Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE snc THE L E T 11 fl R I D G E DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, FEJIRUARY B, 1915 FEBRUARY FURNITURE SALE On Saturday We will Offer a A'lIU ritKXC'H OltSKKVATlON LADDIE} Solid Oak Dining Room Suite In the Fumed Oak Finish CONSISTING OF One Buffet One Pedestal Extension Table One Arm Chair, Leather Padded Seat Five Small Chairs, Leather Padded Seat Tliis observation ladder, protected by a steel shield, is used witii the famous 72 millimetre ymi batteries. PAPER FUR j. mm This is only one of our Bargains. The Store is full of them BAWDEN BROS. Greatest Home Furnishers" 709 3rd Avc. South. Lethbridge. Alberta. SOUTHERN DOCTOR MOB VICTIM Augusta. Ga., Feb. A. B. Culberson, p practising physician of Evans, Ga., was shot deed loday'by a ;jcsse of 'citizens which bad oeen searching for him since last night, ac- cording to reports received here. Cul- berson was charged n'ith-assaulting a voung married woman. The rates on coasters have been raised fuora five to 20 shillings per cent, as a result 01 the German submarine raid. The Headquarters for Choice, Juicy, Tender MEATS Everything on the market For tomorrow we have some very Choice Dry Picked Poultry Of All Kinds Specials GOV'T. INSPECTED LEAF PER POUND POT ROAST 1 0C AND j 2 8AUSAGEV2 POUNDS FOR 25c LEG OF PORK, PER POUND 1 LOIN OF PORK, PER POUND SHOULDER OF PORK, POUND RAINY RIVER COUPLE ARRESTED FOR MURDER Jtainy Hirer, Oat.. Feb. Seguln and hia Josephine Seguin, arrested today hy an Oniario po- Mce officer, J. D. charged ivith the murder of Joseph Forget by put- ling strychnine poison in his food. }Ir. Forget had been living on his home- stead some miles.east of ilie town of Rainy River, in the township of Blue, and Mr and Mrs. Seguin keep- ing house for him and helping him oh the homestead Vancoir.pr, B. C., Feb. Uic Amsterdam, via Co- Ic-gislature this aiternooii Attorney lognc Gazelle, a copy oi which has Bowser, speaking on ihe Dominion hccn received hete, contains a long Trust failure, sail! thai tt.c govern- nttack on the American government's men i hud di'cjricd to employ M. K- neutrality. The article criticizes ser- Davis, K.C" oi Vancouver, us atim the points in Secretary oi Sia'.e counsel for ilic- depositors, and he be- llryau's lel-ier to Stnalor Stone, hovfil thai i he latter con lei ho reiu- chairman of the senate committee on staicd in their positions amons; the foreign relations, repudiating; charges general crpdilors oi coaiuauy. that the United States has shown .Many of ihc depositors urc now to thn .Allies tler- uut funds, and in order 10 assist thoir many and Austria, and announcing position The government., ii nectssary, ths American government's stand said Mr. Uow.Mir, would ihc cas.i regard to the exportation oi war inu- lo llic Privy council In a nilions. court recently Chief Justice Hunter j Thp article says: said it appeared to him that the rte- JJ3fr. iiryan .'Jiailc liimsoll tfic positous came under Pi'lvv coun-! mouthpiece of the brutal Biibish oil's decision in the Birbeck case, anj sfanclpoint, wliich is based on force. rank only with the sharehold- PIS, which means thrj ger nothin; TO KEIMUCRSK'THEM are certain that German-Ameri- those ivlio share their views ._ _ shortly will iuinish the right reply The attorney-general decs not, Mr- Bryan's epistle. We now with 1-h is view and proposes to fight what we must expect from Mr, Bry- it in the court. Bonds aggregating a iln's management o.' foreign aflfiii'S. oi a million dollars ware post- "American neutrality, is only a Ihin cd by tlic Dominion Trust only a few behind which is concenled nionths ago, and when i-he- failure ness to do LOnglanil a turn. it wus said that the bonding Knowing this we will he guided by companies would on certain grounds our knowledge. H America respects riMcmpr lo escape payment. The gov- only brute force then we shall sivc ornment has decided to take, chances iull play to brute force." on Ihis, .Mr, LJowser announced, andj would in a few days bring .down anl the am-omit out ol v applicaliun general revenue and apportion it ior immediate distribution for the GOVERNMENT WITHHOLDS depofiitors and others, under the provisions oi the British trust act-. ___ The Russian sOTcrnmcnt has RECRUITING FIGURES London, Feb. Donalii McMaster's request ycaterdaj' in the .House of Commcus For in the future to ireat the bombard- j .j. tlle to show how re- ment oi towns as an act 01 Piracy, crulting 'was progressing wns _________________ met with the statement from j-I- the government, that it -would Members of Lhe Mennonite church at be detrimental to the interests Hague and vicinity, near of the counry to furnish them, donated to he forwarded to aid in the v.ork oi relieving the Belgians. A WE GIVE YOU THE CUT YOU 'WANT Delanys Limited Phone 452 1388 and employ none but experi-1 enced men in the cutting and handling of our meats, hence our reputation for giving better service than any other market in the city Quality And Prices See Our Window Display are selling Northern Lake Whitefish at, per lb. 8c BURNS CO. Some of jhe New Spring Saty Ttiep'c a treat" In .store tomorrow for lovers of Fine EmtfrolderlMr Nnlrtaooks, Uriens-and other materials for your Spring; Sowing. TKarl'we have New Prlnta, GlnghahnB arid of' the' daintiest Printed Voiles, Tissues, Chiffon, Sparkle Silk and oilier American Dress Materials ever shown In this city, which we will be pleiied to snow you' tomorrow. Largestjtock of Embroidery JntheGty of women tell us that we carry not only Iho largest. Tjut- iliL1-I'inetil stock or Embroideries in the We leave this to Judgment. -MI EMBROIDERY EDGING; ncul patterns and guort edges in CHID- 1 hrlc or muslin, special tor j luiuorrun'i a yard EMBflOJDERY EDGING; viilues up lo 15c, on sale for inonvDvv only CORSET EMBROIDERY; cial lot on snle tomor- ron-, tliey last, yd. 5c Sc ALLOVER in cxLrn large slnek. now ready; special values us low as Per Yard Of C BABY FLOUNCING; neat ode- ing: for dresses, different jjrJtied froui NAINSOOK EMBROIDERY BgPt MI a tori u Is 11 nd splendid edges; something dUTnrGiit, At lOc, 15c aiirl 18c New Nainsooks and Fine Lawns Anolliui: lino hi which excel, us tliese are imported direct from the Old Country ENGLISH NAINSOOK, 41 IOF. NAINSOOK LAWN; no tlMSH- wide (note very son ing, a. clolli for underwear, and fine threads; ljrlcc I3c, or Special at............ ii yards for NAINSOOK LINEN, a Uew clolli LISLE MULL; similar to white Very [inn, fine threads, organdie on soft finish, 4 vard wide, special at... very special at......... LINON; white only, for under- WHITE ORGANDIE; yard vrtde, skirts, licavy weighi. wi" lie inches wide........ dreseeB, etc., special at "ffUG Cottons and Linens-Just Arrived NIGHT GOWN COTTON, heavy ENGLISH SHEETING; full 12 twill cotton, ior men's night inches wide, plain. Cull bleached, 1O ft on sa'e tomorrow'I Very special.n yard .lOw For Yard ENGLISH ftill LINEN PILLOW TUBIVQ; 45 yard wide, either fine or Hen IT inches wide, juat new; In; clotli; special 4 Jar: special value 7 yards for........9 I .UU Per Yard _____-. 7.5o GingKam Bargain Another Special 1200 yards extra cmallly fast col- PoLter's Best Printed Percales: Cnrtn's English Prints, Seeaueto- or Ginglmms, 50 different CI..S wortll ln terns for you' to select 4 4 All at one price; I Iw from a yard Tomorrow Your Choice of 150 House Dresses, Worth up to out-of the casesr 150 Smart Gingham House Dresses, well made, perfect fitting; sizes from 34 to your choice of the entire lot from 51-50 to at New Patterns Were Opened This Morning The' New Spring pRt-terns, and the Big Style New Em- broidery Book, will all lie ready for you in the morning. You will be agreeably surprised with the New Styles, which are entirely different from last season. f January-February Style Books, with coupon good for any 4 Pattern; on sale, each...........................----.... IOC RYLANDS CO. The Busy Store NEW YE Alt Lnndoii'Sketch.