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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE iBTHBIMDOE DAIL PAGE SEVEN Ryland. Co in Corsets, Hosiery Underwear Saturday's Bargain List During the p..t cl.aning after the bio Rumma0e Sale. Many odd lints have lot of now w. offer you for tomorrow. The .th, lot b.f.r. noon Lisle MWrileK or Middy Waist's, also These Cloves or fancy Vosi, let cuff, ami were.regUlar1Tfie. value. only S vlo7.cn at this (price. jvvhlto oiKbroiilereil or ninu ,lnR Waists, less than half price for Big Hoys' .j.j, Sizes to fast black cotton hose, the that will vvoar. Long Silk Gloves. For one day only, SU inch pure Flilk Gloves, with double tills, tans, greys, nav.y, pongee, black. Corsets. rlli. kind Uiulra' Button; Oxl'onls. Pumps etc In'black anil tan, patent, kid or Suede leathers; sizes 2'A to This is without a doubt the nest bargain we have offered in hiKli class corsets. 25 lines worth up to S3.00; sizes up to 20. New Walk With PJuriian Remarkable Bargains In Collars Silks and Implies Fine Summer Dresses TELEPHONE Mi xx Collars Fall ivais'ts. "Wo nstvojust open- oil up a smart lotiot Voile Waists In Rwirtftgistripeor 'fplaln wK'I t.e'-" materials. These are sale at Then we' have another now lot of heavy white Jap Bilk WalBts. and1 two' pi-ntty styles in White Georgia crepe. These lineij are on sale at Look At Your Sale Coupons The premiums still await- Ing tlie lucky persons hear the following; numbers. Look vours up; if you have .one bring it in tomorrow; after then all coupons are void 615 151 730 939 1369 429 White 'Flclte, yaiHL.9e 'Tomorrow we will sell yoii dresses at the' [iriee materijil. -Quite a' few' .'new '-dresses the week'. These are also included in tho Sat- urday bargain list. FINAL CLEARANCE, GINGHAM DRESSES, MUSLIN DRESSES UP AS HIGH AS Girls' Dresses JjgcjjSc These dresses are worth up to J3.00. We have grotiped them in two 2 to 7 and 8 ,to 14 years. itats for 4ffc Also some neat stripe patterns. Pive'pieces in'this sale lot. These will 'be picked up quickly. Final clean up of Child's Straw Hats, also' Jlexican picnic or holi- auy hats, at halt' price. Underwear Cloth He Wash Suits A fine soft bleached cotton "re- 'semblinR Nainsook, 36 inches wide on sale tomorrow only at this price. 50t- Muslins pitterns in 'organdie and crepe materials for your summer dress.. These are on sale at les than prices "Little Prince" Wash Suits for boys, last color materials; sizee 3 years; on sale at practically half price on Saturday. Princess Slips Two lines of Ladies' White Mus- lin Slips, with emroidery frill; on Saturday onl: Septomber Patterns Now In Stock ROLANDS CO. Mr. John Horno has returned from j Winnipeg. i Miss Jessie Scott tomorrow! foe Montreal, where she will In fu-i turo reside. Mrs 'T 'nilct'ivood ami. chiWtrn liayS rcttirnijcl from Hanff, where they i sjiraii the last jirjllth. j Jliss of is speml- ing a fcw'.wreks with her sister, Mrs. W. II. llarrs. St. -.Mary's Sunday nciuml arc hd.d- iiiE 'their'ilowcr service cm Sunday at 3 o'clock. All' pnrcnls arc iiivileil to entries for the ladii's1 cham- pionship singles at the city courts, which is lo be oft very short- ly, arc lo bC-swt-lo Hn-s Hender- son as soon as possible. Calnarv Albef.taH Jackson and Jackson l.etlihriilsc arc spending a lew days in lown on their nay to Guli.I.akc anil l-Mimmlon, as the' guests of--Mr. ami Mrs. Kojert U. Jackson, 1st avenue, Hillhurst. The marriage took jilaer at the j hi'itlo's home, Caylcy, Alia., July -.1, if Harry J. Anderson, manager of the Haiiii of Hamiliiin, to Ilyrdic, daughter of Edwiird Walker, of Caylcy. Rev. A.'W.. Mclntosh, M.A., offlciatcd. t Dr and Mrs. Marrs. :ti7 Knurtcenth pleasantly entertained the Lethbridge I'ipc hand at the conclu- sion of their concert m Oalt dfns last night! Knngs were the ica- tnre of Ihe evening and dainty re- Ireshmcats were served by the hos- tess. The .Alexander Gal! f'hapli-r I. 0. D F. have, with the permission 01 (lie commissioners, undertaken the pkeep and improvements to Battery oint, Henderson Park. As the nut- v this year is necessarily small, all {at is planned is to stake the Irces, rep the grounds clear of weeds and ut up a'Hag pole. To accomplish lis a gathering ;is planned for next uesdav evening, August 3rd. Ihe embers' of the Chapter, their hus- ands, and any in town who look- art in the work'iast year arc urg- ntlv' requested to be present and do lei'r share in- keeping up this work was begun -by the members- of 1C 25th and their friends, he ladies will bring baskets and all 'ill have supper at the Point. Tea nrt sugar will be.provided. The men re requested to'bring their garden ools and all. are..asked to conic as oon after five as possible. SATURDAY SPECIALS At the Popular Hudson's Bay Store. Make this your shopping Headquarters for Saturday Warn Deputy of Plans of Germans to Destroy Crops Through Alberta Toronto, July A special report-' er of the Globe who is writing np conditions in Alberta savs Craig depiit; minister ot ag riculture; has latelj receded from different parts of thfe province o an organized effort on the pan of some pro-German lebi dents for a wholesale plan, of ilestnuc- tion of Alhertas prospective bumper crop. He has been aoMned m these letters that when the grain ripens it will lie set on flre, and that the scheme will ibe carried out on such B.I scale that it will not he easj to combat it He has; also .been asjted to see that all gram elevators guarded, as the dynamiting of :well these places' i's alleged Uo be part oJ the German While "the deputy minister is not disposed to place much credence in these rumois he says ha the mattei mil be pioperlv in instigated ani preventive measures adopted if it-is found expedient Text Books on It may general interest to add here that m conversation with Premier Sifton jour representative learned that the government has de cided to distribute text books on mentarj agriculture to an public school pupils m tlig province free of ci -iree Alberta will he the first in to authorise and distribute a hook in her schools The decision was made only this morn ;-POSITION OF ALLIES 4X DARDANELLES .Edmonton' Alta., July Thai rlnco T'ie black lint Indicate, the position of the Allies Untish troolu occ nn left, French the right end The Flench nearlj ieKChcU ih. Itrith'ii heights the spring wheat crop- in the DTO' of Alberta this veai amounfc ap proximately to bushels, an increase of over GO ner cent. oS-er last year, and that there will be a big increase this year over the yield bushels of. pats last year is the statement of H. A. Craig, dep uty minister of agriculture. 'To all intents and purposes, Mr.''Craig, 'crop in AI berta this year is assured. an practically sure of sufficient hea from this time on to ripen tho crop The grain was never- thicker there never ong has given the Herald ngiires that show tint already this season unparalleled efforts have been made to prepare to harvest the crop. For the last weeks an average of two cars ot binder twine per rlay have passrd through the'local offlces. Leth- being the distrihiiUns cc.ntre of the south and-a-pprt of entry for from the States, all shipments on the south lines 'and the Aldersyde line romr thioiigh -the local-freight olhio tonscquently Ihe seventy oili cars of binder, tw.ine, which ,havt passed through Lcthbriilge to points on th'ese lilies alone. Ihe lines west and north of Macleod ar( foil from Maclcod. so that these tre mendous shipments :are exclusive 01 these lines which have as good crops as other lines. The shipments are now Stirling ill earnest and it, is ex- pected that during the next two weeks tout or five cars a (lay will he hilled throutli the Lethbrirtge office. TnKe pencil nut 1 cir of hinder twine contains from 'i to .pounds of me seventy-live cars amount to iliiart bottle (war stamp 5c extra) Coal Coke Co., at Coalhurst, het- ter known as the Lethbridge Collier are working six days This is about .75 per cent. of. Canadian Beauty Electric Irons and Toasters Saturday Special in Wine Dept. ST JULIEN Claret is the most lyhole- Eome' wine made, unequalled for .blood forming pro- perties ami of low alcoholic strength. Per An ft WV TUNGSTEN LAMPS 30 Watt. 40 Watt. 60 Watt. per cent of ter capac About per cent, (it the regular num- ber of men are working six days a week. The. operations of this mine, as most others defend absolutely on The Letllliridge mines are working at about 75 per cent'.'tall capacity, at present, and will gradually increase operations as the winter grows near- The C.P.R. Gait mines No. 3 and No. 15 are working the full quota of men four days a week. The mines had been running only three days a wceV until this week. They will con- tinue for, .a month -at the present coal is ,used for domestic; purposes, it has a the crop. shipped to crop in As most of the coal Saskatchewan, it is the crop in Saskatchewan which deter- mines, the .operations of the mine. Ab- out 350 tons a day are being mined of the Canadian at present. The collieries the full production. ThpJ? TJ I.a men at Coaihurst out IB stated that there will be more men needed at the mine within a month. Over 90 per cent, ot the.'foal from this mine goes to Saskatohewin, so, that the splendid crop which is to.be harvested in that province .will .Ipn o'reaie the nroduotion of the minesv and indirectly bring more money to; the business men of the city.., _r-_ y i 1 111} 000 liounds. N'pw, One acre lluires ibout 21 pounds of twine. Jlnl me ins that enough twine has heen shipped in tt> handle acus This is just on the hmdcl twin? which has been shipped Ihioufeh mtil now. The big rush Ins tint romiiicnced. There should be heiuccn 10 and 50 cars through in the two weeks and more after, {hit Ministers of the local churches will suitably commemorate the anniver- sary of Britain's entry of the war. 3Ury Ol oriuuii vim? vi> i..iy Conlnst this with last year. Dur-1 eilher in the churches on Sunday, or ihc the whole season not more Wednesday, August 4, ihe actual (in ciis we it lo these same disr date of the war. thp meeting of the Ministenal-assc1- d they went chiefly (o, the. m This year the total iris Baroni, iisiu-. liiimhci of cirs..wlll p.rnbably amount (o considenhly 100. C5ANADIAN PRISONERS NEED CLOTHING I ondon Inly Four hundred and non ny ranadiin. nrisollers of war. in the Gcr in detention camp' at Giessen de bildU m need of says (Tip report on prison oenilittpns in issued ;by UM government Dress mee ciation is being held this afternoon to make some arrangements for the services. Rev. MurrelHVright will hold .a special service of intercession on Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock. All are invited to attend this service. Rev 'A. H.'Oenoon will make spe- clalmention of'the progress'of the Knox churoh war .in his sermon on'Sunday morning. y "Otl'br ministers, allhoush they will i not dwell on the topic, will, make menr BOY SCOUT SUITS Now in stock aaain. All sires, 7 year? up to 15 ye.rs. The best and. cheijpeii' outfit for boys for holiday time._____________ THE NEWEST IN LADIES'NECKWEAR purjlin Collars, in all white or fancy chintz. 'Exceptional barga-ns throughout the stoie of all odds and ends, Remnants ,left from our Big Julr Sale_________. THE SIMPSON CO, 1TD. ;