Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
FWDAY, .JUJvYH 1010. THE LCTIIBRJDGK, DAILY I1KRALD PAGE ELEVEN Features of Our Business to which we Give Special Attention .PICNIC. SPECIALS Salad and Sandwich Olives, bottle Salad Dressing, IX.T boHltf.............. Brisket Beef, 1 pound glass well Cream and Pimento Cheese, each Pimentoes, per tin Prime Roast Pork, per Boiled Ham, per Ib................. Grape Juice, per bottle, 50c and .36c 20c 35c 10c 15c 40c 40c. 25c. Devilled Tuna Fish. 2 tins Tor Australian White Bait, per tin Brooms, large 5 string, res 70c on sail Shredded Wheat Biscuits, 2 pkgs...... Puffed Rice, per pkira Puffed Wheat, 2 packages French Beans, on sale Pickles, Red Cross in tumblers, each Osprey Herrings, In Tomato sauce 2 ti Anchovy Paste, per jar Pork and Beans, Van Camps L' tins Spaghetti, In tins Chili Con Game, per tin 35c 70c 25c 15c 25c 15c 20c 25c. 20c 26c. 15c. 15c SI.'ECTALS TOK TIIF. ITOMK Finest Dairy Butter, per 25c White Beans, throe pounds 25c Ground Rice, per packet............... 18c. Tea, Kerr's Special Blend, por Ib........ 40c Coffee, Fresh Java Blend, per 50c Coffee, our Special, 3 Ihs for ...........51.00 Peaches, large tins. Silverdule 25c Pickles, Heinz Sweet Mixed, per 40c -jFRUIT JAKS Pei'l'ect Heal Improved I'iiils, Qiiiirts, would suggest that you secure your seal- ers at an early date, as later shipments may not includfi the sizes you rcuuire. FRUIT WE BUY ONLY THE FINEST OFFERED. FRESH SUPPLIES DAILY Lemons, vc-ry special, per doz. Watermelon, sood.sixes, cadi 20c 50c Royal Crown Soap, flakes, 3 Tor 23c Royal Crown Ammonia Powder, 2 for 25c B. .Gherkins per box 40c. Quaker Oats, large package 25c RASPBERRIES, BLACK CURRANTS. AND CHERRIES TO ARRIVE FRIDAY Strawberries, 2 boxes for 25c. Bananas, per dozen 25c Red Raspberries, 2 Tor................. 25c Red Currants, per box- Black Currants, per box Cherries, per pound Cauliflower, each 15c and........... Head Lettuce, Green Peas, ,3 for.................. Riley's Toffee, old price Macadoines', '2 tins' for............... Tobasco Sauce, per Royal Crown; Cleanser, 3 for 10c 15c. 20c 18c 10c .25c. 40c 55c 40c 25c 1453 PHONES 1365 PHONE 1224 What the Press Agents Say At the Orpheuni program of draina and comedy will be shown at Hie Orpheum tonight-, and patrons are assured a classy Kill. Next Thursday, Friday and Saturday one ot Charlie Chaplin's million dollar features will bo shown: Charlie will be seen in "Police" which, is said to be the Ijest.ever. Charlie m the Firejnan fnnny. but Charlie in "Police" is funnier still. At the Empress At the Empress tonight will be a Bluebird feature "Elusive Is- bel" Florence Lawrence in _the H. G. KILNER" SHOE STOKE 4W 13th Street North Repairs Neatly Executed- COAL AND TRANSFER C.O.D. SINN FEINNBRS WRECK RECRUITING OFFICE A _____ Dublin, July 1 hy the non-arrival of.prisoners -1 who recently "were" released after undergoing imprisonment since the Dublin rebellion, and who were expected here today, Sinn Feinners wreclied' re- cruiting office, hissed the mill Lary pickets and sang repub- lican soiig.s. A A At Stai'lancl The program fit Starlaml for the week-end promises to be one of tho. most entertaining that bus even been shown in the city. !t is essentially a funny one and patrons may look for ward to having a good laugh. The talented and beautiful actress, Marj Fuller, will be seen in a three reel couiedy-drama, entitled "The Tale of the 'C'" and TJilHe inimit able comedian will appear in a two reel L-Ko Scream, "the Scars find Stripes Forever." to these grcnt attractions. Paramount Travel Series No. 21 will positively bo nhown this week. Owing to mis-shipment the management, hns in those travel pictures for tho past two weeks, arc assured'that there will be no more omissions until the scries is, completed. Miss Blmm and Mr; Fleming will sing a duet to- night and tomorrow. ___ SOCIALISTS ON :STRIKE'1 IN GERMANY Amsterdam, via JuJj The Socialist newspaper Tribune as- serts that workmen .Employed In munition fuctone ami eledncil works in Beilm m an aerodrome it Johinnisthal haye gone on'strike as a protest; against the prison ben tence imposed on Dr Karl Liebknecht the Socialist1'leader, for in tlie Day demonstration at Berlin DRY SCOTLAND NOT PRACTICAL AT THE PRESENT TIME Glasgow, July in Scotland is impractical in the opinion of the liquor control hoard. The. board stated ..this in substance .to a ion representing many thousands of women, -who signed n petition urging the adoption of prohibition for the per- iod of the war. Lord ehairV man of the board, said that it was not possible to consider prohibition, except as applied to large self-contained ar- eas. Otherwise the difficulties pi con- trol in regard to iniportatiori.-.w tire in- superable. Lord d'Abernon the experience in the colonies .Hiid :in the United States showed ttiat no measure of prohibition could'Succeed unless applied with the-cordial con- sent of a huge majority of the people affected. SLACKER.GETS Frederick Palmer, the war corre- spondent, was talking abpiUjvEiigland; 'Everything is war, war, war, over he help man who is not jn khaki. He .-Mas'-u. dieaciful time Now and then though one of theBe they are a bit of back. 'A. example, ing a prison camp near London wlie'n an interned German shouted at him, from the barbed wire fence 'Kitchener..vants you felackei frowned said. 'Kitchener vants repeated bj said the slacker 4 'lie's got you-all right. Joh'n Stewart, a native of.yWooil- Ont died m Rochester N A .Lqthbridge boy writing from Eng- land" 'tells a good story 'oh an officer pf.: one .of the.artillery units training In'England. "He says: "One fit- the officers was drilling the right section., of the battery in 'sec- j tion gun drill. The colonel .had just arrived so had the guns. One squa'd had been on the guns for tv.-o days and -'their drill. The "officer had been making tliis squad go through the drill while anothW squad which liad never been on the gims by to see was 'After a'couple of hours the officer changed over the two squads arid was just about to have the greenhorns go through the man- eye'caught the colonel in the offing. So he SjSriol e in tluj ise a id m i loud voice Nou jou men theie fdd the experts hid lust come off you've been watching this styiatl'go .their .drill for er an-, hom 1 1 noj? au 18 poundei befoie but I want to see how you can do the thing." He fell out with the green- horns and lined UD the original squad just as the colonel came up He hid Ireard the officers wqrds The men their dull so that tlwi cOlonjsl wondered what the battery1 'was composed of He told the adjutant iftunards he was jmpst. agreeably surprised the uiiV tlie baitcrv was picking up gun drill PR1JTXY WAR WEDDING IN ENGLAND Get a Farm of Your Own TAKE 20 YEARS TO PAY ;The land will support yon and pay for itself. An immense area of the most fertile land in Weslern Canada for sale at low prices and easy terms ranging from ?U to for farm land.-. ample landb from 5S5. down, balance within twenty years. In Irri- gation districts loan for farm build- Ings, etc., np to also repayablo in twenty only 6 per cent. Privilege of' paying In full at any time. Here is your opportunity to In- crease your farm holdings by Betting adjoining land, or secure your friends 03 neighbors. For Literature and par- ticulars apply to. Allan Cameron, Gin'l of Landi, .Desk Dcpt. of Natural Resources, C.P.R., Alta. WILSON SKEITH, Local Agents, Building, Lethbrjdgc J'lnjor Thomas Cruik, Irving D.S.O., (Canadian Engineers 1st Cohtingelit) and Mrs. Irving, formerly Miss Jesse Murray, who were man-led last Saturday at .Snltwood I'arlsh Church, near Mythe, England. The parents of both brldo bridcgioora aro Toiontonians j t Mrs. 0. K. N'ourse and dauKhters of t'algary. are spending tiie .summer at Vancouver. Miss Sutherland, after a visit u'itli Mr. J. U. has left for tiie Slates. .Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Uawker. of Liow- nuuiville. Out., are visilinj; in the Misses Alice and Hclli Fairl'tcld and Alia .Murray loft last night to visit Mrs.' Kairlieid at'Kingston, Out. Mrs. Parker, llth St. S., loaves to- I morruw for an extended visit iu Van- 1 couver, Victoria and other coast points Air. and Mrs. Trenholme Uickson I .Reiuyick. motored from Macleoii and arn siJemlinj; a 'of dsyi: in Ihe city. i A fairly well attended meeting- of I the local council oE women wns held I in tliu Y..M.C.A. yesterday afleniuon. jMrs. E. N. Higiiibotham gave a splen- j did report of the meeting held under i the aui-piccs of the Provincial laws j committee of tlie local council, at Cal- i gary. At this meeting it was decided that the committee would concentrate on five bills to be presented at tlie i next meeting of the legislature in i Edmonton. To the Lethbrldge council j was allotted the equal parental rights bill.-Mrs. G. Robinson is convenor laws for Letlibridge local council. and it was decided at yesterday's meeting that each affiliated society elect one member for tlie laws com- mittee. -Mrs. Higluljotliam also cx- j plained'in detail tho nursing scheme for outlying districts, wliich is being discussed at present. The members at the meeting yes- terday protested strongly against any- thing being done that would mar the beauty of Gait Gardens which reflect so iraluch credit upon our efficient parks supervisor, Mr. Mitchell. The monthly meeting ot the Central W.C.T.U. was held in Wesley hall, j Thursday, afternoon. Following the transaction of the 'monthly meeting was ad- dresed by Mrs. B. A. Stevens of Tor- onto, the Ontraio Provincial W.C.T.U. President. Mrs. Stevens gave n brief account of the Traveller's Aid work in Toronto. There are three Traveller's Aid women at the Union depot, one of which is supported by the W.C.T.U. The Union also supports one Travel- ler's Aid women for the Parlcdale tippy young people will reside at Lucky Strike ANOTHER RESCUE VOYAGE "Puntas Arenas, Chile, via Buenos Ayroa, July Rrnost Shackle- ton the British explorer, who ail leturning frourthc south polar zone last April, left 31 of his com- panions on Elephant island, sailed from this port today on a small schooler to rescue them; If condi- tibns ire .favorable Sir. Ernest expect- ed to lelievc the marooned explorers nnd return to Chile in four weeks. iJUDGES AND INCOME TAX QjUwa July B. solic tfti after looking into the ques- tion, has decided that ministers of the crown and judges should pay tlie in- come tnx Imposed by the city. son's. Bay Consult Thursday's .Herald for Satur- day Bargains. .Visit our Store Satur- day. Hundreds of Remnants and A tiave Accumulated During this Sale and be Marked at Prices (o Ensure Clearance. Night's Announcement DINNER Will be served Saturday Night from 6.00 to: 7.3d p.m. fPRICE 35c. CUT FLOWERS SATURDAY ONLY CARNATIONS AND ROSES 50 Cent Per Dozen SNAP. DRAGONS, 35 cents per dozen. FRESH FRUIT DIEEOT tfnu THE G-KOWER. AND, CUK- 2 Boxes for 25c. D r1 s J5ay to. PREPARE FOR NEXT WAR IS MESSAGE OF SIR RIDER Saskatoon, July after this war the British empire must be a na-. lioned 'armed, exjsecting attack and awaitingithe attacB which will surely COHJG, one ofjlhe most striking statements made fo'mght by Sir Rider Haggard in the address he delivered at the meetiiiR oC tlie Canadian Club, held ill the Strand theatre. Sir Rider made a strong plea' people of the empire to meet-this contingency. Greater population he advocated as the keynote to the; solution of the to secure this suggested closer settlement of the land. REMARKABLE (RECORD. Moose Jaw, July remarkable record was established here yesterday when with visitors in the city, there were but four cases of drunken- ness in the police cells this morning. The day before the Stampede opened the provincial liquor stores were elosod. One man was charged with drinking in a public, place and he was fined and costs today. TO APPLY FOR BAIL FOR KELLY Clean to handle. Sold by all General etorca. i. t'or i-On the Crown that ..Wilji'nplily .tpitlie court of appeal after tile com- Dlelion next, -week of the argil- mention' the. reserved case, for tlie liberation o[ Kelly on ball. 4 YOU Clf T BUY BETTER MEATS ANYWHERE K 1i -f.: 3Vo matter you pay, Therefs pleasure in both cooking and eating the choice cuts of tender juicy meats send in rear ponse to your uiioiie order. Owing to our lo- cation niust .do most of our business with you by and have been building- .OUT business by phone service for years. r Send Us an Order To-morrow and let uS demonstrate the quality of the meats we handle. We have everything on the market. If yon like rib roast we have some. Prime Steer Rib Roost at for Tomorrow Alberta Meat Market W. HOPKINS, PROP. PHONE 4-9-2 The Oldtit Eitabllihed Murket In tho City.