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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FIVIi ftt. "It's a Long L-ook Back to 1894, But I've Been Making Truly-Canadian Dunlop Tires all That Time." DAILY IIKHALD THimSDAY, JrLY 20, 191.1 A report submitted to the Provin- Resources Commit (en shows a jigo of labor in munition ijlants Toronto. Klmer Stafford of Kansas City, was fined by .Judge Kairnan on a. chargu of boating hig mother, 102 years old. .GOOD HOTEL THAT CAN BE RUN WITHOUT A Two New and Spacious Sample Rooms Have Been Added Bedrooms Rates, per day ATO.DATE ICE CREAM PARLOR AND SODA FOUNTAIN IN CONNECTION. J. DOBBS, Proprietor. LETHBRIDGE PEOPLE GET iNSTANT ACTION Those who have used it in Leth- liridj-'O are astonished at the IXSTAOT act inn nt" simple buckthorn bark, glycerine, elc.. as mixed in Adler-i-ka. Derause it acts on BOTH lower and The lawn fete hold :il Kivnrviuw. liu! handsome Kiuunds of Dr. ami Mrs. yesterday iill'Trioon. by the ladies of the l.O.D.K. in aid ut ihc Serbian ridlnf and the l.o.D.K. wa- was a surrey, hcini; well attended and elijoyi d by every. Imdy. A good sum was miliztd. Tin: tennis tournament arranged by .Messrs JloArthur and llaworjb uau won liy Miss HilliliK and Mr. Tin; clock KOlf arranged by 11 r. Slirnni was won by Mrs. Uaclmnaii and .Mr. .Mi-- l.N'icol. The teil tables, prettily ;u- ranged on the verandah and in Hie drawing room and study, were in charge or Mrs. K. II. Wilson and .Mrs. Goo. Maeliay. Centrciim the liirgo table was a. large cut aliiss vase of purple Canterbury bells. The litilu tables had houdliets of red. while and nine flowers made extremely dainty with gypsophlia. The candy counter uas in charge of Mrs. Siarnes. Tiny colored boxes at 5c eacli pleased the children. The children's Alines were in charge of Miss Bawden. ami Hiese included and snap ever the delight of children's hearts. Tin ict ciciii) and soft drinks were in charge of Mrs. Mitchell and Mrs. Gr< Ihe Simbeams kindly their minrh bowl, which they have to rent, and the contents, grape eider, looked very tempting v.-iilt slices uf fruit and lumps of ice. The (lowers llld cigarettes booth was in charge of Mrs. Tinning. Shet was assisted by her little daughter ami Doris Smith. who looked as though they were en- joying their part of the work. The music was furnished by lira. Wadding- ton, who was assisted by her talented voung son. Geoff, who played with his violin for a number of the dunces and ,they were much appreciated and drew [hearty applause. The decorations were j n charge of Miss Ninnnons. white and blue hunting draped the fence lining the drive to the house. and Union Jacks and ilags of the other allies draped the hedges, the house and verandah. Mr. U Mc- Kcnaie very kindly sfrnng colored electric lights through Ihe trees which j with Jap lanterns in the hedges made bowel. ONE TEASPOOXFL'L tlio popular lovers ivallc look like Adler-i.ka relieves almost ANY CASE fairyland. Bridge tables wore set on constipation, sour stomach or eas. It i the verandah in the evening, and a removes such surprising foul matter tournament arranged the winners of that a few doses often relieve orjtho prizes being Miss Susie Bawilen prevent appendicitis. A short treat- and Mr. MeNicol. ment helps chronic stomach trouble. J. D. Iliginbotltam it Co., Limited, Demonstrate The Savings Possible when You Get Your Purchases at "The Bay" Extra Special for Friday and Saturday from the Housefurnishing Department Handsome Curtain Voile With Klora! Border, cream and eerti on grounds, -10 in. wide, reg. 'jlle, special 2 Piece Cretonne L'7 inches wide, red colors only, reg. ITiC. f to clear per yard lienimiiits of Table Oilcloth Curtain nut bcriins, ulc, all marked at Half Price. Window Shades With iii.soi'Uoii linings, IJfi in. wide, Tl' in. long, reg. bOc. 1'or, each Fireproof Teapots Kii'.e. uxtni good quality, sot-, Cujw and Saucers Semi-Porcelain. Clover Leal' design, special, 'i 1'or Groceries Thos. Morrison, Public Works Department, St. John, B., diet! sud- p denly. Henry B. Gordon, an 1. C. R. con- ductor for thirty-sis years, died in Moncton of locomotor ataxia. Donald Mclsaac, a school teacher of Charlottetown, was found drown- ed. SPECIAL Is Now in Full Swing. You still have a chance to secure snaps We arc offering to the public our stock of Boys' Suits aiul I and Pumps at Cost Price and Less. Boys' Suits Men's Suits merl The YOU WANT A GOOD 3IC.E COME.EARLY. THE BARGAINS ARE HERE. .00 VALUES Clearing at VALUES earing at. ft. .Seeing' is believing. Have a look at wonderful values in Men's Suits., S15.00 VALUES For VALUES Clearing at ana VAL. CluariiiK at VALUES Clearing al 7C .i S Those goorls arc all made front English materials and guaran- teed fast, dyes and will give satisfactory wcnr. It Will Pay You Better to Buy New Shoes at Good- man's than to have your old ones repaired Keart This MEN'S OXFORDS in patent leatber aiirl giinnietiil. black or tan. Ilounlar Prices anil 50.00. Clearing at adies' Shoes Come Early and get a pair oi these Ladies' Pumps Patent; Leather Pumps. Regular (fr-i QC Clearing at VALUES Clearing BOYS' KNICKERS, in wearing (.weeds; sixes 21 All one price. per pair........... BOYS' FELT HATS. Tel- escope btjle. AH'ono price BOYS' LINEN HATS One price........... BOYS' OVERALLS, Sizes 22 to UK. per pair..... 50c 50c Men's Straw Hats Stiff brims, to clear al each STRAW HATS. Soft 17 p brims. I'roni 1 3C MEN'S 'PANAMA An J-A HATS. One price. Men's Odd Pants In tweeds and worsteds, nice pa Herns and nicely fin- VALUES Clearing at VALUES (Hearing at VALUES Clearing at and 55.50 VALUES (Hearing at 1 Flour, IT. B. Oo.'s Seal of Quality 49 Jb. sack Ib. suck 3.25 Flour. Our Best Ib. sack 98 Ib. suck 3.00 Kollert 8lb. sack 33c 20 Ib. sack ___ Lard o'uarantced finest n r Shredded, peril) CREAMETTES, nr 2 piickeis EGGS, guaranteed OfJ per doz tjUC BACON, finest Peameul- ail Hack, per Ib L 1 C OX TONGUE, sliced en per Ib JUC COOKED HAM, sliceil 1 n tier Ib. 40C CORNED BEEF, sliced per 11, 4UC ORANGES, JA per doz 30c 'tUC RED CURRANTS, -I DUTCH CLEAN- or" SER, tins LUXl H. B. Co.'B a good liquor-ins toa. OH 3 Ibs ipliUU H. B. Co.'s llousebold Blond A A :t Ibs .pl.Ulf SEEDED RAISINS, 11 02. nn pkts.. 3 pkts fciJC CURRANTS, -I r per packet IOC SHREDDED WHEAT, o C RICE, 1 [J per packet 1 v C PUFFED WHEAT 1 O New Trans- or parent, Ibs 5 Ib.s 10 Ibs SALMON, finest B. C. -I n Hed, per tin nn each 15c packet i. M C GRAPENUTS, J per packet i iC KR1NKLE CORN on FLAKES, 4 pkts 4.3C POTATO FLOUR, -1 r Barllett, in per doz SALMON, finest Sock- OP eye. 2 tins SOAP, 'C'A. 1 1 bars U C ROVAL CROWN. packets GOLDEN WEST WASH- IMG POWDER, 2 pkts. Pure ORANGE MARMA- n O LADE, 1 Ib. jars iJC PINEAPPLE or GRAPEFRUIT MARMALADE, 07 1 ib jars a I O Strawberry, Raspberry Black Currant, all with ir apple, 4 Ib. pails TO n 4 v S BA i CO. PHONE 1224 Pumps. Regular Gun .Melal J.1.00. Clearing at 2 Strap White Canvas Slipper. Regular iM fC Clearing at Ladies' Lace and Button Hoots. In gumnetal and patent leathers. Values to fro nf Clearing al.........ipO.I J Sale Now On! Closes July 22 Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Good are holi- daying at Didsbnry. They motored up on Wednesday. Mrs, Edward McDonald of Coleumn is visiting Airs. Jas. Hilling for the week-end. a f 9 Mrs. JGH. Hose and children am" JMrs. J. Henderson and children will "spond the at, Banff. Mrs. A. J. Link and daughters of j Mirror Lake, B. C., are spending a 'couple oC months with relatives in j Washington and Montana.- Miss May Campbell, who lias spent ithe past, few weeks at Banff and Cal- 'gary. returned to visit with her sister, 'Mrs. Edgar. i________________________ The regular meeting' of Alexander Gait chapter of the I.O.D.E. will be held this evening at 8 o'clock' in the Y.M.C.A. The executive will meet at 7.30. Mr. and Mrs. JVHufner and daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Livingstone and family, and Mr. and Mrs. John Livingstone and family motoreU to Banff, where they will'spend'a'two weeks' holiday. .Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ten-ill- and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bawden .have returned from a two weeks' holiday at Banff and Laggan. While there they motor- I HOW GOOD FLOUR I ISMLED j The Necessity of Careful Selection Avenue 8. Next to Ko.yal BnnK I Tliere uru many different kinds of i flour. The best hind of flour foi bread baking is milled from only the i hearts of the choicest, bread wheat grown. The kernels are thoroughly cleaned, tempered, ground into bits of machinery, sifted again and again through finest silk sieves until every particle of dust, dirt, fluff or lint is rcmovnil. Inferior flours, of course, do not receive sucli attention. Brom is then madn from the flour at t'.io mill in order to thoroughly test it be- fore marketing. Ogilvic's Hoyal Household is a sample of this superior flour. H is milled from the hearts of the finest, fattest wheat berries grown, by the most modern milling methods known to scicncu. Liucaiisc of its purity and uniformity, and tho fact that it bakes such big, wholesome, creamy-while loaves it has come to ho the most, popular flour in the west. Hundreds of housewives for these reasons would order no othur flour from their led to Castle Camp and were the first ;party to make the trip by automobile. Yesterday at 5 o'clock in the jnoon the marriage was solemnized at Kuox manse. Lethbridge, of Miss Thefsa Gladys Hubbard, ol! Virden, Man., to Mr. Richard Victor Turner, of Coutts. Miss Hubbard arrived from Virden yesterday. The young couple will reside on Mr. Turner's ranch at Coutts. Farmers at Sackville, N. B., are be- coming alarmed at the disastrous in- vasions of the army worm. and other Liver Troubles The astonishing elFicacy of Dr. Cassell'a Instant Relief is due to its toning effect upon the liver and bowels. It gives strength to the organs and helps thorn back to health and. natural action. 'In other words it enables the system to cure itself. Don't weaken your liver with purgative pills or morning suite, don't get the salts- taking habit: let Dr. Cassell'a Instant Relief bring you natural and therefore lasting cure. Dr. CHAS. F. FORSHAW, D.8c., F.R.M.8., aweH-known British Scwnfist, Ncvw iake Satins or Pureitivu for ConstipatiM-M force Bowel action is to aggravate the frouMt and create the Constipation hafeH. I recom- mend as a superior and convenient treatment Dr. Caswli's Instant Relief." Price 50 cents, from all Druggists and Storekeepers, or direct from tho Solo Auonts for Canada. Harold F. Hitcliio atid Co.. Ltd.. 10, M'Oaul-etreet, Torontci.i War tni 2 centa extra. Or Cassell's Instant Relief is the preparation to Dr. CasseH'e Tablets, Solo Proprietors: Ur. Castell'i Co., Ltd. England, r. Cassell's ;