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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JITNB 2S, 1915 THE tETHmtlDGB HEUAtB PAGB When You Think of Groceries Think of KEEK'S SPECIAL PRICES UliLIOHT 80AP OIL OUTFIT BUTTER Oflp .tar 11 tars for WVW VORY SOAP C. B. ODft On salo SOW 11 liars lor www c. SOA.P ARr .2 packages for ELS NAP SOAP at lowest price. CAULIFLOWER Large white, 20 and., AMI 97P In Una, 2 tins for fc 1 BUCKWHEAT FLOUR 1 Per package 1 "T W 10. ban for VW SOAP 8 bars for Extra long, 30 and... BEANS; LIBBY'S-stze 25c Llbby'i OCft 4-argn on sale fcWV Llbby'> Cherries pCft Largo tiun, on sale are doe to ad- OR ft vance. Our price CwU SWIFT'S JtLLIED TONGUE; pec pound 4 Oft The gravy maker SYMINGTON'S PEA FLOUR; on sale fc 1 W SPANISH PIMENTOS O9f> PICKLES; C. D. extra fine Reg. 86u; on sate... 99 w CAMEMIERT CHEESE Cftft ZlgZag A. A disinfectant that will kill all 1 Cn Per package 1 V W Per bottle fcWW C. LYE -JQC JEEF TEA; Brand's Ragular 30c, on sa.10. fcwv united Hyglantc 4 AM i 2s tins, each 1 UV tin EGGS; guaranteed strictly fresh 45 C Better than lard, each wUv PUFF RICE 1 tins, 2 for CwU 1 Frache's Fancy Hot House LEMONADE POWDER PEAS 4 BEANS CARROTS, NEW TUR- Eiffel Tower C3C 3USTARD POWOSR: Foster Clark's, regular 30o; n On sale CREAM Reg. 10c[ on sale E. D. SMITH'S CATSUP NEW BEETS, GREEN ONIONS, RADISHES AND LETTUCE at lowset possible prices. CRYSTAL DAIRY or CARD- Buy now. Prices advanced ,40o SALAD CREAM CREAMERY EQp BUTTER; 2 pounds. 9Ow case. Old prices at our store, Per dozen 35 MUSTARD size COOKED OX TONGUE Regular 70o Cflx On sale 200, Mo. 30c and WWU FLOOR GQp WAX, on sale RADISH Home made, pint sealer selt-wrlnger; CAn Reg. on sale each 9Uw GEN. VON SANDERS German commander of the Turks reported wounded at tlio Dardanelles. Watch Our Windows, duality Talks. This Advertisinent is good for one week; cut it out for reference. GEO. KERR CO Phone 1453. 313 Fifth Street South. MS OF i Our Refutation in Sau- sage is Still Maintained Pure Pork Sausage, 20c lb. 2 Ibs for 35c No. 1 Dairy Butter, 2 Ibs. 45 cents THE WESTMINSTER MEAT MARKET PHONE 10SS MR. JUSTICE JAME6 MACLENNAN Retired judge of the Canadian Su- preme Court who is dea'd in his 82ad New President of Red Cross Society .at Pincher Creek Pmcher Greek Jimp >2 -Owing to the resignation as president of Mrs (Col A C Kenimis on iccount ol ill health, a special meeting of the executive committee of the Pmcher Cre-k blanch of the Red Crow held on fridai last The lesipiation wab accepted nith much regret ns tht work has gone on most under Mrs Rein mis capable management. first JIrs R 0 wife of Maior Allison was elected to the piesidenM, whlLh makes, it quite assured that the good woik Mill be carried on as usual Of the great numbers of student1! trjrag tno higher grade examinations there are thjrtv nine imdergoint, the ordeal in the public sctiool here Mr nruicipul of Blairraare school is presiding AUCTION SALE Saturday Afternoon Next Jnne 26th at 2 o'clock prompt at No. 1221 7th ______ South FRANK WADD1NU1UN HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE BnSi-t, Dining with Coil Spring? and Mittrwi, firpet OW.Ci-11 One of the local boys is :l pri- vate in the 31st Battalion, writes home from the "Carpathia" telling of his experiences on the trip from Cal- gary, m? iiatiaiiim trained, across the continent and the Atlantic. Ho'writes as fo'ilows: "We left Calgary on the C.X.R. At Manila the band turned out to meet us, and they gave us alt kinds of smokes. Bill Bryan got fifty packets of Player's cigarettes. We arrived in Winnipeg at night and. nf course, were not allowed off the train. We went over the.G.T.P. from Winnipeg 'to Fort William, a very pretty scenic route, but a slow trip. Al Fort Wil- liam we got a reception; the station .was full of people. They took the I boys out for a little exercise and marched them through tile town. I was on guard, so bad to stay with the train and got all kinds of cigarettes, candy and papers from the girls. We loft Fort William on the C.P.R. How- ever we only got to the head of North Hay, when they switched us over to the" C.T.P., which took us io Montreal. We stayed off at Sudbury and had a waU Ihiough -We stayed over about half an hour in Montreal and took a walk through the back alleys. We went over the C.N.R. from Montreal to Quebec, where we set .sail. i The feeding on the train was a joke. The C.N.R. certainly nid us fine Butter Specials for the Week-End Special Farmers Dairy -2 Ibs. 45c Consigned to us by the Best Butler Makers in the South Country. No. 1 Dairy per lb., 20c Finest Cooking Butter I5c Crystal Creamery Butter 30c Shamrock Creamery Butter, 2 Ibs 65c The Best on the market Meat Specials You are protetert by the Pure Food of Canada, when you buy at any of our Markets. CHOICE SPRING LAMB f CHOICE SPRING VEAL FRESH KILLED FOWL PRIME BEEF AND MUTTON P. BURNS COMPANY LIMITED. Main Avenue South. Phones 412 and 1388. Dominion Market-Corner 4th Avenue and 6th St. S. .Phone 16o4. Palace Street North.. Phone 431. ger zone. AM boats are strung ont; guards are stationed with rifles to shool at the submarines. with water. Expect to be in. port this morning. I heard we hart a nar- row shave last night. ,We nearly ran W Hn..rf.v 2Sth I SM" mounted on deck, and guir'ls with loaded rifles -everywhere. We thing." Apparently this last was written on NEW NEWSPAPER DIRECTORY It is now nearly a quarter of a ceh- iury since Mr A AIcKim who es tablisheu the first .independent ad- vertising agency in this country; completed the rather ambitious task of publishing the first directory of. Canadian publications. The" nine successive editions of this .valuable work provide the1 molt complete >nd detailed record available of the growth of Canadian periodicals. The 1815 edition, of which the Herald has just received a copy, shows that, the great war has not ser- iouily affected the newspapers of Ca nada. While the birth-rate of new publications lias recenpd a check and the death-rate ot the weak .ones has oerhaps increased a trifle, most of the leadins particularly the daflies, very healthy in creases in circulation. Three metro, politan dailies have reached fir, pass ed the nundred thousand maik A census of the papers listed and described in the. 1915 Directory, shows 150 dailies 7 til weeklies semi wee tiles 1065 weeklies about 40 bi-weeklies or semi-month lies. 250 monthlies, 3 bi-monthlies and 18 total of over loTo publications This means, approximately, one daily to everv 10 000 fanuhea tn.c one weekly to 1500 familiel From thii one would infer that for a comparatii el> new couutrv, Canada is well read. A. MoKim, Limited, report the us ual keen demand for the, Canadian Newspaper DtreUon Its ledhaild ied gold stamped green has hi. tome a familiar sight ou "IP de k "i publishers and Business men eienwheie who are Interested In Canada. f Uhe grub line. 1 was lucky: 1 sot a bunk -nith a pal of mine in a ciish- loneil sleepei. AH the others had to sleep on the bare slats. We had only diners for 500 men, and one ot tliese was held for the officers anu sergeants, and the other for the men., I The diner held 75 at a sitting, so you i Can imagine the crush Mr meals. I was very glad .to get on board the Carpathia at Quebec, as it was al- most Impos ible to set a wash on the train ell I guess jou remember this old 'tub. This is the boat that went to the Titanic's rescue. We have on board 2860 souls, and are packed like sardines, so I guess we will have a swell don't think! So far 1 have not seen any escort, and we are all bv our lonesome. I saw a cruiser in the harbor at Quebec, and j we took a naval officer off her. I i sm writing this in my bunk with life-belt for a table, so you .Trill ex-j o'us'e the scrawl. The weather so far has been dandy. The first few days i some of the boys were a bit sick, but thej are al! right now. The food is I ro'ten J c-m't eat it. I never saw such mncK as they give us; the but- ter smells like bad eggs, and we get Stale bread and wet. spuds, and the meat i e poor." He describes the accommodation on the boi> as very uncomfortable, especially ii night when the port- holes aie closed, and all lights put out to hide the whereabouts of the ship from the enemy. He, says fur- j are not allowed. to smoke on neck at night, and no lights are shown at all. Thursday, 27th "Have to take our life hells around with us all the time now, even into meals Also our water bottles tilled p the day before the Carpathia reached Enjfland. .V. A. Jordan, of Slurjeon Falls, Ont., has been appointed a school in- spector tor -York County, Ont GOVERNMENT CONTROLS CROPS Berlin, via London, Juno Federal Council has declared void atl contracts of sale affecting the 3015 harvest of rye, wheat, spelt, and oats and also crude sugar, so tar- the contracts call for fulfilment af- ter August 31. The order indicates that these commodities are to remain the control of the Empire until tlie end of. the war. W. H. Harrison, one ol Brockvillc's leading merchants, is dead e get two hours' physical it is comical to see us roll- Result eryw herP, and guarantee Ilexall Orderlies a? safe laxative Sold onlv bi J D Co. Liinitefl the Hexal] Stole JOc 25c and oOc (Advertisement. the, late College, relict qf I'rmcnul binrlini; o' ttcbl Wiiihif is dead tliei ing aiound when the old tub takes a roi 1 wont to get to Eng- lanB W e have boat drill daily. Wo are all assigned to places in the boats, but I bet there are not enough boats to take care of us ai'l. I am not a bit scared of being sunk, but you nev- er knou We have a big cargo on board including and 1 heal she is loaded .to capacity, and draws J3 feet of water. They have a ven smill crew on board; and -all the doming etc., is done by the sol- diers. Sunday, May 23 p ba% e orders today not to shave our uiwr 'lips. The 27th from Win-! pipes are with us. and we have also 60 men from the Borden Automobile Batters from Toronto, of our fellows, Private .SinmiE, jumped overboard about 5 o'clock this morning There was a swell on at the time and thej could find no trace of him. He was mentally de- ranged and was under guard. He asUed to so UP'on deck for a smoke and broke fiuffi-the guards leapt ei the port side of the boat. 1 thought that on account of this i S we set a good mei1 but my hopes were dash- ed more dirty hash. -My. diet con- sists of hreitl and coffee. We kick io the hut they look at it and It looks all right: I wish they had to taste it. Monday, 24th This is Empire Day, so we had a holiday. It rained morning, clear- ed up in the afternoon, and we had deck snorts for. a'bougie ot hours: Tuesda 'Evidently we It is therefore our endeavor to have a system of buying that will secure the choicest the market produces. Then our facilities for handling meats are such as to insure cleanli- ness, Our cold storage plant with five compartments en- ables us to keep all our meats fresh and sweet. You're al- ways sure of the quality at our shop. A full line of Fresh and Cooked Meats for tomorrrow. We will appreciate your order. DELANYS LIMITED PHQNE 452 Your Telephoiie Order Will Bring the Choicest LAMB, VEAL, MUTTON, BEEF PORK for Your Sunday Dinner We're Imihlins business by Phone with Good Service (-hat: arc always the Highest in Quality but in Price. and Meats The Alberta Meat Market The Highest in Qnality, But Not in 4Sfc ;