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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MOS'llAV, Al'lllf. 1017 (Mff.r rfCHAI.M PACK NINE mi ail in i ii IWIANDS CO. Inclusively Lady Cordon ami Princess Garments......RYLANDS CO. EASTER GAR Special Sale of 500 Suits, Coats, Skirts and Dresses, and Display of New Gloves, Waists, Neckwear, Hosiery, etc., etc. Dainty Easter Neckwear Imvo never ehowu nuch on oxtciialYG array ol nim-Uy ncckwrar In j'Kirs. UveryllilrtB (tal's new bo foimil In our neckwcnr department. I'nlsley nml ROM ccorKi-ito crept! collarj. "Kliahl Kool" nnd tropo itfc tlicnc novollled, In tho wide [hi nhapca al 7'M! Also two speda) Hnos of embroidered voiles nnrl SwIsH muslin collari. Komo with fltc-l luce edges. 100 collars on salo m Itfc 75c. Everything that's new in Gloves for Easter The finest quality of French Kid and Sucilo BlovcB from Perrlna, DcnlB, TrcfouRHC anil Pew- while, ercy. (an. brown, wlillo and .black wllli self or black siltclilngs. pair .An exclusive glovo with Ihta slorc is Pcrrln's Capo Gloves In tlio now inasllc and grey shades. Heavy colored ntUchlng on lack, NEW SUITS Another Shipment of the very latest Suits and Coats Just Received by Express Today. Call and See them first. Botany Serge Suits on Sale at..... Another group of suits that are worth if bought in the regular way. Wo have 25 of them in some real smart styles. All new this month. Materials are English Serges. Colors, brown, navy, green, black. All sixes to 42 in this lot. Fancy Gaberdine and Serge Suits at 20 only. Suits in several real nice styles, some with belts, others pleated fi-oin yoke. Col- ors are grey tweed, navy serge, brown worsteds. Sizes 36-38- 40 only. An excellent lot at so low a price. JUSTINDAY We expect a dozen or so Suits byeachmorn- ing's express from now until Saturday. Ail the last minute styles for Easter. Novelty and Plain- tailored Suits at The best of suits over in SouLhern Plain man-tailored serges willi Skinner's guaranteed Also fancy suits lo please everybody. All sixes to 42. Be sure and see this lot. Some Real Clever Individual Suits at. If you arc looking for "some- thing different" in suits we would advise your seeing these novelty suits the first thing Friday morning. Sixes 1G-18, 38-40. Materials arc gaber- dines, poplins, serges, etc. Greens, golds, Novelty Silk Blouses Have you aeon the now sport orepe Mouses In our are the lasi uilnulc prcxliic- liuns or the famous "Mcyar and Knnx Waists" Lc ho had ONLY AT THIS STORE, Pi iced at to A: -ip special Is 75 crepe do chene am! fii.. .ii-n3. Just received this morning. They are on bale at fjil.75 I 'Betty Wales' Dresses in Silks and Serges Wo are doing n. dress business thOBC days and each day's eipreas brings us nevr lines. For tomorrow we arc specializing on a line of nil silk, and fine wool serge "Belly Wales" dresses, in all colors and sizes at mid !-il5.00 Nemo and Warner's Guar- anteed Corsets on Sale at Rylandc. RYLANDS Out-of-Town Customers Can Easily Save their Railway Fare at this Sale. MILADI PHONE 1224- Mra. W. D. Spencc ot Calgary, the organizing secrelary of Die 1. O. D. E. In Southern Alberta arrived In UIG city al noon and Is the guest oC Mrs. C. p. P. ConybearOi "lUvervicw." Tho board meeting ot thn Nursing Mission will be lield on Thursday af- lernoon at 5 o'clock in the Y. M. C. A. instead of Ihls altcrnoon. M. S. Smith who hns been leaching at Bow Island returned to Miss Davidson of Prince Albert h o guest of Mrs. A. Parser. I'ho wool committee ol tlio Alciau- r QaR chapter I. O. D. E. will glvo wool on Tuesdays ami Fridays jra ten to twelve ami two to five, at Sin Street couth. Members aro kccl-'lo meet OIL Friday to prepare r shipping and packing. Tho organization ot the new chap- r of the I. O. D. E. will be held al 3 ctlncsday In tho Y.M.C.A. Mrs. W.D. onrc of Calgary, llio organizing sec- tnry for tho I. O. U. E. in Southern berta will bo present. All intending Join thts cna.pt cr arc asked to al- nd tlila meeting as all present ivlll charter members. The cake donated lij Uio fcJfef soc- Mrs. A. E. Humphries-and clifldrcn have gone to Victoria, B. tor an ex- lended visit. A largely attended meeting of Wes- ley Auxiliary of the M. S. was held on Thursday afternoon, with the president, Mrs. (Jalbr.iith in the chair. The study of "The Story of the Years" was taken liy Mrs. W. A. Hamilton, after which a quiz, on the French work was conducted by Mrs. Drandow. Mrs. C. Cameron sans very nlcasinplv. Mrs. George MnrriBOn, -112 12th BlrceL leaves today lo visit friends in ;he east. The meeting of the JIuslc Depart- ment of tho Matlicsls Club has Leen postponed until April ITlh as the records were not .available. Ptc. Jock. Putnam who has been the Gucsl of "Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Downer loll Ibis aHernon (to visit friends in Medicine Hat before returning to Og- ileii Convalescent Home her home Mje on Saturday and At' this meeting Mrs. C. Ralcy was has accepted -a position on the city leaching The regular meeliiig of the history and literature department I Malhesis Club win be held The Alexander Gall chanter, I.O.D. home ot Mrs. Clias. McClcnaghan, G01 I2lh street tomorrow afternoon at 3. All members ol the Alexander Gnlt chapter, I. O. D. E., aro urged to at tend the loan cxnibit at (Jio Central school tomorrow and Wednesday af- ternoons. The children of the members of the have .secured from the national I Jlalhcsis club were guests at a very phnptcr their loan cxhlhlt of lilslorlcal Jolly parly on 'Saturday afternoon in llr- pictures. These illustrations consist nf wall pictures which are reproduc- tions in exact colour, facsimile of fam- AVcsloy hall. The party had'licou planned for (he Christmas holidays. but awing to the- extreme cold was oua historical paintings, depleting postponed, E0 fnslcad of n Christmas' men and ill' Cross society which was rafTlctl waa .won by Mr. llohsrl nusby, 622 'otrcel south.- Mlsi DEngwnll of Rooms and Mr. Uiisby'a cases were n. llo nnd each guessc'l am wllh the result Uiat Mr. Dusbj efiscd tho closest. The cake weigh IS pounds 9 1--1 ounces and brough the magnificent sum ot 920.135. Mr will lake charge of the cake til the owner calls for haltlc scenes, historical places. This, exhibit will be shown In tho Central School auditorium on Tuesday ard Wednesday afternoons from 4 to C o'clock. Mrs. W. D. Spcnco tho organizing secretary ot Iho I.O.D.ti. for Southern Alberta will speak on Tuesnny. Tho puhllc ore cordially inrllcd lo allcnrt Ihls exhibit to which no admission Tea is lei UK charged. THE FOOT TOGGERY XJIVES SHOE VALUE For all ages. Parl of the price paid on all shoes Is for filling value at any store. Properly UUcd shoes wear -longer-arid look belter while being worn Ihnn do poorly fitted shoes.; .pur s'alesmen are experts on filling for Comfort And Appearance. W. J. NELSON CO. SHERLOCK BLOCK. jarly Iho enlertalnmenl took the form of an Easier gathering. Games of every description were Dlaycil by the "Ittlc ones allied hy their mothers and members of the club. Stories dear In Ihc hearts of children were told In a very intereslliiR way hy Mrs. II. Dcnl- Icy and Mrs. M. T. Johnston. Mrs. Alnsworlh also helped lo entertain, the cliddrcii." The little (ots had supper it a large tahlc on the platform, Ens :cr chicks in.little basket3 made cun> nlng favors ,ind a large cnko sur nountcd -with'a big duckling formed the centerpiece. The older children wcro scrvnd.nl two large tables also decorated ;willi Laslcr novelties. I3e twccn foily-five and fifty lllllc guests were present at the parly. Vacuum Cleaning Tho modern and scientific', melhod of removing dirt front carpelr. furniture and hangings.1 WILL1IAYTRR. 1101 lllh Street South Phone 1830 Fret wade, a life member OL llio spctuly Liut sho was niiavoCdaLIy absent, so.on Saturday night the c.vccutivc journey- ed Lo her home mill presented her with Ihe cerliDcalc. Mrs. made the presentation and Mrs. Raley made L suitable reply. Mrs. G. S. Root, who has been visit ng JinlRc nisil Mrs. J. A. Jackson left on Saturday afternoon to spend (he wcctc-cnrt. in Calvary en route (a her' lome In Wclaskhvln. Mrs. Uool corapllnicnled while in the city by a number of social events hcing given in her honor and before leaving she graciously entertained her hostesses ai tea al the Enllors Relief sale. The ladies present were Sirs. J. NT. Ken- nedy, Sirs. Geo. Slaccy, Sirs. B. A. Mrs. O. K. C. Martin, Mrs. Tntum, Mrs. Osllund, Mrs. S. J. Shepherd, Mrs. A. Parker and her guest Davidson ol Prince Albert, Mrs. Hirers, Sirs: R L. Walters, Mrs. F. Wr Dovvncr, Mrs. W. II. Mnrra, Mrs. 31. Young, ilrs. J. W. McNtcol, Mrs. B.- Dawson and and Mrs. J. A. Thnt the magnificent work the navy 13 doing Is by Die people in this city was very evident on Sat- lalriutic decorations of A well slocked tahle home-cooking was very well patronized and brought In n large sum of money lor the cause. A musical program contribuled lo by Dona Murray, Miss Dorothy Lewis. Mlsa Edith Ball, Mrs. E. F: Layton, Mrs. W. J. Nelson, Mrs. C. E. Cameron, Mr. Ernest Layton and }lr. G. E. Fleming .was a pleasing feature of Iho after noon. A number of prom- inent men .and also several returned soldiers were noticed among those hav- ing tea and it .was very gratifying.to the ladies to know that Iho mop were sufficiently interested in their work lo attend Ihc affair. The cxacl amount raise it for (he fund hns not- -yet been determined but il will fee ahaut 5200. Tho ladies wiio so- 'successfully- organized ant! carried out-this sale were Mrs. E. H Wilson, Mrs, Startles, Mrs. J. A. Jack soii, Mrs. J.' X. Kennedy, Mrs. II Holt, Mrs. p. W. Downer, Mrs. R. S Smith, Mrs. W. D. L. IJanlio. Mrs. DC Veber, Mrs. E. A. Evert. Mrs. J. R. Oliver nnd Mrs. S. Ball. This committee is very grateful lo the pub- lic for their generous response, to those who took part in the program and the girls who assisted in serving tea and selling candy. t The exhibition of dancing given hy Im pupils of 31 Ess Gladys Atlrec on Salnnlay afternoon at HID Y. M. C. A. In aid of Iho Red Cross was a splendid success as not only did all ihc children go through their numbers In an excel- lent manner but the proceeds amount- ed lo The exhibition look place on tho gymnasium floor, around. which was gathered an Interested crowd of spectators.' The gallery ivci dance; Ailecn sworrl dance; Aria Stacey and Hilda Church, Taran- 000 he ployed was" one !n every 205. The greatest number of games lie .nllc; Ellon, sunbonnei.daiicc. played between games Tvon was Mrs. G. H. Harmon on behalf of the j This streak of bad luck came upon. lUd Cross society made a ahort ad-lhlm in the summer ot 1910. He has ciress (hanking Mfss and class j for their kindness. The young men of. the "Y" kindly assisted in many ways. PLAYING 'SOLITAIRE CYCLE.1 Games Completed by W abash Railroad Conductor. If Charles Conklin, iinsscngcr con- ductor on the Wabash TIallroad, nhii-j oaonher and player of solitaire, liyca anntbpr year he bpliercs lie will com- plete a cycle- of games of soli- taire, which he began in 1S37.- Conk- lln livrs In Decalur, 111., and he is on the Inst lap of his card playing, with, more than games lo bis credit. He claims the distinction ot being the only person who has over compiled a record of a lifetime of solitaire play-1 g. j This record shows that the average' number of games won in the first far recorded i tables. The averages further show- that once in every 25 games he Is able to put out more than one card. Most ot his games were ended, he finds when he had played eight cards on the top layout. Tradition.1; and superstitions about certain cards led Conkllu lo compile other averages from his lists of games-, Ho learned thnL a creat many Eoli-' players believed that drawing certain case cards Al Ihe beginning of the game meant that Lhe player would win. His record of games won covers, nil case cards, and shows the nee lo he Iho unluckiest case card-in the yacfc la draw at the beginning of a game. A king, he lound was Ihe luckiest card I for him aL the beginning. ulso well filled, dressed in white The girls alt and presented urday, when Ihe Bale held In Ihclprclly picture as Ihey went through Knights or I'ylhins hall nnd Lcth-j the various dances and exercises. bridge Candy Co. hy a committee o I From the liniesl one up to the biggest ladles In atd of Ihc- Sailors Ilollefi all semed so interested In the dancing Fund was so well attended r.r.tl p-lron-1 nnd IL'was surprising to noto ho% Izcd. Through the kindness of the graceful the class, boys as well as I .cUrtH-idgo Candy Co. a pcrccnlnge pirls. have become. They nil kept] the following hunling dancr, was given on nil saks of candy and In Ihls way a considerable sum ivas'real- ized. A five pound box of candy donated by this firm, containing a nanrtsomc brooch donated hy Mrs. Kwert was rafTlcd won by Jlrs.Gco Shirley, GIG Glli slrcel south, wl-oss step nnd oneslcp. The DaTlcL class! husband Is at Ihc front wllli the Prin-j earned ureal applause hy Riving tho cess Tass. The lucky nnmhcr was! rose tlnncc-, r.ymbal dance nr.il clas- 33C, Mayor Hardlc niaking the ilraw-[ steal ballel, chair ciercises and ccnlrc Ing; six hundred tickets vrcrc sold on perfect time with ihc music nnd dM not seem to miss a step even in the very dlflicull numbers. The Salurday aftcrnoon class pave numbers: Skipping, walking and exercises, waltz, two j this In the linll upstairs ten was served at a number of lea tables ccntrtd with spring flowers and so' popular was the occasion thr.t there was n rush for nccommotlallon all nf- lornon. The menus painted by "Mr. Soarca wero very tlalnly and greatly admired, a naulEcal -scene being tle- plctcO on each. Naval rncniillng pos- ters very nolkcaulc among the practice ricnionstrated liow Ihc steps for the Imltct nrc learnt. TJic iripli School class danced the fox trot nnd tho nc.w dance called the tdddle. Solo dances, each of which was gracefully anil artistically rendered, were flvcn hy Lorna and Adalr Simpson, Dutch dance; K.ilhtccn Gordon, crinoline ami flag dances; Emma and O. Green, Irish duel; Margaret Japanese dance; Eileen Waddinglon, nymph ON MARY -Mary had two litlle cheeks UTilch were as white as snow. _ So cTerrwhere.lhal Mary vrcnt Gome rougo was sure to go. THE LOOSE PATELOT The very latest trom Perls In the lino of modish spring druses. Look at Tongue! Move Poisons From Liver and Bawd at Once, Mother! Your child isn't naturally cross and peevish. See if longue is coaled; this is a sure sis" its lltlle stomach, lircr. oncl Dowels need, a cleansing at once. When lisllcss, jiale, feverish, full "nt cold, bad sore, doean't" rat, sleep or act naturally, has slam- nchache, diarrhoea, remember, a'-geu-' tic liver and bowel cleansing should always be the lirsl treatment given.: Nothing equals "California Syrup: of for children's Ills; give, a Irnspnonful, nn-l in ;i few hours all Ihc foul warlc, Lour bllo and ferment- food which I.: clODgcd In tbc lio.w- cls ot tho syslcoi, ami. you have a ucll playful child again. All children love ibis harmless, delicious "fniit and it never fails lo effect a powl "insidi" cleansing. Di- rections for t.-vbtcs, children of nit acca nnd growu-urs sre plainly on ihc bottle. Keep 11 handy in homo. A little today aavea a sick child loir.or row, bul get Ihc sciuiiuc. AA'ynur druggist for a RO-ccnt holt to ol fcrnlft Syrup of then look and FCO that it is tnatlc by Ihc California Fig ;