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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta I Alberta I'm No Flirt, but I do Love the Taylor Made _ Mother's Favorite loins Extra Specials for this leek-end Saturday. July the first we take as low a.s we possibly stuck and we want to have the stock dvantage of our specials. Only a closed all day Saturday the first. FLAGS and FIREWORKS planning .ypijr. 1st celebration remember that we have a complete line of Flags and Fireworks. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1487. BiNG CHERRIES, a large slilimwnt arrive Frulu} iiiiiniins diroet frnin (In.- shipper in Idaho, very special per 20c Very special, per Ib. case 53.75 NOW IS THE TIME TO PRESERVE THESE. GOOSEBERRIES, ox Ira fine per basket 15c PLACE ORDERS FOR PRESERVING NOW TO BE DELIVERED WITHIN A WEEK OR SO WHEN PRICE AND QUALITY ARE THE BEST. STRAWBERRIES. B, C.'s and Idaho's. expect, daily shipments from now oil. to the haekwun! season this year the ber- ries are later than usual and we expect u (Treat lot- '.o come in within the next week or so. The lowest market price always. 1'rcserving orders taken now. PINEAPPLES, Florida's, extra fine for pre- serving, large size, per dozen......... Large size each 30c Medium size, per dozen.................. Medium size, each 25c CALIFORNIA PEACHES, PLUMS APRICOTS, A fullline at lowest market prices. FRESH VEGETABLES. A full line at lowest market prices....... WATERMELONS, any quantity, per Ib....... Be NEW POTATOES.. 3 'ills, -for............... 25c NEW CARROTS, 4 Ibs. for 25c HOT. HOUSE TOMATOES, per 25c VALENCIA ORANGES, per dozen-----40c 50c LEMONS, per dozen 30c NEW LAID EGGS, 2 dozen for 55c FRESH MADE DAIRY BUTTER all good for the (able, per 25c BACON. Calnofs. Best, sides, sliced, per 30c In the piece, per Ib........................ 27c HAMS. Stirling brand, heavy, half or whole. per 25c HAMS, Sweet Clover, small size, whole hums only, ptr 2Sc COTTAGE ROLLS, boned, very fine for frying. per Ib. sliced............................ 25c Per Ib. in the piece...................... 23c BRICK per 111................... 30c ROAST PORK, Boiled Ham Corned Beef, sliced, per Ib. i......................... 40c VEAL LOAF, sliced, per Hi................ 25c OX TONGUE sliced, 60c ROLLED OATS, Kobiu 'Hood, round Carious, Price each............................. 20c MILK, Canada First, Family size, special, per tin 10c EVAPORATED APRICOTS, very spofial 3 Ibs. 50c Per 25 Ib. case......................... PRUNES, size ten Ib. boxes, per box S1.15 CHRISTIE'S CHERRY CAKE, very fine. fresh, special, per 30c CHRISTIE'S PEEL CAKE, very fine, special per Ib.................................. 25c PEANUT BUTTER, bulk, per Ib........... 25c QUEEN OLIVES, bulk, per pint 25c THE HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES The Popularity "Our Best'J Flour Enjoys is duo only (o the standard of quality maintained and Hie-moderate price at which it is sold. See vour it now. Ellison Milling and Elevator Co., Limited Women of Lethbridge ATTENTION! PATRIOTIC MASS MEETING :UNOER THE AUSPICES OF THE WOMEN'S ORGANIZATIONS .i OF THE CITY. WESLEY HALL Tomorrow Afternoon, June 30, at Sharp The Speakers will be Mi% K. R. Jamiesou, Subject: Rational Service. Major G. W. Kerby, Subject: A Woman's Part Soloist: Lieut. J. Montgomery.Bell THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL, MEN AS WELL AS WOMEN, ARE; CORDIALLY INVITED. NO COLLECTION OR ADMISSION FEE. GOD SATE THE KING 161% MARKE THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Open Clo July............ llO'-i HI Oct............. 10714 107 Dec............. 10G 106 Oats- July 45 OcL............ 413i Flax- July 1SS Oct............. 161U Winnipeg Cash Prices Xo. 1 Northern Xo. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern Xo. 4 Northern No. 2 C. W. No. 2 C. W................... Extra 1 Feed Xo. 3..................... No. 4 Rejected Feed Flax- No. 1 N. W. C.............. No. 2 C. W................. Chicano Wheat 101 104% 107% j Minneapolis Wheat [July............ 106'4 10714 lOSli CITY AND DISTSICT 44% i jiT I ijuly Sept. !Det. Dec. unit 105 i 10S j i I JULY 1st Necessities FLAGS, FIREWORKS, KODAK FILMS, LUNCH BASKETS, PAPER PLATES, PAPER CUPS, WAXED LUNCH PAPER MOSQUITO CREAM. Tke Red Gross Drag Beok Co., Limited PHONE 555. j Local Students Successful j j The 3iny report of the Institute of; i Canadian Commercial Educators1 I Shorthand examinations contains tile I names of two students or the Oar- j butt College, I.ethhridge, Miss Rebec- i ca Hurst 'and iliss Yerna Heden- strom. FURNACES AND Sheet-.Metal Work Geo. E. Dixon Cn., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK The Grace Coal Mine IB now prepared to take cara of all ordm'a. PHONE 125O The quality is the best. Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS First of July Excursion The annual excursion of tlie Wes- ley Sunday school will be held Sat- urday, .Inly 1st to Coleinan and the indications are tin i trains to hold the c i er is fine. The excursion is being j rim in conjunction with the Held tlay Coleaiari' by the j miners' institute in "which contests iu jmine rescue work will he hnld. Three tethbridge teams are competing in the contests. Great Wheat 1 E. II. Warren, of Iron Springs, says lie has -wheat as high as 29 inches now in his fields. Coaldate Celebration Postponed The Coaldiilo celebration for .luly lat it will take 'two [1st has bean indefinitely postponed on Lethbridpe district during the past crowd, il the waaih- .Account of the rain. day or two. Yesterday the experi- L mental farm gave the rainfall as .55 For Patriotic Fund or over half an inch. The rain gnagn The lion, treasurer. H. J, Ritchie of R, bowman in the city, how- Peterson, aclrnpwletlgeo .the receipt of [ever registered 1.1-5 inches. .'This Closing Concert Thfi closing concert at St. Basil's school will be held tonight at eight o'clock. Ten per cent of receipts will be given to the Patriotic fund. Heavy7 Heavy Rains rains haye fallen' 52.00, being part of. the. offering :it St. Andrew's church at patriotic service, Sunday Juno 25th. morning's precipitation was registered at the farm as .27. up till noon cxpcrimoutal Hay and Grain! I WE ARE NOW LOCATED IN 1THEJETALS, LIMITED, 1221' 2ND 'AVENUE SOUTH, PHONE 732, and e are prepared to" till your v requirements of hay and grain, either -wholesale or retail. A satisfy you as to quality, price and service. We have some good TIMOTHY SEED at per Ib............. Storage space lor rent. House- hold goods a specialty. The Saiuiders Hay j sheep lo 311.00. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES TRACK.PRICES: Wheat...................., Oats...... Flax- WAGON Wheat S2 Oats 34 Flai................... 129 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, fi% to 7. Fat cows, to Sheep Choice killing wethers, killing e-.ves, shear- To Speak at Macleod :ArtlHery Class The regular artillery class under ed, 7. Select hogs, 150-200 Ibs. 9. Live Stock Shipments P. Burns Co.. Lethbridge. shipped five carloads of stock during the past lew'days, one car going to Edmonton. one to Xe'son and three to Calgary. S. S. Dunham, -vice-president of the j Lieut. Nelson .and Lieut. Bhmdell will Hon. McLean Visitor 11 F A will address a combined j be-held tonight at S o'clock, at the) Hon. A. J. came down from fihzenH and L F A. picnic at Slacleod j recruiting offices, of, the new 78th bat- i Edmonton yesterday, and states that SPRATT'S DOG BISCUITS and PUPPY PA We have just recoiv- cd a 'shipment o J' iSjirntrs Ddg Biscuits and (..'ukes in I'acka'es and Sucks. Packets J. D. Higinbolham Co. "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists." The Stort Wholesale and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 .on -July 1st. tery in the Hull block. Edmonton and district is suffering Tor rain, something that has not been ex- perienced in years; SMITH, MURPHY CO. GROUND FLOOR SHERLOCK BLDG., LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. OFFICE PHONE 1313. HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG, MAN, Grain Grain G'ain Gain We reaiizs that giving you per- fect ,lsatisfaction will incraaie our business as in no other wsy. J We" are out to Increase our busi- ness, therefore "Smith-Murphy Co, Service" is the result. Grain Grain G'ain Gain "THE PROOF Or THE PROFITS IS IN THE RETURNS." For British Red Cross A total of was collected at thft Brocket picnic two weeks ago, held at Brocltct for the benefit of the British Red Cross. WON'T FORCE THE BELGIANS TO Berlin, June Giyiera! Von Biasing at Brussels has issued an official denial of the reports circulated abroad that the 'German government intends calling Belgians for.'military LET US WRITE YOUR HAIL INSURANCE. In the WESTCMESTER, HARTFORD or UNITED ASSURANCF. CO. over Will have in Leth- bridge and losses will be paid immediately. If you do not; have the cash now see us and we will care for you untff fall. Write Box 264, Phone 651 or call in Alberta block. -t; We want a few more agents in outlying Sistrtctj M. P. Johnston Company For Friday, June 30th AVC have planned tlie most sensational boot sale that it would ever he possible to offer, the apquisitioii of this stock of ladies' and men's boots and shoes is an -accomplishment-of iviiicli 'we are indeed piwid. Arriving1 at a itiiri'c snost newl- urge upon you to yourselves of this grand op- portnnity and stock with boots and "shoe's. Sale Commences 9 a.m. FRIDAY Morning, and will. be the greatest One-Day Setle ever held in this City Shoes for Boys mirs of tail Ox- fords. ;i splendid, solid wearing slioe. niiide on a good np-to- daic hist, hinclicr styles, sixes i lo 5, rcg. per pair. Friday Boots and Pumps for Ladies ifty pairs of Ladies' Doiigola JCid Bii'lton Boots, splendidly toe and heels, a very hoot, coining in all sixes, i'eg. Fridar sale pan- Oxfords for Men Sixlv i'iiic pairs of men's patent i Oxfords, a dressy and eoml'ort- able shoe, very neat style, all sixes. 50, .Friday Hale -r Forty-nine pairs of men's Ian Ox- fords. a real hisjli grade shoe1 that comfort and good wear, .They come .in all regular .Fridav lo ejea'r Ifoi'tv pairs of ladies' black sa- iiii pumps .verydainty and ihoroH.H'Jilv" made and drossy roar. -S4.50: .Friday t'o clear S1.99 Fi.fty liairs- of jbools. well liKWj. and a Ian Juition shli'ped licels and line1 thai: will" bo y. all sizes, reg. Friclnv while Ihev In-sl, Store Remains Open Until 10 p.m. on Friday Night ]ier ji.oy Fifty paivs of Ladies'' While Pop- liii flexible soles, with .while hei'ls. jnsl in lime for siiniiner wear and the :in all .Friday to clear at pair.............. The Hudson's Bay Co e ;