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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta IDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1915 THE LETH BRIDGE D A I HERALD PAGE FIVE Blue Ribbon Coffee anc Baking Powder UTONS BAKKET) FROM JAPANESE HOTEL Always ask I'or Blue Ribbon Coll'cc and Baking Powder. Like nil Blue Ribbon pure food products they arc of Hie bighcsl quality and are sold guaranteed to give every satisfaction, or if ollierwise, llic purchase price will be refunded. Grade Vil. Mr. Srandow'a Cloiis Anastasia Skeith, John Oliver, Vi.ueua llopwoua. lieu. Fraclic. K. Aniliew, K. Kicliols, J. Van Haarlem, I'. .Maaon, K. Hullock, Viva 1-Jlton, Har.ey Watt Kllen Airlmolcl, jes.iu: tin.Willie. Jlaniii, Willie I'att.rson, Grade VI. Ktlilli Alirciis, Lewis Mai-slmil, Phyllis DtViiM, Hern-mil 1.oilier, ''Ior0 Gcoglicgan, Hugh Coulla, eth, -Mary ISiuU, Un-'il nie JloVKin, iHmcan Kon.r.3. Arthur Aurcns, i..harlcs Sang, Joan Johns-, ton, Hex Williamson, Dorothy radii'., i l.ouiso Slar.s, .Mary WaUini, James I Mcliuo Tonmiy Auiircw, Constance- Mathers, ilessi'o Smith, Walter Hen- derson, Krank uVtson. Grade V. Miss E. Waterman E -Vnpli'lon, A. lleaton, L. Joyce. M WcsUey, F. Hobius, Klton. K. tlraves, I." 1. Arch-j bold, Slotvii Oudoini. for (-.vain. Grade IV. K Scott F. Kunst, N. Smith, E. McOowan, Ii. Hull, H. Codd, V. Cross, Ii. J. Svatkin. G. I'lllley (r. Jullliston, J. Forbes, K. Porter, J. Parry, P. Kramer. S. .IOVCB J. lleaton, L. J. Iles- sev, I. Brooks, L. Fraclie, N. Oco- Klic-an, J. Watt, K. Parry, Grace Barlk-H Gladys Bartlett, May Wat- son, absent for exam. Senior Grade III, Miss Jepsom's Class V. Alexander, C. Peake, E. Nichols. M. Shirley, 11. Maholl, M. William- son M. 'Johnson, A. Maguire, S. Jenks, J. Tudor. U. Kipp, 13. Me- Vtan, Jl. Kenner, Beaton, M.; Holt II. Schumacher, L. Forles. L. Holt, C, MiA'can, K.'Dickie, G; Fil- 1 nicr. Junior Grade III. Miss Jepsorn'.s Class T. Robertson, C. GiUord, V. Cross, Laura Bourne, TrcIMnis, C. Hob- iscn, M. Tonge, 1C. Jenls. Lilian j liourne, K. Symonr.s, N. Palerson, .1 Masssy, D. Holt, McRae, A. Wicis, J. Tudor, E. Porter, P. Pul- ley, Lloyd Bouch, Lyle Boueh. Grade II. Klsie Ahretis, Kathleen Marshall, i Marjorie Claude McGwire, George Powell, Norene Arnold, Jack i Randle, Doris Comtek, Norman Hrooks. Hillv Chainey, Clarence Pat- rrson, Earl' McGregor, Ella Harris, Ueggic Bunce, Ernest Stevens, Sid- ney' Tuckwall, Elva Hull, Emil Ew-- crt, Alfreda Graves, Leita Maguire, Amelia Wakelin, Roswcll Tudor, Jet- frcy Williamson, Leslie Bartlett, Sid- ney Bourne, Annie Mosaic, Alice Die- sctli, Nancy McGowan, Minnie Schu-; macher, Ethel Hniiies, Sidney Peake, Gladys CoombcB, Camille O'Brien, Irene" Wootis. Frank Wrt ins, Bert- Tonje, Joe Johnston, Bessie Battist, j Thu'rbcr Harris. Name a Former Cranbrook Man SEAL COFFEE Recognized in all professions and walks of life, ns the leading coffee in the best grocery stores of Ciuiuda. In }4. I and 2 pound cans. Whole Also Fine Ground for Percolators. CHASE SANBORN, MONTREAL. 162 .PHONE 1224 jPuib'iio feeling against the Teutonic powers very strong ti-itn oiir iiic Ally, Japan. This is shown by the signboards which appear :ou the etir of On territory recently taken from by, the Japs In Asia. Germans and Austrians ire not illowed in the same hotels other verloading The Stomach ISES INCOMPLETE DIGESTION EAK6NS THE'SYSTEM AND ll Package of Stuart's Dyspep-la Tablets Free uttoay is as vllo a sin 0.1 drunk tss and Hi evil results are mole tble and far more rapid The hu bystem turns Into the stomich alimentary canal from 7 to 15 ids of dlgeitive fluid everj tuen mr hours Cram >our stomach rood and you exhaust these I BS H yo'u stomacn cannot digest' food because it lacks Juices to do ilth vou should either eat less or e more gastrli. fluids uart s Dyspepsia Talblets -contain 1 "dlcnts oae grain of which will di 3000 grains o( food With Stu Dyspepsia TaiDleta In >our atom the evil effects of overeatlnB aro ived for these little taWets when' lived stick to the food and -digest the good from It Ihei -wont don the stomach ,and leave a i 6t decaying undigested food to Ify and irritate the mucous .mem- e lining They gne greater quail j of gastric fluid help the intes i enrich the blood prevent con ition, and glutton) while sinful yet be mado.Iess harmful by the of. these.. tablets, ery druggist1-carries them !n i. price 50 cents per box, or scml four name :ahd address and wo; send jou a tlial package free bj Address T A Stunt Co 215 rt Building Marshall sement to't You "Quit Drinkin ihe usual" "way; "niakc drink '-quit' Don't lie to oven gh >ou do Ho to anl ds >oii say I can quit I want to." Don't lie "fuddled1 more toy -.Honor. me to thb NenI Institute, West, Calgary, or write or phone 5. and lot the writer toll yon in how eis> il by nodorr N M Wiv )o make tey onil you m principal i' Calg irj Dec 2i) annual mg the United Oils Ltd TV as held enterdaj jnbrnmg at the oiUce of tliL compani ut the Burns block E en thing lo elv t'e revert o! 1 tcsjdent and ptncral 0 G Devemsh hen boiled doun the- shareholders iwere perfect sat- ibfei with the report Mr. Devenish Vas .unanimously tc- electnd a-5 Mere Ducctors 0 S Clia jiin, M D Ceddps, F M Compton G- b and G E BUI President Devenish in his report sajs respecting development 'Altogether irom m> the United has had a ;eir It has tie eloped the largest gts m Canada it his substantial cd our helief that tht gas comes from petroleum it has encountered oil un der- conditions which were; cxpecti-d, and it is mv confident belief that oil m hr e quint iS hut a short dis- be ton t-nm- 'present depth (3 it has actmired additional hold nies o t-rounrd that with the bring ing in of a single well it mil con trol the creiin a Iirge oil field In connection with the develop I ment of ffus it is aerhnent for me toi nld thit the Uritfel controls enough1 proved gas land to snppH all C in tdi inrt of llio stales mtuiii ind I Uchcvc the sup plv will pro o piacticalh able Vancouver, B. G., Dec. a uiheral convention in Vancouver to- M A AlacDonald presidert of the provincial Liberal association of British Columbia, was given un- animous nomination to oppose Hon. C. E. Tisdall. who lias just hten ap- pointed minister of in We Bows.-r cabinet. The probability is that Lome Camphcll, appointed minister of mines, will be opposed by Mi) or of Rossland That Mr H. C. Brewster, leader of the in the province, will be the nominee to oppose A, C. Flummerfelt, wbo has been siven the post of finance ministfT, is a foregone conclusion. BERNHARDT IMPROVES Andernos, France, Dec. left here today for Paris on her way to where it is. expected she will recite "The Cathe- she does seated in a on the stage. She has recover- ed from a severe attack oC ibrohchi- tls. PROMINENT NURSE SPEAKS. __ A BULfcAR Sofia via Amsterdam DPC >S Ilulgaria will restore to Serbia conyuored Macedonian v properly belongs lo the Bui gars, Czar idFI parliament todaj In n speech from the ihrono (he formalbrotoned the parlta montirv sessions w ith n review of Bulgarian ilotoiies against th6 Scrbs ftiul Princfis Boris 'and. Csril attended thcj opening fiossioff M s Um Nadcn, one oi Ihr pio nrrr residents of ills is clnri. Many Nurses in Canada and where Say the Same. t Clialtmm, a nurse have had occasion to use Dr. F-n onto Prescnp tion quite a Jot 1 always recommend it to my paljenli and'-it has a wonderful help k inany of them. 3 never knew of case where it failed. I have a patient r using M now aid she is doing fine since tak- ing if I have fikcn it mjself ind got tno best re- sults. I consider it the best .medicine there is to-day for women who are ailing." EDITH Moons, 30 Chatham, Ont. THAT WEAK BACK Accompanied by pain here and Kxtrcnm cejilesg ness or funl spelh, chills or are ignite of disfrcwj for a woman She may be growing from girlhood into womanhood from womanhood to mother- later suffering-during middle lifr, whicli leaves so many wrecks. of ft omen At any or all of these periods of i woman's life she should take a tonic and nervine prescribed for just such coses by n phjsician of vast experience in the diseases from which women suffer. Dr Pierct s Tnvcrite Piescnpt ot hw successfully 4reakd more cases in tho past 50 jrars Uian nny other known remedy ft cm nott bo had m sugar t-niioft form writ ai n the liquid Sold mrdicmo dtilers or (rial box by mail on receipt of SO cents m stamps Dr Pierce, Ijn ilids Hotel Buffalo N Y Pierce's I'lcasjant 1'cUets Complexion. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. 0. Robertson are' spending- a couple of weeks iii tfanfi.j mid-weo-K1 service and teachers' meeting .at St. Cyprian's has been cancelled'tor tonight. j J. Ogllvie, who is attending the, university at Edmonton, is spending the holidays in the city. i The Wesley choir will meet for prac- tice tonight instead. of on Friday Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. Dyce, who were in charge of the Herald contest, left this afternoon for Medirine Hat .Mr. M. J. Long, of Forres, Sask., who spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cieary, 420 Seventh St., returned to his home yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Smith and children who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Smith, have re- turned to their home near C-ardston. Madame Levellie, ot .223 Sixth Aye- east, has for her guest through the holidays Miss Vera Glanville, of Herald. The girls' gvmnastit- class vail not have the u e of the pool at the Y AI C A c erj afternoon this TK etk as an nounced, yesterday, but only on Wed- ncfada; The little. Hammonds Mrs T Hammonds children entertained at a delightful Christmas partv on Moii afternoon Eighte-n little girls hid a lovely time placing gime ind .angling in a fish pond On Jan 3rd thert, be held a dance in Biugmann s hall in iid ot funds oi hi Mary s church those TS ho lie mteiesttd in church ftork should make a datt Dancing will commpnct at a and continue tili 2; 0! 1hc death oi Mis John Row. a loimci resident ot Fdmon ton. has been received with regret a Circle of inends Mrs Robs a husband two daughters, "Mrs J Douglas McLean, and Mrs. i g S laylor (Vancouver) and one son Mr Hollv Ross to mourn her Journal. The second of the series oi dances that the Tennis club are givma; will bs held on New Eve at the Masonic hall from 9 to 2 o'clock The proceeds will be used for patriotic pirposes, thsre will be re- frctshments and good fea tares should make the dance a big success The Sunday school of St. Cyprian's church ire iotding their annual con cert tomorrow night in Hsetuool school commencing it 8 5'clock Tl e jirst part of the program will be a pla> inri the stcond pirt will con sist of ducts song1; dulls etc large lj ot i pntiiotio natuie Ten per cent, of the proceerifj will-tie given to the Red Cross. Several of the children at, Central The Hudson's Bay Great Prize Contest Closes 12 Noon, Friday, Dec. 31st For tiic guidsuK'C ol' those who linve not seen the rules governing1 this contest give fhc> following instructions. ..All contestants runs! estimate the nninlior of Ik-tins con- tained in a "'lass bottle now on view in (he Gift Bureau. For your guidance we slate that the bottle when full, con- tains one imperial Half Wallon. and is filled with beans. The bottle measures 10% inches liigh, inches in cir- cumference, at the bottom and tapers to 10 im-hcs at the neck. This gives all nn opportunity to arrive at their estimate. One coupon will be given with, each Cash Purchase of- ONE DOLLAR or over. When you have made your es- mark the figures plainly on the back of the Coupon. and place it in the box. -The Seal of the bottle will be broken at 12 noon Eri- day -and the correst number will be announced in the store ..at six 'o'clock Friday. IMPORTANT NOTICE! TliC Piiiiio will be given to the person whoso correct or 'ue'a'f.e'st correct estimair- was first received, and the other gifts will he awarded in the order. It is stipulated that no contestant will, he awarded niore than and. tie de- cision of the management of the-stare' will be final. employee of the Hudson's Bay Co. will he allow- ed to participate in this contest. The following is the list of prizes to be awarded: 1, Prize........... Donalfla Piano 2. Prize.......... Axminster Square Prize.......... .Ladies! Trunk 4; Prize..........-.. Suit Case iy. Prize...........Ladies' eater fi. Ladies' Boots .....7. Prize ___.... .Electric Iron Prize___. .....Military Brushes 9. Prize...........Borneo Slippers. 10. Prize...........Pair Ladles' Kid Gloves SPECIAL NOTICE-The Contest Closes at 12 o'clock noon on Friday, December 31st Hudson's Bay Company VA.. "WAR BOOM" TOWN DES- TBOYEP BY-FISE mes that to tire soldiers children at, the Christmas party giv- en by the I 0 I) 1 on Christmas lie "Mrs, r Urymnfr decorated the trees and tables, and the refresh- ments. looked a'tf-r by Mrs JJoMncr Mrs t M Jolmstone ,mn Mrs Tinning bought all the tots that distributed The 0 t club giie IODP 'to prouilo this treat ihe mono being the pro weds ot ,1 silf of wor-> held in ilif Photo shosmg thr actual burning of Hnpoueli Vi, the 'gunpowder ntv of Jo 000 inhabitants ivhicli. pew up in the last star On December the unlne cin was destroyed though llic Du Pont Powder Mills, the town's sole support was trom the flames LADY DROGHEDA, AS SALESGIRL il'lcd insh tlu count n selling tennis lacmipts on a "Red Crois rcconlls In ii London s OK Retains'flavor and freshness ;