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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, APRIL 23, lOIS niE Lrr-HnRIDGE DAILY HF'.nALD PAGE MNB r It Pays To Buy At Rylands Because you get the new things first here. The stocks are complete and the prices are moderate to suit all pocket books. THE BEST FOR LESS. HOSIERY SPECIAL A special purchase of 200 pairs of Ladies' Colored Hose, suitable for present wear. A full range of shades including pink, helio, black, tan, brown, champagne, and pale blue silk boot style. Values froip $1.00 to $1.25. Special - - 75c COATS Ladies' Cloth Coats in all the newest materials such as gabardine, velour, serge or tweed. The styles are correct in every way. Full range of colors. Green, grey, fawn, navy, etc. Good fitting and at prices suitable to good style and workman-�fihip. $28.00 NEW EMBROIDERY Our stock of new Embroidery is now complete. Make your selection while the assortnfient is complete. A splendid range of flouncing suitable for ladies' or children's dresses. Neat designs and well embroidered on good Swiss muslin, 85c per yard up SILK WAISTS ~ Ladies' fine white Habutai Silk Waists in good quality of silk. Wash perfectly and give good wear. Full range of sizes. New goods but we want you to get acquainted with our waist department. Regular $4.50 for $3.95 SILK SKIRTS Ladies' plain and fancy silk shirts in plain and striped taffeta in checks and plaids or the new fancy figured foulards. A complete range of sizes. Just the thing for present wear. Priced from $8.00 up THE BUSY CORNER STORE YUANDS CO. THE BUSY STORE THE BEST FOR LESS SjjriiiK wimlotli now it iiuildiii).; way ,\li))iK llif) Innes of F'r nuc. And grut-iiiiig- leaf am) iinnnr.iM] n]\yny III HUddRll hrOCZCK -1; llri;, While ruinrt wiicro invlf; imulrili, clinK Avii hidden in their h]: ��� ..niulr.t;. That sncrnd BOil Treni v, Ihiuci; tlioy riso (JiVBK 10 lis iieod lluV. llfl'. Ani\ 30 shull il ijiiuio.-;.a!'.^i! ils Honp Mini face rl:: .'.�ifo; ;,'o Ifixn iiu'liH'iblf; tlin;!- iaiice Than is tlid spring liia! comos in -Mfiuriif! Mon-i/i. � PERSONAL O .;. .: : > �> : Airs. ?.iallis left yc.si c-iiyy mi iiomi f(/r (.'alKury lo visil inv :i siiort 1 inu-. m n * Mrs. r'uner of li.'duioiuoii in t.iir; HiK St III ."Mrs. Norton oi' iliii; cliy. m � * ^Irs. E. K. TlioniiiKnii irl' How JMliind w:is a visitor in Lndiliriilf;'; tor iln; iveok-cnd.    Airs. J, .V. Ilp.nderf^oii luul daiiKhior are vi.silinK Mr.s. K. ,1 ilindernon in How Island. * m 9 DoctOJ' dehor .Janiii-.-uii in ilic Kiii-versily of Alhtrta was ;i vi^ilnr in town yesterday. Air, .1. f). Iliginbothain is in C'al-Kary atieudinf; the fiiie-al of the late Air. James FindUiy. � * - Mr. J. N. McLeod. rliicf inspcei.or nndei' the I'^'aelorieH' aii^ is in Aledi-cine Hat and Lethhridfje during the wee'ic on an inspeelion tonr. He e'lc-peets'io rf;rurn t� ra!t;''iry on i''riday. v  V. Jlr. L. AI. Dosse. iraveiliiii? insjieetor for the Pioneer Lnmber ('onii)any, has bought the b\ingal : � � : .j. .;. -> SOCIAL EVENTS ? > - '^t ? f l> 4 : rimiie- on The f/rnnd v,ortli.\' matron u'lll pallor offieiul visit to Maple Leaf I'liap-ler Xo. 7. 0. K. S. at .S o'clor-k sharp .Ml inrui\wya iu.'il vi;,ilors are coidiul-!y invlti'd to lie. liresent.    The. Thistle Sewing Circle will nieei with Airs. Watson. tl'.lh SI. north on AVednesday afternoon for Red Crosis .sewing. j ... I The general meeting of the Math-usis Chit) will be held in the V. AI. C. ' A. tomorrow aftei'noon at ;', o'clock. This will, be the last meetint; of the; year when menioiM's may invite a guest. The art dejj.'irt men I will he in i char.ge of the i;roiM-aiii, This depart-nienl has been stiidyin.n the twelve niastei- pierce cif the Morld and will ] have these jiicnnes on (i.xhlbit. ' � � * I The first union nieetini; of thf C. ' G. [. was en iiiKiiialitied sncces.". ' Over one hundred 'teeii ai-'e Kirls as- i sembliii.t? ai the �Y" last i'venin,;,'. Airs, j Milks, cliairiuaii of the (xecutive cone j iiiillee. briefly cvjilained the pronratn of the C. Ci. 1, '1"! iiiid tile imrpose of the monthly union miuiiings, and (hen | introdiict'd (ihairniiin of the evening. Aliss I'uuliiie Steakiey. vicepresident of Hie Sonlherii .Alberta ori^aiiiv.atiun | of the- C. G, J. f. Miss lOdith Kijip was c'lected .secretary for the inisuing three months. After singin.g "Keep i llie dome Pires fiiirniiig." Aliss | -Jilaiudie Balderson read the Kcripttire ! . lesson; Airs, llodgins offered prayer:!" Aliss Francis Virtue sang "In Hie Garden of .Aly Heart"; Aliss Dorolliy Ktaf-ford was the accompanist for tiie ev-enii�t. Ams .Vewnian gal'p a practical (all; on "Fij'.sL Aid Work" deraonstriiled In-Aliases lidilh Kipp. Kathleen Bali. I Madge BaRkervllle' and Kisie Fowler, i -Alis.s Oow took cliarge of the physical j exercises, assisted in the gypi work by Aliss Murray_ in the folk games by I AHsKGS Armstrong and Airil. i All the girl.s of, the C, G. 1. T. organizations of the city are urged lo attend the union nie-'fings. The next meeting will he held. Alay snili. BABY WELFARE CAM- : PAIGN  : 3 About 50 jiRojile from motored to C'oaldale last Let h bridge niglit, the Great, interesi is being taken in the coniing JJaby Welfare Campaign whieh is to be held on Thursday and Friday of next week. May 2 and ."i, and . as e\''ery effort i.s being made lo luaki^ was aiJjiointed .secretary . of a social one of t)ie most successful eveiils ever held in the city it prom-I ises to be of outstanding intin-e.st, and value. Tlic Local lloiincil of Wotneii have taken the matter in hand and the mothers and babies should be out to do their share on those d�ys. as W(dl as everybody else. Filial arrangements have just been made for the campaign. There will be afternoon and evening se.ssions on 1 Alay 2iid and Hrd and lectures and demonstrations will be given by the doctors and nurses of the-city. A little mothers class will Illustrate the cnre of ilie bab.'. and there will tilso be demonstrations of baby idiarting. Another nni > The famous lupeslry depict in.!?- the conrfuest of lOngland by William of Normandy bids fair to have jnany rivals as a record of niilitury customs and coslumes. This motive, to chronicle the times, is. in a certain measure, beliind a new movement in England for (he revival of tapestry weaving after the war. it is proposed to hang iianels of tapestry in chuvclms. universities, public .schools, and other buildings as memorials to the soldiers und sailors who answered the cull to arms. These tapestries will depict in detail Ibe stirring incidents of the great war, und at the same time help to preserve for future generations much interesting data concerning Twentieth t'entnry unifornis, equipment, aeroplanes^ and so on, Alany artists and craftsmen will no doiibi be .lilad lo lake up the work, and a widespread appeal may soon be made to HliKieiils of literature, the drama, inusii', architecture. iiainting, and i sculpture, to'co-operate. Only tlie tin-' est designs and most perfect weaving arc contomplaled. OPHN CORNWALL CANAL Cornwall, Out,, April 5;!.-Ttjca water was let into the Cornwall Canal yesterday anil navigation in this secHon of the .St. Lawrence wili be opened on Tuesday. occasion lieing Hie visit of Airs. Cnv-ter, the Grand AVortliy Alatrou of the chapter who was making her official I visit. I   � , A most enjoyable time was spent and a most interesting programme put on consisting of Hie Hoxoiogy. toast lo our Icing and country by Airs. Loffler. song by Airs. R. S. Tawson, toast to our allii^s by. Air. Bass, toast to the grand chapter by -Mrs. W. 11. Tawson responded to by Mrs. Carter of Kdmonloii and Airs. Norton of Coal-dale, song by Air. i). L. Fav.-. toast to Hie Maple Leaf Chapter and our visitors by Miss ilelfeth, responded to by i Mrs. McCIeiKigliitii and Mr. Uid[iatli,} recitation by Miss 1-Ionneysett, and! God Save Hie KiuK. During the even-1 lug a presenlatiou of flowers and beau-1 tiful cut-glass vase was made to Airs, j Carter; also Mrs. Grahain, Airs, Mc-j Clenaglian and Airs. Nortoij of Coal-1 dale were iiresonted with bouquets. A very pleasing feature of the evening was the flag drill which was particu-j larly well put on. * i ablei way ill \yhich they attended to the j refreshments. j    i ,r. .> > > c> >c> *; > | ,� , ' � " .J , CHURCHES,AND SOCIETIES ? * , � � . ' .> .j. .y .> ; Jf those who are liousecloaning: come across any .l)roken silverware,; will thoy think of 'the gold and silver j trinket fttiid. the object of which is loi n.sr.lst Hie AVar A'eterans of .\lberta, | Any of Hie donations can be b ft iit : Mr. p'wcrfs store, or phone Airs, Alar-' (ill. J4,'>l). and a niessengci- will cull j for them. PI 1 M Hawaiian Guitar Charming recollections of Hawaiian guitar nmusic are carried away from Hawaii by people the world over who hav6 visited that wondrou.s, entrancing Island. The Hawaiian Guitar is an instrument easy to possess and easy to play-it has no'equal, either in itself or in combination with mandolin, banjo, or Ukulele. We have just what you may want in small musical instruments. 'the home of the VICTftOLA tVERV STYLE-EVERY PRICE and thousands OF RECORDS FOR VOU to select fROW iCimiti^ The menibers of ilie:Xext-of-Kin are| .'isked to nuM'l tomorrow- evenin.c at ; ?.;!() in the Red Cross rooms for new-j in;;. ' ' ' \ �^ *  . I A nioeiing" of Ibe Girls' Auxiiia;y , w'ill be.ihelii at the home of ,'Mrs. | Starnus, 7r>0 'Tth.^Avenue Saiiitli, to-jiiBlit a"t 7-8" sharj). .Ml the' junior members of the Sir Afexander Gall �*�t�)i(er.i. O. U. tis Avell as all in- EVERY MAN TO HIS TRADE AND EVERY KIND OF DECORATION FOR THE HOME INSIDE AND OUTSIDE We carry the best and largest stock of stains and varnishes in Lethbridge, including Valentine's Valspar, the varnish that won't turn white, and will stand the test of boiling water. Berry Bros., Liquid Granite, Mander Bros. Durable Outside Spar and other high grade enamels including Golf Ball Enamel. We also make a speciality of Paints in all colors and we have the kind of paint and Auto finish that v/ears. Tahi about Paint!-Come in and HAT DYES. see WELLINGTON BROS. The Decorators-Sherlock Buildjng 1844 ;