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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta CLASS HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta Heaviest the Taylor Week-end Specials at Good's THIS WEEK-END WE HAVE SOME VERY FINE FLORIDA PINEAPPLES FOR PRESERVING. ARE THE FINEST YOU CAN GET FOR PUTTING DOWN AND THE PRICE IS RIGHT. NOW IF YOU WANT ANY. PINEAPPLES, l-'loriilas. medium size, each 25o PINEAPPLES. Floriihis. medium price PINEAPPLES large size, price each 30c PINEAPPLES, large size, price per iloz. STRAWBERRIES. Hood Hirer, basket 20c WATERMELONS, firs! Iliis season, per Ib. 8c CRANBERRIES, very special, l' Ibs......... 25c RIPE TOMATOES. Mississippi's, all sound. good stock, pur Ib...................... 20c HOT HOUSE TOMATOES, per 4 30c NEW BEETS, per bunch..................'.. 5o NEW CARROTS, 4 Ibs. for................. 25c NEW POTATOES. Ibs. [or 25c NEW CABBAGE, per 8c QUEEN OLIVES, in per pint ..........25c RIPE OLIVES, in tins, each 45C 65c PEANUT BUTTER, in bulk, per Ib. 25c MINCE MEAT, in bulk, very fine, per Ib. 15c SWEET MIXED PICKLES in bulk. Libby's, per pint................................ 20c EXTRA SPECIAL ON CURED MEATS COTTAGE ROLL, pettmottl'jii, very fine, sliced, per Ib.................................... 25c In tbe piece, per Ib.........................23o BACON, Gainer's, best quality, sides, sliced, per 30c In the piece, per Ib....................... 28c HAMS. Sweet Clover, rery fine, medium Kize. hall' or whole, per !b.............. 28c PICNIC HAMS, Swill's. Whole llama. Ib. 22c BACK BACON, Peumealed, sliced, per 30c In the piece, per Ib........................ 28c DAIRY BUTTER, fresh made per Ib........25o SARDINES, Olaf brand, imported. tin 15c SOCKEYE SALMON, Rob Hoy Brunei. Is. per tin 20c Size 2 tiljs for 25c BOILED M2ATS READY FOR USE, SLICED. ROAST BOILED HAM CORNED BEEF, per Ib................................. 40c OX TONGUE, per Ib....................... THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES just how good a cook you are, unless you have used Willard's Forkdipt Chocolates Special introductory price, per Ib Wheu you buy VVILLARD'S you are setting on the market. 50c the classiest cliocolate THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1487. SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES V.'henl ijllly !Oct JDec Oats July Oct. Open 103% The Grace Coal Mine is now prepared to take care of all orders. PHONE 1250 The quality is the best. Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton 1 IN TWO TON LOADS Qn_ the eve of his departure 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 ot hay and grain, either -wholesale or retail. A trial order will satisfy -you i as to quality, price and aarvice. have some good TIMOTHY SEED at 1JA per IUC Storages for rent. House- hold goods a specialty. The. Sounders Hay Grain Co. Lethpritlge, Major Birnie, who has been in charge of the detention camp here for the past year, was made the recipient of a very handsome presen- tation iii the shape ot" a set of military brushes and an auto-strap safety razor, from Uie guards of the camp. I The presentation was made yesterday by Sergt.-Major Hun'ie. and a very fitting reply was made by Major Bir- 110 j lOtSH I Winnipeg Cash Prices Xo. 1 Northern 110% No. 2 Northern 109 No. C Northern i I NTo. '2 C. W................... 45TJ, No. 3 C. W................... 45UJ irora I nie. who has been among the guards. a popular officer July Sept. Tomorrow -will be patriotic Sunday in the Presbyterian churches. In St. Andrew's church the Sundas' school "Salberg Grain Co." 'SATISFACTION Why not Jet us handle your wheat? You can get in direct touch with us at all times which is impowibie when doing buci- with firms of, miles away. Prices and bids wiUipflly given at all times. Quick, efficient and careful sir- vice. Salberg Grain Co. J. H. TALLING, Local Manager, Office, 1580; House, 572. No. 3 4Sy. No. 4..................... 63V. Flax- No. 1 N. W. 0.......... No. 2 C. W. Chicaao Wheat July..... 15SU In I 'A Sept 103 106 Minneapolis Wheat 106 107% 106-1-; 108'i LOCAL MARKETS 'children Trill participate in special services in the morning, to which the parents specially are Invited. Special [patriotic selections will be rendered by the children, and Rev. Mr. Me- Nichol will preach. In K1iox church the Suuday school children will also unite with the congregation in the morning in special services. The Sun- j ed, day school will meet in the school room at 10.36 for roll call, and there- after proceed to the church. The sub- ject at Knox will be "HercEs" and orders of service have been printed. LOCAL GRAIN TRACK PRICES: Wheat Oats Flax WAGON Wheat Oats LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 6% to 7. Fat cows, to 6. Sheep Choice klllin, 95% 37% 14014 02 34 129 se Velox Exclusively in our Finishing Department because it is to our interest to produce the best possible., results from every negative. BRING US YOUR FILMS- TO FINISH; ;WE GET YOU THE.BEST POSSIBLE RE- SULTS FROM EVERY EX- POSURE. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited WEATHER Lethbridge, clear...... 71 I Kamluops........... SJ Edmonton, rain 711 Swift Curreni, cloudy 58 Nelson.............. W hied Deer, fair........ -IS Calgary, clear 72 Med. Hat, clear 70 .Moose .law. clear...... 5S j Regina. fair I Pt. Arthur, cloudy 44 I 70 1 45 w 44 40 45 70 40 4fi Winnipeg, cloudy Gi -JO The weather has been mostly fair .nd cool with scattered rainfalls over the west Forecast: today, Sunday fair and warmer. Saskatchewan and. and moderately warm today and on Sunday. CITY AND DISTRICT Kentishmen to Meet A regular monthly meeting of the Kentish association will be held on Monday evening next. All members are earnestly requested to attend. "Keep the home fires .burning" until the boys return. Ice Cream Sodas Sundaes Unless all signs fail we'll have n hot summer. Remember that our fountain is the coolest spot in town for solid or liquid refrigeration. We serve you with the purest, smoothest, and rich- est of ice cream, also delicious tasty Sodas and Sundaes. Everything clean and and with us. Jackson Co. Dispensing Chemists. Lethbridge, Alberta, Hun Navy is Crippled London, June (By Archibald Hurd, naval expert of London Daily Telegraph) Three weeks have pass- Recruiting for 191st Capt. Hill and Lieut. Rankin the new I9ist haltalion. are in the city today and will conduct a recruiting! ed since the naval battle, and it ,is campaign here. Col. Bryan will ar- j possible, in .the .light of HIV immense j rive tonight, and Kill assist in an ac-; mass of information from British and tivc campaign to be conducted for j neutral sources to form what will 'prove a verdict of the historians as one the most splendid incidents of our naval annals. The German high seas fleet, weaker by five capital ships, is so lame that it cannot move, so blind that it could not move if it dared to do so. 'i hat a matter on which there can be no i some days. Wounded in the Leg Pte. William Fiddis, who was re- ported as wounded in yesterday's Her- ald, is a son of .T. Fiddis, of Leth- bridge. According to the message re- ceived by Mr. Fiddis yesterday his sheared. 7 wethers, THE EXCHEQUER COURT Ottawa, June -of the exchequer court will be held at. Vic- toria, B. C-; September 2G: Vancou- ver, September 29: Calgary, October 3; Edmonton, October 6: Regina, Oc- tober 10 and Winnipeg, October Vi. GRAIN! Unequalled facilities for secur- ing reliable information regard- ing Grain. Frequent quotations. AH markets. You are invited to make free use of this service. Ask for bids ori.ymii' carlots of grain. Private wires to New York, Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Union Bank Building, ,Phone 1599.' E. L. W.YNN, Mgr. E The Masonic Lodges of the city will hold their annual church parade to- morrow, when they will attend even- ing service at the Salvation Army bar- racks and hear aii address by Major Hay of Edmonton, at 7.30. Brethren will assemble at the Masonic hall, Do- minion black, at 6-3'! p.m. Visiting brethreji are cordially invited to par- ticipate in the services. OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S RESIDENCE 547 SMITH, MURPHY CO. GROUND FLOOR SHERLOCK BLDG., LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG, MAN. That Pte. Geo. Kmniereon. .of North I.ethbridge who was reported as miss- ling some weeks ago, is now a prison- f j or of war In Gressen, Germany, is _ (the unofficial news received by Mrs. Emmerson today, bringing the family a certain amount, of relief in getting definite information. Pte. Emmersoii left with one nf tbe earlier battalions and lias seen a lot of service at the front. Oriental Confections Today we open up some very i'lioice Or- iental o n lections imported by The A. A. Yantine Company of New York. Attractive hampers and tea- pots of unique design, contain- ing Crystallized Ginger, Pjneap- ple, Dates, Etc.. PRICES RANGE FROM Sl.OO to J. D. Limited "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists." The Wholesale! and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 son has a gunshot wound in the leg, j which is not expected to be serious. Pte. Fiddis enlisted with the fiUrd at Edmonton, which is now in. training in England so that he was evidently I sent to the front with a draft. He has a brother also in the 113rd. A brother [of his father's, Jack, is with the t'Oth j battery. Exams in Progress Candidates who have been writing on Grade VIII, and Commercial Ex- animations have completed their work for this year. The other candidates j will finish next week. Tuesday being j the last day for most of them. In- spector Morgan is the presiding of- t ficer. in charge and is being aided by Miss Bennett, J. E. Earle of Magrath, C. IT. Murray of Carmangay and L. E. Lyntl of Taber: About ISO pupils in all are taking the examination at the centre. doubt. Q..T. Lathrop's Mishap 0. T. Lathrop, while working around an empty gasoline barrel, found to his sorrow that the "gun was loaded." In some manner it ignited and ex- ploded and O. T. is carrying around j a badly burned hand and a few slight scars on the face. New Sunday School The Pentecostal Mission .are launch- ing their first Sunday School in Lcth- bridge tomorrow morning (Sunday) at ten a. m. All adults arc given an invitation to attend the Adult Bible Class, and any children jint attending j Sunday school will be gladly wel- comed. Church 5th Ave. and Cor, IStb St. N. i An Old-Timer Visits City S. Homer, for a number of years i engaged in business here in the firm New Filter o( Homer and Hutchinsori arrived in f Something entirely new in Uie city Ulis Ill0ri'iiiiB from Stratford, of filters has been introduced in the city by Mrs. G. J. Eekstonn. who has the Alberta agency for a new electric Out. He will spend a month here look- ing after his business interests. Mr. Homer is a western old-timer. o the electric [nor reports such extreme rain in sr a half gallon Western Ontario except Grain Grain Grain Gain We realize that giving you per- fect satisfaction wiii incceaie our business as in no.other way. We are out to increase our busi- ness, therefore "Smith-M urphy Cor Service" is the result. Grain Grain Grain Gain "THE.PROOF OF THE PROFITS IS IN THE. RETURNS." W; K. PORTER, MANAGER :LETHBRIDQE BRANCH. Patriotic Fund The Hon. Treas. J. Ritchie Pater- ROOFING AND Sheet Metal Work Geo. K. Dixoii Co.. PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK D.B., being of Bav Tea Room, June 9th. filter that is highly recommended.'The I ca'me west first in 1871, and joinnd !new filter is a simple looking affair, I the Mounted Police in 1875. Mr. Hor- by attaching it to the 'light socket it will filte; of water in half an hour, precipitating j on very dry-muds, had.not been able all foreign impurities, and practically 'o do any seeding. eliminating all baccilli. In fact it is tiiought ji kills all baccillv, but this has not been definitely proven, al- thoiigh rough tests have shown that no baccilli remain after the filter has done its work. At present there is a display in the window of the Red Cross Drug store which should interest everybody in the city who has tried to force down a sample of Loth- bridge's water supply. Airs. Rckstorm- will be at the, store Monday to demon- strate and explain the new contri- A number of them am in use in the nity now and are giving great satisfaction. Just Received A FRESH SUPPLY OF PARIS GREEN (ENGLISH) Our Paris Green stands out as being A No. 1. Its solubility is greater than the ordinary kinds and the insoluble parts are in such a fine state that they are easily suspended, making Hedley's Special Paris Green much desired by those who wish the best. Same price qualities. Better prices in large quantities Frank Medley Drug Co. THOMAS TREASON CASE .Alontrcal. June in the reserved case of Irsael Thomas-, steamship ticket agent, convicted of treason, was put over today until next Thursday. Are You Satisfied with Your Milk Supply If not, Phone COX'S DAIRY Phone 1065 Boulton's Auto Livery Closed Car. Hospital and Train Calls a a Specialty. 1206-Phone-12p6 .Kate to any part olr City: .1 Passenger '..-.V. 2 or H Passengers Kates for Country Trips: OPEN 'FORD' CARS. 10 lo 30 miles 40 t.o KM) niilos 20c I101' inilo TO AUTO you have trouble on the road, phono us. We will bring you promptly and at a reasonable charge for the service rendered. Phone ;