Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
THURSDAY, JULY 16, 19U THE LETtnHIUfl'.E DAILY HER ALP PAGESEVI Thursday Morning 10 O'Clock Store crowded for the past two hours. Any doubt as to the success of Rylands Bife.Buiiiiimagc Sale is dispelled. There Mttrii iii Egypt. Thrifty n ncrs should crowd this store for the next 9 days. Be Sure and Get a Coupon CO. CoiMlucting a REAL Sale MILADI Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 CITY AND DISTRICT .Go and See the Crops Preparations 'arc now complete for the big "get-acquainted "trip to the 'country north of Lethbrldge tomor- row, and anyone 'who wants to see Borne of the real crops, and who talks about the crops when they haven't been five miles" put of the. city limits, should'book, their, space, for the path- finder will tomorrow show: the mem- bers of-the Board of Trade and the business men of the city.where sonic of their business is coming from tills fall. The autos will line up at the Board of Trade building on the square shortly after 1 o'clock When the "auto-crats" have assembled the start will he made, and those who to go had better be there on time, as the committee pronoses to atari at 2 o'clock sharp; The trip ..will include Turin, Iron Springs and Chaa Kane's alfalfa field Mr. Hayr, who H in charge of the arrangements, asks tKat all. who contemplate, gojns, hand in their names at once. PEACE Peace, God's gift to my troubled i heart, Ouarilian angel oi my life, What a boon thou art to my poor soul Amidst earth's sill and strife. Peace, when men are striving most For honor and for fame, Peace, when years are dying fast, And they, come not back again. Peace, when the toil- in the back- ground, As we tell" oi His wonderlul love, Peace .when the cross we are lilting As we look for tho crown above. Peace, when we weep with the weep- ing Peace when we joy with the glad, Peace, when we live with the Master Cheering the lone and the sad. Peace, like a great flowing river ripple, 'neath clear shining sun Floods my soul as I glide to the ocean Which I'll cross when my work is done. C. Manson. jfrs. L. Wilson, .Miss Daisy Wil- son, Miss Blenor Wilaon and .Miss Henrietta Graham, Fifth Ave North, are attending summer school at Pir.- chor Creek. Hotel Burned t The Gregson Springs Hotel, eight miles west of Butte.iwai damaged to the extent of j psterday by fire, which broke out in. the early morning. .The guests escaued in their night robes. Some twenty-four members and friends of the. Daughters and Maids of England -enjoyed: a delightful out- The time was pleasantly speiit in boating and later a 'dainty supper being served. Closing Days of the Big July Sale T- Mrfr' Saturday at 10 p.m. we close the most Successful July Sale we have ever held Customers'have' been getting bargains exactly as advertised. The 1 1. IT____.1 nnnn id C? f >1T' ft H 11 ft. I 1 il.11 ft n all summer Eeady-to-.Wear aTid Yardage. Don't Miss these Exceptional Bargains Friday and Saturday Fifty Girls' Wash Dresses TO SELL AT HALF AND LESS THE REGULAR VALUES Sizes to Bt girls of from G to 14 years Made up neatly from fast color Gmghams and Amen can. Not a dress In the lot but is worth double the price naked Clearing them 4 ftft out PriSay and Saturday at each. Women's Wash Dresses AT HALF AND LESS Gingham and .Percale Dresses, 'made up neatly in the season's correct styles, and fast colors Uncs that sold up to fi-1 9K Closing Bargain Eheiit "r Women's Fancy Wash Dresses FOR LESS THAN THE MAKING COST Fancy Ratine Voile and Pluue Drosses in pret -ty summer shades and styles. Values uip to Friday and Saturday CC ftfl 10 only Tailor Made Ladies' Suits, Blue, Brown and Grey If you want one get it now at Hall Price and Less. Women's Cool Blouses FOR THE HOT WEATHER Regular BO Wluto Clearing at Regular ?2 00 White Clearing at Regular ?2 00 Pincy Pompidore Waists Clearing at Regular 53 75 Sillc Clearing at S1LK In stripes, also 'plain Black and JJO Qfl Clearlns out at WOMEN'S KITCHEN Each WOMEN'S OVERALL Each WOMEN'S VESTS AND Each WOMEN'S LISLE Per .Pair WOMEN'S COMBINATION UNDER; WEAR All sizes 19c SOc 19c 20c 45c 65c 4 4 9 I CO The Balance of all the wash goods at Greater Reductions Fancy Voiles, Ci opes, Ratines, Linens, Piques, Repps, Poplins, Dimities, Piints mid Ginghams A final clearing at greater price re- ductions than yet odered Buy what you icquiro Friday and Satin and Silk Underskirts Miss Marcella Uifferty Is the guost .of' her aunt, Mrs. .lanios Short, of Calgary. v Mrs. Thomas Long, who ha.s been spending the past two weeks with her mother, Mrs. Kelly, oi Calgary, has returned home accompanied by her sister, Florence, who will spend her summer vacation here. Margaret Anglin has concluded an arrangement with the University of California; whereby she will present at the Greek theatre during the Pan- ama-Pacific Expedition one or more revivals of the 13reek classics on scale 'larger' than anything ever at- tempted before in '.this line. A despatch from Belfast says that among the fifty Canadians who marched in the Orange procession in that city behind Sir Edward Carson, King of Ulster, was .lohn McXccley of Medicine Ha't, who is now in the Old Country on his way home from j the Orient. Miss Ada Murray delightfully en- tertained a number oi her young friends ..last-evening.. Xinc tables of euchre were niadcf up, the prizes be- ing won by .Miss Eilie Wallace and Mr. Fulton Bdnnell. Those present included the Misses Margaret McKillop, Marion McCam- bly, Helena Simpson, Beulah Kenny, Dorothy Richardson, Marjory Higin- hotbam, Inzola Hardie, Florence Hill, Helen Elite May- i Young, Eva Frame, Stella lirown, Ida Brown, Roxie Armstrong, Esther Bonneil, Alice Fairlield and Messrs, George McKilibp, Boh Cavatiagh, Fred Henderson, Billie Henderson, Hugh Billie prousc, Percy Morris, Harry Morris. Hazel Wallace, Gordon Campbell, Earl McCarty, Fulton Bonnrll, Ed. Patteson, Canip- bell Aircl, Howard Croukitc, Bert Bang ami Ihviri iHanscli." Mrs. has received word that Mrs. Evcrard Cotes of In- dia, who is: at present visiting in Canada, may pay. Edmonton afld the west a visit. Mrs. Cotes, as was mentioned here the-other written many books, the .first "A Social was [published in 1890. Her later Amesi can Girl in "The Simple Adventures oi "His Hoii or and a ''Those Delightfu "Set-in Authority" am several others equally-well'--known. Mrs. Cotes is a Canadian by birth being Sarah .Ica-notte Duncan, o Brantford, Ont. Heir-husband, Ever ard Charles. Cotesj.'MiA., is mariag ing director o! the Indian News Ag cncy, witli headquarters at Simla.. In the list of teachers now attend ing summer school, which is bein conducted hy the University of A berta, Edmonton, under' the auspice of the Educational Department of t-li Province of appear the to! lowing Lelhbridge names Miss J P. Alwa.nl, Miss M. B. Berringcr jVIjss Duasworth, Miss Glenell Tiardy, Miss E. E. Smith, Miss Hi da Goodman, Miss Waterman, H. H Bruce, W. E. Frame, J. P. McElene and W.'S.'GifHn. Mr. G. H. Pcrley', the acting nig commissioner for Canada and Mr? Perjey, have entered very heartily in to the social life of the metropol .and it is regretted that their stay no soon to close. The sanic regret experienced hy Mrr-and Mrs: who have been dejighted with their cordial welcome-in: London, both by the prominent resident Canadians and by people of the city'.. An.interesting function at which "Mr. and Mrs. Pcr- ley and -their daughter wrerc present, WES the India Mrs. Pcr- ley, was conducted to dinner hy the Bulgarian minister; hy the Servian minister and Mr. Perley's partner was Miss Asquith, .the viva- cious daughter of the prime minister. The Countess of Aberdeen is ex- pected in Canada in the autumn to attend the annual- meeting of the Na- tional Council of Women. Tomorrow and Saturday We Have Made the Biggest Reductions Ever Nine Rousing Specials in the Dry Goods "MERRY WIDOW" HAIR NETS with elastic 15 for.............. "LA CHIC" HAIR NETS with or without elastic 9..for PURE LINEN HEMSTITCH- ED TOWELS, size 20x40. 200 only of these 1 AC HAIR SWITCHES, 20 inches long, all colors T H illlbiirn, a mem- ber of the Oddfellows', lodge here. Westminster Sunday 'school will held a lawn social at the home of Mr. .and Mrs. J. IJ. Gray on .Thurs- day, July oh the 2-lth, as previously stated. St. Andrew's'Ladies' Aid met yes- terday afternoon in the chur.ch and transacted much routine business. The ladies voted to give one hundred dollars to the managers. The. pantry sale will he held next Thursday at the ninnsp.. At tire call o! the mayor a-meet- ing of the Postal .Library League was held'on Monday afternoon to fleet a vice-president to fill the va- cancy causer! by the resignation of Judge Jackson. Mr. W. G. was elected and Mrs. F. A. Sloltzc secretary-treasurer pro tern, in the absence nf Mrs. Tilley. reports were heard fmii St. Cyprian's Sunday school en- joyed tlieir annual picnic out at tiie exhibition ..grounds yesterday after- noon despite, tho occasional showers. Some two hundred scholars and par- ents were present, and a fine pro-, gram oi sports was indulged in, after, which a sumptuous picnic supper.wasj done ample justice to by the happy i youngsters. The following is the list oi-prize winners in the races: straight W. Booth; 2, G.1 Powell. Aimip Mftrr 2, Nctta Martin. Primary straight Al- lan Johnston 2, Archie Moore. S'trnker; 2, Doris Holt. Class No. 5 Boot ami Shoe Race- J. Waddington 2, is. Codd. 15. Hallworth 2, A. Wicks. Class No. Mule J. .Johnston 2, t. Oiliespie. 1 Class-No. Loop the Loop-Girls -1, M, Westlcy 2, V. Cross, .Woman'.s Miss T. i Gedglie'ga'n....... j Tug-if-War, Junior vs. Senior Bible Junior Class. Throwing -Bail, ut-Sally (teachers Jliss. J, .Geoghegnn. W-hcclbarrow Walter and Sidney Short. Will Practic.1 Separately Tiie old quarters, in the Royal Bank of the recently dissolved law firm of Palnier McLelland', will be occib .....I'in the futfire by Messrs. J..H. Calmer liiid ..H. Ostlurid, practising separately. 'Mr. Ostiund is haliging out ills shingle as .a .lawyer for .Uie first time. He Is well-known In the district, having been a-.resident .of Stirling for a number of years before coming to Leibbrldge.' He'ls solicitor for the towns of Magrnth and Ray- mond, and only recently'iyas Appoint ed solicitor for District. 1S, U.H.W. of A. Mr. Palmer enjoys an extensive practice, bclnj a lawyer of pi emin- ence in the south for some years. What lo Use and Avoid on Faces That Perspire Skin, to be mult breathe It also must expel, through the pores, its share of body'.s naste material Croams and powders clog (he pores, interfering both with elimination and breathing, especiallv dining the heated period. If more understood this thor( would bo fewer self-ruined complem ioris. If they woulrt use ordinary men colized wax instead of cosmetics, thej would have natural, healthy .complex ions! This remarkable substance act; tially adsorbs a bad skin, also unelog siag'tlie pores. Result: .The fresher, younger under-akin.- is permitted breathe and to show Itself. AJI ei nuisito new complexion peops out, one free from uny appear ance of artificiality. Qet an ounce 01 mercollzed wax at your druggist i and try it. Apply nightly like coM 'cream, for a week or so, washing n off moinlngs To eradicate wrinkles, a mtn effective treatment vtiwi also nets naiurauy ami uannicKBiyi Dlssclve I powdered saxollte in. Jj pt. witch hazel and use as a lotlou.