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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta f AGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 19lS QUAKER BREAD Just as good and more eco- nomical than home made bread in the hot weather. ALWAYS THE SAME CRISP-FLAKY-WHOLESOME GILMORE The Baker Phones 378 and 1027 L. C. Teeple YOUR GROCER B C, per 51.25 B. C. will not last long we are told. The quality is fine and our price is 4 basket crates Peach 20 pounds PEACH PLUMS, .case of 4 baskets BLUE PLUMS per basket PEACHES, B. C. per case ORANGES, large sizes, per dozen 40c and CELERY; B. C.; Per pound TOMATOES, fancy hot- house; per pound fcUw POTATOES; 20 pounds for..... CORN FLAKES 3 for SHREDDED WHEAT 2 for PUFFED WHEAT 2 for .GRAPE NUTS Per package 5i 10c 20c 25e 25c 15c CREAM OF WHEAT Per package OLIVES; stuffed or plain; 15c to GRAPE JUICE lOc, 15c, 25c, 4ac and LIME JUICE 45c and RASPBERRY VI.VE- GAR; per .bottle HEINZ PICKLES 20 ounce bottle RED CROSS PICKLES 20 ounce, sour RED CROSS PICKLES 20 ounce, sweet..... VINEGAR; White Wine or 'Malt, iper gallon.. SUNLIGHT SOAP tV bars for 3 packages for...... PEARLINE Per package 2 IS' 1 SHOE POLISH 3 for............... BLACK KNIGHT STOVE POLISH----- 20c 75c 35c 35c 25c 30c 60c 50c 25c lOc 1 MM PHONE 515 Dominion Block 4th Avenue, South LOTDGEJM CONTINUED FROM FRONTPAGE next held out for tho remainder of the same, and certainly stood some haracrliiB. Although both 1'crcy Mor- ris and Dubby Hopkins Inul speed to burn, it never caught fire, and both were hit hard and often. In (act, it was :i butter's battle. The worst windjammers in -the field proved to be the two fuiiUiins. They kept it un continuously during the whole game. They baWiod out each other, the .umpire, and every oth- er individual in range. Gus bus a line of coaching talk that got everybody's coal, while Billy found that he could get the umpire to say just what he wanted (sometimes) by suggesting at the psycholoaical moment, the de- Alston. When Gv.s was coaching a man around tho bnses he- ran along- side of him to shoo away the ball. When Billy saw one of his opponents mealing to second, he would induce him to'go back to Ilrst by persuading him that it was a foul ball. Both cap- tains claimed they had his umps doc- C. B. BOWMAN Treasurer, Old-Timers' Association Old-timers' Colp- torcd "a'nd'diil'not Iniud'Txposins the j man's team. Ed. Higinbolham's team, craft' in public. Ed. Higinootham The races for the kiddies were '.ots played a snappy same at shortstop, and K D. Johnston on third snapped everything. .Andrew Neidig. lay of fun for both the competitors and i the others. Frank Colpman, with a: up five-cent gazoo for a was de- ,n- "fo'r'his "brother was. by cldedly "there" as a starter. The the wav a put up was the star kiddies were all the children of old. of the'day, his favorite play being1" j getting Ed. Higinbotham 16 stea ar i kiddies were all the children 01 clu- ng timers, and in the course of n Tew j years they will be old-timers lhem-i se'ives. B.ut the scream of the evening was men's sackrace. The sacks. the Third. "Shorty" Adams proved no slouch at base-running The only trouble with "Shorty" is that once IIP -els he cannot stop In time which were provided, were f.OO-poulld o hit the base as some one said like wool sacks.. And then there was only car room for one In some of them. The] Sne of the most sensational feat- winner, Harry Fleetwood. simply; ures of the dav was the slidina home I walked away from the others, like a of HKIv Linib' It was not only sen- woman in a hobble skirt. That's! National it was painful, if one can what comes of bavins small reel. Most judse from the agonized look on the face of the sufferer as he gradually came to. after doing the "Ty Cobb" stuut backside foremost. Indeed, it; n. m was foremost that H ploughed up got an easy second. half an acre of river bottom. The! The tug-of-war was most thrilling., "Oddest features of the home-coming i The captains, Frank Colpman and fcd. o' wa< that he was out-yards j Hisiubotham. picked their teams oi 'V out. "ine from There wa comes o avns sm of the others tried the bopping stunt j y with more or less success. Gus Neidig seemed to have more clastic- itjity in his bones than the others and Many Genuine Surprises In unprecedented low pnces.are announced for, this week-ciid selling iii (lie yellow 'circular delivered at your door today. Read it Carefully, and Come Early For Best Choice CLARKE'S 6th Annual Anniversary Sale Beats All Records Tomorrow look for the biggest day of the sale tomorrow nre piled hiu'li with special bargains which have iiouiieed. arid prices arc certainly low enough to tions. Everything throughout the store marked -tab csnml counters not be ore been an- wan-ant our expecta- down.! were other features of the the ranks of the men of heftymen weretty CROOKS VISITS FRONT Labor Leader Says Canadians Are Him London, Aug. Crooks, the Labor member of for Woolwich and ex-Mayor of Poplar, among whose huiobie streets be still resides, and is known to every- litt'ie iboy who rune the glitters, has just re- turned from visiting the troops at the; front. He says the men are as keen on the game as twelve months ago. He-visited ehe Canadians, where he wet many with whom be became ac- quainted when in the Dominion a few years ago. Speaking of the Canadian soldiers, .he says he found-them a lit- .tie [shy towards him. do he said once in ad- dressing'them, "that .you. men would, make a-pal of am neither a king nor a and an M.P. is no- body. J am only, a little lower than the Tommies." Women Look Well When they escape the sallow skin, the black- heads, facial blemishes due to indigestion or bilious- ness. At times, all 'women need help to rid the system of poisons, and the safest, surest, moat convenient and most economical help they find in This famous family remedy has an excellent tonic effect upon the entire system. It quickly relieves the ailments caused by defective or irregular action of the organs of digestion, headache, backache, low spirits, extreme nervousness. Purifying the blood, Beechwn's Pilto improve and Clear The Complexion SO-ll-l. 1 Ue lleltv lueit itcic JIICLLJ well divided but in-the end Frank's! nine pulled the rope away from their j ing an active part m even now tak- nine pulled the rope away from their: ing an active pa i I opponents, and lauded iu a heap, after our children and gran ic lll.dre it he _____... ,___ mlntilnc. I hnnrlc (if fpllOWElllI) fllKl G "111 UC struggle of nearly two jciiai'.ie Bowman refereed up utter our