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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta WcfliicKclty, April 23, 1013. THE LKTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 4 A Word or Two About This Great Challenge Sale Ending on Saturday . Thr,ee more days and the greatest) of all spring sales will be over. This sale has been remarkable for the great volume of business done in so r short a time. Each day's receipts eclipsing all former records. We ask you to h�lp uh ob much aa possible by taking small parcels with you aad If pofislMe please whop In the morning. Wo win be ready tomorrow morning with a* frcnh lot of bargains and extra flaleapeople to serve you. RYLANDS The Sell^or^Less Store Two li huttiflred yards cambric edglngB and Insertions, worth up to 18c, to go on> sale Tbnrftday mcwnlng. .05 I An extra* fine quality EngV^sh Cotton or MadBipollam cloth, yfird wide. Heipular 20c a yard, on *alo seven yards for..............t........... w LadKes' silk hose, iln^ white, tan, or black. Regular 75c arid Q5c valuea'; ^tri^ heavy allk, with Halo tops; all ttzeflinOn sale ......V............ Yard w^de Pallette and MeHsaline ^ g\ allkf. ii�Arfly alt ^had^a. Splendid 111| weivht for dreiwss. Regular 11-25 and n.50. for ,...v................ Onefhundred/i^li?;|i*tB made from best gXf^ quality Bngllrfft Sheeting. Pull bed Blee. Heflfular^$1.25 each; on sale... m%/t3 A collection-of ValenctenncB Inser-tiona with no edgings tq match. Values -up to 8c and 10c; to clear Thursday morning....................... .03 A Great Day in The Gingham Dresses and Whitewear Departments GINGHAM DRESSES-With an abundnnco ot Btyle^ equal to any droHsea wo have previously shown. Are now mark- QQ PERCALE DRESSED, for afternoon liouae wear--dresaes fihat will look Just as nice - after months of laundry expor- Cf| ienoe; special ................. 9v�OU LINEN DRESSES, shades of pink, sky, rose, delf and linen. These dreflses came to us direct from New York......$4 QQ NIGHT GOWNS-Made from a good quality Longcloth, either slip-over or button front style. Regular ?1.75 and $2.00. ^4 A sample lot............... 91 CHILDREN'S DRESSES-To fit 2 to 6 yonra -assorted embroidered stylos; white only; some are sUgbtly soiled: while they last your choice for exactly HALF PRICE WORK APRONS-feomelhinE bettor than usual. A heavy fast color material. Tliesc aprons usually sold (or yi.Sfi. 7C� Now .......................... I OG SELLING Exclusively Nemo and Warner's Rukt Proof Corsets Corset Covers-Two lots to be cleared at about half their regular value. All sixes in both assortments. Val- ues up to 85c for 50c.; and the othor lot for ......................... irft^ TABLE NAPKINS, pure linen ,ind ^ g%l extra dinner sir.e; worth in the rep;- I / Ular way 250-Challenge Hale price TABLE CLOTHS-Remnants of table Huen, 2^ to 3 yards long; On sale ^ at about HALy PRICE. A rare | ^/ bargain for early shoppers at..... Jf^fci SEAMLESS HOSE-25 dozen only, black Maco cotton hose, slzia 8^ (o ^ m 10-a great bargain. While they I last your choice ................, NAZARETH WAISTS-The kind that aells for SHc all over the west.- t\f* siKBS to nt girls or boyfi-2 to 3 2 years. Sale price ............... SKELETON WAISTS-For children, with hose supporters and waist j hi combined. The famous -Dr. Par-ker*8 n^ake ;on sale nt ...........  �^ p HOSE SUPPORTERS-In black only g^mm Ladles* extra strong Hose Support- crs; worth 50e a pair; on sale at... BRASS PINS-3Co pins in a paper, also good braes safety pins, all sizes ^ -during this great sale, 3 papers I || for ....... ..................... .XV Thincs You Can Buy For the Boy Now> and Save Money; Be Wise BOYS' OVERCOATS-Neat little topcoats; black and whU.o check, or bnown mixture; Three to seven year size, at 'tf^ ftC $4.50, $4.25 and ................ 9v>90 BOYS* SlilTS-jThe new Brownie Suits, 1^ to 7 year size; all wool materials; yjg good suits clearing as low as I 9 WASH SUITS-S to 7 year slKes; good quality ISngllsh Galatea, fast colors .fl^ i| i^m On Sale....................... 91 nCO SAILOR BLOUSES^English Gala4:�a material 3 to 7 year sises; extra special ffC^ at ........................... rOC SHIRT BLOUSES-The 'iLittle Orte"~an Am-�rioan made blouse; 5to H year stses; light stripes, plain blue &nd UNDERWEAR for boys, merino Vhirts or dlra.'^refa fti 45c eaob; also Bal- iJCj* briggan Underw^r .............. iSOC JERSEYS-.Fine English all wool Cashmere 29 to .*)0 sizes. mtM t^gm now.......................... 9 ImCO RYLANDS & CO The Sell-for-'Less Store 4^ 1 d 1. 't �'-l The Beit Spring AND } Blood - -Medicine f III! PURfTlES AND CLEANSfiS THE ENTIRE SYSTBW ; 1 i BqiusllTr good-for old and'young. ^ winter and 6�n�iier. No^4lan9�r of taking cold. ' It is nature'g ovm. Te��Ay. �0 cents per boUlf M your ' 4TOffg(Bt. / , . Gompaiiy The Frank H�dl�y A Farmers Around Cardston Have Large Amount of Spring Wheat Sown cd to be effected by Tuewduy morning's cold snap. Mrs. Christie and llttU* Rlrl and Mrs. Clarke and liltlo ^iri from Whis-kep Gap, Bouth ieapt of CardBton, are gu'CEls this weelr of .Airs. Hodgson. Jiugli B. Brown, of ilio now real estate Arm of Card ^ Hrowu, whs ji visitor to Lethbrldjio on TupBday. Those who attended Uie funeral of the late Mrs. Hinm.'in returned to their homes on Monday and Tuesday. All the towns in the vicinity were well representedd. Cardston, April 22. begun at Cardston. -Seeding is well Budget Showed Steadily Growing Revenues - Raihvays Earning Surpluses 2 m � ;> � J Califprnian Dt^mination H Bearing on* Stat us o f R ace V -1 Throughout World 'London, AprU 2S.-Int�r�st In th� questtan of the JaDftOee� oolony ' In Qalifoimia Is very considarablo here, 'Phe Times, In im editorial tbts^movn-in^ says; "Publto feeling in Japan has been. Btrongly arou�e4/and It is clear from indlfiiAtioh mfiotlngf, ivhlch have hoen held that the Japanese beileve tiiQ dl�>pute to tie'merely symboUo of tbe whole Question of their future etatus In tbe wof-ld. DlspaBslonata observers can at least appreciate the feeling at worOc^ m boith st4a�. "The action pt th� qaUroTQ^a leg Ulature only mpprtf cq^ phase of tbe rising alarm in the XJiUted States at the grcowttai ot itbe large population, not akin in spirit and tradition to the original founders of the Am erican nation. On a solid maB>s of ten million negroeSi ihQre ha^ h^en superimposed a d^nse layer of backward peoples from southern and. eastern Europe, and the white raoee in the western states have an additional dread competition from Asia by folk -who can underiiive the white man. "Japan, on 'the other hanrmined ^er of the VIceroy'b oyecii;ivp couu-That there will bu some dipappoiut(^i i f^H. presented his financial .statonvent farmerL� is certain an cvcryono claims the site witliln three miles each way. That Sociallsni ia growing In Hobc-mead was evident ut tho election on the ITth. Of th(. an votes rast lit; were SoclnllBt, 1- Liberal and 1 Conservative. F. Arohnmhia has been addinft an addition to his houBo and is now improving Its loolia with" a new coat of pnlnt. H. D. Charter was a Lethbridgo visitor on Oio Jlr.-it of the week. School was reopened at l\asimir again three weeks ago, with Howaid Pomroy as tcachod. Mr. Pomroy just closed a succeaafDl term at the Black Spring' Ridge school previous to coming here. Tho last teacher at Kasl-ralr, Miss Margaret Liang, is now teaching In tho RHismere district. Mr. Browning has had a windmill erected on his place recently by H. D. Charter, tho agent, from whom he purchased it. Mr. and M Cambridge. Mass,. April 23.-The establishment of factories to aitllize (he waste products of the farm would increase the profits of tho farmers and reduco the high cost of living in tho opinion of Professor T. H. Carver of Harvard University. ProfeRSor Ctirvor, who has been appointed director of the newly erected agricultural sorvicp of tho IJ". S. dc-parMnent of agrhniUure, said he bt;-lioved the mladlfiman could not bo oUnilnatcd by any system. He stated, however, that efforts would be rando to make the middleman come to tornis where his protlle were excoE-sivc. Asihtnd Ciitart^K IPASMODTCI ClioOP lUQHS COLM WHOOriKG COVORg BROKcnrm F. Archambio audi Miss Orr spent Suuday at Rosemead. i Every Woman Should Use That splendid, plessantly bubbling tonic which ntim-ulates organs and rids the blood of Impurities. Rosy ch(;eks and vigorous health reward the dally use of Abbey*! Elfervsvcent Salt. Take A Bottle Home To-day. 2S At all 0ni;^^s Prieo as* 60* iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiir to tho council in u reniarkahly clear and able speech. Tlie hud^oi eBtl-mate of revenue for thp years 1912-13, was �70,;i33,:i:i:i. The latest rc-vised oE'timate based on the actual figures' for the nin*^ months, ending December," 1D12. Is �87,000,000, or au Improvement of $T,r.r�r.,fir�(l. made up chiefly of surpluses under the heads of railways. The latest revised estimate of expenditures nxceods the budget estimate by only �171,000, so -that the an-tlclpated net surplus Is approximately �-7,500,000. Out of tho imperial revenue large sums aggregating over .�4,000,000 have boen distributed as grants to province?, principally for education and sanMatlon, and the net surplus retained by the government will bp �3,305,000, or an excess of �1,884,000 over the budget estimate. The year has been one of exceptional prosperity. "Even the most Irresponsible critic," said Sir fJuy. would havo hdsKated to predict that the davelopment of railway trafllc wpuld prove bo enormous as. to constitute a.' crisis In railway management." The increase in working expenses of. the railways is not more than �.600,000, and the net receipts are �a,66Q,66fi better than that of the budget estimate, The percentage of �working .QXpensps has been broughi down 40 40.3, which ia a lower figure than has been shown for the last five yoars. , Military services are take, up �10,646,800, wtlcl^ is the cost of the supproeslon of* the arpiB traffic in the Persian G^lf, �166,700. . eir Guy. Fleetwood Wilson's lai}t budget. He has be^n finance member at th4td with �ucc�ufor thirtr tMri, Tha air cnrrylnit tfiB Mttieptlo VRpor, InspM with cvrry foreat'.!, fflakki Sfeathlnft eaif, sooibM the nor* thrnut, and B(op*lh6Coti^. iiaaarlngrcatfal nidhti. CrsRulcnc is Invaluable to motlicfs vlth S'atind ch(t'trcn nntf a BOON to lufTcrera from Asthma. Bend lis po�Ul for deicrlptlrs Iwoklet. ALL DRuaoiOTe. Try CRnSOT.nNR ANTlSF.l'llC TMltOAT TA MLUTS for t^B initated thrniit. Th�y are nimplo. cfT�:ctive and autljtTllo, CK joup rti'm;rtt� ur ki^�>t tii. 10c. In tt^unrs. Vapo Cfc^olene Co. �2C�nWtSt..N.Y. Lceminv. Milfis nitllJiag Montreal, Can. 4 URAL CA SAID 11J London, April 23.-The verdict of the coroner's jury in the case o( Sir Chns. Day liose, president of the Uoyal Aero club, snd former member i pastoitite of Rev. R, E. Knowles. of the banking ^irm of Morton Ros?. and Co., who died stnUlenly as he tn-tcrpil his homo on Hunday night, after having made an a::rension iv an aRr:)i>hiuc ul Hendorson, was that he died from natural causes. It was the firsit ascension Sir Charles had made and he appeared to be delighted with his eJcprrienccs. _ J. _ _ _ _ J Itnv. John McNeill, of Ccoke*s church, Toronto, preached In Qalt at tho 15th anniversary services cf the T - - 4 * expected to included in THE 8P00NY-M00NY GIRLS One of the many delightful numbers, at the Morris Theatre, fctartlnfl Thurcday, April 24th, The Beggar Prince Opera Co. two nlghtSt Corns In America Could be Ended ThU Week 1 ' H_r- r- CALOARY'8 ' F Calgary, April thit a '^oqtract POWER RATE -32.-11 Is reported" will be signed be* iT^een t^q islty an^ 'Hie Calgary Power Co., wHbln a few days for 5,000 horao-powof at |3B.O0 per h.p., and for additional power at vat^s grading down to |20.6o for 10,000 h.p. nev. ThoH, Nftttress of Amhorst-burs* resigned from tho Presbyterian ministry after twenty years* service � J to Jolp ^, Pstrpit manufao^urlug concern If all peopio nsed vyhat mUlions are usingf tliero would bo no corns 6pxt week. ' Every.corn would he trpated nt once with a little Bluo-juy plaster. The ;?ain would stop instantly. Then the B & n wax would gently looson each corn. In 48 hours nil the corns would come out. -y- ' ^< You can prove this yoursel! in two daySi Try a Blue-Jay on that old, old corn. Note how it a6ta without any discomfort. Note the absence of puln or soreness. The coni is completely forgotten. Then note in two days how the whole corn lifts out, Blue-juy keeps millions free from corns. When you stop paringr - atop old-time treatments-you will have freedom too. And all people sometime will know tliU. A 1q tho ploturo Is tho boU B & B wax. It looscDtt ths cOtH. n Htopi th� pain and keeps tho wax trom Bpreadlns. C Wfapri around tho toe. It Ik narrowed to bo com