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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1017 TIIE LETHRRTDGE DAILY ITEnALS PAGE ELEVEN. A!T�i&!^^ HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY'S ANNUAL JULY July Values in Bcots and Shoes IS WELL WORTH WHILE TO SECURE THESE PRICE ADVANTAGES. 100 Yards Best English,Tapestry Stair Carpet 27 inches wide in red and fawn colors. Regular $1.60. i ia Extra special, yard ...........J........................ 1#1U Handsome Wilton and Axminster Rugs In finest Canadian and British makes. A beautiful selection of patterns, liip range of tolors. Size 6%x9 feet. Reg. OC 7C siz� 9"10'/2 feet. Reg. OQ 7C to $35.00. Special .. . CtOtlO to $02.50. Special____ OV�iD Size 9x9 feet. Reg. to QC 7C sizc 9x12 feet. Ro0- to AV. "7C $47.50. Special ...... JJJ.lO $07.50. Special ...... IflJ.O These prices are for Saturday only and could not be purchased today wholesale for above figures. Finest Quality Axminster Hearth Rugs 12 only. Size 27x6-1. Beautiful rich tones and shades and yard ends. Light and dark colors, also 300 yards chintz comforter covering, 5 to 15 yard cuds. July Sale, yard .......................................... 5000 Yards Japanese White Crepe j 5 to 15 yards in piece. July Sale; ' Yard..................................................... 13c 500 Rolls Crepe Paper In 'M colors. Regular 15c. July Sale Roll .................................____ 10c 10c *1 FANCY ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS { ; 5Roses. . C Per dozen........... . I DC | C Bouquets In baskets. iyg ......... IOC Complete............, I DC Tulips. Each .., Carnations 6 for ... Men's Furnishing and Clothing Requisites Priced Low for Saturday 1.29 3.95 1.59 Men's Corduroy Pants Dark color, medium peg with cuff. July Sale ............................. 2.99 Men's Chamois Gloves July Special Pair ............................. 99c neBudsoife Ban C&mpmra. Men's White Sport Shirts Lightweight. All sizes. Regular $1.25. July Sale .......................................... Men's Fancy Silk Armbands Regular 35 cents. July Sale Pair ...........................,................... Men's Special Pad Hose Supporters Regular 35c. July Sale........................................... Men's Straw Hats In soft and stiff shapes. Also boaters. Regular $1.50. f. in July Sale ...........ui.............\................... 1.1 �f Boys' and Girls' 1-1 Ribbed Clin Knit Hose All sizes 4 to 10 in black only. 2 pairs for.............................. Little Darling Hose In sky or cream, RV2 to S\.....Cash $6.00 2nd Prize, Mrs. Bruner, North Lethbridgc ..... Cut Glass $2.00 BEST BABY DRESS 1st Prize, Mrs. Arnold, 613 9th Ave. 8. 2nd Prize, Mr*. Turney, 310 7th Ave. S..... . Merchandise $3.00 .... Cut Glas3 $2.00 BEST VOILE WAIST 1st Prize, Mrs. Hutner, Coalhurst ..................Cash $3.00 2nd Prize, Mrs. Evans, 6th St. 8.................Cut Glass $2.00 RYLANDS & CO. CONDUCTING A REAL SALE MILADI PHONE 1224 Mrs. E. L. Jai'vis ia visiting iu Calgary. ... Mrs. J. J. Ovoroclicr of Prelate, Sa3k., is spending a few days with Mrs. J. A. Mcintosh.  * * Mrs. Sam Miller, 4th Ave. north, is entertaining her daughter, Mrs. G. G. De.Iong of Power, Montana, for a few weeks. .   Mrs. Wm. Scott and family left this morning for Etzikom, where thoy 1 will spend a few weeks visiting friends.    The Red Cross Society will be in charge of the refreshments at the farmers excursions at tho experimental farm next week. ,'. * � * * Mr. W. K. Newcomb who was formerly on tho staff of Hie Molson'a Bank in the city lias been moved from Sitncoo to Montreal to join' the head office staff. m . . [ Tho twelfth was well "celebrated, yesterday by. tho ladioa Orange.Lodge,' a big picnic being hold at. Battery Point, Henderson Lajce, at which tho members of the. lodge and a number of friends with their children were present. , Sports for the grown-ups as well as the children provided great fun and occupied the greater part; at tho afternoon. Supper 'was served undor tho treoa. . *   Dr. M. Ellen Douglass, of Winnipeg, has been appointed surgeon by the St. John Ambulunco association to take charge of u party of 100 V.A.D. girls to England, about tiie middle of August for service in the various military hospitals. It is expected that at least 18 Winnipeg girls will go; tho rest he^ig from tho other western provinces. Besides. Jiavlng diplomas in first aid and home nursing from tho' St. John Ambulance association, the girls havo to undergo a most rigid physical examination before they are accepted. The party will mobilize at Toronto, whore tho girls will recolvo the regulation uniforms and the doctor will don tho garb of St. John Am-bulauco woman surgeon. All expenses are paid by the St. John Ambulance association until Devonshire House in England la reached, when the girls will bo handed over by Dr. Douglas to tho joint war committee of the St. John Ambulance association, the Red Cross and tho War Contingent association. They will then, it is expected, bo placed on duty In the different military hospital; in England, Mr. R. H. I-Iincks and daughtor, are visiting relatives in Cardston.  * * Mrs. A. E. Snow left today to spend three weeks with friends at Indian Head. *   Mr3. Tom Elder and Miss Alma Eddy are In Medicine Hat for tho Stampede. ... Mrs. E. Froy and children arrived home this morning after spending several weeks in the country. �  � Mr. Geo. B. Weller, who has been ill in the hospital for some time is recovering and has returned to his home. *  � Mr. and Mrs. Ellas Adams and Master Jim . Adams, left yesterday for Alaska. Miss A. Birch will join them at Vancouver. ... Messrs. S. Jackson, F. Thaell, Gordon Patterson and-A. B. Forsyth are leaving in a few days on a camping trip .to Waterton Lakes.  * � Last evening Mr. and Mrs. John C. Poterson of Welling entertained at a wedding reception In honor of their daughter Mrs. Leo. M. Coombs (neo Miss Le Vaun Peterson) and Mr. Coombs. An entortnining musical program was prepared for the occasion and greatly enjoyed by over fifty relatives and friends. The supper was prepared and served by Misses Geneva and Ireta Peterson. The bride and groom woro the recipients of many handsome and useful presents. RESOLUTION ID EXTEND PARLIENI Premier Gives Notice-Report Exposing Packers Printed ......By Order GET THE D. C. M.'S. London, July 12.-In the presence of 2,000 Canadians, General Turner presented Distinguished Conduct Medals to Battery Sergeant-Major Parry, who was Beveroly wounded after a direct hit on a gun pit which caught fire, much ammunition being exploded; also Battery Sergeant-Ma j-or Pong riff, who kept the forward lino supplied with ammunition at St. Elol tor long perolds. Ottawa, Ont, July 13.-In the commons this afternoon Hon. T. W. Crothors, minister of labor, tabled tho report on the cold storage situation in Canada made by W. F. O'Conor, commissioner of the cost of living, and which was given out to tho press Inst evening. Ho moved that tho document be printed and this was agreed to. Sir Robert Borden gave notice that on Monday he would move the consideration' of the resolution asking the Imperial government to extend the life of parliament for another yoar or until October 7, IMS. Consideration of the military service act was then resumed in committee, Mr. Girard of Chicaoutlml, made an appeal for residents of largo i constituencies with poor means of communication. It would be difficult for them to report for duty, he said. Hon. C. J. Dbherty said that the government will endeavor to meet tho situation by having a bureau established in tho different localities at Which those called out may report. Mr. Melghen accepted tho suggestion, made by the opposition that anyone married previous to tho adoption of the bill should be exempt from tho first call if tho marriage took place previous to July 6, the date of which the principle of tho bill was nccoptod by the house, by the adoption of tho second rending of tho bill. Colonel Currie objected to men who are too mean to marry, any over 31 years of ago being exempted when married men are being sent. Mr. Moigh-en said that thoro was much to bo said on the' other sido of tho question, He said the bill had. gono as far as desirable In placing priority of service on the unmarried. WILL NOT SELL PAPER TO KRUPP INTERE8TS Amsterdam, July 12.-The Radical Weser Zeltimg, an old newspaper of Bremen, Germany, which it was reported was to be bought by tho Krnpp interests, which were to make It a Pan-German and annexationist organisation, Is on tho market. The owners, howover, aay they will never agree to noil it to the Hruppt. TO TALK CONSCRIPTION. Montreal, July 12.-Mayor Martin has called a mass meeting for hoxt Sunday afternoon on Fletcher's Field to discuss tho question of conscription. Sir Robert Borden, Hon. Messrs. Sevigny and Blond'u and H. B. Itainvlllo, M. P., have been invited to address*' tho meeting and. to show why tho French-Canadians should agree to be conscrlptod. A resolution will also ho presented to tho meeting asking the imperial parliament to re-fuso an oxtension of term to the present Canadian puiliaiueut. DAME FASHIONS NEWEST OFFERINGS Loft to right-Roso silk stockinet with sliver embroidery. Lilac voile with purple velvet trimmings and self color embroidery. Sports coat in tan artificial silk with Tartan skirt. (AVE BIG ARMY Rumors aro flying about Calgary that Sarcoo camp Is being prepared to recolvo for training 15,000 American soldiers. Military men deny any knowledge of the report, but the camp Is being kept in shape as if to receive a large number. The Statos will have to train G70.000 soldiers ohortly and it is deemed possible that Canadian facilities may be made use of for a while at least. It Is also possible thnt tho camp is probably being kept up to provido facilities for the men being recruited for the British army In tho United States. Col. J. S. Dennis is in Chicago and other U. S. cities arranging for the recruiting of all British subjects of military age. That those wlil bo trained in Canada seems to be assured. HAVE ENTERED PEKIN. Washington, July 11.-Republican troops have entered Pokin and momentarily expect tho abdication ol the restored Manchu emperor according to a cable today to the Chinese legation horo from the Chinese foreign office. President Fong Kwo Chans has ordered the arrest of General Chang; Hsun, the military leader who war responsible tor the coup. Dr. . Wu Ting Fang minister of foreign affaire again has resigned his office and hie resignation has been accepted by the president on the ground ot ill-health. Life is short, and so are a lot of us all through, life. MAY REVISE WAR AIMS London, July 12.-Lord Robert C#> cil, minister of blockade, and parliamentary undersecretary for foreign affairs, announced in the house ot commons today that the British government had informed the Russian government of its willingness to enter into a discussion looking to the possible revision of the war aims of tho entente allies. The British fnvernment, he added, was in consultation with the allied powers of Groat Britain as to the torn i In which this discussion uouid coavoalenUy take glace,, / *� ^^^^^ ?126 ;