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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JULY 20, 1914. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY PAGE SEVEN There's been no "Let-up" to the big Rummage Sale EVER SINCE WE OPENED (he dooi'S last Thursday morning the store has been crowded. On several occasions we were compelled to dose the doors, so great were the crowds. So determined are we every day of this sale a record one that we have CUT THE PRICES STILL DEEPER, added new bin-Mains to the list, and re-arranged the whole store for your convenience. The Sale is half over-come tomorrow 200 more. Gauze Vests Tuesday only at 25 pairs P. C. Corsets, Summer weight, pair OUw The last of ihose Silks up to 76c yd. for balance of our ,15c 4 4 A Prints Ginghamt I I C The balance of our ,15c i 19 Prl Lacet and Embroideries n wortri'up to 20o for ww Dreiaes for Street wear, worth up to Voila Waists Worth up to 9 I Pumps Oxfords clearing at 4 SO only large Bed nr; Quilts, white only 9 I >fcw BO Combinations worth up to TuMday wsinn that sold for clearing at tattiss' Night Gowns t4 worth up to I .Girls' Summer Hats, worth up to 75c Dress Silks, wide, worth up to for 75c Silk Dresses .worth Up to oh Girls' Dresses up to 2-7 yrs, half price Child' cut, rei Iren'c Shoes low 4 regular up to Silk Waists, all new to at Remnants of all kinds at Half Price. A Word About Those Coupons We had to disappoint a good many people Saturday night because the supply of cou- pons ran out. If those who did not receive a coupon will ask for them tomorrow will be given gladly. Are you. saving up .your coupons? .'Remember, the sale closes oil iu: on this big Premium worth of merchandise given Free. RYLANDS CO. CONDUCTING A BEAL CUT PKICE SALE THE VISCOUNTESS CURZON, A LOVELY TYPE OF ENGLISH WOMANHOOD ife of Viscount Cui7on oldest ton o' LatI Ifone Curzon is right U consideicd to bo tho mo t beautiful blonde in London sccleU Lftst ear v ns tho Queen of Beauty at the Bails Coirt a aim played to perfection. Lady Curzon generally spends the winter oit the Rlveria, golf being ono of her favorite outdoor amusements GADSBY YOUTH DROWNS Stettjer, Alia., July Sunday mornfng Inst a young man named Itob- ert Grant of Qadsby went wllh.acora- imnlon 'bathing in the dnm at Gadshy when, It is stinposed, Grant was Beiz- with., cramps, and was dro'wncd In about.sixteen 'ot'Valiiiv IJU com- uaulon eluo ItiiJ a narrow' Deceased twenty yuari and employed us clferk In. Cuillnore's gen- eral store, nnd'.Tfas very popular. The body will he slilpned to for in- termonU M. -v Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 Canst tliou discern another's m't you envy? 'v Tell envy, when she would an (joy, That thoutaiids want 'Wbat you enjoy. MJay. Catch tlion, 0 catch the transient I hour; Improve each moment as it flies; Life's a short a He how soon heMies! Johnson..' I AD uuwn in the sunless retreats of the ocean Sweet, flowers are springing no I tal can. see; iS6 deep in my eoul the still1 prayer of devotion, Unheard by tlio world, rises silent to Thee. Mr. R. V. Gibbons is enjoying a holiday trip to Spokane. Mr. Rennison of Monarch' -was a visitor in the city oh Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Bennett and children left this morning ,6n a trip to Vancouver and the coast cities. Miss Dieaeth and Margaret DIeseth have -returned from a week's visit at the Holms ranch. t Messrs. Robin and Clarence Slier- lock and-Will Simpson leave.this week for the Watertbn. lakes, where they will camp for a time. Mrs. Dinninfl and little daughter of Castor, Alta., is the guest of her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Bentley. Mrs. Cox and Mrs. Hope Burnett of Ottawa, who have been the guests of Mrs. A. McKillop of Calgary left on Friday for a Jioliday on the ranch of Mr. Cos of Lady Evelyn Farquhar has returned to Rideau Cottage, Ottawa, while Colonel Farquhar is in Newfoundland with his Royal Highness. Her sister, Lady Norah Brasseyr from la with her.' Mr. Phil Ba'wden had the misfortune yesterday to have the small bone in his left arm broken. .He was riding out at Henderson Lake, when in some way his mount threw him. 4 Mr. McKinley Key. of Milk .giver is a guest withi Mr. and Mrs: R. T-! Brym- nsr. Mrs, Key is in. the Oa'H hospital Mrs. H. Bentley was. the hosteES of the tennis tea .on Saturday afternoon, when her daughter, Miss D.orotny; na- Miss Bland, of Toronto, >'ho spent the weekend the guest of Mrs. J. B. Murray, left today for Calgary. Mrs. J. A. Holmes has-gone on a visit to her aurifc in Port -Arthur and will later proceed to Mr. and Mrs. G. C. K. Noiirse and Mr. and Mrs; J. A. Robertson spent the week-ead at Al- (jertan. t Miss Lucile Eckstorm, who has icen attending University in Seattle, s expected home tomorrow. .Mrs. E. G. Harvey, Sixth -Arc., cftr this afternoon on a three months' isit to New York, lioston and other idihta. .tlren of Lethbridge, spent Friday the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Hugh McLean, of Ottawa street and Kifteenth Ave. Leader. t Mr." CI, H. Harmon, manager of ihe Bauk of Montreal, who has been relieving ar Raymond, returns Wednesday. On the Wesley Sunday school ex- cursion to Uolcmaii on Wednesday Tieit, the Irain.passcs through Crows Nest. This is mentioned because many have asked regarding the mailer. sisted. Despite the hot afternoon a goodly number were present, includ- ing Mrs.'Kfnney, Mrs. Hoy Davidson, the Misses Do'wner, Hanrahan, den, Sang, Aird, Conybeare, McNab, King, Tripp, Patteson, Barassin, and Messrs. Lloyd, Davidson, Dodd, Whitmore, Martindale, Kenni- sort Khmey, McArtliur, Mason, Seaman, Rosenroll and others. Mrs, Pirie, who with Mr. Pirie, goes o reside at Fort George shortly, and Mrs. Gagnebiri, who will join her hus- band at .Cardston, were the honor guests of a farewell social evening, given by Rev. and Mrs. A. C. Bryan at St. Andrew's Manse on Friday ev- ening, the choir, of which they were members. A.pleasant time was spent in music and games, and after a short address by Rev. A. C. Bryan, Mr. iValter. Hartley, on behalf of the choir, presented each of the departing niem- jers with a lovely cup and saucer. The serving of .dainty refreshments concluded the bright affair. Clubs and Societies The Rebeccas will meet in the I. 0- O. F. on Wednesday evening, July 22nd. All members are asked to be aresent. The Intermediate Christian Endea- vor of St. Andrew's church will meet at 7.30 this evening. All the mem- bers are urged to attend. 'up Westminster ctiurclr Sunday school will enjoy their annual picnic to the river bottom on Friday: next. The Christian Endeavor of St An- l LWJi' drew's church will meet tomorrow ev- ening, when the music'committee 'will be in charge. St. Augustin's Women's .Auxiliary will meet 'at four on .Friday afternoon. A full attendance is urged. The Onward Bible class of St. An- drew's church will meet at 8 o'clock oh Wednesday- The discussion of business matters will 'take up part of the time, and all members should be present. Wesley Ladies' Aid wili meet to morrow afternoon instead of Wednes day. on -account of the Sunday schoo excursion to Coleman. Importani business necessitates a full attend ance. A pantry sate will be held at St. An- draw's AJanse by Mrs. A. C. Bryan on Thursday from 3 to 6 and again from 7.30 to 10 in the evening. Ice- cream and cake will be served, and Mr. Lavvson, M.L.A., Mrs. indoors and games out should of Lang, Mrs. Hessey two chil- assure all a good time. SOCIETY LADIES AT A FAMOUS LONDON BALL FOR SWEET CHARITY'S SAKE HWWFW FJTlKWT GDttWis London society indulged In midnight charily >ba'll recently in aid of the ational Institute for the Blind. Tho iheneficinrles ihy mi-turn of their afflic- oiis are spared from observing the ;iri iilieir bfihaif. wo of iflio most herewith SltoWn. At this, ut at otlier brtlls thip caaon, Futurist deSlgnn were much In evidence. PriKds valued at eluding n motor car, ipcar'l and'diamond-pendant, pictures by Fanibtls U. A.'s and flxpensivo frocks, tho most wwidorful ccllccltou ever donated at a Lon- don bull, wore distill buted FETE OR" RACE FROCK A !copy of an exclusive Paris model in very soft, rich striped foulard, lined with silk. IMPERIAL .EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE FOR TORONTO London, July lut'lUllon of Hon. It. .A. Pyne, minister of Educa- tion for Ontario; to hold the Imperial conference in Toronto in 1916 was un- animously accepted at the meeting of the Imperial Union, teachers held in. Caxton ha'il. Dr. Hughes states that owing to the arrangements the- government of On- tario could make, the trip would not cost more than a inece. The delegates would be housed free cf charge In the residences of the Toron- to University. Announcement Continuation of the July Sale TODAY.AYE ANNOUNCE Stilo News of important interest to all Lethbridge buj'ers. This morning we received a wire from the Head Office, advising us to con- tinue our JULY CLEARANCE SALE for another week. This will he welcome news to the public of this city. In.addition to the lines adver- tised we are placing on sale many more attractive bargains at prices away be- Ipw their trtic value. July Clearance Sale Ends July 25th Full course Breakfast served every Morning in our Tea Rooms Hudson's Bay Co. Macleod, Alia., July Rev. Edwin Smith, the pastor of the Pres- byterian church of Macleod, who fs- ceutly handed in his resignation, to the has been requested By a majority of his congregation to withdraw his resignation. A iheeting of the Presbytery was also he'id'on Thursday moruing, and a similar re- quest was made. to. .Mr. Smith, but; ilotivithstandlng this, Mr. Smlti do. dined to withdraw his resignation, which was finally accepted. The members of the Presbytery sent at the meeting were: Rev. A. Cainrbn, Letbrldge, moderator; ReV, A. C. Bryan. Lethbridge, and Rer..T, M. Murray, Coleman. HEAT KILLS MANY VALUABLE HORSES Regina, Sash, Julv cnampionship draught in this proiitice hove died from illneSs lollowipg the extreme heat of the few days Four More Days Concludes Our Great July Clearance Sale And those who have not previously visited our store, will certainly find it to their advantage to do so in the next few days. Ladies' White Kid Gloves 75c Pail> A perfect fitting of Italian, manufacture and equivalent in quality to many sold at and a -spleridid bargain at 75c a Crepe Combinations Lace trimmed Combinations, and stampRd ready