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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JUNE 12.1917. THE U.MLTT PAGE RYLANDS BARGAIN LIST SOMETHING worth coming down town Bargains. You will find these Sfjedais all in plain sight on the counters, with tickets that spell in Big Letters, "S-A-V-I-N-G-S of at least 20 per cent on each article. 'EDNESDA Y is the Last bay of the Big Sample WAIST SALE WE INTENDUJ WINDING UP THE WAIST SALE ON TUESDAY, BUT WE HAVE DECIDED ON ACCOUNT OF THE RAIN ON MON- DAY, WHICH KEPT SO MANY WOMEN AT HOME, TO CONTINUE THE SALE UNTIL WEDNESDAY NIGHT. THE PRICES BELOW SHOULD INTEREST ALL THOSE WHO ARE NEEDING A WAIST .OF ANY KIND. Another fresh lot of fancy stripe voile- waists ad del to this.lot for Ihi) last day of (ho big waist sale. Values up to (1.75. See window display al......... .95 At Ihh price you will find white Jap 511k Waists, with the new collars. Also hundreds ot whlto fancy vollua in uii slies up to 44. Ti.cn aro colored voiles; that arc. so fashionable at present. Values up lo the last'lime tomorrow. An unlimited selection ot dainty Voile that yon would pay from lo 53-51 In other stores. This sample lot we will sell for one day only. Your choice for -1 las Some high grade waists, some hand embroidered: All the very finest of Swiss voile. No two. alike! Sizes principally 33 and 40, with a few 36 and None larger. Your choice of waists worth Lo J3.75 for' T Tnderwear and Hosiery V for Large-sized Women OUTSIZE VESTS AND DRAWERS. Heal Iirgc nnderirear.. [or the stout women: Sizes lo 4S. Wataon'e end Zenith makes. -Finest QualtLy gauzq Irnlt. I'ricea L'' i I ijC i OUTSIZE COMBINATIONS. Gauie knit cotton or lisle wllh Bh'oft or.no sleeves. qualities now In or Priced al 60c, 75c, 55c OUTSIZE lisle hose, real oulslie it 56c pair. Blacl! outsize merccrlzeiJ lisle'with rib lops and silk boot hose, black only at, pair OjC Also only Corset for House Dresses For WedneBday ODlf we are making a special leader ot Ivro different lots of Ladles' Ginghams and prim house dresses In Glzos 56 Thej- iro worlh up; al (oday's prices. In fact you could not bui' the materials right now for J1.19. See Window Display Waists Buy Two for the Price of One RYLANDS CO. DOIi'S.NOT INTEi PLAY Tha young pcoplo o( England carry out the annual festivals and games In war llmo and arc encouraged lo do BO. In the pUolograph lac -May Queen Is being crowned. ___ MILADI 1224-. 5Ir. and -Mrs. A. Wilkinson are In he ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Calgary visiting relatives. -m.-ieslde at 13H lolh SI. S. E. Downing and daughter" Helen, relumed yesterday Irons', a visit Tvitli friends The ladles' aid of IlardleviUe-.'wlll meet at the'home o[ Mrs. Lean. on Thursday Tor P.cd Cross" Be wing. The G. 1- A. will the home Mrs. Dryansj 1210 3rd Avc. A. loulh morrow afternoon.at 2.30 Red The members. ,ot' the.'Major-' Jack oss E. archil urced sow at the Ilcd Cross roomstonight 7.45, as important cueluess-Tfill also discussed, Mr. and Mrs. John. TScCann and ,mlly of Coaldale have taken up their laldencc at 120S Third Avenue south. Mr. and MrB. A. E. Tves and crill- ren, who have been living.on Itelr irm near Wilson Siding; have urned to the cUy ami will reside at 3 lllh street south. On Thursday evening at 'clock In Lhe Conservatory concert lamber, the pupils ot Leo.. M. oomba will appear In a recital, after which an impromptu (lance -will be eld. Mrs. J. G. Harper and Mrs. ,G Leech will he Ihe'palronegses -.of ic evening- A. collection will "be, tnK-' In Rid of the Red Cross Society. nvIJLaLlons may be obtained from [r. Coombs. Tomorrow, afternoon the Slr-Alex- ridei Gait chapter I. Q! D. E., lea al lie Hudson's! Bay is to he In supjiori f 3. hospital under Hie French flag Cursing Corps. Several Canada) urses are working Ihcrc, and tell 4 lory, of a brave work done ijn.dc ryJng circumstances- The cost' 0 rrorlslons In France Is (rightfully .ugmenlcd of lalo and this he difficulties ot the wort.. .There will be special music and decoration; ornorrow and the "committee-' barge arc confident of a generoui esponse. "Tho grand'cliaplcr o[ the otder'o .he Eastern Star meets on June. 2 and, 21 In Edmonlpnj and Till be. at ended hy delegates from' the Varlou chapters throughout Alhcrta. lonor Governor Urett and Mayo Henry o( Edmonton Till give th address of velcornc prior to -j.-.ninE ceremonies lo which, a reply: prill ic given by Staler Mary1 Clenaghan. .of Lcthbrldec. .Follow- tig this, (hero Vlll be a reception for grand .representatives and dlstlu- ;ulahcd guesls, hy (he grand aaaoc-. le matron, Slater Margaret ty Cotter, 16 which' Stslcr E.'it. -Finch; ind rcprcacnlHllve tor Nevada, ijlir _. a reply. The addresa by the- ;rand matron will conclude the ng session. In the evening rates will he entertained nt a recep-. Jon and ball in the Macdonald 6y the RVlmonton chapters. 'rhuriJ ay's will Include 4p auto dc around the city and a vlsH lo Oorernmcnt irousc, (he day lug with a hannuet at llio Corona ho ICf, L' Ycalcrday HOT. C. Tlakcr ot 'hf Tlflp- let church, united In marrfago Mlaa Eva Juallea Brian bolh of Ulhhrldgc. ItAWSOX. May a beautiful c'ddliis wag frbleoinizcd at the Pres- yrerjan "Cow-ley, liy Rev, W. T. John Robertson "colt-was united In marriage lo Miss larguerite Lawson, of Tennessee. 'lie bride appe'arcd handsomely dress- d in rich white- silk. Sncavyas at- endcd by' Mrs: AV. E. Tusllan, and te groom -KvaR'J' attended hy K. AftfiNthc-ccremorly, -the appy coiiplo'lclVon Llie'etcnjng train or Peace Jliverj inhere they inleuil their Tutirq home. RED.-CROSS NOTES Have you. enrolled as a AVodDcstlay led_Crpss In" thc.rooms during he 'summer nfontlia? The names of fforfcers are listed -and. posted eo that he record can be Kept each'WednesdayiThe fourteen dlifer- ent'org-ulzatlona sewing In the rooms are also tho number ot- o.Mhelf. meellngs. Every wp'raan in Lethhrldge who Is not doing Cross sewing' In her home should numbered among those working at .he rooms. Come to morrow and reg- ister.' AUartRlANS USID B.IG GUNS IN CARSO REGION Dctpile Counter-Atucki and Weight of Metal, Itajlana Hold Pcil- tlona Taken. Washington, June Austrian counter-offensive has broken doivn corripleleb'. according lo ofricial ad- ylces received here, lodny, from a inerdber.of Italian, cabinet..-' The positions at'Fnite and Jamlano captured by: Ihe Italians In their of- havci been .successfully held against the extremely heavy conu- tet-atlacks of "the. dis- Pplchea report. J In the Carso aloncr troops and big guns were used hy the Austrlaos their at wedding looV tl Plnchfir' Creek "on Mny 30lli, n-hcn Misa nebccca Wcbatcr, of Curdslon. became unHcd to Gcorgo AlKsoi.'.cf Walerton Lakes, Mra. Myrla Buck bccaiM vlfo of Mr, Charlei Summer? Fl els, of the tmpcrlaJ Oil Co., of Ihfa cliy, last night al WcaLmlmLf.r par- BonagCv J. B. Krwicli perfomlef Wednesday Shop-early Specials at tke "Bay On Sale 8-30 to 1 P.M. Store Remains all Day as Usual' DRY GOODS yards Persian SilUs, M Inches wide. Regular Special Early, yard... (55c NO PHONE ORDERS WASH Tcy. Crepe, 28 wide. Wednes- day morning, yard......... 12c Limit 10 yards to one. customer. NO PHONE ORDERS. RIBBED 1 and 1, black or white. Wednesday morning, Only 2 pairs (o one customer.. NO PHONE ORDERS- Ready-to-Wear p MIDDIES Jn all sizes. All whlto. colored collar and cuffs in navy aud llgbl Uluc. j rjA Special WHITE SILK JAP WAISTS In all sizes. Splendid value. }2.50. i in For 1.78 CORSETS A snap. Kmbroldcry top. G support- ers. J3.00 Tor BRASSIERES In different, designs. Odd sires. Worth II.75. Xow......................, 1.49 69c HOUSEFURN1SHINGS Men's and Boys' Wear I'OROUS KNIT UNDERWEAR Men's fine mercerized combinations. Short, sleeves and three-quarter leg. Sizes 36 to -I 42. RcRular J2.50, Shop Early Special lil 7 59c MEN'S WOKK SHIRTS Lightweight. Assorted uriuts. Shop Early Special BOYS' KHAKI DRILL SHIRTS A. good stout shlrl. AH sizes. Regular Special BOYS'RAINCOATS Sizes 23 to 31. Regular JG.50. Special Sbop Early...................., .4.23 JAPANESE MATS 50 only. Slto 30iT2 Inches. Slenclllcd designs. Regular S5c. Shop Early Srcclnl, each OQ Not moro than two lo a custornt-r OtfC HAG IttJGS 12 only. In green, rose, blue and green. Largo Etzo 31x72 Inches, Fringed ends. Regular Shop Early Special, each JAPANESE RTJGS ]0 only. Size 3i3 yarfls. Fine quallly JAPANESE MATTING ID. blue, green, brown ami plain colors. 36 inches wide. Eslra special, yard LADIES' CANVAS t STRAIGHT LACED BOOTS toe, neat filiing last, with medium weight leather soles anil while leather concave heels. Neat and dressy. Sizes to D Special .4.49 Grocery Department Specials for Wed. Hudion'B-Bay Tea, Good value. Per Ib Black-Pepper i-it-tins Fresh Eggs. Ptr doien Best Granulated Sugar 20 Ibs. Brown -Poison's Corn Flour, 2 Laundry White" Brown Poijdr.'s Ground JA Laundry, Borax And Naplha. 5 cakes for.......... Falrbank's Scouring Soap flea. 10c for----- Royal Crown Cleanser, equal to old Dutch: n J 3 cans............... Z4C White 25c 5c 15c Rice, pkg.......... Put_in a good supply of aoap at pricrs Another ad- vance expet'.td thortly. I Pure Orarjge Marmalade 1 Ib. glasses Home Mide Grapefruit Marmalad-, 4 Ib. jars I DC 25c DARK MILD TO METHODS S ED" I N M ECK L EN BU RC Prisoners Nude Slake, Where They Die of Hunger. Tarts, rla London, June Jl.-.-A mes- sage lo Lhc Matin Irom the Drlllsh froiit says German haired against. the DrlliBh grows and recalls the recent sjieech of Ihe halscr during his visll lo Uouni ond Cambrai, when ho aald: iiiusl be pllilcss lo'lhc ouiouH nation that (s responsible for all our evils. Never again shall we have relations vith such Tho Geiman Jailers observe lo the lollcr Ihe leachlngg ol Ihe IraricrEal Indian British prisoners are forced lo work under, (lie fire of our gung and for Ihe allghlesl peccadillo aro bound lo a slake and deprived of tooil [or whole day. A repatriated French ambulance .worker Bays he buried w'ilh his own hands nt Hie Mechlen-. >urg camp 32 Ilrlllsh who died of 111- realmcnt liungor, flva'auccumb ng at the Btalte; Huch vlcllras are ci't often without sepulchre. The Frenchman also Giles a case where ti surgeon excused '.a' llrillsh, prisoner rom wbrk, bill Lho Keldwcbel, not- this, ordered hlrq to irork V prisoner, on .led- lo R atflkti, nuiie, ,and died dur- ing- Ihe DlscaEo la rampant among the prisoners, And. IhQ Germaris do not .ry lo Blltflaie tho misery..' COAT attractive i model blacV gabcr- niching ng at' the Huch vlcllras' are SAVING OF WASTE MATERIAL Paper, Rajjs and Rubber are Sources of Revenue When Saved by Householders It Is an old axiom thai', "som? pca- ple grow rich on what others Ihrow away." Thla is especially true In re- tard to waste paper, rags and old rub- bers. In llio past year much progress has been mario In the saving of waste pa- per, hut DS yet a tery arnnll propor- tion of this material Is available for reclamation: reports of success In ILIe and, of extensions ot the waste piper collection movemcDt have reached Conservation, ft ml no douhL It bnly loss has been sustained by its dlscon-" llnuaoce. Hags, after thorough dleln- fectlon, arc used for many furpoRe-s. The co Liu n rags are used mostly, in the making of the belter of paper; black stockings, after' being macerated are, used for coloring the" of paper known as granite: Woollen rags arc. mainly used for this ins'KtnE of ahbfljly, a common cnl in woolen goods, ft Is first disin- tegrated; the short1 fibre Is then mix-: ed with new wool of longer fibre again spun Into yarn. Much the portion ol our woollen rags was. Irn-! ported prior lo the but with tho' embargoes on export the supply was cuL ofT; prices of woollen goods therefore greatly advanced. Another discard is old rubber ma-' lerlal. This la valuable, and, by means. Lonservaiiuii, HUH na nuuiiu u oai> lenni. 11113 ia tuiuciDiv, anu, oy ineana. requires Initiative on the part of a few of collecting boxes, Is easily aaredv publlc-Bplrited citizens lo promote a One Institution recently placed at Ua proper collecting schcjoe In many of our munlclpalUSK. Tbe old fashioned rag-fang1 la almost a thing of the past In Canada. True, the Incentive to collecting rags, In the remuneration received for them, was riot.such as lo Im.uco activityJn.tbal dire c I Ion, hut under present conditions wo find that ii considerable economic door a box to receive old rubbers, and, was surprised lo find how soon earned ten dollars by Ibis means. more In aaving the represented wnslc, many more dollars'would-be. avatlablo for war ioans aiiu llio. cost ot living woulil also bo materially re- duced. J CHAMBERLAIN MAY RETIRE FROM G. T. R. Montreal, June .1. Cham- herlaln, prcaliient of tho Grand Trunk" Tiitlwdy. company, baa been granted IhTce rnontha leavo-of absence and u-hun Mrs. Chnmbcrlain, who lias been 111, W travel, bo will leave on an extended' lrlnL ri mllway.. circles this ,g laltcn to moan the coming retirement of Mr. Chamberlain, but no confirmation lg forlhcomlng to thla effect. Mr. Cham- berlain's contract wilh tho Grand Trunk'expired In .May, Rnd there fs belief I hat !ic la not anxious lo con- tinue as hc'rid of tho eystcni. RETL 'VETERAN IS DEAD Winnipeg, Juno C, Knight, onetime head of t'no Winnipeg carnl' ry, and a veteran of Iho 'S5 78. many ye'ahT'lie Ma' Dt9B. SALE OF HIGH-CLASS MILLINERY Assortment of G'ciiuine Imported PANAMA HATS In large flcxlblo.sbapes. Very fine weave. Worth up lo n A great iiiqiiy othpr TRIMMfflV AND IJN- iu all qualities, -.Inrge. white tuilaii: labels. for Wear at greatly itflucwl prices. ;