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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta ^^fe,:|j^mJARY 29, 1916. T:^:E I. E Jr H B R ID G E DAILY H E R AX D PAGE FI^ CLARKE & CO. THE UDIES' STORE PInm4S3 AcMbBlNk Saturday the big day oi Clarkes Annual StocJc^^ustment The biggest bargains of the entire year throughout every depar;tment of the store All the special itepls^ aind many others since added, advertised in Wednesday evening^s pai>er, and on the circulars delivered to your house, remain on Sale all day to-morrow A BRTTISiH MAOHINE GUN Major (Dr.) S. W. Hewitaon of Calgary Is expected tomorrow.    Mrs. D. R. Koss is visiOiug iriends in Lethbridgc-Calgary News Tole-gcani. ^ ^ , Ail members of the Hebeliali and Oddfellows are welcome without In-ritaWons at the llebekah dance in the K. oi P. liall tonighl. Special car service has been arranged for conveying those in attendance liome alter the function. Mrs. McKimicy of ('laiesholin, provincial secrei^ry of ihe Willard W. C. T. U. will address a Icmperanc* mseting in St. Andrew's church to-niKht at 8 o'clock. , . rs . * If * I The Nursing Mission ackuowiedges ^ with thanks tl>e followivig donatione from : Tlie Riveirvi-ew dancing clas�, . $aS>Mi amy woikcd wonders. Since that time energy has been spent by tho Brltlflh military authorities on pertectias a dos-drawn machine gun detachment. The picture shows a British outfit ready for the fi�>.' m MEAMD BY VON BUELOW-WAR M PEACE Chiabso, Italy, Jan a�.-Auetiia and Germany are growmg daily mote alarmed at the Italian Vat prepara"-tions, and are augmenting their troop.s along the Italian frontier. Germany especially is pourmiK regiments from Ba'irana into the Tyrol, rt beingi-uuddrstoDd that.tl� German general staff i is; controlling all the Austrian inilitatv plans. Prince Von Buelow, ambassador Irom Germany, speaking to Italian statesmen, ;'iu�dc4trclc�r that if provision for armament ami the concen- tration of troops on the. Austriaii,' boundaries continued the '\;enttal eiii-pires would he obliged to denounce, the treaty of the Triple Alliance and send an ultimatum to Italy demanding guarantees for the maintenance ci strict neutrality, with the alternative of being considered aii enemy. 'HAT BANK CLERK GOES UP FOR TRIAL Medicine Hat, Alta., Jan. 28.-Johii P.. Sindon, formerly savings ledger keeper for the Merchants B)\nk here; was sent up for trial by Magistrate Rae for theft from tile savings account of Donald Fisher, sheep rancher. He was arrested in London, Ont;; two weeks ago. GERMAN SUBMARINE IS SUNK' BY DESTROYER Harwich, England, Jan. l'9w Miner's 'Boots in g-ood serviceable leather, bluoher style, regular $2,25 ^4 OQ values for,................... v ^ � �f*,'^: Men's "k" Boots, the popular English model in blaok and tan, box calf and vlcl kid; regular ?6.00..... Men's One Buclde Overshoes, odd Una*, good qualities. Regular �2.00 ^4 f%g\ value tor, .....................rtce Sale Price ..... $3.00 MONEY-SAVING SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY Pure Leaf Lard; Gov't insp^idtcd^ .pir;!!). - 12hc � Fresh and No. 1 quality Choice Dry Picked Chicken, per lb. 16c to 18c Home Made Sauer Kraut, per lb. - - 1 Oc �1. iiH.fi! Phone Your Orders Early 4 5 2 JQELANY'S, LIMIT: ;