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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beat a Day Hotel in Alberta Pride of Alberta I'm No Flirt, but I do Love the Taylor Made Mother's Favorite EXTRA SPECIALS at GOOD'S TONIGHT Tomorrow is Dominion Day and the stores will he closed so von will have to lay in an extra supply lo last until -Monday. Our store will ho open until 10 oVIoek tonight. ORESTON STRAWBERRIES, a largo quantity in Ellis morning, price per basket 15c. CALIFORNIA PEACHES, these lire now fine Cor' eating, special per basket 60c CALIFORNIA PLUMS, red or pel- basket 60c GOOSEBERRIES, very lino H. C.'s. special per basket 10c BING CHERRIES, a Isrse shipment or extra fine ones received this morning, special Ihs. for 50c CALIFORNIA BLUEPLUMS, special per basket.................................... 70c PINEAPPLES, special lot, 30c lot. special each, 26c L'ic size, special each 20c NEXT WEEK AND THE WEEK AFTER FOR PRESERVING STRAWBERRIES WE ARE ADVISED BY OUR SHIPPERS THAT THEY WILL START MAKING SHIPMENTS THE BEGINNING OF NEXT WEEK. PRICE AND QUALITY GUARANTEED. BING CHERRIES for preserving, a large lot arriving Monday. Those are now at their best. Boxes weighing IDS. net. per case................................................. THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 525 FLAGS and FIREWORKS YXhen.pUnning-your celebration remember that we have a complete line of Flags and Fireworks. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1487. MARKETS FRIDAY'S'GRAIN PRICES Open Close July............ 111% 11154 j Ocl............. Dec............. 107 106% I 'July............ 44'i jOct............. 41% 41% jjuly............ 15SU 15S% 161V4 162 i Winnipeg Cash Prices I i No. 1 Northern lllTfc 2 Northern 110 JNo. 3 Northern iXo. 4 Northern............. 101 j 2 C. W................. 46Vi INo. 3 C. W................... 45% .Extra 1 Feed j !No. 3............ No. 4..................... 65 I 'Rejected and Feed 6iy. i I No. 1 N. W. C..............' 15S% 2 C. W GRAIN! Unequalled facilities for secur- ing reliable information regaru imj Grain Frequent quotatlbn Ail .-markets. You are, invited' to make free use of this service Ask for bids carlots of grain j LPrivate wires to New York, Chi cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Botterell, UnlonlBank Building, Phone 1599. E L WYNN, Home Guard Regimental Orders July Sept. Dec. July Sept. Dec. Chicago Wheat Minneapolis Wheat !OSsi 155% 105% 108 107 H 108% 109V4 JULY 1st Necessities FLAGS, FIREWORKS, KODAK FILMS, LUNCH.BASKETS, PAPER 'PLATES, PAPERTCUPS, WAXED LUNCH PAPER. MOSQUITO CREAM. Tfce Red Cross Drig Book Co., Limited PHONE. 555. A N D DISTRICT Holiday Street Car Service Regular week-day seiTice will be in effect, cars starting at 6 n.m. for I the accommodation of excursionists I There will be 8 cars on the Red dur- j ing the afternoon, cars runnint; alter- i nalely over lith and 3rd Avenues, i omitting the station looi> The Popularity for the same month last ion of the new governor. y6ar, an increase of per cent. For the month of June the clearings were _ Well Known Traveller Pte. D. P. Dawson, wounded, al- though a member of a B. C. regiment, has been a resident of Calgary at different times for the past ten or twelve years. He was in the employ of the Robin Hood Mills as travelling [salesman and as such he had hosts of) 'friends throughout the Earl; j witirthe Prudential Life, and formerly i jof Lethbridge, and another brother, fTbra, in the real estate and insurance business in Medicine Hat, are bro- thers. as against for tho corresponding month lastiyear. Promotion For Jas. Duff Jas. Duff, a well-known Lethbridgu man, who has been connecred with j the -Canadian Engineers for some Special patriotic services will be held in Wesley church on Sunday time; has received a promotion to the next. At the morning service the fact J rank of captain, and has been author- win he emphasised of the first Do- minion dry Alberta, and in the evening, Rev. Mr. Cobbledick will ized to assist in recruiting pioneers, carpenters, and such-Iike classes of recruits for active service. For some years.he has held an important posi- tion with the Natural Resources De- partment of the C.P.R. at Calgary. He will be attached to the 229th bat- talion.- Lecture on Economic Situation It is possible that Prof. Mrlvor of The auditorium of Si. Basil's school was crowded last night wheu the-pup- ils gave their closing concert and ex- hibition, of-class work. The program, which showed careful preparation, was excellent and was much enjoyed. The program consisted of: Duet., "Gaiete si de Coeur." MISSPS M.; Delay and J3. Rooney; chorus, "In the duet, "McGinty's First Love." Misses Coolin; chorus by juniors, ''.Dancing1 duet, "Over Hill and ovef Herbert Xewinger and Bernard, cUorus, "Soldiftrs of chorus by trio "Valse'1, JEdna, "Frances and Nelson Bernard; chorus, grades 2 and "The Fairy. -duer. "Angnl Alberta and Harold AuUeue; chorus, grades 4 and 5, "Cireoi: Be- playlet "The Bell in the for- the principal parts were taken by Aubrey Ten'nant, George Pisko, speak on the topic, Ideals." "Our National Big Excursion Tomorrow The annual excursion of the Sunday school to Coieman and Crow's Nest take place tomorrow as ad- vertised. The special ti'aln is sched- uled to leave in the morning t _ i Ulbw tu ,CQ, c nut e-1 .J.D in me iiiorninG Toronto Lniversily will visit the .west I and will return about 11 at night The during the summer to deliver-a series excursion will probably -lie a 'large lectures on the economic situation, lone. It is being run in conjunctio. particularly as-related to conditions I ivith the big Held day inlnen at the close of the war. F. M. Black, being held at Colemail. Nelson Harold Bernard. Rooney, Victor Vaselenak, Vincent Khaki League Meeting The members ot the Khalti league president of the Calgary board Of trade, has just returned from the east and ib a letter to President Marnoch states that Prof. Mclvor's services can are to meet in -Mayor ine secured it the boards of trade In iardie's" office ori Tuesday evening-i the different, centres co-operate in the o discuss several important matters, '.scheme. The local board are replying: jto the effect that they will he glad to t_ jtake part in the plan provided aii equitable basis regarding the cost can he arrived at. FURNACES AND Sheet Metal Work REV. CANON COWLEY DEAD Victoria, li. C.. Jane Can on Alford Cowley. of the Anglican church, died yesterday at hia here; aged 67. He was the sou of the late Venerable Archdeacon Cowley, of 'Manitoba, and had served as mis- sionary in India and as pastor in Win- nipeg of St. .lames' for 28 years. Geo. Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK Willie Loyd. John Zubach, Charlie. McNabb, John1. Negrey, George Ken- nedy; flower drill and Honga, "When Daisies and "The Flower Queen." Some of the songs andchor-: uses were further enhanced by the children wearing very pretty and ap- propriate costumes. Each child had on exhibition an article of plain'sew- ing and one of fancy work, some hay- ing more than the two articles on ells-', play. This sewing as well as class work, drawings were !jmich admired by the parents and friends of the nV pils. CAPTAIN COLTHURST INCARCERATED Dublin, .lune 29, via tain Bowen-CoHhurst, who was found guilty "biit-Hiune" In his trial on the charge or shpnting F. Sheehy-Skef- tington, editor of the Irish Cltittu, during the recent. Irish rebellion, has been ordered, to an insti- tution for the in-sane, ........---.TV oo you on com? The Grace Coal Mine Is now prepared to take care of ad orders, PHONE 1250 The quaflty IB the belt. ton At mine ton IN TWO TON Sarcee Has Veteran Instructor As one of their instructors in trench warfare the men at the Sarcee camp j j this summer will have a native of I r Alberta, a Macleod man, for among jthe 130 offlccra and men of the Cana- Idian overseas forces who returned to' Cryiada either wounded on on leave, jim the C..P. R. line steamer Mlaaa-j j nabie, last week, was E. 3. i Kendall, -of the Lord Stralhcoiia. Horae, Ho Is a resident, of Macleod.' During" a heavy bombardment of the Canadian trenches'opposing Sergt. Kendall was wounded hy burst- j VL ing. fragments of which he ceived "In his back, loft arm and left! leg. He fell on August 2, 1915, nnd spent some time In the American hos- pital there. Sergt. Kendall .waa through the Festubert and Qivenchy engage- jments. He keen on returning to (take .out a commlsniou, uiit, ilie iiioui- 'ral.authorities decided that his wounds would not permit of hla return to France at least for the present. In- Btead he was promoted to another position. Under Col. Mayes, who also returned on Uie Mlasanable, lie is to be instructor In new buyonet and physical fighting.; i Aiito Closed Hospital and Train Calls a i "SpecialtyT Rate'to any part of City: 1 Passenger...................... 2 or H I1 tiss'ciigers 501 ;