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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TEN THE LETHTmTDGF DAILY MAY Open Until Saturday Evening i RYLANDS AN Line of Merchandise that will make Weekend Selling Lively at the Busy Corner Store NOVELTY DRESS A dress for better Made from novelty American Sport Silk In neat design and a plain shade of grey to Trimmed with white crocheted A very effective style OO AA A FOULARD DRESS A navy blue mercerized foulard dress in a Very pretty style with high waist line The collar of white A dress suit able for street A PLAID VOILE DRESS A very pretty style in plaid voile In pink or Collar of white voile trimmed with Neat girdle trimmed with pearl J AA At WASH DRESSES Made from good quality of plain The girdle and skill all trimmed with fancy plaid gingham in contrasting The style is very FANCY VOILE DRESSES A voile dress in a neat High waist line effect girdle of plain grey taHeta The sleeves and collar of plain voile to Small buttons are used as OA AA n A very pretty style at GINGHAM DRESSES Summer dresses made in very attractive coat styles from plain and fancy plaid These dresses are very the materials weli and the price is Off Every LADIES SUIT At and Over ON SATURDAY AND MONDAY Its a selling occasion that is worth while to The styles are exclusive and while there Is only one a kind there is a wide variety to select in all the newest SEE THE WINDOW DISPLAY Ladies Hose Ladies plain white cotton Full fashioned with good quality of Slight ly Worth in regu lar way Sizes 8 OC to tor Ladies Vests In the new cumfy cut style with the Cant Slip shoulder Neatly trimmed and good At BOYS STOCKINGS Heavy ribbed cotton stockings for the Made to stand good hard Size 6 to Pair SILK COMBINATIONS Ladiea Silk suitable for present Made from excellent quality of white finished with neat silk Suit LADIES COMBINATNS Spring needle ribbed combin ations in good sumlrier weight and trimmed with good 1 quality cotton Ladies Combinations Knitted in a fine even rib Excellent quality and well Suit Ladies Bungalow Aprons These aprons are made from good quality of percale in small neat Good roomy loose fitting style with Worth today or OJfC Our Specialty Corsets and Underwear RYLANDS Our Suits Are Priced for Quick Disposal Rain Coats The new raincoats have They come in plain and mixed tweeds with light weight rubber The collars fit A good loose fitting style which permits ono to wear sweater coat under neath if Price MOTOR COATS Ladles moleskin motor The newest idea in separate Made in a mannish style with raglan belt and patch pock In a soft dull shade ot Price Ladies9 Waists About four dozen odd White Cotton Waists in voile and A clearance of several Some are counter Regular 59c LADIES MIDDYS Made from good quality of white drill in good style and trimmed with fancy sport stripe Slightly Regular Waists and Skirts PEOPLE ASK FOR RULES HUNTLEY of Womens Food Economy Keep pledge cards in the1 window for as long as the war Dont take them down because you happen to be spring They are the visible tokens of your good intentions and of your support of the Canada Food More than thai they are your pledge of honor to srtve for the men at the Huntley Huntley Drummond has been tliu first lieutenant of food conserva tion in Montreal for months As president of the Womens Food Econ omy she has championed the cause with no little alone with sec retary of the successfully conducted the pledge card campaign which swept in twentyfive thousand representing something Jlke a hundred thousand when all the Qocupants of the home were taken into At site her thoughts and energies are turned to wards the food question these She believes that the more publicity it getsthe and it is a distinct disappointment to her to open a pa per and find nothing in it on this all important Of the food pledge campaign in Montreal she says 1 feel that in suite of anything that has been said to the contrary the campaign here has been a very great factor In the saving of There was little Intelligent and we found great willingness to One of the foremost Montreal bakers de clared that he could iiitice a tremen dous difference in the ordering of bread after the uurds had been sign The people who filled them in should remember that they pledged themselves to follow the dictates of tlie food and they are un der moral obligation to observe all the regulations as they come no matter how farreaching they may be in Keep your pledge cards in window for as long as the war advises Dont lake i them down because you happen to be i They are the visible i token of your good intentions and of your support of the food More than are your pledge honor to save for the men at the Drummond believes that city people are apt to gtfve the farmer more blame than he her mind waste in the city is much more distressing than in the country be cause in the first instance it goes to the while on the farm it always goes back to the pig or to some productive i Of I am not holding a brief for waste of any kind when I say she There is just as much need for the farmer to exercise care as the city but what I do contend is that he is unjustly be labored on all All economy at this time helps all economy is The more we save the more we have to give to the things that are going to help bring the end of the war It would be a poor thing if we were sav ing only for There should be nothing selfish about our wartime It is for the common and for the sake of the men To quote Shakespeare Tls not a time for private stom Drummond confesses to won dering frequently why the people who are forever clamoring for rules to go by do not adopt the regulations issued from time to time by the food taking them as whether they are intended for public eatiag houses or for private If you have a her into your she As soon as the hotel regulations came out I consulted with mine and we immedi ately adopted them as if we had been ordered to do Following the ex ample set by government we have absolutely no cream on our table has been absolute ly All our sauces are made of potato Meatless days I interpret to mean that vege peaii and other substi tutes are to be 1 dont even compromise on but use We have no beef or bacon whatso I do not wish to claim any par ticular virtue for doing without these It has been no real hardship and it is rldiculouj to talk of sacrifice in this Have you noticed how hard it is to make people think on this food question enquired If they jiild see actual starvation around them it would be but it Is another matter when it comes to exercising a little imagina They need to be led pretty much like because they hate to do their own its such an important question now that every woman should give it sys tematic This would lead to results in the There would be less more In this connection Drummoml thinks that public food demonstra tions are the finest thing in the world for educating all manner of women ID their She particu larly commended ihe work of this kind done by members of the House wives League through the medium of the smaller churches lu Druuimoud knows more about the conservation than the production end of the food but she is keenly interested in the has hqr own patriotic on which potatoes and other vegetables are DEBATE OliBUOGET May Hume Cronyn continued the the He said that in the main measures taken by the minister of finance to finance the war had been Great Britain had been able to pay 17 per cent of war expenditures out of The payment by Canada of 11 per cent of this expenditure was an indication that we have been advanc ing along the right France had been unable to pay anything towards the cost of the war out of and Germany but very He asked the government to con sider the advisability of forming a permanent tariff in declared that the country was prepared to ac cept in the very best spirit any burden imposed through the United Effort Blake Winnipeg made a plea for united effort to win the he was mak ing every effort to provide food and and it would not be long before she had her quota of If the opposing factions in the Dominion would only get together Canadas strength would be greatly in i Arthur Trahan Nieolet thought that Canadas participation In the war should be in proportion to the resour ces of the He was not one of those in whose view income taxa tion came first hi He favor ed free food and free agricultural im Plea for free agricultural Imple ments was rnfedo by Ho declared that if ever there was a time to tackle the tariff question it was when high tariff and low tariff men were to bo found in the I Make a marriage inj terpoaed Sir Wilfrid i i Is on Way Will Adjourn Before End of May May Fred who is disputing the right to represent the Yukon in the commons with Alfred is slightly ahead in the schedule set tor him for his rush trip from the Yukon to Ottawa set by the commons committee on privileges and At a meeting of the committee held last week it was decided that if Congdon had not reached Vancouver by today the inquiry would be pro ceeded with in his When the committee met this morn Alex counsel fpr produced a telegram from him stating that he arrived at Van couver yesterday and lett last night for Ottawa and would arrive in the capital next Monday The committee decided that Congdon was within his time and adjourned until Tuesday next when Cong don will be heard personally In sup port of his contention that the sold iers vote should not be counted be cause it was cast before nomination1 day in the In view of the government motion for morning Nickle moved that the committee should ask the house for permission to sit when the house is in Rodolphe Lemieux asserted that the opposition would not agree to morning or Saturday sittings at this stage of the But there is some talk of proroga tion by a week from said That is not replied but the house will pro rogue during the third week of You may bo sure of Lemleuxs definite statement as to the views of the opposition Is tak en to mean that the session will be wound up on May or the following ARE ALL BROKEN Lethbridgo customs port broke all records during the month April when total collections amounting to were made for the port and This is an increase of GOO over the same month a year and is well in advance of any months business ever done The largo figures are all the more amazing con sidering the fact that about worth of tractors came through tree Had duty been collected on then the total collections for the month would have been over the ELECIED OFFICERS slate was elected by as follows Honorary Dyde Ed j Ed First McWil Second Me Third Fourth Fifth Steven High Recording secretary Corresponding Mission Band Literary and Bureau Exchange Supply Hnr Press secretary Medicine Strangers secretary HomeHelpers Life Membership Library During the election of officers Keith of Edmonton occupied the A DAUGHTER OF LUCKY BALD WIN HELD FOR BAG Beatrice Anta daughter and heiress of Lucky the Cal ifornia has been ar rested by her accused of stealing a seeking to obtain evidence she need ed in a suit for gained en trance to her husbands room at a New York and departed with a heavy bag containing some of her husbands most prized She has been held in bah examination ctt the charge of May much business ot Alberta Womens Missionary society annual meeting at Grace church re mained unfinished ut the close of yes terday afternoons session that it was decided to hold an extra session this The principal feature of the after noons session was the report of the Dominating and the entire Supinas Grocery Specials Phone 1766 One 3 pound tin of Swifts Lard and One Pound of Our Special Blend Both for One 5 pound tin of Lard and One Pound of Our Own Special Blend Doth for Please note Our Special Blend Is equal to any tea on the market which retails for 60c and but as we have protect ed ourselves on this therefore we soil it regularly at 50c and is absolutely guaranteed by As u Bpocial Inducement we ng will sell for thfe weok end at li pounds for Also note that no specials nro We deliver to all parts of the Hut no orders accepted after 5 for delivery except for the following Icing all col In two for 25o Shirlffi Jelly 10c Corn 2 25o Choice Ontario 30c Lennox 5 fofr 25c Large 3 for 250 Sunlight and Gold BOc Blue Ribbon Baking per tin 25q Hampseeds Salad Dress per 2Sc One pound tin of Nabob Coffee and one pound of Our Special Blend Both Supina Son 230 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH ;