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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THJ-: DAILY HKKMAJ PAGE FIVE PURE FOOD MARKED SATURDAY A LASTING AND CONSTANT PEACE' IN FAR EAST O I'ulrog'racl, July Iliisao- JiiliiiiiOBU polltlQllI cunvontlon liocn sisiiGd. The In to maintain u lasting niiil con- stunt iioiico III tlie Far Host. O Finest Picnic Hams Ashcroft. B. 0., July loss in the lire which swept the town of Ash- croft last night is estimated at Oitfl. The government bridge which spans tlie Thompson river and carries "'the traflic to Caribou was'saved. Tlio "government. telegraph service to Prince Rupert and Dawfion was dis- rupted by the burning of the distribu- tion office at Ashcroft hut temporary wires will be Installed this afternoon; There were no casualties. Half a dozen automobiles were destroyed in the lire. 5 lb. average per lb. 18c Finest shire Sliced per lb. Ayr- Roil 30c OPPOSED TO REPRISALS London. July position of Hrftish prisoners in the camp at Ilnhlobeii. Germany, whose rations are I said Mi liavo been reduced, was raised in fin; House of Lords today by Baron Devon port. Lord Beresforrt and other members opposed tlio idea of institut- ing reprisals, on the ground that ft would not influence the Germans who, they said, would ho glad of any ex- jcuse to starve British prisoners. j Baron Newton, umler-Bceretary for foreign announced that the foreign office had at last received the reply of Gornmuy to the proposals made by the British government. Tlie reply lias not yet been exam- ined. Baron Newton asked that the discussion be adjourned. CREAM BAKING POWDER Made Srom cream of tartar derived from grapes. Best for good food and good health. NO ALUM BRITISH STEAMER IS SEIZED Merlin. .July ari- was made today that the British steamship Les- tris was held up by Gentian warships near tin; Knylish coast and seized as a prize. The statement Hays the Lestris was held up by ;t portion of the UiTinun high seas forces. Edmonton, July 7.- Tho conference of Patriotic Fund workers from all parts of the province decided to con- tinue tho voluntary mmhod of raising contributions, but not until a vote had takiin and then; had Ijiicn a full of all piniscs of tho pro- position, quite a number of the dolu- j gates boing in favnr of ;i Dominion j tux aw the better way u> get at the slackers. The conference unanimously adopt- ed the following rerommemlatlons of a committee appointed to consider questions that hail arisen concerning! several classes of recipients: (1) That all chiliMoss wivos. who are young and strong, married before enlistment, and who have not main-1 tafned a home prior to enlistment, j and where they have complied with j the requirements of iho fund, that is. j in need of assistance, be given an j allowance of a month: other childless wives not t a month. exceed MINE SWEEPER HIT London, July iiriiish ad- miralty today issued the following: "One of our mine sweepers in the North Sea was hit by a torpedo from an onnmy submarine on Tuesday. It was slightly damaged and is now in harbor." Nearly of the proceeds of tho Glefchen stampede Imvo been turned over to Patriotic funds. Delicatessen Burns' Shiiinmrk Cook- (Hiini, per Hi.. 40c Piiii-ns' Jellied Ox Ton- gne, per .Hi.'.....5Gc Burns-, Jellied Lamb's Tongue, per 45c Special Ham Boloti'iia. 20c! Burns' Spec- ial Tomato Sausage 25c Per lb BUTTER Finest Slminrock Crenrn- ery, per lb. ...._.. Finest Empress ery, 2 Ibs. for 65c Finest fresh made J'tirm- l er's Dairy, per 25c ASK FOR SHAMROCK BRAND HAMS, BACON AND LARD Special Today Spring Veal P. Burns Co. limited MAIN AVE. SOUTH. PHONES 412 i 1388 DOMINION MARKET COR.. <1TH AVE. 6TH ST. PHONE 1654 PAUACE ST. N.. PHONE 431 CLOSE YOUR EYES TO QUALITY AND THE WORLD IS FULL OF CHEAP THINGS, BUT WITH YOUR EYES WIDE OPEN THE REAL BARGAINS ARE FEW i AND FAR BETWEEN dUPNESS IS NDILDV-PIICEDRE55 Quality considered, our prices are lower than pur competitors. B. C. Strawberries in Tomato Sauce, Buy now for preserving. Beans, Van Camp's Special prices on case lots. Call and see them. Watermelons, per lb 6c Black Cfjrrants, 2 for Turkey, per tin 60c Chicken Breasts in Jelly, reg. on sale this week 85c Galentine of Turkey and Special prices on case lots Sliced Mango Chutney Oranges, fancy Aralencias, per doz. Soc, 30cf. 35c Flavor Jelly, in tumblers Peaches; Plums and Apricots per lb llie's Raspberries, Hot House Tomatoes, per lb. Catsup in Glass, Lettuce, Radish, Green Onions, Celery, New Turnips New Carrots, New Beets, New Cabbage, New Potatoes at lowest market plain or stuffed, 15c, 20c, 25c, 30c and 4Qc Grape Juice, Welch's, the National drink, 25c, 50c 85c Lime Juice, Rose's, per Green Peas, 3 Ibs. for 25c Cucumbers, fancy hot Maple Syrup, new season's, quarts 60c, half gallons Apples, f.ancv Winesaps, Libby's Hawaiian, Gooseberries, large basket Best Baking Powder, regular 40c Ibs. for Powder, two large 40c Corn and Beans, 3 tins for 35c Marmalade, 4 lb. pails 68c California Apricots, Ideal Blend, Ibs. for Coffee, Braid's Best, per lb. 40c Biscuits, Christie's Assorted Deep Sea-Crab Meat, per tin 30c Macedoines, on sale Strawberry. Raspberry and Black Currant. 78c Jam, Strawberry and Rasp- Anchovy Paste, per jar 20c Maconchies Sweet Pickles, large bottles, this week 29c Roast Pork and Dressing, per lb. 40c Boiled Ham, per lb 40c George Washington with Apple Juice, -1 lb. pails, each 45c Royal Crown Cleanser, II tins for 25c Soap, Royal Crown or Golden West, 2 pkgs. for 45c Washing Powder, 2 pkgs. for 45c Ammonia Powder, large GE KERR CO. Family and Provision .Men-hams PHONE K53. 313 5TH STREET SOUTH. (2) That no post-enlistment .wives je assisted until thf wife is an PX- Ipcctani mother, that while an ex- pectant mother she lie treated as a childless wife married before enlist- ment, and when the child is born she be treated as a mother married before cnlistmont. That women whose domestic duties do not require iheir attentions should be encourafieii lo work, and that no deduction be made on account of casual earnings, but when such nploymeiu Is permanent and the earnings amount to more than what the allowance from the fund would be, no assistance should bo given. (4) That no steps should he taken regarding payment of pre-cnllstment debts and that unless post-enlistment dents are discharged after reasonable notice, the name of the dependant be removed from the roll. (6) That in case of discharged or j transferred soldiers, the names of the dependants shall bo removed from the roll unless the reasons advanced are satisfactory to the committee. Praise for Lethbridge T. M. Tweedie remarked that great credit was due to Lethbridge, which had raised and Rocky Moun- tain, which had raised over and Col. Dennis added that both rid- ings had a very largo mining popula- tion and a large percentage of for- eigners. Col. Dennis said there was no ques- tion the money could be raised pro- vided the organization was correct (and everyone put his shoulder to the wheel. Whatever system was decided upon should include a basis of pub- licity that woiiiil esr-iusrl; the slacker. There must be such publicity of the subscriptions that the citizens would 'be able to put. their fingers on those who did not do their duty. The lieutenant governor was ap- pointed a member of the executive the northern and southern branches. What the Press Agents Say M SPOILERS Al The people of Lethbridge are to have an opportunity of witnessing the world's greatest motion picture "The Spoilers" from the book of the same name by Rex Beach. We learn that this is fresh from a run of two weeks at the Princess theatre, .Montreal, where the picture created nothing short of a furore. It Is said that him-j dreds were unable to gain admission on the last night of the engagement. Tlie picture opens at the Orpheum to- night. Miss Kathlyn Williams and Mr. Wil- liam Farmim play the leading roles. Kathlyn Williams is already known to the lovers of the silent drama, and her work in The Spoilers is superior to anything she has ever done. One of tlie most thrilling scenes in the picture is the combat which takes place between McNamara, the crooked attorney aud Gleaister, the mine owner, in which the latter trium- phs. At (he Empress The Bluebird feature "The Gilded Spider" will be featured at the Em- press tonight. ,Charlie Chaplin in "A Night in the one of his best, is also on the program. At The week-end program at Stnrland I is one of especial merit. A splendid three-reel Selfg drama "The Scarlet !-ady" will the feature and in ad- dition to this drania, the inimitable comedian Billy Reeves, will appear in a rqarjng comedy, "His Bodyguard." The latest, war gazette, will also be shown and Miss Simnj and Mr. Flem- ing will sing a duet. Especial attention is called to the two great Paramount features com- ir.e to Starland next week. On Mon- day and Tuesday Fanny Ward, who has become such a favorite with Letli- bridgp people since bar appearance in at this theatre recently will appear In another.splendid attrac- Partner." On Wed- rhesday and Thursday another favor- ite, Marie Doro, who made such a hit in "The AVMnjSPearr. will be seen In the great drama "Diplomacy." Phone e CLARKE CO. GREAT SALE OF ALL WASH DRESSES Our entire now summer slock oflerod tomornnv for Ihe first time at ONE-THIRI) LESS TIIAX ORIG- INAL PRICES. This includes llie way of a wash dress without any dresses in plain white col- ors and floral designs; middy dresses, and all other- is class, raHUMUS' i'1 price from to U'armenls 15.00. MIDDY DRESSES, on Bale at WASH DRESSEb. on sale at MIDDY SUITS, on sale at.....'...... J7.50 WASH DRESSES, on sale at i 1- Off FANCY VOILE DRESSES at........ Plain and Fancy O C VOILE DRESSES at Main and Fancy VOILE DRESSES Plain and Fancy VOILE DRESSEo A small charge for alterations at these prices. Many other Saturday bargain prices throughout every department of the store, including hosiery and gloves, corsets and underwear, um- brellas and sunshades, staples and wash goods, silks and dress goods, and our remaining stock of suits, coats and cloth and silk dresses. Thousands of Dollars Worth of the very Goods you require at this season or future Use, to be Sold at a great sacrifice, re- gardless of the cost of manufacture. 5, Underwear, Serges and iieets, o If? wipe p (TV 4C3o II Vjr ting, 'Hats and Watch for Announcement v of the Opening Date Also a List of prices that will appear in the Press later on. Dominion Block 4th Ave. South ;