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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1915 THE LKTHBHIDttE DAILY PAGE FIVE This List of Specials Will Mean Busy Buying Days Friday and Saturday These Special Week End Prices on Dry Goods 75c LMe Hosiery 50e Offering pairs ot 'nesl! quullty Egyptian Llslo Hosiery. Coino In black only. Cliooao from those 1'qr pair 50c Taffela 40c English Sheeting' 28c '001) yards of this boat quality imported English Sheeting. Lovely finish. full lilt-ach- ed, tree from dressing, 70 inches; quality for 40c ,Silk Bibhons 25c Choose from reel, sky, navy, while, sane. emerald, brown, tan. reseda, pink and black lit these B Inch pure Silk HlbbonN. Just 600 yards lu all; Regular Per yard TncHiick Towels Come early it you wish to share in this special; 20x35 and 22x42 pure linen Muck Towels, all ready hemmed. Also a few hemstitched 1x values for 50e Table Linen 39c Half Bleached Table Linens, also a line ui ted and white, also green and red. fast color Taflle Linen. Widths run from 66 to 60 1118. Res OOc; yard 50 Lovely Rugs to Clear Out in a Hurry Tliesn Rugs arc all good colorings, good designs and good quality. They are odd- the reason for their low pricing. Door Mate, size Regular 75c Piusb Hugs, size 4 Regular J2.2ri.........'.----9 Plush Hugs, size CO f Regular -Axrainster Rugs, size Regular 510.00 .00 SEE THEM !N THE WINDOW Silk Mohair Rugs, size regular JH.OO Silk Mohair Rugs, size regular Scotch Wool Rugs, size regular J15.00 A Selection of Footwear To insure perfect fit and lasting comfort requires the personal interest of experienced salespeonle and an up-to-dnte stock of High Grade Shoes. In addition to botit of these we can assure you of Quality and Low Prices. Head these Week End Sale Prices: LADIES' GUNMETAL BLUCHER OX- FORDS In all sizes from 3 to QQ 514. Regular ?3.oO BOYS' BLACK BLUCHER lected materials and all sizes. Regular J2.50 for MEN'S "K" style, ser- vice, and price they are un- equalled. Regular LADIES' GUNMETAL BLACK BLUCH- ER from to 5. Regular GROCERIES AT LOWEST PRICES UXTKA! UNc. 35c E3c WITH EVERY ORDER OF GROCERIES ONE SACK PURE CANE SUGAR, FOR Canned Fruits-Special sale of California O'med Chorrios, Peaches, Urapcs, Strawberries; M J Jlug 2 tins tor---- "iwv Libby's Hawaiian I'inuappio; sliced; regular 26c- 2 tins for ti tins fur Oullou Can Apples; licsular 3Sc.......... Canned Vegetables Wax Beans or Green Peas or 3 tins for Belgian Peas, samu as r regular >j 2 tins for Tomatoes, .heavy pack g Picnic Hams, Swift's; or whole) y- Por pound Hack Per pound Swill's or whole) Fresh Per dozen 6 for For pound Oranges, per dozen Me, and G pounds for Strawberries, fresh daily from California. Ontario Potatoes; f4 Per sack I .OU Alberta Potatoes 4 Per 100 Corn packets for Roman Per packet pounds for Fresh 2 cans for (1 pound size) Fels Naptha Soap; 3 for Per canon of 10 cakes Suniight 11 ibars for 23 bars for R. C. 9 1 f> Per packet........... w 25c 25c 30c 25c almost 25c 2Sc 45c Nottingham Lace Curtains SOc Just 20 pairs of these Lace Curlaini ir. whit .and arab shades, to clear at. 25 of these Ladies' Linen and Repp Suits- Values Ladles' and Misses' Suits. Coats are in .VorfoUf stvle; skirls are pleated. Trimmed with fancy and self covered buttons, paloill li-atlicr waist 'belts. Materials are linens and repps'. Values ran up to Ideal for Suuiiner wear. This lirlfe is but a fraction of their true value. Oft Kale price V "U W Ladies' Drawers Ladies' .Muslin Drawers, neatly tncliiMl flctiiii-e, trlmincii with linen torchon lace. Price Aprons Ladies' Allover every house- kcepur should have a supply of these. .Ma- trriuls are test English Ginghams nnd Prints: klmona waist. Boon full skirt. Col- ors.- inlr.clt, navy and Underskirts Ileautlful range of colorings in tliese Indies' Moire Underskirts. Neat Accordian ple.-iU'fl flounce CO 1JC Regular JPC.Vj Values in Fine Grade Cur- tain Draperies at 19c yd. Ivory shade, hemstitched edged Scrims; sheer qualities and good Per Yard At 25c Colored Bordered Scrims, also Bungalow Xets; also hemstitched edged Scrims. Per yard.............. NEW SHIPMENT OF CURTAIN DRA- I PER1ES JUST OPENED UP FOR THE WEEK END. Cut Flower Special Carnations, Tulips and Ula- diolas, beautiful display for. Saturday only, dozen -50C Many Week End Bargains Here In Our Men's Wear Section Men's Tics for oOO moro of .AleuV TIw. designs sind cola rings in. Ungli.sli and Anu-ric-an Silks; vnl- ui's will "S HH Special y for "WU Men's Trousers These arc1 very suitable for my-n who need a pair or extra trousers. Xeat slrijies, also plain effects. All are neatly tailored ffij QQ styles. SI.'iO values r t'ndcrwcar Men's and Hoys1 I'nder- is now on disiilay. A giva' range of it. The range Cotton and BalbrlBEan, Separate Piece and Combinations. VVid'- range of prices. Silk Half Hose 4itc For men; L'OO jiaiva of tliest? Siik Mose. Choose from 15 colors. Per pair COLORED BORDERED SILK ITjindkm'liiel's lifinuiful Silk HandktircliiefB Tor imjs and nu'ii. These have neat colored borders and figured de- signs. Regular to tiiic; i'rlce piu'h 39c Week End Candy Treats WALNUT pound or pound cakes; delicious and creamy; per pound www Per pound .................18c Pauline Chambers BROWN MIX- ED CANDY; a delicious truat for little folks; best cano sugar used. Waek End Per pound ASSORTED CHOCOLATES with ricli cream filling, just opened "p, heavy coating; also Croam Dates and Cushion Regular 40c; pound ROCHESTER M AR S H M E L- LOWS in sanitary tins; absolutely fresli, plain or ions led; 1'er tin Your Week-End List of Low Prices on Sheet Music Call in and have the Pianist play over the Newest in Sheet Music. At lOc Special numbers in Sheet .Music. Choose from 15 different pieces. Per sheet At 2 for 25c special rangp for the week end; .Many of our newest music to clear out at this price. 2 for Specials tor use with bad or tepid tonic; very Per .bottle NIAGARA specia; iliis week end in Niagara Port. This price includes 20c war tax. Per gallon 1.35 au (Tompanjj. 1.IIII II Witter iTiiniblers Just 20 do'zen'of these SOc Water Tumblers in neat Design, to clear at.....Dozen A TRIBUTE TO THE BRITISH (By A GERMAN) The Berliner Tageblatt without comment a remarkable tribute to the kindness with Germans in England are treated. The author of the article is a. line art publisher, who only recently returned to Ger- inur.y.- !n: the course cJ the article, he says: "Hatred against Germany does not exist, and the great fcoltag hatred that, one encounters on arriving in Germany is quite foreign, and, in- deed, is incomprehensible to the Eng- lish. Lissauer's song of hate, the dreadful brooches and rubber stamps inscribed with the words "pod punish have not produced what one might call a gratifying effect from the German point of, view. Ed- ucated Englishmen with whom I spoke, have a deep aversion for the fabulous lieing whom they call the 'War Supina Mercantile Co. PHONE 1S67 15th STREET NORTH St. Charles 11 tins for ......9 I.UU Christie'k Per tin......... 35c 98 pound sack of Hungarian Pat- ent Flour and one pound of Blue Ribbon or fM pC Lipton's Tea for.. 20 pound nek of Sugar and one .pound of TV for 2 dozen for 45c Applel-Per box and BA 9 I V Roiled Per 8 pound sack A-fift tW Fresh Per doxen 20c Mother's per 1" pound package Toniatoea, large tint- 2 for 25c Corn, and. Per tin Oillelt's inr> per tin I Star 2 packets fqr fcWU Old Dutch 3 tins for CWV Waihing Powder and. R.C. Soap, 2 packages Afiet Ww Kdlog'i Corn 5 packages tor Krinkle Corn Flakn 3 packages for'...... Dr. Price1! Baking Pow- der; reg 40c; special We juit rectlvid ihlp- ment of Red Crou Pfckfll, put up In quart Halert, and the could 11 fruit jarc after eontinU art rtmovvd. Price per jar for Sweat, ttEji Sour and Chow 99V White Per Jar 40c I and who; they think, completely rules Germany, and of whcse non-existence even the best-educated people cannot be convinced. Such people, however, as butchers, bakers, green-grocers and workmen, do not understand hatred between people, and see in the mighty war only a contest of two giants, Ger- 'many and England. For enemy, who they now regard as beaten, they hava only esteem. After describing the politeness and courtesy of the English po'iice, the writer continues: "Still greater consideration and friendliness were shown us by the j Home Office officials in the numerous I conversations I had with regard to ob- (taining a permit to leave the country. No English official ftnd no men with whom we had to deal during the days preceding our parted from us without the most cor- dial wishes for our journey. Germans who go away may take with them any sum ot money they like, though, of course, go'id ia. prohibited.. Not only do Germans receive kindt words, but the tremendous amount of relief work, which is undertaken for pris- oners as well as for German women and children, would, uot have been possible without the collaboration of the authorities, and especially with- _out the financial help of Eng'iisli peo- ple." Jlrs. J. Gilraore returned yesterday after visiting for a month in Ditis- biity, The G. F. club will meet tomorrow aftcinoon at the home of Mrs. F. E. Jones, 1-110 Bill Avc. N. The Dominion Kebckah Lodge No. meets tonight in the l.O.O-F. hall at 8 o'clock sharp. The Refcekali de- gree he eonl'ertecl. All members are requested to be present. The members oi the L. 0. B. A. will meet al Hie home of Mrs. Bar- clay, 312 18th street north, tomor- row afternoon at three o'clock. The prayer meeting oi the young ladies of church which was to have hcen held at the home of- Mrs. Nelson tonight has been postponed this week. LOMOND NEWS Lomond, AHa., May are at work on the new Terwilliger elevator, and tile crew will he here two weeks to commence The stone and grave'l were drawn by G. Smith and W. Ainlay, respectively. The wheat is growing very rapidly, and prospects of an abundant harvest, are provided the rains keep com- ing a while longer. Lomond tpicnic is set for some time in July. Everybody get ready. The opal is the 'only, gem not. suc- cessfully" counterfeited Oval water pipes, are less liable, to burst when frozen than round ones I Tim Canadian Locomotive works ,it Kingston has secured a new contract .for shells for d.5 guns