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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1911. THE LGTHBRIDGE DAILY HEIJAI-P PAGE SEVEN Smart Gingham and Percale House Dresses on Sale Wednesday This season our customers are delighted ami .siii'iirisoil at (he novt'Ily, iK-adn-ss quality and low prices of our "Elite" Wash Dresses. have improved the showing greatly by specializing within certain price HiiiHs, say. to and believe our stock is the largest and brightest in the city. For Wed- nesday only 20 per cent off Every Dress t r Tailored Serge Suits -Nearly Half Price Suits that ?ahl as high as {2n.OO lo go at nearly half price. Smart tailored suits, made from all wool Bo ttuiy Series, Scotch Tweeds and English Worsteds, all new goods this season, sizes 34 on siile Wednesday at......... The Balance of Our Skirt Stock Must Go We haro decided on an absolute clearance of every skltt In Ihc store, nothiug will'he res'eYveil. 'Skirts worth, up tp. 1 Deluded. .SergM, Checks" and Fancy Wednesday only........ Dress Materials from the East -I-ate arrivals in our Dress Goofls Department, Brccades suitable for black and white crowfoot chtck ccalioge, all wool Botany ir.d a choice let of new, Crepes, V'ponge and other (Q Materials; priced at 20, 25c up to f 1.50 a yard. RYLANDS CO. Busy Store MILADI Edited by Phones Res.1115 OiKcel224 DAKKOD1L kr.ovr, a little goidi-a qusca Tlial's, syic to come, months iutcr- vor.t Between her reign, long months br- Wilt coicc go. A blossom ilrcssfd iu cloth ol gold, Thai peers atoro brown earth's mould %s.rore another flower is Vet ivhra she we Accord unto her willingly, We love her so. yesterday 1 lootatl for her, Xq leaf in sight, no bird astir, Ttris hiorriing as 1 came her way waited and slie KCCIWJ 16 say "Ji's April and it's time to grow." Mrs. James Fisk and family spend ll.e summer at HrockviHc, Onl. Mr. Jolm Timm, Sixteenth St., N., underwent an operation at the hospital today. Gait satin, quaint Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fry, of Bar- rejoicing over the'ar-IM'ncli-Stauntoti 'rival ol a daughter, Henrietta Kalb- lecn, on 23rii.---Thfi baliy weiglia teii "iihd. a-half pounds, and-both motherland'child-are-doing jwrll. Ing-room. The musiL1 vas delighUut- ly brilliant. Mrs. Clarirua. Mrs. lil- tc-a, Mrs. Milvaiii, Mrs. M. S. Wil- sou, Mis. T. 0. Wilv.-n, Miss Mac- iUHaa and. Mrs. Mrjtyii, atd Mr. i'iJcs, teliie those who contributed. wMIr Miss MacMilIan and Mr. MacMHUn sc- If clicks on the vioHr, and Mr. Vic Hawkins favored the company with sungs. Dancing conlir.urrj until day- break when there was good eM- fashioceii Sic UoRcr tie L'overley atid i tirand .Margin which everybody ed" before bidding jffJfi''sJje to tlieir j host and hostess arjl driuti; away 1 iu the early dawn hh the tains pink behind ar.u Hie lyir.g while in tfce valley before them. Mrs. Heaton received in! a gown ol black salia wiOi lunk- ut cut jet and sonic line eld jewels, fcer tistet, Mrs. K. B, Clartsou assisted her Iu black silk net OUT lace ar.d biocaded satin and some exquisite Limerick lace. Miss He.iton, one of tbis year's debutantes, wore pearl and crystal.embroidered chiffon over. v.'hite "satin. Among the guests were: Mrs.-tt. pink chameleon v.ith frills- and trimmings of shadow lace and touches ol. black velvet Mrs, Peel In -wisteria satin and diamante trimming ?jrs. if. S. Wilson, in pink raJak-wUh-lace and touches of black; Mrs. pink satin with beaded blue chiffon tunic and sable Mrs. Steele, black" satin with touches of red Mrs. ililvain, black grenadine Mrs. with an ft Mrs. A. choir Icaticr ot St. Andrew's choir, was pleasantU- surprised by the members oi the choir last evening. After a short musical program, -Mr. Allred-Gurr, oldest jinembrr, presented' Mrs. Bryan with 'a handsome salad bowl suitable en- graved as.a token of the choir's I gratitude to-Ler as leader. j the presentation, dainty vi- [ands were served by the choir mem- ,bcrs, and bier games were in order ________, _._ until tho breaking up of tho party, exquisite pearl .irirfitnfog on ho dice; in, in a pretty of with American Heauly rose Cecil Jillbn, peail grey satin iunic of midnight blue chiffon crystal trimming Mrs. C. Lycch- Siauntcn, rose, satin in draped and 'crystal tulle trimming, with crystal band in hair and aigrette Mrs. T. G. Wilson, black silk Mrs. MacMillan, blaijk; velvet and BURDOCK NEWS Altai' April Fri- day :IO, a. musical cuing givbii nt tbo school house. The local talent was supplemented Irlends from Bow City, the pastor oT- Hev. J. A. Sinclair taking Ihc cliair. The proceeds wore In aid of the celebration to be beld on May 25. and the resuUs -were highly close of the programme and Eupper, Mr. H. Baron moved to now City, where lie" has taken up a new house. -Mr. Bert Morton, tms "ffone to Fd- monton lo work tor the summer. ealisfnciory. A danco followed at'the band is Not Neceitary fn Her Cast "That Mrs. Gildersou doesii't scorn to have any diplomacy at all." "She iloesn'l iified any. 'Her uiis- when the whole choir she a jolly good fellow." An affair of exceptional bill Nance took place oa Friday, 2lih, in the jen-liy and Mrs. Ggbrgu jHeaton al theic splendid country home, Park, Maycroft. The evening was ex- ceedingly fine and the many windows tof the.big slqae mansion blazed with lights in welcome to the numerous guests. The spacious, drawing-room being cleared for attractive cbsy-corr.eis were arranged in the II- braiy, sitting-room and hall and on _ wide verandas. The rooms -were j taslelully decorated anil banked with daffodils and spring flowers. Mr, and Mrs. Heaton with all the hospitality, rreceived their guests on the bioail steps ol the porcb, while Miss Heaton and Master Joe Heaton conducted them fo the dressing-" rooms. At midnight a recherche sup- per .served en bufie-t in the din- Miss MacMilla; white lace in doubles-tunic effect i.with trash1 britli- ant buiicrJfly jn Hdli blue satin with, tunic of cloth of silver Mrs. Ftirdhv, white silk Mrs. CTKooke j.Missrs Stewart, rose- bud muslin ;.31iss. Jphnson, black silk with heavy cream veiled in chif- fon; Miss Barrowdalp, -white satin with accordion-pirated red ''chifidn Miss Dean in a of pir.k 'raltn and draped cKiJTori and-'violets Miss Tory ijlui accordion-pleated nlnoh, crystal band in Wednesday Specials: Interest yourself in these money-saving daily sales of ours, and you will not regret the time and money spent, for we offer liberal values at low prices to all comers Men's Just the Weigh! for Between Season wear Stanfield's Silk acd Wcol Un- derwear, all scams welt finished and garments perfect fitting; two piece style In Gn-3 ribbed; sizes 31-32 to liss ForraaD. Do- minion IV. C. T.' U. missionary to creigners in Canada, oa her work, The- address, was earnest ar.d practic- al, and the audience gained some idea oi tie valiie and magnitude oi the work. A line program was also rendered consisting of a piar.6 duct hy Mrs. Shantz and Mrs, Kress, a recitation, by Mr. Dutlon, Iticl Ky'the Missps IJngard and reading by' Mis's Trraholme. Clubs and Sockties.. St. Augustin's Choral.sociely, will meet, in the parish. Ihis evening. A; very good .lUendaiicc marXcil'.ljib Westminster (fafld lof.'.KnAx chu'rch last evening, when ,1: Irv- ing-read .a very fine' paper on ''The Kulheniacis in A1 profitable evening was spe_nt-by :'all present. of oil girls interested in basketball Bill bf ritlil Thursday ev- ening, in the Young Ladies' class room in Wesley tiall. The juniors will ineft jl 7.30 anil bcr.iors at 8 o'clcrfk This meeting will be in coniuncjion with Ilia regular monthlj- mcttlng ol thu class. TiiO Xnrslnj; Mission will girt a at the liiinc of Mrs. O. W. jiob- insdn.lrom lour to six-Hiirtjr on Mon- day next, A musical program will be rendered and a siKcxand your- llwi lo tie Mil nelp.- AILED TO PROVIDE -A DECENT BUFUAL Prince .Albert, Saak., April Dud Murnby, father of the child whose body was found .bncloseri in a rudely made wooden bo'j: la a muskeg al Hudson's Bay Junction, vras com- mitted Cor trial oa a charge ot fall- to provide proper burial, and ugljt to Prloce Albert yesterday. He Is at present confined to tlin Doak in the jTpurt 11 Regular elltings ot tho Supreme Court of Alberta oiieaed here (o- day at ten o'clock. Xo official has been received as to who will oc-' cupy tbe but it is understood authority that Chief Justice 1 was not occupied. Th'e f TUUR OWN ORU6GIST BACKS THIS LAXATIVE The complete L-______.___._, Res vs. Blair, bhargcti iwilh horse- slealiug; R. A. Smith iTor the accus- ed.' vs., conspir- acy, but, no charged'.rjled; Poapst i Virtue for .defendant. Rev Allco Kerens, conspinicy U. A. If you only knew as much as we onr) who have used thein do about Recall M wp-jld be as enthusiastic chareetl, but no charge filed; abuutrecommendingtheraasirtarc. They Smith" for defendant. taste just, like cindy and act and Hex'.vs. JPSSO'Smith, obarged fi: McLelland for the with :p it free fro.-n U-.e lilmeals that'result ferjurj; .n., A.. BIDIID mr me sems- fromirrcgular Tney do 6 Hex vs. Prestbn-Lockhardt, ojiargea or ejcesEivcloosens. Tn.ashortfujie ith .'aJterapitd Palmer TEMPERATURES IN MANITOBA Af4D SASKATCHEWAN tOW IS MILDER Winnipeg, Man., April 28. High winds and quite cool wealher have preraiird througlittut Manitoba ant Saskatchewan" wiih an average cl degrees of frost in Saskatchewan from tho filtccn points anil 8.3 -in Manitoba Ironi the thirteen points, In Alberta, ibo weather lias. mod-: crated cor.sirtprablF, only Ihrcc Ia'uitoha, generally and Al- Buy .'if not' C. "p.-1 'P. Conybeare, K.C., will ap- thoroughly tell we will. pear as Crown Prosecutor. In Xo matter woman has been married to, a the teens rlgiit on eipecllng tint hu will even- tunlly reform. return your money withmit vest pocket tin DCIK; lOc, 25c, 60c. You can buy ReiallOrderliisonlr Rwall Stores, in this'town aaj of M. J. D. Hlglnbotli'em 'Limited. fair ,-ind cool in Saskalchcwan, fair, slMio'nery temptralnru in herta. CANADIAN MENACE ON MAILS OtlawH, Ont., April The Cant- dian Menace, An Anti-Roman Culhollc pub 1] cation, which re- fuserl fh0 mitllf; in common with The a United lias now to It published at Aurora.. The i lion of rates has itlll to tie dealt TfitU, I is Accepted. Corneinahd Compare Prices. THAT'S ALL Wright, the Jeweler ;