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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TDK LKI'HBRIDGR DAILY HERALD, R YLANDS' UMMAGE THIS IS THE TIME TO SAVE MONEY BECAUSE OUR SNTIRI B1Q STOCK OF THE NEWEST FALL AND WINTER MERCHANDISE, AS WELL At THE IVErlYDA.Y NtEOS IN SHEETINGS, FLANNELETTES, DRESS FABRICS, COTTONS .HOME.HY, CORSETS, CTC., ARE ALL ON NOTHING HAS BEEN SPARED SOME LINES YOU WILL FIND RIOUGSO AWAY TOD VALUES. THIS WEEK IS THE LAST WEEK AND IT WILL BE THE ONE OF ALL, SO BETTER COME EARLY IN THE WEEK AND SECURE OF THE BEST VALUES. EACH DAY WITH BIG BUSINESS SEES MANY LINES SOLO COMPLETELY QtlT. EVERYONE IS SATISFIED WITH THE VALUES AT RYLANDS' RUMMAGE SALE. i Afternoon and Evening Dresses A compktt; t fcttraeth'o at ifr Jtliat tuera Tviihin'r-.' of all. Reg. Reg. Reg. Reg. Reg. Reg. Reg. Reg. Reg. Serge Dresses Each and every one is this t'yje, not an old or carried ovjr siyle in the lot. Reg. Reg. Reg. Reg. Reg. ReV. Reg. DRESS GOODS A huge assortment of popllua, aad other materials In plain ar.d finer .-reaves suitable for nklrtr and children's drejsses. are values up to J1.50 yard nti Suaonilie Sate, yard l.UU MEN'S COAT SWEATERS These are pure wool and tha last of our men's sweater stock. Not all sizes but good sweaters for youths ant! ?mall men in grey or cardinal, (leijular Rummage c ft ft Sale..................... O.UU MEN'S UNDERWEAR Mea'i ribbed underwear in sizes 116 to 44. These garments lire not wool, but will give good wear ami fit wall. Worth from J1.50 to garment. Rummage QK Sale, each "DC CHILDREN'S COMBINT'NS combina- tions in ribbed weave. These are woml erfal value but Uiey arc a Hue we nri continuing so out ihey so. values up to 53.00 a atiit. Rummage Sale 1.95 LADIES' COMBINATIONS These are extra special. They arc made with short or long sleeve? am! nnklt length and V-neck. They arc- pure wool. Regular O Cn 35.00. Rummage Sale LADIES' COMBINATIONS Another bis special in ladies' combinations in round neck style. short sleeves and ankle length. All ths wanted sizes. Regular O QP Hummag'e Sale HOSIERY, GLOVES, CORSETS, UNDERWEAR, KIMPNAS, SHEET- INC, COTTONS, SIJ-KS, DRESS PABRIC8, MEM AND BOYS' UN- DERWEAR, BOYS' PULLOVER SWEATERS, HAND BAGS, HOUSE DRESSES, UNDERSKIRTS. 72-INCH BLEACHED SHEETING -yards of pure bleached sheet- ing in medium wohrhl and full 72 Inches wide. We lead In staple valuee. This Is a good time io stock up on bedding. Rummage Sale, yard................ OUC STRIPED FLANNELETTE 500 yarda of gooit heavy striped flan- neletta In 36-Inch width. This Is some old stock and is easily worth 45c yard. Rummage Sale, nf yard JDC 90-INCH SHEETINQ A good heavy bleached sheeting la a wide enough width to cover tho biggest hed made. Is easily worth yard, Rummaee. Pale. AA yard HUCK yards of bleached liuck towelling at 18 inch width. A good useful towelling at a good price. Worth 30c yd. j n Uummage Sale, yard...... IOC PILLOW of the big plums o( ,'he sale. This <0 Inch Ijleached oirqilar pillow cotton In medium weight. It Is worth 60c- lo 'i5c yard. Rummage Sale, JA yard ......................4UC WOOL 20 pair of good warm wool blankets lo clear In a hurry., Full double hed r.lze, inches, pink or blue horder. Thrse are worth 516.00 -f ft PA p.ilr. fttinmage Sale, pair Ladies' Coats Some'with fur collars, but each and every one an es- style. Reg. Reg. Reg. Reg. Reg. COME EARLY FOR BEST CHOICE AND BIGGEST SELECTION MONDAY, JANUARY B. B. Hovt and His Will Make The Km Higher Tuesdny morning will see the 1J20 membership campaign ot the Board of Trade launched, ind considering the splendid record set up by the board during the past year, when they through with a credit balance of aftex performing the most useful work ever dona by an organization work- ing for general good of aud Southern Alberla. there is a feel- lug of optimism among tha campaign commuted that they will meet success on the day's work. Chr.i'i an IS. IS. Iloyt of Ihe membership COB- raittee has ebout 20 volunteers lined up to undertake the work, and it is their Intention to clean tha whole campaign up In one day. So citizens who are members or who should be members are urged to have their cheques ready for the canvassers when they call. Tho work of the board will be somewhat. more expensive this year than last ami for this reason the membership committee has revised the list of fees, making the minimum (11 instead ot 110 as formerly, maxi- mum is -which Is what the Elli- son Milling Co. pays, and it was very pleasing for Mr. -Hoyt to be able to announce on Friday that the company had already sent In thch- cheque for that amount. Last year the board spent J2.700. Tills was the total expense lor the Br.lary of Ihe secretary, the publicity, not including the annual report, which was printed by the city, and for trav- elling postage, stationery, etc. President Marnoch quite Justly asks where Onere Is another board of trade .In Canada which accomplishes BO much at so small an expenditure. 1919 Achievement! The most notable achievement of Ihe board !n the past year has been in crystallizing the campaign of fire yeiirs tor irrigation, resulting in the formation of tha Irrigation Develop- ment Association. Tiia Board of Trade, carried on all the preliminary negotiations with the governments, leading to the surreys, etc., and also called Iho big meeting in March when tho Irrigation Development Associa- tion was formed to take over Ihe work. As a result surveys were car- gation District, the United and oiher and Mr. Calder was brouglit about, and the whole question of irrigation rievelopment brought lo a point where lion movement' be7n 'a big ot S "edited'kaUer to triaffi u .In addition (he board in the nast addition (he board in the past ms done work of a very great value lo Southern- Alberta.' The livestock juarantors nnd their work are wel known. Ttie question of well water supplies bas been admirably handled and much good lias resulted from what the board did in that direction. Rail- way services have been carefully itched and even-thins nnsslblp nnno Children's Coats Warm winter coats at un- usual prices that make them iloubly attractive. Reg. leeds. The coal and agricultural pos- Juiliiies of the south have been made mown by wisely directed publicity, ilways telling tho truth, which Is good mough. This year the board should see the fruition ct Its Irrigation campaign,