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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JUNK. 1910 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVF.M RYLANDS CO. HOSIERY and UNDERWEAR SPECIALISTS RYLANDS CO. HOSIERY and UNDERWEAR SPECIALISTS RYLANDS CO. MONSTER HOSIERY UNDEi WEAR SALE An Extraordinary Selling Event, Surpassing Anything of Its Kind Ever Held in This City. Worth V Factory Samples, in Hosiery and Underwear to Be Sold at About HALF the Regular Price. SALE STARTS THURSDAY, JUNE 15th, CONTINUING FOR THREE DAYS If You're Wise You'll Stock Up Enough Hosiery to Last You for a Whole Year Move Hosiery in this sale than some stores sell in ail entire season. Every known kind of hosiery in unlinHteii variety, u s.-ile in which one- may seek and find what is most wanted at a, low price. Be tliem by the all you. can up for a whole year to come. Cotton Hose tidies Seamless Black Hosu, also grey. Ingrain hose sizes to 10, regular value up to liOc, for Lisle Hose Ladies'- Black Lislo Thread, al- so Maco Cotton, regu- lar 30 and 35c. On sale at.............. White Hose Ladies' "Dixie Land" brand, white cotton stockings, full 'Me. and 2Sc. fushioned, no seams, for Silk Hose Women's Fibre Silk Boot Hose, Lisle Tops, of a 50c line, black white for............. Silk Hose Women's white, grey, pink, sky. black fibre silk boot hose, seconds and sam- worth to 75cfor 19c Hose hose, tun, -sky, plhk.'liiackiislo thread aiia mercerized cottoii SOc and Outsize Hose 25c Real outsize uAIaco cotton hose, black only, with natur- al color foot, -10c. value for Fibre Silk Bhick Fibro Silk Rose, the kind that will wear, values to 90c, at this sale Col'd Silk All Fibre Silk Stockings, colors palm beach, sky, pink, Pongee, etc., our reg. 41.25 quality tor Thread Silk Puro .Thread Silk. Stockings, in black only, deep, u ntyel top, worth. on sule. Fancy Stripes Zebra Stripe Stockings, black white, '.or white and black stripes, very A special '_ FancySHE Many odd lintis of fancy: silk worth as: p-u .high as 51.25. On sale! at Boys' Hose Boys' Black Cotton Stockings, odd lines and sines, Mock Rib and other Hues, 25e, SOc pr. Boys' Hose Ify Pal and Drummer Boy, two well known American stockings for boys, all sixes................ Girls' Hose Girls' Mercerized Lisle Stock- ings, in pink, sky. white, tan or black, all sizes to special Child's Socks .Pink and sky only, fine cotton seamless, odd lines and sizes, 2 pairs for "Cutie" Socks! American made socka with turn- over tops, white with fancy top, sizes up to 814, a pair............ Silk Socks Pale .and'white "Silk'. Socks for children, .not every sizes, excellent value at FAQTS ABOUT THIS SALE THIS IS A SALE ENTIRELY OUT OF THE ORDINARY. NOT A FEW LINES OF RE- GULAR GOODS MARKED DOWN A FEW CENTS, BUT A SPECIAL PURCHASE OF OVER WORTH OF HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR BOUGHT AT AN OPPOR- TUNE TIME AT AWAY BELOW THE PRESENT FACTORY PRICES. ODD LINES, OVERMAKES, AND FACTORY SAMPLES, GROUPED AT PRICES THAT WILL LONG BE REMEM- OF THE LINES ON SALE HAVE-" EVER BEEN OFFERED BEFORE, AND. THE PRICES SHOULD CLEAR OUT THE ENTIRE LOT BEFORE SATURDAY NIGHT. WE STAKE OUR fiEPUTATION ON THE QUALITY, THE QUANTITY THE PRICES. IT'S UP TO YOU. Bargains for Men MEN'S SOCKS, fine black inaco cotton, seamless, regular 20c. While (hey last, 2 pair for MEN'S lisle in black, white, tan, regular 3oc. On nn sale., 5 pairs; for M) MEN'S UNDERWEAR, fine Egyptian'shirt or drawers, extra fine quality, 36 to 40rsize MEN'S COMBINATIONS, white drop stitch balbriggan, short sleeve, knee Qp length. On salejmcli COMBINATIONS, ankle short sleeve, tine natural color Vfcp balbriggan. BOYS' .DRAWERS, odd lines and sizes, '-.clearing-out the balance of these balbriggan drawers for Underwear Bargains for Buy a Season's Supply, and Save Half Over 1000 pieces of Hummer Underwear in Ihis garment on sale at half the price we would have to sell them for if bought at to- day's prices. Underwear for the whole family in every size, i style, quality and finish. Take our word for never sold at prices like these before, in this or any other store in Lethbridge, Cotton Vests A limited quantity of Cotton Vests, with short or no sleeves, on sale each 1 lip Cotton Vests 39c Here is a group of Vests that we would sell for 25c if bought and sold in the regu- lar way. All kinds, your choice........., 15c Lisle Vests Choose from over 30 different kinds of lisle vests, some have deep crochet yokes, others ribbon and iace trim, values up to 50c, Silk Lisle Vests Some.of the finest vests we have ever shown, even at 75c, will be on sale in this lot, plain and fancy trimmed silk lisle and silk sale price Long SI've Vests Odd lines of half sleeve, long sleeve and; no sleeve vests, me- dium cotton, re- gular to 75c, Fancy Vests 1 A C unify cut, porous knit, fancy lace yoke, cotton and lisle vests, every style, reg. value for Combinations Ladies' Knit Cotton Combina- tions, lace trimmed knee, short or no sleeve, regular values up to 60c for Combinations Ladies' Fine Knit Cotton Com- binations, some "Cunify Cut" porous etc., tight or wide knees, values up to Sac, for Combinations This lot comprises every known kind of summer; combinations, some are silk lisle with elaborate lace trim, values up to for Combinations Fancy and plain styles, in finest quality of silk lisle and Maco cotton, values in this PVA lot up to 11.40, On sale at Knit C. Covers A limited quantity .of Ladies', knitted cotton corset A A' covers, sizes 30, 3S, on-, ly. Teg. SOc. On sale for Knit Drawers A sample lot of gauze knit drawers, so slightly soiled in factory values up to SOc, all styles. Oti sale at O. C'binations Choose from over 50 combina- tions, in every, style. These ara extra large and well made. value for O. S. Vests Another bargain for largo wo- men, fine thread vests, with short or no sleeves, values up for ........L... Child's Vests One big lot of Girls' Knitted Vesta; short sleeves, etc., values up to 25c, ou sale Drawers Children's Gauze Knit Drawers, lace trim at knee, or on tight knee, black or white, all sizes, on sale Child's Comb'ns Girls' fiue Cotton Combinations, some tight knee, but mostly wide nearly size -in this lot, values up to 60c, for 25c Another Instance of Economy That This Busy Store Provides RYLANDS CO. Another One of Our Well Known Quick Action, Spot Cash Sales. Lethbridge people will regret to hear of the death in action of Sergt. Percy Scarth who went to tbo front from Sberbrooke, Quebec. The inti- mation is contained in a paper re- ceived by Secretary Hay the board J of trade trom Sherbrooke. fj RED CROSS NOTES (Report from May 3rd to May 31st) Notwithstanding the fact that many of the Red Cross workers had various other demands on their time during the month of May, a total; of 629 ar- ticles were, made. The report is as ,Art Needlework "Washbropk: 1G day shires, 19 surgical shirts, 6 pyjamas, 6 bed jackets, 7 bed- side pockets; W. C. T. TJ.: 5 day shirts, 3 surgical. shirts, 1 pyjamas, .2 uiany-tailed bandages; White School District: 2 day shirts; Sorosis Society of Crystal Lake: 5, many-tailed ban- dages. A total of IOC garments have been finished that is, with the buttons, button, tape for neck size and Red Cross tags, in the homes of Mrs. Davidson, Mrs. Hanly, Mrs. Hodge- kins, Mrs. Ilolberton, Mrs. Holbroolc, P'CaSe remember tlwt Red oms are open every afternoon and G handkerchiefs, 4 fomentation wring- resided at the Y.M.G.A. for over two years. After 'leaving Lethbridge he returned 40 -his' home, at 'Le'nnoxville, Quebec, where he enlisted" with'' the Mounted Rifles and aecond contingent. went with the No fewer than 130 school districts were opened in last year, the total now being declares Hon. Mr. lloyle, minister of Education. Your Spring House- Cleaning should not be confined to beating rugs and scrubbing floors. Clean out the accumulated "toxins" that come from heavy Winter foods that clog the liver and lower the muscular tone and vitality of .the body. Eat Shredded Wheat Biscuit with' fresh berries or other fruits arid green'; vegetables. Get back toNatunC ded Wheat will bring the bounding bouyahcy of new life and vigor. Contains all the goodness of the whole wheat grain made digestible by steam-cooking, shredding Nothing so strengththing, healthful and satisfying. Delicious for any meal. Easily-prepared. 'Made in Canada. ers; Mrs. Devine: 2'pjrjamas; Eastern Star: 3 surgical shirts, 1 pyjamas, 1 bed jacket, 12 T bandages; S many- tnilccMiandnges; the G. L''A.: 1 day shirt, 2 surgical shirts, '4% pyjamas, 9 helpless shirts, 1% pairs surgical stockings, 4 T bandages, many-tailed bandages; Greon: 48 .handker- chiefs, 10 slings; HardievIUe; .9 day shirts, 4 surgical shirts, 2 bed jackets, 6 icebag covers, 2 helpless shirts. 6 T bandages, 4 many-tailed bandages; Mrs. Harvey: 10 surgical shirts; Mrs. Harrou stitched 12 'helpless shirts; Knox Aid: 3 day 11 surgical shirts, '2... helpless shirts, stitched 2 helpless 3 T ban- dages, 1 'many- tailed bandage; Latter Day Saints; 14 day shifts, ft, surgical shirts, "4. pyjamas, fi bed .jackets, 5 icebag covers, 2 helpless. shfrta; Mrs. Loomis: 3 day. shirts; Wesley Ladies' 1 day shirt, 2 surgical shirts, 1 urivate property fi T 3 many-tailed, bandages; Pearl Seek- 1 era Class of Knox: handwork on 1 St. Augustiifa W. A.-: 1 surgical shirt, 1 surgeon's coat, T bandages; St. Cyprian's W. A.; day shirts, .17 surgical shirts, py- lamas, 1 bed jacket, 10 icebag covers, 1 bedside cover, 5 fomentation wring- ers, 2 T bandages, J many-tailed ban- lage; St. -Patrick's Ladies' Aid: 2 day shirts, 1 surgical shirt, 2 .pyjamas, 2 ied 35 T baiidogos, fi many- ailed bandages; the" Teachers 8 sur- gical 2 pyjamas, 11 icebag cov- ers, 2 helpless shirts, i pair surgical stockings, 6 many- ailed bandages'; Mrs, Hugh Taylor: 4 surgicii! shirts, 2 pyjamas; Mrs. The cveiy-purpose-soap where health is a prime consideration For the toilet and the bath Lifebuoy Soap is unexcelled. Its velvety lather soothes and cleanses while its mild carbolic solution is a wonder- ful health-preserving agent. The slight carbolic odor vanishes quickly after use. PHONE 1224 Miss Nan Grier of Macleod is th guest of Snpt. arid Mrs. Pennefather at the Barracks. Air. "Forster, Lethbridge, spent tin week-end with his cousin, airs. F. G Forster, S9th Bill letin. The regular monthly meeting of the Central W. C. T. U. will be held to morrow at 3.30 in the Wesley ladies parlor. All members are asked to be present. The regular monthly meeting of the Alexander Gait chapter, I. p. D. E. will be held tomorrow at 3.30 in the Y. M. C. A. The executive will meet at 2i30 and the regent requests a fuli attendance. Mrs.-. Gordon Wright of London I Out., Dominion president of the W. C. JT. U., who is speaking tonight hi Wes- "ley hall, is the of Itev. G. H. and Mrs. Cobbledick. Mrs. Wright spoke at Claresholm last night to very enthusiastic audience. A meeting of the W. M. S. of Knox church was held last, evening in the school room, when Mrs. Chas. Mo- Killop gave a splendid address on of the W. M. S." Two interesting papers on "Ruthenian Schools and Homes" and "The Work of the Home Helpers were read by Miss Jephson and Mrs. A. M, Grigg. June being the month for weddings and .therefore of wedding anniversa- ries, the following list of what each anniversary is symbolic of Is interest- ing to many who are thinking of cele- brating nn anniversary this month: First, cotton; second, paper; third, eather; fourth, fruit and flowers; fifth, wooden; sixth, sugar; seventh, woollen; eighth, India rubber; ninth, willow; tenth, tin: eleventh, steel; twelfth, linen, thirteenth, lace; four- fifteenth, crystal; twen- China; twenty-fifth, tieth, ruby; golden; seventy- iifth, diamond. Several matters of interest to wo- men of Alberta were up for considera- tion at the first meeting of the wo- men's provincial law committee of, the Local Council of Women, held in Cal- gary Tuesday. Four were questions which will be affected by provincial legislation. Briefly summarized peti- tions, to the legislature will ask for: (1) Equal property rights for the wife in her husband's estate; (2) eaual parental rights, giving the mother a claim in every way equal to that al- ready possessed by the father; (3) mothers' pensions that the mother, widowed or destitute, may be allowed an existence at home with her chil- dren; (4) legislation requiring that all venereal diseases may be consider- ed aiid treated the same as contagious and infectious diseases are now un- der the contagious diseases act. The one petition which will go to the fed- eral house asks that as a means to- wards the elimination of red light dis- tricts in cities in the' province land- lords may be made responsible for the letting of their houses. Mrs. B. N. Higinbotham. president of the Lethbridge Local Council, is a member of this committee and was in attendance at the meeting. 'Sapper Herbert Foloy, No. 11 Field Company, 4th division, Canadian En- gineers, enlisted- January 16tli, report- ed wounded in Ottawa list, June 13th, went from Lethbridge. He was fore- man of the irrigation branch, at Leth- bridge of the 'department of natural resources, C. P. R. He is a native of New Brunswick. HON. J. J. FOY DEAD Toronto, June J. J. Foy, minister without portfolio in the. pro- vincial government, died this afternoon. His death was sudden, ihough not unexpected. He had' been suffering from hardening of the arter- He wad born at Toronto in 1847. In February, 1905, he became commis- sioner of crown lands in the Whitney government and attorney general shortly resigning this port- folio about two years ago owing to 'ailing health. Some Fear Disaster if Church Union Pressed Winnipeg, June debate on church union was resumed with very ;reat vigor at the opening of the gen- eral assembly here this morning in the presence of commissioners and other inditors who filled the auditorium On opening, Dr. Forest and Dr. Mur- ray moved that a Vote be taken not ater than 11 o'clock, and C. S. Mac- donald and Dr. Scott moved that the vote be taken at once. The amend- nent prevailed and the body proceed- ed to vote on a question as between the proposition laid before the as- sembly by Principal Falconer and Alajor Pringle in favor of Church Un- on in a than that favored by the church union report. The vote was then taken, the first n the assembly; on the .direct and resulted inra victory for hat causa For DtV'FaJQpftpr'a motion 383; Tor the After the first decisive vote in favor of union, Professor Ballantyne, of Knox College, Toronto, Ont., and Rev. Dr. Herridge of Ottawa, presented a new motion advising delay. Professor Ballantyne said that' he feared a great disaster if the union.cauae was pressed. He suggested that' union should be declared the settled policy of the church and that the other churches iii the meantime should be invited to take part In a closer co- operation. Professor Ballantyne also express; etl the fear that if union passed, Knox College with an endowment of 000 might be lost. The debate on, this amendment-was continued until the hour of noon. President Murray Saskatchewan, former President Forest of DaJhouBte, the Rev. J. D. Byrnes, superintendent of .missions at North Bay, and a num- ber, of others delivered addresses i The second, vote was taken at noon APPLES, ORANGES, FIGS ANDJRK Are The Four Fruits Used in Making "Fruit-a-tives is the only medicine in the world that is made from the juices of fresh ripe fruits. Thus, it is manifestly unfair to say, "I. won't take Fruit-a-tives because I have" tried other remedies and they did me no On the other hand, the fact that "Fruit-a-tites" is entirely different from any other preparation in the is j ust why you should give it a fair trial, in any trouble of the Stomach, Lher, or Skin, "Fruit a- is composed of the adi ve principle of fruit and ihe greatest nene ionii, eter discovered. SOc. a box, 6 for trial' size, 25c. At all dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit a Limited, and resulted in a two to "ofie" major' ity for union, the figures being 339 to 170. The fact, that-two well known leaders 'amendment re- sulted in a larger jrote than on the first division, when the minority were voted down more -three to one WHEN USING x WILSON'S X FLY PADS RtAD DIRECT CAREFUU :_. rouDW man effective Catchers. Clean to Dniggistiami ;