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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE LETT-IB RTDOE &MTUY ITER ATM SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1917 ' r. Rylands* Saturday Night and ay Monday Specials PHONE 1224 You will always find real Cut Price Bargains at these special One Day Sales. This list is the best of all. Read Every Item THE SUIT SALE OF THE YEAR, that caused such a * sensation in the city, will be continued tonight and all *r day Monday. Suits up as high as $50.00 - - - - 47 suits left out of 75 advertised Thursday night Elastic Top Corsets---05c For slight or medium figures'. Sizes 19 to 25 only. Strong coutll, 2 Inch elastic band at tops, 4 hose supporters. "Good Form" Brassieres - 59c For tonight and Monday, we will sell 50 only D. & A. Brassieres at Fi9c. Embroider/ trim. Sizes I!4 to 12. Regular 75c quality. Girls' Corset Waists - - 59c ; Two lines of Corset Waists for girli up to ,12 years old. Somn waists have garters attached. Regular 75c values. Girls' Sateen Bloomers - 40c Made from a 35c Sateen. Good riiumy bloomer style. Sizes S to 12 ye irs. Just in this week. Ladies' Cotton N'Gowns 75c Some lines we carried over last season. ,Better cotton than $1.00. $1.25 gowns this year. Slip-over styles, laco trim. Medium ,sizes only. White Curtain Muslin - - 19c ; White Curtain Muslin suitable for bedrooms and-small windows. Our regular 25c Scotch muslin with spot or floral designs. Boys' School IIosc---20c A splendid wearing black ribbed cotton stocking in all sizes from 5 to 10. Will be on sale tonight and Monday for 20c pair. Outsize Silk ITose---75c Just in by express. 5 dozen Ileal Outsizo Silk Boot Hose in black only vide tops. Also white lisle. Extra outsize at 50c pair. Girls' Fine Rib Hose - - 25c Samples of our regular 35.: and 40c fine ribbed lisle hose. Colors white, pink, sky, black. Sizes 8 to 9Vi in the lot. Ladies' Coats Clearing up about 20 coats tonight and Monday. Worth up to $18.50. Th.=y are all new. this season. Sizes up to 12. Light or dark materials. Your choice of the lot for A Special Shipment of the famous Lady Gordon Suits, that arrived here Wednesday morning. No two suits alike. Values as high as $50 in S ALL SILK TAFFETA Full inches wide, with slight imperfections. (Not d.'imared. 1 Limit rive yards to one customer. 7A/� Tonight, while it lasts, yard ...................... I �/C SILK WAISTS Fine Japanese colored silks. All shades. About 9 fyj " iloz-'ii left, values. Tonight to clear ......... ittU I HUDSON BAY'S SPECIAL CORSET I), A. make, with six hose supporters. Beautifully Iri1111111.il witli embroidery. Worth ?:i.50. Tuiiight ...................................... 1.47 500 LBS. SCOTCH PEPPERMINT Jumbo size. Extra special tonight. -1 OJ. Per pound ....................................... A " 2 l� CHILDREN'S GUN METAL SLIPPERS Willi one btrap. Neat. last. A very dressy slipper -| QQ for street wear. Night special pair ................. X.Oif MEN'S NEGLIGEE SKIRTS Wide stripe patterns. All sizes. Regular $1.2fi. Hi Tonight, ouch ..................................... I*4C MEN S UMBRELLAS Fine (juality covering. Metal rod. Regular $2.50. 1 0�� Tonight, special................................... XtCti r>0 ONLY, DARK GREEN WINDOW SHADES 30 inches wide. 2 yards long, brackets, nails and pull complete. Extra tonight, each A7** Not more than six to one customer.................. *f I C BRASS EXTENSION RODS With fittings, complete. Extend to 54 inches. Regular 15c eaqh. Tonight 3 rode for............. 27c Grocery List Tobacco. Reg. 00c tin. Tonight ...... 35c Molasses. 5 I!>. tins. Regular 45c Tonight 35c 2 n>. tins. Tonight...................15c Postmn Cereal. Regular 25c. Tonight .. 20c Custard PoiYder.'Regnlar 25c. Tonight.. 16c Apple Butter in-jars. Regular 25c for .. 15c Apple Butter in tins. Regular 35c for.....20c Vimbo for making beef tea. 3 tins for .. .> 25c NED A CHECK Tho soil must bo supplied with organic matter lo roplaco tho plant food extracted from it by growing cropB, A "PAILINETTE" DRESS A special foaturo about this costume Is tho deep flat belt adorned with tassels. It is a model most typioa\ of the moment with its straight up.rand down line and emphatic simplicity. DR. MILLS IS DEAD Kingston, Out., May 4.-Right Rev. William Lonnox Mills, D.D., bishop of Ontario, died tonight of heart troublo, aged 71. Vancouver, B. C, May 4.-After a sitting lasting a little over one hour: this morning, the commission of in-: quiry, in the person of Mr. Justice Gregory, appointed to probe the charge of J. S. Cowper, that the Hon. M. A.. Macdonald, attorney-general had received $15,000 from the Canadian' Northern railway for election purposes, was adjourned until Wednes-, day, owing to the fact that Dr. Robert Mackenzie was absent. Mr. E. M. N. Wood, counsel for Cowper, declared that he was unablo to go on with his, case in his absence. The chief witness today was an official of the head office of the Canadian Bank of Commerce in this city, who admitted, in reply to Mr. Wood, that a check of $15,000, signed by R. J. Mackenzie, son of the president of tho Canadian Northern Railway, had passed through the bank here last September before the general election. This check was drawn on an account in the Winnipeg branch of the bank, and was cashed here after first being backed by Mr. D. Burns, brother of P. Burns. The bank accountant said that the check, which he assumed was; now in Winnipeg, would show to whom, the bank paid the cash, hut In the absence of the check he would not undertake to say who got the money.' When Justice Gregory opened the. inquiry the first person to voluntarily appear to give evidence was F. C. Wade, K.C. It had been alleged at hist, Wednesday's hearing that it was at Mr. Wade's house in Vancouver, at a conference between Wade, Macdonald and R. J. Mackenzie, that the last, mentioned, who is tho son of the president of the C. N. R., had drawn a chock for $15,000 which was later given to Macdonald by Mackenzie. Mr. Wado obtained the privilege of making a statement and said that at no time had he any conversation with either Macdonald or Mackenzie regarding campaign funds in British Columbia, . . - .. -__'w'*' ;