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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1017 THE LETI-fcrniDGE DAILY HRrtSLT*' PAGE SEVEN R YLANDS' RUMMAGE SALE GROWS BIGGER & BETTER EVERY DAY. WE'RE TOO BUSY TO GIVE YOU A LIST OF THE MANY BARGAINS FOR TOMORROW MORNING. WE MUST DO WHOLE DA YS BUSINESS IN5 HOURS AS THE STORE WILL BE CLOSED on WED MILADI Mrn. A. M. Uifferty is spending a .Mr. and Mrs. .lames Short of Cal-fo\v days at tho Ross Ranch, gary iirn the gnosis of Dr. and Miss AFTERNOON "YOU'VE SEEN THE REST-NOW SEE THE BEST "SOMETHING DIFFERENT EVERY DAY" OPTION GRANTED TO 'PEG DEALER Some time ago it was reported that tho Diamond Coal Co. property at Diamond City had been sold by Winnipeg people to Chicago interests for n figure approaching three-quarters of n million. At tho time there was some doubt locally as to tho correctness of tho report, owing to the fact that the property is tied up in tho courts. Word has now been received indicating that the sale has not been made but that an option on the property for $G75,000 cash and bonds has boon given in tho Supreme Court of Alberta to II. V. Hudson, of Winnipeg, who is known to bo acting for American capitalists. Tho option was granted yesterday morning in Calgary by Mr. Justice Ives in chambers, on application of T. M. Tweedie acting for tho Trusts and Guarantee Co., permanent liquidators and trustees for tho bondholders. Every effort is being made by the trustees of tho property to dispose of it at a reasonable iiguro so that it may be brought back to a producing state. The property is heavily encumbered by a bond issue of about $700,000 and $175,000 unpaid mortgages and miscellaneous charges. Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Harmon are on n visit to the eastern Htates. *j . . Mr. and Mrs. II. Holman aro spending a few days in Calgary. ... Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Mitchell and children urn leaving tills week for Alaska.    Mr. .Fas. W. lloulton of this city is registered at the Brentwood Hotel, Tod Inlet, Vancouver Inland.  * ' Miss r,. 13. Coffin nnd Miss Jessie ('imn are In Banff, staying at tho Y. W. C. A', camp.   I Miss Constance llowson of the Union Bank left today for Plncher Creek, to which point she has been transferred. i ... | Mrs. R. II. Watson and daughter ; Janet, of Mountain Bark., Alta., aro visiting Mrs. G. A. Thompson, 7th | St. south. i m   | Tho Honorable Duncan MarBliall | and Mrs. Marshall have issued invito-; tions for their annual garden feto at [ tho beautiful homo near Olds, on Fri-! day, July 31. This la nevor a formal afternoon affair, but an all day gathering, which includes all their friends in illo constituency. A number of friends will go down from Kdmonton and up from Calgary, and scores will drive or motor from all parts of the country. As usual Mrs. Marshall will bo assisted in receiving and entertaining tho many guests by the officers of tho local branch of the Womon's Institute. Refreshments will be served from a huge marquee on tho lawn.  � * > * ? RED CROSS NOTES. ? > �'��:. i r f 3 > s it{ �i iff; \ i i j�r j t : �'i tilt "!! v\ � i 24 07774774 ;