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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX TUB LETHHPIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 12, 191! Are You Particular ulHiiit the quality of meats yon (lie it is handled! I f so. let us show you our plant. See (lie stork we Ciiiry. Voii ill admit (he superiority over what you art1 elsewhere. Also (lie cleanliness of AYe never saerilive (uiatity for price. We are aide (u pay wish for we buy. wliicli means we can sell cheaper than any other market. Saturday Specials New Laid Eggs, per dozen 45c Special Dairy Butter, 3 Ibs for CO, LTD. Phones 1388 and 412 T.H.Walker President-Ladies Make Hay and Gel (he Vote I'oremosl, AJIn., nmi'llni to u iiornuiuent Libernl aa- tiu-liiLiou -was lic-lil in Sul- nion's lia'il Tuosihiy iiEu-niaou. Miuiy were In I'rum tho couiury, shoeing Una coustderiiblc interest is buinjj in li- eu in iioHtlcul affairs by Hie Farmers. ami (lit? meeting was a lively nft'iUr from tlic siarl. Tlnjre wpi'e two nom- ijiniions Tor Hie presmoncy, T. 11. Walker and George L. liner, llic form- er iviuning out, after a sccuml count of the bjillols by one volc- j At this meeting a precedent win? I established (hut may IKIVC a. far-rcneli- ins effect upon llic future of tlio !cml jinny. Two ladies ivore srnntecl j suifrase, and perhaps more 'would I have lieen had tlijs meeting been j by ihcir presence. Mr. I-Ioer. wlio lias been the president, ot the former orgniilxiition, 1ms a reputation as u poiUieul hustler of thf first water, i 1 and we feet sure tliat he will be found i [crt die job. shoulder (0 shoulder with '-ill I ho sood Liberals >vlieu election rime rolls around. Mr. is a Liberal of the old j school, nnd it is needless lo make any siiUemeiiis as to die en'ons he will piu forth 10 secure the success of his party. IV: .IlLTriain cf Lucky present ami assisted vt-n materially in of uj- our irenciiEF. AVe, however, niuin'.ain- ed our posiLiun. I "Frcm the Sonunc ro the Argonne there luis been reyorted nothing moru CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store rpre.mi.ic. Phone 453 Acadia Block I Great Bargains Saturday In (he (Sale. h'ri'Bli .Now Spring .Mei'dlimcllsB Jusl to l.ur.U by express- taitiii-lns ninny apculnlly uurclmsiMl lots ,H n to ,i Imlr lean Iliiu lni-, ALL THE BARGAIN ITENIS_MENTIONED IN WEDNESDAY NIGHT'S PAPER REMAIN ON SALE TOMORKOW WITH OTH- SRS ADDED, FEATURING IMPORTANT SAVINGS. HA- Cflp NEWEST C1 3VC Crepe Waists. 3 I- ividc, o go anyirhere at any iitr.e. .There1 was CLUJ.-idcrable discussion v o! the qucsiion ui inoculation against disease, in reply to which Mr. Ten- nant declared ths sentiment in iavon v of compulsory inoculation ivas in- creasing, and that the government v considering adopting it. Lord K'lichener, secretarr for n-ar, felt so j> .strongly aiwut the inaitsr, Mr. Ten- nant .said, that he was about 10 issue .j. v j PRINCE OF WALES VISITS PATS IN TRENCHES Lcndon, Feb. messase received here loday says that H.H.H. the Prince oi Wales re- vlsiied the Princess Pai's Light Infantry in the trenches. His Royal Highness congratulated Major Hamilton GaJt oil the fine of ihe regiment since its arriv- al at the front. yon said you covM tell us jusr tt'IiaL happened." "I said i ha i I eould tell you what I knew, not what- happened.'" "I object to.any such bulldozing as interposed Mr. Church. The magistrate also intimated til a I "Mr. Harris' lone of voice wuunl itaci! ln'm to believe that he was trying to intimidate the witness, and he cau- tioned Mr. Oxland not to be intimi- dated. "-Oh, he doesn't scare mo at Jernute and FLTi'eJ-eny, on the road from Turja to captur- ing two haltcrics embedded in the mud in the Polonina-IUina mountains GERMANS EVACUATE L.GD2 London, Feb. J2. The Germans liare evacuated of, the'im- portant cities of Russian Poland, '.ac- cording to UljG official re- port. Lodz was captured by the Ger- mans on December 6, when they were attempting to take the "Rus- sians stopping the drive within 30 You're Sure at DELANY'S Sure ol' ilie (jiiiility of ilir- ujcais yon buy liw II. you arc uoi a cusLomer. rfeiul us ;i luiuurroxv. Saturday Specials Leaf Lard, pec pound Corn Beef. ixtiuid Qc :ind 1 2K'C Eggs, guaranteed strictly fresh, doz. Special Sale of Alberta White Fish Guaranteed fresh, jjer pound We have ano'tlier cFioicc lot of fresh killed. for the week end. We can supply you aiiytliiuo- on the market. Delanys Limited Phone 452 said the witness. miles of the "city. The Germans are A little later in the examination, j removing their supplies to Kalisz, on Mr. Church objected becausclthe frontier, ;vberc tboy his learned friend "put ivards in thcj ing trenches. witness1 mouth and tlien at bini because he wouldn't swear to i hem.' ?Ir. Harris said tliat he was sorry for his tone oi roice, but thai it merely indicated that he was sincere in his question. it reasonable lo suppose that Delcctire Kauc had been to bring up the prisoner j before Chief SJielton anjircxiched the stenographer he asn'cd. "Ibn't it reasonable to suppose that. things Tvhicli not, would be if they I came hack the magistrate, j Mr. Harris intimated that ths court clerk was an independent witness, he added, "which J i-annoi say the others." Detective Kane took the stand, and in answer to similar questions swore 'eLrograd claims advantages in the fighting in the Carpathians, which the official German reports do not admit. The French have won the hill of Xotrc Dame, in, northwestern France, after a stubborn fight, lasting sis: weeks. TWENTY WILL MARRY Cupid Has Been Workinn Overtime Among Boys' of 50th Battalion Calgary, Alia., Feb. was an- nounced in orders of the 50ih Infantry C.E.P., iast tbat dur- ing- the nest 20 daj-s naji-ccms and men will be allowed to marry, subject to approval of the commanding and that their wives will be granted Bawden Bros. Greatest Home Funiisliers "Of) Third Avenue South. positively that he had held out no the separation allowance "granted by proir.ise to the accused. He had sons i the Miijna department for soldiers' to the cells to" investigate a This order was passed by ihe noiie, which he discovered was made I soreraineat same Lime ago, and ap- fjy the female prisoner. She hail brok- J proved by thfi Coyernor-General." It en down the boarding ijisiile her cell 'was passed suecially m order lo ac- tliai she could see and talk to her Jcommodate those men who had been husband. Upon passing out of the csll room, Lessard hail beckoned to him and said, "Kane, T want to tell you something. There is no use of! h'eepiog mj- wife in here. When I took Ihe home I told her that she! was to have nothing Lo do with it. 1 She knows nothing about it, amli should he let out. I will tell you everything, and take the whole re- sponsibility." i "Did you not then eay that there would be no trouhJe in getting his v.-ife fjiit if be made t-hc asked Mr. Harris. The detective said that he had not. It was at this point that the court- room was ordered cleared, and the statement, about which the case cen- tres, remains closed document. Tlie courtroom f was packed to ca- pacity iong heiore Uje case commenc- ed, and the door locked, so that num- bers were turned away. Chief Skellon was examined further after the doors were closed and the evidence for the crown was conclud- ed. Tlie case- continue tomorrow morning. An feature of this niorn- int; s session the taking of his Stcno6CaPhcr Mr. ami Lessard arc both out oil lionets each. engaged to he nmrried, and had not clone so before enlisting for active ser- vice. M'Cutcheon's Likely To Go Up Toronto, Ont., Feb. the con- tinued hearing of the McCutcheon Bros-, charged with conspiracy to de- fraud Dr. Weaver in the sale west- era real estate, before Police Mngis- 'rate DcnnisoQ today, Jiis Worship made it plain to counsel that he in- tended to get every possible light on the transactions. In reply to an objection of Mr. Snow to certain evidence, the magis- trate sjiid; "The evidence so far as have shows a widespread fraud over tue country from end to end. 1 wanl to know all about it. H there is enough evidence to bring others in, why should not they be brought L. (1. Pickwell, a journalist who in- vestigated the MeUorl call- ed Windsor said it was worth S-0 to ?10 an acre, and the whole Mock not worth It 'tvas some distance from the toivn, which had a population of 1000. It would need to have to give the property tho value of put on it by the 31 c- CntcheoiiB, Wien iJ. H. Den-ert, G.C-, DbjecM to the case being closed, on the ground that the'defendants were entitled to a Cull disclosure of evidence in the pos- session of the Crown, the magistrate dcncc to convince me the case should go-for trial." The prosecution, however, is bejng proceeded with, and it is expected it will be concluded today. said: "I have heard sufficient evld- announced. The EC-imposition 'the embargo nn the exportation of skins and hides to neutral countries from Australia, is Complete 'Satisfaction Guaranteed Try Bine Ribbon Tea. We know you AVill be rieliglied with it. In fact your grocer sells it on a strict guarantee of best quality. RIBBON TEA Sold Everywhere Dont Seeing The Volcanic Eruption in "THE WRATH OF THE GODS" STARLAND MONDAY Send this Advertisement K cents to Blue Ribbon. Limited, for the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. 1 he beat coak book (or use in Western Canatft. name addreft plainly. Westminster Market Specials LEG OF PORK, PEK POUND LOliv OF I'-OKK, PER POUND SHOULDER. PORK, PER POUND HOME-MADE MEAT HOME-MADE Pork- Per Pound .....___ HOME-MADE Pure Pork Sauaage; 2 Pounds for HOME-MADE E'ork and Beef Sau- sage, 2 Pounds for.. HOME-MADE JJead Per Pound 25c lOc HOME-MADE 3 Pound Pail HOME-MADE 5 Pound Fail I9C HOME-MADE 10 Pound Pail XB 9 1 TRY THESE; YOU.WILL FIND THEM SUPERIOR TO PACKING HOUSE MAKES. f WESTMINSTER MEAT MARKET Phone 1055 ;