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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE 'ITS THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY IHSRALD THURSDAY. MAY 2, 1018 Open Until 9.30 on Saturday Evening RYLANDS & O AN Interesting Line of Merchandise that will make Week-end Selling Lively at the Bmy Corner Store Our Suits Are Priced for Quick Disposal NOVELTY DRESS A drops tor lielipr woar. Made from novoity Anipriciili Sport SilU in smnll. nciit Uesipn and a plain sliado of grvy to match. Trimmed with white crocheted buttons. A very effective style 22 QQ A FOULARD DRESS .\ navy blue mercerized foulard dress in a ^-ery pretty style with high waist line effect. The collar of white organdie. A dress suit-al)Ii; for street wear. Q 7C At .............(......... if ml U PLAID VOILE DRESS A very pretty style iu plaid voile in pink or blu". Collar of white voile trimmed with lace. Neat girdle trimnieii with pearl � c[ V. jrli f;iuile of plain trty tafTeta silk. The sleeves and collar of plain voile to iiiaich. Snuill buttons are used ns a tiiMiaiins; A vf-:y pretty style at . Off Every LADIES' SUIT At $35.00 and Over ON FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY It's a soIUhk occasion that is worth while to you. The styles are exclusive and while there is only onn o' a kind there is a wide variety to select In all the newest materials. SEE THE WINDOW DISPLAY 20.00 GINGHAM DRESSES SuiiuiiHr dresses'made in very attractive coat styles froin plain and fancy plaid sin.chams. These dresses are very serviceable aA the materials wa:'h well and the price is reasonable.................................... S.50 Ladies' Hose Ladles' plain white cotton hbse. Full fashioned with good quality of cotton. Slightly imperfect. Worth in regular way 40c. Sizes S% OP to lO, for............ UOC Ladies' Vests In the new cumfy cut style with the Can't Slip shoulder .-traps. Neatly trimmed and good fitting, .^t ... BOYS' STOCKINGS Heavy ribbed cotton stockings for the boys. Made to stand good hard wear. Size to OC^ S\'i. Pair .............. OoC SILK COMBINATIONS Ladies' Silk Combinations, suitable for present .wear. Hade from e.xcellent quality of white silk, finished with neat silk edging. Suit .............. Ladies' Combinations Knitted In a fine oven rib weave. Excellent quality and well finished. -| aa Suit .................. l.UU 5.00 LADIES' COMBINAT'NS Spring needle ribbed combinations in good suminer weight and triinined with good -l f'n quality cotton lace. ... 1.3U Ladies' Bungalow Aprons These aprons are made from good cpiality of percale in small neat patterns. Good roomy loose fitting style with belt. Worth today |1, gQ^, Rain Coats The new raincoats have arrived. Thoy come In plain and mixed tweeds with light weight rubber lining. The collars �11 close. A good loose fitting stylo which permits one to wear sweater coal underneath it desired. Price $15.00 MOTOR coats Ladles' moleskin motor coats. The newest idea in separate coats. !\lade In a looso, mannish style with raglau sleeve, belt and patch pockets. In a soft dull shade of khalcl. Price $27.50 Ladies' Waists About four dozen odd White Cotton Waists in voile and vesting. A clearance of several lines. Some are counter soiled. Regular $1.50 for. . 59c LADIES' MIDDYS Made from good quality of vfhite drill in good style and trimmed with fancy sport stripe collars. Slightly soiled. Regular $1.50 for.......$1.19 Our Specialty: Hosiery, Corsets and Underwear RYLANDS & CO. Coats, Suits, Dresses, Waists and Skirts PEOPLE ASK FOR RULES MRS. HUNTLEY DRUMMOND, P retld�nt of Women's Food Economy Committee, Montreal. .> .> :.;. > .> .> � .:� More than thai-they are your ; � .> .> .;. .J .> .;. Mrs. Huntley Drummond has been  flio first lieutenant of food conservation In Montreal for months past. As president ot the Women's Pood Boon-oniy CommlUee, she has championed tlio cause with no little ardor, and, along, with MrH..\'. V. Henderson, secretary ot the Committee, succeaatuUy couducte'd tlie pledge card bampaijsrn which swept iln twenty-five thousand signatures, representing somelUInK like a hundred thousand people, when, all the oBcupanla of-the home wore taken into consideration. |r i ^ coufeSHOii hovaen, ,aU iier thoughts and energies are turned towards the food question these days. She believes that the more publicity it gets the better, and It is a distinct disappointment to her to open a paper and find nothing In It on this all-important question. Of the food pledge campaign in Montreal she says; "1 feel that In spite of anything that has been sarld to the contrary the campaign here has been a very great factor in the saving of toodsluffs. There was little intelligent opposition, and we found great wlllingnoBs to co-operate. One ot the foremost Montreal bakers declared that he could rutice a tremendous difference in the ordering of bread after the cards had been .signed. The people who fllled them An should remember that thoy pledged themselves to follow the dictates ot tlie food controller, and they are under moral obligation to observe all the regulations as they cnme out, no matter how tar-reaching they may be in scope. "Keep your pledge cards in the win