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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1910 THE LETHBniDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE RYLAND'S MAY WHITE A five day Sale and Display ol: White Mater- ials that will in'evidence' during the coming months. A full list of the many bargains will be found in Thursday's Herald. See and store display for prices. Bargains-Flouncing Embroideries 27 and 45 inches wide, worth up to 39c49c59c79c White Voiles I White Hosiery Silk, Cotton 25c, 35c 39c Plain and Fancy 28c, 35c, 50c 60c Materials for White Skirts, Middies 3G-inch White llepjj, on sale at........28c 36-inch White Corduroy on sale at.....50c White Gaberdine on sale at 50c 36-inch Middy Cloths at.........20c 25c White Cottons Longcloths, Nainsooks, etc. We, 12J4C, 15c Ladies'Vests On sale at 15e, ISc, 20c 2oc Bargains in Bedding Materials 42-1ncli Circular Pillow Cotton at......22c 81-inch Heavy Made up Sheets, lai'ge size 95c White Honey Comb Quilts Ready to use Pillow. Gases, a pair 35c. Curtain Nets All new this 3oc, 50c Middy Waists A new lot just in Wonderful Bargains in White wear White Cambric Underskirts at........75c White Muslin Nightgowns at Muslin Drawers, lace trim at Tine Muslin Nightgowns at ..___..... Corset covers up to for----...... floe RYLANDS CO. THE BUSY STORE, Ottawa, Out., May follow- ing is the complete vote on E. IA- pointe's bilingual motion, defeated in the House of Commons this morn- Ing by a vote of 107 to 60. Bellemare, Boulay, Bourassa, Boyer, rouillard, Bureaux. Carin, Carroll, lampagne, Charlton, Chisholm (An: Chjsliom De- ilc, Demcrs, Devlin, Etliler, Fort- LAWN TENNIS The Committee of the Leth- brldge Ltwn Tennis CU'H ha? decided not to charge an en- trance fee this year new membert, Fees arc: Ladiet, Gtntte- men Payable to Mitt E. Aird, Treat., 1304 6th Ave. South ier, Gautclier (St. JiyacintheJ; Gau- vreau, German, 'Graham, Kay, La- chance, Lafortune, Lamarche, Lan- cept, Lapointe La- Pointe (Montreal St. Sir Wfl- iuinuc vinuiincin jiiuiesj; oir vv frid Laurler, Lemfeux, Loggie, Ma Donald, MacLean McCol nuinvitie, nooo, noss, aeguin, Sin- Tubhi, Turgeon, Verville, Wil- son (Sir Arm- strong (York) Arthurs, Ball, Barnard, Bennett (Cal- Bennett best, Blain, Blondin, Sir Robert Borden, Bowman, Boys, Brabraaon, Broder, Buchanan, Burnhaiu, Caagrain, Ghabot, Clarke Clark (Red Clarke Clements, Cookshutt, Cromwell, Crotbera, Cruise Curry, Davidson, Deacarries, Doherty, Don- IX) UK UK, EUllotL, I Fisher, Sir Rodolphe Forget, Sir Geo. Foster, Fowler, Fropp, 'Qlrard, Glass, Gray, Green, Hanna, Harttj Hazen, Henderson, Jit meson, Kemp, Knpwies, I 'Lulor, Lespcranco, Lewis, nell, AlacLean Mac.N'jtt, Mo Craney, McCurdy, Marshall, Meighen, Merner, Middle- boro, Morphy, Alorrls, Moviaon, iM.un- Nlckle, Korthnip, Ol- Paul, Porter, Held, Rhodes, Roblndoux, Roche, Rogers, Schaffuer, Scott, Sexamlth, Smith, Smyth, Steele, Stevena, Stewart, Stewart Sutherlantl, Thobtirh, Thompson (Yni-- 'Iljomsoii Thorn- ton. Truax, Turriff, Walker, Wallace, Warnock, Wabsler, .Welfthel, SJr Thos White, White Wll- COT, Wilson Wtlght. PHONE 1224 Mr. J. 13, Lothbrltlge of Calgary, is j a visitor in the city. Senator De Vebcr Is Ju Calgary, a gu'Cbt at the Fallieer. Mrs. P. J. Hcaly, of Calgary, IK yib- llinu in the city. K- The ofllcurs of the Eastern Star are reminded of Uie rehearsal In the Mas- onic hall tomorrow night at 7.30, I Mi'b. A. G. Robertson was the host-- CBS of an informal thimble tea yester- day afternoon. The IiOHless WAS as- eisted by Mrs. H. G. LOUR. Corporal E, J. McKenzle, who left with tiie draft from the 8'Jth battery hut; left Shomcllffe camp aiiti gono to France. 1 Mr. R. M. WalBun of Stirling an- nounces the engagement of his daugh- ter, Eflla, to Lieut. Howard Warner Tye, of the. 195th battalion, C. E. F., Regina, Snsk, The marriage will take place at the end of tho month. Mr. and .Mrs. A. M. .Moe left last night for Detroit, where Mr. Moe will attend the convention of the Brother- hood oC Railroad Trainmen. .Mr. and Moe will visit New York, Chi- cago, Montreal and Toronto before re- turning home in July. The dance to be given tonight in the Knights of Pythias hall by Lieut- Col. A. W. Pryce-Jones and the olll- cers of the 113th Kilties promises to be a very enjoyable social evpnt. Mrs. Wallace, wife of Capt. Wai- lace, will act as hostess for the col- onel and the officers. The officers of Hie iMaple Leaf Chapter, O.E.S. are planning to hold a reception on Tuesday afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Chas. McClenaghan In honor of Mrs. Armstrong, of Calgary, worthy grand matron, who pays her official visit to the chapter that evening. All the members of the order are cord- (ally invited to attend. The I. O. D. B. wish to acknowledge with thanks SI pairs of socks knitted during March and April by the school children of Westminster school. Grade of Fichten 1; Irene Jones 1; Bessie Wat- erhouse, 2; Molly Walton, 1; Oracle KBIT, 1; Mae Browne, 1; Myrtle Ste- venson, 1; Edith Barclay, 1; May Mac- Nulty, 1; Doris Roberts, 3; Isabelle Rae, 1; Lily Rappel 1; Harry Mock- ford, 3; John Watson, 1; Stanley Tur- ner, 1; Beatrice Fossom, 1; Elsie Frayne, 1. Grade III and of pairs Ethel Allen, 7; Vlblet Lowe, 4; Abbie Fisher, 3; Thelma Dodd, 2; Pansy Ful- ler, 2; Annie Kerr, 1; Ethel Larsen, 1; Alberta Rose, 1; Willie McNab 1; Ella Waterhouse, 1; Barbara McDon- ald, 1; Myrtle Hyssop, 1. Grade IV. and of pairs Bessie Wilson, 1; Bessie Baird, 1; Nora Mockford, 1; Margaret Cliap- low 2; Dorothy Doe, 1. Grade VI. and VI of pairs Wardman, 2; May Horn, 3; Bella McNabb, 1; Bessie Carter, 2; May Flinn, 2; Janet Park, 2; Gretta Wilson, 1; Lizzie Marten, 1; Smeaii, 1; Jennie -MacNulty 1. Grade of Mitchell, t; Olive Jackson, 1; Mona Walton, 1; Martha Kergan, 1; Mary Kovacli, 1; 'Bessie Laing, 1; Eleanor Lindsay, l; Mrs. Bruce 2; AIlsc Hal- penny. 1; Miss Balfour, 1; Mrs. .H. Mcllvena, 1; Harry Chapman, l scarf and James Thomson, 1 scarf. "A white flower in memory ot mother dear, A bright flower for mother who Is still here." Mothers' Day will observed next Sunday, the 14th and there will be fitting services in. several of the churches. This day. which was found- ed about seven years ago by Miss Anna Jarvis of Philadelphia, is now almost universally recognized and wliy sho.uld it not be, when we con-, slder all we owe to our mothers? Miss Jarvis' idea waa to honor mother by wearing n white s carna- tion on this day, but many thought that rather mournful and it was de- cided that it should be a while car- nation in tribute to B itopArtmrrnqth-. ed and a colored one for a living mother. I The florists soon found that they co.uld not meet the demand for. car-, nations at the late season, Mothers' Day being the second Sunday in May, and the .custom has been changed so that now every one is asked to wear a flower for dear mother's white it she has left you bright If she Is sUll with you. MANITOBA LICENSE COMMISSION Winnipeg, May J.1 E. Mac- Lean, secretary of the Social Service Council, has been appointed prohibi- tion commissioner for Manitoba. He will have staff of inspectors under him. The license department at pres- ent existing goes 'automatically out of existence on June 1, and Mr; Mae- Lean will taka over his new duties on. that (iiHt1. He hna resigned his j position with the Social Coun- cil v-. EXCELLENT VALUES Are Offered from All Departments for Saturday. We Anticipate a Busy Day Dress Making Department Our dressnmking pnrJors arc in charge of n capable dressmaker. First; class work guar- anteed. 513 for appointiuents. Chicken Supper Will be served Saturday Xigbt from (i o'clock' to 7.30 p.m. Price 35c. Ladies' Wearables BEAUTIFUL LADIES' SILK DRESSES the lat- est, York models in all colors and various siz- es, reg. values Sat- urday priced at.. MISSES' AND LADIES' MIDDIES, all white, also with colored collar and trimmings, the newest striped effects, all sizes, very speclal................ 1.25 Men's Furnishings 25 oulv Men's Fine ENGLISH NAVY B L U E S E K G E SUITS, cut, in the latest style and extra well finished through out, all sizes to selecr, from, reg. value -S'Jd, very special for Sat- urday........ CHILDREN'S MIDDIES, with new col- ored trimmings and plain white styles, specially priced each 99c MEN'S SILK SOCKS, in black grey and tan, reg. value Saturday special li pairs for LADIES' WHITE MUSLIN WAISTS, neatly made and daintily trimmed, only, each 79c Boots and Shoes MEN'S K BOOTS, in black and tan, heavy shoes, ait sizes, J rip regular for Saturday V LADIES' SHOES, in blucher and button styles, black an'd QQ tan colors, all sizes, reg. for H MEN'S TAN BUTTON BOOTS, English styles, neat and dressy, air sizes, reg. 56.00, special per pair MEN'S HEAVY WORKING SHOES, 14 in. leg, prospector's, made of finest leathers, 12 pairs ouly, regular for Curtains and Draperies BUNGALOW LACE NETS, 45 in wide iii cream and ivory shades. Saturday, per yard SCRIM, with -colored borders and blue and brown shades, 36-ln. wide, reg. 20c. 'Special, 2 yards for BRASS EXTENSION RODS, extend to 64' in. with brackets complete, reg. 20c. Saturday 2 for LACE CURTAINS, 4n inches wide, 2% yards long, neat pat- terns, reg. Saturday per pair Wine Dept, Phone 613 Pine Old Vintage Wine, gallon, including jug and war tax, very special MEN'S SHIRTS, in neat pin stripe, Hoft cuffs and collars, all sizes, reg. Saturday special Special Values for Saturday from Our Dry Goods Through our Jfew York buying agency we have secured a number of Ladies' collar and cuff sets, also separate collars for ladies' and chil- dren. These consist of silk embroidered sets in colors on zephyrs and silk finished voiles, also a big range of manufacturers' samples. Collars in-the most up-to-date lines, fresh..an-i new on sale Saturday ............___.. 39c to clear GATE TOPS, in oxodized and white metal for hand bags, only a OQ_ limited quantity on sale C SILK WOVEN HAT BANDS, in fancy colors tor Christie and OA-. panama Hats, can be used on ladlea' hats, FANCY KIMONA 4 DRES8 CREPES, In white or colored grounds, in neat floral and conventional and large oriental design, and n a limited Quantity of plain white on sale Saturday, per yard IOC ALL LINEN HUCK TOWELS, in natural bleach, 18 >c 34 inch, Mn hemmed ready to use, per pair flvC I 800 Yards 3% HAIR KIBBONS, in all colors per yard...........................lOc I OUR GROCERY LIST Phone 313] FOR THIS WEEK-END IS WELL, WORTH SPECIAL ATTENTION! [Phone 313 SUGAR, pure fine granulated 20 pound sacks QQ per sack...... TEA, H. B. Vo.'s Blend, No.. 2. Our well known 50c. J p lea, special per Ib. fxOC TEA, H. B. Co.'s Blend No. 4 regular 45c, special per ib........'....... 0 y C TEA, Tetley's Sundried Japan, ..green, reg. 60c, very 4Q special per C COFFEE, H. B. Co.'s Seal of Quality Blend. A blend ot fin- est Mocha and Java, regular 50c, special per Ib. oC 50c., or 3 Ibs. for I tiJ v COFFEE, II. B. Co.'s Special blend, a flue family blend, reg- ular 40c, special A A 3 Ibs. PORK AND BEANS, Llbby's large tins, special 2 COCOANUT finest shred- special per Ib. EQUAL 50c size, equals .6 dozen eggs, extra special LEMON or VANILLA FLAVOR- ING, 2 02. Ifl bottles 1UC LEMON or VANILLA FLAVOR- ING, 16 oz. .bottles........'...... CORN sneclil 2 Ib. tins CORN SYRUP, special 6 Ib. tins............ 25c 69c 15c 33c FLOUR, Ogllvie's Centennial brand, 49 Ib. fl rn sack ____