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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. OCTQKKR 0. branch will bo held on Kridny of this Work Is proceeding on .tho Kevatm ami wiMlrufllon will be rushed ns much :is possible so (hat tho elevator may ready lor use nt tho earliest upimrtinity. Hnmial miMting for iho eleclion of "officers and ciimmiHee of the local Patriotic Fund organisation will be held somo time uost wiwk. A. S. t'uchau, J. Nettleton. A. lion ney ami F. Botnimn are (Special to the Herald) I Cardston, Oct. 0. Two bus ness houses olous -Main street were entered I bv InirRlnrs about 3 o'clock this morn- ilil' The noise of breaking In throuKh THOUSANDS OF Helped Ewy by Cornmpn Sense GITMI Medicine Co. For forty years women suffering from liHfi p fft ll' the north wludo.v of the F. W. Atkins ill kinds of female Ills have bjenwnl" ass When we talked nn Southern Alhcr- in tne m- i ns o em larm. Tlie fog the Lydia E. Pinkhsm Medicine Co, irched Lynn, for advice. rhres men I _ MM ta crops to some SaskaKhowan friends v K'i't on! AODieiuru uirtsiieu. U.O.H. ---I MI. nun Buff Tackabarry having uecia- E'FO a bi? crovi and has over 50 busn-1 Monday for Calgary. tl.e> mil as cn operator. els to tlie tt'-'fe. We expect that as rcside in future. 'Do- thresUine '.-roccods many more big p. Kuyper. whose arm was frnctiii-1 -M s wo virjlds will "bo reported for the whole I at Grandview farm last week, is u U..IB ollllooli is rosy. V.'c have hail ojipor-1 prosressinir favorably ano hopes of linml tllfi rrons of tn h.i nut nsnill. tuuiiy to sec at first hand the crojis of several lines of railway in Saskatche- wan and also furti-.cr north in Ihis province ar.d can confidently say that we have soon no fields of grain in. any way equal to those around this coun- try. A. B. Salter, former pastor of this out again. lobb'in, whoso father is a. can- Montana constituency, is Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Noble. rm> duy service which had planned for last Sunday wos undertaken to su :500 of UK; sre towlcdges with thanks receipt 01 -l ing TiianKsgiMup. services will al-e be'held here wnntcnuenti moraine "iul evening and. at ibers of lands in the afternoon. r JTS i well woman. Your Sanative Wash is just the thins; to overcome ftniala weakness. I hayo told jounf pothers u well as bluer ones about your reme- dies, and they have dont for nie. I think Lydia R Pinklam's o o j wpjte you. but now 1 can towcgs liairs of socks from Mrs. Gilbert of jVA'hite Lake, and also a parcel of band- ages, etc.. from Xewland, per CH... vnu. i- Clark. The aEaual meeting of the Mrs. J. DCEBU. liVT.------- week'I keep theCompound and Liver Pills on help-out in this very worthy ;vork. Provmcla the tte thg-'-Mt..GBQ. THOMP- ise bcain at once as stockings i and He Is im- SON, 24 Sherwood Court, be ready for shipment from Cmi-j Patriotic f.nut _----------u_ ada" by the end of this month. with Sin this tho response to the la 0} enu VL i.na .-pur this dlstricl tu tuc an even ,8r5er day 01 next week day 01 next weeh. Noble and the Red Cross sewing circle i one this gQfJ, alldnWU fcJVM.V, Whv don't you write for advice! Address Lydia E. Pinkham Lynn, Mass. .rocetifs Store of Thanksgiving Service Those who come here for their Thanksgiving Groceries will Las the Goods Particular People waiit, and Ken-'s Prices are i PEACHES. Fresh firm'stock, only limited quantity. Special per box PRUNES. Italian, heavy per PEARS. Choice stock for pre- serving. box APPLES. Fancy snows. Per APPLES. Fancy snows. 4 pounds for ....J............. APPLES. No. 1 Mclhto.sh Reds.. Per box..................... COOKING APPLES. Firm stock for cooking, per box......... ONTARIO CONCORD GRAPES. Per basket TOKAY GRAPES. California. Per CRANBERRIES. Per SWEET POTATOES. 3 pounds for................. CUCUMBERS. Fancy table. Each......................... CELERY. 3 pounds for ORANGES. Per dozen, 35c, 50c and LEMONS. Per dozen CANTALOUPE. '90c 25c- 9Qc 15c 25c 29t 60c 45c i5c Tomatoes, Lettuce etc., to reach us Friday. CURRANTS; :Two packages.................- RAISINS. Gold Bar. Seeded.......................... RAISINS. Fancy, r Seedless.................... PEEL. Candied Lemon and Orange 'and Citron, per pound........... ANGELIQUE. Per pound SHELLED WALNUTS. Per 'pound SHELLED ALMONDS. Per pound GLACE CHERRIES. Per box............. CRYSTALLIZED CHERPIES Per box ALMOND PASTE. 1 pound tins MINCE MEAT; Two packages..... DATES. Two packages........ PICKLES. Croese BUckwell'l, Mixed Gherkins and Walnuts, each PICKLES. Red Cross Onion and Mix ed fn tumblers, each 35c 15c 15c SOc SOc 55c 60c SOc 85c 70c 25c 25c 45c 20c PICKLES. Helm, in hulk. Sweet Mus- oft tard, Sweet Mixed, per pint......tiWV PEANUTS. ALM NDS, FILBERTS and WAL. NUTS, CATSUP. Blue Label and Heinz, Per bottle SAUCE. Lea Perrins. 45e and SAUCE. H. P. Per bottle SAUCE. Punch Per bottls..................... SAUCE. Brand's A-1, Per bottle PINEAPPLE. Libby's New Season AS- Hawaiian No. 2 tins, two PINEAPPLE. Libby's New season OC_ Hawaiian, No. 1 tins, two for PINEAPPLE. Special. Two for PEACHES. Lihby's Sliced................ PEARS. No. 2 tins.................... APRICOTS. Libby's TOMATOES. No. 3 CORN, PEAS and BEANS. Two for..................... FRENCH BEANS. Special....................... FRENCH MACEDOINES. (Mix Per tin.......... ASPARAGUS TIPS. Per tin...................... CHINA GINGER. TEA. Kerr's special. Delicate flavor, tn rich arorha, per pound.......... Iwi. TEA. Kerr's Dcckajulie. "fiflr Per pound Wv COFFEE. Our ideal blend, rich in flavor, inviting aroma. Special price pb'.i'ids for Airiins Brand. 15c, iQc a.'d HONEY. Airline Brand. Comb." SOUPS. Van Camp's and Campbell's.. SOUPS. Crosse Blaokwell's. Large, tin. CHEESE. Wisconsin Brick. Per pound CHEESE. Ingersoll Cream. Per pound CHEESE. Chili and Pimento. Per package. JELLY POWDERS. Three for JELL-O. All flavors CORN FLAKES Three for SHREDDED WHEAT BISCUITS Two for 20c 25c :35C 75c 25c 30c 20c 25c 20c 45c 30c 15c 25c 15c 30c 35c 35c 1.00 65c 35c 15c 40c 40c I5c lOc 25c lOc 25c 25c lie. Our store always lOc 15c 25c KRUM3LES. The new breakfast .food, package per tin MACARONI. Two packages T] FR'ESH'CREAMERY -Cardston Crystal, per pound BACON. Swift's Premium, whole or half. Per pound BACON. Swift's Premium, macnine sliced- Per pound HAMS. Swift's Premium, boned and J A- Pec pound PEAWEAL BACON. Per pound "CREAMETTES. Two packages for MAPLE SYRUP. Pride of Canada djl 1 Quarts 65c, one half gallon PEANUT BUTTER. Squirrel Brand 16 ounce tins, each CUSTARD POWDER. a Two tfns for...............' Royal Crown or Gold West, Two packages for SOAP. Pels Naptha. Par carton..................... I y V SOAP: P. G. White Naptha. 10 cakes ROYAL CROWN -Three tins.................... BRASSO. Largetin........................ SUNLIGHT SOAP. Clif 11 cakes JWV Buy your wife, sweetheart or Iriend a box ot pur choice Roses, Ckrysantliemums or Garnations, or a BeautKJ Reirir 0r in Bloom 'for a Thanksgiving Qift Methodist Church Turnips, carrots parsnips, beets, cabbage and potatoes at lowest market prices. PURE OLIVE OIL SOAP. Regular SOc bar on- saje at TOILET SOAP. Eight cakes HONEY. Ksrr's Alfalfa. In pint sealers. ...i.. CRAB. Per tin' SWEET SPANISH RED PEPPERS Tin DURKEE'S: SALAD DRESSING 20e, 45c and MUSHROOM CATSUP. Per bottle MUSHROOMS. In glass On sale each. CHERRIES, In Marasquln. OLIVES. 15c, 20c, 30c and 30c 75c 30c 30c 35c 40c Put us on your week. Watcft biirweekly adyertisenicnts. Keep your eye on Kerr's Windows. Quality Talks. CURIOUS BEQUESTS R.cord Kept by Hotel Owner in New York Copeland Townsen'a, owner of the Hotel .Majestic, iSTew York, and for- mer manager of the Palmer House in Mcago, has .Kept a curious record of inuaual requests made by his guests, lore are a few A woman In mourning who refusea the'elevators with anyone else save the' operator. A.man who.waflted the same.-thins tor lunch every Idaj" in. the year and who- .wanted It the table at two o'clock whether he Ulere or not- A: always insisted' oil having Beyen-blankets on his bed. Siiwpiild'not suffice. A' woman Wh9 demanded.to taste fqod heldre if -was fed 'to -her >pohdie A Spaniard .who was afflicted with insomnia a'nd always wanted a regu- lar lied and'on'e mi'do'on.tlie.flcor no liq could alternate bejween'tho two. Over one hundred fifty thou- sand dollars Sim- coo .Oht., to tile Caliadjan war loan. The largest single' investor bought a. blocks Everythin on the Market-for ;