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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1918 THE LF/niBHIDC.ft i \ \ \ IT PA(Hv FIFTEEN > r.  *'* *!* a , . .. CI O **- a 4 -t 1 4 * 4 * 4 *5 The food drink PHONE 1224 of (;, I . i r i / ; i I i i III' i- li T Ml 1 � M . .S i T!!!' W IIP ' , ' >� m. : ��!'.� I: � i i' - V. U : i }t i}-  \ * s :\ f! i I v'nitf! v, : .. .1 11 . \W : ic'u : It* ! 1 �r :� -;i ::' i 1 I � r 1 I i I ) ,  .11',. I ^ j > 111 ' f 1 I � 1 * 1 ! i h 1 I ] 1 . j i v ! 1 ' t __ua without fault 0 Made high grade cocoa beans, skilfully blended and manufactured perfect mechanical process, without use chemicals. absolutely pure and wholesome, and its flavor is delicious, the natural flavor of ST. PATRICK St,. Cat rick w.ta h k'^IUmikii) Who ciiUif n\' flvrMU jH-uplr, i/e JuiJU a rhiir* h in )>t)b)ln mwu Ami uti it. (^'t. :t .sd'cplt.-. His fatlti.T was a (lallak'lH-r, I (is iiiot.hfi* w.'iH a liraijy, Vfis aunt was CSdJiu^luif'SHy, Ami an iiik-Ic was OGrady. So HiiccraHortds Sf. I'atrickV Kor hc'rt a saint ;-a> rk'Vpr, H�.j Kavt- Mm* snak':H and t.oads ;% (wist And htMitslitifi them fon-vtr. the cocoa bean. % *% �% #* �J cir ausia; i ic ska'cr v. ihli'i' anil licv im r. ii pniuilar ulX':. I.:. Imwi'vcr. a clone st!ct' !�art dl" Hie wuck t-i* .-ii a I oi t he i . i J> ah l { �' 4 J - J 1 ^ h ;c i. >J ,1 � \ n 1 ' i v Mil-1 \ f Pim! ' 1 1 * If. 1 !i i it* i � �  * �  ' . 1 [ > p k. . r i - L | 3 h f \0 1 + \ �t * - h - l l 1 h i1 i v i . J - 3 l i 1 ' . - ' r 1 1 ^ L p x h rid .1' I n Ale*? r i M r 'v'.MJJ. til' 1 /1 *, 111 * i. -1 1 x ^ - F f 4 PJ i  11 - i- p - PERSONAL  *-* *** > *> S' The genuine bears this trade-mark and .Miss ['. ('. Mir i h)Il. .MisUrt: aiaf i is ;it prcsf.'ii! nu: Castle. Auxiliary /1 Scotlaud. whoiv I } made "Mr. and .\frs. \V. U, rawst/u. .Jr., an1, reKisturerl at tin.- U:thbrld^ I Jutol j l,l,,,,l'ls 'sh,, i"'f aftcrl spending two months in I,uiiu-ip'irary matron. lUsat'li, I'alifornin. .i! \'.'V|])S.> J.-a!. KJi'e4}�ij-�', pa.-1 i"V.' til'* S ) f. . j!!'. 1 4 f 1 'i In- ^ i* v. j i ; i � � i'Ti;!)''! i; i' !� r y ill" > (r ; j . � \ *�! V i jit)' i � : � ' I "  �.1 I*, i nos J t:a n,i i [) � -i* u; fir - p 1 i r i 1 1 \ l l of - h III. h h 1 X 1 t 1 !Jt '. \i J i only by WALTER BAKER & CO. Limited. Montreal, Can* Dorchester, Mass, r MQIBTEfttn TRADE* MARK Established 1780 Kdmontou. Miss FiesRio t(ohuan. of Taher, is spondlng thr "week end with -Miss Dorothy Richardson. *  * i Mr. and Mrs. W. .f. Whitney have returned from a visit to California. t * MrK. D. A. Taylor wishes to state that the letters appearing in the Herald pign*Ml by M. K. Taylor wtjro iiot written bv her. 11 11" ^ j The* following uii civiid by the I': LiiMit. ( W-iicra ! Sir manding thu t'ana P'orcea; "1'lcasf; convcv 'Mlrf* of CaiunliMn nncn that thtur ' \',\prdi ti whieli is report!-) than $100.(HHMliH gan. The D. C. coui^ ciiled that the pi-100,fl'i'i -eight of the wo;; - n . uiadf more lite war tj'.:- ' 1 1 t ! I III] f llu II I'll I sf: ir k *u j k 11 p 11 \ Hi"- 'CI 1 � * '� 1 \\ *- j iii tp rt S) ! j! t* > I i i 1 * * ' f ' At - iiiv '.1 i m-riai'Htiuu:, j si1 j'f-i l':nbur;r d i;. TIip >n! SpUIISlMlM tU (1^*1 j j � i  i t ' 1 i i ' � J I I - 1 i i r. > -rj r v j � * ii' r'� 'Wry T' >- M ! ' ' ; i^z p ' i�* *i t v, hp: *� It*' s> \r i hat*a ' : i � i v t fH - a i . � � v M�i pa lit a \ t; � � * � �! i i i11 )\ i Tin ': i * � � i ' :i� ^.p ' I '* 1 :WMI I ilM I. , i 1 !j r, � ^ i * i i n � i aii1 ijiia : v.- I m 1 I ' \ 1 A * i - i ii 'a i- WINNIPEG WOMEN lO BOYCOTT I-iAKr.KS Vippna";, Alarrh 1U. Al a ia . h * > IV 11 tided or r( ih'-T of 1 h n Wo: I.i.igti'1 !a.-: ni^)W i! was doeidwi \- furiii -hi err::inzft! ion to. lui.vci.t: '!i hai*; "Tested. i 1 ar vey !M urphy. a n oid t itio of diiarged tv.it} fhai l>at!a1.ion a t>\v ! C:i!gary. wiin drove th" (^neons' ho'el days ago a ��� �.Mint of v slight dei'evt � i > w - 1 * �r many years, died at rhe k'Mtj > ^ a > only a single newspaper or periodica] can be sent in one wrapped to soldiers ! * *> > overseas, and the evident different in-' iurpretatiott of BrlTlsh' regulations that prevail in England, The Star wired "Canadian postal officials state that tho London correspondent na follows: Mrs. .Ti II. DeWolfe entertained at the ten hour yesterday afternoon, complimentary to Mrs. K. Parr of Saskatoon.  * * The dance given in the K. O. H. Itali last uiKhi in honor of the virdrfw; basket ball teams was greatly enjoyed by the large number present. Mrs. J. E. Terrlfl entertained iaM. 4 jnjghi. at. t^.St,, Patrick's party further % 1 daughter, ^Hss Kathleen. Five huii-drod was played at five tables, the1 prize going to Miss Ada Murray. 1  *  � * * ? * ? : �> > * ? ; > > > * AND SOCIETIES ' 1* ** % V*� %  The Art Needlework class will meet at the home of Mrs. W. t\ Roy. f)M The women of Norih America may have to give up :-.\. platinu�n jewelry if the Germans e� ed in corraliug i))e Kttssi.in suppi . '-j^ential for tnun-H ion work. Queen Aloxahdr.-. is t-peeially jdea5=-ed with her' nev. t, nor beeause it is 1 essentially RriM'oi and to* llritisii people. Tier Male--: v shares with the r ljueejj the speci :1 honor of beine: n pi!me of the da our oldest, and highest- Order � tlhivalry. Only Queens njjil Q;e > n Consorts can hold it. Jt- ;98 in van;! eiy worn by Qticen Ale^andrn at re functions. Among I he lesser ha^.'-es nf Orders -worn cm audi oeeasi'Uts her Majesty bus always hii'hid-d the [;anirli Royal Family Onl or; s!m* holds the first, class bf the Royal ;*� seldom w..j n unless Royal persrin- �KOs from re- countries to which the Orders belong 'ii'e on a visit h� re. � o ft ^T'J WOOUENS-^a^ The Bath 3eli^htfu! i 1 ''I - * i Seventh St, S., oti Monday afternoon. * >i' o An executive meeting of the Major r.,.;. *> *: o o *> v> British regulations prevent morv. than , _ , t. t . , .... one newspaper or periodical in single j;lat* ( ^  i,c ^ - ,�,.infUp,,i tn- i,!,,n-i*i"GW ld tUo homo or* Mrs. t-onybeare. O on Monday. March IK. at S p.m. MY BOY. Ttv .leiiij ,!. Ker^U5on. wrapper or periodical in ' single wrapper to soldiers In England or France. Is this wrong interpretation?" The Ladies' Aid of the United church will hold a reception for the ti D ., r � �!* *2� > * * > > Chamber bus been a big social show.! And I would have my spirit touch Thy Spirit, and so en^rK^vi His spirit th;o his strength be- stub As bears the heart, to great euno'ise. And I wonid iiavo the purest flame That fights (he -souls of seraphim Possess him. iluit nor sin nor shame Should pm. defiling handy on him. And I would have him humbly kneoi. Far from iho thought, of men's ap-plan ^e. And take. !ren (hoe n knightly zeal To battle ;'")� a noble cause. ' m * .y.v t*.'.'> You would enjoy your bath twice as much if you couid get water as soft as summer rain-the kind they used to have in the old-fashioned cisternor r^io-barrel. There is o. better way now, to s*ct the same result, with any water, and that is to use 1^ iVj-.-i s-*... ^ � - Hi; i * � I. You ;;pri^kle in q few spoonsful of these dainty, transparent little flakes of the pores! soap, and fttir them �bouC. Instantly they dissolve,imparting their satiny softness to the water. He sure tov have a LUX shampoo, too- it makes the ir silken and healthful* LUX-it won't shrink woollens either. � - British made, hy � 34 LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED TORONTO Sold by Good Grocers,'; \ .. 1 - j- t AT n jl G.90 to 9.00 p.m. NO PHONE ORDERS M0 C. 0. D. LADIES' BLACK SILK BOOT lUaek only. Si/., s tn 10. Jtegular 71 - in Uliit'k. whito, tan or jcrv.v. iJ.-Kular >-..oo pair. T S'i; ni'il:, v nij-'/Lit ............ 1.59 A NEW SHIPMENT OF WAISTS JUST ARRIVED 4 m In sr ripet:. while wilb eoloref] foliar-, ami rufl's. voiles wilii pretty net eoliar^ and \yitb (Mnhroiilrred front rt. All dii'i'-rent tiiyl"--!. Kep;ular to *".'Ja. Saturtlay ni^ht h L 1.29 TWO SPECIALS ARE HERE FROM OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT That will make it. worth your while to shop bet.weou (j aiul p,m. LADIES' PATENT LEATHER AND DULL KID PUMPS Vlain and Colonial .-UyIph. Sizes- V/2 In C A ami Ii i'ittin^. lie^ular to N'i.f.o. Saiuiaiay night .1 99c MEN'S HEAVY PITCH FILLED CALF WORK BOOTS Solid leather sewn and pegged soles ;ni'i ^ua.rantf^od reinforced counters. Si:;' i 1. i\ to H>. Regular $�.0u. *j Qfh � liii'Mi.......... . , . . 0�0 rj ^aiurda\ 250 MAZDA LIGHTS lO.M^ilar (We. Suriifday- 49 c 48 BRASS RODS today Uac. Saturday nifiht 2 4 t fa  ft 19c D0Z. MEN'S MEDIUM WEIGHT GREY WOOL SOX * 4 Regular 40c. Saturday nh;ht Saturday " 29C f i weeis for e r � d THE LAST CAll FROM THE CANDY COUNTER And I \vm[[!(I have h\m livp for ;wo (u hoimr of ihfi groat and iron. Wild wen: so manfully away 'I'o risk liN Mfu for liberty. I 'nionviiie. ur 0 *r> *** o #t* "** WEDDINGS ^ �:� \i Alieo *Mae TJarri ol! the opening, and tho drawing room i W(n)(iF^rl. Out., nnd Air. Joseph Fn>d- 7f Wa . ^ . ^ V.a liind state ball will ho dispenaed with.l^iVk ^]o.,f.vmory. TIio eeremoin was Jf Tou have * severs coujrh or_elieet | frVlft V],[lW> ,,nnnr m,m lu,ttU. lw, rnld accompanied vrith sovencHU, throat tickle, hoarHeiif!�n, or difficult brt?ath-iriff, ur if your child wakes UP during the niffht with vroup and you vane quick help, just try (his pleasaot tMt-injr home-made cough remedy* Any dnif^fist can supply you with otmcna of really" remarhablo remedy-ono thai can he dpp**nded upon ootiirh Refreshments. Mi58 Arnold's Orchestrft Tickets $1.00. Extra Lady BOe Tickets and invitations may be obtained from Mr. Knowlden at Frank Mites' Shoe Repairing Shop, 4th Avenue In Calgary. Mr. F.' Grier -was well known and very popular-in M*ol�od-. -He was educated Oti BIk.s 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, lethbr^cjge L�THBRIDGE, ALBERTA CAUGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRIST ALL BLOCK Craven Mixture, Benedictine, B.D.V. MHd and Medium, St, Julian Smoking Mixture, Cap- stan Mild and Medium. - r rollencles the Duke and Duchess of at the Western Canada College, after lievonahirc. Lady Kaehael has been au which he was on the staff of tlic NiW>  �  25c | All best English Smokins Mijchir^rrl? t in Vk (ins. Regular 35c, fcntuniuy nisht ;