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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MARCH 5, THE L E T H 11 U I 0. K i> A HE It AM) PAGE FfVI r KerrV Weekly Grocery Bulletin! The Store for the Thrifty Cucumbers, long C. and (J. Ijlc-mii'.i! 40c i SiJeeiiil for Catsup, Ulup Hrussel Acadla; 2 pound woott boxes Jjfelluco; Per pouiul 2 (ins Suit1 45c Oranges, IriK Corn Flakw; This _UC, -DC Lemons, lartfe 50c 25e 25c 35c 25e lOc Pork and an Uloutor in Oil; lias for Cuu'Ii flower, tartfe white heads, 20c Sauce, BrantTa Florida Grauc E5c Florida Grape In Tomatoes 2 for Com, Peas and Java Maracaibo; Per Pound llils Taylor's Horse Radish Per nottlc-............ Soup, C. B. Mock Turilo 40c Wellington Knife Polish Corn Flakes; 3 packages for 25c AVagbtaffe's New -Mar- inalade, per pall Sunlight Soap; 11 cakes Cor Ivory Soap; 5 cakes for 50c 25c Salmon, Uorsesh oe or Clover Leaf, Tea Garden Delicious Jam, 5 Ifb palls, only... Clark's Soups, assort- ed, sale price Wngstatfe's Jam, This Week 85c iOc 75c Cream of Wlieat; Per package CtwC Robin Hood Breakfast Cereal 15c Peaches, Pears and Apricois, 2 lins for Fancy Winter A-p- 4 extra fine I I V Suqcotash; Stove Polish; Black Knight lOc Pure Olive OH Soap; 4 for Pure Castile Soap; Macaroni, per pound lOc, and......... 25c 25c 15c Libby's Salful ing, sale price 25c Chocolates; 100 pounds New- port, regular 5Dc; On Sale Geo. KERR Co 313 Fifth Street S. Phone 1453 Prompt Delivery to all parts of city Oxland's Meats Are Growing in Favcr With People Who Wsnt to Be Sure of the QUALITY. Nothing Like n Choice Cut of Meat as A Smile Maker for the particular housekeeper or cook.. A. Rich, Juicy. Tender Out of Meal with lots of flavor makes a.dinner successful, and a pleas- ure to both those who dine and those who cook. We know hy experience what you want and select and hnndle all onr Meats so care- fully that-the most particula'r will he pleased. We never give a customer a chance to c.oin- plain or he dissatislicd. The quality never varies, and I lie price is as low as any in the city for tho same grade of Meats. We have everythino- on the'market. MK. ANJJMKS. NKltLIC'll IX ('OIKT J5OOAI Mr. and .Mrs. Ncrlicli of ivilJi j imliilable offence in aiding an tilleiffd German oflicer (o leave Lhc country, us skulc.hvtl ia ihe Toronio Polic Prosecutor Du Vcrnei. K. C. slates iliaf. lie- has receive iy ifom the Stale's threatening lilia with nil sorts of til CANADIANS HELPING TO THE FORCE_DARDANELLES LoDdoii, .March Caundn's lingent would t as opera- tions in Trarici: and Helium at the present lime 'v.-t-ru mil oncn lo Ihc work of mounted The "extrn moumrd to be indicated in a Reuier dispalcti irnups ilu: ronlinfienl [fit1 is morning, {Royal .Canndinn To- ronto ami St. to your dealer now. It brings the very finest fruit of its from California, fully ripe, juicy, sweet, firm, tender, delicious as it tastes when picked direct from the tree. Eat Sunkist Oranges in salads and them whole between meal1; anri iit bedtime. Order dozen or a box. Low prices place them within the reach of all. Picked Ripe from the to All Markets by Fast by Best Dealers in Your Neighborhood Try Sunkist Lemons Juicy, tnrt, practically seedless. most :iuraclive looking lem- quartered or halved to serve with fish, meats and tea. Pure SunkSst Lemon juice in pl.ice of dfjubt- ul vinegar adds a flain'y to scores of disbes. Beautiful Silver Premiums Save Sunkiflt Wrappen. Our buok tells 110 ii-ays of using oraniffs and lemons, also ]iow 10 t-Tchaojje these wrappers lor bunutiful Wm. Rogers Son tableware of pure silver plile. Exclusive dcsija. No refund the trifle you pay to get this silver if not satisfactory iu every way. The hock pictures the popular pieces. your copy now. California Fruit Growers 165 Kmj St., Em, Cgr. Cburtb. Toronto, Ool. .71 mounted soldiers are now fighting tli" Turks with [fie British L'.vjjudjlionary force against. Constantinople. from Athens, published this morning ihe first ct troops, forming tlie AHins military e.v i pL'dltion, iiicliitiing Canadians iiutl Hen- bus arrival and been landed al. HI'the Straits ol" Dardanelles. Hi It has frequently been staled L'nni .foimV. Cue.: di from anil iiiG ftoyal llar-a Artil- lery from Klng.-Uoii. Out. All corps are Inn were split to l.'liglrind roiniorceil rafts c? niL'i) frnw over irequfMKiy ueen uini ivun fjivm.1. ci niL-u irmu ;ui over i ;i- cavalry wiih ihe naila, L'nlisttMi Cor iho vur. Cardston Member Criticizes Borden1 Lethbridge Man Was Not Guiltv TESTING HIS OWN INVENTION CONTINUED FROM FRONT 1JAGIV CONTINUED. FROM PAGE STRAYING FROM J103I15 ialon iras gifeu Dy him, but 'owiny lo From Federal affairs Mr. Patterson the Indiscreet nction ol" the panics, bianched to discuss the merits of Mr. Harroau" hecame snEpicious. aim ihr, McUride yovernnieut in HiiLish notified the Travellers' Aid Society Columbia. LeihurldijL', as a result c[ wlilc-h Mis BOL-RASSA 1AXD UORDE.V Cameron, a. representative of Hit! iron WiHicd Garicpy, fallou- ciely, nut in an and in IQ proceed on her jour i-cl dealt at length with Jit. Jliclien- e Br cr's rcfei-ciites to I-Isuri liourissa, and ney Lo Minoi. B.nrrenu, who was corniilimentci by anil the indsp. for ihe in tevest he look in the look tin greatest jirecnuticns to see Lur. safely on her journey lo JNIiuot after E. OXLAND PHONE 6th AVENUE SOUTH. drew forth applause ior the Nation- alist leader from the member [or Cen- tre Calgary. Mr. Michciier anil Tircedie and Dr. SLauJey became reb- tire, hut the minister lo his guzis mid piled up irrefutahle cviilencc he left the train, of the connection hctwcen Hourassa Thc ]lowevei-i -wag stopped hj and Horilcn. .Mr, Clariepy dealt with aiomiled I'oiice at Moose Jaw, am ihc work of his department, impart- brougnt linti; 10 Lhe barracks at Mac ing much valuable information to the ]eod( dho ]ms gjnce house. ReverLing to the nationalists, o. v Mr. Garicpy was subjected lo scores 'a.T- aDiiearanpe -as in Mir" of interruptions. J e- r 1 lo f OUR- NATURAL RESOURCES her 'evidence apparent thai Rev. Bacon Hillocks, Calgary, fol- she had n good of the ways Imving, said neither Mr. Laurier nor and vicee of the undoi'world generally Jlr. 13orden hail the power to grant which excited considerable umnzemcni nnturaJ resources. He also arimitted 'among the Jury and the officials of the the Tory-Nationalist alliance. but, court. in the witness 'hox she was Mr. Bordcn has made good torics of. bold and flippant, and did not o.ppear them with tlie exception of Mr. 13our- to ttie seriousness of her Bituu- assa. 31r, Hillocks spoke strongly Tor tion, and in a most frank manner she prohihition and women's franchise, stated lliat the evidence she had giv and .said he was not afraid oi any en at the preliminary hearing of the influence in north Calgary. .case was untrue in many parLicnlars. j She a'iSo stated ihat she hud deceived jand disobeyed her parents on many oc- 1 casions, and lor tllo rjasL year had been in ihe habit of getting in and out CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE.! of her' bedroom window to attend dances when she was kuppcsed lo be says The evidence of the girl was, how- ever, of {i. most contradictory nature, and. .on more tlmn one occasion she flatly denied the evidence she 'had previously ginm on oatli. A girl by tlie name of Lena wlio was. ei-identl_v' a person oi very DARDANELLES place in Hw the Oiornale D'ltalid this morning. No Italian can still retain any illusions Italy will be able to continue in its neutral policy in view oi the developments which will follow the opening of tlie Hosphorous, aEIccting as they will, TlalyV; mediterranean trade as well ns the Islands in the dissolute imblls, ;md who is now reaid- Aegean .Sea under her suzerainty." in X.D., figured prominently OWIC1A1, STATKMKNT i jn i.ba trial, .and it was evident lliat London, Uritish ad--. tiie gir] .lliiUliews -had been in cnr- mirally issued the following state- responueucc wilh her since she lefi mcnl last night J anrt jt -ivas suggesteii by thej "The attack on the fortresses in defence that a previous arrangement i Hit Dardanelles continued -yesterday ]inti been inado hetwenn the Kirls The athniral has not, ror [he Matthews 10 join her at veil reported on the results obtained within the struits. j on Hie first charge of utieinptlnp to "Outside, the Dublin demolished an [procure the girl to become an inmate observaliun station on the (i-allipoli j Cf a house of ill fame, the judge inli- pcninsula, and MIR Sapphire bombard- i to the jury thai I hern was not pd guns iintl troops at various points pufHcienL evidence to substantiate Hie in the Gulf of Adramyll. charge; and en the charge of abduc- Tliomas ivith one of Edison, who 1ms been itisinimsnlti] in pcrfeuling ijiaiiy parts of th them on his birthday recently. his picture "Six modern field guns at ForL 8 tion, it was Apparent I hat tho girl had have, been destroyed, the for some time, to her own total number ot guns demolished up admission., determined to leave her to forty. home. "French battleships bombarded the Bultiir torts aod wrecked the Kuuak bridge." An oil can spout can bo extended to n.uy lenstli and in any shane by fastening a piece of wire to and "covering1 tli c wire with small i At tlie first of ihc year, according lo a government estimate, lherc were farm nnimals in tlte Unit- States, a gain in n your of about .I'.OOO. WfNTER IN ILLINOIS Springfield. 111., March droi) of degreei in Hie temperature: tho ground covered with snow, sleet and rein, was experienced In this city last night, cauyed to lines, Considerable trout'ie was telephone and telegraph Samuel Y. Ilnincs. pioneer Dorist and seed man of Minneapolis, die.'l Saturday lit 111., where he u-fi.s In discharging accused his lordship. intimated that accused had narrowly escaped H long icnn nf imprisonment and severely coudcnuied his action in. connection widi the girl. His lord- ship also expressed the hone that this experience would fie a lessor, to him which would cause him to amend his ways (n the fultire flau Jive u decent and respectable life. W. Campbell, K.C.. conducted (he case tor the Crown in n most uble iimnncr, and CcJiii Mnrleorl (Mnclond Gray) hantlletl ihe case for the de- fence in n -uicst brilliant way. 'which excited general admiration iron) in court. COWANS SOLID CHOCOLATE MAPLE BUDS Maple Buds satisfy your long- ing for sweets and supply wholesome nourishment to the body at the same time -----because they are nothing but pure, delicious chocolate and their delightsome goodness pleases every taste. ;