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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta jmiDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1916 THE L E T H B K I O (J K DAILY H K K A t7 PAGE NINR A First Peep at for Spring at Rylands^ Tomorrow For I he |)iisl, wook \vo \v.\\{\ l)ocii, oponiiig- iij) cnso arior onsti oriluv voi'v ne-^'cst'things I'or spi-iiii^-. They ,a),'eitill j-cady for yoiii' inspection 10morrow, New Yard (loods, compvisirig' divsss niateri.'iis, em-broideries, ])riiits, ginghiuiis. arc here Ih'the fiiiest disjjhiy we have ever shown so early in the s(!ason. This dinphiy, together with -the bargains all over the store, should make tomorrow, I5I|;;" Sntui'dsiy at tlie iiitsy 8t(jre. All the New Embroider"es and Laces Now in Stock ,riml. oponoU thiH morning, a cusu of iicat Kroncli VnloncloniiRH Lacua, also wide, lixco flounclngs, iill-ovors, etc., uml tlui flnnsl lot of enibrolderlcH wo liiivc ovor shown-Nainsook KdglnKK, Corsnt Covor and Flounclngs of ovory dcHcriptlon. Sen them first, tomorrow. phone 1224 SA rURDAY BARGAINS print aprons-Ileal hairline stripe print 10 do/. tomorrow only ...... CCJv UNDERSKIRTS In blnclt and colors, new In tlii.s 7Kfi week, your choice ...  .v.o,- ncnt. iwltcrns on a flue [T-, cambric, your choice... wv BATH TOWELS, "vtrii large heavy double warp Turkish ........:20c ROMPEBS, 2 to G your .mI/.cs strong plain clianibray IS(}t' Aid acknowlcdRPS with than s contributions for the month of .lanuarv, from the fu..u ) FEET. Sounds'peculiar, does it not? Bu, quite correct, A military expert sayu: " Much ot the succosa of the Caaadlu; Army depends upon its foot!"' Napo leou said: "V/ara are won by march iag." ImagliiQ an urmy v.lth blls tered, soro, froatbllLon feet! Wlui; good woiiUl It bo'.' Zam Buk applied to soro toot act:' like maglu. It soolliua eurcneiia, cure: bli:?!era, frost-bite, and clillbiulns; iiud If uniid vogular'.y Uoopa the fei^t lii llrat-claES condition. For chapped hands, cold oracUa, and sores duo l'-chafing, blistering from troncU-dlfr Slug, ' c, Zam-Buk is' fine! At th front everybody pralso.t Zani;awkJ*, Ont Boldtci�i;\yrltfiS: f'.;;\Pj^it% r^tlod|yrom who 'iisod %n-BuU'WhWtei^ft fell out,'' \ Bo' Bure'lto. hj^iliide Zam-J3pk in A'our next parcolSto " tbo tront.'ig,^' Col. Sherwood says there is abso-liitsly no e:round for rumor.s that it was of incendiary origin, "It started right under the nosic of a police olhcor," ho said. ''The. report of the warning having been re ci\ed from Proiidence two weeks ago is limcially denied." The central part of the main building including the chambers ot both commons and senate'were destroyed, but the front and end wall are apparently in good shape, tliough ex-, ports will have to d.Uirmine the structural damage to both the east and west ends of the buildings wore but little damaged wit'i the exception ot the root and top (loors. The towers were coiupletoly ruined, the superstructure tailing with a cresh through the masonry which still Btands. Not much credence is given here to the story In the Providence Journal that the destruction of the parliament building is duo to the enemy. ' Onic ials of the department of justice and Commissioner Sherwood of the Dominion police, deny that any warning had been given that the onomy bad designs on the bulldlnga. Although at llrst the opinion goueroUy 'prevailed that there had been an explosion In the building, it is now believed that the notso which was thought to bo an explosion was caused by falling walls. Makitig Enquiry Col. Percy Sherwood, commiBSIoner ot Dominion police. Is conducting a personal Inquiry into' the chusq of the lire. Ho is securing a report from ail ofllcinls reaponBlbie for the saiety of the parliament buildings, na well as I'rom those on the spot when the lire broke out, ' It la probable that a more swopping Incjulry will be instituted Inter. . Many Books Burn While conditions have permitted only a hurried survo," of, the damage to books in the library, the Indications are that 15,000 voliunoa, inolud In"- an immense and InvaUinblo col-loctiou oC eccleBlaatleal literature, have been doairbyedi , It has thus far been determined that eome, hum dreda of volumes ot , the Edinburgh Review, Quarterly Review, and other valuable periodicals, dating bagk as far (18 1807, have liqen lost,, aa , well iiB files of liundroda ot newspap'ors whlcji can never Ijo replaced.,' Rellccs (Sono , � A largo colleolloii''of beautiful polyglot Hlblos,-sorao^ of them priiitod ift SAD DEATH xVT ALBION KIDGE Albion llidgc, Feb. 2.-The sympathy of the ctitirc community is felt tor Mr. and Mrs. Le Barre in their sad bercaiement of their infant daughter and only child. The circumstances attending the death are unusually sad, the bright little lite be-' ing nipped in the bud owing to the impossibility of securing raed'cal attendance in time, the anxious lather having tailed to secure medical help from Lethbridge by use ot phone, until Pto. Oscar I^e Barre ot the Kil-: ties, brother ot the bereaved tather,' secured leave of absence and secured th^ services ot Dr. Thompson. | Mrs. Le Harrc is a sister of little Jack Gwillim, the seven-vear-old son of J. T. Gwilliiri', who later succumb-i ed to the same diseise, difhth.ria. | This makes the third death in the famil" the eldest grandchild; Hazel Irene Welsh, daughtrr ot Mr. and Mrs. ! Crwilllm's eldest daughter, having died from pneumonia following lagrippo at Now Year's time. bxte.id Mall Route There is pronosit'On to extend the present mail route from Noblefcrd to Albion Kirige, to Barrhill, a further dist'nco ot ten miles. The present mail carrier has recci" cd � communication from Ottawa re. the eroposed change. I I Mrs. Geo. Hunt of Calgary, who has been vis t'.ng the home of her father, Mr. J. T. Gwillim, returned to Calgary. i Pte, Oscar Le Hari'o, who has ' 03u visiting his brot' r Hubert Le Brrre, r turned to Lotlihridgc on Monday to ro,ioin his regiment. Local u, f. a. jrr. Quinsey of Nobleford, who is wi'll known in U.F.A. circles, is en-dea.oring to awaken an intvr st in forminsi; it local tinion, or rather in reviving an int rest in the one which' we had all but torgott'n e^cisted, Howe or, the t'emcndo's crops have demrn'ed the undiJded attention o� the f"'r er un to the prcsnnt, hit ow-I ing t) the enforced inactivity caused 1 bv car shortage (yid lull elevators, i the farmers have ample time to consider the claims and benoflts ot a live union. It is to be hoped Mr. Qu^n-sey's oltorts will meet with the success they deserve, And why can't the women organl'/.o ? 'IMiere is sullicient. mclsturc in' tho present depth ot snow to ensure 'a good start for next season's crop. , Duke of Cumberland Now fighting against the Allies, whose British title the public of England wish to have done away with. A Big Step Toward Health is right eating. To keep body and brain at their best, Nature demands certain nourishing elements which are abundantly sup-piled In the field grains. These vital salts, often lacking In the dally dietary of many, are retained in Grape-Nuts -r-A FOOD r Made of whole wheat and malted barlsy; Qrapc-Nuta sup;:lics all the rich nourishment of the grains, and with cream or good milk Is a splendidly balanced food. **There'8 a Reason" FOR Grape Nuts MADE IN CANADA. ,1 SOLD BY GROCBBS Canadlaii Postum Cet>eal Cp. :... ^td., WIridsoi'i. Ont.' ... ! SATURDAY EVERY ITEM IS A ROUSING BARGAIN ____OFFERING GREAT SAVINGS____ Early SIio\vlni� ol" New Sprinj*' Suits Advance Spring Styles in Ladies' Suits. You will find them In the very newest creations in handsome colors of navy, black, and Russian greens, In serges, poplins and Gaberdines and the modest prices are from, $18.00 to .$25.00 OUR SPECIAL CORSETS-Medium bust, finest coutil, long skirt, six hoan supporters; Price per pair ....... LADIES' NEW SPRING SKIRTS--A few very dainty and exclu.slve Sklrt.s are .just to hand, in colors of black, navy, and black and while checkH. Price only from, $5.00 to $().00 $1.79 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY REMNANT DAYS. In Embroideries, I.,aces, Ribbons, Trlmmingi?, Braids and Buttons, marked at a fraction of their original prices-must bo cleared to mako room for new spring stock. Every remnant a bargain. NEW WAISTS in plain and Basket weavn Voiles and Muslins. Ije.autifully trimmed with late and Swlijs Embroidery, full range of sizes. Priced from $2.75 to $5.00 12/4 FLANNELETTE BLANKETS-Grey only Friday and Saturday, very special (p CQ bargain, per pair .................. .�P I .Ow KNITTING YARNS-30O lbs. White, Grey or black knitting yarns :', ply, on sale Friday and Saturday, per lb.............. 35 YARDS COLORED MARABOUT LINING- Must be cleared at once. Rosular price r>Oc; Friday and Saturday per yd. 95c 15c Home Furnishings Specially Priced WESTINGHOUSE MAZDA LAMPS Knsnrea a good light at all times. Sizes 15, 20, *�n|�, 30 watts, price....................... wUu 40 Watt, price ........,................. 35c. 60 watt, price ........................... 45c. 3 ONLY BRUSSELS RUGS In green and fawn shades, neat patterns. Size 9x12 C I C| '7 E feet; regular $20.00 for ......... ^ I D. I O BUNGALOW NETS, Curtain Scrims, Colored Bordered Voiles, all tor dainty window curtains. aG and 45 inches wide. Regular to 45c; ORn for per yard ........................ bWv Boots and Shoes at Great Savings MEN'S "K" BOOTS in black and tan, box calf all sizes. Regular $0.50 per pair yg 30* PAIRS MEN'S TAN BOOTS in blucher and button styles, very dressy and neat. fli Ucgulair $('..50 for per pair ......... iPO* f O 30 PAIRS LADIES' BOOTS in black and tan. bliicher styles, strong wearing shoe, (fiJO '^JC Size 2% to C, Regular $4 for..... 12 PAIRS YOUTH'S BOOTS In black and tan  blucher styles. Size 8 to lOVi ^ >| AC Regular $2.50 for ............... 9 1.49 30 PAIRS MEN'S PATENT BLUCHER BOOTS strong and durable. Sizes (1 to "J CO 7R Regular $5.00 for .................. ^Cm I Specials for Men and Boys MEN'S HEATHER MIXTURE WOOL SOCKS- Now is your tiine to buy while they last '| Q n per pair............................. I SC MEN'S FINE QUALITY WOOL PYJAMAS- In good dark colors, nicely trimmed value $2.50 for................. $1.99 MEN'S HEAVY WOOL FLEECED LINED UNDERWEAR, shirts and drawers, double breasted and double seated, value flj * . "JQ $2.00 /or per suit ................. $lal�3l BOYS' FLANNELETTE NIGHT SHIRTS - made from fine quality flannelette, size 12 to 14; value $1.00 for.......... S3c Wallpapers! Wallpapers! Our Now Spring stock ot Wall Papers Is just to hand and has a pleasing selection ot very dainty and serviceable coloring and effects. FOR SATURDAY WE QUOTE THE PRICES OF Sc, 10c, 15c, up to 70c per roll An Early Visit to this Department will ensure a good selection Special Saturday :: Turkey Dinner:: Will be Served from 5,30 to 7 p.m. Price - - - - - 35c Special Grocery List for Saturday FLOUR-H. B. Go's "Seal of Quality" guaranteed No. one Hard Wheat: 49 lb sack........... $1.80 08 lb sack ........... $3.55 Germade, 10 lb sack ..... 39c. ROLLED OATS- S lb sack .............., 33c. 30 lb sack,............. 75c 40 lb. sack........... $1.39 Flour, 10 lb sack......... 40c Peas, Beans and Corn, finest Ontario pack, "3 cans ....35c Jam, Strawberry and Apple, and Raapben'y and Apple, Extra quality, 4 lb. pall 45c, Tomatoes, Extra fancy, 3 cans for.....................40c Salmon, finest B. C, Red, per tin....................> 19c Sardines, finest Norwegian. Regular 15c, special throe for ........, .......,',,. 35o Sardines and Tomato, plain or with mustard, special 6 tins for................... 25c. Herrings and Tomato, special per tin ............... 15o. Cocoa, Pry's, Lownoy's or Baker's, special Vg lb tins 28c Coffee, H. B. Go's Noted Blend per lb. 35c, 40c, 45c, and 50o Jelly Powders, special four packets................ 29c Pancake Flour, Aunt Jemima's per packet............20c. Lemon, Orange or Banana Butter, 1 lb. Jars ...... 33c, Bird Seed, Spratt's English, per packet ... ....... 15c. Lavd, 3 lbs ............... 55c. 5Ibs, 95o; 10 lbs ..... $1.85 Butter, Brooktield Creamery, 2 lbs................. 76c. Equal Egg, equals 6 do'^en eggs reg. BOc; special per tin 35c Soup Squares, O.xo Co'a, six for ..............,..... 25c. 0x0 Cubes, per tin 10c and 2Sc. Lemons, large Juicy, per dozen .........'...... ;.....30c. Oranges, special prices per doKeu 23c, 33c and .... 45c. Onions .special, 10 lbs .... 25c. Ginger Snaps, McVitle and Prices, per lb.......... 25o Lemon Biscuits, week-end special per lb................ 20o Pickles, Red Cross mixed, per quart sealer ........ 35c Evaporated Milk, per tin ...10c Peaches, Pears, Greengages, and Cherries, reg. 20c per tin; special 2 tins .... 35c. Rice, good sound special, G lbs................... 25o Cocoanut, finest, per lb, ,,.22o Macaroni, special 3 lbs ...27c. BORDEN SAYS THERE WILL BE! NO MINISTER OF MUNITl'ONS Otta'wa, Feb. 3,-The business ot the alt:nioon sitting ot the house included the election of a �cw deputy sneaker, the choice' falling on E, N. Rhodes, jnember for Cumberland, who was tho last man to,leave tho chamber when the fire broke out in tho evening. - Premier Borden, in proposing Mr. Rhodes for tho post, said that he had qiwJitios wliich eminently litted him tor thp task' of presiding over thai. comraittc,B. �' Sir Wii.rid heartily aprced and ex-in-'ssed his pleasure in seconding ,the motion-,; Premier Borden in rfply to a a"e5'" tion said'that it �\vas not the intention of the government to -name .a-minister.of muhitionsi :, FReiGHTEfiv! fvpUNDERs",. -London,"'B'dh,. B.'^RoporU qf ., tho Binkine-tn ihia-AtlanUc of tito BritlHlj' trolghtoi' Chase.'Hill'd'rom New Yovlc, January .13. for Havre, Avlth a' cargo of supplies tor the French govern-ment, were confirmed today. The Chaee Hill-foundered Januarv'^a, Hey ovew was rescued by the Sparifah ship Mar Adrlatlco, whloh arrived-at Qlb-raltar February 1, "�..I'.'f ' � Death of J08e|)h:8nriythj-Jj/', ' , .a'ho'doath/oocun-e^ Ui|3 j ;