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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Dressmaking Competition All Garments that are to be entered in the Home Dressmaking Competition must be in our Store not later than Wed. next at 1 2 o'clock. The different classes will be judged and returned to the owners not later than Friday noon, July 13th. Pattern envelopes and purchase slips of materials used must be attached to the garments entered. RYLANDS&Co. Continuing bur Most Successful Mid-Summer Sale Every Day This Week Values as snort and in many cases better than those of the imst week, with dozens of new lines added at exceptionally low prices.-Prices which in many cases are actually less thu.ii present wholesale value. All these goods we're purchased many months ago before the biggest advances were put on and you will do well to supply not only present, but future needs as well at these exceptionally low prices. EXPECT TO GET THE REQUIRED NUMBER FIRST TWO CLASSES Premier Borden Does Not Think That Men Above These Classes Will Be Called Ottawa. July S.-The house of commons on Saturday afternoon took up i:: committee the phases of the military service bill. Several discussions developed as to the division of class according to which men would lie called upon to perform military service. According to the hill presented to the house, young married men will be culled out before unmarried men over SO. although the first throe classes include oy��- unmarried men or widowers without children up to that ;:ge. Fred Pardee argued that unmarried men should be compelled to serve before married men, and he said he felt strongly tliat this course would be in the best interest of the country. The reply on behalf of the government, however, was that men between the ages of IS and ->'i had been found to perform the best military service in the fieid. whereas men over 35 did not stand the strain so well. The solicitor-general stated that the expectation of the government was that the lOO.OOn men necessary would be secured from tV; first two classes, nnd if It "was found that they were obtaining more than that number, �lass two would bo sub-divided. One of the changes in the bill from Jhe terms of the militia act is that the penalty for desertion will be three years' imprisonment. Under the present law a deserter could be executed. Incidentally it was stated that the discharges from the overseas force 'lad been chiefly for compassionate reasons. Mr. Lemieux remarked that foreign Worn who were naturalized could be compelled to serve and he drew the. attention of the premier to statements ^hich had been made that the foreign born were to be debarred from the franchise Sir Robert replied that lie was allowing his Imagination to fun wild. BIG EXPLOSION. Splendid Hose 25c Worth up to 40c. Silk Sale 1.38 Taffetas, Poplins and Messalaines up to $2.00. Silk Boot Hose 59c All colors. Now worth Siic Lisle Hose 45c Various colors and black, up to 75c. ? San Francisco, July 0.-Two > > storehouses on Mare Island > ? navy yard on San Francisco ? > Hay were destroyed by an ex- > ? plosion this morning. Whether > > any lives were lost has not > ? been determined. > ? : g>.;. :.;. ;$> > E OEPRP OF POTATOES London. July 7.-Hamburg. Altona 1 and presumably most of the other German cities will again have no potatoes in the coming .week, nor will any be available until the new potatoes begin to come in. It is also almost impossible to obtain adequate supplies of fresh vegetables according to advices reaching London today from the continent. A semi-official statement explains that if by continued drought the vegetable crop is delayed any. that in some sections prospects for this year's crops are poorer on account of the drought. The kingdom of Bavaria has decided to reduce the meat ration without awaiting the promised restoration of full bread allowance and after .Monday will allot "T."> grams weekly per capita instead of 500 grams. The reason assigned is the .slaughter of additional cattle means curtailment of the milk supply. HAIR NETS COMBS, PINS, ETC. 6 for 25c 10c Worth up to $1.00. ALL OVER NET3 AND LACES 67c APRON LAWN 23c Worth up to $1.25. Regular 35c value. CREAM BLANKET CLOTH BEACH SUITING L98 37c Worth up to $3.00. Values up to 50c. PAISLEY VOILES WASH RUFFLING 60c 35c Worth up to $1.00. Regular 60c value. SATEEN BLOOMERS WAIST SALE 40c 98c Black only. Sizes to 12. Values up to $3.00. CHILDREN'S UNDERWAISTS SILK DE CHENE WAISTS 35c 2.98 Knitted and Jean. Sizes to 12. Copenhagen, Grey, Flesh am' Old Rose. BOYS' JERSEYS CREPE AND GEORGETTE 35c WAISTO White with colored trim. 2c';; on CLARKE'S Eighth Annual Mid-Summer Sale AH Ready-to-Wear INCLUDED IN THIS SALE AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. The Last of the Suits TWO LOTS INCLUDING OUR ENTIRE STOCK. 19.75 Serges and gaberdine suits up to ?UU.00, 27.50 Silk. Wool Jersey, Serge and Poplin Suits up to $15.00. All the New Coats at Bargains All $17.50 Coats .................$12.00 All $22.50 Coats ................. $15.00 All $27.50 Coats ................ $18.00 All $32.50 Coats ................ $21.00 All $37.50 Coats ................. $23.75 All $17.50 Blanket Coats..........$10.50 All $25.00 Coats ................. $20.00 All Raincoats .................20% Off Heavv Silk Hose 88c All colors. Now worth Natural Hajah 39c Splendid weights, 34 inches wide. UNDERVE3TS 25c Regular 35c value All Kinds of Kimoiias Crepes, silks, crepe do chene, velours, etc. 20 r/, Penetang. P.O., Ontario, writes: "It is a pleasure to tell you what Dr. Cassell's Tablets have done for my baby. When only five months old he fell ill, and though I had medical advice for him he got worst;. I tried several special foods, but none of them would stay on his stotnuch, and he became so thin that lie seemed just skin and bono. He ct�!y weighed 10 lbs., (nought he could live to hear of Dr. Cassell some for baby, and did. Ho is ;i bonny Guaranteed To Satisfy The " Sunshine " Furnace gives healthful, warm air heat-and plenty of it. When installed, according to plans furnished by our heating engineers^ it is guaranteed to give absolute satisfaction. Write for free illustrated booklet. sunshine furnace london toronto montreal winnipeg vancouver st. john, n.b. hamilton CAiGAll'/ 1 SASKATOON edmonton For Sale by The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. Clean to handle. Sold by all Drue, gists, Grocer* and General Store*. and we never I !. Hut chancing ' imitations tan over bo tho saino, Oolc Proprietors: Ur. Cassctl'.i Co., Lid., Kanchcstt7> EH�i CosT: of Funeral Goods Will Not Be Increased in Lethbridge In an endeavor to protect you from the big advances In the cost of funeral goods we have purchased an enormous stock of high grade goods prior to another advance in prices, effective June 20th, which places us in a position to furnish you.with modern goods at exceptionally low prices. Your patronage solicited. Give us a call and we will save you money and at the same time give you a service you will appreciate, i MacKay & MacKay UNDEIITAKKKK PHONE 1302 THiRD AVE. & EIGHTH ST. 8. OUT OF TOWN ORDER3 PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO 97 ;