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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGB DAILY TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1915 Holiday Specials KERR'S GROCERY FANCY HOT HOUSE TOMATOES; per ib ORANGES: por dozen 25c 30c 25c LEMONS Per dwell CUCUMBERS, RADISHES. LETTUCE. ONIONS at lowefl market prices. WASHINGTON FIRST CANAOA MJLK 5c STRAWBERRIES. RASPBER- RIES, BLACK CURRANTS. GOOSEBERRIES al kytreBt maxteet prices. LIME JUICE Per bottle OfiABE JUICE Per'bortle ORANOCAOC BUTTER for........ PEANUT BUTTER On sale............. OOIW, BEANS eaca TOMATOES; 3s; 3 thu for........... TONGUE On sale ZIG JAG CHEESE i On C. 4 B. SWEET PICK- CM; per bottle LUMW TONOUe On LOBSTER X lite CHEESE On FANCY eiBCUITS Rsx.JS i 40; on sale FANCY MIXED pound.. E. D. SMITH1! CAT- SUP; oo 35c 25c 25c 58c 18c lOc 35c 25c 35c eoc 45c 35c 45c 35c 35c 30c 20c 18c Get. Phoue 1453. 313 5Mi STREET SOUTH, ALFALFA KI F This i! a busy, day in Hie liflds oi southern Alberta. A o! farmers have been nibbtinp oft and .on, during the past two or MUM weeks of rainy weather, but tte al- falfa harvest, proper coumiencwl to- ,lav. And what a lull l-not tban VO 000 acies ol the iiiieen 01 rotl- dsr crop's which means at'loast twen- tv-five thousand'tons of alfalfa bay. the greater part of which growers in- tend to turn into beef and pi'.'k and milk and butter right on their own i-arins. What is left will be shipped as unual to Winnipeg, ui northern Al- berta, to the KootcnaT ami llounaary countrr and even (for the feme o southern Alberto alfalfa has spread to Vancouver and either dust-ant points. Until ouiM recently the export mar- ket was confined lo a tew pro.iressive dairies along the Crow, but a third ot last year's went for horses a'nd hogs, and this year it is expected tbat this proportion sill be increased as the present price oi all o'ther protein feeds compel liorse on n- ers especially to brtak away from grandfather's prejudice in favor of timothy hay and via to alfalia which 'is the only hay on which a borse CM do a reasonable amount 01 work without any grain or the heav-, lest work on a .grain ration. In this connection the following is quoted from U. S. Department of AII-' riculture Bulletin No. 338 iol- iows: 'H Italia may tod to horses both 'in the green state and as hay. in- stances are on record where horses have performed heavy work during the summer season on notbmg buv green alfalfa. There is a prejudice i tbe part of liverymen against alialia and in favor of grass iar, to the laxative eftect of the alialia. Many that the kidneys are un- Siv stimulated by Alfalfa, but this not appear to be well sabiwn- tiated erpErirotntel On tne coatrarvi tHEre are numerous instanc- es on record where alfalfa hay and green alfalfa have formed a major p.rtion of the ration fei the working animals of the iarm for years with- out injurious effect. AlJalfa is a most excellent 'or young growing stock, tspeciallv honrei, but care must be taken to avoid tatiinf; too ranch. to ooltl, isJMarMness apt be drveloptd." New Voile Dresses, New Other "Dress Up" things for the Holiday atRyJands Extra! COMBINATIONS; no sleeve, tight knee, fine llslo thread; 75e for CHILDREN'S SOCKS; fine colored lisle socks; white, pink, etc........ LADIES' OXFORDS; button kid. gunmetnl or fn QC patent; ?5 for MUSLIN DRAWERS; 25 pairs, odd lines worth up. to 4Cft on sale at......... wM V MUSLIN COMBINATIONS, em- broidsry trimmed; on 7Qfi sale Wednesday I WV LADIES' VESTS; with or with- out sleeves; on sale 4 Cf% Wednesday, each FOR TOMORROW "we fire making a special display-.of N oo els, things you will be needing for UK; Holiday. tlie lilies iul- "q ore are hardly ft week out from the fashion centres, and arc Summer Sail6 Prices. vevtised he marked at New Neckwear, Puritan and Quaker Collars Have you seen the new Puritan and Quaker Collars that the (ulilon books are showing so extensively'; We have a splendid assort- ment ot the wide flat collars made from organdies and other sheer materials.'Some- thing new in Middy Ties, In regimental stripes. Prices on these new lines: 35c, 50c and 75c New White Skirts, by express this morning Something real made from the now Wafrlo Cloths, Gaberdines anil Ra- tines. These skirts aro made -with fancy pockots'and flare bottoms. They nro priced nt and Other plainer styles in Repps, Cords and Indian Head at .06; Extra! COLORED' CREPES; sky pink, ISo 'quality; 1 1 C 'on sale SHEETING; full 2 yards wide, whlto It lasts O9f> per ynrd........'....., COLORED RATINES; pink, tan and sky, 38 inolios wide ,75c duality for WHITE VOILE; a special white Voile with Organdie Hi- ARft Ish; 45 indies wide.... SILK MULL; 40 inches wide; line sheer quality; white niuV colors .....fcWw PIQUE; .86-lns. wldo; heavy, dress quality; on sale Silk Waists 24 only brand uew White Japanese Wash Silk Waists, low collars and throfrquarter sleeves: sizes from 34 to 42. On sale Wednesday New Middies 2 dozen White Middies trim- med with red, navy or cadet; sizes up to 40; On sale at New style Middies with fancy pockets, also a new lot of Jack Tar Middies i Special at Yard Goods Bargains A big table full of faacy Crepes. KimoM Cntos, Ginghams. Z.5- phyrs and Reppelettes, worth up to 30c; on Wed- Fancy OrtandiM, new Tissue Cloths that have been jelling freely at 35c and 1-Qft 49c; Wednesday I w V 5 Boys' Suits The balance of our "Little Prince" Wash Suits for boys to fit ages 2H to fast c01" or material, at a dis- count of 20% Another Shipment Of New Dresses These dresses.-are all new this month, amongst them are a dozen sample dresses that we pur- chased at a discount of 25 per cent'. You will not find two dresses alike In the whole store, and oach dress is the very newest that money can buy.. On sale for the'Holiday at these exceptionally low prices: ?5.00; New Voile and Silk Waists .More new Veils and Silk Walsis.' ready for approval--in the morning. Sires up to 42. Xew polka dot voiles with ruf- CO "7K fie front; the very latest in waists I W Silk Gloves 50c :75c -Maid" white Silk Gloves', with doub- le on silo a pair Long Silk Gloves; a sale of 22 inch, wear guaranteed, double tip silk gloves.jblack. white, navy, uongee and 5 othor-shades. Children's Hats All ,-of our stock of Straw. Hats tor the Boys and Girls will be on sale Wednesday, at a special discount of 20% Hosiery Hero, is a special Holiday .of- fering in Ladies' Silk .and Lisle Hosiery, ples .worth up to 75c a- pair. A'bout.. 200 -puirti-in the lot; 'some' tan Silk'Radium Hos- iery, also Radium and Queen Quality Lisle in black, urbite and colors. 35c Rylands Co. THF. BUSY STORE Special Corset Bargains WARNER'S CORSETS with double skirt, light summer weight, low .bust, on QQfl sale Wednesday only.. D A CORSETS, a1 new model just opened up today, 181) pairs bought. at half the C 4 O original value, sale. -JM U NEM'O CORSETS, one line for slight and medium; figures, the other two for stout CO figures, reg. tor Major Madeod to Commond New Alberta Regiment O.C., that Major MoLaod of tbe 5Ist Battalion, now in camp, has been ap- pointed to tme command of tbe 63rd wfitah tbe new Infcatrj raiMd In Alberta. K U ttiat'tWa will be retmttad froM the whole ot Al- berts, but that iti temporary head- quarters will be at Edmonton. When tbe repnumt ia rwrutted, it will be was announced here Ibis after- HoKdav Sale Prices on Wednesda The Finest Stock of Muslin and Voile Blouses at tke closest'prices yet offered in the city. ISTeat styles in orepe or voile fat irom a nice little village and to have a fine time while here We did nut any of our men in the trenches this time. When we went. in the Germans said, '.'Come on, 5011 "'re not and if over after you." They did not saj anj more as they are sure frightened of the Canadians. They call us the ffhita Perils. the Germans said, '.'Come on, and we said, "We're English. We are Canadians, an you're aot careful we'll come This means tor to embarK to has been parked dunng stormy leather at .t is the. patent of Captain A. N. McCray, known American huvma-ter S.nce tbe dl.a.Ur, thought, this gangway might life ir. It, and other' dusters John Gray, until lately Presbyter. an student minister at Alingly, Sask, committed for trial on a cnarge }f sedition. For Protection the aeriouo sickness so likely to follow an aiknentof the digestive or inactive bowels, you can rely on the best known Pills Utrftw k IIP ROSE WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN Former Secretary of Slate for the United States, from a he reiigncd from the Wilson cabinet. Brunt'county farmers have doclded to a co-operative warehouse A new kind of worm devastated a black of toreit near Aljonauin 20c 35c Gallon r Delivered to Ask Your Grocer For Thistle Brand Butter The Kind Particular People Insist on Having Fresh Buttermilk 10c a Gallon at- Factory The Pure Ice Cream Co. 530 St. South. Phone 1787. Two Henderson Garage. ;