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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. AIMUL \'X HMR THE LKTriBiufx.i. n.'.ii.Y Fii:nAU) PAOr-: ELEVEIf RYLANDS & CO. OUR ANNUAL SALE OF LADIES' GARMENTS Our sale ^ol away to a good start yesterday but we have such a great tiumbef of Suits, Coats and Dresses arriving by express that the choice is still ample. Sa!'-continues until Saturday night at 9 p.m. Stylish Suits A h((r r�np" of real rlcv or atyloB In liidic:!' hiiUh A Rood �olo( tlon of color-und II full rarnrc- of ui/.v., ThOBC BUltK WOUlll lOHt t'p (lay from mxm to $:if; ni) Sale Price - $23.00 Tailored Suits A splinilld lliif of fui'-' that alw.iys look well Muiinldli tailored Htylc Jlndf frnni host Brltli^li fkprifeti (!ooT xliowii \!! !! \v tnati'riiil'i aiiil lariRf (�f colorB aTi'! I'liics from $:t(iiiii tii '\.. VOUR CHOICE AT 10 Off Extra Special An extra special in a line of ladies cloth suits. I hese valu'''' cannot be d�ipli-cated. Made from good quality of serge in navy, brown and black, with a few r.ovflties in tweed. Values up to $25.00. Corsets Kztrn sppclal value In ik light woiKht l. I'uM rnnse of sires. l'J-2S 95c pair Aprons A t;o(Ml liiK looiuy all f>vt-r apron jusi Ihf lliin*; :or ilii'sc hou-*!' ilpanim; ilay.s N'adc frolu K'loil iiuallty of iirrcal- in as sorted paltorns. l'nli(>Ht iil)l Ics and Kooil (|ualil> of voile that watslirs wfll .Vpat iiillais irinmied Willi lac. Sale Price, $1.19 A Rusk Special oi Mill End VESTINGS FOR SATURDAYS SELLING AT mmmmm. 29 c YD. RYLANDS & CO. SI We Make our Own Ice Cream AND IT'S GOOD It's made right from the very best quality materials. SPECIALS FOR TOMORROW Cocotnot Ice, per tb....................30c Vanilh Caket per doz...................ISc The Bon Ton 420 FIFTH er. a. ICE CREAM-CONFECTIONERY-CAKC8-PASTRY The GERHARD HEINTZMAN Plays All Makes of Records The Phonograph Built by Pkno Craftsmen From Piano Genius-a NEW Phonograph Founded upon a Half Century's Musical Experience. Mirror* th� Suprtme Characttrittlci of Canada's Qraatoat Flano. A QIant Stride In Producing Phonograph Ton*-Piano Oanlual Playi all make* of recorda. Neodia or Jewel. All the world'* supreme muslclane and artist* at your command. Each Cabinet Hand-Carved-as Beautiful as Piano Craftsman Ci>n Make It. The Gerhard HeicUman Piano Store SHOW ROOMS: 414 FIFTH STREET SOUTH FIRST DOOR NORTH ORPHEUM^ THEATRE SUPPLY OF COAL Oitawa. April 10. -P A MuRialb. fuel .(uitfollcr for Canndii, today intd�> .1 ^ t^uiniufir time. It Is merely intended to in�ur� a raore even dIMribuliua i�f e(>al receipts. "The reKulations on this vKiint uro extremely elastic, and provlnitin ih mtuie whereliy the moinonl tlio lon-Niinipr!) In any inunlcipaliiy have ii^-ii Hupplicd witli seventy per cent 'if ilicii-requliftiienlfi, the provinciul fuel .id-nilnl.f'raioi- may. on Ihe udvkc of llo loriil fuel oomroissioner. entirely kuk-pi-nd tliu reslricllon referred n or n\,w lucrottse the peiventagc thiit May 1)0 t'eliveied In any way he deonv. ad-viiablc My udviio to conHuiU'-rH tlir.iUidiotiC Tiinada in to |;et in tlioir coal supplien ul llie oarlieBt ixianilile moment and ii. as larxe qnantltios HB lliiy are able to. conKlHtent with any rtstrlclions that niny be in lore? at ilio time. "Dr. Curlield. the UnileiL Slaten liiel adminiHtrutor. has recently IksuciI a statement tn which Ua lays tho Brcat-est pusHlble stress on the public placing thoir orders for coal at the earllcft possible moment. "OwhiK to (Canada's RGugrapiiical situation und to the fuel that our I'oal movemeiil from lh� United .S'utea would be n speclaily heavy burden on transportation iiiileMs we fully udllxod our waterwcys. which are only nv.ifl-abln during the summer *seBi>�n, Dr. Usrfield'H arguotent applies with even greater forco in our ease. In t.'ic ilr-cuiu'tances, It is hoped that Canadian cunsumers will follow the ,idvi('*i t'-ndtrtd and will order ihelr ooal supplies as early tp the.season as possible"  * ITALIANS IN FRANCE 4>  - > isn reglDients already are In 4 4 France und toiiu the right 1 'I 1 iiiiii tl, tiie.i laiiu some il-lirhlff. .Mrs I.poiiunl .N'nnnau iei-ei\e(l n lc!ci;r;.m l'liur.-.'ln> ni.iru.n.c m.|\i,. ni; : luT of ihi* (fealli o' her M.-t.r. .Mis ' I'. W. 'i'iuliiU! .-It Winnipeg, Mrs .Nornuui left on l:ie early I'nday inoriiinK iniiii lor !�,� i-;isi lu ui/eiid, the fUlll-Tul. ,  � ^ ihe I'Ipi'.'wond i"nrii(M--i liave iieM � Ih-ir nniiual leimix inee'inK wuli Mie ' n-.^illt tlia: tlie (liiii.-; ;:fP le-jiii; itili) .sliap.' lor 11 Ki^t'-i si^n^ou'a piLiy.  �  : SOClAi, EVENTS ? M.-. nnd Mrs s H. .Miuliell enier ' I tnitifld last cveiiiiin ai a most delisilil-; lul card pitrly m their lioiuc on llih| ' Slrflel. "rfei' house was boautif\il' wltli l>inlr and �lii|e cariiationH in; Kay protuslin uu,l aboiit six tuhle.-. ; Wire in jilay a; fUo hiinilreJ. .Missi ' B. Nimimmii. .Mr*. Del-oiip. Mr. I'li'.-li am! .Mr. enliiMisf carried oti tiie ' priitj. i    ! .\ vl)int | ^am \\'e(ltie.-r� in the nrmy I    IfrO*** 4 0 4> CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES �>> I ' 'I'lin l^oc.al CiPiineil of Won.en are . holding a caiupaiKn for Hahy W'e! j I fiiri' on .Miiy - ami il. There will he I I addre.sses xiven by the Kev. IIukIiI pobson of Hegiiiiv and local speakers.! I Tills is a caiiipalun In which niucti i I active interest is boloK taken all over I i the country at Ilie present lime. i I � �  ' An Inlerestiiit,' ivent took plai i'| yesterday iHlernooii wiieii ai tiiei ! in�etinK uf ilie Sir Alexander Unit ^ , t'huptur. I. t). II. K., the examiners presunted thcii report from the 4ii ' splendid es.-ays whlcli were handed j in. I. O. 1). i;. Kssay .\, Zera Uunsworth; BACKS UP COMPLAINT    A Finrber Cravk lady came into tks Herald the other day to support thn complaint made by the traveller about the noisy newsboys early In the morning She said I was glad to see a letter In the Herald the other day from a traveller, bacause he spoke of two things that have to do with the convenience of people who do business in Ivethbridge. Krora our ranch her*; out a ways from PIncher Creek to get to Lethbridge with two young children i* quite a chore. We have to travel on tile only train that the C. P. R. has given us these many months past and' get out at i.ethbridge at two. some-tiroes three in the morning. Then to bed, and to Buffer the same tortures from these awful noise boys that the man who wrote to you spoke about, is too bad, for tbey started out at six the last time I was down. I would like to com* to Lathbridge oftener to stay  dar or two to do some Bhopplng and aoe the shows, but it is not very encouraging when you have to get up in the middle of one night when you come in. and Itave in the middle Of another nisht.: Can't the C. P. R. pmt on  sleeper between Lethbridge and the Crow, if they can't give u* th* ter aerrlce that We wad to have? I meen n aleep-: er that we could *tay Id till the morning wben we arrlv*. and on^ that we could go to bed In the previou* evening when we go up, tbe draw? And can't you people in X^MhbHdge do something to atop these new* boys from making such �Mpm in the early morning? ^ Teihpting &Ddiciou$ FoQck-DelighthiUy Served. WitH vis; cooking is an art->not a cold commercial proposition. Our lunch' eons aiidjiftemoon teas are the highest expressions of cooking skin. Take luncheon here. Comt with your family and 'friends. The surroundings, the food, and the service will in every way reflect the spirit of a satisfying meal. OUR AFTERNOON TEAS WILL PLEASEYOU Luncheon on Sundays from 10 a.m. Our Ice Cream Parlor is the popular rondeivoiM for refrMkiiMb. mm- 0812 ;