Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
EIGHT TH1? LETHBRIDUE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1915' Study These Staggering Bargains Of A Stricken Stock Mngiilluviil Pur Lined Coat, regular for. Fur Linod Coat, regular for. Ladies' Cont> in Meltons and Tweeds, for. Ladies'" Coals in Meltons and Tweeds., reg for. Ladies' Coais in Meltons and Tweeds, reg 820 for. Persian Taw Muff and Stole., rcgulnr S3G.OO for. American Sables, regular Splendid Boys' Overcoats, regular -SS..50 Elegant Motor Veils np to -S8.00 value, McCALL egular or i for SILK SPOOLS, ASSORTED STOCK 4 for 25c 5c SOLID LEATHER pairs for Siill iMndiuir out SOCKEYE SALMON lo delighted customers at 2 for.......... (only n few cases Assorted Spices, regular 20c each. 2 for................. Gallon cans of luscious Khubarb. 35c or 2 for............. Pa-place your stock of Crockery while there is yet time. The prices need not be mentioned. Ask vour neighbor! 10c 25c 10c 65c Auction Sale At 2.30 and 7.30 o'clock on Saturday we will tear into the balance of the Boots. Slio.es and llubbers. Ladies will find some wonderful bargains at this" sale. Wadtliiigton wields flic hammer and down the bargains a'o! The Balance -of the Bentley Stobk In the Old Bentley Stand A Bargain Feast BANKRUPT Gen. Sham Shoe. Uncorks Some More Hot Stufi in Committee the public account committee resumed Wednesday, Hon Ur. Ucid, minister of cosi nml proposud thai in view of the foe Uiat the investigation into uinuculiub was completed Mio following motion be referred to the house "That the commiUcc 1m vc consiil eied the purchase of binocular glass cs ioi the Canncliaii cxpcditlouory IOITC and beg to report to the house the criilciicc and documents in connec tion therewith, from the evidence i appears that in the main the glasses were of superior quality and were purchased at a reasonable price From the evidence it appears that a limited number of them were of pool quality ami of low range and infcrioi cllicirncy, but passed inspection and were purchased at an excessive price and tins was due lo misrepresenta- tion and inadequate inspection. They therefore recommend that the evi- dence be referred lo the.'department, of justice with instructions lo en- force restitution and take such pro- ceedings as ilie law will permit." Mr. Kytf! objected tu the wording. "Why should comment be matte, with whicii this commit Ice may not all e lie asked. only investi- gated ifitf out oi aboiil purchas- ed. The whole thing was not invcsti- EatPd." "Yes, but it doesn't seem said Dr. Reid, "to condemn the whole purchase on Hie evidence we have." j "i wouldn't go-on record as say- ins; ihat 'in the main the glasses WLTC of superior said Mr. Licrniiin. "On Hie orlicr said Mr. Kyte, "of the llifi slashes supplied by Uirkctt, only thccc were oi superior quality." "My" resolution deals with the whole said Dr. Reid. have only been scratching the surface said Illr. Kyte "We have been working under pressure. Why should we give an opinion on CLARKE CO. The Ladles' Store Phone 453 Acadi. Block Continues i Day Tomorrow Right up. till the closing hourat 10 All tlio special wook ond bargiyn items 'night's paper on .sale all day tomorrow ii' Quantities last tlmt long. And in addition to these, our great sale of Millinery And Ready-to-Wear Featuring the largest assortments within your reach at the lowest prices ever quoted. SUIT SALE flejj. to 525.00 SUIT SALE All suits up to SUIT SALE nn Any suit worth SKIHT SALE Worth up to ___ Two. Lots.of Millinery Including the entire stock All lints up to 510.00 All Hnts worlk up to COAT SALE CoatG worth to COAT SALE Worth up to COAT SALE Worth up to 517.50 DRESS SALE Worth up to iroughoul and at great loss to hiin- '1C and his business. .JUA-. SHAM SHOES STEPS UP "A number o[ witnesses have made rnilar said Mr. yte, "Wjjcn a witness so protests may arouse suspicion." 'With .some interjected ol. Hughes. Mr. Kyte "The minister is free ith his interruptions." interni to sec that witnesses are ot retorted Sam. "Oh, things will be done in this minittcc without your said binoculars have not seen at i Mr, Kyte. "No mas will he insulted in my 3lr. Rhodes i "You say you have'presence thundered General only scratched the have Sam, pounding the table hi front of hecii VL orking under lie de- clared. ''Several times we have ail- journcil at the request oi honorable gentlemen of If you have only scratched the surface it's your own fault. If you want to tlisj deeper we will extend this inquiry. "The prime minister delayed weeks in deciding whether we should him. NO COURT 'MARTIAL iie in two places Mr. .Rhodes .eral, and the man who ir jas no LO say'-we were shirking was General Hughes." ,iir TW'AT I.T7MP HE1 TONi consider this retorted 31: Kyte. "The narlianjent has lieru sit- ting IhrcG times a day. We couldn't Mr. McKenzie, hi our duty. C'J ilon't SAY Mr. Rhodes. "Out you are trying lo represent to ilic country that' we have only scratched the surface." I don't think the country is inter- ested in eitner "of you safd Chairman Murphy. "Probably it wants to listen ,to vou, Mr. said 'Mr. Rhodes. "We don't ivant the country to.believe that in the main the glass- ies were superior they were said Mr. Gentian." SOMETHING ABOUT VALCAR- "Oh, you aren't running a court martial said Ml1. McKeuzic. "You can't make honorary colonels of everybody." "E want to protect witnesses from Hughes. "The onlv witness I have seen in- "Would you have given tbat lor "iNo." "Would you have given for it No." "Was it worth 1" "It depends on who wanted it." Another horse was purchased from him for "What kind of a horse was it asked'ilr. Rhodes. "Itr'.was spavined snid the witness frankly, "but on the front legs'. "Mit- 't it might he worlh "Then you deliherateh- cheated the government out of ?5u said Mr. Rhodes. Several members of the committee objected to. this imputation. ''Don't.you think your conduct was reprehensible ashed" Mr. Rhodes. ".Reprehensible tu say the least. ;prehe risible "That is the kind of horses every There was not much doing ut tho Trades Council last night, and the delegates settled down to a taJkfest, dealing with questions as wide apart as the finances of the organization, the Labor Temple Co., and wont was termed the unnecessary trips of the Commissioners and. Solicitor to Ed- and the enormous expense rred since the mix-up between Ion school trustees and city commission- ers. Label matters and questions af- fecting unions not carrying tlio labeJ, were all dealt 'with, and .Sunday next ut 3 p.m. was fixed for the annual fin- ance committee to meet other of- Hccra to go through the- books of the council. to re- .cniber tlmt ilie council 'meetings a.ro now httd Thursday, and iiintteni Knowing'-'the age of horses required Ot vital importance throughout tbu paign am likely to be raised at any lime, and it is the wish of the officers that all del- egates take purl in any discussion ness had' bean seriously interfered His entire time had been Aitcr some more wrangling it was decided to let the matter stand over. Col. McBain, who ;had valued lands and crops and purchased tbcm on be- half of the government at Valcartier, was next called to .give evidence. Col. McBain stated that in cases he had to pay money out of his own pocket to secure options [or the j have made out of. a single government, and in some cases he had lo pay for the land in lull. Mr. ilcKcnzie objected to the wit- ness asking questions from his secre- tary, and then swearing to the an- swer. It was contrary, to pro- cedure, he said. Col. JlcBain stated that his work bad been done without, remuneration To Be Sold to the Public At The RED CORNER Ihe auditor gen- insulted him LUMP OF IGNORANCE retorted the wit- ness. HOW HORSES WERE BOUGHT Mr. Harvey .then described the sys- tem by which horses were disposed of lo Lhc government tlmt may GERMANS WILL PAY .FOR WM. p. s close, the said Chairman Murphy in conciliatory ___ McBain declared Ihat he been handicapped in his purchase of i" land by a-group men who boosted n prices and interfered with options. MADE OUT OP Col. McBair. stated that his busi- get it." asked A. K 'k fc and I was mighty glad to 'Granted that imbeciles mo: 3 may Mr. Rhi have .oclcs, occupied. You made eleven thousand out oi it said Mr. Ucrnian. has been TOMORROW Morning at Nine O'Clock A Feast For Bargain Seekers Sixty Per Cent. Of'All School Children Suffer-From Weak Eyes Mary, so called, etupid school children are in the class enum- erated above and yet'their par- ents know not the cause. about your children? How about their sigUt? Take No Chances! Bring them jo us that we can make a thorough, painstaking, scientific What we tell yon -will be the truth as we find It- We won't advise glasses if they're not necessary. We know the optical pro- fession. It's our buslntii to know. Coming? RAWright THE JEWELER. SPRINGER GOES FOB TRIAL "Yes, T. could have made _ .1 up for trial today on the charge of citing to crime. application for ball was made, hut it Is understood the CJrown will' demand that ball will ilenl when I in my own said Col. McBain. NOT A HAD HOUSE A. 1J. Harvcr, from King's county, N. S., U'as the next witness calfed. He staled that he had so'W :L .horse to the government for S250. 11 a l-ood, ileccnt he stated, "but it liar] one fault. H was sprung- on the knees." "T don't want to know about its moral said Mr. Uhorips. "By being sprung OD the knees it" was unlit for -the work intended be so high as to be prohibitive. THE WAY OUT Change of Food Brought Succesi and ".'-----Happrneis. An ambitious hut delicate after ______ __._ _.. falling to go. through school on ac- "Well, it" wasn't a bad said! count 6( nervousness and -hysteria, IUr. Harvey. "I worked it on a meat found in Grape-Nuts the only wagon and it was all right." thgt-seemed lo. build her up and fur- Witness stated that he had also njsh her the peace of health. hi sold four-horses to" the government at'Kingston. The one for which he received the highest price was a mare iave. Being ambitious to "Frbin1- Dot been strong. learn.at: any cost I finally got lo the High School fliut soon had to abandon nervous which brought SI30. HEAT GQVERNJIEXT OiV HORSE my studfea on account of DUAL [irnstraUbn and hysteria. 'How" old was asked Mr. Hhodes. 'My" food did not -agree with me, and hgrew thin .Tiid despondent. I could.not enjoy the simplest social affair .for I suffered constantly from norvou's'ness In spite ot all sorts of medicines. "This ,wretchcd condition conlinuod until I deciime interested in '.he let- "Oh, she was crawling ic- iflrked the witness. "Was she lu years of age "f should 'say "Piitcen "Yes, in my judgment she would be (era ot those who had cases like mine about 20 years old." 'and who.-werc toeins helped by eating Me stated he had only known tho Grape-Nuts. marc about 10 minutes. He had i "I had lltlle faith, but procured 3 bought her for 'pkg. and after tho.first dish f exper- "Did you try to find out how old lenced a peculiar .satisfiedReeling that she was when you bought I had ne.ver fn.ined from any ordinary want to know." iVui and rested better that "When you sold the horse lo the night-and in a few days began to government you knew what they- were grow alrpnger. "I had a new feeling of peace and "Yes, the government was buying reBtCulnass. In a few weeks, to my and I was selling." great joy, the hemlaches and nervous- "You knew you were doing the gov- neas left me and life became brigljt ernment and bopeful. I resunieii my eludlos "They were buying and I was cell- and later laught ten months with ing." Craps-Nuts every day. I Another horse sold by the witness am now tho mistreas of a happy home, led been in his possession about half, and the old weakness has-never re- an. hoiir. "What sort of a horse was it asked 3Ir. Ilhorlea. "II. wa.s spavined on both "U'as it also crawling alons "U was." did you for it, V dollars.! i turned.' Name given by Canadian Postuin Co Windsor, Ont. Read, "The Road hind to In pkga. "There's a Ileason.'-' Ever read the above letter? A new one appear! time to time. They are genuine, true, and .full of huinin Washlugton, B.C., Aurll Ger- man soveruiTiEut has replied to the claim of the slate department for com- pensation for the sinking by the Prlnz Eltel Friedrlch of the American ship Win. P. Frye, assuming the liability not only for the destruction of Ihe vessel, but of the cargo, under the treaty of 1S9S. Germany requires, however, that the case shall be taken before a prize court for the establishment of facts cerning ownership of ship. anc( cargo. To this the department will assent. Say this :to your Grocer: Give me Gilmore's Quaker Bread, Please You will then "Uaye a-l-paf that wil you complete satisfaction, good to the last crumb, and With a flavor that no other liread you ever tasted beat. Look for the Label. Phone 378 or 1027. JOHN GILMORE The Ilaker.