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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PARE EIGHT THE LETHftRIUGE IIEHALD FIHPAY, KEHRUARY Sfi, 1915 Fishing in Alberta THIS MONTH And we have part of the catch. We are j.' tting SHIPMENTS DIRECT from the SLAVE LAKE FISH CO. Shipments come right through. We Guarantee that these Fish have Never Been In A Refrigerator. They're fine. Yesterday we sold over Half-a-Ton. TRY SOME FOR TOMORROW Fresh Whitefish, per Ib. 7c. Fresh Pike, per Ib. Be. Fresh Pickerel, per Ib 8c. If you want FisJi that taste the same as those you catch yourself, PHONE -15? TOMORROW. j {JIT tin- inosi (iocumrnl- [ju'ulislird since lhe war be- is nn inipmcw with (Jcueral Jolirc jiiviiij; his virus nf iniliUrv piwra lions from the iKillh1 of Char- leioi to tin1 l-'iTnch IVVITH: a I Soiu- aaits. Tin--intLM-vii'iv was patniiictl by Ins liL-louR iricml, Paul iimurt, and pnnicit in dc Toulouse on Siituiil.iy last. In Ui-iiLTiil JoKrc's biUTly furnished room, [ret sijiuii'r, three armchairs ami LI table. Huarxl j and HIP C'onHnandrr-ifi-l'hiPi j into each oHirr's arms iiu a Gallic embrace of lifcloiis inti- jiures. M "Ailei1 ihe prclimiiup- Iluuni writes. "I tmuni conver- sation lo iniliuiry operations, anil .fofl'rt1 expressed lu> inmost in final victory. Uc hurt lold me the same Hiinn the very day war was rta-, Miir-ed. should lieup uiihc'lj-iiiid disloyal hands nfi tbe iiritisli W. of Mushoka. iu defending tljp financial proptisiile -of HIP sovcni menl. snltl they had been woll rccciv ed tho country, and would in dup coui-sc receive (ho approval of tlie people. Paid Passenger Rates The Premier made n statement in 1'cgtm] to Lhe ilIsenjbarkHtlon of Ibe Patricia's regiment at Leavis. He siuiod iliat tJio .Megitn- tje on which llio reghnent wont from -Montreal io Levis. not chartered, but the owners wore uniil rtues for the regiment. Tho totnl sum paid for rhe trip from .AJontreal lo Quebec was ic- the rea- son for detention of Hie rejjiniont, Sir Robert stated Ibof Uio Office had requested that this should not. bo made public. Leiuieii.? was in- formed that the governmonl had pur- c'lms-ed pairs of iliitpers for the Canadian contingents. They were made by Ames, Holden McCready at ?l.yO per pair. aboes were ordered from seven firms nt nor pair. Tho to- tal order -iri.UOO imlrn. Hovoral (juoHiiniin were nut In re- ( lo Ihe pnri'luiyu of liornea. (.lu-flaVL' JJcyer informed (Jint Sir Adnin lieclt nurclmsn'l 344 iiHnmls for tlio flfBt conUimont at AH avcrugo prlcu of The circrago Tor iiiircluiBlng per horse WUB JT.rilt. Kir Wilfrid Ln.iirlor Imjnirod when ihe aovcvhiiioiil. intended to-ap- uoidl ,'t suc'CL'Ssor to Lord Stmtlicona au h mil ccmiuisKioiiui'. The I'rciiiier replied that Sir George orloy hud been aating slnuo early last j sumiuiM- under order-In-council, and I lii.s services Jnul been n very groat ad- j in fnci'lilathm co-opcrnUon be- iwiicii the Ciimidian and honio.ROvera- j inenls. Hir Oeoi'pc I'erley- had.been jconiinlsKioned to make luaulrlea aa lo eerliiin fondllioiis In the alntiiH of tho and unlil ihe Premier and his 'fdlleagtica wen- aide confer witli i Sir upon ibis subject thn ar- in rcgurif to the office would continue as at present. The Premier slated in reply to ilr. LcDiie.ux 11ml. lite government does not iulrnd to Introduce logislation tliis BOU- sion io rn-imluirse tfie depositors of the Kiirmers' Bank. FIRST VICTIM OF GERMAN SUB- MARINE WARFARE shows where British steam collier Dulwicb was "blown up while rosBlng the Channel from Hull lo Rouen. Our First Showing of SPUING HATS in ail flit- Latest Colors and Styles. LADIES KIXDLY INVITED TO IN- SPECT SAME. .310 Third Avenue Hill Block BERLIN THINKS HER BLOCKADE WORKS FINE Berlin, Feb. 24, via wireless to rfny- dispatches Berlin from Dutch and other ports or about remedying them Some'Germans have lost more than ,01 these Kenerais mv best coin-- 000 nirn, yes more than the .North set torch mat everyday radcc; hu't] while ioTe aiy fviends, Ij who will never reappear on anv bat more vessel? taken off the runs trora Xorth Sea jjoinls to the British Isles. euery cell and fibre of the body demands pure blood, but drugs, extracts and alco- holic mixtures are useless. Nourishment and sunshine are nature's blood makers and the rich medicinal oil-food in livens the blood to arreat the decline. It aids the appetite, strengthens the nerves and fortifizi ths and entire system. Free froa Harsfol Rshje Snlijlitntca for SCOTT'S warfare is war iiself raihec tbao Jlwni, even crnatc ncw ones. Ii tin strategical The keenest pi lighting must Co the niost complete knowl-l'nusln l imagine the word attniio edgcVc oi liUle value if to-tliem arc Jlas no not adtlecl certain qualities of nction. is a mistake tp-supnose ilia i 'Such are the oi'nny army that is beaten can i U'ar iJiat it is Mieir peculiar ai.tribute-indefinitely into trenches ihax chey paralyze the rarest lacul-' army that't retain the ascend lies in men oi merit. That'js what ancr is very near panic. Now the as happened to some Oi my chiefs. They ccndancy belongs to us there isn' could not do justice .to their merits. the slichteEt doubt of that. 'Observing those deficiencies, Ij "Under the fire of .our array th Ladies Are Invited To Attend Our WEES' WE WILL SHOVv THE SEASOX'H 3TEWEST SHADES AND STYLES Soirfli of WE TAKE PLEAS TIKE .LV AXXOUXG- THE VJRW OF OfM! EARLY SPRING OPENLNG. SHOWING ALL THE LATEST PATTERNS, INOLUIHNG THE Gage Hat WE CORDIALLY jyyiTE ALL THE LADIES TO ATTEND.