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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta KU'IDAY, MAY 12, 1910 THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE EXTRAORDiNAR That is the Only Word to.Describe the Bargains We Offer. Our whole stock of High Grade Furni- ture, Carpets and Housefurnishings. sale at prices Hint make it well worth while to investigate. is on von r Bargains for All Look about your home, there are several things you need, no doubt, why delay In byyi-j whan everything marked ao low right now. Do Not Take Our Word But come right in and look at the tags on the goods, everything Is marked fn plain figures BO that you can compare the new price with the old, and see the Raving. Standard Furniture Co. HOME Of QUALITY FURNITURE. OPP. COURT HOUSE 4TH AVENUE SOUTH The most stylish foundation for the up-to-date costume is a D A or Diva corset Save money and improve your appearance by selecting a D A or a La Diva, which are made in Canada by highly-skilled opera- tives, in one of the finest corset factories in the world. Every corset is guaranteed. At best dealers, everywhere. Dominion CorMtCo. Quebec, Montreal tad Toronto. Evidences of Coming Peace The following letter lias been writ- ten to an American paper by Rev. j. J. Cnmoron, who at ono time was sta- tioned in Southern Alberta, but now at Carlisle, N. Y.: The European war which Is now being waged, anil in which ao many lead In if nation.'; uro taking part, Is a livn subject. H Is n subject in which all arc or should be- Interested from the fact that all tin; nations i more tlian over before1 iu utir world's i history are no closely linked together: I that what affects ono nation affects, moro or IOPH directly every other mi-1 lion on the face of the earth. In our public journals, daily and from platform and pulpif. the subject is being diHcunsccl. Some of tho.se dismissions as we would natur- ally expect, especially by writers of pro-German sympathies, seem prompt- fid by a bitter spirit of Anglo-phobia. And although it is difllcult.fr not im- possible to preserve a wholly neutral attitude and to divert ourselves of all prejudice yet the effect of such spirit, if encouraged, must- be to in- capacitate tho wrltan; for calmly weighing the evidence on which till truth rests. We have been reading carefully, the origin and progress of the war and have como to the elusion, as we think every unpreju- diced mind must, that Germany and Austria arc chiefly responsible for the war. British jealousy, French pique and Russian intrigue may have played a minor part, but German ambition, backed by Prussian militarism and Turkish fanaticism, have been the primary causes. It is an incontrovert- ible fact that it was while Great Brl- j tain was corresponding with the other with a view of settling their [international differences by friendly i conference that the Kaiser stole the march ou her, invaded Belgium, violat- ing the Luxemburg treaty. Then inarched her well-equipped armies into France, Inspired as we believe by the lofty ambition of playing the role of a second Napoleon extending his sway over France and possibly laying all Europe at his feet. Britain and France as a matter of stern necessity, were obliged to take up arras in self- defence or allow their homes to be Invaded, their lands devastated and their lives and liberties destroyed. The Allies, therefore, QS we View it, are fighting for the cause of liberty, enlightened democracy and Christian :IvHlzatlon and all liberty-loving na- United -States certainly in- feel themselves mor- ally bound to lend their sympathy anil support to the noble cause in which they are engaged. In a world such as HERE'S A SECRET If you want to cure that skin dis- ease of yours, you can only do so by uBine an ointment so refined as to bo capable of penetrating to the root of the disease, Zam-Buk Is capablQ of doing this, whereas or- dinary ointments remain on the sur- face skin. Besides Its wonderful power of penetration, Zmn-Buk such a strong germicide that germs cannot live where Zam-Buk Is applied.. Thup, all serms, both on the surface and In the underlying UsBues, are destroyed. Then the herbal essences, of which Zam-Buk Is composed, pro- the growth of new tissue, and a complete and permanent cure Is the result. Prove It for yourself. All drug- gists, 50c. box, or Zam-Buk Co., To- ronto, for price. IRISH SECRETARY AND AMERI- CAN WIFE emphasis and courage of conviction, that, in view of the grosa violations of 'nternatfonal law, UH- recent Arme- nian atrocities by the Turks, the de- vastation of Belgium involving the de- struction of uo many innocent lives ant] YuiUublc properly, the- barbarities and crimes against humanity which have startled and horrified the civil ized world of which Germany and hei Allies have been view of .II this it is eminently fitting and even morally incumbent thai every American history cilizen- d loyal -true to his past to his professed this, war is sometimes a necessity. Neutrality may mean Indifference or cowardice. There aro when tc remain neutral, to pursue a policy o non-resistance, would mean, human! speaking, the loss of' liberty, home country, and all that is most preciou our modern civilization. Dlstln guished Americans, men of broad cu turo and high social and moral stand tiualificd to form ai opinion on the whoi. patriotism' has never been questioned such as ex-President Eliot, ex-Preal dent Roosevelt and recently Charles Johnston in the current number the have al expressed their minils with no uncertain sound on this question They have proclaimed with all th'e principles should join with the Al- lies and take his stand aa the cham- pion oE the 'Weak, the friend of the oppressed and the fearless defender of liberty, honor, truth and right, The recent enlistment of 4000 resi- dent AmerlcaUB in Toronto, Canada, is also the formation of an American battalion in Winnipeg, to join the AIHes, IB evidence of the ready sponse which is being made to what is felt to be the call of duty. It is true that some of the wars in which Great Britain has, in the past, en- gaged have been agresslve wars, wars of conquest, but every student of his- tory must admit that these wars on the whole, have been benencient In their results, that they have been the means of imparting to the conquered races the blessings of good govern- ment, social and moral reforms, and a higher type of civilization than that which it supplanted, and although the wars were in the first case aggressive they have paved the way for a new j order of things, for a higher stage ol development in which the conquered races, civilized and in duo Chris- tianized under British rule, have be- or com6 leafl menacing to our civiliza- when to' t'on which, therefore, the need CONVINCING VALUES in FltfE GROCERIES at __C Teeple's OUR CUSTOMERS APPRECIATE THE SPLENDID VALUES WE ARE OFFERING IN HIGHEST CLASS GROCERIES AND PURE FOOD PRODUCTS. THEY KNOW THEY GET PURE, FRESH GOODS AT PRICES WHICH ENABLES THEM TO JAVE MONEY i Ht. lion. Lewis Harcourt, Ireland's new chief secretary, belongs to one of England's aristocratic families. His I j wife was Mary E. Bruns, wile oi W. H. Burns of New York. dollar for dollar with Britain and aha has no such resources as has Britain, of accumulated capital from which to draw. All her colonial possessions have been wrested from her grasp, No. 150641 UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Bureau of Animal Industry iMay 3, 191G. This certifies that the meat or meat food product specified In the margin hereof Exported'by ARMOUR COMPANY, and consigned to'DELANY'S LIMITED, Lethbrldge, Alberta, Canada, is from animals that were free from disease and that it has been inspected and passed as sound and wholesome, .as provided by law and the regulations of the DEPARTMENT. J. C. Eexline, Inspector. James Wilson, Secretary. of aggressive war become lesa necessary. For this reason we and every lover of liberty would deaire to see the Allies win, for which their winning we have a surer guarantee for the ultimate triumph of liberty, Stable government, and advanced civ- ilization for Uie whole world, nor are there wanting cheering evidences of the approach of this triumph aa we take it, of moral right over mere physical might. Britain has doubtless made mistakes in this war, as the recent evacuation of Galli- po'll would Indicate, but on the whole the allies are fn a better position, to- day than they were at the beginning of the war. Their land forces are lar- and better equipped; while the :lower of the German army has per- ished, the flower of the British and colonial army, transplanted from her oversea dominions is yet in bloom. Germany's men and means are lim- ited. She has already lost seven men to every one of the British and her population' is but against sure than for Britain and ler white colonies. In the matter of muiiltions, Britain is in a better poa- tion than before with her muni- Ions factories in .daily, and nightly j iperation. Financially she is stronger The1 war Is costing Germany almos with the exception of ono in East Afric a. and that one la on the point of being captured. It is true Germany made some land conquests. She has most of Bel- gium, a slice of Russia, a corner of FYanca, .aJso little Serbia, and Montenegro, but Britain's naval su- premacy has rendered these conquests of little value. Germany, in fact, is in the position of a burglar who, hav- ing entered the house and taken pos- ession of the silver, IB unable to get out to use or dispose of it She has navy is bottled up. No German ehip can put to sea, none can enter a German port, and until this Is done she cannot return to her former industrial no ships to carry raw. material in or the pro- ducts of her manufactories out. If she cannot break the existing blockade, if such it can be called, she must per- suade Britain to raise it and to do BO would be equivalent to a surrender on such terms as Britain might im- pose. Much has been made and said by some sensational papers on tJhe re- cent capture of the Appam and tho sinking of a few British ships off the coast of Spain, but we should remem- ber that such loss with precious loss- es counted In is a mere bagatelle as compared with the larger number of British ships, of superior quality' and equipment constantly plying the seas, guarding her coasts and defending her commerce. It has been said that nev- er In past history has Britain so com- pletely succeeded iir paralyzing an enemy's commerce as in the present war. In the fact then that Britain's sea-power is supreme barring both en- trance and exodus to and from every j German port, crippling her industries, j destroying her commerce and grad L ually exhausting her food supply alik for soldier and civilian, we see con vincing- ftviflsnee of the ultimate feat from sheer exhaustion as well a valor and skill in arms of German; nd her Allies and the triumph Strawberries per basket 20c Oranges, and juicy, per doz......20c, 35c 40c Lemons, largo size, per doz. 20c Apples, iJVa Ibs. for 25c Bananas, per Grape Fruit, large aize 15c Asparagus, per lb......... 15c Rhubarb, r> Ibs. for ...___ 25c Celery, 1' Ibfl. for 25c Green Onions, 2 bunches 5c Lettuce, Hot House, per lb. 35c Ripe Tomatoes, pur lb.....20c Jelly Powders, assorted fla- vors, three for 25c Custard Powder, Monk and Glass 20c Salad Dressing Powder, two packages for........... 25c Salad Dressing, Snider's per bottle ___ 30c Comb Honey.'eacil ........25c Heinz Tomato Catsup.....30c Snider'c Chili Sauce, large bottle 4Qc Ollvea, plain or stuffed, per bottle, 15c, 20c 35c and 40c Cheeae, plain Pimento and Chili, per package ioc Hani and Bat-on Penmealed Backs, sliced per lb 30c Bacon, Swift's Premium sliced, per II; 40c Hams, sliced, per lb 30c Cooked Ham, machine slic- ed, per lb 40c Codfish, Boneless. Acadia per box 35c Salmon, best red, larg-e tins 25c Salmon, pink, large tins, 2 for 25c Shrimp, per tin 20c Lobster, per tin 30c 40c Surdinei, per tin In oil 4 for 25c Crlgco, two sizes, 35c 65c Pickles Heinz, Sweet Mixed, Pint 20c Heinz, Sweet Mixed and Ger- kins, per bottle 35c Indian Relish, Heinz, per bottle 35c 'Heinz Tomato Catsup......30c Donalco Catsup, per bottle 25c Snider's Catsup, per bottle 30c Snidar's Oyeter Cocktill Sauce, large bottle 40c C. B, Mixed Pickles, per bottie 40c C. B. Onion Pickles, per bottle 45C Pickled Walnuts, special 25c Red Cross Pickles, sweet or sour, quart jar 40c Breakfast Foods Porridge Oats, large tubes special, 2 for ...........45c Roman Meal, per pkg.....25c Shredded Wheat, 2 pkgs. 25c Corn Flakes, 3 for........25c Nirts, por pkg......I5c Cream of Wheat, pkg.....20c Pettijohn's Breakfast Food, per package 15C Canned Goods Tomatoes, large Corn. 2 tins for heas, _ tins tor Beans, 2 tins for Pumpkin, 2 tins for Saur Kraut, per tin Raspberries, 2 tins for Strawberries, '2 tins for Hed Cherries, '1 tins for Pineapple, 2 tins for___ Peaches, per tin Pears, per tin Peaches, sliceu, per tin Apricots, 2 tins for ___ 25c 25c 25c 25c 15c 45c 45c 45c 35c 15c 15C 35c i Strawberry, Donalco, 41b. pail 85c Raspberry, Wagstaft'e's, 4Ib. pail SOc Strawberry or Raspberry with Apples, -i lb. pail Marmalade, 4 lb. pail Plum, Doualco, per pail 45c 75c 75c Coffees, The ABOVE CERTIFICATE Establishes the High Quality of the SMOKED MEATS Sold by This Store. Let us slate again that all our fresh moats arc grown in Southern Al- berta, l.'ositively no cold storage, products .luuulled. KLANYS LIMITED The Home of, Quality Meats. GIRL GOULD NOT WORK How She Was Relieved from Pain by E. Piukham't Vegetable Compound. Taunton, had pains in both and when my.periods.'came i had to. stay at home from work and' suf- fer a long time. One day a woman cama to our house and asked ,m y mother, why I was suffering. Mother told her that I suf- fered every month and she said, Why don't you buy a bottle of Lydia B, Plnkham's Vegetable My mother bought it and the next month I was so well that I worked all the month without staying at home a day. I am 1 in good health now and have told lots of girls about CLARICE MORIN, 22 Russell Street, Taunton, Mass. Thousands of girls suffer in silence every month rather than consult a phy- sician. If girls who are troubled with painful or irregular periods, backache, headache, dragging-down sensations, fainting spells or indigestion would taka E. Pinkham'g Vegetable Com- pound, a safe and pure remedy from and herbs, much nffiuiga; might be avoided. u> Lydia E. Finkham Co., Lynn, Mass, (confidential) for tnt which will heljifnL N I these moral principles which we havi always regarded as essential to th< integrity and solidarity of our mo dern Christian civilization. John J. Cameron, "Sunnyside Carlisle. N.Y Feb. 21st, 1916. Commerce, May Bonwlck, who was confined to the hospital ai Diamond City for several' weeks .with an attack of typhoid' re- sumed work again. He speaks-highlj of the kind attention shown patients by the matron Mrs. as well as by her assistant nurses. Owing to- his large farming inter- ests Mr. Gj. Staples has sold his. feed and livery stables here. The purchas- er is air. Win. Milligan for whom we bespeak a large patronage. Tho Kingston Comedy Co. enter- tained a fairly large audience In the school here last Saturday night- Tin show coupled with a few-good-- local hits created CORE id era bio laughter among those present. Jas. McGuire, who holds a position Mr. Glasgow's meat and general groceries store, has returned after spending a week visiting Macleod, Hillcrest, Bollovue and other Pass ;ownB. The Ellison Milling Co. continues1 to handle a large volume of grain liere. Mr. H. Naider, who had charge of .he elevator all winter, has accepted a position In Lethbrldge. He is-suc- ceeded by Mr. A. C. Patterson of Lethbridge. A tennis club has been organized lere, a court has been laid out and he wlelflera of the racquet can now enjoy themselves to their hearts con- ent. Mrs. D. R. Thomas and two'chlUI- m have joined her husband hem ately. Mrs. Thorass came- from Tver- ness, Scotland. The ship she took passage safely avoided tho li'jn Teeple's Ceylon, 1 lb. pkt. 40e Blue Ribbon, Tetley's, Sal- ada, Hed Rose, Donalco Coffee, ground fresh, 35c. or 3 Ibs. Coffee, "Our Special" per lb. 60c Instant Postum, per tin, 30c and.................... 50c Postum Cereal, per pkg. 25c rocoa, I'Ty's Cowan's" or '30c 55c Dried Fruits Prunes, choice, large size two pounds 25c Prunes, choice stock, size 6Q, 70. special prices 25 pound box 52.65 Apricots, y Ibs. for 35c Peaches, '2 Ibs. Pears, per lb............ 15c Chocolates, fresh stock, as- sorted flavors, per lb. 50c Mixed Candies, per Ib. 25c Shelled Walnuts, per lb. 50c Shelled per lb. 50c Garden Seeds Garden Seeds. Flower Seeds. Lawn Green. White. Dutch Clover Seed. Onion Sets, per lb........ 15r. PHONE 515 Dominion 4th Avenue AUTO FOR uiG RACE New York, May 12. Everard Thompson, manager of the Sheeps- head Bay speedway, has received an- other entry for the .Metropolitan tro- phy race to be run on May 13. It ar- rived by cable from Joseph Christians who is now oirliia-way from London with a Sunbeam Six. The car is a? 1916 model which has never been- raced -before, but, ac- cording to reports from the English track at Brooklands, the machine developed a speed' of 116 miles an hour. NeiUon's Chocolates i id it the best evidence ;