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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 7, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta fo-irtay/ February ~t, lUUl; THE LETHJiKlJLKxE DAILY HERALD Fage 3 :]^if ontezuma had his chocolate prp^areci Vith vanilla and spices. History says, it was reduced to "a froth of the consistency of honey". In spite of the primitive Aztec method of preparation, the old emperor found chocolate so appetizing that his. daily, average was about 50 cups. It has remained for modern methods to' produce cocoa at its best. In your first properly prepared cup of Lowney's you �will taste finer cocoa than anyone ever drank before Lowney's came. Lowney's Cocoa is a delicious blend of the choicest cocoa'beans from the best, .cocoargrowmg countries. ' . /-Lowney's shows you how cocoa ought to taste. / Sold by grocers. In tins, 10c to 50c sizes. The Walter M. Lowney Co., of Cenada, Limited, Montreal' Alberta Branch, Cadogan Block, Cilgary QU4RTE11 lIILLIOXiX WKDDl X(i PRESENTS !n spite of the "simplicity" of the Finley Shiepard-Hel en Gould nuptials, the array of gold and silver left by admiring friends was valued at $250,000, and required a force of special police to look after it. The table full in the picture is only part of the magnificent showing. Through C. P, R. he Sold it Twenty Cents Above the Market DISGUISED AS PRIEST FOOLED IHE KING ALLEGED JOURNALIST WHO.) PLAYED CHURCH ROLE TO SEE KING FERDINAND Sofia, li-eb.. 7.-Quit* the raciest Scandal! slrrcethe war began burst on Sofia yesterday. -,? A "'Dr." Roche, from Chicago, a correspondent for an American Press ^geii%r%�so be abje next year to export a ship load of malting barley to the English firni. The Agricultural Branch of the C. iP.'R. Department of Natural Resources is at all times-willing to help any farmer in the marketing of his crop. All ho has to do is to send in a small sample, about eight ounces, of 'his grain,: vviiili the- government germination test. The service is absolutely free of charge. LLOYD GEORGE IS FOILED.CURIOSITY OF OPPONENT TO PROBE VIEWS ON LAND-POLICY Dean Rutherford Gave Some Valuable Tips-The CP. R. Farm Policy 150 MINERS- ENTOMBED luikaoka, Japan,. ask^the .R^Mj ^��1 r�.liiiii llf). E. FLEMING The Weil-Known Baritone THE MORIUS ORCHESTRA Under the Direction of Professor Veslock � city next season on his way home from Australia. .Vancouver is the next,city to be visited. - MUSIC AND DRAMA (Conducted tiy-FIDELIOV > B!J0U THEATRE THE PEOPLE'S � FAVORITE Friday and Saturday A BANNER PROGRAM. � INCLUDING MOTHER GOOSE Fairy Story, Specially for the Children TWO OTHER SPLENDID ATTRACTIONS WILL ALSO BE SHOWN PRICES: Matinee 15c and 5c. EVENING:. 15c and 10o. BOXES 25c Monarch Theatre THE OLD DOLL MAKER A ve^ry. pathetic story by The Gem Co. BOB'S DECEPTION A Big Rex Feature FLOE'S DISCIPLINE j A Rich Clean Cut Comedy. by the Victor Co. THE MONARCH ORCHESTRA Under the direction of . Miss-> McPhee. , . farces of the season, and is fully -guaranteed under the. pure tun law. Miss Amy Lawranoe 'will complete .the bin with her singing oC the latest �' Bong, successes in her inimitable manner....  � * i, , j * �' �-. At the .'Morris � v �:�':,,: The large audience, which greetpfi the Buckner's Dixie Jubilee Singers.: at this houfe last night, clearly .doti* monstrated that their previous performances in'this, city . had not ib-J-en. forgOifi-,ftid any time their'prof-r' gramnn ip to the standard: of:th9'v> one thw .^ndered last night, tht,y 11 v.'lll be very welcome here again. \ It 'would be unfair to mention-,'any:if;-one of the artists in particular,- as each one proved excellent. ,j. , Tonight, the house again turus'to,*j' pictures, and Manager Morris is prey's-senting two highly, interesting^-fea'te'e:; _ ures. "Convicted by Hypnotism'-: wi%:T,^f*%^ She the headlines. A. good many peonvfc pie are skeptic;as to wiietherv:people^ ican do what is alleged while- under^ r\ the state-ol hypnotism, and,thlB two?" ; �reel production should be seen- by: all',*:: { as- the author has: woven som�r�all^v',; clever plots in the piece. ' t ; "�� Another, very interesting pictare to , be shown is - the one taken - of Pope. 'Pius X. in the garden of the Vatican'., �t This is a genuine picture, taken In/ Rome, but it must be understood d^f! involves no play. It Is purely, a ^cenicfit' production, sho.wlng th� many 'bqauti-^.a^ ful surroundings of the Vatican" (o-^'^y gether with" his Holiness taking TilkV'-1 daily constitutional. Mr. G-eorge Fleming" w'ill sing'iff'hissx..^. usual pleasing manner, while the^or^j. �' chestra .will render:'- appropriate;fa|naiJ^>!|H up-to-date music. Prices, 10, ^nd^J-S'i\ ",,..JP cents. Visit the Morris- it's ;'w.orth'* v, \ m while. . J City Engineer Ferguson of'.G-nelpb. j has 'issued a writ foi^iibel against W ^ '* D Williamson oC( thatTcity cizing civiof work^. V' igainstW^  >1 ro. critU . Fine Week-End Program' at Starland? With today's entire change of pj'o-V gram at Starland, many new and' novel features will be � introduced. The leading attraction.- will be another of the highly successful'Kay Bee two reel, productions -.-entitledz "The Little Turncoat," one of the most stirring ancV^elaborat^vfeatureB' ever seen here.; It'.iis '";ff certain to -raise an aVah^hfe^oi^furfj; for it Is one of the most' 'lua^orSus "I Get Busy! :..., Six room house, on 50 x 125. ; feet, 12th- St., near. Ctlr Avenue^ ^outh. ,.$4,000.00 ?500 cash, balance $30.00 ^ month, 7%.  Clear Title The , 1 ' * Dowsjey - Malhern ;