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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 19, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MHDAV, FEBRUARY lit, 1915 THE LETUIiltlUGK DAILY IIL! RAM) PAGE SEVEN WE SELL FOR THAT'S WIHV "WE SELL FOR LESS" Items of Special Value at Rylands To-morrow SPECIAL VALUES from Ihc finest clock of Spring Merchandise we have ever chown. Other equally altmctlve bargains are ticketed throughout the store. When you are down town to. morrow make it a point to see thle splendid stock of New 'Lacca, Dress Goods, New Wash Materials, New Prints and Ginghams, New Corsets and Hosiery. A "look" TODAY with us means .1 pur- chase later on. We are always pleased to SHOW YOU our "SELL- FOR-LESS" Merchandise. 250 pieces of Crums and Potters' best English Prints Ilotlor values, noatcr iiallerns uiid n larger nsiiorlnKMii than ever o[ these tiisl. 'Tamily Uloths." or yanlu to BolL'uL yijui1 ntnv di-cHa from. Nightgn, Cloths 15c Some Jt Clolh, wliilo wu have numud il "N'iglii- KOWII 'bc'sl material lor any underwear nuriioBO, yard wide, sofler tlion iniinyoo'.c, Otli- er qufilltlcs at IS and 20c yard. Saxony These Wcavo" Whllu Siixony Flaiuiclolles .ire in slock allhougli Uie is limllp.d. Yard t-lollis Hi 15. up to 2Gc uarrowiM- clotlia al anil Kip yanl. Clearing out 200 pairs of and Shoes Shoes as illustrated here and dozens of other styles equally as smart, made by Canada's Boat Shoe Makers from Patent, Kid or Ouaimelul leathers; some Ai'llh cloth lops. Sixes to T, widths C ami D; values nn to fti.OO. News and Names of some of the Spring Dress Materials on sale We.eipeci lo soil double LJie quantity of Yard Goods this Spring, us. people will make their own waists and and -buy less ill .the Ready-to-Wear Section. All materials are from the States this, year, as no French or British on the market. Here Is a partial list of the New Wash OOOUK: Lucille Silks at ............40c "Pixie" Grenadines .........45c TlBflue Cloths ......25 and 35c Fancy Organdies -----20 and 25c Fancy Crepeo to 20c Hosiery Bargains LISLE pairs of La- dles' Best Quality Silk Lisle and Maco Cotton "Hoac; regular and outsizes, worth inp to 50c pair. Saturday___ CHILD'S or white lino mercerized rib, sizes 4Vi to all one price for Saturday only 25c White Voiles ......35c, 50c, 75C Crefie and 50c Kindergarten .......25c Plain and Fancy Galatea ,.16c Ginghams, extra specia! Torchon Lace. 5c yd 200 yard's Linen Torchon Laces aad Inaettlons, suitable for un- derwear, etc. lOc and 15c val- ues for'-Mi.' Corset Emby. I9cyd Neat iJesiBns in Muslin nnd Corset Embroideries; worth up to 35c a yard; on sale 19c yard. The New Nemo Corsets Are Here Our Spring shipment of Nemo Corsets just opened on Thursday. Amongst them is a aew model, ivitli new features which, our sales ladioc be planspfi to exphiia to you.. This Cjl 'Ofl iuode'1, No. 314, i-s priced nl RYLANDS CO. The Busy Store NEW ZEALAND RESERVES MEATS FOR BRITAIN WelltagCou, N.Z., {'eb. 19, via London, 12.47 p.m. Tile gov- ernment 1ms decided that all of Zeiilaud's surplus supplies of beef, mutton lamb, slu'il bp, regervod (lie Imperial v. aulliorities, in resiionsc to tlleil1 retiuest. o D, W. WARNEH NAMED Wash Day Specials FAMILY GROCER IVORY Ti liars for WHITE 11 HIU'H lur SUNLIGHT. 11 Hsinj for 12 Hai-s for........ GOLDEN WEST WASH- ING POWDER II pacliaBos for..... SPRING CLOTH. PINS 1 tot- CLOTHES I'ncc 50i: anil SCRUB 25c 50c 50c STOVE Each SHOE LIQUID 2.TC, TiOc ami MOP Knell OLD 3 for............. WASH Each J..... WASH BON AMI Powdered Her package Per .bottle Koon's Oifonl Kick-ell's........... per pound STOVE Per tin LYE, Per Lin MACK'S NO-RUB SOAP; Cake Boy" 3 pkgs for Washing Powder in for Dairymen. E5c.. 15c 15c 10c lOc 5c lOc Phone 515 DOMINION BLK. Kin-old G'niy Inn. jut at the Standard llunlt. T. M. visit with lii.s imiihr-r in Virginia, H, JiluidfiB, li.itl cli-.ii'm! n( dry fjuuds at ihc Henlh-y fur '.In- just Hirer VPILIS, li.i.s no nu to Kdmorii'iji, whiTf IK1 Im.1-.- i, iiosllioji 'vi'Jl (lie Hudson's L'n. The oi Vinloi K. M. Wflib, flilcst dauphin ni" .Mr. ;mil Mrs. J. K'l-hli, 'it avenue. Siuf- ionlvillo, to Private H. C. .Uliluii, uf Icit half A Coiiijj.iin. IJlsl IJatta- iiou ;il Calvary, on Saiiinlir. nth. Tin! ceremony ,i.s Chaplain Capt. Tlis bride was at 'i-mled by Mrs. ;ind hy I'rjvalu and t-.-fn ijauy on I lip occasmn jn i'n- Ashtori with ..ilviT KMJXH -.iiid Silver djiarctir holil-T. Md'MKiisuv very pretty icas- 5-olciu hi si- evening in ilif PieMivLcrnui diLii'di lit Coalhiim, -Ahi- nit.1 Mf.lMicniun bream c- ih .Mr. Jolin Holier I The t'cn-- intjHv ivas jjeriornjrii In Hev. A. II. llcnooii of KMCP: i-li'.ur-h, l.rthhndm1. i hi1 lumpy co up 1 11 nn arch of xi't'Cns HIMVLM-.S. Tim hridi: ati-pndcd by sislur, MIKS Mn-- I'd I1 sued ii pl'irc Ml Iros. na liy Mi. H. C. McLrotl, oi i Alcxandui1 (Ja.ll Jmiicnnl Urrtcr. rJaiiftlilers ni Ivmpirc, llifiir mrsliiit, aiter- iioon iii Ihe V. M. .iiulilnrii-r.i. nctivitics ol tin- nrpi'.niziiiidii, al Ihe siinip lime in Hip work of I hi: CluipUT has liepn in- and Gall Chap tor lias rioiv hccoiKf; proljnhjy Die nio.-it inipotLariV women's club in Ihr MOKI ol last ycarV nilk-er-s' wt-rc rc-- tlectsd G. W. llobinsou. First A. Bu- (hnfian. j Second J. N'. Uitcliic. A. n. Staiioutl S tames. Treasurer of -Flag Day Triisi Kunil Slaccy. Slnnriard DP Ycher. Assistant Stiiiuhirri J. A. -Jack-son. Hrymner, Mrs. .1. D. .1. G. Rnhcri- St'cret-ary -Miss Jane Macl-iay. Educational I'. (lit1 Jirsi p o rs o n I'or saivii' Sill in o c ii i ii o1 we scil a Solid Oak CHJFFOXIER i In' rcmnvki'ililv low Savings At the Hudson's Bay 30c ECRU SCRIMS: film and :.n-Uy; ;17 inclieu wldy, sale J'rjci' pif-o only lOc BUNGALOW NET in cream color; 15c BRASS EXTENSION RODS flood oxtrtnds 19c GALOW 1 RODS 10c MINER'S HltGH CUT BLU- CHERS: n'KUlur Jti-TiU Iliitifi for S4.99 TUNfiSTEN LAMPS; L" IM -lOc I'D Walls 50c HEAVY WATER TUMBLERS HuH'il hasi-. rf-Kiilnr 51.25 LADIES' 5C.OO BOOTS lo on Kali- loinonH'.v. blaclt and i tin colors. ami button .-jiylf.i, jiJJ fjiia pi'ict- DOT pair BOYS' 53.00 TAN BLUCHERS of flruug cull', 1 to BOYS' SUITIS, all the iiftwi'.s' siyh-v in hundpnnio SI.30 Gc jjntlsjy, Mrs. II. Wilson, Miss ConvcTinr at Auxiliary to Patriolk- Mrs. Frank Colpman. Convenor of rlcrreshmcnt Commit-i Mrs. F. W. TJowucr. Cunvcnor of Sowing CommitlPc Mrs. T. F. Kirkham Delegates to 1-ocal Council of Wo-' Ball. Mrs. Unirarth. I'ull and interesting rcporU oi l-lir activities oi the' Chapter during the [nisi year were The rep OIL o Mrs. A. 13. tirnHord, wil appear in tomorrow's Herald. Feb. a large con- yen tiou Le'icl in Vermilion this aftcr- iipon, D. W. Warner, honorary pre i dent of the United Farmers QC Alberta, ivas chosen na the 'Ubeniji candidatB for the new constituency of Battle fifVGr. The Conservative candidate, J. D'lair of Provost was selected several weeks ago. DRUGGISTS FIGHT WAR TAX 'Montreal, Que., Feb. and proprietary medicine manufactur- ers are up in arms over the govern- ment's new -war tax, and a vigorous protest will be made to (he Minister of Finance at Oltn'wa. A meeting Ima IJoon called of representatives of the wholesale drug association of Canada, nnd or the proprietary trade associa- tion, to select a detjutfllion to go to Ottawa next wccl, ask he Hon. Mr. AVhite to revise the schedule Imposes a war tax on iiateni mediclncB manufactured in Ctinada and ontsJde. THE FOKTUNE JT'UNTERS IN SIX PARTS 'STARLAND MONDAY MRS. G, W. ROBINSON Untiring president of Alexander Gait Chapter, I.O.D.E., who was yesterday re-elected for the 1915 term. Mm. Roblnion, with, her fellow officers, has been since the outbreak of 'he war GENTLEMEN, ATTENTION Gentlemen are especially inviird fn attend the social evening .al the home of Col. C. K. Page, 5lh S.. lo-j night'in aid of IJic Belgian Uabv'i Kund. Thin is a tund that appeals lo, everybody and the C. T. U. is' doingval) in il.s power to mako the success rmancially. A lection will he taken. A. A. Lnlon liiis uafen appojnlnd.col- lector of inlamJ revenue al. sF. thnm- ae. Out. v FEBRUA Smashing all records this year, but for the balance of the month we are going to FORGET ALL PROFITS You can have them, but we must move the stock. Be sure to get in ou this; it's genuine. Don't overlook the Dressing Table WAVE YOUB COUPONS. Standard Furniture Co. "Home of Quality Furniture'-' Dominion Block. 4lh Avenue South. WHITE CUPS AND SAUCERS, Menhir Si 'J.'i doxeii: _ C'np and I C LADIES' L'NPPRSKIRTS ma-lii of fiood naliu willi Deal iS iin'h jiloaio'I r'louiHio. (Mioosc 1'i'oiu iiiiiJioeiiny, piidih MUP. tan LADIES' 51-50 NIGHT DRESSES Hindu of besr nainsook. of vul inser- tion; stion .slcf-vps CHILDREN'S S1.1ff JERSEYS of ;ill wool, iiutlon oil shouldfr Rlyle: plain and fancy knii; re ipd and cadei LADIES' BLUCHERS: smart, vici kid inoilcl Eft with patent kB3U GIRLS' SCHOOL BOOTS SL'.rV) value, bluclier stylf, fr 4 CC vpi-y fip.rvlceuble I vO BOYS' BOOTS; special lin.1 for schnol wear, bluchur modolK. sizes I LO iT-guiar Prt (trice for FOR THE LADY WHO WEARS Size 4; these black and liin Inviclus shoes; just 10 pains 75c NECKWEAR MEN; piUiiriiis ;ill ilii1 fiL'wuissj In Ani- 75c Silks NEGLIGEE SU-I I RTS for men, all neat desigtifsj: aJiO jjJanj colur.i MEN'S WORK SHIRTS. all pure wool, warm mid coin- forlahlc; all Sale Price; 35c TURKISH T O W E L Heavy grade wliiiy, she siile i'lT 1'air 18c and 20c CREPES, includ- iiiR Inch Princess Crepes, al- so i'T inrh Printed OOC I RT 7 I SHI id 4 I the lot. Jfi.OO uee, slzp 4 only 15c TOWELLING. 18 inchea wide, dark henry iwfll. soft and j ft Siile Price IUC T5c. lo TABLE LINEN DAMASKS, including bleached :ind unbleached lines; Per Vanl fMPORTEO APRON QfNG- HAMS, 4'.) inches wfue. hluQ and while 1 31 Sale Price I LADIES' SILK HOSIERY in black only; double aolea, Sale Pure Foods from Our Quality First Grocery Section-Phone 313 35c Peas, Corn and Beune 4 Pnr Tin I UU Tomatoes, large size; I! tins for............. LohBter: pound etxp pound size Young- Kinpered Her- ring, li tins Si-out Draiid Salman; tin.1; (for Clover L-eiif and Horse Shoe Brand Salmon; poimd sJxe, J H'JJK 1 pound L; tins Xcw Navel Oranges; Per donea Apples, plump -and sound, 7 pounds Eor 19c Sngnr, lump, tar and per pouncJ 10c Uice- 4 puiiiuls IIH- St. Clmdes Milk; Per tin Holbrooke's Pickles; irhite onions and chon- regular 30c Chcjese; Par ttoaail Buner; nounds for 4> For ilozen Back I3acou (piece liriCHi per pouud Mam llialr H whole piece) per poliud Ltml 3 pounrls 5 pounds 10 povinds Tea. Household blend; jiouuda for 4 .IUC mixed; Oflx OUC AC... 4OC 75C J1.45 Hudson's Bay Co. Clubs and Societies Tlie diathesis club which- means "seekers nfier knowledge-" was or- ganized three years ago and lias to over mcmbecs. Every menihci" is a devoted vriir.and houie- naker. Thai, l-hpy arc also hiUv .0 the peculiar demands of the pres- nl crisis is evinced" not only in their jcing also members of other distinct-j ly patriotic organizations but also in' fnct that ihe decorations pi Wes- ley Hall last consijneil flag-s Uur Ab.frnt lop. Gotl Save l.hf The Canadian Order of Chosen. Ftieniis are issuing invitations for .a- dance to be held in the S.O-E. helV nevl Friday, February 36th. Members please take notice. j The St. Cyprian's' Junior W. A.- will hold iheir meeting on Sal.unityj'1 at 3.30 in the Parish room. The Women's Civic- Club once morr.' __ _____ ____D makes an urgent appeal for clothin'g; arid tlif- nalionsfred, wkile of the district who. H-it-h other military features, while j are having n hard struggle to see the- (lie favor at every plate was I winter 'through. Contributions ot. Union Jact with" the Canadian' cbat inBn's.secoiirt hand trousers which can- ol arms. At the tables which were' he-made over for little boys. Mnnr urrangcil in tlic form of a double have written asking For such dona-' T some Sii guestH enjoyed a most lions, and the club will he pleased -to- .appetizing n.enu, sec red in :expcrt have clothing left with. .Mr., Welling I style hy tht- High School Domestic'ton. Kw decorator in l-hc Sherlock? Science girls, under the, Huilding. Donations of cash will also-' lion of their msiructai, JIc pfatelully received and may he lelc' Nally. The ladies wish" to thank 'with Mrs. John Craig, Sth St. S. .llessrs. Tyrrell RIH! Frache for thft iijipropriale (loral decorations oi On. Suuclay Kev. McDonald of K-d- lialuis and red carnations. iiioul'ori, (rill speat xt- thrcg meetings 'J'he banquet last night was the city in the interests of Ihe, first tendered by the club, and was Children's Aid. Tn the morning he (o Jiui'bands, who enjoyed it will-occupy llic pulpit at St. Ari-' most thoroughly and hope it may l.ii ilrew's, in the afternoon at 4 o'clock repeated. 1V''J address ihc Men's Oiva The prpsidenl, Mrs. C. R. chinch, and in the eien was the very capable toast-mistress, j Jw will speak from (he pulpit nnd the speeches and songs and mil- "eslpl sic were all o' a very.high order. The followmc; is '.ihe toast list; A IVinnippft dispatch received today Mr. Uobblcdick. -SHVS: A deputation ot >vqmen from Our Anthem. ihe Political Kquality League now in Piano ff. J. Nelson. 'convention here upon Sir Rod- Canada, Our K. nionri Kobliu this morning and asked Davidson. JIw of Ihe suffrage to Lay ion. Out Army ;utd -I. It.! The premier in his rcph, intimated Cobbledick. lliat the time for this step had itol. Tippcrary Chorus j vet arrlve'd anil slated tfcaf tbe peo Our" American llwls-'i'le must lie schooled and. educated, m son and Mr. Dunhani. i advance pniliamentary action m Clwms-OUr Old tCeutuchy liomp. -Ihc mallei-. Our anil pr. fivers. Lundy. Violin Laylou. Our Doys and K, ft, J. Pnrrestcr.. Piano W. (I- A lemperHiice meeting under atianiceB of the ion in St. Anil row's church ilnj- nigbl. next at S o'clock M.. .Murray' be held' on 1 net 5j ol ;