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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta VUIDAY, 191W THE I, E T If P II11) fi E DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE New Goods on Display To- morrow For The First Time To Reduce the Coll of Hosiery Buy al The Busy Stort. Wo havo told you "bafurp, anii are going to keep on telling you, flm't Llils Klore can Have you much of your lioeiery ex- Wlieii you ,mulch our dose tliu price will be (Uglier, mid when you mulch our prices tho uuality will be inferior.' As ,'un example wo mention seyerij lines of WOMEN.'S HOSE at and we urge you to compare tfioin M'Kli anj; 35 r values oul- SIITG of iivmiitlM, Choose From: Full fashioned black Sen Is- lund cotlou Hose will) 'high spliced-heels and double DictJmia at Gauze LiF-lu Hoso with double JieeJs and joes, whiLu and Ian; per pa Light weight SiJk Lisle Hose i'n blaclc; double Keels and IOBK; per pair Seamless, black Hose with, high spliced lipols and double boles; pair COC ..-Other lldse far tfO ftft liavn 'been holding back a lot of New .Men-handlne on count of the atilR, und Ilic moving alioiit of (lie1 dlfforent menlH. Now tliii.1. w? fhrouBli with Hie cariM-ntiirs and 'ualiil- oi'B, Oiumi crisp, nc-T.1 will be brought out. ol" tholi1 boxea und.. jllnplaycd for .tho I'lrst time tomorrow. White and Black Wash Materials Juat tnlto'd look tlimugh any of tlio lutPHt Hooka and nottco how mnny limftf) you' see lllack and nViUbrlals men- llynod. Wvcry smart drosser will have a summer I'rocli of tills 'ncut anil smart color oomhl 110.11011. BLACK ancl WHITE VOILES -Viral, stripo und diamond puLLerns, yard. I'er yard BLACK and WHITE DIMITY Oror clieeV with neat ornd block ilcHipiiH; Special pin- yard 35c Another shipment Summer U'wear This time'.wo are making a special showing of "CumTV Cut" Vests and Combinations. The straps cruujoi off Iho shoulder. Another new. line Is While JJarbrisgan Combinations and Venls. Tlu'.ie anil a few Lisle GaiTnenls -c-ome In ail lo 4-1. CUMFY spe- cial lisle vest :il also two numbers of combiniUlone, one at fiOc, and qua sit..........-.-'..... BALBRlGGAIv! UNDERWEAR Just live proper weight for early sprijjg ivear; VCBLS nnclt; ahorl or no slpcvo coin- binatioiiE. Ijolh special a.t 65c Something new in dainty Neckwear Kirst of. all '-they are iiiexpenuivp; Ihen {hey are vrry dainty materials, and'smart'styles. Everything new In Collar and fnff sets; High If 1 are Back..Collar..Now Cellars and new cfl'ec-iH in the papula r'LUy Cellars. LILY COLLARS made from a lieary prgahdJe, .25c COLLAR AND CUFF Nest SWISH GinbroidereLi vnrv pcr set, Sue A New Lot Of LI D S For The Kids Jnat tnko a peek- in Ilie bife North will see Cloth and Straw-Hats for the boys and girls in countless atyl'os and colors. It's the finest stock we have over aud tlio prices jire ejceptipnally.Jow 35c, 50c, up to The Corset Shop Has These Bargains Ready For Saturday DOUBLE SKIRT War- neat embrolderoi] tops; a spec- ia] 53.25 Corset' on sale aL.......___ LACE ?4.50 line of Corsets, with, ventilating .back, OC Warner's sale NEMO slight figures; no straps, .but elastic our OC regular line clearing D. AND A, lines all new this week; high, medium anil low OC long skirt, very special per'pair... 9 I >OO CHILDREN'S Misses' Waists ;tjvo special lines; one.line 20 to 2G'at j 75c; for'blffger girls a-Corset Waist at LARGEST STOCK .OF CORSETS "IN -SOUTHERN ..DISPLAY. Rylands Co. PICTURE BtJTTE still Hack. Generally speaking in the south -or the tbe cuLwoniis About 50 per (.-cut. -of wheat setil- are not so prevalent asvO.iasl year. ing Several farmers j North of Iron Springs out-- field was net yet .started tO'plant, prefer- riiig exi-r'a-wirfacft cultivation. '.with a this view ,tp -.exterminating weeds and worms. owing, to SoniB fields early sown arc showing lint year, but more care Ts heing tak- deiiudcd or young the There it. no increase ii- aa'case this year, most farmers 'plaring in less of green, but the majorityare en in soil cultivation, than; usual. QUAKR BREAD CLEAN, SWEET, NOURISHING YOU .SHOULD SERVE IT OK YOUE .A25LE THREE TIMES A DAY TICKED FOR: 37S AND HAVE THE DRI VER CALL. LOOK 1FOK' THE LA J3EL ON EVERY LOAF: MADE BY JOHNGILMORE The Hcighes liiros 'froin Coaldalc, ire operating -their half section year in the lioiic oi participating in dollar "lecturer visited_ Bat- tsrscp on the 25Ui inst-, h'it resi'dcnts were too working to attend, his astronomical deliverance, liar'diy." a dozen iiirniiifr out On tnc Sundai- following he gave.a lecture on prohibition lowed by a dissertation on stars, planets, etc., ;is on the: preceding night. There' is yet n'o oi Road Fore- man Ainsw-orth Hxing up -the River bridge coulee ,or- .yet dale Irail. What is the II. Optimal and fiiinllv ant moving t. llu'ir new homo al lail'J Kounli av-1 ismie (odny. The liidies of ilH1 ClirlbLluii churcli are hsivhiK a iluv" minify siilo ill Polls' olil hi mid on Tliinl venue if- j 'morrow, unit wiii fiavf ;i Mni? asso muni nf yooil Tlio rn inn n! nmeliu'i of ilie Women's Relief SncJcty Mixfllou will lie held in the V..H.C.A. OH .ilumluy ;il 4 o'cloclt. The, public mv in- vited lo aUwiul Iho monthly mecilim j of tlie board oC dirnuors, which m'il I be held :iL U.uu p.m. The cumuliUrc in of, the ladies' al I hi- Y.M'.C.A. 'nasiunt, lias tlcuidH j'nnt Mien? will lii; no visitors1 urU week, as I ivas suggested at prarticL'. i I'Hifi class session will In? conducted) usual, but ilic talk'iv closed j j tu visitors. Ludics v, !in mU-ml In members of Un-, class for the }muiilii of .May iJimilil hand in lliciri names to Mrs. scr.rclary of the Women's Civic Hub. The, ladies of UK- riiy iirt looking fonvard ivilli lo ilio home" and lea, UL whic-li .Mcsdamps ,1. K, Kculer, A. Hall ami an? to be the lioslesse'J. 10 lit1 in -Mrs. Rpmer's now Fil'lli avon.ue home, lo- I morrow in'i) nr the Nursing [Mission. The hostesses 'will assisted W. Hohinson 'and Miss "fil'ley.. reKiicctiviHy uresi- Idenl and siiijernuetideiii. oV ilm Mis- sion. buve htan to i.'lsiy n- choice select ion ol music, nnd a silver collodion will bo recGivcct. TJje annual incciiiij: of the. Women's Miasinnary Society of Wesley church 'was held 'yesterday afternoon in ley Hall- Tltc pnncijwl item of niisi-} ness was 'the election of blliccca ior the'ensuing, year. The list oi officers follows: IJrcs., C. K. Urajidow "lir-sl v'icc-prps., Mia. Dan- iels second vict-prc.s., R. 10 Skeith-; recording Mrs. KIpp secrciary, Mrs. Giil- hraitli treasurer, -Mrs. Haley super- intendent, ot piviin' Mrs. King, pianists, Mrs 'F. Kress and Mrs. I-L -l-L; Mrs. Cobblcdicli was elected, to UK- branch meet- ing in Edmonton- fti with MIK. Redmond as -ari filternalive. The mcctuis then took the form of a social parsonage. Mrs. Coh- hlC'licE' hy Mcjidaincs Crhlhraitli. Ur.iiidon ykTiUf, Daniels, Ralcy, Lovcrins. Miss- Livings Lawso'n assisted in servility Johnston arid saiif; anil 31 at'thc -piano. 'be by the Indies oC St. AngiiBtin's in the Parish Hall this is a humorous sketch of ruraljife'.. The dissensions of "the Ai'd and its iva] "tlie Ladies' Benevolent Associa- their dramatic reunion; Qf- ords mucli amusement.- The cast of characters is: Buiterfield; Miss Bawden; v-h.irlina (her Eleanor Walsh; Mrs. Dn -'Bois. Miss Ashton; COSTLY FIRE At RIDGETOWN Hldgetown, Ont., April Early last evening fire caused by a.h.olbox In a machine to'ally deseroyod the three-storey brick grfct mill owned, by A. S. Blight. Tlie-ioas is part ly covered by insurance. BRINGS A TRUCE A song inlo which a Welsh soldier witli a magnificent voice put his heart and soul brought about a temporary truce during (he fighting near Dix- mude, recently. The soltjier, who writes of the incident says: "It was ,1 miserable night. A heavy r.iin had ruled -the trenches Knee deep wild half frozen mud. There 'was no sound except the 'plot1 of n German bullet against the earth of the parapet and the crack of a British rifle in re- turn. "tVe were unprepared for any break in Ihe dull misery or our' routine. when out of the darkness' came a voice. K was a merry Welsh- ballad called 'Hob y deri sung in as fine a voice as one cau'i'd hear oh. the jslage. !i was the. cheeriest sound I j ever heard. At tho end a rbunil'of ap- I plans e c.inic ilOM'n Ilie trenches. But imnghie our surprise I o luHir chipping and culls for more in gbo'cf 'English from the German trendies." 'There- upon ilic gRllnm Welshman gave us 'iUnlru "Meanwhile, we rsftlixud Ihnt. not a shol narf been fired Ir; either aide tltir- inp tho sons- had forpollcn al! about, war. So a bargain was struck wilh Ihe Oei-mans tlmt if Hie Weigh innn would ftlvo us another s6ng, liei- side would Tin: suiy jnore un'fJJ (Inylighl. "The Uilrd song was 'Hen Wlad fy Nhadau.' It was, Hie first i time (lie national anthem aver Jienrrt on (his dismal FJrijnlsli J morass." u iiisn; ijn iiiibs Mildred (her Helena Simn- members of-Woman's Aid aouiety, San ford, Miss Simpson. Airs; Phelan, Miss'Al. Hanrahnn; Mrs Margin, B. N'immons; members ol the -.Ladies' Benevo'lcnt society, Mrs [Tibbets, Miss A. .Bawden; Mrs. Pevi Idletcn, Miss Llentley; .Miss Brymner: Mrs. Gran more, the minister's .wife, Mrs. Ste V.ocal peleciiona will "be given by MiSs A. Bawden. Messrs. Rrymner anil j Cooper, and the Mandolin club, with (Mr. nrymner as director will furnish several A pretty wedding took place iu St. Creek, ear ]y on Wednesday morning, wheirMiss Catherine E Cyr, only daughtev of Mr. and Mrs. Adolphus Cyr, became the bride of Lo.uis O. Methot, ilie Hev. Father Pilon pfflclatins. The bride, -was attired in a modish ulue travelling suit, was given away by her father J. W. Harwood supported the groom. Mr. and Mrs. MeLhot I on the morning train, and after honeymoon apent HI visiting in Van- couver, Seattle and other points west, viij lake UD _ their resi- dcccu in thuv wvi.. SATURDAY SPECIALS Saturday at the Hudson's Bay Store is always a day of special values--to-morrow is no exception An Ottawa mar- riage of Miss .May Roche, only daugh- ter of Hon. Dr. -I- Roche and Mrs. Hoche, to Mr. Wilfrid Cnrllsle of Hipeg, son ot" tlie Jsiues Carlis'ii, R.N., of Portland, latterly of Lon- don, toolt jtlace in SL. John's Anglican Chuvch. O'wing to a recent bcrcnvmneiu iu the family., the cere- mony was of nitlier a quiet iialurL-, on- ly the relatives being in attendance. The Rector. Hev. Gorman, offi- ciated. was given .-ay by IIT Were her travel- iy costume, ol gabiinllno antlsa Uiorn hat, Iriminetl nilli French flowers. Her corsage bouquet was tioniposeil of pink voselwids. Imme- diately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle left for ihelr home in Winnipeg. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Car- Islu and Gerald Carlisle of Mon- .rea'l, a slslcr-in-Jaiv .of the gmoni, were present at tho wedding. KILLED BY TREE L'clnionloir, .April a tree vliicli he was chopping, failed to. fall, Vlbert Pictz, of Rahbil Mills, climb- 'd into its branches to it. The stock broke suddenly and the fell, cam-ins pJclz to ihe with it, killing him. Grocery Specials 35c 1Cc 10c Tomatoes; tins i'ui Coin, I'eas or J'ea I'ur tin Ci'OifSe ti Ulauktvcl) linporiiil JtoburLsoji's J'Jnoapjilo .Marmalade Van Camp's Soups; Vi Mock Turtle, Chicken Price enuli CALIFORNIA FRUITS Tlie beat Kruii ilnii we can of far to iitniivhi-rries. Hoyal Anno C'lierrii-K. Lemon Clinp rea- ches, drapes. Apricots niul Sliced Purlieu; liei; 40c value. l.ililiy'B I'lnpupplc.: Rice; pouinlH for Corn Klakws: piickeis lor ftoinan .Meal; Por packc-i late, 35c 25c 25c 25c 40c 38s IGc 25c ]W pound rifillL'd Oil S 'tor St. CharJcH. 3111k; per tin. ._ Uaclt Hmruu Per ponni) Swift'a iSni'pirc Piunii- Should- ers (Jut'ir or ivliole piece) per pound fresh Ivffg-s 3 dozen Cor Crisco; per tin 05c mid Lever's Caslile Soap per bar Sunlight Soap; 11 bars for 23 bars for Lux; for Pansliine; 3 for Gold Dusl; Is, Per packet Apples; t; pounds Tor Oranges; Per dozen 15c and Fresh Celery, Lettuce and Rhu- barb Daily. Rocky Mountain Cherry Trees Will be here May 5-6-7-8 Jfncky .UoitfKiut) Trcoy -.viJI on .May Mil, 7tli Sill. Will, ovrvy Jl.fill ONE CHERRY TREE FREE WE WILL SELL THE TREES AT 20c EACH; 3 FOR 50c Special in Sheet Music For the wi.'i'k L-iul ;iro CeitUiriiii; a KM-CUI! of Shoel .Music, "fi popiihir new ilUilllicr.s lo I'kvii' uiil nl 2 .shuiMs (or..... Candy Special Mun's Oxfortla, val- popular "K" QQ makf. pn- pair.. Euats, values, lihick or all ffyfl sixes, jicr Lmlics' DuLiou DooiB, liin for [iiiii1 Oxi'onLs. splendid Chwo- Jates. IKT Ih. Silk Lisle Sununpr [.lose, all tulnrs; 4 ft _ O riving Deliciou.s ussorlinoni. of dUterenL kind-; and ftavoiv. fresh new Sal- urrlay special; Per pound 35c Gloves, hoiivy C" 4 pair., v Shirts, firey ['lannel Whirls, soli Collar, rrench cuffs, racf? 15c 35c 35c 25c 50c ....S1.M 25c 25c 5c 25c 25c 410.00 size ply, c Scotch 13nips Kode, 'ixLend jn- ches, ball ends; Price each CUw Window Shades, color dark aizc Olass Water Pitchers, col- onial design, large size Water Tumblers, culonlal ;w spring 65c New Linoleums and Floor OJcloths Just Opened Up! I'cr dozen Ladios' Suits, newest fab- rics, nicely tailored Ladies' Corsets, new spring model, white coutil: Slile price Children's Dresses of pret- ty striped gingham; Sale priuo 51.25 Messnline Silks, !S lovely sbades, 7Q M jnclie.s wide f C Hand Bags of selecl- ed Leiulier, blnck 4 C A and colors 9 I i9U 3 Brush .t Comb Sets In neat tuse; per set 60c Clearing Out Prices on Drug Sundries Palm Olfve Soap; 4 per take ___ IUC Piilm Olivo Cream; OE per jar ww V 2 pound bar Soap', per har Le Verses pure French Cas- Lile Suap; S bans for Olive Oil and Cucum- ber Soap. S bars Rex Floating Bath ,3 bars for Shampoo Powders (bearing war tax stamp) cam- box Hauviertis Tooth Paste Rouvieres Oatmeal Cream or Face Powder Powder, Cream or Soap ColgntH's 75c Per- fumes for OUC J2.UO 1'orfumeH for .....S1.00 Toilet Water Jl.-'iO value for oOc values in Toilet Waters for Lever Bros. Best tilc Soap, 4 -bars "for.. S'-.Z5c REAL BARGAINS FOR SATURDAY SHOPPERS You are Lucky to have a list such as this to select your wants from. Sterling Qualities and Unbeatable Values in every item. True Tallies in the Dress Goods Department 40 Inch and White Checks, Skirts or Suits. Special per yard...... wUv 52 inch Black ancl White Cheek Suiting's .i Good per "yard. -9QC 44 inch Pure Wool Serges 59c Surges are going to be high. Buy now al the lowest .urics. Par yard.......... WWV 27 inch Fancjy Crepes llr Quantity is limited. Women's- Natural Pongee Waists Best quaiiLy Pongee, new styles. CO Saturday each Women's Black Lawn Waists Low neck slyles. sizes 34 Lo 42. ftfl Special nl ................9 Mil Boys' Extra Henry Ribbed Hose Sizes to Per pair............................. Ribbed Combinations 35c i'ine Quality Combina- tions 45iv.. Women's yelvet- Fiiiish Coni- binations 85c Boys' Shirt Waists special at 40c Plain Tar. Drill und 'Uliie and while A (I ft Stripe Clnimbraj-s. Special HUU, Buy Linens Now at These Prices You will pay a great deal more a little' later. (IS inch. Pure Linen Damnsk.............. ..60c 70 lileaelied Linen- Damask.-.........'. .90c' 72 incli Bleached Linen IS inch Pure Lineri IS inch Heavy inch Tine soft Embroidered Linen........90c inch fine so'fi. Erubroiclered :iti inch Bleached Butchers' Linen ..'.........35c. Big Lot of Val and Torchon Laces Vulues up to on sale at per yard............... 4c Hundreds of Hats for Girls and Boys Straw, Linen, Tweed and Felt, 25c and upwards Simpson Company, Ltd. i ;