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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta lift! WPJ>N15SBAV; FEBRUARY 28, 1917 THE LETHBRIDGte DAILY HKRALTI "Something Distinctly Different" -Always at RYLANDS What the "Fashion Shops" In the East; are Shoviringin Novelty Blouses Another letter from our buyer now in Montreal giving you a hint "as to the blouses he is sending along." See. these New1 m-*-.. fa. 20*. .9.7. Russian Blouses �,� Threei or four" different numbers nuW in.-letock of "something distinct, ly, different" In b|ouses for early spring wear. Plain white voile, or fancy striped materials made up in the new; Russian peasant model. Deep flttrlng pepfum to be worn over the skirt.' Belted at waist, and slip over the. head style.' No buttons.! Size? 34 to 40 only. Priced j�j yjj Many Novelties in Embroidered Voiles . Right now you may select your new spring voile waists and be sure of having an assortment, which Will be the best of the entire season. We are making' a special showing of the better grades of voiles for tomorrow. Some exceptionally dainty convent embroidered numbers at1 g>C A A 2.95 to .................. e)�)�UU Messrs. Ry lands & Co., Lethbridge, Alberta. '� I have just had the privilege of going through the finest range of novelty blouees shown in Canada and in the course pf a week or ten days you may expect a "first" shipment to take care of the early spring business. Words fail me to describe all the fancies of the moment in her various moods and tenses, the popularity of Georgette Crepes, with the introduction of many brilliant colors, orchid, melon, rose, etc., being the outstanding features. As to styles-their numbers are countless-ruffles, tucks, and eyelet embroidery, with" a touch of bead work on nearly every blouse, gives you the whole thing in a nut shell. There will be beads and beads on everything, dresses, waists, bags, neckwear and even hosiery. Large collars are still greatly in evidence, front frills will soon be a thing bf the past. 8leeve styifes are due for � big change, antf from what I saw in Chicago, the old "leg of mutton" sleeve, will soon make its appearance. Trusting these ^letters may prove interesting to our customers and promising you a style review of the dresses I am going to look through tomorrow. I am, yours sincerely, V W. 8. ADAMS. Rylands & Co. Lady Gordon arid : : :/:.: Princess : :>: Garments : For the Particular Women The Busy Store' Nemo and Vfarnar : : : Corsets : : : for Spring. : : Are Now on Display. PAGE PHONE J224 Thursday Mornii.^ SPECIALS Mrs. A. Maoleod is leaving today to spend a couple of weeks in Banff. The annual meeting,of the Macleod I Presbyterial of the W. M.S. was hold i in Knox church school room yestcr- . L.. Hardle, mayor of Lethbridge. In the opinion of President Marnoch, expressed- at, the. conclusion pf the grain commission hearing yesterday, the question is not .whether the commissioners should recommend an elevator for. this point,, but how big it will beahd bow/ soon' It will be built. The ''statement, was made as a result of the jevidence of farmers and drew -applause from the gathering. . f' nf .h, !�a[nn w &Vlce-Pres...lJiitted Farmers of Alber be resent for? the, session, but. bas|+,. m~,�~u~ TT.W^.  *  ;'+> NO FOUNDATION IN THESE ' � CHARGES Wliifilpeg; Fob. 28.-The public accounts committee yesterday passed a resolution declaring that they found "without the slightest fo^ndation,|n fact" the charges made by O. S. Gull-bault ','agalust the gpvernment and the'contractor working under the goyerjament,'' '.: Tha^ulMosk 'Are Coming I els, land you have a well, playful child' again. When its little system is full of cold, throat sore, has stomach ache, diarrhoea, indigestion, colic-remember, a good "inside cleansing" should always bo the first treatment given: Millions o'f mothers keep "California Syrup of Figs" handy; they know a teaspoonful today saves a sick child tomorrow. Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," which has'directions for babies, children of all ages and grown-ups printed on the bottle. Beware of counterfeits sold here, so don't be fooled. Get the genuine, made by "California Fig Syrup Company."-Advert, A most en.iovable time was spent Isst evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Farrow, the orcasinn heine the celebration of the 13th birthday of Master Eugene Farrow. A physiology contest in which the prizes were won by Jessie Hamilton and Olive Attains, was fplloved by a series of games and violin. and piano numbers. About 11 o'clock a'delicious sunner wah served bvjh.e hostess Mrs1. W. L. Hamilton. The hanpy groun dlsnersid after- Wishing Eugene would have a birthday, every month. The following guests were present: Margaret. Strac-han. Ze"a Dunsworth. Mariory nonrne. Amy Wicks, Jessie Hamilton, Evelyn Hamilton. Luzelle Schad. Ledn Sch"d. Kenneth Strachan, Alex Aitkins, Lloyd Dunham. Percy Blunt and Donald Whittaker. I Quantities of snring .flowers deco-: rated the home of Mrs." M. Stanley Mc-: Arthur yesterday afternoon when she entertained about seventy at the tea hour. In-the ball there was-a rustic: basket of daffodils, in the living room, pots of cyclamen, bowls of mignonette, and palms and ferns, while in the dining room the tea table was artistically arranged in a color scheme of yellow; a silver basket filled with daffodils formed the centre piece, surrounded i by strands of smilax, .yelIo\V tulle being effectively used,to further carry out thB color scheme. /The hostess, wearing a smart frock of vieiix rose taffeta, the bodice formed of Georgette crepe of the same shade, and a corsage x bouquet of violets, was assisted in' receiving her guests by her mother, Mrs. Tripi>, who wore mid-night blue shot taffeta. Mrs. J. Norman Ritchie, in navy heartburn, acidity 'Pape's Diapeps!h'*TFixes Sick, 8our, Upset Stomachs in Five-Minutes. REV. MODERATOR OF THE PRESBYTERY For Coming Year-Rev. Wright of Pincher Accepts Call to Cranbrook You don't want a slow; remedy when � your stomach Ib bad-or an uncertain I one-or a harmful one-^ypur stomach is too valuable; ypu musn't injure it with drastic drugs../, ' � .1 Pape's Diapepsin is, noted for its speed in giving relief; 'its harmlesB-blue crepe de chine and lams velvet nG8S; \t8 ce,rt,aln> unfailing action in hat,vushered the guests to the dining regulating sick sour, gassy stomachs, foofe, where Mrs. C, F. P. Conybeare,.' millions of cures in ^indigestion, in black brocaded crepe de chine and black hat, poured te^, and Mrs. J. G. Robertson, in pearl grey crepe de chine ovr,r; aiid black velvet hat with white os-prey, served the ices. The-assistants -were Mrs. F. E. Fisher of North Battleford, Mrs. R. R. Davidson. Miss Npra.Nlblock.ol' Medi-cines Hat and Miss Lottie. Wood. Little Misp" Betty Church opened the door. dyspepsia, gastritis and other stomach trouDie has made it famous the world Mrs. O'Gara, reiict^of the late Martin OLGara,.Q.C, LL.O., vcho for. thirty six years was po%e- magistrate of Ottawa is dead..'!$, The Sulldege Are Comingl Keep this perfect stomach doctor in your homo-keep it handy-get a large fifty-cent case from any drug store and then if anyone should eat something which doesn't agrea with them, it what they eat lays like lead, ferments and sours and forms gas; causes headache, dizziness and nausea; eructations of .acid and undigested food-- remember as soon as Pape's Diapopsfn comes in contact with the stomach all such distress vanishes. Its promptness, certainty and ease in overcoming I the worst stomach, disorders is a reve-i Jlation to those who try it.-Adyert. The annual meeting of the Macleod Presbytery was he'd in Knox church on Tuesday, 'the following members being present: Rev. Dr. Ferguson, Supt. of Missions; Rev. G. H.'Barrett, Grassy Lake; Rev. A. C. Bryan, Taber; Rev, Hillis Wright, Pincher Creek; Rev. Dr. Gray, Blairmore; Rev, D. K. Allan, Coleman; Rev. ,T. Kennedy, Macleod;-Rev. D". J. Craig, Raymond; Rev. W. C. Marsh, Nobleford; Rev. W. S. Inglis; Rev. H. W. Stevenson, Cardston, and Robert Henderson,. Pincher Crook and J. R. Oliver, Lethbridge, elders. Rev. G. H. Barrett, Grassy Lake, was appointed moderator of the Presbytery for the coming year, Rev, A. C. Bryan, Taber, was re-elected clerk, and R. Henderson, Pincher Creek, was appojnted treasurer. The following standing committees were also appointed: Home Mission and Social Service-Minister of Knox' church, Lethbridge; \ Foreign Mission -Rev: J, Kennedy, Macleod, Convenor; Religious Education - Rev. Dr. Gray, Blairmordi convenor; College- Rev\ A. O. Rr.van, Taber, convenor; Budget-Rev. G.~ H. Barrett, Grassy Lake, convenor; Church Property - Dr. Gray of Blairmore, was appointed-interim -moderator over the Pinches-Creek congregation. The Presbytery decided to request -the .WomenlS; Missionary Society ot the church to provide a Deaconess. for2� work within the -bounds of the presby.j tery. i ,^<.l ^ The following were appointed asl^ commissioners to the general assenv? biy to meet in June at Montreal: Re'w-W. M. Chalmers, Cowley, and Rev. 9*' =11 H. Barrett, Grassy Lake, ministers, ftp with Robt. Henderson, Pincher Creek*1 * and J. R. Oliver, Lethbridge. elders.'; A very full discussion took place* . on all committee reports, especiallyji-t} on that of religious' education among! -j.-j the young, the presbytery deciding tn^ii continue in -session another day si"--' that all points could be dealt with. - ?/ The presbytery desire to thank ttfej-} Women's Missionary Society andj1,' friends in Lethbridge who extendedjr,-; hospitality to the members from ou't-v side stations. .' ,. . The Bulldogs Are Comingl HOW THIS MOTHER Got Strength to Do Her Work. Fair Haven, Vt-"I"was so nervous-and run down that I could no't do my' housework for my .little family of three. I had' doctored for nearly two< years without help, One day I, read-about Vinol, and thanks to it, my' health has been restored so I ani; doing all my housework once more. I am telling all my friends what Vinol� has done for me."-Mrs. James H." Eddy. Vinol contains beef and cod liver* pertones, iron and manganese pep;. tonates and '� glycerophosphates which'; creatp a healthy appetite, aid .diges-tion and make pure blood.-J. H. Hig; . inbotham & Co., Ltd.', Druggists,- Leth< 1 i intimated he would leave his present charge in the middle of March, Rev The Bulldogs Are Comingl CURES SKIN APFECTIpNS; One package proves it; Sold '' guaranteed by above Yiswl� "'I