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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1915 THE L E T II ft R I D G E DAILY HERALD PARE FIVE P! ADVU P ULAKlYEi THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 Acadia Block INTRODUCTORY Three Rousing Sale Days Commencing Thursday and con- tinuing Friday and Saturday Featuring scores of specially purchased linos bought away under value for this semi-annual seaaon-opeiilDg cvcnl, together wiih dozens cf ppcc-tal sale lota whi-cli wo have cni'ofully cho.sen from every department of the store- by renson of llioir nuiLaullity to present uricecl at a third to a hair than regular to make the values THE BIGGEST RETURNS YOUR MONEY EVER DROUGHT YOU IN ANY INTRODUCTORY SALE FEATURED HERE. Prevailing conditions have coiupelletl jnanufactnrcrs to otter lower nrlons on clearance lots than ever before, and Uiis, logether with the closer margin of prollt we oxpeet these daya on all lines o[ mcrcbiinrtisc, makes such splendid reductions for this three day all tiiu ;T-J In this limited space we can only itemize a few of the bargains featured, but they may be taken as an example of scores of other equally attractive savings that await you- here. GREAT THREE DAY EMBROIDERY SALE Regular 25c, 35c and 45c A truly offnr, Jnclnding- width a up 1 io 18 IncheB In Edgings, Flouncinpa and Corset special sale we have been foaturijig at 25 aud H5c, up io SGc, -being partially included for quick clearance Thursday, and Salurday. Thcce arc undoubtedly the cheapest embroid- eries you have ever had the opportunity of pur- chattfng (n this or any other city, and no time should be lost In securing your supply, for while quantities are large, the price is BO low and values so extraordinary thai we anticipate a quick clear- ance, WONDERFULLY CHEAP RAW SILK 50c Regular 75c and 85c Values. While silks are advancing in price as every one knows, this line is 'by far ihe .best value WR liavo ever been able to offer, made possible by a spec- ial early purchaSB of a bargain lot some months ago, which haa just come to hand and offered tomorrow for the llrst time at the price we had originally intended to sell it for. When this lot sells out It cannot be duplicated, 80 we advise quick action an quantity ic limited. It comes {n nice even weave, 33 Inches wide, splendJd weight, natural color only. Turkish Towels 35c 65c Per Pair. Extra large sue and heavy worth a third more, brown and while stripe. Apron Gingham 15c Ragular 20c value. 40 Inches wide, blue and white B, guaranteed washable, Table Damask 65c Regular (1.00 Value. Extra heavy weight, 66 inches wide, full bleached, dainty floral designs. French Crepes 25c Regular 40c Values. A.11 perfectly fast colors, plain shades eky, pmk, tan, helio, etc. Crepes 15c Regular 25c Values. Dainty crepos and striped fords in very neat design; all ivas liable. Linen Suitings 25c Lovely (luality, soft finish, pure linen, colors sky, hclio, tan, green, etc. Brassieres 65c Regular Value. Perfect fitting, elab- orately trimmed with embroidery, fastened at front or belt adjust- ment Ribbons 15c Regular 25c Values. Splendid quality taf- feta ribbon, four to five inches wide, In all the wan tad colors. Introductory Sale cf Newest Dress Goods SPECIALLY PURCHASED LINES WORTH UP TO In Plain Colors, Stripei and Checks. Neat novelty weaves, in fine soft finish, pure wool, also serges and whipcords in na-vy, black, Copenhagen, grey, mahogany, brown etc., and in addition to tfteae a splendid variety of new- est checks in widths ranging from 38 to 4-1 inches; colors navy, brown and black with white. All new and particularly attractive materials wonderfully cheap for this Introduc- tory Sale. Hand Bag's S1.95 Worth up to A splendid variety, black only, very strong and the newest shape frames, some leather lined. Rajah Waists S2.50 Regular Value. Made in newest atylc, natural color only, low neck, drop shoulder, long sleeves, all sizes. Perfect Fitting House Dresses at less than the making would cost Alade of aplencljil iiunlity gingham In neat checks and plaids, all guaranteed washable; splendidly sewn throughout and made and finish- ed in the very fcest possible way. This IB a line we were fortunate In purchasing at a price much below regular value to take the (ot, and we have found by far the best we have ever shown even at prices up to and Make- a choice early as they are going fast Final clearance of Satin and Moreen Petticoats at less than the material would cost you S1.65 To ,buy enough Satin or Silk Moreen for one of these petticoats would cost you considerably more than we ask for Uie finished garment, even If you bought the cheapest material and are made of good dependable materials that will give splendid sen-ice. Paddy, mustard, helio, nell rose, navy, tan and black. All splendidly proportionrd, cut In liberal remarkably bargain nl the three day price. Corset Covers 35c 3 for 91.00. Regular 60 and GQc values; made of good cnmbri-c elaborate- ly trimmed with heavy Cambric Gowns 65c Regular value. Made In newest slip-over stylo of good cambric trimmed torchon lace. Crepe Waists Regular Value. Crepes and Voiles In best styles, low collar aud turn hack cuff of Homan a tripe or self material. Corset Sale 95c Regular ff.SO Value. Pcrfycl fitting models with ex- tra atodomon reinforcement; all sizes. Silk Boot Hose SOc Regular 75e Value. Rxtra fine quality, lisle top and foot, all ladles' sizes, black and white. Apron Sale 25c Regular 36c and 40c, Check Ginghams and White width; Lawns Jn wide length. waist In addition to the above, scores of other equally attractive bargains are displayed on counters and tables for your CO. Fob. sixth minimi son K. MrCulliim I. W f'owci of Ihe A Iberia Assui-i.ajou H'. (inml J. U. JtaUruy N. A, Ilurul Municipalities I his morning' in I'agcl. half wiiii an tciuiiiucr of i'rf delegates iiorii wit parts of tin: province, whom John I'crric, i j inter oE municipality, ;md .Join Sluuficr, M.I-1.1', foi1 DNi-sljun TJiis moniiug'.s .session '.MIS taken j) wILlj ihe ri-yislration oi dnU'nutOB iiiul tins (if Lhe exci-ulivr and veil i.'roji I'ttiTie, jjjinisioi -ji jiirairs llindt: O. A. Iln inn- Morns McirneiisiMi .1. McLcIIiui c. Ht-nLl Kulit. Me- ul U." I'. August Lind-i Imuiiciiil reports which'won- jdoulcd. McL J. S. Katie; K. K Kim C. j 'One uf tho most miporlaii! innMcrs) L. Annxs Donald) Uotifhed on (ricniliiilil 1 Cameron T. Ramsay, .Ini-i was that of "the medical and nurs- Km I-'. D. A. II. Kliy j ing can; 01 setllcrs in miilyinj; Oi-jpo S. Cininsoii j districts, and (.here wus suinf slight I'lelliUi fi Smith I.. Tup- (iistassif" comniiinicaLionK from Sir John Krcnch, commandcr-in-chict tlie Uritish ai'iny in the field, for which the war office niraiitreil as u cuu'JCMjyi] In public dtinaud for Dews Loncernuig inf-. progress oi war, was made public by the of- ficial information liureau today. 11 is as foJloivJi "Sine? our suc- cesses near Lnbassec at the bceiiniiirig uf la-it -.'.'pek. ihcie has bcm less ac- 11: tSiii ai'ca. We nevertheless made further in Hi is1 (jusrler .iiiil OH t-hs 1-Hh ;i valuable point was secured with loss We have consoli- dated our hold on l-hc ground zainrii and conclusive evidence has been ob- laineil (.hat (he enemy's losses in t'ho receni. fighting thereabouts have been severe. "In the Vprcs dialrict the. aUackfd our Jirie an the )3th nnd suc- ceeded a l tirsL in gitining possession n[ a few Counter attacks ivcre made by us and (.he ground lost was recovered, some prisoners being captured. "On Iho remainder of the [ronv ihMT has been some increase in the artillery duels in which we have a marked superiority. "Direct hits have in several instanc- es been sec-red on the enemy's guns miirh damage has been done to his defences. spitf. of Ihe bad weathfir our aircraft carried out their accustomed tasks with conspicuous success. An aviator a hostile amrauni- iion column near .Labassee and drop- ped a bomb on it, blowing am- munition wagon." no nasy shooting to hit a last moving ship with a projectile irom ,a gun. A lorpedo boat moving at the rate of knots an hour will cover 200 jrards of space while a projectile from a is travelling live miles. The skill therefore, to enable Uie gun- ners on a rapidly moving ship to plant shots into a ship moving with equal rapidity yards was the case in the North Sea battle therefore little short of marvel- lous. Verily the man beu'ind tfce gun is one ol Britain's greatest assets these days. The Famous North Sea Battle Jan. 24 Through German Glasses Tlic German newspapers first the enemy, the German have commenced the publication of squadron Look the familiar echelon! r a n i-nin nn form Ji tion. like a flicllt ot steps, act! a scries ol crn-H'ilncss artlclPs OB t yi t'l pt tl% naval afiairs, ivrillcn by Otto vm j milcs) opart, ship trying by Gottberg, a author. 011 constant turning to liring as many Hie battle of January 21, in wliicli j as possible to bear. The Briiish vun Qottbcrg, writing irom inter-1 sEverc over tho engine- views with participants, mostly This the Bluccher to ers savs the Gorman squadron was: drop back slowly even before she up 01 the first class cruisers a Bluccher, Scydlilz, Derfflmger and Thc Biuecher was a mass oi Moltkc, the smaller r.ruisers Kolbcrg, names from iorebcidse to stem, ths Stralsuucl, Clraudenz and Rostocfe, oi pillar o! lire above her towering to which the last two were not cngagM, in the actual lighling, and'oi torpedo' crnlt. The Kolberg was tbe fust to the enemy, a small British cruiser ac- companied ky if overs. The re- mainder of the British fleet was still below the honson. The Kolberg im- mediately opened Tire. Attar several "Forty-five minutes later the quar- to ships ter-deck bi the Scydlitz also blaze. The Scydlitz of all the which returned, was the only one on which the tiro-homy bombardment in- flicted any real injury. Thc British were shooting at a very extreme range in order to keep out of reach of minutes, the British ship opened ivith artillery. That is probably one of her fonvarri gmis, and then be-jrhe reason f0r the slight damage done gun an artillery duel between the two! to the DerfflinEer 3Tid Seydlitz, -which small cruissrs. The Kolbcrg noted werc njt squarely. They each that several of her shells made good I Snow the mirk of a shell which struck lits. The Kolberg received two their armor, but so weakly that "it ish shots, one from a 15-centimeter 'iias not "even been necessary to rc- (6-inch) gun, and the other from a j place the damaged plate. centimeter (4-ineh) gun. Neither 11Thc shel] wjlich caUscd bue fire Qn shot did much material damage, hut (hc SGydIitz pierced the foundation oi hree men were killed and two were wounded. The Kolberg steamed alicad -nd was )1 anuing to close "'wit-Ji the cncniy. a turret and set off some ammunition, causing a fine and some loss oE life within the turret. Otherwise the Scyd- litz was undamaged. Her fighting her sister cruiser, the uas completed restored as itralsund, steaming far to their right ond a long distance ahead oi tbe squadron, had sighted the main body of the British fleet coming up, and .soon as the lire had been extinguish- ed. "The damage to the whole squad- ron, in fact, so slight that the nan cruisers around and closed the umbrella screen o! destroyers. The leet now ha-d headed southeast. The British ships had dropped >ut of -sight, and did not reappear un- ill some time later, when .the pilot of he Moltkc called attention to five big hips on the starboard quarter, that s, to Inc westward, on the opposite ide from those seen before. "The commander and the writes von Goltberg, "were slill tudying through their classes the five carcoly visible shadows on the gray raves, when n big shell struck the rater 500 yards throw up n igh pillar of water. The enemy hail iiinaskcd himself. Either five hitlier- o unreported ships had lurk- ng undiscovnrcrt behind our ships, or ise five of the eight previously sight- ri had made n iriiJe circuit eoniplct-e- v around our aquadron. Die most a tew daj'S. "Rut lut us consider the effect, ot our artillery on the enemy during the two hours of combat. The" second ship in the British echelon was the first lo waver under the severe fire of the German guns. It sheeted out of line and this third ship closed up, leaving rt Sap bctxvecn it and Ihe fourth ship. Th'! Innie duck was not seen again presumably she was the one which sank later. After a little more fight- ing the ships in the foremost group of Uie English cruisers dropped or turned about. Five shells had struck-them, causing fires. "The British, battle line was now in confusion and its fighting power was hroken. This was the reason why Us admiral broke oil the lighting and decided to. limp home. He was nn- near the (-rcrman mine fields o "The German ships immediately an- j of "Which the British rc- wercd the (ire of the enemy. In or- port speaks. The- fact was that the IT to more guns into action, I British wcic not Why "NoTea orCoffee" For Children? Many-parents who drink Lea or coffee would not allow- their lo touch. It. The to 3 grains of the drug, caffeiue, in the average cup of lea or Is 'far more Injurious to the suaceiitlble nature of a child than to an adult, but, just as COD slant dripping will wear away stone, so will Uie repeated doses of caffeine undermine the strongest constitution....... Parents .who would protect their own health as they do of their children, will-see the reason. Cor quitting both tea and coffee and using P OS T U M (Made in Canada) This pure food-drlak: contains nothing that Is harmful or injurious, IB, on (he contrary, healthful and mvigoraiing. Fostum is easy to make; has a delightful snappy flavour; and is good for both children and adults. PcslaiR Is sold in l.wo Postum, wliicli re- quires 'bolting, 1 tic and 25c packages; Inatant Poitum, which 13 soluble in hot instantly in the cup, SOc and oOc tins. Both kinds are equally delicious, and the coet per cup about UIP same. "There's a Reason" for POSTUM ;s Ijy Grocers everywhere. Canadian Posium Cereal Co.. Windsor. 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