. CITY AND DISTRICT Fernie Man Wounded Today's casualty lists give James White, of Kernie as wounded. The Popularity That r FLOUR enjoys is duo only to the high standard of quality maintained and the moderate price at which it is sold. See your grocer about it NOW ELLISON MILLING ELH CO, Is Now a Captain Tim niiicial war gazette published j in-Loti'doii, contains the promo- i (ion of Lieut. C. C. Crags, R.A.M.C., j formerly oE Lethbrulge, to the rank of captain. Fine of Wheat W. K. Porter, oi Smith-Murphy iGrain Co.. brought into the Herald this 1 morning a sample of wheat 18 inches jiiigh, taken from a'field four :cast oE Raymond. i Wheat Crop a Failure j J. S. Keith of Kic-hmoml, Indiana, writing to his son, W. N. Keith in states that the season j has neeii so wet that the corn crop is almost n failure and I ho wheat I crop is entirely so. Claims from C. P. R. Suit has been entered in the su- preme.civil'court'h'y J. act- ing on behalf ,ot -S. Patterson, claim- ing the sum of> from the Cana- dian Pacific Railway. Isaac G. Ogden. J. S. J.'E. Lethbmlge and Philip E. Mileson. The sum of is claimed, for, wrongful dismissal, which sum is demanded Erom the de- fendant railway company, and the sum from all the defendants for an alleged conspiracy, of which conspiracy the dismissal is said to be the result. Harold Shearer Killed Tlie news reached this morning of the death in action of Harold Shearer, sou of Rev. Win. Shearer, formerly of Lethhridge, and I now looted at Calgary, as snperin- itendenfof missions for the Presbyter-1 jian church. Harold Shearer was the I i youngest son of Rev. Mr. land was well known here, the.family! having resided here for some years. I i The-young man wns-wiih the.Prin-i CESS Pats. His brother Jini is now! at the front............... I HAIL INSURANCE STRONGEST-BOARD COMPANIES, APPROVED BY ALL BANKS Ttie Alberta Securities, Ltd. BALMORAL BLOCK. LETHBRIDGE, PHONE 1245 OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S RESIDENCE 547 SMITH, MURPHY CO. GROUND FLOOR SHERLOCK BLDG., LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. HEAD OFFICE, MAN. Grain Grain G'ain Gain 'A SMITH-MURPHY SHIPPER IS ALWAYS A SATISFIED SHIPPER. Have you always had complete satisfaction, and do you feel a ..Mnse of- sprite .when you ..tell your neighbor the of the firm t to whom you ship your grain! Grain Grain Gr-.-. am Gain "THE PROOF OF THE PROFITS 1ST IN THE RETURNS." W. K. PORTER. MANAGER BRANCH. Novelty Extraordi- nary For 25 Cents We liiivejusl rpcoived a laru'c cdiisijriiincut of pocket p o 11 c v 1 s nifiilr- from oarti'idg- PS used in France. These are genuine. The mak- ers guarantee these goods. Thousands a day were sold in Toronto. GET AT 25c Frank .Hedley Drug Co. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. THE FESTIVE SKEETER IS ON THE JOB SKEETEP. SCOOT (25 and 50c) MOSQUITO FOE MOSQUITO TALCUM LYMAN'S MOSQUITO CREAM HIGINBOTHAM'S MOSQUITO LOTION OIL OF CITRONELLA OIL OF CEDAR LEAF ETC., ETC., ETC. All the essentials to shorten his life or 'm'ake jt burdensome. j. D. Higiobotham Co. "Albert-a's Pioneer Druggists." The Start Wholesale and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 j Presentation to Pastor I The teachers and- scholars of St.] i Mary's Sunday school met in the par- iish hall last evening, the scholars en- j.tertaJniiiK with songs, recitations, etc. iThe most pleasin? fenturp of'thc even-j 'ing was when ilr. Tayltro; S. S. supt., called upon Rev. Mr. Popham, who is isbortly leaving the parish, and wished j him a safe voyage and every success! fin hia new Held of work. He then {presented Mr. Popham with a Watson I fountain pen as a small rnkeu of tlie j esteem in which he is held. Mr. Pop- Iham replied in a few well chosen words, thanking the scholars and tea- 'chers for their kindness and recalling 'the first Sunday school they had. Now j the school had an enrollment of 170. j "Refreshments were served and the j -singing of Auld Layng Syne and the j (National Anthem concluded-a very j 'pleasant evening. Rev. Mr. Popham j leaves shortly to take up work in the j told land. GET YOUR DIME READY FOR Help tlip I. 0. P. E. to help our soldiers. The -boys need coiYii'ortrf. The EG. P. E. tliern if you make it-possible. Money 13 your bit. Brother is Wounded E. V. Doolcy has received word that Sorgt, Thos. W, Johnston, a brother of Mrs. Dooiey. has been wounded at the front. Scrgl. Johnston has been at the front since the first contingent wont into action a year ago last spring and this is the first time he had been wounded. He was well known here, having spent several months In Leth- j bridge. He enlisted from Calgary but, j transferred to his home battalion from the Soo at Vafcartier. I Funeral Diamond City Lady The funeral of Mrs. M. McB. Reid, {who died at the -Diamond City hos- j pital after a prolonged illness, was i-held at Diamond City yesterday, Mrs. j Reid had been in charge of" the school j jfnr several years and was highly es- teenieil by Ihe community, both for ihe'r faithful work among the children (and her readiness to help In any soc- I ial way in the town. The remains were conveyed from the deceased's I former residence to the Baptist churcJi where a servir.R was conducted .hy [Rev.-IIr. Galbraith of Coa.hurst and j .ittentled by numerous friends and j the scholars of tlie school in charge of Mr. Duncan The fnmlly was rRitresented hy Mr. H. C. McBurny Coleman Mr. Rutherford of Iron 'Springs, other members of the family residing at distant points. The opard of.school trustees acted as I bearers. The floral tributes were I many and included the following: daughters, M r. and Mrs. McBur- j ney. the school board, the master and scholars of Diamond City School, the Diamond City hospital, Mr. and Mrs. A. '11. Reid, Mr. and Mrs. Bowling, jMrK. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Cunning. -Mrs. Ward ami Mrs. Tuff. (Mrs. Reid was a widow ami leaves two daughters for whom great sym- pathy is felt. Ice Sundaes Unless all signs fdil we'll have a hot summer. Remember that our fountain is.the coolest spot in town for solid or liquid re- frigeration. We serve you with the purest, rich- est of ice cream, also delicious tasty Sodas and Sundaes. Every- thing clean and !y and Drink with us. Jackson Co. Dispensing -'Chemists, Lethbridgs, Drill tonigllt at S o'clock sharp without riftes. Fall in opposite A. R. and I. building- Arrangements have now been made for shooting, partic- ulars of which will be announced at drill tonight. Home Guard Regimental Orders For Patriotic Fund The hon. treasurer, R. J. Ritch Paterson acknowledges- tiis -i-nCGiift Sn.from Miss M. N. Saunders and 30c from 13. E. Rogers. VISIT CAMP Camp Hughes, Man.. June 15. The Hon. Robert Rogers, Sir Daniel McMillan- Hon. Arthur Meighen, May- or !i V Waugh, F. MacGachen, F. Patter, John Oault and Dr. Gordon Bell arrived nl tue caiiip on the noon train today'.' They were met by Hrig- Genoral Hughes his aide, Lieutenant Rogers, and others ot the headquarters staff. Pincher Creek Man-Dies of Wounds Today's casualties contain the name of Emerald of Pincher Creek, who was previously reported missing, now. reported died of wounds. CARD OF THANKS Mr. and Mrs. A. Holt and family desire .to thank all -kind friends -for sympathy shown, and -also for floral tributes received during their sad., be- reavement. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Strand, oil .June. 13th. a. son. Packet of WILSON'S FLY WILL KILL MORE FilES THAN OF ANY 1 .STICKY rtY Clean to handle. Sold by all Drug- gists, and General Stores, ANNOUNCEMENT The Central W.C.t.U. is holding an afternoon tea from 4 to li o'clock and an ice cream and (Strawberry social on Friday .rune 23rd at the home bf .Mrs. N. C. Stihbs, 701 5th avenue Boutli in aid of the Travellers', aid- There will he a tahle'of home.cooking and one wishing to niake donations is asked to pliohe The drill oti last .Monday evening tool; the form of the early stages of skirmishing. This is to be continued tonight and as the training is now getting into the practical stages it is very interesting and no one should miss an opportunity of turning out. It is ..that a large number of able bodied young'men In- town arc riot'sufficiently alive to the J necessities of the to do thtirt share with cither the home guard or the battery Hass, which has recently been fornled, hut still have ample time for. playing Rames and aniusing Isn't It time to take a tumble? DO YOU Blit Gflfll? The Grace Coal Mine Is now preimrort to. taka 'care of nil orders. PHONE 125O The quality Is the best. Delivered, ton 3.25 ton TWO TON LOADS Hay and Grain! WE ARE" NOW LOCATED IN THE METALS, LIMITED, BUILDING, 1221 2ND AVENUE V SOUTH, PHONE 732, and we are prepared to-till your raiHlremonts 'of hay 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.lb...............-- Awt Storage spade for 'rent. Hotise- hold goods a specialty. The Saiuidei's-Hsiy Grain Co. ROOFING AND Sheet Metal Work Geo. K. Dixoii Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK ;