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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JULY 17, THE LETIinniDGE DAILY PACE SEVEN A BIG TIME TO-NIGHT AT THE BIG RUMMAGE SAtE AT RYLANDS a year ago had the.jitor? .crowded to capacity, times were compelled to lock th'c doori, Tonight we expect'.even a (irger crowd, as is biflgcr, better and busier than any previous Rummage Sale', '.-Shop iqon after tea ac 89c WASH SKIRTS That sold'ss high as RepiiB and., Indian Heads. 8c NEW FLANNELETTE WliltB nncl neat stripes; only' 100 yds for tonight. 10c HAIR RIBBON 4 Inches wide, 10 similes; rush price lOc yard. 95c ,NE.W DRESISES -Kor house street wear, up to 19c MUSLIN UP TO All our new Dress Mus- lins on Bale tonight. 18c LADIES' VESTS Or 2 for new vests) sloeves or no sleeves. Dresses that sold as high as will be on sale Tonight 49C STRAW HATS Girls' new straw- worth 51.00 to .SHIRTS Collars or separate soft to FLETTE SHEETS 10-1 size, white with color- eil horders. 33c CORSET COVERS 2r> new corset covers that were d'5 to Siic each. COTTON Only" 100 prs. at this price. R% to 10 slxn; Mack. 49c APRONS Print in light stripes nr check gin'nis, (om'siit only. 10c Fine cotton, sizes to tonight only at this price. WASH SUITS Boys' colored and white suits worth up lo NEW CORSETS An American corset, r> hose supporlei-K, worth up to ?.'J NECKWEAR UP TO Tile higge.st clean up sale of the season. 100 Voile, Middy, and Allow Embroidery Waists Worth up to 39c GIRLS' MIDDIES Balbriggan with colored collars, 3 to 10 year sixes. 59c BLOUSES Collars attached, sixes tc 75 and S5c each. 15c BOYS' HOSE Heavy rib black cotton; sizes up to 10; 35c.. 85c GOOD UMBRELLAS For men or women, regu- lar values. RYLANDS CO. STRAIGHT, LANK HAIR J NO LONGER NECESSARY Uriiidu 10 Ik-auty.) A aimple iiiinxless Html. hlUior- o little ffn' I lie puriiose, lian proved no wonderfcilly effective- in .QliicHlj: turning. stnilslit Jinir Ucjautl- fully wavy, it bills fair to heuoino "all the You may IKS surprised' to thui til's {irodittf. is nothing more- ilmn pliiin liquid siluujrine. More surprised, still, you see prettily it dries in tho most nRluml-lttoMtig sivjrls anrl erJjj- hies -you could wish for. It Mrs. L. Uanlii' aitd Miss Harriii' arc .spending a few days in Thn Art Noodle Work clnh will meet on Monday afternoon witli Mrs. A. (i31 15 th stret't S. Dr. and MM. Campbell, who havo; been visitinp in the east for the past, niontli, expected home today. j Ikles-yoii could wish I'or. It'makes a Mrs. S. .1. Shfjiiicrd ami (laugiuer Ifiiic dresslni; for ihc iiair, too, keep-i left this afternoon to spend a ample ing it so soft and histrmiK. j of weeks at Banfi. j A few ounces of liquid ............s i where, can of course IK- fount! in win drug store, will keep the hair tjurly Mr' Mrs' i, for weeks. lt is noiilicr stk-kv nor Honday" for B. t., where, but quite ulr-asant to use. It they wi.l spend the next two weeks.: should applied yi nitfin wjiii a Mrs. C. Ximmoiisof evi" is s'ucst of her sister, Miss Olive' Turner' Avonlea apartments. (.ootli and curlings will bs (lenco in llio morning. Host of all, one who acquires the silnierine habit need uover again report lo the har- 'harouK eliding A Splendid List Of Saturday Night Specials at The Bay Raincoats in a Special Sale at Smart style Waterproofs for men. Raglan sleeves, buttoun close to Hit; throat. Cut large and Good materials Bargains At Our Popular Candy Counter gary Herald. Mr. N'orris Slulzc is spending tin- summer months with his parents Mr. and Mrs. A. StoUe. Ihc bridge and wireless. heard j (the wireless cruelilu and afterward I learned that tlie captain had sent out! Mrs. Jas. Fecney, of EvansvilU1, fa n-ireles caff for I rnd.( is visiting her brother, Mr. Oeo. "The third shut came within a few seaman, en route to San Francisco, j more than rive. j_0s Angeles and Sari Diego, 'passed very close over the deck. In i .t-ic oncer, were order, j from excitedly, but calmly, as if tlie order ti was just every-day aUair. "There anjiearet! to bn no excite- ment on the surface. All aboard, pas-j gangers and crew and officers, seem- j ed outwardly calm. 'All imsseiigerH 10 tlie deck be- was the order. It was ob'jyed, cjuickly, and without excitement. "As the passeuyerB went down the steps, the lifeboats were lowered a few feet to the level of the deuk be- low. The passengers assemliled in their places quietly. I went ibelow with Mr. and Mrs. P. inoming for Halifax, Hoy left this N." S., whert they visit ior the remainder 01 the summer. Sam Sapwski.. well-known local violinist, who..is now located at Medi- cine J-Jat, returned to that city today, after spending a holiday in the city with his par.ents. Miss iruugu uij rtaiiKhtor Acnes accompanied The the and they will apend the holidays at! a but I failed to llnd any- Vancouver i ing more than the vessel which at- ATTACKED LINER New York, N.Y., July KosenkranU, one of a group with the captain on the bridge of the Or- el lina, when she was attacked by a German, submarine, described the at- tack in detail. was fired; A. few minutes before, tliat j however, we saw a small sailing ship S. Bacon Hillocks M.P.P. OF CALGARY One of Alberta's Star Orators, will address the Closing sftrj Prohibition Campaign in Lethbridge -1. MONDAY, 8 p m Open Air Meet" ing on the AYrstminstei School Good Musical Progiam (IF THE WEATHER IS UNSUITABLE THE MEETING WILL BE HELD IN WESTMINSTER CHURCH) 2. TUESDAY, 6.45 p Open Air Meob in Staftorchille (opposite Post 3. TUESDAY. 8 A Citizens' M feting in lac Tliealre Subject: "The Higher Ideals of Modern Citizenship" Come And Hear The Last Word i "We left Liverpool about 2.30 o'-jjnst ahead of us. She had two Ani- clock on the afternoon of Thursday, crican flags painted on the side that .he said. At 5.50 o'clock by j was turned to us. She was broadside my watch the first missile, a torpedo, to us, and seemed to be. beating up into Uie wind. We could see her over the bows. "Captain Taylor apparently became suspicious of this boat. We noticed that the course of the ship was at once changed, so that the 'iittle ves- sel ahead would he" given a wide berth. I could see that we would pass far astern of her if we kept to the new course. Was Hiding Submarine "Some of those aboard believed that the sailing ship was hiding a sub- marine behind her. Of this I can- not say. Thomas H. Graham, of Liverpool, one of the passengers on deck at -_the time of the attack, interrupted Baron Rosenkrantz to express his firm con- viction that was the .case. 'We passed the sailing ship :at a Considerable distance. Havlhg done this, most of us. forgot Baron Rosenkrantz continued: "A few minutes after we hail left her behind, I looked through my glasses over'the'sea, and saw-a white streak coming toward UB through the water. I wasn't sure at first it was a streak, i such as'the wake of a torpedo or the periscope of a submarine, bbut It was soon settled. 'It was a torpedo; We'cauld see it coming towards -us at high: speed. 'When if appeared-to be naif a mile or so off, the Orduna seemed to ijump ahead, and a second afterward to swerve to one side. It looked as if the torpedo would strike us if----- 'But it did -not. It passed niore I than ten yards behind the rudder, churning up a white wake of foam as passed by. 'A short time after.the torpedo had clipped past the Orduna's may have been fifteen minutes, it may have been thirty marine came into" sight We were not. specially surprised' f.o see her but what did surprise us was ner-lo- cation. The torpedo had come at us from the port, arid the .submarine which now 'loomed up. was abaft starboard quarter. This may have been accounted for by the fact that Captain Taylor had been speeding the Orduna in-'a ?As- zag- course. Possibly, it was another submarine, I don't know Optned Fire "At 'any rate she opened fire on us at once. She seemed to have the too.. The first shell fell iin comfortably near, .ijp., a- fountain of water. Captain .Taylor sweived again, and showed the sub marine only the liner's stern, making as small a target as possible Before the "first shot was fired, however. Immediately after the tor pedo missed us. the stewards'ran to the staterooms and told the passen- gers lo get ready. Most of the pas- sengers- were asleep. They dresed hurriedly, them with the as- sistance of the stewards ami-steward- esses, and when' the first shot was fired we were.aserabled -oiuthc .upper declt, each, passenger at his place at-the lifeboats. Call Tor Help i eferiger a. lifebf It, 'The second over the heiids paasengeri. We could hear the scream of the s.nell. ently .the .auibuiariiie was aiming at Vp eighteen Utah boy is jlipMiiverttor of a combined rule and triaftglo that solves problems m trig onometry, geometry and mechanical drawing .ujsb Bruce of Toronto, who has; Mr! and Mrs. Rylanda could not see very well, so I came g T 8tre'et'South, left yes-j hack up on -the deck and looked the'coast. -Mrs. Rylands i acc0mpanied sea thing tacked us was ;i submarine. "After tlie third shot ihc real chase began. Through my glasses I could see the submarine coming fast with a bone in her.-teeth, with the of the wares n-asJiina 'back over liei bows. A fourth shot whistled over our heads. Orduna was gaining. She ran a zig-zag course, all the time show ing the submarine only the stern and out manoeuvring her pursuer. The distance .between us grew distant, the shots became fewer and finally after about one hour the shots censer! alto- gether and the submarine disappear- ed. Warships Answer Call "Some little time after the subma- rine -disappeared a small vessel which appeared to be very fast and was evidently a converted yacht, came close by and steamed along with for a little distance. I afterwards learned that this .vessel was a war ship and I was told on the way across that four Dritish' warships bad an- swered the wireless 'S.O.S.' call of the Orduna and 'had started towards ufe They were turned back, I was told, when we were out of danger. I cannot therefore understand whj no news of the attack .had reached America for it was certainly known the British Admiralty. Nor can I understand why'Uie Admiralty fail- ed to give us a convoy 'The day we sailed n few hours be- fore we were attacked -we passed HIP White Star liner Adriatic bound in from New York. She convoyed uy two torpedo ;boat destroyers. On the afternoon of July- -1'ith, a very pretiy wedding j L took place at St. Andrew's Manse, Nanton, when Mr." lilven Ernest Hcmbree u[ Nanton, was united in marriage to Miss. Lottie Cochlin, of Stavely. Inspector and Mrs. Hmnbr spent] yesterday .in ilie cily with Mr. and Mrs. A. C, Sauuders, on their way to Kegina, after spending their hon- eymoon touring California. The Hudson's Bay tea room was in charge oE the Daughters of t-he Em- pire yesterday afternoon and was very Veil patronized. Mrs. llohinson .Mrs. Downer, Mrs. Mucrell-Wright Mrs. Wadrtington and Miss Phillips looked -atter the tea tables, which werft df-corated with- flowers kindly donated by Frachc Bros. The wedding of Miss Ada Smalley, 01 Cilgan daughter of Smarter Tsq of Notting- ham. to Mr. Henry Theodore Cnlpoys, second son of William Col- poys, Esq., Middlesex, Eng., was solemnized at the Pro- Cathedral, Calgary, by the Very-Rev Dean Pa'get, "Assisted by the Rev. S.. Witidteton. of Macteod, The beautifully gowned in white silk with large white hat trimmed with orange, blossoms and carried a handsome' ivory prayer, book, the gift of the bridegroom. She was given iv by Mr. Chas. K. Underwood, of Jilacleod, and attended Miss Teckna, of Calvary, ar, bridesmaid. Mr. William Colpoys of Namaka, bro- ther of the groom, acted, as best roan, Oolpoys engaged in ndian work at St. Paul's -Mission, Slcod Summer's Touchy Appetite Calls foi food Iliat is lo diiresl mid noiuishmg but not lo Ihc blood Grape-Nuts FOOD of wlicaU and this rcquire- nicnl lias a most delicious, nul-hke But most important. dupe-Nuts is full ol N.ihue's nclicsl nourishment lliaL builds nene, muscle, bone and hinin in a way that .ippe.ils lo thinking people cveij and has made the food famous. Giapc-Xuls is long-baked, pniliallj pie-dnjcilrd and ccommno.il no icadj lo eat dnect fiom package ''There's a Reason" For Grape-Nuts MADE IN CANADA Sold In Oiocrrs Cnndilinn Postum Ccic.il Co, Ltd, Windsor. Out 25clb IMPERIAL CARAMELS TOASTED MARSHMELLOW8 SALTED PEANUTS MAPLE WALNUT TURKISH DELIGHT GANONG'S and LOWNEY'S Delicious Bulk Chocolates, just fresh opened up; per pound 40c, 50e and 7oc GUM Spearmint and Licorice 12 packets for wW' The Ready-to-Wear Offers Dresses at 79c Just such dresses little tots and rompaJmuts need for sum- mer vacation wear. Well made in fine ginghams and Scotch prints and will stand the wash tub test. Sizes from 3 to 14 years. Values to 79c An Absolute Clearance of these Ladies' Footwear, values to Tins lot consists of our newest models in Ladies' Pumps and Oxfords. Black and tan. The quantity is limited. .lust 35 pairs all told. Sizes 3V4 to 4.......... 50c Sum met' 50e Special Purchase of Pure Silk Ribbons A limited quantity of 500 yards of this lovely 5 inch Silk Taf- feta Ritfton. Choose from pink, sky, navy. red. nel rose, brown, white and black. Tonight only per yard Curtains! Curtains! Just small clearing lots, six pairs only. Ecru Curtains; regular To clear at per pair Six pairs only Ecru Curtains To clear at per pair 70c 5c 5c Music 50 copies of Popular Edition Sheet Afusie to be placed at Hudson's Bay Co. Mount Royal College CALGARY. A High-clan Retidential ind Day College for Boys and Young Men, Qirll Young OPENINO-OE'PAULVTERM, MONDAY, SEPT. 13th, 1915. BUSINESS Stenography, AcoouuUncr, writing, etc. Consen'atory Vocal, Instrumental and Theory. and High School Grades, prenanrtion for the Tint' and Teachers Ladles' College. Course foi Olris, French ConverMtian Cluio. PINE Painting. Water Color', Leather Work, Etc EXPRESSION AND PHYSICAL Public HOUSEHOLD SCIENCE For full information and Calendar apply <'5 i' REV. GEORGE W. KIRSY, B A, DD ________ PAID TOO MUCH FOR- WAR BIKES Ottawa, July .Thomas, motor expert for ..the government, testified Lliis mottling beiore the Dav- idson commission that the, go-eru- ment bought bicvcles from the Can- ada and Motor company, aflih ated Mith the RnsBCll and irom the Planet Cjclc Co for each He declared that th" cjcles could been purchased wholesale for and thai the department had in its possession a-rereipt for t-iie amount lor one cycle so purchased i To bring the bicycles up to standard onlv SffHO was leceived for additional equipment This would male the pnto wholesale as against actiialh paid by the goi- enmienfc. Major T homas further testified that T. A. RussclL-.had the samfeivprice for Kclh Springfield motor trucks as thp Thomas had He had same discount; of 35 per cent but had absorbed 15 per cent of this Get a Farm Your Own TAKE 20 YEARS TO PAY if sou wish Tlie iiupport I von and pay for itself An immense area of the most fertile land m West fjnsilp for waio-ot lou prices and easy ranging from to for firm lands with ample irrigated lands from One-twentieth down 20 years In irrigation districts, loan for farm-buildings, etc, up also in Uventj eat only 6 per cent Here Is lour op- portunity to increase jour farm hold Ings by getting adjoining land, or se- cure iottr friends MS neighbors literature and r, T CAMERON, of Lindl i Daft, of Natural C C.R CALGARY.....' ALTA OR WILSON ft SKtITH Women troubled consttttion find Recall Orderlies far to the usual harsh purgative Higinbotham ft, Co, Limited. The Store, lOc, 25c and" 50c Prohibition a Addresses; WESTMINSTER METHODIST CHURCH Sunday, July 18 11 A A C. Bryan Buii" 7 30 P.M Rev. J. B frinclfkj? "Firing the Shot" 0' A-n to the u-cilltd Cm-? an' Letter ef Tutidiy, July It. HEARTY I" XvWA A. ;