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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FHIDAY. FEBRUARY 12, 19115 -THE LKTURKI DC K DAILY II E R A I, I) PAGE SEVEM Another Lot of Lovely New Spring Goods on display Saturday EXTRA! Embroideries at 5c yd. Ncut Swiss Edfiinij's, worth up to c.xlni special. Seamless Cotton Eosc 15e Ladies' fanninlLPK Cot- ton Hose, all alzcs. Victoria Lsi-wn a( 8c 30 inches '.vide, our regular I5c line; at half price. Yard Wide Prints yd. THIS IS 'ONE ol' (lie most interesting times of the your in n Goods store. The heavy wintry iiiiiigs arc gone uncl in their place come crisp now Silks. Dress Materials and oilier iner'cliu'n-' disc which reminds you that tho Spring and Summer months will soon he hero. We invite yon down tomorrow to have' u. Jirst glimpse ui. !hc: many now things which will he ready for early Saturday New Zephyr Ginghams yd Right Inside the door you will scr; one of llic rino.sL lots (if GliighiiniB ever dlimvn in Mils city, il'liey are cxira valiH; ut lac. Our Speclul Price 12V4c. Cretonnes, Art Sateens 25c up New designs and new 'colore in plain mid Uijioslry A dozen new patterns opened UIIR weelf. Splendid doths lor covering boxos, etc. Tissues and fey. Organdies 25c Tfris year we have ho.il to. nil our wash materials direct i'rom the American markets. Tho names, llio clulbs, and the all best-of nil they arc rea- sonably priced. White Voiles and Crepes 30c up Those goods will be used very extensively Ibis Spring: Uic fllou Voiles nro particularly good. Ask to see them tomorro'.v. Medium Priced Whitewear On Sale Nothing hJgli priced Uila year, but a splendid ranse of ined- iuni priced lot of Drawers, Corset Covers, Night, downs, and other articles, which aro on display in our large window. Nemo Corsets worth up to Clearing up three lines of Corsets that we were overstocked on.. These are all high yrucle, perfect fitting Nemos, and Hold regii- iurly at 14.00, 54.50 and on Saturday only at Warner's 'rust-proof A splendid Corset, made by guaranteed mat proof. Models salable for slight and medium flpurcs; Efl regular to 52.25 I n-Jw Misses' and Childs' Waists CORSET WAISTS for women, similar to Ferris Waist, Misses7 Waists I nUU MISSES' CORSETS at 95c, and Girls' at 50c and The ibest Print you ever looked nL; .Saturday DC yard. Pillow Cases, each 12 Vic' Ready to use, full sized dofccn at this price. 'Rub Dry' Towels 50c IS.rtra heavy ;md large 13yth or colored, regular Tiic AIIovci1 Embroideries 43c Ilesular 75c and Sue liualltiea, on sale for one day only. 6 Muslin KcrchielN 25c Cross I3ar 5Iuslin, neat hemmed edge, regular 8c each. 42 inch jVninsook 20c A fiiie soft cloUl for underwear, regu- lar 30c vp.hie. Note width. Linen Dish Towels 15c Heavy lined Dish Cloth, ready to use; large size. 200 pairs Women's and Shoes at Choose from our entire. Btoclc of Kmpresa, Relln- do and Smart Set Shoes, either buttoned or lace, In nil kinds of leathers; regular up to ?G.OO. Any Ladies' Coat in the store reduced Tour last chance to select a coat at ha.lt iirice. We havo still 20 coats left, all good styles and splendid cloths. 1 The Busy Store Mr. Buchanan Gets Figures- He Banks Seed Question Ottawa, Feb. to an answer given to M'1- Sinclair by Uie Minister of Justice In the House on Wednesday, tbe total number of aliens belonging to enemy countries paroled or Interned In Canada alnce tbe outbreak of. the 'war is 30.31M. Of these, there Alberta; 2350. In reply to Mr. Buchanan, the min- ister or the Interior said thnt tho to- tal amount received by the Dominion government .foe -oil louses In Alberta during tlio years 19J.3 and 1914 was .Sir'Wilfrid Laurler asked 1C Lho government intended to re-appoint tho committee on the revision of the elec- tews, Sir Robert Bordcn replied In tbe affirmative. 1-1 on. George Graham asked if- the revision of the Hallway Act would b'e proceeded with this session. The Pre- mier promised an answer later. "When will tho commission on the coat of living asked i Hon.-William -FuBalcy. He then re- marked llmL-there had been "u rapid and inexcusable increase in the pries of foodstuffs slnco the war began." and was going to read a. letter on the subject 'when the Speaker intervened, and Mr. Pupsley said ho would reserve hie question for another time. Seed Grain In discussing tbe distribution of seed grain among western farmers at a previous session, Hon. W. J. Rocbe, minister of the Interior, salrt tie proposed to do everything possible fio relieve tlio. situation. It hart been diclded, explain fed, ta.fiunply seed grain to nil settlers In llio drought who cannot look alter iliemaclvea -Hrrespectlvo ol whether or not they hnvo (secured llio patents for their lamia.. Tho thousands of Cations received would be" chrelul'iy scrutinized, 'and deserving cases would receive assistance. Dr. 'Roche said that 'by March 31 no less tliau 000 would be expended. Three or four millions more would have to be spent If all requests-for seed grain were met. Hon. Rqbert Rogers and Hon. Ar- thur Mcighen endorsed and amplified the announcement. 'Mr.- Buchanan Critizes Banks. W. A. Buchanan, of Medicine Hat said that if the Etatem'eht'niade by tho minister 'were carried out, the pp.ople of his district would be pretty well satisfied. Tho government, lie deserved great praise for hav- ing come to the assistance of the farmers, although fbc manner in which the assistance was being ren- dered is not n'i Log ether satisfactory. The assistance given had made it pos- sible for the majority of his constit- uency lo remain In Canada. Mr. Buchanan made a Jilea for farmers in certain areas not included in the drought district, more particu- larly the Diamond City district, north of Lelhbridge. He (hat all people within the boundaries of Med- icine Hat constituency, unless the pos- sessors of private' means, should lie supplied with seed grain. Mr. Ruchaimn remarked that since the outbreak of the war the banks havo bean of ng assistance to fanners ivJio liflve securing to offer. iflren i men with gilt-edged securities cannot get money. He also nrped the desirability of] feed being supplied for. livestock. In October lasf. 'Mr. Bruce Walker bad promised that baled bay'would "rie sup- plied, but this promise bad not been carried out.. GERMANS ACTIONS SURPRISES CAPTAI.M FaJmouih. via London, Feb. cargo of the Wilheliaiua lias not yet been seized, it was said today nt the Customs office. Captain Brewer said that until be reached England he had not heard nf tho decree of the German government concerning the appropria- tion of foodstuffs, and that he consid- ered this action by Germany altered the whole aspect of the case. He said that he was a'waiting- orders, and did not; know wJiat would happen next. The AVilhelniinrt was so battered by storms during her passage that ehc will be t.n remain in the har- bor for a few days. DROP BOMBS ON GERMAN AERODROME Paris, Feu. French aviat- ors dropped bombs today on the Ger- man military aerodrome at H.ibahim. an AlsiUian town in the outskirts of, Muihiiusen. Fun'inuHi, Aim Tcirilf, hiHti'ucinr Kcliiiol IIOUBO. ilci'iir flyer for lake iR-alnienl nl UK Homnii Catholic s aervftil ul I hi; luiii .Miss Alice Con mm) 11} ntcd nr rum ur intri Uavld i the AHottidu d on Tuusday's '.vim re lie Call linjpltul. survld'n wenf ub- S-.iailav iil'lcrnonn. who has Just unlij term nl tJie cI, ha.s hewn f Young .Maiden ,'B I-rfike BcJ: by' tliu tmslci'ri iicuoul Tor n tiiniilar jicrintl. Karl Knlnht byre fur u sliorL I'isit to liis former home ncni1 Fni'so, i.ontf SIIIK and l.'iiin (In; Iwo CM) in a men rcfently iirrcBitid upon n of and concealing a liacltasc ol' irom thfi depot, given a liourini; on 'I'uesday ;il'- (emoon. The uliarue 01' was not Lo llic lien oL' tho urositliiiL, jifKiiefs, iiiul biivc been sn many ini-ijinctiH of removal un iic'cuunl of the slovenly way in v.'hich aieued to mcrclninis is liandlud, no OIKS ci' nflaln: wou'jcl convirl :i on'such a charge. iMucIi fiviuiiiirfjy ivas ed for (lie unrcr'niiatf and ihc large crowd aUcmlLince at Mini Mrs. Jiicksun ami Mrs. Hun, I.cthlfridfti1, v.-ill the vUMik-enil with .Mr. ami Mrs. iioiivrl K. .kicKsun, Kirsl avi'iiut', 1 lilllutisV Ilc'i'nld. .in; visiti Llmss, M l.lucklcv anil I- the cily from Tin1- Si. Cyprian's Juniot A- nods tonunrn-A in the par- sh rooms ul !i.-Jn. ladies of U'cVu-y i-luirch ie- r'ltr.sled In turn out ffjr practice- to- mori-ov.' ;d ;j shtirjt. Tlic choi- us practice at '1.30. lie St. Junior A, ;ire I >wU Children's Bonnets of fine quality Bear Cloth, prettily trimmed with pink und blue. Sale Price 49c Axminstcr Rugs, sUe 27 by D4 Inches, rich deep pile, good de- QC sign.........9I-OO Tungsten Lamps, bright and economical; GO Watts -10 Walls ............40c Watts ........___30e Plate- odd plates In English red and green Two lots- it foL- o for 25c .30c Men's Suits of smurtly Uilored imported tweeds and worsteds, values up lo J27.50 (or Canadian Prints; designs, light and dark colorings 4 ft 31) Inches wide flUC PrincecE Crepes for gowns nntl night gowns, white, sky, pink and JieJio; 1 Sale Price I C 2 C Men's Hockey Boots, McPhcr- son's LightninR Hitch; sizes (i to 10; on sale aL CO QQ Per Puir Men's Felt Boots: Ibluchcr and Congress styles, regular ?2.50; on sale ut fl? 4 AQ Per Pair ...........9 I Chtldrsn's Tan Button Boots, siaes 1 to 7; Regular values 95c Men's Bath Robes heavy quality cloths long style with glnlle; Italian Silk Hosiery, la black only, sizeB to to. Double coles and seamless, tor Men's "K" Prospecton, come in 'black and tan; regular JS.OO; jn sale at CC Eft Per Ladies' Bluchers; ot smart tan calf, neat new style CO AG Regular Ladies' "K" Boots in -button and blucher slylc, black and tan Regular price ?6.00; Per Pair___ BOYS' TAN CALF BOOTS, in neat blucher model, special val- ue Tor school wear; Sizes 1 Lo 4 BOOTS, In special val- Special Sale of Table Linens Now On Hudson's Bay Co. CONSULS IN BELGIUM MUST HAUL DOWN FLAGS AiusLeudam, viu London, Feb: The. Telegrnar today-publishes" a. tlis- pn'tch saylug that the German "coni- iimnder at Bruges, Belgium, ordered all the consulates there to haul down their flags.'iiixd remove- the- coats of arms. The consuls, tbe dispatch a'Jds; in- cluding- the representative of Turkey, protasted, but tbe order, was euforo in some cages -with. Violence, and. in addition the consuls -were compeli: ed to surrender all their anna. v LEAVING STftASSBUHG Vienna, Feb. Paris, "3.30 most" violent artillery duel that has occurred in' Alsace since the beginning of the iv'ar -was com- menced, yesterday. As .a result of tbe battle an exodus has begun of Ger- man families from Mulhauwn, Kolmac antl Strassburg. M. Dran A! ban and the X-Hay apunraluy he is 1191113.. lo inspect Ibalea of cot I on and siiiillaiybiilky drUcles. tou- itjnod 10 Germany from the port of Boston to ascertain if wutniii conlrnband goods. Once Again We Will Sell Any Article In the Store AT COST TOMORROW i (SATURDAY) Make out your list and see what you can save C W.GRAY No Phone ;