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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1917 THE LETHBRIDGE: DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVBT it _ ._ ver 200 Bargains TONIGHT At Rylands' e Sale WIND UP the blest Sale in the Store's History we on Sale Tonight 2OO of the Biggest Bargains of the season. On account of rush of business we cannot give you a list of all the good things. See 'Windows Tonight l All Sale Goods Out in Plain Sight Extra Salespeople To Serve You Savings: from 35 per cent. Special Sale Bargains for the Men Come Down Tonight Sale Continues until the'Last of the Month Momlay and Tuesday only i'lT HAS BEEVTHE'CUSTotf 'OUR PREVIOUS RUMMAGE SALES TO ADVERTISE ALL THE GOODS LEFT ON THE BARGAIN .TABLES AT-PRICES J-THAT-WILL COMPLETE CLEARANCE.' THIS POLICY WILL BE I ADHERED TO JfJ THIS SALE.iALL GOODS MUST BE SOLD BEFORE TUES- DAY-NIGHT, SO YOU CAN DEPEND ON SOMETHING .EXTRA SEE MONDAY-'S PAPEH. i I ALtWFflll has .been definitely chosen as IhV horoe of the big Western Lib-' era! Convention at Winnipeg on Aug. 1 nnd'8. Tho .three big ballrooms of tho C.P.R. hostelry will be used for the' which will allow of plcnlfol roomifqi- the big committees to worfc while'the main'convention. Is In session. Possibly the most Important an- nouncement by. the- committee which Is mxfcing general for the, cpnvonllon, cams. today i with' Iho ft is llie Intention to seo thai resolutions committee Is glr- en power to hear representations from any organised public .body, on any matters which such' bodies think shtvalA be brought before the conven- tion. ,ThU li a step unique In the his- tory of political conventions In Can- and 1s additional .proof'of the thoroughly' democratic ijaturo of' this lathering o( Weilera Liberals. SinoB ceneral Information wu l.i- M to the representation of dele- gates.'from eacli'provincial constitu- ency in tbe western provinces, has been brought to the attention of .the commlfttee Hat an unfairness might he Trbrted on'constitnencles''TTlioEc provincial representatives._are away' on actfre It has therefore been.; decldea .that suchx- constituencies can'.'n'oralnatc an nddlLionRl delegate LQy.lako' his place. IS Chlcairo, July H. WaV lace, author or "Shanghaied Into "v7ar'r who Was. errested al DBvenport, ia., early today by United States Deputy Marshals, and-who is to be'-token lo OLtumwh, t.ortay lor a hearing on the charge of high which he mis arrested, was or- Banliers here of I'-Mlur-IVeaKua ot hu- manity" corapoaed of peVspns who style' InemselveErconscieiiUqus objec- lore to war. Wallace, 'according to his own statement and thai offcUp'w mem- bers the league, is a dcaerler-from the UTllish armies. .According Id an official ol Ibc league, the British gov- ernment has set a price uponS.Wal- lace's head. t'nmt I STRIKE. Chicago, JiilX, 27.., Two thousand five hundrfld railroad switchmen'' employed ,tn. Cbl- ca'go are eipecl'ed to'a'irlke at 6 o'clock tomorrow morning. 4, OONT MIM THE -TWO FOR ONE. Ixjnd'on, July Hhondda, Ih food controller, -'outlining today Ih pol.icy he Intend: lo follow to reg late food prices eerlng, snld he Inlended .lo 'fit II prices of commodities prime, necc sllles over which he could obUin c fectlro conlrol-a't all sUccs from th producer Every e fort wobld be m'a'de to prevent lallon, and unnecessary mld41emc would be'- eliminated. Existing age cles would be utilized for Ihe purjios ot distribution, under .license and u dcr of-locEl-food..centre lers appointed by Iho local aathorltie profits were made Illegal Lord Rtzondda "said, pre. for Imprisonment.'- He propbaed eliminate profiteering by Dilng'jpHce on tht basis of pre-war'profits.; A flour mllli would taken orer an worked on the goverilmeDl accoun The flour being sold to the ba ers at a uulform prioe and Ih bakers being' expected to sell'.loaT at a maximum.of .nlnepence'' price ud flour al a correspbn'dlo rate.' WAR TAX MAY CAUSE SALARY HEDUCTIO Mar le pLy It RediiM Ptayerr1 f' Joe Vila says'In the Yor Evening Sun that If Uie war fai o baseball receipts becomes a hardsh for the major league clubs it .la n Improbable that the players' aalarie will be reduced.before the !Mato ends. The magnates say (hit M tl receipts fall oft because Ihe faai an compelled, to nay Iho tai imposed b the government, heavy financial fosse will foliow unlcas radical measure adopted. Players who th new form ot contract several mbntl ago can be released on ten dnyj' n tlce. In thai case tney can be t'lgnet 9ll over again lor lest money .1 Into retirement There Is no j'eder teagne to which the playcrn and 'no. Prolemtty to call a genera strike. -So the pliyera will be at th mercy of Uie U Uie.UUc are forced lo reduce ''t ready the mejor league cluVn1.hay loal (hoisands brcaaie of-Inclenen weather. The major leagues contracted to pay u fries this year, but Ihe ten r lease clause in many of the cotfracl miy prove an' anchor-16-wiirt'ari li ILADI Junes M. Mclulosh days in Uanff. Mrs.' L. T, Allen hare leU i 'several at Uanlf. MLos DropkB of Taler Id tbe Annie McEacliern, Cth Gladys Downer Icli ihts aller- oon to spend a week In Calgary wllli rs., C.'E. Mr. and Mrs.1. A. Fl Tatum 'and t'.'ft eon ar'6 oa TiicsJay to pend the miuitfa'bf August at Uanlf. 9 D. King, manager ot the Bank Scotia fa alleoiilnK the bail- ers' convention at Great Falls, iOnt, HOT. II. and Mrs. Bultrun. and lilldren of 3an Francisco, Cal., are guests of Mrs. Bui t rum's sister, Irs. John Home. 'f A epcclal meeting of St. Mary's Iris1 Auxiliary will he held In the arlsb hall alter the Sunday evening en-lcea. Everybody Ebould make (o attend. SELLAND. The marriage took place at (ho lanse, High n.Ter.-'on July 21st by be llev. McNlcol, M.A.. o[ Mr. nDth II. of Klrkcaldy, Alberta, to Miss 'Emma Gunda Sell- nd, of Alberta. Mrs. 1'. II. Brooks of Tabcr U vis- iting her dauRhter, Mies M. llrcoks. Miss M. Thompson of CanJston Is In Ihe cily for a few diji. Its iUtst ot Mr. anil Mrs. Haley. Rev. W- F. Burns returned recently from the Walcrton Lakes where he attended the Knoz summer camp. i Tho Art Needlework Glut will with ilrs. D. A. Simpson, 031 15th street on Monday afternoon. Mr'. J. P. Mlllfr.of the nank of Nova Kcolli has returned from the coasl, wlierc lie was called by Uie death ot Lls mother. The Women's Branch of the Rci! Cross -Sotlety' will hold a special at Ihe Hcd Crosp. raoras. 3 in., MoiiJay afternoon, Mrs. Keith entertained her Sunday school class ot Christian Helpers at the Uaptlst parsonage yesterday af- ktcrnoou. Games were played aud a pleasant time spent by those present. Ice cream was served before the guests; departed. Mrs. Muldrevv, who was formerly lady principal of the Qeer. Lad- lea' college, anJ is assistant sup- erintendent of women's Institutes, will go to Ottawa shortly to assist In tho work ot the food commission, having been loaned by the provincial dcpart- Dlcnt'of agriculture for that purpose. The Cliautaugna meeting at Uie boara of trade last .evening bad a slim tit en dance. The 'general arranRe- ments committee, Of which Mayor Bardie is chairman, Js sUH Lo renorl, nd anolher ineetjnk 'will lie held at nine o'clock in. rooms on Monday eve "when, all cpmmKtees ore urged lo be Ladies rep- resenting the Malhesls Club and Red Cfogs' jy'erfe present lasl ht jlotereat Jn i Th'e report of cam- nil t tee but.most of Us work-Is etui to biydoae, Trtrticul In regard to displa win'il Chalnnan Lloyd of'ihe ticket soles committee lias In hand, and the prospect ipbjt-'brigbl ia thai yartlcular. One- gentleman.' whose business lakes him. to Lhe country olten, stild that it was his opinion that during tbe Chiutauqua poaalb'y- 15CO a hllM would visit .the ,clly daily, and was Inquiring about'the work of the general arrangement commUlec In regard to Mr. Dun- ham said.that ho not see how (he personnel of Ihe commitiee could be Improved, and they bad power to add to their numbers, and- that Hie re- sponsibility for the general ATrange- ment reeled upon Uiem, and he was sure that they would be equal lo the occasion, The questlon'of Rprolnllng an en- lertalnroont cominltteo vcs'dlBcjusacd and left over to n larger mecllng'whlch ft is hoped will call for Monday night. Mra. Harmon' of the Red Cross, also, wished tha qucatlon of refreshinools poslponed unlll night1 meeting. Also tho of billeting visitors Vi'H conic Qp before tho meeting. It u by that time, more general Interest will he Rnd the people will awako to the rests npon them b connection .with Lhe Cbautau- ttt tf ff ff Jf f, VICTIM OF AUTO SMASH DIES. Port Arthur, July D. Kerry of Kort William, Injured In automobile ac- cident in Port Arthur when two others killed, died Ihls morning. Tbo olher two Injured are recovering, al- though Mrs. Arthur Cblnnmn loses one eye. SPECIALS from Bay Grocery Dept. TONIGHT From 7.30 to 10 California Peaches, regular Sot1. Special, per tin............................26c Huglish Table Syrup, rt'gulur 25c, Special per Inipcriul Syrup, regular S5i-, Special 4Sc Imperial Syrup, regnlar.SOc, Speeial 28c 50 cans only, California Grapes, regular Extra special, Uaspherry ViiU'g'suv regular 30c, Special '24c Quart HoMlcs Grape Juice, regular .Sjiec-ial per Grocery Specials at the "Bay" Monday Sunlight Soap, 9 bars................. 50c tins 24c Pure Castile Soap, 6 cakes :..'...___... 20o Ammonia, Special, 4 pkgs............. 30c Ammonia, Special, 2 bottles............ 25c Welcome Soap Powder, large Spec! 23c Lux, per package...................... iOc Pure Castile Soap, 2 bars, Special, each 32c Baby's Own Soap; Special, box 30c Round Toilet Paper, 5 for.............. 25c iHCONVENll HOPEFUL DON'T HIM THE 26, via London, Jnly 27. second days' proceedings of the 'Irish convention have confirmed the good Impression .of day. .A practical and bustneislncp complexion has been given to tho as- iemWy, and while nobody nnder-es- tlnated Ihe hardness of.the various nuts which will hare (o be ,cracked before a sound and satisfactory, ker- nel can be found there li general that Ihe dllrlcnltiM will be approached ID the'rignl spirit. Henry E. Duke, chief secretary for Ireland, In conreraation, laid ertpha- ita on the pnctlcal the Irish chincler and Mid that tbe delegates .to were, In the main, men who had s. Urge experience o( af- fairs. Mr. Duke naturally would make llo prediction u to' the ultimate rc- of tho conrentloi tat he wis evl- denily Impretsed with the iplrlt In which the assembly; n4ti.; popnlallon of nibtht again dis- playnl little taleWrt gatherlm of delegatea to Ml, there (peVJfcSiW.'frj attract at- ttnlbn. FM0VUW to IMnfc dem- ta -all lo UN Parents ..and boys should not forget the big "V" eumnier camp at Sentinel next Atigusi; The following Is a list of the articles anil Instructions neces- sary to'campers: .i. Activities Swimming, '.baseball...' track-meet! mountain ._' climbing, .twilight games; ..dally competition, camp, honor camp life stories, Bible study, rafllne'and' three good square mealj a" day. Wrist to Take Pack, ti.'e-follow ing In a bag: Winter pyjamas, hcavy'juriderivear, extra Ilan- nel shirts, sLpcHlncs, bathing and gym suits, rupqiiie shoes, and brusb7 handker- clilefs, heaTy' "sfeater coal, extra' _ trousers, dark 'pillow .'case, LMble, j granite cup, deep plate and bowl, knife, fork-'and spoon, stamps and note paper, tooth brush "and paste: The. following, are. not essential but very desirable; Camera, musical In- struments, needle and thread, baseball outfit, collapsible drinking cup, safety pins, also a canvas or rubber sheet about 4 ft. by S! It. Important Tako plenty or bedding (heavy bed- ding Pack the blankets separately" and have ail pieces mark- ed. Wear a strong durable stilt for hard wear In cemp. Wear heavy shoes and stockings. Each boy will carry a good sized lunch, rain coat .or over- coal aud a good disposition. All campers will sleep at the Y. M. C.A. on Tuesday 'night, August 7th. Traln will leave LcUibrldge at 4.20 Wednesday .morning, Sin Aug. Bag- Uate Is to be brought to the Y. M. C. A. before dinner tiroo Tuesday Tth. For boys under'17.years For boys over 17 years 15.00 All camp lees must be- la belore August 1st. No Tire ami allowed Jn camp. Boys will walk-to camp which Is only one mile and a half from Cole- man. All.baggage wHl be Uken ont to camp In d Tigon. Tne teals will be up before campers arrive. The first .morning will be spent In getting the camp In order.' In the afternoon election! will tike placo (or mayor, xldermen, health officer, policeman and leaders.for tents. 17 ABE DEAD Sydney, N. S, July The in tho NBW Water- ford nilne disaster are now' offlclally announced to be 67 with 65 bodies recovered snd two yet In the mine, twenty of Die dead were burled Ibis morning, over miners from all parts of Capt Breton walked In the cortege this af- ternoon, a Ilk3 number of bodies were to nit, Uie announces that the weit ilde of the colliery will be hi readlnesii'for operatlrm !n 10 diyf. v Fobt Troubles FREE CONSULTATION on ALL FOOT TROUBLES by a Specialist from the Or. Win. ScholTs Foot Corrcdion TONIGHT MON. at the Foot Toggery If VOUR FEET ABE MM VOU NOT AFFORD TO HIM THE OWOR- fUKITY. W.J. Nelson oV ;