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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 21 THE f.ETHHRIIHJB 0 A I, Y 11 K 1! A I, U PAGE KINK Ryland's Rummage Sale One more day nixl the iloors close on tlic most Womlei-l'iii sale we Imvo even- hold. Wonderful fur the enormous business tUuio. Wonderful for (ho continued daily micr- os t shown by nearly every woman in lliis city. "Wonderful'for the values we have hud to offer you. We have put forth.every effort to make this .siilo-sland out us the premier bargain event of the year, and judging from the crowds and (he business transacted, we have accomplish- ed our purpose. You Have Even a Nickel to Spend Tomorrow, Spend it at Rolands' It' you have not been a regular customer of the Busy Store, we ask you to make it a point to he with us on the closing day of our Semi- Annual .Rummage Sale. You will be amply repaid for giving us ALL your business Tomorrow One final effort will he made to make a clean sweep of the sale goods on the bargain counters. Prices which have been marvelled at wiii bo reduced still farther. Be sure and get a few more Cou- pons Tomorrow-the Last Day Monday morning a representative of the Herald will draw the lucky numbers out of the sealed box. The more tickets you bold the better chance you have of winning one of the Twenty Valuable Free prizes. Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 It is not yourself rovi will scue by the foimatkiu of views aid habits ycu fiill be a per- petual cordbl ar.d to-iir. to all w'lh Ni.oia your is raeli. f. r thou cot minister lo a Pluck from rnt t.iorjr a rooted sor- Hare out the written troubles ol tho And. v.-ith some swctt oblivious an- tidote. Cleanse the slun'd bosom oi that perilous stun Yi'uicii up'ju the heart? Mrs. Tlriton, oi Cov.'ley, is a guest with Mrs. J. Herbert Wolle. V :S Dr. Rayard Kisher, ol N'ew Bruns- sa'ioo! a ol Ui al IO'A u for t W and Sas toslluotiiaU of the order. Mr. Htrper. or tte Music, considers lihi tvte In securing tlie Young, who y cars, Conservatory of plf rery forlim- ttMufs of Mr. dily next week. sinco coming to The drawing and reception rooms were prettily adorned woth palms, terns, and red ar.d -.vhite carnations. The hostess welcomed her guest wear- ing a modish gouu ot pale blue lum ar.d to'jches oi pick. Mrs. McKillop, who assisted in re- ceiving, wore black silk with touches wick, is spending a lew days witiThis ot Khife ctiap brother, .Mr. K. E. Kisher. UstAISte' la? picturo made lace cover and silver basket ot lllchmond roses resting on a amilax and cineraria garlanded minor, while, strands o! smilax reached from the electrolier to vases of red ana yellow tulips- at the corners of the board. Mrs. A. G. Cameron po-jred coffee, wearing a smart creation of ashes of rose with shadow lace and Hulgar- ian trimming, and black ar.d white bat with plumes. Mrs. Rriton, oi Cowley, who pour- cil tea, looked well in white point esprit and black hat with feather bandeau 'and" mount. Mrs. T. F. Kirtham, who cut tl.a Ices, wore a pretty gown of purple satin veiled in black net and black hat. Mrs. J. Armstrong served wear- ing a soit clinging eostume ot pastel blue and jrold aad black velc-ur bit Tvjti, blue leather mount. .Vmely guests en-oyed the dance. Little Alice Cameron, Irorted 'in given fn U.e S. 0. E. hall last even- land embroidered lingerie with pink ins under tl.e auspices ol tho Maple ribbon, admitted the callers. Leal cluli. four pieces of thn Impcr- Mr. and Mrs. ( Ot noswell, LaVe, are ing oTcr the birth of a son ou Wed- nesday, January 21st. V v Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Williams Fitzpatrick) have returned troiii thetr honeymoon spent at Kj-dncy. Cape Hrcton Halifax and N'ew fMas-jow, N'tna Sciitia, and oilier cit- ies and have tatcn up their residence at 1231 Fourth Ave., S. if Miss of rCdmonton, is staying Mrs. J. A. Jackson, was guest of a sis tafile five hundred given by Mrs. J. Emerson HodgKon Tiuirsday The favor was won by Miss Ann Pattpson. Af- ter the inviting stands uere spr-ed. dancing was enjoyed by the guests. little hop was enjoyed filler public apprar- >n jn Lellibridge, to an auJienre, .which .completely CfuulucUng1 a Real Rummage Sale WATERTON LAKES "Waterton Lakes. Alta., Jan. iiomcstcodcr at Twin Bulte-j-Ander- by the misfortune (o loap a thumb and forefinger of one hand by tr.9 accidental explosion of a gun. It seems that Anderson 'was driving lo tho field to load Eomo feed rind bad the gun In the bottom' of the hay wagon. When ho arrived at the- field ho noticed the. firearm slipping through tho boards in tho rack, and In reaching for' It the trlfger was caught and the gun discharged. Tie unfortunate was taken io FIncher Creek hospital (or treatrnonL Anderson Is .a brother-in-law of 3ohn Pedcrson anil arrived wllh his i anow has made. Uio brush west of Twin Butle. Last reports from the hospital ray ho is Improving nicely. Gus West, 'rcjio was foreman of- tho road construction in Waterton Pnrk a f-urt of last summer and at- tenvard worltei on tho roads In the park, bad the misfortune not long ago to have his eyes Injured by fly- ing rock during Wasting operations in. tho park. Mr. has been in Calgary having special treatment and returned 'last week quite im- proved In health. The Injured mem- ber will recover in ttmo. Tiio Lakes district Is subject to all tho variations of a mountain district. Since the last news hudgr-t went In rain has fallen and this week a fall of fair sleighing in Eorao twenty-five in Harper's Knox church. Airs. MeC'ung pave two hall last evening, the affair l.cing ar- readings from "tbe Second ranged by Messrs. Patterson, Jen- one from "Sowing Seeds in nings, Chandler and Toombs. The !m- irae (ran "The Black Creek Stopping perial orchestra rendered good music, and a N'iw Year's Prayer ar.d jnvltfng Tfacds were served at Mrs. MeClung's'rcading abilities are midnight. simply wonderful, ar.d she appeals D.incing was again in order after very strongly to her audience because supper._ and altogether the event was she Is so intensely; human. Tho com- mon, trivial thicks of life take on a new meaning .her interpreta- tion of them, and whenever rossible- Mrs. McClung lifts her hearers from the lower to the higher things, leav- ing an influence, which will long he felt. This was particularly true from Edmonton, and will continue Thursday evening in her selection his practice here as formerly. Went Home" and tho audience was noticeably effected. liev. O. II. Cobbledick a decidedly one. t 'Mrs. W. F. and Mrs. W. J. .Al- len, of -Mooso Jaw, aro guests with Mrs. Fraser Cameron. Dr. U B. Mason returned this mom- family only seven months ago from.! places. TJio winter has been one of. Denmark. Ho has a homestead In Hie finest In hlstorj. Tha muslc-loTlng people of brldge will ue pleased lo learn that Archer, wlio won many warm friends ttrougli lier fine rcTaonallty and excellent teachtng abiiily, ras a very worthy successor in the person of Mr. II. M. rouuir, formerly of Cera- wall, Oat., but recently of Boston, Mass. Mr. Young Is an associate of the Dominion College of Organlsls, and conies here very highly recommended. Ho served Knox church In Cornwall for four rears 83 pipe organist, and gave satisfaction. He was also vocal teacher In the public and model COME TO THE STANDA1 For Your Furniture and House Furnishings BEGINNING SATURDAY we are going to clear our whole stock of Tapestry Portiere Curtains at Half Price We have a krge and varied stock to select from, in brown, red, green and novelty, liegularly sold al to per pair, TO CLEAR AT HALF THICK Tlicro is something uncommonly attractive and appealing about tho very fine display of Bedsteads in Standard Show llooms. Our beds come from liie Lest known factories ami for durability and fuiisb cannot. bu surpassed. Wb have (lie-greatest selection of prices Ibrtl, will please you find arc always glad to show you through our sales rooms. STANDARD FURNITURE COMPANY DOMINION BLOCK FOURTH AVENUE as chairman in tlie absence ol Rev. A. Q. Cameron, who is out of the city on sici leave, anil the program In full was as follows: Pollock. Selection from "The Swond McCIung. Solo-Mrs. Meldrum and Mrs. Mitforil, Miss DawFon and Mr. Owen. "How Polly VVeal Mc- Clung. Sc-'retiori from "The Second ItcClung. Mr. and Mrs. Millord, and Mr. Owen. "The Way of the Mc- Clung. A N'eiv Vcjr McCirag. Instrumental A. Q. Canv eron aiid Mrs. W. J. Nelson. Ood Save the King. Mrs. Mitford ar.d Mr. Meldium were accompan sis. PIIILI.1PS-BEISEI, A ivciMin'g was solemnized at Wesley parsonage hy the Rev. O. II. Cohbkd'cV on Thursday afternoon, wlirn Mrs. Lucy Bclscl, of Valicr. Montana, was joined In marriage, fc Mr. JoOTh A. Phillips, barrister the same town. Alter a trip through Wcsfcrn S.inarta, Mr. and .Mrs. Phil- Hn3 will reside at Valler. Clubs and Societies The W. C. T. U. wishes to cordial- ly thank all who assisted on tho program ol the Nellie McCIung reci- tal In Kr.ox church Thiirsiiay evening, the ushers and the Terrill Floral Co. for decorations. f f The girls ol St. Cyprian's Sunday school sewing class meet- in tho par- ish room every afternoon at- 2.30 They ate preparing to dress dolls and all girls will bo mode welcome. St. Cyprian's W. A. met In the parish room on Thursday alternroa It was decided to try a monthly free 'will (lilnring instead ol making mor.jy by teas, paritry pales, etc., also working tor the annual bazaar. Arrangements were made to hold a church "Al Homo" in the. Flcctwoot school, next Thursday evening, .Janu ary 29th. The ol St. Andrew's chutch met at .tlie. manse on ThiHsffay gl A Clearance of High Grade Boots for Men and Ladies at Prices Much Below Regular Ladies'Boots Ladles' Bluriier and Balmoral style Hoots for winter wear. Several lines in clean up oi our regular values up to 13.50 pair. Some ore in i.atcnt uludicr style, others In vici kid. with patent tips. Also a few liutlon ff bc-ois lu the lot All Eizes, per pair ..91 iCO Men's Boots Men's smait stylo boots iu tan arid'black calf, vici Kid and gun metal, button and blucher ttyUa. Cut from well selected lealhc-r ar.J will stand any amu-jnt of hard uear. tbatsold 1u the regular way up to J5.M pair. TAN COWHIDE AND BLACK WALRUS GRAIN- ED CLUB and leather lined. Hepitar up to for INSERTION TRIMMED WINDOW SHADES green or cream, mounted on good rol- vQ lerB, complete for BED PILLOWS filled with feathers end cotton covered with dainty art ttcliing. _ Size 19x25, each O3C A TABLE OF lingerie style, others in plain tailoied effects. Reg- ular values up to SHEER AND DAINTY PRINCESS SLIPS in fins striped mercerized material, pink or white, lace and IcEerlion trimmed. Regular for CHILDREN'S WINTER COATS la plain colors and mixed effects, all smartly tailored and this season's buying. Regular 55.50 (or BOYS' PURE WOOL VESTS AND brqken sizes from our Usher priced lines, near- ly every size in this lot. Per garment BOYS' KNICKERS in Deal dark designs, hard wearing lu bloomer splendid for Khcol wear, par pair WWW ABOUT TWENTY PIECES OF THE LATEST WEAVES AND COLORINGS IN DRESS GOODS colors, diagonal and monotone stripes, per yard .IOC LADIES' PLUSH LIKED VESfB AND DRAW. white, t-orjifortable and ting, ell plzos, per MITTENS AND GLOVES jii plain and fancr mir. eil effects. Ladles', Misses' and Children's sizes 50c values for BEAUTIFUL DRESS TRIMMING FOR EVENING AND STREET DRESSES In the season's pret- tiest effects, worm up to R50. TURKISH TOWELS in heavy quality striped designs. Sires 20x28 and 22x12. Very J special (or Saturday, w4C SWEATER COATS FOR THE plain navy, red and fawn, also In red and nary combinations OOC for........ MEN'S WINTER.CAPS cut from smart tweeds fitted with fur and knitted ear bands. QQ_ Regular values up to jl.50 99C MEN'S BLACK FLEECY LINEO TWILL SHIRTS Black Prince- Brand, cut largo and roomy. One of the best selling shirts we carry. All sizes See what will buy in the Grocery Department 2 Cans Peas 2 Cans Beans. Z Cans Corn 3 Large Cans. Complete 4 for........9 S. A Fresh Ship- ment of Cam- bridge Sausages, for tomorrow. per pound 19c Good Case Eggs per doien'.., Sunlight Saap 6 bars Cardston Creamery Butter per Tb......- OOC 25c 1 Can Strawberrlei 1 Can Raipberrits 1 Can Pitted Cherries 1 Can 1 Can Green, Gagei 1 Can Lombard-Plumi Complete C 4 for I.UU This store will be closed all day Monday, January 26th, in respect to our Late. Beloved Governor, s The Right Hon. Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O., P.C., High Commissioner for Canada Hudson's Bay Stores oon, when a profitable lime was pent in sewing. Dainty refreshments ,-ere served at th9 close ol the alter- oon hy Mrs. A. C. Hryan. On Mor.d.iy night St. Cyprian's A. P. A. will liolJ a social evening nd an important- business mcetmx omblncd. The business meeting is ailed before the social as thu oifices I president and vice-president are lo e filled. Every member is especially reed to bo present at 8 o'clock, v Tho annual congregational meeting f St. Andrew's church was held on I'cdaesday evening at eight o'clock nd was largely attended by members nd adherents o! the congregation. After a short devotional service conducted by the minister, Rev. A. Bryan, the business ol the even- ng was Iransaeted. Reports were read from the audit rs, session, Sunday school, Chris- ian Endcaior, Young Ladies' Bible lass, managers, Ladles' Aid, choir. U these reports shoucd, that dnr- rg the past year the congregation made much projress along every _ 'he (ufire is n nn optimistic spirit. Despite the financial stringency, the raised in all orftaniza- .ioiis during tr.e. year over S2400.' Fil- ,y persons wrrc added lo the church, o'irtccn on profession of (nith nnd hirty-slx hy letter. Tho roll after re- vision at the end ol tho year records to members in gouil standing, 33 aptisms, 21 10 deaths verc reported during the year just pasl. The membership of the Sunday ;chool, Chrislian Endea or and Young Ladies' HiblB class prac- tically doubled. The choir and Ladies' arc stronger and more efficient ,han at any -time ftf the congrcga- lion's'history. following new merabws were elected to the managing board for the ensuing year Messrs. Wilkinson, Stcele, Williams, Andrews and l.ivle. The' auditors ap- pointed were Messrs. Williamson and Penn. A hearty vole of thanks was pass- ed the retiring managers, choir, Lad- les' Aid, Sunday school, Young Peo- ple's Christian Endeavor and all the other officers of the church. At the close of the businesi part ol the evening, the ladles served -re- freshments, and a social tall hour was enjoyed by all present. The million packet soup This soup, of which millions of packets hive already been sold; this soup, which has (akcn over a quarter of a'century to perfect; this soup, which is. prepared from the finest oflrlsh garjen-gronn it it worth nuking the'right HIT, Boil it for Mf-in-hour it lout. it of time to cook. It's woith. it, Soap 11 It i loup ft fi f sad 11 A of olW rafrj II t Ihitktnrr cf ftraiitl f fcr fiillici, hr fttj But ]tu nut fm H. Tomilo ir.J A a I] 11 lbcm< MV tucleu TO BE HAD FROM WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS 'EVERY- WHKRE. 'A. H, ESCOTT CO. LIMITEB., WINNIPEG, REPRESENTATIIVEI FOB MANITOiA, SASKATCHEWAN AND AUBERTAj ;