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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JULY 21. I'HO THE LKTUBmiXiK DAILY HERALD 10 Condemn Shell Committee Also For' Awarding Contract for Graze Fuses To The United States At Every Age constipation can best be overcome by the gentlebutsurclaxative with the pleasant taste .July 21. Toward iliu ron- slusloii of their the Meredith- Duff commiiuiion. who reported Lo the government nlKht on their lind- 11 gs in the recent shell investigation, leal with Allison's with ontracts. and BUI to that Allison's explanation cannoi, be accented by .liein. "After having given the- mutter the 1 gravest "they say, "we 'are compelled to the conclusion that Allison's explanation cannot he ac- cepted, and to Hud that, white pro- fessing to he aciing as the friend of Genc-ral Hughes ami to be doing what fie did solely out of friendship for him, and without, expectation or in- iSpocml Crcnnii'iT But- ter, 2 Ibs. for'... 65c Speci.'il Fresh Miiile jiu-'v's Diiij'v Butter, povlk tSh'icl-Ly .Frjpli 2-dox. for ......v'55c time, it was brought into by a group of men of high .standing. The report deals at JuiiRih with tliu contract with iliti American Ammum- tlon Co. for graze at which was the big feature of the Inquiry. They do not consider that because the minister of rnilithi .signed the con- tract H was his ecu tract. It was, they find, (lie contract of Hie shell com-j mission. The price paid to the coin-1 puny for time- t'uaos is found lo bo j reasonable but in (he opinion of the I commissioners the prices paid for. graze fuses was excessive. The re- port dec IB :U length with the dis- crimination against Canadian manu- facturers. While upholding the action tention of any remuneration j of (he shell commission in rerard to for his services, .Allison, was instr mental in bringing about a contract in which through lite agreement with Yoakum in February, 1915, he was pecuniarily interested with the know- ledge that he would be entitled to equally with Yookum in any benefit that Yoakum might receive, from commission or otherwise. We have only to add Mint, if we had come to a different conclusion and had ac- cepted Allison's statement, we would liave been hound io say that his con- thict in tailing the benefit of the agreement as to commission and ac- cepting the right to share in it equally with Yoakum. without informing Gen. Hughes and the shell commission and obtaining their consent, could 'not he cithbr justified or excused." The commissioners add that their remarks apply with equal force to the1 commissions to which Allison would iiavc been entitled from the Edwards Valve Mfg. Co., had the contract with that company been carried out on the .erms arranged by him. The commis- sioners flnd that they do not agree vith the argument advanced by isel r'or Mr. Kyte, that in placing and awarding of the contracts the shell commission was influenced by Gen. eral Hughes. They are of the opinion that this contention is not well, fquml- They decline to believe thai the Betters written by Sir Sam Hughes lo General Bertram, which were pro- duced, were oE improper character. In regard to the contract with the Inter- national Fuse Co. for time fuses at Burns Shamrock Cookd Ham, per II) 40( Burns Jellied Ox 45 Burns Hum Bologna. per lb. 2Q Burns' Tomnto Sausage. I'cHb. 25c Ask for Dominion Peamealed Back Bacon There is nodiing nicer on the market iiy at dependable inar- cts, that ront'onii lo Hit' 'nre Food Laws ol'. Can- da. Bn Co. Limited AVE. SO.UTH. PHONES 412 1333 DOMINION MARKET COR., 4TH AVE. GTH ST. S., PHONE 1654 PALACE ST. N., PHONE 431 SG.50 the evidence commissioners say that the establishes that no commia- sion was paid to any one in connection with the contract. They think that company was wrongly described as a the letting of contracts for time fuses, the commissioners add: "What we have said as to time fuses does not apply to graze fuses. It is undoubted that that type of fuse could have been produced in Canada, within the time required by the Canadian manu- facturers has been demonstrated by what they and especially the Russell Motor company have since done." Touching on Col. Carnegie's respon- sibility, the commissioners say they do not doubt that he was actuated by what he rightly deemed to be the urgent need of. the case and that noth- ing which is said in any of the criti- cism is intended tr. reflect upon his honesty and integrity. The commis- sioners express the opinion that at the time the contract was let would have been a fair price for graze fuses instead of The loss to the Imperial government had, however, been minimized owing-lo the fact that owing to the failure in making deliv- eries the contract was cancelled and the price reduced. The commission- i era think it regrettable that Colonel I Carnegie did not inform the other I PHONE 1224 TURDAY The Ladies of the 1. 0. D. K. were In charge of the Hudson's Bay tea rooms this afternoon. Miss Leah Simni and -Mhis Ethel I Harding left this morning for Banff j to spend their vacation. The Misses llhea and Etliel Kaake are spending the with Kruno parents Mr. and Mrs. C. Uchlin, Chatham and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dresden, Out. Mr. ami" Mrs.. K. J. Gordon 'of Kd- monton are in the city staying at the Alexandra. They -.nil shortly take up their residence in the city. AHNEV The marriage took place yesterday it the Woslej parsonage, Lethbridge, j of Miss Sarah "Bell Mrlntyre to -Mr. j ltd ward of Vulcan. Rev. j C. II. Cobhledick performed the cere- mony. The young people left fpr a short honeymoon at the Pacific Coast which they will take up their the fact that the contracts with the American Ammunition Co. included fuses of a kind which could have been produced in Canada with due expedition. The commissioners are not inclined to think that the contracts were let to the United States firms on account of pressure "higher ups." After quoting evi- dence on this point given by Lloyd Harris and T. A. Russell the commis- sioners say that while the two wit- nesses undoubtedly reflected the im- pression made upon their minds by what was said of Gen. Bertram and mushroom company" b.-.ause, Col. Carnegie, there was no evidence it was a newly organized concern such a pressure had been used by Sir which failed to make deliveries on Sam Hughes. members of the shell commission of residence at the ranch of Mr. Arney ARE RETIRED Saloniki, July royal decree was published here today retiring th Greek army officers who were impli- cated in the wrecking ol the offices of PisoaliK and Hie mor- tal wounding of the editor. SIR VICTOR HORSLEY DEAD London, July Victor Hors- ley, a noted surgeon, died from a heat stroke in Mesopotamia Sunday. He 3 born in 1857 and was created a knight in "Lyoz. He was emeritus pro- fessor of clinical surgery and consult- ing surgeon 'at the University College Hospital since VALUABLE. -COPPER FIND RE- PORTED IISTNORTHBRN MANITOBA Winnipeg, July Erring- ton, who lias just come down rora The Pas, states that a sensational mineral find has been made in the hinterland It Is a great deposit of copper that runs in value1 to a ton and tons have been blocked out )y means of diamond drill tests. The deposit Is located near the Manitoba boundary in the Beaver Lake district, northwest of The Pas. The deposit was discovered by a prospector sonio mouths ago. Soldiers in camp at London. Out., roni -North Perth, declare that they were to a great extent responsible for he Liberal .victory. They declare this s only the start and that every man nd his relatives will vote with the jiberals as a protest ngainst Sam lughes' treatment of troops. Local Man Is Trimmed by Marked Deck A quiet marriage was solemnized on Wednesday, July 19lh, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Garrow, Grammi, Alta-., when their daughter Gladys became the wife of Mr. Robert. B. Mackay of Let lib ridge. Rev. John Mc- Jnnes officiating. Both the contracting 'parties'are well known in the Granuin and Clarcsholm districts and were the recipients or many handsome pres- ents. The bride wore a becoming cos- tume of sea-green LarTeta and carried a bouquet of white carnations. On j their return from a short honeymoon, Mr. and Mrs. Mackay will- reside in Lethbridge, where the bridegroom is a popular membei or the Canadian Bank of Commerce. DO NT FDRCET WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER Plnase noNFy CENTRAL PROVINCIAL COMMITTEE i EDMONTON. HnwardSfutcftbury, ffffcfc Returned Soldiers' Bureau, LETHBRIDGU, ALBERTA, J. R, OLIVER, City Clerk, Secy. John Burdack an Austrian, assisted by John Lallos had the temerity to flimflam Vn.1 Pilling out of JiS pn Wed- nesday night by means of a cold deck in a stud poker game, according to the story told the police by the vic- tim. TJie two men were caught and after a trial ending yesterday after- noon, they were dismised on charge cheating at cards, hut BnH dach was sent up for thirty days on a vug charge... XV. V. Poapst. defended. According to Filling's story, he play- ed for an hour and a half with an un- marked deck of cards and lost Then the marked deck was switched j in on and he kept 'logins ste'ad- ly until within four hours his pile was dissipated. For the last naif hour of play ho was suspicious that he was the victim, and finally he was sure of it, so put the cards in. 'his pocket and called the police. ingeniously around the bonier was a row of leaves. A little retouching of the leaf on the upper right hand corner meant that the curd was the ace. Heading from left to right or right io left Recording us the .top or bottom of the card was examined, each marked leaf meant a king, (incen, jack and so on, according to its point of removal, from the corner ncc. It was a very nice game for the gny who knew the cards. However, the mag istrate found that the evidence was not closely enough connected to the accused lo allow him to enter a con- viction. Bnrdack's accomplice has been informed by the police offlcllns that his room is preferred to his com. pany so far as Lethbridge is con- cerned. -ASK FOR- ROYAL The cold deck was marked. On the back, Specially Made for the Water of this Country Made in Alberta Save the Coupons for Premiums GREEKS IN ROUMANIA Berlin, via Sayvlllc, July Vosslche Jiettung says that after the lomoblllzatlon of the Greek array the Bulgarian government permitted 1000 Jrecks, reservists, to cross Bulgarian .crrllory for the purpose of returning to Houmaniu. Many Lines of Merchandise Are Greatly Reduced for Quick Disposal Boots and Shoes Gimmda! Boots In Mucher Myles, all styles and all prices, sixes to 4, to clear "-P Ladies' Black Satin Pumps all regular price 53.00, to clear..................... Men's Patent Leather Oxfords la bincher styles, in all sizes, regular price 33.50, to clear Men's Wear Men's Stiff Hats In black, odd regular Saturday only Dry Goods Specials SILK Kemnants From I to 7 yards. These must he cleared be- fore stock-taking. Visit this department if you want a bargain. 200 Poplin Silk Middy Ties in plain colors or stripes, on sale 'Saturday j C 100 Only Drawn Work Bed- j spreads jiiid Lunch Cloths Must, be cleared before taking inventory, bed- spreads 71' x Hit, regular p Lunch Cloths 50 inches by 50 inches, regular A-f M p for inches by 40 inches, regular 51.50, for ............................._-. 85c Men's Balbriggan Underwear In white, all sixes, reg. Me per garment, A Q Saturday only Tt3C Men's Fine White Egyptian Underwear 59c Short sleeves and knee drawers, reg. 75c per garment, Saturday only Men's English Flannel Outing Pants Saturday only Bathing Suits In Ladies' and Children's sizes, navy, lustre, with white trim- mings, also Bathing- Caps to match, moderately priced. J Cut Flowers For Saturday Only Roses and Carnations, splen- did blooms, .pivr doz. 50c Ready-to-Wear Specials A new line of CHILDREN'S MIDDIES, in natural shades, special A splendid line of ROYAL WORCESTER COR. SETS, in good styles, regular S2.50, in for.............................. A Beautiful range of NEW LINGERIE WAISTS, sizes from 34 to -16, FA S prices Dinner Will be served Saturday Night from 6 o'clock to 7.30 p.m. Price 35c Extra Special for Saturday from the Housefurnishing Department Handsome Curtain Voile With Floral Border, cream and ecru OA grounds, 40 in. wide, reg. liOc, special 2 Piece Cretonne 37 inches wide, red colors only, reg. 15c. f to clear per yard....................3C Bemnants of Table Oilcloth Curtain net scrims, cretonnes, etc, all marked at Half Price. .Window Shades nsertion 36 in. long, reg. 85c, for.' each With insertion 36 in. wide, 72 in. DDC Fireproof Teapots .Large size, extra good quality, reg. 55c, OQ special Cups and Saucers Semi-Porcelain, Clover Leaf design, special, li for 95c Groceries Flour, H. B. Seal of Quality lb. sack 98 lb. sack 3.25 Flour. Our Best Ib.kck sack'.'. 3.00 Rolled :8fblsack 33c 20 lb. sack ___ 'Lar'd'o-iiaranteed pnro 3 llss COCOANUT, finest o> Shredded, per Ib. CREAMETTES, 2 packets DUTCH CLEAN- nr SER, 3 tins 6aC nr guaranteed OA per doz BACON, finest Peameai- ed Back, per LI C OX. TONGUE, sliced per lb H. .B. Co.'s a good liguor-; ing tea; 3 Ibs. COFFEE, H. B. Go.'s Household HAM, sliced JA per RAISINS, 11 oz. nn 3 pkts SEEF, sliced in per lb 40C ORANGES, in per doz 30c WHEAT, np 2 packets fedC CURRANTS, -t RICE, -1 New Trans- np parent, 3 !bs '.i Ib.s WHEAT o 10 Ibs each -15c PEARS, Bartletl, in per doz f'l per packet 14C SALMON, filiest U. '_'. -l ft Reel, per tin 13C SALMON, finest Sock- or eye, 2 tins CORN FLAKES, 4 pkts POTATO- FLOUR, (J per packet ....i.... 19C MOLASSES, 2 ]b tins SOAP, fn 11 bars Pure ORANGE MARMA- LADE, 1 jars PINEAPPLE or GRAPEFRUIT MARMALADE, 07 -i ib jari ft 1 CROWN SOAP, 2 packets Strawberry, Raspberry Black Currant, all with J f aiiple, 4 Ib. pails 49C WEST WASH- If ING POWDER, 2 pkts. THE HUDSON'S B0 CO. I ;