Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
l', FEBRUARY 27, 19U THE LETHBRIlHiE DAILY II EIIA MJ PAGE NINB We Sell For Lcss-Save the Difference Splendid List of Saturday Bargains Ncu> Goods on sale Tomorrow only. We want you to pay us a visit on Saturday and see all the new arrivals in Dress Goods, Wash Materials, Silks, Shoes and other Spring Merchandise, These 'snaps' should be an added inducement (or your presence here on Saturday. 200 Yards of Pure Linen Tor- t chon Lace worth lOc to 25c vL These Uerman Torchca Kites at Hvu ceiJU a yard arri a sen- sation. Any otlier day In the we oh we get fro in 10 lo 2-ie ;i yard lyr theie. yards tomorrow up to 5 iuchcs In width, 3 mils a 95 iiiclies wldet flno for underwear, Saturday special at I'c n. yard. Corsets Like These are sold Elsewhere for Here A new Co net-from one of Canada's foremost corect iuiii Jonp stirt. all sires up Eo 28. Absolutoly the best C'oifcCt barriln over cffercil in this tiiy. Children's Fine Wool Cash- mere Hose on Sale Saturday 25c to ail a! the riuo-RUjboil Cashmere Hosiery lor children. Colon kind you ]-ay 35c for usually. Kiroa, t price. Maco Cotton Hosiery For Women on Sale Tomorrow A splendid ivearins Cnllon Hose, black or tan. with unlural soles; also .1 Hue cf Maro wlih doublo soles, worth regularly x'te. KSzcs 8'i to 10. .liiEt the for present wear. 25our Xew Suit so KAR1A in .the season. The you huy XOU' weifi ordertd last Noveui- hcr, The kind Rylinds Co. will ai-R still In the workrooms dor, ti Any new loucll or style tendencies will lie mi tleae Princfts and Wiii- Sufis which >vc Ciipect 'ibont March lOih, TAKE OUR EASTER 8 500 Patterns Free Tomorrow Iltght tho fiont door, easy to get at, will be foiled COO pallerne. These aro yourd FREE fur the tlmD tomorrow-. Nothing lo toy: simply drop in.' have a loot around at ail the new anything you choose your pattern.'_. anil walk-; out. Kasy, Isn't, it? Coat .you nothing .but the effort. The Men's Department Now In a Separate Room liave been keeping pretty quiet atont our .Men's ll 13 rounding into sliaiie nicely now and ne'arc acldl-ig New Spring (Joorts daily.. Make us a "cet acQiiainleJ" visit tomorrow. trc are showing.- Men's Made-to-Measure Suits, Workmanship Guaranteed up Separate Dept for Men's Wear Only Rylands Co The Store MILADI Phones Rcs.1115 Office 1224 While passing on life's rhfquerc'l way, A rosy juld to few. I met if vrry plcassM Two bunny Ike. Tlicy met my l.io'1; sieadily, They ar.U Uiih sw-H a tleplli ot Oh, honny cyrs of tlcc A ready buahter iij ilu-ir liepilis. glance so clear ami true, tl.e slijOittvit Kroui bonny eyes of Oiuvard along [iaUi f The figure faiSp-; from view Hut in my will Ihr liintiiy o' blue Arui.ilel. Miss.l-'.irne wen is ill i Kr.-i; Vi.e above lulion has been hv a_ rusntcr of in j HiiJ, alter ilue vuLs-iilcrylicn and hav- ing Amateur Oceratir MK.HV were nut preducing; ei.c inn Ue-j 'tided in lavor ui ll.e rtquc-ii. Hfh'rarsiug will at ur.re Jin Hie the ablf direction ol Mr. Ildipcr, ItLe opera uill b? lutd-'.rii iu Kasur "Dorothy'1 is UIM full o; comedy. Jts wuuderiul tone anJ liie genius portrayed its cojicerlftl 'will if-ii'lilv rud favor l-othliridge audiri.us, appreci- ation of cultured ni'isic is nell lUblisheil. The h-jiisnt u! the [complex Mtualiuiis this excellent cannot fail 10 attract. Those desirous ol [n this ivill be uotifjpd press to tl.e date of the rehearsal. 0. J. Court it? entertained it Montana, is visiting wjih his afti'inoyn alTair yesterday. Mr. and Hohcrt JieycoMs. '.Tez and tUcii Ijablcs were jbiildtn and a social lunir j tvas enjoyed, aitci ilQiulv tr-a Mr. and Mrs. ll.ivelork K. .Maxvell and two c'nildren have jr.turncd from an extemleil x'isit in Nova Scoua. hour tritles were ser.c-d. The sate of social held in the Fifth Avenue Itaptist church yes-1 SATURDAY SPECIALS Groceries For The Quality Cupboard At Sharp Savings TomorrQw--Read! True Economy in Groceries is in the buying of such high grade goods as the following at these low prices Mis. .Moutlie was tusiws ul tctday afternoon uruleri a tliii.iMc tea nn Thursday aileir.con, the auspices of tie Ladies' Aid, was in objection uiih Si. Andrew's l.ad- a financial success, and program, 1 Aid. A ii-i-.f was spent (hough the number of iter.s was not; i.i sewing, after tvlifch dainty refresh- large, was rendered in splendid style, J me.'.ts weic seivcil, the hostess -while the refreshments were abundant was assisted hy Miss 1.. I tasty. The laeif. wish to (bank rail, who cotttrib'jtC'! tij the .success of TI.e .Misses Keyuolds entertained Thursday cieMJng at a miscellaneous shower in honor oi Miss Hummer, Clubs and Societies The. regular monthly meeting ot the Lctlihridgc Jlihislfrial association (he Cupids and hearts nere appropriately m decora- tion, und guessing contests and music cjijoj'fd by the I went guests 'present. The honor guest was the bc Iicltl in vestry ol Kr.ox ?cipienl of many useful and pretty j church on Monday rcorning, March jgifls. The serving ol an invitjufimenu A PaP" M''ll fcr tcad bV jcuneluilcd the bright tiitaii." J. H. Francis. Mrs. G. 11. Altliam, of MacIeoiL was the- hostess of an enjoyable whist jparty last evening" at" which there i were, present guests Cumbering, in the :neig5iborhood of thirty. Mrs. JJ. Pcr- i ry. acd Mr. IJcrl carried! oft 'the principal jiriics, the consolation to Mr. A. Day. Mrs. A. Kaiser, ol Matleod, cu- I tert-ained more than ,1 score of her Mady Iricrds at a very dclighflul thim- }htc tea Tliursrlay aTiernoon at vrhtch was assisted hy Mtsst.1? Elder and i Bodkin. _Mrs. Kaistr o.vpecls. to 'tav? aboui tiic hrst o! April for'Calgary, where her husband is now being In- stalled as staff ?upfrintendcjit ".of the Ilurfson's Hay company's new store, i The paiior social givea-ntf Iioine ot Mr, and Mrs. Huff 'on Thursday evening bi' UJG Ladies' Aid society ot jthe ChrLstionichyrch, was- avdccidcd The spacious hotne'ivas pro- j fusely decorated with tulips, .carna- [tions, sweet peas anrl potted plants.- A treat is promised to all mem- bers of the Yojlnj, Ladies' nible class oi Andrew's- ctuirch tonight "at seve-n o'clock. A business cieeuui; of St. Cypri- an's Woman's Auxiliary was held in the parish room on Thursday after- noon, when the ladies decided to meet every Thursday during Lent for sew- ing. It is hoped every member will make a special pumt of attending all of these meetings.' T One of the tnoat successful niiyf- togs ever held in connection with Women's Missionary so- ciety was that held on Thursday af- ternoon. The adcr.dar.ee was very large and two new members .were enrolled. Mrs. J. U. Gray up -the third chap- ter oi flie study tdqs'vcry anly, Mrs. William Francis cleverly con- ducted the "rpm. comer." The ladies A delightful program ol music, hold a missioriarv'evening ings ami contests occupied the foro- part of the cver.ingT .Delicious refresbmenls were served and the whole affair was grc-alr Ij1 enjoyed by the larae msmbcr prcs- icnt. in (he r.dar future.. A well attcr.dpd and interesting prcs-1 rnceting of the Women's Mis- isior.ary society was held on Thurs- day afternoon, six new ntein- Tbe Conserva'lorv oi Music, has'! vvcre Mrs. C. li. Dan- arranged .to present- to the SaVC a most Address Ipiitlie, the coincdy opera "Dorothy" hy Alfred Ccliior, througli fho cour- tesy of Messrs. Chappc-11 and Co., I OCZUPJKf WHEREJWeGW? ,1 AND 90C1ETy WOMAN'S PLtlCKV CAPTUKt OF DESPERATE BURGLAR Mr.', FciUon, widow of the lalo Fred Fontou of Toronto, grappled with an fntriidcT in her home In the nlshl. -She wfls'nlone in the house with Iv.n cliildrcn nr.il a rr.fifd, when ehe heard a jiuisu in mi adjoining room. 9hc rjufcMy opened tn6 door 6f her room. At thn snmo Inslanl a door acrota the ball opened and.Mrs. Fcnton face to faff wilh n burglar, .lohn Oowaiu. She tho.lnlnider kinl (hey both fell doivrmlair.E. Ifrnaofly htr jrrip and (orted Ibo man into the nfllco fonr.erly by the dorlnr.' Tlien flic Van fo liio street ond'calterf for hely. A man n A ffnV fteL but tbt; woman woulrl noi loi the mnn go lo Mra. Fftnton'fi assistance. Meanwhile llio burglar forced tlio door of the olTleo and escared acrcM Iho vorainiah. TiHr rliase then commenced, fleeing man knocked over a cilSucn Iried lo ?ton htm, but was eventually Mothers: Often at WitVEndi to find a safe, nourish- ing food that with the baby that'has just been weaned. Is''an .Importanl and on proper food de- pends the future growth and heallh'of ttie chHd. Grape-Nuts prepared as fol- lows has'Often solved the per-., ptexing problem, t Place .one or two teaspoon- fuls of Grape-NuU In a cup of hot five minutes, at off the ElquFi) port Ton and add a lilMe sugar. Feed thia "liquid Grape-Nutft" to the child. I Milk and anrf rr.ore of' the softened Grape-Nuts nuy be' added later on. This food is convenient, econ-' and safe. It Is worthy a' trial, especially otfitr "Infant Foods" do nftly make, good. j. "There's a Reason" tfrocers sell Crape-Nuts Canadian Ponlnw Cereal Urf., WiniJsior, Ont. on a rbapler from "The King's He- sources.'1 Mrs. Daniels was enthused subject and has the rare sillily c-I imparting that enthusiasm fo her hearers. A solo by Mrs. Davsbn and a pi duel by Mrs. Hittord and Mrs. II. H. well received. The ladies i decided to hold an 'At Home1 evening in ihc near future. On Mouthy .evening at eight o'clock Principal DyrTe, oi Hoherlson Collpgp, will lecture.on "Shakes- peare and in Kr.ox churcb. scven- tbirty Mr. El. Young, 0T the Conservatory of Music, will give an organ recital, wlien the. following program will he rendered b'ecoud first and second movements. Kinder. and niann. Spring Meditation in I) Clair. Musical be provided dur- ing the evening ntirt admission yj twenty-five rents teiiig taVon. Jligh school and (Uade Vfll. pupils admit- ted on complimentary ticket. The boys of .Sunday school. fillceri j oars of were a banquet on Thursday evening hy trie lady teachers of Urn school. Tho Uhles hirly groaned with thrir hunirn o( Rood tilings (o cat, and (lie hoys did. ample justice lb tbfl poml things provitfed. j The (ircirtrrt In organize a noys1 club and fit- up a room at the Cli'ircri. ttlitre thfy meet racii Tdesilay niitlil. This rooiii is intend- ed as an alluring spot for HIP v.hci have nothing to do in ,Uie even- will to Two Cans L'tovpr Leaf Salinoo Two Caris Herrings in Tomatcc .Selected One pour.tt Codfish 1'cr iiouiiti 4 I UC Car.Ulun cry Uuttt-i. fionnil ]Mfl JiO-Jllda (JOOfl -I A f? Two packets Ko.ia! (.'row n St a 4 CM v Jenkins' .Slock and IVikiy Jarga and juicy, yor I'iump. 4 Qft Applet case ___4> I .OU 100 Ib Sack of C1 7ft Oyster 9 I I U Jxci- Ktller and Uoui> Cure, Boot and Shoe Specials Wine Dept, Specials Men's Elk Bluchers Mert's HSuchers in selected Klk leather. in laironO black, smart style- anil toiti- QQ fonablc -ihtlng last, litgulur Ladies'. Smart Bluchers Ladles'. Calf HlUfhcrs. in new spring mod- Jin lit-eli1, all in ihc QC Boots of service aad quality, res. I Children s Bluchers IlbyVand Girls' IJos: Calf Bluchers, splendid. cither tot Retool or street near; smart -I Guinness' Stout, doz, FS' Stout. Fester's boUUne, tlue lineal line iiuuurte-il, as a ionic-, reg. i J2.5rJ dozen; [XT Smokers Special Hudson's Bay famous "Admilurera of En 1'erfcctos, the tost lOc cigar on the mar- ket, a cool and delightful smoke; 5 for.. Low Prices on Pipes U.B.U. and M.R.C. Freueli RrEar silver mounted, the finest b'.O'.vim; Cf these well kcown pipes in tliy. Make your selection at One- Third less than regular 11 rices. i House Furnishings Axmmster Rugs I31) of tliem. We had to take that quantity to get this special price. Beautiful rich loo; a regular rug. QC Size .......................3> I .03 Pro Brussels Rugs Not maav of these pretty two-ply Scotch Rugs: green, lavender and French greys in bed- room effects, sizes QC up co flT.'A all one price Dainty Window Shades Yellow uludcw Shades neat pet-in inser- tion, 2" wide, mounted on KOCH] roller, Size 37x73 Dinner Sets Reduced Full J'T-piere set Hiclyway's "Pyrmont." Seoii- Porceloln China. Pietty design, C rtotDii Dome Fasteaprs lOc o Skeins or Cards Mending Wool 7 Uoni Hair Pins Pi-ice Helding Kilo Floss In While, 10 for Company. Shantung Silks 500 yards heavy qualitr Shantung Silk.' hill 31 Indies wide. This Is an esreed- Wgly sood value at 75c, per Han; Switches Just otioilt 100 of these -JB" Hair Swilclics rial human hair, all natural hair shades, 4 OO Regular value Is 55.M I (tic hnys will grt up ilc- hates, ask public men in lo artiltfss atirt pciicrallj' sfek U> improve i as well ns a Ulme. Tlir blficers rhosrn IIi'Tior.Trj' Hfv. .1. u. Francis. IT. II. r-.'nnllsli. Walton. II. ii. at merlins well fur the success ol .lip FUNERAL OF MAGRATH LADY .Mngtalli, Feb. funeral str- .-ice over Ihc remains ol the late .Mrs. OoWspinks, daughter of .Mr. nud Mrs. C. 11. Karren, was held last j Klder A. Mercer, first j cottnErtlor lo Uishftit llarVer I (Iclstlng. Kl'lers 0. A. Wooliey, L. Oiblj and A. Slercer n-ere this speak- iers. The music wns mDst beautiful i ronslstln.; of the following cambers, ''TlicriiKii' Deep'nin? Trlnls." "Mill Scenr-fl ot Confusion." nnrt "Heel for tbe Weary by the cliolr. "O ftrfive, U Thy solo Mis. lArn'o, and "licslsnullcn" by Homa, James O. Bridge. The.llorsl offerings were numerous antl Joiely. Interment waa Tnntie In the' local cemetery. Hie o-jtof-loivn mourners "'fife Mr.'pnd Thoinas anif Krma Karrea, of Tlio MarijUis of Salisbury, aHdrfbs- ins Herefordshire ohamber of coinii'.prre, iieilarrd that if (he lan'l owners arf (leptited of their authority ai'd power, they will spend, no more, money on laud, bul will sell ami >jnit.