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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 18, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THUHSDAV, FEBRUARY 18, 1915 THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE fr Lenten Season is now on and ninny peopln (ire from ciUing niont on principle. many tilings to take 1 ho place. Canned Fish bstaining We have best .Sock- if Cp eyu, 2 cimB for "fwv best Sock- oye, H can Finnan Per Can 15c 15c (Covo) Oyitero- Prr Oaii Wot or Dry Per Can Sardines Can pound 1 20c; 2 for Peao, Corn and Beam Per Can Canned Vegetables IOC 2 Cans for 2 Cans for Per Can Sweet Potatoes- 2 Cans for ___ 3U Anparagus Per Can Extra Fine Peas- Per Can 15c 20c 15c 3Qc 15c Extra Fine French Peas Per Can Ontario 26c pound; 2 for Per pound1 1C is ami 4 1 In one of our former Advs. we stated Sugar, Tea, Coffee and Rice would advance. This advance has taken place, but we hav not advanced anything except Which IB selling at, per 20 pound Our Bulk Coffee at, per pound..... Is good. Why pay 50c for a Canned Coffee2. Bulk Tea at, per pound............ Is ft dandy, We are selling- this Jlne very fast. Try i 40c 40c Pound. We have splendid harenins in and Glassware. Do yon wont a Now Set of Dishes, or are (hers some odd pie-cos of your set ibroken? Mr. D. P. Urquhart, representing Casslday Co., .Montreal, whole- sale crockery tind glassivaro, will ho here for a. few (Jays and Jiov.- would a good time to Imvo what you. require taken earc of. Farmers We can handle a large quantity of. First Class A-l Dairy Butter. .Must he niooly Will pay good prico for-Butter and Eggs. Freight paid on all orders to country points. H.A.McKillop Phones 1113 and 416. Grocery Specials Phone 1567 Quaker On Is, per p.'ickn.go............ 20 pound suck of Sugar and one pound of Jiluo E.ibbon Tea Hi. Oharles Milk, per can .............I Or Special price on Hi. Charles milk in csisc lois. iSodiis, 2 pound pnrkajres. '2 Roval Crown Soup, 2 and Lil'cbiidy Soaji, II lifu1.-; I'or. Tmnaloos, large sixe. '1 tins Apples, per case....................ifil.oO 'Preserved Pears. '2 pound lins. 2 I'or.....2m- Com and JVux. per lin lOr Preserved Prnclics, per lin ............15r. Wfig'stal'Te's Pencil Jam in.4 II) lins. each Corn Beef. 2 pound tins, Lux, 3 pndcno-es Supina Mercantile Co. Corner of 15th Street and 2nd Avenue North S. Hall spent Tuesday in c-ine Hat on his ret-urn [roin Ot- tawa. pleasant evening was spcn of Dr. J. K. L-vcring, A ver uL the iionif Third Avc on Tuesday evening by Home 26 members oi the; Builders, the adult Bible class of Wesley Sunday- school. The Matliesian ladies will cnlertain their husbands at a hauqiiBl to be held tonight at 7 o'c'lctk in Wesley j Hall. i and useful of CAPTAIN OF BLUCHER DIES AT EDINBURGH Edinburgh, Scotland, Feb. Captain Erdmann of the German cruiser BJucher, who was those rescued during the battle between British and German squadrons in the North Soa on January 2n, died here Tuesday from pneumonia. Hla [linens -was due 10 exposure suffered when the Blu-c ier 'was sunk. Captain Erdniann n-a-i one ot tbe greatest gunnery authorities in the Gorman mayor of Port Arthur and M.P. for Port Arthur, IE to assist Sir Max Aitkcn In the work of eye-witness ot the Canadian -expeditionary force, according to reports s cuiiRregation, who arr, m torts t-cd in the Guild of St. Monica, lie at the church at half past three onSal-urday aMRrnoon. 'J'hosc who feel take part in the actua work of the sanctuary, will be welcomed ;is associate members. H is hoj.id that all the old memhets will lie presenL The Superintendent of Women's Institutes lor Alberta issues the following statement of the several donations, made by the respective locti'l branches of this organization throughout the provincr, to 1-he Red Cross and BelRfnn Relief Fund. She further, desires to congratuiate each of these, WOE FOR A SUBMARINE Lifebuoy From German Destroy er Found Near Dunkirk London, Feb. A Dunkirk dis-p a. bch to the Daily Mall nays a life buoy inscrfbbed U-12, has been found on the shore at Zuydoote, near Dunkirk, It IB thought to have belonged to CL German submarine, which poa-Blbly met with CARRICK TO AID SIR MAX AITKEN London, Feb. J. J Oarrlclr, Unusual Chances to Make Your Quarters do Double Work at our TWENTY-FIVE CENT SALE FOR FRIDAY AND TEA POTS Made of the finest material, all shapes and bodies upon Llic exccllnn work done in this dirmiuii. Cowfcy S-laii.Sft, also boxes clothing, pillows, bandages, etc. Herlge also Billows, etc. Carmatigay al-jo flannel Hurts, sucks, wristlets, i-ic also J10G.OO. Cards also hoxes cuii- bandages, sheets, etc. also box cniiiniiiiiig pillow slips, towels, eVc. also clothing. A'crdant Pine ]0j Belgians. St. also ot clothing. also containing night- shirts, wool shirts, etc. Tea in' Friendly Village" is the. tilk1 of a playlet to be givrn Thursday by the Liidics1 Aid. Tlinse ivlio" remember "Counlry on by the same or- ,red no coaxinif. put [IUTTON On Hie evening of Feb. KiLIi a ver qaict but prelty weridtng was sol ctTmi7ed at St. Augustin's churcl when Miss iiJabel Louise Hutton, eld t-st (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J HuttcHi, became briilc o-r' Mr. Cy ril Major Watson, youngest son looked charming in a dress of slicl pink satin nnd Atliitp ani carried a lovely bouquet of white hy aeinthes and carnations. '1'he briih thiise was attcndwl by Vis. K. Covell, ivlio wore a gown of crushed strawberry satin and black lace overdress. iMr Eric Watson attended the groom Rey. Murrell-Wriiiht officiatea. DIABOLICAL DEVICE THAT CAUSES NECROSIS AMONG WOUNDED MEN values to 50c. Sain Price............................25c Exceptional One to a Customer. floral designs; values to 45c; choice ..........250 Shoe 3 dozen for............25C Safety pattern; Sale Price, each.........25C One pair Cuff Links and 4 Collar Buttons for......25fi Tie assortment; Sale, price, each........25C iiose sizes; riig. to pair; 2 pair for 25C Hair 25c card; Sale Price, 2 cards for 25c Glass Berry Bowls ami Vases-i- Valucs to 45c for.......25C Special; 7 25c Egg Very Special 7 .for..... and cream: Reg. to 20c; 2 yards___25C Pin 5c; Sale Price. 8 sheets......250 India and. Any size. IS bundles -250 10 Dozen nooks and 5 dozen Dome Fasteners.25C Collar covered; Keg. 5c card: 8 cards for 25C Hair or without clas- tic; special 8 for........25fi Glass Oil and Vinegar Regular to 40c......... value at 50c; Sale Price .............25C YOU SAVE WHEN YOU SPEND THE RED CORNER B. Cor. 6th. St. 3rd Avc. .special correspondent, of flic Daily Chronicle in a despatch from Paris says Albert today con- firmed in conversation with me an im- portant communication lie read pri- vately last week to the Academy- oi Medicine on tchalf of two distinguish- ed Frencli scientists, Mr. Urbain, Pro- fessor of Chemistry .it the Paris .Fat- uity of Sciences, aim Mr. Victor Hen- ri, Demonsirat-or of Hiysio-logy at tho same faculty. It concerns the use oi phosphorus by Germans iii shells. "Professor Dastre explained that he presented two cases of the use o( phosphorus in shell-'' from German '77' guns. One resulted from the em ploy men! of the poison with shrap- THE HUDSON'S BAY WEEK-END SALE Already We Are Showing the Newest in Dry Goods Turkish Towels 25c I'rlci- IK j bargain rado While Turkis counter. The; 25c Priuress Crepes 111'' PriucPKs dial hf-njtoforr nt1 a( IfSK (JiHii 27 iiicli fiiiilltfil niiiiilur ISc. The llrsl of Ilinsv Sjnifial..................... lOc .yard 1.-, Towelliny, darlr. heavy twiil wul; sofr, HJIC) hunvr s I'Xlru pur yard tOc Tahlc Damask Pure Linen Full nicLiclied Puro iifhos wide; also 7- in ot, many.pieoeH In nil from 7ric ID IKM inen Table- Damasks, OS i unbleached Danmsks; Uvular prices I'er Viinl Apron Gingham ImporlcfJ Apron Gingham, blue and white ehoclt.si cry Special Per Vard Silk Hosiery nuiifhlo. e iJiey J Suit Ulack Silk Hoairry on 25c The New Spring Footwear is in Distinctive-With many new style models LADIES' BLUCHERS Chuuse from tin Ladies' ?4.00 Vici Kid HluulmrR: smart new .style willi low heel; All sixes LADIES' BLUCHERS The tver popular Gunmcial in Jjidk'F' BluclHT Doola ill is is a regular 5-1.50 value and an exceptionally service- able -booi; Per pair GIRLS' SCHOOL BOOTS .fust ;i dozen pairs in all Kirls' .strong school hootg in neat bluclier model; sizes 11 BOYS' BOOTS Hoys' strong school in smart bluclier shape, gootl lust, .sizes 1 5; regular price JJej- Pair BOYS' SHOES I.-ilLlo Etuis' school IJOPS in S 10 10. wonli in iliu lar wf BOOTS .Miner's Cut Illufli- is from our regular slock and we specially recomnieml iL as a stvons, serviceable all sizes MEN'S PROSPECTORS Tan Prospector's Roots for men; L'O pairs to (jo on sale: wonli in the rtHiilar way. Sale Pi-ice CC CO Per MEN'S "K" BOOTS 'J'his uopuler oooi on sale this week cud; leath- ers are vici kid. and box calf, colors arc black and Inn: regular S6.00; Per Pair..... Two Big Specials f- 4 I .OU LOVELY NEW SPRING WAISTS 1 1 ii seldom, indeed, thai we huvn able (o offer such walE is as theee ai such a low fjg-ure. Sheer vollfia in ;ill the ncivest spring models: whole lahln of Ihem on di.s-plny m ANNOUNCING A SPECIAL SALE OF UNDERSKIRTS Beautiful Underskirts or silk moire in pleasing shades of vio let. paddy, rose and maize; the style lias neat accordian pleated flounce. The original price waa ?3.50- ffO Qe Snlft Price 9C.WV Crockery Specials Heavy White Cups and Sauc- ers, one cup and eaucer com- plele for 7r fleavy Water Tumblers, good shape and tixe for every day use, each ...6c Tungsten Lamps 25 30c 40 Walt 40c 60 Watt 50c Odd Places clearing at three for 25c For the Home ECRU SCRIMS 19c :i pieces of this fine scrim to go on yy.le, cream and ecrj shades, 37 inches wide; never retailed at less Limn iiOu; sale price BUNGALOW NET 23c I piece only ot" Uiis heavy cream colored Bungalow Net in ncaL design. 45 inches -wide; sti'ong and serviceable; Per Yard BEAUTIFUL SfDE DRAPES colorings in these lovely aide drapes; they are made of green repp, pretty border of rose and mauve appliqued on, neat edging, yards, complete Regular QC Sale Price BRASS RODS Brass Saah Rods, extends -15 inches; regular 15t; Sale Price 23c 10c Better Than Usual Values iu High- Grade Furnishings for Men 99c BUYS ONE OF THESE SHIRTS Sliirts for men; dozent; of designs, also plain colors, soil styles, collars to match; all values; Sale price wDC MORE OF THESE MEN'S TWEED AND WORSTED SUITS AT This week cad we are plac- ing on sale 20 more of rhesfi Men's Suits, iweeda and wor- steds, values up to on sale In a final CIO HO clearance at v MEN'S TWEED HATS Men's smart tweed hats for spring wear, mined patterns; wide range ot styles; regular to any hat for ftf) MEN'S SOFT COLLARS Plain and striped patterns in these soft collars for men. Just 5 dozen to go on sale; all slzee, regular 25c; Half price, 2 for 25c BOY6' NIGHT SHIRTS 59C Striped designs in Boys' Night Sliirta of imported ma- terials, all good weights, tra Sale Price Pure Foods from Our Quality First Grocery Section-Phone 713 Peas, Corn and Beans Per Tin Tomatoes, large size-; 3 lins for...... Lobster; pound size 14 pound size Young Kippered Her- ring, 2 tins Scout Brand Salmon; lins for Clover Leaf and Horse Shoe Brand Vfc pound size, 3 tins 1, pound size, 2 Uns for.....4Bc 10c 35c 30c 25c 25c Navel Oranges; Per dozen .......___: Apples, plump and sojind, 7 pounds for Sugar, lump, bar and icing, per pound Tea, Household bleud 3 pounds Eor 4 pounds Tor.......... St. Charles Milk; Per Lin Holbrooke's Pieties; white onions and chow chow; regular 30c..... 19c 25c lOc 25c lOc mixed; 20c Cheese; Per pound Butter; -3 pnirnds for Per dozen Back Bacon (piece price) per pound ___ Ham (half a whole piece) per pound- ___ Lard a 'pounds.......... f> pounds ..................75C LO pounds 20c 30c 26c 22c 45c who were believed to have heen heal- ed, such necrosis occurring ;i long j time after the men's apparent cure. Tho tissues hectunc cold and the tones were gradually eaten away. Symp bnlls placed in a metal recipient, toms of 'perishing' developed, and, like a bldcAvng hoy, containing some loo alas, the patients (lied of i CONTRIBUTE TO ANOTHER EMDEN an Socialists Will Favor Peace Movement After a Victory thirty balls, lightly compressed s Bother -iviih composition containing a considernblc quantily of phosphorus, oiis and phenomena '1Thc other case arose from the em-1 now been I heir inexplicable disease. j l-onilon, Feb. dispatch lo the The explanation of these niyslori- Exchange Te'legraph Co..from Amstcr- has dam SRVS that at a private meeting of put German Socialists it WHS decided. 111 ploy men t cl phosphorus in purely ex-j phosphorus in most of their shslls. j view oMhe sacrifices already made plosive shells, whcrr the phosphorus' 1-'one tra ting with balls or shell frag- the laboring claasea, not to support was placed )p small re-hnenti into Hie bodies of Ilie WDiimled i any peace movement until (lie Ger- cipient, at the Lip ot tlic cylindrical j .soldiers, this .phosphorus poisons mans are victorious on one front or the them, sometimes speedily, sometimes 'other. The leaders of the party were explosive shell In all cases the. quan- tity oi phosphorus employed was con- bidcrahlc. HOW IT AFFECTS WOUNDS i'Altenlioii was first, called to the Germans' use