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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 21, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta APRIL 21, '.91G T1MC I, KTH Nil I DC E DA'I.Y HERALD PAGE SEVEN Crowds "V1 tri Only 3 Days More a ftrand new this monster moving- EylanoV Moving-0 Sale Ends Saturday list of bargains for goods jusi opened up and included in out sale. See the window tor other specials. Shop Early In The Morning Thursday Bargains No Phone Orders for these MIDDY ojicned, yard lloivvy lino WB. Tliuraluy wide English Nalll ooolt, 100 yarilu clearing to- 4 E_ moiTOW, ijjer yard J plcco only 72 inch Wlltto Sheeting, on aaie Thursday per yard TABLE dozen only plo Clolhs. Jiiiro lilioll, 72x fl> 110 lus, values Lo S3.00 tor I BABY dozen pieces of 27 inch Embroidery Flounc- lug, GOc to S5c, on bnlo WVW WHITE fold, 40 ins. heavy quality, clearing per yard TURKISH T 0 W E L L I N Q-s-Heavj- uuallty, IS Inches wide, on 4 ealo Tliursday per yard I V1 v p.uy8 a Suit- or Coat, worth up to Only a limited quantity left at 'Reaa particulars This is our linul clean up on a dozen or so silk lined fin its, a Jot o'f New Spring Coats, in Serges, Tweeds and other inntcr- up to 40 and values up to Your choice .it Warner's rust-proof Corsets ;A now Warner Gorget, ''with a dpulblo skirt, med- skirt. This 'corset worth at ujiy itlme ?r.BO. Any nlzc, 19 26, for Ladies' button Slices Why pay regular prices for your new uliooa vdien are selling EnvprosB ami Relludo bultoh 'or luco shoes, (ft A (HF" ID nil leathers, at fac- Vik ton- price. Any ehos [i I B1 n in the store .38 For your choice a lot of new em- broidered Voile Waists worth any place from up to In by iOO brand new Embroidered Voile Waists in sizes 34 to 42. These will be put on tale tomorrow morning at about half prJce. Buy your scason'c supply while the 1 prjce li low. All Wool'Serge Cresses (Well-made ecrge street Dresses in navy, brown L or Wa-ck, all new thlE season, clearing a doz- 1 en or more Thursday at 3.95 and Skirls Any Ladles'Scree Skirl, iu the store wortli ui; io 37.00 ivill .ue on salf Thursday niornins 'at (lie price cf (ho ial. Be early lor quan- Thursday Bargains No phone orders for these 65c BAL. quality Ladies' IteJ-briggait Vests, short oi1 no sleeves, for v? w W BALBR1GGAN COMB1N AT I 0 N knees or values clearing at......... BABY or button front style, on snlc "TUurn- day, GIRLS' kwee line thread' cotton, at -10c, J3c and 5UC CORSET out 3 lace trimmed Corsets -I Covers at each I OC MUSLIN knit Jer- sey materials, 3 dozen on Sale per pair RADIUM SILK Iicst ipial- lly, heavy or light weight, Thursday per COTTON pairs of T.nclles' .Maco Cotton Hose, seamless, for................... eoc K. Krnncdy and ilnug'nlcr arc spomJj'nfj JL few duys ia Caiman'. .Mr. U'ilkjc, Hpcnt ilay in tlic clly, IIM relurnjd to U'lliliriiljje. .llr. and Mrs. Wilkie arrive shortly Lo laufi up tlicir resi- ilCB'.1! in Alborlnn. '1'lic WoniLii'n Auxiliary o! SI. Uy- prian'i, diun-h will nol meet tomor- row as formerly announc- ed, hut will nii'ct a week 'from Uicu, April JO'.li. Organdie Embroidery Transparent Organdie Ldg.ngs suit- able for miking the new a new lot Juit yard. THE BUSY STORE New Home Journals New Journals for May just opened. This is the Girls' Number and the cover design is excellent. New Sum- mer Dresses, New Hat Styles. l -be acting for the Do SlR ADAM' SECK fon-es. Kfi GOES TO FRANCE minion mNltla depnrtmeEt, London, 2Q. Sir Adam ed to diaclose Ifca oxact oature of Jii Heck will lenve today fcr France, on duties. It la believed be will be re tin important mission in connection niouat commissioner for the the C'Deruttons of the British ian Torcei. Ladies! The opportunity have been waiting-loi-has arrived. We Close the Bentley Stock I Thursday, Friday and Saturday we will L' you the balance of which in- cludes: J LADIES' LONG BLACK SILK GLOVES" j LONQ SILK GLOVES LONG LISLE GLOVES lf LACES AND DRESS TRIMMINGS WAT-SON'S UNDERWEAR _ CUSHION CORD LACES, EMBROIDERY AND BEADINQSJ INSERTIONS'AND MOTOR VEILS LADIES' WHITE UNDERSKIRTS _ CORSET LADIES' NIGHT GOWNS LADfES' FANCY COLLARS .._. LADIES' LAOIE8' COATS, i LADIES' WHITE SKIpTS LADIES' BOOTS AND SHOES EIDERDOWN WOOL 'At 'practically your own pricet. No offer .will be refuiqd. We ihall have about one McCall Patterns'to aeM at 1 cent each. GERMAN SOLDIEKS IN POLAND PAU8E IAT THEIR WORK Or DIG- GING TKENCHES FOli TJIEIK MIDDAY MEAL GREAT PEACE CONFEKENCl Toronto, April A cablrjran] to' thu CMohc from Rome, sent Sunday, uavs j "Tlu- firsi, conference of Uie war lias just been nincluilcil here. much u'nij iiccuniplishpil, if thiiiB, CrtinmL now be slaLcd svlc'h clttliornlc itula.surej ty r'l'e-fer.e sec- iccy lim'c Ijron jidojilcd, llial il is doubtful' llial even (his letltr get through. "The grcal significant fart is lllat Sir ICdward Grey, Ihp loreipn BL'cre- tary, caint lo li'urac to take part, in this peace cnnimnn, HirivinK -here on April C tliat Goncjal I'au, the ilisliiiBUislica French commander, has making k triumphant lout in Russia and the lialkanii, arrived hrrc April S lo attend the meeting on beliall of France and that while here these two representatives of the allies met three prominent Anslro- stair.snien and an import- ant delegation Iran Kusaia. "It is couimon knowledge .that at, this lime tvvo prominent Turks made, it convenient to be here. These ish delegates took a prominent parti in the preliminary negotiations ior peace in the Tifrco-Italian war; nnrt I although they deny publicly that they arc noiv here on such business, the impression is strong that the sudden i gathering of irarid-ivide famous dip-! lomats cannot be explained in aiiy oilier way than afi a jiUJlinucary dis- cussion looking t.o. a. separate for j HAMMER TOES CUT OFF, HE-.JOINS -ARMY Wcllanil, Out., minor operations have been iinder- by recruits heru-thaHhey might pass medical necpssRry to join the various contingents, but Wi'iliam Rltson has jjone all others one bettor. When he volunteered be was rejected, .owing' to the fact that he hud a "hammer toe'' on each Eoot. Not to be denied, .lie.snbmittpd Ln ni) operation, by whlcli the offending toes were amputated. He 'svas accepted tor the third, contingent........ The Hundred Which Don't End Corns Perliops you triad uncf tried, but found notliintf thai onds u corn." You might keep Iryinu [or years, Madam. -There are a hun- dred ways which don't. Mosl oE them urc very much alike. But remember this: There is one way which hai removed 70 million corns. It ia now removing holt lha corns that grow, It'j a plailer which bit of wondrous wax. It Midi corn pain in a jiffy, li (fw corn itself irTlwo days. It gently loosens the corn until it comes out wilhuat nny pain or soronerj. Whcnyoumerely pore When you use some Bear ibis in romd. There are [olltB ail around of never suffer corns. You are wronging youraeU when you fail to what they do. Blue-jay Plasters IS ZS Dniflllll Sammies Mailtd Fnc Biaer ft Bltck, CUup K.W SIR DONALD MANN ON CANADA'S' CRO? the entire populotioji of Greet Britain j tin-niirfr nn extondc'd war, hut thero will be enough left ovfer for Belgium, according to Sir Mann, vice- president oi the Canadian Northern Hallway. "The Canadtan Noith'ern alone .will ASTHMA COUGHS WHOOPING COUCH Used with succeai l The ilr cirrylni the soothe] ihei. the cnugh, Creiolenclalnvilt lo itioihcrs vllh children mid t boon lo Rcrcn [rom Send UB portal Jor dncriptica booklet ev onuasiiri Af 0 CRSSOLEKE CO. -T RECENT HAPPENINGS AT RAYMOND. ('Raymond'Leader) A scliool was recently eslabllslied i the Buck Ilrincli, the Raymond School J3onri1 aad Ray KnlRlit ird Smith is ternnorsrily in l charge of the school, .already uas quite a -llr. L'olem.iri of the Bank of Jroij- trenl staf[ loft luat week Tor Wiimj- peg, he having been transferred to I move bu.heli 'of Ga Ci ut.h of V 'said here today. "This would provide S' Si four loavej, or brtad'a week tor .11 Blue Ribbon and Baking Powder filti'e Hilibon, the name signifies ail ( is best. Always ask for Blue Hilibnit CoiTec, Baking -der, Ten, Spices', Jelly Powders V: and Extruds. TJioy per- fect snlisfnclioii. SABRES USED ON FOOD RIOTERS Homo, April disturb- ances arising out of the government's food regulations, continue in "Eren.- tino. Tlie famished population, Sun- day, attacked the military storehouses and Dearly succeeded in carrying away .'large supplies of food, when the police charged with dran'n snhres. 'The fighting between the civil pop- ulation ancl the police was so bittav that reinforcements were naked for from tbo military authorities Sunday night to aid iu coiling with tlic situa- tion. .Similar roiting has taken nlacn In Bohemia, where a moh nt looted a train load of fiour dcatined Lho army. A'dispatch from-Trent atutea that the flo.iir there has'.been BTChaiiEicil thnt haherB Im've quil mailing bread. nnd taken their 'sents. Iu the course ALLEGED -SPIES ARE INDICTED nT the nfteruoon-she Ensiled corrupt- _ of the afternoon, she spelled correct- ly words from "every imge in the spelling book, BANISH BILE! A bilious condition of the system is the result of inaction of the liver, often causing severe headache through the eyes and temples, culminating some- times in nausea and vomiting, which is frequently followed by a bilious diarrimu. Abbey's Effervescent Salt, when taken ns directed, stimulates the peptic o( the sromnch irtcrc.TSes -the cosiirattion ol its muscles from Loud'on, April bills were returned by tlie grand :'ury In the Old Bailey' Criminal Court today, against three alleged Oernjan spies; Kuep' Halm and Mui'ier, with sending military., information to Ger- many. j Aritone.Kuepferle iirofesses to be an 'American, it'is believed he cornea from 'Brooklyn; Mxiller claims he naturalized Ensllilnnan, while Hahn lulniMs IIQ -Is-a1 Goirnmn. SLrlct prc- cautions today to eie'.wl all putBlders s.t the -hearing. USED FALSE PASSPORTS London, April merr bera of the crew of the German iary cruiser Friuz Eitel Friedric have arrived here on board the stear.. er Helllfrlova from New York, lieadu: in London 'iol-'four an'd 'a-half years. CANADIAN TROOPS ARRIVE.- IN Ottawa, pnL, April' J: G. Farmaloe, aon'of W. G. Paraialee, for- mer deimty minister of trade and ccm- nierce, who is in command-oC the sec- ond Oivisio'niil supply coluinn, has advised his relatives liy cable Mie safe arrival oE the supply '.cclumn in England. The column entrained nt Toronto and left for England, early in April, sufling frcra Hfififax. There. Ueoeasea was a pioneer of Utah. A very pretty wedding ctlfiT brnted nt high noon on April S, when Miaa Loretta Fa'n-ns and J.. Velve Heggie wre united In marriage.. Bishop Fawrie of Stirling liertormed th ceremony, it !a uuiet affair, only immediate relatives ;md friends being In attendance. Alr.. aud JU-B. Hr-ggie will reside Allen Farm, iv-here he is CANADIANS HAVE BEEN FIGHTING Oltawji, April ad Ian division which is now in the flghtins line on the. continent, ia fe- is uothing in Captain Pormalee's garned among rnl.tary -men In cable -but the bare news tbat the troops arrived safely, and that they liad a good passage. ,-_.'.' MEDIATION NEAR, DECLARES WILSON New York, X.Y., April Ing a crieis was near, when tlie .Unit- ed States must aseiit in recdnfltruct- wftr-rlddeii Europe, -President WJJ- zon, in Bpeakitig at the .annual' lun- cheon of tlis AeeoeJcted Press, sold .hie nation wan the mediating country cf the world, and made a vigorous plea for strict neutrality on ot land as the equal of any Brittili. Bioh imrter the command .of .Generiii _ The aba re statement was Lieul.-Col. K. Burrltt of Winnipeg, who left Canada in command Jltli Infahtry Battalion of the gade. This hrlgtde did not have-tin good "fortune to be br Genenrt an cne of thoie whictrwah to to the front, tfae lit, 2nd aud 3rd having been 'given the Howeverf-moBt :of the men Itft ba- ll in d have Bjnce been drafted ai' re- in forccraente, that practically all of Ciinsdiafli wto left cartier are how at.the front; _ SPELLS .THEM ALL DOWN Oregon City, Orn., Anrll Fiiyuko Jf'ufcal, an eluven-year-old Jsii- niiGEC girl, for the tima In two 1, month's lias dahionatrated. liar right j Mi tlxe llllG of champion speller ClackHmas. county in her Rracie, tne'Tmh. in competition with j (hfrtacn reproBentatlve aptjllera who had beon selected, by olimliiatioD contests (hr- achopl IrictB'of the lieid'tho'flooi1 all the otbers li.iri raissQd. wprds j j.' thus.'if a "person who subject rot Father Chrisnifls comes ou" -1--' Biliousness Rilious Headache-vilM. wiiil tllB assertion. tlmt he. Is not al 1 .-Oiffervcsccnt Sdlt.-ih'c' a11 surprised at the introduction 'n' .iitneya. If people HiflinbotPiim A Co., Limlttd streets; Itioy-eimil poEtin one agntneit, another In' (he they shall seetiV ahjvll like the Look for the Package with the Creamette Cook CraamAtn ia BO teudu Out it MM from I to 8 ;