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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1920 Tim PAHY PARE RYLANDS' Q At C UMMAGE pAL.il ONLY TWO MORE DAYS of These Huge Reductions WE JUST WISH TO REMIND YOU THAT FRHJAY AND SATURDAY WILL BE THE LAST TWO DAYS OF THIS BIG GTOCK-REDU01NQ SALE. THAT MANY OF THE LINES WILL BE SOLD OUT THESE IS NOT A SHADOW OF A DOUBT. DRESSES, SKIRTS, COATS AND WAISTS ARE NOW OFFERED REDUCTIONS THAT MEAN A BIG'SAVINS TO'YOU AND PEMEMBER YOU ARE BUYING THE CHOICEST OF GARMENTS AT PRICES THAT CANNOT BE DUPLICATED AGAIN WE HAVE NO OLD STYLES TO OFFER YOU, OURS IS A BIG, CLEAN, BRIGHT NEW STOCK OF WANTED GOODS. We Can't Talking About Our BLOUSES Wo have Tjceik told EO often about ttie oiCoHent styles of these daiu'y garments that to who do not fcnovi' of them we must spread the news of (hotr value and EVERY ONE REDUCED WK Rummage Snle. A complete stock of (ill-the-wanted materials, such CREPE DE CHINE, GEORGETTE CREPE, STRIPED CREPE DE CHINE, TUB SILKS IN STRIPES, WASH SILKS. per cent. Every Crepe and Silk Blouse in our Stock SKIRTS EVERY SKIRT REDUCED THIS WEEK A .complete raiiKe'cf attractive styles, not an old In the loL netter take advantage of theEO prices and secure a good sltiit for spring v.-car. SERGE; GABERDINE, CREPE METEOR AND PLAIN AND FANCY BILKS ARE THE MATERIALS ........I.., sis.so 'Regular for Regular for.. Rtsnkr for Regular SI9.50 for Regular Regular for New Knitting Wopls Just arrived a''complete range of fine knrltins wools iu woniler- ful range of colors such as CORAL, FLAME, WHITE, BLACK, PINK, PADDY, ORANGE, TURQUOISE, CA- DET, SALMON, AMERICAN BEAUTY, SEA GRSEN, CHAM- PAGNE EXTRA SPECIAL .'1.0Z..BM.I. -35e each DRESSES for All Occasions You have fijijd.iress for, a. long time., been jutting It off perhaps from "time to time, because of ifloncy 'weilTho'vr' Is lha to secure a. real attractive .dress at Uie orlce of .ordinarj' styles. SERGE AND JERSEY DRESSES Regular for Regular CO for Regular for Regular J52.SO fir Regular for Regular 5EO.OO for Regular for SILK AND CREPE DRESSES Regular for ReBUlar for t40.00 for S45.CO for for 00 for for WO.CO for J75.0D for Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular 556.25 Special Notice! During our sals wo Cannot ac- cep'. any phone orders or C.QD. orders for sale goods.. No clianges or goods diargctl nt snlc prices. RYLANOS <1 CO. SWEATERS A varied stock of attractivo styles nudt in pullover or coat style. Colors SAXE BLUE, PINK, WINE, SKY BLUE, CARDINAL AND KELLY Regular Regular47.00 Regular for................... for................... Regular Regular PILLOW COTTONS, 2OT yards of fino WhKo Cotton. 30, Inches free from dressing or filling. Thta cot- ton Is worth 30c yard. ynr.1 WHITE FLANNELETTE This la an extra special valiio when you consider tho prices wanted for good white flannfticlU today by wholesaler. 27 Indies wldo. Good weight Rummage Sale, yard WHJTE FLANNF.1.ETTF. Hil inch White Maniulcttc. aultnhlc for underwear, night dreasi-s for ladlca and rcn. it'fl (i feat salo here. Hnmmago nft. Kale, yard JUC 12-4 FLANNELEHE BLANKETS Thrae :iro tho biggest, size mado. Will covnr the largest bed made. Soft and liemy white or grey. Worth now ?C t pair. Rummage Sale, 72-INCH BLEACHED SHEETING GOO yards of puro, bleached medium weight' nnd full 72 .inches widcl'-We lead in staple values. This Is" a good tlmn lo sUick up on bedding. Rummage Sale.' 90-INCH SHEETING A good heavy blenched shooting in wide enough 'width lo cover the biggest bed made, This is cfl.tlly worth SI. 25 yard. Rummage Hale, yard 18c BUCK TOWELLING yards nt hlcacltcd huck towelling iu IS- Inch width. A good useful towelling nt a good prlcej Worth 30c yard, lliimmngc Sale, yard PILLOW COTTON One of Ibe big plums of the sale. Tills 40- Inch bleached circular pillow cotton in med- ium weight, it Is worlti Me to 65c yard. lUimmaBO Sale, yard FRIDAY AND SATURDAY-LAST TWO DAYS OF SALE RYLANPC AND COMPANY BETTER SHOP THIS WEEK AND SAVE BIO MONEY PERSONAL '.v; o. ANNOUNCEMENTS Me-Kbufn of Calgary was In the] An ensageraenl which has aroused city today attending the funeral of the I much Interest In England la that of.' lalo Mrs. Duff. Mr. Henry BraBscy. Isi Life Ouards, and Miss Victoria, Ivy Spea- LntehUm Irwia of Olrvln, Sask., ar-! cer. TLs former, the eldest son ot riveii in the cily this'morning and will [Major Leonard and Lady Violet Bras- remain with his fither, Magistrate eey, is 23, 1B a grandson of the duke Irwm; Victoria NicBlons, for a couple Of rtlchmond. and among his uncles of weeks. anil aunts are and Lady March land the duke and duchess of Norlh- and Mrs. Frank Humphries His fiancee, known by arrived, in Iho city from Vancouver her second nauso ot Ivy, Is and anft will take up permanent residence sbo is the elder daughter of Lord end h'cre. (Lady Churchill and niece of Lord and Lady Lonsdale. nov. F. W. Dafoelleaves for Calgary Ibis evening to'attend a meeting of the Homo Mission 'Board thero to- morrow. E. II. of Bow Island Is a vis- itor in ,1110 city. The ladles society to tho D. of L, P. CHURCHES ArJD SOCIETIES' nicihberB arc requested to be present. of Calgary Is a vis- itor cllvr .Misses Iluth Letty Bacon, Elsie Gline's arid Messrs. Lewis Bow- en, Wilfrid Henlngor, Jas. Hawkins, Leland. Nalder and L. P. Skouson of Raymqnd1 are guests in tho city, these .jrouiiij people are responsible for of "The Squire's Daughter" being playej at the Majes- tic .theatre this cvpnlng. Mr. Southard spent a few hours In the cily yesterday. t. Jas. Vernon MacKenzte, who some years ago was engaged In newspaper work .In LctUbrldge, has been apjwlnl- i.d Canadian Commissioner at. Qlasgow. He served in the war as an officer. Mr; Mrs.. Stanley Buchanan of Edmonton are in the city, having been i summoned here on account of the cril- i'cal Illness of. Mr. Buchanan's mother Mrs. (Kov.) i v SOCIAL EVENTS f.. f, ff 4 r, i The benefit ivhist drive and dance given last evening .In Tlurgman's linli under the management ot tho civic employees was a decided success. one- liiradred were pres- 'ent ffhn attractive prizes offered for 'whist spores were won Ly the follow- ing: Mrs. Mclntyre, lady's first; Mrs. Hurt, second, 5Iv. Itutton, gentleman's 1st, and Mr. .1. Fuller second. Excellent music was furnished for the donee.' Dainly refreshments were served. j Tomorrow (Friday) .evening a ben- cfll wliist drive is liuing lield in Burg- man's imll under the auspices of tho I.Qthbrldge Kentish Association, com- inenclng promptly at 8 o'clock. Good firowds aro always In attendance at these functions and tomorrow night's I pleasure therefore seems assured. 4 The noted Leslie Crossmllb 1ms I been engaged to appear in Lelh- lirldge In Wesley church on Tuesday evening, February 1'Olh, accompanied I by John Bowman, the successful rlol- Lothbrlilgo isaindeed forlunale j In jielng .able to secure these artists to appear In this ci'ly but the mcr- its of their delivery will fissure cap- nclty houses greeting them. The annual meeting of St. Mary's Women's Auxiliary took place Mon- day afternoon at 2.SO, and was welt at- tended. After tho various reports were received from tlio officers pres- ent, the election of officers for the ensuing year took place as follows: Hon. Pres., Mrs, S. C. Ripper; Pres., .Mrs. A. Vice-Pres., Mrs. J. P. Unaworth; Sec., Mrs. J. A. Mason; Treas., Mrs. S. Harrison; Dorcas Sec., Mrs. W. Carter; Literature See.. Mrs. WHlam; delegates to annual conven- tion In Calgary, Mrs. S. C. Kipper, Mrs. A. Arnold, Sirs. J. A. Mason. The Interest In (he meetings held at the United Church Hall in connec- tion with tho spiritual obpectlres of the Forward 'movement Is well sus- tained. Tho attendance last evening was very encouraging despite tho rath- er adverse wealuer conditions. There was the usual bright singing In open- ing after which Sir. Hoult contributed n solo. Dr. Rivers gave a Very prac- tical and helpful address, basing his remarks uii the scripture, "U is. re- quired in stewards thai a man bo found faithful." With a telling Illustration of how Llncoln'directed that a vateran of the civil war should be permitted to come .forward to. apeak with him, after ono of the president's speeches Svben Iho body-guard -was keeping back the crowd, because the soldier had fought all day long nt Cicltysburg and elsewhero, tho speaker went on lo apply the lesson ot faithfulness and loyalty 16 followers of Christ Jesus did not say so much about success or ability but he did say "Well done tbou good and fallhful thpn bast hcen faithful in a few things. Loyalty Is the essential thing, the preacher should not have lo spend ninety per cent, of his lime looking up Christian people but have an oppnrtunlty to go after those away from God and away from the church. The central thought of. faithfulness iu Stewardship was brought homo un- der the beads: Tho Fatherhood of the Brotherhood of man anil the Snviourhood ol Christ. To nlghl Rev. A. II. Denoon ot Knox church will speak. Only two evenings remaining this week. You will help and be helped by coming to, Iheao meetings. The Service begins at eight o'clock in the hall. On Tuesday evening the spacious rooms of the homo of Dr. and Mrs. levering, Third Avenue, were throng- ed with guests who gathered together to -enjoy an old lime house-warming ct the members anil adherents of tho Wesley Methodist church. The even- Ing's pleasures bad been planned by. members ol the M. S. and tbe fifty guests present entered heartily Into the enjoyment of the proceedings. Musical selections were rendered and contests enjoyed. A portrait con- test was .decidedly amusing. Dr. Lov- crins and Mr.l Felterly captained two learns of six persons for a Bible con- test with Dr. Grccnway ot Magrnth acting In the capacity of umpire. Mrs. Fellerly'a aggregation won.. the decis- ion with a 4 lo 0 point score. Follow- llng the. Biblical contest a curio con- test was enjoyed. Then musical sel- ections were rendered and delicious refreshments served. The Store of Groceries Rke, Fancy Head, 2 38c Sardines, Brunswick Brand in oil, 3 tins for 37c Sardines, Norwegian, Skipper Brand in pure olive oil, 3 tios for........................, 70c tin 95c Bran, 100 Ibs. Sacks, each Shorls, 100 Ibs. Sacks, each BLENDED JAMS Apple and Strawberry, '4 Ib. tins, each Apple and 4.1b..tins, each 79c Chloride of Lime, 2 packets for Enamel Starch, Benson's, per packet 24c 15c PHONES 313 and 1513 ine THE FIRM FOR SERVICE- -NO CHARGE FOR DELIVERY powers, ts tho effect ot a Judgment handed down In tho OMhenuer court) yesterday by Chief Justice Cassels. The judgment was rendered in con- nection with tho case of Livingstone versus the Crown. In 1911 Sir Fred- crick Borden, then minister of militia, entered Into a contract, wltli; a King- jSton firm to provide uniforms'-for'tho cadets at' tlio Hoyal Military College. The contract was not ratified by the rest of the cabinet. Shortly afterward a change of gov- ernment having taken nlafe, the eon- tract was .cancelled by fhe_ hew' min- istry. The company thereupon :sued. the government for dariwg'es, but afc already staled, the opinion was given I that as the contract was entered Into by Sir Frederick Bornen and not rati-, fled by the rest of the'cabinet, .U bad no binding effect upon the goverumenL IMPERIAL OIL CO. MAKES NEW ISSUE TORONTO, Jan. of Imperial Oil." Llmilwi, circulars malted la'st night, are asked to sub- scribe lo .an issue of two hundred thousand shares of the unissued cap- stock of the company at ?76- a share In the proportion of ono new share for every six shares held. Tho par value of the share Is twenty-five dollars. This wilt increase the Issue of capital of Ihe corporation from JIJO.- 000.000 to 'although t'ho'i shareholders will put Into the business an nmount of The price ot a share represents the largest premium at whicli Imper- ial Oil slock has ever been issued to shareholders. Why 0X0 Cubes sell by the Million; as told by people who use Betni Beim i coixtat o) OXO t KQdVoM TCBipW. I in -1-ir I IMJI Ubaen with-tbb ot -1 OXO SOOM 107 mTM IX OXO ClfeM I OXO m mil soitklr nf Sni'V il'rrry TftrnWrf_ "My fnefl.j. ae wUt I I ifccffl. OXO, I mm cAnvitctJ it U OXO tbs.tMB OK well OZO CttWl diiliaet There TTU DcS'Vr lira: n hen they con 1 4 ol The Associated School ncmrds Montreal hnvo started ti mOY6nirtnt for a grant ol nt least to (ho clomcntary sclioota o( "-the )Jro- vlnce. DIED fn New York City alone from kid- ney trouble last year, Don't allow yourself lo becomes a victim ;by neglecting pains and aches, Guard against trouble by fating COLD MEDAL 7 world's standard ttmedy foi WJner, .liver, and Held Holland's natiofial remedy 1595. AH drugglals, 50o, box, Imk IK CoM Md i SIR GEORGE FOSTER SAYS THE WAR CAUSED UNREST OTTAWA, Jan. hundred delegates (o Iho Otlawa and Bnslern Ontario districts convention of tho llc- lall Merchants' Association listened la a. most Inspiring and nt the same time by the (Ion. George B. Foster, acllng optimistic address which was delivered premier, at the annual banquet at tbe Chateau last night. Tho act-, Ing premier, who spoke at length, as-1 crlhed the general unrest prevalent not only In Canada, but Iho wortcl, to the great war, which clur- i ing the live years U had been In pro- Kreca it liad so disrupted (he produo-' Ing sources of the world otid a new environment for tba meri who had fought in il, thai It would be gem-; oral Ions licforo limes would ever be normal again. CAWINET MINISTERS CAN'T MAKE CONTRACTS WITHOUT GOV'T CONSENT. OTTAWA, ,Tan, o cabinet minister has no legal right to into conlnicl on behalf of the gov- crapiont unless clothed with statutory AWDEN BROC PHONE 625 Carpets and Linoleums Now lit the lime to get that Carpel or Linoleum yoii have been' thinking about. Our prices on