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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 18, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta .WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1017 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE RYLANDS' RUMMAGE Cut Price" SALE raRBcnffiarsKC To encourage early morning shopping and help us handle the crowds in the afternoons during this sale, we announce a series of "Early Morning" .Specials which will he on sale from 8 a.m. until 1 o'clock. THURSDAY MORNING SPECIALS! Allovcr Aprons - 59c At thin prlco It would ho hard to buy tho print. Full steed. Largo over all style. Worth NGe. White Voile---2�>c 75 yards only of a fine white vollo, nultablo for waists and baby dresses. 45c and 60c valuoa. Bungalow Nets - Ii)c Also a few floral bordered scrims In whito, ecru and linen shades. Regular 35c values. White Skirts - - $1.19 25 only, white repp dre3B skirts, pearl buttons, Urge pockets. 23-2S waist bands. Whito Dimity - 12^c 23-20 inch white dimity muslins. Neat checks and- flno stripes. On sale Thursday morning only. Linen Towels, pr. 29c Bedroom Towols. buck linen mixture, fringed ends. Whilo they last, Thursday morning, at 29c pair. Tea Toweling - - 9c Blue checked tea toweling. Our regular Ifie quality, at the above prieo for Thursday morning only. Dress Shields - - 18c Nainsook dress shields. The sew In kind. Soft finish, odor-loss. Size S only. Dainty Camisoles 1.45 A sample lot of silk and crepe do chone camisoles suitable for wearing under th03e shoe waists. Values to ?2.B0. Brassieres - - - 49c Embroidery and lace trimmed flint soil regular at 75c. All slzon to 44. Warner's and D. & A. makes. 2 pairs Hose - - 25c Ladles' soamlesa stocking. Black cotton, sanitary dye. Satisfaction guaranteed. Slzoa S% to 10. Underwear Crepe 19c White crinkled crepo, 30 in. wide. Suitable for underwear purposes. Our regular 30c quality. Combinations - - 39c Ladles' gauze knit combination.1!, alcoves or no sleeves. Wide at knee, lace trimmed. Sizes 34 to 3S only. House Dresses - - 98c Another special sale of House Dresses. About 25 only, but everyone worth tho regular prlco, f 1.50. Sizes to 42. Wide Torchon Lace 5c From 1 to 4 Inches wide. Values to lSe a yard. A j;ood strong lace, Buitablo for underskirts, gowns, etc. Middy Waists - $1.19 ICeop cool, woar a middy around the houso those warm days. Whito Middies with colored trimming. Size- 3C to 42. ON SALE ALL DAY THURSDAY Selected at Random from the Bargain Tables Radium Silk Hose, all colors pair 59c_ Fancy Voiles and Muslins up to $1.00, for, yard 59c i~-=r: :� =;ltzz: --srrr.-Trr......---------., j-----------------1 Ladies' Cotton and Lisle Hose to 50c for 25c pair Fancy White Voile Waists, on sale $1.19 Wliite Muslin Petticoats, on sale _69c_ Children's 25c Fancy Socks, 2 pr. 35c Ladies' Cotton Night Gowns, sale 69c Muslin Petticoats, emb. frill 98c 20% Off Voile Waists up to _ $4.00 10% Off Georgette and Crepe Waists 10% Off All Silk and Lisle Hose Wash Skirts up to $2.00 for _$1.39_ Muslin Drawers, lace trim 50c %l RYLANDS & CO. Conducting a Real Cut Price Sale Mro. 11. Sago has loft to spend or eight weoks in Kdmonton. Miss Vera Underwood of Woyburn, Saak., Is visiting Miss Mildred Nim-mons.    Tho ladles of St. Patrick's church are holding .a lawn social and pantry sale %t Dr. Loverlng's tomorrow.   � Mr. T. S. Fetterly who was operated on for appendicitis at High Kiver has sufficiently recovered to return to tho city.   - Mrs. Leary of l!ow Island passed ((trough hero yesterday on her way to Nebraska, to visit her daughter,-Mrs. SpearB, who is very ill.   � The ladlos society to the 1!. of L. F. and 12. will hold the regular meeting at the 1. O. O. F. hall tonight at S o'clock. All members art: asked to attend. m w v Miss A. C. Sborin after spending a month's vacation with her parents, leaves this afternoon for Vermilion, whero she will take charge of tho hospital there. �   Mr. C. A. Cottorell left yesterday for Fort William to join his wife and family who are visiting there Beforo returning to the city Mr. and Mrs. Cotterell and family will visit New York and other eastern points.  . * . Mrs. W. H. Pawson entertained yesterday afternoon at a reception for her mother, Mrs. Leo Bond of Peoria, 111. She was assisted In receiving by Mrs. B. S. Pawson and Mrs. John Davidson of Coal-dale, Miss Wlnnlo Helseth, Miss Claire Cannon and Mrs. Ives Armstrong, formerly of Coaldale, assisted In the tea room. Little Miss Madeline Calonlskl of Minneapolis gavo several readings and Interpretative dancing during the afternoon. A color scheme of pink and white was carried out with carnations and sweet peas arranged with ferns. Little Mary Jane Davidson was the door attendant. Canadians Experience Very Heavy Bombardment Now (By Canadian Ovoraoas Correspondent.) Canadaian HeadyuartorB In France, July 17.-Thoro lias been u remarkable increase during tho past 48 hours in tho volume of the enemy's ftro all around tho Lons salient from hill 70 on tho north to Avion on tho south. In some places tho German fire was Of the nature formerly preceding an assault but tho enemy's object was tho destruction of our trouohoa and positions in the rulnud houses. In preparation for an attack, Vlmy, threo miles from tho nearest Uormany bat-tory, was bombarded with High explosives. C000 5.1) sholb lulling In .a relatively small ,i/^aco. Avion and points to tho north almost na far up the line as Vcrmollos wore subjected to a fire of considorablo intensity. Tho onemy's . observation was bettor than in tho past, eight balloons and many aeroplanes being ongagod In spotting for his gunners. The Canadian artillery waa not diverted by tho Germany activity from Its appointed task of methodically destroying tho enemy'.- ironotoo and defensive linos. In this work much progress was mado during the day M well as In countar buttery operations. Tho Germans daring tho night put down a barrago along n largo part of the front under tho belief that an advance was Imminent, but no infantry action followod. A prisoner recently capturad states | that In the third Bavarian corps area | tho depletion of tho number of ettoo-j tlvos was so great that all lads of \ flgbteen bad already bo*u called to tho colors to sorve. Boys of the class 1920. that Is thoso who will be 17 somo tlmo this yoar �ird now being embodied for training. Deterioration In fighting qualities In tho Bavarian troops, some of whom are invariably in the lino on this part of the front, is due largely to tho feeling that t.hoy are bearing an undue part of the burden. AMERICANS APPLY FOR TRANSFER FROM THE BRITISH ARMY  Loudon, July 17. - In accordance with the military registration of the United States, Americans in tho British Isles roglaterod today by tho scores and hundreds at (bo various consulates. Those registered will ro-coive later, cards similar to tho ones used iu tho United States. Hard on Wagner "Do you on joy Wagnerian music?" "Not a bit. Sometimes I wonder whether that Wagnerian inuslo didn't do a great deal toward spoiling Germany's disposition." - Washington Star. For the first tlmo In tho last two years Alberta did not have one officially roported casualty yesterday. The British Columbia and Eastern battalions are still in tho thick of It, but It seems that the men from the prairies are getting a well-oarned rest. DANDELION SOUP Scant Fare for Refugees From Germany. The refugees from St. Quentin who wore expelled by tho Germans lived on soup made from dandelions and nettles during their passage through Germany and into Belgium. Canada knows nothing of such trials. Tho self-sacrlfico of the men at tho front has not been met' by any proportionate sacrifice at homo. Millions are still being spent on comforts that should be devoted to war work. There is urgent necessity for popular investment in War Savings Certificates if the Dominion is to bear tho financial burden of the war which will amount to some $600,000,000 this year and which has already increased the national debt by half a billion. War menus should mark every table. War dress should replace the -axtrava-gances that are now Indulged in. One British tailoring firm reports moro dress suits sold In Canada during the last year than at any time In its experience. Thoro Is too much luxury and too much waste. Save your dollars, buy War Savings Certificates and do your bit for victory D-15 Miss Gtcdhill spending three II. DeLong. Mrs. J. V. C�ok has as her guo"ts, Mrs. O. J. Coiirtico and her little Hon of Kdmonton.    Mr. J. C. F. Miller of the Bank of Nova Scotia has loft for the const being called west by the death of his mother. �   The regular monthly meeting of the Kir Alexander Gait chapter, I. . D, i K., will bo held (/morrow afternoon > ?      AUSTRIA'8 PEACE IDEAS * *  GET THOSE MICE , It's a safe- guess that there $ uro moro mice tfcan men in  > Lethbridgo, and every mouse la  $ a, food waster. Get some of  { those cheap little wood and * spring traps and give a little * bit of soft choege to each rls-   ltor. Thoy only nood ope mool  < thon.  Vienna, via Amsterdam, July 17.- Austria-Hungary's ldua on peace was made known to the constitution c6ra-mlttee of tho Reichstat In an address by tho premier. Dr. Von Seydlor. After referring to the unbreakable unity bo-twoon Austria and her allies, Dr. Von Seydlor declared parliament would work for "the aim for which Austria Is lighting:: namely, the unassailable sacred right of nor peoplos. to de.cide for themselves tholr internal destiny. This task at the same time will be a long stride ir. the direction of an honorable peace which we desire to ere-ate on the basis of justice, mdderation and conciliation-the Arm unity, of all civilized peoples and their uniform en doavor to abolish those circumstances which brought about the world war. Wo are all longing for this peace. Until then we are determined to hold ou In firm cooperation between front and borne land." Prohibitive tho "Do you cast your bread upon waterB?" "Not since it's 10 cents a lot&'V-! Puck. Final Sale of Women's Silk i i To-morrow Ladies* Silk Suits Tafetta, Silk Moire, Pongee and Rajah. Colors-Grey, Green, Navy, Black and .. Natural. Values up to $33 - - - - SALE CREPE DE CHENE WAISTS, IVORY, FLESH, YELLOW, NAVY, BLACK, MAIZE. $5.00 VALUES- a i i i I i i 1 . ABOVE ON SALE THURSDAY, JULY lfllTH, ONLY. The Simpson Co. Ltd ;