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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TEN THE LKi'HBHlUGE DAILY HKfiAU> TUESDAY JULY This Would Be One of First Re- sults of the Recent Conference this route, accommodation tor about twenty five tint class passengers. Conference delegates 'He view; amount.oi accpmingta- tlon would'suffice as a beginning "for the service. The conference also considered !be establishment of a combination freigbl anil passenger from to St. Ju-hn to Bermuda. Barbados and Demerara ami return'. definite has jet been done it Is '.ho government's intention li> nave the rcrrife established at the earliest possible moment, it belnjt understood OTTAWA, July fruits of (be West Indies conference held re- ceatly In Ottawa will come in the form of; the establishment early In J921.of i a iiew steamship sen'Ice between Can- ada and tho West Indies: The gov- erbnieut, it is learned, has uudertaken 1o> commence, probably in January service considered by fersnce under the name of the West- era Steamship Service. This scheme sailings from Halifax and Johu_to Bermuda, .thence to the f Ua'hamas and British Honduras uud return. The arrangements being ide provide for tho Installation of r tw.o ot.tbe five thousand ton vessels now being-built .for freight service on uin Inu lisi BISLEV CAMP, Engiaud. July (Canadian Associated was still wet today, but shooting conditions were otherwise satisfactory. Snooting for the Frlnce of prize .began ihst ihe govern.Sents of the islands 101 thi, This competition1 Is bn benefitted will assist ibe with adequate subsidies.. W. A, FOUND TO VISIT t 'FISHERIES IN B. CJ OTTAWA, July A. found, assistant deputy minister of fisheries, na's-isft'for the into He -re- main- in the until JhV'last'bf August. REtjINA. July 1 i-- KoberUE. 'one of 'Regina's 'old-timers and well known iu this district, was found dead bed in his home late 'last night' He jvas dead'fpr not less than 24. hours before tains according to r Tho deceased's wife and family were at their summer cottage -at Kp.te- pew and Mr. Johnston was alone in the house. 'Wjnners 0[ Rational rtlfie Association gold, silver or bronze raedats In the Queen's or King's competltioas of any previous year and to all winners of S. R. A. silver or brotize medals Issued to rifle asEOCla- irules-.set tput. in-, the is given by the Prince of JVales.' with f M "lidded.'1-.. Teii'.shotE-'are'nred at each of the Scoresof'Canadian's 'at' XI a J or F.-' RichaVdsou. -Vjc'tpria.' -49, including ;Priyaie W. J. Irvine. five Cen- trals Captain --C.-, .CiipfpU; Sergeant Charlotictown, 4S; Captain Fttliuouth; X. S.; Major Uttbn.'Toronto: -private G. Weir, Toronto, 47; Lieut-Col. EL P. Bowen, Edmonton, Sergt.. J. Coles, 46; Sergt.-Majoi; E. J.-.Reld, Victoria, 45; Trobuer J. Saidler, Ed- monton, -II1; Cain.'iV M. Martin, Cal- sary, 40; Winnipeg, Ail indlcalfcipMthe high character ot this year's shooting Is furnished by tbe fact that In the DOO-yard sweep- stake ott Saturday, Major K.'Richnrd- son of e., with a possible, S-as p( siit' (n the prize list, all others having, scored centrals. Ad- ditional sweepstake winners ate: I Major Lieut. Nil. and. LJeut.-Col. Bow, Edmonton. In the Prince ot Wales' comixitltlon at 200 yards, UeuL-Col. E. P.' Bowe'n scored 49; Sergt. A. McCabe, Char- lotutown, Lieut. A, Northorer. Win- nipeg, Major Utton, Toronto, and Capt. J. H. Vincent. -South Hamilton, 4S; Sergt. James Doai Montreal, Capt. C. Gue-ph, Major E. Richard- on, George Weir, 'oroiitb, andi.-'lile'ut'A- Skinner, Fort Vllliara, ;4f; Private ,Robert .Eduiuridi A. Haukens, clo. Private-TVnf.B. Irvine, Oltawii I RYLANDS'.. UMMAGE OUR PRICES MAKE OUR YOU SAVE ON EVERYTHING The Biggest Money-saving Event of the Year Cjj Your friends haVe all been here and' saved big-money on their requirements. They know that Rylaiids' Rummage Sale is a real sale and no matter'how small your needs you >yill save by bujnng here where everything Be sure and ask for estimate ticket uith your purchase, You may be one oHhe lucky ones to secure some of the worth of prizes'given away. SILK DRESSES EVERYONE AT HUGE REDUCTIONS 23.75 REGULAR 135.00 DRESSES, .for REGULAR 5-i'2.50 DRESSEHJ RKG GLAH' VlV.OO" pRBSS'Bsl ?50.00 DRESSES; for......................... REGULAR J55.00 DRESSES, for 'REGULAR, f65.00 DRESSES, RHQTJLAR 575.00 DRESSES, for REGULAR SSS.OD: for REGULAR DR'ESSES, for......................... REGULAR ISO.OODRESS.E3, for IlEGULAR 593.00 DRESSEIS, v30.00 34.00 4100 60.00 65.00 Silk and Georgette BLOUSES REGULAR for' .....V....-.. tO.OO, RBGUbAR ?6.50, .'for E1PULAR for OUR PRICES ARE AWAY DOWN FOR :THIS WEEK ONLY 4.40 .4.80 ,5.20 5.95 12.00 14.40 16.00 19.95 25.00 '-for ?15.00, tor RBUULAIl for for ____ RBGUIvAR 525.00. ItEGOLAR J33.00, -HOSIERY -i :GLOVES UNDERWEAR CORSETS i SHEETINGS PILLOW COTTONS SILKS DRESS FABRICS KIMONAS HOUSE DRESSES VOILE WAISTS RIBBONS DMBROIDERY. LININGS HANDBAGS TABLE LINENS CAMISOLES BRASSIERES RAINCOATS Have You Made Your Estimate Yet? FREE! FREE! We.are giving awuy absolutely frea U the one inakinfi'the nearest estimate to the' i-orrccl numher. of yards of siikluo !n our '.viffijcw: DIAMOND DISC RHONOGRAPH and 12 records vniued fn fan at 1DU.UU; SILK SKIRT valued at GEORGETTE SMOCK Jrt HA valued ,it...................... 4U.UU LADIES' SILK PRINCESS SLIP f rn valued at To tlifl next sii nearesl a of SILK o AA HOSE, valued at pair ...A........ Tfte Biggest Sal? pf the Year R YLAND You, Save on Everything Buy 5 Lieut: O.' Nil, t Sergt- J. C: Coles, S erg r F: Cood- louso, Ottawai 'C.-' Winnipee. and .Gunner 5W- B. fingown Capt. F. H.' Martin.'Cal- Bry, 39 and 'Trooper J. Saidler, Ed- monton, SS. King's Prize Opens CAMP, Eiigland. July Canadian 'Associated A stif- ish breeie with a cliangihg light tend- d to bring down tie general level of coring from i'esterday's achievements vhen the King's priie, the first stage, 0 sli.ols at hits' was reached cois morning, r No 'po'jjsible was scored Jin' lie first' (wo' hours, though four "coin-' petitors" made '49.' Scores of'-, Cana- lians who' shot early wore: Company Sergl.OSajor P.' Good; house, Ottawa, and Private V.'. J. Irr Ottawa; 47; Sergl. W. A. Haw- sins; Toronto, Captaiu W. J. angsler, l-VlmbutbVN.S., 41. The King's prize, is open only to last and present members of His Ma: e sty's forces. The winner gets donated by the King, and the K. H. A. gold medal and gold badge.'. The'neit, 93 marksmen, get- badges and prizes, and the next 290 money prizes. The winnings ot Canadians iu the Alexandra competition were: Major P. Ricnardson, Victoria, and Mijor Btton, Toronto 20th eacli Capt J H Vincent Hamilton, 41st; Private W. 3. Inine. Ottawa, 50th, L'eut A Skinnc- Fort iam, C2nd, each; Lieut. J. O.-Nix, Winnipeg, S4th; Private Robert Ed- niondr Toronto, 8Sth; P. t Edmonton 9ith, Vlajor T F. Blmetl, 104th; Sgt.-Maj.'.T. Young, -Toronto, 114th: Cautain F. R. Mnrtin; 117th; John -Chandler, Woodstock 121st 'Sergt W A flaw kins, Toronto, ISitli; Sergt. James Eoa, Montreal, .191st; 3Iajor Korthr over. Winnipeg, .19itt; Sersi. Oabe Charlottetonn. 201st Sergt B Q Coles llegraa Gunner W G Tingmiiu, QuenecijSlltb, C. H. Crowe, Guelpb, .was counted out Judgment Given By Hfif Honor Winter For Full Amount of Claim After several figuring In the criminal as well as the civil courts, tie case.ot FouU TS. Catherine 0. Smith, has come to a In judg- ment Just delivered by Judge Winter 'to whom' the civil action referred tor iat by the tried.- r was one hi which. Charles Fouls, a fanner of Monarch, Mrs.- Smith, who runs the shoot- ing-'gallery on Fifth the sum. of 1500 which, be alleged. had loaned her. To this the defendant gayij denial when the case was heard before Judge Jackson rand' the was dismissed' against the' plaintiff. As a sequel to the decision In the.District Court ner-1 Jury .was laid against Mrs'.-.Smi'tu on' ,ih'e -Information of -The 'case' carne up at Iho criminal sitting of the' Supreine Court In the a resulting la the'discharge 'of the Tho civil case was taken to and the .co'urt en'baiic orjdered a new! .trUl which" was heard by'Judge Win- 'ter. >By .consent of both parties, of itbo first civil and criminal proceedings' against the defendant. Mrs, Catherine G. Smithf the evidence produced at the trlalwas used by the judge. The Judgment.'" His Honor in dellTeriag; Jiidgnient stated that the action was one for the recovery of money alleged to have be en-lent by the plaintiff-Fouls to de-' fondant, the defence Doing an absolute denial that any money was tenL .The alleged transaction took place at Leth- jridge Iu January, At that data the parties had been acquainted for about two.'vearo and had :ood. friends, Defendant appears to bave been kind to the plaintiff anil to his wife when sho was slci in the bos- The pliinUfC's story is that be- ing !u .LethbridgoU'.e passed a shoot- Ing carried on by the de- fendant, and her husband, aiiS the latter.that bis wife wanted to business proppsi- residence, .JSW-wd.hlni that she wanted to buy a boarding house and furniture la the. ,then -conducted by a and wbere'tjie fornier" asked the plaintiff 4- DEMONSTRATION LECTURES .Dates, July 14, 15.and. In bridge! promise to-be very prominent days to the women and giiIB ot the city and district, when miey will at- tend thij Home Nursing, First Cookery, with such able} as Miss Barbara McBeJ Martha Morkm, R. This demonstration, {eetnrei under Woinens' tie'loTermi has done a great deil-to1 make this a t6 lund her ?3CO which he agreed to I to jh? community when tha furnish with taterestjit the rate ot 8 cost is so per cenL The .Trjmaactlon In pursuance of the agreement come to. plaintiff went with defendant to ibe Brodle block and in the presence of a Mr. McMulleh and Miss Loreni paid the defendant the: f 500. Uefen- d ant, as alleged, then" and there set- tled for the Miss Lor- eni and obtained a bill of sale In her owhjna'oie. :Plaintiff understood that he was to Jiave" security In. thefiirol-! iiakersucB 'a: tura for ihe' advance made, but this jwonun )n-thears 1 1 Q Each 1.13 LOT GINGHAM DRESSES -All. our J5.00 dresses this season's make. 'FTesh and stylish, fasl colors in plaids, ind nlaln charabrays Sizes 8 10 14 years o g f Now on sals at 45c All LINEN TOWELING, selling at ............................31c 50 GREY FLANNEL, cutdown to per 33c 55c CHINTZ FOR COVERING. to and SERGE; DRESS for........ L59 SILK HOSE selling 79c 60c WOMEN'S LISLE H0SIERY for ,39C GENT'S MONARCH LISLE SOX, setting UNDERWEAR MUSLIN i AND SOFT COTTONS! 36 inch madapDlam and flne.'cambric. Regular S5o and 60o finalities. Prices broken down to, per yard UTTLE BOYS' OLIVER TWIST AND RUSSIAN SUITS 99c Sizes 3 to 6 a clean sweep price 'each of LARGER X Brown drill, veil made and finished. Cut in the best stylo -with cuH bottoms, full length, sizes to 83, waUt njeasuro. The regular O 1Q line. Clean Sweep Saie price- A.ltf SPECIALV BLUEBIRD COTTON pi! SUITS For little boys, ages 2 and 3 years with waist'and pants combined, with separate Jer- sey. Brown, white- and copen. Sold at J1.85. Clean Sweep Sale price ALL WOMJEN'S DiRESSES AND SUITS be a long time before yon Tiave an oppnrtunitvare'selllng'at-vvondtrfully reduced prices. It may such as thls-of securing a stylish coaturoo at so low a price. SILK DRESSES, low as SERGE DRESSES, selling as low as SERGE SUITS, selling as low as FANCY VOILE DRESSES, selling as .low' as ll-i'. bri Co., Ltd. i J v ;