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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JULY 7, THE LETIIBniDGK DAIL7 PACT; SEVEN RylandV Big Bargain of_____ Bulletin for Saturday to of (.lie wca-fliar those daVs we find our stock riillicriiciivy in sonic lines riie.mioned km: we. have made sii.hsUuilial These, together with ninny odd lines, all displayed on our bargain tallies, should crowd the store all day Snlitnlav. Just Arrived, Novelty Stripe Suitings THESE NEW AWNING STRIPE MATERIALS ARRIVED HERE ONLY THIS MORNING. THE' COLOR COMBINATIONS ARE VERY MIGHT CALL THEM EXTREMLY LOUD NEVERTHELESS THEY ARE THE ,VE RY LATEST. AND THEY SAY YOU MIGHT AS WELL BE OUT OF THE WORLD AS OUT OF THE FASHION. MATERIAL IS PRINTED IN-. DIAN HEAD, 36 INCHES WIDE. Yard, 50c New White Wash Skirls Our stock of White Skirls has been greatly in- creased by the arrival of 50 new styles. They come in the fashionable Waffle and Cord.Vel- vets, together with the popular repps, piques. to White Middiefs .Tack Tar 'Middles of all kinds, ready for tomor- row, new Norfolks, ami smocked styles, girls' sixes -Misses' sizes, Ladies' .sixes'...................... Striped Taffeta Silks We are showing some of Ihc wide stripes in Tus- sore Silk, tan ground, wide Helgian blue stripe, at ;v yard, also ombre stripes in tfjo rtn taffeta silk, yard wide at Summer Dresses Io A wonderful showing of medium priced striped voile dresses, in black stripes, and flower mus- lins, also middy suits, white, trimmed wide stripe materials, sizes to 41. .Girls' Fine Ribbed Hose -White Only, fine, ribbed silk lisle r> to S sizes only, special value; quantity limited, a pair......----. Ladies' Silk Lisle Hose Ladies' erftra fine quality silk lisle hose, Qiieen Quality, double gar Ler tops, reduced Outsize Lisle Hose A -pew shipment of Penman's real black lisle hose, just re- ceived, all..sizes., -35c'and 50c Ladies' Summer Vests Cumfy cut, and other lines ot fine lisle vests, sleeves or uo sleeves, on sale Saturday Ladies' Combinations Clearing out odd lines of gauze knit combinations, sizes 36, 38 A Q only, values1 to Babies' Light Under- vests Watson's button front baby vests, light wool and cotton mix- tui'e, extra vulue at Another Shipment Low Priced Summer Corsets We just placed in stock 500 pairs of light weight Summer Corsets, they are inexpensive, but have all the fitting and wearing qualities of corsets '-worth double the price. We mention only a. few of the many lines on sale Saturday. Elastic Top Corsets This is'a corset for slight dium figures only, elastic top, very low bust, .mediuna; length, sizes IS to on sale............... Summer Corset A ventilated uetf corset; -with a re- inforced waist line, medium bust, long skirt, sfaes to 28, ex- QC tra special value at Double Skirt Corset A skirt coraet, made from a fancy batiste material, very low bust, long skirt, an ideal sumnjer corset, sizes 19 to reg. val. for Nevr Stock Yarns Yarns from Baldwin's famous ijiills, new Saxony, and Zephyr Fingering, and Scotch Knitting as., a slight advance over 1915 pric- es. Cambrics, Long Cloths Harrocke-s and other English cottons, just put into stock, all yard wide and extra value. We have every quality OA from, per yard, 15c to Taffeta Silk Skirts Reduced We must, reduce our stock .of these dressy taffeta skirts, (hey are made in all the very latest pleated and smocked styles, extra 'heavyweight, blue or black taffeta, regular doctor Mosquito Net We yd. Girls' Dresses Little Girls' .fine strined print dresses, middy to fi-. years, at 75c, Gingham-dress-', er new in this week, A A S to 14 years at New Yoile and Silk Waists A new shipment of dainty Georgette and Grepe de Chine waists, with the new wide frill fronts, also many dainty hand-embroidered voiles. Priced from to Raincoats, to RYLANDS CO. Meredith-Duff, Commission Will :i Make f.', Sam Cleared ;6'ttnwa. July there is con- Bi'dprahio of uncertainty us tu WorfljHtjh-Dult -royal --com-, ]7iffiaiM'r'rcpnVl: %Hf Mir is grobablo that detailed nndliiKH ot tho in possession of the government and the people souiiitime next. week. H is rumored tnr! the findings arc practically completed, but It has been decided to reprint (he evi- dence. This will take some time as It will have to he revised and correct- ed. If the findings are" held back un- til the evidence is reprinted the re- port will not be out. until end of next week. If it ta'declded not to wall until the evidence, is revised (he find- ings in all probability ylU'be out early in the week. H is believed hero thai the report, of the two reflect their attitude as given expression to by them on many occasions during the progress of the Inquiry.' It la thought til at the 'commissioners will there-was Jio proof of dishon- caty--on the. part- pf of tion with the letting pf fuse contracts and there will be no reflections as ;to tho motives of the shell committee 'ill placing contracts. Whatever attitude the conimissioners will take as to the business aspect of the matter is, of DMUSDEAD PHONE 1224 MiKsos Katu and Corinw: ace spending a coupie or wouks at Glac- ier Park. .Miss Mildred hay left to a month wait Vora Uii- (Fern ie Kn-e It !K with regret we have to record tho doath of Mr. Michael Phillips "fjderwood at Weybnrn, Sask. Tobacco' Kootiniay, which j occurred oh Juno last at lihs; II. Church and children ranch near the Elk Hivor. He was 74 years of age. !lu 74 left thin afternoon weeky at Banff. to spend three this province Mr. Phillips til'.MU nun 101" in the ser-) M> AdaniK, and and .Mr, C. W. S. Oiau K I junction'of the Wild Morse Creek and on ed' Kootenay River why re Fort Steele now is. he wag placed in charge, See the Opposite Page for News of Our Annual July Clearance Sale.. The nuke of CcmmiuKlii will visit ii: Red Cross convalescent home at ed, the post was closed, and he left the service of the Hudson's Hay Co. and located Hie famous Phillips ranch on Tobacco Plains, where lus lived un- til some ten years ago, when hi: sold out and went to livu on tho ranch where -he died. On the settling of HIP Indians of the province on reserves in iSStl, -Mr. Phillips, in 1887, was appointed In- dian agent for PJast ami part of West Kootenay. and it is entirely to his administration that wu have the law- abiding and prosperous Indians in our district. His word was law lu them, and though, when occasion re- j quired, which io the earlier days was 'not seldom, ho handled them without gloves, they thoroughly respected him and appreciated him for the man he was. Afraid of- nothing, always on the sido of law and order, the mere fact that he was present often was the means of preventing what, without his presence, might have been serious trouble. As an instance of pluck, the trouble in the old Wild Horse camp in is perhaps a good1' illustration. It (is .not commonly known but the Fenians practically took charge of the camp and were about to institute a form of government, of their own. J Deciding that something must be I done, Mr. Phillips, Shaw, a Kentuck- j ian who stood six feat four inches, and Normaldsqn, the constable, arm- 1 ed themselves, went to the camp, ar- i rested 'seventeen of the worst of the Fenians and started to take them to Victoria. On the way put they met Judge: Haines, wiio was coming in on his annual trip, and who, after reading the men a lecture, instructed that they be conducted to the bound- ary told not to come bacR. i In ISSfi when the Indians had the few white people' in the district at i their mercy land'It would have taken very little to massacre) on hearing of tiie trouble, Mr. Phillips did not wait, but .alone .rode at once to Fort "Steele, where Fort Steele now. is, "arid-, though the trouble was more or less over, he did not leave the country as others did but went to see the trouble through. His numerous hunting and trapping trips into the mountains gave him a very complete knowledge of the coun- try." and'he it was'who blazed out tiie old Crow's Nest Trail, now the Crow's Nest Pass. He was the first man to report the now famous Crow's Nest Pass coal exploited by Baker, and the first man to re- port the oil seepage of the Flatbead. All the hunting trails into the Wig- wam and Ram Creek countries were cut out by him and-his sons, trails which later comers are glad to use. Mr. Phillips was married in 1886 and his widow and eight children sur- vive He was born in Hereford, England, in 1S52. I vita turns- to present. i The members of the Central W. C. T. arc reminded ot" the sewing at the Red Cross rooms tomorrow after- noon. It is hoped there will he a large attendance as them is some important business io bu decided upon.' Hudson's Bay Co helpless shirts. 30 surgical shirts, tiO The following donations have been j suits pyjamas, 0 iiureos' aprons, 120 received towards Travellers' Aid fund !-r- lfl for. .the mouth of .May: O. K., Civic club Knox Ladies1 Aid, St. Augiistiii's W. A. and St. Monica's Guild, (for April and G. club, ?3, (for April. May and Willard W. C. T. U. j handkerchiefs, IS wash cloths: pairs socks: 24 ice bag covers; S-S v gauze compresses, -100 gauze wipes I 72 extra larg'e pads, 34 large pads. tailed bandages. Donations from out of town, 3 surgicaJ shirts. .Mrs. Ray Kellogg. Chairman Packing Committee FURTHER GAINS FOR THE RUSSIANS PetrogratI, via London. July up their advance In the region, 'of the lower Styr, the Russians have occu- pied two villages and a railway station. course, only a matter of conjecture. The general belter exists among law- yers and others Tamlliar with the evi- dence .that the commissioners will make some strictures upon the conduct of -Colonel J. Wesley Allison because he accepted commissions from Yoa- kuni and did not tell the minister of militia about it, more .particularly as he.jvvas acting for the minister in en- deavoring to bring down the price for fuses across the border. No one would be surprised 1C there is in the report some criticism of the shell com- mission because it imposed upon Col. Carnegie, expert for the commission, practically the entire burden of mak- ing the business arrangements In con- nection with the contractors. It is believed that the commission is like- ly, to find that confusion which may; have existed .hi..Col. Carnegie's mind as to prices, etc., was due to the fur.t that he was overburdened with work which should not .have been placed upon his shoulders. For the Laundry For nearly 60 'Edwardsburg "Sliver Gloss" has been the standby. In one pound packages and six pound enamelled tins. THE CANADA STARCH CO. LIMITED 236 MONTREAL. CARDINAL, fRANTFORD, FORT WILLIAM. Maktn BrmJ" "Utr fimm'i Com Sltrck. Gloss Starch tributions received by Miss Cameron from travellers towards the fund, Total ?39.60. One of the most interesting recruit- ing "stunts" yet to be carried out in Calgary was that presented last even- ing at the Pantages and Allen thea- tres. Miss Jones, recruiting otllcer of the Women's Militia Reserve Corps, spoke to tiie audiences on the work of that body, and appealed for women re- cruits and men for the overseas for- ces. Appearing in the khaki uniform of the corps, the speaker told the aud- ience that 200 women had already registered tiielr names -on the lists of the national committee, sig- nifying their readiness to take jobs of any eligible young-men who wanted to "enlist and wanted their- positions kept for them. She explained to the audience how the training received .in the local corps helped to fit the women to do the harder work that they would be called upon to do in releasing men for over- seas service, while in addition they were taught first aid and sijuad drill. -Alberta. A quiet and pretty wedding took place Thursday evening, June 29, at the home-of Mr.-and-Mrs. W. 11. lie- lean, Winnifred, when their daughter Irene was united in marriage to John Robert Cbisholm. of Winnifred, AHa. Rev. ,pnas. Bishop, of Bow- Island performed the marriage ser- vice. The happy couple left on the mid-night train for Lethbrldge, and on returning will take up their residence at Winnifred. where they have a host of friends and well Hat News. RED CROSS NOTES y The following articles have been shipped from the local branch to the Calgary Red Cross. 36 bed jackets. 46 day shirts, 24 J. G. Tweed, police magistrate at ial) pads, !i04 T-bandages, 108 many- Cochrane, Alta., has enlisted. Government Officials Recognize. Them HOTRI, S STATLEW' The above is a fac simile of a letter mailed in the U. S. It was promptly delivered to us by H. M. Post Office Officials. Such is the fame of Chocolates that are different" J. D. Higinbothani Co.. Limited, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CHEMISTS PHONE 322 r Our stock at Neiison's is always fresh and varied Prices range from 50 cents to Neiison's Chocolates are sold by the Frank Hedley Drug Co. DELANYS LIMITED THE HOME OF QUALITY MEATS ALL GROWN IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA: THEY ALL POINT THIS WAY All our pleased customers know- Ask your neighbor if you don't trade here or, better, phone an order in the morning ;