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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8. 1911 THE LETHBRIDGE DAIT.Y HERALD PAGE ELEVEN Another Nbw Lot of Smart Coats and Suits Arrived Today Something that will make those who bought their Suits and Coats early wish they had waited. Half u dozen Model Suits, colors tango, mustard, i)amboo and navy, sizes IB, 18, 36, 38. Prices from $25 to $35. Be on hand early; they will be picked up quickly. All Iiicluded in the "20 off" Sale Another Special Tailored Suit Offer For tlioBo wlio go to InisiuGsi, ami for soiiietlhing DllIC&SV, we rocoiii-meiid tliQse New York Uiilor madck suits. Best quality fiiio twill navy serge, gTBy worsted or black with hairline stripe. All linnd with SklDiier's satin; sizes up to 43, ro-BUlivr $L'2 to .?2,S. Final offer $15 Any Dress Skirt in the Store up to $6.50 One final clean up of every DresB Skirt in the store. Best quality ali wool serges, black or navy, fancy checks and worsted. A sj/lendid stock at practically cost price. $3.65 3 pairs Lisle 1 ^QO Radium Hose *' �Eyei-yljody will soon be wearing Kadlum Hosiery-the kind that . pjjtwearB the ab-called guaranteed hosiery. Try 3 paii's lo-morrow, any shade. D.&A. Corsets 1 25 7 yds. Scotch i. worth 2.25 for * * Gingham^ for; ^ A new model D. & A." Corset, A . hose supportci-3, draw stririg at '^' top, embroidery trimmed, low, bust, regular $2.25. Sizes up-to' 28. Black SeudeC^ Button Shoes This is another special-Ladies' Black Suede Button Shoe-new Spanish heol. We aeljlthis ?G.O0 shoe ioT one .dollar less tomorrow and Satiii'Uay only. Mr.s. Ilorron will bo a C'alj^ary vi:;-itor (iir Ka.slev and will tic tha guest iif Mi.s.4 "SiAn-.X f'hilds, with whom her .sister, .Miss .Joan (liaiil, of Saska-j loon, l.s also slaying. Lady Klizabcth Bruce, daughter of ! llio K;irl of Iddcsleigh, is e.f peeled in | Cnniida shortly. Tlijs litird Knglish-woiniiii is going lo try \m- hand at Canadian farming. s- i;: :s CLIO.MIS-LF.WIS \ pretty wedding was solc/unized thi.s ufleriioon at ihf liouic of Jlr. David ("Irnils, 181H Hi.-clh .Aye., S., when his hrother, .Mr. William (,'iprii-is, was ii.incd in tnarriau:e Ui Miss Mary (icrtrude Lewis, ni Toronto. Hei-. Mr, ToomliS, of Uayniond, per-fornir.;! Ilii> cerpmuny. ! Mr. and Mrs. ('leniis will nvside at ! liayiuond, wlicre llie gronni i.s a mill-| er in tiie l':ilison Mills. � Clubs and Societies Dressy Walk- AC ing tan Gloves Dogskin gloves, 1 dome wrist, tan shaies, .fine soft, sKius;,..a dressy glove'sold'in some'stores for $1.50. Sizes Up to 7. See tlhese new pattern' Ging-liams direct from Scotland. A special display near:the front door. Values up to 20c a yard. 35c New Net Veilings New shades, the popular purple Included, worth 50c a yard any place. Ask to see the new Veil Fastener at 15c. On Good Friday; Store closed all day RYLANDS & Ca The: Busy Store \ .\ i.pry iiiiporlanl leachfrs' nioi-t- i iii'i; will l;n hcli.! in Kiinx school-i I'odiii 1onit;iil, when J{'.'V. .\. (i. Cam � croii will tal.c a review nf Uie Old TPHlaniciit in criiincclion wnli (hcj 'I'eaclicr Training stu(l.\. \ lioliparsJi.lwill hi- held in St. Paul's VU-A I.ntlinr.Tii (hiinli lliis cvciiing ami Kcrviii.' on (liiod l-"ri(la> eveaiinB' at H (I'cloc'h. �r- -i- y- I St. Cyprian's \V. .A. will mcl^t ioi: j spwiirj; al three o't-lofk tomorrdw ai- ! tcrnocn. .\ll lupinhprs arp nrgf-d lo I lie presonl. .T !an'd present the collars to past Chief Companions, Jlrs. Morden and Mrs. E. Arnold. In doing so, Mr. Dupen spoke of the great pleasure of this"h(S first visft to the order'and express^ his appres^ elation of the thriving condition of the organization and wished it every success. He alluded to the, faithfulness to responsib-Jlity while in ofTice of the past chief companions and urged upon them the duty of attending meetings regularly and doing all in their power to assist their successors in office. Songs by Miss Arnold, Mr. Dunk and l\lr. Shippingbotha^ji were enjoyed, after whicii cards and dancing were in order. The serving of light refreshments closed the bright affair. N'ot receiving tomorrow : Mrs. W. I-i. McCafTrey. V. if Mrs. G. L. Anderson is spending a days with friends in Calgary.. .* � * * �;Miss Klhcl Aird, though still con-lined lo her room with an attack of rheumatism, is reported much im-ptovcd todav. � , � X. a: .Mrs. Hastings, of Winnipeg, who is i� guest with' Mrs. W. R. Seatle, loaves tomorrow for Calgary. �Mr. and Mrs. William Bailey and (Jaughtcr, Klorg, leave tomorrow^ night for Calgarv, to spend Easter with Mr. and'Mrs. J. E. Wodell. Mr. and -!\lrs. Halpb Shantz have returned from spending the winter at Berlin and olbec eastern points. * :^ � Mr. Francis, of the merchants Bank stal! of Broolis, and fornierly of the local branch, will spend the Eastertide at "Sans Souci." YT. if * Miss Muriel P. Caffey is spending the Koster holiday with Jlrs. D. E. Harris. Na-Dm-Co Laxatives are different in that they do not gripe, ptirge nor cause nau.sea, nor does continued nae lessen tbeir effectiveness. You can ^ftlway-s depend on them. S5C. a box at your Druggist's. 178 . IfUlmal Druo and Chemical Ct. ^ ol CiuuiU. Umllcd. I I LiaLLin. I * >(! * I Mr. D. C. Leary, of-Hovelstoke, is spending a tew days with relatives in the city. S: * � Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Rmitli and I daushtcrs have retiirncal from an ex-I tended trip to Chicago, Salt 'Lake j City and California points. Mis. F. W. Downer, Westminster House, will 1)0 a violet ted hostess tomorrow afternor.n, when all the members of the Women's Civic club are aslied to be present, as this will l.-o the regular monthly meeting of the cl,ub as well. The Auditorium CI ib Ci. I. A. to the \i. of L. E. havi' issued invitations to a dunce in-the K. of P. hall on Thursdayi .April 16th, when--no doUbt the usual good time will be enjoyed. Report for the Gait Hospital for the month of March, 1914: Number of. patients in hospital . beginning of month........ hi Admittances during month .... 74 Transients admitted during the month................ .. 3 131 Number of patients discharged during month............ SI Deaths during the month ...... 4 Number of patients in hospital at end of moutli ............. 43 Transients discharged during-.the month..............11 .. > '3 :: 131 Lowest number during month.... 43 Highest number during month . . So Daily average during month;. .. 49!9 Number of hospital days for private patients . ...........252 Number of hospital days for ward patients, paying..........704 Number of hospital days for \ynrd patients, free..........� .. .. ,')01 Total number of hospital days for the month..............1547 Number of operations under geu- era'l anaesthesia............ 40 Number of operations under- ;lp: cal or no anaesthesia .. R Number of patients treated in outdoor department........ G Number of dressings and treat-. ments in outdoor department... 33 Number of hospital ambulance calls.............13 The hospital wishes to 'acknowledge with thanlis the following; contributions received during the,month: Books, Mts. Robinson; magazines, Red Cross Drug & Book Co.; one bunch bananas and one case of oranges, trustees of Hospital Ladles' Aid; four dozen rolls for .nurses, Peablos Bakery; two dozen'eggs for children, ML'Stors Harry, William and Cecil Swiugler; one case singer ale, Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Co.; three-y who wiElh to take their berths at ten o'clock. Those wishing tickets should apply to Arthur Hayr. Director of U.F.A. J, Quinsey, one of the directors of the United Farmers of Alberta, is In the city from NoMeford. The Usual Procession One drunk with an unprepoasesBlng air trod the carpet this morning and paid a fine of $1.00 and costs. Local Men Buy Mill The Okotoks Flour Mill bus been purchased by llessrs. Podger and Crow of Lethbridge, and Is now open and will be kept open for the accommodation of farmers. The new proprietors are expert millers, having been engaged in that business ever since they were boys.-Okotoks R-view. IB dalMtytliu- !Each Cube enclosed m a dustproof wrapper-everyone a meal-simplyaddhot water Splendid to work on-gpod for the digestion-a tome to the whole system. Cnbe to  Cap ;