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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUHDAY, APRIL 29, 1010 THE LETIIBRIDGI-: DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVK You can cook all day without stooping Is there a kitchen in all Canada where a woman hasn't wondered why on earth ovens are not put up higher, to save stooping? You ^do not have to stoop when you are working with We have seen to it that the moves you have to make oftenest are made without the fatigue of stooping. Do you wonder that women select the Style E.S. without a second thought the minute they see its big cooking capacity, its wealth of little conveniences and time savers, its economy of fuel-all incompact space and all these things a woman likes so well right at herfingers'ends without stooping? You should see McClary's Style E. S. at your nearest dealers or write to us direct, ssa London Toronto Montreal Winnipeg Vancouver St. John, N.B. HaxnUton CalEary Edmonton Saskatoon Sold by llick-Selil Hardware Co. LAY A OALDA A GREATS in JU ESS (.'ualiliUo, April 2S.-On Monday fv-oiiliiK last. In lliu CoalrtalP llnll, "The (!oaldale Dninuulc Sooiely," a company ot CoaUlalo talonl, pieaented In a most crrditable way ami lo a larRe r.ml very apprnciatlvo iirowd, "Uncle Josh," a couu.'dy of much luorlL and reauli'lnK long hours of Ihoughl and liractlce. This most cnlortalnlng play was jiriisented hy Rev. .1. 7>l. Fawcett, as "Uncle Josh," Mr. Kred T. tUiloren, Certainly �very character required ability, and Home of t^a oharaoters unusual talent, but ev�ry character wa� moot ably reprosentad, which wna eppreclated by oreryone of the larse number present and many com-pllmontary remarks ot the '^Coaldale Society" were heard after the play. The Coaldalc Dramatic Society was formally organized at Coaldalo .Mar;h 7, lyid, to develop platform confidence and ability among tlio young pooi)le there and to raise funds for Rebels took possession ot all pub. lie liouseB near the Orecn over one ot which they hrlsted Uie rRptihllcan flag. Soon after this Incident llring hecamo very Indiscriminate and many more civilians were wounded. "Rebels also took possession of a public house near I'orto liollo barracks and constantly fired from It. Tills slrongho.'d ujterwards was captured by the military witli the aid of a maciiino gun. "ThrouKhoul Monday aftenioon and night firing was heard in different parte of t.'ie city. In llio outsklits however, there was no trouble wliat-ovor. "An attempt was made on Dublin Castle lull the guards defeated the tnolj after considerable lighting. "At tlie railway stations trains wore stopped, tracks were torn and employees were dispersed. "In Collegi' C.reen, .St. Stei>lien.s' Green and Sackville street, street cars and other vehicles were com-maiMlucreJ and used as liarricades. "Throughout the greater part of Monday aftiM-iidou most of the city was In the hands of the rebels. In conBlderalde port ions of the eUy, however, there wasi no lighting. Perfect calm prevailed. Theatres and uiovln.i? picture shows were oj;en as usual, and the people were allowed to pass through tlio atreelrt as in ordinary times." Exciting Encounters "ICarly Tue.sday morning troops be-Can to arrive and a concerted movement was he!;iin to eject the rebels from the positions they had taken. Plans of the authorities were obviously to surround them, and with this aim troops were hurried to strategic points. Fire was opened on Sinn Peiners who wore resisting the forco In Sackville and Dame streets. Military snipers on the root of the college and sheltered chimneya tired continuously at the rebels approaching the college. One rebel was shot dead Iniraediately in front ot the building and his body was taken Inside, "On Tuesday the rebels in the trenches on St. Stephen's Green were barricaded with a collection ot autos and other paraphernalia. A little boy who was peoring through the rallioK h�re waa shot by a rebel anlper. During the day ambulaucea made many Ttsita to the hospital carrying Injured. "JUBt before lunch time Tuesday a big body of rebels sallied from the post ofllce and marched to the Groa-ham hotel to commandeer provisions. They returned safely lo the post ofhce with supplies of meat, tlour, bread and vegetables. "In the evening the authorities, determined to drive the rebels from a AD HUGE P SEIZE CANADA R KAISER .naemia -Bloodlessness -Poor Condition Yours is a case for Winvurnia In aiioemia j-otir blood caiiuot provide notiri.sh-meiit for the body. Therefore tile face bccome.s white and a feeling of utter \ve.iri-ness pervades the wliole sy^ilem. To overcome anse-mia a wiiicfjlassftil of should be taken tliree times a duj'. Wincarn is is a hlooJ vmktr. It brings the roses back to the clieeks-gives a sparkle to the eyes-and .surrluirdes the whole body with >tc-w vitality and neid life. That is why over 10,(KK) doctors recommend Wincarnia. ASK YOUR DOCTOR OET IT AT YOUR DRUGOISf S ,, Pint., 90c. QuarU. $1.50 CvNAm.^K Aoknt: V\>.KVV~ S. BAI,!,, 1)7 Porll.ind St. - - - T..ro!ito. Ont. Of course, you can buy cheaper teaSt but II 61st Battery .New York. April US.- Max l.ytutr Louden, known to the federal aulhor-lllt;! .IS "(.Niunt" Louden, told /\sslsl-.uit Dislrlct Altcrney MInton. yesterday, a remarkable story of a plot tunned among C.eriiian res'-rvlsls in llic I'nited Slates to Invade and seize t!aiiada for the Kaiser. Louden made thene revidations after .Iiuige Ivosal-sky hr.-l sentenced him to the penitentiary for bigamy. He drscriheil the plan to invade (.:anada. with himself in command of'inO.OtK) (iermau reservists. $16,000,000 FUND According to London, a group of wealthy German-Americans created a lund of .5]fi,0Wl,()OO wttli which to eciulii the expedition. Ah early as Oc-! lober, 1911. he said, they engaged ! liini, be?.ause of his superior knowl-I edge of military tactics, to lead the j invasion. .Many secret meetings were 1 held in New York, and plans for the i iiuick mobilization and eriuipment ot la full army corps was completed. The I Invasion was to talte place this I spring. Would Land on Lake A.s to the seizure of Canada that was till! simplest of all. According to his plans one section was to land at Windmill iioint, another at Port Tope, another at Kingston, and a fourth at Windsor, .\fter tlieae four dlviaolna had effected their landing and cut all lines ot coinnumlcatlon which might be utilized hy the Cana-. dlan forces. Louden, at the head ot|ln tho plant, a fittli division. Intended to embark from Cornwall, and move on Ottawa. Wiiliin 24 hours, he assured Mr. Mir.' ton, the Canadian forces would be either prisoners or annihilated, the Welland canal destroyed and the whole of Canada within the power of the German invaders. "it Is so simplo that-I can not tell you liow simple it is." said l^ouden. "It can be done any day and if 1 had stuck lo It, I tell you 1 could have done It." is undoubtedly the most economical and what appears to be 'cheap' in price will prove to be extravagant in use. The fresh young leaves of "Salada" will yield you generous value for your money. bus (CoNTixuiiD vnoM Front Paoe) ciais will give no figures as yet as to the amount of grain, flour, etc., in tho building. Figures reported, however, place tho wheat at 600,000 bushels. Tho aniinint of flour Is unknown but from the mountains ot It, standing and burning, there must have been hundreds ot tons. The wheat stands in a pile some 60 feet high, where it tell from the different parts of the elevator. Fire I.m smouldering In it and it will een sunk, Liloyd'a announces. benevolent purposes and local com-: i oUmh' itussoiigers. Away 1ms Glasses The Btatomont la mado that thou-nands wear cveirliisses who do not really need thorn. If you urn ime of thesn unfonunulcs, then these t;lussos may bo ruining your eyes Instenrt of helphm- them. Tiioiisanrts who wenr the^o 'windows" may prove for themselves that they can dlapense with kUis-scb It thoy will got tho following proscription flllod at oiieo: Go to any (icllvo ilrii;: stDrc ond got a bottle of llon-Opto tablets, ijis-Isolve Olio lloii-Oiito tablet In li*- class ot water. Willi this harmless UtpiUl solution batho ttio oyes two to four times dally, ond you aru likely to bo astonished at tho losiilts right from tlio start. Many who have been told that tbo.v bavo astlK-matlsm, eyo-stvnin, enlnract, sore eyelids, weak eyes, eoiijiinellvltis and otiicr eve disorders, report wonderful benellt.s from the iiso of tills prescription. Gut tlila pre-ficrlptlon filled and uso it; you nuiy ao streiiBtlicn your eyes thot slasses will not bo neeessary. Tliousands who aro blind, or nearly so, or who wear fflassea miRlit never navo required tbem It tlicv liaO cared for their eyes In tlmo. Save your eyes btiforo It is tmi Into I Do not beeomo one of the.so vlcllnis of negleet. Kvo-Blasses are only like crutches and every few years they must Iio oliaimed to fit thn ovor-lnoreaping weiikeneil condition, so hotter see if you can, like many others. Bet cloar, heoltliy, strong mnKnotlo eyes through tho prpscrlpllon born (riven. The Valmas Drup Co., of Toronto, will (111 tho nbovo proscription by uiail, if your Uru:;-Bist cannot, a prominent City Physlt'ian to whom tlio abovo aHfcle waa aubmlttud, p�ld; llon-Opto is a vary rvmsrkable remedy. Uu conatltncnt IntrrfJlents aro woll known to onilnev.t'oyo wptclHlists iu\ai,l\Mcty prpNcribsi by tlmm, !t ci'n liQ ontnlnetl from sny Koorl rlrimaiRt am i� nno of the vary few nrepHrtitinns, I fool phoiilit ho kept on luind for regular uae In ulinott evvry fiuuily." I debate upon this resolution the Hon. J. D. Hazen, acHuK minister of agriculture, pointed out lluit tho department had already undertaken to investlsato the flax industry. In August last, the director of experimental farms made a general investigation into tho status of the industry and the posslbliUies of its expansion In Canada. Mr. Hazen read to the committee sections of n report that had been presented some months ago to the minister ot agriculturo by tho director ot experimental farms. Tills report contained the following recommendations to which tho minister had agreed: 1. Tho establishing of n subdivision for fibre research work us a part of the experimental farms branch. 2. Tho exhaustive trying out of varieties ot flax and methods of cultivation on our various oxperimontal farms in Canada and, in addition, at, suy, three or lour points in the present tlax growing districts ot Ontario, and possibly a( two or three points In Quebec where flax Is likely to bo successful. li. The establishment on tho experimental farm at Ottawa of a small but complete plant for all tho operations in conntectiou with tho production of fibre from flax. 4. The securing of a properly trained man to take charge of tlie work. C. Tho continuation and expansion of tho breeding work and selection work with tlax now being carried on at the Central oxporlmental form. Iw ttccordanco with the first section of the foregoing recommendations, G. H. IlramhlU, B.S.A., district representative, Ontario department ot agriculturo, tor Lambton county, has boeii appointed chief ot the flax division ot the experimental farms system. His duties tor the present will largely bo In the Hold of what Is known us tho flax-siowlng sections of tho province of Ontario. Mr. Brainhlll will commence Ws duties on the flrst of May, liilC. An Experienced Executor The administration of a Will calls for wide experience in filuuiolal and commercial matters. This Trust Company offers you tho experienced services of a body of successful business men. They have every qualification for the perfect administration of your WKU AVrite loi- our booklet on 'Wills.' The Trusts & Guarantee Company, Limited CALGARY ALBERTA Public Administrator and Official Assignee for the Judicial Districts of LETHBRIDGE MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKIWIN Lethbrldge office. Bank of Commerce Bldg.-J, W. 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