Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
FRIDAY. AUGUST 25, 10lfi THE LRTHBnm'GK DAILY HEIUU) PAGE FIVE Going to the Pure Food Markets THE FINEST IN THE CITY BI T T T1 17 O U 1 1H.IV Shamrock Creamery, 2 Ibs. for Empress Creamery, lib. Bonniebrook Dairy, 1 Ib. Burns' Tomato Sausage, per Ib. SPECIAL l I Milk Fed Lamb, Spring Veal, Turkeys, Spring Chickens, Fancy Fowl I diiNS CO., LTD. Main Avenue South. Phones 412 and 1388 Dominion 4th Avc. and (Jtli 8t. S. Plionc 1654 Palace Street North Phone 431 SPECIAL Picnic Hams, Cottage Rolls, Peameaied Bacon, Ayrshire Bacon, Dominion Backs All Canadian Approved Products FOR THE WEEK END MRS. LEON1A COOK, of New York, WILL BE WITH US SATUR- DAY DEMONSTRATING THE FAMOUS DURKEE'S SALAD DRESSING CALL AND LEARN THE, MANY WAYS OF USING DURKEE'S SALAD DRESS- ING AND. BE'SERVED TO A DISH OF SALAD. lOc 25c 25c 25c 20c 50c 15c 20c 25c -CUCUMBERS Each .CAULIFLOWER Large heads, two for.. GREEN BEANS. 3 Ibs. for GREEN PEAS i) Ibs. for........... PEARS. Fine eating. for.......... CANTALOUPE. 15c and ORANGES 35c, 40c, and TOMATOES. Hot House. per pound..... TOMATOES. Fancy Hot 111 pounds for NEW POTATOES 1.1 pounds for APPLES. (JO OC Large 50 Ib. crates. APPLES. 4 pounds for CORN ON COS. per dm....... LETTUCE, RADISHES, GREEK ONIONS, NEW CARROTS, NEW BEETS Al lowest market prices CELERY. Fancy 13. C. Celery LIMBERGER CHEtSE per brick............ MCLAREN'S IMPERIAL CHEESE, per Jar ONTARIO CHEESE per Ib............. SALT. Jlegal Free Run- ning. 2 cartons _ PURE OLIVE OIL. La Perle Finest French ftC- 260, 45c and -OiJV OLIVES, luc, 20e CC and................. MARMALADE. Wethey's Pure Orange, -1 Ib. pail JELLY POWDEHS. fi packages for TEA. Kerr's Special.nt AC- the old price........ 25c 20c 15c 55c 15c 25c 35c 30c lOc 70c lOc 35c 35c 25c 25c TEA CA- Dcckajulia........... DUC TEA, Tetley'a Golden Tip, Riclgeway's 5 o'clock, per U.UC IDEAL BLEND Fresh ground or A A Bean. 3 Ibs. for q PEEL. Mixed. Special per !b............. PAISLEY FLOUR .Special.............. FRENCH BUSTARD. With spoon BROOMS. String. Regular Ope. Special GROUND RICE. per package......... CREAMETTES 2 packages for RICH FRUIT'CAKE per PEANUT BUTTER. ''Squirrel brand, per tin JELLQ. All t flavors. CRISCO. 35c and RED CROSS RASPBERRY VIN- EGAR. Large bottles. on JJC SWEET GHERKINS Oft- per pint "vC PICKLES. In bulk. Heinz Sweet Mixed, Mustard and Sweet Gorkins, ,per pint............. CATSUP. Snide.r's and OA- Heinz, per bottle TOMATO CATSUP, Delhi, new process. per FLY PAPER, Tanglefoot 4 double sheets for.. LIBBY'S VIENNA SAUS- AGE, per tin....... DURKEE'S SALAD DRESSING CUSTARD POWDER 2 tins HONEYSPRED. A dainty whole- some food. Per i 3 ox. package ,i..---- HONEY.. Airline brand. per jar, loc, 25c and.. COCOA. Van Houten's, Bendprp's, per tin BROWN VINEGAR per f .ROMAN; "'per MONSERRAT LIME JUICE, pint MONSERRAT LJME 'JUICE, quart Rqbii Hood, 2 .cartons .for Special Biirtlett Pears 40 Ib. CASE lOc 15c 45c 25c 35c 30c ZOc 25c 45c 9Qc '45c INSTANT-'POS.TUM 30c and GEORGE WASHINGTON COF- FEE, 45c. 75c 1 A and tpl.lv SUNLIGHT or LIFEBUOY SOAP 11 bars far PELS NAPTHA SOAR per carton ROYAL CROWN and GOLDEN WEST AC-- 2 pkgs. for GOLD SOAP, o large OC- cakes for........... WHITE NAPTHA SOAP 10 cakes for TOILET SOAP S cakes for PALM OLIVE SOAP 2 for WITCH HAZEL'SOAP 2 boxes HERRINGS, in Tomato sauce, 2 tins for RED SALMON. per tin.......... WHITE BAIT, a New Zealand table delicacy. per tin.............. GRATED PARMASAN CHEESE, per bottle SOUP, Snider's Tomato large tins, eacii NEW SEASON'S LOBS- TER. ZOc and ROBERTSON'S WILD BRAM- BLE JELLY, per jar SWEET MIXED and ONION PICKLES. per jar PEANUT BUTTER, brand. Absolutely pure, 1 Ib. tin ROAST PORK, per pound BOILED HAM, per pound Swift's Premium Hams and Bacon, always dependable, care- fully selected, Hickory smoked and uniform cure. Hams, Ort medium, per Ib. PREMIUM HAMS, boned ov sliced, per pound BACON, per pound tJfC BACON, .machine sliced, por Ib. 25c 25c 45c 25c 20c Zealand 70c 2Qc 15c 35c BRAM- 30c SWEET 20c Squirrel 40c Prompt Delivery to All Parts of the City Geo. Kerr Co. Plume' aiul 1365. f 313 oth -Streol Tciis aiul Coffees (Grocers and Provision Merchants (Special" the Warner, Aug. Egan, who has been in Miiiiiesota and eastern points on a long holiday, returned to Warner on Saturday. He was accom- panied by J. G. Dill, who formerly had considerable elevator interests in this district, vrlio is up here to see the crops, about which he has heard so much; L. F. Sution, of Clinton, Iowa, is. here looking., over his land hold- ings, and expects to place some "of his land under cultivation. A number of parties of land seekers are expected to visit this district this fall with a view of locating here. Numbers of young men arc here Jrpm'the Dakotas and "Minnesota to hfilp in the harvest fields and inci- dentally to look for locations for set- tlement, as the crops where they came from, left si good doal to be desired, and the crops here look good to them. x ONEFOUR NEWS (From Our Own Correspondent) Onefour, Aug- F. F. Chis- Imlm leaves today to take charge of the' hotel at Govenlock. Many hay meadows are too wet to mow at present and haymaking will j be late. A heavy storm of rain and hail struck us fast evening. O. D. Green and I Gus Flora report total'loss of crop and gardens. Others have not yet been heard from but the probability is that Mrs. M. A- Wetherelt's crop was In the path of the heil, J, W. of Irvine, census en- umerator, was Iiere last week writing ns up. Mr. Jones has a district of -12 townships in the southeast corner of the province to cover and has been on the road since June 14th. He es- timates the increase in population of this district al 120 per cent during the past five years. TWO FIFTEEN NEWS (From Our Own Correspondent) Two Fifteen, Aug. there have been several cool nights, no evidence of frost, is to be seen and the time is near at band when the spring wheat will be out of danger. Al! crops in this district are excellent Mrs. George, Eber who underwent an ooeration at the. Sweet Grass, Mon- hospital last Wednesday, for a complication of diseases; is reported to he in a very aeripus condition al this writing. Jerry-Lewis, who. has been here at tending to his farming- interests, stori- ed back to Iowa last Tuesday. 15n route he will spend a fc'V days wltli his daughter. Edna, at Devon, Mont The "Wide Awake" Women's In- stitute, entertained the Milk Rivet Women's Institute Wednesday after noon at the 2-15 school bouse. An interesting program was rendered, am} the address give by Rev. Faichney which was along the line of good clt J Ixonshin, was highly appreciated thpsp present. Mr. Wm. Snapp of Kansas, who nan been visiting relatives here, returned to Montana Friday.- A chicken supper, was given by Dotliel Ladies' Aid nt the home ot1 1 Mr, and Mrs. Pnul Madge, Saturday evening. An excellent supper wta ser- ved, the proceeds from, whlcfc will fio to Red Cross Copenhagen, Aug. Lands- thing in committee this afternoon adopted 39 to 7 a resolution that if the sale of the Danish West Indies cannot be postponed until after the war the question shall be settled by .general elections. Three members retrained from voting and 13 were absent. This resolution will b'e submitted formally to the Landsthing tomorrow at an open meeting. King Christian received the leaders of the various parties today and thank- ed them for their efforts to form a coalition cabinet although he said he regretted.they had been unable to do so. The vote was taken in committee by the Lands tiling, the upper house of !.he Danish parliament. The treaty was rejected by 39 votes. Although the .lower house of the Danish parliament approved the pro- ject for sale of the islands to the Un- ited States for the action of the Landstbing in rejecting it was expected generally in Denmark. The vote, however, does not necessarily mean the final defeat of the project, as other questions a political nature are involved. Negotiations for the for- mation of a coalition cabinet were fil- ed Wednesday and general elections are to be held, after which the treaty with the United States will be brought up again. AT PICTURE BIM (From Our own CorreapontlenL) Picture Butte, Aug.' commenced in the Picture Butte dist- rict on Wednesday, 15th, 0. F. Hobbs cutting one of the finest crops of barley ever grown in this district- In his garden, which is exceptionally fine, be has corn standing G feet 4 Indies high. E. H. Warren is also starting to cut his wheat. All the ops in tills district are looking tine, no damage of any kind being exper- ienced yet. The Picture Butte Threshing Co. are busy these days getting their outfit ready for the work of this season. That Major David R. Sandiman of the 5th Battalion, and one of the best known ranchers in the west, was un- doubtedly blown to atoms by a high- explosive shell, is the information that Lieut. D. W. H. Tozer of Alii brought to Calgary. KELLY DEFIES COURT Winnipeg, Aug. 23. Defying tie court and refusing to change his atti- tude when the crown called for pun- ishment, Thoa. Kelly, the convicted pariament building contractor, 'stood in the bui late this afternoon and refused to produce certain docu- ments required in the trial of the ex- ministers. With the jail ly marking his strong face 'and ,-Kts white hair unkempt, the' millionaire Irishman stood erect and repeated his refusal, when Mr. Justice Prendergast- called upon him to requir- ed evidence. It was a dramatic scene and Kelly talked in spite of the crown counsel protests. "After this case gets out of the atmosphere politics which now surround it I will produce the pa- pers required, my lord, and I do.net desire to express any, discourtesy to you in my resolutely ex- claimed the convicted man as ho wait- ed whatever sentence the court would impose. Since he is already the occupant of a cell in the provincial jai! he seemed safe from any immediate penalty for; contempt other than a fine. The judge allowed 'Kelly's lawyer and .crown counsel to confer in the matter fur- ther. "Good, isn't It, "Yes, Sonny, Poslum is good, and much better for you than tea or YCMi'll know why, sometime. In fact, children should never drink tea or iind most grown-ups would be better off without either, "In tea and coffee there's a drug that is harmful, especially for children, and il often causes troublesome conditions in older folks. POSTUM is fine for both children and grown-ups. II is made from good wheat, roasted with a little wholesome, to hurt anyone There's a delightful flavor in pure food-drink for those who want to be healthy and happy. "There's a Reason" Canadian Postuui Cereal Co., Ltd., Windsor, Ont.