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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JULY 1914 THE LET I! BRIDGE DAILY PAGE NINE Rylands' Store Should Be Packed to the Doors Tonight nrc SivinS Uie-BifHJesl Bargains ever- in. this ut ANY SALE; A Visi, to Hie slore will prove tliis slaieinenl. l llc nml iissorlrhenls are" now at mully being put on especially for TONIGHT ONLY. coupon is given with every sale, which cntities you to share in worth of: given away ABSOLUTELY. FREE. Every dollar you spend here, you not only ,.eceive EXTRA VALUE, but have the chance of getting a DRESS FOHM, an SUIT, KIMONA, or 20 other valuable premiums; Monday will be Bargain Pay We have selected some twenty odd lines from the best of oiir reserve bargains and will place them on the tables down the centre of the store. These go.ods will be on sale for one day and will be ticketed "MONDAY SPECIALS" Rylands Co. Conducting a Real Cut Price Sale SUFFRAGETTES AT LAURENCE DIVING'S FUNERAL Two suffragettes from the Actress' Franchise League ouUMe 'Sti Mar- garet's iChurch, London, wihen a memorial service was held in remembrance of the late Laurence Irving and liis wife, Mabel Hackney, who wero drowned when the Empress cf Ireland sank. Tlie Bkotoh chows tha racaet iibsitlon of the Arainlbolh, which ran ftgrmmcl nt GOTO Island; Lake Huron, on July 3rd. Tho following day, the Athabasca, her sister ship, down and was towed to Port 'McNIcoil. SPEND YOUR VACATION AT Waterton Lakes Southern Alberta's -famous Summer Kesort, with" 18 miles of Navigable Water for. x Launches and Row Boats Good Trout Fishing Additional accommodation at the new Lake Hotel. (Rates per-clay) Stage leaves King Edward'Hotel at Pin- ch or Creek every morning for the Lakes. Refills Office 1224 NEGLECTING THB HOME "Until she IB thirty, the American woman's solo intellectual diversion la flirting. Alter thirty she sets a craze for education, and neglects her home." Michaells in "Strangeland." No, it Isn't homeneglectins If you spend your time selecting Seven blousta and a jacket and a hat; Or to give your day to paying NRpriless visits, or to playing Auction bridge. What critic Could object to that? But to spend two precious hours At a lecture- Oh, ray powers! ful picnic slipper partaken of. Mrs. Miller suffered a slight accident in falling off a horse, but is almost com- pletely recovered: Invitations have been sent out for the Informal luncheon to be given ut the Okotoks oil fields for the Duke and Duchess of Comiaught. on their visit to Calgary. Luncheon will foe served in a' marquee at the oil well, and Mayor Sinnott will be host. The royal train arrives in Calgary on the morfling of Tuesday, and t'le party will include the Duke and Duchess of Patricia, and their suite, Hon. Katherine Villiers, lady- Tho home is all a woman needs to I in-waiting to. the Duchess; Hon. Dor- learn! j othy Yorko, lady-in-waiting to Prln- 'cess Patricia; Colonel Farquhar, Cap- tain BuHer, Rivers-Bulkeley And an or a quarter, Spent In voting! Why; my daughter, The home v.'oirld not -be there on your return. -Anon: Mr. Carl Morse, formerly with the C. P. ,R. here, has been transferred to London, Ont. Mrs. Mi- McKinnon, of HoHmer, B. C.( is visiting with Mrs. 'R. McVean, 611 15th 3t VS. Mr. A. Southard of Long Beach, Cal., is renewing acquaintances in the cits': Mrs. William Cleary antl daiighjer, Eileen, are week-end visitors at Cole- man. Mr. Seaman of the Imperial Bank staff, who has been relieving at. Ka- tal, B.C., has returned to tho Mr. Crooks of Clinton, Ont., who is travelling through the west, ia spend- ing the'week-end in the city. and Lieutenant Worthing ton. Clubs ami Societies Mr. Richard Smith and Mr. W. B. D. Smith of who have been spending some weeks at the Smith ranch, left today oa the return trip home. Rev. Principal preach in Knox Keith, who will and St. Andrew's churches tomorrow, will be a guest with Rev. A. G. Cameron at the Mc- Killop Memorial stay in the city. Manse during his Invitations were issued yesterday for a dinner parly to be given, the ev- ening'of-Tuesday, the 28th'-ins t., by Senator and Mrs. Lougheed of Cal- gary in honor of the Governor-General and'the Duchesa of Counaught. Wesley church choir spent a mosi' enjoyable evening at the home Mr. and Mrs. Dawson on. Friday evening, The Flower Guild cordially thanks Mrs. F. W. Downer, Mrs. C. Gray, Mrs. W." S, Ball, Frache Bros., and the superintendent of Gait Gardens for liberal donations for the weekly visit to the Gait Gardens yesterday. St. Mary's Woman's Auxiliary con- ducted a sale of and Ice-cream at the'city market 'terday. .Mrs. Arnold, Mrs. Turner and Mrs. Hli'lier were in charge. Ev- erything was" sold out, and a neat sum j-ealized. The young people of the Fifth av- enue Baptist church met and" organiz- ed a B.Y.P.U. qn Wednesday evening, July 13. There was a good attendance 'and much, enthusiasm prevailed. A unique feature of the meeting was the age of one'Of the charter members, a lady 82 years old, belonging to the society. The executive was elected as follows: President, Sir. Wm. Fiddis; vice-president, Miss .Rita Watson; secretary-treasurer, Miss Lizzie Cain; membership Eva Wat- sou; programme and music, Mr. John A. Fozard; social convenor, 'Mrs. (Rev.) H. Elmer Green; missionary convenor, Mr. T.' B. llittle. .The president -undV vice-president were elected as representatives to the City Young People's Union executive. The Fifth avenue Baptist Young People's Tin ion .will meet every Wed- nesday evening at' S.ltr'o'clock, A hearty welcome all 3 HOURS TO-NIGHT 7TO 10 AFTER SUPPER SALE Last of the July Clearance Sale Join the throng to-night and come to The Bay 15e Cretonnes 7c Yard (3 PIECES ONLY) 3 pieces of this English Creton, Black and and Hose and Rod and Grceu color- ings. 31 inches wide Worth 15c. Per yard 7c Laco Tungsten Lamps Laco Tungsten 40 Watts. Each................. 29c Door Plush Mohair Door Mats in Clue, Green and Tan. 12x30. deep rich pile- Regular ?9e Ladies' Satin Underskirts Reduced to Ladies' Satin Underskirts. Pretty shades in Sky. Green and Black. Neat style with 11 inch accordian pleated frill Regular f 5.50 Popular Styles in Children's Dresses Priced i'or July Clearance Beautiful Fabrics plain Ginghams, pretty stripes and checks, sizes 2, 4 and C only. Values to 51.50 Ladies'Princess Slips Ladles; line White Princess Slips, with'dainty embroidery, trimming. Sizes and'38.dnly Regular rtft Clearing at ............I... 93C Boys' Hercules Hose T The1 kind: of Hosiery that is'wear-'resjsting. Just the kind for boys' holiday wear. Boys': Her- cules. 2% ribbed, sizes 7fe to 10 Clearing .at; per pair.................... rl.wC Special Price Concession On -Tap Silks 27 Inch Jap Taffeta Silks in Greens, Reseda, Olive and Myrtle, also Brown, Rose and Scarlet. The Quantity is Buy early at, per yard Grocery Treats-Phone 313 Mixture Pound 24c 27c cool, refreshing fdriiuk, 'juioe 65c Per OLD COUNTRY Per Pound equal to 3 dozen Large Bottle Ladies' Lisle Hose 'Ladies' Mercerized Tan Lisle Hose. K'egu- lar 25c lines. Sizes SV4 to 4 _ Per Pair JJ.C Men's Shoes! Values to July Tonight we place on sale SO pairs of these Men's Oxfords. The leathers are Tan Coif, Gun- metal -and Patent. .Styles are nifty and up-to- date. This is a clearance four or five odd lines. Regular values are ?5.00, and ?8.00. Clearing at one-fifth and one-sixth, of QQA of their real -worth..................... Men's Half Hose Never Gost Less Than Now Men's Black Cotton the right 25c quali- lOc summer pairs of them, ties. All sizes in the Wlille they last, per ipair Live News of the District :ADEN I eminent to carry the mail from Ta- Edmonton Journal: Rev. Frederick pay; took place at Calder Bros.1 'Thomas Cook, ilethotiist minister at ranch on July 1, where fuljy sis nun- BelleYiie, Alberta, was marrieU this jdred people assembled to witness tho her to Retlaw, mail to he carried The weather has been quite Monday's, Wednesday's and Satur- be 50me The hot weather, together with "am- ple moisture, is working wonders with the potatoes, gardens and small ;ood growing condition and look very well for this season of the year. A grand celebration of Dominion morning at 11 o'clock, ,by Rev. Dr. J R'hiddcll, principal'of. Col- in honor of Jliss Dorothy Young1, whoi lege, to Miss daiigh- is leaving for Salt Lake City. During ter.or Mr. ami Mrs. Thomas Allen, the evening, Mv. G. Taylor, president, on behalf of the choir, presented Miss Young with a most, beautiful music ase. Mr. Roberts, choirmaster, thanked Mr. and Airs. Dawson, on behalf of the choir for the way in which received them as their guests. Mrs, Dawson, in. a gracious little speech, expressed the pleasure- felt in enter- taining Wesley choir. Dorothy and Margaret, tfce .little daughters of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Staf- 'ord, have returned from a visit with .ho children of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. C. Nourse of Calgary. Mrs. Slark, Mrs. Bartiett, Mrs. A. Bartlett, Mrs. Joyce, Mrs. MiKer, Mrs. Rosaine, and children, Le'ivls and tanley Slark, Gertie and Gladys Bart- ett, Victor and Audrey Joyce, Grace, Vera and Marjory Rosaine, enjoyed a picnic at Six-Mile Coulee yesterday. A hapjjy time was spent, and a bounti- Main street south, at whose home tho wedding look place. programme of sports that hiid been arranged, for the occasion. This be- ing on the International boundary be- tween Montana and Alberta, many of the crowd of people came from the Montana side to spend with The bride wore white charmeusc {their Alberta brothers, the baseball with trimming oi malinc iace and of 1-10 have the reputation of long tulle veil, and carried a shower 'bouquet oi bridal roses and lilies of the valley. She was attended by lit- tle Elsie Davis, of Clover Bar, as maid of honor. Only the immediate relatives were present at the ceremony, and also at the, wedding wberc the health of the bride was proposed by Dr. Riridell and responded to by the groom. Mr. and Mrs. Cook left on the three o'clock Canadian Pacific train for Banff, where tlie honeymoon will be spent, after winch they will reside in Be-Ilevuc. The groom-is ;one of this 'year's graduates from Alberta col- lege, and TJcllevue is-his'first past-or- ate. It is situated in the Crow's Nest Pass, near tlie place of the re- cent -mining disaster. being the best ball players south of played the local team, ending in fa- vor of the home team 13 to 4. Then came the foot races. After supper Albert_ Graham rode the bucking horse nrst with saddle then bareback. Dancing started at 9.30, and the new hall could not accommodate the crowd. Saturday, July 11, the Auxi.iary will meet in town at three p. m. The lumber and men are all here for the Farmers' elevator. They will grain. Wn hope the saying, "It's; be ready to start cribbing by' never too will work in this i nesday. case. Some one must have helped them- Ernest Domey has built a fine large' sclves ict Chris- Ericfcson's coat; on cistern, 10x10x8 feet deep. It will 'Friday nifint at the dance. It had r his v.-atch and chain and some letters. He found the letters hold a year's supply of soft water j for house use. Robt. Huthren and j Leo Odraark have each made one. A good cistern is next to a good well. John Broderson is having a well bored by Den Cyr. They struck a j the. pool hail the next morning. ALBION RIDGE MYSTERIOUS MURDER AT PREEPORT, N. Y. Lethbridge, but after playing a very d of on Safcur_ day evening last, at GO feet. This will be much better than having to haul water one or two miles. It is reported that the Southern Alberta Land Co. have secured the funds to complete their ditch, This is good news, as it would have been too bad if they had to stop work when they were nearly 'done. There seems to be plenty of enquir- ies by people from the States about how much they can buy land lor here. It looks as ii we will, have a good many buyers from there as soon as they get their big harvest cut. Retlaw- baseball team went to Enchant and played that club a game of ball last Sunday. The.score was 16 to -1 in favor of Retlaw. It was either too hot or the boys up there must practice more. It won't- do to be outclassed. exciting and interesting game with the boys of 1-li, the score wcs as fol- lovs: 1-12, 29 (with 13 1-10, 3 (with 4 1-11 batteries: Decker and Simons; MO batteries: Anderson, Johnson and Sagehen, the well-known bucking broncho, that never before was rid- den, was completely conquered bi' H. D. Price. Sagehen had thrown her riders to the ground many times be- fore, but the daring Harry Price prov- ed- to be the most skilful rider she had ever had. The pony race proved to be very- in- teresting. Donald won first prize, and Diamond, owned by G corgi e Russell second prize.. In the men's foot race William Wickersham won first prize. In. the boys' race Andrew Watila won first and Gordon Young second. The girls' foot" race was won by Mary Morgan, and in'the ladies' race Mrs. AVilliam Calder won first prize, ttith Mrs. Wickershara second. A large Bowery'floor had been built for tho occasion. This was un- der the management o? William Pray, and most splendid music had been se- Albright's full orches- a fine dancing party lasted all night. Mrs.' Gilbert .Rodney.-of Froyd, Mont., lias been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. U Metcalf, for the, ist week. Miss Hazel Ennls and Miss Elsie Barton, school teachers of Aberdeen, "Work on the rural telephone Hues connecting' with Barons, is progressing ranio'iy. A large p'rdpprtlon of the posts are already-set up." The proposed route for the' rural mail is not satisfactory to. ma- jority of our farmers, as'the-nearest point at which their boxes could be placed on the route Is further from their homes than-ls the location.of .tho post office. Miss Kathleen, Lynn Is homerfroni business college at Lethbridge, Farmers ploughing since the rains. Another, good, shower would do an incalculable good. PICTURE BUTTE Mrs. Hartley-will .leave this week for her new home on a, ranch at Mon- aeh. The best wishes of all concern- ed go with her. The foot-weather this past week has dried out the ground, so much that plowing has in a good -many places ceased. A good ralri now ivoiild provide some green feed for the settlers here. It is time the local Board of Trade took steps to carry out some of their maginary schemes-lo-.-assist the farm- ers. Iron Springs or Picture ..Butte, so S.D., in compaaiy iirothcr, Floyd Ennis and Arthur Gil- der, attended Dominion Day exercises nt Aden on ths First. the former's j far, none their'1 schemes on their, promoters Tho ditch petitions are now on hand for signature at the local poat EKTL.AVV Retlaw, July 12.-J, Webster, lias sold, hi? barber shop business to NT. HanAcock, of Lost Lake. Mr. d j and Sundaj" phoning ijmte position Warner, AHa., July on Wednesday was favored with a .num- ber of heavy showers, with some-Jiail, but the latter -was not -in sufficient quantities to do any damage The rain will help along the flax, and pos- sibly the later oats, and will .help some of the wheat, but the fact can-- not be denied that considerable mora rain Is required. We underntand that the Ogilvie Flour Milling Co. of Medicine Hat have purchased the elevator built by the Alberta Pacific Co., and that they will open, it In...the near future; for the purpose of-handling a line of flour anil feed..' The houfio in' which ho revolver. This murder mystery