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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1915 THE LET'KBH'IDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE nvfi GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS ANO PROVISION IVJERCHANTS Finest Freestones. Per case J1-00 BLUE PLUMS Exceptionally heavy pack 80c RED r, m banket. .30c LEMONS'; InrKO size, doz...30c Uoz... 30c, 35c, 40c SWEET pounds for 25c CANTE1.OUPE..100 :m! 12' ic RED Pound ....2c GREEN PEPPERS! iroiiml. .15c GREEN TOMATOES; CELERY; Choice. 3 for 1'leacli- 25c fancy v pounds fui' 35c APPLES; fancy arid Macintosh Heiis; His.. 25c APPLES; tine cooUlns C. pounds fui 25c PEARS; Larsc cose PEARS; Flemish Large case VINEGAR'; Jlall. and V.'lllte Wine, per giiilon 65U PEANUT Per Jar 20c CRISCO; cheaper than lanl and belter than 'butter; tin...30c FRENCH 'PEAS: 2 tins for.25o OLIVE OIL; finest I.a I'lolle; Prices 25c, "lOc. 85c. 51.45 CREAM OF Per package 20c ROMAN MEAL; package. .25c SNAP; ths? hfliid oleanf r. ,14c BROWN 4 POLSON'S Paisley Flour; prir-e 25c BAR SUGAR: Loaf Sugar and Icing Sugar; po-jntl 10c MACARONI; per package. .10c ASPARAGUS; largo while. .30c B. D. AMMONIA; 2 LIPTON'8 TEA; pound 40o TEA; Korr's Special; remark- able value; pound 40c COFFEE; fresh ground J pounds for BLACK KNIGHT POLISH. ROBIN HOOD ROLLED OATS Per packaso 25c RCAST PORK with DRESSING Per pound 35c BOILED HAM; pound 35c CORN BEEF; Pray Per pound 35c OX TONGUE; IVr puutul .65c SWIFT'S PREMIUM MacliliK- slicoil, jKtund ...32c SWIFT'S PREMIUM Machine sliced, iiounil ...30o SWIFT'S PREMIUM HAMS-r- Whole or fialf, pouml ...23o BACK BACON; machine Hlicod, pi-r iiouud ...............2Bc CROSS FISH I'cr tin.................14c SALMON; HorBoshoe or Clovor Leaf; uer tin ...........26c FISH HALLS; por tin .....20c TOMATOES; 3 linn for .-----35c CORN. PEAS and Per tin .................10c RIPE TOMATOES; bllsUel.SOc JELLY 4 for..........25c COCOANUT; tluest long Bill-elided...............30c A1 SAUCE; on sale ...-----19c SMITH'S CATSUP on salc..20c QUICK PUDDING; S for ...33c CHEESE; .No. I pounds for ............45c SAGO AND liVI; puunds for ..........SDC ROLLED OATS; S H> sack.35c SALTED PISTACHIO Per poiind ..............85c BRAZIL NUTS; 2 for .4So SUNLIGHT OR IVORY SOAP; 11 liars for ..............60o R.C. or 0. W. 2 packages for..........45c REX FLOATING 5 cakes For ..............r.5c HEINZ PICKLES in bulk, Chow Cliow, Sweel. Mixed Sweet. Gorkins; jjor quart ......40c HORSE Home imulo .............40c BABY'S OWN 2 boxes for .55c ,.3c ,.3c PUMPKIN; per pound CITRON; por pound PRIDE OF ONTARIO KONEY, 2Vj tins, each...........65c PUHITY ROLLED Per carton .............25c GRAPE JUICE at cost 20c, 43c. 75c DUNCAN'S Forfar Rock .20c PARIS PATE Heady to eat...........15c Phone 1453 .313 .Fifth Street South The Headaches that so many women suffer from FRUIT SALT world's household remedy for more Uian forty Tears. Its action man loriy Tears, itsacuuu iBKtunca.." cli'HUSlnR tlie system. banifilifuK nii'l yjur druggist. S.It At HAHOID F. H'lTCHlE i CO. LIMITED 10 MtCAUL STREET. TORONTO (S) Story of Canadian Officer's H e ro is m Told by Premier The follow ins story of a nfficcr'ii heroism was told by sir Itnit- ln-rt Hunluu in course (if Ms at the ('iiiiiiiiian luncli'-un in Die ('halt-ail Laurier ;ii Ottawa. Tli.-s I'rcniMM1 said: "Our man--! nut think his story hi's been Inlil'-fcund him- hi onniuuiii of ii regiment. in- U'I'F of :i n'yhwnt. Hn )md, 1 think ho told me, ivu ririus. li'it In- had Iroin four to nix niucliiiit' HUMP, sumo 01 ir. intii troin aiu'tlifr rt'yhiicnt. iiiui aim DSL deeiimited. Ik1 u'tu; to'id to rc- in the iiiidillu nf tin- ititt-r- noon, but took IiimH-lf UK; responsibility oi' nm r-ciiriui: un- til just alioui t'.viliyht. And first, he bnri'.'d his dead, and lo bring off his wuimdrd. "When iiu (Mil he wiw (iennans on 10 attack on the Uisni; a nil in tin- rear, iin opened wiih liis isn Hii'I his inachiiif ivinch had been kept masked hifi troops, and ho (old me iliat lie did not bt'tieve more tluui half n of sli at coin inn of Ger- mans got away when he had done with them. "That man came untmiHiyd r.hroush (.hat awfui battle, in; woundeu, fftw men hnve iKjftii woundt'ti and lived, in the battle of second tlc of Vpree. oi1. Bom" havp called it, Langemai-ck. Vypres, lhe- words we Jieanl in iht iios- Kesiubert. jiitais of I'JngliuuI cverywliero." Use more water and less flour, and get better bread In lact, Very For Your We especially recommend some Choice ITABER FAIR DEMONSTRATES WHAT I FARMERS CAN DO IN S. ALBERTA over In Or. Ilamnian, president of the society, and at which addresses were tjivpn by W. A. Buchanan. M.P., Principal Steven of ChireshuJm Ag- ricultural school. ;nul W. S. Hall. Dr. Hamimm opoised th-v by say in y how pleased he was to set- j such a good gathering, though be j Arrivi'il from (.'ardstojl and 1'n'sli l-.i'.K-d yeslerday. also have niort- ol' liiat EXTRA NO. 1 tBEEF about which you at the ot' Ilii: IF IT'S ON THE MARKET WE HAVE 492 The Alberta Meat Market The Oldest Established Meat Market in the City. Do Business by Phone Sheep were only represented by S Xcil U'cKdhir a I.1 rains, bin each animal w'ls good and i as. (ho judge had dilTieulty in awarding j Some line samples of butler and the tieo. C. Millar and A. cheese were shown and the judge had Oreen divided the prices, the cham-1 great difficulty in deciding on the pion ram bciiitf shown by A. Green, j first premiums. Kvcniiially thev wese In swine there were three en- awarded to I.. Fowler, Miss M. tries'and Williams A. Me- Johnson, L. H. Losey and 1. L. chain and W. N. Urillms were each i Holman. Grains and Grasses ITALIAN .AIRSHIP WINGED BY AUSTRIAN GUNFIRE OFF POLA This plioto shows a huge Italian dirigible, falling into Ibc sea when Austrian shells had punctured nnd deflated several of the gas The wrecked airship was known as the "Cita Die Test. NOTICE Phone 767 for your WEEK-END BARGAINS LETHBRIDGE SUPPLY CO. 546 13th Street North A Very Successful Dinner Is hold ovcvv day by en stumers of Delsmy's Limited, bociuisc I b i'. m on t (.'oiii'sc is I lie best l.-liat can be procur- ed. "Southern Al- berta's Oil o i cost" alone will satisfy I he buyer for Delany's. and you may as well have Ibis service. Wo have everything in Fresh Cooked and.Smoked .Meals Fish. .Poultry, Frc.sb lig'g's and Hu Her. PHONE 452 given premiums. The Poultry Owing to threshing only having j Poultry was well represented, there started in inn district, threshed; over entries in the varinus grains were, not very numerous, there; classes, the main prize winners being j being only three- oi" wheat, three of. U. Losey. O. Tufteland, Neil Me- oats and one of barley. Oi the three Kellar, R. Harding, A. .M. Briggs 1 entries of wheat two were of Mar-- and Edwards Bros. A.-M. Briggs and j (jUjs and one of He-1 Fife, and the, j j.rsL premium in each rase was taken j ff------ H. Sduntdt. The samples were; I rather on the soft side and would no i doubt have )lone with lieing kept a i little longer. The prizes for oals and: barley went to II. Schmidt and' R, p" Raseh. Wlisn one looked at grain in sheaf, howeveu, one realized what a wonderful crop we had had in southern Alhetta this year. The judge, ,J. was most' cntliusiastiL- .is he looked over the 3-i samples shown. Both the, first pre- iniums for Marquis and Red Fife were taken by A. P. Hempel witli excel-'. lent samples. If these two entries are i 'a criterion of the rest of his crop? it will not he of a good quality but should also run high.in yield. The second prize for Marquis wheat was j taken by L. B. Losey. R. P. Raseh i jcleaned iip tut- prizes in both varie-, I ties of oats and also in (i-rowert bar-1 ley, while A. P. Hempel obtained the) decision for his hull-less barley. There] were live entries in -.ilfalia, and L. H. i Losey anrl H. Hansham were award-) ed the twu (irst premiums. For a collec-tion of sheaf grains there were three entries, and the judge- hesitated for some time tcfore awarding the first prUe !o A. P. Hempel for a rdally beautiful collco -jtion, which samples of all grains and in addition was most care- fully arranged. The medal for the best t welvc cars of Northwestern j Dent corn was won by I. Tuftelanri. Roots and Vegetables Though the entries in roots and vegetables were only a third of what they were in 1913, the exhibits were far ahead oi any shown in that year. The potatoes alone were well worth payine a visit to the fair to see, and it was almost impossible for a lay mind lo io give a deci- sion. The judge had a most difficult i task, but eventually Or. Hamman., P. J. Larsen and L. B. Losey won ouf. Their samples were reallv execl- leii'i. but were closely followed by many others; One could say lots ahtrii the different entries in these classes, but one other must suffice. II. P. Mtinro, II. Schmidt and C. showed sonic, remarkable sam- ples of onions, which were the talk of all who saw them. The first and second prize for the tallest sunflow- er went (o M. Hammer and 8. San- derson respectively, each showing one over 12 feet in height. The Hill trophy, for home srown vegetables, which was won in 1012 by T. M. Hull, and in .1013 by A. K. Browning, was awarded to ii. 1'. (or having won most prizes in that' section. The heaviest entries were, of course, in the ladies1' and children's sections and most of them were very sond and showed that great pains had hem takfcti with the work. The ii.nu'i ex- hibit from the Dominion Kxpcriinwi- tal farm, Lethbridge, was also on view and attracted great attention. A word of praise is due T. A. iSundnl, the cnerECtic secretary, who, aitled by a splendid band of workers, did much to make the fair tin1 suc- cess it was. Public Meeting In tlir afternoon a short mectinp, HAS held ia the grandstand, jiresidut! huvp preferred, of course, to have seen a cnnvii. W. A. Huchnnnji, M.P.. suid that fairs like this were fur the welfare of agriculture. He liavc lilie to have .seen more men- present, but ihe j iiunibcr of womrii who were ihriv i showed iliiii They were kc-nly irjtrr-! t'.stcd in the work which their hus- bands engaged in. The import- ancc of fairs to the fanners was largely from the point of education, j and therefore both fanners and their j wives should always endeavor to at- ilt1 congratulated the manage- ment and the fanners the district on the fine show and said that it was the besl. exhibition of vegetables, grains and grasses in southern Alber- ta held this year. The show was a crriiil to the district and showed Jhat with regular moisture anything could ho got out of tire soil. Hu j lhat those who had not pat anything on exhibition this year would be stimulated by the line show nTiil decide, to coin pete next year. The. Agricultural Sucieiy en- deavored to show that in all brandi- es of the work, the right ideal must he. striven for, and if Ibis was done it would not be long before the far-; mer would prove that farming can j he made very jjm'Hable. If this was j done profil would comr to all class- es. A short reference to the work j done by the agricultural schools anil j farms was followed by an earnest peal to able to take a course at one of tJiern, Professor Stephen said that it was! t-he policy of Uiu guvernmcnt to en- j deavor to educate the farmers7 sons j in a practical manner. Three agrictil-j triiral schools had been established in j the province, and when they opened the one a! Glaresholm two years ago it was with a certain amount .of j pessimism. The result lias shown, Ihe scholars. Domestic science wa also iK'inu, and was pvovin vcrv bnicficjat lo t.iic tanners' wives. however, Hint the work has heen dime 1'ost holt- digging H. Olsni. nail driving con Vayro, Miss II. Hamman. mirsim has also J< startnl anil was son, ti: a real I a solvmg sunn- tire ililliciil-! Martin, lirs suniHiinliiii f.'inti ln'r. The pip 'S'alirr uerr fur an ag- j ylou- A. V. Hcf- ricuil.urn! s.laiol tn !.c pslablisheil ty. Iliorc, Ixil. lit lold them lliat. utilfss Ilaincs, P Haincs "itc" chaiice. He cdnimeiulod the done; "Heel, I. .uartni. by iwo young men from Tuber. W. In the great tng-of-war, Farmers ifemplp nnd T. Harris, and all j vs. Town, the Town team, captained who could take a course as soon by A. Iv Toulton, proved victorious as possible. The speaker then launch- j ovrr the l-'atmcrs after a hard ed out into a tcduueai discourse on j simple. wheal growing, summer-fiillow, etc., j which was listened tu with keen in-! VICE FIGHTER DEAD tc-.resi.. j W. S. t.iail tljij next, speaker! New York, XV., Sept. :UH! said he had lisfennl with great j tbony Comstoch, secretary of tbe New interest to the previous speakers. He; York society for the suppression oE 'injeil fanners to go in for more j vice, died at his borne in Summit, N. larmins. and sa'id they would j .T., tonight, after a brief illness. Mr. limi ii more and more profitable to j Pomstock contracted a cold while ort raifce Kiiinrtliirig besides grain. He bis vticafion ten days ago. which congratulated tho people of Taber j er developed into nneumonla. disirict. on such a sliow, led thai the was so small, hui. said iti was diiticult to choose a date when ail farmers could come out. The Sports PREMIER BORDEN IS MAKING SPEECHES NOW Ottawa, Ont., Sept. Hoberfi Borden will leave the capita! on FrN A very gooil program of sports, toy night for Niagara Camp, where lie both and foot, had been ar- j will inspect the overseas forces in the The judges are ns follows camp. On Monday night, he will ad- farmers' foot race, 100 dress a public meeting in the Toronto Vaipardson, 1-1. VanOrman and K. T..! -Arena. On Tuesday afternoon, Sit Rasli. Robert will be tbe guest the Ladies' race, Sparks, Man club of London, Ont. arid H. Hroolts, Jordan. Tuesday evening tic will, on the hw Yards raci1, W. vitation oi' the flavor of 'Ont., address a meeting in that city. anged, and were thoroughly enjoyed i Saturday afternoon. y all. The results tabulated by 'the Premier will spend Sunday at Cannol grind good flour from poor nor can llic iiunian body get good licallh from food and drink which is. mil HI led lo Highl kind I he syslcni requires, goes a long way toward pulling onu on The Koaci to Weiivilie. Tliis road loads lo coniforl, and long liiV. Grape-Nuts is n deiicious food sciruliHeaHy prepared lioin wheat and hurley. Tu (he making, llic..starch of the grains is iHirlifllly priNiiigesled for (juit'k ami easy furnishes llin nourishment. Nature requires, for the daily rebuilding of body and brain. II pays lo keep oneself in the highesi condition of physical and mental vigor. WON'T MIX Bad Food and Good Health Won't Mix. The human stomach stands much abuse but it won't return good health iE you give it wrong food. If you Teed risjlil you will feel right, for proper food and a good mind is the sure road to health. "A year ago I became much alarmed about my health for 1 ibeyau to suffer after each meal no matter how little I writes a western woman. "'I lost appetite and. the very thought oi food grew distasteful, with the result thM I was not nourished and got weak and thin "There was no one to shoulder ray house- hold burdens, and come what might I .must hear them, and this thought nearly drove me frantic when I realized that my health was breaking down. "I rend an article iu tho papor shout some one with trouble mine "being benefited by Grape-Nuts food and acting on this suggestion I gave Grape-Nuts a trial. Tho first dish of this delicious food proved thrit I had struck tho right thing, "My uncomfortable feelings !n stomach and brain began to disappear and In a short time I was again, myself. Since then I have gained, 12 pounds In weight through a Bum- nier ,ot hard work and realize I am a vei'y woman, all due to the splendid 1'ood, Grape-Nuta." "There's a Reason" for Grape-Nuts MADE IN CANADA Sold by Grocers everywhere, Canadian I'oslnni Cereal Co., Ltd., Windsor, Ont. T ;