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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta I FRIDAY, MARCH 24, llllB THE LErWBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN The Experimental Farm^s Best Beef for the People of Lethbridge EBA EACE:B CRY DC it RE We purchased the best lot of Beef sold at the Experimental Farm last week and paid the highest price. These animals were fed partly on corn, giving a yellowish shade to the fat on the beef and indicates the richness of the meat. This Beef is Now on Sale at Our Store PHONE 452 COMMITTED FOR TRIAL L ICverywhere men complain aboiil work; even boys and girls in school ot business find work tedious and irksome, but it isn't the workhalf so much as their own lack of physical strength that makes it hard. Rich blood, strong lungs and healthful digestion make work pleasurable in bu'siness, in school or even housework, and if those who are easily tired -who are not sick, but weak and nervous-would just take Scott's Emulsion for one month and let its pure concentrated food create richer blood to pulsate through every artery and vein-let it build a structure of healthy tissue and give you vigorous strength -you would find work easy and would look for more. Insist on Scott's. ScoU& Uowac,Toronto. Out. 15-31 EXPLOSIONS OCCUR IN COAL MINE AT FERNIE, B. C. Ht'ginu, .Mar. �S.i.-C. H. Ciiwlliorpe member in the local Iiouhb tor Blg-sar. was sent up for trial ut the next sescion of the BupreiiiH court on a .harge of lirlbury by Magistrate HelTernaii in the city iiolice court this morning. Hail was fixed in two siiroiioa of $500 nacli and aoeueed'a own recognizance of $riOO. Mr. Cawthorpe is accused of having corruptly accepted $,500 for his vote and Inlluenco in December, 191!!, to defeat the abolish the bar bill introduced in the legislature at that time and lattjr withdrawn. The only ueas heard at the preliminary N FIVE MINUTES! NO 0 NOIGESIION, SOUR, ACID STOMACH THE \MOMENT "RAPE'S DIAPEP-SIN" REACHES THE STOMACH ALL DISTRESS GOES. Pernie, -March -The afternoon shift engaged in one of tile districts of Number One. oast mine here were obliged to cease work and flee tor safety when a aeries of severe bumiis occurred after 6 o'clock tonight. For Homo time considerable anxiety was experienced for the safety of the workers owing to the extreme aever-Ity of the shoekB, but eventually all were accounted � for uninjured but badly frightened. The extent of the damage to the affected portion of the mine has not yet been ascertained as a. thorough Inspection is impossible owing to the ventilation system being ; disorganized and the conseciuent accumulation of large bodies of noxious gas, making auch an undertaking extremely liazardouB. wit-trial "KBRlly does-' put bad stomach in ordei^-"really doe8"'overccJme indigestion, dyspepsia, gas, heartburn and sourness in five minutes-that-- DUTCH SHIPS SAIL Amsterdam, .March 2^.-The Holland American line made the following statement today to the Associated 1*res8 representative: "Our ships will continue to sail as heretofore unless we are prevented in their doing so by the refusal of our crows to muster. The captains prefer to follow the usual route through the Downs." repealed several times liearings against other the assembly. at various members of this morning was Frank Hrunner, who j just that-makes Pape's Diapepsln told tliu story which he has already i the largest selling stomach regulator ' iu the world. It what you eat ferments into stubborn lumps, you belch gas and eructate sour, undigested food and acid; head is dizzy and aches; breath foul; tongue coated; your insides filled with bile and indigestible waste, remember the mo-Ottawa, M^trch 23.-The cost of liv-| ment "Pape's Diapepsln" comes In ing in Canada is still climbing stead- -*" By On(i Who Has Seen it Vc'Hierday 1 visited the Strand tbirn-Irc to see the "Uatlle Cry of Peace," i bad already seen it on tlirep previous occasloiiH. And frankly, at Ihc i'oiirth time 1^ found the auillence lillli! )')ms improHKlvo as u spoctucle than the photo-play itsoit. The audience wa.s of all ages anil all conditions, whll"; the- waiting line outside tlie tlicairo extended lialt the way to King j street. Inside the theatre the houa(> was crowded to its utmost capacity and a deep and almost dreadful ail-(iiice rnlgiied suijri'nie. The p(!0ple , watched the film with tense and al- ! most tragic gaze. I They knew what it meant-there i was no mistaking that. Thoy saw iti j the photoplay the Germans doing in ! the I'nilod States the same foul work ' that they have done in lielgium. They saw the New York sky-scrapers leveled to the ground. Tliey saw the brutal butchery of civilians. They saw the maubino guns dealing death to an unarmed population. Tiiey saw women compelled to self-destruction to save themselves from dishonor. The sight burnt itself into their minds and Into their hearts in letters of lire. Its effect was at once obvious and almost marvellous. Men and women of Toronto who have never realized these horrors before, rcali/.o them now since thoy have seen the "Battle Cry of Peace." Tliere were strong men in the audience sitting with stem, tense mouths and drawn faces. There were mothers and duughlers sobbing as tliey saw the tragli' fate that other mothers and daughters have met v.lth at the hands ot the Huns. The man on my right clenched his hands till the nails brought the blood. The girl on my left shivered almost as though she had the ague. "Horrible, but wonderful," nol)bed a lady just behind mp. For some few the play was too realistic .and one or two ladles ac tually tainted. But all the same one felt that it was good for them to be there-good for them to realize what It is our boys are contending against on the fields of France and Flanders and how little womanly a thing it is tor any woman to seek to hold any man back from playing a man's part. The photo-play is propaganda. It is the propaganda of the toxin. It is the propaganda of the fiery torch. It is tlie propoganda of the bugle. 11 is the propaganda of women's screams for help, hurtling through the darkness. And I shall be much raiatakeii if the effects of the "Battle Cry of Peace's" presentation in Toronto are not both manifest and manifold. For us one looked around one, one noted on all sides that men and women alike liad awakened. The orchestra played with cunning and skill on the feelings ot a highly-wrought avidience. * "If you wish pence, prepare for war." That is the moral of the "Battle c:ry of Peace." And the audience grasped-they almost gulped-It.-Toronto Star. free Demonstration of Purity Oats and Purity Wheat Flakes i kj:sh i'ok fridav and satukday ('aimed Fish STRAWBERRIES, RIPE TOMATOES, CUCUMBERS, RADISHES, GREEN ONIONS ripinuch. per tt) ........... 10c Caulltlower, per head ....20c. Lettuce, per tb .......... 35c Celery, 21bs for ........... 25ft Hananas. per dozen ........30c. Oranges, per doz. 25c, 40c, 50c. Hliubarb. per Itj ......... 15c. Grape Fruit, each ......... 10c. lifimous. per dozen ........ 30c. (ii'Ofcrie.s Corn Flakes, a for ........ 25c Purity Oats, large size tubes 25c' I'uilty Wheat Flakes, large size lubes ............. 25c Or two for.............46c Cirapp Nuts, per pkg. .mi. .16c Cream of Wheat, per pkg ;:-20c Shredded Wheat, 2 pkga �.�.�.26c. Roman .Meal, per pkg -25o Puffed Rice, per pkg...... 15c Puffed Wheat. 2 pkgs......25c COST OF LIVING GOES SKYWARD ily upwards as a result ot the war. The index number, I'lxed by the labor contact with the stomach all such distress vanishes. It's truly astonishing-almost marvelous, and the department from a survey ot i)rices I joy la Its harmlessness of a wide range of commodities, now stands at 17;{.7, as compared with 142.5 a year ago, and 136.6 tor February, 1014. The Increases last month have had the effect of increasing the weekly budget of an average family from $8.2S to $S.-IO. Valour and bread were higher In many places, a'though they declineii In others owing to lower wheat prices. censoked (Photographk' Kcpiudnctioii) A largo fifty-cent case of .Pape's Diapepsln will give you a hundred dollars' worth of aatistaellon or your dnig'glst hands yon your money back. It's worth your weight In gold to men and women who can't get their stomaths regulated. It belongs In your hoiue-should always be kept handy in case of a sick, sour, upset stomach during the day or night. It's the quickest, surest'and most harmless stomach regulator In the world. -Advertisement. What the Press Agents Say BEEF EXTRACTS .lohiiBton's IC oz hot.....$1.25 Hovril, 2 oz..............45c Hovill. -t oz.........,......85?. 0x0 Cubes. 4 cube tin......10c Oxo Cubes, 10 cubei*.'tin �. .�.25c � Vimbos Cubes, 4 cube tin, ..10c Bli-d Seed and Gravel Cotton's Seed, per pkg.....15c. lirock's Gravel, per pkg ...10c. Oyster Shell, 12 lbs for .... 25c Laundry and Scouring- Soaj) Sunlight, 11 bars for ..... 50c. n. v.. or Ct. W. 12 bars____45c Golden West Washing Powder 2 pkgs for .............. 45c Gold Soap, large bar 5 for 25c. Ivorv Soap. 5 bars for.....25c Old Dutch, per tin ...;____10c. R. C. Cleanser. 3 tins tor ...25c Sapollo, 3 calces for.......20c Bon Ami. 2 cakes for .... 25c. Liquid Ammonia, per bot. .15c. Powdered Ammonia per pkg 10c Brooms and Brushes Brooms, each'30c, 40c, 50c, 60c Shoe, Scrub. Stove brushes 25c. Blacking, 2 in 1, or Nugget 10c. Stove Blacking Black Night 10c Cod Fish, Ut) brick.......15c. Cod Fish, ilb brick........2Sc Cove Oystors. jmall tins ....15c Cove Oystpr:',. large tins ..Zoc. Lobsters. SOi and ......, . 45c Finnan-Haddie, per tin.....15c Sardines, Cross fish, per tin 15c Sardines, Canadian, per tin 05c Clams, per tin .............15c Shrimps, wet or dry, tin ..20c. Mackerel, per tin .........20c. Salmon, Red Soekeye, lib tin ...................25c Salmon. Red Soekeye, H) tin...................16c Salmon. Pink, Sunflower, lib tins two for ........ 25c. Herring, per tJn ........... 15c C'anned Vegetables Tomatoes, large tins 3 for 40e Corn, 2 tins for...........25c. Peas. 2 tins for .........25c. Beans, 2 tins for..........25c. Pumpkin, 2 tins for.......2Sc Saner Kraut, per tin......15e. Peas, fancy sifted, ii tins .35c. Canned Fruit ' Apricots, 2 tins for........38e Peaches, 2 tins for......... 39c Pears, 2 tins for .......... 35o Peaches, Hygeian. per tin ..15e Peaches, Pears and Apricots, Del Monte brand, large ting each..................36o Red Raspharrlea, Donalco two tins for................4501 Strawberries, Donalco, two tins.................. 48c Lombard Plums, 2 tins ..... 25c Gooseberries, 2 tins ...... 35c Cnerries, red pitted, 2 tins 45c Honey in the Comb ........ 26c Honey, 16 oz. jar ........ 35c Honey, 10 lb. pall ...... �2.00 Calf Foot Jelly plain or flavored, per Jar...........36c Brookfleld Creamery Butter, per lb. 35c, 3 tb* for ....�1.00 Dairy Butter, per lb.......25c Try a pound ot Teeple'a Tea at...................,40c Coffee, a very good blend, 3ms for..............$1.00 Coffee, Our Best, ground fresh per pound............60c. MOTHEm DON'T TAKE C IF GUILD'S TONGUE IS COATED IF CROSS, FEVERISH, SICK, BILL OU8, CLEAN LITTLE LIVER AND BOWELS. A Ittxativo today saves a sick child tomorrow. Children alminly will not laKo the time from play to empty their bowel]^, which becomes clogged up with waste, llvor gats altigglsh, stomach .sour. Look at the tongue, Mother! It coa,ted or your child Is listless, cross, fovorlsh, breath bad, reatleas, doesn't eat heartily, full of cold or lias sore throat or any other children's ailment, give a toaspoonful of "California Syrup of FIgH," then don't worry, tiocauao It la perfectly harmless, and In a feiw hours ull thia conatipation poison, Bour bllo and tormenting waste Willi gently move out of the howols, and you have a well, playful child again. A thorough, "inside oleanBlng" la ottimoB all that is no-Dossary. It should ho tlia firBt treatment given In any BlcIcnoBa. U&war'o of counterfeit ' fig ayrupa. Ask your druggist for a 50-cont hot-1 tie of "CaiUtornla ayriip ot Figs," i THEY BLOCK IT Berlin, by wireless to Sayviile, Mar. 23.-Definite action was taken today to prevent an open debate in the roicbstag on llio (lueslion of unrestricted use of subtiiarines. The standing committee tor: regulation of parliamentary bnsinoBB, composed of the senior members of the various parties, decided that the submarine resolutions should be tallied. 7 a,) Women Know that they cannot afford to be ill. They must keep themselves in the best of health at all times. Most of all. the digestive system must be lwt��. lubvMi.'ZSmti. At the Empress For good clean comedy Lethbridge people should not fail to see Fields, in Old Dutch, at the Elmpress tonight. The picture tells the story of an inventor who goes to Palm Beaeh with his daughter and loses his pocket book. They are impersonated by tv.-o vaudevlllians who have a Kood time, while Old Dutch and his daughter are compelled to work in the hotel. At Starland Emlle Unboriau, the great French author wrote many thrilling detective stories, in which one Le Cog, the greatest detective of his time, plays the leading role. Perhaps the strongest and most intensely interesting of tliese stories Is "The Tragedy ot the Popper Box Inn," which will bo the feature at Starland tor the week end This wonderful three reel feature has drawn crowded houses wherever shown, and la well worth the price of admission alone. In addition to this Kreat picture one of the splendid Pnr-amounl Travel pictures and two reels of roaring comod.v will be shown. Do you remember the laugh you had when "Chlramie Paddon" was presented at this popular theatre some time ago? Well, there is aii-other treat in store for you on Monday and Tuesday, in "Chimmie Fad-den Out Went," which will be the feature ut Starland. 'Nuff said. At the Ma.ie.stic ^Vith the one admission price to any seat In the theatre, local vaudc ville fan are more than ever enthused over the bill which will open at the Majestic tonight. Four excellent acts will constitute tho bill, which, with the usual run ot tour reels ot good motion pictures will make a fine evening's entertainment for even' the luoat diacriminnting theatre goer. The Morocco Six will top thia week's bill with their sousational whirling Arabian acrobatic acL Calne and Odom will be seen in their nitty Blnglng, dancing and piano act, into which tiiay introduce various now novelties. Blona "the s'quaw girl" will occupy a prominent place on the bill with hor sconlc singing specialty. Millia Stevens and hor own company of selected players will offer tho dainty playlet "Aunt Belinda'a Legacy" a clover sketch brimming over with comedy of au intensely human touch. There will bo two complete perfor-nuinces given each night, and a special matinee on Saturday atternon for tho kiddies. At the Orpheum Tho new bill opojilng at the Orpho-um Monday is one of A'arioty and fun, Now is the time to ,select your Flower and Garden Seeds and Onion Sets l. c. teeple Phone 515 Dominion Block every act is entirely different from the others, thus giving a wider range of variety and a greater choice for different tastes. The headline feature will be Hyman Adler, the well known character actor who will appear In a comedy sketch with pathos entitled "Solomon's Bargain." The playlet is a study ot the lite in the .Bast Side ot New York, and Is true to life; the Three Hickey Bros, will offer another feature of the program, but in a different way, for these three hoys do not try anything outiiide of the comedy line, they have a melange of singing, dancing, acro- batic and burlesque mind reading. The whole act Is a scream from start to finlBh. Sprague and McNeece -will give au exhibition of the latest oraze that huH struck the eastern clUes, roller ak�t-ing. T'hey are experts on- thdso treacherous little rollers. Harry Gilbert will offer his tilnglng numbers in dialects, he Is aald to be very funny. Motion pictures will complete \\ moat enjoyable program. Digby Bell in "Father and the Boys'* will appear again tonight and tomor-< row night at the Orpheum. i They^re Wonderful! Taste one-^you're delighted-try another and another until they are all gone-and then you want more. THE REASON Absolutely the AncfC wd most expensive products in the form ol cocoa be�n$, aiigar and milk are used in the manufacture of these dainty, solid, chocolate Maple Buds. But half the secret is in the blending and skillful handling they receive at the most sanitary and up-to-date chocolate factory in th� worM. owan's A daintii Solid CKocolate ;