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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1910. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERAtD PAGE SEVEN Going to the Pure Food Markets I Buy at Dependable Markets, where you are protected by the Pure Footf Laws of Canada No. 1 Fresh Made Farmers'Dairy Butter, per lb 25c Finest Empress Creamery Butter, 2 Ib fer 65c Shamrock Creamery Butter, per lb. 35c fivitK eont Special! Special! Dominion Peamcaled Cottage Rolls, per lb 21c 3 Ibs. to Average Dominion Picnic Hams, per lb 16c P. BURNS CO., LTP. Main Avenue South. Phones 412 and 1388 Dominion Market--epr. 4th Aye. and 6th St. S. Phone Palace Street North-- Phone 431 Burns' Tomato Sausage, per Shamrock Cooked Ham, per Jellied Ox Tongue, per lb Finest Baked Ham, per lb Special Ham Bologna, per lb lb lb 25c 40c 40c 20c Lawn Bowling The games for the single Lawn (Bowling championship are beginning to narrow down to a half a dozen jtplajeis as will be seen by the stand- ing bnlow Last night two exception- islly. close, games were played be- itween' Willetts and Jones, and Fairiey and Livie, and at the end of J6 well pla-jcd ends Willeita and Livlo were able to add another win to. their tiring of Tonight there will be another lot of lUfnes, and all those who have stllr a majority of their garnet to plaj requested to be on hand at 7 o'clock irtatp Here- with is the standing all players winning over a 'Won Lost Pet. J. McIIvena -H. Scott n. Ward T. Livie K. P. Stewart W. Hutton H. Scott J. iFairley W. Willetts J. Oliver R. Ualdry Jones 13 9 10 6 7 3 1 .ssa .857 .692 .6G6. .500 .500 .500 .5110 .454 .428 .428 .333 Trap Shooting Tourney Aug. Big Trophies for of Cups On Wednesday afternoon, August 16th the Alberta Gun Club of Leth- bridge will hold its annual tournament when attractive prizes will be shot for and a large number of visiting trap shooting artists aie expected to be on hand. This will be the seventh annual tourney and with the great interest now. being taken in trapshoot- only in Lethbridge but in all other cities of the west, it should be the' .best ever held. Two championship cups will be shot for, together with about 150 targets in other events, details of which will .be given later. The Grand Challenge Cup, an event for the whole of Alber- ta 4nd Eastern B. C., is the big event, tho Lethbridge Brewery Cup being emblematic of the championship. This is the finest cup shot.tor over the_traps in Alberta It is valued at ?22n and is highly prized, The history of tho cup since 1910'lollows: Year. Winner. Score Possible 50 44 C. 'Andrew, Calgary 45 W. Bishop, Nelson 47 H.' C. Karnopp, Edmtii. 42 H. Muir, Lethbridge 45 E. Qreeh, Lethbridge 46 The cup is now in the hands of one of the best shots in'Lethbridge, but a determined effort on tho part of visiting; trapsbobters IK expected to be made to wrest the trophy from its home city this year. ei the WE events of the day is the City Championship, emblematic of which' is the Adams Cup, donated by Ex-Mayor E, Adams. It is competed for annually in a 50-bird event, open only to .the members of the Alberta Gun Cliib. The history of the cup: CONSIDER YOURSELF LUCKY To be able to buy mch High-grade Goods at mch Little Prices On Sat., Mug. 5th, for Fifteen only, We will place on sale of Marmfactyrkr's Samples bought at 65c and 75c on the dollar THE QUALITY of these goods is the finest that the world's factories eau produce. Every artice is new and fully guaranteed by both myself and the manufacturers whose names .they bear. This gives you pn opportunity to buy Jewelry, Birthday, AVeddiiig or Anni- versary gifts, at from 25 to 50 pert cent, below regular prices. Buy now and save money. Tell your friends, they will be glad to hear of the big values yon get at this sale. Being crowded for space Qnyaccount of this extra; place my regular stock on sale at Reduced Prices. PICK THESE SNAPS UP! A walk through the store will reveal many other good values not mentioned here. DIAMOND NECKLET. One only. -tlA CA Regular 00 Sale price DIAJWOND NECKLET. One only. AA Regular 00. Sale price LADIES' AND GENTS' GOLD ff WATCHES Reg. Sale J.I if MAJMTEL CLOCKS. Regular OP and Cut MANTEL CLOCKS. Regular 13.00 AA and JlflDO Cut FOUR PIECE SILVER TEA SET In One onls to INORAM REPEATING ALARM tfl 4C CLOCKS Cut to; It'll) 26 p'lECE. ROGERS' CABINET, Of One only- Value Sate price SILVER CABINET, pno only. CA Cut Study These Prices: SILVER CABINET. One only. ttO CA fTOOO. Cut to CUT OLASS BOWLS. Regular Of Sale price................... Cut GLASS BOWLS. Regular ?5.00. AA Sale CUT OLASS BOWLS. Pale price CUT WATER SETS. Seven AA piece Golnr at and HOWARD 23 JEWEL WATCH. One only. 16 Sfte, open face, Regular (CO flA Sale price.................. 17 JEWEL WEBB C. BALL. One only. Size' Open face in solid gold case. (JO CA Rewfcr Sale PLATINUM NECKLET. vith 21 diamonds. One only Rcmilar AA Sale ,VU ONE CLUSTER. Set wiih 7 diamonds. One daly Regular AA Sale Prjce. SINGLE STONC DIAMOND RING fit, One Regular Sale THREE STONE DIAMOND RING. One ofclj'. -Regular Sale.... 9. RING, sapphire and u-o diamonds Reg One only (fifi HA sale price GOLD PILLED WATCHES. Indies' Of- and Reg. J16.00......... COLO FILLED WATCHES. Ladles' 1 QC and Gents' Regular THR16 fTONE DIAMOND RING AA One only. Regular ale fJO.VV ONYX RING. One only. Set with IKirl and two dianioude. t9B 7C Sale........... d 'TISye Specialist in charge of Optical We Do Our Own Grinding. R. A. WRIGHT The Cfty's Leading Jeweler. .LETHBKIDGE Ifwuer of Marriage Licenses. Established 1808. AtfflERTA. Score 4S 46 42 45 46 41 Year. Winner 0 Livingstone C Livingstone A B Staftord H. Muir If. McDonnell The handicap- and other smaller events have not been arranged as yet will be shortly when announce- toe 'ma'de. Suitable prizes be hung up which will attract the host 8hot0 ot the province. The annual provincial tournament Be held In Edmonton this year on August ISth and 16th It is likely a auinbpr of local shots will attend. BATTERY pive have added to" the strength ot the '8th Battery during the past bringing the sworn strength to i5 The total applications received number 52.' The new men are Cluy Mi'is at Coalhurst, and A. E. Shlmman B Whitlocl. H. I. Mc- Phes and John Null ot Calgary. The bandoliers for the units equipment have arrived It is undcistood the the camp will he here within 10 when the battery ill go into slimmer training quarters. 4 KILTIES Filbert Nut Bar Fresh plump filberts- scattered generously throughout the finest and smoothest milk. chocolate manufactured. f Sold everywhere. Made in Canada, dents of Pernie and Mr. McDonald is a Vancouver resident. A coincident of: thfj nomination' of McDonald, by the'Socialist's; ia the fact that John Harrington, now- of Van- couver, hut a one-time candidate on the Socialist ticket in this district, is the only Socialist up for nomination In Vancouvei Thus a swap' of distucta has been made bv these two men, .both of whom were defeated in former Much speculation is indulged in here as to what effsct'Jthe entering of Mc- Donald will chances of the two other candidates Opinion Two more recruits weie signed on and another man drop- ped into the ofltce this afternoon nnd will he attested before tonight: Ber- nard Benbriase baa tried three times already to sign but was turned bnca on account of his age, got' fnV yesterday' 1J his isth b.rthday He is of Epglish parentage an_d here from Lucky Strike. The other man taken on'was Harry Rejnolds, a gardener, English by birth.' He is 10 years ot age, but said liad waited long enough for the joung follows to sign and would Vafj no longer seems divided on the subject hut it will all be conjecture until the cam- paign opens up in earnest and the ad- vent oC Messrs. Brewster and Macdon- ald upon the hustings here Mr. Fisher is.billed to apeak at Vfai- do tomorrow night and is sure ot "a hearty welcome in that locality. The water pipes have been across the cable bridge, and the ttew steel pipes connected to the Creek reservoir, but a full service not yet been "established, leaks in some of the mains which to be mended before a complete ice is established ;SILVER GLOSS: "Silver has beer doing perfect starching- in Canadian homes, lor nearly 60 years. In one pound packages and six pound ijncy enamelled tins THE CANADA S1ARCH CO.'LiMlT MONTREAL Cl BHANTFCRS 10 Laundry Starch Makers iy "Cfotva Bmitd" WMtf' Corn Syrups, aid Benson's Ccni Starch. _ 235 to Herald) Ffrnle, for the provincial elections wS'.ch take place on September 14th, took place today. Ipgram Plslier, barrister, wti nqmlnand hy Ghas. D. McNab, necqnded by Ro.bert Dalhle, and Jamet McLean, Jamti Mtafd Charles F. Heicott. .Thomas miner, was nomin- ated -DT Sherwood Horcumer, and R. Dudley, Ira Haydock and others. John Anios'JJcDonald, was nominal- by J. B Smith, A. Sale of Custom-made i Clothes for one We have about fifty-five Suit Lengths left i over, regular price to For one week -t we will sacrifice these at per suit, to make j room for our Fajll sfock. are made jn our own workshop expert tailors, so hurry if you want a high- class suit nt a bjg reduction. t' F.THAELL NEXT P STORE Jrd ;