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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta UESDAY, MARCH 28, 191(5 THE LETHBRIDGC' DAILY Kte�lcALU PAGE FIVE IJl The Ladies* Store Phone 453 Acadia BIk. w CLARKE & CO. The Introductory Sale of New Spring Goods Which Began Last Friday and Saturday Will Continue Every Day This Week ll's M striking' (Icinoiislraiion ol' llic Iciuici'ship of cmcIi iind cvfry dopiirtni(!nt llirctng'lujnl, lliis slore as rcgjirds iissortnuMils. and r tlic I'act; tluit; prices at this Aon- urc as low as (M'er bcl'orc in nearly every line of nier(diandise Teal n red, wliieh is demons! i-ated in a nuisi prac- # Special inti*o};etlier with these are lealiired many new arrivals just to hand by express, which you have nt seen before. Early and lib-piu'chases at old i)rices have placed us in the fortunate position of being able to oflei- practic-the same |)rices as have prevailed for years on j^oods now worth twenty to fifty per cent, e. Buy here an| A ^ per lb................ 4UC LIBBY'S OX TONGUE, sliced, per lb......... GRAPEFRUIT, Sunkist, :i for................. 60c 25c WATCH THIS SPACE FOR SPECIAL- BOOT SALE TOMORROW SEE WINDOW DISPLAY 'S BAY CO. PHONE 1224 One reason-Its nut-like flavour. delicious Another-it is easily and quickly digested - generally in about one hour. But the big reason is- Grape-Nuts, besides having delicious taste, supplies all the rich nutriment of whole wheat and malted barley, including the "vital" mineral salts necessary for building brain, nerve and muscle. Always ready to eat direct from the package, Grape-Nuts with cream or good milk Is a well balanced ration-the utmost In sound nourishment ^There's a Reason' -Sold by Grocers, Cuiuiiiian Posluni Cereal Co., Ltd.. Windsor Ont. \ Mrs. Peter bund is visiting at her former home, Wardner, B. C. | * * * The young ladles of the Wesley Protheon class will meet tonight for practice at ~M sharp in Wesley hall, r * * Or. and Mrs. L. A. Roy have moved and are now living at 31,'? 13th Street South. . '* . .\Tr, Tangye has returned from a short trip to England and is stayins with .Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hamilton, with whom Mrs. Tangye has been spending the winter. t * ^ Airs. T. A. Underwood and children left last night for Woyburn, Sask., where they will reside while Captain Underwood is stationed there. Miss Underwood and Miss Vera Underwood are not leaving until ne.xt Monday. � � * In order that the ladles' gym and swimming classes at the Y. M. C. A. may be continued, those Intending to join for April are asked to get their tickets on Wednesday or not later than Friday, the 3l8t, so that the number of members may be known. A number who sent In their names last month did not attend. The secretary's address Is B24 8th Street South, * * � The Kp worth League of Westminster church had a splendid meeting last night when the special feature was a debate, the subject being "Ho-sDlved, that women should have the vote.'' The alfirmatlve speakers were Miss Matson and Afrs. Holt, while Mr. Oscar Miitson and Mr, H. Gray tried hard to prove that women should not have the vote, but were unsuccoasful and the aiHrmatlve won by 12 points. The judges were Mrs. C .1), Kane, Ilev. Wm. McNlcliol and Rev. C. B. MoKlnnon. and while they were making their decision a splendid inogram was given, consisting of a duet by Misses Winnie Wallace and .Tanet McUvena, Instrumental duet hy MlBseij Soderburg, and vocal solo by Miss Ada Hall, Alberta Musical Festival Chorus and has been inaugurated for the purpose of providing choruses at the two festival concerts to be given on May 24 and 25. The numbers to be practiced are "O Canada," "Rule BTltan-nla," "The Minstrel Boy," "Now Tramp" tBlshop), "Song of the Vikings" (E. Faning), "The Bridal Chorus" (Cowan.) The halanco of the program for the concerts will he made up of the winners in the various competitions. AH'the singers in Lethbrldge should support this movement. There will be hundreds of people from all parts of the province at the concerts, and excellent choral singing should be the aim of the musical people of Lethbrldge. SANK GERMAN DESTROYER T.�ndon, March 28.-Official announcement was made to-da^ that in the Tfcent engagement off the German coast a British destroyer rammed and sank a German destroyer. ? during the comlDg summer. Two Wi "is gQpd tea" MUSICAL FESTIVAL NOTES .On Tuesday evening next (April �Ith} at H o'cloek In Wesley chni-ch, the first rehearsal of all the choirs In the city will take place. Members of all choirs are asked to be present. Any sinners not at present members of a choir are also invited. The coin-Ijlned choir,'! will bo' kpown as the The British Empire - and - Ogilvie's Royal Household Flour They Are Both Made of the Right Stuff Use "ROYAL HOUSEHOLD" Flour and Win Is'royal kousehold' F)6u)- in youR homa > WESTERN MERCANTILE CO., SAM SAD0W8KI, Pf\Op., AGENTS IN LETHBRIDG*, ;