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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta .13. TIH5' HWUUt THIS STORE ABOUNDS IN SPECIALLY FEATURED FDR TO-MORROW AND ALL NEXT Stocks in every doinirliiK'nl nro HIP liigliosi point, ol' completeness.. ire'reluuuliso of ill] kinds is nltnuMivo wo Imvo soon i u ninny .seasons iinil prices In i sonic. 'in- slanccs ai'ft'slijvlilly lils'lior than I'ovnu'rly, wo. have boon abie id many .special liiios a( nftraiVUvc mivliitfs :intl Uiesc arc lYiilnrc'il tomorrow mill till next wcolt io- "ether witjrscores.ol' olhoi1 Hems chosen I'roni our r stock, ill juices :i quarter to a ihii'd less Upiin udiuil vulut's. WEpEND On SpecialSaleTomorrow The sauio'slik wo rau as a suevial last year al SOc. Splcmlid weight. 33 inches .wSae. Nlco tven weave. Eicepllonnl value. CiiiiaiiVScrim 18c to 30c. Excellent ftuellilcs at (bo, price. Creain ground with var- ious colored borders. Prints aiul'Gingiuuiis 15c' Best print in light and med- ium colors and Ginghams In stripes, chect'a tmd plain Chain- brays. AH gooJ washing colors. Voile and Silk.Waists Included In ?this lot up lo 55.50. Newest styles in voiles, largo collars and many odd lines ot silks ami nets clearing out al a fraction o( actual worth. Embroidery Snip Values'up: to 30e. -Edgings- wide LS-S and g-Ioebes and. 3 lot. Silk Lisle Hose 48c White, clack and tan. Also silk boot hose In blacfc onlr. Estra special tomorrow. SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY 612, 3rd Avenue, South A Showing of }Suits To Please the Most Particular Not only fpy.variety of cxccllcuo.o. of .ninlo'riuls niul superiority of Imt'lor I'tiir iii'iciiin us well. i- r have die largest variety- of suits wo have ever liiiil to show and stocks arc most complete, not only Ui reg- ular sizes but in small WOUCH'S aiul.oxtru en's as well. Kvery gnrnicnl- on sale, is exclusive, willi this store. Saturday Suit Sale up to Per Suit Ivxcellen! .Soi-go Sails Nowost pleated styles, Drowns, imvya; black anj greens. Lo............. Superior Man Tailored Suits .A beautiful range, very attractive navy, black, brown, green, gold, sainl, Aft etc. Wool .J.crscy Suits The most attractive suits Tor young ladles' weflr. Colons blue, KolJ, apple and fircy. 535.60 and Tal'l eta Suits The'richest kind, of suit ID had. Colors navy, black, groy, Copenhagen'arid green. t r. Great Variety Dresses and Waists i In the Best Selections'and Values You Will See Anywhere Handsome Vclour, Coats anil Colors, 'apple, gold, old "rose, chani- pagne, burgundy, etc. Excellent Covert. Coats and s.' Large and ShorL and long siuall sizes. Silk; ;iiul fierce Drosses lo very late styles. Small, medium mid Jargc sizes ui> to 4J. A splcndlil to Lhc-teal ideas ol lli'o season WEEK-END BARGAINS OnSpecialSale Tomorrow Itamlil'iil Tal.siey SHU Sji'l.25 Tun cfouwi vvllh lildi Paisley Hirlim mill linker sromidH Nllh newest I'ulslov clfcclaVA lovely now 1st In various tglorn. M Inthci wlilc. Diiinly Silli.s Cream sroimil wltlr dainty flor- D( ilcslBns null n. riiiKo'of nil plalu colors, Aro Crept1 hl did not change IU mind. It wag "-1 v--' of Ihe opinion. Iliac a general flectioiTwaa what was needed In.lheir Business aud Ihe Hon. Hob Rogers meat and, un'der lliat Impression, bal Jota were printed ami sent across the ocean _tg the high commlasloriCT in ;ent so far as (p discorer the "raice started lo.this day. oEG office' remain ot thunder" ivith -which the people Had terrible Pains f in Kidneys and Back. Mr. I want lo yon I was Very sick, conld hardly be up I was in bed lEwb of tha ime. Had terrible pains in my kidneys ud back, EO mncli that t bad to sometimes when T'was'eifting "down and 'wanted to get up, the s kidne so "great. I hid tned a well-known ey' medicine but it didn't help me. I beard of Dr. Pierce'e Annrie Tabled BO I thoqght i woald try them. J toolc only ODfe-rjor-bi Ihe ny bicfc IE non' frto from pain and I can work and lake care of my family. I loel I cannot' enough [or this medi- cine." Sincerely, MRS. Wsr- KZLLIE. if- i- :7JKoTE: This "Anaric" ia act for kidney arising from disorders of Ihe kidacya ond bladder, rach as bactache, rJieamatismJ dropsy, con- J geslioh of the bladder, rtrine nriDn nnd nry Ironbles. The physicians and t Al Dr. Pierce'a great Iiietita- hon, at Buffalo, N. Y.F bave thoroaghly lestod preEcriplion. and hare been .Ttilh one accoid in eradicat- _ing these troubleg, and in most casea raring the kidneys. Pt'jecla osce used nAnnricc .tt Dr. Rercc'e Invalidi1 Hotel, hare re- ft wi'cdlv sect back more. Such a j demand lias tccn created lhat Dr. I'ierea I'-f. has decided to put in the drap iCo'rts of Ihla coonlrv, m a rcadr-lo-iUB (pna.- If not obtainable send one dimo by iriail lo Dr. Pierce for trial package or GO cer.Ls for fall treatmeiit. It-. T no aarprhe when Prcmlei ihe last session of p aril a. merit, recanted all he had said abou rotes for soldiers. He" TooiT Ih problem. ,Tho next thins-was I plication of a miliLla.act to coax Tilty thoiiEaad rcauiious spula into a houe guard, to con-, flict with nolhtng more hostile Ihan results fn the provinces which) the Esquimaux- or the hypheuatod held general elect ion's since just Americana not conscription, you bt-'fore the war started. Tlie but a safe substitute turned the put- rid IlobMn government out and con- verted a, Conservative maporily of five Into a Liberal inajorilj- ot This was in July. 19H, an dthe smel" The next "ibing'was lo cancel Tloss ilflc contract, anil expropriate the factory, Ihua .throwing thou- r.and men out ol .employment, after ihey hart hccn kept working two years the Roblln crowd left behind, them a half on a rifle the DrLlish 211- DOt been, laid yei. The neit blow wasj thorlllcs remEcd to wako UFO nf on Prince Edward which reduced) the IiicJtlcntalJy" a Conservative malorfly-of twenty-j seyoh or eight''miiifon dollars sir to four. That election look place wasted in this way before Ihe govern- JD 1915, ani was enough'ment made up Its "mind to slop (he to hold the Borden government for that A Terrible Year The year 101C waa a horrible one expense at a lime chosen with a view lo doing; tho least harm to Ihe share- holders and most ot It us a campaign argument. "The Rosa rifle. for the' norden It got l reported against, Unkored ivilh, re- three wallops In t succession.) ported again, but still thrust Quebec had n'general election which on cur'soldiers unlil Ihe Driiish RCD Increased its Liberal majority In Mie! crals absolutely took 1C out of-thclr legislature from "forty-five and substituted the Lec-.EnQeld' nine. Nova ScoUa followed suit one of the most'shameful, ol its confidence In a Liberal i many Elains on the Borden govern government wblcli had been In tnftjnienl. saddle for ihlrly-fivc years by raising] Tho last bit o[ window-dressing Is its majority from sixteen" to twenty- 1 perhaps the Lo after wafting ground that votes for soldiers was Im-Jpue. Theae Mows were probably ex- [thirty-two months Postmaster, Genera pofisible-; because the soldiers were! but when "Urltiah Columbia. BTondln volunteers tor ovcrEeas ecr scattered all the map and thai, look the rotten vice. Dill ;tbo Korsrumeul will no It was .an impertinence lo ask' them to Intermit their high duly of hilling' Ihe Oerjnans lor so trivial comparatively as a general Fiainiy something had hap' _____ .._ _______ __ crowd in hand and 'turned a Con rid en iser- t advantage, of Ills Impulsiveness THE GARS LITTLE more co-operaMon 'tween tha merchants and Lha railways Kill-do much to re- lieve {he present .freight, situation. Tae'falla-srs are cot trying lo shift the responsibility on to ttie public, but are esking (ho public's heiu. Much more toonage. Lor Instance, could be handled with the existing cpmotlvB power and tetnilnal (acill- 'ties It C.VTE were loaded to capacity Instead of-being zo often only two- thlrda fulL In the old days When (fame was lighter, IL mattered IMS to Ibe railways If a shipper diet cot usa .ill the space he paid was the shipper's loss. Hut now It Is real- ized thtt' the extravagance ol .cue shipper may cause, delay to others .owing to the limited amount ol loco- motive power arid terminal faclllllcs- -Ttie'stiortRge fs'ndl HO much la equip- inept as In train and the yards and roundhouses. Any- Ihlrig which- can belp io secure quicker.' clearance and move- raeot In the yards, helps LO speed up the" rribvern'enl of freight. Another drawback: to iue econotntcal move- ment ol freight U a great many consignees order not tbc full carload or freight, but merely the minimum lUlcijed uprter. the classEficailon. It to solve problem If In placing orders con- would order enough (n.flll a valive majority of thlrty-sli tnlb a He is riot lo he aent overseas where beral one ol Ivrenty-sDTpn, the Bor-Jlno bullets arc flyhig and where n EOTCrnment fell that the end was! valiant Mr. Ulondon very well dei In sfguL At any rale that shot full of the earne" Holes, tie wished for the Union Jack. No, In- _ ______ ______ ______ ____ deed, Mr. fllondou 'will alay aL home o[ it the thlnpa that had happened Tact- -come perhaps the worst facer nf. and raise a Quebec ..regiment. 'Mr. and Trhlch had come to the soldiers' nil. New DrunsTvicfc, which had a 'Ulondln'a Is a more Imporlant: 'duty pencd cliange Premier Bordcn's j they wanted for 19IG. min'd: Not to make a long story" short] Eariy In last mouth, ears and had stuck In their crops CcnacrvAlIre gorerhment hoasttng a fighllug- the GermanB. The Uor- in that fortunate province now a majority of six and New LJrunswickl h'hll A, probably slump .Ontario as ci- were these: Str Sam Hughes, Lieut en- majority tot Arty-three and about as I den government Intends to use him ant. Colonel John Westcy many scandals, threw the scandals j aa a Guarantee.of good con- paper" shoes, foundered horses, profit-'out with such a lamUIIdoMrcfteil Nationalist. the gen- eerins. Camp Borden, Ross rille, high looV: place. The Liberal trovornment election cornea on -Mr. Dlondln coat of living for soldiers' families at "T" LT home, separation allowances and as- signed pay soaked'up by the govern- ment's friends, tue cold storage victory, under Providence, Is and- other ihlngs too numerous to, largely due to the moral lorco and mcnllon. fighting Quality of Frank CarrcllT.M.P., In Bbort, Premier Borden licgan lojwho la SB vigorong a crusader In his suspect that Ihe soldier role was, own province- aa he is at New "agin" him, and when llie British Co-. UninBwIck IB the" blow Ihi goes "on Premk-r llordcn's black list. lumbla EOldfera put tha bools to father. 11 fin BERLIN -OFFICIAL. Ilerlln, via 13_ On (he northern wins of I'ic Arras lial- ttefleld a ay a the German official statement, preliminary success of aL almost Elrong HrllUh attacks agalnuL Andres inal proof' anil were LaU Bowser outfit as 'soon as they got the" lo Premier Ilordcn anil hLv anced by Gernia'n counter-lhruEl chance, Premier Uorden was confirm-' that Ihe -majority they "eiiiecleil In [The German RtaLifmenL adds that o ed suspicion. Premier Ilordcn i Ihe maritime provinces lias gone glim- roada from reronnc (o ('amoral anr? may be a Hlllc thick, bin he doesn't need more Llian "one house lo fall on Mm tefore he tumbles. me ring. Thus Premier norden, who had Calclci, minor engagements oc- the nfs hath when ho ranic into B nd between Gouzcauc7 Driilsh gOTCrnmctit told him IL ivoulclifiVc provlncea with Con.icnrallvc arj-j be a hard matter to take the Eoldicra'! ministration, now has only two, A. vole auyw.iy, and Preminr Bonlcn I denlly tho rapltla arc near anil the was very, lo with them. daylight's nasl. Atld (o iMs tho fact So Jn 1215 Ihc'Bordcn government! that Congervailre papers in the north- was In a chastened frame of west arc Iicglnning to advertise Ihclr chaBleiied that It forgot all ila plots for a gnneral election and wllIlMgly took whal the people jravc Independence and one understands why Premier fiorden has that haunt- ed look. the fiorcrnmcn? Is namely an extension (o October. 1517..............- ,'Dr. liercc'a Golden took It because it was all they'ling ready to meet Us fate with la blood cleanser and alterative that could gel. They kneir It was their front. To rio-lhla a lillle win- IJJO Mj. lnj slremtrai orlty In Iho house and the schfltc anil The lien thing the resUlr.ilior oitUng out the consent o[ Ihe llrlllsh cards-lwcnlj -four qu'ciUo'iu instca. KILLED IN AN AUTO ACCIDENT Hamilton, Apr. .13. Jshrt HricV, sou cl Inspector Ilrlck, was killed nnd four nth-; crs mere or sorloaaly In-' an Automobile In which thcyi were travelling over nti embankment, nt ft (urn on the ToroiUo-llam- llton hlgliway. Jo rapacity Insteai' of mlnl- unii which very often does bot re- present more than hair a The qiicaUoo ot Ihe capacity of Is Itself the subject of inveslleatlon. The standard of loading grain, foMn- fetance, has remained the same for inapy Improvement In, the engineering of cars baa gonc.on stead- ily, so that tha modern freight car can.bear stresses greatly (n excess of Ithat'was possible iwenly years ago. The result la that there IB prospKl of cpnilderably fncreaslng the load line on quite large proporUoc ol freight equipment, thus Increasing the train capacity without additional train crctva.' Grain cars nted for Dtrrn'or GHAIS rs JO.OOO Ibs. are round capable cl carrr- ng over U has .been figured that if the arcr- age load'could be Increased.on Car.a.- dian rallwara In by riVe umc.i over that of Uils .would Its ccjulralenl acVdlttonal cars, requiring no additional 'jq'comallve's or man-power, Canadian biislnesis' men' ure. llicre- (ore, being urged lo co-operate with the railways In their, endeavor lo In- crease Ihe using to g carrying capncliy, ailvnniagc Life pre- eenl available rolllci; Light hulkr commodlilca. of whlcli'lherearo roaBy, should be londed to Ihe full cubic capacity of cars. Heavier frelplil should be loaded lo the lull carrying capacll'y which la 10% In excess of UiuTr slcnctlled capacity. _ The following flgurea arc lakoo from the Hallway Statistics of the Oo- o! Canada. Issued by the Deputy Minister of the' Department ol and Canals, and cover all the railways ol Canada: Vi Is the Oral and 1515 the last year lor which figures arc available, _ IH07 '19J5 Increaso Total Ions freight carried 1 17.6CJ.303 720 61 1% Aggregate capacity ol freight cars (la .Total frelgat cars 1--.2tfl.69g The 1307 average car. Tho lOlD'averaKe car Tbo tons.t-.The rootcnls Increased 3.0 tons. U <5% of the addillonal capacity provided waa not usc.d. I; The public Is asked to coopcralo wltb-lhe rallwaya In an endeavor' to remedy Ihe'CilsllnE cflr shnrjnge.' 11 ran be to.better idvanUge tie presept available roll- Ing stock. .'i.- By Increasing the caWioafl to 23.1 tons or 6 ions more than dur- ing 1915 would be equivalent lo Hie placing of BISOl) Itddltlonal cars In Efrvlco f Light bulky commodities, of tliers many, ihpii'M Ite loaded to full cublo carraclty ol cara. Heavier frelcht should be loaded lg the pulmutn carryfns canutlr tuthorheil. ALIEN DISCUSSED. -April tlip nilnion-ivide conference of tlic. Great War Veterans' association delc- sates duo to close tonight, according o original programme, of the coiivcnllon Is in It; Iiclelic, and U Is almost certain.that a business session IjiVe (o be field morning. At this morning's 'sesBiqii 'Ihe ri'iieallotl of Innilcuunle pensions for willows nm! to the iucrensod cost ol well as Ihe Asiatic ruestlon In -'llrlllsh lifa, tdc-'flllcEcd of vot- ing power in Saskatchewan' nnd the alien all discussed at great length, and will contlniie lo he tlie. subjects .of. furlfier .Olscussloa before the convention closes NORTHERN TORIES-IN SESSION Kilmunlon. April 'nortlicni Albcrtii Provincial L'onscrvntivo socialioii! Is raccling thJa anernoon and tonlglit to discuss an prganliallpn _ lilail for clcc'lloii nnd elcCl. officers. Addresses arc to be ilGllver- cil'H." (he imrly's leaders. JOFFRE MAY COME ishliiElon. April 13.-rOfficlal dlf- latches on llie coming of French nil llrlllsh commissions. menliona lie lliat. tloiitiul Joffn) may 'accompany former Premier iani .of .France. What WeakWomen Need We Have It In "a Remedy Contains Ing Ihe Three Oldest and Most Famous Tonics Known. 'Vluol. contains .tlic oldest and most famous tonics known In medic (UP, viz.: liccf'und coil liver nc'iiloncs. ron :inil poploTjales auil elyccrophosjihrclcs. ThnL la why Vlnol Is .stich n won- derful rcineily for. weak, rurHlov.u jioraoris, "fccblo old dellcote children, and lo restore slreriEth'aft- cr Elckncss. Itccid llallcyhnry, "I was run-do WnV rtespnmlcnl. weak nnd ircn'ous suffered from dyspepsia. 1 tried Ion- lea, gtoiuach iiieillclnes aiid had m'cd- Iclnr from tvrn iloclors without lien- efit. The; Strong Drug ot (taiU-y-. linry. Onl., told me' about VInolv and' asked nic to' Iry It. 1 did nnd couhl see an (niiirovcmcnt before (he first uotllc waa lafccn. I kept on Inking more, my ily.ipepala has. gone, anil -T slrorigcr'ln every way." J, j Snlnno.. r AVe, return money. In every '.swell case where Vlnol falls lo benefit thr, J. D. UfElnoolhain Co., Mil.. Also at the beat druggists .In nil Albcila Advcrlfscntcni. SKIN AFFECTIONS lfr One package proves It. guaranteed above Vlnol drjggU ;