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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, APIUIj 9, I9Th Titli LBTHBKiDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVS With Easter Past, Now is The Time To Think of New Furnishings for the Home The collection of Furniture, Draperies, Carpets and Floor Coverings that are presented in our Show Rooms are well worth seeing, even if there is no immediate intention to buy. Novelty Curtains We haro BOCURX! ft. "Joli lot" of Novelty .QwtaliLB IB ecru blindc, well designed In a food strong; net. Prices range from ?3.7B to per pair. We have priced those from to per pr. Bungalow Nets In -beaut 1 [ul designs, strong, well wovon nets, 50 inches wide, "white and ecru colors. All patterns. 25c. per yard Bordered Bedroom Scrim Absolutely washable, ecru, shade with colored stencilled border, 36 inches wide- Regular 25c per yard. Special, 15c per yard "Veribrite" Furniture Polish Large size bottle, 35c. NO PHONE ORDERS TAKEN BAWDEN BROS. Lctlibridge's Greatest Tlome Furnishers 709 3rd Ave. S. CANADIANS LEARN TO USE THE BAYONET Thle picture taken at a drvieional military, oanjp in whicli.Uie 2nd'7Canadian- contingent is training; th metliod employed In familiarizing the recruivs with thc-mothdd ql uaing the It Tastes Good-Try SPRING LAMB With Mint Sauce For Your Sunday Dinner We have some select stock of fresh killed. We also recommend some fresh killed dry picked poultry. DELANYS LIMITED PHONE 452 Bulgarian minister in London gave out today the ic-ict of a noln Ironi his government disclaim- ing responsibility tor tlio recent in- vasion by a force described as Bulgarian irrcgulnrn. Tlio note re- peats in the main what has already been sell forth in from Sofia. It is said that the uprising was initiated by Turks among the in- habitants o[ that part of Macedonia I included in Serbia. These Turks rose revolt, the note says, and lied to Bulgarian, territory pursued by Ser- bian troops. "The Serbian frontier guards per- formed tlicir dutiey conscientiously trying to protect the Serbian the note continues. "This makes it clear thai the whole allair was one involving the Serbian authorities and the Inhabitants of the affected re- gions. Howevor, as the feeling in Serbia seems to he assuming consid- erable dimensions and might bring troops in proximity to the Bulgarian frontier, Bulgaria Serbia to take all necessary measures to pre- vent Serbian troops from firing at Bulgarian posts, thus pnivoking, as past experience has shown, incidents with serious consequences." In official Serbian quarters in Lon- don this explanation ist not accepted. It is said that official telegrams re- ceived today "indicate that more at- tacks are being prepared on Bulgarian, soil with the; object ot cut- ting the supplies of the Serbian army." It is aflded that among flte billed were not only Turks but Austrians, and that on the bodies of the dead were found documents showing the purpose cJ the invasion. To keep a babr covered in his crih, double a. sheet or blanket, lay it lengthwise in the under tile mat- tress, and then, after the baby is [old each end and tuck him in. To add to the lif. and beauty of woollens. flannels, lacei and kinds of leniitive LUX the incomparable elean- iar. LUX is ..the pure ei- fence of fina loap, in It dlflSOlve'B readily in hot a cream-like lather which cannot injure fine fabricB or dainty handi. try LUX. Won't tea SUB ca KOT ma. e.iu ran na op ritt rta ra tJa ren di rk KM Why Doctors Say "Oranges" at lielHht ol tlcllcloui- Icndcr-munl- ed.llrm.hoiwywltli tho must lompUnf IruJt thntrrown. Servo Sunlclat djilly- so you never grow llrcd of them. 1'riccM arc low. They uro HID cheapest fiult you Ihc-y aresoia by ulltood dcultra, Get Thii Frca Boole Sulndg and Dcsueris." Sto what cbarmlnET foods can be pre- rcd with Sunltlil. Trr ntut Liirian teeifil. lot. ere is hardly a physician practicing today who doesn't advocate the eating of oranges. 1st, becnuscoraiigeshsive a beneficial effect on the blood, keepiugitpnrcnndclean. Thisisespccially necesyary during the spring and summer months. 2nd, because oranges act ns a mild and pleas- ant Elimulant for tho liver. A disordered liver changes one's whole outlook on life. 3rd, because oranges contain just the right amount or fruit acldio keep the digestive orgnns in proper working order. Oranges help tho di- Kestion of all other foods. California Oranges Famous Seedlets Naoels Cut OutTMt o write forfrac "Sunkist SaladiUDdDc-iKcrls." 1 AMo elves full ID forma- tion about our premium ..-hanpc Sunkist [or Win. Rosas Son truaran- leed silverware. Address CiFiforcu'i frail Craven Ezebioffl Daring British Naval Officer Would Run U-21 to Cuxhaven In CanitdA by Limited, Tanonto, Toronto The German submarine is now :i unit in the British navy fighting Germany, according to cable despatch do the Cflobe, The despatch says: "It now trans- pires that the famous submarine U21, tlio officers of which wore personally decorated with iron crosses liy tliu Kaiser, has become part of the Bi.t- ish navy. Sunt oli the west coast somewhere near Fleclwood, about the middle ot February, t .e U21 was raised, and taiten into ilarrow-in-Fur- aess. She was'slightly tlamaged, al- though the cause ol disablement can not bo ascL-rtained. In fact, the wliole alYair is shrouded in mysfctry, and has been one oi the most closely guarded ol naval "Slight repairs were made, and in a very short time the US1 was again at sea, headed ior home waters, but manned by a British crew. Little cre- dence was given to Lhc stories circu- iatcd regarding her fate, hut in the absence of nil news regarding her whereabouts she just dropped from not-ico and her .exploits were forgot- ten. Had it been possible to eEect the repairs before her lose could be learned by tbe German authorities a hair brained venture was actually contemplated by some junior British officers. It was nothing less than a to sail the U2l straight into uxhaven.'or some equally important German base and before being discov- ered as an enemy eta ft to torpedo every German war vessel within range. "The time elapsing between her last report to the German-admiralty and her readiness ior departure, aitflr being raised and repaired, made this plan impracticable, and the German authorities urc now preparing to ad- mit her loss. A recent Hcvlin. tele- gram to the effect that a submarine (supposed to be the U2L) was fueil upon oy a yacht in St. George's channel on February !ii; seems to pre- pare way for. a final acknowledge- ment that this valuable unit is no longer a part of the German navy." GREEK KING AND VENIZELOSS DISAGREE Paris, AnrJl 8. Tbe Grecian press bureau Bays that a dispatch from Ath- ena to the Havn.b News agency today Issued the fallowing official state- .inent: Sew a very large safety pin irtside your shopping bag. It is a great con- venience for hanging things on, from house to small safety pins, the iLtLr to hold samples. .men t: "Certain Information having come into tlie possession of the government. It is declared that the King never gave hla negotiations concerning the-ceD3lon of Grecian territory to any foreign power, and that he never ap- proved any proposition ot Lhii char- acter. "The government js obliged to make this statement, owing to certain de- claration which have been made by .ex-Premier Ven'.zelos and have been printed In the newspapers." EU-Premier Venuelos, the diapatch from Athene SRVS, has that he will make un immediate reply. Don't leave matches, knives or h-t Vvs'cr or ot" er dangers if are children in ti.e IIOUBC. Choice, tender, juicy Meats of finest quality is the basis on which we are build- ing business EVERYTHING ON THE MABKET This Meat Market is known for its cleanliness and spick and span appear- ance. Our response to telephone. orders will please yon. Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market The Highest in Quality but; Not In Price Spring Hard ware Garden Toolg We Lave everything required in the Garden or Lawn Hose Reels, Forks, Hoes, Nozzles, Couplings, etc. WE HAVE MADE A CAREFUL SELECTION AND ARE SURE WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. House Cleaning Utensils We always have hiid the "Tools" wblch mike HoiiaeclcnuiEg easier. Call and see olif utenslla. eoaps and pollchea fbefore you start housecieaninff. Prlcee on then lines are at tbe lowest notch. C.W.GRAY FIFTH STRBET SOUTH. ;