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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta mi UMcniPTiON rates: aiiiTered, per year..... $4.00 ^by'aiall. pet year...... �.00 ir/by innil, per year.... 1.00 hand ^iHj carvfng STUjrkftjf - ov ^sUylng . / TELEPHONES: |6u8ine�S Office ............... 1252 ^^d'torlal Office ............... 122* wWw. *;feen foiled, and while be temporarily drove forward at St. Eloi, he ^n-as not Icnly forced .back, but lost an addl-Itional line of three trenches southeast of that village, li;! In northern Poland the enemy is Biaking: formidable preparations to reduce the fortress of Ossowetz and ?2��nysz, his object belns to secure _.jBsession of the long line of fortified 'j^sitions from the Niemen to War-[Haw. Flineing the Russians attie of much significance looms up. jjltsly has arrived at the parting of ihe ways (between quiescent neutrality, and offensive action. The impend-fall of Constantinople must make |i'er. qnickly decide the role she into play. If she IntendE to hold jjiat she lias been striving'for in her. Jplomaxsy, her place as a Mediter-jaaean power, there is nothing for ir (but to join forces speedily with AlUe.s. � - Tho^j^nqjiirJ^* InW "^the inilitla^ boot soa'ndail zevoi^li iihat fact that laV'man hoU posUioiis oi Inspectors In the factories. You haven't heard that Kitchener has s�nt any untrained soldiers to fight tile Oermnns, Germany sinks a U. g. merchantman and seizes and tows into port a Swedish steamer laden Avith wheat hound for a Swedish port. If Uncle Sam and Sweden can stand for such piracy, they ehould not complain of the Allies' btoo&ade-, seeing that tho Allies have the. ships and tlio men to do the Jofb. f)lCKED UP IN ASSINGI-1 ..... ..- � * ' ��� > FOR THE BUSY MAN :HoW ABOUT qrowing BEETS7 Tfie sugar factory; Raymond will m for another,;!y:Bar; At-least the inference... We know/it is ijmoving to iiyton.i/TJtali.ias was iitesded. Here is the; chan,o:^- of the mth: iaimers..; : Here^js .rjuat what eyf have be6n-i'wBitog'--fpr. When ^\e',4ompany was jaSan^nt'iand refua-tb consider proposalslo keep the t^i^'la Alberta, the fahners made J;:sorts of promises-to grow beets .order to get ;the managenient to ^ange Itb decision. .Now "they may. kre ,a, chanceto live up to these rottusea..:: ' ' � . . |H6re is a chance,, for every Board; Xnde in Southem''AEbeirta.;. So if ar sttaHerald can learn the dismantl-riof the plant has not proceeded so ,;|hat the company would not put ; ii� shape if it saw a two or three Bths' run in sight. Boards of a^e;.get (busy, get the farmers to |oir-enongh beets this year to make Is^ profitable that the company will j,TRto sUy. The outlook is bright, 8S8.|tactory. is stiU there, all that is |eded 'SOW is someone to head a big le^growmg tcampaign. " , lidward William Melville, aged SI, a Crimean war veteran, who has lived near Saskatoon for seven years, IS dead. The elections tor tha Yukon Council held on the 4th inst., resulted in the return of five Liberals and five Conservatives. A contract .for tJio consiriiotion of a 10,000--ton steamer for the Great Lakes has � just -been booked in Detroit by ship-bUiiding concerns. Port Arthur shipping men look for Lake navigation to open early in April about three weeks advance ol the usual time. .;$;ouncil will all county the province to join; with it in !r.'m^otializing the Legislature to ~ hare iirionicipal elections every two years" instead of every yearns at present.' ;Wm. Bradley, his son.aged five, and his, .wife,^ of Newark, N. J., were found dea"d,in their liome by'a.neighbor ; recently., The, police think that 'Mrs. .B,i:adl^>; shot her husband and Son iw?i':,ciuari-pl .'and'then committed suitide.,' .'-.-iJ.,, " 5i*.'--*in*Ta,arjOJf,..,^oti^lessisville, has has been app'dirited "to the legislative council of Quebec to represent Kennebec in succession to Hon. N. C. Cormier, also of Plessisville, who died recently. Mr. Lavoic was formerly member for Megantic.inthe, federal house. VenerablQ Archdeacon' Fbrtiri^ of Holy "Trinity church, Wiimipeg," celebrated the 50th anniversary of his induction into the Anglican ministry, and -the ,48tii anniveisary of his in- V.'IS for of ask duction^^-as rector Sunday. of Holy Trinity, S(kANT THE GARDEN LOTS ^ring's here. We've had ooir first l^Qiat .are you soiag to do about lltfvMant garden plot? I i^liiiahbridge has talked In other Jira about cultivating vacant lots, "'^o far it has eluded in talk. Nin^ fifteen is the time for action. t hottBehoider )n -Lethbildg^ i- cultivate at least. one -vacant year, if we know how ntany [(} of dollars' worth of vege-\are shipped Into Lethforldge for home consumption the %q>uld stagger u�. And in this �patr)otiam and production, Senary doUars'irWorth. of produce -�*ii; looks jag if'wo. had a-mlghtx 'IjMvtunity .to do 'our-own little "- ivement will only succeed if up generally and piished. ittjGarden I/ot Clu!b would, do or^ryatallize a plan and put _j^]D�ftKqn a .working baals. Ar-aeatrLiniKlit be made by siich |l>::^;haW; the,, city plough gar-iBJinomlnal figure. This would .cbattle, buglit Vtb/-com6'; forwa.rd, meeting and getvtUe movement way. The opportunity is too to pass up, but Urn? iris fleeting! to hurry up, ' - ik'the JCarl�ruhe is next. ig arrived with a fine shower, jftll,hope it proves a good omen. lis deliberatinf, iwhetber to Jl^j/With . both feet-and have a When did you ever have a Chance to Buy General Merchandise at such low prices as we are offering yqu ? Read The Following Prices Carefully, and MVE MONEY ^^^^^^^^^^ .  -^^ - � ..... :.;V ������ / - .. The Bentley Company Limited Bankrupt Stock will soon be a thing of the past^ then your chance is gone for ever Sweaters Misses' and Children's Sweaters Regiilar il.50 Sweaters........  .75C Regiila.r $i.7'o ) ...... . - - SOC SI.00 Ladies' Waists lleo-ular -$2.50 Ladies' Waists . . .$1.25 Eegular 13.00 Ladies' Waists ..-$1.50 Kegular 83.50 Ladies' Waists . ..$1.75 Eegular-S^.oO Silk AA^iists......$2.25 Regular $5.00. Silk Waists . . . . . .fOO Tweed Dress Goods Regular 75o Tweed Dress Goods . . . Regular ^^1.00 Tweed Dress Goods. . Regular Sl.25 Tweed Dress Goods. . Regular -$1.50 Tweed Dress Goods. . Reg.l-2.00 Tweed Dress Goods.. .$1", Embroidery lOc. Embroidery for...............5C 15c Embroidery lor.............tVzC 20c Embroidery for............-  lOC 25c Embroidery for . . . ... . . .. . 12^C Five Hundred Pieces for you to choose from. Groceries Tliei'e is still a buncli to clear Corn, 3 for Regular 20c Matches; 2 ^or ....... Reg. 40c Dr. Price's Bak. PoAvder.. Reg. 40o gallon tin Pumpkin..... Regular lOc'Jeily Powder, 4 for. .. Reg. 15c.Snap Hand Cleaner. ..... Regular lOc and 15g Stove Polish. ., Reg, 25c.'bottle of Vinegar ........1 Reg. 60c lb Shelled Walnuts, R)... .3 Reg. 50g gallon Vinegar for......30C And dozens of other lines tiiat must be sold at corre-spondingly Ioav prices. C c c c c c c c c a The foHoW-* ing fixtures are how For Sale and k\\ in first-class condition Slielving and Counters 14 Silent Salesmen 2 pair Oonntel* Computing. Scales r 12 Ton Scale Display Fixtures 2 Safes and 2 Desks 1 Roll Top Desk 1 F\at Top Desk Oiie 0-Drawcr Ca^ih Register 2 Small Shoe 1 Meat Cutter 1 Electric Coffee Mill 1 Electric Fan Display Fixtures Display Forms Wax Figures i i 1 Delivery Wagon ; 1 Rubber Tire Buggy And lots of other fixtures too numerous to mention Comforters Regular |4';50 Comforters for . . .$2.50 Regular |5.00 Comfoi-lcrs for . . ."$2.75 Reo'uhir ^5.50 Comforters for .. .$3.25 fl%u1ar r$r.50 Comforters for .  .$4.95 Madras Muslin .^$1.00t^Iadlt^s'�kusli]ls Cor........SQc ^^1.35i^Ta;dras']!it^s]ins for.........75-C I^umerous other lines for you to choose  ' ' from. Cushion Forms .....Wfi/liavvq'about. 50 Cushion Eorais to '! clear.'' S61d regular for -St-lO'. J5ankrupt \\ Price 65 cents Yarns All colors in Pine Yarn, sold regular for ,10c and 15c. Take your choice of the lot for . 4,mm^>S^ntS; a skein Odds arid Ends HARDWARE, ' ' ^ GRAXITE WARE, Ci^^OCKERY, brooms, ...sto'niiI'War.e; � .-. ' Thci'c is still a good assoj'tment in t]jes6-'liues-tJiat will jjc sold re^aj-diess of I cofst. T^(^p1i-;tl,i.eni oyej'.'- It will Pay You to Read Carefully the Above Price^f fegt^J^yrar^ the many lines that we have to sell at get-out-quick prices. Remember, this is an absolute close out The Entire Bankrupt Stock The Bankrupt Stock of Bentley & Co. Limited Being Closed Ofil by the B^C^ ]]feit ;