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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 11, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta ipAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, FEHRUARY 11, Fine Wool Suitings and Dress Materials Cotton Wash Dress Materials Natural Pongee Tub Silks We Advise An Early Selection of Novelties, as Repeats are Almost impossible Dress Muslins and Voiles 40 in. liuos{ Faucv \'oih's . . 10 in. Plain NVhito \ (Mk's . . 40 in. Fancy Ori-anilies . . . 40 ill. Kicc NOik's ........ 40 in. Stripe A'oilcs....... 40 in. Silk Sti'i|)(' Voik's . . . 4:>c. :j.->c 4(k\ 40c. . lOc. i)Oc. Wash Suitings 40 in. Moi'cei'iziMl I'opiins . . . 70c 2S in. .A[crcei-i/c(l I'opli"!^   -">2 in. Stripe Oxford Snilini; :�0c. 2S in. CiJlored Crepes......15c. Real Scotch Balmoral Coster Ginghams per yard, 15c. Ihe be.sl innue ol" patterns we've eUer shown in this [)r;!rient ol" m'at .stripes. A i^real cloth at the price..................... �  15C Natural Pongee Silks .\rf great value at llu'si- price.-? I in. V.\t-\\ Tiiri'ad I'oimt'i-. rcaular 7r,c value, ARf* l...r yanl ............. '?U IT. iiKh vi-r.v rinp iiuality I'.Jii-a.e. si'liiiiR at per #* yam .............. O r 2^U 31 in. OUR BEST QUALITY PONGEE, Fine even weav.-. and free from tillinj;. Tii.-rei;ular -SLvO iinality. .Vow on .-ale at |)er yard ........... 75c ^^'ool Dress Goods of (inality I'rjee.l iiir below regular value, r.i.i iucli Fine 31 "1 Wool l.'overl ..... ' �CO >!ro\vu ami Ian shades only, rorretl ihinj; for .'-;nits. .�^kirt;;. or .-ipiing coals. lUack Dress Materials In an endless range of weaves and qualities Black Serges, from 65c up to $2.50. Elack Gaberdines. SI.50 and $2 Blapk Boxanna, S1.0O up to $1.75 Elack Poplin Cords. 75c up to $1.50. Black Alretas at $1.00 and $1.50 Black Crepe de Chines per yard $1.50. THE BIG FOUR Eclip.se Whitewear. Jlole Prool" Hosiery Helena Waists Crompton's C'-C ('orsets > ? : ? ? ? : : ? ; : ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? TWO ZEPPELINS ARE LOST, IS THE REPORT . FROM AMSTERDAM Aiusloi'dnni, ivia l.oiidolil, Fob. 10.-'I'lin F.elin Tlolije Hub-llnhos a ronorl I hut (wo Znp-liollUR liavo been lost noiiv .-Villi III Ilainult. The first collided with n tree top while relurn-hiK from a raid on Paris, .laii. .'10. The xpeoiid was luoiighl down by a Fronrh airiiian with-in a few miles ol the snine pluee. Vf ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? : ? ? ? ? .;. �: : : ? ? ? : ? [TON liitawa. Oiil.. Feb. 11.-Kci-ruiiin.u;j li^iires for .lamiar\ sliow an average | of piaetii-ally l.iHm iiifii per dav fori the iiili moiiUi. Tin- (.ininiaiidinp of- \ l.e.-r of eai'li division says that men i arc Piilistiiii;. umv al a liiosl satisfac-1 lory rale. Tlic c.ml inucil How of new i men to liic colors is .ill ihc inoie ro-j tiiarkable when it is rcennni?,; d that | Canada up lo tlie eiiil ol the vcar had j eiilisicd Ulll.dOb mumi. A Different Story ilaii'ilioii, Oiil.. Feb. 11.-Despite; i assurances oi" I'n'iiner Borden and ."-^ii Wilfrid !,anri"r in parlian.ent that, tlierc will be nr' conscriplion measures in raiiada. Hamilton is clainoriiii; for il. The recruiliuo: Ica-%\\v has aiready liCitun mass nicetinss for thai purpose. Tdayor Walter's ��lict to cilv hall Pi.iplo\(es to eiilis! or t|uit applies to married men as uelj as sini;le. and also department heads. The mavof is ri'iie.; himself with the Tijfcr balta-iioii. He has ^ wife and three Voiini; cliiidriii ami spes no reason why other men shnuhl no! make as i:ceat u satril'ce. We Should Be Your Grocer for Quality and Reliability \Vt' sell (tiily u'oculs (if u'UaraiiiiMMl i|ii;ilily. SiilisliiMl ciislouicrs iircv (iiir lu'st IcsiiiuiuiijilN. liOW prit-rs do iioi nlwuys siii'iiil'v ('coiioiiiy- (|ualii\' ('(tiuiis ami if llic u'l'iidf is not up to llii' si;imlanl. what yoii buy is cxiiiMisivt' at any price. Kerr's (iroceries and Provisions arc of (Hic (pialiiy iiiilx'-llic licsi ilic .markets ari'ord. 25c $1 Oranges, swi'et, Juie.\ liavels. . per dozen 25c, 35c, and .............. Start Recruiting at Blairmore Blair:iiorc, Feb. Word has been Select Your Prints Early at the Old Price, 15c. Prints Avill be scarce befatioii ci.mplfcte ; whcre'.iy c,ic:i ;>ml (veri. town allottee! to tik' :';i.-;tiict v, ill Ih' verv ihor-� oughly cunvassei!. and that the regi-'  iiieal will have it';, full iiuola of men; ai a ver> earlv liat.". Names ale iiol lackiiij; of some .if thos.' wishiiii; lo; .ioiii. aial v.ere ! n;(^^sary forms al ' Hlairmor,', the .�.treiiiilh of tlK- halla-lion Wdiiid l;e at a fairly icood si7c. 'I'lie Itoc'iy Alomitain sanatorium e.t Frank, will, afirr the inspeciinii ilic D.IJ.C., be r. tnodellcd, and us'1 ; the barract-i. The D.I i.e. ir.mi Cahiary is cspect-el in town this wre'i to make linal arraii'.;cine!its. aft--'r whicli tin- campaign will be 1.lunched and il is e>c-peeleil that the result of the recruil-iiur will place ilie l!>2n:l in tiie enviable posilion of hcin'^. able to till v.ilh a greater rapiditv Uuiii some of til.- laler regiments v.liic'.i are now in the cour.se of formation. Lemons, large sl/o. .iulcy. per dozen . . Grape Fruit, t'aiicy I'-lofida, each . .. Cauliflower, choice white heads, each . Head Lettuce, each 10c and ......... Hot House Lettuce per pound ....... Celery, two pounds r',.UKs. finest sloraKc ;', dozen t\isioii .Merchanls Phone 1 l')3 ;Jl:i 5th Street South German Raiders \ Attack Schools] PLAN o\ OTT.VWA I'.VKLlAMENT BUlLDI.\(iS PARLIAMENT TO BE OPENED | PJY ROYAL COMMISSION j l.imdoii. Feb. !).-Why parliament Is lo he opened no.xl Tuesday bv a royal : conunis.sloii instead of bv the king in person is explained in the following ' otilcial Htatcineiit issueil tonight: "Bis .\laiesty is iinlte prepared to j i-any on ilie practice which obtained j Ihioiighout his and the |jreceding 'reign. Imi has yiehled to the o))inion of his meilica! advisers that ho should not, at this stag.; oi convaleficonce, afti'r bis si verc accident, venture to i undertake Uie ceremony." \ PAT MAJOR RETIRES; FIGURE.S IN DIVORCE SUIT Ottawa. Feb. 10.-Il'hi-; Evening .lournul �'�iytr , ��.Major Smiii! of'the I'rimtess I'ats has been retiri cl frotn the service. When war brok � oiif this olliccr c-jine here from Chii-;i!:o and Joii'ed ihe re-.niineiu. lie is an Kiislls'.iiiian. "He has never le.'.-u to iho iront with his regiineut. and it l-i understood that his uamn has been connected with the llaniilton C.ault divorce case. Major Smith bocanii; unpopular with tlie regiment owing lo ills being credited with ant'l-Caandiaii scnii-ments. "It Is reported iliat the Hamilton (jaiilt divorce case may be settled before going to the senate divorce eoin-inittee." Lulidiifi, Feb. '.!).-Tv.o women aU'l j one ;.-hild wrr  in.iureil yesterilav af-j irrnnon wheii two flcrinan scaplaiusi r.iiiled Ihe Kentish coast, dropping hoiiiiis. Tlircc missiles fell on Ihe outskirts 111 iJatn'.gale. and four near a school at Broadsiiiirs. The material! dajiume is said )iy th;' war oflice to' hav(- he:"!! contined to the slialteriiig i of '.;lass. I The .ittack wa'- made in broad daylight. .\t .'i .'lit o'clock this afternoon wsii seaplanes were reported approaching the Kentish coast, and a few minutes later they llcw over rvam.sgate and Broadstairs. .\ niinih;r o' naval and military! ai'loplaiics an.I seaplanes ascended to I atlnc'c the (lermans, hnl the raiders imiiicdiatelv retreated. As no engagement hetwesn Ihc airmen has been n'r.orted, ii is presumed that the (lermans made good their e;cape. Of tne lour bombs dropped in Broadstair.s, all fell near a, school iiouse. Three of them exploded. SENATE CHAMBER, LAST VICTIM OF OTTAWA HOUSE OF PARLIAMENT FlftE This i-kfctcli shows only the central biiildiiiKs. The five started in the Commons readli;;-' room, (xj tool: a curiously shaped course sweeping through the huildin-; to iJie front by way of the Chambui'K and .Menibt'r.i^ corridor;^ U ihen turned ea(iiv..;rd alo'iiE tlic trout to the Senate Chamber tlioiigli missing the I'rt-i.s Room ;:uu the I'remier'is oiiice. Sovcral correspondents in the Press Kooni climbed to safety down ladders wUou Uiia section of the build-ills '.vas cut off. MISSISSIPPI'S FLOOD CREST PASSES MEMPHIS .Memphis. Tena., Feb. It.-Tlie creiil �'of ihc .MlsHisslpj)! Hood passed .Meiii-; phis today, ,'ifter reaeliiiig a tiia'.;e of I t:!.'i feel, alunil liin'c fec't undei- Ilie 'high water record of l!ti:;. Tonigiii i the river was fnllliig slowly licre, and iihe crest was expected lo ri'nch lie. j lena. .\rk., Satiii^day. witli a siau't 1 slightly under .'.I feet. .\11 of ilie ]lcve(;s in the .Memphis distrh-t iue in tad. NO PLACE IN CANADA FOR ALLIES WHO CAN FIGHT i .Montreal, Fen. lu.-.Natiiralizutloii i Commissioner .1. I.. Chaiiol lias received Instriiclions from the depart-miMit of the secretary of state not to adiail to i.'unadinn clilzenshlii any miiiilbers of the nations allied in Ihe liresent world war. 'I'ho iiiBlriictions are that such apidlcailts an; not to be admitted unless they are in a poKllloli to jirnve, b" the leKtliiiony or somti consular oilicial, that they are not iinienable to be called noon for nilli-tiiry ser\lce in lln-lr respective conn-tiles. TELL OF INVE-STMENTS WITH THE McCUTCHEONS 'J'oronto, Fei). !t.- A widov.' named j.Mrs. Ikr.vaid, 2:j'm Henry street, Toronto, testllied in the .McCutchooii Brother.s' trial ye'jterday afternoon that through Samuel .McCutcheon f-ho became interested In the KeiiKlngton pi'oparty, in which sho Invested $3500. Later alio wan informed that the land muBt go back to the original ow-ners, and, tberoforo, she could -uot get her property. In its place thoy Were to glvti lior ono lot In Victoria and three lots in Reglnu, Action' was taken ugulnBt tho .VIeCutchfcons before the traiiBfer wont through, ami al tue lire.iciit she had nothing to sliou for her ?l.".0(j. Why Toierate Catarrh? 1 N'ouhavc noticed.no (ioiil)!,tlu.l aiiv cold .'isf^r-ivatcs nasal catarrh, and the : ilo'.v iii iniK.'ius amazes you that sue!) i ohjccUoiialjlc m.Uler could find lotlg-1 incnt in your head, 'i'n i}i,iu;ii' tlii;; (..if.irrh \vhi;ii \\u: cdUI suV)sides is wioii^ liacniisi; it lontiluics Id slinvly injuic Uio deiic.i.c liiiiii(;s of ttic nasal passages and tlog them up. 'lo coirecl i.n.inli, i.lciiiu-,c ihc nostrils frequently with a iohition of warm water and sail, insert vaseline on re-liriiig, and take a :.i)aonfu! of Scott's Emulsion after meal.'-, lor one nionth, Stott'.sacli thtoi!;.;li ilie blood to teed the lis.'iueii, and contain;. :-uoihing ;;lyteriiu; to clicck tin; inflaniinalion nd b-al llu- sensitive iin-mbrani.-!.. Scott'^ is ideasa'it lo l;il;;--. bkult & I'hw 'li BfMi/tilw, Wiul. ;i-30 Suffered "Frcm Buckache Rheumatism, DROPsy. DfMr Mr. Jitiiior-l wish to tell yon 01 a recent experienoB I had when suf-ferinR from bacUache, weak back, rheii-matifiiii, dropsy, and congestion of the kidneys. I tried a new medicine called ".-Vnuiic," which has recently been discovered by Dr. Pierce; ol' whose medi-cinpi? and Surgical liiBtitution in Buffalo, N. Y., you have no doubt, heard for years. Thie medicine noted npon ina in a wonderful manner. I neve'' have taken any medicine so helpful in such quick time. 1 do wish anyone in need of such a romedv would give it a trial. (.Signed) G, 11, IIeku. Note: Folks in to'wn and udjoiniiiR counties are delighted with the results 1 hey have obtained by naing " A NUJiJ 0," the"newest discovery of JJr. fierce, who is head of the Lsvamos' Hotki. and SrtioiCAT. iN.STlTitrK, in linffalo, N. Y. ThoSiO who atarted the dav with a backache, stiff legs, arms and ninselea, and an aching head ( worn out before the day began because they were in and out of'bed half a dozen ti'ines at night) are appreciating the perfect rest, comfort and new streiigtb Ihey obli'.ined from Dr. I'ierce's Annric Tablets. To jirove i that this i� a certain nrio acid solvent; I and conquers headache, kidney and ! bladder diaeaseH and rheumatism, it ; you've never used the "Anuric." cut i this ont and send ten cent.s to Doctor ' Pierce for a largo ijainpio package. This 'will prove to yon that "'i\nurio" is j thirty-seven' times more active than I lithia in eliminating uric ncid-and the j inoat perfect kidney and bladder cor-1 vector. If you are a oufferer, go to your I bs8t drn25?ist and aak for a .50-csnt bos 1 of ''Anurie,". You run no i-iek for Dr, ! Pierce's good name stands behind thia I wonderful new diaeovery ii9 il. has for I the past half century tor his "Golden -Medical liiscovery" which makes tho blood pure, liis "Favorite Prescription" for weak fivenien Mid "Ploiisam, Pellets" .'jr liver ilia, SPANISH HAVE 14.003 INTERNED GERMANS Paris. I''eb. 111.--The Spanlsli gov-erninont is seudllig ii regiment of ma-n'ne.s to t^(iautirii;(;iiln(!a to guard ihe hdu tiernian and :i4,(i(i(i German colonial U'oops who took refuge there vt'lieii driven out of the Cerman colony ol 1'Camernn by the British pursuit, ai - \ cording to a fUivas dispatch from Cadiz today. [ The Oernians will be brought to | Spain. The Jlritrsli tleHiner (^atalnna | la taking on board a cargo of lood | for the linngry fugitives. marines during the past year. These nine vessels, not specified, had a gross tonnage of 117,11.".: TAGES OF LIFE Ollicial announcement was made in ! .Madrid on Sunday last Unit ��0(i Cer- ' man � and ll,Obii o: their colonial troops from KiiniHnin had crosBi.'d tne border Into Sniuilsh llnliiea. � where they hud been disarmed luul interned. Kamerun Is In F.ipmlorlui Afrlc'.l. FRENCH THEATRICAL SHOW j WITHIN THE SOUND OF GUNS ' Paris, Feb, -a eomiiini.v-froni Ibei French .National, theatre left for Ihe' front today lo give a Horlus of productions lust back of Ihe linoki for tho eulerialiiment of men from l.iioMri.'n-ehes; The jirugriun is liirga!,y:,.eoniii'. Including an amnsing oiie-iUi't aiieee, "The Brigand," by .�\.brah,aiiV I'Jroyl'nss. .\lainio I'arlet will recite poairis, and Aime. Marguerite (tiirre, of tlie .Opera Comliiue, win r.ln;; "l.a iMarsellliilse" and solos from "Maiion." .The ministry of w-r has provided irniiKpnrI for a llnilted anioiinl of scenery, II. Is probable that the coiapnny v, ill play In every case :'lose; enough to ihe front to ho within sound of shell fire, but out of Ilie reach oi pro,|oc-tlles. NINE CANADIAN BOATS , SUNK BY THE ENEMY .Montreal, I'eh, lu,-Ai the anuual meeting of the .Shipping Fedsrallun of Cunttdij, which' wati held yeaterduy. It was reported liy th'o nreBldenl, Col. .Mien, that nine vnnsels entered and iiffllliUed vv'll.h till) I'l'derallon in the Canadian trade, had been lost ihior'^li the opuiatlon ol' the C.erniiin siili- The Woman's Medicine. Good for All Age�. Mrs. Harold Smith 8 Experienco. Clnrksburt;, Yf. Va,-" I am writing to lull you the good your medicine has always done monnil 1 hope my letter may be tho means of helping soiiie other sulTeritifj woman. When I was HJ years old I caught cold and had suppression for two months. 1 got so weak I could scarcely drag myself up tho stairs. 1 went to two doctors, then my mother got  bottle ol' LydinR. Pinkham's Vegotabl* Compound and I took it. I never hiid any more tronblo and got strong fast. '.1,'lien I took it again before my little i girl whs horn and it helped me a good I deal nnd I give thn Compound the credit for il. Then this spring i felt yery hudly again, but 1 took the Compound I and have been well all summer; I can-; not bo grateful enough for your inedi-; cine." - Mrs. IIakold M. Smith, 470 i Water Street, Clarksburg, W. 'Va, I For forty years it Iiaa been malting I women strong and well, andeuringback-I iicho, nervousnesa, uterine .lod ovarivn i inflammation, weakness, displuceniai.ts, irregularity and periodic pains. If yoii wniitfipeeial adviceMTife Lydla V.. Piiiklinm j^rctllolno Co, (coulltlt'uthil), liyjin,Mt\sii, 11 ;