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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta tPRIDAY, APRIL 14, IDIG THE LfcTHBRIDGE D/iltr HERALD PAGE SEVEN Moderately Priced for Easter Trade ix greati:k ^ aimf/i y oi^ 8tyli:s and PI?T(li:.S LOWEK iii AT A\V TIME _Tins SEASON_ We >\onl(l advise an Early Solcclion. Make a small ave pants enongli to put a pair on everybody In 1/etlibridgo, and then have some left. All sizes, 4 years up to 11) years. Prices ?1.50, $1.25 and.............. $1.00 Genuine French Kid Gloves at the Old Price Fortunately tlio lino of French gloves we Imndlo are nianuractured In the southern part of Franco, which is not very mnch affected by the war, wo aro still ablo to give you the same old iiualitios at tlio same old price. COLORS TAN, BROWN, BLACK & WHITE Qnality j>uaranteed, Pel' pair...........Sl.50 Oxford Knit Underwear for Ladies and Children Women's Combinations, 40c, oOc, 75e and $1.00 Girls' Combinations, 50c & t;5c Women's Vcst.s, 20c np to 05c Women's Drawers 35c u|) to (i5c Boys' I5albrij>j�an Combinations. All sizes, per suit (i5c EXTRA SPECIALS Middle Ties.............. 25c Corset Covers............. 25c Night Gowns.............75c Black Sateen Underskirts. $1.00 Girls' Dresses ............ (JOc Extra largo o\'erall Aprons G5c Dresser Covers ........... 50c C-C Corsets at____......$1.00 Yard Avide Colored Shantnng Silk ................... 80c Bordered Curtain Scrims, yd. 20c UnderAvear Crepe, yd......15c And many other special vafiics to otter you this week-end. The Country Merchant (From the Grain Oroworn' (iiildn) In this Issue appear a (vw out ol' a large number of letters from farnu'r.s, farmers' wivc!g and country inerciuuits dealing with the subject "riK! Country .Merchant." Tlip iiuiliial relationship of the farmer and tlie country merclmnt and the plin'e of each as well as that of the mail unWy house In the evolution of nual dii-MMliuiion of niurchandiso lias licf ii fairly wi'll covered in tiu- letters rcc(M\r(i. Tlial | the retail merchant luis and iliat It is i desirable lie should havo a iicrnianent \ place In country mcreliandLsInK ss will be on sale along- with --Prime (irain Fed Beef.----- For Sunday mornings l)reakfast try our special Tomato or Cambridge Sausage Our of IrndtMlciiiniuls the best, (,'iistoiners are nlso ])roloc1efl liy the Pun; Vood LaAVS of Canada wlicii dealiii.ii' fit depcMidahlo mai'kots. , \^'atch our ad. next week lor si)ecial Easter oFl'erinj^s. Main Market-3rd Avenue Soutli. - - Phones 112 and 138S Dominion INfarket-Cor. 4th Ave. and 6th St. S. - Phone 1(5.54 Palace Market-llUh Street North - - - - - Phone 131 . WOMEX POLICEMEN FOR LONDOX London Is to have a police corps of women. At a recent meeting in the Mansion House, the Lord Mayor, pre,'^i:ling, ad\ocated the Cornialion of such a corps to augment tho officient London police corps, which has been depleted by men leaving for the war. I Improved Appetite usually Tollows the use of for bfcnkfasl. Tills I'ooii comes to you hi llio form of crisp, mit-lilce ^'I'amiles wilJi the true gruiu swi'ctucss of whole wlieut inul nuiltetl btirley. Served with a liltle ereum or f^ood milk, luul Ji .sprinkle of sugar if ile-sired, (irape-N'uts is a delicious food with just enough "clicNviness" to win the appetite and start digestion. **There's a Reason" At Grocei's-� ', .15c Die pac.kagc ticular work as well as an agricultural Journal. The man who is well posted on current events is always interesting. The operation of a local employment agency for farmers in busy seasons without or with little charge e.\-eejit for teleiihonlng Is quite feasible. The extra labor on the land sljouid result in extra returns to the farmer and lienee to tho merchant. A merchant who wants io do himself a really good turn might start a rest room, i.e., a projier ono, and then watch tho farmers' wives come his way. ISven a desk for farmers' use in writing letters or leaving packages would often get customers. It should not bo mado so the farmer v.lll think he is imposing on someone. Farmers aro imposed on enough already. In some of the northern states travelling libraries in country stores, i)artly of agricuUural books, are supplemented by government bulletins and reports. JInrket days with prizes or an annual celebration and entertainment are other features strongly encouraged by merchants there. Boys' and girls' clubs, poultry shows, spring fairs, etc., are all fields of effort Avell worth exploring, flerks witli business acumen, but wlio know farmers and farming and who will attend social events in tlie country as well as get their employers to subscribe to such, are real assets. SHE WAS TORPEDOED Itarcolona, via Paris, April 13.-The Russian sailing vessel Imporator has been torpedoed by nn Austrian snb-marine in the Mediterranean. K'Ino of the crow, some of whom are wounded, have been landed hero by a Dutch steamer. The Imperator, of .1173 tons, left Gulfport, Miss., on Fob. 2'a lor iMarsoilles. HOW DANES SUFFER Copenhagen, via Ijondon, April Vi. -Forty-two Danish sliips, valued at 11,000,000 kroner, the cargoes of which were valued at 20,000,000 kro-ncB, have been destroyed by submarines and mines during the war. l';i;Uity-seven men have been killed. Danish shi|)s valued at 2,dOO,0()0 kroner have been torpedoed since the be-{�.Inning of liio now submarino warfare. How to Fee! Well During Middle Life Told by Three Women Who Learned from Experience. Uarbcd-wiro ontnnglomonts will skirt a portion of the frontier of Canada in tho neigliborhood of tho electric plant at Niagara Falls. This precaution was roconimoiidod by Brig.-Gen. Ijogie. Major Paul A. fiillespie, formerly of Caiiiiingtoii, died at Wlnberg, South Afi'ica, of bubonic plugiio while oil uo-tlvo Horvice, The Change of Life is a most critical perioti of a woman's existence, and neglect of health at this time invites disease and pain. Women eveiywhere should remember that there is no other remedy known to medicine that will so successfully cany women through this trying period as Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from native roots and herbs. Read these letters: - Phi lade Iphift, Pa.-"I started the Change of Life five years ago. I always had a headache and backache \vitli bearing down pains and I would have heat flashes very bad at times with dizzy siiells and nen'ous feelings. After taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Coniiwund I feel like a new person and nm in better health and no move troubled with the aches and pains I had before I took your wonderful remedy. I recommend it to my friends for I cannot praise it enough."-Mvs. Makgaret Gbass-man, 7C0 N. Ringgold St., Philadelphia, Pa. Beverly, Mass.-"I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, for nervousness and dyspepsia, when I was going through the Change of Life. I fotuid it very helpful and I have always spoken of it to other women Avho sutler as I did and have had them try it and they also have received '~"-' good results from it."-Mrs. Giiouon A. Dunuab, 17 lloundy St., Beverly, Mass. Erie, Pa.- "I was in poor health when tho Change of Life started with me and I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, or I think 1 should not have got over it as easy as I did. Even noM' if I do not feel good I take the Compound and it restores mo in a short time. I ^vill praise your remedies to every woman for it may help them as it has me."-Mrs. E. Kisslinq, 931 East 24th St., Erie, Pa. No other medicine has been so suocesstut in relieving woman's suffering as 1ms Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Women may i-ocolvo free and lielpf ul ad vice by writing the Lydia j:. Vlnkbani Medlchio Co., Lynn, Mass. Such letters are received and answered by women only and bold In strict coufldeuQe* ;