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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LBtHBRIDOfe ......18c CHILDREN'S SOX 200 pairs of fancy \\Tiite Sox for children's �wear with blue, pink, red, tan- and black stripes. A splendid selection to choose from. Sizes 6 to 7^3. Regular 35c to 40c. - ^ Rummage Sale.............. 25c CORSETS An odd line ot Warner's Famous Rust Proof Corsets. Some are discontinued lines and odd pairs from the various numbers. The quality is the highest and the price one' that will interest you.j Sizes 20 to 27. Regular ?2.75. and $3.00. Rummage Sale.........�... $1.60 SHEETING 9-4 Bleached Cotton Sheeting In plain weave. Free from dressing or filling. This is the time to add a few pairs of sheets to your stock. Regular $1.15 value. Rummage Sale..............88c BUNGALOW APRONS Ladies' Bungalow or Cover-all Aprons, made In big, roomy size, 'With short sleeve and neatly trimmed with plain color. Good washing materials. Regular $1.50. ' Rummage Sale.............$1.25 MEN'S SHIRTS * \ An odd lot of Men's Dress Shirta in white and fancy stripes. S9jQe are slightly soiled. Not � all sizes but a good range in 14%, 15, IS^^. Reg-alar up. to $1.'50. Rummage Sale.............. 85c BLACK SATEEN UNDERSKIRTS Ladies' Black Sateen Underskirts in good big full style. Deep 12 Inch frill neatly finished, A trado winner at the regular price $1.35, Rummage Sale............................95c 300 PAIRS OF SAMPLE HOSE FOR BIGGER BOYS AND GIRLS In fino even ribbed weave In plnjc, blue, black or'white. You'll be pleased with this line. Regular 65c. ^ - Rummage Sale.......... ...... ____ . ^Oc \ Skirts fHEY ARE THE TALK OF THE CITY Qur big special ^Vhite Wash Skirt. Right up-to-date in style arid fit.,Neat pockets and trimmed with large pearl buttons. They are going fast but we,have a good supply. Rummage Sale 95c Come Where, the Bargains Grow! RYLANDS & CO THE BUSY STORE :: "BUSIER THAN EVER A REAL Sale With REAL ' Bargaim! ' HUNSSIRENGMN MVY By SEIZURE No A'ccurate Estimate Can Now Be Made of AVhat the Strength is �Washington, July 12.-Allied and American naval officials are unable to form any accurate estimate of the present* strength of the German battle fleet, Jt was said, today, l^y Admiral Benson; chief of naval operations. Not only are reports as to what Germany has built, or is building conflicting, but eTery..efIort 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 failure. ; Naval, offlclals are particularly in- - t ..,////////��'/',s terested in the dreadnoughts and battle cruisers Germany may have secured by seizure of the Russian fleets. AF least eight modem battleships were in the Baltic and Black Seas and four battle cruisers were under construction at points in the Gulf of Finland when the Russian collapse came. Increase Strength It is estimated that it Germany has obtained all the Russian war craft and succeeded In putting them into flghting condition, she has been able to increase the glrength of her high seas fleet by 25 per cent. Admiral Benson was quite positive, however, of the ability of the allied fleets to deal with the enemy shcSuld he venture out. Building Ships All officials here are c'onvinced that Germany has been building capital ships continuously since the outbreak of the war. They are unable to estimate, however, what number of additional craft may have been built. In regard to the submarine construction in Germany, Admiral Benson said there was no definite information here. Reports ranged, he said, from flve a day to three a month. The a'dmiral was not disposed to question, however, the recent statement of Sir Eric Geddes, flrst lord of -the British admiralty, that more submarines were being sunk than Germany could replace. WILL ADOPT IT j BY GOOD MAJORITY PROTECT VICEJN 7 Serious Charges Again Made Against Civic Authorities of Montreal THERE'S REFRESHMENT IN EVERY GLASS of soda seMTodbere. There's; a lot of enjoyment too. i ' Fruit Flavors are Fruit iluiiccs Bot chemical compounds, and the choc-Mate and'other flavors are the best and purest made. Our Peach Soda is a Peach Try It and you'll sayithat at last you know absolutely whalf the famous drink ot the gods was like. , The Bdn fon - WaKhlngton,. July 12.-Administration leaders In the senate planned to bring to a vote today the house resolution empowering, tife president to take over the telegraph, telephone, cable and radio �yetemi of the country for the period of the war. Adoption of the resolution by a comfortable n^ajorlty was predicted by the upporters of the measure. DENY THIS ' London, July Japan'* re- ported decision refusing to Intervene In Siberia Is authoritatively denied, according to advices from Toklo under date of July 2, It Is added that the attitude of Japan Is unchanged and that the feeling In unofficisi circles there I* almost unanimous that It is unnecessary to send troops to Siberia at present. FAIL TO RETURN Montreal, July 12.-Speaking in. the audltorium^here last night before an audience of 300, Ex-Controller Vlllen-euve r41terated all the charges made by him that vice, gambling and illegal liquor selling have not only been tolerated in Montreal, but protected, a^d added many other names of persons whose participation In'the profits from these activities hp claimed he could prove. He attacked, among others. Assistant Director oC Public Safety Mann's fitness for his post, because, he said, "Mann cannot speak French" and this he said, was Director of Public Works Tremblay's first false step. - He clalte-ed further that Mr. Tromblay-had been two months In office, and' the raid last night was his first one to plean up Montreal. The raid, he said, had not included certain "de luxe'! establishments In Sherbrooke Street frequented by prominent men. As a means of remedying the social evil, the speaker advocated segregation, and claimed that many clergymen were coming round to the same opinion. / ,ln town and counties, took ail functions into their haniis, and created ad-versai:y committees composed ct German residents Avli^^ do not comprise more than two per cent of the population. "Germlin has been introduced as the ofiicial language, Silthough it is not understood by ninety per cent of the people. The German language also has be^ii Introduced Into the schools while the Dorphat University has been Geri^anized.' ' I' In conclusion the declaration protests against Germany, ^'plundering the country.'seizing-toftdstnffs to such an extent|that the native population is left to starve while German' soldiers are permitted daily to. send double rations to-Germany." FAVOR CONCILIATION. AIRPLANES AID NF Washington, July 12.-Five American airplanes which went on ^a bombing expedition have failed ^to return, General Pershing's com-, munication reported today. Berlin reported five American airplanes In German bands yesterday,:; � 1 u ' Toronto, July 11.-That the majority of the members of the city council are In favor of the appolnt- - meht of a board of conciliation to settle the strike of civic employees was shown by aVote of the special meeting of the city council to-day when .fourteen members of the council against eight, rejected a proposal that the mat^pr be referred to the heads of the civic departments. This probably means a settlement of the matter by arbitration. NEW DRY DOCK (Associated Press) Stockholm, Jijly 11.-I^epresenta-lives now In Copenhagen ot the Es-thonlan Diet and government have sent .a, strong protest to Germany {ig-ainal Germany'jj occupation policy and oppression injthat Baltic province, The American hilnistor to Sweden has sent to President Wilson a copy ot the protest whicl) declares: "Despite the assurances of Count Von Ilertilng, the German Imperial chancellor, i^nd the terms' of the Brost-LItovsk treaty, Germany has established a.military distatorship in ISsthonla. Before  the entrance of German troops, Esthofllan (roops had re-o3tabll8hod oj-der in, most districts, but the Geimans dttarmed these troops, suspended the governrajjnt, removoci HiQ, adriii^lBtration's agents Ottawa, July. 12.-It is understood that the St. John dry dock and shipbuilding company has secured from Hon.,F. B. Carvell, minister of public works, an assignment of the old Norton and Griffith' Company contract for the construction of a dry dock and ' ship repalrinti plant at" Courtney Bay, St. John, together with certain Improvements In the way of dredging In the harbor of St. John. It is expected that work on the new dry dojpk.:will be commenced withiri 'sixty days. WILL inVestiq'ate Washington, July 12/-Turkey has informed the United States, through the Swiiis foreign office, that the true faQtp as to the reported seizure of the ''American consulate and saeklng of an' American hospltaj at Tabriz,',Persia, by Turkish soldiers, have not been ascertained, but that It will beJn-vestlgated at thp earliest possible moment, : London, July 12.-(Toronto Mall and Empire Cable.)-British naval authorities discussing Admiral Sim's statement that the submarine menace Is well in hand and that the U-boats are' being destroyed faster than built and Admiral.Jellico'e reiteration that August would see more ships built than sunk and more �ubraarines sunk .than built, told the Mail and Empire there is a marked decrease in German submarine activities re'cently. "During the summer there are better possibilities for the .employment of aircraft in cpnvoying ships. Airplanes are not only useful in beating off attacks but the tact ot their presei^ce with the convoys keeps th,e. German submarines from breaking to the surface, for fear of destruction from the sky, thus preventing many attempts to torpedo ships which would be made were there no aerial convoy. Examination shows that the output of new shipping has greatly Increased." Sir Eric Geddes states that the number ot enemy U-boats was^fewer owing to the methods of hunting them. have been damaged seriously;' Early reports place the loss at six hundred thousand contos. The coffee production in Sao'Paulo in 1918, 1919 and 1920 probably will be.curtailed as thousands of plants have been destroyed in many sections. COMING TO ALBERIA Madison, 'Wis., July 12.- Announcement was made here today by Congressman John M. Nelson ot the second district that'he would not be a candidate for re-election this fall. Mr. Nelson stated that ho was going to Canada to look after the farm in tho'vlnterests of hig son, Bryon who had enlisted in the army. ' SNOW IN BRAZIL. lllo Janeiro, July 12.-Unusual cold and heavy snow Is reported from all parts ot South Brazil and the coffee plantations In the state ot San Paulo Congressman Nelson has farm lands in Southern';Alberta which he secured'some years'ago. LIBERAL CANDIDATE WINS IN SALTCOATS Rogln'a, July 12.-By a majority of more than 300 with a few polls to hear from, which will not materially change the result. Dr. Sahlmark, Liberal candidate, was elected yesterday for the provincial constituency of Saltcoats, over Amos Burkett, Independent Liberal. The by-election was made neces'sarylby Hon. J. A. Calder going to the Dominion house. Mr. Calder'a majority In the provincial general election In .1917 Svas more than 1600, ISA FOOD CONTROLLER DawBon City, T.T., July 12.-Representations are being made fo Ottawa that a food controiier^should be appointed for the ITukon Territory or at least special provisions should be claiSBCd with tH^os^ of the opposite sex unioflB they .qljlckly realize ihO' need of their 8eifWce�i}ln Useful war work, for there is �i(b|!dy t^'jnoyeraont ^footto petition 'thfeMa^aohusetts legislature lor u law to conscript wo- 'V. t SAVE SUGAR By Using^ CROWN. BRAHD CORN ^SYRUP for all Sweetening la 2, 5, 10 sod 20 pound tins, and 3 lb. ''Perfect Seal" Gtais Jart. for lyakini homemade csady-for all bsking-^as � sauce for deiisrti-oa llriddle esKes and hot biiouits-ui^ this delioioui Cable lyrup, mads from eora -snd thud save sugar.' Aik your [(rocer. THE CANADA STAIICH CO.. LIKflTKO, . MONTRHL. CARDINAL, rOIH'WIUIAM. 46010278 ;