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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1915 Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder Blue Ribbon perfection has been attained by years of care- ful study. There Is no as good." Insist on Blue Ribbon Coffee, Tea, Baking Powder, Spices, Jelly Powders and Ex- tracts. They are guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction. FKEAC1I SAPPEKS ItEMOyiiVG LOOSE EAltTli FUOM TUNNEL Rylands Co., Coats, Suitit, Dresses, Underwear, Hosiery Rylands' 'Golden OpportunityJ Sale Featuring Special Bargains in Children and Women's Underwear and Hosiery for Thursday Cashmere Hosiery Childs' Unaerwear Photo shows a scene at the mouth of a tunnel dug by French suppers preparatory to laying a mine. iMen are tabtug out looso earth dug, away as they approach the enemy's lines. Girls' Vests or Punts, natural color, elastic knit, medium weights. 2 to 12 5.0 C TIntou or Cotton and Wool, 0- Button front styled All slzos, Special Childs' Combinations Cream elastic Knit Combina- tions for girts from 2 to 14 yra. 51.00 to values, Thursday 75c Chiles' Sleepers Best quality Children's Plush Sleepers, all sizes, AVhlle they last on Thursday CO for................. O0C Cashmere Hose A fine ribbed all wool Cash- mere Hose, in tan, white, sky, cardinal and black., Sizes to 7 at 30c.; all other sizes Ladies' Underwear 50c Ladles' While. Ribbed Vests or in three or four weights, valuos an high au 90c. All at one price, per garment Vests A medium weight fine rubbed Vest with-Dutch neck and quar- ter sleeves. Worth "ire On sale at........... OUC Outsize Underwear A special garment, for larse or punts, on Bale per garment, Thursday at................... Combinations Watson's .High Grade Closed- Crotch Combinations will on sale at these reductions: All Suits for All Suits for All J2.50 Suits for .All for All Suits for EXTRA 10 Dozen Ladies' White Com- binations, short 'or long sleeves Indies' fine -wool cashmere hose, Llnum wool and colored caahmere. Regular 50c pairs for Sample Hosiery Ladles' Llama Wool, also Penman's High iGrafle Cash- mere. Regular values up to 75c real snap at per pair................ 50c Outsize Hosiery Extra large outsize hosiery, Penman's and also two down samples in a fine til wool cash- mere." Regular 76c. for Silk Boot Hose Another big bargain in Silk Boot iHose, black or white best lUlo gurter tops.' 4Qji All sizes, 60c tor CJJG Radium Silk Hose The beat wearing hosiery that you can buy." 'We are spec- ial agents for these -Radium Silk Hoae, black or colors, pair Rylands' Co. Exclusive Agents for Nemo and Warner's Corsets Abore is the only photograph of is seen in the centre-of the 'picture, Krs "Brother" Lang, ever published, surrounded M a lew 01 the girls-nith in her tvehe season nith the iW the Bostonians The Bostoniap will ,T i. open a ihres dajs engagement at the tomans Mrs Lang has been the Ma e5tlc tomorrow night, playing, since its inception, and is Mary" directlv responsible for the training "The Dream Girl" Friday night, and of tne'glrls with the companj. She "Baron Humbug" Saturdar night. Douglas, Ariz., Nov. Jones of Company (J, Se.enth Infan- try, lale tonight shot through h (highs by a Carraaza soldier, who-leaped from his trench at Agua Prieta, shouting, ''Viva and tired six shots at Jones, .who was on patrol near .the boundary in ths rear of the custom house. The Am- erican soldier is not seriously wound- ed, i What appeared. to bo a general at- -on Agua Prieta began at o: I jck tonight, when the Villa forces a heavy firing from alj sides and advanced onHhe town. ceased -vvren the Villa ;roops wire entangle- ments on the east side of Agua Prie- ta and began to dig themselves iii, Hrina by Aid or Searchlights. Meanwhile the Carranza garrison was sweeping .from all sides of the town with rifles, and machine gun volleys guided by .searchlights. Al- though it "is hel'e c-1 tlie volleys went over the heads ot the _ia torc- cs cheers rang dut in the Carranza trenches as everjr rolley-was Ge- eral Calle's feejan exploding mines ;to the eastward at 8 o'clock toniHii. With four shells and a brief dis- charge of- rapifl-fircrs .Villa forces drew a new fusilade from.the Car- rara trenches at 9 53 and at 10 o'clock tonight. 1 SAILINGS FROM MONTREAL Date Steamer To Nov. .London Nov. London Nov Glasgow falling at Havre, east and west bound. 'Carries 3rd class passen- gers only. Fu'I information from any R R or S S Agent, or W. R. ALLAN, Gen'l Non-West Agent, 364 Main .St. Winnipeg. NO WOMAN LAWYERS .IN- QUEBEC Winnipeg, Nov. given; by Sir Rodmond" Hoblin, when prem- ier of Manitoba, in the collection by, Thomas Kelly of money from C. H. Simpson, who had the contract for the constr.ction of the law courts, was told of bv Mi Simpson this al- gmng evidence m the m- BRITISH MARINES INSTRUCT SERBIAN GUNNERS Picture taken a few weeks ago proves that plans were made for some time back to assist when the telling The witness insisted that he' fresn attaclt came. could recollect nothing further. The crown desired of a woman to enter examinations for P'e nract'cp of'aw in the province of Quebec was denial toay m a maJorttJ qmry Mathers t-juagment handed down from -tire It Au t 1914 sald s i Court ot the King's Bench, appeal son, that Thomas, Kelly, who had the side, Sir Horacj Archambault presid- sup-contract for supplying the cut ing "Her ses was the ground [or the law courts, came tB his the building, wluch he took in Sep- taken for dismissal of the appeal of and sald he was Tety hard up, the production of Mr -Sunpsoi's-personal checks cov-j pany at IcaMng a Profit to ermg this period, ands the commit himseif of over The witness sioners orderen them Drought, despite declared that he considered this t e objections or the contractor's sir-all enough profit, on top of the lawyers "There is_sufflcient mjstcry he was to clear personally on surrounding the matter to require the sub-letting 01 the mam contract, said-the commissioner since he found that'the job was to Simpson was then questioned continue lor a long tune about the contract for an addition to Mrs Annie Langstaff from a decision had lost heavily m stocks, and he ,ayearaaooi the Superior Court, wanted help irom the National Con- which refused issuance of a. -writ of ttructum companj, of which Simpson mandamus ordering the Bar associa president tion of the province, which refused to j "I told continued Simpson, allow her to become an applicant, to ('that he had been given his.share of admit her to eiammations Mr Jus- payments an progress estimates and ticejLavergne made a strong stand m he was pretty -well paid up on his tember, 1913, it and Bub- let to the Construction coin- favor of women, but ae was alone ag- ainst four other ieamed justices: k Unreserved Auction Sale Farm Stock and Implements FOUR AND ONE-HALF MILES SOUTH-EAST OF Coaldale, on S.E. 1-4 of 6-9-19 Q M____ FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5th Everything must be sold as the .proprietor giving up farming, HORSES One Gelding, 9 years old, weight 1400 One Mare, Jennie, 8 years old; weight .1400. One Gelding, Jim, 8 years old, weight 1100. One Gelding, Slim, 7 years old, weight 1350. One Geiding, Jack, 10 years old, weight 1050. One Mare, Jay, 10 years old, weight 1050. HOGS 6 brood sows 18 store hogs, about 150 Ihs. ea 20 store hogs, about 801b3. ea. 40 store ilogs, "auout 651bs ea CHICKENS About 100. 79 tons of alfalfa in stack, ton or bulk MWPLEMENTS Onnf Bl McCormlck Binder McCormick Mower. Large Grain Tank "Wagon Lumber Wason, nearly new a Democrat Wagon. Hay Rake Bundle Rack Sickle Grinder Deering Horse Power Grinder 2- brake bottoms for sulky plow 4 sets Gang Points, nearly new Do Laval Cream Separator j> .sets Double Harness. Forks. Shovels and other arti- Cash, balance three (3) monthi approved joint notes with b% on atl credit on a" credit -I told.nini that, he could get the money without it coming out of the progress estimates, it bc._ali right, and he said he would see he could do." The same day Kelly called Simp-1 son to tne parliament buildings, and' Simnson agreed pay Kelly some wanted they could get it from the fund of 15 per cent, held back by the government. The witness said that Kelly l-nk ami in to ses Sir.Rodmond. i "Sir Rodmond wanted to went on Mr. Simpson, "how I stood iv-ith Kelly's account. I told .him that it was fairly weir paid up. He said, 'Can't you get some money for him. He has had some heavy losses in C. P. H. and he-said Kelly ;iad been complaining about not .getting his money. I said that as the payment, did not interfere .with the progress estimates 1 did: not care what money Kellj got, up to what I owed him The premier, according to the wit- ness, sent- for V, W.. Horwood, 'the provincial 'architect, and asked if Simpson's drawback would stand i payment of Ilnrwood said it 1 would, and suggested the necessity of, an order in council for such payment, j j Mr.'Simpson said .that he had al-' ways thought that this money was paid on account of the 15 per cent, neld back from his payments.. Docu- ments introdi ced by Isaac Pitblado, t crown counsel, however, that was of this account on. June 28 on the authority d! an order in council, and that on August 3 he was given, a government checjtie for based on the authority of j three progress estimates. On August 4 he paid Thomas Kelly and on August 5, Mr. Pithiado endeavored to con- vince the witness that his conversa- tions with Kelly and Sir Rotlmond re-illy preceded the payment of 000 June, hut Mr. Simpson was ror.t e that took place before thi Augi'si payment. "You give me the .commonted Commissioner Mathers', at one stage, "that you know a good deal more about -this than you are i Dyspepsia Spoils Beauty A Good, Sharp and Perfect Digestion are. the to Attain and Keep the Beauty of Health Try Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablett Free Nothing will spoil the complexion, dim the ejes and cave in the cheeks quicker than digestive troubles: TOUCHING SERVICE IS IN MEMORY OF LATE HISS CAVELL HELD London, Oct service at St. Paul's _in memory of Miss'Edith" Cavell, the British who was .executed in Brussels, was attended by a throng' which recalled the funeral of 'Lord 'Roberts almost a years ago. Before 8 o'clock a great crowd stood awaiting the opening of the doors. Shortly..after 10. o'clock, signs bear- ing the words "Church were hung "out. Conspicuous among the crowd which waited .was a large number of wound- ed soldiers, attended by Red Cross nurses The only seats reserved were for the. Ijord Mayor, the diplomatic corps of the Entente Allies, and 600 of Miss Cavel'i's fellow The sprvice was begun with "The Dead played on the great or- gan. -Then came "Abide With bv the 1st Ofe Guards band. Except for the .Lord's; Prayer, and the road-" .ng of one lesson, the service was en- tirely musical, no sermon being deliv- ered. OSCULATED IN BULK ,trolia, mno like kisses, and who don't object to get- ting them in .bulk, ought to make a to Oil Springs Pmate Todd Fleming, who has recently returned haggard appearance and are tho sneclflc Stuart's' Dyspepsia' Tablets the diges" i gested" that, store Pri-nte Fleming tion is (ha ic normal find the meiiato was a returned a bullet to good looks health moved. Get a 50c-package of-Stuart's ;Dys pepaia Tablets at any drijg store, or send coupon for a free trial. FREE TRIAL COUPON f. A. Gtuarl Co., 203 Stuorl Marshall, send ine at once a free trial package of Stuart's Di'sy.ep'sia Tablets. Name Street City .State SUCQEST3 NEW CREED TO BAPTIST MINISTRY Boston, Mass criticizing the Apostle's icreed as "containing phases wliiclu thejhodern -mind cannot, accept at their face value'' the Rev Wood- man Bradbury, of Cambridge, today, offered to the Baptist ministry his idea of creed It was unanim ously voted that the new declaration be placed in the minutes of the meet- ins which U being held to celebrate the tw.o hundred and fiftieth anniver- sary of the religion in this state -The creed suggested by Mr Bradbury fol- lows: "I believe in God, the Father of all races, in Jesus Christ, our Lord, and in the HoK Spirit, the purifier of the hearts" "I believe in tne gospel as the pow- er of God, and the wisdom of God and in Christian good will ai the force to traniform the world "1 believe in the Church Universal the communion of the the com ing the Kingdom, and the Life Ever- lafttin.' WIVES AND MOTHERS you ever stopped to lealizw how mush the health of your famils depends upon you' For instance, diet is a great factor to health.' and s you are responsible for it, then again when any member of jour famil} gets into a run-down condition, when the children are delicate, cross anil ailing, when somebody takes cold and develops 8 cough, they look to you for help you know that our local druggists, J D. Jiiglnbotham Co, have a non-secret constitutional rer-i edy known as Vinol which thev guar- antee for just snch conditions Many families in this vicinity have found It so reliable they are never without it. Nine Good Reasons S Why You Should Subscribe to the Canadian Patriotic Fund to the Extent of Your Ability 1. You owe to your country, and to the Empire of which we are a part, either, to fight yourself or help to make it pos- sible for others to fight in this supreme struggle. '2. As a Canadian you have enjoyed the protection and privileges qf British Citizenship and have never yet been called upon in tliu Defense of the Empire. x 3. The Mother Country has for years, practically borne the burden of your protection alone. 4. In this hour of trial We desire Great Britain to, realize that every Canadian is supporting and upholding her Cause. 5. The war in which we are is a righteous cause, a stniggleifor Truth, Liberty and for the sacredncss of Treaties and the given world. 6. If you can't go yourself, you can help to make it p'ossible for others to go by teeing that their families will be pro- ided for in their absence. 7. The object of the Canadian Patriotic Fund is to make tlll in his back, he would be a fit candidate for the reward mentioned in tn" solo Accordingly, after tlie meeting, ab- oul -thirty-flv-9 ot the ladies remaining to ?hoiv their appreciation SLsod'ht theamreveanldgave provision 'for ALL families of soldiers going from Canada lo Now that the ordeal It over Privato Is lust nroud of the great honors heaped upon i Goggles -for motorists" aro being made from the product known as veg- etable ivory, to lessen the glare of heidllghU or innllghti take part in the present war. 8. Those who have gone to the front are making greater sacrifices than anything we can do at home. 9. An unparallcd crisis in the world's culls for su- preme sacrifice on our part. WE MUST DO OUR DUTY. JVE MUST FIGHT OR ;