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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JULY 19, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERAtJ> PAGE SEVEN Huiidredis of Women Rylands Big Rummage Sale Thfc belt kind for a sale Is a utlsfled customer. Hundreds of women have told us thai this is the best lali we held. The Increase as the progresses-there will be no "let up" to a ..le like thli. We have spent months: preparing for the Bale; each day new bargains ap- pear on the counter. Keep your eye on these Dally Sale Bulletins. Coupons With Every in Premiums FREE 59C COLORED PONGEE SILK 114 inch silk; colors iblack. white cadet, tan, rose anil sky; res. 7iic. .REGULAR 4 1 Q CORSETS .........9 I" IS A new model corset, 0 hose sup- porters, lone skirt, sizes' up lo 2S; a real bargain. 22 INCH SILK- GLOVES 69c 'Niagara i.Mnhl' pure silk gloves, colors black, tan. navy, double tips. 35c COLORED RATINES A French Ratine for skirts and dresses, 30 Inch, -1, TOR. 7on yard. 45 INCH EMB. VOILES ..i... dresses, fine quality Km- broiderod Vpilo, regular ami a yard. Be CHILDREN'S SHOES ConlTilote clearance of every shoe In the. store, all high grade -footwear, Including slippers, laco and button shoes, in all leathers: Shoes now Shoes now Shoes Shoes now Shoes now ......T1.4C MORE 15c PRINTS FOR Buy all the Prints you the last time this year at Sc a yard. STRAW HATS HALF PRICE Straw Hats for the children, also Mexican Sun Hats; this lot worth from 73c to- '51.00; On sale ROMAN 1Qr> SiATINETTE...........IOC A fine ijuallty Satin for bloom- cm, lining, etc., regular 25c per yard. LISLE UNION SUITS Watson's fine lisle thread com- binations, some tight knee, oth- ers lacn trimmed, reciilar Sl.oo nut) SI.25. 65c SWISS EMBROIDERY The befit embroidery bargain of HIM season; corset embroidery, allovers and flouncing. 69c 37c A SALE OF TOWELS Colored. TlirkUh Towels, extra large size, also heavy Huck Linen, reg. 75c each. 45 INCH WHITE ORGANDJE 49c 23c A fine qua lily Longcloth or Am- lirican 'Muslin for underwear, etc. Straw Hats for the girls: Cloth Hats for tlie toys, val- ues up to ?3.00; will go on sale at 36 INCH WHITE MUSLIN Sizes up to 44, fast color, ging- hams, all neat styles, only two dozen left. GIRLS' WHITE MIDDIES WOMEN'S SHOES All Hinds of Shoes on Pumps, Slippers, and button high shoes by Em- pros.s ;ind Rolimlo makers. Note the reductions; All Shoes All Shoes All Shoes 50 pairs Ladies' Buttoned Ox- fords, patent etc worth 52.85 The Phone 453 Blk. CLARKE CO Tuesday's Extra Special Bargains In the Mid-Summer Sale Lowcsl possible prices on all summer slocks for the I'mul nnd ub- solulo closely our fixed policy of nil "u'oods the season for which they were bought, and pricing- them low .enough to make sure of the result. The advantage i.s all in favor. Shop.early tomorrow. 9c 59c Note the inch, fine white orgftndie tor dresses, etc. Regular 45c. AND DRESSES S5c "Little One" Middies, white cadet drill, well made, 2 to 10 years, regular and 90c. ALLOVER PRINT APRONS Another batch of these large Allover Aprons, regular 76c. to ?1.00 values. 49c 55c REGULAR YARD DRESS GOODS In the Mid-Summer Clearance Uoniiirkahly cheap to Kay ihe least, and doubly tttiractivc now when wool materials aro cost- ing mud i more. Included are pure wool broken checks in black and white and some dainty colorings, fine pure wooi serges in light and dark greys and wash voiles and crepes In double width, including the balance of our wash goods stock up to All wonderfully cheap at Tuesday's Sale ALL Worth up to Plain colors and fancy effects in light and dark colors. Bell, dome and regu- lar shapes. UNION Worth up to Fine, ribbed knee, sizes up to -10. HOSIERY Worth up to 45c 65c goods, -.vido or tight 25c Boys' clon'ole Ing in black, sizes up to in also boys' and girls' silk lisle ribs up to colors white, iilack, sky, pink and tan. WHITE Oft' Our ehiir'e Stock....... CU Skirts, gowns, coraet covers, 1'rincess Slips, etc., all ineiwifid. Tuesday Bargains IN READY-TO-WEAR We make descriptions brief and words few for a comparison of regular and sale prices tells a story of unusual savings. WASH C7 Qfl Worth up to Voiles and crepes in plain white and dainty col- ored and black and white effects, sizes up to -12. HOUSE CG "JR Worth up to I Ginghams, wash goods, etc., in the plainer tailored effecis, all very cheap. SMALL HOUSE AK Sizes 16, 18, 34 and 36 I Fine quality ginghams up to all washable and splendid fitting. REG. LONG SILK GLOVES In best qualities and all colors I Tomorrow's sale price would not cover the cost of manufacturing these superior quality gloves, the timo has come for quick clearance, and all must go. This lot is the famous "Niagara Maid" make, double tips that are warranted to out-last the uppers; colors sky, pink, tan, grey, champagne, black, black with white stitching, white and white with black stitching. Beautiful qualities and very TURKISH Regular 35c value; each Large size, white or brown, very licavy and splendid to wear. WASH Worth up to 50c........ Voiles, crepes, organdies in floral de- sisns and stripes, also double width white crepe for underwear. 25c 50c RAW Regular 75c value Beautiful quality natural color, 33 ins. wide, very special value. .NEWEST WAISTS Oil' Reg. and J4.00 tU IV All the latest novelties in voiles and crepes, sixes up to 44. RYLANDS CO. Conducting a Real Sale Ministers of nearly all the church- es of" the 'city made reference in their pulpits to the pro luhi ion Ccimpiign which will culmin ate in the voting on Wednesday next. Mr Cobhlcdick of SUM Ken Mr Denoon of changed' pulpits, ,ini! both delivered strong appcils on behalf oi the new liquor au Mr in bt Augustiii's i splen-j din "M jn in which he counselled his heare-s, (o vntc according to the dic- of their own consciences MuMiIlin of St Cyprian's supported Ihc prohihition tampaien in a strong sermon in whiuh he spoke on piohibitor-, laws taking his t-cvt from Pnneihs 6 3i lie ilso referred to the campaign in his evening ser- mon. Cohhledick preached to tin chunh congregation in the morning and rielncred a strong mon m hchali oi their cause He took is Ins Sir Ihit m this business' we have all the wealth.1 He said that the mot mi? inotnci, of the opposi- tion oi those interested in the liquor trilfic to ihe movement of ap plioil Chiistnniti in the form nf pio hihition Under the prelcnt-c oi the solicitude for ilic public welfare the} have niailL thnr appeal in placing ciUh woiris which will not heal cxaninidtion lie urged all lo see (bat their uerp. on li Is uirt to -.ote earh A U Oenoon delitprcrt crmon in church the th'- morning on the Oppor- iiU L He spoke of Ilic opportunity that was before the pcpplc of Al- berta, .saying that no other province 'oi the Dominion had such opportuni- ties, that they should not bo mar- red bj tnc liqtici traffic He describ- .ed the act, and showed what'it would do. JnMhe evening he preached Lon a text- taken from.- the .life' ,of 'Paul 'Lord :wha't 'would i thdu have me Paul was face to face with the great crisis of his life. It is rso wfth-us, he said, rwe are passing' tlirough a'great crisis in our histnrv and will not the same again. He urged that every man should realize his duty .and to use his influence lor good, llcv. A. C, Bryan and Rev. J. B. Francis exchanged pulpits in the morning. Both ministers devoted their time to the "prohibition cause, and delivered addresses urging upon j their hearers the., solemn duty that thev were about to perform Buan pleached in St Andrew's church- in the evening, and his address-WH.s'-alorig -the same lines as the one hi the morning. jUr. Fran- cis also delivered a strong sermon in favor of the act. Canon. M.urrell-Wrlght fast hi the liberU where rtith Christ hath made us not libertx for an occasion to the flesh but sene on" an- othci This the chosen bv Canon "Uurrrll who preached upon the prohibit-on question in St ohurch last evening Canon Muirell did not ad- one side of the question or the other, hut adyised his hearers to iccordmg to the dictates of thnr consciences, and what in God h considered as right are face to 4facc with a ques tion on which there is an honest di .cision of opinion, lit1 said Ibere are manj who { not coiftent with fojregomg the strong drink theinseHes but to laj down this practice ab a for ai-1, herfebi add- inL, a new commandment and ing thf gospel clurtei oi rhns- tian libertv." lie stated arguments- hofJi for and against prohibition and staled that eacli man must ask him- self whether the lawful use of strong drink is expedient and ilia I no man has the-'right to'question another's decision. Canon stat- ed that nothing was evil in .itself that the evil was in the abuse of the thing. He spoke powerfully against ihe teuible o! drink and said that some feel'like trvihg anything, however drastic, in the hope oE erradicating intemperance. Rally on Gait Gardens After the church service last even- ing a large rafy in connection with the prohibition campaign, was held-in Gait Gardens. The Salvation Army "hand furnished the inusic and the speakers worn Rev. D. Ross 'and. iE. It. J. Forster. 'THE THUMBPRINTS" AT .THE. EMPRESS. The head of a gang "of thieves nnd criminals is posing as a count and becomes engaged to the of i banker his engagement being the medus he can work himself into the good graces ot the banl er s prominent friends It is owing to a shoitness of money and the possibji Jtj of the Innl er discovering his identitj that he decides to murdei the tanker take his rob the safe, and leave n finger print .behind that shall thiow the scent of the real mmderer The story that follows, is of intense in- terest This Is to be screens 1 at the Frnpress and tomorrow to getlier with other good pictures. Compr6bsed an haulage been in Geiman coal mines that utilize the exhaust steair from hoisting engines to run the com- presBors. UAGON WHEELS PROTECTED FROBl HEAT hi> eme-mvt heat or the for Section. Wclur. to place ovti tho wheels of Uie artillery Mr. C. .Talntcr, of Tuber, spent the week-end in .the city. Mr. W. K. New-comb lias returned from a vacation, at Miss, Ldllrt of vssinbin bisk is a ginst at the home other uncle, Sir. T. K. Davidson. Mr. Allen .lack, and little daughter left on Saturriavffor Brandon, where they will spend a few days. Emergent meeting .of North Star Lodge No 4 AT in Mabomc hall, tonight, S p.m. Third degree. Visiting brethren welcome. The sections of the Wesley Ladies' Aid" under Mrs. Ketterly and- Mrs Slacey'wili meet for sewing tomor- row aitprnoon in Uie Red Cross .roorhs. Alii1; Lthcl Com be ire bcioic mi; for on was presented with an honor-in membir and till b of the order the Ylcxandei Ualt f liaptcr 1 O I Knowidcn, North Lcthbridge Realty Co. No 7 Pnllii? feubdmsion Lloid John Deere Plow Co L d No fi Polling SubduiFiou Moore, Cth avenue north. N'o. 0 Polling Tro- man. Hardieville. No Pilllnt, C Bupon i! No. 11 .Subdivision H. Crawford, West Lcthbridge. No 13-I'ollmg buhduibion (Bridg- Haningliani Coalhurst 11 Pollina; V AlcCnlloiigh Diamond H Polling Me Nultv. Newlands scbbol. No 15 Polling U Crofts. Couiiuerce. LEO YSTABBE.D. Ga Jnh Af Tiank whose death sentence foi the murder ot-'Mary Phagan recentlyAyaB commuted to life Imprisonment was attacled bv another nnsoner at the state nrison farm beie tonight and seriouslj in lured bv being cut in the throat. Prison officials said the attack on Frank was made b> AVllllam Creen who also is senlnE a life term for murder Frank s recovery is said to be doubtful ________ ARCHDUKE FERDINAND Who is blamed for the recent loss of. 15.000 Austrian troops ,wbich make a Junction with Mackensen's arim f HEIR TO WRECK OF AUSTRIAN THRONE Franr Joseph, heir to the.Aus trian throne, uhotographed from a carnage -while on a tour of inspection of the FTJXERAL OF LIEUT. U AKXEFORD. DARIiNG CANADIAN AVIATOR OFFICER LOSES LEGS Lieut Col Fred Snenth of 53rd Bat tahon Under Tram Toronto Out HlK Col tied Sncrtth, commanding officer of the 1-ilh Battalion Klagara camp while boarding i train at Barrie, fell under the train and both teet were cut off He was a nonjlat olflcer who had risen from ranki a_nd befoie taking of the .bi belonged lo the Sl Photos s at the runeral of W.metord, the flnt rau to down troiu llic daih to death killed Henrv Needh.m, tht. American wr The jihoto a firing final white over the jravc In the toreground mothti1 reUtivei ;