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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beit a Day Hotel in Albert. Pride of Alberta At Home On Baking Day, All Housewives to Taylor Made STRAWBERRIES, BING CHERRIES AND GOOSEBERRIES FOR PRESERVING THESE LINES WILL BE READY VERY SHORTLY AND IN ORDER FOR YOU TO RECEIVE THE BEST QUALITY AT THE VERY LOWEST PRESERVING PRICES WE ADVISE PLACING ORDERS IN ADVANCE. WE HAVE MADE ARRANGEMENTS WITH SOME OF THE BEST GROWERS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA AND THE WESTERN STATES TO SHIP US REGULARLY THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE SEASON. SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOW AND THEY WILL BE PROPcKLY TAKEN CARE OF WHEN THESE GOODS ARE RIGHT FOR PRESERVING AND PRICES ARE RIGHT. THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Mother's Favorite HAVE TOF EYEE heard that eating the crust of Bread will make the hair curl? Well, maybe it will and maybe it won't. You will be better for trying. P. T. JBaruum. said. "If I shoot at the sim. I may hit a star." You may not get 'curly hair from eating MODEL BAKERY BREAD you will have a good, clear complexion and a comfort- able feeling in the region of your stomach, that will make you think this world Is a pretty sunshiny place. Eat Model Bakery Bread TOAST IT AND FT WILL SE ALLIf IS GOOD FOR YOU. CRUST. PHONE YOUft ORDER EARLY. ASK YOUR GROCER OR PHONE 1175 AND THE RIG WILL 'CALL, N.J.SCHWEITZER, PROPRIETOR Took 3000 at jQCzernowitz Petrograd, June Rus- sians took prisoners in the city and vicinity of Czernowitz, the war office announced today. Fighting With Germans Berlin, June fighting is in progress between the Russians pushing toward Kovel and the Teu- tonic forces opposing them in the Stockhod-Styr sector, the war office announced today. Kussian attacks, says the statement, have been partly repulsed by means of successful coun- ter-attacks. WINNIPEB GRAIN PRICES July 10S% 110S October December 105 !i iOaS Oats- July 4ii 45V! October 4194 Flax July 15S Ocotber 160i4 160% WINNIPEG CASH PRICES No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern 10914 I That are made for fumfort ami durabil- ity. You will need one of our fine Hammocks this summer, so why not get it now and enjoy it for the whole season. We have these from to And every one is well made and built for two. Tfce Red Cross Drig Co., United PHONE 555. CITY AND DISTRICT Visitor to Winnipeg Allan S. Jack, oC was a guest at tlie noyal Alexandra Jiotel Winnipeg on Friday. In Charge at Moose Jaw Inspector Humby. formerly of Leth bridge, is in charge of the Moose Jaw detachment of the R.N.W..M.P. for the summer uiontns. Capt. Porter Visitor Capt. Porter of the 113th Lethbridse Highlanders is in the city from" Sar- cee Camp. Ks the" Kilties are doing fine and are making a name for themselves in the big training camp Promoted to Captain Capt. Ben May, of Cardston, was i-. the city today on his way from visit- ing his family there to the camp at Illedicine Hat. Capt. May has re cently been promoted from the rank of lieutenant. No. 3 Northern No. 4 Northern No. 2 I.. No. 3 Extra No. 1 Feed No. 3. I No. 4 i Rejected I ;No. 1 N. W. C iNo. 2 C. W I WHEAT iJuly 101 I September 104% I December 107% j WHEAT 'July 106te September December 10756 DO NOT DELAY LONGER IN PLACING YOUR HAIL INSURANCE With the CONNECTICUT FIRE INSURANCE CO. Asieti Incorporated 1850. Surplus POLICIES WRITTEN AND DELIVERED THE SAME DAY APPLI- CATION IS MADE AT THE OFFICE OF WILSON SKEITH C. P. R. Lands and General Insurance Agents, SHERtloCK BLDG, PROMPT STATEMENTS. PHONE 1343. 100 te 47 46% 46 47Vi 42% 58 157% 154% 102% 104% 108 109 tt LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES j i Wheat 93 i Oats 35 iFlax 134 Track prices iWheat ....1 jOats Not Resident Here The name of Liele Paul, of Leth- contained in the casualties of today as heing wounded. Tfeis man's relatives are believed to reside in BS little is kuowa of him here. 13th His. Lucky Day Dr. O. D. Weeks, of Carclston, re- cruiting officer for the 1.1th 0. M. R. LIVESTOCK PRiCES Choice iyt to Eat cows, to 7. killing wethers killing ewes Select hogs, 150-200 Ibs. 9. 93% -38V4 -141% took 13 men into. Medicine Hat o'n'the !the fight '.n Bft.llc on ORE STEAMERS STILL MISSING Copenhagen, via London, June Ten ore steamers were concerned in t June 13, Paris Green On account of tlie liigli rates of marine transportation coup- ied with the scarcity of- orifdc tlie price of English Paris Green has al- most dcmbled.in price 60c a pound In half pounds, pounds and twen- ty-five and fifty pound drums. Special price in quantity. J. D. "Alberta's. Pioneer Drugs'sts." The Start Wholesalo and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO..322 Practising Law in Seattle Jos. P. Tracy, formerly industrial commissioner here, is now practising law in Seattle. He has just announ- ced a partnership with Ifobt. F. Sau- dall, with offices in the Hallor build- ing, Seattle. Elect Society Representatives .At Wesley church yesterday elec- tions were held for society representa- tives td'tlie official'bourd with the re- sult that C. B. Brandon, Fair- burn, A. W. Kress, Robert Living- stone, Win. Mitford sr., R. D. ShauU, arid IST. C. Stibbs, were elected. Departmental Exams. Provincial examinations started in the schools of the province today and will continue until June 30th. In- spector Morgan is presiding here and has with him four assistants, five rooms being required for Grades S to 12'candidates. About 15Q pupils are. taking the examinations at this' centre. The Evans Lecture It has been decided to ihold the lec- ture by Mr. W. Sanford Evans on "Canada's Wheat Problem" in the Y- .M. C. A. auditorium on Thursday evening, immediately after the sup- per to be given in his honor. Tickets for supper are selling fast and reservations should be made as soon as possible at the fices. >oard of -trade of- 13th HAIL INSURANCE STRONGEST BOARD COMPANIES, APPROVED BY ALL BANKS The Alberta Securities, Ltd. of the month to join the destroyers and submar-1 u. R. Apparently Mr. Weeks' ines are "ave routed the lucky day is on the 13th. steamers and their convoy of Ger- man-armed trawlers, destroyers, and ____...... j an auxiliary cruiser. It is reported, without confirmation, that all 10 of the ore vessels-tried to return to Sweden, but with the ex- ception of two, which have arrived at Arkoesund, is unknown. 3ALMORAL BLOCK. LETHBRIDGE, PHONE 1245 I RETURNED SOLDIERS i Winnipeg. June following returned soldiers, came in on--No, .1 i last night, were entertained by the Kofdiers' association, .and for the west at 10.45: i For Calgary Pte. T. Longworth, 9th battalion. Medicine Hat; .1. C. I -McKenzie, C.A.M.C, Vancouver; J. Waddington, nth B. C.; C.Q.M.S. pettilak, Calgary OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S RESIDENCE 647 SMITH, MURPHY CO. 6ROUNO FLOOR SHERLOCK BLDG., LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG, MAN. Grain Grain Grain Gain There are tlmei when we can obtain better prices for you by shipping your grain to othar thin Fort William. or wire for chipping instruc- tions before your.car. Grain Grain Grain Gain THE' PROOF OF THE IN THE RETURNS." W. K. PORTER. MANAGER LtTMBRlDQE BRANCH. Dr. J. -I who formerly practised in Medicine. Hat. has been decoratorl with the -Military cross. GRAIN! Unequalled facilities for secur- ing reliable information regard- ing Grain. Frequent quotations All markets You are Invited to make free use of this service. Ask for bids on your carjots of -grain. Private to. New York, Chi- caflo, Minneapolis Winnipeg' Baird Union Bank Building, Phone 1399. E. L, WYNN, Mgr. Installed S. S. Officers At the service at Wesley church yesterday rnoriumg the ofTicers of Sunday School for the forthcoming church year, were installed by the pastor, the impressive service of the church for this purpose being used. R. W. Guess, superintendent of the school, participated in the exercises. Rev. Mr. Cobbledick preached a ser- mon appropriate to the occasion. Fall Sittings Supreme Court Justice Simmons is to preside fit the fall sittings of the supreme court, criminal, here commencing September 19. At the civil sittings conpmencin: November 3, Justice Walsh will be the presiding judge. At Macleod the civ- il sittings begin December 1st, with [Justice Ives presiding and the crirn- jinal sittings on October 3rd. Justice Hyndman presiding. YOU need it in your kitchen Your Grocer will Supply it See that this brand is on the next sack of Flour you buy Ellisoo milling and Elevator ltd. Pure Fruit Syrups .We make our own flavors from rich, ripe, luscious fruit. We serve them to you with the full assurance that they are abso- lutely pure. There is no secret about the high quality of our soda water, and we are glad' to say openly that the care in selection and manipulation of our fruit syrup is what helps to make our fountain a ent popular place to quench your thirst on a hot day. Jackson Co. Lethbridgc, Diapensfn g Chemiatt, Alberta. tlbis Meefc fn'.tbe.CitE (Xburcbes At Scientist Wednesday at 8 pirn., testimony meeting. Amsterdam, via London, June Lieut. General Count Ilellmuth von .MoUke, chief of the supplementary genera! staff the army, died of heart apoplexy this morning, .paid a Berlin telegram tonight. Took ill at London, .June. death of Lieu ten ant-Gen era! Count Von Moltke; at the memorial services to Field Marshall Von Der Goitz. yesterday, occurred just after he had delivered his eulogy of "the late distinguished soldier, according to a' dispatch from Berlin, forwarded by the Copenhagen correspondent of the Exchange Tele- graph company. General Von Moltke bad pronounced Field Marshall Von Der Goltz one of the world's greatest organizers in the beginning of his ad- dress, when he became ill. Ho was able to finish his speech, but tell to .Bank Act Amendments Operative As some doubt has existed whether the amendments to the Bank Act, pro- viding for loans to farmers on live stock, passed at the recent session of parliament were yet operative, W. A. Buchanan, M.P.. wired the Minister of Finance on Saturday, and today the following reply was received: "Leg- islation of last session amending the Bank 'Act is now operative.." Eulogizes Late Brave Missionary Rev.t-C. C. McLaurin, Supt. Baptist Missions, preached in the Baptist church yesterday at both In _thfl; morning he preached a very touch- Ing sermon on tlie life and death of the late'Rev. J. E. Davis, M. A., who died recently of leprosy contracted from the natives of India, while there la missionary work. told of the brave fight against the disease made by the missionary, and of his courag- eous work continued under the most dangerous conditions! lie held this life out as an example to young men. the floor and later. expired five minutes Home Guafd Regimental There will be a drill tonight, weath- er pormlttlng at eight o'clqck, without rlflofl. Fall In: opposite Irrigation building, .Announcements In regard to shooting-will be made later iii-thd week. Nvatch. the papera. Death of John Raley The death of John Charles Haley, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Raley, took place on Saturday, June 17th, at the age of 11 years and -6 months. Tlie young lad had been an invalid for some years. The funeral wna held this afternoon from the fam- ily, residence, 8th south, .Rev. Air. Cobbledlck officiating, anil a large number being present. Inter- ment took place in the public ceme- tery. Two oilier sons survive, Lieut. Geo. Haley, who left here a month ago 'with tho 61st. battery, and Is now in training at Pelawawa, and William who Is now at the Iropt with, the engineers. At Pentecostal Mission Tuesday at s prayer and the word. Thursday at S p.m., special waiting on God for the Baptism of the Holy Ghost. At Christian Tonight at S o'clock, Christian En- deavor. Wednesday at ipniyer meet- ing. At Wesley WednesdayXat 3 p.m.y.meeting of the Ladies' business, of special im- portance. Wetlnesdav at S p m Asson of Chentu China will spealv In Wesley lhall on her work and conditions in China. A special musical program will be given. The annual.-Bible school excursion to Col em an and Crow's Nest will be on July 1st. Those going should pro- cure their tickets at. once. Thursday at.8 practice. At Westminster There will be. uo meeting of the Ep- worth League tonight. Tuesday evening; the 'Queens of Avelon meet. Wednebclay at 3 p m Miss Asson a returned missionary.'from-China, will address a special meeting of the ladles of the congregation. The weekly, .prayer, service is can- celled this week. Thursday at .8 the .picnic execu- tive of the Sunday school meet in the church parlor. Friday at 4.15, junior choir At Knox Wednesday at S regular prayer meeting in the.school room. i Thursdav at 8 pm choir pricfice. Next Sunday there wiil.be patriotic! services, at which all the departments of the Sunday school will be present. The Sacrament or the Lord's Supper will be observed at the morning ser- vice on Sunday in July. At St. Andrew's Tonight at 8 o'clock, Christian En- deavor. Tuesday at 8 at the manse, teachers' meeting. Wednesday Adult, Bible class in the vestry. Thursday, 2 to G o'clbck, Red Cross sewing in the vestry. Thursday at 8 p.m., choir practice. Friday, tit -7.30, Intermediate Chris- tian Endeavor. .At St. Cyprian's Tuesday at 8.30, vestry meeting. Wednesdayat 8 p.m., service of in- tercession. Thursday at 3 p.m., .Women's Auxil- ary. At St. Mary's Wednesday at 8 p.m., service of in- tercession At 3t Aueustin'9 Wednesday.at S p.m.; Bervice of in- tercession. Red Cross Cake Winner D, Carlyle, of the Crystal was the winner, of the handsome cake donated by the ladies of the Latter Day Saints which has been on In Wright's .windows. Mr. CarTyfi; guessed the correct weight oC tho cake and stand, 20 Ibe. 6 ounces, ilr. -Millar, fi37 9th. was a-close sec-' oud, guessing 20 Ibs. ounces.'The committee of the Red Cross takes' this opportunity of thanking the ladles oC the Latter Day Saints for their dona- tion of the cake, which realized .by Kuesses the sum of which if, thankfully received by, the society to help purchase goods to make up Into necessities for the soldiers. The soci- ety extend their thanks' to Ibe public for donating so generously, also to Mr. Wright "for his hearty support. en. women anrl children .of-.every ige, find Rexall Orderlies a perfect axatlve. Sold only by Resall Drug Stores, 15c and 25c, boxes. J. B. Higinbotham C'o.; Limited. DO YQO BORN COAL? The Grace Coal Mine is now prepared to take earo of all orders. PHONE 125O The quality is the beat. Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton' IN TWO TON LOADS ROOFING Sheet Metal Work K. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK Hay and Grain! WE ARE NOW LOCATED IN THE METALg, LIMITED, BUILDING, 1221 2ND AVENUE SOUTH, PHONE 732, r and we are prepared to fill your- rcquircmonti of hay and grain, either wholesale or retail. A (rial order will satisfy you as to price and-'servlce.- We haVe some good TIMOTHY SEED M per 1UC Storage space for rent. Houie- hold goods a The Sniinrlers Hay GraiiKCo. ;