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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE U'TIIBWDGK DAILY IIKHAL1) FRIDAY, MAY 20. GLA THE LADIES' STORE Phne453 Acadia Block UAL SATURDAY SAVINGS In Suits, Coats and Various Other Lines of Seasonable Merchandise from Every Department in the Store. very lino featured here for tomorrow's selling will bear your closest iiisptic- Hoii. and in lace of steadily advancinu' prices, you more than vou have Iteen accustomed to buy for your money. SUIT Worth up to S27.50. mack ami navy sews, sizes up to 42. All now. Crepe House Dresses. Us'nt am! durk colors, sizes up 10 44. Ducliesse Satin. and S2.00 Lovely fine qualities. iiu-it widths, special values. Heavy Sheeting Best linen finish, eisrht, nine and u-ii quarter. f'illtnv Coltons 2or. (Sr 1 1" 10 47 iui-ties. best iiual- iiies. COAT SALE Xfiwest sports coals nji to and plain tailored coats in navy and black. Children's liain Capes. to twelve year sixes, full sweep, with hood. (iirls'IJain Coals. Hhtck mid while dioek with vel- vei collar and cuflV. cup to maiclt, up to i'iJ. Wash Skirts. to The cheapest skirts we have over shown; repp and pique, sues up to in. waist- band. Hand to Very newest, small shapes, smart and useful, all colors to choose from. (.'rope Silk. Yard wide, black and while, for waists and underwear. Hsihutiii Silk and (1oloml Shantung. A full ranpe nf all the new colors, inches- wide, special valuer. Ladies" liaincoats SS.OO. )jilLVjO AH exceptional values, sixes to -M. Everyone guaranteed. Parasols and Unihrcllas ijil.r.i A- Three special values, extra strung fnimc; rods. M M M BAWDENBROS Greatest Home Offers the June Bride Irresistable Opportunities This Fumed Oak Divanette iM Filled with tho National Fa uric Spring and t'onlsd Wliitu Cotton Felt Mattress. Upholstered in (lie besl S punish Ilexcin Leather. Tliu DivmuHio when open makes the en- tirely separate from iht- upholstering. This Divan- etie is worth Sale price An Extraordinary Bed Bargain UKEATKST AKUO BATTLE CKVISKU IX I. S. J'osl of rass Tailing. In best En.trlish itcijiH'r. satin finish. Uegiilur Price Selling for A Dainty Bedroom Suite ]u rielily Figured .American Black is ol'lhe Adam type. Inferiors are all beautifully finished.and ils mirrors fire all of the best British plate .u'lass. (..'onsistiii.u1 iJ' Bed. .Dressiiin-Table and t-'iuiir and Rocker.. Selling for 0 comes the largest owners of timber and have the largest manufacturing j capacity in the province. It is" their] intention to immediately start opera- tions at Arrowhead, where they have 19.000.000 feet of logs ou hand." BIG LUMBER DEAL Victoria, May A. Anstie, managing director of the Forest mills of British Columbia, returned loday from Alinneapolis. where he has JUSE completed one ot-the most important lumber deals in th'e province for some years, .having acquired from the Ar- row Lakes Sawmill company their holdings of over one billion feet of_____________ ..______.. standing timber and their big1 sawmill! from PeKin that Japan lias offered and. plant at Arrowhead, B. C. conduct aud sanctuary to Yuan I price ivas more than one million dol-1 Shi Kai in case he resigns the prefi- j Jars. "With the acquisition of this pro- jdency of China and leaves the coun-j perty, the Forest Mills company be- try. IT IS NOT TRUE Tokio. May foreign office i issued a denial yesterday of a report i Young Man Discharged of Seri- ous BonneU Tells of War J. D. Iliginbothain WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CHEMISTS PHONE 322 Our stock of Xeilson's is always fresh and varied Prices range from 50 cents to 51.00. 'M''Chocolates arc by the Frank Iledlcy Drng- Co. Fernie, May second trial before the assizes court here today, I a case in which the charge was of a J similar nature iu that in the case of [Johnson, in which the jury "brought i in a verdict of guilty after several hours of deliberation, way a record breaker as to-length of time occupied I in the case. Sidney Moore, was the j accused, but after the jury had been J selected and .sworn, Sherwood Her-! i chrner, for the Crown, arose and stated t j that in view of the fact that HO eor- j ronorative evidence had been secured i sustaining the evidence of the girl, he had to recommend .that the ac-1 j cused be discharged His Lordship I I concurring in tins view the jury was! instructed to find" accused not I and the jurymen without leav- ling tiieir box returned a verdict-as j fastmcted and the accused flraung man was set at liberty The whole j proceeding occupied but ten minutes i of the time of the court.. j I At the afternoon sitting the case ot j W. Bookhurt, charged with the same j offence with the same girl, was put i on trial and the case is now proceed-! ing. These cases are of a repulsive! nature, the young men charged being] ssncIeK to the girl, who was below the j age of consent when the alleged of- j fences were committed. I One of them is-a brother to the! lather of the girl and tile other a j brother of tho mother who hag been j dead several months. j This is the last criminal case to be j i tried tliis session and it is probable! that the assizes close tomorrow i or next day. The boys of the 225th Battalion at Michel gave a ball last nfglit and many of the officers and men from j Fernie went up by train to share the j joyous time with their Michel com-j. rades. War in Greece The.return of Dr. Bonneli with his j family from St. .Johns, N.B.. yester-1 day was a welcome surprise to their! many friends licrc. The Doctor comes j liomu, looking as though war agreed E with him. He has gained many pounds! in Driest) and is feeling fil and. fhio. .Mrs. Bonneli .and children will re- main [n Fernie during the absence of the doctor who to MR ata- tion at Kaloniki nl the termination of his three months leave of absence. In conversation'With the Herald rep- resentative. Or. Bonneli was unstint- ed in his praise 'of thej completeness j oi the arrangements for the care of i the wounded and sick soldiers at everv I place he had been during his absence. The Fifth base hospital, of which he j is a member, is well located and well j housed. He stated that he had had I the experience of having a ride in an aeroplane, at Saloniki, where there j is a large number of them employed, 1 and where frequent conflicts occur be- tween the opposing flying squadrons; i in fact, he stated, that the most of the injuries they had to dress in tho hospital were those of the men of the flying squadron, as there was not much field fighting going on at that point- This state of affairs may take a kalecU iescope change 'at any time, asf indi- j cations are that; an aggressive move-j ment may be inaugurated. Inspection Invited of our Dining Room Suites Wo have these different. jiriees in Figured Black Walnut and in the lalest Jacobean and William and Hilary dosigus. IV YOU DON'T BTJf FKOM-l'K WE BOTH LOSK. BA WDEN BROS The provincial elections in Nova Scotia will take place on June 20. M k. GOOD WORK FOB SICK WOMEN The Woman's Medicine Has Proved Its Worth. PRISONERS-OF-WAR FUND NOTES When Lydia remedies were first introduced, their curative powera were doubted and had to be proved. But the proof .came, and grad- ually the use of the whole country. Now that hundreds of thousands of women-have experienced the most beneficial effects from the use of these medicines, their value has be- come generally recognized, and Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound ia the standard medicine for women. The following letter is only ona of the thousands on file in the ,Finkham office, at Lynn, AJass., proving that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound is an article .of great .merit as ehown by the results it produces- Anemosa, Iowa. "When I began tak- ing Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Conn pound I suffered with a displacement, and my system was in .a general run- down condition. I would have the head- ache for a week and my back would ache so bad when I WHild'-bend down I could hardly straighten up. My sister was siek in bed for two months and doctored, but did not get any relief. She saw an advertisenientof yqurnied- dnfi and tried it and got better, She told me what it had done for her, and when I had taken only two of Lydia Ey Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound my head began to feel better. I continued its use and'now I don't hava any of I those troubles." Mrs. L. J. I Thanks to the generous response to I the second appeal for the prisoners of war in Germany, the committee in j charge of the fund, has been able to jr-.aek splendid parcels containing al- F most every article they can send, cheese biscuits, tinned meat and fish, 'soup powder, tea, cocoa, sugar cand- ies, chocolate, curry powder, condens- ed milk, raisins, gum. cigarettes, to- bacco, soap, towels, handkerchiefs, tooth brushes, toothpaste, writing pencils and envelopes. j Donations in kind are gratefully ac- I luiowledgeti from the MisaesyCameron, [.Mrs. Ewart, Mrs. Long, Mrs. Frv, Mrs. [P.-M. Campbell, Mrs. W. N. Hlgfnboth- !am, Mrs. O. Wallace. Mrs. Rosewarn, I Mrs. p. A. Simpson. Mrs. Hush Ilvena. Mrs. Ft. Davidson, Mrs. J. 0. Hlobertson, Mr. J.-Johnson. Mr. 11. Wallace, Mr. Arthur Iliginbothani, Mrl J.G. Ftobertson. Donations of money jure gratefully acknowledged from the Needlework Club. Mrs. Buchanan, Downer, Miss Downer, Mrs. Hen- 'derson rtml Mrs. Kirkharo. i Arrangements have been made to j raffle the four oared skiff .so kindly Uo- jnated to assist the Prisoners of War land Returned Soldiers Funds. The jboat may he seen any time at Sfli t Street S. Four hundred tickets will be jsold at twenty-five cents and may be obtained from members of the Pris- oners of War Committee, Mrs. W. Robinson. Sergt. Jackson of the lUth Battalion or Mr. C. Doe, 112 16th St., north. AIRMAN WORTH ARMY CORPS NEGRO UNIVERSITY PRINCIPAL Lt. G. A. Cockbiirn, of Toronto, was killed action at tin; front The new Lake of the Woods mil at-Medicine Mat will cost f'-'OO.OOO. Newport News. Va., May telegram from Earl Kitchener, British war minister, declaring that "one aviator is worth an army corps." was read at.a celebration here, last night, of Empire Day. by avia- tor students.. Ji. was announced that the entire "squad would receive their licenses in ;a few days'; and thai they would immediately, join' the British aviation .corps. Tiinkegec, Ala.. May Robert R. -Moton, a negro of unmixed blood; was installed here this after- noon as principal of Tuskegee Insti. tute, founded by the late Hooker T. Washington, for the oC the ne- gro race. in his .InKtallaUon. address Major Moton indicated he would endeavor to carry policy of his-n'rede', cessor. The Shops known for food vahiuimd up-to-date are the to about the D 4 A and the LA DIVA Cortett. "Madc-in-Ganaai" in one of ihe best equipped .conet laclorics in the world, iliey offer all th ity formerly found only in high grode Imported sell at little more price. ;