Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
FRIDAY, JULY 23, RYLANDS' RUMMAGE SALE; _--------------------, wifh stocks replenished and many lines re-priced in your favor; with a whole store full of season- f V End Of The Sale Bargains Child's Silk Hose; 3 colors, up to liui'. 35c 3 pairs Cotton Hose; wiili lineii tots fur 50c White Lisle Gloves ivitii cuffs, res. TSc 15c Colored Crepes; pink or cadet, on sale Last of the Girls' Bal- briggan Middles 39c Colored Batiste Muli; 4 shaaes, on sale 19.c Children's Sample Hose Black colors up to oOc 4 I Nsckwear Novelties Worth "P to S-.OO; now 25c Crust Bar Muslin Kerchiefs; aoiv 6 for.. Silk Glovej; -u-hite or -black, double tips 25c i Stocks replenished and many lines re-priced in your favor; with a whole store full ofseason- able, desirable summer merchandise at your disposal; with unusual price reductions and exceptional economy in every department in the Store. Rylands'Rummage Sale Ends in a Blaze of Bargains Light-weight Underwear lot -wortli up to Sr7C These will be on sale for the last day at...... dozen of Ladies' CoUon and Lisle Vndervests, also Gauze Vests and Com- XIJC bmations. Values up to GOc; last day........ CMd's Take your choice ot all our Children's Cotton Un- dervests. worth up to for.................... Princess Slips Muslin Slips with a neat embroidery edge trim. Too large a stock; out out they go al I5c 95c Every Dress Must Go House Dresses values up lo 34.00. Choice for Gingham Dresses .Uegtilni- values up to 83.50 Now 49c a ml Wash Dresses .Reii'iilav values up to SIS.oO: choice 1'or .53.75, Cloth Dresses Values as high as Now White Skirts and Waists WHITE last chance to a White Dress Skirt at the price of material. Only J5 left. Values up to JJUMI. On sale. your choice, for............................ 89c WHITE from ilorrocke's English Repp. Some have yokes. Others have hut ton front. On snle tomorrow, your choice 19 WHITE have grouped all the Waists and Middies that were on sale-at and all at one clearing price. You will find Waists here worth up to ?3.50 85c GIRLS' blue chum bray, io fit girls up to 10 years age. Regular price 90c for 59c. -Hso Ballbriggan Middies on sale tomorrow for............................... 39c Last Day Bargains Hair all shades, 4 ins. wide.. Child's Hove Supporters Keg. 'Sfic kind for Bathing Costume Tor inoii or women at .1 wV. Wo's Lustre 2 piece 'Skirt Bathing Suiti. Table Napkins, 22x22, heavy linen damask Large white or colored Turkish Toweli, each.. fcOC Corset Covers, vntups up to 75o: last time ftl O5MJ 25 pains Muslin Draw. ert, embroidery trim... Skeleton Waists, with garters attached, now.. Long Stack Siik Lrcit Gloves, on sale at WWW Aprons "The last .of the large Print Overall Aprons; also 3 dozen Gingham Aprons "with caps, sale 49c Flette Sheets Soft White Flannelette Blankets; 10x4 size; the lowest price for years 1. 19 Sale of to Slippers The final clean up oi all Slippers. Pumps, etc.. in oar Ladles' Shoe Section: Suedes, Patent and. Kid leathers; sizes up to Values up to 55.50 for Cord Pongee Silks fi pieces only, Japanese Pongee Silk for dresses; colors old rose. tan. white, black, navy, pink and sky, 75c yard for..... Curtain Muslin Voile Scrim, ecru and white, with a neat rose border. On sale Saturday for 19c The Last of the Print "Mill Ends" There will be no more Print at Sc for the next ti months. We have- added the balance of all Mill Ends of Ginshams and Prints north up to 15c yard for 8c Parasols Your choice of any Par- asol in the store, new shapes and neat pat- terns, values to 1. 75 Children's Parasols CHILDREN'S PARASOLS; take your pick of any Child's Parasol' in; the store for... Wash Materials worth up to 75c These Fancy Organdies, Crepes, Jluslins and Tissue Cloths are really worth from 25c to 75c. Your last chance tomorrow at per yard 19c Boys' Waists, Xeat stripes, also Black Sateen, and Chatnbray, regular val- ues 69c Boys' Pants Tan Drill, Bloomer styles, 5 to 16 year sizes. On sale tdraor- 75c f AUCTION SALE AT LETHBRIDGE FEED AND SALE STABLES. TUESDAY, JULY 27th, 1915, AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP. 10 head Mares and Geldings: from 4 to 6 years old, weight from 1100 to 1400 all broken. 7 MartB ;and-Geldings from 5 to 8 years old, weight from J1PO to all broken. 20 Mares and Geldings from 4 to S weight from 1000 to 1300 pounds, all ibroken. 6 Mares: and.Geldings from 6- to -10 years 1100 to 1400 pounds. 7 Pure Bred Jersey Cows and Calves. Three of these Cows lave Calves at foot; the balance are 1 and 3 .years old. 2 Wagons, almost new, with Boies. 3 Baggies, nearly new. 2'Sets fit Single Harness. Any one wishing to buy Horses should attend this sale. iAll" brands must be inspected 3 hours ibefore tims of sale. J. A. SMITH Auctioneer. TERMS CASH. PHONE 1552. W. J. DODDS Manager. IIJMANS -Ben-tiller, Union Men to "Get on the Job" ROOSEVELT DENOUNCES PROFESSIONAL PACIFISTS Advocates Universal Military Service as Part of Preparedness for War Necessary in United States KELLY CAN'T COMPLETE JOB Manitoba. Government Will Complete New-Parliament Buildings With- out -Contractor Winnipeg Juiv 2J Thomas Johnson, "mmistet oi public m Manitoba uas re-nommated at a Lib eral conyention in Center tonlghtj and in accepting nomination said "Work on the buildings would be resumed at the earliest pos- sible moment 11 the govern ment is returned to and v> ould be conflurted on a itnct business has u 1 tare not what KelM raaj ofler to declared he shall not complete the buildjng tte propose to compel tne Kellv htm to make resti tutjon oi even dollar im propcrU receued It is not enough to the Ian must tate its cours, as savs feir James Vlk'nb, hut it muELbe nude to take its cpurse llierc 'must be restitution and tlie guiJh must be "The Blathers commission is not to cease its labors Ml Johnson dc clared "tt submit an interim report Tiut it is Roing to sit right on the job untit el en th ng has been of WILSON'S FLY PADS probed and brought to light. The commission will also be of-assistance in bringing about the .punishment the guilty." llr. .Johnson declared the minority in the'public.accounts committee nip- _ ped in the hud a scheme to squander on the- new parliament I buildings This -nas the pstimate on ubich the old government was work- ing reierence to the Con Partj the minister charg- ed that eignt out of the fourteen planks of its nlatiorm were stolen .from the Liberal platform, which had OB1} 11 There were to have been three Con- servative .conventions heid tonight in but onJi nm North Winnipeg were the candidates icr the double J P Bolej I and F K Levinson agreed to run in j the Conservative interests in the I north In Center it led that the geitleafen it Tvas- should nm had not tet gnen their consent, and the roinention was postponed until The conven Ition in boulh tiiitmpeg was also ad- .ourned until Jiondav In the II Sharpe M P for in the Dominion house, nominated lor tlie prouncial con- stittencj Manitou James pcoviflLial hc-iis-0 iispector nominat- ed Delorame an that he would riot he a can didate. Aimee Bernard was nominal- Iberville Conservatives, and .William Buchanan br those of Dau- phin Dr H S 1 hornf on minister of education, was nonrjinated h) Delor aine Liberals alentirtc ler, minister o( agriculture, was nom inated in Mordeu-Iihincland. W. J i 1 tipper was nominated bv the ton servatives at Monlen JIayor Montreal is suing 'Controller; "Aiuey for-. .for Jesed- slander. S. A. Luke ot Ottawa has been el- ected Grand Master of tlie Masonic Grand Lodge of and W. H, Wardrtjpe, K.C., of. dcP" uty Grand Master. London, July Ben Tillett, the British personification of "Mother Jones, "Bill" Charles Meyer and Samuel Gompers, all rol- ed into one, is organizing another strike in England. Tillett has conducted hundreds of strikes.. He's the one man who holds British labor under his thumb.. When Ben Tillett tails British labor to strike, British labor' strikes. When he "told Uritish transport workers- to strike two years ago, British trans- port workers tied up traffic facilities of London and practically every im- portant-industrial centre. Tilleit today, is organizing the big- gest strike he has yet attempted. His latest strike is" against the Germans and he is urging every union labor in Great Britain tu on the job. I'm preaching bloul) murder said Tiilett to an enormous crowd ot workmen assembled at a London in- dustrial suburb.' "Bv God, we've got strike and we've got to strike now. I want cverv ounce of British nerve; every ounce "of British energy and every ounce oi British gold- to get behind and push. British capital- ists have got to get into the game. 1 hex 're to get rid of the idea that is being waged to them prolitfc VM SHT I LS '-We. want ammunition, 'we want gas I eliisli death-dealing device, known Mo man th( fighting on strike against the Germans. we' don't strike .now .and -strike there- is no usa striking. The capitalists-must, strike with us. If tton t crush the Grrmans ytomnr rott there II he no capitalists 1 man who can '.t: get into khaki .can get into the workshops. We are lighting Frut.bt.unsm something that: h is been preparing to htiitder civilisation for fort> OUT fight must not be kn! business got to murder hack and niurdcr back as; hard 'as we can. ft must .be slaugh- ter 'for civilization's' sake. Get busy: and let's slaughter.' i San Francisco, Cal., July onel Theodore Roosevelt addressed the Panama-Pacific Exposition crowds today on "Preparedness for War." The speech was given over almost entirely to that and he set H [forth with new emphasis. "I firiiiiy- believe that there should be universal military' service for our young men, on the Swiss said the former president, at one point in his speech. At another, referring to the price which Belgium had paid because of her unprepared ness, he said: "Some day or other, it may well .that we shaK have to pay on a'ten- :fold greater scale the same price for exactly the same reasons; and, if such should be the case, remember, my- fellow-countrymen, that, where- ias the case of the Belgians excited warm sympathy, our misfortune would excite nothing but scorn and con- tempt: for a rich, powerful, boastful people invites the ridicule of all man- kind if. whether from sheer silliness and or from soft or from gross and greedy demotion to the material benefits of the moment, H fails to prepare itself to defend its own rights-with its own strength. Professional Pacifitts Col. Roosevelt spoke derisively of "elocution as a substitute for action' and in hisr arraignment-of who stood in 'the7 way of.preparedness for war, he-' said the -'iprcfessinnal "pac iflcists, non- resistance, universal arbitration. peo- ple are' seeking to Chinafj this conn reduce It of mi potence to which: old .China .-sank. The average he i said had taken tbe" view that China was "too proud to and "In practice iuade evident his hearty approval of that abject pacificist song, 'I didn't raise my boy to be a soldier.'" With all of his old-time ngoi, Col Rooseve'it denounced the all-inclusive arbitration which the United States had entered into, and said that in declining to apply their principle in the case of the LusitaniaJ tbere. had been evidence of national hypoc- risy, or else an utter recklessness oi folly in making promises. It was ne- cessary to repudiate the principle in the Uisilania case, Col., Roosevelt agreed, but "a shameful thing to have put-ourselves in such a position that it had to be repudiated. The .United States had treated The Hague conventions as mere "scraps of he said, "when the demand was made to show that our-signatures meant something." "I have a very strong feeling about the Panama said Colonel Roosevelt in beginning his speech. "H Avas-.ray good fortune to take the action in failure to take which, in exactly the shape 1 took it, would have ineaui tnat no Panama canal would have been built for half cen- tury, andi .therefore, that there would Imvti boen no exposition to celebrate the building of the canal. In every- thing we did in connection with tbe acquiring of the Panama Zone, .we acted in. a way to do absolute justice to all otber nations, lo benefit all other 'nation's., including especially the adiacent states and to lendei the t service froni the alike of honor and of material mter est to the VnitetTStales i am glad that this is the for if theie were the slightest 1aiH< uoon our title) or our conduct, it Mould been an improper and shameful thing ttt hold this exposition. Doubles Naval Efficiency "The building of the canal nearly doubles the potential efficiency of the Untied Statei navy, ae long as it is fortified, and in our hands; but if left', unfortified, it would ;at once 'be- come a menace to UB. "That is true as to our'proper atti- tude In-regard to -Is true as regards our proper aty'tude concerning the of the -Unit- ed States taken ae a whole. Tha canal is to be a great agency for peace; it can be sucb only, and ex- acth in proportion !t increased our potential efficiency in war. T he Bank of Novi es a pontrlbutlon ot two marina guns The Woman Who Takes the proper help to keep her diration right ud free from poisonous accumutanoM, is not with headaches, backache, languid fcelinja, ural suflenngs. All women who f BEECH AM S PILLS know this famous remedy to be the proper help for JfcjB. few doses will immediate difference and occMioniJ cause a permanent Improvement in health and itnnftn. ly cleanse the system and purify tha Wood mio wery waa relies on Beecham's Pflta, not only better condition, with quieter uerreg and brigbUr iptriu, Enjoys A Clear Worth Mma PAY TRIBUTE JtO BOTHA Capetown, South Africa, July Z General Ldufs: Botha, .commander of. the army; which; conquered Germain Southwest' Africa, arrived here' to- daj and was given fchc welcome of a! bero. A iiolidav was ;-decIared and the; whole city ivas decorated rvith flags and pictures oi General Botha i There was a .procession through j the streets, in which both soldiers j and civilians took part Ten thoiis- and children sang "God Save the Kins-" Prohibition in this Instance is an utter impossibilil In other worda, no-one can prohibit you from taking advantage of the un- precedented offer we make you on our Davis Sewing Machines We have d.tpoied of no thirty-thrte of thtte mathincs the latt four wteka, and we deal pending to clOM out btUnflt.' Before this jleal is actually consummated, therefore. VOL HAVE THE CHANCE to hny a .-MiO.OO Scwiiir-M.achiiic ScVviiig Machine PO.OO Sewing Machine for This is absolutely the last call and we asMirc the public that thr opportunity not occur again. TIHS IS A Til' TO THE (Saturday) all day, we have arranged for srniccs of an expert who will give tree demonstrations on our machines, and we invite the attend- ance ol everyonoin any way interested. m, We make the positive assertion that these machines are surpassed by no other make von market Do'not allow yourselves to be bamboozled, sidetracked; or buffaloed by any statements made to the contrary by envious competitors. INVESTIGA'JTE-FOR YOURSELF Tomorrow! ASQUITH WAPDINGTON Mckillop's Old Stand.