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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 4, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta 'I, THE I, ETHH Kl DO 13 A I M V HESAI-D FIVE "It wouldn't seem like Home without FRY'S" So so warming, so cheering is FRY'S COCOA that everyone who wishes to keep strong ought to drink it. So exquisite in flavor, it appeals to the most fastidious. FRY'S is a pure food-beverage that feeds the whole body as probably no other food can do quite so well. You try it. Noted Cartoonist Coming Ash Davis will be hers February 10 In WoBloy church. His drawings arc and made In colors, anil nre re- puted to he the1 best on the platform. Tho Itmdscapeb. are perfect gems of art. He Is a man of spotless char- acter, a great Jovor of. children, and he wrl] do our young people a world of good. Mr. pavis is not an amateur. ID thirteen years'he lias given almost two thousand entertainments. He knotva how. and does, make good. To Cure a Cold In One Day Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets. Dmeslata refund money L it fails to cure. B. W. GROVE'S sis nature is on each box. 26c. Monday and Tuesday FEBRUARY 15TH AND IfcTH "Are You a Under Auspices of Alexander Gait Chapter I. O. D. K. Local Talent Popular 50 and 75c Majestic Theatre Came Through Year Wilh Bal- ance on Right Side of Books of MEDALS FOR SOLDIERS luacrath, Feb. i 'Ih- usual meeting Q[ the Loivn toun-il was hclil In Lhe -Si.iPiu1'1 tlic mayor, his dcpuLy, Mr. IV. M. Himllcy', iircsidctl. -A uunihor U I lie general public JMCSLMIT. The auditor's report Tor liist- prcsenied end vlmweil tlinl tlic in coinc, fl t'as''1 ul hand Jan. 1st, was jpr.i the rjxuundiLurc totalled leaving a balance in hand of H. In a statcinuiit of the assets and ii abilities, the assets WRIT, pivcn as and the liabilities U05 3D, a surplus of assets oirr li- abilities o: ffl.fia4.7l. The liahilUiuti le thu balance of the two ilcbcnLuri! issues which IhL' inun has issued. htought up anil ur- salary of tlic unni be reduced by Su'i Tire Traveller's Aid icpcirt ior ihu uiontli oi Januai'y is as follows Trains 158 I'.U, of 21 wist'c voting Kills. on wuy lioiue frtnn hos- pilal fi'resi Kr.lls, Traralirr's Aid suned lunclipnii and on 12.UO irain. Traveller's aid m Calgary plac- ed sick woman in nf lirakuman who asked Traveller's Aiii to assist lier on CouUs' triiin. M. Iv CsiiHTtm. Traveller's Aid. members oi LhP Alexander Gall I Chapter I. 0. H. E.. are asked to fcv sea-ing al. SHi SI. K., lomorrow atlcrnuon. fooil will he A motion wa ccptcd that tlif BoliciLor should year. Jc ivas dcciiJnl to give mm whi> liavo joincfl the 13Lh C.M.H. n badjiu from the town in commemoration of their1 having done so. These will he presented at Lhe great send-off meH- which to be held in the assem- bly hall tonight. auspicrs ol fit. Andrew's i.aiiics: Aini Ion Salunliiy, ftlh in Mr. Robert j variety of honii: n'ill for also tea anil -.-ill Ic served ilirouBlioni ihr aittr- ,.uuli. TliC sale ivill ojirn nl i p. m.ll The of this Liilp tif RIV- to the Patriotic Kiiiiil. Tlie Musicians' I'niGn inwt in i >lis rooms, Sunday -.tittrnocm at p.m. business n-ill bs light more beau- north' ot They were permitted tilui heroism and deration than even to brinR bridging material -to iie bank is found in the strife oi a battlefield, of the canal unmolested, but directly Mrs. Luun is progressing favorably tliey started tridfrinp- operations our and Mi. Limn is also making a rapid troops attacked and the enemy fled recovery Irom the operation. in disorder, leaving all the material in our hands. Several of the enemy were 'drowned. "The enemy also attacked in the El Kantara front (forty miles south of Port at daylight today. They were cosily, repulsed losing 16 tilled or wounded and 40 prisoners. Our casualties were three men drown- ed.1' 1. FITZGEW KILLED London, Feb. c-' Captain itzgarald of the Princess Patricias __ _____._ iave-received the news oi bis 'being j tue maRiBtraic why he wanted to tilled in France. The lat-e officer was member ol the Duke of Leinstcr's amily and was also related to Col. Lord Kitchener's secre- tary He hwl been in Canada several and came over in comparn- with Col. Dver of the remount department o Salisbury, but later was transfcr- ed to the imperial army. At the time of enlisting Fitzgerald conducting caiiie aciuss the fcc.kies, but on arrival at Ottawa was granted a commission. spsaking of him torluy, said "If ever von wanted a man vou hart go.L liini riglit -_ Police Court Cbavlle Wen, a, clerk in Bing Wo's Btore in North Letbhridge was fined and costs In police court this morn- Ing for Bt'ilinp cigarettes to a minor on Sunday last. Wen was defended by C. F. Harris, and ontertrt i plea, o" not guilty. The evidence of the boy who j made the purchase waa HO direct that the plea was changed and Wen ad- mitted making the It develop erf that the boy had stolen the money to purchase the cigarettes with, and that lie had been tried In the Juvenile court yesterday, and put on probation, Tith sentence In I'orUge la Prilrle sus- pended. The boy witness admitted that 'lie was "stumped" when asked b> imolie cigarettes Clarence Miller was fined So.00 and coats on a charge of being disorderly by being intoxicated. John PetorEon of Hill Spring has been Hpiicinlei! R justice of the peace. All D. C. Hnyne nf Br.nff, Thca. McKer- tner of Olds and 0. K. Strong of Ed- monton have been re-appointed the board of license ccmmiasioncrp for Uu Many Exceptionally Low Prices Here FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Bargain Opportunities in Every Department. Make it a point to do your week-end shopping at this popular store Women Needing Odd Plates Get Doable Value Here Tomorrow 'iut of these Semi-Porcelain PliUs in pretty little conventional design of green and red wllh nohl edffcu. Special values for early comers. I'nl up is two iota: LOT NO. bread and buUor plates fiud.ff.i plates, regular value 52 ;i platen for LOT NO. dinner, brtakiast. soup anil optmeHl plates; regular ?L'.75 dozen; :i platen for AND THESE ODD MEAT PLATTERS: n" Gi2H. Regular JI.DG .....................75c U" size. Regular 10" size. Ilegular J2.25 ....................S1.25 Window Shades in All for Speedy Clearance Hcndsojne dark green Window Shades wicli Harlshora Rollers, with pretty setitt linen Inser- tion In acru color: Size Kesular Sain Price Size Regular Sale Price Size ftegular Sule Price Size Regular Sale I Size Regular fff Bole Price I OU In Glassware Section Halt and Pepper Sets, pair ..................15c Salt and Pepper Sets, pair...................25c Mustard Pots, each .........................15c Glass Fruit Howls, each .....................Sir, TUNGSTEN LAMPS J5 Watt----30c 40 Watt___40c 60 Wait___50c Iww Eight Special Clearing Lots of Footwear for this Week-End LOT NO. Tills lol connlsU of Boy Tan Calf BtjotB In smart stylo, bluchcr model. They are regular uiluo and will Rive exceptional f4 QE .........9 I i5Jv wear. Sizes 1 to LOT NO. This lot conalstn of Glrle' Box Call1 Boots In smart style blucher model. An unusually at- tractive line for school -n-enr. Slaos S% to IK- Resiilar J.'OT NO. This lot consists of Children's Tau Calf Button Boots and comes In plain toe stylo. OCjt Regular price ?1.50 33C LOT NO. Ladiei' "K" Boots in this clearance lor. tfiers are black and tan and Bos Calf. Bluuher and Uution RepilHi1 price LOT NO. Men's "K11 Boots in Thin clearance lol. Leath- ers are black ami tan Box Calf and tf A Vici Kid. AH si7ep. ReKular LOT NO. Men's Kelt House Li yairs superior grade plaid felt; warm and cozy. 31.50................. LOT Men's One Buckle Overshoes, good heary grade, ''irst quality runoer. All sizes. Degular price ?2-00 I LOT NO. 14 pairs only of these Men's Rain In a hurry out Hegnlar price Ynttr WWlr Fnri Madam Hunt's delicious California Fears and Ap- ricota. Regular 35c; Sale Price............ OUC Libby's new season Pine- apples. Regular 25c; 2 for Strawberries; Per Tin Fresh new Figs; 3 packets for........ Plump juicy Oranges, 2 Peas, Corn or Beans; Per can Tomatoes; 2 cans for Fancy Ontario "Cheese; regu- lar Per pound Good Cooking Eggs; Per dozeu 15c 25c IQc 3 pounds Tor Back Bacon; Per pound Lard Special; 3 pound pall Lard Special; 5 pound -pall Lard Special; 10 pound pall White Onions ant Pickles, regular 30c; Per (bottle Per 100 pounds 4 1.00 26c 45c MilECl 20c Ladies' White Wash Blouses sale priced at 65c 65c Ladies' White Wash Blouses In a pleasing variety of styles. Come ID high or low collars. and long sleeves, made of English, veutlngs, piques, Inwns and TOllea. tlegular up to 52.50. To Clear....................................... 5 of these Waists to sell at 5 only iliese beautitui Crepe Waists in effect, white organdie collars and vesta, made of dainty polhadot crepes in col- ors pale pink, sky and red, pretty pearl button trimmed Regular price 43.7G..................................9CiO9 Red Cross Aprons, Quality 49c Red Cross Aprons made of fine quality butch- er's linen, large bib, wide.skirt. Regular lioc Children's Fine Dresses Children's Fine Bregees of white lawn, embroidery yokes; 'Mother Hufrbard atj'Jes, neatly Lucked and trimmed with embroidery snd J3.50, sizes to 2 rears V I iWV Baby Bariccts Da-by Baricots of Flannelette, good full size; Sale Price 25c Closing out.these Men's Suits, values to i This is the 'best value in Suits we have oriersQ this sea- son. .Men's Sulta in Imported Tweeds and Worsteds, perfect- tailored, very ainart in an- Men's Winter Caps Final clearance of Men's Heavy Winter Caps; some are with fur ear laps; others with- out. All In the newest tweeds, dark colors, also chtcba Values to .......vwC lo 527.00 for c 1 o nn 9 I Men's Ribbed All Wool Union Suits, Penman's make; splendid fitting, al 33.00 values for 1Q >l3 Boys' Natura.1 Wool Undjer-. wear: Shirta and Drawers; just about fcQ suits to clear OU.L Large sizes, regular 4Q price .........91 Regular price fl.70 AQ Salo Price .........91 Regular pi-lcu Sale Price 95c Turkish Towels Grey und -wiiite striped Turkish Ton'els, good heavy weight, alzc Reg. J2.00 -pair; attle pi'lce Table Napkins 300 of them, all manufacturer'! saruples; ceptionally fine qualities; size 18x18. The Iflft i-rgular price Is >3 dozen; price each I Hnok Towels 10U dozen of these Pure Lloen Uuck Towels, ViUi liemmcd eflds; size 20x40 JncheB; Heffular 60c. pair; sale price per pair... WWW Towelling' Remnants 300 RcmnauU of all food qualitisi, rlearinr, out (hie week end at L'EBt THAN MAN- UFACTURER'S Wines and 'Priced for a Hurry Out Phone 613 FINE OLD NIAGARA Per Gallon...................... H. CO. INVALID .Bottle DREWHY'6 Per Dpitn Quirti Doien Quarta (Botlki Extn) 75c Lethbridge Beer ALBERTA'B Per 2 Doun 'PURE MALT 2 Quart! 2.50 "AUSTRALIA" SINKS AUXILIARY CRUISER Buenos Ayrea, 'Feb. Euunos Ayres newspapers aa- n ounce that a German auxiliary cruiser, formerly of the Woer- niann line, sunk on Janu- 7, off the PfltngonJai) roast. The crew were taken to" Ihe Falkland .Islands. v v v v LIBERAL BY ACCLAMATION .N.B.r Keb. B, Copu, Tjibeval, was elected by acclamation for the Federal constituency of West- moreland, in succession (o the late Hon. H. R. Emmerson, Makinn Local Inspector Mcrgan is now en in hlb anoual Inspection of bridge City scboojs. MACKIE NOMINATED IN EA9T EDMONTON Edmonton, Feb. A. Hackle was nominated by the of East Edmonton to contnat era I election. Mclnoif divided tlic convention frith ceiiful One n dip pent! ble comfort en chill winter afternoons in tbe dtllcloui oup of Salada tea. Alwkyi. ;