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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1916 1,' ^e-l THE LETHBRIDGE DAtr^T ViERALTl RYLAN D y SAPDAY NIGHT BARGAINS Soiiiothin^- roiil .u'oocl for tonight at, tlic Busy 8t()rc. McrcliiiiKlisc' you will ueotl rij^'lit now. (^unnlitics liinit(!(l in soino liuos. No niatlrr w1i(m-(> you live in tli(> city, it will pay vou to !)(> hero tonight. "THOUSANDS OF SHELLS, EACH WITH ifS'HUNG IN I'OSITION, WERE THERE" 72-111. Illcnchoa Knt;-llsli slioolliiK I'l'K 400 tonlglil only per yurd .. 28c Tabliiiji Short i'lids of 72-in. lablo llnoti, on mile tonight per yard 65c Coi'scts 25 t'lilra of tho rmii-oiiB P. (,'. or Wnr-nor'a corsotai, uU tonight ..... I DC Embroidci'y Corset cover Km-broldory, neat lU'.-slKns, :i pieces on sale lOp per yard .. X �/ C Tor. Lnce All widths In flno (|uullty Torchon lac-(iH, up to 15c e_ lor 3C P. Cases lloaily to 1180 Pillow CasoH, flno cotton ull MZCH 1 C� each ...... IDC Vests Ivadlea' Suinnier VoBtH, with short uloevoa, or no sleeve Bpeclal tonlKlit . IViiits Only tinio at this prlc�, no pieces (.'an-adiau print 1 A-a yard ..... IwC Dust Caps Mado In now stylo from fancy OC_ inuRllns, each "DC .MovhiK steadily throiiRh the forest of shells, the iiiKpeelor i.iul his assistant measured the amount of powder In the nose of the shell. Tiip, tap, la)) wont tho mallet. There was a slroiiK siiKKestlon of the lieehivo and tin; liouey-coml) about these products of incessant labor. 15c Aprons 'nungalow Aprons, ,l!u;go overall stylo, print inatcr- CQ_ ial ........ Uarcttes All now styles, values In this lot up tr:......19c Hosiery . -badlOB' Fine Cotton or llBle hose, all colors, samplos up to 50c, tor ..... 25c Ladies' New Spring Suits Brand now Spring Suits lii sovct-al real ^ smart styles, made from fast color Brit-Isli Serges, colors navy, black, brown and ' Dutch blue. rIzoh Ifi, 18 Misaes, 3fl to +2 Women's. The best suit values In Canada. 5 BARGAINS FOR THE WORKING MAN Here are a few ispecials, picked up by our buyer -while in Montreal : Working Shirts at ....... 75c Fancy Dress Shirts ....... 75c , Night Gowns ............. 95c IVIen'a BOo. Braces ...... 25c ^j,^ Oq overall In the Khaki Kerchiefs .......... 8c market RAIN PUIS GRO N R Rill PRISONER'S WE ATTEMPTS Mrs. Von Ivoolbergen, Whose Husband is in Jail Here, Tries to Kill Herself Today is All Fools' Oay but the tarraors of Southern Alberta don't believe it. You couldn't make ono of them believe thot tho weatherman was trying to deceive them by sending that rainfall Kat night to put tho topsoil Jn good shape for spring work, to start the grass on their pastures and to cheer them up generally. Thoy lako it as a good augury of what la to come this summer. And to prove that they believe in OCENT"CMETS" BEST LflMWE FOR IIIER AND BOWELS DO NOT STAY CONSTIPATED, HEADACHY, BILIOUS, WITH BREATH BAD OR STOMACH SOUR Evidently discouraged by the fight she has been compelled to wage since her huaband was incarcerated In the provincial jail here last summer on a charge of fraud, Mrs. Johannes H. Von Koolbergen, wife of one of the alleged San Francisco German plotters, tried unsuccessfully to take her life in Calgary about six o'clock last night. The attempt was mado in the Bruner block where she had taken apartments only a couple of days previous. Mrs. Von Koolbergen has been living in a private house in Calgary ever since hor husband was sent to jail here. The other day she, with her little boy, went to the Bruner block, where a man, who was with them, paid a month's rent for the apartment and disappeared. Reports from Calgary state that she will likely recover. She swallowed an ounce of lysol, but Ur. Wright was called In, the little son having givea the alarm, and he succeeded in checking the work of the poison, and she was removed to the Holy Cross hoa-pltaK No odds how bad your liver, siom-acli or bowels; how much youl- headaches, how niIsera;blo and uncomfortable you are from a cold, constip.^ tlon, indigestion, biliousness and sluggish bowels-you always get relief with Cascarets. Don't let your stomach,' liver and bowels make you mlBorablo. Take Cascarets tonight; put an end to the headach, biliousness, dizziness, nervousness, sick, sour, gassy stomach. , ire , ' bad cold, offensive breath and all the good omen, thmusands of fainiers . ^i^^ ,,,ido will be busy on he land in So" hen. . ^^^^ ^, the bile, gases and con-Alberta next week, bouthein Alberta | ^tipated matter which is producing is to liave the earliest seeding opera-| y,^ misery. tions of any part of the west. The ' ^ lO-ceiit- ibox means nealth, happiness and a clear head for months. All druggists sell Cascarets. Don't The I present outlook la that Manitoba and Saakatoiiowau formers will have to wait another two weeks before they | (o\.geY ~ti�g'"chjidrenTth"o"irTi'ttlo in make much of a start. So what the | gifjeg j^p^^ ^ gentle cleansing, too.- �outh lacks in preparedness for tliis year's crop the farmers hope to make up by the early season. With an embargo on wheat to the head of tlio lakes until April IBfh, thoy will not be bothered much with moving grain until that time, giving them ail their time for work on the land. Labor conditions arc not getting much bettor as time goes by. The shorlago of experienced men contlii-lioa. However tho soldiers are going Advertisement. REBELS IN CONTROL N CANTON CITY Local Chinamen are today celobrat ing a victory Just gained by the Chi to help out considerably. Tho Kilties I neso revolutionary forces in China, liavo already supi)lied about 50 men, i The local Chinese National League and should raovo than double that i this morning received a telegram stat- iiurabor of men, to help In the fields of the Bouth. USE "TIZ" FOR SORE, TIRED, ACHING FEET No IVlore Puffed-up, Burning, Sweaty, , Calloused Feet or Corns .lust tako your shoos off and then put those weary, slioe-crinkled, acli-Ing, burning, corij-posterod, Ibunlon-tortured feet of yours in a "Tiz" bath, Your toes will wriggle wltli joy; they'll look up at you and almost talk and then they'll take another dive in that "Tiz" bath. When your toot tool llko lumps of lead-all tired out-just try "Tiz." It's 'grand-It's glorious. Your feet will danco with Joy; also you will find all pain gone from corns, eal-Iduaea and huulona. Them's nothing liko "Tiz", It's the ] only remedy that draws out i(ll tho' poisonous exudations which puff up your foot imd cause foot torture. Get a, 25 cent box of "Tiz" at any drug or deiiartinont store-don't wait. Ah, how glMl your foot get; how comfortable your shoos leol. You can wear shoes u size smaller if yon doKtro,-Advortiuomont. convoiition will also convono on tho above dates. ing that tho revolutionary foreos are now in possesslon-of Canton' City, that the provincial governor has been killed, and that the city has declared Its lndepeiidence;_and will be the centre of tho movement which Is steadily growing In that populous district. The local league was formed last summer, and local Celestials have sent many dollars to tho old land to help light tho battles being waged by the veVa lutlonlstB, To Ihcroati.o the ifvoJuiiio .of. souiu) from a phontJgrapH a ;?ar(Bljiu hnij lu' ventqd lilt iiiBtiuTO^nt that will play �Uroo recorda slmultftneously. / MANY TOURISTS Vancouver, B.i C, March 31;-^According to iuciuirles being received by the Industrial commission's offlca, an unusually large "numbQr :o� ; tourists win travel throiigli Uio Canadian Hoc-kloK this year.' Amerloalns last year vialted Canada In^ large nuinbars and the fame' of this tourist route Is spreading rapidly,' With Europe olos od to tourists, AVestbrn Canada prom ises to attract'greater mirabara tUla season than ever before. Foi;m Law/ Partnership 0, W, S. Lewis; formerly df Pnlmor and Lewis, Imrrlpters, who has just returned from the'States whore ho has been practising for the past couple of years, has tormotl a law partnership with ir. G. Myors of Tabors, Tho partnership wlU'4io Myors and Lewis, aiiij iholr Qtl]pei. will 'bo Iflcutod U) Tabi^r.; Mr, ho^lb la vfeU known throuBbpUf Sotither.ii'ii Alberla, heaving practlaqd; lioro 'lol'" several years. 0 SIGN ON W THE HOME GUARD Recruiting for the home guard started off with a rush last night at the board of trade rooms, and 66 were igned on. The recruiting oflice will be open again on Monday evening at 7.30 at the .same place, and it is hoped that a still larger number of recruits will bo secured. Drilling will commence at S o'(;Iock. It is hoped to bring tho force up to at leost LTiO this spring. LUX is a unique washing preparation that actually adds to the softness of garments and jjrevents all loosely woven fabrics from shrinking and hardening in the wash. It's the essence of pure soap in flakes-Adds a new note of refinement to wash-day. LUX-10c. ovorywhere--�Won't Shrink WooUana Made in Canada by Lever Bpothcps Limited, Toronto. PHONE 1224 a i im: assoktmkxt of LAl)Ii:s- mx'kwkak All manufacturer's samiiles, the regular price OQ,. ".H from TTjc. to $'.'.r,0. On sale tonlglit only ..... 0�/C IX i: J\p sILK \\ AIs rs L' Uoz. only neatly trimmed in dainty styles, (jj-j OA Kinull si/.ee only. Reg. JL',^:., tonight ....... �pl�ti�/ missks', GIRLS AM) CHILDREN'S IAN CALF SLirPI ? ? ? ? : ? >> ? The tag day which was to have been held on February 29th and was postponed owing to the weather, will be held on Saturday, April 2nth., At the regular monthly meeting of tho women's branch of the Red Cross held yesterday, Mrs.H. Doniian handed in her resignation as secretary; it was accepted with, regret-and Mrs: B. C. Gullbault was elected to fill the oflice. SPECIAL FOR TONIGHT Lush-Us and Patterson's Delicious Chocolates Caramel and Cream Centres, assorted flavors 35c Drop in and get a. pound or phone, your order a-ad w� will 'deliver. � � i"" ^OfH^R SPECIAL LINES," RILEY'S TOFFEE, ROWNTREE'S ..PASTILLES, BUNTE'S MARSH MALLOWS, PASCALL'S BAR-' LEY SUGAR, PETER'S MlJ-K ^ CHOCOLATE, AT SPECIAL'' PRICES The Kenny & Allin Co., Ltd. ' Phone 1487. Next Dall?B, Hotel- THERE WILL BE A Sale of Work and Rummage Sale IN MINER'S HALL On Wed. April 5tli In aid of the W. M. S. of Weit-minster Church Several German chemista are endeavoring to find economical processes for tho recovery of combuatible material from coal aslies. Afternoon tea Will be served. With a. tour horse power engine a ' motor driven plow of English invention cute a slx-lnoli furrow at a speed exceeding three miles an hour. yfejLTHtWHiTiatiiJ!!!!: BAKING PO\^DER|| bbrmiNa no alum. Thaonly w�il kn�Wn mMllum prleeit balilnK pow