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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta I'UIDAY, MAY 11, 1917 TRrt DAILY HERALD PAGE Rolands' Saturday Bargain Bulletin GIVING YOU A SLIGHT IDEA OF WILL FIND ON THE BARGAIN fAptiES-AT THE "BUSY Tomorrow is the 'last day to buy one of those Lady Gordon Suits for (WORTH UP TO a Romper worth while HDLADl PHONE 1224 f no well made rompers, In different ttyles. Made heavy glnghami and chambraya. Med- ium StUs 1 to 6 years. 200 House Dresses made from 'Old Time Percales Ginghams ,The laigest slock of Ladles' Wash House Dresses wo pavo Bhown. materials nro nil fast colors, cojnurlslnr; ficrculca, prints, chmnbrays In. light' and ine'dlum colors: J5 different' styles' iu sizes up to 41, See them flrsl. Prlcca range froai V Wdoz. Print 'Bungalow' style, on sale Cheaper than you can make them up. Loose tillinE Duneilow Blylc, belt at back. Made from a good quality print. Sizes 36, 33 only. Buy One of These Girls Dresses Now While Assortment is Good BABY DRESSES. Made trom a Eoml quality Voile. Some hive 'embroider" rt yokes anil flounces. Sizes n months to 2 years. Siwclnl J1.25 to GIRLS' PRINT DRESSES. Sizes lo 12 years. Made from mcil- lum cblorcd print and eloBuam. S different Btyles to choose .irora. 75c 1052.00- What About Your Linen Supply? Pillow Cases at 20c ca 10 town ready to use Pillow Cases. -Plain lictn. Made Ironi pillow tub- ing, K Inches by 30 inches. Linen Tubing 90c Very scarce goods- Lihcri Pillow Tuljlng, -14 Indies, circular- Only a limited' quail- Uly at this price. ExceptionqlValues in fine Sheeting 45c 'Sortie, real flood values.In the beit gradet of English and Can- adian Sheetings In 63 Inch, 72 Inch, 81 Inch and.90 Inch widths. heavy linen finish at prlcei HVe theie. 63'Inch Full Dlcacbcd Linen Finish Sheeting. The very best quality, a yard....................... t72 incn-FlDcat Quality Sheeting. Plain only. English or SI Inch Plain or Twill Sheeting. Heavy weight linen finish. On Enle. per yard -'90 Inch Sheeting (2Vfc yards' Tvldc.) The very quality. Per yard Ctias. Yandlo of .Edmonton, fa (be euesl ol Mr. and Mm. Wm. Cleary. Mr. C. K. Jamlcson has returned from Calgary, where ho Bpeiit three weeks. Mr. and Mis. Menu of Calgaiy pcnt yesterday vltJi ilrti. Nevcus 5-Corpora I JacUson returned to Ogdcn Home, Calgary, today, after a short visit In tbe city. V Mr. Ti. J. Maclean of tbo Rank ol Commerce nss been transferred to WcUsk.wli? and has left for that nolul. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cavcnaugh spent yc-sterday with Mrs. Ocary on their return from their Loneyrnoon spent at western rolnls i0 Medicine Hal, where they will reside. Lieut. L. S. DC Veber, who was one of the pincers of the lOUL battalion iio was supposed lo have beeu struck the lists of the C.E.P. after one month's leave Is to be- kept ou the strength for another month without News-Telegram. Mrs. John McCausland, Mre.- Herb- ert Goodc and Mrs. Howard Adams went lo IxiDdon yesterday lo meoL their son and brother. Ptc. John who' has -been invalided lome, having been wounded seven [Imes. Mrs. Edwards and Dr. Coyne; wcro also there. Me. McCausland; II Hvas felt, looked considerably bet-, t'er.Uian expected. He, with thfc other returnee soldiers, were given wonderCul reception, bolli at the Elation and the convalescent homaj .Thonias Times. 2 The aniial convention of the Soulh-; ern Alberta district of the W.C.T.U: will le held next Thursday In lend. Tlio program In addition lo the regular business Includes papers on "Dominion Prohibition end Fran- chise" by Mrs. IV, G. Hamilton, Leth- brldge. ou Aid work by Dr Sara Uelwller, Lclbbrldgc, on C T. li. and Social Mrs. Rich ard. Mac! cod, and an address by Mr3 provincial Claresliolm, on "The past and present .of the puilly question. A public mecU, Ing will hi held In the evening wbeu-l In addition lo an address by- Sirs. SlraV. L. C. McKlnney, the Maclcod ters will give addresses. The officers' of this district, arc: President, Mrs7 A. nutiiiiliHcs, Lelhbrldgc; esldent, Mrs. F. E-'DroA-'J; sccrelaryT" Alra. R. eedsf Ilccprdlng" secret ry, Mrs, M. Ireasureri -f On the" marriage-! took ace of Mr. Charles Henry Hlcklln, grain buyer of- anrt iss Syblc Olson ol -Brnnl, Altai The remony wai performed at Wesley arsonage by Rev. G.'H.'Cobbledlck TBNNANT Nuptial Mass was celebrated >Vcfl- csday mornlng'iri SU-Mary's 'JnnircE, marriage yrllc Catherine, "daughler of J. 'cnnant, lo cf son of the late Drcll ns mcmbera of tho other local fra- ternal orders, present at tho dedica- tion ceremony of llifi new Oddfel- lows' hall last Saturday Specials-Men fi Boys' Clothing Dept CORKING .SIIIRTS Larec roomy and well made. QQ Special f O3 C BOYS' BROWN CANVAS BLOOMER PANTS made in sizes. 8 to Flo 11 years.................. (BOYS' LINEN CRASH HATS. A larfio assortment ol shapes'.and Colors lo choose from, CA- !Specially "priced, 10c .-.l-'iji v-.r'V V DUC S' 5ALBRIGGAN 45c I' ShoVtVfcleeves and', knee Sncclairper suit............ b. "'......'-'.x1 1. c served Satunliiy Vjiight from For the Home NEW CURTAINS Lace Curtains in finely woven style. Ivory shflde, 45 inchci wide, yards lone. Regular {2.25. Special, pair M ADKAS .MTJSLIN In ecru Ehades. Variety of patterns. 36 inches Spcclal, yard CURTAIN NETS 36 Indies wide. Ivory and ecru sbade. Special, yard CURTAIN SCRIM DouMc colorert hordera. "While and ecru. Regular 20c. two yanls for 29c! 19c -OC DC, Staple Crockery Lines Brown Tcapcts at, each .PI, 19c, 25c 3r.: White Cups' arid Special, half .dozen .'....v Waler GlassES, heavy qualify, half dozen Pepper and Salt Shakers, each S5c Grocery to Your Lay in a supply groceries and protect, yourself against.'high prices. EXtRASl'BClA-Ll i'f. i Rhubarb, u pounds 'for 25c' FLOUR 5 Roses, 4'J sacU. ial................, .SOLD ONLY WITH GROCERY ORDER OF JI.OO NICK BREAKFAST 15ACON Uie-piccc, per pound. ,furt Orange Marmalade. [b. palli. ;3ilvtr CloH SUrch. 6 Ib. tins. Each (5Corp Slarih. Per package.................... Package Ammonia. Special j 2 packagei..................... Fancy Lemons, J Per dozen RoyaT Crown Soap. 6 bar package Pure Honey, 5 Ib. tins. Extra tpeclal 'Canned Plumi, Special ,Per tin......................... -.1 73c 75c 15c 25c Fancy Grapefruit 2 for Corn Flakes, Quaker and Krlnkle, t3 packaged Per Pure Lard 3 Ib. tins. Special, each ..-..........t..... Dlue Ribbon Tea, Ib. pkg. Each 25c 25c ,15c 83c 1.00 Baking Powder. Special per lln Maeoriochic's Sour Pickles, Special per bottle Yellow Ntwlon Appfes. Special Per case Queen Olives. Special per bottle 98c cur ATKD MlbK per dozen 23c 32c 2.65 35c Best Gr'ahufaled Sugar, 20 Ib. sackE n Arf Special l.OU AA Fancy Peaches. 10 Ib. box. Each...................... Prunes. j Per jb.-ISc and............ AND vkaeTABLE3, RIPE LETTUCE, SPINACH, CEL- AWBEHRIE3, GREEN ONIONS, -ASPXRAQUS, BANANAS, AND GRAPEFRUIT ;