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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE I.BTH.BRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1915 in a long time that Lethbridge women are invited t. attend like this Rylands': A Day of Extra Golden A One-Day Sale of Yard Goods, Underwear, HnsWv. Skirts. Waists, and Ready-to-Wear Specials rtunities PONGEE SILK. 4- pieces Natural Pongee Silk, on sale for Saturday only, at low price WORK APRONS Made from a splendid iiualliy licln and medium pat- terns, your choice SHEETING, full -bleached Tl'-iiu-hes wide, value, on sale for Saturday, per yard 25c 59c 22c Sample Neckwear at 19c Tomorrow we will clean out worth up to ;oc- A sample lot, your choice 19c. Wide Pongee Coating 98c Bxtra henvy Natural Pongee Coating Siik, 3G inch, resn.i la r ou palp 98c. Col. Pongee Dress Silk 75c Not iliB ordinary kind, but M inch, heavy Jap Pongee, in ten shades, on PILLOW SLIPS, READY TO White Duck Shirts tills Skirts, button the front, all sizes. Reduced for Saturday only White yard lie Two pieces of Willie Crepe will oil sale lor one day only unpractically cost lince. Fine White Cotton, yd. 9c Yard -wide, white Cambric or l.onsdale, very strong. DIM day only, 9c per yard CROSS BAR KERCHIEFS; A SPEC- IAL LOT. EACH................. Wkite Rice Voile 25c Yard for Waists and Dresses. Reduced for Saturday only. Yard wide Nainsook I5c A fine quality English Xulnsook for. underwear. ele. No dressing. Note the. price. Yard wide Lawn, yd. 8c Just for one day at tills price. Fine Victorian Lavru, 5, yards to a-customer. NEW TRIMMING BUTTONS RE- CEIVED TODAY; PEP. DOZEN Some More 4c 19c 15c 39c EMBROIDERIES, nonl narrow worf.li up to clear- ing ut per yard CORSET EMBROIDERIES strung uiul serviceable, neat patterns, worth as high as yard. Saturday LADIES' HOSE fine thread fast black cotton IIOHP. rein- forced toes and heels. Sat- urday LADIES' COMBINATIONS fine lisle and colion thread, light or loose knee, lace trim Look These Snaps Over Corsets A splendid tilting Corset, made tronl strous coutil: sizes 11' tu sale Saturday at S. D. A. Corsets Made ill Canada, two smart models, lace trimmed, slrong coutil: sizes 19 to 26: on sale for one day only...... Crepe Nightgowns Crepe .Night Gowns, slip over styles, fine lace trimmed. These gowns are worth at least on sale........ 59c 89c 98c Nemo Corsets Four styles iu Xemo Cor- sets that are worth 54.00 and We must reduce this stock. On sale Saturday only Child's Combinations Knit Combinations for small boys and .girls; some with lanes for supporters; ST'............40c Child's Knit Drawers Girls' Knit Drawers; wide knee 25e; with close_knee; blacKor white; at 30c ANNUAL SALE OF OVER 25O SAMPLE VOILE AND MIDDY WAISTS Tin" is our reeiilar spriiis bargain in Ladies' Waists. They are ,lie best blouse bargain, of the entire year. Samples Irom the eastern factories. Xote the reduction for t omoiToWs sale. Embroidered Waists 95c 10 liozeu "Embroidered Waists, new collars: also tailored linens and ings up to jo.OO Girls' Cotton Middies Middy Blouses for girls, made from fine Jersey sizes 6 10 12 years, very special at Women's Middies Two splendid styles in Women's Middies, heavy twill material; a wonder- ful bargain 95c Fine Voile Waist Something worth 4 IP while; New V o i 1 e U' I T Waists, sizes 36. 3S. 10 I I U only, worth uv to I i on Saturday only Voile Waists up to Another great bar- A 4 Jf gain, -Waists, long or U I short sleeves, fine XI TV voiles worth up to 53; Saturday only Dainty Voile Waists Some of our best fir Voile Waists on sale U I for one day only, many X I sample voile waists UJ worth as liigli as S3.7S Just For One Day Only House Dresses 5 dozen-Cereal e and Print House Dresses. A splendid style and well made. Take your choice UK of dresses worth up to for New Serge Skirts New style Skirts, just received, made from British Serges, black or navy, trimmed with military braid. Saturday New Serge Dresses Tomorrow we vill clear out 12 Merge Dresses that were marked to sell ut 55-75. and This bargain for one day only Boys'Blouses Made by. W. 0. R., the makers of men's1 good shirts, black sateen, fancy stripes, etc., on sale; all sizes Hats For The Boys Clearing out all our Boys' Cloth and Silk Hats, styles for ,boys X to S years "If: ft Sale price I No Phone Orders Accepted For These Goods RYLANDS CO. The Busy Store These Articles are Advertised for Cash Only-Nothing Charged WHO'S WHO IN THE NEW BRITISH CABINET (Calgary Alhertan) THREE GINfe UECAF1TRED Bl CAXTCKS ;S1R STANLEY 0. 11UCKMAST- high chancellor was born 4'8S1, sonoi J.-C. Buckmaster. Edii- Sated-Christ Church, Oxford; called ,to bar, Iniier Temple, 1884. M. P. Cambridge, 'MARQUISE OF CK.EWE Lord Jire.5idenl of Ihe. council was bora at Great Houghton in county 01 York 3S5S, son of first Baroa Iloughlon fthe'writcr and politician) and Anna- Tiella Himgerford. Educated at Har- row Trinity college, Cambridge. As- sistant private secretary to secretary for foreign affairs (Earl Granville) S8S3-S4 lord in waiting to the queen 1SSC lord lieutenant of Ireland 1892- 95 lord president oi the council 'iBOii-OS lord privy seal 1908 secre- tary of state for 'colonies 1508-10 publications, stray verses, articles on Ireland etc. Married first, 1880, Sib.U Marcia (died 1887) seared, 1899 Margaret Primrose. One son. Recreations, hunting, shooting and racing. LORD GUKZOS OF KESDLE- privy seal was born at Kendieston, Jan. 11, son of Hev Utrecl fourth Baron Scarsdale anil Blanche Netueral. Edu- iHled at Etun Balliol eollsge, Ox- liird. President of the Union, 1880 assisrant private .secretary to Mar- (Ilili ol Salisbury 1885 under secrc- .-tan ot for India 1891-32; im- dcr secretary of .state for foreign af- fairs 1895-98. Follow of All Souls college, Oxford. 1883 lion. D. C. L. Oxford, 1804 Hon. LL.D. Cambridge ISO? Hon. LL.D. Manchester 1908 Hon. LL.D. 1911 chancel- lor of Oxford University 1907 lord r rector Glasaow unitersity 1808 vice- irov and go'vernor general of Inuia i 1899 to 1905 lord warilen oi the LO Cinque ports 190-1-05: president ol the Hoval Geographical society 1911 Packer of WILSON'S FLY PADS ill Kilt MpPF FliES THAN Jg'T'WqoTH Cf ANY STiC'v'i t CaTCHFf) tne ttcvat trustee'of the National Gallery Has puhlished works on Russia, Per- sia and prohlems of the Far tast. 'S95 IJary Victoria Kietcr, Washington, t. S.' A. (died Three daughters. P.T HON. REGINALD McKESNA of the exchequer; horn in London in 1863 son of the late William C. McKcnna. Educated (privatelv) Kines college, London; Trinity ftaU.' Cambridge. Called to the bar 1887 financial secretary of the treasury 19115 president of board of education 1907-8. Married Pamela Jeiyll 1988. Two sons. SIP, JOHN A. oi state for home affairs born J1873 son oi Rev. Edwin Simon .and j Fannie Allsehrook. Educated at Fet- 'tes college, Edinburgh and college, Osiord president oi the Ox- ford Union society, 1S96 Barstow law scholar 1888; nas called to the bar in 1899; K. C. 190S one oi counsel for British government in the Alaska boundary -arbitration 1903 member of the 'royal commission on justices oi the peace 1910. Married in 1S99 Ethel Mary Yenablcs. One son and two daughters. AXTJUEW BOXAU LAW-Secrrtary for the colonies was born in 1858 in (New Brunswick, son oi Rev. James Lau- M.A.. of Nnw Brunswick and Eliza Kidson of Glasgow., Was edu- cated in New Brunswick, Gilbert Field school. Hamilton, and high school, Glasgow. Was parliamentary secretary of the hoard ol trade 1902- 06; Jl.'P. Duiwich Div. .of Camber- well 1906-111 chairman o! Glasgow Jron Trade association was a mem- jber of William Didston Sons, iron merchants, Glasgow. Married 1891 Annie I'itcairn oi Glasgow in Four sons and two djuigh- tcrs: Recreations, golf and chess. lAUSTE.N' CHAMBERLAIN Soc- retarv for India; was born" in 1863, eldest son oi. Rt. Hoa. J. Chamber- lain and Harriet Kenrick of Birming- ham. Educated at Rugby Trinity college, Cambridge. Civil lord of the Admiralty 1895-1900 financial secre- tary of treasury 1900-02 postmaster general 1902-3 chancellor of the ex- chequer 1803-K. Married 1906, Ivy Muriel Dtmdas. One son.. These are three of the four heavy 4.7 inch guns which the first Canadian contingent took to France and which were captured by the Germans and Lhen recaptured by the Canadians. Unemployed in West Estimated at Discuss the Division- of Milk River Waters ,IOAO CHACAS New president of Portugal, who was shot by Sen. Freitas. Ottawa.. Ont- May -T-- The repre- IJlLctft (t. Wiii-i sentatives ot the province anil the municipalities who have- been here for the greater part oi the week inter- viewing the government, left for -Mon- treal tonizht. While they were a lit- tle disappointed at not getting a dolin- ite promise from the government that a commission would be appointed to act in conjunction with the municipal anil provincial authorities to give re- lief to Ihe unemployed, they are hope- j ful that. the. suggestion made today will be upon. That conditions ill regard to .unem- ployment throughout Canada have not shown the improvement which was e.v- with the coming of spring is a statement made in the monthly sum- mary of industrial conditions issued by the labor department totlay. funds as it can borrow in London, the latter being strictly limited by the London treasury to expenditures upon works under contract. This limitation AFFECTS CHURCH IN CANADA Bishop Bidwell Summarizes Arch- bishop of Canterbury's Decision wesiern delegates to the con- top ferencas which have Just closed inti- mated that Ihe number of unemployed west of the Oreat Lakes is Ac- cording to the Labor department the number of unemployed persons in the more imnortant labor centres is about 75 000. These figures appear to fully confirm the estimates mado by tho western mayors. Raise Million a Day The Federal government is raisins about a day. exclusive oC to maintain its existing pro- wors u is not confined to the case.of Canada, but applies to other dominions and to municipalities of the United Kingdom 'ell. The reason for the restric- is. of course, that the imperial government desires to conserve the money markets for its own issues for war purposes. Until tile war ends, the restrictions are likely to become more stringent, rather than relaxed. In addition to oullavs in other departments the gov- crnmVj.t for the current year includes expenditures upon .pub- of ovt-v on rail- ways and canals' of on capital account alone, and in addition toe v.-nrKs of harbor commissioners call for Hllice the nutlireak of the war, the gramme and carry on the To do thin it has its revenues under the re- taxation increases, and such Dominion has used every effort not only to prosenuie the war, hut to mln- iiuemi.loyment in Canada by maintaining its programme of public Included In this programme is such works of national magnitude as the I.C.fl. terminals at Halifax; the Welland canal. Quebec bridge, Hud- son's Bay railway, N.T.F.. terminal elevators" throughout the west, and a very laj'go expenditure upon harbors at St. .loiin, Quebec. Montreal. Hamil- ton, Port Artb-4.ii Vancouver and Vic- toria. Bishop Bidwell ot Kingston, in a re- view of the Archbishop of Canterbury's pronouncement in the Kiguyu contro- versy, savs: "Summing up. we find thai the de- cisions are as follows; 1. "Ministers recognized in their own bodies may be invited to preach in Anglican churches, provided that the bishop invite them or authorize the invitation. "Nou-Auglicans, to whom the min- istrations of their own communion are for the time inaccessible, may be ad- mitted to the Holy Communion in an Anglican Church at the discretion of the bishop, on condition of the ac- ceptance ot the Apostle's and Nicene Creeds, the absolute authority of the (Scripture as the Word of God, aid the Deilv of our Lord. "Anglicans must not receive Ihe communion from ministers not Bpisco. pally ordained, or whose orders are otherwise irregular. 4. "We shall act rightly in abstain- ing for the present, at any rate from such services as the. closing service at Kihuyu (combined communion ser- vice of all "How far the Anglican Church, in Canada is affected by this pronounce- ment will probably bo .decided at. the meeting of the General Synod 4n To- ronto in September next. Winnipeg, May Mantle, deputy minister of agricul- ture tor Saskatchewan, returned yes- terday from St. Paul, where he at- tended, on behalf of: his government, a meeting of the international water- ways commission. There were pres- ent at this convention from Canada E F Drake Dominion superintend- ent of irrigation F. Peters, oi Cnl- "ary Dominion commissioner of irn- gat'ion C." S. Maclnnis, coun- sel for the Dominion J. S. Dennis, head of the 'natural resources and ir- rigation section of the C.l'.R. .1. Walker, counsel for the re- sources section of the C.P.H.; Wil- liam Pcarce, of Calgary, representa- tive of the Western Canada Irriga- tion association; and J. Burleish, iepresentativc of the Cypress Mills Water Users' association on hehali oi thu government ot Alberta, John Stoclis deputy minister oi public works, and J. D. Hunt counsel on behalf of the government of Saskat- chewan, A. F. deputy minis- ter of agriculture; The question particularly before the commission was that of the distribu- tion of the waters of the St. Mary nnil .Milk rivers. By Ihe waterways tieatv oi 1911, it was agreed that the waters of the St. Mary and Milk rivers their tributaries .should RO 1 in etiual portions to Ihe state oi Mon- tana and the provinces of Alberta 1 and Saskatchewan but in the case '.ni the St. Slary river, the Alberta !Irrigation company, which has its 111- ilnkc on that river, was to have the i right of an additional aOO second feet. and'the American irrigation scheme i dependent ou the Milk river should also have 500 second feet additional 'on that river. The Saskatchewan government m- I terest in the controversy is compare- Itivelv small, consisting mainly ot i tributaries which, south o! the ranps oi hills, How to the boundary, and some ot them join the Miik river lo Alberta the matter is one ol the first importance. So far as Alberta and Saskatchewan are both concerned, the. ultimate decision in these matters 'rests with the Dominion government, hilt both provincial governments were invited to take part in the conference and to state their case. It is likely that the commission will last lor tho balance ol the week. ________ IMPORTANT NOTlCEj Large Assortment of LADIES'HATS An Entirely New Line for Saturday Sale to up. "US? YOU SHOULD NOT MISS THIS SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY IF YOU ARE BUYING A SUMMER HAT Lethbridge Millinery Co 4 L. A. SCOTT, MANAGER 514 FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 457 f tt i S ;