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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta November Slit, THE DAILY HERALD PRICES CREAM BAKING POWDER A pure, healthful, Cream of Tartar Baking Powder When buying an article of food you are entitled to know exactly what you are buy- quality and ingredients. If this information is refused don't buy it. Some of the low grade baking powders are advertised, but 'the ingredients of the powders are scrupulously concealed. A housekeeper would not use a baking powder containing alum if she knew it. It is well when buying to examine the label on the can. Unless it shows the ingredient cream of tartar, don't buy it. Dr. Price's baking powder is absolutely free from alum. VICTORIA'S COURTSHIP AND HER MARRIAGE Her Diary Tells How She Married Very Happy CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT OF THE HERALD "SMOTHERED' Thp Volume of Business Received on Wednesday from the City Candidates and in Thursday's Mail from the Country was Much Beyond Expecta- Score of Most Active Contest- ants in the List my drawing room wuth Albert and we talked together there from ,20 Many of the Herald's competitors feel very proud of their success at the close of the first period vote schedule. And they have good reason to do so. They demonstrated to them- selves, the number uf subscriptions they could gather when they put all .heir energy into tho work. This "I want your subscription to- day" line of talk lias a ring to it hat always brings results. Any can- didate who could keep up that kind f enthusiasm during tho remainder C the contest should come high in he prize. not get the first choice. Usually after close of a spec- ai offer, the candidates take a lay- iff of a. day or a 'week, feeling over- ;ood with their recent success. We rather recommend a day of 2isure to got renewed energy. But he time is too short to take a week of leisure. Just remember that you (ire counting your votes nd probably thinking you have the maybe you have jit this other candidate who is ot so sanguine, is out after sub- criptiong with more vigor than ever. Keep a-going. You sire on an equal- f with all your competitors in the umber of votes you will secure with ich subscription. The reduced chedule la as fair for'one as for an- ther. The present schedule does not run until tho close of the contest It closes pn November 25, just sixteen minutes to two to 20 minutes past two. Then we went downstairs. Al- bert and I dranv a glass oi win with Lord Melbourne, who seemed much affected by the whole proceeding. IJTIIF shook hands with him and he bruised! I Hr my hand, talked of how well every- thing went off, "Dearest Albert then fetched me down stairs and we took leave ot mamma ami drove off at near four, I a whole; GOVERNOR JOHNSON SAYS THEY WILL STICK'.TO GUNS AND WIN days before tho of the contest After November '25, a yearly sub Bcription for tho Dally Herald wil be worth 3GOO by carrier, and 2700 by mail, againtit 1SOO toy carrier and 2000 by mail, during the next fifteen days. That la sufficient reason why you should continue to pile up votes, It is important Io have a good standing .in the paper, hut it is evei more important to have a comfort- able reserve. Another thing, do not tell how many votes you have. You can not discourage anyone by doin will only have the others come back at you with a larger num- ber, 'whether they have them or not. Let the judges be the first ones to toil the public your total. The con- test is just about half over, and much can be done yet. Circulation Staff Busy The volume of subscriptions that came in on Wednesday and Thurs- day has piled up to such a height that it will take several days to catch up. When the lust batch was placed on the circulation manager's desk this morning, he almost got peevish, ami complained to his as- sistant: "Just look .at- that. There will be no let-up for us for the next three or four days." The Herald will be started to new subscribers within a ifay or two, and receipts sent from the office as fast as pos- sible. The date of the new subscrip- tions will be entered from the time the paper starts, and not from the time the subscription was received at the contest office. ARE UNDAUNTED .London, Nov. Victoria's diary written 'during her girlhood tell- ing how she met Prince Albert, fell into love and mar.El terday by Many legend) ceuning this riago by entry made 1830, dispo: time and in the you: "At aho for Albert, where I was minutes I said to him that I thought January or PUTS BLAME ON MOTHERS-IN-LAW THEY BREAK TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT OF ALL MARRIAGES Chicago, Nov. card index kept by Judge Wm. K Gcmmill, of the her such women as' -Johnson, Of defeated (or Vice- coml domestic relations was tab- Won out, About on, the. .progressive ticket tho anil conyratuluted us both and seemed very happy. "T feel the happiest of human he- ings." __ ____ Queen Victoria made up her mind I chapter in the hook is occupied by'the' to marry Albert arter six months of Queen's story of the famous deep thought and many tetc a 'teles chamber conspiracy" in which the! with her mentor, Lord Melbourne.' newly married soverign set' Finally Prince Albert came on a vis-1 het' fool down and fought for power! 12. Gov. Hiram it. The all important moment had navc around her arrived. This I'K how 'the Queen made s'u' wished, and shows that men nre far less reliable February after pr.ilia- ho must be aware why I wished him mcnt met no later upon which to come here and it would make me observed "So soon V" too happy if he would consent to, "You are rather alarmed when NAVAL OFFICER TO RESIDE IN EDMONTON snssjr :'nu -kimli -Jght express our df tormina-1 Ungovernable temper. 1 per cent lion in.the words oi Abraham .Lin- Whiskey anil drugs, 16 per cent, he said: Miscellaneous, 3 per cent. 'All we have to do is to keep the] ..Jt is a faclj" saia judge remain slradfa.sl_ to >lt Hle statistics of this court that an incredible num- ber of men hare little compunction in abandoning their families to ehaim bv happy 'dies iiben init dir suzubrillgen' and was so kind and seemed so happy which the Lord agreed. Following is the Queen's own story permanent the progressives thai 1 really felt it was the happi-lof tl.c wedding" i African medal will esl, brightest moment in my life, tj "Lord Melbourne stood close to me! Gambiil' 1SW' ,sml the Soutl told him it was a great sacrifice, with the sword of stale. -The'cere-1 medal, lie was chief cngin which he would not allow. monv was very imposing and fine, and aboard cruiser Gladiator when gaging in engineering. Among' hit was H0" decorations are II. M. S.'s coronation the crystallization oi :i medal, the' Vest African medal with KrCat a, Hasp. Carablu. 1S-I4 moral concept ion. mony was very imposing 'and fine, and i "le Gladiator when i T ii .Mr. fniiiriF'.-i ihu Sr :C docks "T llicn told him tho necessity simple, and I think ought to the steaniEh kccinng it u secret except to his fa-i.-ui everlasting impression on uvcry-l Paul turnct' over until UK tlicr and LTiielc Leopold and our who promises at the altar to! llireo 'Icgrces hoyond th, Almost no women desert their fnm- iiJUB under pressure of 'wani. They superior to men as stickers, young ami hasty marriages I 11 the large clumber Unit occur come to the candidates is of no con-j between persons imdcr 20 years of! sequence. The hit; thing fias heen'ilSc- These .arc'likely t'o break up accomplished. The birth of a t Uiai "That immiMlialc success diil not luea" The choicest cocoa beans from the tropics cire used for Lowney's Cocoa. Wer could buy beans at much lower prices. They would make a very fair not Lowney's. The beans are thoroughly cleaned. After cleaning comes the roasting. Cocoa beans from different localities are roasted in separate roasters. The roasting is carefully timed to bring out the full richness of the flavor. The beans then go through a cracker and fanner to remove the shells. The product of this process is called Cocoa Nibs." Next comes the blend. The rich flavor of Lowney's Cocoa -is largely attributable to skill and experience in blending cocoa beans from different localities. The blended cocoa nibs are then ground into a semi-liquid. Cocoa beans have a natural excess of cocoa butter. The excess butter is removed by a hydraulic process. The cocoa, now dry, is ground again to a fine powder and sifted through Bilk to insure the proper fineness. The sifted powder is then packed'in tins. Each package, with the Lowney label, contains a blend of the world's choicest cocoa beans, thoroughly cleaned, skillfully roasted, relieved of excess cocoa butter and ground to a fine powder, which, rin boiling, yields its full, rich flavor. It 'gives a beverage which, as we say, "shows you how cocoa ougbt to taste." Our Montreal factory is in keeping with the cocoa it model for the cocoa business. Sold at grocers. In tins sizes. to 50c Stowsyou how cocoa. night tc taste i COCOA The Walter M. Lowney Co. of Canada, Ltd., Montreal ALL FIRST PRIZE GOODS KIBB'OJV TEA Blue Ribbon Coffee and Blue Ribbon Baking Powder have the same good tiuality that liliiu Ribbon Tea is famous for. They are guaranteed superior to all others and If you buy any one of those articlus you are at liberty to return it and have your refunded, but wo know you will prefer lo keep the goods. e of Letlibridge Can Eat the Choicest Grown and We Sell It: Tender and Juicy, Killed Fresh Daily Tomorrow we will have fresh killed, dry picked Turkeys, Ducks and Chickens. Every bird, grown in Southern Alberta Our expert German Sausage Maker makes every kind of Sausage for which the Germans are famous. It has a flavor all its own. Only the choicest meat used in its manufacture If You Want Quality We Are At Your Service. Phone Your Sunday Order G. A. DELANY Across the corner from the Court House Phone 452 m m at m