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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1915 THE LETHBRIPOE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVBP RYLANDS CO., LADIES' frEADY.TO WEAR SPECIALISTS Saturday Night Bargains Ready for a Big Business To-night.JExtm Special Bargains, and Extra Staff to Serve Brassieres 'at Warner's Ulusllu Bnissicres neat, lace edge, sizes 34 to 42. Extra av'cclnl value. Good strong well made llar- retlcB, on Bale tonight only. Be early 'for these. Hail- Ribbons All Silte Taffeta millions, 4 ins. wide, ;10 beautiful shades. Huck Towels life Linen Jlirclcuback Towels: colored fringed ends; Tonight only ISc pair. Flannelettes 8c 27 inch. salt finish Canadian Flannelettes, wulto or .neat stripcH; on aalft tonlpht only. FMte -I'US) Medium size white FlanncI- etto pink or blue bord- ers; ret. -51.36 quality. See the New Coats on Sale Tonight at Men's Kerchiefs 5c Rxcelda Kerchiefs for men and boys: 10 dozen only at this low price. Child's Drawers 25r 100 pairs Girls' Wool Mix-1 turtt Drawers, ankle length; a few vests to match. Corsets at 69c A strong serviceable Corset. sizes np to 36; on stile tonight only at this price. Men's Overalls One Blue and white stripe Denim Bib Overalls, sizes to -10, .large and roomy. Boys1 Cobibs. Finn .Com- binations, make, ainut; 28 to Extra special. Hose Supporters lOo 50 pairs of Children's D.M.C. Hope Supporters, sold all over at 25, 30c; white or :hlack.. Silk Lined Tweed Suits up to Tonight Kid Gloves 89c Dlack Kid. sizes Mid 7, also white In sizo ex- tra special valne for Saturday night. Ladies Vests 18c Ladies' fine ribljed Cotton Vests, short or no. sleeves, on sale tonight only at .this price. Dressing Sacques 75c Made from velours, crepes, etc.. ncai Dresden designs, trimmed with band of satin edges. Boys' Jerseys Navy, ibrown. grey. red. .Worsted Jer- seys, slip over st.yle Special 1'rlco ylands Co. The Busy Store Boys' Overalls Blue Denim, sizes up to 2t> Tor 50c; larger sizes 75c ROBLIN WAS INTERESTED IN "EXTRA" CONTRACTS Sent Sir Roilmond Uohlin .was said Fixed Or. Montague The witness staled that Dr. Mon- tague, when hr first took office, was "verj ami put Horwood to considerable inconvenience through his scrutiny of estimates in Hor- cani- llorwooll tprm'w provincial architect, one. t mp as m Ulster ot public works 1 lie iirst witness-in the preliminary and to been present it a hearing of ;four members: of Mani-iate mcefcing just- before the last ses- last1 cabinet The. names of all sion of the- legislature when he asked accused-ex-ministers were men- lion. Dr. Montague if everything were tioned in evidence, in the crown's at- j all right in connection with -the par- tempt to. link them up with the liament building contracts. Dr. Mon- cha'rsc of conspiracy to defraud the tagie uplietl tbit everything ib province. "lircnroof. Something different! LUX is the very essence of the finest soap, in flakes, addd to the life of woollens, flannels, filmy laces and all dainty fabncs. LUX dissolves readily in hot water and breaks into a foamy, cream-like lather which cannot injure finest garments or the smoothest hands'. It coaxes rather than forces the dirt'out.of clothes and adds a note of refinement to wash-day work; LUX softens itiie hairfxt water the a luxury and the ahampootA delight Sold everywhere it 10 cerifi-" j FREE-write to Limited, Di Simpson saw the minister of pub- lic after that the witness claimed he found no difficulty George R.' Oold'.vcll, who was act ins minister of education for a great deal of the time the earlier work on- v J uis staged to in strutted Horwood that he should lie guided by .Hr. R. M. Simpson in the manipulation of contracts so that a campaign Eund might be raised from, parliament buildings. James Hodden, former attor- ney general, was mentioned less frequently Ilr uas at the con fercnce before the legislature mnt and was said to have remarked that a letter from Yicliitect Simon recom mending the acceptance of Ihos Iv s original tender Ucired up tr-e whole situation Thomas Ktelh s. 111 the tians actions about Mr ftoraood was examined as not inconspicuous according to ibe evidence gnen He recommended a. to brick thf foundation walls Hornood thought because hp had i large stock- of brick on "-hand which he n anted to have used When' 'Hor wood found it difficult to bring detailed figures up to the j which was1 the figure lie had to su> mit for the tor the sn j sing KHh aduseil him to me r i 800 for concrete betae 11 the gril lage He did this including, ilso eessivt! amounts of'steel and rivets, 'lie said. He allowed for l9i( tons -of rivets alone, 'Mr: Horwood was un- able to recall'tlie'amo'tftfis Dr. Simp- son had given him in connection with MIR various contracts, to .he included for campiiRn fimrts bill he siid -it was his practice to add to .the prb- per allowance of steel sometimes 2> pet cent nes 95 itid lo per cent and sometimes 2a Jo and 10 per The" witness told of having beeif'at a count iJ nieov cfore he ucnt to Minneapolis last spring bir Rod momU and Messes Montague and present as as 1 their tauter Mr Hor wood aad been asked not signed a letter Dr Monjtaguc hatl left or him the previous balurdax and he hail replied that he had taken tic aduct oi his solicitor Previous hr Mi old had. told him lie could not i solicitor Miss Thompson i'Jti The (i, K. Club will inci't, with'Mrs. jr. McN'atJ, nth uvrmie south on .Mon- day ufttMiiUOU. The Vrt XccMlli'-ft-ork club will j inwi with .Mis. Mall on Mon- day afternoon. Judge Jackson is in Md in on ton at-1 a nsC-Uuj; of UN? district j court JUUKCS of Alberta. i Miss Lucy Bins lion ;iml .Miss Mar-j ftuorhe Uaiualui'i an1 leaving today j on a visit lo the I'lmama Imposition, j j Supt. and Mis Ctmrilaml Stiirnes Mrs. Krascr. of Mucleori, were; j guests .Supt. iinri F'eimc- i hither yesterday. j Mr. and Mrs. -I. Iv Hodgson j Mr. H. .M'liKin arc leaving today on a motor trip in tiic Crows Nest 1 f'ass. j Mr. iind.Mrs. (ico K. Cndoha and j boi'othy returnsid from _ a very pleasant six vacation I spcnl "in Bufi'ale: anil olber eastern j cities., j The wedding of .Mlaa Violet of "Vancouver lo Wii'iiam F'oote, only Hon of Mr. and .Mrs. William Koote of; Pincher Creek, look ylaco at Blair- more on Wednesday last. j Mrs. H.'1 who was the city attending the wedding oilier! son Mams, left "this morning for j Fort Benton, -Mont. Her son Herbert! left this induing for Magrath. Word lias been received from Miss Phyllis Higiiihotham, .stating that she has successfully passed her batioimry examinations at Hop- kins' Hospital, Haltimore. i Mrs. Elmer Ainsworth entertained! at a delightful little tea yesterday i afternoon, complimentary to "Miss j Lucy Bawden, who is leaving for j California. Miss McNabb and Miss, Elizabeth Sharman assisted the hos-1 tcss. I I I Piuclier Cree Eclio: Mr. Justice j ives and Dr. [ves, his cousin i'ront caure down Tram Calgary, and spent the 'Week-end at the ranch here, returning Sunday niglit. j family, ivho have been staying at the rancli Tor the summer, left on Wednesday lor Calgary, where they expect to stay fyr the winter. With a campaign in sight there will hi i greater need ton warm comforts'-for the soldiers and] it is hoped that every woman in, who can knit or who will learn to knit, will give as much! of. her time as possible, 16 this laud-I ahle caus: Titf Daughters of the Em- pire have a good supply- of wool, ihi'-h fLc i I give out at 123 8th St. S. oil Tuesdays and Fridays j from 10-1! and-from 2-5. I i 1 The Alexander Gait Chapter, I. 0. j T) I thanks the following donations CiF work i -Socks-6 Mrs. Bryan, 4 Mrs. Hugh! Taylor, 1 Mrs. Ramsay, 6 Ladies of Pipeis Band Mis. 4, Mrs. Scott At The Bay-Notable Price Reduc- tions In Many Lines of Merchandise These Specials on Sale Tonight from 7 to 10 o'clock The Ready-to-Wear is Featuring House Dresses .Most of tlie House Dresses In this collection are HinKlmins and Prints of reliable quality. Tlicy come in neat stripes or plain colors. All neatly nmdo throughout. 9Q Bi7.cs 32-10 40. On sale tonight -9 I Women's Boots Specially Priced at pr. They'll prove, an agreeable surprise to women who have any doubt as to whether moderately priced lootwear can he smart and shapely. In style essentials they mtelH easily he mistaken for higher priced hoots. Their capacity for good service.v.-ill develop in the wear. .Made of select- ed tan .calf .in approved blucher style. 4 QO All sizes.. .Regular 16c for a Smart New Necktie Tonight 4ll opportunity for men to replenish their sup- ply of neckwear. Choice ot plain colors, also fancy stripes and neat designs. Materials are American and English Silks. In wonderful variety here tonight and of unusual value Showing a Special Line of Dolls at 25c Of our many Dolls we fhis lino at 25c one of our best numbers. They are liard to break, made in Cnmuia, and just the kind to appeal to tUe littht .lust "iO on sale at fcww Other pricps mi'io Grocery Specials pricr ['ur dozen Old Country Ginger PHI- pound 35 C 19c Smoker's Special Hudson's Bay Briar Pipes of well known quality. Me values Sheet Music Specials As usual on Saturday night, we are featuring special lines of Sheet Music. Special numbers on sale tonight at SPECIAL FEATURES A.3-hour Final Clearance Sale of Drug Sundries DON'T MISS THESE Colgate's Toilet Waters (2 oz Violet, Lilac, Dactylis and Cashmere Boquet. Qrtn Regular 75c fcWW Colgate's Perfumes, Rose, La- trance, Dactylis, Violet. B'clit and. Cashmere Boqilot. Resular'-'iOc'. 20c Palm Olive Cream, a line tliat always retails at uOc. Our clearing price Rouvieres Egs Shampoo; a regular Me, line. Priced 9QC Colgate's Shaving Sticks; loo quality 10c Empire Picture Producer (for transferring embroidery de- signs from newspaper and mag- azine never sold less than Tonight Turkiali Delight, fresh confectionery. Just 120'lbs. Per pound 5c delicious 20c Mrs ir Mufflers-l Miss Ashton. Bed socks-l Mrs. Higinliotham. banding in work kindly I Mrs. Scott, jr., -4 u Mmes to the articles. es impossible to list Bennett l Mrs It is sbmcLlrac- 2 Mis. Campbell, j contrjbutions at once; and this mcth- Hcinze (Flowery 2 m, would prevent'anyone-being over- "Ao" ua regor Handker iuci-, next Term ntai 'For CalrnJir a rftiff ie Me REV. GRAHAM'ORCHARD, MA. Camb. frthnol. BrnclrtWiJ looked. f The Cranbrook Methodist church I was the scene of a -very impressive service. this at 11 o clock, I the Rev. Thomas Keywqrth, 'pastor, performed- nuptial cere- mony at which Miss Eva -Georgia Conley, only Havward, Dewar avenue.- was united in matrimony- to-Mr.-Robert-Coates 1st Clair, of the iorestr-y de- I partment. The church was fi.l.ed with an eager'and interested congregation, service'being'fully choral. The choir, of 'which Jtiss Conley has been ardent was present in a bodv and touk a .prominent part, m the'service. Mr. C. K.-Nidd otriciated at the organ and rendered in beauti- ful manner "the Bridal from r, t Mkito In Canada. Synod Votes 7i) Include 2nd Verse Toronto Onl Sept IS house of Bisiiotn of tfie Angncin Clhtrqh tie elded toda> that Ihc second the National rpuld sung m chiirrhcs in timaB of war or tumult. The news-was received iiv the General SMiod nlth gnal Cheer ing. i The Board of tha Royal Academy of Music Royal College of Music LONDON. ENGLAND., for Ucal in Music PATBGN SJJ Ihc Kiog. .Music.Examinations 1916 to t W Pi p h of all Teachers of Mui.c. ttinl ETnniinalions iti 1'racticnl Lohengrin, .whilst brule entered Petrograd, Sept. Germans have cut the railway line between Vilna and Alolodechno, and the only outlet by rail from Vilna still'remain- ing in Russian hands is the line, run- ning southward to Lida. The Wai- Office maintains, however, that there are roads .for use in an emergency It is staf a thai he decision concerning tne Jn longer of Vilna be i The Lida railway line has been .under sharp attack to the westward, TWO KILLED, ONE FATALLY HURT IN CROSSING SMASH Ont., Sept. west- bound pasKenger train struck S.Dennis New Irrigat'n Presiden Sacramento, Cal., Sept. Dennis of Calgary was today first vice-president of the Intern tional Irrigation Oongiess Richai F. Burgess of Bl Paso, Tel., is tl new president. Ask Bulgaria To Declare Hersei Paris, Sent. Entente .--J lies have presented a joint note the Bulgarian go-iernment askins that it declare Itseir as o tveen t tern n-1 tne Central foyvei The note hovtfver is iot m the n thre of aa uitimatnm. on a level crossing at two miles west of Niagara Ta Mu'Sc iiiul 'rlirory will be held I IT, 1 nud fiine, 1916. Anczamin- Ij will le held I lo 1 C made hy Oclobcr i line about (500 offered -so 2 Gold and a Silver Mednl.s. Musi forUieesnmiiinlionsftnd rs i ij be obtained on at on i i 11 eor n i t A 1 cxhil itio Syllob lbnHcil oir to C PAHS d Tcncl ers wtshftig to enter r U e 0 ex ninationi slionkl M IhfcSccrstarj' ntoiicsaiul e placed 01 mailing list. 6 RID the church leaning upon the arm of, Tier-'only brother, Mr: Harry Conley, i. and was waited upon by Miss Gladys i afternoon killing Robert Hog Hickenhotham, girl chum of the bride.; Pr5 The prottsBional bicjcliit Doerfllo er i resident of Basel has been cq demned to death as a spi by a man court martial The erument has intervened m his t lulr with a request for element Doeiflmger -ftho was condemned death bj couit maitial has appealt to a higher mllitarj court where h case is pending ;