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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta TheLeUibrldgo From the Quality Grocery Store, and at Prices that will Save You Considerable Money The weather is hot. Makes you as if you don't want to put on a hot fire to cook the meals. And you scan this list of good eatables and refreshing drinks. A to buy.from a store -that is do'ng a strlcfty cash business Our large turnover enables us to make the How prices. Business is booming. m m .White Star Lime Juice, large bottle................ 35c Montserrat Lime Juice, large 45c Mointserrat Lime Juice, extra large bottle.......... 75c bottle 75c Fruit Drinks in adl flavors in- cluding orange, strawberry, raspberry, ilemon, etc, dilut- ed with water, large bottle. BAKED BEANS ARE HEALTHFUL Heinz Baked Beans 20 and 35c Van' Camp's Beans......25c Davies' Pork and Beans...8c Sardine Special Delicious Canned Sardines in purest Olive Oil, a Norweg- ian Sardine, -that is packed with the greatest care and cleanliness, every tin guaran- teed to 'contain the finest autumn-caught fish. Special a 13c DELICIOUS MEATS AND FISHES Veal Loaf, a tin 25c Ham Loaf, a tin 25c Cambridge Sausage, a tin 35c Boneless Chicken, a tin. .20c Boneless Turkey, a. tin.. .20c Lunch 25 and 45. Stewed Kidneys, a tin 15C Kippered Herring, a Anchovies, a tin......... 20c Finnan Haddie, a .tin I3c Lobster, a tin......25 and 45 Salmon, a tin and 20o Oysters, a tin 15c and 25o Edited by Phone 1052 -WAS.realized from- -the UhanceS sold on it TJie ice tables .wero pre- sided over V Misses O'Connor, Ken- nedy, Mullen and and .the made sweets were -dispensed by Miss Delay and Miss Going.' A. MACDONALD CO. Tfur Shtcs A Chinee Don't neglect destroy ..'.the natural toughness of the leather poor or harmful dressings. Feed the it with PACKARD'S Shoe Dressings kinds, for .every kind and color of shoe Here are a Mon Ami (water- ...We Tina. "O" GRAND TRqNK STRIKE IS NOW ON (Continued from front MON White Liquid 10c 25c BottlM. Combination Black and Tan) 15c and 25c 6ixM. Patent Leather Cream 13c and 25c Jarfc AT ALL LH. Packard A Limited. MoatrcaL WINNIPEG MARKETS Winnipeg, July opened 116, closed 114 1-4; October opened 111. closed 109 1-8: December opened 107 -closed 106 1-2. Cash close: No. 1 Northern 114 1-2, No. 2 (Nor- :thern 111 1-2: .No. 3 Northern 104 1-2. No. .2 White Oats.. 41 1-2. No. 3 Baf- -lev, 52. BOiRN Leth'bridge, on Mon- 'day. July 187 to Mr. and Mrs. Thos. a daughter.- TRAINS LEAVE TORONTO Toronto, -July 18. The Grand Trunk strike order was received (quiet lv here to-night. The trains due to leave the Union station between 9.30 and midnight all got away though delayed. The train for Montreal was seventy minutes late in starting and carried in place of the regular con- ductor, -upt. Coleisan, of Belleville, while--the train for Detroit had as conductor Assistant Supt. Bowker. The train for Hamilton started forty minutes late. The men claim none of the trains; carried a complement of trainmen and are satisfied that- the company is in dire straits. Supt. G-illes., 01 Midland division, expressed himself well satisfied with the out- come. The conductors, trainmen and baggagemen held a meeting at" the Palmer House, to-night in which it was declared Manager .Hays would be brought to his knees in four days. No strike-breakers are in sight here- The strikers are" good humored thus far. About three hundred are affect- ed in Toronto." TIED UP AT MONTREAL Montreal, July immediate mmmmair Health Keeps the Hair Falling Out from --_-----is due to lack of nourishment at the Hair xttd often to an ucew ol dandruff on the scalp Hair Health Used -regTilariy, Hair roots, ckaniei the ccalp of dandruff, and ia tlis way falling- hair stbnai lates a. hejUthy irromk. "I thoug-ht of writing you time ajro about tie trnly remarkable results I obtained from liberal use of Btajr. Bealth. I bare only irords of prate for a wonderful remedy. Myhairbeyan to out at a very early are." Hay'. Hair Health, ia a very time, corered my scalp i-iUi a of kjdr. 1. Is not a dye. omato, Can. bottles, at when a number of-the 'train, crew had been hunted up. The1 train was'- ten minutes late, it being apparent the company was somewhat prepared, for the refusal-of regular hands to go to wort. A local, train for Vaudreuil due to leave at 11.25, had to'-be cancell- ed with the announcement that train- SOCIAL AND 'PERSONAL Mrs. Mewb-urn will receive W1UV1. "ow and through the summer as us- ual on the third and fourth Wednes- "Westminster House" was the 'scene of a gay event last evening when the daughter of the 'house, Miss Gladys Downer entertained a score of the younger set 'Complimentary -to her' school' friend, Jardme, of Winnipeg, who is -hex summer guest The 'rooms were attractively adorned everywhere with a profusion of sweet The early part of the evening was .given over 'to .an edvertisement contest and the were won" by EekBtorm and Mr. Robertson. The consolation gift being awarded Mr. Barnum. A charmingly appoint- ed buffet .supper was served during 'the evening ,in the dining joom from pink and pea cen- tred table and '-an 'informal hop" was enjoyed in the dancing room on the 'third floor, until the "wee sma' hours' iby the guests..- Miss Lu- cile Echstonn, Misses Genest (Win- nipeg) Miss Bardie, 'Miss Jessie Mac- beth, Miss-Bentley, Messrs. T. Rob- erton, W. Robertson, Barnum, >Law- rie, Newcombe, Street, Rose, A. Nat smith, Mewburn-and E. Downer. Cupid's Court !IQ Manse, Moose Jaw, on Thurs- day, July Mth, .by Rev. Sam McLsan, James Swan Stetson, Taber, Alta., fo Margaret Ellingwood Crocker, Br-afn- tree, Mass., 'C. S. A. The marriage took place on Sat- urday last of Fred Simimic and. le both of North Letfc- Wge, at St. Augustiu's church. Rev. E. Mwrell-Wright was the officiat- ing clergyman. This 'morning at 9 o'clock Andrew. Ostafizuk and Katie Shamko were united in the holy bonus of matrimony in St. Patrick's church by Rev. Fa- ther Rosenthal. effect of- the departure of Montreal _ men could not be secured. Four freight trains, three-for the west and _ the east were also cancelled. I is a through train to Chicago, left I in fact no freight left Montreal after xains followed the announcement of the strike. The Toronto .train, which m THE SLATER In the Slater Shoe Slater Shoe Stores that display the Sign of the Slate. There is no use in going into .any store and asking for The Slater The Slater Shoe is sold only in authorized stores. The name Slater is the most valuable asset in the shoe business in Canada. The genuine Slater Shoe made it so. But no other makers but the Slater Shoe Co., Limited make the shoe which you know as The Slater Shoe, labelled with The Sign of the Slate. Goodyear, welted, with the price on the label. We, alone, in this dty handle The Slater Shoe kind you have always bought. MI E. Buchan, 408 Round Street, Letbbridge, Alta, 9.30 p.m., though several came in, as they were on the way before the strike., was called. There was no .dis- turbance. C. P. R. SITUATION With regard to the situation be- tween the Canadian Pacific, Shaugh- nessy, to whom the men made a final appeal on the grounds that, the con- ditions of the agreement that has been drawn up were not acceptable, returned- from St. Andrews, and it is announced will take the appeal of the men into consideration and. most like- ly arrange for a conference with a view settling up the whole mat- ter. NOT ACCEPTING FREIGHT Montreal, July is no dis- turbances or 'disorder of. any kind round the Grand Trunk terminals this morning. As far as a casual.ob- server can tell, trains are running as usual, except some suburbans have been cut., out. No demonstrations have been made by the strikers and t is not expected there will be. Spe- cial police patrol Bonaventure and Mountain street at the entrance to he yards. Grand Trunk officials this, morning declared conditions satisfac- ory to them. It is evident prepara- ions to meet the strike have been un .er way for some time. Passenger ervice is kept going, but no attempt s made to run freights. The corn- any will not accept perishable reight other than subject to delay. DEPRESSION IN STRATFFORD Stratford, Ont., July air f depression rests over Stratford Mr. Mrs. ,Reeve -returned. Sat- urday from a -delightful Visit: in 'coast cities. 1 AS courtesy tocher Hall, of Prince 'Albert, C. West entenained a numJber of friends last evening-at the Barracks.- The Bridge enthusiasts formed four ta- bles and the 'non .players enjoyed the grounds.' -The honor favors were won -by. Miss Gilmore of -Winnipeg, and Mrs. Seatle received ;he consolation gift. At the close of the evening an appetizing repast was the card tables. Mrs. William L. Burnard and child- n. -arrived from Wood- Ontario, to join Mr. Burnard, who has ;been. connected with 'ioneer Lumber since larch last. Tiiey will reside at 422 Rogers street, Riveryiew. The marriage -of, Miss Ida M. Gaetz. f and P. Oland, of Clar- will take place att -Innisfail, Le first week in August. The engagement announced i Port, Perry of Miss Marion Warren Burnham, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John .Warren Burnham. -to Mr. Guy S. Orde. of .the inspectors" staff of the Union- Bank of Canada, Win- nipeg, Man. The marriage -will take place in September. The many_ Mends of Mrs. George Macleod will regret to learn that she is ill at the Gait Hospital where slie underwent an operation this morn- Miss D. Glazser, of the post office returned yesterday from Nelson, 'B. C.. where she has been spending her vacation and where she was the guest of Mrs. P. Player. X Mrs. Fritb, of Carnduff, is visiting iher parents. Mr. and Mrs. Way, of Burdett street. Miss Mildred Lussier, of Medicine Hat, is spending a two weeks' vaca- tion "with her father, J. OS. Lussier, of this city. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES This evening on the parsonage of, tiie First 'Baptist churehv social will be held: tinder the auspices of the choir. ,The main ob- ject of this social is to provide an opportunity for the members of 'the church and.. congregation to 'become acquainted. Wftule all the congregation are cordially invited, no one is expected to' act as if more than Their gift Ice cream be served during the twenty-five years of age may be made accordingly, and cake will evening, When in Vancouver it will be to your advantage to stay at the HOTEL STRATHCONA Tne best middle priced hotel in the city BURTON and J. E. JACKSON Props. iris morning for of its fifteen thous- and population more than thous- and were suddenly thrown out of work, by the "closing of the Grand Trunk shops, as a sequel of tfce train- hands' strike. Master Mechanic Pat- terson of the big repair shops address ed the men this morning, urgisg uherrr' to remain in the city as the strike would surely be a few days. No train has passed through here since- last night. The members and Mends of the Leagne leJd their annual picnic on the river bottom The S.O.E. Benefit Society hold their Red Rose meeting on nesday evening at 8 o'clock in Oddfellows Hall. will the The world's most successful medi- cine for bowel complaints is Chamber- lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It has relieved more pain anl suffering, and saved more lives than any other medicine in use. In- valuable for children and adults. Sold by al'I druggists. last evening, and from the glowing accounts everyone had a "glorious time." At seven o'clock the picnic supper was attractively spread' and The included a host of good things. After supper games- were played until dark. The garden party given 'by the AT- tar Society on St. Patrick's- church grounds last evening was an immense success- and everyone took advan- tage of the cool evening and enjoyed the beautiful grounds winch were ;brigh'tly lit with 'hundreds of tiny etectrfc bulbs: The band' was in at- tendance throughout the evening and played a splendid .program of popular music. Over two hundred people were entertained and" the re- ceipts amounted to 'Misg Cun- ningha mwas in the charge of the raffle of the beautiful sun- 'burst, the winning number '151' be- ing held by C. W.. Griffin: About DAILY a sponge of 1-4 cup scalded milk, when hike warm add 1 yeast cake and a little flour, weigh- ing out 1 pound of flour (4 when sponge is light; add 3-4 cup scalded milk, 2 eggs, 1 teaspoon salt, 3-4 of a pound of 2-3' cup sugar and remaining flour; 'beat with a wooden hatter "spoon until very light and smooth; then -add more, eggs, one at a time, 'beating continu- ally; add 2 o-unces each' candied' orange peel and citron finely .beat again. Butter a fluted mold :with; 'tube in centre, sprinkle thickly with'1 finely.chopped almonds, half fill th mixture, let. rise so top of mould'' and in a moderate oven, 50 minutes. Remove from mould, let cool on cake cooler 20 minutes, when a rick syrup may >be poured over it and served as a luncheon or dinner dessert. _is not wasted on the desert air, or in tlie gro- cer's shop, is preserved by in lead packets until it comes to you fresh and pure as wherfrst prepared on the tea garden. Your Money will be refunded if you are not peifectlysatisiiedwitli.it. "'.i GREAT RON OF SALMON IN" THE SKEENA RIVER .Vancouver, B. July Commissioner Babcock says that the salmon run- of the Skeena river, which opens several weeks earlier than; on the Fraser river is phenom- It is greater than any of (the .old cannery managers can remem- ber. at "all the canner- ries is .more-than-double of what it was time Tie-fish in it3ie "north, ate -larger .and in -bet- ter condition, than any previous year. Suffer from rheumatism You will find an almost perfect uric-acid solvent and marvellous relief in Look at the Windows 1 The Last Half of the Gray Hardware Do It Now SELLING AT 50c on the dollar 75c on the dollar 35c on the dollar 60c on the dollar The windows are an index of the FINISH PRICES Watch them daily. They tell, in a most, emphatic way of the determination to rid bothmtores of the: entire Gray stock by Augusf1st Varnishes, Paints and Oils Selling at Any Old Prices Pumps, Ice Boxes, Refrigerators, Stoves- No Reasonable Offer Rejected Guns, Ammunition, lower prices than other merchants pay A whirlwind finish. The last of the Gray stock The lowest prices ever quoted in hardware We haven't once; won't be-fin now COME EVERY DAY f GET YOURS TO-DAY! rely Sales Co, Closing out C, W. Gray Hardware Stock ;