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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LBTHBRIDGE OAILT HERALD FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1915 Study These Bargains Of A Fur Lined Coat, regular for. Fur Lined Coat, regular for. Ladies' Coats in Meltons and Tweeds, reg for. Ladies' Coats in Meltons and Tweeds, reg for. Ladies' Coats in Meltons and Tweeds, reg for. Persian Paw Muff and Stole, regular for. Set American Sables, regular S31.00 Splendid Boys' Overcoats, Elegant Motor Yuils up to value, from McCALL Regular or 6 for SILK SPOOLS, ASSORTED STOCK 4 for 25c 5c SOLID LEATHER C pairs for 10c Still handing out SOCKEYE SALMON to delighted customers ot 2 for.......... (only Q few cases .Assorted Spices, regular 20o each. 2 for....................'. IOC Gallon cans of luscious Rhubarb. 35c or 2 for................ 65C Replace your stock of Crockery while there is yet time. The prices need not be mentioned. Ask Your neighbor! Auction Sale At 2.30 and 7.30 o'clock on Saturday we will tear into the Ijaliiuce of the Boots. Shoes and Rubbers. Ladies find some wonderful bargains at this sale. Wacldingfcon wields the hammer and down the bargains go! The Balance of the Bentley Stock In the Old Bentley Stand A Bargain Feast BANKROPT To Be Sold to the Public At The RED CORNER TOMORROW Gen. Sham Shoes Uncorks Some More Hot Stuff in Committee the public account comruittco resumed Wednesday, lion Dr. Reid, minister ot customs, ros and proposed fhat iiTviou" of'the lac !thnt the investigation into binoculars I ivas completed tha folJoking motion be referred to the house "Tluit tho coitmiittee have consfrt prod ttic purchase ot binocular glass cs for the CnnadJan eipeditioiiar; force imrt beg to report to llic house tlie evHicnre and documents in connec- tion therewith. From the evidence i appears I hat in Ihc maiu the glosses were o[ superior quality and purchased n( reasonable price From the evidence it appears that a limited number of them were of poor quality and of low range and inferior efficiency, but passed inspection and were purchased at an excessive pilce and this was due to misrepresenta- tion and inadequate inspection. They therefore recommend that the evi- dence be referred to the department of justice with instructions to en- force restitution and take such pro- Iccertings as the law will permit." Sir. Kj-tc objected to the wording. "Why should comment he made, with which this committee may not all agree he asked, onlv investi- gated 1GG out ot about purchas- ed. The whole thing was not investi- gated. "Yes, but it. doesn't seem said Dr. Reid, "to condemn the whole "Sf irchase on tlic evidence we have." wouldn't gu on record as say- ing Uiat 'in the main the glasses of superior said Mr. ticrman. "On the other Imnd." said Mr. Kyte, "of the ICG glasses supplied by Rirkctt, only three were of superior quality." ".My 'resolution deals with the whole said Dr. Reid. "U'u have only been scratching the surface said Mr. Kyte. "We have been working Why should we give binoculars which we have not seen at all .Mr. Rhodes "You. say you I CLARKE CO. The Ladles' Store Phone 453 Continues All Day Tomorrow Right up liil the closing hour at 10 o'clock All the special week end bargain items ciuunnrjitrtl iu last nijjlit's paper on sale all day tomorrow if quantities last that long. And in addition to these, our great sale of Millinery And Ready-to-Wear Featuring the largest assortments within your roach at the lowest prices ever quoted. SUIT SALE Reg. to SUIT SALE All tultg up to SUIT SALE Any suit worth SKIRT SALE Worth up lo Tiro Lots of Millinery Includes tho entire stock All Hals worth up to All lints wortll ill) to COAT SALE Coats worth to -H- COAT SALE Worth up to J22.50 COAT SALE Worth up to DRESS SALE Worth up to iroughout and at great loss to blm- and his business. G-EX. SHAM SHOES STEPS UP "A number of witnesses have made milar said Mr. j-rc. "WJica 2. witness so protests it may arouse suspicion." "U'ith .some interjected' Col. Hughes. .Mr. Kyle "The minister is Free with his interruptions." "I intend to see tfaat witnesses are not retorted General Sam. tinder pressure. "Oh, things will be done in this an opinion on Icommittee without your said Mr. Kyte. "No man will be insulted in my, presescp here, thundered General only scratched the have Sam, pounding the table in front oi been working under lie de- clared. "Several times we have ad- journed at tho request' ol honorable gentlemen ol the opposition It you Jmve only scratched the surface it's your own fault. It you. want to deeper we will extend this inquiry. "The prime minister delayed two weeks in deciding Tvbcllicr we should consider this retorted. !Mr. Kyts. "The parliament -has been sit- NO COURT MARTIAL "Oh, you aren't miming a court martial said MX. McKcnzic. "You can't make honorary colonels oi everybody." "I want to protect witnesses from being protested General Hughes. "The only witness I have seen in- sulted in the declared ting three times a nay. We couldn't Mr. McK-enzie, "was the auditor geu- be in two places nt once. Mr. Rhodes eral, _and the man who insulted him "Would you have given thai for "No." "Would you have given J1GO tor No." "Was it worth "It depends on who wanted Another horse was purchased from him for What kind of a horse was asked. Mr. Rhodes. "It was spanned said the witness frankly, "hut on the front legs." He thought it might bo irortli "Then you deliberately the government out of said Rhodes. Several members of the committee objected to tin's imputation. "Don't you think your conduct was asked air. Rhodes. 'Reprehensible to say the least. There was not much doing at the Tradea Council last night, and the delegates settled down to a taJUfest, dealing with questions as wide apart aa tho finances of the organ tz tit ton, tlie Labor Temple Co., and what TVRB termed the unneuegEury trips of the' Commissioners nnd Solicitor to Ed- monton, nnd the enormous expense in-, curred since the mix-up between tho school trustees and city commJaaloji-; ere'. Label matters and questions af- fecting- unions net carrying Iba label, were all dealt -with, and Sunday next at 3 p.m. was "fixed for the.annual fin- ance committee to meet with other or-, ffcers to KO through the books of UIB council. Delegates We .urged to re- member Hint the council meetings aro now held every and ICnowiiig the 'age of horses required 0{ vital importance throughout the and the condition ol your horse, lias no right to say w'c were shirting said Mr. Rhodes. our duty." "I don't say so, I "But you arc' trying to represent to the coun t ry that e have .scratched the surface.11' "I don't think the country is intcr- csififl in either oi you said Chairman Murphy; "Probably it wants to listen to you, Mr. said Mr. Rhodes. "We don't want the country to believe that in the main the glass- es were superior when they were said Mr. German. SOMETHING ABOUT VALCAR- TIER Aitor some more wrangling it was decided to let the matter stuud over. Col- Me Bain, who had valued lands and crops and purchased them on. be- half of the government at Valcartier, was next called ro give evidence. Col. McCain stated that in ninny cases had to par money out of his own pocket to secure options for the government, and in some cases lie had to pay for the land in full. Mi. McKenzie objected to the wit- ness asking questions from his secre- tary and then swearing to the an- swer. It was contrary to court pro- cedure, he said. Col. McBain stated that his work had been done without remuneration was General HugLes." don't you think your conduit was reprehensible is the hind of horsss every body was retorted the wit- HOW HORSES WEKB BOUGHT Harvey described .the sya- disposed present "wet" or "dry" campaign., are likely to he raised at any. and It is the -wish ot the- officers that all del- egates' tulle part In any discussion, that may been handicapped in his puichase of Jarid b? a group of men ivbo boosted prices and interfered with options. 1 Jll.DOB OUT OP JOB JlcBam stated that his busi- sald Mr. Rhodes had been seriouslr interfered r XWSSTML s ffi Morning at Nine O'Clock A Feast For Bargain Seekers Sixty Per Cent. Of All School Children Suffer From Weak Eyes Many, so called, stupid acbool children are in tlie class enum- erated above and yet their par- ents know not the cause, about your children? How about their sight? Take .No Chances! Bring them (o us that we can. make thorough, painstaking, scientific examination. "What we leii you Tyiii be the truth as we find It. We won't advise glassea 1C they're not necessary, We know the eptlctl pre- ft'a our buvlnew to know, Coming? RAWright 189! THE JEWELER. Col. McBain stated that his busi- ness 1; with Valca: occupied. i You made eleven thousand out ol it said Mr. German. Yes, -but I could have made I iave made out of a single deal when J am engaged in my said Col. McBain. NOT 'A BAD HOUSE A. B- Harvey, from King's county, S., was the next witness called. He stated that he had sold a horse id the government for It. was a good, decent he stated, "but it had one fault. It was sprung on the knees." "I don't want to know about its moral said Mr. 'Rhodes. "By being sprung on the knees it was unlit .lor. the work intended "None whatever..! took vhat was offered me, and -I -was m'iBftty glad to get that imbeciles may have has been cheated." SPRINGER FOR TRIAL April of Detectives W. H. Springer was sent up for trial .today on the charge o[ In- citing to crime. No application for bail was made, but It Is. understood the Crown tem demand that .ball will be BO high as to he'prohlbitlve. THE WAY OUT Change of Food Brought Succeit and An ambitious hut delicate girl, after falling to go througli soh'ool on ac- i'Well, "it wasn't a had said count or nervousness and hyiterin, Jlr. Harvey. "I worked it on a meat found, in Grape-Nuts the only thing wagon and it was all right." i that seemed to build her up and fur- Witness stated that lie had also ni3h her'the peace ol health. sold, four horses to the government at one Tor which he received the highest price was a mare which drought HEAT GOVERNMENT ON HOUSE DUAL How old was asked Mr. Rliodes. "Oh, 'she. was crawling re- marked tlie witness, j'ears ol age 'I should: say so." Yes." "Was she lu 'From she snys, "I have not been strong: Being ambiOouB to learn at any cost I finally got to the High-School (but soon had to abandon mv studies' on account of nervous my studies' on accoi jirostration and hysteria. "jry'tood did not; agree with me. and 1 grew thin and despondent. I could not enjoy the simplest social affair for I suffered constantly from nervousness In spite'of all sorts of medicines.. "This-wretched condition' continued until 1 (became, interested in-the..let- Yes, in my judgment she would be ten of those who had cases like mine about 20 years old.'? and whoi.were toeing helped by eating He stated he had only known the Grape-Nuta. mare Tibout 10 minutes. He bad had little faith, hut procured a bought S85. 'pkR. and. after the first dish I exper- "Did you try to find out how-. old lenced a pew-liar satisfied ..reeling that she was when you bought her f had never gplmed- from any ordinary "iNo I-didn't want to know." food- 1 slept and rested better that "When you sold the horse to the night and In. a few-days began .to government you knew what they were grow stronger. "I Had .a new of peace and "Yets, "the government was "buying festfifinese: In .a ferrwceJSs; to iily and I was selling." great Joy, Uio headaches and nervous- "You knew you were doing tbe ness left mo and life became bright 'ami hopeful. I resumed my studies I "They were buying and I was sell- and liter taught ten mouths with, every day. I Another horse sold by the witness am now tUo rnlBtresa ot a happy home, had been in his possession about half arid the old-'iyoakcass ias never re- an hour. i turned." by Canadian FOB turn Co., Windsor, Ont. "Read, "The Road lo In pkgs, a What sort of a horsB was it asked Mr Rhodes. It vv'as spavined on hoth liii legs." It also crawling along 'It was." 'What did joil for it A hundred and twenty dollars.'1 Iteason." Ever read the above letter! A new ont ippajra from time to time. They are gtriulne, true, .and full of human GERMANS WILL PAY. FOR WM. P. FRY? Washington, D.C., April Ger'- man government has' replied, to the claim of the state department (or com.; pensation for the sinking by the Prinz Bltel Priedrlcb of the.American ship .Wm. P. asBuinlng tie liability uot only for the'deiiruction of the vessel, but ot the cargo, under tie treaty of 1898. Germany requires, however, that the case shall be taken before a prlie court for tbe establishment of facts concerning ownership of ship and cargo.. To this the department -will assent. Say this to your Grocer: Give me Gilmore's Quaker Bread, Please You will; then'', have a Loaf that will give you complete satisfaction, good to the last crumb, and with a flavor that no other bread you ever tasted can beat. Look for the Label. Phone 378 or 1027. JOHN GILMOBK The Baker. ;