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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wcaiicsdtjr, AprH 23, 1913. THE LETHBRIDI5E DAILY HERALD Pa�e 'J/ BiBBfiSESSI Crowds Still Continue to Pack ' Store to Its Utmost Capacity A Word or Two About This Great Challenge Sale Ending on Saturday , Thr^e more days and the greatest of all spring sales �will be over. This sale has been rexnEJ-rkahle for the great vol-upie of business done in so short a time. Each day's receipts eclipsing all former re-, cords. . ., \ , � We ask you to help us as much as possible by taking small parcels -with you and if possljile please sihop in the morning:. We will tie ready toraorro-w morning with a- froBh lot' at bargains and extra- salespeople to serve you, ' RVLANDS & CO. Thie Sell-for-Less Store Two nhunfiwid yards of cambric edgings and Insertions, worth up to 18c, to go on� sale Thnradayj morning. An extra'fine quality Eng'/fah Cotton or Madajpollam cloth, yard wide. ' Re(tular 20o a yard, on *ale seven � yards"fori......... .....,- ,...... .05 $1 Lad^B' silk hose, dn'^white,, tan, o? ; blaok.' Regular 75o arid,65c values; 9j;|tri^. heavy silk, wlth,ll�lc tops; all ffzes.ton sale ...... .50 'Yar^' wjidft Pailetle and Messallne , Bllkfir nearjy all flhad^a. 'Splendid �wilsht for ^dresBSs. 'Regular $1.25 an^ IMP. .90 pn�^hui)idrea/rti�^tB made from best qnalitjr 15nglli!#i Sheeting. Pull bed ^ize, R�flfuiar^$1.35 each; on sale... A collection, of Valenciennes Inser-tdons with no" edgings tq match. Val-,U98 Tip! to,8c and 10c; to clear Thursday morning.�......... ........ .95 .03 A Great Pay in The Gingham Presses and Whitewear Pepartments GlNQHAM dresses-With an abundance of style, equal to any dresses we have previously sho*n. Are now mark- 00 percale dresse's, for afternoon bouE|e wear-dressos tihat will look Just as nice after monthB of laundry exper- C!*k f!f\ ienoe; special................. ^Om9\f linen'dresses, shades of pink, sky, roas, delf and linen. These dresses came to us direot from New York, ... .. QQ ;niqrt q0wn8-Made from a good quality liOngcloth, either slip-over or button front style. Regular $1.75 and $2.00. ^j- A sample lot............... ^1 md9 children's dresses-To fit 2 to 6 years -assorted embroidered styles; white only; some are slightly soiled; while they last your choice for exactly half price work aprons-Something better than usual, A heavy fast color material. These aprons usually sold for $1.25. 7C� Now........... ............ � SELLING Exclusively Nemo and Warner's Ruit Proof Corsets Corset Covers-.Two lots to be cleared at about half their regular value. All sizes in botih assortments. Val- f^mi ues Uip to 85c for 50c.; and the other /S lot for ......................... mtMU table napkins, pure linen and .| r*! extra dinner size; worth In the reg- I / War way 25c-Challenge Salc price TABLE CU0TH8-Remnants of table linen, ?% to 3 yards long; On sale ^ , at afipUt HALT' PRICE. A rare | V bai'g�In t... ........ nazareth waists-The kind that sellB for 36c. all over the west- g^mt sizoii to lit girls or boys-2 to 12 /% years, "Sale price ............... aKELETON WAIST*-For children, with hose supporters and waist m mt comblfied. The famous Dr. Par- lXr\ kpr'a^ njake ;bn sale at ...........  ��/ hose supporters-In black only g^m, Iie�f�y. :M centB per bn^lf�t y^ur Tke Frdiifc B:6g}e;r APANESE ABE '[ Beari^^ bn^Status of Race V Throughout WoflfW M^-^;'^: ' ,.'i.-.--i �� �' . .:. - ; � ' �ln JaiHin has been jBtropgly arou�(�i,'and it Iv olear from ]i,|4t|;?frt)6n 'rg^^ttsgf. which have t)f\eai peld; IJ^i^f jthe ,.jrai>ftneBe bejleve im ^(Ufipute't^ l]Viaer�y ^j'aiboU of i4^.tb�T7^ta4'states, at the grwth |th�' ^�|flf^-^50p^la-tlon, not ekln'lh ^spirit, arid'Jirfidltlon to the original foiiriderB-pll^e Am-erioaa nation. ;Oti�g;�ol|ntiti�i� ^rj dls-oernable In hpibfjquijrte^P that we hope PreiiJdeirt ;^}l||j�!i fWll) ^^^eeeed in his efforts to optalti' either %,n. ab-a�d^Ar- l\Y!)yB reniBipljgf the full name * ,' Loo? ji^*ri.tkfe sigiinliura on oyej7;.,box.'^ 26c, . "Cardston, April 22.-Seeding is.well begun at Cardston. Notwtthsitandirig the fact that a largo percentage'pf plttwing had to oe done this spring-Dr. Nelson, who has a large whej.t farm at Haley, reports that: he ba,s 200 acres of spring wheat sown. This is probably the largest area credited to one farm, but many smaller flelds are on the way. It is predioteS'-by the old timers thart growth "WlU'he rapid. Comparing tlie late aprltfg with similar conditions other yeai^, farmers are looking for Ukerrifisults. A bumper crop is expected throughout the whole south country. , E.: J. HlUier, farm Instructor'rat Farm 4 on the Blood! .Iiidiap reserve* was in town on Saturday pi business connected with' spring ! operations. Mr. HlUIer reports that more pralr^s will be broken rthls year tqr increased crop facilities. The Indians ;Wb proving themselves apt agriculturalists. There is an abundance of molST. tare all over the reserve. Orass Jls good and cattle will be in 'splendid ijshape. The Mexican cattle put on for grazing last summer have soit wlnterr od as w�ll atj the Alberta bWad.' The C, P, R. water tank at St.: Mary'r bridge has been repaired and locomotives are taking water l^fvo now. During the winter ithe Cardston Milling Co. .have bSen supplying; the water from their mill. Oardston'fe streets afe in l^ad'need of some work. Springs in the hiUS on streets leading west i a,nd south have heaved the roadbed and left the places in desperate shppe. The street running west from .the 'Cahoon Hotel has a deep, dltoh down .atiiBjagrath I'uesday night giving hia lecjb'u'e "TJJie Bcok of Ruth; an-:old Loye Stpry.i', befow the Aflult Bible class/, -Mrs. Talt has been conflded to her bed, for a: iweek through Illness,' j,i',_No-damage :h,a9rtbe6iij^r^eP0jrted''f^^&^^^^^ ^..n-........... .....................>M^' ed 'to be effected by Tuesday morning's cold snap. Mrs. Christie and little girl and Mrs. Clarke and little girl from VVhis-kep Gap, south east of Cardston, are gu'e;�ts this week ^ of Mrs. Hodgson. Hugh B. Brown, of the new real estate firm of Card & Brown, was a visitor to Lethbridge on Tuesday. . Those who attended the .funeral of the late Mrs. Hinman returned to their homes on  Monday and Tuesday. All the towns 1n the vicinity were well represejUtedd. KOSEMEAD Rosemead, .4.prll 23.-The long talked of railroad fromiRltlaw to Blackie is under constriiKlon at list.  Cran-dal Bros, camp is at work on section 26,.a mllo and a' half east of Rose-mead; That we will.have a towuslte in* this vicinity we feel sure, but tUe exact location is yet to be determined That there will ba isome disappointed farmera is certain as everyone claims the site within three miles each- way. �: That Socialism is growing in Rose-meaU was evident at the election on the 17th. Of i(he 3fl' votes cast 26 were Socialist, 12 Liberal and 1 Conservative. F.- Archambia has been adding an ^addition to his house and la now improving Its looks with: a new coat of paint. ' H. D. Charter was a Lethbrldgo visitor on the ilrst. of. the week. " , School was reopened at Kasimlr again three weeks ago, with Howard Pomroy as teachod. Mr. Pomroy Just closed a successful term at. the Black Spring" Ridge school previous to coming: here, The last teacher at Kasimlr, Miss: Margaret .Liang, Is now teachlng'in. the Mllsmere district. Mr. Brownliig has had.;a windmill ereotedvon. his pWce';recently by H, D. Charter, the a^?nt, .from whom he purchased it. ' . ^ Mr. and ^ Mi�.''J'i Archamblo and MIbj! Orr. spent ^^u'iSday?lat'Kosemead. NALLY mm Budget Showed Steadily Growing Revenues -- Railways Earning Surpluses Every Woman Should Use ,That splendid, pleasantly "bubbling tonic which sHm-� uUtes organs and:PS�^ afJthe.head of ^'wr^WfS'^^^'^*-'''^*'''''r'' �� �the vlog^efjajl-idhttes;!^ a manner worthy ofj J|iss|ff|iyep[^tion-. His ear-eer in .IHatw-.-'OradfloalMitermluated on the, LD HELP Cambridge, Mass., April 22.-The establishment of factories tp (utilize the waste products of the farm' ;would increase the profits of the farmers and r-educe the high cost of living in the opinion of Professor,-T. H,-Carver of Harvard UnlyersltS^. Professor Carver, who has been appointed director of the newly; ejected agricultural service of the u!;^. department of agriculture, said hfe believed the middleman cbuld not be eliminated by any system! -He Stated, however, that efforts ,\vould.l>e;-^mado to make the middleman- cbnie to terras where his proflits were excessive. RftL CAUSES SAID M lURY London, April 23.-The; verdict of the coroner's jury in the case of Sir Chas. Day Kose, president of the Royal Aero club, and former member A ttmit. 'o'o iUl'l fnicU^Ve treatment for tron-s cliial tnubles, wliHbUt dbUiig tlio tnmuh vlllt-druiia. Uiwil with aucMiuidl'thirty jriarj,. ' .� Tho Air carrying bit tUltlieptIa vapor, losptr�tl, with every brutu, ftiithw M-eathlag eai/, laoihn the sore throat, and stopi th� Cough, annrintru'ttut niiitits. CntRoleac Is invfltUabiB to mothcra^vrlttt young chlldriea and a BOON to lUfTercrsrfroei.^ Asthma. Bend lu poatat lor descrlpUve lioflttet. V ALU ORUiadlBTB. ' Try CRfiSOLENE ANTlSBpriC THHOAT TABLETS for tha Irritated throat. Thcy^ aro simple. effective: and ahtlaentii). Ot your dru'smst bf Ci-oul us.lOc.lnHJimW. Vnpo Cifesolfcne Co. fi2CortIaa>ItSt.,N.V. tcemlni! iUles Building Montreal, Can. t of the banking ^irm of Morton -Rp^s ahd Co., who died suddenly as hetn-tfirert his lioinp on-Sunday night, alter; having made an ascension'Id 'an-aeroplane at Henderson, was that he^?; died from natural causas. It Auras'tlm., first ascension Sir Charles had mad#'' and he appeared to be delightedi'whte his experiences, ' Rov. John McNeill, of Cc^^es church, Toronto, preached in O'alt.'at:; the 16th anniversary .servleea-cf! the-: paatornfe of iRev. k. E. Know'l^a. j"'- W K 4,f' -iV' One of th btartlna Thuroday, t'hE 91�pONY-M0ONy QlriLS mm. e many deliflbtfuj 'nMmbers, at the Morris Theatre, two; n{gHt�� iroday, April ^4tli, the Boggar JTInee Opera Co. .-?,C�l^.$A'Ry.'f !>OWER RATI .ibalgar^. ^ApWl.V^--" reporte�^^ be signed be- tWcfiii^llif iltS^/W '^^^ Calgary Pow ei^' Co.,' ^{^hJn j|. few days for 6,000 hojge-BW�y"'*at"f|6.00 pet' h-p:? land lor id^HieW'poWer at rat^s/gradlng dcfwn t'o^'p^Q^t'Jf^ 10.000 n P ilpv, '^(j'^'i .;^||,|tro88 of A'mhorat-I'�b'''?�-W"s4 Presbyterian' xninUtry,-*^ftier Iff^^y years' Berv,ioe #*i,aijufao,lurlng con- m In AmericJ� CMd be Ended Thik Week all people ii?(s?t>.t?hai roiUipns are r . \ Jusin'g;.tUeSv,9uld be no Portia^Qp�t week. % >^^yqre.sdpsi|;f:\y OWld -jBe, ] trpated siat i once rtvith'-.a-H.ttl�g|liie-jiy; 'piaster,-' ' � '^he ', oalnfi'would 'r step'' Instjttitlf; fliTheh ' the B & B wii;tvouia . gently loos^'fli-.Jeach ,corn. In 4S-)ioprs all the corns! ^vdujd cPnie out. You'cah DJ'ove this yoursett in. two daysi" -Try a Blue-jay 6n that old, old corn. L � ] Note M it aJits'WlthPtit apy discomfort.i Note the absence'faf> pain or soreness. The cor^ Is-i completely fPrgotten, >.'.',', 'j,;? THeh nots itt two days how-the/; Whole corn UftS out. � / -J^'a Blue-jay keeps millions ., frg^,,; frotacorn."). When yott Stop pariijl -stop old-time treatmPhts-Vyr? win have freedom too. , And; iVt people sometime win know'tnW.f A'ln tjiitpldtura Is �lio so^tBl 4 fi wax; Itl*! "le^om B, itwpi tb* nam ood keejls tlio wax f f oin sprcadire. . S'wraW aifPViiJa the too. it 1b narroived to bo tomtotloblo. ^If ftt*bberadbeSlvo to fasten the plaster oft gguti-16c aitd Si6f per paiJMgflJy'd;^'^ New York, M�i'�r�pf, urgic.J^'^j||^n^ 69 A:./++1?6:?? 6 ;