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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, 12> THE LETHgni.PGE DAILY KERAtP PAGE SETBM When Stores are Dear And remember that every bottle of Dtvril contains the nomiihmint afid stimulating qualities of Htmy ftunds bttf. It is because of its properties thjt when planning Antarctic Expedition, iM Bovrlt. _ German Spy Had Plans m His Fez ____j, Nov. Chronicle) today' describes the nature oi tho of- fahse 'ol Lieut. Morn', -a German ol- i iicer, who was recently imprisoned' for life tor. espionage at Alexandra, Egypt. :wqrs was EsVPt ago and succeeded in being up- Roiiilccl a lieutenant, in the Egyptian Qpmlarmaric. HiV real' ac- cording to the Chronicle, i'as to iqriient a local rebellion among the various nationalist princes -and. .to them to agree to assist him. when war broke out he was recalled to Germany, and wan sent back to Egypt in_a, fortnight as. medically un- iH'lor caTIitaty service; but actually to hlow up a-'steamship in the Suci Canal so as to block the passage of reinforcements from India and Aus- tralia. 1" i Major General Sir John Maxwell, commander of: the British forces in Egypt, hiard of the plot and bad arrested. In his fez were splen- did maps of the Suez canal, and his instructions how to sink vessels there. Two dynamite bombs were found lodgings. intimate friends. The happy cauplc will reside at Noblotord. Mrs. E. V. Dooley and daughter have returned Irom the Canadian 866, where they have spent the past three months. An informal toa was served yes- twiay with Mrs. J. E. as the hostess, in honor ol Mrs. Barber, ol LiBtowcl, Ontario, who is a guebt With Mrs. Hodgson. There 'was a large "atfcndancu and a splendid time was spent. Mrs. 0. II. Cobbledlck poured, the .tea aud Misses Higinhoth- MclCillop McCaw assisted. The decorations consisted o! yellow chrysanthemums and red roses. iyirs. Hodgson will also be a tea house hostess' on Friday. SKRETTIXO A quiet wedding took place yester- day after noon at the Lutheran manse when Miss Talette SkrcUing became i the bride o( John both oft Monarch. Rev. A. C. Grant tied Uto! nuptial knot in the presence oi a lew j crr A quiet weddln'g'iwas solemnized at St Andrew's manse last evening at 8 o'clock by Kev. A. C. itryan, when John Joseph Weir and Miss Katie Qua were joined in the holy bonds of matrimony. The contracting purlieu are both, Lethhridge rssidcnts and will take up -their residence in the cltv they were attended by Vernon Berie aud Miss Stolla Knox. Clubs ahd Societies The Dominion Rebekah Lodge No. 41 will meet tonight in the I. 0. 0. .IT. hail at 8 o'clock. _ Those who have knitting finished to-- till) I. 0. D. E. are reminded to s-cnd it in to 423 '8th .St. S. The- monthly meeting of the Wo- menjs Missionary society, of Knox church, held Tuesday evening. Miss McLeay gave the Scripture les- son. Mrs. McClcfliaghan read an intcr- estinc address on "Christianity and its place in the world today." Two nudities on missionary work at GramTprairic, and on the "Foreign Miasionarv Situation" were read by Mrs. Irving and Miss Derringer. -MADAME PATTI, WORLD FAMOUS SINGER. VISITS WOUNDED IN BRITISH HOSPITAL the fanjran singer ot worjd wide reputation'. YlMtlnVitha the She will eing Sweet Home" in London at a concert In aid ot the Belgian FHi nd. _ Would You Trust At Man whose surroundings' mode of life, and food and drink, have combined (o make him treacherous, indolent and unreliable? And food and drink are among the chief causes. Ten and coffee the commonest table beverages contain a drug, caffeine, which affects Jstomacb, liver, heart ,and other organs. Some persons are strong enough to stand the at- tacks of caffeine, in tea. and coffee, but to most people it is a'poisoivand sooner or later is boundito If you find tea or coffee is liiirUng you, quit jt and POSTLJM I This healthful food-drink is made bf prime and a bit of wholesome molasses, carefully blended and roasted. It contains Ike food elements of the wheat and molasses and nothing nothing injurious or harm- ful, Serve Poitnm piping hot and iUs delicious and in- vigorating. "There's a Reason" for POSTUM Canadian Postum Cereal Co., Ltd., Windsor, Qnt. __ _ A Rymed Antwerp Hotel French officer who is in a hospital in Fa. is, having been wounded in the head by a shell, has given the "Matin" a graphic qccount of the light in which he lell "At 9 o'cioci in the he "I received the oraer to ad-1 .vance, -to entrench mysolf as well as I could, and resist to tlic end My company took up its position injour- mg ram, and arout 2 80 in fHe morn- lug three shots, fired bj our sentrips, v. arucd us of the approach of the enemy. "The Germans, who had bwn tak- ing cover in a wood, crept to within 200 yards of us, whin they formed up and charged I began vollev firmn, and whole ronl.s o! the Germans lell, but continued to advance Our Well-directed file arrested their ad- vance whm rtwy wcro ia jartif from our trendlws. "DurMg fhe night a bugle souajed 'Cer.sc but) it was a German bo- Iflc I was not deceived, ami t shout- ed witb all my power so a> to be heard by the enemy, 'Fire independ- ently.' the Germans fled. "A few minutes later a German oj- rteer appearcil, carrying a white flag I advanced from the Uoncli, accom- panied by lour men 'We ace the envov, 'and we wish to surren- der I tephed 'Advance m order "Pour mtn, wounded in the legs, foivvard and my men, bo- lie.ing th: fight finished, showed themselvc1! above the trenches A maxim, hidden m the wood, immedi- ately opcaed lire on us with a hail ol bulleti, while a fresh attack was be- gun I gave the order to restart vol- ley ing, and tiie Prussian rushed away They" left many dead and wounded, and on the following day we found -that, six men, armed with rifles, who had fallen in'the-front ranks of the pnemy wore the their amis. "As a result of this skirmish, which was important as warning the troops, behind us, we received the following leward, of which we are all pround fihc commander of the regiment mentions in the order of the day "X" and "Y" Companies "-ho re- mained 62 hours the fire of the cnsmv's infantry and artillery in the open field ''end m the ram 'without fresh supplies of-food, and who remised two night attacks, losing a fifth o! their effective, with- out one man thinking oi leaving hi; post Mows WILLIAM ASTOR SECOND William Attor.-ma'lnly through (ha successes of lila race horses, Trois and (Jamoate, Is second in tha list of stake winners vn Ennliih turf tbii season, with J B Joel the phnclpvi winner, being marly This Store's Week-End News as Interesting as Any in The Paper A Big Day Planned in the Dry Goods Department Ladies' Underwear Liiilies' Vests and Drawers; vests have long sleeves, high nook; drawers are ankle length, open or closed. Color is pure white. Material is fine wool. Regular value Is 50c. Week End por garment wvv Turk, Towels 45cpr Turkish Towels in pure white or natural colors with red bord- ers, size .44x24, regular G5c pair. Week Bad Per Unusually low price on Pillow Cases now A worth while special in Pil- low for the thrifty house- keeper.' Sp'd'pairV. of these Pil- low Cases, made of English long cloth i Eilos 40, 42 and 44 inches. Worth 40c at their re- gular value. Week Q 4 fjfl End, 3 pairs for.... 9 I MV And Hair Switches Sale of JJsir of these, in. a clearance jot; light brown, medium brown and dark brown, fdl 26 warranted sanitary and real' hair. far Week Drag Sundry Sale Driig Sundries: Colgate's Shaving Soap, Powder or Oream iilao CoM. Cream 2 Tor QUALITY FIRST Groceries COST .LESS Extra Special WITH EVERY 52 ORDER OF GROCERIES, 20-lb. SAcfc OF SUGAR m me S5e No. I Northern Spies; Ontario, 6 pounds No. 1 'Northern Spies Per barrel 4 packets Jellies for 3 Packets Corn Starch for 20-lb sack Robin Hood Rolled Oats One gallon jar Sweet Pickles for One gallon jar Sour Pickles for........... 3 tins French Peas Tor 3 packets Macaroni for 3 Ibs Crash ground d tf Coffee for I Swift's Back Bacon Piece, per pound Swift's Premium Hams Whole, per pound Spanish Onions 5 pounds i'pr 3 pounds iLard 5 jiounda Lard SSIC 10 pounds Lard flj d Mfff for ...............35 8 Butter, 3 pounds for ...............ipIaWU Men's Wear News Overcoats to Hurry Out for Men; that opportunity for you have (been waiting. Overcoats for All new. styles in, dark handsome tweeda. shawl or convertible collars; all sizes In the lot. yal- Oft ues. Week End Men's Sweaters Sweaters for men, all the smartest colors, nmde witli shawl collars, pure wccl, all sizes, regular. ?6.0Q ftft AVeelr End 9ViUlM Boys' Overcoats Overcoats for Boys; braim and grey colorings, also fancy mixed effects; materials are heavy quaiity sises 28 to 33 and the values are up to Week End Price ..................3O.UJU! Smart Scarves for Men How about that new: ScarEycu were going to buy? Here's a nifty line of Fringed Sad ScartB for the chilly "days. Colors whito, gray, ibronze and red. Regular 51.00 Week End 75c Home Furnishing Savings-Buy Here Friday Wine Special PHONE 613 Niagara .Falls' Ppr't Never have Rra-pcs more liiECiqus than they have By early placing of. large ord- -we-'ars enabled to age to our customers at a price hitherto Extra' Speciat Rugs to Clear A fresh lot popular little hard Tvearing -'AxminBtar In the ordinary .way they'would se.ll at ?3 5-patterns in all to select come in one size 27x54, and are the. popular size fqr that J3jC Tungsten Lamps Tungsten lamps, Brilliant wbita 25 "Watts 40 Watts 60 Watta 30c 40c pOc The popular Rag colors rose and green, reversible; floral border ends; can be easily .Tvasfted. For hedrooni A Law Price Trio in ttie Ready-to- Wejar Section IT- Underskirts ?5c The :is showing this esceptiqnally good value Underskirts. Satins, Moires and Lustres.-, Vaiues are regular J1.75 QRf> Week End These Cqrbets nicely njpdelled oi-iine is low very'rdng'hip'ind taclc, (J hose .value. Week Dress Sale Children'sjnresBes. ol; line All Over Bintirgidery; Mother styles, sleeves, prettily; trimmed with val lace. Regular SLM- C1 CQ -Four Good Lines to Clear Out Boots Sljoes In black and tan; blucher and button styles. The newest last for OK sizes, Tlegular J6.00 fll.C.U Miners'Boots Bluchers, .good strong iboota for rough All'sizes. Rekular r OQ Elt Bluchers i_ Bqpts Week End WEEK END CANDY TREATS 25e Specials TURKISH DELIGHT MIXED CHOCOLATES JELLY CRYSTALS ASSORTED TOFFEES. House Slipper Men's .smart House Slippers, striped velvet effect. Warm sad cozy. All sizes. Regular Weols End Never was there a time more opportune to buy' Furs. Every garment is cut in price. Just Troy More Days of this Great Sale. BERNHARDI'S B LU.Q G1N E S S Fron) the Boston Traveller) A correspondent writes that he thinks General Beniliardi's "bluggi ness" has been or stated. we don't know The following are quotations from his bonk, "Germany and the Nejt which could be multiplied by "Aspirations for. peace threaten to poison the poul of'the Qerman peo- ple j "Th; first and nipt: essential duty ot every civilized state U" to prepay for war on k scale con------ Euratc with 1U political needs.1' "Might ii at the supreme rlfht and the dispute tq what li Is decided 'by ot war" "War !a not men-.f a neccjiary ele- ment In ttm lite nallonn, Out In dlspenubla factor ot culture In which a true cIvllitM iatlfjft finds the'high eit exnreuion at iltvngtli and tital 'Nothing, m fact, Is 'eft onf war to secure to the true elerqents of prp? rcss the ascendancy over the s of corruption and decay." War is a biological necessity ot he first "The brutal incidents irfstparable !or every vaniih before ideal sm of the main Not only is an unquattAed ne- but It Is jusmfsitlo jrom every point of view." The efforts directed towards th abolition ot war Tnusf not only b ermctt foolish, but absolutely In noral, and mus't-fte stigmatised as uu worthy of the hirman race l' "The inevitablencfs, the idealism and the -blessing .0! war, aa an Indis pensable law of development, must b repcatedlj erdphp.sized "What now wish to attain mus be tor, and won, against a su perio> force at hMtlle intertsts an Tor us there are two alternatives and no world-dominion downfall." THIS f It Is rumored in Sun Hifv A B. Harvey of Wyoming, who WH n Belgium the war broke out, and subsequently joined the Re4 Corps, is returning home, boea tae victim of brutal German soldiers, who cut oil botu his and gouged out one eje Tlia Petrolia Advertiser has endeav- ored to confirm the report, but so fap without success. Or who to laavi ing for ".Belgium, practised his profes- sion in Chicago, wad one of the many injured in the Wanstead .wreck. suit against the. Grand Trunk cost that companj (6000 and cosU It Has dinner tjme at Mrs leight's high-class boarding eelatllffc- _ Mid He leaning back Ji il> <4 tins meal Widely-------" t. SFf ;