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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TlTE LETHRTlr-'^-.TE HaTLY HERALD pact: seven, Only Fine, Flavoury Teas are used to produce the famous blends. Every leaf is fresh, fragrant full of its natural deliciousness. Sold in sealed packets only. b io? CiEN. DUBATL t ALLS FIELD CONFERENCE. IGRATH Mi RENCHES; iFIGHl SI b ^How To Get Rid " | Bad Cough A IIonic-Mnile llcrniMly , tis, apasmodio croup iiiid winter cou-'bs. hhs place ol busliie.sa over to Iho olu Keeps perfectly and tastes good-cliil- Ilyde blacksmith shop oppoalle the dren liUo it. llviry barn. I I'inc.v is a special and lii^My conccn- Mrs. C..\V. Stoddard left recently co"ipound .of genuine Korwny for tlio Mfinili ^vhHlr. Khn will vIkIi f"'," c^tmct. "cli in l'unincol, which IB roi tiie.iouin, wu.jic ano win visu ,j,p,,f;,.,j,i,,j,_ To avoid disappoint im-tit, ask your druggi.st for "2'^, ounres of Pine.v,"-do not uccppt nnytliing il^c. A guarantee AT "THE BAY" District News ONE-FOUR NEWS One-Four, March 17-L. h. Maynard is looking over land with a view to locating hero. / Mr. and Mrs. James E. Wethorelt and the children have returned from a winter vlalt with friends In Saskatchewan. They brought with them Mrs. Wetherelt's mother, Mrs. F. K. O. Clilsholm of Arran, Sask., who will remain for a lime. Mr. Chlsbolm Is expected "later a^id will look for land In this locality. COFvlMERCE NEWS Commerce, March 22.-Y. Honwlck, who Is confined to Diamond City hos-pUnl, Is improving rapidly. Mrs. A. Stairs aud daughter Gladys of Butte, Montana, are visiting friends hero. Miss Helen Willy has accepted a position with Clarke & Co., Loth-bridge. W. A. Woods of Hamilton, Ont., president of the Chinook Coal Co., paid the mines here a business visit last Saturday. In their entertainment and dance given on St. Patrick's night In aid of the Holdiers" tobacco fund, the dramatic club entertained the largest audience ever seen at a social function In Commerce. The club were fortunate In securing the services of Messrs MacDonald, Steele niid Mac-Derrald of Coalhurst, who ably assisted in the muaical aud vocal program. Mr. MacDormld always good, was at his best In rendering his Inimitable recitations. Mr. Macdonald, accomp-nnled on the piano by Mr. Steele, favored the audience with some choice Harry Lauder seloctlona and wos encored several times. The dance made mijoyablo by excellent music, continued to Interest, a large number until the wee sma' hours. Mr. neUl In' his usual efficient manner occupied the ohalr. GEN. ROQUES French minister of war, succeeding GalUenl. Ho is an aviation expert, and this picture was taken Just as he was leaving nn airship, the white wings of which are In the background. ST. KILDA NEWS St. Kllda, March 20.-The dance given In Julius Fornflosh's new house on March 18, was attended by a large crowd and all reported a good time. The ladles furiilshed a splendid supper and Ihe music furnished by Geo. Hrlc-son, Jos, L, Nelson and Miss Agnes Hftvlo. ' Summer weather existing at St. Kil-4a has the farmers harrowing, diau-Ihg and some breaking. > Mr. and Mrs, J. A, Gildor and son. Arthur J."GIlder, have left for Wngle-vllle, N. Dak., to get a change of climate for Mr. Gilder's health. Jos, L. Nelson and A. E. Roscoe were visitors of IX. R. Thornton over Saturday night. Richard Rose has been sent to tlie hospital for an operation of appendicitis and Is progressing as well as can be expected. Elmer Anderson has loft for the north whore he expects to work for the summer. The Prichard family have returned from California where they havo been spending thit winter with their relatives. Iv refunded, goes willi tills preparati Ihe I'incx Co., Torqjito. Ont. iition. with lior daughter. .Mrs. Jiidd. In the Trenches Captain liyruiu Taylor is now in . _ , ,..,...... the trenches In Helglum, where he h ''Ji"/^jl'!" '!!;?"''"''>'I'T'.'!!''^ having his ttrst real war e.vporieuoc. In his latest word homo he says he has done but little lighting as the Germans aren't very active In that (luartor. Captain Taylor is also doing censor work for his division.  Uyron Pinjuee, who is doing missionary work iji Camden, N. J., recently had Iii.'i* voice tested, and so pleased was '.he specialist that he made .\lr. Pingren a llatterlng offer for his services. .\Ir, Plngree as a former member of the Ogden choir was recognized as one of Utah's best young baritones. Magrath is now minus a doctor, and in order to tide over the situation until a new man can be brought in Dr. Wray is making a tri-weekly visit from Raymond. PHONE 122'J At the age ot 2fi F. W. Wpolworth, now owner of the natlon-wido. five and ten cent stores bearing his name, was making only $0 per week as a clerk. .. HEALTH AND INCOME eclal pint bottle .... 23c TOMATO CATSUP, So. 2 tins, special 2 tins 25c H. P. SAUCE, per bottle....................25c CREAMETTES, 2 packets for .............. 25c PANCAKE FLOUR, Aunt Jpmina'a 2 pkts. for 35c CARTON'S CUSTARD, (Tlie new Cream) fro Iiaokets for .............................. 25c INSTANT POSTUM, per tin ........30c and 50c WASHINGTON COFFEE, per tin, .. 45c and 75c FRENCH MUSHROOMS, spiclal, reg. 25c. per tin ..................................... ZOc PORK AND DEANS, Libby'B, large tins .... 15c ROBIN HOOD OATS, large cartons, 2 for .. 45c PIKEAPPLE MARMALADE, "Robertson's, 1 lb. jars ..................................... 25c MOLASSES, 2 lb. tins ..................... 14c SALAD DRESSING POWDER, 2 packets____25c CRISCO, per tin, ............ 30o, 60c, and $1.10 LARD, special, 3 tins 55c, 5 lbs. 89c, 10 lbs. $1.75 PICNIC SHOULDER HAMS, per lb........ 16c SWIFT'S PREMIUM BACON, sliced per lb. 35c HERRINGS IN TOMATO, 'J tins ............ 25= COFFEE, Malkln's Best, special week-end pr. 45c (Save your coupons for China Tea Set ORANGES, splendid value, per -do/,......... 33c ORANGES, extra large, per doz............ ^Oc GRAPEFRUIT, 3 for ....................... 25c LEMONS, largo juicy, per doz...............30o RICE, good somid, 1 lbs................... 25c TABLE RAISINS, per lb................... 15c FLOUR OGILVIE'S ROYAL HOUSEHOLD 2i Ih. Sack.............89 M) lb. Sack............ 5)8 lb. Sack............ ;3.3.5 CURRANTS, per packet ...................15c SEEDED RAISINS, Gold liar, large packet 14c LOBSTER, V2 lb. tins ......................30c SHRIMPS, per tin ........................ .^Oc OYSTERS, large tins ...................... 26c CLAMS, 2 tins ............................ I3c SALMON, Finest B. G. Red, per tin ........ 19c JAM, Strawberry, Raspberry or Black Currant, pure fruit and sugar, per pall ............ 79o JAM, Strawberry, Raspberry and Currant with Apple mixture, per pall ................ 46c WHEATLETS, 10 lb. sacks ................ 40c GRAHAM FLOUR, 10 lb. sack .............. 40c APPLES, good eating, 4 lbs.................26c SUGAR, fine granulated, 10 lb. sack 90c. 20 lb. sack .................................. '1'70 TOMATOES, large size, 3 tins ..............40c CORN, PEAS and BEANS, 3 tins............35c PEACHES, PEARS, APRICOTS, GRAPES, CHERRIES and STRAWBERRIES, Hunt's California fruits, very special, per tin 30c. 3 tins for 85c LOMBARD PLUMS, 2 tins ................. 23o RHUBARB, special per lb................... 15c TOMATOES, special per lb.................30c GREEN ONIONS, LETTUCE, RADISHES and CUCUMBERS PELS NAPTHA, per carton ................ 69c WHITE NAPTHA, per carton ............. 49c ROYAL CROWN SOAP, 2 cartons .......... 45c GOLDEN WEST WASHING POWDER, 2 car. 45c WELCOME SOAP POWDER, 2 packets____45c GOLD DUST, large packets, 2 packets ......45c SUNLIGHT or LIFEBUOY SOAP, 11 bars BOc GOLD SOAP, 5 bars ...................... 25c TOILET PAPER, li packages .............. 25c SILVER POLISH, ................ 10c and 26c OLD DUTCH CLEANSER, 3 tiins .......... 2Sc ROYAL CROWN CLEANSER, 3 tins ...... 25c PANSHINE, 3 tins ........................ 25c BON AMI, Powdered, per tin .............. 15c AMMONIA POWDER, 2 packets .......... 23o FRESH CELERY, 2 lbs. for .............. 25c BANANAS, per doz........................ 30c It has been oincially announced that the annual meetings of the National chapter of the Imperial Order of the Daugliters of the Empire will be held in Toronto May 16, 17 and IS.  . a The Daughters ot the Empire in i Chatham have started in tho junk i business, and assisted by school chii- j Iren the .^oeiely is collecting old rub- | hers, papers, etc., which will be sold � and the money used in currying on patriotic projects. . * * Tho Ancient Order of Foresters | he'd another successful whist drive i and dance on Tuesday evening in j Bi.rsman's hall. Sixteen tables were in play, and after IS liands had been played the following were found the winners: For the gentlemen, Mr. W. : arnill and Pte. Willetts, and Mrs. ' Carnill and Mia. White lor the ladies. ; (ousolation prizes went to Mrs. .Mor- j den and .Mrs. A. Annold. .A * Major P. li. Hamilton Ramsay, 131at WestmiiiEter bnttulion, C. E. F., and Mrs. Hamilton Ramsay announce the engagement of their daughter, Hilda, ! to Mr. Copley W. Chesterton. Mr. j hestertou is manager ot the Bank of Montreal at New Westminster, B.C., 1 and cjuartermiister of tho 10-lth regi-1 mont, Wentraiuster Fusiliers, ot Ca- j nada. Tho wedding will take place shortly after I'bster. Mr. Chesterton was formerly a mem-1 bor of the flank of Montreal staff here. � * * BROLSM A-D EJONG At the Evangelical parsonage. Four Ways, Alia., on Friday, March 17th, Herman Brolsma of Avalon, Alta,, and Miss Tjaltje Dejong, of Crookston, Minn., were united In the bonds of holy matrimony. Rev. J. Golding otll-clatlng. Mr. and Mrs. Hroslma will The Most VITAL ANNOUNCEMENT Ever Made to AUTO OWNERS l'%Z'Z To.r.u: ConiDcnsatlng VAPOR PLUG The Wonderful Invention for Saving Gasoline IT MAKES YOUR ENGINE START EASIER IT MAKES YOUR ENGINE RUN QUIETER Gives you more speed. Less Carbon. Prevents Radiator boiling and REDUCES THE COST OF GASOLINE 40 PER CENT. And the price is ONLY $7.00 PilEPAlD. Attached in 5 minutes. It is hard to believe, l^ill particulars in this week'jj (March 25th) issue ot the Saturday-Evening i'ost If there is not a dealer in your town there will be. In the meantime orders filled direct. THE SUPERIOR SUPPLY CO., Lethbridge Alberta Exclusive Agents for the Province of Alberta. jTORPEDO LIGHTSHIP AT MOUTH OF THE THAMES London, March 22.-Tho Galloper light.shlp, at tho mouth ot the Thames, has been tor.i:cdocd and sunk accord- steamer Amstolland, from Buenos ! ;Ayres for Amsterdam reports, accord-j ! Ing to a Ueuter dispatch from Ymul-Iden, that she set her course for the I Galloper lightship, but found on the spot only a mast above the surface ot the sea. THE BARREL DRESS ..........- .-----...... ..... A rather startling creation, charm live on the Edwards homestead In 3-9, Ing and chic is this Mauror model, for China. Mr. and Mrs. Edwards having moved imported by Mrs. Whitney, of New' to Medicine Hat. York, for her fashion show, and worn    by .Miss Paulino Marrlani. The model MILiLS-SANDHIM is Jupe tonneau (barrel) dress ot A quiet wedding was performed last beige crope broohe with Scotch plaid night by Rev. A. H. Denoon at the fibhon and taffeta Eton Jacket, home of Mr. J. R. Sandhlin, Coal- ' ---------- TORONTONIAN TO DRAFT , CHINA'S MINING LAWS Pekln, March 17.-Mr. G. G. S. Lindsay, K.C., Who has been in Pekln tor the last year supporting a grant ot a mining concession to large European Interests, has finished his work In this connection.  1 Tho Imperial mandates now ofliclal-ly announce that Mr. Lindsay Has been asked to undertake and has accepted the task ot drafting new mining lawa LEY PLEADS GUILTY ON SEVEN THEFT CHARGES Calgary, March 22.-Charles H. Loy formerly manager of tho Imperial Canadian "Trust company here, pleaded hurst, .The contracting parties were intimate friends. The best man! 8""'^ �" ^^"'^^} ''}''^''*^f,^�f Miss Lizzie Pearl Sandhim and Mr, 'y^a Hnglehart Lieberg aiid Miss Mar- company. In the district court to Clarence Geddte Mills. The brides- tho Marindal ot Helena attended the "''y-maid was the bride's slater, Rfargaret, bride. and the groom was supported by Mr. Following the ceremony a dellolous B, MoMullln. Tho happy couple will wedding supper was served, and at 9 make their home at Coalhurst. o'clock tho haiipy couiile departed * vT,-,r �,Tr, over the Northern Paoltlo for the east, VANHORN-HbLSETH Tjioy ^111 make their future homo In Miss Jennie Holseth, doughter ot Lethbrldge Mr. and Mrs. Eric P. Helsath of East The brid'e has been a resident of Helena, and George Henry Vanhorn, East Helena since girlhood and at- GEN. SPINGARDI ;. Former war minister ot Italy, wha! has challenged Italy's leading Socialistic editor to a duel. . He was remanded for one week for Bontonce. Some mention of restitution was made by counsel for accused. SERBIAN CROWN PRINCE NOW HONORED QUEST . . Paris, Marcli 21.-Crown Prince Alexander of Serbia roaohoO here this QUICK, SAFE WAY TO REMOVE HAIRS (Toilet Talks). ; ' �� Keep a llttla delatona powder oa- ;> your dressing tablo and when wgly,; ' hairy growths. appear, make a, paste'- ,, with a litllo ot tho powder aud Boqieid j water, apply and let remain on the';, . ' hairy surface tor 2 or 3 minutes, tlienv a prominent young rancher and con- tended school tooth In East Helena afternoon for the political conference..... . tractor of Letlibridge, Alta.. were ^nd Holenn and In both towns she is of tho entente alllos. He was received ;rub off, wash the skin au^d tlie hairs? united In marriage Thursday evening exceodlhgly popular and has a host nt the station by President Poincare, |havo ......*-'�-' '-'----* at the home ot the bride's parents in of frlonds who e.vtcnd tho best of Minister of War Roque and other cab- Kast Helena, the Rev. D. B. iMce of wishes to both herself and husbiuid in luot merabars. Ho was given a cord- this city offlciating. Tho ceremony their new career-Montana Daily Re- 1b1 roooptlou by a crowd that had gatb- was wltneBsad by tho relatives and a cord. " ei^eiL___ Lady Ida Wilson, sister of the late Duke ot Fife, has. Jlv.e grandBohB In (iM SrItlfih army and iiavy. OSE vunlahod. This treatment .1b' quite harmless and rarely more thfmi one application Is required,, but tp'! t avoid disappointment care should hfj,'' used to buy the real delatojie. Adv.' ... � - ........... .1 -JJ ;i,-;