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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta -ACt TEN Tiir r rrmmiDf.i, Not the Ribs of A Mastodon, But the Ruins of German Trench SMLRD-U MNiniVl 1) 1917 This uS SJ35S LIFE IN A TANK back supported by sons: Winnipeg, IJ- rlnslo, K..C., of Ottnwa. liegan morning Ills argument for tbo re- spondents In tlie' conlfmot of court procccdlims Instituted by Iho crown -.irialnst Jingce and Kdwnrd llcck, of Iho Wlnnll'Ct) fialurduy and "Ihe'.WiunlpcB Telegram to si'ecllvcly. llc'lvlll conclude this af- ternoon.' Mr. 1'rlngle claimed Hint llicro liad been discrimination Iho atlorney-senenil's department In In- utltuilns; (ho iirescnt rases, since otli- er Instances urescnlhg !he fame ele- ments' of alleged contompl, had, he said, licen juifiscd .over. Judges of Kliis's IH'iich courl wlio arc silling, ruleil Ihls morning (lint hey were lint dlsfiunllfici] from hear rig Ihe motion bemuse some of them nd sat oa, Iho commission In the KELLY'S PROFITS ON COLLEGE JOB HIT BIG FIGURES Winnipeg, Jan. yesterday afternoon on Kelly and Sons 'overclinrRCS in building por- tions of (he agricultural college, us lold before llio Unit Comnilssloa, were of overcharge oa ilie roof of charge for rool ho'uac. JI2.100; over- charge in connection wllli iue white- washing lob, MG2; mid overcharge of mortar, Limestone mist was nsej instead of concrete, bolts instead of rivets. The- ventilation was useless, not' being carried to tlie roof of Ihe dormitory. Suggests' Fraud Judie Gelt was ob viously fraud In connection with the DONT MISS THIS TONIGHT A real bargain festival served at RYbANDS Rummage Sale from 7 until 10 o'clock tonight ,-cnl old limo bnrgniu.festival, with a of nclunl.; necessities HuU will convince. nro to kocp 'ilowii Hie IMgli Cost NECKWEAR UP TO il.OO Served for BRASSIERES, WORTH UP TO 85c. Tonight's big bnrcatn............. TAULE NUMHEK ONK 25c CORSET COVEH EMBROIDERY Wurtli nu lo 35c. Tonllrlil 19c 59c BOY'S AND WOMEN'S FINE RIBBED AND CASHMERE HOSE. Up to SOc- [root a. jouac ivistraltau to operate (he new l.nrlUle SBBlBluiBL war. Eitractib' ot the diary is v to- Uril Itac. than bc- '-S'irinie fjensation. than bc- At unable '.crib- seemed done for. Nearly-Jumped out of my 3iln. Looked al each olher. and wondered whit if WEE, Still a roof over our heads, thank God. 'start. Rougb- est voyage yet. Waves of fire seem- ed lo bjeak over. UE. .Tremendous crash. Then another, and several others.-Lli .intervals.. Silence for a time.. Parlv, of Germans came to got fll left in him. Prisoners death. Some of them scared acted lo wln'-.ttlJB hillstonea ''on 'l root. W.'.first, .then like a -of "hamkiti- blows. ;.Wo me.'. av meet outside the village. Very sloul 'old gentlemen In ironl. Thought It was the mayor and Tillage blgpoU to give us a cWe welcome. Mis- taken. They meant to fiive us warm reception; but not as. we understood the' word. Lot fly. with guns! ''Then. tried silly.. boanllng .tac though they believed Ihnl we used our, tanks for mating sausages oul of prisoners. We bad a let of trou- ble .eipiainlng that once they sur- rendered- they were'safe. Finished ail esclllng week. Got plenty.of fun, but one wants a sood rest after a spell with a lank.. SERIOUS SHORTAGE OF cess of SS.OOO wou'lJ bavc given the I conlraclors a profll of The chief witiess-'.wns Major; (toy I,, former estimator ,SILK AND VOILE WAISTS. Worlli UP (0 Toulfihl 'LADIES' FINE LLAMA CASHMERE STOCKINGS. Up to C6c. Now..... TA1ILE XUMI1KK TWO 35c tMBRoiDERY EDGINGS. Worth up to ISc.. Tonight only CLOTHS. 62 by lili Inchra. Heinl-hU-achcd, On sale r, K.ilv 1V116 made these .16 Jauihed.. Our s-w'ereo :ihelrs. suns an COAL IN EUROPE BOIL1 UK doTrn'taibaiches! bifpru .-'Mieliln.; isihs _L.. -vicious 'reception. committee dispers 'o: cloud 'or sniolve'.and (larno; no' Ijilllili clouds Fsl-old le.. member., o! COOK tsilr naii I 'rally i.They jentletaan- baly. dcpulilion.- Stood _r.___. Purple-'F.linVrige. Old- -ent' started' to ruo..: Funnier ihan- a :sick--race. Old '.gcnt; fluiui earth" with of r down lar 'rows b'i'-Vriicied' "dft'ds -of Gernians came-, rusm'ng ..up from, celiars-.-aild from" .ruino lo'i'a'e'e Some-had- eyes .startmi; "surnriEed and even .frightened. a .rush' ft "us a terrible 'Smashed his rifle and'mide a-naily'nolse on our roof. Hurt raore .thariihe 'hurt .us. Geneva, via 1'arls, Jail. Ku- ropean 'coal' Eltualion is, becoming a serious' economic problem. The Fed- eral council decided today to reduce considerably railway traffic al an ear- ly date; as if Is uot'possible to pro- cure coal from neighboring countries, while Kii2lish coal la at 'a very, high pries.- for itself, and-France only, enough for home c'ousuniption. Austria is In Ihii plight, as Syfltzerlaad, ue- pcndih'E for coil oil Germany, the sun; ily--'of .which from 30 to 40 per than'normal.1 'r crown counsel. COMING Jan. Arllmr.SII- gnaull. director of FrencliX'anadian ecr.iiiliag. accompanied M' Mrs. en "route for Edmonton, ItegiM 'and liolnts bll tlie Pacific coast. _ Col. Mlsbault satisfied with llio response ia the province of Que- iec, au'l fully .nxnccts the .same re- sults iii Ilie wcslj ;lle will-visit ery French-Canadian centre between (he Great Lakes-: >and Mho I'acific coast. LADIES' VESTS. With short or Ions sleeves. OH'sale ftt STRIPED FLANNELETTE. Done m> in 0 yard leiiu'tlia. For....... TABLE NUMIIEK THREE LAR'GE OVERALL AP- _RONB, l.nst llnie .tonight at 29c 49c CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR. Kinc ciaatli: rHi.'A K.irinolil. tonlcht J.'.' -Annanle has been ele'clc-d mayor" of- Nelson.- He was mayor in 1912. I'-. SON OF EARL OF.- HAODINGTON DEAD -JBii. Colonel Lord Ballllc-Hanlllfon eld- est son of the Earl! of Haridinglon, died this morning iat the East -Loth- ian country seat pfr.hls father. -lit was born in 1S56, entered tue anuy. In ISSi) and. served wllli uisUnclloa in the i'Esyplian campaign. In I SS2 und the Nile espedition- Iwo '.years 'later. He was ajinointed a temporary bri- TABLE NijMBER LADJES' CORSETS, fancy coutil-ln 10 skcs to 20. ?2.50 values......... 35c in KNIT CORSET COVERS. With-short or long-sleeves. Each CHILDREN'D UNDERWEAR. Worth ny to Eat. All wool. Oholra for LADIES' FLEECED VESTS. Another -JQ big spcelil Cor .lonlshl only. eadier-gcueral in .DESSERT In premiums to the nearest ten estimates. PLACE- RYLANpS' Rummage whita .LlenteiianliColoneViol the Loth- Distinction OH-for' some nice Ger- at -Vay.: Gbt.righl. .across WM iilii1 to-be droirned Ireneh. r.Jijde the. sparks, fly. Went ot bulltfi qiilet Ulbng .oii.f Cermans 'u 'gtlly'bllifltBra thouBht everywhere- .Enemy .terrified. Tried riittt to couldn't'keep it .up under j'ri. from- all dor Threw; up the sponge-and Hi tliiai potnt-bui'iit aurrendered ESllh-- ilucty: them. Tewk about 200.' prisoners... Kl led lurrtrors and ._wouaded-as -many more. .Tired .ftra out when tbrpush. ;_...... nf irpnt! V__Tin (hn hefo _. _ liem _.__.... wentl SATtHDAY On. the move before bKiMast: Terrible cnsli first go- Ki: leiiid old" sudden off. .TKbtjnf we. -wi'.ha od thou'thl.I, .Weathered 1' ._ God thou'thl.I, .eaere the tT slorm.'-' Got. busy .onjnemyjrepchea.. wounded we Hare old! sporL -Enemy, tried- a sur The-Taln. of: bul- prlse'-.for, ilnfinlry- BS.mumed.-IL TO -like- U-. It; nun- :Wu tried a tur- ol 'riveU. were, tains hammered pnjc, -loo.iindfovrs came Unk. .We .waddlednnto their, ambush lor ta> n-m'paUiT.'l lo atop -UE- xdolBE In': He -mishap- line. Smashed them' lo blls. the enemy -oa our ber-l wherover we could find them. Their rn oUlde- -oa o -more .reiular.) losses were' terrible. loiter, strong now. .Straddle delachmonts malie their way j of bread, i J.- W. W. D EN NI SON, D.S.O. thil well linpwn Canadian'mUll.irj LT.-COL''. G. S. CANTLIN. D.S.O. Who was'Included In- the famlli which 1; w6n great illstinc lion'at Ihe'front. MaJ. Tlennison liai 'hccri- nienlloneu in Dr.1" ills Ihrcughout; Canada for his work In conriccllon wilh Ihe C- P- It-, of whlcl been-since 130S-SuptHn'len- MA.J.1 W. R. PATTERSON, p.S.o: officer who haj been men- tioned In General Ilalg'j dIPpalchcs for particularly gallanli conduct. BRIG-GEN.-G. H. Canadian officer who has Just hcen i promoted to the rank of Ilie lias been' three limes mentioned In 'dispatches for work'on the Salon'kn front. GRAIN GROWERS CONVENTION .ELECTS OFFICERS Brandon, Jan election of officers.was .the last business Iran; acted al the Grain Growers' conven- Ion prior lo breaking up at noon n. C. limners, .of Kllrosn, Vfa6 unanimously re elected president! J. S. Woods, of Oafevlllo. and Mrs, Tooth, of Ell, vIce-pieelaeMa. A ballot for Hie board cf directors ill he lakcn Ihis atlcrnoon. The remark of T. W. was chosen as vlce-ptcai'der.l. Mil declined on Ihe grounds thai could not allow his name lo be essn- claled wllh a hody lhat leek llio aland lhat Ibe gilln srowcis nid on of applause. Sayi 'Machine Will Make Another Matter v New I'r'oleESor I.'oris 1'elro. vik. who teacliMjnibclinnl- cal enslneerinB In'the Iniuoilnl Lmi- verBily _of "relroisrad, scoffs at aero- planes as passenspr- vehicles br.cnuse Ihcy' go'EQ 1' So he told .Ihe meriiljers.of tlie" Section of KnElneer- ne of 'the Association' for the Ad- vancement of Science at Columbia ilnlrerslly.'.. He' would Iravel .fruni Chicago to, New York .1" two hours and then un to Pclroeratt in fourteen hours more.- That is his aspiration, and he Is convinced tlial It can be done. la fact, Im witli him to PIO.VO il a worklun model oiMhc caratiis which he sayn will carry pas Ecngers at such ilthougli Borac-qf Iho scientists, af ter jheiimodel and hearing the cx'nlSnStroivacknowledged iha'.i they would rather I2l Professor W ein- burc attemptUlicilour first, they lis- tened pn'tfcnily lo his discussion of the traveller's nillleiiium- "The model of his Inveillio.T looked at-first flle'nce'llk'e a nlecs of. Iron lube Thtn'.caine tile cjpliiaation.l In Iho, lube a perfccl vacuum anil Inlp.lhc.vacuum Is inlro.luuerl rv car bin enoiiEh In admit 'a nnsscrigcr to lio at full Icislh. The carrier, [.which: does noi toncli the Bides of', ilie. lube. Is held suspended Iii' (he vaciiurii 'hy electro magneto. As Iherb would be nlr rcaislance the professor had'It flenrcd out that the carrier wuulil lake the velocity ot Ihe'slljl'ilesl'or swiflesl anil mninlain It 'until 'it slopred al the other end. (low lo sio'j II, of course, vns r.n- olh'or .queallou. .cJiieclally i-'hca lr. 1'iirinlnii illeil lie to he iiracl'lcally comes n euppose o a Uul after his bant nookn The Popular ScotdiLiK TO THE OLD COUNTRY. DIRECT GLASGOW SAILINGS. from or FL 1 iwt H. E. LIDHAN, Aftn't WinnipfQ. 449 Main SI. PK. W.'SJIJ B.C. 531 Gnnville 81. YOUCANDOBETTER- DRY GOODS, r l BOOTS i, NORTH LETHBRIDCE --------1 THE OOOR THE FI1G." JANUARY, CLEAR- 1NO SALE" NOW IN-.FULL .SWING. OET'YOUR SHARE OF THE BARGAINS. ;