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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TURDAY, AUGUST THE LETimBIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE Ryiands' Big Saturday Bargain List ..Another'big1 time tonight fit the Busy Store. A score of real live wire specials on sale for three hours only. Quantities are Jimited-i-fyf some lines. No parcels deiivered after o'clock tonight. 42 In. Pillow Gorton Fine linen finish pillow tutting i reg. sale to- night only Khaki drill'bloomer pants for; boys, 4 to -1 year sizes, tonight only Ladies'--TJndervests Boys'Wash Suits fast, .color, galatea.: .wash Bulls', buster or sailor style up to dM OC far Hair Ribbons Wide, all silk hair ribbon, as- sorted shades, tonight per yard Royal Hair Nets Those well known Roral Hair 1 Nets, extra large, to- night 8 for Girls' Lisle Hose Ladles' fine, muslin kerchiefs. Girls' white .Lisle Stockings, hemstitched tor to- reg. SOc, 35c, fine mer i n 10 dozen Ladies' Summer Un dervests with shorl or "f A no sleeves, tonight only 1UC Turkish Bath Towels JVhltfi of natural colored Bath Towels, wliilo they OC- last .tonight u pair Yard Wide Nainsook Pine evon thread NainEook, an excellent cloth for 1C.. tonight, yd. I J.C Miislin Kerch icf s night only, 8 for cerized rib, tonight Ladies' striped voile dresses, all new this season, sizes 34 to 38 only, up to 17.00 tonight 72 Inch Sheetings BnjliBh Sheeting, 72 inches wide full bleached, on sale tonight only per yard Leather Belts Children's Busier. Belts, worth up to 3Bc, assorted col- ore, tonight.......... 13C Turk. Roller Towels Summer Corsets 100. pairs of lightweight corsets, medium bust and skirt sizes up tp 2Sr tonight Ladies' Hosiery Ladies' black and grey cotton stockings; 8% .to f, 10, tonight White Crinkle Crepe Men's Fine Shirts Made up Roller Towels, heavy, dark Turkish Towelling gpod ,D White Flannelette Very scarce goods, fine Saxony A limited quantity of white un- darwear crepe, on eale toniiht per yd. 'Men's fine cambric shirts, stiff cqffa.-sizes IB, 16 only, for .tonight only Ladies', white SkirtaJ. mads from, repps, all new this season, val. to ?2.25 for 25 You'll save money at Rylaud'sVaifter supper sales Ryiands AUCTION SME OF Farm Stock and Furniture MONDAY, AUG. 28, I COMMENCING AT 2.30 SHARP 1 notched team of mares, 1100 each, 5 and 7 years old; 1 bay mare, with foal at side, 8 years old, 3 years old; 1 Grade Clyde gelding, S years 1 Grad.e gelding; 1 driving mare. 7 years old, 1 pony-mate colt, 2 years did, 1 team pony mares, 900 each, 7 and 8 years, one of aboye with foal; '2 horse colts, rising two yea'rs rising two years old; 1 Grade Station, 1300 Ibs 7 Also a quantity of Household Furniture and Farm Tools? TERMS CASH. ''NO RESERVE. ROBT.G. MITCHELL, Prop. J A SMIjHr Auctionleer FEATURING DUSTIN FARNUM AT STARLAND NEXT WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY. PHONS 1224 Miss Mary Ball, of Fargo, N. D., is the guest of. Miss iMiriam Stoltze. Dr. U. A. Taylor is spending a few days in Calgary. Mrs. E. Lumbard returned yester- day from Burdett, where she spent'a fortnight with her son: at. Mary's W.-A. will holtl their regular monthly meeting at 3 o'clock on Monday at-the parish hall. Mr. and Mfa. J. D. Murray and children left this morning on a ,trip j .to San Francisco, California. Mrs. Frank Wadington and Miss Aileen Waildington returned last night from Banff and Lake Louise. Inspector and Mrs. W. P. Lindsay have taken the Godden cottage at Syl- van Lake for Dear Advo- cate. Mrs. A: E. Filmer and son arrived yesterday from Nanaimo, B. C.; to join Mr. Filmer, who lias recently tak- en up his residence in this city. i Dr. and Mrs. Ajlen returned last night from a month's vacation at Syl- van Lake, hear Red Deer. They made the trip by motor. 1; Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hill and Miss' Florence Hill are leaving today'for Toronto. Mr. Hill will be month, and Mrs. and Miss Hill' will stay till Christmas. Lieut. A. I. Strike of the 112th American Legion; Sarcee GamiK is spending the week-end with his wife, who is a guest with Mr. and Mrs.'E. A. Ewert, Mr. and Mrs.-J, R. F. Kinne'y are he'- ing congratulated on the birth of a son, Allen Giles, on August dicine Hat News. The Art Needle-work club will meet on Monday afternoon in Gait Gardens. If the weather .is. unfavorable the meeting will be held'at Mrs. J. W. Bnulton's home. i Miss Isabel Carruthers and Miss tlrace Cronkhite. .who have hee'n spending a few weeks with -their.aunt, Mrs. G. H. Cronkhite, left-yesteVday for their home in Toronto. The engagement of Marguerite, daughter of Lord and Lady Shaugu- nessy to Edwin L. Sanborn, of Havana, Cuba, has been announced in real. Miss Isabelle Cousins, of Medicine hot, has returned from the old coun- try "where she has spent the last ten inpnths. While there Miss Cousins spent the time doing charitable work at the docks with Lady Meux's paVty. A garden party was held last night by the congregation of St. church OIK the grounds adjoining the manse. r-Games and, sports of various kinils'were enjoyed by tlie large num- ber present. Marjorie Barrack, a wel known Winnipeg violinist, was mar- ried this week tp Mr. -I. A. Beliveau, nephew of Archbishop Beliveau, in tbe private chapel of the Archbishop's pal- ace, Winnipeg. Sergt. Wells, who was really respon- sible for the formation of the Prison- ers of War, fund in the city has recent- ly had to undergo a further operation on his arm that was partly amputated by the Germans, when he was taken prisoner. Word' has come of the marriage of two of Winnipeg's well known young people, which took place in Milford on June 17, when Miss Phair, daughter of Archdeacon and Mrs.'. Phair, became the wife of Lieut. Walter James Tjirnbnll of the 37th battery, sec- ond son. of Mrs. and Mrs. James H. Turnbull. 'Lieut. Turnbnll is-well known as a star hockey player and was captain of the All Stars hockeyists. t In the -August number of the Can- adian Magazine a short story entitled I "the Gift of War" by A. Gertrude ('Jackson appears. Miss Jackson is a "former resident of Letlibridge. having taught.Un ;the LeflfEhidge schools a couple of .years; .She has been teaching' in Edmonton "for the past but is ftbis month to teach in'a'school in the Yukon. r The Eastern Slar picnic on Tuesday next'wUj'be.heid at that part of Hen-, defsbn Park-known as the 113tb bat- just at the street car line. Each member is en- titled., to invite, the members of his or her.'Own family. Supper will be served; the ladies are; asked to come at.four o'clock. As well as the good things, to eat, each one is kindly re- quested to bring the necessary dishes for their family. There will be a campfire; in the evening and every member is'asked to come and enjoy a social hour or two. took place in Guelph on July 31st of. Anna Isabel, eldest daughter of Mrs. G. D.-Pringle, to D. Harcourt Galbraith, B.S.A., of Vulcan. Alta. The ceremony was performed by Key. H. E. Abraham. THE WHITE LUlsJCH CAFE Newly-renovated and Enlarged In order to accoinodate our iiiiinber of patrons we have enlarged our quartern and added A; fining Room The Best and Cheapest b Eat in the City LUNCH CAFE t j wf FIFTH STRICT ANNOUNCEMENT of Diamond; City and Cjdinfiaerce under1 of St. Joiin A. will serve luncheon at the sale of hotel furniture In the and divide; the proceeds Patriotic f midland the W. A. Winnipeg, .Man.. AUK. was given by six witnesses in tins afternoon's'Hussion of the iriul of the former cabinet ministers, four of them being members of tlie civil service .f. U. Coyne, K.C., annoiimjod for Hie crown the discovery of bearing on the case In the office of the crown attorney. They had been pro- duced hefore tbe royal commission but not unuil. A. ,1.' Andrews, K.C., stated that on these he probably would havo to recall V. Horwoott for further cross-examination. Count do Bury testified that Mal- colm .McLean asked him about Christ- mas, 1914, for Ihe lieutenant-gover- nor's cony pf ULO parliament buildings dome contraqt. Thomas Kelly, at SSDi'.OOO. ji cqtilract. which .subsequent- ly was canccllpd. jui.d, destroyed. II. F. Wilson K'StifiPfi that, lie was asked for hi.s copy of iljis contract by C. H. Dancer, deputy. minister of public works. To neither wluiess was the contract returned, Copt Dome H. B. Lyall.Drqiluced a contract with Thomas Kelly, .for tlje steel for the north wing of the parliament buildings at .Mr.' Lyall said his company would hiive jiVbVided this steel and erected it this figure in- cluding a 10 per cent, profit. Kor the south wing tlie 'L'yall firm supplied steel at a ton. The crown coun- sel drew attention to Kelly's contract with the government for this steel work at Under crosa-exainin- tlon the witness said steel of this Svind had advanced about 200 per cent, in price since.then, and at the time of the Kelly contract was about at its lowest figure. Horwood declared he iiad no desire to injure the accused nor had he any hostility toward them, rle said he had'committed his admit- :ed crimes on instructions of Dr. Mon- tague and Mr. Coldwell, and Sir Rod- mond Roblin told him to "stick to it" during the public accounts. He told Mr. Craig he had never committed any of these crimes before or since he was a public architect. He said William Salt, was -kept away to "protect the whole of not to protect hims particularly. James Drysdale, who enlisted with the railway- construction corps this week, already has two amis in the war.- Robert Drysdale has been a prisoner of war in Germany for sev- eral "months, and John Drysdale, of the Fighting Tenth, was disabled in action last