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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FftirUY. JUNR 29. 1917 umiHIllIHiK JIKRALD PAGE New Things for the at Rylands IFOR THE HOLIDAY YOU WILL NEED SOMETHING NEW TO NO MATTER WHAT YOU HAY NEED YOU WILL FIND IT. j IN OUR STOCK WHICH IS AT ITS BEST RIGHT NOW.NEW WAISTE NEW NECKWEAR, NEW, IN BY i. 200 Brand New Voile Waists These wcru sent to us br Uie largest manufacturer 'of grade vollo and ellk waists ID Canada. Fancy elrlpeJ voiles with largo colored collars, Uaiid embroidered voile vaisle. also biouso styles. j up Georgette Crepe and Crepe de Chine Waists >Vblle Hatulol vlth IftTRC colored Bilk, collars, ercd crcpo do chcuo vvalsla. fancy gcorffctlc In sriorl .designs.J Plain georgettes In all colors.. (o Middy Waists of Every Kind No matter what kind of a middy you arc thinking' about for the holiday snort, jou should it amongst Ibc 20 different styles we have on display. Sly lea for girls, mlescs, and women In ill Blzes. e j; up to Hundreds of Wash Skirts While Hcpp, Pique ami Corduroy Skirts'frbtri1'9 L25 up (o J3-5P, In regular and ntilslzcs, Faucy slrlpcs and r A sport designs from lo.................... O.DU Fancy Silk Stockings 75c tt> largest stock of hosiery In'lho cIlyNwin''be'found al Itylanils. SILK HOSIERY. At, a pair.................................... PURE THREAD SILK. Black, grey or'while, with 1 tjf embroidered clockc at, pair D PLAIN PURE SILK HOSE.. Ribbed tops. Black, white, grey, Palm Beach, pongee, bronze it, pair FANCY STRIPES of all kind, at Novelty Neckwear at Reduced Prices 200'wmrlV pieces o[ dainty geofjcllc oinl crepe de chenc neckwear. There are no two colors'alike. A ranfje Uiat rcnre- over 250 different styles. Bought nl.HALF PRICE, aud sold (o you at HALF PRICE. 1 Silk Gloves Niagara MsUl and Queen Qual- Mly Silk tiJoves.1 WbHo in all j .Blacks G lo only. While I they last rj r (5C Boys' Wash Sails 2.00 Silk and Palm Beach Suits Just the cflrmcrnt lo wear Hiray on your holiday .trip, Ueach Suits arft greatly in vogue, parllcularly tho jili.Op to J1S.OO. A few 425.0H, 530.00" silk Enils' left sport sllfc aulta at 520.00, J25.00 anJ All "cxclualTQ JJ mod el 3. Rylands Co Buster Brown afrltffr Made T. from ninterlnls IhaL arc ,.guar- nnlccd absolutely fast colore. Sizes 3 (o-7 years... Prices M1LAD1 PHONE 1224 Mrs. P. V, Lewi a spending s week ttllL fronds lit Mra. Kasn'orlli will ECTVO tomor- row afternoon at St. Augustlo's Icnnls courls. BlrrJay afternoon the in grade eight of the Central school en- Joyed a picnic at the Experimental farm. i Mr, and Mrs. Whltuey have left on a lo Ontario. Mr. .Whitney, who camc'trom Uio easl llilrly years sgo. Is returning for the first time, TJjo T. T. of the UnltcJ church of Norili -will hold an ke rrcam sorlal on Thursday at Mrs. W. ]j. Wilson's home. avenue norlli. Mr. and Mrs. J. S- KlrKliam cnlcr- lalncil Informally last utght for Mtss MurlL-1 Macleod and Mr. T. H. Me Crcady. whose marriage takes jilacc morning. WeUuesday atlernoon tbe Str ander Gall Chapter, l.O.D.E. were In charge of the lea room at-the llad- soifs Hay for Ihc last lime until Sep- temlicr ns during July and August the store will oe closed on at- ernoona. Mrs. A. G. Baalim and Mrs. G. W. Lcccli, who have been Ihe ore for Ihc month of June as- __cd by Mrs. Rcaiuan, Mrs. McGwire and Mrs. B. B. Hilt. Mrs, Herbert.Goodc anJ Miss Jfar- garct Cootie left today la summer wllh their cousin. Mlsa Rich- ardson, at her convaJosccnl home for relumed soldiers on Rldcau Lake. Mrs. Goodc was joined In Toronto by her sister, Mrs. Howard Adams, and Mr. Adams, of Detroit, who will weeks wllh Miss Thomas Times, The Major Jaefc Ross, ctirlcr, l.O- D.E. served tea> yesterday afternoon at the Palace Ice cream parlor, which was specially decorated lor the occa- sion wild Rags and Ihe colors "of the, chapter, primrose and violet, I.O.D.B- sMeld conspicuous aniohgst the flags. Mrs. D. H. Ellon and Mrs, James Dawson were the rouvenors or the tea and they wera assisted by Mrs, C. F. P. Convhcare, Mrs. Wcstley, Mrs. S. B. JlMtchell and Miss .May, Young, with Mrs. W. H. Holt acting us cash- ier. Instead of giving len per cent, of the proceeds from the sale ol Ice cream and soil drinks .that was prom- Iscd, Ihc proprietors very kindly jjarc the chapter halt the urocceds, which amounted to a considerable sum. The chapter wishes to exoress Its grati- tude to the managcnjenl.of the Palace for Ihelr The Alexander Gait Chapter of Iho .I.O.D.B. acknowledges will, llmnV.o the following pairs nf socks from Central school: Grade Bowman 1, Ruth Galbraith I. Atiastasla Skelth j, Jennie'Ilobcr'ls Jean 'Ingram' Kale Spauldlng 1, Dagmar Sandqulsl EXH1DIVHN WEDNESDAY Record Hciag Made In SpeccK Majority Will Be About 50 jes- terdi; imlnlalned a record In Hllklng [hit will erutjlq dlv.'Mona on I lie Mcoud rcaJIm of. the conKcrlp' tlnn bill to be UM not Itter than Wednesday hcxl. 3 o'clock and iihorlly midnight Ivrclvo On ThuTsfay clfH raemticrs tail their say, making ftveraie'pf 10 Bpccches for two r If tnla rtcprd can be malnUln- c'd It Is Hhcly thai rotlng will come ,the of WcJnM- .rfllrote will be sr. fMrrade'q lor the months hotel. In llllle l.-.fc-n. It RCldOin-becA vcferr'eil to by It .Till rocehc.the iU idlia. and illieV'Llbferala Iroffljlhc MMritlmc prp- T-lnccs, Ontario aM the we'jl. v Tho experts' Uio imcndment will 'be defeated bj- ?t. cant 45 majority aad that the second lng, vhlch isDpported. by ij' Liberals who will vote'lor llie referendum as second choice, will bo'a EOon ifler the divisions are taken and Saturday sltllnEa have alreaity been arranged to commence'on1 Ibe first Saturdaj- In July: SPLENDID EXAMPLE OF A TOKONTO .OFFICER Toronto, June; on fcc- ,.1 coiint of'ago, to offer his perional 'ser- vices, Major Napier" of Toron- to, ,n retired officer of the Imperial J. Grade VII. (Miss Sharman's Muriel lljssoii .4, Margaret Duncan 5. Avril Ulllc 1-. Lillian Ben- nett 2, Ethel Jones 1, Mary HlEinbolq; am 1, Elsie Adams 1, Heta Alrd 1. Thclma Antics 2, Khena SIcQueon II, Cora Cronhhlte I Naomi Grant 1; Ilos- olyn McKfnney 1, Avis Staecy J. Grarte Illrch's Alberti Itutner, Thonipkina 1, Grace Dawstin I, Brtlyn Chafe I.1 Ma- il McAtloo 1, Agnea Ingram 1, !rcd Stonely 1. Grace HehneU I. GraSe McNali's Kathleen Ball 1, Alberta Auilcf 1, Thel- mn Filzpatrlck 1, Marjaret Nivcn 1, Dulclo LhiplnEivcll 1. Janet-Twaddle 2, Annie Gibson 2, Armoir Chlldtrs I, Muriel Higlnbutham 1, Helen Pawden I, Vcrna HoseUo'ii 1, Omlira Hick ura'ue Dunn's Simpson 1, Edith Ball 1, Myrtle Proc- or 1, Vlnnle Burrel 1. Grada Trcnholme'a Doris Ntveri'i Mndolinc Kallirorth Carol Slraker Lillian Knapman 1, La 'Reta Hub- bard 1. Helen Gqlilsleln I, Emma Green Nora Marrs (Miss Nlraraons' Eslher Hum lin' 1, Jack Jarvla 1. Gilbert .Mnrrell- t'iddes.l. Altrcd'Snlll van I, Willie Mclvln 1, JIa'lllc Parry 1; .Margaret Williamson I, Fow- lir 1, .Emn Frp'm Sept. ISlS'lb Juno 1911 Muriel Hyssop knitted. Sit' pairs, 'Hn'eni; Mctlucen'" If HtBrgaret Duncan '9 an's and Jean 'Ingrnm 15 Lillian Pror-'or- 12 pairs, (Grade On'Wednesday nibrnlnR ai 8 o'clock an interesting weeding took at the chapel of St.. Patrick's charchj when Rev. Father, MoCaffrey Jn marriage an, daughter of Mr. and! known old-llmer.i ol'lne Lclhbrldge district, and Mr. John E. Marlon] formerly of 'Prlncft Albert, who his recently from hnring gone overseas crmy, some time forwarded direct to his niajoaly the king, to bo ueert for jfila.majos- ly might deem tncrat IttltitiM.iflif, flrat HOTTH or (his ofipitrioU gcne.roslty reafchirt'the'tlLryestferda in n cable from Lanrioii tnnnonctnE (he following alldcAlfem of- two nnd Gar- iers; two ponnili to the Nuno homo; ono (houfind ftounds (t> the tnousnKd iiouids'lo Uio Ur home f6r'n In bill. Sir cloatsl nltltlon will be ...referendum Auxiliary conannptlon hoapl lal; five hundred poundB. (6 the prfa ohcm of wnr. dihdj Iwb thouaand poiindg for Orthopedic (rttalftcht tw6 (housanrl pounrf4 ircitmen of ticnf GoldterH; nctdlfton to Ihe tffl to his MnjoV Kecfer assigned, hh on tho-Btj tan's hoalcl for, blinded noldicrs and saJJors. f Keefcr.had a rcry. proinlnonl mllftftry cflrcor carjeon -In the In il Ian medical aervlca, a native of Toronto. as a Corpnrp! In ihn 5Srd Lmllallon, and who Is now A dispatcher with the C.P. R. Mr. and Mrs.-Marlon aro Jiving: In the Victoria Mansion-0. gain her strength with bounds and be- como mightier and more fqrniidabfe than Mr. Lloyd George caM In ttldrdfls at- "All hough Ihesc distractions had tho trecl of postponlne .complete victory, ''they nwdc more sore thiri more complete lhan rvor, IB more Imporlant, '.they made surer than ovtr tho quality of the Remember the 'New. Ed.'wm tlon HccEtal In (he Y. M. C, for the HOLIDAY SPECIALSlorl SATURDAY at the "BAY" The Store closed Monday, Dominion Day, July 2nd SEE THESE MEN'S CLOTHING SPECIALS AT THE "BAY" Saturday MEN'S WHEW AND WOltSTEI) In o variety ot shades. All Hepikr 1O QC {1S.OO lo Special, sull MEN'S XEGLlGEE-SlUitTSJ.V'; 1 Ncal Blrliics. sotl culls and Collars.., AUo stiff QQ cuffs. Regular SI 50. Special 93V MEN'S FOUIl-IX-HANI> NECKTIKS.. Ileeillar I" tenO each. ftrt 3 Notice to Our Dining Room Patrons WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE THAT ON AND AFTER JULY 3RD, AND UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE v Cold and Light Luncheon WILL BE SERVED IN OUH DINING ROOM BETWEEN THE SERVICE WILL BE A LA CARTE, SPECIAL MENUS WILL BE PRE- PARED FROM WHICH SELECT A DAINTY LUNCHEONS THIS INNOVATION WILL NO DOUBT PROVE VERY POPULAR DURING THE HOT WEATHER. Dainty Afternoon Tea WILL BE SERVED AS USUAL IN OUR NEWLY RENOVATED TEA ROOM TO THE HOLIDAY ACCESSORIjES; FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN LADIES' CIIAMCiiSETTE .'Black i or white, also Grllte'n Imitation cbamols gloves. Mlilte, natural or- black. 514'lo 8. Specially 1 'AA per'palr........................'.. kAYSER sFLK GLOVES r: Made In Canadi licst quality Italian Ellk% while, black, pearl and Plain colors, to per pair... Same mafce in heavier iiuulity, IlpfC contrasting colored frill. D LADIES'SILK I500T All colors, SK-'lo W. Per pair 50c LADIES' BEST QUALITY TSILK BOOT Die range colors. to 1C. Ver pair 1 Art l.UU NIAGARA MAID KAY- SER GLOVE SILK All colors, SiS to 10. I'cr pair o r A {2.00 anil it.JV CHILDREN'S MERCERIZ- ED White with colored band at top and rolled double elastic lops Iliat really Blay Oft- up. All sizes, 4 lo S. Per pair JVC II IvMSTri'CIIIiP HAND- Best qualJIy of Lawn, LADIES' S Neat' and durable.50 only to chooee frovu- No two alike. DKIdcd in lots for' easy selling. {2.00, ?1.50, 51.00" arid METAL BELTS.OR AIL ihc Each r Oxoflizcd. iof PONGEi: MIDDY SUITS bargain soe Inls line. Trimnied nith sWped cojrfsad-cijH Worth SB.OO. SPLENDID VALUE IN A CHEAP .Strong coutll, hoa.e supporters. Regular J1.25. rjnf CHILpKEN'S PRINT AND GING- HAM DRESSES Special CO- 33C jCREPK KIMONAS In [lowered effects. All colors. Value rQ Special..............................'...'...... H you have not already WKite Cany as Shoes j, Jo so on Jay, and Kave eorpfort on Indies' White CanyaK'Bbots: High top, straight laced, with while" rubber sole ami rulilier. leather solo and concave heel. t.AQ- Vlile fitting. Ladies' White Poplili iiflwts1 High lop. straight laced, with white leather sole anil heel. A vcrj- r dressr boot. Special heel. All sizes. Special' Boys' sknd colore'i canvas shoSs leather sole, heel ami toe cap. Sizes 11 to ]3. Special 'same-as above In alies-.l to 5. Children's T .Mcii'S aim Ladies' ti.S Shoes, all sizes and Sizcl B to SiJtl 11 to 2 FURNISHINGS FOR THE HOME ON SALE SATURDAY nEAKTIJ BUGS Size Oriental rntlcrns, mostly soil green shades. Heavy quality tapeal- Tft: English rjnke.' Special FRINGED DOOR MATS'.. Sizo 12x30. Stencilled design's. PQ Special, .each Poar iieejt} o'l this .rjuallly English Tftpestry; lTbu qtialUy 'is almost unpro- L curable. il7 liches jrlde. Rich patlerna. Special, yard Curtains, draperies, win- dow shades, brass 'rods. We excel in quality, variety and price. Our vast assortment of Axiniiwter, Brus- sels and Tapestry rugs are unsurpassed and finest qualities including British. Canadian and American inajiesyi'he prices will con- our special values. VELVET RUGS filch colorings. Size Special 6.JS INLAID LINOLEUMS Printed linoleums, floar oilcloths, oilcloths anil passage linoleums. See our pailcrng. Specials in Candies Crystal Rofh, Koriiiai; Kjsses, Cream WaiiHits, Cocoamits, T Chocolate Creains, Caramels, Biitt.ei- (jieins, Mint Kisses, Peppermint umbiigSj Peamickle, Fig Cold Jelliefli, Honey Coiub IRock, Stylish Bon Bohsy Fairy HeariK, Boston Baked Cocoa Perfections, Jelly Beans, Biitter Scotch .Sqiiarcs, May Cherries, Canilied Pea'ches and Bits. YOUK CHOICE, POIIND Allied Flag Trophies for attaching the hood of f THE GROCERY DEfiRTMEiT HERE 19 YOUR OPPORTUNITY. TEA'AT' ALMOST THE WHOLESALE COST OF TODAY. BUY'AT THESE PRICES, ALL TEAS TO ADVANCE SHORtLY. KudMn't Bgiy Tei, market value market value, No. HlKlton't Biy f'ta, miriiet value, No. oDC Hudon'l Bay Tea, markrt vilirt, i AA I, l.UU Hudion't lay-Tea, market value j i No, 1, Bay market value Sundrlerf Japan Tea. 1 Ib. pkg. Special, package George Washlngtin's large tlni. Regular II. 10, Special Shelled Walnuti, Special Per Ib..................... Best Oranulaled Sugar. Special, 20 Canned Pineapple. Special Pertin Evaporated Milk. 2 cant i.... Carnation Evaporated Milk 2 Rilclnt, Sptcjal 15c 25c 35c lOc Tuna Fllh. Per tin SPECIAL TEA SALE ON SATURDAY 45c 1.00 50c 15c PICNIC SUPPLIES FBE9H Bin'anrn, Orangtl, LemJni, Mt'leni >nd Ripe TomalMi. !CANNED Beef, Ginned Chklito, Corh... Xobilcr, Mutton, Potted Bloat- Salmon arid park and ;'f BOTTLE 1 -Ratp. ,.Uirie VVIiltr Oranjtade.. W 21; ;