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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta m-nSDAY, AUGUST THE LI'VnihniDGK DAILY HERALD PAGE FIV15 iifirir rin iwncuLARrt WHY DO Ps TO DEAL WITH US Because Our Prices are Right and Our Goods are of the Best Quality Cardstpn Butter, 2 for 65c Blue Ribbon Tea, pound 40c Puffed Rice, 2 pkyi. for 25c Shredded Wheat, 2 pkfls. 25 Mince Meat, 2 pkgs. for 25c Holbrooks Peas, 2 pkgs. for 25c Pea's, per tin 10c Empress Brand Pure Straw- berry Jam, per 4 Ib. tin BQc HAMS: Swift's Empire, whole, per Ib............ 25c BACON: Whole per Ib.. 27c Khovah Lemonade, large tins, each 25c SPECIAL! SPECIAL! B. A-i QT Per 20 Ib. sack BANANAS Dozen tjC NEW POTATOES Or 10 pounds........... CUCUMBERS Each ORANGES I'.r.c anil APPLES 'I pounds Cor lOc 40c Spearmint Gum, 7 pkgs. for 25c Table Oil Cloth, per yd... 30c Blue Berries, 2 tins 25c Lombard Plums, 2 tins___ 25c Hygeian large tins each 20c Clark's Pork and Beans, 1 Ib. tin, 3 for 25c Red Cross Pickles, Sweet, Sour or Crow Chow, qt. sealers, each 40c Native Wine, qt. bottles, ea. 35c Eggs, per cozen 30c TEN PER CENT. DISCOUNT ON ALL PRINTS, GINGHAMS AND EMBROIDERIES. North Trading Co. PHONE.1766 230 13th STREET N. ONE DOOR NORTH OF No. 2 FIRE HALL. J. Qrick of Youngstown, Alfa., shot nd wounded rabbit, and. striking with the butt of the shotgun, tho econd barrel, discharged, entering his )domen, causing his death. Orick as a returned veteran of Hie P.P.O. L.I., enlititiiiK at Calvary at tho out- break of the war. He .was through the heavy fighting; in Flanders, ing without injury and was returned unril. for duty, after an attack of fever. Me leaves a wife and two children. When Buying a New Ford Car at the New- ly Reduced Price REMEMBER All Ford Parts Can be Secured Right at Home at Ford Gar- age in Lethbridge The Ford Garage 1232 3rd Avenue South. Phone 633. Mr. Gordon Patterson is spending a week in the mountains. Mr. J. II. Tailing is leaving tonight for WinnipuK. .Mr. II. T. Hi-ymner has returned from a vacation spent at Pacific coast cities. j Win. Crawford, H. A., tlie new science teacher lit the: High school, I lias arrived in the city from Lacombe. Miss Dorothy Ma ITS left today for J Calgary lo attend normal school, which opKiiH on August 'Jlst. Mr. A. .1. Blackburn is leaving to- j morrow morning on a trij> to lliu coast via the Kootenay lakes. Airs. Smith's section ol the Kebe'li- ahs will meet with Mrs. Rosaino, iMC 13th street north, umifiht at eight o'clock. The Daughters of the Umpire will be in charge of the tea room at the Hudson's Buy afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Leo am leaving the end of tlie week for the const and California, they expect to be away a month. Mrs. J. Jones of High River with her little son Duncan, is visiting at Hie home ol" her parents, Mayor and Mrs. W. D. L. Manila. St. Mary's A. are holding their I social tonight in the parish hall in- 'stead of on the lawn of Mrs. Mock- ford, ns previously announced. v Mrs. Rose, Mr. Fred Rose, .Miss Hazel! and Miss Xullie Maxell loft this morninc by motor for EIko, [J. C., where they have taken a cottage for a few weeks. Mr. .las. Davidson, of Claresholin, 'tlio new principal of tlie Central school, with his wife and family arrived in the city and are living on Sixth Avenue A. South. Mrs. .1. R. Palmer and little daugh- ter, who have heen spending the sum- mer in Calgary, arc staying with In- spnctor and Mrs. Chaney at the liar- racks. Dr. C. C. Cragg, who has been on thft medical staff of the Alexandra hospital at CoKham, England, and had medical charge of the garrison there, returned with his family Lcthbridge yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Mitford, who have lived at his resi- dence on nth avenue during his ab- sence, moved into their new home, No. 2 last evening. Mr. n, K. Francis, former member of the Merchants' Bank in the cit> is now n lieutenant in lliu HOtli N'ui thuniberland Fusiliers. The annual IvHStcru Star picnic a Kilties' point, Mendci-soii Park, TiieBday evening, WHS a decided s cess. The long picnic wits ecu torod by a large birthday cake decor atetl with the star of the order am five candles, as it was the fifth tin niversary of tlie -formation of UIL Maple Chapter. After supper huge bonfire watt lighted, aruimt which games were played ;ijnt song sung until a late hour. The spacious grounds sit the R. N Harrauks with tho shady tree and lovely flower beds was ihu seem yesterday of a Red Cross In tin afternoon an American tennis toiirmi intuit under Mr. M. S. di rcction was held, when tho wijnu-ri were Mr. Stockfonl ami .Mr. Chaney first, followed- closu.y by Alt Swayne and Miss Aird find with M MeArthiir and (Mock golf wasi the attraction for uolf devo tees and at this ganu- Mrs. Mrintyn of Lindsay, Out., niui SITRI. Jlajo [fume, 25th battery, tlie winners Small tables were arranged unde the trees and here was served hj Mrs. J. N. Ritchie, Mrs. C. T. Wnocb Mrs. Mind, Mrs. Connor. Mrs. Moi Kim, Mrs, Hammond, Miss Lund ant Miss Penuefather. In tlie evening crowds of jieojjlf wero present to discover just, what tin talked of "Cake Walk" W.LS. hut unt'nr innately the proper music 'lid not ma terialize and the affair could not carried out as planned. However, ev one had a chance of wfnnin cake and no one seemed to be disap pointed. Tho mess room. decorated with flags and bunting, was thronged with dancers, after tlie cak walk was over. The musk- was sup pliod by different volunteers during the evening and was of a high qua! ity. It is believed that ?10D will he th> profil from yesterday's undertaking and this will be used by the Red Cross to carry on their good work. It was a matter of great re gret to the Red Cross Society thai through a misunderstanding the; music failed to materialize last evening. Tht. Society wishes to thank all who so j kindly made the cakes and those who worked so faithfully last evening, also to especially thank the men at the barracks. Frequently the Red Ci calls upon the Mounted Police for as instance and they always respond mosl graciously. At the home of the bride's mother, 613 15th street south, the marriage took place yesterday afternoon oi [Miss Mary Stephen .Johnston and Mr, honest E. Butler, of Lethbridge. The bride's sister, Miss Jessie D. John- ston, was the bridesmaid and the groom was attended by his brother Mr. Charles B. Butler. Miss .lean Johnston played the wedding march. H. Denoun performed the ceremony in the presence of the im- mediate relatives and friends. Direct- ly after the ceremony .Mr. and Mrs. Butler. left for Edmonton, where a short honeymoon will bn spent. The New. Commercial Cafe We.. nrc moving one cloor-iiorth into. larger quarters and Will Soon Be Open IN THIS NEW STAND WHERE A THOROUGHLY UP-TO-DATE RESTAURANT WILL BE CONDUCTED. BOOTHS FOR LADIES WILL BE INSTALLED. Meals......25candup 208 5th Street South Next Lethbridge Hotel FOR PRISONERS OF WAR Parcels will be packed to- morrow by the Prisoners-of- War Fund committee of the I. O. n. B. Articles required for this shipment are. tea, in quarter pound packages prefer- red, curry powder, tinned meat, DOESWLI1TLE Cigarettes and cocoa, quarter pound tias. To be sent to 419 8th Street S. t BREAD CHEAPEST FOOD KNOWN Some Fields Hit North-east of Damaged Near Carmangay Costs Less Than Nourish- ing There is more food value 'per pound in good bread than in meat. Bread is a greater energizer, has less waste, is a better food for hard workers and; costs from one-fifth to one-tenth less. This is, of course, providing the bread is made from flour which Is clean and pure beyond the shadow- of a doubt. For no bread can be better than the flour it is made from, Infer- ior flour, no matter how cheap, is ruin-; ous economy. Grocers like to sell Ogilvie's Royal Household Flour for the reason that it is so clean and pure and bakes big, delicious loaves of full food value. H is flour that makes the" experienced housewife a satisfied roit isetu en t. THE WHITE LUNCH CAFE Newly-renovated and Enlarged In onloi1 to acromodi.te our number of AVC have enlarged our quarters and added A Dining Room The Best and Cheapest Place to Eat in the City Now tHE WHITE LUNCH CAFE FIFTH STREET Lethhridge district had its first touch of hail yesterday but the dam- i age 'done was very slight according to all available reports. The storm started northeast of N'anton, swing- -j ing east across the Carmangay iine j between Ensign and Brant, where about 1000 acres were damaged about 15 to 30'per'cent. Moving slowly southeast the storm reached Kipp, doing little damage along the way. At Kipp a few fields were damaged slightly. Crossing the river here it swung north between Lethbridge and the river doing some damage to fields in tjie irrigation district northeast of the city.' From there it moved to the Cameron ranch snending itself be- fore it reached Chin. .The teeth of the storm had been drawn.somehow, and no wind accom- panied it, so that it did the least pos- siule damage, the hailstones falling straight, nown. Parts "of heads of the j grain were knocked off. leaving the straw aud the rest of the head stand- ing as straight as before the hail came. Messrs. McKean. W. A. Hamilton, AlcAdoo and Van among those who suffered small percentage losses north of the city. EARTHQUAKE STRIKES THREE ITALIAN CITIES London, Aug. The cities of An- cona, Pesaro and Rimini, Italy, were shaken, by an earthquake early this morning; says a Stofnny News Agency dispatch from Rome today No damage was at Anrona. but at.Pezaro and Rimini houses were rocked anil it is reported that. In Hhn- ini there has been loss of life HARVESTERS POURING IN Man., Aug. ers east continue to arrive At 11 "p'ulocU and midnight'last night, and! o'clock this morning, specials over.the .Canadian NprLhonv rattrciul nulled in Un- ion depot earning tiands from the maritime provinces. ave you lately? I "Noblsmsn" Cigars Airoadv to Iiand our models ofladies' suits for fall wear arc ex- tremely jn'otf'v and strikindly becoming. Tustefuily iniuic throughout. Displavinu1 tlie styles with i'ur Iriinnilugs iirouiul collars and are cheviots and broadcloths. Will be very popular Ih the new torpedo collnr effect and cross- belled styles In beauti- i'ul cloths i weeds and friese. A FEW OF THE NEW MODELS ARE ON' bTspLAY IN OUR WINDOWS. ,j Friday and Saturday will be the ware Stock. All high grade Davids perfect. On Sale in -Housekeeping DOUBLE BOILERS. Medium size In grey enanichvare. Reg. 7iic. Friday and -Sat. DISH PANS. Large sizes. Grey colors. Reg. 95c. Friday and Saturday, eacli SIX QUART TEA KETTLES, 111 grey and bine quality. Reg. vai. ji.25. Fi'i. and Sat. WHITE ENAMEL PAILS. Splendid quality 7A Reg. Friday and WASH BOWLS. In white and grey enamel- i r ware. Reg. 27c. Friday and Saturday, ea. JLDC PUDDING PANS. Small sizes. Regular ISc. -1 A Special, each XUC SAUCEPANS. In grey enamelware. Small size..Regular 35c. Sale MEDIUM SIZE. Regular -lOc. Salo 19c Clearing up Day of our Enamel- oil's Montreal Quality. Slightly im- Secdo'ri Friday and Saturday only. LARGE SIZE. Regular 55c. Sale POTATO POTS. Large size. Blue and grey colors. Reg. %c. Sale price, each LARGE SIZE TEAPOTS. In white and grey Reg. .650, 85c. Fri. and Sat. each OVAL BAKERS. In white enamelware. Reg. 35c. -Friday and Saturday, each STONE KETTLES. Large size in blue and grey colors.-Friday and Saturday, each ROUND COVERED PANS. In grey and blue.colors. Small sizes. Reg. ooc. Sale, ea. MEDIUM SIZES. Regular 70b- Sale, each LARGE SIZES Regular Sac Sale 45c Lethbridge Beer, also Soda Water in Syphons NON-INTOXICATING HigliKock Soda Plumper clown per dozen'pints Quarts, per dozen Soft .Drinks, pints, Soft Drinks, quarts, Ginger Ale, extra dry, pints, Grape Cidei. per gallon 7flc JUGS EXTftA Grocery News for Friday and Saturday COFFEE, H. B. Co.'s Mocha and Java Blend, per pound 50c. Special 3 Ibs......... COFFEE, H. B. Co.'s Special Blend, 3 Ibt. TEA H. 8. Co.'s Noted Golden Tip, 1 Ib tins 60c .TEA) H.B. Co.'i Special Blend, 3 Ibi. TEA, Red'Rose, 3 Ib. TEA, we have the following Ribbon, Salada and H.B. Co.'s at per pound......................... 45c SHREDDED WHEAT, two packets...... 25c ,PUFFED WHEAT, two packets 25c PUFFED RICE, two packets............. ?9c COOKED HAM. Roast Ham with dressing and Corned Benf. Sliced, per Ib........ 40c CREAMETTES, the new Macaroni, 25c. GOLD DUST, Sopade or Pearl.ine, large pkts. two for...................... 45c ROYAL CROWN SOAP, two cartons! 45c GOLDEN WEST or Welcome Washing Pow der, two packets 45c SACON, finest Peamealed Backs, sliced Ib. 30c By the Whole or Half 27c LARD, Swift's Silver Leaf, 3 Ib. ilns 55c, S'lb: 87c, 10 Ibs SWIFT'S PREMIUM HAMS, whole orihslf per pound..............-----. 27c CARO8TON CREAMERY BUTTER. 2 Ibs. 65c FISH PASTES, Lobster or Anchovy, per jar 20c SUGAR, Finest B. C. 20 Ib. sack 90 SANirLUSH per tin 25c CASTILE SOAP, reg. 36c, special per bar 29c SOAP, Sunlight, Lifebuoy, Gold'or Ivory, eleven bars for 50c FAIRY or Cattlle Soap, small size, 10 cakes. 25e. OATMEAL, fine medium or coarse, 10 Ib sack 39c BACON, Peamealed Cottage Rolls, 3 to 6 pound each, per pound 24c PEAS, 8EANS-AND CORN, 3 tins for 35c Co.'s Seal of Quality 49 Ib. 98 Ib. Saek> ..........J.........1375 Roses 24 Ib, JO 49 Ib. Sacks.........-----....... 98 Ib Sacks ROLLED OATS, Ogijvia's, 8 Ib. sack 35c PORRIDGE OATS, Robin Hood, two large cartons 45c CORN FLAKES, Krinkle, special 2 pktl. 15c CORN STARCH, special, 2 packets 15c POTATO FLOUR, 2 packets............ 29c GEM LYE three tins 27c OLD DUTCH CLEANSER, three tins 25c CORN SYRUP, 2 Ib. tins 15c, 5 Ib. tins 35c, Ten pound tins 6Se JELLY POWDERS, assorted, 4 ..29c CUSTARD POWDER, reg 15c, on sale 10c PICKLES, Crosse and Blackwell'a special per bottle S'c LOBSTER Ib tins 35c, 1 Ib tins SHRIMP, special 2 tins for ..35c JAMS, Pure Fruit with apple, 2 Ib tins 25c Four pound tins 45e FLY CATCHERS, Sanitary Brand, per doi. 29c SHREDDED COCOANUT, per Ib 27c 'BRAMBLEi'cr Blaclf Currant Jelly, Robert- soli's one pound jars 27c GRAPEFRUIT or Pineapple Marmalade. pound jars 27c iMOLASSES, 2 Ib. tint, special two for-.... 25e "HEALTH SALTS, two tins for ase Patterson's WORCESTER SAUCE, bottles for 25c SALMON, Sockeye, Ib tins, 2 for 25c SALMON, Queen Brand, per tin CHEESE, Finest Ontario, per pound 2Sc LIBBY'S DILL PICKLES, Large tins CANNED TOMATOES, 3 tins for 40c ;