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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta Pride of Alberta The Heaviest Artillery of our Competitors does not affect the sale of Taylor'Made Mother's Favorite Week-end Specials at Good's THIS WEEK-END WE HAVE SOME VERY FINE FLORIDA PINEAPPLES FOR PRESERVING. THEY THE FINEST YOU CAN GET FOR PUTTING DOWN AND THE PRICE IS RIGHT. ORDER NOW IF YOU WANT ANY. PINEAPPLES. Klorulas. niedlu PINEAPPLES. _Horiclas. mcdiu (loz. PINEAPPLES large, size, price t'ildl 25c size price I'HiMi 30c PINEAPPLES. UrsPBizn. prico ppr iloz. STRAWBERRIES, I loud lllver. basket 20c WATERMELONS, first ihis season, pel- 111. 8c CRANBERRIES, very '.special. L1 Ibs......... 25c RIPE TOMATOES. Mississippi's, nil sound. good stock, por Ib...................... oQc HOT HOUSE TOMATOES, per Ib.___25c 4 30c NEW BEETS. 'pel-'biUicli............... 5C NEW CARROTS. 4 Ibs. lor.................'25c NEW POTATOES, -Ibs. for 25c NEW CABBAGE, per Ib..................'." 80 QUEEN OLIVES, ill pint ..........Z5c RIPE OLJVES.. in tins, each.......... 45c 65c PEANUT BUTTER, in bulk, per 25e MINCE MEAT, in bulk, very fine, per Ib. 15c SWEET.MIXED PICKLES 111 bulk. Libby's, per pint................................ 2oc EXTRA SPECIAL ON CURED MEATS COTTAGE ROLL, pemneulod, very due, sliced. per Ib................................... 25c In the piece, por Ib.........................23o BACON. Gainer's, best quality, sides, sliced. per Ib................i.................. 30c In the piece, per Ib....................... 28c HAMS, Sweet Clover, very fine, medium size, lialf or whole, per Ib..................... 28c PICNIC HAMS, Swift's. Whole Hams, uer Ib. 22s BACK BACON. Peunlealed, sliced, nor 30c In the piece, per Hi........................ 28c DAIRY BUTTER, fresh made per Ib........25c SARDINES. Olaf brand, imported, per '.in 160 SOCKEYE SALMON, Hob Roy llrnud, Is. per tin 20c Sire 2 tills for......................... 25c BOILED MEATS READY FOR USE, SLICED ROAST PORK, BOILED HAM CORNED BEEF. 40C OX TONGUE, per Ib........................ KIC THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WillarcTs ForkdiptAChocolates Special introductory price, per When you buy WILLARD'S you are gettiug the clussiest chocolate on the market. THE KENNY ALLIN OVLtd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1487. DO YOU BURN COAL? The Grace Coal Mine Is now prepared to take care of all orders. PHONE 125O The quality Is the best Delivered, _ ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS ROOFING Sheet Metal Work Geo. B. Dison Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK MARKETS FRIDAY'S GRAIN' PRICES Opeu Close July............ Oct......-.......... .106% 105% 11% Oct. 41' July............ 1SG 156 Oct. .1.5914 Winnipeg Cash Prices Hail Insurance Lot us place your risk. We guar- antee reliability of the Company and FAIR de- it now. R. V. Gibbons Co. Balmoral Block, Lethbridge, Phone 1191 GRAIN! Unequalled facilities for secur- ing reliable information regard- ing Grain. Frequent quotations. Ail markets. You are invited to make free use of this service. Ask for bids on your carlots of grain. Private wires to New York, Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Xo. 1 Northern Xo. 2 Xorthern Xo. .1 Xorthern Xo. -I.................... xo. 3 c. i Extra 1 Feed................ r No. 3.................... Xo. 4..............'...... Xo. 1 X. W. C. No1. '2 0. W. -I Chicago Wheat 102% jSept............. 105% Dec. 'lOS's July Sept. Dec. 110 10S% 104 46 45% 44 Union Bank Building, Phone 1599. E. L. WYNN, Mgr. Minneapolis Wheat 108% 102% I 106 i .Rufus Casey, a merchant of Mosher- was instantly killed by a LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES TRACK PRICES: Wheat..................... 95 jOats Flax.................... 139; i WAGON Wheat.............. lOats................... Flax.................. LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 7'4 to Fat cows, to 7. killing wethers killing Select hogs, 150-200 Ibs. 9. A 25c Tooth Brush for only One Cent (Ic) PARTICULARS ON. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY every person purchasing a tube of "Hygienic Tooth Paste" or'a box of "Antiseptic Tooth Powr may purchase a good 25c Tooth Brush .tor 1 cent more. Tooth Paste 25c 1c ..Tooth Brush............ 1c 51e. for 27 C Tke Red Cross Drag Beok Co., Limited PHONE 555. WEATHER Lethbridge. cloudy Kamloops........... Edmonton, clear Swift Current, clond; cloudy Prince Albert, rain... Red Deer, clear Calgary, clear Medicine Hat. fair Moose Jaw, rain Saskatoon, cloudy Battleford. cloudy j Brandon, cloudy I Port Arthur, cloudy Portage, cloudy Winnipeg, rain Heavy rains have occurred in Mani- toba and Saskatchewan and clearing in Alberta. Forecast rain today. clearing on Saturday with westerly winds. today; Sat- urday fine. and moderately warm today and on Saturday. 49 74 6S 5S 52 64 62 62 CO iil 55 58 (ill 60 70 6S 34 60 40 IS 49 42 as 48 49 4S 4S 44 just how good a cook you are, unless you have used Fruity SODA Our soda drinks are simply deli- cious. That's the popular arnl unanimous verdict. Have you tried one? Satisfy jour thirst wiih a cold, fruity, sparkling soda drink at our fountain and you will enjoy the btst soda wuier obtainable. Jackson Co, Dispensing Chemists. Lethbririge, Alberta.. A New Town-oh the Red Deer W. A. Huchaimn, M. P., returned this morning from a.visit to Empress. K. of P. Officers At the K. of P. regular meeting held their Castle Mali, Wednesday even- CITY AND DISTEICT where i bie; celtbration ib held for ing tlic semi-annual election' of ollk-- Uvo dm this fteek Otei thiee thous ei's took jjluce, _ resultmg as follows: and people .were present on the first .'ester-lay- it rained so heav the second day's program 92 34 129 HAIL INSURANCE STRONGEST BOARD COMPANIES, APPROVED BY ALL BANKS The Alberta Securities, Ltd. 1ALMORAL BLOCK. RHONE 1245 EXPRESSES THANKS j The following letters of gratitude I i for- parcels? sent'them, have Been Ve-S jceived by- Mrs, (Senator) -DeVeberj from Pte. Eddie Patteson, of Leth-1 j bridge, who is at the front, and from-' j Major .Sharman, of the 7th Artillery] i Brigade: i 21st Battery, fith How. Bde. j St. Martin's Plains. I January 1916 iDear Sirs. DeVeber: i Thank you so much for your lovely parcel at Christmas. It-was so good DO NOT DELAY LONGER IN PLACING YOUR HAIL INSURANCE With the CONNECTICUT FIRE INSURANCE CO. Assets Incorporated 1850. Surplus POLICIES WRITTEN AND DELIVERED THE SAME DAY APPLI- CATION IS MADE AT THE OFFICE .OF WILSON C. p. R. Lands and General Insurance' Agents. SHERLOCK BLDG. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. PHONE 1343. 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 We want you to feel that your' interests and ours are mutual. Our customers realize that we soon get to know just the way they wish their grain handled, and they can depend on us to do the right thing. Grain Grain Grain Gain ffTHE PROOF OF THE PROFITS IS IN THE RETURNS" W. K. PORTER. MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, of you to-be so.kind .and.remember us all in that way. I was enough to get away for f Christmas-Day and spent it with Dad. Aunt Agnes and all the others. It I was almost the same as in Lethbridge, {hut not quite yon know. j T expect by the time you get this (letter I will be back in France again, [having another go at the Germans, land will be very thankful if I come joff as luckily ax the last time.. -The last time I saw Aunt Agnes she was looking so well and very happy ;to be in England. She asked to be Iremembered and thought it was so good of you to remember-al! the boys like tliat..-Dad too is fine jaml looking belter than ever. Please thank the other ladies for me. Thanking you again for your very kind and most Useful'Xmas gifts. Yours very sincerely. E. PATTISON. Belgium, Feb. 25, 1916. Dear Mrs; Please accept my hearty thanks for tlje Christmas containing to- bacco, soap and-gum. which ;you so kindly sent to Colonel Stewart's bri- gade, and which I was'lucky enough to havii Allotted to'me. Tbanks.alsoj for the kind message enclosed which I value very highly. f When Colonel Stewart handed, me j the package I fully expected be from aomeone totally unknown to me, as I have only been with Colonel Stewart for some months and carae over from Ottawa with the First.Con- tingont, but of all the parcels we re- ceived in the Brigade, yours was the only one with whose name I. was fa- Oriental Confections Today we open, up some very choice Or- iental C o n fections imported by The A. Yantine Company of New York. Attractive1 hampers and tea- pots of unique design, contafn- ,ing. Crystallized ple, Dates, .'Etc.. _ PRICES' RANGE FROM to J. D. Higinboiham Co. Limited "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists." The Start Whokszla and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 Red-Cross Fund The honorary treasurer, A. .f. Black-i day hut burne, acknowledges the receipt of i p from Mrs J no curtailed. Mr. Buchanan lorn the Btau.or the hUiicnmciHa j made tue. tHn Of one "hundred miles of Coalhiirat s from Miduine Hat to 1 b> M5R Wounded I-1 stl11 to theie Word has been receded in the city hne firming alCa dlrutlv north Ithat Pte. Fiddes of the infantry ;of, Hat LIU aud adjxcent to ;has been wounded in the leg in the 5 1 ho look ulle fighting in Ki-anc-e and is now lyin- in1 lhe arc consent of -mother :xo. S Stationary hospital at Wimer-isoocl sei'-oii 1 mnreai, is ou the iciir. It is understood Pte. Fiddes SasI itcbeu in hounduv ind n fvent to the front with an Kdmontoii i close lo Eorks the JOiatialioo. He is a brother of Mr J. !iind Sasfcatchewaii nieis UK it f Fiddes of this city sloual POInL on the Uas ano M j ,_________ Current branch of the C P R and j j t Formerly of Grassy Lake Lis i thrlxms; toyvn in i coimtij tint I j A few days ago the casualty lists j was only opened up .for settlement (contained the name of Herbert Wil-Ja'feu jelra igo The C P R I'liam Thomas Blaokmorc amongst i hinld i uiauch from Empress, acioss j those wounded. Blackraore used to'the Ktd Deer to Camrosc and already {.be with the Union Dank at Grassy [construction has started It is won as ledgerkcepcr and was welljderlul the number of a itos 111 the known there. When he enlisted with country; At Empress .on the first I i the 3rd C. M. R. at Medicine Hat he j daj ot the cefebiation tnere we G j was with the bank at Langdon. His j about 250 in theitowh. There _ [parents live in England. was no sign of amongst j j jpople fhej all appealed piosper j. Death of Coaldale Lady j OUK and contented. i The death occurred yesterday off Margaret McArthur, aged 57 years, I wife of Donald John McArthur of Coal- M lh possible to j dale. The deceased leaves to mourn 2 QOO more recj nt? m Calga.% [her loss her husband, who is a er near Coaldale and one son. The- funeral will be held -tomorrow at one o'clock from the family residence, I interment In the public cemetery at Lethbridge. C.C., F 0.-Rent- V.C.', J. E. rinrkn; Pro., W. 0. Collier; K. of R. S. and M J A. M. Ritchie'; M. of R, W. Taylor; M. of W., K. Barrowman: M. of A..- R Galbraith; I. G., A. Carl- son; 0. 0-, .1. Thomas. I. Taylor, received the'appointment of deputy grand chancellor. thousand soldiers arc in training at Camp Hughes. miliar, as years ago I used to be in the R. X. AV, P. and knew the Senator, though am afraid it is too long ago for him to remember me, so) if you will not mind my saying so, it did not seem as if your message was from a stranger. AH the boys "are delighted with their gifts and I am sure It will not be long before they ure all writing their thanks to the kind Lethbridge ladies. With renewed (hanks, believe me to be, Yours sincerely. C. H. L, SHARMAN. Major, Adjutant 7th Artillery Brigade. Patriotic Services Sunday In accordance with the custom of; the Presbyterian 'churches in Can-j ada during the past few years, next; Sunday, that previous to Dominion Day, will be Patritoic Sunday, and apecial patriotic services will be held. In Knox church the various depart- ments of the Sabbath school will un- ite with the congregation in tiie morn- iiig when fl patriotic service will'be held: Dependents Should Register A large number of dependents o, soldiers at the front failed io regis. j ter when the recent registration was! held by the Daughters of the Em-! pire. it is absolutely ir.! order that the patriotic fund may be j distributed promptly that the depend-1 ents register, and those who have not j done so insLethbridge shoiUd avajl themselves of the .first opportunity] of placing their names with Mrs. K. who has chaifce of this work. H. G. KILNER SHOE STORE 414 13th Street North A GOOD NEW LINE OF CHIL- DREN'S INFANTS' BOOTS ANO SHOES IN HAND COAL AND TRANSFER C.O.D. Resigns from Hospital Board The resignation of Mrs. K. N. Hlg-; iiibotliam from the Gall hospital board S. J was received by Mayor Hardle, chair-; i> man of the board this morning. Mrs. i Hfgihbotham has been a member of j the board for two.years, and was the1 first'lady appointed to that pos- ition in this city. She has dode ex- cellent work aa a member, her past experience in hospital matters provid- ing .the board with valuable informa- tiftn in the problems continually com- ing be'fore it. Mrs. Higlnbotham's resignation wit! bo dealt with at tho next meeting of the board and a siic- ccsHor recommended to the- city coun- The resignation takes effect at once. Just Received A FRESH SUPPLY OF PARIS GREEN (ENGLISH) Our. Paris Green itands out as being A No, 1. Its solubility is greater than the ordinary kmds'and the insoluble parts are in such a fine state that they, are -easily suspended, making Hedley's r Special Paris Green much desired who wish the test. Same price as poorer qualities. Better prices in large quantities Frank Hedley Drug Co. LETM'BKIDBE, FIRECO The New Range, is HERE! This, ntnsjc introduc- es :i number of new features which peal stronglj to the housekeeper. We want the ladles of Leth- bridge to know its merits, and have arran0ed for1 a Demonstration j on Monday The FIRECO wfti be seen in Letnbrld0e for the first time on Monday. We have the exclusive Agency for this city and alt'ladies to tee'this splendid range on Monday. C. G. OLANDER HARDWARE, 524 13TH STREET NORTH ;