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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta �PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBUIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 191G flSS The Home of Pure Foods )RANGES. Suuki-!. Uiiii sUinnrd aiul juii-y.- i.-^-ilo?.. 35c. 40c. -ssc. and .................... 50: ORANGES. Siinki'!' ''= LEMONS, lury.' Mr.f per iIu/.mi .............. ^9c GR-APE FRUIT iCalifoniiai .-^pfcial. A for .. 25c GRAPE FRUIT, luiioy Floriidi. 2 fov ........ 25c APPLES, fancy Wiilesaps. per lu>x ...... S2.75 RIPE TOMATOES, per 11).................. 30c CUCUMBERS. lai-!;e. hot house eapli ;....... 30c HEAD LETTUCE, 2 lor .............25c HOT HOUSE LETTUCE, per lb............ 35= CAULIFLOWER, large white heads, eaeh .. 25c GREEN ONIONS, per bunch.................5c RADISHES. 2 bunches.................... 15c CELERY, per puiiii.l ....................... l-lc BANANAS, tier iloz......................... 35c SWIFTS COOKED HAM, nliced. per lb..... 40c SWIFTS ROAST HAM, sliceil per lb....... 35c PEA MEAL BACON, per lb................. 30c NEW LAID EGGS, per .lo/.................. 25c CRISCO. iwo si/es. I'.ne ami ................ 30c SALMON. Ked. '^s, 2 tor .................. 25c SALMON. Clov.m- Leaf, '-js................. 15c SALMON. Clover Leaf. Is ................. 25c YARMOUTH BLOATERS, each ............ 16c KIPPERED HERRING, each ................ 16c HERRINGS in TOMATO SAUCE, 2 for ---- 25c HADDIE. Tliislle Hraiid. .-a-.U .............. 15c LOBSTER. Us. each ...................... 30c SARDINES. Olaf Uraiul, each .............. 14c COD FISH, I Arcadia 1 per box ----......... 35c BRAND'S Al SAUCE ...................... 15c CEREBOS HEALTH SALINE, per liottlc ... 45c PEANUT BUTTER. Heiu;: or .M.l.ar.'u's. eacli iar ...................................... 25c SUNLIGHT and IVORY SOAP. 11 cake- for 50c R. C. and G. W. SOAP. : cailoli-u.s ISMAIL IIAKKT 1 Keporled to be new Turkish war i I minister, succeedin!; Knver Paslia. ; i who is rninor will also iic advocated in or-; der to promote saiiiigs in t>rdc assist ill tinaiK-iiii; future war loans. The ca:ii|,>aign will e^vrtnd over or ciglit weeks, and it' will b at once in tiie west. to .si.x le,^UU To Cure a Cold in One Day 'lake LAX ATI VI-: BllU.MO QI'l.Nl.Xh: Tablets, llruguisis refund nioiiev it it tails io cure. H. \\". (Iruvo's signature is (ju each bo.v. 2.',c. London. .March 22.The war ofhce ; tiuilKht made public the followiug of licial coniiuuuication: ".\ further report has been receivid I from Kftypt regardini; ihe liberation j (U" ill prisoners who were in tlip liani's I of the Senussi tribesnieu. The rescue' I expedition, which was entirely separate from Ihe action of .Marih 14th. (when the Mritish laptured Sollnnii I look place .March 17. I '.Vine arinoreil cars. 2i; other cars �and lo motor ambulances left Solium ' at :'. o'clock in the morning, .truided ) riy ('apt. Uoyle and Iwo natives. The ' [irisoners were said lo he at Bir liak-\ im To miles from Soiuni. out the act-' nal distance travelled was about 121 I miles. ".At tlie approacli of the cars the Isuards fled, 'uiii iiuy were pursued i'lnd killed. .All the cars returned safe-i Iv. b; iiipini; back Ihe prisoners, who ; are being cared for in the hospital. ; Tlieir condition is reported as satis-' facioiy. Only two prisoners remain ; in the hands of the enemy and there 'is some hope that they may he res-ued." ;  Lovely Silk and Ser^e Snit.s NOT'KILLED IN PRICING NAVY OR BLACK ^Qfi SUITS, $15. up to ... V�5U POPLIN CORD SUITS, .N'avy. (Irey and Tan. $20, $25 and ............ $30 Some Moi'i* Now S|n'int� Coals OPENED UP TODAY WHITE CHINCHILLA (J� 1 A COATS............. �plU WHITE BLANKET (t�1 I COATS, $7.50 and ... Jp 1 1 FANCY HONEY COMB STRIPE COATS on cream (Jjll CA i,'rouiids ......... �pll .DU SILK AND SERGE COMBINATION SUITS, very spe- (hQA cinl values al $25, $28 . pel s line ler yard X%J\, By far the best and most attractive range of Wash Dress Materials This Store has ever shown Vtdles, Crepes. Delaines. Organdies. Wash Silk. Mixtiiies. I'oplin.s. Piiiues. Striped .lo'ffre Sull-ings. and many other popular lines, and the prices are moderate in every instance. I'rites range from 15c per yard to..... 90c Tlie Paris K.vcelsior iirints a strange story of the effect that Krederick .M-belt Krupp. head of llie great Krupp family, who was suppo.sed to have died in HM12. was living under an assumed nanip in .America, e.xiled by the Kaiser. The stor.v has been circiilat* d tor soini; time. A dispatcii front'LontUiU .Man h IS. reported thai an armed lar seciion umier the command of the Duke of Westiiiiiisl/r hud, rescued. 2.1 miles west of Solium. Imi . shipwrecked sailors who had landeil on th-' Cyrenaeca coast and been seized by the Senussi. The above � lomniunication probably refers lo this incident. Boys' Suits, Hats, Caps and Hosiery for Spring Wear Now Ready BOYS' SUPERIOR TWEED SUITS lor C ages s to 11 years . .'............... ^~ttS O BOYS' FINE QUALITY GREY. CHECKED TWEED SUITS, $1.25 HEALTH SMALL BOYS' SUITS at $3.50 $4.50 and .................. rY GREY. CHECK- rt�/J 7 P , S lo 14 y. ars . . . �PU. � 3 S5.00 HATS FOR BOYS AT ANY AGE All the new shapes In l-''clt Hats I'or present wear. At each 65c, $1.00 and ....... $1.50 CLOTH HATS. In many styles. All now I'ach 75c to ......................... CLOTH CAPS for all ages. ..XssorUHl Blylcs from 25c up to ........................ HOLY TERROR RIBBED COTTON HOSE. A regular boys' hard wearing slocking, 'he best at the price. .\ll sizes U|i to 10. S|ieeial np per pair ............................-.... -7- THE SI LTD. We have just unpacked a Shipment of the Famous FILTER. Prices $8.00 and $12.00 E BRIIIS insmithing - Roofing - Furnace Work We Now Do Our Tinsmithing, Etc. at 326 6th Street. Opposite the Herald. We always have experienced men. LET US GIVE YOU PRICES OUR MOTTO IS QUALITY HAYR Office Phone 1184 CORNER 4th AVE. 5th ST. Store Phone 575 iToronlo (!lohe,i Tliose who critirl/.e the .-\s;iuith cabinel because it falls shoit of I'rns-sian .eUlcieucy fall to appreciate the raci IhSit a yawning gulf lies helwenn Urillsli and (lermuii ideals. Su (Uie with truly Arilisli instincts will lliid fuiill Willi .\lr. .\s((uiih i'or refusing lo copy I'rii.salan iiieihoils. Vol this is where Xorihcliffe crilicisiu falls foul of Kriiish ideals. Lord Xorthclin'e and his abettors on lliis side of iho .\tlaiitlc cominil Dm blunder of divorcing the actual conduct of the Moid nperatlons from the Issue.s al stako in the war. Tlio luiiids of Britain arc clean in all Un' slages of diplomacy that iireceded the outbreak of liostlH-tics. .Mr. AHtiuitli rightly interprets the national sunliinenl when he resolutely resists all tninplalioiiH t(i gain niilltaiy advaniagu al Un; e.^iiensc of HriliHh, honor. Tho.st!, for e.saniple, who urgri llie. govcrumenl lo avenge tlie sliiughler of iunocenl non-com-balaniK liy reprisals nsalnst non-com-ImtanlB in tlerinauy lire evidently obsessed by the idea that liritnln ciiii emerge from Uiis conlllel with honor by ailopliiig Prussian- melhods which tlie whole civilijied world coiuleuiiiH. 'I'lie initial military superiority gained by llie eiieiiiy In lUdgium and the Halkans, and the I'avorahle economic condllions through irado with neutral countrlcs, were advanliiges wlilcli Britain could not wtdl luevent wilhoiit running couiiUu' lo her declared policy and stultifying horsidf in Ihn i^yes of Ihe world. Thn dishonest ways of llie cruokod imiii or crooked iiulion may npponr to offer great prospeclH of gain, bill In Iln^ long run honesty pays. Britain's strength today' Hps In lior inorul roctl-tudi! In the couducl of Ihu campaign, In llie diploniallc negotiations preceding Iho doclaiutluu of war. Iti the niml lost Germ.iny �'lll pay ilearly fu; every unfair advanlagc taUon in this war, itot merely through tho actual material Iohsob that must lollow the surrender of her ill-gotten gains, when llio ijo.iver to hold Uioko ndvantugen crumples lieforc the onsweeji of lliu avenging alliV*. The farther Cler-many encroaches on llie territorial rights of nUier nations the more terrible will be her punlshmeiil when lier armies are forced lo reiimpiislj 1 ijieir grip. I Had Britain liadgered neutral iia-I lions and thrown all inlernalionnl ob-i ligations to the winds, coerced neu-jtrai stales into slopping all export 'trade into (iermany, and secured a I posllloii in llie Balkans by trampling Ion (Ireete, her conducj. would have gone far lo rehablliato (iermany he-tore neutral countries, and would have weakened enormously, if not dls-laMrously, Urilain's iiiiiitary tiosilloii ; by estranging llie Kuropcaii peoples who are now"* hnr friends. .Mr. Awi|ultli'k way of coiidu(!liiig war Is Ihe British way. Britain lias enhanced her reinilalion immeasurably by her right moral atliliide llirough-oiil this war. History will judge of the success of her operations in llie field not b\ llie technical flaws In her military preparations, hut by the moral integrity ol' a nation which in its time of testing preserved i'or ilsidl' and for the world al hirgo lho.se moral foundations which are the basis of ail liiiinaii progress and national gieatr iiess, and which were so wantonly and treacherously assailed by llie 'I'eulon enemy. BARBER COLLEGE A WHISKEY STILL .Montreal, .March L'll.- In coniiocllon Willi ihe discovery, of an illicit wliis-ky still with a capacity of r,utJ(i gtil-Ions, iound by firemen al ML'I ("raig street on tlic night of -March 1(1, revealed when a lire broke out in llie rear of a barlier college at thai iium-bor, the iiropriclor of the college, .1. N. lloyer. has beim arrested. 'I'lie eliarge against him is that lio had in possesBloii llciuor in rermeiilalion. Style and Economy Good reasons why you should buy the D & A or La Diva Corsets These "Made-in-Canada" Corsctshave nil the stylo and worlimunBhip formerly found only in very cxpensivo imported corsets, yet their price is most modernle and is made possi blu only by n iplendid equipment ana liiri^e sales, Tliero is u size iind style to suit you. Sold by most corset Btoree, Dominion Corset Co., Afaau/aclartrt Quehcc, Montreal and Toronto S^lc 540 ;