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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FHIDAY. MARCHM7, 15)16 n U Attractively Priced For the Economical Housewife 29c 30c ORANGES. Siiiikist. lUiu skinned ami jiiioy. per iloz. CfJ 30c, 35c. 40c. 45c and 3UC LEMONS. Ii\ri;." i>Ut\ per (loz............ GRAPE FRUIT, f.incy OC-K!oriii!>. litrse sixe. 'J tor CtOQ GRA.oE-FRUIT. l;uicy in, Klordla. luoiiimii sizf fa. lUC APPLES, fiiiK'n Wilu- AC saps. iW 1hi\ ..... �])tr�T;D RIPE TOMATOES, per lb............. CUCUMBERS, iargf hot OA- lions*'. Oil h ...........JlIC HEAD LETTUCE, two HOT HOUSE LETTUCE. O C pcr U).............. ODC CAULIFLOWER, laifc'i' w'lsili' hcaiU ........ BANANAS. per iloK-y ........... CELERY per poll ml .......... TURNIPS, 2�t I)Ol!!lds iov ....... CARROTS, l:; pounds for ................. BEETS, 111 pounds CORN FLOUR. Bio\%n :il!,l i'olsoil's ........ 25c 30c 12c 25c 25c 25c potatoes, good 2g ' 15c 25c 35c 25c peas, 25c 15c GREEN onions, Iwo Immlies ............. H. p. sauce, pvr holtli- ............... snider's catsup, prr l)Ot!le ........... catsup, IJbhys per lioulo ............... tapioca, sago, split peas, ami pearl barley iiackairi's tor ...... ground rice, Bio%vii ami i'olsnn'.- ........ 16c semolina, lirowu lUid -I r Poison's ............. IDC pastry flour, Urowii and I'olson'.o ..... 'salmon. TiS'M- Brand VjS. - I'or ........... salmon, I'lovor l.Piil". H^. t'scli ........... salmon, Clover Loaf. Is. each ............. yarmouth bloaters, oi'.ch ......... kippered herring. pp.cli ................ herrings, ill Tomato Sauce. '- for .... haddie. Tliistlf Braiul each ............ lobster, '-js. each ............ sardines, finest Kreiicli. each .... sardines, King Oscar ouen ................ sardines. Olaf eacli................. codfish, .\cadia. per box ................ peaches, finest Ontario paok. .\o. ! tins On sale......... cherries. Royal Ann. .\o. 1 tins............ creamettes. J pack- ase.-i for ............ brands' A1 sauce, On sale .............. cerebos health saline, per liottle. . quick puddings. for ...-............. pea flour, riyniiiiK- ton's, eaeii ...........___ pickles. Heiiilz in bulk, Swi^e: (Jerkins. Sweet Mixed. Sweet Mustard and Chow Ofi Cliow. per pint ..... ZUC CANADA mimm FOR FARM LABORERS New York. Mareii i'l. i'iie Canadian i,nverntuent is makhis pbins to iidvr.r-tise 'or .'11(1(1(1 farm laborf , n the i;n;'ed .-^lmIis The iniiinn'-.; (i I'-e Dominion. aeeordiiiK to Infornui.ioii reaching here, at the reiiiiejt of ;i'.e governineni. Kniiiteil a rate on one eeiii a mile b-'twciMi lOnier'ioi'. .'ilan.. and Portal Siisi... to hel") 'over llio ;ii:ispor:ation of the men roe.iiired to harvest the i rops o! the pra^r;.- pro.-im es. Coiitraits for this adver;is:i;:; beiiiK entered into vi;!i live tl'.(-.;-.uiil .American iiewspaper.s. The niirp.>uii;!ion since opponents of the nieiisure d thai till' government siionld not lais" any more troops and therob.v disturb the economic aiTairs of the country too seriousb'. until all oT those alreadv calisti'J had been sent abi'oad. 'riirough KmerHon and Portal, often spoken of as the eliieL' ports of entry from the middle western a!;ri'Ultural states to the prairie provinces, a lari;e perceiila.tie of Caiiaila's farivi popula tion has been received in the pa'�t. It is easier for (."ae.'.diaiis to undei-siand, therefore why the soveriinii'nl should have selected this for the reduceil tare than to see the iiece-^siiy for the action, unless the army has turned out to be a greater drain upon Canada's economic interests than Sir Sam llu.uiies was willing to srani. ^^^^^ O VL.WDS CO. nmioiuu'c I lial tlu'v have opciUMl oiil this week ()\'cr five ihousjiud dollars" woflh of new Spi'iiiu' ^'oods hoiiii'hl licl'orc ihc I'l'ccnl iidvaucv in luaiiy lines, and we art> pass-iiiii' ilie valnes on lo yon and will have these lim>s on sale on Saturday for the rirsi tinu>. New Spriiisj;' snils and dresses jnsl arrived liy express for Saini'day Sale. ITD 25c 25c 15c 25c 16c 16c 25c 17c 3()c 22c 17c 14c 35c u pael I4c 22c 25c 15c 45c 25c 30c What the Press Agents Say l'';incy Xeckwear jnsl opened lip in (.'reiie de Clieiie. Mnsliiis. ele. Xew Si ripe Voile lUonses hiu'l and low iiei-k. Special . .^L.'iO At the Orpiioum The great feature. "The Last Days of I'ompeii." T'loO feet of tlirilliui; , pi','ti:re drama, will iie siiiiwn al the Orphenni toniaht. The storv is ba^eil on the famous luMei by Lord I.ytton. land is one of- the mo.^i sensational pictures ever shown. There are lo.. Hill) people used in the takini; of the picture, and the \arious scenes are most thrillinj:. .\ love story of ancient days is told in liie picture. At Starlaiul ' 'I'lie feature at Starlaml toiiiirlil -.vijl be a four-reel Chaplin revue. c(,\es^ ins all of this inimitable coniedir.n's best picuiros, and woven to.c;ei!i"i- in ' such a manner as to make au entirely nev.- produciioii which has never i been shown in l.etlibridpe before. ' .V'.-edles.i to say the play is a scream from Htart to ,'inish. and if yo'.i are � not prepared for a i;ood lauRh, don't yo to Starlaml. In addition to this ivonderfnl prodiu tiou, .\o, 4 of the i Paramount travel series and lb'-' hi:- ! est war Kazette- v,i!l be shown. On .Monday and Tuesday. :Mary Pick-ford will aiipear in her latest and : ;;reaiest ".Madame IJuiterfly". Those who are familiar with Jolin t.. Lons's classic, will iiave an o]!Ooruin- , ily 111 seeing the only plioto-n'ay adaptation of it in existence. ;i:id see .Mary Pickforil in au entirely :iew role. l)ondoir Caps'. Muslins^ A^oiles and Silk. Children's Dresses in all siz(s. ran.ti'in.ii' in ])rie(> from lo :.................$2..")0 ('olored Ninon. :i8iii. wide, jier vard ............. . SJ.2.5 9 phone 1453 313 fifth street south honors conferred Toronto. March lij.-Sir John Hen-drle. lieutenant-governor, acting for the govenior-geiieriilr yesterday conferred the i-ii'ifrnia oi' the "Order of the Hospital of St, John of .ierusaltjin in Eni;hmil." on the fidbnving: Knigiils of Crace^-Col, UeorsP -Vug-ustUR Sweeny, Hon. ('.�;!, .\'oel Marshall and Ur, Charles, Copp. Honorary as--Koeiate-Or, Charles R. Dicksim. f inspect medical corps i Loni',011, March 1 The uoverr.-, ment informed .Xmbasjador Page lo-' day thill lour surgeons from 'he .\ -\rmy service list would be 1 permitted to inspect, the medical corps -of the Brithsh army at the from, iiar-� ticularly willi a view lo observing ibe I success of ihu British in keeping down i disease.  AI liie l''.mi)ress Tonight, Broadway Cuiversal Feature, "The Primrose Path" in five parts will bej^liown al ilie Knijiress. | .loan, a country giri, elopes witii .N'ed j Templeton. a young anist. They are j married and go to Paris, Por a lime Ihcy are happy, tlien poverty overtakes tliem and .\ecl falls ill, .loan cannot make any money and he is dying because he iias no food and no : medicine to build up his strength. i An art dealer has seen .loan and fall en in love with hei', lie offers her money to come to liis rooms. She re- j fuses, but finally, driven by .Ved's 'great necessity, she goes. Ned believes the mon.^y has comw l''iiiisliinu' and Ilie Hac ]5raiils in while and e(.)lors. Saliii I.'nderskirls. in .u'reen. Co-' iU'iihautMi .'ind IJed. Special Satnrd.'iv ............Jt^2.7.'> H()US(> Dresses, sizes :)4 lo 44 al ..................J1>1.25 Hovs" Oliver Twisi Suits .1^1.00 / THE BUSY STORE singing a nuin- The Life of a Child is full of perils - all children love chocolate, but great carr must be taken in the .selection of such confectionery. Parents m.iy rest assured that absolutely nothing but the best cocoa beans, sugar and milk are used in the manufacture of this famous, dainty confection. - Let them eat plenty. Al the ^lajcstic 'I'opping the classy vaudeville bill whith opens at the .Maje.sfic. theali'e tonight will lie the noted Boeder La Valle 'i'l'io of comedy cyclists, This act will prove lo he wortliy of Mrst plate on ilio best ot bills yet seen at the .Majestic. Olga .\le.\lpine. a dainty comedienne, will be beard in ber of the latest song successes, and will bi' seen in an e.Men.sivc wardrobe. King Sa.uls will offer his speetaeiilar oil lalnting novelty, the llrsi act ol its kind ever seen in Letlibridge, l.Dvvell P.. and l-iither Drew will liresent their clever sketch entitled, ",\t the Drug Store," an acl pro-grammed as a "lliiialious llzx," and one simply slz/.ling over with humor of the bl'lghtesi variety. The usual run of good pictures, and the .Majestic orche.-'tra, will round out the bill ill ll'ie shai.e, .Manager lirov.n is responsible for the siatemeni ihai this week's bill iK the licsi he has ever been fortunate enou>;b to sec ire, and he if- linid In bis praises of the v.hole s'aow. eily role of Twiiedlepnnch. is another �: old timer in Die piece, having more than .",110 performances to his credit. Mr, Harry lloyland, who plays ('apt. .\rthiir Donegal, has an even niorf^uniiimi record. "Klorodora" will !? he the otfeiiiig at ilie .Majestic theatre ou Tiiesiiay and Wednesday, ,March lil \'',' ami 2-, The seat sale opens at Hed-ioirow. Mail orders are al-,-;' readv being lalu-n, - ._:_____ . _____.......I.;. Most Eminent i^edical i| Authorities Endorse It. � �j� J* J* % * J* J* (J* J* J* brown bejng brought back San .\nloiiio. Te.xas. .March J7.-.loseph Parsons Brown of Hegina, Sask,, arrested ' charged with embezzling funds belonging to the highways department of Saskatchewan, loft today for Hegina in the custody of Charles .\, ,Mn-soney, superinteudont of [lolloe for Saskatchewan, Use more water and less flour.; and get better bread with- VL A-25 A d'ainjvj Solid Cliocolaie .Miss Zara Clinton, ilie featured member of Stuart-Whyte's revival of "FloroUoi'a," Ims the distinction o( having been with tlic llrsl touring company to present this piece in Kng-lund. She began in a small part, hut was shortly made the understudy for .\da Reeve as Lady Holyrood, and when MisB Reeve was transferred to anotliex- p/ete, .Miss Clinton continued in tlie role for two seaKous. Sineo I that tiiiiu she liaH played Uidy Holy-rood In sovenil ot the Knglish revivals, and il: is considered by many crlticK to be hor best work. .'Ur, Billy Oswald, who jilays the princ^i!a^.(.;.onl� Dr. Ebeile and Dr, Braithwaite as well a.s 111', fiiiiion - all ilistinguiahed author.'!-a plrU i-i Uie worthy ciViise new bulgarian loan Coiionhagen, via Ijondoii. .March 10 'I'he Deutsche Tages Zeltung says that a new si^v per cent Bulgarian loan for a large sum will he issued ill tho beginning of April. to return to berlin l.,oiidon, March 15,-Baroii von Bus-flidie-Haddenhauson, special minister to Uoumaiiia, will leave Bucliaroat today I'or Berlin, says Ueuter's Bucharest correspondent. The most stylish foundation for the up-to-date costume is a D & A or a La Diva corset. Save money and improve your iippeanince by selecting a D & A or a La Diva, -which are made in Canada by highly-skilled operatives, in one of the finest corset factories in the world. Every corset is guaranteed. At best dealers, everywhere. , UoinlninnCoran'tCo, II ;