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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1910 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN Rylands' Special Bargain List for Saturday Only House Dresses - - - 95c New Spring Sujts^ New Skirts, New Dresses, Pongee Siik at - � - 43c New Dress Gf ods and Silks, New Corsets, New Hosiery, etc> on Sale Saturday r. Dozen Uitltes Print lioiiso Dresses, luado from prtiils ami I'orcaloH, neat patterns, sizes ;i!> to 42. ("heiiper than the material nlnne. A rousing siilfj of wide I'onKee 911k, natural c.olov, 2!'0 yards on sale SATURDAY MORNING ONLY, Wash Goods at - - 18c A wholi! table full of fancy crnpca, uius-lliifi, clinnibriiys, RlnKliamB, suitable tor elressos, otc, values as lilBli as 35c. New Veilings at - - 25c TlU! nmv open moKli vol)i)ig� wilU neat borUor >Uo.slEua. black only, at this low price. 27in. Fiouncings at - 39c Kor bab.v cUessos, etc, neat designs on a Swiss muHlln, regular 50c and 60c, values.  Embroidery Ec^gings at 5c Cleaving out a si>ecial pvircliiiau ot r>00 yards of line C,z to only. Co. The Busy Store Klelnert's Stork Pants, guaranteed waterproof tnaterials, priced at- 35c, 50c, 65c HIbs of same niatori.i! lOc Feeder Hibs at, each 15c ^'Nemo^^ and Warners Corsets Very heavy weight, I'ongee Silk for coats. This line usually sells for $1.35 a yard, ('nmes S2 Inches wide. " Rub-Dry'^Towels at 65c Bxtra large white Turkish bath towels. The tUieat towel in the market, only a limited (|uantity at this price. Dog>Skin Gloves at - $1.25 Another lof of those Btigll. to 9 years only 3 Pairs Ladles' Silk Lisle Hose, $1.00, Special Big Hosiery Snaps 3 Pairs Ladies' Silk Lisle Hose, $1.00, .. Girls' Fine Lisle Hose, a pair, 30c. Bob's Rip Proof Hose, a pair, 2Sc. Ladies' Sample Hose up to 50c,, 25c. Ladles' Silk Hose, Rib Tops, 85c. To lit any one $1.00 to $2.50 COME TO SEE THEM, BOYS AND GIRLS. C. W. GRAY 310 5TH ST. SOUTH - mmm R EGOV Ask Minister to Amend Brand Act so That Brands May Be Permanently Retained BUY COAL DISTRICTS London, April (1.-An Exchange Telegraph dispatch from Copenhagen says i. syndicate of Norwegian hankers and Bhtp-owners has purchased for 7,500, BOO kroner from Norwegian and Am ericnn Interests, large coal districts at Advent Bay, and Green Hay, in Bpitzbergen. SENATE IS BUSY Ottawa, April G.-The senate yesterday advanced a stage the tariff bills lolating to changes la duty on apples and oil. Hon. Mr. Lougheed explained that the Increases In the duty on oil was for the pttrpose of producing needed revenue and to give assistance to Canadian apple growers. Kdmonton, April 7.-At a meeting of the agricultural committee this morning the question of at; alteration In the Brand Act was under consideration. James Wilson, of .Medicine Hat, the recorder ot brands, gave the committee a great deal of vahiable information respecting the detailed working of his olllce and pointed out the fact that at the present time there was great congestion in the records of his ofMco and that the supply of brands was getting very limited. On this account it was necessary to take some steps toward the cancellation of brands that had previously been issued but which were not now used or had become dead. ^ After considerable discussion It was pointed cut tliat as the Brand -'Vet now stands all LOOK AT II GHILO'S -lOIGOE %m CROSS, FEIRISH m SICK TAKE NO CHANCES! MOVE POISONS FROM LIVER AND BOWELS AT ONCE llothers can rest easy aCior giving "California Syrup ot l"Mgs," because in a tew hours alKthe ologgcd-up waste, sour bile and fermenting food gently moves out of the bowels, and you have a well, playful child again. Children simply will not take the time from play to empty their bowels, and they become tightly packed, liver gets sluggish and stomach disordered. When cross, feverish, restless, see s 1 VI SELLS SCHOOLBOiSAI D J Brooks and Dalmany Bonds Sell at Par Through Efforts of Education Dept. Edmonton, April 7.-As a result ot the efforts and influence of the debenture branch of the department of education, a sale of rural school bonds has just been made at top no.tch prices, probably establishing a record It tongue is coated, then give this do- \�r the province A block ot nine ilclouB "fruit laxative." Children love different issues totalling ?1M00 has It. and It can not cause injury. No l>een sold on a ten-year basis In ten difference what ails your little one ''onsecutive payments. One block -it full of cold or a sore throat, diarrhoea, stomacli acliB, bad breath, remember, a gentle "inside cleansing" should always be the first treatment was awarded the Trusts and Guarantee Co., Calgary, at 101.74. These were for and netted practically IKir. The balance were sold to Kerr- given. Full directions for babies, \ Kleming and Co., Toronto, for 101.25, children of al) ages and grown ups ] at 7%. This Is considered the best price for rural bonds yet secured in the province. Among the Issues were Real Economy suggests the purchase of the D & A or the La Diva Corsets. Thero in n style to fit your figure. Compare it� wotk-maoHbip and miiterial, its comlott'- sud sppearancu with other mnkes. Efficient mnnutacturing and very larjje �alc> enable you to buy these "Made -in-Canndn" Corsets at about holt what imported corsets, which aro no better, sell for. _ Every D & A and La Diva Corset is a real bargain. Style 26 Dominion Coravi Co, Quebec. nod'ioioiiio |Or m IHEY OEFEATEO HE .llforuia tig Syrup Co." We hlll\fnn A smaller Biye. Hand back y A � If " fl rapt any other fig syrup.- ,' Tin I U \ IX s ES RTHER REPiy are printed on each bottle. Beware ot counterfeit fig syrups. ! Ask your druggist lor a fiO cent bottle | those of Dalmnny and Brooks, brands are automatically cancelled at ! P"^ ,"C!a"foi'nla Syrup of Figs" then the end of a four year period but can ' >' '� be renewed upon payment ot a foe f^j; tl'O Ca Iforn^^^^ of $2.00. If, however, the owner of a ! ,J } brand fails to pay within the explra- AdverHseS lion of three months after the expiry A^ivertisement. or the tour year period, he is given a further opportunity to renew, failing In which the brand becomes absolutely cancelled and may be re-allotted to another party. It was to cure objections to this provision in tlie act that the committee made the following re-coiriinondation, and asked the niinis-t(*r of agriculture to amend the act accordingly. That the act. be amended so that each owner of a brand should have the privilege of rolalning tlie same permanently subject to the puymeut of a ?2.00 fee each your years, and that in default of the payment of this fee the brand can bo cancelled." The ehior point of dlJferonce lies in the tact that .under the present law the brands become automatically can- ^ celled each tour yean, bul can be . IWade Well and Strong by Simple ('iJlJi^g'an'(5"a,.V;\.er7''conU-adlc'tory In 1. Ci Berlin, April 7., by wireless Sayvillo April 7.-The capture from the British of mine crutor positions south bridge Herald. Mayor Hardee has addressed the following reply to Mr. Dunham's recent letter on the city commission: Dear Mr. Dunham,-I have carefully read your letter which appeared in the issue ot the 4th Inst, ot the Leth- CHERNIMYSGIVE ARE MOSICAL TREA -v western audience is rarely noticeably demonstrative. But when it becomes BO, it is encouraging to know that Us demonstration is in appreciation of something of the higher order. The demonstration which greeted the Cherniavskys in the rare musical treat they provided at the .Majestic theatre last evening was proof Indisputable that a l.ethbridge audience has not forgotten how to appreciate the best of things. Though t^he audience was not noticeable for Us sisie it was very demonstrative, and it Is safe Indeed to say that not in many months have artists performing here received such storms ot applause as greeted every number which the brilliant Russian artists chose to present last evening. And the artists. In turn, were generous in their response. To the performance of every selection they gave ot the very last shred of their artists' abiUtj-, yet they were ever ready with the encores they so richly deserved und which were so eagerly demaniled of them. The opening trios, with the 'cello, violin and piano, which were performed with a brilliance of technique that drew gasps of admiration, was followed by three splendid selections by iMlschel Cherniavskys on the cello. The third group of selections Included delightful numbers on the piano 'by .Ian Chorniavsky. Leo Chernlavsky opened his violin program with the ever-stirring selection Ave Marie, and his other selections were equally well rendered. The program concluded with the stirring rendering of the Russian, French and British National Anthems. ot St, Elol near Ypres was announced today by army headquarters. The positions were defended by Canadlou troops. WEAK, AILING WOMEN I'o show you 1 am interested 1 make the further slatomenl that 1 analyzed your letter parngraiili by paragraph. 1 Hnd you introduce some extraneous matter into the discussion of which would lead ua far alleld without any benolits to the city. You seemingly have made up your inlnd to two kept allvo by the payment of the foe prescribed, whereas under Ihe suggested amendment the brand will con posted amendment the brand will con- I Hero is another letter tliat has .itist - tinue the property ot the owner and'cm^ to our nUentlon, showing the t lie bhoiUd not be paid will only be cancelled in the event of nower of Vl""''" build up health an^ S nei aimum ir^esim^^^ That you believe the mayor has more 'Tlweistrength for weak, puny, ailing chil- than $;iOOO per annum irrospoctivo of ineie i . = . . ^^^^^^ result In the city s affairs. Thc joy of having good bread reaSizcd by those v/ho use- the non-payment of the fee. ....._ , was a suggestion that tho hoard of I'lt-en. brand commissioners bo enlarged to I W, A. Smith of Shanesvillo, Ohio.' I willing that you should con Include representatives of some of Is'^J's:-"*'>' I'ttle Child was puny, """o to hold these expressed views, tho Hmailer stockmen ot the province. I weak and ailing, coiild not rest at Ono portion of your letter serves 'night and would not oat, 1 loaineil "o pur.oose; sUbws pique on your own about Vinol and tried it, and within l''i''t and is calculated to arouse ro-a week noticed on improvement. Tlio >'�'ouftiiont in mo, but I shall not stoop cliild's appetite Imiirovcd, it slept to iicrsonalitles oven in connection woll, Btrenglh and licalth wore uooii with that, 1 rel'or to your itisltiuation built up. Wo think Vliiol is excellent ai'fiul what you could do In connection for weak, puny children." > with iiiy comnionts upon iionor of VInol Is a dclle'loiis cod liver and |i'il>lic servtcu, 1 vvSll content myself Iron tonic wlthcut oil, comaining beef witl\ ninkin.c a qitotatlon whlcli fully peptonn, which creates an nppot.ito, {cnvevs tho point: "liisinuntious, of the baser kind, woro parents to aspersions and had Ihi.'ir origin In hell; they novor told the truth nor had a claim that they were 'to the nianor born,' " Yours truly, \V. D, h. HARD113. CLAIM A DELIBERATi- ATTEMPT TO RUN BLOCKADE London, April fi-The Brazilian sliip Saldanlva do Gama, which sailed from I'jiru; Hrju;il, l'"iib. tl, for New York, with a cargo of 120 tons of raw rubber, has been sol/.cd off the Orkney islands by a British patrol boat. Tlio slilii and its cargo have been placed in the jirizo court. This l.s bollovcd to be n dcltborato case of nltemiited biocltado running, tho oniclals hero contondin^ that a jstoiimer from Para for Now York could have nevin- got so tar off i{s courao. This la tho llrat seizure made by the admiralty of n complete cargo of rubber. lonos up the digoativc; organs, en-richou tho blood and creates slrengtii, children love to take it. Wo ask all parents of wcuk, sickly, delicate ohlldrKii in tills vicinity to try Vinol with the understanding that wo will return ycnir money it it falls to benefit your little onus. J. D. llig-Inbolhnm & Co., Ltd., Druggists, Leth-britlgo, Alta. Atlv, Red Croso Notes Tho houorar.v-troaauror hogs to ac-knowlcdgo receipt of ?12.70 from Mr. II Mavor. of the liquor store. Viscoilnfoss Iveagh has Just dlod at hor Suffolk reaidenco, lOloveden Hall, Married in l�7:f to Lord lYeugli, then , lOdward 0. Uuiniwr^B, I.ady iveago was | iirosont was 32,14!i. CIVILIANS INTERNED London, April ti.-Sir Herbert Samuel, the home secretary. In reply to a ((uo.itlon In the house of conimons today, saUl thtU. tho itumber of civilians In British internment camps at Tho numliBr ro- ll dauKhter ol! the hue Mr. Richard S. OulnnosB, M,l\ leased from those camps botwoou October and April I, he said was S'M. Misery in Back, Headache and Pain in Limbs. Dear Mr. Editor-For more than a year I snffered with miaery in the baok, dull headache, pain in the limbs, was Bomowhat oonatipated and slept poorlv at night until I was aboiit readv to ool-Inpse. Seeing an account of tno wonderful qualities of "Anuric," prepared by Doctor Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., 1 sent for tv box, and before using the whole box I felt and Btill feel improved My Bleep is refreshing, misery reduced and life is not the drag it was before. ] most cheerfully reooiamend this remedy to sufferers from like ailments. Yours truly, W. A. Robbetb. Note : You've all undoubtedly heard of tho famous Dr. I'ieroe und hia well-known mediciiies. Well, this prescription is one that has been Bucoesafully used for many years by the physicians and speoialiatfl of Dr. I^ieroe's Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, of Buffalo N. Y., for kidney complaints, and dia eases arisinK from disorders oi the kidneys and bladder, suoh as bapkaohe; weak back, rheumatism, dropsy, congestion of tiio kidneys, inflammation of tlio bladder, scalding uriiio, and urlnaiy Iroublea. Up to this time, "Anuric" haa not been on sale to tho public, but by the lersutjsion of many patients and tht ncrpaaod demand for this wonderful honling Tablet, Dr. Pierce haa finally decided to put it into the drug atores of this country >vithia immediate reaoh of all sufferers. I know ot one or two leading drug-giata In town who havo managod to procure a aupAly of "Anurlo" for tlieir anxious oustomera in and around this locality. If not obtainable send ona tlirao by to Dr. Pierce for trial paokaga or 50 cents tor full ttoatraont. Kbitor - Please insert Uiis letter in jonie con�picuDUB i>lace iu your paper- Pasteurized and Carefully Handled The Crystal Dairy Co. PHONE 1576. OAK! -- Farmers, Attention! We have Just received a car load ot splendid oak. IC you are in need of 2 x 4, 2 x 6 and 2x8, buy quickly for It ia going fast. Citizens Lumber Co. ALEX HARRON. Mgr. DO YOU BURN GOm? The Grace Coal Mine is now prepared to take car� ot all ordem. PHONE 1250 The quality is the beat. Delivered, $4.50 ton At mine .. 3.25 ton DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. Office-C. P. R. f^relghc Shed*. PHONES: Office ........... 1168 Stablee .......... 1064 THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for maternity and all medical and surgical cases (except contagious diseaaos) and charges according to , the olr-cumstanoes ot the patient. Poor patients cared for free ot charge, Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. For further particulars apply to the Nursing, Mis-sfdn, 413 14th St. S, Phone 1283; (Miss) A. M. Tllley, Supervlgor. � (Miss) Rose Cameron, Grad. Nur8� (Miss) J,T. Mackenzie, Grad.'Nurse ;