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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRID'CE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN Another List of Rummage Sale Raroainsfor a Busy Day Tomorrow BUNGALOW NETS P T0 Eoru shaiio Curtain Keif, .il new designs; a complete .clearance ot these nets al half prloe. NEW SCRIM VOILES ON SALE.. _ White or linen shade wi.ll neat roso border; only three pieces to clear at this price 20c EVERY DAY ABUSY DAY-NO LET UP TO A SALE LIKE THI8-NEW BARGAINS'AT PRI': CES OF THE YEAR. New Belts and Neckwear New black and white In leatli. er and silk bells, with middy lies lo inalch. On sale each nOc and LITTLE TOTS' P.LAY 'SUITS VV White or cudot 'Oliver. Twist Itouipers, 2 to 6 years, on sale tomorrow, reg. 90c ana 15c GIRLS' FINE COTTON VESTS Three dozen Girls' Kino Jer- sey Vests with short sleeves, all 20c NEW. AUGUST HOME JOURNALS The new .Journals are now on sale; it's a splendid issue with a clover cover design': EMBROIDERED C1 OQ UNO'SKIRTS to A dozen or so slightly soiled, White" Underskirts' that were good value at 53.00 to ALL OUR SULK PARA- 1 .SOLS REDUCED 3 Giving' you a cliolce of all our Silk parasols; tomorrow at dis- count of 33 per cent.' FINE SWISS CORSET EMBROID'RY Pine Swiss, with neat em- broidered edge, worth as high as 50c.' MORE-WHITE DRESS SKIRTS The last of those While Indian Mead Wash Skirts, buttons down front, all sizes. NEW SUMMER DRESS MATERIALS Aii our Wash Materials, In Voiles, Crepes, Chiffons, etc.; worth as high as a yard. 6 CROSS BAR MUS- LIN KERCHIEFS A neat hemmed edge Cross Bar iMuslin Kerchief nesday only. A GAUZE SILK STOCKING Too much stock, so out they go. 10 dozen Ladles' tan, white 01 black Silk Hose. 89c 19c 25c sale Wed- 59c WAISTS THAT SOLD UP TO JliddioB ami'Embroidery Waists sizes 36-38 only, about 3 doz. In the'ible waist special. FAMOUS C. M. C. SUPPORTER The well known C. M. C. Chil- dren's Hose Supporters, white or 'black, sold all over for iic. WHITE LISLE THREAD GLOVES Fine While Male Gloves, with gauntlet sold regu- larly at Toe: pair. CHILDREN'S PURE' SILK HOSE Children's white, tan, sky ami pink ribbed Silk Hoae, sizes 5Vi to 7V4; regular up to 75c pair. 85c 19c 19c 1st Prize I. a Ladies' All Wool Serfle Suit, with a Guaranteed Satin Lining, new style. Thl. suit In the r.gular way for Get a coupon. The Suit may be ____ CON DUCT I NO A REAL SALE RYLANDSKO. THE SALE ENDS ON SATURDAY .ftrn. Harnaley Is entertaining al the -ioa hour Oils afternoon. lir. D. .A. Taylor Is unending a cou- ple ot weeks at Ihe Alpine club. Dr. Parry of Aladood is visiting 1'rlimds'ln'iho ''', The executive of the local cnaulcr of the I.O.D.K. will meet tomorrow In t Y.M.O.A. al 3.30 The Winnifred Agricultural society held Its third annual picnic on Fri- day 'last, and a large crowd was In attendance from the .adjacent conn- try. The. oroun in the Winnifred country, .are In excellent condition, and the fanners consequently are in Rood spirits anil hopeful for the Inl- Mrs Duff and Mrs. Starnes have! During- the .afternoon were made before (lie s issued' Invitations for an al home on Thursday afternoon. made before Captain (lie assenib ed o, W! Gables lawn, opposite the uosl office I Farmers' Elevator Co at W and li. A. Parker of Bow Island, one of the directors of the Alberla Co-Op- erative Farmers' Elevator Co. During the 'afternoon there WT.K a programme of sports, with the follow- ing res.llitsi Boys' race. 10 years and Cranbrook Herald r Mrs. fi. W. Geraiil Webb; L', John Angle. Had, a Irihtison and familv left Similar ai-l penknife. for a visit (if two wccksw'ith Boys' race, 15 years and under-1, lumiuii i........ Leo BM6lmLS Watch; 2, ThoniiiB Simp- son, knife. Rose Harris, box tomorrow evening. Miss Nettle Urch. who has been spending a few days wlih .Miss He'i- eua Simpson, returned to tier home In .Monarch ibis afternoon. friends .it Alta Mrs. Hall's section of Lad- ies' home econ o es will meel fur sewiin at the [of candy; hmi.y Sheil, of Mrs C K. liison, 1212 Oirls under 15-1, C. H. BELANGER, President Licensed Victuallers' Association of Alberta, has issued the following statement: "We arc all well acquainted with the that through the farmer's labor the duces the material containing the wine, beer and spirits, and also that such was the desire of the Almighty at the time of Creation. Therefore we must all admit the use of it but prevent the abuse. We, the Licensed Vic- tuallers Association, through our resolutions of the past six. years, can prove that we en- dorse the strict regulation and constant im- provement of same. We are always prepared to meet the wishes of the public in regard to the ainendinent of the Liquor License Ordin- ance when presented by any fair-mirifled body of business men. (Signed) "C. H. BELANGER, "Pres. Licensed Victuallers Assn." Bernice Gee; 2 S at 3 o'ciodi Wcdnfsda1. afternoon Bo-vs' cash prize won bv Ktlward Ijieuliurt Jitui Mrs A M. Moe left on Momlav af-i Orville Lines. tcrnoon for Vancouver and Nanaimo, 100.yards men s race won by G. A. vherr si e will be the guest of her Dulmase. was one years sister Jlrs. R. H. Ormimd, for some subscription' Lethbrldse Hor- wceks' -Man- Murphy was the winner Mrs 0 Davies, .ith .We. the fifty yards clash for women, left vestenlav for Calgary, where she the prize being an ornamental glass will'visit her daughter, Mrs. Win. Wower vase 'donated- by the Globe Xiven 1122 17th Avt. west, ior some; store, iimp The half-mile pony race was won Tom Dunn first, and Vivian Odney The.SI Mary's W.A. is holding anisecond. ce-cream social on luwn, Twelfth' streel North. Thursday even- ing, al S o'clock. Games, competi- and other amusements will be provided. .Mr. and Mrs. li. T. Brymner and Miss Bessie Haze'il, who took part in a concert at Raley on Friday night for the Patriotic Fund, and in one at Cardston Saturday night for the Red Cross Fund, have returned home. 10 BY BIG Conn Juh 20 Vp pnoximatch 1000 machinists atcorci to the estimates 01 the labor leaders on strike this iltei noon al the works 01 the Remington Arms and Ammunition company and lour sub-contractois The men walked oil at their limoh hour and the labor leaders asserted they would hot go back. Plans were uncle for Hit men on strike to atlcnd a mass meeting lat Victor Brown Has Been Wounded er in the afternoon, where they would be placed on the strike benefit pay roll at i week "Neither Samuel Gompcrs nor. the President 01 the United States stop this strlle Saul J Kcppler International of the machinists union Mr Gomp ers as head of the American Feder- ation of Labor has called a confer ence of machinists officials at Wash- ington, but those in charge of the situation here assert they, wall cot heed the call Within a week according to plans of the labor leaders all work, on the Remington plants and in the factor ies of sub wil> be it a standstill. There arc from eight to ten thousand persons omplmed h; the Remington concern and it is es limatcd that, including other local factories, or more would .be thrown out ot emploxmenl The general strike situation was further complicated last night when Achbishop and Winnipeg announce the engagement asaj of their daughter, Adele Constance, to Mr. Desmond Fitzgerald, son of Mr. Charles B. Fitzgerald of Nenagh, Ire- land. The marriage will take place early in September. The engagement is announced oi Jliss Winnifred 51. Dodge, Newport, N S., to Mr. William D. King, man ager of the Bank of. No'va Scotia, The marriige will takt place till, fust week in HugiKt at Ml ind C 1 ind lamth ot Lethbrtilge ale the guisti of "Mrs s pin-nt- Dr and Mis J.' K. Barrett, at their summer home, Coney Island, Lake sit the N oods A very quiet wedding ceremony was Victor Brown, well known in Leth- bridge and Taber, has been wounded in action and Is how al a field hos- pital in France, according to word received at Taller today; Vic writes that he is not badly wounded an Matheson of' expects, to get into the firing line] Vic. enlisted at Taber and went with the Lethbridge con- tingent of the tirst' overseas conting- ent. He'was' later transferred to the Strathcona Horse, hut when he went to the front he went right into the trenches. Another Taber lad, L- Rus- despatch .rider al British headquarters. W H A T E X P L AIN S IT S ENOKM-OUS POPULARITY BLUE RIBBON TEA Is always the same perfect tea. Its quality never changes. Users know it is the Best Tea. Ask for it by name Send this Advertisement with 25 cents to Blue Ribbon. Limited. Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. and address plainly. performed at Christ church __ Cnn iirdok: on Wednesday .morning, ,luly 11 b) V II Bridge uho un ited in the-holy bonds o! wedlock I Miss Miuon Rumsei eldest diugh j tel of Mr ind Mrs J L of that city, nllil Mr. Cornelius Van who has h-en in the cniplm of the C. P. R. there for the past several years. The 'autumn of 1915 will see Ihe ad- nission of Alberta's firsl woman Kradnale m law lo Ilia bar iliss Lri iaii Ruby Clements, :B.A., of Vegre- is Ihe clever woman who has lad Ihe perseverance to conclude the aw: course, and when the results of the examinations held in conneclion with the Law Society of Alberta were made known lecenth her name ap peared as successful m insslng the Tinal examination? Aikens to Stand For Brandon Brandon, Juh Jamri cns was chosen Conser- vatne candidate for Brandon at the forthcoming provincial election at a well attended meeting here tonight. (I'he candidate outlined his plat- form as doclded upon at the recent Convention in Winnipeg and giv- en an ovation at the close denied strongly any interference from Ottawa in making his decision to accept (he leadership of the party and declared that he stood or fell by by the principle of total prohibition. READY FOR ilLLETT'Sl LYE J CLEANS DISINFECTS THIS LYE IS ABBOLUTELY IFFEBENT FROM ,MPURE AND HIGHLY ADULt- ERATED HOW SOLO. it became known vigorous attempts w ere being made to bring out a largt, force of Hungarians working for the Remington corppanv ol Ihe sub con tractors Ihe Hungarians weie urged to attend a strike meeting tonight At all the meetings the strike fiitua tion was [..considered but no definite actions were liken 'O far as could he learned. The hod-carriers ed to walk out with the machinists at. their meeting Other Strikes Ordered in addition lo the new plant of the Remington Arms 'and Ammunition Co., strike calls were today called for the machinists working in the. Brldge- T port Engineering plant, the Columbia Washington, D.C July ,20 -Pram- j EM Co ana the Gay dent Woodrow Wilson .and the Cabin- Co The men et, after two hours' 't walk out at noon. Less than approved the final draft of Ihe note lo Germany Cabinet officers refused to discusi its contents, to intimate how the insistence of the United States to obtain a definite answer to Us repre- sentations on submarine warfare had i been phrased The new nole n-lll be reaJ> in u day or Iwo fop dispalch to Berlin Seme changes suegesled at today's meeting -will he Incoitioraled, and after a careful re.islon by Secretary Lansing, It will be cabled to Ambas- sador Gerard Publication win be withheld until (the note actually has been receded in Berlin. ORILLIA CITY HALL OrillU, Ont, July more than the bare walls remM (tahding of the fine mimi'cipaT and house building, which burned Saturday The municipal records ncnujtaed. The total loss Investigation of Mine Explosion Being Resumed rernie Juh 11 to the Ilei His Honor Judge torin ened cotirt llus morning -inn ,tne re uciring in the cise of the B 9 mine explosion al Coil Cieek which oc cirred1 Jan 3nd wai titen nn Chief Aline Inspector Thomas, Graham nor Manufacturing Co were to walk o.ut at noon. 1000 machinists are emplojed in the three last-named concerns PORT HOPE BOY DROWNED tort Hope Ont Julv the beach' yesterdav afternoon the ten 'H: Moffatt lost, his ear old son of A life while 'lintMns Sir ttilind I.annrr adAwscil eat LfTfultine mceillii! The Pink of Health is every woman's light; but many are troubled with sallow complexions, headaches, bac'aiches, low they learn that sure relief may be-fcjr.d in Jksed a of Victoria.'is in charge of the examin- ation on behali 01 the province ami i Sherwood HeiHinicr is repicsentirg Mine Maniger C infieln Pit Bo's Me Faililen being ibscnt eourt wis ad louned lor hall in hour When he ip peared it was found that ho hid no counsel and T further idjonrnmcnt wis taken until 1 tin, alternoon Wlmt is pract talh a new trial or examination is being held b) Judge I onn in wlucl the taken before Commissioner Stewart is not being used The legal phase is de i eloping much more ol a fijlt than was apparent it the first lion and nn points of are being oicrlookcd hi counsel Mr is now acting for Overman Alcradileli and igamst these two astute practitioners Mr Graham is hciiic made to fifcht lor the province CTPIV poss hie bit ol llie ra c will ocuipi dajs and is considerable atten feteic a Galicnn wholus been confined in the jail hero slrcr the vies g Qf mlcinment caminign ahonf two months ago got i hcirmg before Colonel this and upon his pro ifucrs nail rjwulion papers tikcn .ml it 51 icleod in 1808, wab allowed his libirti Follow the Crowd to SIMPSON'S CLEARING The Best and Biggest Sale We Have Ever Put On satisfied that a.ll we advertise is carried out to th'e letter. '..You cannot' get past the astounding bargains facing you at every turn. But Here's a New One Women's TWEED SUITS just TEN Suits to be sold at this price. The styles are good, ma- terials English Tweed Mixtures, coats all Satin lined, skirts medium width. Sizes, 32, 34, and 36. BE QUICK IF YOU WILL HAVE ONE OF Save Money on Everything You Buy. continue, all this week, but Come Early and Get beat choice. y THE SIMPSON CO. J -4 _, ;