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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesflty, April 23, 1913. THE DAILY HERALD Paste Monster Crowds Still Continue to Pack :ylands' Store to Its Utmost A Word or Two About This Great Chalieng e Sale Ending on Saturday Three more days and the greatest of all spring sales will be over. This sale has been remarkahlc for the great vol- ume-of business done in so short a time. Each day's re- ceipts eclipsing all former re- cords. We ask you to llelp UB as much as pos- sible by taking small parcels with you ntut It posBlhlo please shop In tho morning. Wo will Ho ready tomorrow morning with a fresh lot of bargains and extra salespeople to serve yon, RYLANDS CO. The Sell-f or-Less Store Two itaintired yards of cambric edgings and Insertions, tvorth up to "LSc. to so Ola Bale Thursday morning. An extra- fine quality English Cot- ton or Madiypollam cloth, yiit-d wide. 1 Kogular 20c a yard, on tjalo seven LacBeB' silk lin'pvhltc, tan, OP black. Regular 7fic any 05c values; extra heavy allk, Male lope; all sale Yard wjde Pailetie and MoBsalino allks. nearly all flhadtw. 'Splendid weight for dreaeea. 'Regular and 11.50, for On of bund (jets made from befit quality Eneltim Full bed stee, each; on'sale... .05 A eollfli.'tion; of Valenclennoa Inser- tions wltli no edgings tq match. Val- ues UB to 8c and lOc; lo clear Thurs- day .50 .90 .95 .03 A Great Pay in The Gingham Dresses and Whitewear Departments GINGHAM an abundance of style, equal to any dresses wo have pre- viously shown. Are now mark- firt PERCALE DRESSES, for afternoon houso wear-'-drosses Chat wlU look just us nice after months of laundry expcr> ttO Cfl lence; en-eclat LINEN DRE8BE8, shades of pink, rose, dolf and linen. Thono dresses camo to xis direct from New at from u good quality Longclotb, cither slip-over or button front style. Regular and ?2.00. Ol% A sample lot............... I CHtLDREN'S fit 2 to (i yearn embroidered stylos; white only; some are slightly soiled; while they last your choice for exactly HALF PRICE WORK bettor than us- ual. A heavy fast color material. These aprons usuniiy sold for 7Sin Now Ivv SELLING Exclusively Nemo and Warner's Rust Proof Corsets Corset lots to be clear- ed at about half thetr regular value. All sizes in both assortments. Vul- tied up to SGc for 50c.; and tho other lot for TABLE NAPKINS, linen anil t extra dinner elr.e; worth in the res- j ular way Mr.le price TABLE of table Huen, 2H to 3 yards Ions; On Bale _ at about HALT1 PRICE. A rare 1 bargain lor early shoppers ut..... -I" SEAMLESS dozou only, black Maco cotton hoae, size 8Vi to great bargain. While they lust your choice NAZARETH kind that soils for. 35c all over the slues to fit girls or to 32 years, Sale price SKELETON children, with hose supporters and waist j combined. The famous Dr. Par- 4-S ker's make ;'on sale nt TTtJ HOSE black only OP- LadloB1 extra Btrons Hose Support- ers; worth ROc u pair; on aalo at.., BRASS pins in a paper, alao good brans safety pins, all Blues rt thia great Bale, 3 papers 1 II .15 Things You Can Buy Forjhe Boy Now, and Save Money; Be W ise BOYS' little topcoats; black and whlto check, or hrowii mixture; Threo to soveii year size, at CSC and BOYS' new Brownio Suits, 3 to 7 year all wool innteriiUs; Rood suite clearing an low aa I O WASH to 7 year sizes; good qual- ity Engllwh Galatea fast colors OC On Sale....................... I SAILOR OalftAea material 3 to 7 year sices; extra apodal at fOC SHIRT Am- erican jnado blouse; Gto H year sizes; light stripes, plain blue and ft A tan............................ wUC UNDERWEAR for boyti. merino shirts or drawers at 45c eaoh; alao Bal- hrlggan Underwear.............. wOG English sll wool Cashmen 25 to 30 sizes. RYLANDS CO. The Sell-for-Lesa Store f The Best Spring 2; AND Blood- Medicine PURIFIES AND CLEANSES THfc ENTIRE SYSTEM TV gooi-lor olil .Winter 'and SHrower, JCo idftager of taking ooldi It omt ,SO eentfl per your V trugglst. 4 Dltplnyi at Company Tke Frank Henley SEEDING WELL WAV it rim JAPANESE ARE bmStatus of Race Throughout World April In the Question of the Japanese colony'in California' IB very oonoUeraWs' here, Bdltorial iag. feelliigr in Japsn-has Btroflglr arouM'i.'and It clear from' indlsiiatlori which hava tint tho Japanese bejjeve itSe ;iUsipute to ;tfe" meraly symbolic of tte Vrhole gueatton'ot their future In tho wprjd. obsprvera OBQ at" least appreciate tho >ellDf at "This Actton tf -ti. _ lltoturt only wpertf riling ilurm IB the United State At the grtwtb, of ithe ifctge populft tion, not akin tn 'aplr'lt and 'tradition to the original tbe Am erlcon nation. On-a Boltd Kass of ten negroef. itaere sup et-lmpcssa a ot backward peoples from sou them and eastern Europe, and tha white races In'-Ou have an addttiona dread competition tfroni Asia bj foil: can underlive" the white man. "Japan, on ithe qther. band, though cherishing no impossible dreams is Eftialng a foothold the American continent, and Is keenly resentful of Implications of racial inferiority. I Js the humiliation her, and fthe proud and (sensitive nation 'which, has aewly won. a place in the world feels acutely that her sacrifices and atruffglMB have not achlevec tor her all tho recognition which sbn to be her tine, 'Its la precisely becauae in flammatorr are cemable in both; quarters that we hope President -will spcceed in hte efforta to obtain either an ab- andJMun0nt, or, at an-y rate, a modi- Heatton of the threatened' California Where Is Only One "iipomo Quinine" That is Quinine fJSEO THE WORLD OVER TO CURE M COLO IM OHE DAY. Alwiiys i-nmcmbor the full name. Loo> for this signature on every .box. 26c, s Farmers Around Cardston Have Large Amount of Spring Wheat Sown "Cardston, April begun at Cardston. the fact that a largo percentage: of plo'wlng had to oe done this spring. Dr. Nolaon, who has it large whe'iit farm at Raley, reports that ha has 200 acres of spring wheat sown. This is probably the largest credited to one farm, but many smaller fields are on the way. It is the old timers thait growth-will'be rapid. Comparing the late spring with similar conditions other years, farmers are looking for like results. A bumper crop is expected throughout the whole south country, v E. J. HHlter, farm Instructor at Farm 4 on tbe Blood-Indian reae was in town on Saturday or. -business connected with spring operations. Mr. HIlHer reports that more prairie will be broken 'this year for Increas- ed crop facilities. The Indians are proving themselves apt agricultural- lets. There IB an abundance of mois- ture all over the reserve. Grass Is good and cattle will be in ''splendid shape. The Mexican cattle put on for ;razing last summer hsvs. "at winter- ed as as the Alborta tirded. The G.t P. R. water tari-k- at St. bridge has beeii repaired and locomotives are taking water there nOy. During the winter the Card- ston Milling Co, .have supplying ,he water from their mill. Cardston's streets are In baa need of some work. Springs in> the hilla on streets 'leading and aoutii have heaved the roadbed and left he places in desperate shape. The street running west from the Gaboon Hotel bas a deep, ditch down .'the centre caused by the spring freshet; parts of which are in a dangerous iondition. of the Adult Bible :lass of St. Andrew's church "was leid last night. It has been decided hat week night meetings shall be eld fortnightly for tbe remainder of tie summer. Next Tuesday .the megl- ng 'will be under ithe care of tho de- otlonal committee. i Mr. Gold, representing the Alborta 'empernnce and Moral Reform Lea- ue, has signified his intention of isitiiig Cardston early in May and iving his illustrated .lecture on "Ten Is in- a -Barroom." All .the. flhur- ;ies asked to co-operate in. mak- ng the affair a success. Mr. Laurie, barrister of Cardston, a business visitor to LethbriOge i Tuesday. McD. Talt, Presbyterian mis- onary- at Cardstoiv-was, uesday night giving his lectiire "The rok of Ruth; tin Old Love the Adult Bible class, Mrs. Tait has been confined to her ed for a week through No damage has.been reported from ost as. gardens, bavo been anted and none far enough atlvtinc- ed 'to bo effectutl hy TitesUuy morn- cold snap. Mrs. Christie ami JJulc mid Mra. Clarke and little from kep Gap, south bant of Curdnton, tire thla week" of Mrs. Hugh 13, Brown, of the new roitl linn of Card ft Brown, WHS H visitor to LothbridKO on Tuosday. Those'who fittontlod the .fiineral of tho Mrs, Hinman ruturnod to their homes on Monday' and Tnen- day. All the towns in the vicinity were woll reprnBCiitedd. IfrOSEMEAD RosfiriiPad, April IOHR talk- Rd of railroad I'romt UlUiiw to Blaclcic is under conatvytttlon at last, Cnvn- dtil DrOH. cathp !H tit on section i 2C, a milo and n half'east of Hose-1 mead. we wni.havo a towiisite In- tins vicinity we I'eel sure, but the cxayt location fa yet to be determined That thoro will bG'sonie disappointed Jtarnicrs Is certain everyone claims the elte within tliree miles ench way. That Socialism is Rrowing in Rose- mead was evident at tho election on tlio 17th, Of 39 votes cast 2U were SocialtBt, 12 Liberal and 1 Con- servative. F. Archambla 1ms bean adding an addition to his houKfi.and IB now im- proving Its looks with'a new coat of paint. .11. D. Charter .was a Leth-bridge visitor on ilia ilrst of the week. _ School was reopened at Kasimir agftin. three weeks ago, with Kowaiu Pomroy as teached. Mr. Porairoy just closed a successful turm at the Black Spring-Ridge school previous to com- ing here. The last teacher at Kasi- mir, Miss Margaret Liang, is now teaching fn the BiHsmere district. Mr. Browning has hail a windmill erected on his place" recently by H. H. Charter, the whom he purchased it. Mr. and P.- Budget Showed Steadily Grow- ing Revenues Railways Earning Surpluses Arebimiblb and Misa Oir spent guudaj at Roseuiead. Every Woman Should Use That splendid, pleasantly :bubbling tonic which stim- ulates organs, and rids th'e blood of Impurities, Rosy cheeks and vigorous health reward the daily use of Abbey's Effervescent Salt. Take A Bottle Home To-day. Kar-iciil, Iij'dla, April Cluy Pleetwood the financial mem- bar of tjio Vicovoy's eyecntive coun- cil, presonted nfs financlni statement to the council In a remarkably clear und "able" speech. The budget esti- mate of rovenue Tor the years 1912- 13, was The latest rc- vieed (jused on the actual figuresrifqr tho nine months, ending Is or an improvement made up chiefly of surpluses under the heads of railways. The latest revised estimate of ex- penditures jfxceetls the budget esti- mate1'by only so the an- ticipated net surplus is approximate-' !y_ Out or the imperial revenue large aggregating over have been distributed as grantfi to principally for education and santtation, and the net surplus'' retained by the government will bp or an excess of budget estimate. The year has been one of .exception- al prosperity, "Even the most irre- sponsible said Sir Guy, would have hesMnted to predict that th'e development of railway traffic wopld.prove po enormous as. to con- stitute a., in railway manage- ment." The increase expenses of, the railways is more than j and the net receipts are' bcttsr than that of the j budget estimate, The percentage Of I working expenses has been brought! is a lower figure than has been wlioftii foi the last five years .Military, services are "expected to take up Included in which js the cost the suppression of tbe anils -traffic in the Persian This ia Guy WMson's budget, lie has betn finance the'Council for the last fIVP yearsf and hdfa eai ned distinc- tion in1 office During the I Vicef-oy's recent enfojccd absence, i Slf Guy was Placed at the head of tho government, and cairied on the viqe-rogaU.dlitics. In a manner 'worthy of hit. high repiifation His career In India practically tei miuntcd on the day he delivered his speech Cambridge, Mass.. April cstabliHhniont of fnctorifta to aitllize the waste products of tlio farm '.would increase tho profits of tho farmers and reduce the hlgii ssst-of-Hvinft in the opinion of .Profoaeor. T. H.-Carver of Harvard University, Curvof, who has boon ap- pointee! director of UIH'-newlyeroded ngi'iculturnl service of tho U'; S. dc- pnKment of ngrlctiUure. aaid he bn- Hoved tho middleman could not be tilimlniiteti by nny system. He fltafcd, however, that efforts would be made to make tho middleman conic to tnrms where hla profiif-g were exco-E- Blve. Asthma CmtarrK WHOOflNG COUGHI ITA5BMDIC CRODf COUGHS A ilmpfe. eafa ind tfTeeiivo trcahnwt for bron- ctilal IroubtEi, without doklngl tho itomith wllft diuila. with nucf lor thirty i> thrtint, anil hts. Cruiiolsro la JnvAluablo to v'Uli mu ehll.lreri an.l BOON to .uKcrcra from twod tu jiaiWJ toe descripti ALL onuaoioTQ. Try CRrtSOLRHR AN'TJKP.IMIC TllltOAT TAIlLIirHff'rtlteJrvJmBrt Ihuf aru nimple. tlTtttve itnil autljciitiu (If jour ilrniitfiiit opr.ETi' us. Vopo Cfcsclcns Co. of the of Morton RORI (and Co., who ilietl suddenly as he cn- his home on 'Sunday night, af- ter having' made an ascension irj an f sit Hemlprson, was that lie I dit'll from natural cuusss. H ihu I first ascension Sir Charles had niado and lie ajipearad to be delighted ''with his experiences. London, April verdict of the .coroner's jury in the case of Sir Chan. Day Hose, president of the Royal Aero club, and former member ffev. John MoNeill, of Ocoke'H church, Toronto, preached in Gait at the 15th anniversary services of the pastorate of Rtiv. ft. E. Knowles. CALVARY'S' .fQWER RATE Calgary, IH reported that a 'Contract: will he signed be- tWeen lliq .city rind 'the Calgary Po.w- er Co.; within a few dftys for horsepower at per Si.p., ana for additional power at rates grading down to for Kev. Trtps. Nattress of Amherst- burg1 resigned: from the Presbyterian' ministry after twenty years' service to join ft Detroit manufaoairing THE SPOONY-MOONY GJRLS One of the many delightful numbers, at the Morris Theatre, two itarttng Thurcday, April 24th, The Beggar Prince Opera Co. AH the Coriis In America Could be Ended This Week If all people iiSftcV-what millipns are You can prove this yourself in using; tliero 'would be two Try a on that no. corns nest week, old, old, corn. corn would Note how it acts without any be trpitcd at once discomfort.- Note the absence of with a little Blue jay pain or soreness. The corn is completely forgotten. --1- -----'-1 TKeft ante in two days how tbe corn lifts out. Blue-jay keeps millions free corns. When you stop paring stop oftl-tirae treatments will have freedom too. And all. people sometime will know this. pain would top in tautlj Then the B B was would gently loosen each corn. In 48 hours nil the corns would come out. A In tho picture is tlm fl Stops (liopiiinnnci P la rubber adhesive i It lOqsenE the corn. ps the vrtix. from spreading. 11 in narrowed to bo comfortable, aston the planter Bliie-jay Corn Plasters Sold fey JSc and 25c pe? Sample MnUcd Free. Also iiiuo-juy Buiiioa Plasters. (312) Bauer Blfick, Chicago New York, Makers of Surgical ;