Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY, JULY. 4, 19H THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY HEKALD PAGE NINE Rylands' For To-night Silk Lisle Hose, regular 35c und 50c Cool Cotton Vests for 50 D A Corsets onlv 1 1 C For The Pali's of Lisle Hose for Shirts Mill) Separate Lounge Collar, Co. The Busy Clubs and Societies Baptism will he administered at Henderson Lake by the Christian church at 3 o'ckcK" tomorrow after- noon. The ladies of St. August in's church intend holding a lawn social at the home of Mrs. R. E... Sherlock, on Tuesday evening, July. 11th. At the request of the Agricultural Board, the Women's Civic club will again he in charge of the Rust Room at the exhibition grounds during fair week. A fuii meeting of the club is called for this evening afc the home of the president, Mrs. J. F. Simp- son, Eleventh St., to make final ar- rangements'for -the same. At the.meeting of the clulv_.yester- day afternoon it was decided to af- filiate with the Local Council of Wo- men. At the W. M. S. meeting in Wes- ley church on Thursday afternoon, a hearty vote of thanks was passed 'to delegates 'to the recent Calgary convention fee their splemliil re- ports. Mrs. C. E. Brandow gave the auxiliary report, Mis. (Dr.O Lover- itig that of the Mission, Band and Mrs. R. E. Skcilti that of the Mis- sion Circle. Silver Spoons forks and sarving pieces, in nmny exquis- ite designs, are 'stamped This brand is known as "Siltfcr'flatethat and iifnado in tlie heaviest grade of plate faction is guaranteed. by tending 1 f'Money or will be Rev. ohblEdicIi's subject at the Men's Own at foiir- o'clock tomorrow after- noon in. Westhiinst-cr church.-. This tt'ill he an oiren meeting, to which all are invited. Wesley. Ladies' splendid meeting when thej decid "PI! to with, the Local Council of Women with'Mus. Livingstone and Mrs. (Dr.) Klvcrs as representatives from Aid vocal bolo hv I Mis nnri a p's A c h} Miss Cybbletlick; wore much enjoyed. Livingstone and His.. Virtu? 1 utre the scs MILADI Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 18 IT .WORTH. WHILE? ]s it worlli While that wo Jostle .a brother Bearing bis load on the rough-load, of Is It worth while that we jeer at each other In blackness of we war to the knife? God pity 'us all in- our pitiful strife. God pity ns al'i as we jostle each other, God pardon us all for the triumphs we feel' When a fellow goes down "neath his load on thfe heather, Pierged to the heart; words are keen- er than steel, And mightier far for woe or for weal. Is it worth while that -we battle to humble Some poor fellow-soldier down into the dust? Ood pity us all- Time soon 'will tumble All oj'us together like leaves in a gust, Humbled indeed down into the dust. of the Sun-land." Miss Ethel Heather is visiting friends in Winnipeg. Mrs. E. R. J. Forster returns to- night Irom a visit at Stalwart. Miss Emma ;McClure, of Drampton, Ont., is the guest oJ her sister, Mrs. Henry Oliver. Mrs. Tom' Long is visiting her mother, Mrs. Kelly, of Calgary, dur- ing -the exhibition. Dr. and Mrs. .R. C. McClure have returned from a short visit in Cal- Miss Boles, leit this morning to spend her vacation in Rochester. .Mrs. p. L. Hardie and Miss zola Har-die returned .today from a visit in Calgary and High- River. Mrs. McOUirfi, of. Rramnf.nn. ;_0nt., is the guest of .her son, lUr. W; S. JlcClure, AVilson's Siding. Dr. bar dsori, of Nova Scotia, ar- rives the latter part of the" month to go into partnership with .Dr.. M. J. Gibson. Mr. William Cleary, jr., left yes- terday on a two mouths' Vacation trip to Winnipeg and Toronto. Dr. Murray, of Colorado, will' he a eekKwl visitor with Dr. Gilchrist en route to Edmonton. Mrs. E. A. Williamson is entertain- ing at a four-table bridge this even- ing prior to her departure for Cal- gary at.the first of next month. Mr. and Mrs. Williamson will make their future home in Calgary. The Social given last night by the Letlibvidge Council of the Canadian Order of Chose Friends in honor of the Grand Organizer of the Order, Friend W. F. Campbell, was a de- cided .success. .Dancing was freely indulged in not- withstanding the heat ami card tables 'wero in play. The music supplied Mr. J. Pipe-Major or the Kilties Hand, and1 "Mr. Waddell, boLh members of the Order. .Mrs. Bufka kindly prov ded suiue excellent music which was .much, appreciated. The to the strains-of a novel feature and aroused much enthusiasm. '.-Mr.-'Campbell delivered- an interest- and humorous address during tlie and pleased everybody with .his 'genial personality. Mrs. Cajnp- was a. very welcome visit- r'br and her presence lent, additional .the evening. At the lodge meeting Mr. Campbell was .also, able to :give the members a large amount of' information and to leave, behind him an increased enthusiasm lor the Order, f. Mr, W. lyi. Harris is holidaying iat Banff? for short time! B.C. GENERAL ELECTION IN Ottawa, Ont, July vie-; .today .are to.; a provincial geu- eral election in British Colum- bia is talked of for August. Ottawa, Ont, July of John Krafchenko was before the goveiTirrieiit at a council meeting today. It-is understood that there will be no Interference of the carrying out of the sentence, AFTERSUPPEK SALE Three hours W V 7 to 16 p.m. Have you seen Oie Panama Canal yet? If tonight. This is a fas- cinating''and interesting educational feature that.is on exhibition on the Second Floor of this store. First lecture at about p.m., with two lectures to follow. This is'an actual working model of Ihe Panama Canal and you will see here the locks, cuts, lakes, etc., just as .they are at the Canal Zone. Everyone welcome. .-Store open until 10 p.m. Shoe for Tonight Black or Tan Polish Outfits in Tin. Outllt is comprised of .1 Tin Polish, Sponge, Brush and -Velour-'Pad. Regular 50c. Complete Men's Underwear Sunnner Weight Fine quality Balbriggan Undenvear, Summer Weight, Two Piece style, all sizes. Regular suit. Per Suit........... OUV Dry Goods Specials GOOD QUALITY WRITING PAPER On Pads. Per. Pad................... G Packets for ideas in Neck Frilling in Cream, White and Fancy Dresden effects Wide narrow width, very nretty, yd. i Wash -Waists White Wash Wansts, 20 of these on sale tonight. values 24c Saturday Night Treats DELICIOUS Assorted, per .pound ...McVITTIE. PRICE'S OLD COUNTRY BISCUITSHMlxed, regular 35c. Per Concentrated Juice Lemons, Limes and other Fruits, a delightful sum- CCA mer drink. Regular 75c, large bottle... WwC Per dozen........................... Curtain Scrims Just two pieces of this Cream and Ecru Scrim, the 'popular Curtain Drapery, 30 inches wide. Regular value. 30o yard d While, it" lasts ;.......................J.CgC ladies' Night Dresses Ladles' Night Dresses bf fine quality Nainsook, slip over styles with: round embroid- 4 ff ered yoke, short sleeves. Tonight.... 9.1 I v' Ladies' Drawers n Ladies'. nno Cambric Drawers, embroidered Ruffles, special quality. Just 25 pairs Regular G5e.......................... 49c Macleod, Alta., July, mem- bers of the I.O.O.F., JIacIeod Lodge, assembled in strong force in the Odd- j fellowa1 hall on Thursday evening last to witness the.installation of oE- neers'fur UIB coming year. The in- teresting ceremony was performed by District Deputy Grand Master James Murray of ilacleod, antTthe following duly installed. N.G., James Rptimey; V.G., Thomas Milbnru; rec. sec., L. C. Riley; treas.; R. J. E. Gardiner; 'warden, nngh Au- drsws: conductor, James Murray; chaplain, Ilev. A. D. Richards; R.S.N. G., Wallace E.. For- ster Brown; C. A. Stew- art: James Tacner; -inside guard, S. Jensen; outside Wil- liam Andrews; R.S.S., -Austin Nee- gard; L.S.S., Joseph Bremner. At the conclusion of the ordinary business of the MI excellent past was served and ssccclies and songs indulged in, For some time past 'the the Macleod, lodge has been, steadily arid it is no'w a new lodge to be provided, the .plans for which, are already in the- hands ofi the building committee. The Refl Corner SOUVENIR CHINA, PENNANTS, POST CARDS Etc, Monday's Issue of this Paper Will Goiitam a Detailed Report of the Big IIIIY fl FARANfF SAIF ATTHE BENTLEY JULjl OHLL TUESDAY, JULY 7th EVENT CONCERNING: 'WOMEN'S GOATS' DOMESTIC UNDERMUSLINS I COHSETS WAISTS, KNITWEAR HOSIERY AND GLOVES NECKWEAR HAND BAGS MEN'S CLOTHING BOOTS AND SHOES HOUSEHOLD LINENS BEDDING WASH FABRICS EMBROIDERIES DRESS GOODS 'AND'SILKS SMALLWEAR CURTAINS MEN'S FURNISHINGS BOYS' JERSEYS r and better bargains than ever before in all the various lines of merchandise enumerated. This sale will be memorable. Don't fail to secure Monday evening's copy of this paper containing the details BENTLEY COMPANY. LTD.