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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, AUC.UST 25, 191 fi HERALD PAGE SEVEN SUCCESS OF i NEW REHEDV FOR KlDNEiS, taMATISM. Dear Mr. for years with baclcnclio. Last March I tried w Anuric" and Imvo used this now kid- ney medicine recently discovered by Dr. Pierce, nnd it was wonderful Hie wav It eased the pain and gave mo relief in such a short time. I IHIVO tried several medicines, but 'JAnuric" IB tho only one that gave satisfaction.. I -feel it my duty to' recommend Anuric TableU to any oue who suffers as-I did. ('Signed) MRS.MARGARET E. BSIDEB. f NOTE: I'olUs in .town and adjoining counties are delighted with the results BmiaioAL INSTITUTE, in Buffalo, K. Y. Thoee who started tho day with a back- ache, stiff lega, arms and muscles, aud an aching head (worn out before the day began because they were in and out of bed half a dozen timc-s at night) are appreciating the perfect- rest, comfort nnd new strength they obtained from Dr. Pierce'a Anuric Tablets. To prove that this is ft certain nrie ackl solvent 1 OA '1 10 Siturday Arfothcr Line ot Good Quality. Middies In white Mso with coloied collar and cuffs. Regular, S1.50. no for 30L Up to 25 cents. Saturday Special for 25c Royal Worcester Corsets In front and back laced styles. Regular to Special, -200 Leather Hand Best metal frames. Mercerized linings in colors Mirror, OQ change purse and vanity case: Sale Saturday Only, each 200 Yds. Black and White Checked Dress Goods lust opened up. 52 inches wide. Splendid duality for ladies and nn children's wear. Your opportunity Saturday. Priced at, yard J7VC "Quality" Groceries for Saturday at Special Prices ci A j-i A nnui cnn TEA. RED ROSE FLOUR H B. CO.'S SEAL OF QUALITY It) Hack Ib Hack FLOUR FIVE ROSES 24 Ib Sack 19 It> Sack H> Sack SODA CRACKERS. Royal Creams per tin CARAMEL PANCAKE SYRUP. Quart tins PEANUT BUTTER. 1 Ib. tins Weston's 29c OQ 6.FC ROLLED OATS 8 Ib. sack ROLLED OATS 20 lb..sack PUFFED WHEAT 2 packages PUFFED RICE per package SHREDDED WHEAT 2 packages GRAPE NUTS per package JELLO. Assorted flavors. per package 35c 79c 25c 14c 23c I4c lOc RED CROSS MIXED PICKLES. Quart Sealers Jill. HOLBROOK'S ENGLISH PICK- LES. Special Oft- per bottle SUNLIGHT SOAP 11 bars GOLD or IVORY SOAP PA 11 bars LUX. 3 packages OLD DUTCH CLEANSER ,3 tins WELCOME SOAP POW- DER. 2 pkgs. ROYAL CROWN SOAP Mf 2 QOLDEN WEST POW-' If DER. 2 pkgs......... CREAMETTES! 2 packages MOTHER'S MACARONI, EGG NOODLES AND VER- MICELLI, 2 pkgs... SODA CRACKERS. S lb. cartons..... JAM. Stuart'i Raspberry, Cherry... Plum, Peach and Black Cur- rant. ..4 lb pails ORANGE MARMALADE. fiQ Wethey's, 4 lb. pail V iM. BACON PEAMEALED BACKS per lb............... Sliced TEA. RED ROSE 3 Ib. tins MALT VINEGAR OT Quart Sealers RASPiERRY VINEGAR Pint bottles......( SALMON. Finest B C. Red. Large tins ..s GRAVENSTE1N APPLES Per Box if 25c BACON COTTAGE ROLLS. 3 to 6 Ibs., per lb. ROAST HAM Sliced, per lb..... CRISCO Per tin, 35c and SUGAR. Finest B, C. 20 lb. sack TOMATOES. Heavy pack Afk No. 3 tins. 3 tins 24c 40c 70c APRICOTS. For pre- QJf serving. Per crate PLUMS or PEACHES Per crate BLUEBERRIES II) lb. boxes APPLES. Good cooking. 5 Iba............ GRAPES. Per BAKANASi Special per dozen 25c 20c PEARS. Bartlett's. per dozen 40c HUDSON'S BAY CO. Detroit, Mich- Aug. revelations, that may lead lo the solu- tion of the baffling mystery' of tho great explosion at Black Tom island In New YfTk harbor, about a mouth ago, by 'which millions of 'dollars' worth of nhled munition? were des- tr6yed, arc probable; as" the result of the an cat of a workman at the Can' adlun uridge Walker- Tire man IsVTisiiene'il'of being a tool In a widespread and clever Dlot to blow up allied munitions all over the United States and Canada, by a most ngenious arrangement Before the nose and can of the great shells manufactured for the allies are fitted, n solution of varnish; Is run through the centre bore, thus' nalntjng tlie inside of the projectile. It is clainj- cd by 'those responsible for the arrest of the workma'n that he was employ- ed to introduce into the varnish a chemical solution designed to cause a premature' explosion after a limited period, .'it was such a Solution. .It la: now. Introduced into some of the shells at Black Tom Island that, caused the great catastro- phe tint almost blow off tho lower tip of Manktttu BROTHER OF FAMOUS CANADIAN POET KILLED IN ACTION Albert N P Service, who left ov.roono the Clitb Battalion nnd wis later transferred to the 52nd Battalion a Calgarj unit, was. killed in action-August. 18, according .to a telegram .received today by Ills rnoth- Bdmonto'n.' .Only years of age, de- ceased was employed as teller in tho Edmonton branch of the Bank ot.Npva Scotia before enlisting. Another bro- ther, R. W. famous for his poems and novels of the Yukon, is serving with the Motor Ambulance Corps, while Alexander and Joseph Service are employed in plants, PATRIOTIC FLOUR GOES FOR- WARD FROM MOOSE JAW The shipment ot 41 cars contain- ing sacks of flour ground from. wheat contributed by the farmers of Saskatchewan marks the ftrjal stage in a very practical piece of patriotism The wheat from which this ground was produced unoei the Pat- riotic Acre" scheme by which the far- mers of. Saskatchewan undertook to contribute one acre or more of wheat for patriotic' purposes It is a very substantial indication of the patriot- ism of the farmers of Saskatchewan, and no more appropriate gift could go forward from the gremt wheat producing province thin this solid trainload of flour The shipment was made August 10, from Moose .Taw where the wheat hnd been ground by the Robin Hood. Mills. The milling company ed the grinding and tile CtnadjM Pacific which handled shipment moved It transit" rate fromTOooie'Jaw'toiiPort William, and from Fort W Montreal at half ;