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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta I'HIiUY, JAXUAUY lli, 191 i' THE BlUDCE 1) A 1 L V II KHALI) PAGE ELEVEN Third Day of the Rummage Sale Saturday Will Be a Banner Day at Rylands For Tomorrow we have added :'riew grist for the mill." We realize that to keep a sale humming for nine lucky days we must give our custom- ers new bargains every day, so on Saturday You will see bargains held in res- erve for Saturday Shoppers FirsHluTe will In1 Mill Ends of Pol- _ ler'.s i'liiiious English Prints, worth :t yard lor Then we will Kivu you iinotln-r hiix of (hose choice linen Torchon Lac.cs, worth iiji (o iibe, for per yard.............. A sniiill lot of Ivorinc cure Ondits, also Jlirrors, Powder Boxes, wofth up to oOu :uul 75c..... Yards more J-'loiincini? Kmbroirtiiry snuJ ilainty Cor.sof Uni- broulurv worlh ill) lo 75c Be sure to get a coupon Tomorrow A of the balance of (liose 25c and 35c Swiss HainlUeri'liiet's, for (hi1 last time tomorrow................ The lincsf lot of Men's Xi'gliKec Shirts with soft collars, attached and detached, for Men's Kxlra. line qualHy Klas- tic. Knit Union Suits, every for........ Children's Knitted anil Crocheted Wool Toiiues, nil colors, wortli to for A coupon with every sale Tomorrow A Rush "Price on Dress (iooils Avnrtli to :i yiird. Tomorrow youi1 choice" SUKFKTSK On luuidreds of Bargnins not ndverliscd. Snisill lots priced for quick, clearance. -Another Batch of Bargains on Monday Rylands Co. Conducting a Nine-Day Itiminurgc -Sale. MILADI Phones es-IMS Office 1224 I often wonder, inoUu-r loves l'r> to the garret where a ouiiLoard stands, And ait upou tlio' om.fiy floor and wtep, Holding n drc-ESPs lu her hands. 1 often wonder, grandma loves lo sit Alone where livings a picture on the A handsome late, across whose !f-a- lures flit The phantoms cf ji love she would re- call. 1 wonder, too. lhat sister, rale anil sr.d. Walls at thc sale, and nailing serins lo hear footfall of tlic bravo, hr-rioc tVho nevermore may woo her waiting there. ho Elril time this Quaullll of crimson caruationrf radiated color aud fragrance lu drawing room. ite llic hosless received, wearing a becoming black and white silk poflii, The viands were si.1 nod by .Miss Beryl Ntinmons, in dainty ro-io eoll- .e and black beavtr hat. with roau mount, atnl Miss Hamilton, [hi daughter of Iho licme. In :i sjnart navy blue frock. Mayor aud Mrs. W. u Hanlie :terUined the ictiabera uf Kr.ox ctoir on Thureday evening. Thirty- four guests were present, and eiH'fue- was enjoyed, the fa voi s beJ r.y won by Mrs, Jarvls, MSss Mucntuf-r and Mr, A. E. Glb'Gu. After Iiivlilnu dainties had been served, Impromptu musical numbers "were- in ordtr. voiceless ck-alli arc now a last' Tlic ilulo sealed; Tho Ija'jghiy ing fclet-ii; j Tho lover's bones bleach on a battle- fieM Ar.'l broken-hearttd worac-n live to weep. Mi. and M. i east, to six weeks visit Ing (n 1 Chicago and Milwaukee. j c j Mr. 0. II. Harmon, manager of Iho I Hank of Montreal, returned on Thurs- day afternoon from a trip Miss Melniyre of Ntw York is the pucst of her sister, Mrs, n.. H. Staf- i ford. Mrs. J- O. Wilson and Mrs. Slarne.5 SHORT-LA1NG A pretty wedding uas solemnize it in St. Cyprian's church at E even-thirty wht-n Mrs. Elizabeth Lai UK becnnie the bride of William Henry Shortt. lieutenant of N'o. 1 fire brlgjiie. bride, who looked vtry charm- !ng. was given away by ijer brother, Mr. Lalng. She was attended by have gone'MlEs Clara Mr. Tom oee opposite page tor news or the FINAL REDUCTIONS for Tomor- row-tlie Last Day of arid a Grand Finale to the Big Annual January Clearance Sale at Hud son's havo returned gary. from a visit, in Cal- Short supported the groom. Rev. Canon McMillen performed the ceremony In the( presence of quite a number of guests. Lieutenant and ?lrs. Short will re- iJe in the city. T. H. Fleet wood, E. II. wood and Claike. An announcement of much interest is the aifproaclilng visit of Mrs. Nel- lie McClung to LctlilirfdEO. On ThiiK- tlay, Hie 22nd, ehe will give a recital at Knoic oiurch, under the auspices of the Central Women's Christian lioranco Union. .Mrs, has endeared hersfcU lo a'l readers In her The Junior TV.A. ol 3L Cyprian's I works "Sowing Scads in Church will meet tomorrow at two-1 "Tlio .Second and Clubs and Socicllcs iMrs. Kelly and chiiuiyii of Medicine Hat, aro guests with Mrs. K. T. Itroad. P. II. flowers and Mr. H. C. western inspectors of the Hank of Commerce, aro spending a few days at the local branch Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Wilson, Sixth, ar- enue. will move, before Iho end of Uie I month into their handsome new jbun- galow on Ninth street, t Miss Edra Smith, Glenelg entertaining at cards next Tuesday evening, in honor her house i thirty, in the parish room. All young girls arc cordially invited. The Willard W.C.T.V. met witii Mrs. Brlcker on. Thursday afternoon. There was a fine attendance, and after the "The Blact .Creeir Stopping Place." These have obtained .1 fame from ifax to Vancouver, and have accorded their authoress rcosl cordial recep- tions al (he recitals ehe has held. Gifted not only as a writer, but as a transaction of routine business Mrs. j and endowed with a pleasing Unswortti read a Sjilentliil paper on personniity, she haa created a host of "The CWW !n the Home." Dainty re- returning to work and victory lias boon won by Hie government in tlie uitli tlic I'cdrration of Trades. The iron hand oi the p'rm- I icr. General l.oms Hnlha, was still m evidence this morning at .Jolian- Tnemlicrs oi Iho The Woman's Chic club will enler- tain rhc women visitors in the city I during the Farmers' convention at evening affair in tho Y.M.C.A. .The entertainment will Hkcly take placa on Wednesday evening, Mr Earlo B. Sloan has his position as of Wesley church Lois, the little daughter of Mr. anil Mrs. JoEci-h P. Tracy, entertained a number of her little friends from foui [o six on Thursday. Games "of. al kinds were enjoyed and a dainty sup- per uas by Mrs, Tracy. Tho.-e bidden were Christine -Xel SD, Lorna Simpson, Dorothy Smith _ Doris Stitt, May lllglntoiham, Mtirle UnginboUim, Dorothy Stacey, AvI I Staccy. Hctli Virginia Ids, Violet Gant, Hilda Churcli.' Crawford and Mabel McAdoo. Many indeed 'wcrrj the vlaHors wh called on Mrs. U. V. Rylands oh her al home day on Thursday. Mrs. Wil- liam McCiure pourpfl ten, tlio assist- ants being Miss Titley ami Miss Hig- Inbothani. tt 4 n. Wcaloy parsonage the scene of a brtg-it affair Thursday CYcnine-, when Hcv. .1. R anil Mra. Francis en- tertained the chcir at dinner on the lliients werO Jut; u ss at the close of the afternoon. The Hospital tociety is call- friends. At her recent recital at the convention at Reglna, the gathering eclipsed all occasions held for such a purpose in the packed and apprecia- tive audience. At her Sunday even- ng a meeting fur Monday afternoon ing's address In the City Hall she t four o'clock in ihe Y.M.C.A., to; scored another Not only onslder the advisability of discon-jwag every seat taken, but crowds. It Inning the "work which the society reported, were standing arounrt the ias been carrying .on, for thc, past bach and in the allies, and wc-nly years. All members are urg- were turned away. in mrilie a point of alteniJing, so hat tho matter may ho discussed. The Art Needlework club will'meet on Monday afternoon with Mrs. son, S21 Ninth street. BLUE RIBBON Is essentially the Tea for classes of Its wlik1 sale line qtialily. Send this Advertisement with 25 cents to Blue Ribbon, Limited Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbon Coak Book. The best cook bcok for use In Western Canada. Write name and address plainly. Tho Maple club has tEsueil in- vitations lo a dance to be held In the Sons of England tall on Thursday, January The committee in charge includes Messrs. Hannerman, people of Leihbridge Tvill be enjoying something in the way.of n unique. In being aWo to hear Mrs.McClung aad Thuraday'3 date should be home in mind, and tbe op- portunity reEcrved for making her ac- quaintance. "Does it take much money to send a, boy lo the Brob, replied the Cheerful Idiot, "it's keeping him there tlial lakes the Pennsylvania Punch Bowl. SIR JOSEPH OUBUC'S FUNERAL Viunipez, .Ian. ut Uie funeral of the late Sir Joseph yesterday Sir It. P. Roli- lln Sir Daniel McMillan, Justice Rich- I BOND-MARKET. SHOWS SLIGHTLY BETTER TONE Yurktoii, Sask.T Jan.. Tlic town council has disposed1 of S 107, Opt) of a.prr. cent. 30 year debrn- luces to A, K. Atncs A: Co., oi Tor- Chief Justice fathers, Sir WIU l Ham Jliish .JlacDon- aU, Juflse PrcndergMt, and Canlain M h ,rork P. E. Gamier. Public service was ful thc outflovv SCNviri liclil in Si. lionifacc cathedral m itic clc-.lric Itght. 'This dis- .norninc. Hoquiem hlgli mass was all tolvn.s exception- ol a -SHROUD (ace tills morning for tho late Sir 'electric issw for uhicl: an oiler Joseph Uuljuc. Thas since bren recciveii. suns al Mnisoii Vicarialc, SI. lionl- MEN -RETURNING TO WORK IN LARGE ERS PLACED UNDER ARREST Cnpplovui, Union oi Africa, occasion of the birthday of the for- mer. Covers wore laid for twenty- nlneT honor guests being Rev. E. Tvi oKrapliica1 Union were arrested "nrt slrs- while meeting. The charge against Toasts were next In order and ivere them vras toi'-Mvonllon nf (he pro- aaaoetateil wltli the folloa-lng names: visions nl inarlia! law. Thc mm "had Tho Metncdlst Church. Rev. K, Cragg just passed a resolution lo resume i and MclWorna; Church, Mr. W. J. and Mr. Shaw; choir, Mrs. Alexander nnd Mr. Anncl; the Pastor's lUri lrlhday, I Al Hie Knit river railro.iil uinni in iiiLit.i, shop, just Capetown, all tho ntw inu I-.-IMUI a .Inn. 1G.-Dispatches from all parts nirn rctrrnc.l, ihcir leaders hav- Mra: FYancIs sr.. and Mr. sr. of the Union report Uial strikers arc JHR declared the strike ended. I The occasion also mariced Iho hap- of Ihc wee rtaugli- ter ot the home. An impromptu rntisEcnl program was contributed to by Mrs. Alexander, Mrs. SImm, Mr. Stott anil Mr. Kay. Thc evening was thoroughly enjoyed and one iong lo be remembered by all tlie guests present. Do As Others Do, Take this remedy which suits and benefits most people. Tried for three generations, the best corrective nnd preventive of tho numeroua ailments caused by defective or irregular action of thc organs of digestion and elimination has been proved to bo rift Unul Sals ct An? In V.'oild) Iho syatem of Impuritlcg, Try them Jtnojo. Alwayaof the, Bsmo all climates; in every The Tried, Trusted Remedy nnd Mrs. Iloland Crawford en- lerinlncil some twenty of their youns friends nl n sl-nling pavly al Herder- son Jjike on Tiiuraday evening. A Jolly lime was spent in Ihe healthful niter" which Ihe party re- paired to the Crnwford borne on SIxIJi avenue, where a pleasant ?ochl hour- was ciijoycd. Dainty viands, >-hlrJi wero FEorvoil by tho hostess, wore done ample Justice to by Iho v 9 6 u Mrs. W. A. Ilarr.iKon welcomed scores of visitors during Ihc receiv- ing hours of Thursday afternoon, when Eho was formally at homo for J THE ROYAL STORE JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE VALUES-BARGAINS never beiore heard of in any part of the country. It has been the talk of the town. We will help you reduce the cost of living, hut to do must have your support. Good Clothes are no more a luxury when you buy at THE ROYAL STORE Come--you are welcome to see and judge for yourself. Everything Almost Given Away ;