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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1010 THE LADIES^ STORE Phone 453 Acadia Block FINGERING YARN, $1.60 LB. Colors klmkl, grey, blaek iiiiit wlilto. si>o-oliil vixliie. TAFFETA SILKS, $1,7S. Lovely soft quBllly, yiiiM wide, colors, navy, purple, CopeulinBon mid l)t>ck. HEAVY SILK HOSE. ^1.00 Sky, pink, hello, grey, binek nnil white- � special line ul the price. HEAVY HABUTAI SILK, $1.00 Hliiciv Hnd white, yard wide, wnuhable and iinlearalile. Of Newest Suits, Coats, Skirts, Cloth and Silk Dresses, Voile and Crepe Waists, Gloves and Hosiery, Corsets and Underwear, Neckwear, Veilings, Dress Goods and Silks, Wash Goods, Millinery, etc, and A STYLE DEMONSTRATION OF MOST UNUSUAL INTEREST Specially featured at this Store Tomorrow and continues every business day till Easter. \(\ov a ilioTdUiiii siMi't-h and most carcrul iiivcsiio'arioii lor many montlis past. \vt^ liavf a>st:Mnbl(Ml a .sitick ot' (li"\-r('vioi!s seasons. ^ ":Nriuiy WW j>;irnu'iUs huvc Just describe in a liiiMifd spa.>-. so we (.'outt-m mir-witli :i hvuH oiuHue of 'b>' v.T.ii.iis prii'is :>.ud leave the r.-st to voii. Silk Poplin. Taffeta Silk ami SILK AND CLOTH COMBINATION SUITS .$4 to S.)().(K> Colors na'. y. Copeiihaiii'U and black, beaiaii'iil jxaiiiienis. only .;ost le-cominL- siyl.'s. ;i:ai!e of extra pnod so'es. navy and black. \vaii?tl)ands tip i; SUITS AT S19.50 W-ry pretty and splendid miality serrre.s. eolors. navy, brown, CopenhaKeu and black smail, reKnlar and large si/e.'j up to 4::. SLACK i WHITE SKIRTS 55.00 to S10.00 Very classy new lutflels in neai check.';, self or pai-t-nt belts, various siyles. SUITS AT $15.00 WondeifuUy good ganneiiis for such a low price, splendid quality navy and black serpe. up to 44. NEW TWEED SKIRTS $5.00 to $8.00 Light and dark colors in very serviceable m i x e d tweeds, all .siilendid values. NEW SILK COATS $17.50 S20.00 I'ousht before the advance, colors, .\licf. maize and old rose wirii white collar, cuffs iiud "irdlc. OREPE OE CHINE WAISTS \ ( ry dainiy styles. piitVcl fittin.R, colors. Kky. fie:-!!!, maize, cream and black. Gossard Corsets Away Down in Price $2.25, $3.00, $4.00 $5.50 We have six different models and can fit any figure. Now made in Canada ami exsctly oiii-third les-s than they solil for last seasoii. Coats of All Descriptions, Wide Variety Choices All exclusive with this .store and unu8ual at the i�rices. .\()f only in reKular sizes, but in timall women's and e.^lra larRe women's sizes an well dark-^ colors' """'^ "Bltltek'Tn 7nfi Best Kid Gloves $1.50 Still .s.-lHng at the old price, every pair Kuaranteed. colors tan. srey. white and black. FRENCH FASHION WHITE-WEAR .\s dainty as the band-maih^ 1,'oods and leas than half the price. Corset covers,.. 65c. 95c. $1.50 Gowns ...... $1.25, $1.75, $2.00 Underskirts .. $1.75. $2.00 $2.50 Envelopes ........ $1.50, $2.00 Combinations ..... $2.00, $2.75 Black Silk Coats VERY SMART AND DRESSY Sizes 34 to 4'J made nt e.xtra heavy corded silk Bengaline. belted or loose " fitting styles. Ilandsuuie Sports Coat.s IN A BIG VARIETY OF CHOICE $10.00 to .1?20.00 t.'overts. serses. blanket clothi, ratines and white, and whito and black mixtures. Flreryone new this season. TAFFETA SILK DRESSES $17.50 to $20.00 \ery smart styles, colors, navy. Copenhagen and black, sizes up to 44. SILK POPLIN DRESSES $15.00, $17.50 and $20.00 Perfect fittlngr garmeniB. color.'? Hus.^iian green, navy, black and Copenhaecu, sizes up to FINE SERGE DRESSES $10.00, $12.00, $13.50 4. $15.00 .V great variety of choice in young ladles', women's and extra large ivoiuen's sizes. GJRLS- MIDDY DRESSES $12.00 Very fine serge, beautiful- j ly made, finished with braid, sizes IC. IS and 2li. NEW SILK PETTICOATS $7.00 E.xtra fine chiffon taftoU, plain colors and shot effects, beautiful quality. MOREEN PETTICOATS $2.00 HIack and all colors, splendid weariug skirta, made in full sweep. I r People's Forum Pure Food Market SPECIALS FOR SA TURDA Y Finest Peamealed Cottage Koll 4 to II). averafje. per II)............2'2c Finest |)eamealed Backs. slicee. l}er II)........................17c JJurns' Ayrshire Bac��n. sliced per II)........................... :iOc Choice Xo. 1 Dairy Butter. Bonnie-bi'ook Brand 2 ll)s. foi-.........(>.")( Finest creamery Butler. 2 Ihs. for T.jc Xew l^and per doz.........20c Eni>lish Cand)ridj;e Sausajj;e, pei' lb. 25c WE SELL GOVERNMENT INSPECTED PRODUCTS OF DEPENDABLE MERIT FROM THE LARGEST AND MOST MODERN PACKING PLANT IN THE WEST. SHAMROCK HAMS AND BACON IS USED EXCLUSIVELY BY ALL FIRST CLASS HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS IN THE CITY. P. Burns & Co. Ltd. Main Market-3rd Avenue South : Phones 412 and 1388 Dominion Market-Cor. 4th Ave and 6th St. S. PholTe 1654 Palace Market-13th Street North ; : Phone 431 !THE OTHER SIDE OF THE STORY ; Kditur r.ethbridge Herald. Dear Sir.-Seeing that you have a column for a "people's forum" for the discussion ot matters of public inter->st. the writer takes this opportunity of offering a few comments on a matter ventilated in your is."ue of the IDth inst.. from the pen of John Seymour, the matter of people sending away their money lo mall order houses iii.ilead. of patronizing the home merchants. This seems to cause a great variety of di.'^cussiou everywhere, all 1 over Canada. Pick up a paper from ; almost anywhere. ;ind you see cor-I respondencB. the burden of which is  similar to Mr. Seymour'.^-complaii.-I XwvJ of people sending av.-ay their I money instead of leaving it in their I own town. Tli':-complaint is very gen-{ eral. and the practice is very irrital-i lug lo the home merchant. .Many of I the remeilies put out are childish and 'ineffective. But. as every effort has a ! cause, it is seldom that people dig down to bottom causes. I'or most of the ills that afflict society today. ; there Is one bottom cause -Injustice land tiie cure must be found in a sub-istiiiition of justice for injustice. Looks I easy? Was it not 'rheniistodes. the ; great .Athenian general, who, exiled i from home and at a foreign court, was I asked to give them some muBlc. and She promptly replied. ".Vo. 1 can't play ,011 any ninsical instrument, but I can i tell you how. out of a small village, lo i make a great anil glorious city." !"Ilow'.' How?" were the exclamations ! from every I'oriier ot tin- room. ".Mak(! just laws." was his startling reply. In that slion rejily, he gave u.s the cause of all our social ills, and among them th(! menace of mall order houses to our local merchants, i "But what Is justice? What Is truth?" was the tiuestlon put by Innate of old lo ('hrist. And until we answer that question and follow the light that answer give; the mall order liroblem and many otiier social evil-i will continue to iifrilct us as dlil the |)laKties of I'Jgypt. Let us look at w few plain facts that stare us in the face at every turn. Wealth Is the direct result of our labor applied to the earth. \ farmer labors the earth, and makes it produce crops, cattle, stocic, etc. These arn wealth, but the land he labors, not the sky, air, rain, sun. moisture, soil fertility, are not wealth? Wealth includes only the "made" things the things ih which Is human labor. But nature, the God-made part, earth, sea and sky, arc not wealth, as iiithom is no element or huuian labor. The earth, the laud. Is (lod's gift to mankind, to llvo and labor on, and Includos the sun, rain and �'ter elements of nature. "Our Fath-Inililies that- God made ths earth ill. not for a few. It implies that ciuth, land. Is the common prop- erty of all of us. If it does not. if It i.s God's will that some should own the earth and charge others rent for it. then God is not the Father of every-'. body, but the step-father of most of j people- a very un-Christian stand to I take. : What any jiersou works witii is his ; capital or tools of production, so tlnit � wealth is i)roduced by the trinity of (laud, labor and capital. ' Again, land does not grow in size I but in value, and some land becomes enormously valuable, and other land becomes not more, but less valuable, if anything. Town sites or city sites !are very valuable, and the lots often sold by the foot, sometimes several thousand dollars a foot. Land in pop-i nlons centres never ceases to grow in j value. Kvery townsite is a mountain I of value, rising r.'gher. higher, higher. I as the town grows in populatio:i and ; as land around becomes broken up, j poi)ulated and made productive. One lot in a city will often bring in its owner $4u.o6o a year rent. That is. for the use of Ihe bare lot. exclusive of any iinprovemeiil on it? But that HEAT FLASHES, Mrs. Wynn Tells How Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetab.le Compound Helped Her DuringChange of Life. Richmond, Va. -"After taking seven bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound 1 feel like a nev/ woman. I always had a headache during the ChanKo of Life and was also troubled with other bad feelings' common at that tim��- dizzy spells, nervous feelings and heat flashes. Now I am in better health than I ever was and recommend your remedies to all my friends. "-Mrs. Lkna. i Wynn, 2812 E. 0 Street, Richmond, Va. While Change of Life is a most critical period of a woman's existence, the annoying symptoms which accompany it may be controlled, and normal health restored by the timely use of Lydia B, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Such warning symptoms are a sense of auirocatitrfl, hot (lashes, headaches, backaches, dread of impending evil, timidity, sounds in the ears, palpitation of the lioart, sparks before tho eyes, irreftularities, constipation, variable appetite, weakncas and imiuietuda, and dizziness. For theso abnormal c^i^nditions do not fail to take Lydia E. Pfakfaam'i "\'"ege. table Compound. value is not weaitii-not at all. And that value Is a common something, bo-cause It is the result of the common Industry of all. Again, in Holy Writ we are told that "In all labor there is prolit." Sure, and that value is the very profit of people's labors in and about the alty. And the same Holy Writ teaches us "the profit of thi earth is for all." .Vgain. farmers, v.-hilo laboring the land and producing wealth, are also creating value in the town or city-site. Let farmers around any town take w-ings and fly away, and at once vanishes any value in that townsite. Xow. sir, people should have what is theirs, llieir own. That is Justice. That Is truth, the answer to the question that Pilate put to Christ. The words "mine, thine, ours," are small, but they have a world of meaning and application to the (luestlou under discussion. What my labor jiroduces is "mine," what your labor produces Is "yours." and what "our" labor produces is 'ours" -the value of lov.'nsltes, those "mountains ot vjilue," those "local gold mines." is Just wiiat "our" labor pro-duce�. That value belongs t(.> the farmers around as much as to anyboily. Their own land hat; very little or no value and it iievm' iiicreaMCS. as It yields less and less to labor the more it is cropped. The value t>r land is Ihe rent of land-what the use of tliat spot of enrtli is wortii. Give a farmer wages for his labor, and interest on capital Invested In horses, stock, implements, breaking, fencing, necessary ' buildings, etc.. and how much is loft for the use of the bare land-rent? I'igure that out an.-neuter's Petro-j grad correspondent says Gen. BrusllofI' 'commanding the eighth army, has been appointed coramander-ln-chlef of the armies ot Uio southwestern front, ill succession to Gon. Ivanofl'. .Michael Twohoy, Montreal, 55 years of age. father of bIx. children, was sentenced lo fourteen years In the penitentiary lor an assault on a thirteen-year-old girl. SHOE FOR MEN This bhoe is a leader with a well known worth of the utmost In style, comfort and wear & T. Bell's SHOE FOR WOMEN This shoe is a favorite witn all wotnon who Know iL It Is stylish, well made and vory comfortable. You will be glad if you sscure a pair. ' IXJLIPSE SHOE FOR BOYfS AND GIRLS Neat, well made and fit* well, No foot troubles with this shoe. THESE SHOES ALL GOOD VALUES ANI^ REASONABLY PRICED. Hufner, The Shoeman BESIDE THE MERCHANTS BANK eae. ;