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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, ADGl'ST 1. 1!)in Tiir: LETffnnmnr daus herald PAGE FIVE (Klll'iliil 111 till' llrllllil). ni'HiilirooU, II. ('.., July ;il.-Flro al jb.riO IIiIk luonilnK In St. Miii'y'h Horn-an Ciitliollc diurcli did d.-miiiKe to ap-jproxIniiUolj- Jt.flon. Tlic vostry 1h jbndly Kiillod and tlio mulii ptu't of t.lin jclnircli dnnijiKcd by fimolt*.' and wutof (Tlio oi-IkIii of till! Ilrtila not known. JTliii loH.H to till! ri-Hlil(!i>t prii-Mi will bo jdnHtroyi'd, logclUci' wltli � mon ongag-d, and a large luiniber of ladloH from roronto who give their sorvifjeH free u looking aftor tlio oanteon. The rc-reslimont tonl t.s Fio by liX) feel; an lUdilorium, r.O by 100 feet, two writing ents, 40 by 80 feet, in whloh 500 Holders have been Kciiding loltorn at one iimo. and a sraallor tent. ;',0 by TiO feet, liyhoro there are loialed a waioli re-lair shop, barber shop, stooks of toilet rticlcs. puttees, elo. At Barriefield, I'ctawawa. and Lon-on, a number are al work, bringing ^10 total to nearly aoo "Y" men, spo-1 lially me (Submitted jiepartmeiit of tlie Y. M. C. A.). Mr. and Mr.-i. Arthur Marnslcy left today for Wnterton I^akoH. iMLsH Aghew of 'Medicine Hat, Is a giie.fl of .Mrs. J. 0. Kobertson. � �  .Mr. and Mr.s. K. II. U'llaon left thi.s afternoon on u trip to the ooasl.  �  .Miss Clara Patrick ha.s left lo spend her vaeatlou with frluiias In Calgary and lianff.  * * Mrs. J. A. I'orry left this afternoon lo spend several weeks in Winnipeg. .Mrs. C. ,10. .Morris and little son hilt tills ahcrtiGoii to spend a iiiontli with frUmds in (lalgary. AM* Mr. and .Mrs. F. \V. Honnelt and lliroi- iliiiighters left on Tuesday morn-ing via the Arrow I^akes to aiiend a moiuli's var.allon al Vaneonver.   M Mrs. P. C. .lerrobl. Miss ,!crrold, and .Miss Kathleen ,Ierrold ot Irvine, Alia., are guosls with .Mrs. 1). A, Smith, l.'Uh street Bontli.    � W. A. Lovitt returned this morning from a six weeks' visit in Ontario. Mrs. ho\'ltt and the children will not return until tho autumn. w w a, Mr. .T. .1. White and son, Mr. Cecil \Vl\iie, of OrangevlUe, Onl., who liave been the guoats of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Taylor, left loiluy for the east. * * * Mrs. K. C. Karris and little son Ron-llio left totlay on an extended visit to the east .Mr. Farrls accompanied tliom as far as .Medicine Hat. * * * .Mr. and Mrs. E. A. lywert and Master Hilly Kwert have returned after sponiling a month In Vancouver. They were a'-oomiinnloi) home by Mrs. Kw-erl's slaler. Mrs. A. Ion Strike, of Calgary: *   Mrs. T. M. HufC and children left on Saturday for tlie North Fork near Pinclier Creek, where they will spend a couple ot weeks with relatives, camping and fishing. l'"'lt lo^'"'. l^^*^'-- ^'^^^'"B ubraltted by the .Military Service,�" s'^'^^J vevamlali. Ladies' Gunmetai Boots In Uluobor stylos, in small sizes only. To (liear W'otlnoKda.v morning. $1.50 & $1.75 HHMIMKD SHEETS -Vi by 2Vi yaiil;^. Ilomnied ready for use. Cooil qualil-v sheeting. Wed. morning, pair ... $1.75 WlIllE TEUMY TOWELS IS in. by .'M in. Soft and absorbanl. Per pair. Wednesday morning ................. 28c SOLID LEATUEFv HAND BAGS 79c .'lO only, in blaok with strong malleable iron frames. All new shajioa. To clear, each ...... LADli:S' COLOKED PAKASOLS 25 only lion rustable frames and bamboo handle. CQ^ Wednesday morning lo clear ................... Ui/C ONE ma TAliLE OF ODDMENJ S .Made up as follows, bolls, shields, Ue,s, buttons, p veils, towels, etc., Wednesday morning, each ... OC A SPLENDID LINE OF LADIES' MIDDIES $1.09 ALL LADIES' AND CHILDEEN'S Sl'HAW AND LINEN HATS Wednesday morning, HALF PRICE. Wednesday Grocery Specials Coniriakos. 4 |>ii('kcls...........29c Slii'cddod Wheal, per piickcf.....12c (tiitu'cc Snap.^, 2 11).>a))i)lo. (iold IjJir, Pvcuiilar fJoc. Special ... ......... ........29c \'uu\t>;ar. (.'rtisse and I'illtK'.......... I\asi)i)e rry r> lack we (t)uarts . is. 25c 40c 25c 25c Sockeye Salmon. 2 tins....... I'ice, (iood cookin.ii'. 4', .. liacon. finest ])cnniealed. BacK, sliced, per 11).................27C Dairy Butter, per lb............25c Men's Working Boots, in Dlucher stylos. All sizes. Regular nosday morning. $2.10 pr. $2.7,^. Wed- Oitferent styles to from. Belted and pK'un styles. Special Wednesday morning. ... Store Closes at 1 o'clock HudsoiVs Bay Co. CIIILDliEN'S ROMPERS Worth to Jl.OO. Wednesday morning. f\Qn To clear ..................................... D�/C DRAPERY CAS1:MENT CLOTHS 'lO inches wide in colored pattenis on cream OC_ grounds. Ilegnlar 4uc to G."ic. Wednesday morn. yd. �iDC TAPESTRY PANELS In handsome colors and assorted sizes. 1 '|>i>i(>a Regular prices from 50c to $6.00. All..... 2 REMNANTS AND ODDMENTS ot Curtain Nets, Cretonnes, Sateens, etc. 1 pi>|(>A Wednesday morning at ..................... 2 CHILDREN'S WASH SUITS In good quality Charabray and Ginghams, Crepe and Drill. .Made In Oliver Twist .Middy and Jumper Suits. Eeg. 85e, Wednesday .. Keg. $L25, Wednesdays Reg. .2.85, AVednesday MEN'S SUMMER ^^^5^GHT j PYJAMAS In blues and tans. Trimmed with frog |A fasteners. Regular $1.75. Special ........... �:. : ;..;. � .> ? 78th BATTERY >;. .;. .;. .;. With 44 men on the strength the 7Sth liattery starts oft tlio month ot August. Three times that number WATCH FOR THE BIGGEST SALE OF HIGH-CLASS FURNITURE Held This Season Entire EQiiipmenl: of Fjiriiitiire at the Diamond City Hotel will be sold On TUESDAY, AUG. 15 THIS STOCK COST OVER .$5,000.00 There are 35 rooiii.s in the hotel and all furniture is in No. I condition. ANYONE WISHING TO VIEW THE STOCK MAY DO 80 BY^ CALLING ON T. N. CHRISTIE, DIAMOND CITY. J. A. SMITH, AUCTIONEER, lave you , BmoUoil 'Nobleman ASQUITH DEPLORES FRYATT MURDER London, July 31,-"It appears to bo true that Captain Fryatt was murdered by tho Oerraana," said Premier As-(|uith, in tho houao ot commons this afternoon In reply to a question by Sir lOdward CarSon, louder ot the Ulster UiilonlHls, "Tho Uritisit governmont," tho prom-ior added, "heard with rtedp indignation of this atrocious crime against, tho law ot nations and uaago ot war. (doming as it does eontomporanoouBly with tho lawless cruelty to the populiitton ot LlUo and othei'' occupioil portions of Franco, It showa that tho Oorrann iiigli cominandH undoi' the atresB of military defeat have renewed their policy of (orrorliiQment. ITlslov could not bo brought in without lier consent and home ruler being on the statute books, could not be tak^n olT. lie said that he was most anxious that the house should not pass although they had failed, hail revealed an approximation of an attitude which had liardly boon ox|)oeted or hoped for. A milestone on the road had been passed and il was the patriotic duty of all t() do iiodiing to revive ancient bitterness. A movomant la on foot in flii(l|ih for the roglstrtttlou ot nil young \'omen hi UiB oily who are wllUjig aid prepared to talw the plauoa of mon who nvB wnntefl iil tho front. I Is prnposed to aak the enHiioyei'B toidis-mlsB ollBlhle uKm The Lethbridge Highlanders 1 1 3th Overseas Batt., C.E.F. loo MEN WANTED To Complete Establishment Your chance to DO YOUR BIT I � at once Apply-Recruiting Office, 604 3rd %ve., S. JUST A LITTLE ONE El Paso, TcK., July 31.-Tv/o United will bring the battery up to strength ' Stale^ors wore killed and one was and Lieut. Nelson has hopes of com-j wounded in a clash with Mexican bau-pleting the unit this month. One now'dits who had crossed tlio Rio Grande man, Millard Robison, former captain ' viver live miles below- jfort Hancock, of the High School cafiet company, i Texas, early this niornlng. There were signed on last night. .T. H. Love, who ' live bandits In the party, has been Y..M.C..\. sport secretary at I ' Sarcoo also reported tor duty this !---------------;------------ morning. j .^mh^mmmmmm^^mw STRUCK A MINE London, July 31.-The Dutch mall steamer Kontgen Wilhalmlna struck ai mine near the Northhlnder lightship, says a dispatch from The Hague to Renter's Telegraph company. Tho passengers left the vessel in life boata and made for tho lightship. .;. .;, .;. .;. ,;. i THE VIKINGS : : > :. :> �: :.:. : :. .; : : ; The Vikings were successful in add-1 ing Henry Miller to their list yester-, day. Ho loft for Camp Hughes on tho 12.r>r>. The boys have a tow more', lined up and e.vpoct to sign them up i la a day or two. Sergt. Hooper is ox-' peeled back from camji tomorrow, at-; ler which they expect to round up; (luilo a few mon, as Sorgt. Hooper is \ an osporieneed recruiter and once he  gels a focus on a prospect he is (lulto sure to sign him up. ? : > : * : * �> � .> RAILWAY CORPS > tj. .J. .J. .J. .J. .J* .J. .J. tj. > *. Righleen mora veorulta and then the Lethbridge recruiting ofllco for tho 230tU battallQU will 4ittvo ohtalnod fifty railroad 'men for the llailwny Construction Corps. George W, Bowie and Uoy L. Dayo, both locomotive firemen, joined last night, together with ,lohn U RIoux, another Lethbridge man. Among the features in this battalion are that all railroad mon of every description from the heads In tho office stuff to the soctlon man are ro-tiulrod, including all branchea in the trnli) service. There Is no drill, and the dUlckeat and ruoai direct route right to tho tiring line la asaured. Go and aee Fi'od Ay. Downer at the Victoria Rlanalons now and get nil infor-roatlou, drftCls for Vulcartler leave dally, � 1' Ask Your Friends If they are not absolutely satisfied with the methods used in our up-to-date Optical Parlors in testing their eyes. And at our reasonable charges. 100% satisfaction guaranteed. Mail your watches to us for repairs. Armstrong & Raworth THE LETHBRIDGE JEWELLERS, t ' 63 981936 ;