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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGi "'DAILY IIERAID FRlpA.Y, MAY 1, 1911 Co., Specialist in CorieU, and Underwear Saturday tb be a Wonderful Bargain Day Read Every Item Every item listed here means a saving of at least 20 per cent to you. Why not do your shopping at Rylands' on Saturday arid save the difference for something else. 2 Pairs Maco Cotton Hose I-adies' Hose sold regu: rly at be on sale Saturday 2 pairs lor 35c. Black only.- Extra quality Egyptian. Moco Cotton, sizes SH to 10. Corset Covers M worth 90 ds. JU Lace and Embroidery trimmed Corset Covers, all new ihis sea- son. T3iis is a small sample lot worth, up to 90c that should sell 'out early in the day. Fine Gauze Combinations Just fine thread Combination at 35c. Lace 36 size :-ea! bargain good for Saturday only. Buy enough for 'the season. WideFl'nctng Embroideries Another snap in wide Swiss Flouncing Embroidery, just the right >viuth for girls' dresses. Here is a chance to buy floimc- inga worth up to.TSc. AH at one price, 25c a yard, nrP 1 Oof our best OCH 03 Hair Nets for L0 The famous ROYA1, THREE STA.R Hair Xets. all shades, with and without elastic, rosu- lar 5c. Tomorrow exactly half price. The quantity is limited. Lisle Gloves, Now Extra Quality white or black Lisle Gloves, 2 domes at wrist, ou sale for Saturday at this very low price. AH sizes. Another Bargain in Ladies' Spring Suits This tims we'will inctode every Suit in the store worth up to Absolutely" no rwene. Materials are' tweeds and serges; made up m smart plaiti'tailored styles, sizes 32 to 40, New Fancy Goats also Sport Coats on Sale Tea only the balance of Costs that -were marked J13.50 to AH neir tie .pact month, sizes are 34, 36 and 3S only.' Make ran -selection. No ttro coats alike. A Chance to buy D. A. Corsets, half price 95C Another Corset bargain just when -you will be needing a new time we "offer you a corse_t sold in most stores for 31.75 Tops trimmed, 6 elastic hose supports, best American coutil. sizes IS to "6, a bargain. Warner's Double Skirt Corsets Warner's Rust Proof Corse.' pair a pair of thi new 'double skirt' Warners that TVR will have on sale for to- morrow-only. Every size up to 2S, al u aew 'double Bring your boys and girls down to Rylands' "Little Wash Suits and Shirt Waists For Boys Combinations at 40c The new season's stock of "Irtttie Prince" Suits and- Blouse Waists 'for'boys lias arrived, and embraces all the'best styles from New York City. We suow 10 exclusive and new styles in white, plain shades and mixed effects sizes to Girls' "Vests atV20 and 25c, with short sleeves, also two lines of combinations, Bal- briggan no sleeve and umbrella knee, and a rib cotton combina- tion, taped waist, tight knee, all sizes, 35c to 50c. Children's Gloves 25c Odd Tweed Pants 75c Suede Gloves 35c Eng. Worsted Jerseys "LITTLE PRINCE" SUITS AND WAISTS .A great combination tor the outdoor strong pair of Tweed Bloomer Pants, and a hard wearing English Worsted Jersey; colors red, tan and navy, ali eizes Qa'trt 14 yeara in stock. School Hose at 20c The kind that strong ribbed cotton. Xothing to equal our "Soy's Regular 25c to 36c. All sizes. f Gua's "White Lisle Gloves, 3 to 6 size, also a line of natural shade Chamoisette, two extra specials for Saturday, 25c and 35o a pair. Child's Straw Hats from 50c to 125 .-V collection of StraH" Hats for the kiddies, that for style and quality cannot be equalled in the city. The prices are aboiu half what you pay ordinarily. Rylands Co. THE BUSY STORE CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Blk. Extraordinary Bargains Saturday A double-header tomorrow, combining all the wonderful savings of this mid-season sale a dozen or more freeh contributions specially featured for our regular week-end.sale, making it, beyond a doubt, the most Interesting bargain day of the entire season. Uthbritigc women have been quick to realize the Importance of these special saving events and If they respond to these often as we know they will, tomorrow will see a splendid finish to a particularly 'successful sale and a big beginning for the new month.' ITEM'S LISTED HERE ARE ONLY REPRESENTATIVE OF SCORES OF OTHER EQUALLY ATTRACTIVE SAVINGS THAT SPACE DOES NOT PERMIT MENTION OF IN THIS ISSUE. Saturday Wash Goods Sale 25c Worth up to 45c IvOvely fine qualities in Crepes aiut Voiles comprising; a specially purchased let in plain colors, stripes and floral de- signs. Just the kind of goods you most require for summer dresses at about half what you usually pay. Siik and Dress Goods Sale 75c Worth up ,to Yard width Messelahiee, Silk Brocades and flno Sill: f'vepes in a complete range oC all -the wanted colors, jiartic- ulavly. suitable for present stylo dresses, skirts and These goods are all of standard quality and cannot be pur- chased in any store at less than and per GLOVES Regular 50c values White and natural colors, all sizes. 35c 95c Perfect fitting models in al! sizes. CORSET SALE V Regular values HOSIERY SALE 1 Regular 35c values I 2V Fine ribbed goods in all sizes. SILK LISLE HOSE Regular 50o value wiiite and tan, very line Quality SILK HOSE RRft Regular value........ Estra lisavy weight, black, white and tan. Greatest. Saving of the Season in est Ready-to-Wear New- SUIT SALE Worth up to Navy serges and Bed- fords as well as'.llgut col- ors. SUIT SALE" Worth up to Latest novelties of t'he season. SATIN UNDERSKIRTS Regular Extra fine satin in all the colors. COAT SALE Worth up to "N'eiv Cutaway stylos, in light and (lark colors. GbAT SALE Worth up to All regular extra large women's sizes. DRESS SALE. Worth up to .Vesselaine Silks nnd new cloth garments. WASH CREPES 1 Worth up to 30c ...........1.1 ifV V.'hite and all plain colors, light and darir. CREPES AND WASH GOODS Worth up to 60c A lovely collection in all the wanted colors. WOOL'DRESS GOODS Worth up to 75c Plaids and pure wool tnl'feUts, all colors. HOUSE DRESSES 7C Worth up to Vith the (13- uai certtnonies the Provincial legis- lature was prorogued this, afternoon. The speech from the Throne thanked the members and referred to the dif- ferent bills enacted into law. Most people would benefited by the occa- sional use of laxatives Manyberries People Implicated of Most Interesting Cases on Docket The ease of perjury against Peler Blair, of Jtanybtrrics, is proceeding in 'the Supreme Court, with C. F. P. Cony-beare, K.C., Crown prosecutor, and R. A. Smith for the defence. The action is the Jesuit of a trial on March 21, 1013, before Jlr, Jus- tice Walsh, when accused is charged with committing perjury in order to secure advantage to himself, and to prot-cct himself from paying a debt Ho A. R. Marchessault. To secure. 'money from the said A. R. Miirchcs- sault and to entitle himself lo the same be swore a false statement. Marchessault is a storekeeper in Manyberries, and had dealinr; with accused, and sold him a large quan- tity of goods on credit to the amount of.MSO. lie asked Blair for chattel mortgage as security. Blair was doing work for hauling freight, and had a contra ac- count against him. .Blair issued a writ ciaiiriini; a sum; of money from the storekeeper. At .the trial Hat- chessau.lt was not present, and on IJlair swearing that he indebted to him for certain amount of mon- eys, and that at the time he had the mortgage be really did not owe 5Iar- ohrssaiill. one cent, he secured judg- ment against Marchessau.il for A motion was made on behalf of i Marchinsaull for setting aside judg- ment nnd re-openiiig the case. At the subsequent trial on Nov. 24, 1913, before Mr. Stuart, Blair's previous action was dismissed with cos'ls and also his counterclaim, and proceedings for perjury followed The jurors arc W. Williams, O. M. Hutch, J. Uickwdl, 0. W. Cook, o. and R. A. Van Orman. Ladies'are Invited to visit our Store ON SA TURD A Y, MA Y 2nd when we are having a COOKING AND BAKING DEMONSTRATION ON A "PERFECTION" COAL OIL Housewives are invited to call and see our demon- strator do efficient and economical work with this stove Hick-Sehl Hardware Co Third Avenue South ;