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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta KRII^AYj FEBRqARY 9, 1017 THE LETHP.BIDGE O VILY HERALD PAGE NINE � I 1 that rohfi cling,. Btrutuerit ' reflecting telescopo Jf. the'most brilliant l^bout Btara aro made, (tfonif however. ;U not so B^lcrptood as tbet of tka ^I^oiie, tbe torai of in- .......... Ill(^' is BO'Oftott'(flSD in ^nb'i- |i�rJrti"-or the streets of. our '*LtUjU*�Ufb which the pwlnerr bVi.iiat) eet � peep at the moon (or the tTiitng^mxtfj^ratJfve. or ten cvnts. , 1!ht,il��|.:at,lpe upper en4 of e. rc-fraott))^ tilil1iep|Se la called the object Msft � 11'fflu 1 leita�the mya of light �j�(r,bri�|"^ th^:^ together �t a focna tfli%mi�p,|n4|gei which-t� viewed mriliir,^ -j'teflnjfylBg ej-eplane, The J(iTKail,^rBf|�otljig telescope Is the '^�n-^tMt(^'�erke� Instrunjotit. Ifr lit^':air jabj�cfctas> forty iiiRbee In' �!l|i�m�|�r.'- ^ > .: " :y|*HHUt:*lK�f�st reflecting tol.eacppe bqjpngs to Canadt Tills ,,lmnibeen erepted at Victoria;' B.C.,  W�Jc$^f('pply 4- short Journey' from iVj>qcot4Velf;by (J. P. R stein^ers. In �||"r^8eotlf)S- ��]e�copo, the UKht is JlPpUsiii^j^y'r�4ectloa from the aur-.,if\OQ ,o^.�; cpndii9> Bliapj,' rayii will all. come lo-- Bfitiher at-, single point t� form an ItoHge,' ' aa'' with the refracting . talei'c^p9;.:l)Ut this point will be situ-ato(I,oa tK^itiat^e side of th� mirror .i:t'.t)i*',oMfc-to(rtt at! a fltar Trill nnd hiB bead iu his own Un^' of vision. In order to overcome this ;plfficultj', a .second reflection is "Aada; to take place so a* .to. deflect'the b^ni of light and form the Imagie at one side cf the tube,:frtiere It may easily be ezamiBM) with on i^j^lec^.- This second reflestlQiilU acoompllsbed by means of a plane mirror,tor "flat" In-sertod in tk*-npp^c end ^fthe tube and aet at da anilft of .4P*,, .THls flat win necesearliy cut dS Boine^ of the light falllBg opon,,th� )>rin%IPAl mir--rpr, but stops  It. not large and Blnoe its supports Jije.-intfda as slca-der aa possibl*;-t&tra.-la po.aeriouB loss. ,; vv?.!^.: The buHdlnB M t,h�>;:j,8.evej)ty-two. Inch CsD�djfi|n ;tnitrume{it he talcen as aQ;,ilIuptra4ip^ of spine of thc mechanical ^WcHU^wi. to .P� surmounted, p^e phflwe tl^ mounting, ^The .ends vre than 48" with tho-*ortiEonr-To-itlie up-rtghta of th�fram�werk of thf. walls are attached hdf^biiitial ribs Which are for tbo piirpiMii;(tf iiiippo^lng tha � keat'-if '>i>Ul-' ; willt. � Tha Domhiton OliserrBtory at^ Ylc� toria, it.V. Reflecting Telescope. Observatory open. Ofticlnl opening of Obscrvotory. sheathing Is attached to both sets, forming thus a doublo wall, with an intermediate air apucs of at least six.. Inches. � Thia structuro must ba. tnado .extremely stout In order to bear the enormous wr.tght of'tlia dorrie. One of the pictures hIvowb the but]ding cnipletp. This ia furnished with a system ft}ie Slate) Tliis Well-known Shoe for Men will be Sold ' by this Store � -The Slater Shoe isj-one-of those relmblc nmljes whose worth aacl stj^le have Jpno- been estahliblied. and,we are glad to be able to include il amono- the other high grade lines we handle. We honght our new spring stock of these shoes enrly nnd lioiiglii so^advantageously that we can sell them at a saving to the?piirchaser. ( ; '  j-^ A man who buys the Slater Shoo Avill get spk^n-s did style, comfort/ind, value. ,,Ask 1o see llicni. Other new spring styles for jnen and women nrc arriving daily. . . ^ v Hufner, The Sboeman ' , BESIDEf^BRCHANTSVPANK  PILING IN .'EVERY DAY New wool (li'ess jfMtiS, new griiighamsj new linen suitings anrt Bedioi'd corcls,.iiew enil)rii)ii1ei*ics, new nainsoolvs. and lawn.s, new tU'aper-ies antT inade-up ciirtain^^ See the Fi Prices show verjf^slight advance over last j'^ear; iiifact, in many cases the -V . values are better. . 39 inch Duchess Silks lOlegant/quality, rich finish' dress aillc. In grey, dayk brown, navy, purple and ivory. Wear- | fXL iug cjualilies guaranteed. Special, per yard New Lincii Suitings Fifty inches wide, all linen. Irish manufacture. Coloi-H, Copenhagen, pinlc, .>file and hello. 7C - Per yard................................. I OC Ivory Habutai Silk Suitable for -waists or whole dresses. A -wasU-silk that will give excellenf:wear. Thirty-six QA inchp wide. Per yard $1.25, ?1.0Q and____^ JvC Embroidery Flouncing 20 inch, per yard....... 28 Inch, per yard ...... Corset Cover Embroideries .,. Insertions and'Edgings ... 45c, 60c and 70o ... 50c, 75c and $1.00 ..........25c to 50cr" ........ 10e, 15c, 20c * 1 Ivory or ecru scrim curtains,,.neatly made and t^iamed with lacg. and insertioij. ^ , .. Xi(\ Per pair.......i...:;v.v;..�;;V;..J^; Also a good range'of scrim and. net cur- o a a' tains at $3-.u0, ,$S.OO, $2.50 and ... .\ ..... Spring Swts & Coats few days The range of. style .surn^sses. any previous showing. There's lots of new touches both in cut and trimmings. .... ' SJ'S, ^!"..........:$40.0a Coats Wili Setfarilioo.' - e waeit yoe to see the new Corsets "A-hi-Grace," in many new styles. Some quite short-low or .medium biLst. A better range-of models than we've ever shown. Prices for-:"A-y- la-Grace" Cprsets run from  ' ,50 lip to Om-OF-TOWN CUSTOMERS PLEASE WRITE FOR SAMPLES. E10 HAVE ML VOICE M WAR SEITLEIN TwDiJilon, Feb. S-Lord Curzon, speaking for the government iu the House pj: Lords luist night, said tli^ invitation , to the dominion in'omlers and Tildia to attend a conference here was no iporo conipliiiieiitary than a i-ec-qgnitiou of tho. part they had played in" the war. , ''Groat as that had been" he said. "The .striking anil memorable tliiug was that the dominions had regarded It as leaving tl^om no alternative hut to place tlieir i'esources and'manhood freely at our diaiiosal. \Vp therefore no\V regard them as being entitled to a voice 'in the prosecution of the war tO'ttlie end whi