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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday.; pebruarV 5,. loi? THE. i-ETHBRIDGiS^OAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN-, CLARKE & CO. ^ THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 - 612 3rd Ave. S III The one original front lacing model, made in a. variety of styles to suit every ty])e of figure. Front lacing corsets arc no longer an experiment. . Every season brings a multitude of converts to this particular style of corset, the most particular of whom adopt Gpss.ards, for they contain features not found in other make$.  ^ . . 18 CALLED OFF * � Thii le&turo on the war to ihe' man had to leave. NOW MADE. IN CANADA AND ONE ... (iOpair.s Child's Bongola Button Shoes .......... All one price, pr. .99 M pairs Child's Donj^ola Button Shoes ., 50 pairs Child's Dongola Blucher Shoes .. 2� pairs Child's Patent Strap Slippers ... 73 pairs Child's Dongola Strap Slippers .......... 36 pairs Child's Patent Cloth Top Shoes .,.... .r... 23 pairs Child's Patent Homan Sandals ...., All one price, pr. 1.29 78 pairs Misses' Tan Colonial Pumps ALL SIZES One Price, pair 1.69 72 pairs Men's Box Kip Blufhers A very strong and serviceable boot at this price. To Clear, pair 2.89 57 pairs Men's Dongola House Slippers Soft, Comfortable. All 6 to 11. sizes. Special Price, 1,59 PAIR G rocery News for Tuesday 500 lbs. Cold Spring Dairy Butter. While it lasts. An Special, per lb. fl^iC SOO doz. Selected Case Eggs. Regular 45c dozen. Special,,per dozen..... OtJC Marmalade-Oranges. CC^* Reg. 60c.'!$peciaf, doz. DOC As tills is the only shipment of Marmalpde Oranges we will have it w.iil pay you to purchase your requirements now. 100 doz Nice Juicy Oranges Regular 30c ^er doz.-20c Special in 5 dozen luts ^ Finest Cane Sugar. A| mm I Special, 20 lb., sack Crlsco. Ideal for shortening and cake making.' A� ^.r*, Per tin 4bc, 75c and ^i*4i> Seal of Quality Flour (|�r JA 98 lb. Sack. Special $d.4U Golden West Washing y| C Powdeh Special, 2 pkgs *tOC mm II II S VERY HIGH The enrolment for the Lethbridgo schools for January is the highest so far in the history of the schools, with a total of 1642 and an average attend ance of 1465.25, percentage 89.24. Tliis enrolment does not include Westmin ster kindergarten which was closed until Feb. 1st. STORK BRINGS MOTHER ' TWENTV-FIRST CHItb Columbw, Jan. ST.-Mrs. Ro�eIla Mitehello, 40, wife of an Italian lu^ borer, has given birth to her twenty^ first child, according to a report made to the .city health authorities. Only six of the children are living. She was married when 16 vears old. LETHBRIOGE LOCAL U.F.A.. lETS , A meeting of East Lethbridge Local of the U. F. A. was held in the Y. M.C.A. triangle room on Saturday afternoon, but it was slimly attended on account of the very cold weather. The meeting was presided over by W. A. Hamilton, who with S. S. Dunham and W. J. 'Lloyd gave reports on the U, F. A. convention in Edmonton. The reports all were unanimous In declaring the convention to be the best that -was ever held by the organiza-t.ion, Mr. Lloyd said that It any of the provincial governments or even the Dominion govorument cduld dispatch its work with as much careful deliberation ialong with as little waste of time,' the-country would be better off. The proposed Farm Credits Bill was discussed and approved. The meet-lag decided to accept the challenge of the Coaldalo Local for a debate to be held shortly at Coaldale. President Hamilton also announced that the U. F.A. extension library has been secured and is now at the Y.M.C.A. and all tJie farmers of the district are at liberty to make use of iU ,;. .> .> :. 4. .;. ? CONFERS WITH BRITISH ? ? FOREIGN SECRETARY ? : Loudon, Feb. 5.-U. S. Am- �> ? bassador Walter H. Page had a ? ? prolonged conference this at- �> ? ternoon with the British for- > ? eign secretary, A. J. Balfour. 4 ? The Spanish ambassador also > > called at the foreign office. > ???>???????????? A Ottawa, Ont., Feb. 5.-The parliamentary estimates- contain an item under the hea-d of miscellaneous expenditures providing a grant of $50,-toward the- establishment of a National news service in Canada. CANADIAN AVIATOR KILLED San Antonio, Te.x., Jan. 30.-David E. McQ.ueen ,aged 24, was killed late yesterday! while making a flight at a school of aviation here. The, dead man is a son of Major G. L .McQueen, in the ,Canadian records office, London, and was training to Join the aviation corps of the Canadian army in France. IN THE HEART OF THE SUBMARINE- WHERE ENTIRE SHIP IS G0NTR6lLED For the following will be received by A. G. Browning, secretary of the Police Commission at the Government Buildings, Edmonton, up to noon of the 10th of F'ebruary, 1917. One hundred 38 calibre Smith and Wesson or Colts double action revolvers, four inch barrel, with swivel attached, bluod, numbered and initialed as reauirod. Twelve hammerless S. and W. 48 calibre revolvers or Colts 38 calibre automatic, blued. One hundred pairs of Peerless Handcuffs. Twenty-five leg Iron (Beans im-.proved) blued with two dozen spare keys. . Eight dozen ten inch billies, to be delivered the. first of March, 1917. . TJie lowest / or any tender not necessarily accepted.' '/� - v . Piipers publishing � this' without au-IhMlty wlij not be . paid. � A. G. BROWNING. ' Secretary of Alberta Provincial Police Comrolsslon, Governmen* Buildings, Bdmonton. 47-o With this mass of levers, wheels and push buttons, the ^e'ers In niand of an undersea boat can start, steer and stop; .irlaeJianABttbin at will as well as direct the alui of the, torpedo>3s; which arethe. subs, weapon. This is the most remarkable picture of the interior ofas'aijii published. , ;