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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta P'RIDAY, APIHf' 1915 THE I, E T H J) R I K 0 K DAILY II E R A T, I) PAKE FIVK Slaughtering the Best of Merchandise is Bringing the Best of Results at COMPULSORY SALE Everybody appreciates this Rare and Brimfull Bargain Sale Every day is a Record-breaker in rushing Merchandise out of our Store Remember that we must reduce our immense Stock by Half, and nothing in the world will do it but these Cut Prices. "Fashion Craft" Suits For Men and Young Men, lines, smooth finished wor- steds and close twilled Blue Serges. Suits. Out Suits.' Price .S22.50 Suits. Cut Price Men's Suits Special lot of Men's Worsted Suits, a snap -Cut Price "Special lot of Men's Tweed Suits re- tailed at Cut Florsheim Shoes Florsheim Shoes. Cut Price Florsheim'Shoes. Cut Price Hosiery Seamless Mercerized Half Hose, col- ors tan, black and nav3r. 25c per ...air. Cut Price........15c 15c Work Socks. Cut Price 3 pair 25C Men's Fine Shoes CUT PHICE Shoes, tan or Shoes, tan-or Shoes, black only J5 Romeo Slippers Rain Coats Raincoat. Eaincoat. Cut Price.. Out Price.. Cut Men's Negligee Shirts Cut Price. .g5g Men's Working Shirts Guaranteed Fast Colors. Shirts. Cut Price .85C Work Shoes Men's Solid Leather Work Shoes Work Shoes.. Cut Price. Work Shoes. Cut Price. Work Shoes. Out Price.. ".Fashion Craft" Light Spring Overcoats Men's Fine Pants S3.00 Pants. Pants. Pants. Pants. Pants. Pants. Cut Price Cut Price Cut Price Cut Price Cut Price Cut Price 51.95 S2.95 53.95 54.95 Underwear Staiifield's Wool' Spring and Summer Underwear, Combination or Two Piece Suits, Suits. Cut Price. -52.35 Men's "True-Knit" Spring and Sum- mer Underwear. Combinations or Two Piece, Si. 25 per suit. Cut Price 900 Stetson Hats and Stetson Hats. Cut Price '..J Men's Soft Felt Hats In the latest styles and colors. Hats. Cut Price SI .45 Men's Caps Spring and Summer Caps. Cut Price Panama Hats and Panamas- Cut Price Fine Straw Hats and gl.50 Straw Hats- Cut Price Men's Ties 50c Ties. Cut Price 7oc Ties. Cut Price 453 CUT PRICE S22.50 Spring Overcoat .___Si4.45 Sl.7-.50 Spring- -Men's Fine Gloves From the best makers, Dent, Perriu nnd Pownes; Suede, Dogskin or Moclia. 75 per pair. Cut Price SI .35 .50 per pair. Cut Price J 1 5 11.25 per pair. Out Price ____ Men's Working Gloves Sl.OO Gloves. Gloves. 11.75 Gloves. Cut Price Cut Price Out Price 75c S1.15 Special lot Men's O'alls per pair Overalls, striped only. Cut Price 75g Oliver Block L. KEEL Fifth Street MILITARY HONORS PAID TO VICTIM OF ACCIDENT A COMMON SIGHT IN FRANCE Jean Marie Cuuyollc lost of Iiis legs ami lias n medal lo phoiv for Ills bravery in (he ur.r. In tlio Cliaiu- jic bHUle he lost IKjtli Iiis legs but is still full or Jlflit. Says Soldiers Are Fatalists -Many of us soldiers nnd says an officer who has been at the front since Hie beginning of the "hare foith in a mysterious power tfogous to antique faUtlity, which proves or our soil. Those thai, ii favors we say are 'in luck.' The great- est imprudence docs not aifect their Invulnerability. Others seem rated to sacrifice; iE Ihey'escape ;i pitch- ed baLLle, a spent ball, or a fragment OC shell will gel them Ibe following day, miles behind the trenches, while IJiey are In apparent, security. "This instinctive belief fatings a. certain tranquil ity. not only to tuose who think that they are 'in but Lo those also who are in doubt wheth- er they possess a. lucky star. 'If one Is slated for death, what is the good, ot Inking precautions; the bullet that's intended for me 'will Und "Certain cases ser.m to hear out tins .superstition. One of them was relat- ed by an officer of the general staff, tall, cool, almost phlegmatic as an Englishman behind his eyeglasses, ami so careful to exaggerate nothing that lie seems to contemplate! the most iragic events with the wrong nnd of bis Determined to Be Killed, 'I ought lo have been killed a hun- dred be told me. 'At the mo- ment of the genera] mobilization I was on tlis staff of the general of the di- whom 1 was very personally ittached after years of very close col- aboration; be treated me somewhat as his personal aide-de-camp. I went everywhere'with him. A few days af-. er the declaration of. war, lie was lii- ormed of the daath of his wife, whom knew he adored, He concealed Ms lain, hut I understood at once that the j'low had crushed him, and that he lad made up bis mind to get himself Billed. He took me with him where he bullets 'were thickest. The divi- ion was on the eastern frontier, and longside the storms of shrapnel that burst above our heads the German bombardments of today are small in- Every other day we went to the first line, and while the men lying round us fired at the Germans, we re- mained erect to encourage them. V Courts Death in Vain 'One afternoon ItaJ passed lour bours under tLe enemy's she'ils. From time to tune, I said to myself, ten minutes or even in five minutes, per- haps it will be my turn." But we were neither oE us touched. Another day, after a very violent engagement in Which we had been obliged to give way, one of our batteries remained stuck between the two armies. I pro- posed to reconnoitre the positions to see if it was possible to bring it back. I intended to s.o alone and to come back quickly. But the general declar- ed he would lt 'A'as VBin lo remark that it was not hk EASY TO DARKEN YOUR GRAY HAIR Try Mix Sage Tea and Sulphur and-bruih it through your hair, taking one ttrand at a time. 3'ou darken your hair with fcgc Tea and Sulphur, 110 one can ell, because it's done so naturally, so evenly. Preparing this mixture, tbough at home is mussy and troublesome, ''or 50 cents yon can buy ct any drug tore the ready-louse tonic called Sage and Sulpliur Com- pound." You just dampen a sponge or soft ibruih with It and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. By morning all gray hair disappears, and, after an- other application or two, your hair becomes beautifully darkened, glossy mid luxuriant You will also discover dandruff is gone and hair bns slopped fulling. Gray, fnded lialr, though no dis- grace, ia a sign of old age, and as we all i.Gsfre a yoi.lliful and attractive BDpeftrance, get 'busy at once with Wypth's Sage and Sulphur and look 'yeai-'a younger. Sold by J, 0. Hlflln- I'rMalc It. DoljHun H'liu ;i ijn-jiibor of tin; KusilicrH, but was Lriiiiaf'-riviJ to HIP Auto .A.ndilno Clti'i (he day or his dcalh. He WKS rlillus iu an auvo tnieu whlchcollldud with another. was in- stanlly Iciilt'fl. cents buys a double-sided Vidtor Record of any kind of music you wish to hear. There are thousands of these splendid Vidlor Records that coft only We each. They are all double sided, tea selections on sach record. On them you can obtain every kind of music mad favorite rfinndard tongs; familiar hymns; band and orchestral numberi; popular songs and dance music; comic songs, monologues, etc.; in fac% any- thing and everything in the realm of music and entertainment, all by well- known and capable Here are some of the tea-inch, double- sided Victor Records at 90c which should in every collection: Tslei o( Fatin.u. Selection roll; T.nnln T Choiui Chotui Good Bye (ToiTi) Good Nighl Beloved. Good Nijll Lore'i Old Sweel Song John AodetiM. My Jo Mr. ud Mn, Whwlal j l Viclot M.le Choi Viclor Mile Choi GmU. Htri 17563 Priv.Vc To Al Tippettiy God Sire the Rule Biidnni. Victor Mililiry fl.nd Victor Tmci .id ltllj "Altn TurBei iflom H TronloM) Mi- Pott OralBe Chimn of Nointndy ScUctnn (Schcnioa) (Violia! BQCOI.C (Vicli.) Huilitioi Piy Victoi Vic Tennenn. i Yiu Me Bid to the You Um One Swtedy Solemn Tloattt Crouiug the Mr Cod M Th. Jeiu.. Pilot Me 16371 Juobna Such. J I73G> EUi, BJta AluTmi F. C. Fuw.l.1 Vidtrola VI M7.OO Sold oh terms, if Aetaei. .Other Vidrolu fnm 121.00 to 3305 (n Mrn. if dc.ircd) and (en-inch, double-aided ViAor at 90c for the rwo at any "Hu MaAcr Voice" de.ler in anr-rown mr ritr in-Canada. Write for free copy of our 420.pafe MuMeal E lininl one eOOO Victor ffeconh. BERLINER GRAM-O-PHONE CO. UNITED Lenolr Street, Montreal DEALER! IN EVERY TOWN AND CITY Victor ReMnk-tMe CMfc-PMfMin HIM PmMb; Mason Risen, Limited Phone 791. II WESTERN BRANCHES. i. i Mh ilrwt ;