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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta a; 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILT HERALD PAGE NINE make a specialty ol'Cornets, and Fine Underwear. RYLANDS' BARGAIN! LIST For Thrifty Saturday Shoppers A SPECIAL ONE DAY, quick nition salt of you can use right Cool Dresses, Cool 'Uridcnveai, Cool Ilosioiv, Lijilit Outsets, all i educed to prices lower than anything we have quoted so far this season. KFA1A, then ACT 120 Summer Dresses Reduced "To Practically Factory Cost Price AH new this ssascn, but owing to in extra heiiy stock wo have decided to give you our profit for Saturday only. Lovely Crepe Dresses Hardly a Dress in the lot worth less while many are marked and 510.00. So many kinds and styles that space will .not permit us to describe them sizes are principally 34. 3C with'a Tew 38 40 sizes. They gjij OK are all grouped tomorrow at Fancy Two-piece Dresses Choose from the finest lot of. New York Dresses we liave in the store, some of worth'easily ?12.00. You will find crepes, -voiles and.'fancy many shades and .styles. Every., size, up to 40: lot to choose Kfl from 25 Buys Dresses worth up to on Saturday My A whole rack full of Muslin, Ratine, Gingham and Percale Dresses, every one many and dresses in the lot.' The sal.b price hardly .pays for t'mj materials. -Sizas-3.4 to 42. On sale for Saturday only at about half price. 2 Underpriced Underwear: Snaps Ladies' Vests 12 dozen Ladles' Gauze. Rib- bed Vests, with or without sleeves, sold regularly at 60c a pair. Saturday .IE only, 3 pairs for.. I ivfc.3 D. A. Corsets Worth up to for -This lot is complete in -sizes from _m_ 18 to 26, arid represents lines of A. Corsets that sold from to Every 'Corset came to us during the past stiason, and is new as to cut, material and finish. .On sale (Saturday only at, per pair..............WWW Warner's Brassieres A.' splendid fitting Brassiere, mado hook front style, sold .regular for On" sale -Saturday Corset Waists similar.-to the Ferris Waist, well made, sizes to fit girls 6 to 16 years. On Saturday. O E A special at Warner's Corsets A, lace, front model, with medium sold regularly -for To introduce this style, will sell 25 prs. eacli 95 Nemo Corsets A special line of light weight Nemos at Per Pair Other Bargains Briefly Told made from, white linon, plain tailored style. Saturday fl C Special I v> LISL'E GLOVES, extra.quai- ity, mercerized, and look like silk; 24 inch, AKn or white............ tOw1 SILK GLOVES, elbow length, white Milanese silk, special for Saturday only a pair ww DRESS SHIELDS, made hy Kleirierts, regular 35 and 40c." Silk finish Saturday.......... tJu HOSE SUPPORTERS For children, strong black elastic, rubber post 1 Special IWV SKELETON For hot weather wear, for girls or boya. On sain at......... w WHITE UNDERSKIRTS narrow S5 e HAN D K E R C HIE FS, made lawn, ne'at hemmed Saturday 4 ft "4tfor- DRESS COLLARS, noloreil and.ecru lace collar worth" up to 75c for Made for .the new skirts, extra special at Boys' Wash Suits' on Sale Saturday Two. dozen only Boys' JEnglish- made -Wash 'Suits, linen and dark sold for Size 2 to 7 years.. 95 Boys'Waists Dark colored Prints and Per- rj? also Khaki linen f Saturday Rompers from a good quality heavy Ohambray, 2 to 6 years, regular Boys' Hose Extra strong "Boys' Own" Hose, wear guaranteed; all sizes, Saturday Boys'Knickers _____ Made from 'Khaki Dri.ll with _____ bloomer knee, 'spec- 4 ial 51.25 Men's Socks 25 dozen Men's 'Sample TJsle Socks, black 4 and colors. 5 nairs for ...............v I i RYLANDS THE BUSY STORE MILADI Phones Resells Office 1224 Miss Craig, o! Edinburgh, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J, R. Oli- ver. Miss Whitman, of Edmonton, who hns been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Tabor, lias retained home. .Mr. and Mrs. I.aiillaw, of Mcdcino Hat, motored (o tlie illy and arc guosts with Commissioner and Mrs. Orace, Mr. J. B, Yuill, oi Vancouver, spent a few (laj'srwitirhifT'soh, Mr. T. E. Yuill'en route to Elgin, Mani- toba, to spend the summer with his daughter. ,_ Mrs. II. H., Lenion. and little son, Robert, of ijin.chcr Creek, who were guests with Mrs.. 31, F, Johnston, I have returned honle, J Miss llessie PatiQSpn, ..'ti graduate nurse of the Ualt hospital, has sev- ered licr connection with that insti- tution and is iipw fpllpwiug her pro- fession as a private nurse, Hiss Gladys Cochraii, oi Moose Jaw, who has Keen attending the Toronto Conservatory of Music, lias compleleil ber fourth year and is now A, T. C. M. Miss Cochran is well known here, having frequently visiled her sister, Mrs. J. H. Cheney. The Aquatic club ilancc in" the new hoathouse last evening proved very delightful for those who attended, but possibly on account of the heat, the guests were not many lu number. The canoes were much in demand, as it Vas a perfect night on the water. The music for the dance was "supplied by Mr. Needs at the piano and Mr. Scoll on the violin, and was very cood indeed. Supper was served at half time out on the wharf. Miss Galloway has gone to Cal- gary to visit friends for two or three weeks. She was accompanied by Master Lowell Cobbleiiick. Mrs. J. W. BiirlloU was surprised by the members 'of the Ct. F., Club at her home yesterday afternoon, when some twelve ladies wore pres- ent.. The time was spent in sewing arid amusement, a very dainty menu being served...... Rev. J. C. and Mrs. Tibb. Black- stock, the. engagement of. their only, dauchter. Mary Gamp- bcjl .Tibb; (Mollief, to Mr. James Henry of. son, and .Mrs. J. A. Miller, Barrie, Ont. The marriage will take place quietly early in July. ATrueToiiic is one that'assists Nature. Regular krid natural action .of the liver; kidneys and bowels'will keep yovrwell and fitiandtliisactiohjspromotedby BEECH AM'S PILLS SHOPPING Items of real in to re end. Read every item, sions from regular price ama Canal on the Secoii Boys' 79c Boys' Negligee Shirts, soft double cuffs, collars to match. All neat, clear patterns, sizes to 14. Regular price 1 W to all who have "pure, take particular note o s quoted for Floor.' to malic this week' the generous OOJICPS-selliiig'. See the i Ladies' Tennis Shoes Ladies' Tennis Shoes, white canvas with red rubber the celebrated Norvie make, sizes 3 to li ff A QQ Regular ?4.00 if 1 Misses' Boots Misses' Vici Kid Boots with patent tips, .bntton style, u to 2 C1 QQ Regular 4r 1 Quality First.-Groceries on Sale Tomorrow GREENGAGE PLUMS, 2 cans QUEEN OLIVES 4 CM 2 bottles.... Men's Shirts -Men's grey Coylon Flannel Shirts, summer weight, collars to match all sizes ui> to 17. Regular vtfue J1 1 Boys' Wash Suits Boys' Wash Suits, all colors and styles, very neat, sizes up to hoys 'of 6 years. Regular values and DO CUSTARD One large glass .Monk Glass Ladies' Slippers Ladies' Buskin House Slippers' sizes 3 to S, Just 30 pairs to' clear. Regular QQi% value wwv "2 (3-lbl cans Men's Straw Hats Men's Straw Hatsf all we have eft in this great clearance, all sizes in the lot. QQn Values to" AOft ''CHUNKS, 3 cans "rOC SMITH'S JAMS 5 Or nail 'r 1 Bluchers f Misses' Bluchers, all sizes in. the lot, good styles and good, wearibg tf AA Value 9 liwSJ Royal Worcester Corsets, one of the best lines we carry. Style Is medium bust, long hip, four boss supports, lace OC trimmed, worth f 1.75 9 Ladies' Dresses These handsome Dresses' for adles; Swiss embroidered, just seven on sale, kimona .sleeves, silk girdle QC to Children's Dresses Children's Dresses, fine white lawn, .prettily trimmed with lace and insertion, sizes 1 to 4. Regular value OCA and Lemon. Essence, a cool summer COn Drink' ...i... Shades AVindow Shades, pretty dark with cream or linen Insertion, a regular 85c jiffl BRAMBLE JELLY RED CURRANT A' JELLY Oil Cioiir Floor Oil Cloth, imported Scotch, heavy quality, 2 yards wide; a 40c quality clearing, square yard trnftG Mats Jap Mats, Oriental designs and colors, very pretty, size 1 A _ Regular UOc ___ 1UC JUICY JAp ORANGES, dozen from our Wine Section LETHBRIDGE BEER: Case 2 dozen (JO gC quart bottles v Case of 2 dozen pint bottles VI "O3 A SPECIAL FOR THE SMOKER All our regular, brands of S for 25c cigars to go on sale tomorrow Kemnaijt Sale For Tomorrow 1000 Remnants in this sale Silks. Dress Goods, Linings, Muslins, Prints, Ginghams and Faucy Wash Goods, also Sheetings, Cottons, Towellings, Bmibroideries, Laces and Trim-..ininga. Every piece priced to clear .rfcgardless of oft These New Novelties 300 beautiful pieces of these Novelties Neckwear, Belts. Beads and Girdles, all new and up-to-the-minute styles. A whole table of them clearing at 20% off regular low prices. The Panat HUDSON'S BAY EDUCATI miniature model of the Panama This example of the production of the Panama Cana and-all the Locks. This is an edt should mils seeing it. Thousan saw.it in Calgary. Lectures Canal is Here-See 36'x6', on exhibition on the Second Floor of this big store, proaressiyeness. of The Hudson's Bay Co. The exhibit is an exact re-and shows with clearness the wonderful Calebra Cut, Gatan Lake catlonal feature that is FREE, and not a man, woman or child Is have viewed it wherever it has been exhibited. people ry hour. Again to all WELCOME. Rev. and Mrs. G. H. Cob'bledick 'delightfully entertained the choir and musical committee of Wesley church on Tuesday evening at the parsonage. The guests, between forty and f.fty in number, came each representing a song or musical composition, some oi were very clever, and the guessing of the correct selection caus- ed much amusement and interest. Musical contests were also in or- der, the first "part of the evening, which" was a perfect one, being spent out on the lawn; Later, 'the guests repaired to the house, where an im- promptu musical program was ren- dered. Dainty viands were served at the close of the very enjoyable affair. The ladies decided' to meet as usual during the summer, and they hope for good attendances. The Luther League of St. Paul's First Lutheran church met last even- ing with a fair attendance. Routine business was transacted, while a mandolin solo by L. Guldseth and a piano solo by Karl Grant were much enjoyed. The Women's Missionary -society of Westminster church met last evening with a goodly attendance. Mrs. Mc- Ilvena gave, .a.. and I t thoroughly interesting..report of the j recent convention at Calgary. Semper Fidelis class of West- minster church spent a splendid time at. the li.ome of. Mr. and Mrs. L. Mc- Ken7.ie, about six miles north-east o! the city on Dominion Day. The parts- left the church at one-thirty, arriving destination ahout 3 o'clock. Games .and-.-' ''pleasant. farmyard 'sports were .enjoyed, the struwstack proving a great attraction Ior' tllc young people.-Everyone-had a thor- oughly good .time and even the liors- es were ftluetatit-to leave. Cohslder- experienced with wliich .had to be left at' the while-'another was bbtaiuetl from Mr. MQKonzicl This delayed the they arrived'hack in tlie wee sma'-''ours. Glubn and Socisties- There -i.Tflll: he no of the .Art iNecdjeiwqrk- club on Monday on of as some of the to enter on Moiiilay v The Vmeetin'g; is, therefore ,'ftotn 'Monday. The S..of Wesley church met with a good attendance yesterday af- ternoon. Mrs. (Dr) Lovering repre- sented the Mission Hand, and Mrs R. E. Skeith the Mission dircle. Mrs. Johnson" Mndf red a pleasing solo. WILLCEMTE1 FINE PROGRAMME TO BE PULLED OFF BY ANGLO-AMERICANS AT CAMERON FIELD Krtox Ladies' Aid held a very pleas- ant jtrid profitable meeting yesterday afternoon despite the wes'thcr. was the by sys- tematic giving- .for -the-, month of June. The time was spent in sewing, dainty refreshments being served. To Ward'Off Summer Gcrtiiplexion Ills To keop the face smootli; whits'and beautiful summer, there's nothing quite so good .a? ordinary mercolteed x. Oily, freckled or discolored skin, so common at'this saason, ,1s gently absorbed by the wax and replaced by the newer, fresher skin beneath. The no latter being applied at bedliino and washed era and rouges, on t5ie other hand, arc apt to appearonpre .conspicuous than usual of excesshe pers ptration Tust get an oance of mei colized wax at any drug store and use !ike cold cream. .This will, help any at once, and in a week or so the comolexion will look'.-, and healthy, Sun, winds arid flying duut often cause squinting and other contortions which make wrinklM. Yoii can nuick- Iy get rid of evory wrinkle, however product d by using a. liaimless face bath made by dissolving I o? ponder ed saxoIJto In H pt. witch Iwzol. Americans in the south will all lake a day off tomorrow and cele- brate Independence Day. h. There are numerous picnics arranged for, and several real old New 13ng- land celebrations will he pulled oil. The new hotel at the Waterton Lakes is to he formally opened to- morrow by Mr. Hazzard, the propri- etor, iind'thcre will he u full day's sport in the mountains. Horse races, foot races anil a general good time is promised. At the Cameron field shady hanlts of Belly river i the Cameron Cluh will hold their annual Canadian-American picnic, and there i? sure to he a large crowd at this celebration. Teams from Turin, Coal- rtale and Chin will contest for the championship of Southern twi.uo Mrei'e will he horse races, footraces and a tug-of-war.be- tween the "wet" farmers and "the "dry" fanners. In the evening there big howery dance at the pa- vilion on the hanks of the' river. The Cameron field is one of the beauty spots in the south, and for shade and coolness could not be beaten. A good time is assured all who attend. There will be an Ball at Raymond Saturday to which'everyone is invited. SOUTH INDIAN RAILWAY'S BIG LOAN London, July was mado today that the Souttf dian Railway loan of to bo'ilsued shortly 9714 ;