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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta It I SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1914 PAILY IrflltALD PAGBMMU AFTER SUPPER SPECIALS On sale from 7 until 10 o'clock only 12 oUia laige Royal Hah Nets. All shades, eilhei' kind ioi Pillow Cases, fine cotton, icady to use. Foi tonight only, a pan Sheets, 2 yaids by 2y2 yuids. Ready to use Tonight each Sample Vests, woith up to 20c. While they last tonight, 3 foi 25C Gombinations foi ladies, fine knit, tonight, 2 foi 100 Longcloth, for i, 15c ynid for 90 Piue Linen Towels, Bleached Huck, on sale each Table Fapjans, 22x22, each Table Cloths, legulai 00 for .35 Men's 'Lawn Zeictiiefs, tonight 5c Men's 35 to 50c Socks, 5 pans for... .JJ .QQ will buy a fine Woisted or Tweed Siut, T, ox tli up to Men, teie is a chance worth while, save the diileience foi something else. cfrn also buy an English "Wateipioof Obatr plaid lining, at this piiee. RYLANDS CO. The Busy Store Britain's Navy That Makes Her "Mistress of the Seas" r W A. R Cocq) Thtf "effective fighting fleets of the Great Poners orLunope at the end of 1913 bfood ag follows Battleships Built Building Great Britain Go 11 Trance 21 7 Russia.; 9 7 (Termany 33 Austria JU 5 Haiy 9 5 Cruisers (Battle) Built Buildin; Great Britain 7 3 Prance Russia 4 Germany 3 Austria1 .Cruisers (Armored) .Built Bulldlns Great Britain- 34 franca. 20 Russia. G Germany 0 Austria Italy 0 Cruisers (Protected) Built Builfllns Great Britain 17 Pranco i 4 Russia Germany Austria Italy.. V.. .Light Cruisers Built Building Great Britain G-t 7 France1..-.' 9 :-r- Hussia 2 Germany......... 41 4 Sold by all Druggists and" Grocers all over Canada. Austria Italy. 13 Unp elected Cruisers Built Buildn Great Britain 5 2 Prance __ Russia __ Germany 4 Austria 3 __ Italy 1 _ _ Scouts Great Britain France Russia .V Germany Austria Italy. Built Building Great Britain France Ilussia Germany Austria Italy. Torpedo Vessels _Built 28 4 3 11 3 Building 1 We Will Buy Your Eyes! Tea, wo What's 'more, we will pay you a good price for them. Now, if you need money, here's your chance. What's haven't enough money -for you to part with them? Why you are suf- fering from eye you fall to wear glasses that will quickly remedy the Show wisdom by having us examine your eyes and Bassist them to see perfectly. R. A. Wright, The City's Leading Jeweller Established 1898. Issuer of'Marriage Licensee, No witnesses required >Eye Specialist in charge of Optical; Department. Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 After Supper Sale Torpedo Boat Destroyers Built-. Building ircst Britain ..191 33 France......... 73 ,11 Russia 9G 45 Germany 393 g Austria........., 13 6 Italy.. 23: 10 Torpedo Boats Built Bulliliuf Ireat Britain......309 105 2G '___ Germany ..SO '__ Austria 60 8 Italy... 76" 24 Submarines Building Great 6-1 22 France 73 S ,.29 ]fl Germany 23 15 Austria 6 taly............... 12 .3 Belgium has nothing In the way of a navy which Ouiints. In modern ships, that Is, those'com- pleted in ten or, less, some" as- pects of the relative'material strength of the naval power of. Great Britain nml Germany, are1: illustrated by the allowing Groat Germany 17 Other Groat Britain.. 6 Germany 6 Armored Britain.." 12- Germany 4 imali Great Britain.. Germany 18 Great Germany 101 'orpedo Great Britain 68 Germany 23 of Vessels With regard to the speed of modern vessels, the British battle cruiser Princess Royal, one of the latest ships In commission, reached -a maiximum knots, -white the lately com- pleted Queen Mary is stated to have reached the ohenomenal rate of 35.7 knots. ..The--designed speed in-each case was 2? .knots. Our latest sub- marines, will displace 1200 steam 20 knots'on 'the-surface, and carry 'our 12-pdunder guns and six torpedo tubes. Australian Navy The battle cruiser Australia has as- sumed the position, of flagship .of the Commonwealth, fleet, and the British no longer has a corarnander-in- chief on that station. The protected cruisers Sydney and are in commission and the destnneis larra 'arramatta; and Warrego, whlleC under construction are the cruiser Brlsban and the, destroyers 'Swan, Derwent anfl Torrens in. The Ngtva! Review at Spithead ,of the.-'streiigth ;of the at the- late review by King