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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta New Arlington Hotel European, 50c up LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD f Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel in Mberta aim Two brands with but a single Pride of Alberta and Mother's Favorite Taylor Made Flour Better Bread Saturday Specials We have just had another large shipment of STRAWBERRIES and we another shipment morrow morning, bwides a shipment of RING CHERRIES should arrive tomorrow noon, and-a full line of other FRUITS and VEGETABLES. MAGftATH CREAMERY made, finest quality, per pound...............30c H Market Price. BING pound...............20c large shipment to arrive Hie -beginning or next week, lor .canning; per '-'0-lb. case.. lnree B. C.'s: nbthhlR finer grown anywhere: quart'baskets-----16c Order these now for preserving. Nexl week should be tlio ie-st Him- to Jireserre Lowest raorHet price per case. COTTAGE in 2 pounds for ...........................35c FRESH DAIRY pound .......25c FRESH dozen......25c and 30c SOUR CHE-RRIES FOR ship- ment to arrive next wee-k. OKDEK NOW. Lorsst market price for preserving. A FULL LINE OF ALL KINDS OF FRESH GOODS FOR TOMORROW. Office: THE GOOD CO. Store HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 525 Flowen, Potted Plants, Vegetables The diiiens of Let-hbridce arc not j-pnerallr aware that there exists a civic industry that lias attained a re- markable success within the past two or three years, aao wlnoll 14 saving the city, a deil of money- m The upkeep of its parks and boule- vards. This is the city nursery, at the exhibition grounds, in charge 01 J H .Mitchell, from which from lime, to time tbe trees, sivrobs ana flowers of the beautiful Gait gardens, the other parks, and the -boulevards, are renlenishcd.. The fact about the city nurs-rv is that, 'it has been developed such an client that it is unneces- iarv now for tlie city to send out- side for anything in this line requited at ihe various parks and on tht boulevards, save of course, the differ- ent varieties of seed needed. Propa- "ation from trees and plants and shrubs grown, .risht-at the nursery has been carried on with such suc- that all demands on the nursery filled quite easily at any time. An Expert Mr. Mitchell, who "has brought the nursery to such a state of efficiency, is-an'expert nurseryman with wide He it was who laid out florists Frache Bros. Bait gardens originally, and their be.iutiiul appearance today is tiie re- sult of the care and attention he lives than.-and are an outstanding entuiple too, of what is being: aecero- plished by the city nursery. Tbe nursery covers something ovtr S acres of ground, at. -Mitchell has at present there, some 9 varieties of evergreens, 11 varieties of ttees. 13 varieties of starubs. and 38 varieties of perennials and biennials. In Re-ran- ituns atone co ha'sia total of MS7 Dlpnts with 20 represented. JJtilllla lilLli f His easing, plants number two. t( 5mgl! Maze had started in Last ial! the total value of stulf dre9Ses hansUs too near the at the nursery was S9121.90, stove in tlie ejtjblisunient. TBe trees and shrubs totalling in value was slljht. CITY AND DISTRICT Liquor Act As a matter or convenience to the public copies of the Liquor Act to be voted on next July 2J. may be had at the Board of Trade, the Lethbridse Telegram and the LBtibrilise Herald. Small Blaze Central fire station'had a call from D. the Tailor yesterday afternoon, for I Sii592.oO. Some idea of what f nursery supplies is given by statement that this year th the the have IncrsaM Capacity Delany's Limited have increased statement mat inis veai tuotc nan ueiany s IJUUILCU been 9H trees, 50 ihrubs, M15 refrigerator capacity during tne i. ...-.i k t. nnit an-___. ......I. Tirtii- "iiovlnr seven C01U- eunials and 'biertnia'iE. and rSOO an- nuals plaated from tlie nursery in parks and on boulevards. A total 01 cuttings have been planted in the nursery this spring, and_ all are having a healthy- growth, a is a treat for. sore, eyes to view the nur- sery in its present condition. When'the-tkne comes for the u-ork lot beautifying the bants oi Hender- json late to-fe through, the I city nursery will be able to furnish I all" the treeE.aod. shruhs. necessary. CHARLES. CKAPLiN'. AGAIN AT 1 i The Empress Has secured an ex- iceptionaHy good two part Keystone, featurine Charles Chaplin, for tonight and tomorrow. Don't miss this, as it is one of the best comedies ever pro- past week, now seven com- partments for butter, egss. lull, fresh meats, poultry, etc. Xo is now necessary around the plant. Large Shipments- of -Livestock Burns Co.. Ltd.. shipped nine dou- ble-decked cars of sheep from Ma- grath during the last few days. Ail of the shipments were bought from K. W t J. Bradshaw. Mr. McLennan from Calgary took OTM- the stock. Visit of Labor Lead.rs Mayor Hardie has received a letter from the British labor leaders, at pre- sent in Calgary, that they will not visit Letlibridge until their return from the coast, when they will Make a section of the mechanics who have offered themselves here for worx in the old land. GEO. KERR CO HIGH-CLASS GROCERS PROVISION MERCHANTS Tomatoes; fancy hot house; pfcr pound Cauliflower, large.white 20o sUid Per pound Turnips; new Per Beets; new Per pound Cabbage; new Per pound Asparagus; new Per pound Spinach; Per pound Cucumbers; long Oranges; per dozen 25c, 30c and Lemons; Per dozen Libby'c Pork and Beanc 2 for Sardines; finest Nor- wegian; 2 Uns...... Pickles: Red X. Sweet: Quart jars Tea; Our Special Blend Per pound Tea; Finest Deckajulle Per pound Corn Krinkle: 3 for............... Shredded Wheat Biscuit 2 for................ Durkee's Salad Dressing Sale price.......... R, C. Soap Flakes; Per package Waihtooard; Brass 1 ;Sale price Washboard; Glass Sale price 5c 4c 5c 5c 25c 30c 25e 256 25e 40c 40c Corn, and Per tin Tomatoes; tins for French Btant; Price each.. French Price each Toilet 8 cakes "for .Witch On sale Soap; 25e 15e 15c 25c tomato.C a tsu p f_ Smith's, pare; reg, 3Dc; on sale 25c 45c 106 50c Cherries; Per pound Fresh Per dozen......... Butter; Crystal. .Pajry Per pound Butter; Finest Dairy Per pound Boiled Ham; Per pouad Libby's Cooked Ox Tongue Salmon; Horseshoe Brand............ Canada First Milk; Per tin Horse Radish; Home made 256 4A.M- wlrV 5c 406 Coffee; Our special C< AA 3 pounds for W Lime Juice; Rose's; 35c, 45c and .___ Grape Juice; Armour's 25, 50 and Puff Rict; 2 for 85e 856 25e 65c; 55c 50c 15e Brooms; regular On sale Brooms; Hair; reg. on sale Mop; self-wringer; Reg. on sale... V. C. Hominy; Price each Zig-Zag Cheese; Per pousd.......... Breakfast Special; 2 for Stilton Per tin............. Swift's Jellied Tongue; Per pound......... Bananas; Per 'dozen Fancy Mixed Candy; Per pound Cowan's Milk Chocolate Sticks; 3 for H. and P. Nureery Biscuits K. A. C. Disinfectant..... Matchless Stove Polish Slack Knight Stove Polish; 3 for Home Oil Outfit Sale price Sharwood Mango Chut- reg. GOc, on sale McLaren's Salad Cream Sale price fiUIr McLaren's Peanut But- ter; sale yrice. Brant's Beef Sale price B. Powder; Sale price Strawberries Onions, Radishes, Lettuce at 1 dwelt market prices. 25c 25c 10c 45c 15e 5c 25c 25c 25c Phone 1453 313 5th St. S- Prompt Delivery to all parts of the city SATURDAY SPECIAL Lethbridge-made Chocolates lOc per 1-4 lb. The Red Cross Drug Back Co., Limited Third Ave. 8. Do Your Feet Perspire? ft you would have your feet in, cool, and fomfoft'able, use Foot Powder Wlien dusted on- o the feet or in ihoes and stook- ngs this special- y .prepared anti- septic :povvder .will "I revent friction Allay irritation a. Absorb moisture. 25c a packnge. Little Chicks Require Help During Cool Weather We have the help. Have you got the chicks? We Carry: REGULATOR RUSK'S CHICK FOOD PRATTS BABY CHICK FOOO MEAT SCRAP LOUSE POWDER LEO BANDS. PRICKS RIGHT AT IS HARRY SANE? Albany, N.Y., June Court of Appeals today uphold the order of the Supreme Court Justice Peter A. Hendrick di- recting: a jury trial to test the sanity of Harry K. Thaiv. just how good a cook you are, unless you have used THE BULLETIN BOARD Notlcei for Column ihould reach Office befora 12 o'clock noon on the dny of publication Flour and Cereal Mill-Workers meet tonight at S o'clock in the Trades Labor hall. Special business and all members are asked to attend. Says Bulgaria Has Come to Agreement London, June are in circulation in this city today that Bulgaria has come tp an agreement with tbe quadruple entente. These re- ports lack confirmation, although the buoyanCD of the Petrograd bourse is taken in London as an indication that important events are near at hand. Cariyie Ice Cream Pure, Always tlie same- Rich, Wholesome, Delicious Qt. Brick 60c Per gal. The Crystal Dairy Limited Cor. 13ih Street i 6th Ave. PHONE 1576 t. f.. 'TO CELEBRATE DOMINION DAY George Ilarwood, farmer, o[ Syden- Ont., died suddenly as a result of being struck in the hcnd and body SIFTONS SUED FOR PROFIT ON ARMY HORSES Ottawa, Ont., June Percy Shaver of Ottawa has entered suit against -Sir Clifford Sifton. John W. Sifton and the Standard Bank of Ca- nada, claiming a share of the profits derived from the purchase of horses for the French government. The amount of the profits is not stated. The Standard Bank 'Comes into the case from the fact that the money passed through it. Mayor Hnrdie has called a. public meeting for'Monday ev- euing in the Y.M.C.A. building, for the purpose of selecting a committee to iilKn a celebra- tion for Dominion Day here. All societies .'and organUV. lions are requested to ha.ve re- presentat'tves present nt this v meeting. If children are feverish, give a light laxative like Ilexall -Orderlies which often removes the cause. Sold only by .1. D. Higinbotham Co., Limited, The and 50c by a stick when he vras cutting wood. TRY THE North Market (Under Unity Hall) FOR YOUR Sunday Dinner A GOOD VARIETY OF MEATS AT CASH PRICES DRUOS AND STATIONERY. Lethbridae SATURDAY SPECIALS I.- Candy Special Fresh-made Cocoanut Kisses 25cfbcr BaHiiiias; largp sixe, .250 per "package' -10C Strawberries; (fxesh-) ,2 boxes: reaches; per dozen 40c 'Apricots-; per- pound PliiHis; per poiuul Four prisoatts csciped from Elgin countv jail, twei.ty-fsnr hours. Alhcrt Sladc, Joseph LeMatct, Nellie Uoie and Saturday Only We will sell Fresh-cut Carnations, 40c doz. Potted Plants 25c regular SOc Fresli 306; California Tomatoes..............25C Lemons; per dozen 25c Cueiimliers; loo and Lettuce, Kadislies, Onions. 20c Cooking Putter; 50 Ibs; 2 fts lor...35C Fresh Pajry pound.. JISC Creamery Butter; por pound 30C Place your orders for Strawberries (or next week H. A. MeKILLOP v Phones 1113 and 416 ;