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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FHIIMY, .IDLY 21, 1910 Tin7; DAILY PAGE SEVEN Your child gets the same good, service here that you yourself would get. ATTRACTIVE PRICES For the Week End for the Particular and Economical Housekeeper. Sterns Canned Ileai Devices A NEW BURNING HOUSEHOLD FUEL CANNED HEAT, per tin 15c, 50c NICKEL STERNS STOVE STERNS 7 p I3C NICKEL STERNS STOVE NICKEL STERNS KETTLE d> 1 Cfl ONE OF THESE OUTFITS FOR LIGHT COOKING, PICNICS, CAMPING, ETC. Tomatoes, fancy hothouse, per Ib.................. 25c Celery, fancy white B. C. 2 fbs. for 25c New Green Apples, per box New Green Apples, 3 Ibs. for 25c Head Lettuce, per head 10c New Potatoes, 4 Ib3. for 25c Cucumbers, 15c Cantaloupes 15c and 20c Lemons, large size, per doz. 35c Oranges, per doz, 30c, 35c, 45c PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US FOR PRESERVING RASPB E R R I E S, SOUR CHERRIES, BLACK RED CURRANTS, GOOSEBER-' RIES. PRICE GUARAN- TEED. Plums, red, blue or green, for eating, 2 Ibs........ 25c Red Currants, small basket 10c basket 6Qc Strawberries, 2 for 25c Per case Raspberries, 2 for 25c Per case Gooseberries, large baskets 50c Summer Drinks Rose's Lime Juice, 35c and 45c Welch's Grape Juice, 10c, 25c, 50c and 85c Orangeade, per bottle 20c Holbrook's Crystallized Fruit Juice, makes three quarts instantly, per tin lOc Raspberry Vinegar, large bottle, each............ Kkovah Granular Lemonade, large tin, each 25c Health Salts, 2 tins for-----25c Cerebos Health Salts, per bottle 45c Roast Pork with Dressing, per 40c Boiled Ham, per ib....... 40c Peamealed Back Bacon, per Ib.................. 30c Tea Tetley's Golden Tip. per !b. BOc Ridgeway's 5 o'clock, per fb. 60c Kerr's Special, a delicious blend, noted for its high quality and fine flavor, ..per Ib, Deoknjtilia, an extra high gnde tea 'rom the World's finest ten gardens, excep- tional value, ptr Ib. GOc Coffee Our Ideal Blend, blended with the idea of giving a coffee both rich in flavor and strength, extra value, three" Ibs. for 51.00 Braid's Best, per tin 45c George Washington, 45c, 75c, and Tuxedo, per Ib........... 45c Libby's Pork and Beans, on sale this week, 2 for----- 25c Salmon, finest red, per tin 25c Catsup, Delhi on sale, per bottle 15c Roman Meai, per pkg. 25c Health Biscuits, per pkg. 15c McLaren's Salad Cream 15c Tuxedo Baking Powder, 16 oz. tins, on sale 20a Corn Flakes, 3 pkgs. for 25c Jello Powders, six for 55c Stove Polish, Black Knight, on sale this week 3 tins for 25c Tanglefoot, four double sheets for 10c Flycatchers, 3 coils for 10c Wilson's Fly Poison, pkg. 10c Ice Cream Powder, Jello 15c Biscuits, Christie's Arrow- root, per1. Ib............ 25c Pickles in Bulk, Sweet, Mus- tard, Sweet, "Mixed, pint 20c Pickles, Heinz Sweet Gerklns per doz. 18c Symington's Pea Flour, per tin 25c Evaporated Logan Berries, per package 20c Macedoines, French mixed vegetables, 2 tins-for 55c Soups, Snider's Tomato, large tins, each .....___ I5c Soups, all flavors, etc., Campbell's and Hcinz's, per tin I5c Rennet or Junket Tablets, two tubes for 25c Fruit Jars, Gem. pints, doz. 85c Fruit Jars, Gem qts. Fruit Jsrs, Perfect Seal, pint, doz. Fruit Jars, Perfect Seal quarts Perfect Seal, Jar rings, 4 doz. for 25c Parowax, per pkg....... 15C Malt Vinegar, per bottle 2Cc Macaroni, 5 Ib. boxes ___ 40c Soap Specials R.C., G.W., 2 pkgs. for 45c Sunlight, 11 bars for 50c Pels Naptha, per carton 70c Creoline, 8 cakes for 25C Goid per cake 5c Pure Soap, regular 4 for 25c, on sale 6 for 25c Soap Flakes, 3 pkgs. for 25c Palmolive Soap; 2 cakes for 25c Olive Oil and Cucumber, 8 cakes for.......... 25c Witch Hazel, 2 boxes for 45c Alberta Shaving sticks, reg- ular 25c, pn sale this week 15c Royal Crown Lye, per tin 10c Washing Powders, Royal Crown, Golden West, two packages for 45C GEO. KERR CO. Family Grocers and Provision Merchants Teas and Coffees PROMPT DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY PHONE 1453 AND 1363. 313 5TH STREET S. IOHN D. WORTH OVER A BILLION Cleveland, July of existence of n balmice shoot, com- 'ailed ten days ago. on the occnHion of RIDGWAY RESIGNS WOT SUFFER WITH BJCKJGHE, OR RHEUMATISM Now? Lttlcr TtUa of Datr i can do an' thc world for otlicra, I wish to do it, and I feel tlnil it it) my duty to write about tlii) wonderful results 1 received from tho of'' Anuric." 1 wus from kidney und bladder troubles, sen Id Ing buckiichd und rheumatism, und ami ankles swelled that ut tinuis t could not wiiHj v.'iLhout, asslf-tanco. IJtid difl'urent kinds of kidney h-modioa but nil fulled. X'sont for a box of Dr. Pierce's newest dls- which 1 rocelvctl by mall in tfiblnt form. 1 soon bettor and am convinced that this popular jfosted with 'stink' new inmlic'iho' is youil. I wihh to rou- omnicnd IL to ?iiy und every- body suffurlng from such troubles. MllS. M. J. iSAIlOENT. hi (lie LothbridKf: and CouMnln irri- gated dlBtrlcL alrc.'iily in- This was tho qUKHtion propoinulcd by K. H. Dun- hain, vice-iirosidcnt of UnitOfl NOT SETTLE i Kticliaiit, July to th" FreoburKer rutni'iiud on i Friday from a. trip to Letlibridge, Cal- .vary and 1-Miiionlun. While; at tho capital Jit the fair. HiikkiMi was thrown rom Ottawu. Julv 20.-TIH! National Lib-i night un.l was i InrtunaU; to Itroak his cuHjir Hi MS bon NOTE: You've :ill undoubtedly heard j of UHI famous Dr. Picreo and his woll- i known 'mwlidnos. Well, tiiki proscrlp- I tion is OIHJ that 1ms been successfully iisud for many yoara by thc physicians and specialists :tt Or. I'iurco's invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, of Buffalo, N. Y., for kidney complaints, and dis- eases arising from disorders of tin; kid- ucya and bladder, such as backache, weak back, rheumatism, dropsy, conges- tion of the kidnr.ys, iiitlammaUon of the bladder, scalding urine, and urinary troubles. Up to this time, "Anuric" has not been on salo to the public, but by tho "icrsuasion of many patients and the ireused demand for this wonderful Farmers of Aibqrta, (o Herald re- porter this morning. said: "Yesterday those present :it the convent-'being kept clear of the seed, ion will be lion. IJunran Marshall ofi "You will pardon me Cor these re- Alberta, Hon. W. II. MoUicrwell of marks, but I consider the matter of Saskatchewan, J. S, Dennis, of the such importance that some one should C. P. R., Calgary. call attention to Hie situation." 'assurance that alter the company sup- plies horse power they will not be asked for further supply. In re- turn for giving up horse power at per horse power, the company wants the assurance that no attempt will he made to have thc Dominion government block the exportation of another 50.000 liorse power, the bal-: ance of their total developments. Sir Adam further refuses to have, tho hydro system coupled up with the Canadian Niagara Power company iiii-j til the full details of the contract are: "set forth. Overland. .Mr. Mahoney. of Calgary, supt. of the Home Grain Co. spent Tuesday in Mrs. Dr. Woodcock gave a child- MILITARY HISTORIAN KILLED London, July Sir Foster Hugh ISgertoii Cunliffe, military his- torian has been killed in the fighting in France. Mapjor Cunliffe wrote the official history of the Boer war as weir as several bookfe on the present con-, flict. He was born, in 1875. C. P. R. STOCK New York, July last sale of Canadian Pacific railway today was at K Now York, July J. Uidg- way, editor-in-chief of tho Hutterick publications, which include Evory- ?ohn n. -Rockefeller's 77t.h hlrthdny, the tho Magazines anil !fti'S, is sold to ho In the of iBnUorlck company, has resigned from yaliogn counly authorities, both positions, ON the main line of the Canadian .Pacific Hallway, is a little town crowded in between the Thomp- son River ant] the tracks of steel that span a1 continent and a Dominion. it's time table name is tue southern doorway of a famous -Uritish Columbian region known as the Cariboo country. For nearly se- ven hundred miles northward the route extends, for long years one of the most picturesque stage routes of the continent, a route operated by the "B as the British Columbia Ex- press Company is locally known. For many a long year the stages and freighters climbed the hills, and crept, fto, rather galloped down grade, on this ii7ique eight- horso freight ,teams and capacious stage coaches drawn by the pick of thc stables. But to-day tho automobile has in- vaded this mountain realm and there are still traditions of what happened j and what was said when the Guggen- heimer copper kings sent In the first j motor car and had a tight for the right of way on a narrow bit ot road with a huge freighter. It was a bat- tle royal, chiefly in the language of western type! I know of no roadway in all Canada that offers a greater variety of human interest. Nature IB revealed in an In- finite variety scenery as she ex- hibits her varied moods. Shacks of the old-timers survive alongside of J; comfortable modern homesteads. a semi-arid hill bears only sago brush, there an irrigation ditch has turned a desert Into a garden. Near- by is a beautiful stream, opening in- to a series of lakes, while a few miles along tho way cascades Jcap from the upper levels. Indian villages alter- nate with tho white man's anil tho Oriental looks at you from his shop or laundry or cook place. It is a meeting place of thu nations is this 'Cariboo road, Kvcry mile is. reminiscent of tho gold rush of the when thou- sands of adventurers, afflicted with "Jhe narrowing lust for pono- trntid' the, wilderness frp'ai which few o.i-r cmoj-ged. Legend and irnscdy told mineral wealllC "Porcsi3: clothe (1) An Old Time Coach. (2) Ash'croft, B.C. (3) Tht Old Cariboo Trail. abound in the tales of the old-timfcrs. (is tho lonely am! neglected graves, odd their pathetic note. Ono douliU if there Is another stretch of country in Canada's far- flung urea that Is miite no trail. many a hillside. Thriving farms aro. appearing In fertile pockets in the Valleys, a large aggregate of business Is transacted along the route and the entire region affords an frieal. and unique route for the traveller who la. looking for new A Wonderful Not only there's "life" in Grape-Nuts Try this experiment yourself. Take some Grape- Nuts direct from the pncknge. Hold (lie granules in the pulnt of your hand under sunlight or an electric bulb. You will notice tiny shining particles of light on the starch of the grains transformed. Then do the same with some other prepared any other prepared food. You don't see these glistening particles. "There's a Reason" The wonderful wonderful nourislinieiiLin this great food is due to the fact that in addition to the sweetness of (lie whole wheat is ronihined the delicate llavor and food value of malted barley. This gives Grape-Nuts two great fac.lors that no mere wheat food can possess. The delicious zest of malt- ed barley imparts a .savor that is universally -liked; and beyond INI, Hie barley contains a in wheat) which, with long baking, transforms the starch of these full grains into a form of sugar vJhich shows on the golden-brown granules. If you haven't tried Gniiic-Nuts food you have a treat in store. It not only appeals to the appetite but is a powerful rebiiilder for body and brain. Made in Canada Sold by Grocers Canadian Postum Cereal ;