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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APR11, 25, I9U THE I.ETI1 flRIDCfi D A 11, Y HERALD PAGE ELEVEN .Our .Sale Prices Challenge all competition. Every article in the store at reduced prices. Compare our prices below and he convinced ALARM lleeuiar CUT TO ALARM Regular 52.30 CUT TO SMALL BRASS BEDROOM CLOCK Jtcglllar JI.50. CUT TO................ ...60c 75c NEW DOME 7 CUT TO 0UC SIGHT DAY MANTLE CUT TO I 0 MISSION HALL fec-t high fin CUT WATER CUT TO ....................................3 PEPPER WITH S. S. CUT TO 75c DUST AND NON-STRAIN Itcgular 51.00 and CUT TO........... DUST 50c ami CUT TO LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S WATCHES 17 JEWEL WAt-THAM, 20 YEAR CASE IttS'jlar CUT TO !5 JEWEL HOWARD, NICKEL ffM llcsalar IT.W. CUT TO '0' SIZE LADIES' WATCH, 15 JEWELS ff 1 A insular J20.C.O. CUT TO I4 6 SIZE LADIES' WATCH. 15 JEWEL, 14K. SOLID CASE. Hez. CUT TO ____ Silver, Gold aim Pearl Han- .lie, wiih intfst detachable handle, ret'. ?7.50.. si 0.00 HANDSOME 4-PIECE TEA SET WITH TRAY. Resrular 125.00. CUT TO 50c Oc I 0 Ort .UU "7C I 0 -sn.oo BROWN BETTY STERLING MOUNTED "7C ......9 lU.ia TEA Regular JU.OO. CUT TO LIMOGES STERLING MOUNTED TEA SET WITH Ilesullr (27. CUT TO BREAD Regular J5.50 CUT BREAD Regular ilO.05- CUT TO TlicseitoJiiH arc; oiily k of tli'c stupojuloiis Ijargiihis wo ai-o offering Llic jutblic in flii.s o-rcal fash sale. Every article-in (lie store will lie offered af cxroptionallv low i-iires (hiring this .sale! Reincmuer our name sliinds 1'or qualily lir.sf and every: ariicle sold ovor our counters has our guarantee bebiml it. worth Bros. Jewelers and Opticians 324 Fifth Street Issuers of Marriage Licenses TIGHT HATS INDUCE BALDNESS Physfelan Warns Women Against Tight Fitting Ch a pea UK Wichita, Kan., audi- ol clubwomen heard with alarm address of Ur. J. W. ScTiultz, a urominciit tilifficEau oC Ihis.clly, who Iclil Ihem Uiai IE Uiey kept iip tlm styles in fight-filling hats and "head they would soon find tlietneslvcs Boning Mjth their crowning glory. lip saM '-hero be an oiiideiiiic "pf LaldnpFS among if Didn't wntch out. Tho jihyscian said be had made a .tpgdal study of Utc mcilern styles .ot nomen's lioiy and licail gear and tlhat they were similar to tliose of tho "anck-nt yon tnow u-Ti.il liappeneil to itho wniot-n of Tliey got bald.'1 saJJ, a good thing they jn- 'F.' vented wigs along with the styles la hats, for many of tbosu who adopt (he light hat will find ibat af- ter the hat lias passed they will stfil need wiga. Auy tand around (he forehead Itfr.-eT part the Iieads stops circulation tliat caust-s the hair in die invnrlablv." EMPEROR PASSED FAIR NIGHT Vi-T.na, Austria, AprH or Francis Joseph a nicht fits oficoiishins1, but these wore -not so violent as had been during the nast two nights. The official report on his condition says: "Hli Majesty passed a belter night, inasmuch as during first lev; Lours bis sleep was hut little jntcr- nijiled. In tlin second ?art of the night, his rest URS freyuently dis- turbed by coughing. Tuesday Next, April 2 At 2.30 o'clock, at the LETHBRIDGE EXCHANGE, Block, liicre nil! to fcld by Public Anciion and reserve a Inrgc of iiiEb class and Effects Kenioved Crora .tiie residence of H. Calvin, Ksrj., and from oilier sources, leather Chairs, splendid Fct of Dak Din- ers. Buffet and Dining Table to malcli, Combination llooli Case and Sinelairo in Quarter Cut Oak; Mission Oak Library- Table: Carved Occasional Table; Mifalon Oak Mission dak Hook Case; .Quarter Cut Oak UruEEcrs and Stands; Velvet Pile Carpets and 111153; Brussels Squares, Solid Jirass' Oslermoor Mattress; Hlankc-ts, Pillows, Pictures, quantity of Books, including complete set of Dickens' Works, Dalzac, Kcnnlmorc Cooper, etc. NOW ON TEflMS CASH FRANK Auctioneer to the Exchange. 150 YS Til AIX TX I5AUX An comrany of Ulster vclunleere-thcsu men, farm laborers eomc'forraeiB' sons meet several limes a .week to.ilnll ty lampllglit under ttio tutelage ol the tlacksmitb, an old drill instructor of tho Gordon Thtro is not murii room In old barn ss a-good de.il of the sr.--.ce is occupied an obfoleto thresh- ins macMne. Keverlln-liEs, tiiey rriannge to do several niovemtnts -.vlth tbe smarliirss 10 bo oiiKcted from such an Instructor. Ho is seen giving them a message by semaphore whii'b all can read. There Is also a rilnialuro range la the barn. The guns In' tho sketch arc dummies. Sideligh ts on the. Mexican. Situation The British Canadian Trust Co. OFFICE E Jir.ocK AIXEUTA GEO. W. H013INSON, MANAGER SEEDING TIME llo yen that 5100.00 Invested In The Urltlsh Canadian Trml Company will OIIOW a hundred fold or to the sum of in the Rjiace of 1-1 1-3 years? WITHOUT IIAIJD AVOKK Or you cftn invest be they tmall or large, at or lOyo Vrllli aecuriiy and HARVEST THE DIVIDENDS The British Canadian Trust Company A Home Company CONVBEARE BLOCK LETHBRIOGE, ALTA. [Thes; sketches written special- ly for The Herald by Captain Filipe Gonzalez, of General Villa's Army.] WHERE THE WAYS PARTED We sat together on the bank of the lilo Grande, on May 12, 1311, at. 10 p.m., talking. There were present General Madero, Orbfeco, Francisco Villa, General Vtljoen. the Jtaor, and mysrff, of tho: army ol Madero. Tiie war was over. The dny before Ilia waters of tho Rio Grar'je ran red, when N'avarro, federal gencr.il, at- tempted to cross to El Paso, and won shot down iri midstream, with many of his men. whlto the victorious rebels took Juarez (or the last time. We talked of many things; chiefly of the future, find of what it hold for Mcilco. Madero was to return homo 10 ills loving Trite ar.i! c'lJlVuen. Villa and I were going home to Chihuahua, in pence, to get established on.my fa- ther's "rancho." Orozco M-as to re- main at Juarez as general of llio port and latin Mndero to ro-organlio torn end. mutilated country. Madero, always n dreamer and nn Idcalisf, gazed across the Hlo Grande at the. lights ol K! 1'nso, mother's said: "Well, tho VST ia nwhlle. Of tlwj saliq? [who knows.] 1 fcar.tha't forno day'llie W Hod Slates' will own and control Me.v Ico, In the am Koiug to led." He gave us a courteous [cood.nlj.nl] and went Into hla tent. Wo slit and lalkoJ unlit Ilic moon went down beMml the .lunrez ratc- track, and fuo lights of El Paso, one by- one went out. imD works mirartes. Madero w.ij murdered. Villa and ;VilJoen aro still fighting. Orozco turned Judas, and is living In Los Angeles, constantly in fear of the which will event- ually reach hhn. J am out of the r.m- r.inj. and the "little father's" pro- phesy has romo United Stales has entered Mexico, and as for the fdturo of "nuien as the litt'io fnthcr said. WHEN THE BULL RING VOMITED Thcro were many comical things happened during tho Madero cam- falgn, especially at Juarez. Xiivarro had obout five hundred in- fantry men stationed in tho old bull ring, o; ndolic, a sun-dried brick, Ginger follow ike .use 25 sni at nil Druggitd. (T.ko AbSxy'i VITA TnUeli for S roll Not TCIJ .4 and they were causing much disaster in p-jr (rebel) ranks. Vc wo with our ohl six- ijounder, rauzzlo loader, United Stated 1SCL cannon, wp could not make'a hole or ureach in the walls. The bullciins was oullt like a roundhouse. We ran out of solid shot, but had-all kinds of powder, and in the meantime Orozco, our general, was sending around continuously to know- why in tlio name of the saints we couldn't open a holo In the bull ring? Finally, Pedro Vasclno, a bugler, discov- ered a blacksmith sliop and a quan tily of pipe bells'ot all sizes. Wo loaded the old gun full lo the muzzle, pointed her squarely at HIP side nearest us, about tho oiidrllc 01 the ring, and fired. When the smoke cleared, there "was one wheel of tlio old als-iionnder Seft was a twelve-foot liole In tiie bull-pen, and Federals pouring out Ifkc rain. That shot gave the re- bels nn entrance, which afterwards helped to win the battle of Juarez- Corset Comfort CROiWPTON CORSET CO. LimiKd T8 York Street TORONTO Corsets [o th: nev at >WJT favorite store, or vrite ui and vewLLI Itnl you a IVuv.n'v In Sleilco, when she will return wflu her children to her own again. GONZALEZ. SURVEYORS DROWNED Vancouver, M.C.. April T. Shaw, son of U. S. Shaw, SJ James ctreef, Oltawa, Biirveyor .on na'dlin Northern constractfon, uf'tl. Burnlston and H. Hi. drowned yesterday In tbe Riv- er, vhi'e ci'QEsipg lu A smalf .boat, near Lytton. A TfllBUTt In'any war, the saddest iiatt falls always upon the women. The noblest woman I know Is Mrs. Francisco I. Madero, now In. Xe York City. Always loyal to liueband and to Mexico, slio Ktood by him through the siege, ruid the 'terrible rlghl ilaya and' nights ot horror In lh; capital.; She.pleaded with Ihterla for his when he refnscdito enconrfige her, sno went to HonVy American ou herj kneea plearfcd. '.Hn( ho could .'do nothing., N'pxi evening, slio his tody picked up from the streets, and after m.iuy days ft' trouble, auccccded in getting 'ptfrmlsstori to bury his re- mains in Coahulla. Then she left Mexico. She living''In Xow York Cily, In seclusion; walilnf; for pcai'c Blue Ribbon COFFEE and BAKING POWDER In every Instance whoro you use Ribbon goods you save money. They, go further Md so cost Jesa than any other. Order .'a cun.of Coffee and Baking riext Jn.yonr cers. The la to pleaie. 8oI4 with n money back ;