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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta Ti-nc LKTiirmmcK DAILY HKRAI.B PACK FIVE Save Grocery Money This Month ,1> Convincing Values in Fine Groceries. If you are good your credit is good. Strawberries per (mart basket 20c li. C., in pint basket 15c Pineapples, will ipon be ovnr nacli 20c California 25c Plurns, Red, per Plums, Blue, per bahkel 75c Plums, per 15c Apricots, per basket.....70c Watermelons, per lh. Gc Catitetoupes, oat-h 15c 20c Oranges, per 25c, 50c Lemons, per 25c Bananas, per doit. 25c 30c, Cucumbers, each 16c and 20c Tomatoes, Hot House, per 25c Mississippi, per Ib...................... 20c Rhubarb, Ibs. for 25c New Potatoes, 4 Ibs. for 25c New Carrots, 4 Ibs. for 25c Radishes, bundles for----- 5c Green Onions, 2 bunches for 5c New Cabbage, per Ib.......7- CnniMui Goods Corn, Peas or Beans, three tillH for 35c Tomatoes, ibre.e tins for 40c Pumpkin, two tins for..... 25c Heinz Pork and Beans, 15c, 20c and 25c Van Camp's Pork and Beans small, two Tor 25c Large, two tins.........45; Veal Loaf, per tin.........20c Corn Beef, per tin 30c Lunch Tongue, per tin 30c Sriider's Tomato Soup, large tins 15c Van Camp's Soup, per tin 15c Paris-Pate, two tins 25C Potted Meats, four tins 25c Red Sockeye Salmon, large tin 25c Rud Sockeye Salmon, sin a 11 tin..................... 15c Pink Salmon, Sunflower Brand large tin, 2 for 25s Sardines, 1 tins for....... 35c Lobster In Glass 30c Premium Bacon, sliced, per 40c Empire Bacon, sliced, per Ib. 30c Back Bacon, sliced per Ib. 30c Cooked Ham, sliced, per Ib. 40c ..Roast Ham with Dressing per Ib. 40c Lard, ;i Ib. pall 60c Lard, !i Ib. pail 90c Lard, 111 lh. null Corn Flakes, throe for 25c Robin Hood or Purity Oats por package............ Grape Nuts, per package Puffed Wheat, 2 packages Puffed Rice, per package Roman Meal, per package Shredded Wheat, 2 pkgs. Cream of Wheat, per pkg. 20c Jelly Powders, assorted flavors four for Dates, per package...... C. B. Mixed Pickles C. B. White Onions Hetnr's Sweet Pickles Xelnz's India Relish Chili Sauce Dills, par tin per Oxo, 105 and Snow Mellow Cake Icing, sac tin Evaporated Loganberries, per package Evaporated per package. 25c Preserved Chinese large Jar Olives, plain or stuffed, 15c, 20e, 30c and Durkee Salad, per bottle Snider's Salad, per bottle Lime Juice Raspberry Vinegar Grape Juice, Welch's, 10c, 25c. 50c and Red Cross Sweet Pickles Red Cross Onion Pickles Red Cross Sour Pickles Red Cross, quart jar sweet 40c Red Cross, quart jar, sour 35c Red Cross Vinegar, English Malt................... 25c Red Cross Vinegar, White Wine 20c French Mustard, 10c, 15c 25c Peanut Butter, per Ib......25c Meat Paste in Glass 20c Gilt Edge Shoe Polish 25c Shoe Polish lOc Nugget Polish 10c Shoe Brushes, each ___.... 25c Sunlight Soap, 11 bars Cor 50- Gold Soap, the large bar 5c R. C. or G. W. Sosp, 2 pkgs. 45C Old Dutch, three .for 25c Royal Cleanser, three for 25c Bon Ami, cake or powder 15c Ssnt-Ffush, for closet howls, per tin...........25c 20c I5c 25c 16c 25c 25c 25c IGc 45c 45c 35 ,i. 35c 35c 25c 25c 20c 65c 40c 50c 25c 35c 35c 85c 20c 20c 20c Usual Salary JJoost Will He for Prin- cipal, No Single Man ci'. Strawberries for Preserving- will be ready this Week. We have daily .shipments direct from B. C. Growers. Leave Your Order LC.TEEPLE HIGH CLASS GROCEJK Phone 5Jo. 4TH AVENUE. .DOMINION BLOCK The public school tnaclu-s of the A'ill he gnmlcd their usual In- cruastjf; hi sftliiry on So pit1 iiber 1st. the opening of ihe lull term. Lust year tin- were not ynuilccl the I usual The men use will :imomit lo a wir for ino.-t of the teachers. This meeting nT ihe si- The resignation- ami Leave of absence who havo for activu si- Miss Diiwson lias princijialKhip of The board will a cipal for Central school in place of j .Mr. Stewart and will Ktiji no single man nt'od ion Smith has been attacl j Leaching slalT. ivns decltli 1 at a board Friday. of I'riuc.ij-.tls Ste- wtiitr :i' r.epted. inr the urhcipals, granted. been tiie for ;i priu- tliat MiM Mar- .'d the PHONE 1224 .MiHS Kiel I I'-'l! spend tint oumnmr :i SifiiiiniiiV to Cadillac, Hank. Mr. .I. Ilamly with his family in the week-end Ciilttary. Mr. and Mrs. h. Taylor left on Saturday for a trip to tin; co.ist cilfcs. .Mrs. tlc'o. Htac'iv am on Saturday to spend Banff. children left weeks at MBS Uclpiia spfiiid the sumnier Minneapolis. ;on left. Friday to with relntives hi Cranlirook, fi. C., July ion Day in C rant) rook was quietly 6b- scrvijil. A baseball game between U'ardner and the battalion team was the only feature in the line of sport. That proved, however, a fast and exciting game and lieUl Inierust of thp large croivd throughout tliu LMIUTO game. .I. H. Gray and .Miss Venia .July and August with friend: Dakota aild Ontario. .Mr. IJ. Crawford it ml child have left for their former Kansas, where Hit- children lend school, .Miss Lett ice Mem ley who iias !i spending a year with her sister, Mrs. K. DiiuiiK. ed home yask, return- ing. News of the safe arrival in Klngland of Mrs. K. Hamilton Mewhurn and i Miss Jussie Belch or has been j ed. j Mr. C. G. Qlantlr; and his daughter. Blanch, left, last lo spend a tiin.'e weeks' holiday at. Vunnineg and Stock- holm, Sask. Mrs. .T. .I on tin, uitii her daughters, Misses Eileen and Kthel. left Satur-j day for t.ho coast, where thay will spend the next two months. i Mr. and Mrs. M. P. iMcCreery and little son of Cranbrook. spent the! week-end with Mrs. .McCreery's .sis- j ter, Mrs. R. T. Brymner. I Mrs. William Scott, left Saturday afternoon for Vancouver lo spend the two sons, George and Leonard. Mr. Stanley Hue ha nan of Edimm- iit the A. Bu- i limit and sensatiunal plays were num-1 next two months, accompanied hy her erous. The game was witnessed hy about five hundred people. Beth teams were evenly matched, Wardncr being perhaps the better fielders. At Iton- a week-end visitn: the end of the eighth inning the score i ilonie of his brother. .Mr. stood In the beginning'of the j chanon. ninth Ward nor made three good plays the Cranbrook buys losing their heads. When they recovered themselves, the visiting team had run the score up I three, netting them len in all. The j home team fell down badly when they made the final effort, going down in j tin: one, two, lliree. order. E, H. Small was umpire, and while hfi re- ceived a ''mauling" from the crowd of rooters, yave satisfaction to the players. The Conservative nominating con- vention for the Crnufcrook district will be held on the evening of the 6th inst. Both factions; ol" the party are working overtime to carry the con- vention. A third name is mentioned and will likely come before the con- LteuV Graham vention, that of tt. S. Santo. Mr. Alberran Santo is an alderman of the city and a member of the police commission. Me lias been prominently id en titled with Conservative politics of late. H is said should he be favored with the nomination, he will foot al! campaign expenses. Meanwhile the merry jangle goes on. Mrs. H. Wylie and child arrived in Mrs. R. R. Jamieson of while in the city the latter part, of tin- week, was the guest., of .Mrs. A. B. Stafford. .Mr. and Mrs. H. JI. Bruce left this afternoon for Edmonton. Mr. Brncp is on the board of examiners for the de- partmental examinations. Mrs. W. R, Braithwaite is spending ihe week in Calgary with her hus- band, Sergeant Hnuthwaite, 113th Highlanders. .Mrs. Hobcrt Belcher and her daugh- ter, Mrs. Graham, arrived from Ed- monton Friday to join Lieut.-CoI. Bel- Mr. Coliier was the fortunate winner of Uin rowboai recently raffled for the return soldiers' and prisoners j of war funds, the lucky number being The raffle netted the sum of HERE'S satisfaction in having a Sun- shine Furnace. You know that the coal you put in the big wide door will be turned into heat for the house. What makes the Sunshine a coal saver? Two things; THE WORKMANSHIP thafirpreducw a permanent The doors When you shut off the, the heat is held without- and tight construction at every'poip the heat to the warm air Sues and a waste of coal 1THE science you might call has gone into its design. The air passages are wide, the radiating surface is large. The heat from the flames is spent before the fumes get co the chimney. This means more heat through the hot air registers. The fire-pot, which is the main source of heat, is always kept clear of ashes that would pre- vent rapid conduct of heat from the burning coal to the radiating surface of the fire-pot Would it be wise to f in any but a modern, like McCiarys When you are planning a heating eysiem for your home, know what McClary's Sunahine will cost you, installed T Engineer will be glad to give you this information. He will tho, plan your heat distribution so as to get the must out of it. No. tMtyi charge. Simply write to him fully at the factory, coupcn for our booklet "Sunshine." 2. Also forms for fill out. so tbat your htatmg engineers can tell me how to ordc and install n system tliat will properlj heal mv home. Sold by Geo. R. Dixon Co. What the Press Agents Say Cranbrook yesterday and have joined Mr. Wylie. C. P. it. accountant. They have taken up residence on Bnrwell avenuei LLOYD-GEORGE TO BE WAR LORD London, July details of the j appointment of David Lloyd-George as tviintDt nit II.AK l.ni.n ItnAii "nil Lnncu Mrs. Percy Cowen Shaw and Mrs. Edwin Chapman Costick were guests with Mrs. P. D. Shaw for the past week. They left for Calgary Saturday afternoon to join their husbands, Ma- jor Shaw and Captain Costick. Mr. Strang, of Winnipeg, the rep- resentative of the A. McICenzie Co., At the Orphcnni The big Chaplin feature to have been shown at the Orpheum tonight, missed connections by train and in its place a good program of pictures, including Across the FootiighU, will be shown. SHEW. At the Empress The Metro play, "Pennington's Choice" a five part photo-drama star- Never, except during the Dry Farm- ing Congress has the street railway system had a bigger day, than on Sat- urday, July 1st. This morning Supt. Donald had not finished'counting the minister of war have been settled, the I appendicities n ill and operated on for j ring Francis X. Bnshmau, and Bev while on a business trip ly Dayne, will be shown here at 1 the: returns, but he estimated that number of passengers carried th( i London, July Daily Mail's in his dispatches says the strangest part of the !ght tactically, common ex irience that ilie German positions inarently taken, possessed and left ihinrt in the advance, were not nee sarily won. In the so-called ench south of Fricourt tlie Germany me out of immensely deep dugouts id manned tlie machine guns after ir men supposed they had captured and had advanced beyond it. GUI oops went right through one village d out on the other side lo find litter at the enemy had emerged from any strange hiding places and had .rrleoned the place against all com- s. "Fighting was not in essence a ;onlal attack on straight trenches, lough necessarily the first rush was rental. The line was a direct one h a small scale es- pcially In this part of salients- and angles, digs and utilges. enemy fit the end of the day (as often left in isolated groups on romontories such ns Copimecourt, (here we advanced-on both sides oC i wood and on islands such as-are In the valley where the village f Fricourt is located.-In such places Hsoners am likely lo be numerous. i any case fighting nv.isl be a.mud- and uneven. Nowhere wns Hie gilt sufficiently uniform to make iy general summing up possible and jove all the campaign is continuous, 'iiith of Ihe Ancre we scored our renlcst sufccoss. N'nrth of Ihnt river iir progress was on (he whole great- than the map shows and we have ronf? expectations that the number prisoners in this qunrter will' be ormous. German Reserves Rushed Up Paris, July which (he jrmans rushed up to the Somme re- evertheless the German efforts to check the allied advances failed. Thn Franco-British allies, these reports.- say, retain the initiative unimpaired, and as a result, of the day's fighting, have materially advanced their line; and strengthened their hold on what j they had previously won. i __________ The capture of Curlu. especially in c c view of the rapid progress nmda south Stopped Most 1 erriDle out- of tho Somme, represents a great step forward, for the Barst road leads to the only points where tho river can he passed. French troops have now be- fore them on the road to Pennine, HUSBAND SAVED HIS WIF fering by Getting Her Lydia Pinkham's Vegeta- ble Compound. their goal, a series of hummocks, each of which is crowned by a village end- ing in a narrow plateau.1 i The British on their part have made steady progress toward Bnpaume. j which is an important, centre, on ac-1 count of the Intersection there of the. main highways which apparently are their objective. German Official Berlin, via London, July war office report of today says the, continuation of 'he 'French and Bri- j drive on both sides of the Somme j has not gained any advantage for (he Denieon, Texas. "After my little a good at- thrs the new premises, Dominion Block. I ]1Cr father that he is a man of courage the moving picture show at Heiider- and prowess. Eugenie gives him a! son Lake has been discontinued ow- letter to her father and tells him about >ng to the objections raised by the her supposed twin sister. .Marie. Un-j movie managers in the city that the j 1 were paying a license and coiutl not compete with a free show that paid no license. However, It is hoped there will tendance, as reports ot" Chapter will be given. Following the patriotic meeting on Friday afternoon, Mrs. G. W. Robin- son entertained informally at tea ihe representatives of tlie societies with the Local Council of Women, in hon- or of Mrs. R. R. Jamieson, ihe presi- dent of the Local Council of Women, Calgary. known to Robert, she hurries borne, arriving home ahead of him. The story is a good one. At Starhind merry-go- round will be in working- order soon to take the place of the movie show at the lake. DUB tin Farnuni; -the eminent dram- atic star will appear-at otailand to-j night and tomorrow in his lattst j cess, "Ben Blair.' lUe pUry oi a U-r-' The Daughters and Maids of Ens- ror-stricfcen mite-of humanity alnno! land are holding a whist drive on On the prairie, with fear of i girl was born two years I suf- Wednesday night in the S. 0. E. hall! a brutal father while" overhead sky fering with female at S.30. Thy proceeds will be used to j glows red with the refkeiiicm of his trouble and could j huy material for the that they] burning home, .inmker mark of his hardly do my work, j intend holding at a future date in aid i father's cruelty. Then. Ben Blair, the I was very nervous tlie patriotic fund. .Instead of the] niail strong, determined and resource- refreshments, ice cream and 1 fuif as only Dustiu .Farnuni can but just kept drag- ging on until last summer when I got where I could not do my work. I would have a chill every day and hot flashes and dizzy spells and north of the river, hut'south of! m03t burst. Ihe Somme the Germans withdrew a a walking nkeleton and life was a burden my head would al- got where I was almost division to second line positions. DUMA PROHIBITS FOR ALL TIME, 8ALE-OF VODKA Petrograd. June duma pnssoil 'tlie biil per- manently, prohibiting the sale of drink containing more than one and one-half per cent of alcohol. The measure must be pac-s- edbythe upper house and sign- fid Emperor before becomin'g law, 6 to me until one day my husband's step- sister told my husband if he did not do something for me I would not last long and told him to getyour medicine. So got Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound for me, and after taking the tint three doses I began to improve. I con- tinued its use, and I have never had any female trouble since, I feel that I owe my life to you and your remediea. They did for me what doctors could and I will always praise it wherever I G. O. LOWERY, 419 W.Mon- terey Street, Denison, Texas. If you are suffering from any form of i female ills, get a bottle of E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and commence the treatment withoutdelay. sort, isual cake will be served. A wedding of considerable interest lo the people of took place on Saturday in Calgary when Mr. Claude Hughes and Miss Elvira Fen- uer were married at the Pro-Cathedral pict him, a .wonderful tHusiftition of! pjncher. Creek, July the man who fights lifo's battles alone j Day passed off very quietly tH-r? this and who .has-the courage of his con- year. During the day the weather I was all that could be desired, a few victions.. find a _. ______ "Een which Mr. Farnuni has ball in tho evening.; Many others "Ben Blairs" of real life will i of the local men indulged in a game marvelous .counterpart in the Of football in the afternoon, and base- created on the screen. Mr. and Mrs. Hughes left immediately j jn addition .to .this-splendid feature after (he ceremony to spend a month at Victoria, 13. C. Mr. Hughes is the popular leader of Wesley clioir and his bride is well known in musical circles. SILAS H. CARPENTER DIES SATURDAY AT BANFF Calgnry, of the death of Sllns M. Carpenter, of Banff, on Saturday reached tlio city last night. Mr. Carpenter, who has been ill for some time, is one of the best known men in western cities as well as in the east. Formerly chief of the detective staff of the city of Montreal, he was also chief of notice improved the golden hours weeding and admiring their gardens. But alas! No. 2 of .the "Across Australia" series truly goetli before a fall." At ........J will be shown. The third number of hn.30 p.m. one of the worst electric i all directions show that the storm, Has recruiting ft to a halt? officers wre asking With town and Saturday ous offlcM could i recruit in the 78th crultieg are cerned over this pecially in the Highlanders where WM pressed that uitiess 7 well con fined to the town and the damage lies fury for about three-quarters of-.an on lands within a radius of probablv Washington, July govern- hour, it passed on, only lo return in MO miles. The government record for ment closed its fiscal year a short time with renewed vigor and with totaY receiptK and mt.._ total dlXburVemeius.' of away, having apparently done excess of' compared little harm. But shortly after mid- with a deficit of for the night a swirling wind arose and was i the fall of precipitation of the storm much heavier rain. This storm also j is 1.43. Heavy rain1? feU again here- year enclecl June' 30 last. Both the in come tax and internal revenue re- colpts In' 1916 snowed tip far above the estimates, by Secretary McAdoo of Edmonton, and for. the past years has occupied the post, of aU'lien- Ad followed by what cart be scarcely called anything but a cloud burst. Words fail to express how the water came down, which was accompanied by heavy hail. Many cellars never known to have water in before, flood- ed in a few moments to a depth of in re- Wis., found a diamond ring in the i from 1 to 2 feet. stomach of a fish he bad caught. S The gardens that were the "apple of iKt iwellod the balance. dam Muslal, of Stevens Point, this evening. Quite a number. this district an gary expositioiC London, Tulj Robbers ry for the Teutonic 1, branch B.was announced by the arr Germa nts "trom Cal- not South-east of Tlumac! jedy thrust the Russian? back on a front of more tw sionmiles lo a depth of more thau 1 ;