Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIDGE DAILT HERALD FRIDAY, APRIL-23, 1915 Saturday Special in SHOES AT THE FOOT TOGGERY L Black and tan grain Blu. Pegged or Sewn, Heavy single or double Soles, at Values you can't find anywhere else in town. Secure a pair now. SPECIAL Regal Black and Tan Polish, 5c tin; 6 tins for 25c W. J. NELSON Co. SHERLOCK BUILDING Wright's Saturday Monday Jewelry Bargains Money Savers for Shrewd Buyers! MORE PEOPLE EACH WEEK ARE TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THESE SPECIAL PRICES. IF YOU ARE NOT GETTING YOUR SHARE WE ADVISE THAT IT 15 REAL ECONOMY TO BUY AT THESE VERY SPECIAL PRICES: READ-Two Days' Sale Prices Mantel Clout Mantel Clock cut to....... 525.00 Mantel Clock cut to Alarm-Clock cut to J2.50 -Uarm Clodf cut to 52.00 Alarm dock cut 10......... 51.00 Alarm Clock cut to tiS.60 Gents' and Ladies' Watctoes i25.00 Gents' arid Ladles' Watches Gents' anB Ladles' Watches 515.00 Geots' aad Ladles' Watches ?7.50 Oents' and Ladles'. Watcnes Diamond'Rings cut to ?62.00 Dlamond-RIngB cut to 525.00 Diamond Rings cut to 415.00 Stone Set Rings cut to ?10.0u Stone SefRings cut to cut to IS.95 8.30 16.10 1.90 1.60 1.25 .6! 32.00 13.95 10.15 8.85 4.65 69.00 38.00 13.90 S.E5 5.90 3.15 525.00 Four.piece Silver Tea Set SM.10 Four-piece Silver Tea Set and Tray cut to.............................. 24.30 59.00 Cut Glass Sort cut to 5.M ?2500 Cut Glass Water Set cut to 13.85 53.00 Bon-Bon Dishes cut to 1.65 510.00 Ladles'. Hand Bags cut to 6.00 Jo.M Ladies' Hand Bags cut to .Y. '2.90' 53.00 Ladies' Hand Bass cut 1-B5 55.03 Gold Cult Links to........... 3.25 Fountain' Pens, gold mounldd 3-25 525.00 Field Glasses in caso 11.10 no.ob Gold EraceJets cut to 5.90 Goid Bracelets cut to 8.B5 55.00 Rogers Tea Spoons, per dozen 3.15 57.50 Rogers Knives and dozen 4.85 512.50 Rogers Knires and Forts, ijer dozen 8.45 HAVE A LOOK AT OUR SHOW WINDOW. ONE MORE WEEK ONLY. IN MANY CASES GOODS ARE SELLING AT LESS THAN HALF COST. IT'S UP TO ME TO TURN ONE-THIRD OF MY STOCK INTO CASH. AND I AM PREPARED TO TAKE BIG LOSSES TO DO IT. R. A. WRIGHT EYE SPECIALIST IN CHARGE OF OPTICAL CASES A SPECIALTY On The Last Lap In The Big Bentley Sale THE ABSOLTJTE FIMSH ON SATURDAY! On Monday'it will be" too late. Think of it! There are-still to be had in the undermentioned lines, WE REFUSE NO-REASONABLE OFFER LADIES' LONG BLACK SILK GLOVES LONO SILK GLOVES LON5 LlpUE ALWVER LACES AND DRESS TRIMMINGS WATfiON'S UNDERWEAR CUSHION COP.S LACES, EMBROIDERY'AND BEADINGS INtERTIOMB AND MOTOR'VE'iLS LApier WHITE t CpflSET. LADIES' NIGHT GOWNS LAOIEt' FANCY COLLARS LADIEr LADIES' COATS, LADiEi' WHITE LADIES' BOOTS AND SHOU EIDERDOWN WOOL SIR WM. PULTENEY WJio commanded. .Ine Canadian troops -when they flrit entered the trenches, nelng attached to the Third British Army Corps. Auction Sale of Fixtures Next Week. Watch for JUquith Waddingtpn LIBERALS DIVIDED ...Saskatoon, .April Lloyd, president, oi. Alliance; .has arranged for a meeting-in Httm. jboldt on Friday night, to which jciXtendtj an'invitation to Dr. D. IJ. iVeeley, M. I', for Huinboldt in (he I Dominion House, and all Liberals I who attended a Dieeting at which Dr. sporre last Saturday to be pce- riscnt. Rev. .Principal Lloyd states tliat Dr. Nfeley will be given three-, quarters of an hour in which to pre- sent jjis arguments against the pro- posed Lenipcrauce Icgiijlation, At tho I meeting last .-Saturday a resolution I1 was passed condemning the propos- als, tni't it. stated that the 'executive Liberal was not consulted about tb'c resolu- tion find tlmt llio in favor ql ipcraiicc Vrefprpr in Humboldt is T1TB tacmr1! emblltorofl hatred of'th'ft Brttlah lion and her whcTps fs by a brooch wJtb thi worde "Gott strnfu Bnglaud" (God punish Hlugliuid) across tho ceutro, one of whlcb Lbe Caniidlajj Paclflc Rallwaj secured M a remlndAr of tat relentleBt naturo at wtih wblcb wi are now 111 cocft.ct Tht brooch is In colors, tho two Lop sections allowing the Austro-Hunsurlan flag colors, aud the two bottom tho Turkish and Gerniau. MttlfoiiB of those brooches aro aoir being JD the roHtro) Europi'tJ) and Turkish Empires, and evcm Lbe yostiii liUorii io countrloa arc euioiitid with a elmllitr liiscrliiUuu. THE KTJMOHED FOURTH GERMAN AIB RAID ON ENGLAND The map shows London, SheerneEs and Chath.un particularly, the Eng- lish cities near which the German aeroplanes which hni'e ibccu reported as making1 a faurtii raid, dropped bombs. .CADET ORDER'S Regulations for Cadei Services 1915-lG: Uniform follow extract from a circular letter from .Militia headquarters, Ottawa, is pub lished for the information of all con cerned: "Owing ip the war and th heavy expenses in connection there with, it is regreiisii' that Parllaroen las not voted any money to pay tli per cadet uniform grant thi year. No funds have been voted fo cadet nor for cadet instructors courses tliis aummSr, nor has an; money been provided for paying tin bonus of 50 cents an. hour ihi 30-hours1 physical training L C. TEEPLE Your Grocer FRESH FOR SATURDAY', Yemat'oes, Cucumbe'ri, Lettuce, Strawberriii at lowut market prlcea. 5 pouada for Per dozen Large size, per dozen GRAPE Large size, each SHREDDED WHEAT, 2 for CORN 3 for............... OATS, PREMIUM; 5 pound .package CORN, PEAS and' BEANS, 2 for TOMATOES; urge tuns 2 for HOMINY; Van Camps; tins, each..... -MUSHROOM6; Per tin............. PEACHES, PEARS and APRICOTS, 2 tins for RED RASPBERRIES 4 Strawberriei, 2T for.. 2 tins for........... BLUEBERRIES; Per tin TOILET SOAP; 8 cakes for G. W. and R. C. SOAP 2 packages fop SUNLIGHT SOAP 11 bars for......... 50c and............. SCRUB BRUSHES Price each SHOE BRUSHES Price eacli STOVE BRUSHES Price each 2 IN NUGGET POLISH, price TOILET PAPER 5 rolls for CLOTHES PINS; Spring, 4 dozen for... 3 for............... BAKING POWDER 36 ounce Jlns VAN CAMP'S SOUPS; 2 tins j for.......... PORK AND BEANS; Per tin lOc, 15c and 25c 25c 25c lOc 25c 30c 25c 15c 25c 15c 256 45c 500 60c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c Better Markets is Need of Live Stock Industry Calgary, A1ta., April is needed to encourage the livestock in- dustry iu the west more than any- iliins else Is a better market !he declared Dr. J. Q. Hutlierford, livestock commissioner ior the Canad- ian Pacific, an accepted expert on stock, known from coast to coast, at the banquet tendered over 300 horse at the Palliser Hotel, when Mayor Costello welcomed visi- tors on behalf of the city. With P. the -hlggest packer In tlie Canadian '.Vest, sittin." rifjUt be- side him. and taking his medicine wth a scod natiired sm'le, Dr. Rutherford did some straight talking on He live- stock industry.of ins plains from the livestock producers' standpoiut. He urged the absqliite necessity of'closer co-operation between the various-stock organizations ot the west, which, i[ Lhey realized their strength, would not he dictated to in the mnllw of better markets, but would dictate to the lowers that be." "It's no use silting down and blam- ing the powers that be for our misfort- unes. It is in our power, 3f we pull :ogether sufficiently, to rectify he asserted, and with the pick of the stockbreeders from the three western provinces gothered m the room, he was cheered to the echo. He made an exposure of recem packers' methods to create a cam )algn among the farmers to Increase the hog production. "A representative of 'a big packing ouse caljed upon me two weeks said Dr. Rutherford. "He said he had ntervIKived the authorities at Ottawa he authorities at Winnipeg, the aath orities at Hegina, and the authorities at Edmonton, and he suggested that he governments and al] big organlza. ions should work together with a to starting a big campaign am- Ig the farmers'to encourage hog pro- ['.iciion. "I asked him if that was the only hinff to be done. He felt certain it VP.S. Why Not-Raise Hog Pric'ej? "I then told him that I could pass ilm a trick. I suggested that if he aised the price ot hcgs next w'jek by wo cents, and the week after another ent, and the week after another cent, hat he 'would possibly be surprised at amount of interest the farmers begin to dJsp'jny in the Industry. "But I said, if you are expecting ny sane business people .to lake pai-t n e campaign in enr-otrraffe the-farm- 25c PHONE 515 DOMINION BLOCK, 4TH AVE. rs. to spend from 8 Lo 10 cents per, b, to rear hogs, for the safce of. Bei- ng six cents for them, then you are mistaken. "He said: 'But look at I said, 'out look at Montreal lid Toronto. Ws have nothing in ommon vfllli. had. leaenre of pointing to the nd retail prices o[ stock In Montreal, t Montreal, while hogs are fetching higher price than In Calgary, pork nd prok products are fetching leas lan in Ci'.lgary. I asked him if he outd explain that." .Dr. Rutherford declared that the esleni stock hreeders were cnlltleti o a betler iparftet, and (t was tuefr .task lo see that they got a price for j their products on a parity with tho, market-prices of the world. NeVer before 'ivas Ihc future HO bright for tha Block iriuuslry. Tlie worM.waa faced with a shortage that, was bcund to-last for par- ticularly a shortage of mutton in Can- adn.' Thos. Gifiorif is again Itc Conser- vat-ivc caiifJidate lor the C. Legis- lature ia-Niw WfsLniinBl% Every kind of music on ten-inch, double- sided Vidtor Records at 90c each. There Hre hundreds of them to choose songs, hymns, band and orchestral numbers, popular songs and dance music, comic songs, monologues, etc. all by well-known and capable artists. Here are some of the ten-inch, double- sided Vidtor Records at 90c which should be in your collection. of Mr. Filiuilii Selection Chocui II Chorui Gwd Bye (Tom1) Good Night Beloved, Good Nifhl Sweel Wclli Hi e the Rivet ShaBDOO Hairy Pryoi'i I Victor Miledioiui) Vitlac Mate Choiiu) Goddud? I75U Tike Me Ruck lo Cinidi They Sing "God SBWC the King" Cod Save ihc Rule Difuiaik Ermine Chiron 1 Echou Edw.id Altn Turret Rtuticin. lolernczza Tilei ol Silver ThceiHi Among the Gold The Broken Melody ('cello} Tip-Top Medley Foi Tro< (Accoi Clickujick Medley tAccoitjioi) Videf Concert Orcheiln Victoi Conctil Oicholi. J 17311 Rourio Bourdon M) Pietta Ocfro Pietio Delta 17342 The Utle HODK Upon the Hill J. F. Hunm? 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