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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT HOTEL WINDSOR BMt a Day Hotel in Alberta i Pride of Alberta I'm No Flirt, but I do Love the Taylor Made Mother's Favorite and PINE- yiNGMN NOW WE HAVE AN EXTRA FINE LOT OF THE ABOVE LINES IN TODAY AND WE ARE ADVISED BY THE CHERRY SHIPPERS IN IDAHO THAT THE SEASON FOR CHERRIES WILL NOT LAST LONG THIS YEAR OWING TO THE UNFAVORABLE WEATHER CONDITIONS. ORDER NOW. BING CHERRIES, per 20 Hi. caso DING CHERRIES, per pound 25c GOOSEBERRIES, extra Hm; ones, in inuirl baskets, price per "-rate Price per" basket 15c FLORIDA PINEAPPLES, extra large size. price per domett....................... Price, each 30c MEDIUM SIZE, per MEDIUM SIZE, price each................. 25c July Edison Records OUR SHIPMENT OF JULY .ED1GON RECORDS LAST SATURDAY. COME AND LOOK THEM OVER WHILE THE ASSORTMENT IS COMPLETE. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd, NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 14S7. Calgary, June Sam Hughes; paid a flying visit to Calgary and Sar- iree camp this morning. The minister went out to Jhe cunip bright and early g Uuid inspected all tiie troops. He tie- __ nied a story printed in'a Toronto pd-1 i per that all the p western" canips were! to be broken iip and tlie troops trained I jo: (.'amp Bortfen. Out. j JJ j Sir Sam left for Camp Vernon. B.C., I iat noon. There-was TIO -Cuss o? cere- luony over his arrival. Everything jj was exceedingly informal. llEAIMES .The Grace Coal Mine is- 110 w prepared to take cara of all orders. PHONE 125O The quality is the best., Delivered, At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES J i stircs 27 inches and is v.-ell iji the be is part of the of Bit'hbiJ Jo'hhs Wheat- jjuly i Dec, i Oatt July Get..... Open Tuber, June hundred acres {of wheat on spring-plowing-that'mea-f boot! son j Barn well, who is well known i Close throughout Southern .Alberta. Bishop j 111 u j Johnson siates that the crops ia bis .neighborhood- are- -easily- ten days; 108% ahead of last year. He is expecting i another bumper crop, this fall. A crop 'of volunteer wheat, on his land is ai- oes s 11 t'lvc r i'ntin these liny jK'.sIs we sell the yreveiit.a- tion. ill's Mosuuito .Lotion. ani" to use and for the complexion 25c Lvman's Mosquito Cream, tube a. ml easy .to carry Anti-Buzz, very effective. Oil Citraneifa in any quantity. Tke Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limiieil CITY AND DISTKICT Moose Meeting oose Lodge No. 792 will hold their regular meeting at S o'clock in thy Moose Hall tonight. All members are i eqnesteil to attend. 'Visiting bro-l threti are eonUnHy For Belgian Relief W. A. Buchanan M.I', is in receipt of a contribution of ?J from "A Loyal Scot" per the I.p.D.E. for the Belgian relief fund. It has been forwarded to [headquarters in Montreal. just how good a cook are, unless you have used Trades and Labor Meeting The regular meeting of the Trades and Labor CounciP will 'be held to- i morrow at S.30 p.m. All delegates me j requested to attend as there is bust- j mj'js of importance to be decided up-! on. I Ice Cream Sodas Sundaes Sheet Metal Work Geo. S.Dixou Co., PHONE' 105? REAR STAFFORD SLOCK Winnipeg Cash Prices j N'o. 1 Xoriiiern j N'o. 2 Northern No. 3 Xorthern j No. Northern Oats- Xo. U. V................ Extra 1 Feed............... Barley- No. 3..................... 64% DRUNKEN GERMANS PULL DOWN FLAG SASKATCHEWAN j Lam Sa ft Ho llomeatcad here, a numuer OL Germaos attendee! and j brought with them a iarge quantity of iKjuo'- nidi they had purchaseo at P government liquor store in Sas- katoon. The litjuor affected theni. EO much that they imagined they Vere i 1 X. W. C.............. No. 2 G. W. Chicago Wheat July............ Minneapolis Wheat 106% 1071s Sergt. F. M. Riches, former prin cipal of Westminster school, who was speeding the week-end with His fain- i LOCAL MARKETS PRICES LOCAL GRAIN TRACK PRICES: m and were celebrating a j Wheat.............. victor v In their exuberance i Oats pulled aoT.-n .Bridsli The R X M P. are trying to find the j WAGON ringleader1- Hay and Grain! NOW LOCATED IN -THE METALS, LIMITED, SUiLDING. 1221 2ND AVENUE SOUTH, F HONE 732, we are prepared to fill your veriuiremeiUs-oi.hay and grain, either or retail. V. urder will satisfy you as to quality, price and service. We have some 'good TIMOTHY SEED at 1 ft per Ib lllC Storage space for rent. House- hold goods a .spscialty. The Sauuders Hay tV Grain Co. (wheat Oats' FliVX ily, visited Westminster .school yes-j teruay afternoon, where he was pre-; 15-7 senteo with -a iiandsome military! 154 wrist watch from the staff and Grade j VIII. H. H. Bruce gave'him a. very hearty; ...welcome and said" how pleased and; 1071.4 proud they were of their "soldier prin- cipal." He also expressed the hope 106% that he-would soon he back in his 107Vi old place. Lily '.Mitchell, one of his Grade VIIJ. pupils, made the presen- tation. Sergt. Riches in Ida reply Impress- ed 011 t.he children that they tco had their part to do.. He said it was al- ways a pleasure to come-back to see them and they might be sure that T [their beautiful present .would, always 3 t remind him of the boys and girls of Westminster; school, especially when i he was ahle to wind it on the banks 'of WP ;f r e featuring- oh i 1 il ix'ii 's Tea Pp ts, iniportpd from Japaai, filled with Japanese candy. They are extremely cute and are going fast. _-' T.he tea pot slone is the price. 50c EACH J. D, Higinbotham Co. "Alberta's Pioneer OpuogisVs." SioHt American Legion Recruits t p The following further recruits have j attested here with the I.e-' Edward- Tom, Canadian, rj. j McLeod, Scotsman: F. Sauiulere, T. K. Bi-inKely, Hen Kemnier and Ken- ,uetb Kemnier, all Americans. Lethbridge-Born Boy Pte. Norman .McRean, Feniie. who was reported as wounded last i week, and who is in Hie hospital at Boulogne. France, is a ijethbridse-horn j boy. He is the sou of A. A. .McUeau j f Of Ferine, and a grandson of i Purls, of Lethbridse, oneybf the eiiy's "I oldest citizens. Loses a 'Brother j Raymond Leader: Mrs. William! .'-.Blair's brother, Pte. Win. MeKiui. has just been killed in action "somewhere] hi France." A telegram to this effect; I-was received this morning. Tho late; i Pte. MtvKim enlisted Avitit a rsgijiient 1 from 'Montreal ami ?aw some thn ;.worst.fighting "through which the Can- I adian army has undergone. Unless all signs fail we'll have a hot summer. Remember that our fountain is the coolest spot in town for solid or liquid refrigeration. We1'serve you' with the purest, .smoothest, and rich- est of ice cream, also delicious tasty Sodas and Sundaes. Everything clean and and with us. Dispensing Chemists. Lsthbridge, Wholesale and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 Meek in tbe Churches "i Gen. Man. Bury in the Crow At Vice-Presiderit and General Manager Next Sabbath mommy the sacra- jBury, of the C. P. R., is spending to ment of tlie Lord s fallllper no OD_ !day on the western end of the Leth (bridge division.Jiaving gone wetft_tlns, at pm nopdiatoiy serv- morning from Macleocl, in companx ,ce m the sdl00, roo Fe, L Supt. Cotterell of Lethbridge. It Boul H x pieach Mn (iesjr. that Mr. Bury will go I ing lo umte Wllh church ny con- direct to the coast, returning by Cal fesblon or on of certifi- cates please communicate with the minibtei dunnc the ueek At "St.-Andrews S p m adult cliss Ihiftlo to-i Red Cross owiafe Tlmrsd-u At S pm manag- ers' concert in tlig church. At St. Mary's Wednesday at S p.m.'service of in- tercession At St. Cyprian's ,gary. Royal Arch Masons -Forty members of the local chapter of the Royal Arch Masons greeted First Principal Mureh. of the-Grand Chapter at Toronto, on his visit here I last Thursday evening. First Prin- ipipal Murcli is making; his annual toui jpf iiispect.ioii of the lodges the jProm here he went through to .Macleod jon his way to the coast. LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, "6% to 7.' Eat cows, to 6. Sheep Choice 'killing wethers, sheafed, the Rhine or in Berlin. The whole school then sang 'Till the and afterwards! Mr. Bruce and Grade VIH. served re-1 j freshments and a very pleasant noon was spent. Sergt Riches left on the 4.55 train for'Sarcae camp. Tuesday at S p.m., Dorcas society in the parish room: Uible class1 meet I -for discussion in the vestry S p.m. Closing Exercises Separate School j at >i p.m., service of in- The, closing nxercises of the Sep- j tercessiou: Thursday; afternoon Ihe arate school will be held In St. Basil's j women of the church meet at tlio lied school' oh Thursday June Cross rooms. at 3 Tun., admission cents. Ten j At Wesley cent of tlie proceeds will be given Wednesday at 8 p.m. regular mifl- to the Patriotic fund. An exhibition weak prayer service wil be conducted drawing, needles-work etc., will be by the pastor. The Central C. T. ARE HOLDING AN Afternoon Tea on ThursdV, June 29 FROM 4 TO 6 AT THE HOME OF MRS. N. C. STIBBS, 701 5TH AVE., CORNER 7TH ST. South of the Post Office In the evening from 7 to 10 there will be a STRAWBERRY CREAM LAWN SOCIAL A TABLfc.OF HOME COOKING WILL 3E ON SALE AM proceeds towards the Travellers' Aid Anyone wishing to make dona- tions is asked Phone' 1203, killing ewes, shear- i ed, 7. Select hogs, 15Q-5CQ ibs, 9. CITY AND BISTEICT FALLING LUMBER CAUSES FATALITY AT COWLEY Cowley.-Alta. June work- ing at the Heaih Creek sav.'inill ia ihe Porciipiiife -hiils.' Floyd Oodson v.-as j fatally jRjuretl by a Tailing lumbcfr pile-.. The accident occurrpil last weeli and at lirsi it was 1101 lie iyyas, seriously injiired, but on Sut- urday last his condition bcrame grave i arid he rushed tot the Pincher i Creek hosijital, where he "died. De- ceased was 25 years of age and is sur- J! I rived by his parents and several brothers and sisters. A Correction Alex known sport-} nig goods man of Calgary, has joined the Iflist battalion. It Vas stated in 'error that he hail joined the 113th. SELBORNE RESIGNS London. June Sel- borne has resigned, the prcsf- dency of the board of agricul- turo. He will make a s.tate- ment to the lords Tuesday. it is -generally believed the re- signation. is on account of the- Jrislj situation. Locating Water T. L. Daviey, the Water locator of Nobleford, passed .ih rough the city yesterday from Aldersou to New Day- ton to Oocate wells: V Government Appointments ,The" Alherta Gazette contains an- ii dim cement of the appointment of W b. Benneft, B. Y. Jackson, L. E. Halnes, A. V. Bowes and N. D. Ran- kin, all of the 19iat reigiment, and J. B. Al.jfson, Granum, as justices of the peace; John S. Smith. Martin AVoolf. Cards ton, and D. K. Greene. Glen- r tt'podville, as commissioners for tak- Dr. John Chad wick Sing. IieilevHie, affidavits; C. Lane, Retiaw, more tliari 80 years of age. was lb- Ujock inspector Htantly killed by a (J. T. R, yard 6h- gine. i v on. show in one of tlie class rooms, j July 1st, Pareats, friends and all interested in j eursion School work arc cordially invited. school ex- Wounded and .Missing O" the Alberiarib repbrtetl Police Magistrat.i C. J. South .had a PriBoners of War Fund Notice Owing to the numerous patriotic annual Sunday .Cofemait and tfre Crgn-'s FJ_ M, jellett is, pcihaps, the bp-.t Nest tit-m at i 1 (known.- ifie was in the employ "of. the f da-v i >n ipcuhr n onthly -general 6'niPe of the Cilgarv Gas Co. nLotint, rf the W M S Auxiliary in Calgai-v fai out lost >e.' the church parlor. 3Irs. Daniel will lnp MonnUd give some .Impressions'Of the recent leaving here in Ncnembui. ile convention. All the. ladies of (he church are invited; whether members or not. At Westminster formerly with. the Canadian West- ern Co. at Lethbndge and he plajtd on the Let h bridge hocltey team." He is a son of Geo, Jcllett; Edmonton. Pte. the Quetns of uelon mest Iack pugh_ reported !one iime manager of the Union ice at winnifml his brother is maiiaioi for ited cross Wednesday evening, pray topic, "The Restoration of the .lews to Palestine. Thursday at p.m. W.M.S. meeting in the church parlor.. oj1, the branch meeting Friday at 4.15 junior choir practice. OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S RESIDENCE 547 SMITH, MURPHY CO. GROUND FLOOR SHERLOCK BLDG., LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG, MAN.. Grain Grain Grain Gain We realize that giyiiig you per- fect satisfaction will increase ourjbusiness as in no other way. We are out to increase our busi- ness, .-thereforft "Smith-Murphy Co. Service" is the 'result. Grain Grain Grain Gain "THE.PROOF OF THE PROFITS IS IN THE RETURNS." W. K. PORTER. mANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH. to attain! a couEereufee of Patriotic; Fiiml Sir Herbert H. Ames. chairman of the fund, wilt he present' ami matters concerning the allotments to dependent? and the methods of i raising contributions will be r.on- sidered. Half Holiday During Summer Tiie usual mid-week half holiday will ho in order this summer. Tho stores and bnviness offices will be clorod every Wednesday atternopn after.I o'clock during the months of July and August. A Candidate for Parliament people who had the plea- sure of meeting Lieut. Simons, when he wan. here last fall in command.ot Australian cadets, will be inter-- ested in learning that he -has been nominated for the Kasl Perth anal in ihe state legislative aosembly of west- ern Australia. Old Country Passen- gers, Attention! We can offer you excellent ac- commodation at a very low rate. Our sieamcrs are large twin screw and up to oate. Montreal-Glasgow Sailings s July 2 "CASSANDRA.-.......... July 16 tSATURNIA........... July 23 Passengers only, Rfilo tOabfii and For. rates, and oilier information apply any railroad or steamship agent, or DONALDSON LINE H. E. LIDMAN, Genera! Agent Winnipeg, 349 Main Si. Ph. M. 5312. Vancouver, Sti Grape-Nuts, one minute tapioca, hert meat or soup, cigarettes, tobacco, pipes, -vaseline. Donations in kind to be sent .to Mrs. O. W. Robinson, 423 8th Street; money to N. Ken- nedy, 5th .Avenue. Casualty Unit Formed -.Announcement that a casualty unit for soldiers has been nu' t'horizeif, has been announced in Cal- gary by 'E, H. Seammell, secretary of the military hospitals commission foi the. Dominion. This of a Unit originated with the Alberta secre- tary, Howard Stutchlmry, ami !the new order provides that all returned sbltliersi will now be formed into a battalion which itself be a unit of-the .overseas forces and subject to the general control of the militia de- This new idea will make the men amenable to discipline ainl greatly simplify the work of taking earo of. them, and will consolidate re- onsiblllly and authority.' j Headstones and Crosses of every description made to REV, F. W. PATTERSON GOES BACK TO WINNIPEG I 1 dinoiiton func r. O'Gt OUT f nttenoi for thn past our] one-half yearn bus been pastor of ihe I'-JiLCb At Scientist at pin At Pentecostal Mission Tuesday, ai-8 p.'in.j? prayer and the word. Thursday at S p.m.'.special waiting on God for the Baptism of the Holy Ghost. of the same bank at Virden, .Man. MONUMENTS First Baptist to- day handed his i cognation to the to take effect oil the Ipst day or .Tilly; and, on "September I lie will assume tlie pastorate of the First Rap- tist Winnipeg. SEE OUR WORK- BEFORE BUY. YOU ANNOUNCEMENT M. K. Kiwke's Berber Rhop re- main open en Saturday, July J from 9 to 12. 1Q7-1 Lcihkidge Monumental and Cut Stone Works ;