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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1916. GREATEST IS NOW OX OFFERING THE BIGGEST BARGAINS IX THE HIST- ORY OF THIS STORE. WE MUST R AISE CASH AT ONCE, AND HATE CUT DEEP INTO THE PRIC ES. GREAT SAYINGS IN EYERY DEFARMENT. COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF Purchase ijiiarank'cd or money refunded. No Goods on BOOTS AND SHOES Men's Oxfords, brand, black anil lau, button or IHCC. Well worth 35.50. (fro AC Clear Away Price............ Ladies' Oxfords. Regular JS.UO ami (Jo Going any pair.............. Ladies' Satin Pumps, These are worth 53.75 To rfj-l o C clear, per pair............... V 1 .Ot? Children's Shoes. Buttoned and laced, worth from to Sale (M or Price..................... tpl.iJ Wash Ties 9c A real snap at each Men's Underwear 35c Light, two-piece. o Clear-away price 0DC Boys' Shirts Regular Si.00, Snc 75c. Clear-away price 50i- Regular Si.00, S5c and rn Boys' Hose 19c The Buster Brown kind. Q Clear-away price 1" C Boys' Pants S5c Regular np Sale price............ 5.JC Boys' Wash Suits in white and tan, well worth Cl 18 Clearing at......... 1 ROMPERS 9G at JOC Boys' Combinations 42c Regular 65c.. 75c and JO 41.00. Clear-away price Ttfa C Men'sTiress Shii'ts, 63c Regular-up to Clear-away price DOC MEN'S We have one of the best stocks of Suits in town, and our clear-away prices will "move them to the last. Be sure and get one from us now. as you may not be able to get one for double the price iu the fall. Suits, Lot -No. 1. This lot consists of blues, browus, darks browns and striped, and are worth from to Clear-away Price Suits, Lot No. 2. ..This lot consists of blue, browns, darks and striped and are worth 1 'TC SIS to Clear-away price ts The biggest bargain offered at any time.- Suits, Lot Xo. 3. Suits in all sliades. worth pn from 513 to Going at..... 91 .DU Men's Combinations 95c Men's Combinations, well worth AC- Sale price............... "DC Men's Overalls lien's Union Made Overalls. Black, blue and striped. Regular Sale price BOYS' SUITS! BOYS' SUITS! BOYS' SUITS! We have the most complete stock of boys' suits, and will clear them at prices that you will not be able to buv ajmiii for some time to come. W e have them from. up SAVE MONEY ON YOUR GROCERIES -LUNCH TONGUE, Clark's, 1 tin LUNCH TONGUE Clark's, !b. tin.. LOBSTER. New pack Half pound tin ASPARAGUS TIPS.1 per tin VAN CAMP'S SOUPS assorted, 2 for VAN CAMP PORK Half pound tins, 2 for.............. VAN CAMP HOMINY 3 Ib. tins, per tin 45c 25c 35c 30c 25c BEANS 25c 20c Special! 20 Ib. E. C. Sugar, reg. 1 Ib. Coffee, rsg 1.95 .40 2.35 Special B. C. Potatoes. 10 Ibs. for B-. 0. Celery, Friday and Saturday y SPECIAL! Sodas: Peerless or Western's, per pkg. 25c per. lOc 22c McCormick's Sweet'Bisciiits. Shipment just in LIBBY'S SOUR KRAUT 3 Ib. tins, per tin GRAPE NUTS per SHREDDED WHEAT BISCUITS, 2 for CREAM OF WHEAT per package QUAKER OATS per package........ R. H. ROLLED OATS 8 Ib. sack SOAPS: Sunlight. or Swift's white. A A 23 bars J..UU 15c 15c 25c 20c 22c 35c WESTERN MERCANTILE CO. WHERE YOUR DOLLAR DOES ITS DUTY Phone 1724 Third Avenue Soiitb CONTRACTORS DEMAND CHANCE TO TENDER ON BUILDINGS Ottawa, Aug. Evening Citi- ;zcn says: "The committee superintending the reconstruction of the parliament build- ing is to .assemble again nest week, when there will be detailed reports tlie done so far, and explanations of the plans adopted. "The main point at issue relates to the complete removal of the wails. When members of the committee met here in June, a large part of the walls was standing and it was pretty gener- ally understood that this was to be I utilized. Last week when they came there was nothing but the skyline. "Tbe explanation of Architect Pear- son is that his plans, which were ten- tatively approved by the committee, provided for an extra story and the location of the chambers outside wing. These together with the al- leged defects in the old walls necessi- tated the pulling down of the whole structure. "Outside contractors are still de- manding for competitive contracts in- stead of Lyall Co. doing the work on.a percentage basis." i MARKHAM, M. P., VERY ACTIVE GOVERNMENT CRITIC, IS DEAD. London, Aug. death of Sir Arthur Basil Markbam, M. P., for the Mansfield division of Nottingham- shire and wealthy coal mine owner, is announced by the Weekly Dispatch. THE WHITE LUNCH CAFE Newly-renovated and Enlarged In order to acconiodate our increasing number of patrons we have enlarged our quarters and added A Modernly-Equipped Dining Room The Best and Cheapest Place to Eat in the City Now THE WHITE LUNCH CAFE FIFTH STREET Sir Arthur was one of the severest critics of the Unionist government and was oiie of'the aqtive members of. the so-called "Ginger sGroup" in the Jiouse of commons. As recently as August 4 Sir Arthur .bad questioned Premier Asquitb as to the number of his official private sec- .retaries and had inquired whether any of them were yet age. Sir Arthurjiad been ill for months and told friends recently that bo had only six months more to live. He suffered a sudden relapse yesterday morning. Sir Arthur Basil Markhani was born August 25. I8GG, and has boim a njeni- .ber of parliament for the last 16 years. He belonged to the Liberal party; f-'fiCG the beginning of the had leen a persistent critic of the govern- ment. Among those whom he criticiz- ed ttere Premier Asquith arid the late Field Marshall Earl Kitchener. In Jisrci: of this year considerable re- sentment arose in the bouse of com- mons as the result of an attack on Premier Asquith by Sir Arthur. On May 31 of this year Sir Arthur asked the government whether the entente allies were prepared to ask a neutral state to communicate peace terms to Germany. I Justice Maslen at Toronto, dis- missed an application by R. A. Reid. for permission to file I vacation lime in uyrll I RanKin Valpy Elwell for a .leclaratioii i that his marriage to bis cousin, Edith I Marjorie Hell, is null and void. The plaintiff, who lias enlisted with the j London Scottish, an'rt asks (h'jit his I evidence .bn taken on commission. Says that he ijas only fifteen yearn j old when the woddlng took place, The [ilainliff lives In London, England I and his wife in Toronto. (From; Our Own Correspond .'lit) Nobleford, Aug. IBS' Pinkhum, honorary secretary-treasurer oi! -the Alberta provincial, brunch of the Kod Gross society paid a visit-to Noble- ford on-. Thursday afternoon and ad- IrcBscd a representative gathering-of ladies in the school house. The speak- er was introduced by C. Mavsli, clmirman of the local branch who called attention to tlio work that is being done'aud urged an even more hearty response to the needs of the future. -Miss Pinklmm outlined the organization of the .society in Al- berta and ably presented the claims of this noble work. Letters were read from olllcers and men in France and from non-combatant observers of the work that is being done in overseas. address was very in and'convincing, many of th, ladiac. present pledging themselves t rciiL-wed vigor in tlio future. Whil here Miss Pinkham was a guest a tiie manse. Hev.. Dr. Ferguson visited this fic-li on. Sunday and'preached at thrci of the regular services. In connection with.the movemon for consolidation. 11 letter bus bum received from the Department o[ Ed ucatton for Alberta in which it stated that the department wouU encourage the formation of coiisol dated this" attitude i doubtless based'on the good obtained from" 'the many districts in all -parts oE the province. The movement is spread ing very rapidly as the experience consolidated districts has invariablj justified the change from the old sys- tem. We think it would be well for a flag staff to be erected in the schoo grounds and the Union Jack to be provided for in the school ordinance We can't afford to neglect the edu- cation of our children in patriotism and loyalty to all. tor. which our flac stands. 'We hope the trustees v 111 take early action in the mai'.tT. The school has been renovat :d jiiid a pleasing aspect. have no objection to the C. P. R. .growing wheat, and oats along their right-of-way. Via it number of local men are protesting against the growth of Canadian thistle, stink-weed and other noxious specimens. A special service has been arranged tor Newlands on Sunday afternoon. The cradle roll certificates will be presented and a cordial invitation to parents has been extended. The Red Cross sewing circle has been re-started and got away, with a good meeting on Friday afternoon. Meetings will be held weekly and all are invited to help. .Music, games, ice-cream and many other attractions will mark the lawn social to be held under the Ladies' Aid auspices on Saturday evening of this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Noble. Among other things there will be suitable instruction af- forded for disconsolate bachelors in a sketch entitled "Wanted, a Wife." Ar- rangements have been made for a member of the 113th pipe band to at- tend in highland costume and to give selections on the pipes. Refresh- ments will be served at a small cost but there will :be no charge-for ad- mission. The Tvhole program will: be very attractive and a large attend- ance is expected. The Ladies' Aid meets next week on Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Jas. McDowell at the restaurant. The worst electric -of the season visited the district on'Tuesday evening, lasting for over five-hours. The rain, which was very heavy, continued through the night. The wheat does not. seem'to have-suffer- ed greatly but oats have beer, badly damaged. Some' fields have been beaten down and twisted so badly that it is questionable whether they will be worth anything. The storm came just at the worst time and it will be difficult to cut the oats which have twisted. Fortunately there was no hail and very little wind or matters might have been much worse. Corp. Rurkitt and Private Rogers, of the 113th visited Noblefonl on Tuesday in the interests of their Voplo insisting on coni- i'orlable. dressy, footwear Avill find 'tljeso standards maintained at our store. We carry sev- eral well known makes. The following will give you splendid satisfaction: For Women J. T. BELL'S" SHOE For Boys and Girls "HURLBURTS' WELT CUSHION SOLE" THE IDEAL SHOE FOR CHILDREN THE NEW FALL SHOES Are coming in in a short time. Alt lines of new shoes will be complete. We invite you to see them. HUFNER THE SHOEMAN BESIDE MERCHANTS AN IRISH MANIFESTO Lawrence Godkin, son of late E. L. Godkin, editor of the New York Ev- ening Post, and founder of the Na- tion, in the New By ancestry I am an Irish- man. Sly father "was 'Irish-born in Hounty Wicklow. My grandfather was rish and was an active member of -he revolutionary "Young Ireland" party of 1848. His membership in hat movement was maintained at great self-sacrifice. There was noth- ng pro-British in my grandfather. On; the'other hand, my maternal an- cestry was of the New England Yan- kee stock. My mother's forbears were evolutionists against King George III ind British misrule. There was nothing tro-British about my maternal ances- ora. I myself think the blackest page in England's history IB that which re- ords her treatment of Ireland. There 3 every-reason why I should not be .ro-Brltish. And yet today my heart goes out o England and the thousands of Irish- aen who are fighting under her stan- !ard in the trenches. For she and hey are fighting the battle of freedom nd civilization against Prussian friglitf illness." Irishmen have gone .to every land the world and have distinguished lierfiselves in every land in the world iut one.; You will find great Irishmen, iot only in England, Australasia, Can- da and. the United States, but -in Col. Rosse, of the National Rlfli Association, has announced the result of competitions in' .various schools throughout the empire for the Princj of Wales challenge cup and the Nata} challenge shield. These matches an open to pupils under twenty years o! age and the prizes are competed foi every year. New Zealand takes first five places; Australia wins sixth pos ition. Canada, represented by Cal gary Alberta Collegiate, was seventl in the junior section. Thus New Zea land again leads. The rifle used waf of the Lee-Bnfie.ld type excepting IB the case of the Canadians, who used the Ross. special recruiting effort.. They -Spain, and South America, port success in their campaign. The bad storm somewhat affected the plans made for last night and another visit is anticipated !n the near future. It should be explained that a guar- antee is offered to every farmer that fuil opportunity will he given to com- plete harvesting. There is therefore little excuse for still holding back. A yearling steer owned by A. H. Benoit endeavored to stop the freight on Tuesday afternoon with .the re- sult that there was lots of opportun- ity to get good beef for the day, dinners in town. We understand that no damage was done to the loco- motive. Private Archer of the 197th, com- monly known as the Vikings spent a few days this week with Mr. and Mrs. Burns of White Lake. Private Arch- er has just recovered from an opera- tion. SUPPORT INDEPENDENT Toronto, Aug. 10. At a rneagerly attended, meeting of ward No. fi Lib- eral association, last night it was de- cided to endorse and support, the can- didature of Gordon Waldrbii, 'the' In- dependent Liberal in Southwest To- ronto. Waldrpn_w.a and stated that he was -going to the polls against prohibition. Marshal VMacMalion, of Pranqe, was Irish. General O'Donahue, who on be- half of Spain signed the treaty of peace with Mexico in 1826, was Irish. We hear of great great Spanish-Irishmen, great Anglo-' Irishmen, great But who ever heard of a Prussian- Irishman? Irishmen (to "riot go to j Prussia. The philosophy and policy of Prussia are repugnant to the heart j of every true Irishman. No Irishman j couirl ever treat children! and babes at the breast as the Pros- slans treated the innocent victims of j the submarine that torpedoed the Lus- j itania. That Is why as.an Irishman I am not anti-German.' HE MEANT IT New York, Aug. the tower of the Singer building, one of the tallest in tiie world, a mnn piling- rd to death today into the midst of a Broadway lunch crowd. lie was Identified as Albert uid. Premier-Hearst- one the occasion'of the second anniversary of the declara- tion of war, issued a statement out- lined the details of the aid given by the 'great struggle for liberty anti .civilization. The statement says; "Already nearly men have been enlisted in this force almost as big as the whole British army at the outbreak of contributions' to llVe Patriotic Fund have reached To the Brit- ish.HedCCToSV-'furia-we-have and to the Canadian Ked Cross fund we Imvc given in caah It is gping to he a three-cornered fight In Southwest Toronto on August Si in the legislature by-election. Harry Winberg, who opposed Mayor Church for the mayoralty at the last municip- al election; has announced that he will run as ati Independent Conservative, -ASK FOR- ROYAL CROWN SOAP Specially Made for the Water of this Country Made in Alberta Save the Coupons for Premiums 6 MRS 2Sc I ;