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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta fl'lUDAY. MAY 15110 THE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN From Saturday, and Until the Musical Festival is Over Rylands Co. Announce a n G u 0 O 0 O HigKNote in Quality GAIN Soft Pedal on Price P.P. With Prices That Will Sound Like isic in Your Ears Visitors to the Festival This litis suTiuigod for your special kMtel'ii. Throughout" tho slorc you will note scores of Iw.rgiiiiis like the ones list- ed here.. You will find this Busy Store, on Busiest Corner in the City, where arrangements have been made to check all your parcels FREE OF CHARGE. See our big sale window. Low Prices on Suits, Coats, Dresses, Gloves, Hosiery, Underwear and Yard Materials For ihe next three days will offer you inanv new lines Smuttier Jlcivlmiulise at greatly reduced prices. The eold, backward Spring has us with big stocks in some .lines thai inns! be cleared out. These and oilu-r holiday lines specially purchased should make it an interesting shopping event for every lady in this city. Saturday, Monday, and up until 10 o'clock on Tuesday Evening A Holiday on Wednesday On ncc-oiinl: of Vidiorin Day (May 24Hi) t.his sfoiv will be closed all day AVednes- iy. however, keep open 'rues- day evening until 10 o'clock. To make up any business loss of Wednesday, we are putting on this Bargain Festival to boost our sales on Satur- day, Monday and Tuesday. So if you miss a sale like this we both lose. Here is Where We Strike the Low Notes These Suits on Sale at Ten only serge atid tweet! suits, some satin lined, sixes o-l to 10 only, wonli uii to Any alterations will be charged on these suits. Suits Worth for A special line of navy or black all wool serge suits. All new this season, sizes 34 t.o High Grade Suits for Many of our best novelty silk and serge suits will sold ai this, price. Absolutely no reserve, values as high as New Coats from to White vulvet cord 'coats at Chinchilla's at and coverts, extra special at 15.00. Fancy Sweaters Xovnlty svvuuters, in silk, silk mixtures j ami mercerized wool, some come with belt or sash, colors are rose, salmon, penhagen, Dutch blue, etc., all are trav- ellers' samples worth, uu to sale from r to Crepe Waists White crepe dt.' chem- waists, neat pin m-k down front and back, convertible oilar. ;i real good silk crepe, in sixes up (i 4-1. on sale I'or three days, at ihe low- 'si we have, ever qvioted fur silk rcjic wutets. 53.55 Novelty Muslins The: finest and largest collection of novelty muslins, both American and Hri- tish we have evor shown. These are ai! on display now. and repriced for this Bargain Festival, at per yavrt 25c to 60c Tub Silks Fifteen new designs in thesp fashion- able hlouse silks. The colors are in ihle and very dainty, any of the patterns make pretty waists. See ihese, for ihev are wonderful value at to "Major" Values and "Minor" Prices Print House Dresses for 98c Neat, well made print house dresses, black and while, or blue and white pin checks, nil sizes. Gingham Dresses for Half a dozen lines of porch dresses, all well made and stnzri stylus, some an? dark, while the ma- jority arc mid shades, sizes up to 40. Repp Dresses on Sale Xew dresses Just received, made from repps. piques in pink champagne, rose, etc., semi-dress styles, sizes up to -10. Silk Dresses A dozen or so amart silk dresses made from taf- feta, crepe tie uhtme, and poplins, navy, Copenhagen or black, sixes to 40. These Goods Going for a "Song" Read the "Score1 Silk Gloves at '.'Niagara Maid" and K'ayser's puri: silk gloves, dome fastener, black, white, white with black points, sizes to S. Middies at Another new lot of Jack Tar Mid- dies just, received, some plain white, some colored collars, others black and white stripe, sines 34 to 40. llnfo Dry Towels 59c pair This is the first time we have ever reduced the price on these, well known double warp Turkish towels. 3xtra large size, white only. ..'.Faney Muslins at 15c A whole table full dainty muslins and ginghams on sale Satin-day for the first time. They come in "spot and stripe designs iu all colorings. Khaki Shirtings 30c Fine silk finished shirtings, resemb- ling pongee silk only in khaki color, 22 inches wide, splendid for boys' blouses, men's shirts, etc. Poplin Silks at These popular dress silks are easily worth at ;the present time, a good range of colors, including black. At this low price Novelty Neckwear 35c A travellers' sample lot of fine Swiss embroidered muslin col- lars, in_ all Hie very newest shapes. "Some worth 5Uc, others GOc and Toe 'Radium' Silk Hose 65c These stockings will outwear any hose you have ever bought, no matter what price you paid for them. Colors arts tan, black or white. Corset Covers at 65c .This is a special lot of corset covers about 10 different styles, worth up to all grouped for this sale at Hoc. Combinations at 65c Ladies' fine thread combina- tions, with lace yokes, with tight or loose knee, sizes up to -12, in Ihis sale'lot. of Special Lists Here Glove Silk Underwear Undorvests made from ihe same silk as Queen Quality gloves, colors flesh, pink or white, price ?2.25. The combin- ations, same material come at Vests, 2 for 35c Ten dozen ladies' vests with short or no sleeves, values up to 25c, all grouped at 2 vests for UDC. Corsets for 95c AVarner's Rust Proof, and D. and A. Corsets in medium low bust style, sixes up to 26, values as hisli as 3 days only at this low price. Pedal" on These Prices Special Agents for Home Journal Patterns RYLAN All-Over Aprons, They will go quickly ar (his price. Some three dozen, extra special, all- over aprons made from good -irong prints. 27-Inch Flouncing, That make dainty dresses for your kiddies, neat patterns oh a fine Swiss muslin. These are really worth Lace Brassieres at 59c Underwear Crepe 12% Two attractive styles in War- ner's Brassieres, with wide lace trimmings, sizes up to 44. -Ex- ceptional value. White crepe used ly for underwear purposes, about 200 yards on regular ISc quality A AVI ling' Duck, ode S 07.. Awning Luck, wide, even stripe, grey and r.avy, U2 inches wide and very scarce goods. ft Yards Print. Extra wide Canadian print in light and medium colors, neat patterns. This print is worth easily Joe today. Middy Skirts, For girls' sizes 6 to 32 years, Jflnue from a good quality jean, with shoul- der straps, large pesrl button down front, and pocket. CO. f We Make a Specialty of I I Corsets, Hosiery, Underwear j Toronto, May Herbert Ames, M.P., honorary secretary of the Canadian patriotic Tumi, stated during this morning's proceedings at the con- ference of Eastern Canatia branches j that iu us i be raised in j Dominion during to keep up the work of tho fund. The requirements from each pro- j vlnco for 1917. outlined by Sir Her- bert; will bo: Ontario or per capita; Quebec, or per capita: New Brunswick, 'or per capita; Nova Srntia iind Prince 113dward Island, or per capita; Manitoba is self-Hupportlnc, contributing per capita; Saskatchewan, or per capita; Albcrtn, or per capita; Hrltfah Columbia, or per capita. Sir -Herbert explained thai of the five nUIIIqnft required from Ontario I only would bu expended In Ontario, the remainder, liefng a na- tional contribution to meet the needs of tho western provinces of Alberta British Columbia, which can .con- tribute .only apiece, although It would lie necessary to spend n mil- lion and a half in each of these pro- vinces. The province of Quebec! Is also wcheduled to raise an extra FIRST PHOTOGRAPHS FROM DUBLIN SHOWING WRECKAGE OF BUILDINGS AND SOLDIERS IN ACTION, to help bear the burden oE Western Camuln. First glimpses of strongholds! The other picture The following Important findings of u svcvlal committee which met liusi night were today submitted tg and carried by patriotic fund delegates: '.I. That Hll-clljhllutw wiycis married before nnu w.iero they ft conuilled with the reauircmonlsi Vi T Rebellion, Tim ruined huildillgs ure Ih ose Hloni: Kden as seen Irom thfi O'Conneli ntonumonl. They show what lia.ppened wlien a- iimboat came up the Liffey and attacked the.rebel was actual fighting in Soutli Dublin, and shows soldiers onperating a machine gun. of the hind, bo oiitlllod to an allow- be treated as a mother married before oiil Kasteru Canada is impracticable. THE JUDGE'S COMMENT than for one Innocent man found anco of n month. enllMineni. lrat tho. central executive maximum rcBpeetfully ask your guilty." 2. That iio post-enlistment wives :j. That women whoso domestic allowance to dependents be not ex- n "Ves, that said the judgg be assisted unless the wife Is an BX-. dutlesMlo not require their attention ceeded by any branch, and that the "alu netenaing a.prisoner j so instruct pcctont mother; that while an ex- s.hoiild' ba encouraged to work ami central executive be urged to obtain charged win horse-stealing, im- jury; tut I shall add that In the pectant mother she be treated as u that no deduction bo made on account uniformity in the scale of grants from press upon the jury that. It Is a fun- opinion of.the .court it la probable that clitlilless wife, married before enlist- o[ casual earnings.' neighboring committees similarly sit- damental principle "of laW that ft is the' 90 giillt-y men tlread) merit, and when the child is bornalio a uniform scale Uirotich- uated, better for. 99 guilty men to escape capetl." J ;