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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGF EIGHT THE DAILY HERALD JUNK 20. 1! 'RELY ON' A Nation's Watchword _ "BE PREPARED" -sy but 8ure laxat've "the pleasant taste. Guard the home against biliousness and constipation OUawn. June Cuiuullim trade tli-iiros tor May indiriue un tniordhiary growth in Canadian com- The total trade for May fi.STS.OuO, HP compared with 1915, or more jllnui double last year's figures. Tills is the high water mark tor Cannditin trade Canadian traiU- for April and -May. Mie first twti months uf the present fiscal your, totalled ay only for the same tl. Sold only al The For Snle by J. D. HIGINBOTHAM CO., LTD., Lsthbridgc, Albsrta. LAI TAX New Land Being Broken Chary of Making Estimate of 191H Crop June 2S KAISER ACQUAINTS ALFONSO sol forth German peace terms WITH HIS DREAMS which im-lmie n demand for lite res- tonuton of tiio German colonies and Madrid, June German sub- i provide for the liberation of Belgium marine- U-35 bronsiit three letters to j although that country must not be King Alfonso from the kaiser Two I fortified near llif German frontier. ROOSEVELT TO OFFER DIVISION for a commission as major-general. in the event, of war with Mexico and a call by thi? president for volunteers, it was learned here tonight from an- Uiorltatno sources. LIBERAL DISCOUNTS ON SEASONABLE MERCHANDISE SWEEPING REDrCTIOIVS OX ALL BEAD Y-TO-AVE A R DRESSES, SriTS, COATS, SILK SAYEATERS. KIJIOXAS, MUS- LIXUXDERAArEAR, LITTLE GIRLS' DRESSES AXD COATS. BOYS' WASH SUITS AXD HATS 'Girls' Coats at Manufacturer's cost 12 Only 'Girls' -Pnro Wool Serge Coats, lined iieady Eiade iu tho latest stylos, braid trimmed, colors nary, brtnvn, green, sizes S to 3.2 years, regular values SS.OO 39.00! Week-end clearing price Xittle Girls' Serge and Velvet Coats 10 Only to sell at and lielow cost, made up nicely from wool Serge and Corduroy Velvets, lined throughout, six dollar values, size? o Q P 3 io 6 years. Week-end clearing price Silk Hosiery for the Holiday This is the real hosiery store. We can serve you with silk hosiery la any pries or cnior you require, 2rom 30c up to per pair, in the fol- lowing celebrated brands: Holeproof, Niagara Maid, Kayser, and Sterling. Crepe de Chine Handkerchiefs Arc tlie correct style. We have them at the right FANCY -BORDERS, pure silk at CORNER PATTERNS, very ueat PLAIN HEM, solid colors, each FANCY HEM, plain centres, each in each line are" sky, pink, Helio, Nile and. white. 2Gc 20e 25c 25c Girls' AVa.sh Dresses Underpriced A big lot of Girls' Wash Dresses m small sizes, i' to (J years, assorted styles and colors, PA Week-end clearing at................. D U C Perrins' Kid Gloves All sizes in stock again at the old price, per pair 103U Very Interesting Prices Among the Wash Goods Voiles, Crepes. Marquisettes. Silk Mulls. Organdies. Eepps.. French Percales, Piques. Wnbai'dines. Ltnvjis. ducks, drills and In- dian Head Clorlis. also Palm Beach and Jof Ire Sui tings. 40 Inch Palrii Beach Suitings, in 'tlie wool finish, per yard 34 luck Jofi're Suiting', in stripes, soft finish, per yard 25c 40 Inch Floral Voiles, in inany colorings, per yard 42 Inch Pure White Cotton Voiles, line eave at per yard 3flc 40 Inch Pure White French special per yard 25c 42 Inch Silk Mulls, in floral designs, very fine. per. ynrd 40 Inch Candy Stripe American Wash Silk, per yard g5c 40 Inch ITighly Mercerized French Repp and Poplin, per yd. g5c Sample Vests, Drawers Combinations A manufacturer's complete line of samples of ladies' knit cotton and lisle underwear, selling at A discount of SUN SHADES A nice variety to choose exclusive styles, moderately priced from down to as low og as Large Aprons AT LESS THAN COST OF MATERIALS Bxtra full size, neatly made, from good English prints, patterns, fast col- p pure wblte witn OA dots 36 Inch -Floral SILKO. nn LINE ZOC 36, Inch BORDERED nn SCRIMS ZUC 36 Inch CREAM nf MADRAS CORSET COVERS 2Sc WOMEN'S CAMBRIC DRAWERS 25c LADIES' NAINSOOK NIGHT GOWNS Soft BATH of TOWELS J3C Large Linen HUCK or TOWELS JOC Extra Full Size BED ton fin SPREADS Medium Size BED rii-f SPREADS HUJVDBEDS OF OTHER ITEMS FULLY AS INTERESTING. COME AND SEE The Simpson Co.. Limited rlV the north being well up to the 1915 figures, though the south is below. Out mid barley acreages the province over are higher tho wheat acro- age is lower. Deputy Minister Pen-it: says the wild} i land tax is a great deal raw land to be brought under vnltiva-i (ion in many districts anil is bavins a generally beneficial effect, so thai thei 1017 acreage should be ihe largest in I the history of Alberta. (EflFDW is i mm WEEKEND SPECIALS at 'S STRAWBERRIES, Fancy B. C.. 2 hoxi-s for 35c CANTELOUPE. each 20c WATERMELON, per 111..................... 80 HOTHOUSE TOMATOES, per In.......... 25c CUCUMBERS, each 20c and 25c PINEAPPLES........................ 20: 25c PEACHES. 2 IDS. for..................... 35c PLUMS, 2 His. for ...........t............ 35c APRICOTS, Ibs. for 35c ORANGES, ...............25c. 30c, 35c 40c LEMONS, large size...................... 30c POTATOES, NEW CARROTS, NEW CAB- BAGE. GREEN ONIONS, RADISHES, ASPARA- GUS at lowest market prices. KIPPERED HERRINGS, Maconochie's. a tins 35c OSPREY HERRINGS, in Tomato Sauce, 3 tins H5c BACON, on sale per Ib..................... 23c COTTAGE ROLL, per 111.................... 25c ROAST PORK, per Ib..................... PICKLES, C. B. Gerltiics 38c OLIVES, plain and stuffed. 15c, 20c, 25c, 30c PEACHES, No. 1 tins, Quaker brand, each 15c MACARONI, Hi. boxes ICc QUAKER OATS, largo size, 2 for.......-----45c i London. June 28. following; j from the Daily Telesntpli may lie tate en as a fair summary of tile new gov-j i crnor-generai's personality as seen 'by j 'j his countrymen. He is a man whom l everyone trusts because of the enni- jest consciousness with which he dis- charges his duties ami the simplicity. of his character. He is not an orator but convinces his audience very much as his uncle did. by strong common j j sense and tlie practical wisdom.of lite recommendations and the obvious sin- rerity of his temperament. If he evej- gives the impression of weariness or boredom it is only to those ted with his Cavendish manner I who mistake a certain slowness for carelessness. Careless he is never, i but not anxious'-'to put himself for. i ward unless he; is .certain that his: i advice is "He is an admirable man of btisft i ness and possesses a great deal of; j methoil. He has a good head for ures and everyone, instinctively feels; he is a safe man. a man whfl isAvant: j ed because he inspires implicit fidence. His is resolution strength and unconquerable will. He) is an ideal servant of the stale on the I ground not so much of actual prefer-j ence as of- character. i j He has convictions and act? upon j them, as was shown by his advocacy! of interests of the church of V.'ales 'with such unshrinking courage.' j j one is better fitted than the j i Duke of Devonshire to represent in. I Canada ail that Great Britain niealls. I and stands for in the world. i one who knows iiim will look forward with the utmost confidence ip the i career awaiting horn across the Atlan- BOiLED HAM, per 111. I OX TONGUE, sliced 60c NORWEGIAN FISH BALLS in Bouillon, per tin VAN CAMP'S PORK BEANS, on sale----- 12c SNiDER'S TOMATO SOUP, large tin, each 13c HEALTH BISCUITS, per 111............... 15c SEMOLINA, Brown and Poison's, per pkg. He SOAP, 11. C. G. W., 2 pkfis. [or 4Sc SOAP, Sunlight, 11 liura for Me SOAP, Fels Naptha, 10 bars for 70c j AMMONIA POWDER, per pkg BROOMS, large f> string, each 65c 50o BROOMS, 1 string ecch WILSON'S FLY POISON, per plig. 10o SANlFLUSH, per tin 25c K. A. G. Kills all germs. 1! pkgs. for 25o Commerce, June J. Curry who was confined to the hospital at P! SMC TO TUC J i V I Diamond .City for some time, hasire- hlllfit ill j Hr !i iV'i covered Eufflciently to return to her UUily IU I Sli. Uilhome Xew York, June war tie, j partrnent. it was learned last niglit. The concert held in. Commerce school on the evening of the 23nl inst. was a decided success from every standpoint and as a consequence the I has been able to obtain for immediate-inert Cross funds will be materially in i delivery through the courtesy of the creased. A. Reid as chairman carried British government 250 Lewis ma- chine guns made by the Driggs-Sea- out the program admirably. The first part consisted songs, comic and bury Ordnance Concern for use in, patriotic, by the school children, and j Europe. At tlie same time, because.jtlie mamler jn which they acquitted 'cartridges of the kind hitherto used', themselves was creditable to them-1 liy United States troops and their able for Lewis guns, the war d.epart- MOLASSES, Ib. tins.................... 40o PICKLES. Heintz Bulk, Sweet Mustard. Swont Jllxcd. Sweet Gerkins. per pint........> 20c FRUIT BUTTER, Pencil, Apricot. Grape, Fig and Dates, jars 45c GRAPE JUICE, lOc, 25c, 50c 85c LIME JUICE, noses....................... 35c PEACHES CHERRIES, No. tins, regular on .sale.............................. 25c CORM STARCH, :i packages for 2Ct RASPBERRY VINEGAR, large bottles 35c HEALTH 3RAN, jjer sack Sweet .Meadow COFFEE, Our Ideal Blend, Ibs. for FRENCH BEANS, per tin COFFEE, Braid's Best, per Ib CUBES lOc DELHI TOMATO CATSUP, ill glass PIMENTOS, per tin MARMALADE, Weihey's, -1 palls GINGER, in CRISP HEALTH BREAD, 2 pkgE. ior Store Will be Closed All Day Saturday, July 1st, Dominion I .Family Grocers and I Phone 1453; I i, Provision Merrhni 13 5th Street Daylight Saving J______ AT Garbutt Business College 411 8TH STREET SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE. Owing-.to the increased attendance'at our school have de- cided to during the months ot July and August. In order. the cool morning hours we will, July 3rd, open one hour earlier; that is at S a.m., and close at 1 Night school will also continue all summer on- Monday and Thursday evenings from 7.30 to 9.30. CALL OR WRITE FOR INFORMATION. ASK TO HAVE OUR CREDIT PLAN EXPLAINED TO YOU. merit has ordered six million cartr .ridges, from the United States Cart-; Srifige company. The iimimmitioiV I also was beinj; manufactured on Brit- painstaking teacher. Amongst those noticed at the Red During the intermission between the j Cross concert and dance were Mr. and first and second part, W. T. Rogers rose and on behalf of the school board and ratepayers generally conveyed to Mrs. .L Beiswanger and Mr. Molloy of Picture Butte; Miss Turnin and R. Brady of Iron Springs; Mr. and Mrs. Miss .Forbes thanks for the efficient A. Cunning; Misses Tufts and Mr. specifications for shipment to tho jmanner jni which she performed iierlTufts of Coalhurst. Doth cartridges and i{ whilc jn cliarge of the school. 1 Q o u-arn ;it nnce. Am- un 0 Britisii forces. guns, ivill go forward at once, j munition order represents onlv a few j days' output of the cartridge company, DASHING BRAVERY OF DON Petrograd. June an exam- ple of the bravery of our-Don Cos- a statement issued by the war office says, "it is reported that durlns the crossing of the Dneister. near Snowidow, parties of Cossacks swam j the river naked and carrying only their guns. -When they reached the other side., they made a bayonet at- tack on the enemy, killing r.tasiy, cap- turing others and holding the con- positions until the. arrival of reinforcements." 'Hie Savoy Hotel ol New WAfRrforrt' N. S., destroyed hy fire. Rev. B. Woodland, one of the best known Uaptlst clergymen of the province, died at ArnJiorst, N. S. Me congratulated her .on the splendid baseball team journeyed to showing made by her pupils and on amj piayed the nine who the interest shown by her not only in their mental, but also in their moral a'ul social welfare. He expressed re- ;v, that Miss Forbes was-about to her connection with the school, and wished-her unbounded success in represent that well known coal centre on the diamond. After a strenuous r-cven innings tlu; score stood fn favor-of Commerce. The chief feature of the .game was Hpectacu-j Prof. Ferguson of. St. John's Co lege, Winnipeg, has left as chaplain! of'the flOth liattaUon. j Maritime fishermen claim that lobj sters are exceedingly scarce this sea; sou. 1 lar one-band catch of J.. Rutkie's cen- the future. field drive. Although; taken by surpnpo, rjfe; Cnmmerco: ilun- Forbes made a .suitable reply, vhanft- rfle and Oj] Frjday the Ing the school board and parents ret -ni me waa on the the many kindnesses snown her ami j. which in then proceeded witb. Messrs P D. Weaver. D. Phill pa, A. Kealey J, Ccgsweil contributed songs, which were well received by the large c-linnillg and Fife; Com-. merce: and Ward. The Commerce boys. hope that be- audience present. After the singing {fore the end of. tho season they wiil of God Save the King the chairs werejhaye an opportunity uf measuring removed and dancing indulged In un- til the "n'ce sma' hours.' j their strength with tho so far invin- ile Old Timern of Lethbridgc. KiDNEVS How They Cure PLLSSISVILLE, QUB. "I suffered from Kidney Trouble for several years, nncl tried ntitncrpu.'; remedies ant! doctors' prescriptions wiilioiit nermaticnl relief, mycnjc licitiR: chronic. After seeing about Ciin Piil.s, an-J .is it is ;t well known fact that Juniper, without, alcohol, is excellent (or the Kidneys I decided to try Gin Ons single pill eave grc.it relief.' I'h.nvc iiow token four boxes of Gin Pills nnct'.iind completely cured.. No more, had in color-snore strength and vijrar.' Tliis a what Gin Pills have donp for me." II. FOWLS HKRBKRT. Your dntf.'-gUts sells Gin fills 500. a box or six Write for free sample to 19 National Drug Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited, Toronto. R o s E TEA good ;