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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESnAY. APH". 5. tHir, THE LAMES^ STORE Phone 453 Acadia Block FINGERING YARN, $1.60 LB. Colors klinki, grey, black nnd whilo, Hpe-cinl vnluc. TAFFETA SILKS, $1.75. Lovely sort (lUiiUty. yard ^jiMn, colors, imvy. purple. (,'oppnliHKen and blnck. HEAVY SILK HOSE, $1,00 Sky. pink, hollo, Kroy. black l\iid wliilH- !i spudnl llnti lit lliu price. ^ HEAVY HABUTAl SILK. 81.00 lllnck nnd white, yard wido. wiiHhnble nnd nntcnnihl(!. Of Newest Suits, Coats, Skirts, Cloth and Siilsi in'jition tor many iiiDiitlis past. W(> liavt^ assciiililcd t\ stock of d r\-u-oods ami \\oim'ir> wear, tlu- like* ol wliicli has n: vcr lu'ldrc licoii >lio\vii in this ciiy. ami lt>iiiorro\v ami rollowinti' (la\s il is rovcah-d lo yoii in all ii^ comploltMU'ss, ami at prices \\liicli comp;irc niosi t'avoralily. ami in in ;i ny cases a re lower t lia ii si inila r u'oods lia \-c liceii -ons. Many lU'W i�armonts have just nmu' to haiul tlii.s wvt'k by ox!)r� could no- a.tplen-did quality navy and black sf-rge. sizes up lo 44. NEW SILK COATS S17.50 $20,00 Uirasht. before the advance, eolora. Alice. inai,:e and okl rose witli wh.iie collar, cuff-s and -Jldle. �JREPE DE CHINE WAISTS $5.00 Very dainiy styles, perfect fitting, colors, sky. flesh, mai^.e. cream and black. Gossard Corsets Away Coats ol AH Descriptions, Wide Variety Choices All exclusive with this store and unusual at the |)rices. .Vol only in re(;ular sizes, but in small vvonien's and extra large women's sizes, as wall will you find a Kreat variety of choice in long mid sliorl leiiKlhs and li.nhl. niediimi aftii dark colors. m S2.25, $3.00, S4.00 $5.50 We have .=iix different models and can fit any figure. Now made in Canmla and exactly one-third less than they sold for last senscni. NEW TWEED SKIRTS S5.C0 to $8.00 Light and dsrlc colors in very serviceable m i x e d I weeds, all sitlendid values. Best Kid Gloves SL50 Siii! .selling a; the (dd price, every pair puaiaii'.oed. eoii'rs tan. h'rey. white and black. FRENCH FASHION WHITE-WEAR .\s dainty as the liand-uiade Soods and less than half the price. Corset covers,.. 65c, 95c. $1.60 Covins ...... $1.25, $1.75, $2.00 Underskirts .. $1.75, $2.C0 $2.50 Envelopes ........ $1.50, $2.00 Combinations ..... $2.00, $2.75 IJlack Silk Coats VERY SMART AND DRESSY Si7,pa ;!4 to 42 made of e.xira heavy corded .silk Bengaline. belted or ' fitthiK styles. Handsoifie S|)orts C'oat.s IN A BIG VARIETY OF CHOICE l^lO.tMJ to .f20.()0 Coveris, Kerses. blanket cloths, ratincK and white, and ^vblte and black mi.vtnres. Kveryone new this season. TAFFETA SILK DRESSES ^ FINE SERGE DRESSES $17.50 to $20.00 I $10.00, $12,00, $13.50 & $15.00 [ Very smart styles, colora. \ A great variety of choice in i navy, Copcnliuj;eii and black, sizes np to 44, yonns ladles', women's and extra large women's sizes. SILK POPLIN DRESSES $15.00, $17.50 and $20.C0 I'orfeoi fittinp gurnients. color? Itnssian green, navy, black and Copenhagen, sizes up to 44. GIRLS' MIDDY DRESSES S12.00 Very fine Merge, beautifully made, finished with braid, sizes 10. l.S and 2ii. NEW SiLK PETTICOATS $7.00 ICxtra fine chiffon taffeta, plain colors and shot effects, beautiful (iiiallty. MOREEN PETTICOATS $2.C0 BhK'k and all colors, splendid wenrins skirts, made In full sweei). TOKPKIX) BOAT KVAJ)lX(i A SiUMAKIXK POWERsupHE leoiEOSOLO VEH Miwrn 1.1 I N\' ,\yril -Civil power has i lie'.a de'laied BU'jreine by iUn. H. M,' ItuHan. district ollicer comniandin^ in i .^liiiinry Divi.sion Xo. It', at least .so j far as the meting oat of punishment ; to rioters is concerned. Tiiis is the resnil of a ooiLference late 'I'ucsday lR-iu'e<;n Sir fluKh .iohn .Macdonald, i inagistrat". and Col. Hultan. the dia-cnssion arising out of the action of certain commanding officers in trying tlieir men in violation of I lie ugruenient tliat they would be tried I iiy fivil autliorities. Il was cliseover-i ed tiiat in a few cases in v.liicli this - The big mill flour-� The big loaf kind. 16 occurred, it was through niisuiidcr standing and regret was expressed, ! he appeared last higlil. and enlhUH .\ truly typical war hero is Sergt. Pred Welhi. the returned soldier of the ______ !7th batlcJIon. who is lecturing at pre.h- j S-.i ent at the .Majestic theatre in connec- j  lion Tvitli the pictures of Canadians at ----� . ^-.........- -......------- - -'-.....-� the front, now being shown thoro. PrED FAHEY DEAD, with Ins empty arm ideove. �lf)ciuen( of the suffering he went through in j Winnipeg. April ;!.-Frnd Fahey for he great lighting at Vpres. Sergt. | a,-, years one of the beid known dolh-Uellc. rocelvod a great ovation when .'liagistraie Macdonald continued liiis morning with the trials of alleged , offenderK, An exciiing moment while a torpedo boat destroyer is evading a subiiiariiie. 'I'lie wake of lli," desuoy.-r is shown in tlie bHekKrounil, The course taken is a z!g-'.',ag one. ia.iru ran high as he spun (ho thrilling tale In his .simple but entertaining stylo of how lie wan wountled and went through the bell of fire and spent four months as a iirlnoiier in Clermany. I His everlasting fund of humor gives ; some Idea of how the brave Canadian ; boys keep up then- high spirits under ; the most terrible of experiencoii. Sergt. I U'ellH was battered about as mindi as , a man possibly i;ouUl be In wai: and i not bo etilirely annihilatod. Not hiily I (lid bo lose his arm after five Cerman : iiuUetH had shattered 11, but as hn lay i wounded he was hit by three pieces of ' slirapnel from C'anadlan artillery i wliloh was Bholllng Oornian tronchcii 1 near whoro he was lying. Ho had j the satlBfaotlon of beoing one of the i Canadian Bhells unnihilatu a whole , i- I  i German h(|ud(1. however. He also snf- Miiwaukee,\\;.- Before taking : ^j,,, ^^^^ huskiness of SPAIN TO PROTEST New Vork. Apri4 :!.-A news agency dispatch from Madrid says; "The Spanish mlnstry has voted lo forward ing travellers in western Clanada died i an energetic protest lo Germany be- ' cause of the death of Spanish pnasen-gors aboard the Sussex. Ueports from Spanish (-onsuls indlcato tlmtf.ho j Sussex was torpedoed. Saturday. .Joseph Pahey. former well known railroad coni.uctor. is a brother. , TelU in Foilctving Letter How She Was Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkharn's Vegetable Compound. My Corns Are Eternal I've pared theTi a hundred times. I've tried a doren treatments which they told me would end ihem. I've infected my fooi by close paring. I've made tny feel sore with haxah applications. But the corna re-mtdn, as kill-joys for every occasion. And I caii't believe that anypne knows how to really end a corn. Ends Corns 15 and 25 centa at Druggists BAUER i 81AOK. OhltHKO cnU N(i� York Mtiura ol Bariilcal Vreiituss, tts. My Corns Left Years Ago Years ago I read of Blue-jay.' One night I applied it and the pain Slopped at cnce. In two days the com'dioeppeated. Since then I have done that v.'ith every corn, the moment I fell it. Then 1 forgot it. In all those years I have never suffered an hour. 1 have never had a full-grown corn. 1 say it is folly to have tbem. IPORIANTinERS I BOARD On Friday evening next, after tin Home Guard drill, the f'roard of Tradi will hold a regular monthly meeting. 1 Tile matleio dlucuHsed at tlie Jasl I council meeting last TbiU'sday are I lou.sldered of such imporUnce as to warrant a general meeting of all tlio members. The president will tiike llie chair at nine o'clock. Among the niattera to be discussed will be the labor situation on the farms and lu the inincH, the diversion roan's ills is LydIa E. Pinkharn's Vego-1 of ^raln via, tlalgary and its eitect on- table Compound. It has stood tho test Lydia E. Pinkharn's Vegetable Com-. pound i V/U8 a phy-Isical-wreck. I had been Rojng to a doctor for aaveral years but ho did me no good. A friend told me about Ly'din E. Pinkharn's Vegetable Compound, so I decided to give it a fair trial,anditgava me relief from bearing down ]) a i n 3 which had been so bad that I would have lo lie down. I also used the Sanatlvo Wash and it has done me a groat deal of good, and I am not troubled with a weakness any more."-Mrs. P. L, BuiLL, 1299 Booth Street., Milwaukee, Wis. The most successful remedy for wo- hlH speech bearing evidence of this. His lecture keeps the audience thrilled from start to flnlBli, Ho spidte to a good crowd last night and should be greeted by a packed house tonighl. He commonces his lecture at eight o'clock. Last night the Kiltie recruiting sergeants attended tho ineHting \ with attestation papers and signod up i recruits on the spot. Sergt. Wells' story will make you more eager than ever to join the lighting forces, "Hilly" Carnlll, one of Luthbrldge's returned heroes who was wounded In the Humn fighting us WoUs fell, was an j iiiteroBtod spectator last night, and had Vr talk over old scenes with tho Sergeant uftorwards. liusiueas In Lethbrldge, appolntmeJnt of members of council to lake the place of members resigned. Arbor Day will also he conHidered and a plan for a city-wide program win be mapped out. Communications rogarding' the dvU 'service reform rusoiutlon will aljto be 'received und dlricus�ed. FIRST BOAT MAY GET TO SOO ABOUT APRIL 20 THE for forty years, v^hioh would be impossible if it did not have genuine merit For special lulvlco, free, wrlto to Lydia E. Pinlcbani Medicine Co. (confidential) Lynn, Muss. Your letter will bo opened, read and answered 1)j*.h; woniau, and i 'riiuro was a $50.00(1 lire loss ixeld lu strl(/.i COuUdeucti* ll.iay stniei. 'roronto. Sault Hie. Marie. Mich., April 4. -With tho arrival of April and tlio breaking up of the ice in tho river, comes the usual conjecturing on the opening of navigation. Marino men, howfjver, do not think that the lirat I boat -will reach the Soo until about i the twontielh. at 17 30986823 ;