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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta jm'>A'if:.r' ivy 3E TEN Economical Housewife Oranges. Seville Marma- Cjrt lade, per dozen ....... OUC Bpnanas, AKn Per dozen ...........' ^�5C Oranges. Cayfornia Sunkist. Swest and juicy. Per CA dozen 25c, 35c, "tOc and DvC Head Lettuce, large size. 9C;_ Two for............ L3C Hot House Lettuce. Per lb............. Rhubarb. Fancy Hot House. Per lb..... Lemon*. Large size Per doien ....... Grape Fruit. Large Flor Ida. Two for .... Cauliflower. Eacli 25c and ......... Ripe Tomatoea. , Per pound....... Ai>pples. No. 1 Wrapped Rome VBeauty, Wagner, Arkansas iVack, Wlnesaps, Yellow Newton. *o oi" PeV box ......... 9�>*00 35c 20c 30c 25c 30c 35c Jam: Pour lb. pail*. Climax Brawd. A*�erted (-A flavors- On sale, ea. StreetS. THE. iES AT FRONT (From Our Own Correspondent) N'obleford, Feb. 7.-H. B JIcDowell wlio -went troxn hero with llie late IJoth^ battalion is, in hopital Jn France for the third time since going over, ncconltiis to letters received! from his mother, Mrs. Jas. McDowell Athur's return has heen cancelled and he expects to be ratnlned for-duty i;i B:ngiand. Mrs. JIcDowell has almost entirely recovered her normal strenath and is looking forward to rcdirning to Albertn nsain hi the near future. The Ladies' Aid met this weolc at Gr.indvicw farm after a rest during the coldest weeks of the season. The society is looking forward to some active work. � The intention of the congrecntion is to build a church here tins'siimnTer and the Ladies' Aid is nobly, doing its bit, -Mr. and -Mrs. Gtiy Saunderspn_ re Wr.ne the pipes leading to.flie floors; aji electric fan in the basement being .'used for this purpose. It will be possible to ventilate the rooms without OBening windows, a very important matter in the cold weather. Mr. Beatty, the .contractor, is very, .pleased with the job and expects to'lVe finisheH shortly. The cold snap that prevailed last week has given place to some very fine weather. Fortunately the coal lasted out and local resideats are breathing more freely again. Farmers are taking advantage of the milder IN SUITS, COATS S!^rRT[^,uDRiSSE3 ^ . .A ijfo'st attractive' stocjt now- on display: �featuring most unusual values iix garments of superior style and beComlugnosi. NEW BILLY BURKE DRESSES Serfles and Sitks. Various .$13,50 to ;.............. New tweed and Covert $13.50 to............... Newest Veiour Coats ,.... to .....I.........:.----- . Newe*t Suits In straight line and pleated effects. $25.00 to $42.50 HANDSOME SKIRTS Serges, Tweeds, Silks, etc., $6.50 to , . ............... $17.50 New>Crepe and Georgette Wajyta $5.00 to................... $9.00 -New Voile and Jap Silk Waists. $2.00 to ................. $4.50 stylss. . $25.00 Gbats. . $30.00 . $20.00 $23.00 ' Spririti MterdianM Your every-day Needs are best Supplied at this Store Best Print and^ Ginghams, fast colors 20c Heavy Crepe, all colors, 30 Inches. 30o Fine Voiles, ros�, blue, WiauVe, tan. 45e ,.Romper Cloth, 32 Ins., fast colors. ..35c Table Damask, half bleached; 64 in. 65c Heavy Whitfe Cotton, 36.'in., Special 15c Finest-Embroidery Cotton, 42 in.- 25a Special Flannelette Values, 15c, 18e,.20c and ......I....____.....-..ij,!.. i. .'.25c Linen ;Firir*ti .Sheeting, SA, 9-4: and 10-4, ' various'i^gra^des at, yard . .V 45c to 80c Lovely}New Lot of 'Ji (^jri ?repfetcl|?Ghene - $ 1�DU 4^11^me''liew^^s^ incluijtotl ' sii�li as � Spp^ l^W, ;oldr i'osb) flesh, sk.YsS alidG; ; Belgian h]iie, plumy burgundy,. navyj firown, black, maize; andi ivory. A "betuttiul rich cloth now worth a'third more (but selling ^^t the old price on account of a Ver.'' Corset Embroidery Barflaln Lot at ^3c ; . Silk Boot Hose, black and all colors. 75c.' Fine Silk Lisle Hose, black aHd white 50c Children's. Hose. Ail grades. 30c to 75c French Fashion Gowns ...$1.50 to $3.00 French Fashion Petticoats , $1.75 to $3.00 , House Dresses. All regular and extrn -large sizes up to 49 at $1.65 to $2,S0.>. All-oyer. Aprons ... 76c, $1.00 and $1^25 mi Waists vr ; $1.4o , This is, a speciWi clearing I6r| of .silk and net waists :W.6rtll up. to #8.00j, together with;.(ui specially piirchfised- lot of  voile AVaists -ifr newest style thalf* would ordjfiar'-*'^. ily sell at;^2^00 to $2M Allijpl chided ill one big lot i'dr a' roTl?^ ing sale tomorrow. Most Complete Stock of Corsets Qossard front lacing in ^.every wanted model and back lacing cop .sets fJjr those -who. prefer them. For slight, medium and stout flg-ufOH. Complete'range of sizes. 111 to 36. * ' �, '  ,- GosHai'd Front Laciuji^-, _Cor8et|' '. Slight,' medium - and^ stout figure models: � , Prices: $2.60, $3.50, $3.75, $4.50, i; $5.50, $6.50 and $8.00. ' ' . o o , 0 . � n. & A. and La DiMik ' - .'Corsets.' ., special Saturday Lot at $1.00 Other Models M $1.60, $2.00, $3,00 and up to, $6;50. Special Heavy Figure Models at $3.50 to $6.50. ' . ' Mrs. W."E. Williamson and family; who :haye. been  staypg at .;the manfe^, returned to Letlibridge on Thursdaiy. � C. S. Noble'started!from.Califorrtlaf this week on his return journey. He has purchased, a.fShSi big PrankKa dar and is driving" it home by way .of Vancouver. ' , .^The last effort of the season in aid of-Belgian Relief took p'lacjJB last evening-, when r laateru lecture Klven on "Qpe g'hgusfcnd Milesf^p the NlleJ" ^iSorae eighty |ve^ fine slides werfe shown picLuriig imany. of the ancient temples, (SniDS, An& sculpture of the Egyptians. The colored slides proved very iuterestiii'g. l)uring the evening,the !f/cal choir rendered two patriotic selection^^^'^Keep the? Home I Fires "Burning," and i ^The- Empire's! Call," these, being''mjich apprecl^ed Not, the least interesting part of U)e program was a ''chorus\,that followed a slide drawn by Bj,Swailes, a lopkl artist of no mean ;al$llity. There a good 'attfehdance Hithe Te'dure.^Ti;-' -. V. Eberley spent the,week;ond at Okoioks. , . - . tANOS SELL FOR Gothenburg, Sweden, Feb. 8.-The Scandinavian seamen's conference today adopted a resolution of protest against the German blockade. The protest declares the new sub- marine warfare increases the danger of all seamen engaged in their lawful occupations and the conference "in the name of all Scandinavian seamen, in the name of all those who have !o.st their dear ones or their supporters through piratical actions, cannot do otherwise than protest indignantly against seamen who have nothing to do with the war. being murdered in cold blood while engaged in the faithful performance of their arduous labors." THE BULLDOGS ARE COIVIING. CONSULTS BpNOHOLDERS �' Ottawa, Feb. S.--it'noon to^ay^ii" are taking acivftniage ol luc lii"^^-'i Thomas "White had a conference wit^ temperature to get things in shape committee representing the bon.tl-_____.-__Snms i?rain is be-1 r,ni,im.o' Ascinr-infion'of Canada-whom for spring work. .Som.e .grain is be ing hauled and imiilements are being looked over. - Tlic past two crops have given our farmers much greater confidence and with practically no exceptions they are looking forward to another good year. When a man has faith iii the country he is going to make good, and Southern Alberta has certainly proved worthy of such faith. The gervices next Sunday will be conducted by the pastor. Subjects will he, inorning,'"The Real Security," evening, "A Noble Li!;e." A full invitation is extended to strangers as well a^ local residents to attend. (From Our Oyri CprreSQOhdent) Clareaiiolm, Feb..^,-A'*'**'*^^^'^'*'"* of T,a,vir land lying,onfej,jnlle- north of' town was sold last week, bringing $60 5nU i 'Jj'ha' Empire's | an'acre. . ., . j, ,. - ......^"'h. Alter-having one soUd'week of Ed-* monton.weather,,,we are being treated to Bomo real Southern Alberta* weather..: ,. ., �;, �, ,; JVIrs..Elgin Sr.is repprted to'be very low with pneumonia;";, , : -rV;' � Mr. and Mrs. T, C; IVJlInes arrived home yesterday after spending .six weeks In - California. .Thomas, still Is of the opinion that he- would much rather take his chances on wheat amd Foiled Angus cattle than on ostrich feathers and Oranges. . The Claresholm hockey team visited Carmangay yesterday and defeated the team of that place by a score of 11 to 0. . .. '  Dr. -Brewster, the old time veterl- death of Mrs. Nick ,1'aitinger at Athe nil, Oregon, ^jharershe had been visiting for tlie last'Slk'weeksi This is a very sad event o*fiig.to tlie tact that Mrs.-Taltiilger left her family hfere only a ^hoj^^Uiue ago to pa^ a visit to her. old' home, IP being,her flrst visit hojnejror.som'e;-years; 'vHer husband wfent'to;' Athena , to at'cdittpany bdT hdme'aiid about ito tiiie he got theye I Mrs. tiitiiigSer ^s'-'^^'^bketf'^ sieit ^iili 'pneunionfiij add dfed"'oi> Sunday (last. Mu(ih'sympathy Is felt for the beneav-od family. � " � .t, ; A nun^ber of gophers were noticed along.the road north of town the o^her day, '' , ' , graphical positiog. .."If-they joined tlie 'allies," this newspaper, Continues, ''that fact.w^uld operate �merely  to ex^e^d,' the'irt'orit, entailing additional l-eapotislbliityVf^^ I'ho allied. Ali-eady the .allies , tiave .^ufficiorit'vtrodpB and the "armies-.j.ot' .th'c present,neutrals \youl(I-be oniy'u, litir'den "on 'acfcopnt f tlie necii'isltj of pr&viding thorn with munitlbifs-Md ; biovislons.' � ^ .  ' > -trie Gazette kJjtes ^lij^q �: prdbjibii^ji;. that t^ri 4vent of hoStillUffs 1toil4iS(l �Denmark would bo occikpied-'^h'y and J iPES THE liolders' Association of Canada whom !ie '� asked to come to 'Ottawa to c9nt fer with him in regard to the financial oiitlook as it �iffects">Canada and the{ I'lJnited States, if is not.the. intention of the minister to ttoat'a tiew. loansat once, but he was dasifous of consnlf-ing vvith experts as=to the future; of the financial pros^CjC^ts; The hottest place in the world.ills the interior of the Great Sahara Desert, Africa, where the thermometer rises to 12:; degrees-; . � . THE BULLDOGS f. ARE COIVIING nary surgeon, has returned trom On--tario where he resided for the last two years. The doctor could not fall into the ways of the Ontario people. W. R. Lindsay returned from Ontario and the eastern provinces where he lias been visiting for the last month. � ". William Moffatt, .M.L.A. for Clares-holm, left for Edmonton on Monday to attend the session 'of the Ipgisla-turo -svihicli opened on Feb; 6th. ^Wcftd lias been received.here of tbel GO 10 WAR I'etrograd, via; Ijondori, Feb. S.-- Pertogrod newspapers fear that the welfare of .thi entente allies might bo menaced- seriously ^if sinoll- neutrals adopt- President Wilson's suggestion nndvmllQWi.tli^ example of the United States.. Tliey" recbm'fiTendV prudence "in view of tile prSy'l^onS Instances of the iietion of weSE'nations, which may be overrun eaSJily iy-^iGennany before corablaed resi'stahce' Ik' possible ' " � Germany, to the greit" strateSrfi'^d-vantage.of the^Germai^, and adds:- " ' ' "'Allied diplomacy should notify: aeii-trsfls that they-enter the.'bonlllc't'^at their owp risk.'  , The Rech approves the attitude of the prlncfnnl"SDuih' American 'nalionn which, it saysi eliminates the jiossi-blllty that the Germans might establish a submarine base on those shorefa: " The 'total amoiunt of subBCriptiou-H Iji the campaign i-ecentix made in , Cobonrg for the 'MlllUiT Service Ale' partment of the iYbuug^M^ii'S) dvrjiav ' t;ian .association of' Canada .ivas 005.00. : , : . "... ' � � THE QUININE THAT'DOES.'kOT . AFFECT HEAD. VfeK Because of its. touip 'i and laxative -effect,;Laxative Bromo.Quinine oin l^e taken by anyone without causing lierf ; vousnesH nor ringing In the' he^d; There Js only one "Bromo Qulninie^'^ E. W. Grove's signature i's on )>o>c.:25c. orseTt-Rreservation among � smaller neutral^' 'Their polio, it .conlemis,; should.be^ determined by their geo- YQUCAN DO BITTER- ^/HENNESEYAVi'fLSGH DRY coons. MLN'J A f t � n o a T s a, s n u t � NORTH LETHBRIDCE-CARS TO THE QOOR PURE FO -: We Have a Carload ol; : Ik All Cleaned from tlie=North#i Lajjes TheieWaibeSoM Friday and Saturjsiy at 4 New Laid Eggs Straight from tlie Ranch, per dozen No reason why you should pay 20c lb. for Fish on Friday when*you can 'buy cleaned White Fish at 11c lb. CO. NOW IS THE TIME TO ECONOMISE Fresh Made Farmers Dairy Butter^ every Ibl guaranteed, 2^for �M Dominion Market q^?.itu^4ve. ami 54. MainI^krket Ave^^^Pho^^H^^^ - ^ u ,,'r ----"-V 7965 435419 ;