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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta AT'iVII, in, 1017 rim HIIIUIXiK OAII.Y ,'llvflAl.O PAGE List of and Interest- ing Store News from Rylands TCMOltllOW you will find Hie. Kions lln Jisivc "recover- ed" Hfirr Die cnoi'iiioiix bnnlmwi ilium IJIH! .vci'li, ;iml Juive to UiftMock iiiiiny now UIIOK wliU'li lin'lvcil Idu hiic.lor No jniUlvr you inny ncuil In dry goods you our wtock WIIH novel1 bcllor as.swfcd Iliau Jl IK Joiln'.y, mid Roods no 'mud 1" That's New ami Different. ?Eare selling mighty fine Coats tomorrow Rippelett Romper Cloth A that it .superior lo nrlnla, BiuBhaiin or percales for rociipcrn hoURO drcancB, Nccdi no Iron- ing, neat raUirMK, rail 7flr colorlngtt, 1'ar yard uvC Drunimer Boy Stocking' The belt Z6e ttocklug In America heavy .'ribbed, fait hlack cotton. Sims 6 to OH. All one price, OC Per pair The Famous Eden Cloth 32 Inches wtdo. Tho Ideal clolli for boyfl' anil men's shirts, pyjam- as, night gowns, etc. Neat stripes. fast colors. 1'er yard iUC DbL-warp Bath Towels Another' lot ot thoao heavy ''Knob" finished Ex- Ira size. Cream, colored. Per ptitr Kiddies Jap. Rompers Tho first lime we liavc shown. Japanese garments for children. Heavy, iveljjhl crcjic, made iiji Jiito rompers, 2 to 7 year sizes, op Each Opt Cotton Tho ,iv Id Hi makes It right for .'culling out shirts, "nigh etc, Tho cloth 'could not be bctlcr. 'Kitrfl special'value.' yard O 0 C 15 No need to pay 120.00 or lor a spring cot I. whllo wo arc vhowtag coils Ifko Ihoao for A assort- ment In 31 to 40 skoft now Ir. Block, New sold eliaUce, now green ibfLifcs, ncwgolf cloths, [n Hporl or Ions lenKtiur. A NOTHERBig Bargain in Silk Waists, for Wed. This tlino wo are making a big noEflc wlUi whtto'Crepo'dR whlto Habuta] Sll'li Waists at 1205, Four aifferent Gtylcs In (ho lot. Sizes up Lo 11. A real bargain, for Wcih lie a day only, SUITS arriving by I, each .morning's 'express, fgihger-up' our Ready- to- Wear >Departmen t, which Is beginning :to known nil over the south country as I lie best place to -buy a garment Ihnt's differ- cut. Have You Seen These Veilings? You will find all the latcat "fads" In veilings nt Itylands.- .Wo show that's new and different" and show them. Klne meah veilings with colored Lordera. Also 'Sequin edges. 7C Per yard........... IDC Wo show the last minute merchandise from the famous PRINCESS AND LADY CORD-' ON FACTORIES, v Those apple green anil'copper colored aulta with the. "pleats and the baits, wide collars anil saddle pockets, are .the In at word !n style and. material.' Olher "novelty, suits In ecrgds, and pojrcl twills at THE BUSYJSWKE y -T-i i v i LAVERGNE JOINS BLONDIN April. I liounced Mils inornlnsr; at Colonel Blondln'a h'eKdquariors', ithQt AnnanQ Ijivcrgne, leader of the. Nalionalisla in Quebec "had .Jdjriedj Colonel Blon-_ din's charge of recruiting for hoina punoaea. Jewelry you, heed IN THKSB DAYS OF 1'nOSPERITV AND I'l.HSTY.-'JEWELttV Ta NO A LUXUIIY; IT. IS A NKCKSSITY. .IT IS NECKS- SABV THAT MAN Oil-WOMAN "APPEAR" WELL IN HUSINKSS Oil" SOCIETY. THIS PLEASES TII03B THIS WILL PI.KASB YOU AND "PAY" YOU. DO NOT LET YOUR NECESSAHY ARTICLES OK.OHNAJIBNT BE JUST ANYTHING YOU CAN I'ICK UP ANTWIIEUE CHEAPLY, HUT LET THEM COME FHOM US AND DB ARTISTIC ANU LUXUniOUS. -WE TtlnllT; .TITR7J TIIR PTllflV. RIP.IIT I. i 5 RIOHT; THEN TUB PJllCE IlIGllT. -J ARMSTRONG RAWORTH ISSUERS OF MARRIAGE LICENSES' 324 FIFTH STREET S. LETHBRIDOE, ALBERTA Mn, Mfm Mf. II, I i be II (i in II. IVjUon tn'l Mr, lcli far'; atd' In Cal Corporal Kred r'ulnam Koine j'eiltrOay p r s, J, Morgan IB leavinj; L n Maximum' Should Be 'Dedare'For Free Market In ;v.. -fv X- Saakatoon, Th'o Saskatoon Daily Slar and neg.na Daily PosLj today editorially view, of: .abnormal conditions on the ivprld ivlioaf market t1ie'Can-T Eoverhtncnl, acldis for ih'c DritlBh government, should fix giiari enlcod prices for the. Canadian iVheat crop (or .the noxt tivo years, scnlc lo n. maximum' of mlntmura of 51.70 for NoM Wliilam .'prico. .this, year's crop, and "working .sliding scnlc to a maiimum o[ -l.nu ami'- a (or Victoria, ll.O. lo raak'; an tili-ndcd lltll for Iho benefit of her Ijiallh. Mill >l. Alchcs'on rclurnci) lorjay from t-'alxary where the RiJtnt KaelLT .Mra. W. [I. The Women's lloapllnl Aid of Cal- vary made from iheir bale violets and lag! on Ktf.tur tialurday The c! I. A. will meet for fled Cross Bowing tomorrow aflornoun at at the homo of -Mrs. Wallv.'ork. G2i 5th Slrect. of was the Bucal of Mra. Klrkwoo'l NVal flon over Ha S'ewa, The ladles' Aid ,of St. Patrick' ]Urth are giving a card social In S1 basil's NorLh Lellibrldge. o Munday oi'enlok, April All Ihe laillCB ot the First Aid clas Who-have not taken''llie exams asked In meet tonight at S o'clock I the y. il. 0. A. Irs. II. Flower wno'lias ape .a week with her brother .Mr. W; Holtj leaves lomorroiv for he home [if Crow's Neel. Mr. K. Flenderfion has re turned to Moose Jaiv, aflor Eoiler with bis wife. Is visltlo her paronls. Mr. and Mrs. H. S Sinlih.' .Mies Arihle McPhee, who has hcc attending Ferris' Institute at B Mien., has-returned bom ifcr aunt. Mra. Hoodie of Duluth, a companfed her. Mrs. J. Camplielli cordially inviles all inombera ot the L.O.B.A. and their friends to a lea at.lier home 312 IStli norlh tomorrow afieruoon at 3 O'clock. ;c Jj Miss Kathleen Mcfhee. Miss Agnes Livingstone and r'rance's Duns- worth, who are atte'ndlng the Normal school at Calgary, .are spending the in the city with their The'r'J.uh'lor .Aiixilieh' of 'are holding'on' Balnr- day-nert a sale of fancy work and homel'coOHiiis fromrs lo C 'in the afternoon in Ihe parish room. ,Vt- lernobn-lea will'be serrcd. the Junioi Auxiliary of SI. Cyprian's will be hela at. 7.30_ p.m., in tho parish room, to. make..final arraose menls lor llio sale. --All members aro urged to'attcnd. A 100 pound sock ot flour that was "donated to the sale recently held a comuiiltoe ot.ladies.for. the Sailors Reliet I-Mnd has been raffled and tho drawing-will tale place In Slarland llheitre on-Thursday'at p.m., by Mayor Hardie. The.'iwiraming the auspices at the Women's Clrlo Club will.Bla'tl at Ihe Y. M.'C. A. lornqr- roV it 4.16 In the afternoon for chil- dren and at, 7. 30 'in'the evening" for adulis'. 'Tlie tec Is'60 cents' a month All intending roembera "aro listed Id attend lomorrow 'and' bring tbeir fees. 'Aribthcr 'delightfiil'- dance was siv- en-'list'niEla -in IhV Knishls of Py- Ihlas ball by Ihe Court Stor. Ancient Order of'Foresters. There has al way'B'been ti large-attendance at :thi dancer given by this IMgelhis sea- son and last'nlsbt it-was no. excep- tion as-.tbere were 120 couples, pres- ent. '-Miss Arnold's four-piece or- chestra BUiipllcd the rausic. Supper was sen-oil during the intermission minimum o[ (1.20 1322. _ prices tor (he crop 'ot _ bnsed, Ilia pap--- crs 'say, on the giianinleed mlninium I price in Great Dritaln. lading Inlp nc- I count bolb Iho'cosl or 'jranspoVtJng Uio grain to Hyerp'pol arid '.high1 .pro- duction co3t3 in western Canada.' protection to Itself, 'the, pa: pord iirgeT the government al tho sanio llmo throw, upen the, Am- erican market hy adoption" ol freo "wheat policy for tho five and thereafter a growers. v Tho patriotism of Jhe grain (grow- ers; !IL! 'thiit future w.opfe for famini forinhe'Mwxt Gtiro nsrce learo a gURrn'ntec.to.the.Eralii it midnight. The'card psrly glvep by llie mem hers .'of the G. I. A. last; evening.In Iho hall was a most cu- Jojaible 35 sweats were Pfeeftni.' The first prizes iTVeVo won M5o ;and Mr. Sbowers anil uVe'ciMEOliitiori Mrs. Mer- illl and Mr- Cudolia. The piano anil .selections by Hiss Glan- ville- and Mr. George iVnderspn were really enjoyed. Tho" winner of Ihe cake donated by Mrs. Wardnian was the lucXy.number being :02.' Refreshmenls lyerp served nt ho card tables at i ,6n Wednesday afternoon, April t, at the- home bf the brldp'a parents, Ura. and Mrs. Win. Litllcpagc, of Glen riV-.r.c.r, Alfa., ilie, marriage .took place of. Ihclr rtaughlor. Vera VIvfan, to; Mr.-Henry Warren Treffry, ot PB- nuntial knot was lied by. Rev. J. Goldlng In the pros- enco of Ihe mrmbers ot ,ihe family and fl tew tnvtlcrt guests from Orion and Manyberrles. Miss Lottie Stev Mallyberrios. acted as bride .Mr. liortcd'iho (jrooni. Tho groom Is we and faTorftbly known In (he com having been engaged (or time In iho Presbyterian mis alon here. The bride Is a mem ber.of Iho Evangelical church nnd an earnest Christian worker. They nil rnnkc tholr hcrne ln-Pakowkl anil wll be .valuable assistants' lo .Ihe churcl work there. In a lettor received Iron the O. C of, jhft' Frank M.H.C.C. TOposed gifts'from the. Sick Room, luiibcams.'ho'snys: About hnlf Iho] alients'nre'ln bod.most of.Iho .time nil thp utlier halt cire only .allowed ucli penile ;exerclse RS- walkir.t; ..for horl illslances.-ilrlvIiiE on fine days. ing .or somo other equally gentle ccreotlnn. Sliouli! tnc proposed cn- crlalnrrienl lie as succossful as It ought lo'he.'nny prOIit might be used one'or other, or all Ibe following vays: ilozCn rte'ck- chairs, flowers, fishing rofls'hnd tackle, the Jlphlesvof light llter.it'jre, phonograph records drives for'bcil Ladies' Ready-to-Wear WAISTS BLOUSES 'f In cftjxi rle chfcne, tdfj'vJ wtph ellk Jfahu- 'A Ijfcautlful ruti Kf-WKtitUi cet-ji'.'. tali in all J'rkcs lo f? 10.00 .fust a few Icfl of tlic.sc skirls to sell at Valuei ranglnc from to (12.M. IN EVERY STYLE AND COLOU. Rand, Helgtan Blue, Navy, Checks, (Jrcena, Urowns, Creams, Greya and Utack, Prices iron) io LA DIES' COATS Latest- Now Vork productions Jn Lhree- .quarlfer lengths In gold, apple green, kelly, rtiECj navy, black. Taffeta, covcrl cloths, checks, white velvets and blanket, clotha, sports coats. rrices to You Can Save Money on High Grade Foot- wear at the PricesQuot- ed Below LAOIE8' BLACK KID AND PATENT LEATHER PUMPS In narrow lit All lalt-iL sty'ea. Special. Per pair CADIE61 HIGH TOP CLACK KID BUTTON AND LACE. MHO pntymt with kid lops, but- ton or lace. Are all new slylc-e, Very special value M166E6' TAN COLONIAL PUMPS. 11 to 2. Just splendid (or spring 4 rn wear. Special, per 3.99 5.29 Dry Goods Specials for LARGE BROKEN PLAID ORGANDIES White grounds with Copen- hagen blue, mustard, vleux rose or peacock blue, plalils 32 inches wide lor, yard ANDERSON'S SCOTCH GINGHAMS. 30 Inches wide (n dainty platdn anil checks. Also a lew Blrijies, Specially priced, Wednesday-Prices Quality to Suit all Mother's Macaroni, Vermi- celli, Egg Noodles and Spa- 2 pkgs. Tor Van Camp'E Spaghetti. Spec- ial, small tins. 2 for............... Large tins n A Each Monk arid'Gtass Blanc Mange Powders. Special Per tin Peanut Butter. Special Per tin------ BovrH Cordial.' Spec- Ort ial, per botlle..... 1-OU :25c 30c Ginger Bread Molasses. 10 Ib. tins. special Per tin Swill's White Laundry, Naptha and 'Ivory Soapj 5 cakes Airline Koney Spread Special, each Airline Cornfa' Hohfe> Special, each Gold Seal Condensed Milk, 2 for; Golden .Wax .Beans. Special 2 fpr' Red Raspberries, Cherries and Strawberries. Reg. Of 3Oc. Special, per tin 35c A full line of fancy biscuits ranging in price. Per Ib. Sac to...... Chrltlk'i SotJai. Per tin Crisco. Ib. tins. Each Crisco, 3 Ib. tins. Each Crisco. 6 Ib. II ns. Each ___.___.'... _ Pure Strawberry .Janij 4 Ib. tins. or Per ODC Sliver Gloss Starch- and Corn .Starch. for 1.00. 40c 40c 75c 1.45 25c Housefurnishings Kcvcrsible Stair Carpet fn neat patterns of fawn anil green VQr shades, Inches wlflC- Per yard tjL The "ssi'ie, 27 Inches wile. PQ .Per yard I........ "31. Reversible Betlrooiu Rugs Tho 'new. Rag will weir iplenillrtly; In one size' ouly, Gs9 r in fEel. J.tJ r Ilbarlh Rugs In nark colors only. Fringed emls. 22'i 4S ini-hes. Special 1. 54 Inches. 1.95 The.same, 27 Special Sliiir Piissag-e Oilcloth Block mtUm, is inches wide only. .-Special, per yard............... Men's Wearables Men's Work Shirts 'in he .Well m arj-- drills', assorled colors, -i nn ade, lull eiies. Special at :._ Men's Work Gloves Mads, of, buckskin, wllS welbed 1 OT scaniB. Spe'clM. pair Men's Horschidc Gloves .-Made o[ No. 1 horachide leaUitr vrilhout seaniB aqd.cut 'to .1 Cft Special Value at, pair Men's Odd Lines, Underwear Medium ivelghl, odd sites only. Regular .per _garmenl, 51.00 'ana 11.25. AQp -Special, per Garment [tatlents on fine daj's. nave all'donr, lliclr Ml: i v FURTHER" ADVANCE FROM V BAGDAD. Brlt.1 ish Xfurtriir.' ad- ;.y vnnco1 'noilh of llie' war. ottico Tliey have- Balart- Xslallon on the BngrtEitlrSani'drah: fbll- way anil ttio ibwn 'of- Hcrte. Smllli 5, Jcniito 7hcsc man. Tlic govcrn-jjnnel '1'artc 3, Ccrllc Doe ,1, ment (3 nolng all possible to lielyi them yiroivn 1. Hilda llar'risoii 7, Pear] recover from the drcnrt fllsi-asc era Blancbo 6) Iractcil 'hi trenches and from lor 4' wsj- Ulancuo ui Iho roiJ-onoiis gases ot tho Ilur.s. SUnv >'y'llc Wartlrneii 6, Manon Horn may yc' lav rlowrilhelr lires for Can- Jean Logan 7, Wlnnlfred p Moha Walton 3.-. ErlKa'Olamlcr 2, May Filnn'J, Lillian Morris Pllth Meek. Mill Mary Wardman.S; .VcrV Clan- ac'a .The Ptck'lioom r wording very hnr-1 to s their evening OL-pliys on Kri- rlii'y the 13th a great success so thcy able to rrovidrt these Ijcrocs a' few comforts -to them during Iho matiy -lonely hours they must trying lo rid themselves o[ this whllo nlaeuc. v a' The folloKlnK Is Ilii list of knitted by the pupils ol Westminster cchool from JnniiarT 1 to'March 31. and presented lo Ilio Alexander'Gall cnaplep I.O.D.E.: Grades VII. and Crailen V-r and VI. (pJlrs) 1. Agn 1, Wilbur .J.-AitiejL____ vie'2, Ethel; l.'UHhel Jnhu niches 1, JonnsXlcNBli Olanyillp I, BMsIc Dalrd 1, bora Noel 2, Dora Jlcllor 1, Koao 1, Unmet Bleakly lella Smecd 2, Elizabeth Wlshart 1, Allan WaUon 2, Fhyllts Whltton Grade Jones larriei Carter S, Georje .aura' Grlscd'alB C, Willie McNab'; Mrs. Paris'5, Ethel Allan 6. DessJS'. Wilson 4, Abbie Fishor 3, Klla. Walcrliouse 2, Annie Kerr-1 2. fluby' iherain J. Daisy Wilson Edith Impetl 1, Wllltam Ciles Myrtle Hyssop 1, Evelyn Foid 1, Mary McOowati 1. Grades II. and Floberls (p.itrs) 6, Mingle Kirk 4, Nora Lca- vltl 1, Phyllis While 7. Uorolliy Hichea 3, Kdllh Barklcy 3, Maggie llo- hcrls 3, Gracie Kerr 2, Annie Carter. 7.. May Vene's 1, Molly Walton 2, Madge Aim'ctts 2, Ifabclle Dofld'l, Isabello McNaU 1, Irene Wlnnkolle 2, Kalhio llalrd 2, Jnncl Scoll 5, Bessie Water.- house 2, Violet Low S, Isabella nac J, Stanley Turner 1, Flarry Moclifprd 3, Jack- ll.iyirard 3, Elinor Wilson i, CrRCB McMslty. James Carlcr 1, Homer Thomson 1. Mrs. Mallet 7. YOUCftNDDBETTER- Margaret. Chapl6 Doe I Unnetl.s. 6.1 Nora Mocliford 5, Daisy Holmes Gordon Jones 1. Harry Chapman 3, DRY GOODS. MCN5 WEAR. BOOTS I NORTH ODOR ;