Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY FRIDAY, 'AUGUST 4, 1010.' OF THE SEASON STARTS AT SATURDAY MORNING With the biggest bargains offered any where at any time. We simply unload worth of merchandise at once. We must have the cash and must make room. It's up to you, if you want bargains that you may not see again for some time to come. Ladies' Pure Linen Handkerchiefs Thete are of the best kind and are worth 35c each today Clear-away price 15c Ladies' Crown Slippers Up to Going at 99c MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS Eegtilar up to SI.50, Clear- away price.............63c BOYS' SHIRTS Regular -S1.QO, 85c and 75c. Clear-away price.......50c Children's Shoes and White Slippers Selling anywhere for ?1.50] Clear-away price.........95c Men's Oxfords Readeau Brand, Black and Tan. Button or Lace well worth Glpar-awny price Men's Light 2-Piece Underwear 'Clear-away price.........35c Men's Black Cotton Socles Clear-away price..........9c A real snap at each 9c BOYS' OVERALL ROMPERS Striped blue, worth -81.00, Clear-away price.......55v BOYS' HOSE The Blister Brown kind, Clear-away price 19c Ladies' Summer Under Tests 25c. Clear-away juice 13c or Two for 25c BOYS' COMBINATIONS Regular 65c. 75c and Clear-away price...... 42c Men's We have .one of the best stocks of suits in tcnvu, ami ohr ('learaway prices will move them to the as you may not be able to yet one for double the price in the fail. SUITS, LOT NO. 1 This lot consists or blues, greys, dark browns and striped, and are worth from ?20 to Clear-away price SUITS. LOT NO. 2 This lot consists of blUes, browns, darks and striped, and are worth from ?1S to price SUITS, LOT NO. 3 Suits in all shades, worth from ?13 to Jin Going at.-'.. ...J. Suits ;WE PAVE THE MOST COM- STOCK OF BOYS' SUITS, and will clear them at prices that you will not be buy again, for some Wine come. We have BOYS' WASH SUITS, la jvl lite and worth 'dea'riiig 'at Rompers at .1 v.'.. 35c SAVE MONEY ON YO UR CROC ERIE S 15c CORN, PEAS AND 12c TOMATO 25c SALMON, 25c B. C. RED DOMESTIC SARDINES per tin 5c Soda Biscuits WESTON'S OR PEERLESS package WESTON'S TINS per tin CHRISTIE'S per I 22c 30c 35c Tea TETLEY'S at per pound, 40c. 50c and BULK TEA 3 pounds for............... BULK TEA, OUR SPECIAL per pound 60c 40c Coffee SEAL BRAND SEAL BRAND 1 pound tin SEAL BRAND 2 pound tin BEAN COFFEE. Ground in our store. A real good coffee, per Ih.......... 38c 75c 40c Soaps ROYAL CROWN SOAP 2 GREAT WEST WASHING POWDERS 2 packages ----f................... SUNLIGHT, GOLD, SWIFT, WHITE, AND LIFEBUOY SOAP 11 bars for 23 BARS for 45c 45c IVORY 50c Jams PURE FRUIT AND SUGAR FOUR POUND TIN? All flavors, per tin APPLE AND STRAWBERRY JAM Four pound pail.......... WACSTAFFE'S MARMALADE Four pound pail; per paiH.-.......... 75c 60c 68c Syrup ROGERS' GOLDEN SYRUP ROGERS' GOLDEN SYRUP 2 pound tin ROGERS' GOLDEN SYRUP b pound tin.......................... ROGERS' GOLDEN SYRUP Ten pound CORN SYRUP 5 pound tin............. 20c 45c 85c 35c Pickles SWEET, SOUR AND CHOW 111 18 ounce bottles, lier bottle- GALLON GLASS JARS, SOUR per 22c SWEET per gallon Baking Powders MAGIC 12 ounce tins, each ROYAL SHIELD 12 ounce tins, each EGGO 16 ounce tins, each COCOA, FRY'S OR BAKER'S .Half pound tins ST. CHARLES' CREAM Family Size tin.................... ST. CHARLES' CREAM Hotel size, per tin RAISINS 12 bunuce package, per package SULTANAS Vi ounce package, per package MUSCATELS per DRIED PEACHES, PRUNES AND FIGS 2 pounds for........................ LOOSE CURRANTS per pound........................... 16 ounce 20c 15c 20c 25c lie 23c 12c 15c 25c 14c 15c FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES APPLES 3 Ibs for 25c BAKTLETT PEARS 2 Ibs for 25c ORANGES, No-Vary Brand, per dozen, 33c 'and 50c B. C. S 20 H) Sack With a Grocery Order. PEACHES...................2 Ibs for 25c B. C. CELEHY, Saturday only, pel- Ifo. lOc WESTERN MERCANTILE COMPANY (From our own Monarch. Aug. Taylor Mill- ing Co. hnvo soljl tiiou elaviitor hero tr- tlie Kilison Co.. of Lethbrldge. Mr, Prlnglo, who has been manager of the A. P. Elevator for some time, has left for the east The government gangs lire grading tho iMacleod road llorc south of tho town and it certainly is an improve- A ear of binder twine arrived and was distributed on Wednesday. The fanners are drawing in their remnants of last year's crop in anti- cipation of a real bumper this year again. .May they not bo disappoint- ed. Tim crops around hero are Improv- ing daily. There Is no slsn of rust iniy crop the writer has seen and no traces of Hessian Fly, and with tho price of grain being high the farmers will reiip a more paying har- vest than last year should all go well fiynn now on. (CONTIXUmi FlIOKT 1'AOE) Uphill A. I. Fisher .1. A. McDonald (S.I. H. Jackson Dr. C. D. McLean Grand E. E. Miller (C.) J. E. Thompson W. Poster M. B Jackson P. Shaw (0.) P. W. jAnderson (L.) I J. Long John Keen (L.) McDonald (C.) J. B. llryson, (L.) B. Planta Win. Sloan Sam Skinner (S.) O. Hose A. M. Johnson L. L. Bloqmer (S.) North Ellison (0.) Dr. K. G. McDonald (L.) South Jones L.'V. Rogers (L.) Dier Parker Williams (D.N.) New Gilford (C) David Whiteside (L.) M. Dockrill A.M.. JVanson, I T. Taylor (C.) Dr. Sutherland (L.) Lome Campbell (C) W. D; Wilson. (L.) J. Baird, (CO..G. O. McGeer (L.) Robert McBride (Ind.) .M. Eberts (C.) F. A. Pauline (L.) A. Shatford (CO, H. H. Conkling (L.) Wni. Manson T. p. Pailuli Hunter Chas. F. Nelson (L.) North II. Mqrden, Mayor Wni. Nelsh (Ind.) South Vancouver (Rev. W. Boulton J. W. Wcart, B. Wilton, (Lab.) A. Schofleld, Michael Sullivan Albert Good- Vancouver (six W. "J. Bowser, Ralph Smith (L.) J. D. Harrington Hon. Dr. McGuire M. A. Macdonald, H. TJ. White Thos. Duke (CO, P. Don- .nelly T. O. Townley A.H. IB. MacGowan, (CO, Dr. J. W. Me- jlntosh (LO, A. S. Fawcett Tisdall (CO, J. S. Cowper W. R. 'Trotter Walter Leek, (CO, ;J. DeB. Farris R. Cassidy, K. C., B. C. Appleby (Ind.) Victoria (four seats) Hon. Alex. Stewart (CO, H. C. Brewster (LO; A. (CO, John Hart (LO, Dr. E. Hall (Ind.) J. Morley Reginald Hayward, John Dilworth (CO, Geo. Bell (LO, P. R. Smith (SO; L. Tail, I Hall (LO, Dan. Pupard (S.) Lucas (C.) Jos. Walters (LO Third Avenue South. Where Your Dollar Does Its Duty. Phone 1724. Lethbridge, Aita. What Is Uric Acid THE CAUSE OF BACKACHE. GRAVEL AND SUDDEN DEATH. Ever since the discovery of tiric acid in the blood by Scheele, in 177S, and the bad effect it had upon the body, scientists and physicians have striven to rid the tissues and the blood of this poigon, Because of its over- abundance in the system it causes backache, pains iiere and there, rheu- matism, gout, gravel, neuralgia and sciatica. It was Dr. Pierce who dis- covered a new agent, called which will throw out. and completely eradicate this uric acid from the sys- tem. ".Anuric" lias proved to be 37 times more potent than mnia, and consequently you need no longer fear muscular or articular rheumatism or gout, or many other diseases which are dependent- on an accumulation of urio acid1 within the body. Send to Dr. Pierce, of the Invalids' Hotel and Sur- gical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y., for pamphlet on send 10 centa for a trial package of "Annric Tabletf." if you leel that tired, ..worn oat feeling, backache, neuralgia, or if your sleep is disturbed by too frequent urination, go to your best drug store and ask for AnnripTablets. They are put up in 50-cent packages. Doctor rieroe'e reputation is back of n.n.linina VftM klmW MlAt Ilifl ocor er this medicine and you know, that his "Golden Medical Discovery'.' for the blood and his "Favorite Prescription" for the ills of women have had a splen- did reputation for the past fifty yeara. Doctor Pieroe'e are nncqualed as a Liver Pill. One Sugar-coaled Pclht a Dose. Cure Sick Headache, Bilious Headache, Dizziness, Coiintipa- all derangements of the Liver, Sitomfc Bowels. smoked "Nobleman" cigars lately?