Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, FWTimJAUY 13, KM5 1'ilK MOTfi I! It I B OASLY H 15 It A L PACK SffiVEN List Of This is our first Hat Uiis year of Saturday JVig'ht JJargviins, worth, coming down tonight after suitor for. Quantities limited in sonic lines so ho Oilier bargains not listed on display through out the store. Strong Barrel.tes, good dasps, reg. "J5C Einhroideries M'orth up to for Ladies' Cross Bar Mas. Kerchiefs G for U5o Fancy .Rlblion I'oi1 Hai-r Bows, for 1 and 85.00 Xomo Corsets on salo gg. Yard English Prints, for...... Pillow Cases, tonight only, each...... 42 inch. Nainsook, extra, special....... Men's Sweaters up to tonight. Men's. Kerchiefs, feir ]oo. fonighl Men's So and Button Shoos......S3.85 Moil's lined Mot-.ha 52 Men's best Fleeced Li nod Under- r. pet1 Caii for Help and Yet-- You let UKXI surfer and I'Uf-o to iv ear glasses IhHl, would speedily sot IhiiiK-'- :ind do away entirely v-ILli IhojiO- liea-dachi's -anJ kindred by lio.-vorlcd vision, It's Your if you ruljel nsainst natnr? that only needs and Should hiive Our in o u u T a backed up by scion title re- search and luin-.v-hy.v IUJJUL iis.siirL- jMilroris of (on'ect diagnosis and po.-i- Livo acc'-nnu-y in our profee- L-ion 01' sight. Eye Specialist in charge of Optical Department. THT. CITY'S LEADING JEWELER. established 1S93. who liaui not joined llie A.Y.I'.A, will I he; niiido welcome. Tin' 01' I'Vmstu (in-j ;i iirin; in UK; Si. j at 'i tor n Tho Rii'lK' hcckey of 'was niilorlniJiGil Jjy llin fowl girls' al'ter thij game last St. AiiHabtlii'n iiii'H Pre-sr-nu'd a itp- oi' 10 and 12 o'clock, as tlie hoekryUi; friunils mndp. merry. Urn1' shiiicnU; I tteru served at 11, Syne" nuns' by t'ic K" i Ihu conclusion, and nT rcfii1 utation lo Liio TIM! Ailull of U'eidry j at JitjliH; of OK: leaeiier, hi: ,1. 1C. J j on Tuesday evening m .LI lo ui Di'.ANJ) Tin: cif i'n Mary ttiok I is liulicvrJ to iininiiuMiV. j 'i'hc city, wliii-li ln'c iiiiw-jjj.s virtuallv ijj by; l-he Tatar "IC Iirst ry S. Rev. M.niUiif.yii ;jcr- is aliamKmrrl hy its pop-, Conned (lie ceremony i talion, unlr UK.' Atr.stnuji Tlie full uf tl-.t- lo Us SALE Shop at die Bay Tonight from 7.30 to 10 o'clock l.'nlorcd .Mlidrns lit iiiid n-ds: ;ill 'J'i'oaf delicious (.'roam Choc- slrawlii'rry, K'Uion :vml Kiiiilki flavored RuKular UK: D'M- luiuiiil; 2 lji.ur.cls rur Silk LisJt: Hosiery Silk Lisle; Hosiery in lo III; ilnu'iilc rccr-Mion a wrm yys-j is c.vf.'cctcd (0 lirint; (o Austria a in-.', n oC ruse I cr rnduvc llir ami, il i.s mill J-L-jr.-i'.jjm hurl lu-VPtl, will precipitate for v.-aa .Mry. K. ..vim wun; I a separate jir-jcc. ;i oi.' err IN' iriMini'jd u KIIKI'I i'.r.fl wliitr and thy bride's ivo .Mi55 Uarassiu and Miss Kill'li of Chatham. Out., tliu forim-r a yellow trimmed iviil; lace and mink, and tin-.Inner pink sat- in trimmed with laco and same: fur. _ The reams flowers. pink roses and -ferns bcliii; used in tho "e o room aud ilMi'tHllls and vio- !JICC "f-'r" ,said r lels formed the ceniro the lalilo, KuMlcr, "but wr know that a. r- n' r-viipr -nl VKs [.attlc means drnU. Oc victory, aiul Miss and Hut I- a dcstrovri fleet Men's Silk lined Kid Q-lovos........51. Boys' Sweaters, up to 62.00; Tonight Join the crowds Tonight at this big1 After Supper Sale. No phone orders for goods on sale. for >S" d-' fore, nnilcr all conJiliotis, 'oc cautious; Silvester assiaicd, Master The brliie formerly Misa Ilnras- in our pro'.Tilure and allov. ourselves S1U' to fie inciteJ (o UD devil v.-hith iu. "luo." society edilor of ilus Lelli- Cnluary Merald. "Knr 'bo' tilt situation1 Croaliy. tho died if ;i sea h.illlc liok her hcuso in in v.-hich rai.'h one oi out ships took ber 95th i ear. ship in c'lt-lom u'ilh it, ana (iirhaps Corn., in GERMANY'S MEW METHOD OF WARFARE ON THE SEA N'cw York Run: Submarine farc" upon the. .enemy's merchant whips as iiracliccd. by the Germans may tie as Jmnuuie. .as limitations ot" llie suljinariiic [icnnil, but in licavy the cnnv.oE Lhii iioncuinbiitant sliiji and any JIHEEIHISIM-S ahy carrip.s aro not loxeccive tbe protection p.ntl soeiirily intornational law is siiiiposfd lo afrqrd them. :'I bopn yon v.-ill all pet nicked up before bod v.'cathcr comes said the courteous commander cl' tho submarine xauL tJto Driiii'ji .ship JJcn Cniachiui iu the Sea. after her creu- tool; to the boiil.s under orders [rom the cap- tor. Hiippily, the Irish Sea in one oi' its pai'itit; and tlie lien Cru- achan'r, crew snrvhed. liut snpposi; bad wealher had conic should Kng- llomo Tftpi cos'o the ,'iuB.ram- bnil coulrt iiroatJ. CTailua'ly in its o! .Miss McQueen, i'l-, .M.Mli avenue attacks against our Our coast South. An oujoj-a.ilii vyai, L Uio go u 10 i lliat u'hei'ijiis before tlie of Ger- (irwery Ti1 IJruiii! Fruit: I'or J10U1H1.S IQp I SSe Ladies' Umlei-slcii'ls Ladies' Underskirts or good. quality snlecn, :iecordinn pleat- ed fluuncu; regular Tonight Odilmcnt Sale of Meirs Underwear Odtlntpnls in -Men's Fine All- IVooI ami AH exceptional qualities and values. 'J'onight while they last, per garment. Jjil.fi. 5 mines in Night Dresses, iiafatice of our stock of Nfg'U Dresses mudu of bust (inality materials, square yoke, high nrck, long alocves mid Rood full sizus, trimmed wllh oC tor- 4 jffift ,-hrm laco S -UU Ladies' Whiic Voilr Blouses in a variety of the new- osi Spring styles ivith embroid- ered rroms and prctLy collars. S2.2.' valuesi on sale tor .Atai's Armbands .Men's Fancy Armbands suid Hose Supporters on sale tonight All regular pair; Tonislit ualr for..... A Boot for Miners at a Special Price .Miner's Strong-Working Boots in well selected leather; style Is Wucher; value is J-.2iJ; sizes are a to 11; Q 4 0Q Sale price >V9 Latiies' Slippers Ladies' Vicl 'Slippei's in neat 3 slrnp model; leofjier Js flns vici kid, hlKh heel; regular Just 14 pairs; Q 4 ;tt por pair ........9 I W jj-om to MumcMk'-ild be most spuut ui L'amea, _ _ __..... ___ __ severely ihrcalcnctl. Lading at- cUuiuj- i-crrcElnnonlG WGKJ served -warfare" the cnplor tempts, ii thuv were Ml girls. j for tjle of non- prepared, cou'd succeed at K eomhatimla on hoard Lbc enemy mcr- mcnt unconirorl.ilile to us. The Art and 'iAturaure Department [chant gliin, he now disclaims resnon- llcet must prolecl us under all I of the .Ma club uieeia ai sihility imd turns thnni adrift in (juiuliiicna and may accept paLLIc ul Twcll'th sircuL I l-Iis defence, of course, is tliat u'liPn it on viclory." jSoutJi on aJLcnJoon at o'- no room iu liia cramjied (juarl- In conclusion, Von ci said ihe fa'ci; that Atimiral Vishcr, Hi'ilish lirsl sea lord, had not the plans tlmt_ were The AA'.I'.A. of St. l.'iim'di nglara holdliiK a racial inihu Parish ers They inu.sL shil't fnr thenitCJiVe- ehant ship overhauled niusi sunk. do not permit ol" the rest-oration oi i these goods lo the owner. Submarine! "Avariarc" does not concern Itself _ H _ __ pursue'.-! liy I'riiiL-G Louis 01 ButU'n.- on Monday ai b o'clock. A j The captor has no prize crew put lh-3 former first sea, lord, ''can hearty invitation is extended lo all ija taken as sliorriiig England's Ji- vamiz people, bath murrteu niul Kindle, ipnlion to liu-laic terms of pcati.1 Any member uE the Adnli Uible class cvL-iilually with its Ilcnl." on hoard or lier, and ii is carry iV? i subscribe.-; io the theory that neutiiil gocds on an enemy's iner- sljonlfl ho nccouuled for by .oocis af a. iiuutnil IJiey (o go to lie bnttoni with her. The conditions destroyer. The Busy .Store. "Go Easy With That Fleet, Mister" Says German Admiral von Koester. Hcrlin via Admiral compared ic- the Anslo-Fuciich-Kus- Voii Kocstcr. of ths Ocunaii si.in dtct is perhaps one to ionr. Tha nav.y league, u: an address at Kiel Hritisli, [icrhaps csUmatcd j university, tnriiir, rliscus.icrl (he con- German lust for imttlr. KU that: the pait is HIRV- said to themselves "Sonic' lo be played hy the German iti day tl.cy will come niiri shall be the present war. lie ricclarrd that the aijlo io assitmt; buttle in u situation relative sirangth o[ the. German Iluet i-avorable for us." WOMEN'S YOLTJXTEEK KESERVES MARCH T LONDON re SALI I who are or may become interested in tine development c" farm lands in Al- berta, and !n organizing wort fnr n-1 shift fnr I such "JevelopmenL ii S.Uti.e-'.-nr.my mor- 1Ile This be To homemaker, Into the faclory to (lie exnorlers of a neutral province, locate them on land la the best places for their several purposes, giving them reliable information, se- curing for them the cheapeal, best land available. (c) To advertise the agricultural re- sources of the province of Alberta. (d) To'effect a 'distribution of (lie population of the province, HO as to place 70 ner cant.' on farms and nou than 30 jicr cent, in urban I bring- land at present unpin- j llmvu reference'to lands icr (f) To secure a fo-rier system of ag- ricuUural credits. (g) To facilitate transportation and marketing of farm products. ibl To briug about a. condition ILaf shall do away .with tlia present large imnortatioii of agricultural products whlcli the province is capable of pro- tluciitg. R A. Howes, .principal of the School of Agriculture, Vermilllon, gave nn ad- dress in the morning on agricultural education. The afternoon session address- ed Warner, TionoraiT president of tlie United Farmere' AssciciaUou of Allierla, who spoke on farm develop- ment from a. farmer's standpoint, anri a furl her address delivered by Pearson on cine support for farm de- velopment, The evening session was addressed by Dr. H. 31. Tory, president-of the.' University of Alberta on "Agricultural Credits." He ivaa [olldived by 7ere C. Hrov.-n or JJic Bank of Commerce, on "Agricultural Credits from a Baaiker'i ic'.vpbint." !-iome cf the prominent pevsoDE In attendance were: J.S. Deunis, aeilst- ant to tlie president, 0 P.ft.; A.F. Stevens, seueral superintendent C.P. R.; F. Black, treasurer-P. Burns Co.: C.P. Marker, dairy commissioner, Calgary; Aldermen Freeze-ami Frost. Calgary. The Calgary Consumers' League loprescmtert by three ladr including the president, Mrs] Fry- ling. MeraUera n( flic Wojnen's Volunteer Reserve on Uisir first route march through Lomlon. Tlie object o[ the ia lo train a body or skilled firsi nid: rookins, ritlins, driving, tlie management, ot" and inarJ-Tsni-iuship, tbe corjw is fully trained It is the inten- tion to offer it to llie war oCttee. mm 10 BE LI Tlio flood txl ingent, .but the IP s 1 m c-i i fion ci oi n 1 L ir h plciure shows ,0110 use to which tho floodE Imvo 'been put. proved n great dutritoenL iccsafal of liio Fii; aadiau AJI ofriccr is seen directing Cnmidlan ciigincer corys la fttc construction Olds. .Alberta Tai-m Development Convention open- ed ben1, this morning, under the aus- pices of the Provincial Government, aim the IncIuEtiinl and Publicity asso elation of Alberta About one hundred ouLsido paints were represented. Those w'ijsent wore welcomed by Mayor Kinney of OMs. after which Mon Duncan' SJamhall. Minister of Agriculture for Alberta, delivered an i ittSdresa un "ijivcstocl; as an aid to farm ilfcvtlcmnimt." This was follc-.v- or! bv n report drawn by the com- [mittee on plami previous to LJie morn- jiny session, which the regult of 'the preliminary meeting held in Ed- j uioiiton on January 2 laut, It was decided to ftrui tills orsniiization. r Tlie orgtinlzalicn IE to bo called the Albsrta Rural Dfivelotmiiint League, Jand will conciat of honorary president, nrosidcut, three vlcc-yreaidents, scc- rotary, trcnsiirer, executive cDmmli- tec of six members; members of lea- gue to be persous interested in Us ob- ject, membership fee one dollar per year. With incorporation, tho league organized into a working: body with entire management, of its affairs liannisd tiy llie executive coniniittec with power to act, and the chject of the league is set forth ;is followK: (a) To secure ihc co-operation of all BUSINESS LOCALS The Douglitpra and Maids of land arp holding p.n initation dance in the S. O. E. naii on .Monday, Feb. Ifi. Invttnlions may ibc had by phoning or 321. Gents ijOc; Indies "The Hymns We All Love1 leA Song Service Sunday Evening at At the Salvation Army Citadel POPULAR HYMNS, WORDS AND MUSIC SOLOS ACCOMPANIED BY BEAUTIFULLY COLOR6D -ILLUSTRATIONS EVERYBODY WELCOME.