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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta T H E L E T H BR ZD g'e Al ij-t H ERA L D FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1916>' Supreme Chocolale I A pure, unsweetened, cooking chocolate. Easily J melted and mixed, containing that rich chocolate .'^ flavor that can only be,obtained froni. the finest '4 and most expensive cocoa' beans.- For years the ( most satisfactory cooking chocolate in Canada. H Sold everywhere. aBasaBHHBHBBBEaBBBBai Made in Canada. m WITHOUT FEAR �OF lilGESTl 0 �: SOUR, ACID instant relief! "pape's dia-j'pepsin" ends your stom-ach troubles forever. Wonder vliat upset your stoninch -^whlch portion of the food did the damnge-tlo you? Well, doivt bother. If .your stODinch is in revolt; if sour, ga^sy and upset, and what you just ate lias fennentod into stubborn lumps; head dizzy and aches; belch ga^es and acids and eructate undi-gestt^d food: breatli foul, tongue coSte^-just ta'lve a little Pape's Dia-pepsJn and in five minutes you wonder what 'became of the indigestion and distress. � JlUUons of men and women today know that, it is needless to have a bafl stomach. A little Diapepsln occasionally l0, was Honuted to the Hitriotlc and Red Cross funds. The uiarrlasc of Miss l.oroen Hansen to Mr. Holier Marker occurred | !on SiUuniay evening at the homo of  tl'.c bride's sister,'Mrs. T.eroy Uoillns. I'res. Tlios. Dnce ollicinted. The youn^-couple are both residents of Card-stoii. .Tiiil are very popular. A satherini; In honor of Patriarch H. L. Ilinman, .idoueor'of Cardston, who celebrated his TOlh birthday ycs-tcnlay. was held last evening at his rp.siilence. Members of the family were present and a very enjoyable eveiiin.c was slfent. On l-'ViUay the liish I'riosts of the stake honored the patriarch in a gathering at the sta'ixP president's oftlce. A presentation was made in the form of a volume of "The Life of Christ." The Knight. Academy gave a well rendered presentation of 'Hazel Kirk' at the assembly hall on Monday even-jing. Proceeds $9.S. All the charac-�ler.s were well taken and suited to I the parties who assumed the various-roles. I Committees are busy on prepara-' tlon for the lirst ward re-uniou on Krl-; day. ..Vn ambitious program has been i arranged. Invitations have been ex-! I tended to all residents of the ward | over 1-t years of age. On Saturday all under that age will be entertained. On Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Frank llrown celebrated their silver wedding anniversao'- -V large gathering of immediate friends and relatives were present and a very enjoynoie evening was spent. "ma THE LADIES' ST0RE  PHONE 453 ACADIA BLOCK Choose Your WHEN GOLD MOVES New York, March 9.-The local sub-treasury paid over to the Canadian Bank of Commerce Wednesday $1,-700,000 in gold certificates, representing that sum of gold received at the San Francisco, sub-treasury consigned to the banking institution from Australia. Several local ranchers of Creston Valley reported having seen robins about February loth. RAILWAY WORKERS ARE STRONGLY IN FAVOR OF EIGHT-HOUR DAY ; A Irirly distiiU'tivo assonililngo of ntnv-osl sails, coats, skirls luVd drosscs'iiuw Ica-lurcd luM'o iiiid while assovinioiits in'(> not yet comiilote imd coniiireliensive, llic showing' I'or tomorrow Ceaturos many new jvar-monts for the first time, and is well wortli a special visit. Noi'Unvay �>j�'">Suits $22.50 to $35.50 Many handsome and most attractive styles, sizes 16 to 42, colors navy, green, Belgian and black. Handsome New Skirts, 50c to $13.50 Splendid serges In navy and black, black and white checks and fine voile, Duchesse and taffeta skirts in newest styles. IeNTEX SEASON; salmon, %�) tins, 2 for.................. 25c salmon, ^Ib tins, Donalco, finest Sdckeye 15c salmon, lib tins, Donalco or Horse Shoe .. 25c. digby chicks, per box...... v____.....35c bloaters, special per tin----......16c finnan-haddie (ThisUe brand) 2 tins^fof .35c. oysters, in can, small size, 2 for----...;.. 25c oysters, in can, large size, each ......... 25c. clams, 2 for........................,.. 25c. sardines, Huntsman, 2 tor.........25c sardines, Olat Brand, each ............ 14c. sardines, King Oscar each ......... ......17c COD FISH, (Acadia) per box..........,.,.. 34c lobster, % ib. tins, Mephisto, special----.30c Armour's Grape Juice % t 'Owing to the great success tif our GRAPE-JUICE SALE, we have decided'to 'continue'it another week.. Just one sUe'left. ^Of* "Qltart^ bottles, regular'SOc, on sale .-., iCpUV m m 'McCONACHlE'S PICKLES, sweet mixed, Gerklns, ' White Onions, regular 40c for ............ 29c TOMATOES, best Ijrands, 3 cans for .......40c. TOMATOES, 2nd Quality, 2 cans for.........25c PEACHeS, Quaker brand, per tin...........14c PEAS, CORN'arid BEANS; .'I cans for.......35c PINEAPPLE (Llbby'a) 2s; Scans for ........ 45c PANdAKE. FtiOUR, Aitnt-Jfeinima's; 2 pkgs for 35c KEiRB^S TEAS, per^^ 40c, SOCj and ,.......60c. B.. C. oVtGi .W- 5SpA^;:, 2 :cart'ona ............. 45o ^\itAAG^,^^^i>ioj^^^P^ U bars ..50c GOLD SOAP, 5 cakes 'for ............... 25c. ^ '\J^iiio?( . f........ 25c ' ; GREEN ONIONS, 3 bunches for.............25c FLORIDA GRAPE FRUIT, 2 for .......C.'j. 25fr RIPE TOMATOES, per lb, ____... ..1.'i30e, RHUBARB, per Ib.^.............'............ 2Sp  CUCUMBERS, each'...................... 30c CAULIFLOWER, large white heads ..,.,.'.. 25c HEAD LETTUCE. 2 for.................. 25c HOTHOUSE LETTUCE, per lb. ',...,'....... 35c, f RADISHES, a bunches ........... 25c PARSLEY, 3 bunches ........... 25c New Middy Waists, $1.75 to $2.25 " These are all novelty middies, very,smart and stylish, ..white, with wide stripe collars and cuffs and oUier attractive styles. Heavy Silk Hose, Special $1.00 PJxtra good quality, worth ?i.50, colors sky, pink, grey, mauve, black and white. New Habutai Silk, Siiecial $1.00 Black and white, 3(i inches, washable and imtearable. Excellent values. Gossard Corset;^? Now Made in Canada and sold at American Prices, $2.25, $3.00, $4.50 & $5.50. -- / These numbers sold la.�t season at $3.50, $4.50, $6,00 & $3.00. Kxactly the same qualities, but � now mi'.de in Canada, and the duty eliminated, making this high class coi'.set as cheap as, many iuferlor .makes.' , ^ . ... .. OUR COMPLETE NEW" STOCK JUST TO HAND, FEATURING MODELS SUITABLE FOR SLIGHT MEDIUM AND STOUT FIGURES, ALL EXCELLENT STYLES AND PERFECT-FITTING MODELS. ^ We have an. e.'cprrl corsoture to fit you with the model best suited to your figure. Coats of Every Description, $9.00 to $32.50 Sports coats, silk coats, covert coats,' serge and gaberdine coats in a lovely range of styles, / ail cheaper than last year. New Serge Dresses, $10.00 to $17.50 Handsome styles of the famous Nprthway nialie, sizes IC. to 44, colors, mostly navy and black, many hand trimmed, / A Big- Shipment of Yarn, Per lb. $1.00 Very scarce at present, colors grey, blncki  white arid UhaUr. splendid" (luality, OauBdIaii' made. (iirls- Wash Dresses, ,............. 35c cooked ham, per tb ......-----..........40c. back bacon'in piece, 34c; sliced 37c pea meal bacon per lb ......;........ 30c, boneless smoked herring per pkg. ,. .20c new Laid eggs, special Friday and Saturday, per dozen ................35c. CRISCO, two sizes, per tin 60c and SOc, Dominion Officials Will Address Farmers at Several Points in -the Lethbridge District the farms of the following: M.Mik-kelson, .Manyberries; T. H. Frankish, Foremost; J. W. Mcldrum, Magrath; W. Jt. Kinder, Milk Uiver; Sandgren and Carlson, Pincher Creek; W. Grier, Macleod; J, A. Nielson, Carmangay; F, N. Perry, Grassy Lake; M. Mor-tenson. Bow Island; U. H. Babe, Whit-la; E. J.- Hunt, Medicluo Hat; .1. Fisher, .Tenner; P. \Y. Barry, Em- press. New stations will be opened tliis year at lllRh River, Jiunson and Stealer. a majority against Sherbrooke, Que., March 9.-A vote on tho question of church union, taken at the annual meeting of tlie presbytery of Quebec, registered a majority against union. a prussian fire' .\msterdam, via London, March 0.-� .\ great fire has destroyed ware-liousos and a large quantity of mer-chandlBo at Muenchen-Gladhach, a town In Uhcuish Prussia, IG miles southwest of Dusseldorf. The damage was extensive, according to Gcr-j man newspapers received hero. , ' Family Ciroijcrs and Provision Merchants I .,'J?hQW 1453 c, 313 5th Street Sornu � J. p. Irwin, Inspector of inustratiori-stations for Alberta and $afikatche^; wan, has just completed arrangements' for a aeries of meetings which are to bo held at the following places in Aibertn: . - Bow Island, Alarch 13; Grassy Lake March 14; Carmangay, March 15; Magrath, March IG; Pincher Creek, Mar, 18...... The speakers at these meeiingB- W. H. Fairfield, superintendent of the experimental farm at Lethbridge; John Fixter, supervisor of illuatra'tlon stations, Ottawa, and J. F, Irwjn- wjll explain the work and purpoa'a of the illustration Bfatlons and will ^also discuss the selection, grading >and germination of seed grain and Some of the problems ot cultivation, I'll is an interesting tact that in': the districts whore those  illustration osta-tions were in full crop in 1915'^ as many as fifty onqulries have beeo received for seed grain. As,the .distribution of.iJurer'and bettej OMMr�tlvo-Mon-prolll 108 Klnv Stmet, EB>t,'Cornor Chuich ToroDto, Ontario ' � TRY THIS RECIPE , ; orangie cake \ 1 cupful sugar luico ot 1 orange li egg-whites 3 ogg-yolks 1 cupful breud-tlour 11,4 teaapoonfula Fow eraluH of suit bakhig powder. Beat the egg-yolks till creamy, add the sugar, and blond thoroughly. Measure the orange Juice and add water, ii: necessary, to make a ImU'-cupful of liquid. -Mix tho baking powder with the flour, and add alternately to first mlxturo with tho orange juice. Fold In the ogg-whltes beaten stiff. Bake In luyors about five minutes in ia hot ^oven; reduce tho heat and cook more , slowly till tlio cake la. dou^-about fifteen mlnutos iri all. Put to-getlipr and loo 'w'Uh orange frosting, or use'a jelly or \ whlppea-oream tilling, and sprinkle powiierod Bugar over tho top, rills cake will keep hiolst 'for IkW \ �iovoa'al days: 54 ;