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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I lEtGWT THIS ins Again and Gain Again THERE What WeSarJ Our Sale this year has been a So far our Cash Saks the first day exceeded last year by over SO LiveWire Bargain 7 LADIESCLOTH SUITS In dark and light colored mixed Not all sties and not this years but the skirts alone are worth a great deal Come early for this Values up to Rummage Safe OFF FANCY WAISTS OFF You may choice of our huge stock of crepe de chene and A selection far above the All Also plain and fancy striped AD at a Discount 2S LADIESNIGHT DRESSES Ladies White Cottoa Night Dresses in excellent quality of We sold half our supply the first Slipover Neatly trimmed with embroidery Regular Rummage Silk Dresses 8 LADIESSILK DRESSES Made of checked taffeta silk in blue and brown in pretty new bolero and coatee This summers style but we have new dresses on the way and must clean Regular Rummage Sale Come Where the Bargains Grow Every July we put on a Rummage this year we made no only that we have a much better assortment of goods to Many orders for which were placed 18 to 20 months when we teak Kill advantage of the lower prices which prevailed r V It will pay you to attend this sale if you require any dry goods in the next six as many lines are much less than wholesale cost L Winners in VOILE WAISTS WE ARE ABOUT HALF SOLD SETTER COME TOMORROW FOR THIS FOUR DftFERKNT STYLES TO SELECT IN BEST QUALITY OF WHITE HEMSTITCHED COLLAR AND REGULAR Rummage Sale GINGHAMS Yon couldnt buy them from the wholesale this but we have the Fullrange of stripes and Easy to Rumjhage 18c CHILDRENS SOX 200 pairs ot fancy White Sox for childrens with tanand black A splendid selection to choose Sizes 6 to Regular 35c to Rummage 25c CORSETS An odd line of Warners Famous Rust Proof Some are discontinued lines and odd pairs from the various The quality is the highest and the price one that will interest j Sizes 20 to Regular Rummage Sale A SHEETING 94 Bleached Cotton Sheeting In plain Freefrom dressing or This is the time to add a few pairs of sheets to your Regular f Rummage BUNGALOW APRONS Ladies Bungalow or Coverall made in roomy with short sleeve and neatly trim med with plain Good washing Regular Rummage MENS SHIRTS RYLANDS THE BUSY STORE BUSIER THAN EVER Dresses A CLEAN UP DRESSES 6 fancy rolle and wash Odd illfhtljr i and not quiteup to the minute in but with little An unheard of up to f Rummage Sale BLACK SATEEN UNDERSKIRTS Ladles Black Sateen Underskirts fn good big full Deep 13 inch frill neatly A trade winner at the regular price f f N Rummage 95e 300 PAIRS OF SAMPLE HOSE FOR BIGGER BOYS AND GIRLS N Tn fine even ribbed weave in black Youll be pleased with this Regular Rummage Sale An odd lot of Mens Dress in white and fancy Some are slightly Not all sizes but a good range in Reg alar to Rummage 85c Skirts THEY ARE THE TALK OF THE CITY Ojir big special White Wash Right uptodate in style pockets and trimmed with large pearl They are going fast but a good Rummage Sale 95c A REAL Sale With REAL rains 1 f No Accurate Estimate Can Now Be Made of What the Strength is July and American naval officials are unable to form any accurate estimate of the present the German battle it was Admiral chief of naval Not only are reports as to what Germany has or is building but effort to secure positive in formation in regard to the location and condition of the Russian fleets in the Black Sea and Baltic Sea has met With officials are particularly in THERES REFRESHMENT IN EVERY GLASS of soda served Theres a lot of enjoyment Fruit Flavors ire Fruit iJuicei chemical and thechoc other flavors are the best and purest Our U Peach Try it ami yoiiH say i that at last you know absolutely what the famous drink the was TL The Bon Ton erested in the dreadnoughts and bat tle cruisers Germany may have secur ed by seizure of the Russian Af least eight modern battleships were in the Baltic and Black Seas and four battle cruisers were under construc tion at points in the Gulf of Finland when the Russian collapse Increase Strength It is estimated that if Germany has obtained all the Russian war craft and succeeded in putting them into fighting she has been able to increase the strengthof high seas fleet by 25 per Admiral Benson was quite of the ability of the allied fleets to deal with the enemy should he venture Building Ships All officials here are convinced that Germany has been building capital ships continuously since the outbreak of the They are unable to esti what number of ad ditional craft may have been In regard to the submarine con struction in Admiral Ben son said there was no definite infor mation Reports he from five a day to three a The admiral was not disposed to the recent statement of Sir Eric first lord of the British that more submarines were being sunk than Germany could re WILL ADOPT IT BY GOOD MAJORITY July istration feeders In the senate planned to bring to vote today the house resolution tin president to take over the tel cable and radio of the country for the period of the Adoption of the resolution by a comfortable was predicted by the of the DENY THIS July re ported decision to Inter vene In Siberia authoritatively according to advices from Toklo under date of July It Is added that the attitude of Japan is unchanged and that the feeling In unofficial circles there Is al most unanimous that It un necessary to send to Si beria at FAIL TO RETURN July Am erican airplanes which went on a bombing expedition have failed to General com munication reported today Berlin reported five American In German bands yester PROTECT VICEIN Serious Charges Again Made Against Civic Authorities of Montreal July the last nighi before an audience of ExController Vtllen euve reiterated all the charges made by him that gambling and illegal liquor selling have not only been toler ated In but Jrtid added many other of persons whose participation inthe profits from these activities he claimed he could He among Assist ant Director of Public Safety Manns fitness for his he Mann cannot speak French and this he was Director of Public works Tremblays first false He claim ed further that Tremblay had been two months In and the raid last night was bis first one to Clean up The he had not included certain de luxe es tablishments in Sherbrooke Street frequented by prominent As a means of remedying the social the speaker advocated segrega and claimed that many clergy men were coming round to the same An town and took all funct ions into their and created ad versary composed of Ger man residents do not comprise more than two per cent of the popu German haa been introduced as the official although it is not understood by ninety per cent of the The German language also has beeji introduced into the schools while the Dorphat University has been In conclusion the declaration pro tests against the SeizingfoAdstuffs to such an extentfthat the native population is left to starve while German soldiers are permitted daily to send double rations FAVOR July the ma jority of the member of the city council are in favor of the appoint merit of a board of conciliation to settle the strike of civic employees was shown by avote of the meeting of the city council today when members of the council against rejected a proposal that the matter be re ferred to the of the civic This probably means a settlement of the matter by ar E GERMANY PROTEST Associated Press lives now in Copenhagen of the Es thonian Diet and government have sent a strong protest to Germany ainst Germanyp occupation policy and oppression in Baltic The American minister to Sweden has sent to President Wilson a copy of the protest Despite the assurances of Count Von the German Imperial the terms of the BrestLitovsk Germany hag established a military dictatorship in Before the entrance of German Bsthoflian troops had ieestatillshed order most but tin German disarmed these suspended tho tba artiwinjflgatteas agents AIRPLANES AID NEW DRV DOCK July is under stood that the John dry dock and shipbuilding company sec ured from min ister of public an assign ment of the old Norton and Grif fith Company contract for the construction of a dry dock and ship repairing plant atCourtney together with cer tain In the way of dredging in the harbor of It is expected that work on the new dry dock will be com menced within WILL INVMTIOATE July has Informed the United through the SwiM foreign that the true facts M to the re ported seizure of the consulate and sacking of an Am erican hospital at by Turkish have not been but that It will be In vestigated at the earliest possible July Mail and Empire naval authorities discussing Admiral Sims statement that the submarine menace is well in hand and that the Uboats are being destroyed than built and reiteration that August would see more ships built than sunk and more euhmarlnea sunk told the Mail and Empire there is a marked decrease in German submarine activities Dur ing the summer there are better pos sibilities for the ofair craft in cpnvoying Airplanes are not only useful in beating off at tacks but the fact of their presence with the convoya keeps German submarines from breaking to the sur for fear of destruction from the thus preventing many attempts to torpedo ships which would be made were there no aerial Exam ination shows that the output of shipping has greatly Sir Eric Geddes states that the num ber of enemy Uboats wasfewer ow ing to the methods of hunting SNOW IN Rio July cold and heavy snow Is reported from all parts of South Brazil and the coffee plantations in the state of San Paulo have been damaged Early reports place the loss at six hundred thousand contpsi The coffee produc tion in Sao in 1919 and 1920 probably will v curtailed as thousands of plants have been des troyed in many TO ALBERTA July Announce ment was made here today by Con gressman John Nelson of the sec ond district thathe would not be a candidate for reelection this Nelson stated that he was going to Canada to look after the farm in thevinterests of his Bryon who had enlisted In the Congressman Kelson has farm lands in Southerrf which he secur edsome LIBERAL CANDIDATE WINS IN SALTCOATS July a majority of more than 300 with a few polls to hear which will not materially change the Lib eral was elected yesterday for the provincial constituency of Salt over Amos Independ ent The byelection was made necessaryby Calder going to the Dominion Gaidars majority in the provincial general el ection in 1917 was more than FOOD CONTROLLER Dawoon July sentations are being fo Ottawa that a food coat roller be ap pointed for the Yukon Territory or at least special provisions ehould made for thii country has been for Alaska by the United Many of the regulations to the rest of Canada are not workable here at all and difficulties of commun ication with Ottawa make for em barrassment and confusion In efforts to conform the local conditionsun der tHcr July Dutch travellei from Germany says a dispatch from The Hague to the Exchange Tele graph declares the wjmor has spread all over Germany that Field Marshal Von Hlndenburg is ill and Is unable to participate in the work at the army headquarters Tho military duties there have been taken over entirely by First Quartermast r General German news the traveller are permit ted to mention the Women loaferu in Boston will soon be classed with of opposite sex unless they realize the need of their in useful war or there ijli ftlgMiJy movement afoot tp petition the Massachusetts legislature tor a law to conscript wo SAVE SUGAR By Using CROWNLBRAND CORN for all Sweetening la 10 and 20 pound 3 Perfect Glass for atskinj homemade all sauce for f riddle eikea and this delicious table made from and save Aik your THf CANADA STANCH fOBJ 131 ;