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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JULY 15, 1918 rilE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEnPLiLD PAGE NINE WHITE WEAR SALE ONE DAY ONLY White Underwear Buy These in the Ladies' Wear Department 1.19 �CORSET COVERS. Beautifully trimmed and finished. Uogular 7r>c. Wlilto - >!�)_ Sale I'rlco...........H:�iC CORSET COVERS. With dainty, lace insertions, etc. Regular 85c. Wliltc CO-Sale Price .......... D�>C CORSET COVERS. Of most adporlor finish and worUmau-shlp. Regular ?1.25. QA_ White Sale Price.....05/C CORSET COVERS. Fit tor a ciueen to wear. Regular $1.50. Wilte Sale Price............ NIGHT GOWNS. A really wonderful bargain. Regular .n.50. White Sal6 n|\^ Price ..... ....... ifiJC NIGHT GOWNS. A superior grade to ahove. Regular n.7G. White Sale i Price .............. ItCit- NIGHT GOWNS. These are most exquisitely finished. Regular $2.25. White Sale Price ..... NIGHT GOWNS. Beautiful, exquisite, dainty. Regular $3.25. White Sale Price........... No need to hold forth on the merits of these snaiw - the jiriccs alono are sufficient to compel attention. We'll merely state that all these linns arc taken from our regular stoclt, and wnro bought previous to the tremendous advance in all cotton goods. XHEY ARE EASILY WORTH DOUBLE THE PRICES WE ARE ASKING. STOCK UP NOW. YOU'LL PAY DOUBLE BY FALL. 1.59 A 2-Hours' Special from 9 to 11. As an introduction to the other bargains. COMBINATIONS Of the very highest grade, quality, workmanship and finish, which we sell at $2.75, for 2.29 $1.59 NIGHT GOWNS. Wo want you to Judge these yourself. Reguliir 1.1.60. White *> Sale Price ........ �,�\3V UNDERSKIRTS. A very tine lawn, very neatly tucked. Regular $1.50. Wiite QA^ Sale Price .......... O^C UNDERSKIRTS, with n deep riounco of lace and Insertion. Regular $1.75. i �|q White Sale Price ... XtUU LADIES' DRAWERS. Not v(!ry many of those, so ho onrly. Regular 7uc. Tuesday^ July 16th A Glorious Wind-up to 0iir Annual Clearance Sale which closes Wednesday noon at 1.00 p.m., at Prices unheard of, Values unheard of, Variety unheard of, Opportunities unheard of COME! BUT COME EARLY! White Otherwear Buy These in the Dry Goods Department WHITE LAUNDRY BAGS. 15 only. Regular 65c. Wlilte Sale Price____ 39c DAY SLIPS. 30, Pure Linen. Regular $2.25. Wliito Sale Price ..... 1.75 STAMPED PILLOW CASES. 60 only. White Salo Price .............. White Sale Price PILLOW SLIPS. 24 only. Em-hroidored linen .Size 36x42. Regular $S.on. White Salo Price, pair____ FANCY BATTENBURG COVERS. A large size 72x72. Regular $5.00. White Sale Price 69c NIGHT GOWNS. Ladle*' semi-ready for embroidering. Regular $2.25. White 1 y|A Sale Price........ WHITE PIQUE ROMPERS. 0 only. Regular $1.50. White Sale Price ____ 79c WHITE PIQUE DRESSES. 4 only. Regular $1.50. "jq White Sale Price .... lifC SILK UNDERWEAR. Warehouse samples in whltt; and fleali. All laco trimmed ' 2.49 LADIES' DRAWERS. Most superior under apparel. Regular $1.25. Wilte Sale OQ _ Price ................OVC CHILD'S DRAWERS, in sizes from 2 to 12 years. Ail one price. Regular 40c. OA-^^^lile Salo Price---- itifC 3.29 SILK LISLE HOSE. 3 dozen only, white. Regular WHITE SILK HOSE. 2 dozen only. Regular $2.25. j A Z-Hours' Special from 10 to 12. As an introduction to tlie other bargains. Squares and Runners. to match in very exclusive designs of drawn thread work are placed on sale during these 2-hours at about halt their regular price. 49c, 59c, 69c, 89c CAMISOLE3 2 only. Reg. $1.50 for.. 75c 3 only. Reg. $1.30 for ... 90c 4 only. Reg. S2.25, for J1.15 2 only. Reg. $3.00, fpr $1.50 COMBINATIONS. Two,only. Crepe do Chene, ilze 36." Reg- ......4100 MULL COMBINATIONS. 2 only. Regular $4.50, ................. 2.25 GOWN, 1 only, with lace front and yoke. 4 Inch sleeve. A beautiful quality silk. Regular $.9,00, for............ 4.00 All the above simply MUST go and the prlcea quoted 'WlII move them. Come early and be one of the lucky ones. ........^.......^..........-'r^mi  * � PERSONAL � CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES  There will be a moeting of the Girl Guides of St. Cyprian's tonight in the Parish Hall at eight o'clock,   a The ladles' aid of tho United Church, North Lethbrldge, intend holding a refreshment booth at tho Stampede and will Borvo meals all WRok. a a  Dominion Robekah Lodge, No. 41, Mrs. Steven's section, will meet at the Red Cross rooms for sewing Tues day evening at 7.30. All other Rcbok-ahs aro welcomo. a a a Tlio IndioB of St. Mary's W. A. are holding a lawn social on Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Mockford, corner 4th Ave, and 12th Street A. North. Everybody welcome. housewife exactly 'the cost for sugar per quart jar; Sugar at 8c per lb: costs 1 cenl.s per quart' jar. Sugar at flc per lb.;'costs 1 1-2 ceiit.s per quart jar. '�. ,fi,'' . Sugar at lOc'per.lj, cost.g 1 2-3 cents per quart jnr,  ' Sugar at 11c per lb. costs 1 o-C cents per quart jar_______ Sugar at 12c PBlr|^3fi" co-''t8-.'2 cents Pijr.auart jar.  ., Recipa. Pill C-quart javs with fresh fruit carefully but firmly packed in layers. Prepare a syrup by adding, 1 lb, of sugar to 12 cups of water, or a ratio of 1 of .sugar to C of water. Roil the syrup for 15 minutes and allow it to cool; pour it over tho fruit to williin 1-2 incii of the top of the jar. , Secure the cover in the usual v.'ay. Place the jaiis in ft boiler in which a board should be plac*! to prevent jars coming in too cloc* touch with the stove. Pill the boiler with cold water up to the neck of jars and allow to come to the boiling point. Berries may be removed then but will not hurt to remain 10 minutes. Stone and other fruits should be boiled 20 minutes before removing. Seal Jars as soon as removed, and after cooling store them in a cool place. . iFrult put up in this way requires no further application of sugar when serving and the fruit retains its natural size and flavor. ' DIRECTIONS FOR PRE-'ERVING. '1 lb. sugar will flutfice in putting up (i quarts oC fruit. Sugar prices being unsteady, the followlns UHl^ wUl toll tile biuy fi APPUGAIIONS ABEAS CORPUS Ottawa, July 15.-Notice of petition for twenty-seven different writs of habeas corpus was nerved today on Hon. Martin Burroll, acting minister of militia. Tho applicants come with in the clasB of men whose exemptions were cancelled under the terms of tha order-In-councll declared Invalid by the Alberta supremo'cbtirt. The petitions will con.e before Os-goode Hall, Toronto, on Thursday. The applicants aro all from Haldi-mand Comity. They already have been taken outside tho p-ovlnce of Ontario. 48 More Quebec, July 15.-At least forty-eight additional writs of habeas corpus on behalf of soldiers at present under military orders.wero applied tor in the course of the day. All these men want to bei liberated from the military service on the ground that tho order-In-council under which they have been drafted is illegal. All are returnable on'the 17th instant. EXPECT ANOTHER AUSTRIAN ATTACK Paris, July 15.-Writing of the of-fojjfllve begun today, the military critic of life Temps says: "The crown priucii'w forces ottacked at four o'clock Ihts morning alter a bombardment of tour hours which was heard in the entire Paris district. As was generally foreseon. It is on the plains of tho Champagne and on the Marno that the battle will be fpught." Tho wr/ter 8i,ijfg9Btp t|ie, jios^fbimx, of an immsrtlato,,A}�Btvian a|.ti|iiifJc,ion the Italian front, accordlrlg.,to..indications of such a happening in tho l�t- Come Again and Gain Again. It Pays to Shop at Rylands. Rylands' Rummage Sale Is Bigger and Better Than Ever Our Sales still sKow a big increase which goes to prove that our prices make a real sale. We planned to make this our greatest Rummage Sale-the greatest in volume of business-the greatest sale of values and one that will mean something to you in'a way you will appreciate-money; � As a special inducemeht for this ' week only we offer you a discount of 10% off our best selling wanted lines of merchandise as specified below. ' CORSET COVER EMBROIDERY OFF CORSETS HOSIERY UNDERWEAR SILK SKIRTS DRESSES SHEETING PILLOW COTON' EXTRA SPECIAL For ladles, large COVERALL APRON8 in good quality of print in small stripes or neat figured designs. Good big roomy stylo with short sleeves. Regular $1.00. Rummage Sale .... 65c 300 yards .. 50c ^ LADIES' COMBIKATIQNS 35 suits only of a good line-of,-' Ladies' Knitted Combinations, made with no sleeve %nd loose knee, Neatly trimmed with good lace. Well made in .well known sprln^i needle weave. All sizes. Regular n.Bo;. Rummage Sale .,.. $1.10 BATH TOWELS 100 prs. of large white or natural linen colored bath towels. Hemmed or fringed ends. A big thirsty quality that will absorb tho water. Easy to launder. Regular 75c. Rummage Sale, pair. . 60c LADIES' SPECIAL HOSE 300 pairs of Ladles' Pine Black Llslo Finished Hose. Splendid solid black dye, Extra well finished and full fashioned. They oire manufactt iirer's seconds which'are � sHghtly"' Imperfect. Regular 50c value. Rummage Sale, 3 pr. $1.00 RIBBED fCOTTON HOSE, 200 pair 6t good Ribbed Hb'so.^ Extra good finish. A line that will. give endless wear in black, ;plnk, � white or blue. Size only. Regular 65c valu^. . Rummage Sale.....39c LADIES'HOSE 150 pairs in this lot of Travellers' Sample Hose. Good quality and fine summer weave. Your. choice of black or white'.' Size 9, 9%. Full fashioned. Regular 66c to 76c. Rummage Sale ..... 49c OFF WASH SKIRTS MIDDY WAISTS NOVEI.TY DRESS VOILES NECKWEAR / T/^LE COMFORTERS BEDSPREADS MEN'S SHIRTS : Men's Dress Shirts, mad^ from good quality of percale, soft cults, others with stiff cuffs, Neat stripes and figures. Some are slightly soiled. Not all sizes, but a good range from 14 to 16. Values up to $1.G0. Rummage Sale .... 85c When Rylands Say Sale It's a Real Sale. The Rummage Sale Where the Bargains Grow. RYLANDS & CO. "TH^E BUgY STORE** ;