Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1911 THE LETHDRID3E DAILY HERALD PAGE SEYtfr Store Bulletin No. 2 Tomorrow Will Be Dress -i Day At Store WE_ARE OUT aftsr a record day's bualness In our Ladies' Dreis Department The prices on every Gingham, Cloth or Silk, have been reduced for tomorrow only. A small deposit.arid we will reserve the dress or dresses until you are ready for thorn, Percale House Dresses 95c A small lot, dark Percale and Print made and good style, sizes up to 40. Regular value GinghamStreet Dresses These serviceable dresses come in neat check and stripe patterns In-, a good quality Of Seotyh Gingham. Sizes up to 42, Linon Street Dresses three splendid styles' in this service- able Linen CloUi, colors linen; cadet and white. Sizes up to 42. Crepe and Ratine Dresses At this price you will flnd over, ten. different styles in the popular Coatee 'and 2 piece or combination dresses. The sizes are principally. 14, 16, 18 years and bust. All the new- shades, pumpkin, seraphe and Labrador blue. Fancy Dresses Dresses'--that will find the -latest :lii.material and two. piece linen dresses, coatee dteases, In crepes, Dolly yarden crepe, and ctSiur serviceable materials, sir.es from 34. Middy Blouses A special line.-of girls' Balkan Middy Blouses, sizes U 6 15 yours, plain white, or while trimrasd ii-itli blue .or white. Silk Best quality only Messaline Silk Dresses hi colors navjv Copenhagen, old made up in several smart styles lace trimmed, a wonderful bar- gain. Sizes 34, and 40 only Wash Two dozen only, well made White Skirts, material. Indian Head .suiting. Sizes 23 to 27 waistband. Rylands Co. The Busy Store FIRE AT HAGERSVILLE June at 2 a.m. this morning destroyed R. K. Ranks' mill and .'bakery at a loss of NEW STOCK, LISTED June. Superior G per cents: are officially listed. Kill the Flies in Your House Now Toronto's Medical Health. Officer says: "if you come across-any flies in your house kill them now." There1 fore .all. good housekeepers should commence using WILSON'S FLY PADS early and continue their use through the season. Remember that every ten-cent packet of WILSON'S FLY PADS will kill more flies than three liundred sheets of sticky paper. sFollow tlie''fdirections carefully to get Uie beat DROUGHT I.N RUSSIA: RUST IN OKLAHOMA Chicago, III.; June con- tinued to advance by firm cables. It was said the drought in southwestern Russia had not ibeen relieved as the rains report- ed to have fallen there proved to be scattered and light. Assertions that black rust was spreading in Okla- homa and had passed from the spore stage to full development counted also against the bears. Prices started un-. changed to H cent higher, dipped un- der last night's level, and then again rose. ASK FOR ARBITRATION OF PANAMA TOLLS CASE- Washington, D.C., ..June S.rHBy a veto of S to 6, tils Seiiato.Foreign Re- lations committee-.today adopted the Sutherland resolution directing: Prest-' dent Wilson to open negotiations with Great Britain for special arbitration of the Panama tolls dispute. The resolu- tion now goes to the Senate. MILADI Phones Res.1125 Office 1224 AFTFdl A WHILE Our coming Lord will put" wrongs right, After a while And saints will see with clearer sight, After a while. Though severed now their paths may be, Though troubles rise like a surging sea, We'll meet the Victor of Calvary, After a while. The tangled web will all unfoid. After a while The dross purged out reveal the gold, a while. The darksome path will end in light, In a land that knows no shades of man, Adair. Simpson, Grace Itosaino, Dora; Iris Lock wood, Mar- tha Scott, Cclia Boyle, (Icucvievc Verna HosiUon, Daisy fiercer, and Masters j. Locttwoody (T. Morrison, llos- ilton, J. Hardy, J. Peat, II. Kardy and J. Fenny. .Blisses Grace Saner, Alice Harden- Birely, senior class members of the local chapter of Kap- pa AlphaTheta, one of the largest national 'sororities, were guests of honor at a banquet given in the sor- ority suite in Craig liall, Missouia, Jast Wednesdav afternoon. Tne rooms werc dec0tated with a profu- w- wtc ,jlacs atld lhe t bles _ were laid with' pansv place cards. Mistakes and failucs all made right-1 Mjss Eloise Knowies" presided as After a while. i toastinistress and the three guests ot I honor -responded gracefully to the There 11 he.no pangs of vain regret, r tributes offered them, at the After a while The journey top, we will forget; After a while. The deep dark waters all passed through, Heaven and home corning in view, And peace 'these never After a while. Then farewell to the darkening years, After a while Out failures, sighs and tears, After a while. Entered the ended the race, Meeting our Saviour face to face, We'll praise the Lord for matchless grace, That led us all the while. Scott. Rev. G. H. Cobbledick, who has teen attending conference in. Calgary, returned home today. I Mrs. W. II. Morris, Tenth St., is spending a week with friends at Ra-. ley. Mr. McMillan, of the Bank of Com- merce staff; is spending his vacation n Calgary an.d Bariu'-., Mr. Robertson, of tlie Bank of Commerce staff at Granum, was a visitor with Lcthbridge friends to- day.' Mr. H. H. Cragg will be the act- ing pastor of the Taber Methodist church for the summer. Mrs. R- A. Williamson, Fourteenth St., returned yesterday from a visit "in Calgary. vMr. and Mrs. R. G-. Maynard and 'aniily, accompanied by Mrs. May- lard's mother, Mrs. Glazier, have jone on a'two months' vacation to Victoria. Miss Edna Tripp will be a tea hour tostrss on Sat-unSay in honor of Miss i same time presenting their gift to j the suite, a brass flower basket and 'a cut pitcher and glass- es. The company included in addition to those named, Misses Diana Uline Bess Marguerite Bon- ner, Merle Kettlewell, Corinne Mc- Donald, Isabel Gilbert, Alpha Buse, Stella Gladys Freeze, Fran- ces Page of Sandpoint, Margery Max-1 well, Helen Giltett, Helen Cothmn, Medicine Ilatv Kate Murr, Ethel Stubblefield, ArvaiBy'a vote of 200 to 55, ratepayers Willoughby, Frances Donaher, Louise authorized the expenditure UlTYREGiiED Health Restored By "Fruit-a-tives" Aug. 36th. 1913, "About two yws ago, I found ray health in fi very bad state. My kidneys and liver were not doing their work, and I became all run-down. I felt the need of some good and having- seen "Fnut-'iftiyes" advertised, I decided to try them. Their effect, I found more satisfactory. Their action was mild and the results all'that could have been expected. My Hver ami kidneys resumed their normal action after I had taken upwards of a dozen boxesi and I regained ray old time vitality. Today, 1 am as well at ever, the I have ever enjoyed, ami i unhesitatingly give you this tcbtitnonial for publication if you wish" B. A. KELIvY. In hundreds of letters received by the Fruit-a-tiyes Company, the same expres- sion is used "Fruit-a-tives is the best kidney remedy in the At any rate, these tablets have proved the best to the hundreds of men and women who have been cured by takihgthem. joe a box, 6 for trial 250. At all dealers or sent on receipt pf price by Fruit-a-tives limited, Ottawa. II PISSES CONFIRMS'AGREEMENT WITH N.B. CLOTHING CO. TO BUILD .THERE. Weber, Judith Hatch Taber. Yesterday evening, Misses Margery Maxwell, Helen Cothran, Kate Murr Ether Stubblefield, Arva Willoughby Frances Donaher, Louise Weber, Ju- dith Hatch Taber were initiated into membership in Kappa AHha Theta sorority. Following the initiation ceremony, there was elaborate banquet at the Palace ho- tel. Fansies were-used with charming decorative effect on the tables. 'Miss Eloise Knowies introduced the speak- ers at the little love feast which fol- and Beatrice for general hospital extensions and deficit; by 183 to 82, ?2500 for mar- lowed, the substantial banquet. .v Miss Judltfc. .Hfltch part ol the left for home 'today to spend -the summer at her home here. Canada.has a gifted English visit- or just now, Miss Edith Collyer of Coliyer, is ;a min- iature painter, 'in the west getting sketches for her work, some which has already; seen the inter- ior of the Royal Academy. Clubs and Societies The Maple LeaP Mission Band Of Knox church will meet on Friday af- ternoon, instead oi Thursday as pre- viously announced, iu the Sunday school room. Tlie Hope of Lcthbridge and On- Begin, or who is the guest! ward Lodges 1. 0. T. will hold a combined meeting on Thursday even- Miss Downer, Westminster i The Misses Robinson, of iilg at 8 o'clock prompt in Bailey street school, Sixteenth St., N. A who have spent the winter and spring tul1' attendance of c< both the guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. lodBes is requested. Uobinson, leave, at the i-nd. of tlie Twenty-nine members attended the Westminster Bpworth League on Mcoday niglit. William Francis read a Tine musical paper, "Rock of veek for Kelowna, B. C. Mrs. James Short, of Oalgirv, ti-.A A. B. May, 'of Oali- 'oniia, are the gnests of their her, Dr. A. 51. Laflerty, Jlrs jalterty, Sixth St. Mrs. Charles MoKillop entertained the reading being interspersed with music at various intervals. The regular monthly meeting of Ladies' Aid will be held at 3 number of friends at a picnic party .it Henderson Lake yesterday after- j olclock tomorrow afternoon. A full A delightful time was spent in! attendance is requested, and the lad- ,he nool lireezes from the lake, after ies arc askcl1 to como Prepared to vhich a dainty supper was enjoyed. Now is the time for repainting your house, for pro- tectloh against the weather and for the sake of appearance as well. There is nothing that will show better returns for the time and jmoncy spent'than keeping everything about the home or about the farm spick and span with paint. There is a Sherwin-VVilliams paint or varnish for every surface and for every and see us about your painting and ask us for color cards. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. riumbinfi, Hailing, Tinimithinf, and Gat Pitting LETHBRIDGfc sew. The reception committee will in- clude Mrs. A. Cr. Cameron and Mrs. Donald, wliile Mrs. Henderson, H. Tlie christening of Margaret, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William J. B. Murray and Mrs. A. Goldie, '703 Twelfth St., n., N., lastjDIweth bc hostesses. evening by the Rev. A. C. Rrymij 1. V. was the occasion of a delightful sup- per party. Twenty-four guests enjoy- ed an evening of games, and dancing, music by pipers being especially pleasing. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reynolds, of this city announce the engagement, of their second daughter, Hattio May, to Mr. Roy L. Sutherland, of Ed- monton, formerly .of this city, son of Mr. and Mrs, A. A. Sutherland of Oxford, Nova Scotia. The marriage will take place quietly the latter pan of the month. ket improvements, and by 189 to 50, confirmed agreement with Murdock McLedd Clothing Co., ot" Moucton, JST. B-( for a clothing factory. A bylaw to spend _ on parks was de- feated 135 to 109. 'FRISCO BANKER COMMITS SUICIDE San Francisco, Gal., June H. Luchsinger, president of the Huin- boldt Savings bank, one of the largest financial institutions in the mitted suicide today by inhaling gaa. Financial worry was given as the cause. Officers and directors oE tlie bank issued a statement saying an ex- ttuiinatioa of the accounts of: the ln: stitution showed everything in good condition. .ARSONETTEfi. CAUGHT Belfast, Ireland, June suffra- gettes, Misa Madge Muir and -Miss Mary Larmour, who were caught this morning, setting fire to a residence near Beifasf, were arrested .and com- mitted to "trial. Little' damage was done byHne fire. New Silks MOT EOft MANY YEARS has there such a demand for Dress And througlrthe splendid buying Hudson's Bay (jo., this, store has been able to keep pace with the demand. With the co-operjitlon of. our London, N'ew York and-Montreal buyers, we are able, at all times, to secure not only tine best values, but all the newest novelty.effects. Wo have just received a handsome lot of New Moire SllkB, full 36 inches wide in ocean blue, moss, forest and Dcanvllle greens, Aztec, Panama, Vendome and Mexique. Also Uie popular Taffeta in-30 inch, white, sky, pink, navyt seal brown and many of the latest nf.vel shades. Dainty Ghecmey and Dresden Silks, 3C inches wide in laany beautiful color- ings. Crepe de Chine, full 42 inches in all staple colors. Also Paddj Green, Nel Rose and Tango. Damas Crepes, full 42 inches in neafc designs in black, white, sky, pink and Castanet. A visit to our Silk Section convince you' that bur prices are the lowest possible consistent with high Quality. Service is unequalled and the store is fine and cool these warm days. The Hudson's Bay Co. j COFFEE and BAKING POWDER You are Invited to try Blue Ribbon pure tooi products entirely at our risk We guarantee them to be absolutely pure :dnd .to give every satisfaction. If you are disappointed in.any way bring them bacV to the store and have your money refunded. Lethbridge Millinery Co., Ltd. 514-4th Avenue South Phone 457 ALL MILLINERY STOCK TO BE CLOSED OUT BY JULY 1 GOING OUT MILLINERY BUSINESS L. A. SCOTT, Manager The. filth annual meeting of the Al- Vorta branch of the Women's Jlissioh- socictj' of the Methodist church convening in Calgary Wesley hurch today, Thursday anil Friday. Irs. -Tibcrt, ot this city, is billeted vlth Mrs. 1'iigh Mrs. Shoulti and Irs. Allisun, of Pincher Creek, with Irs..Mite; Mrs. Lytlc, of Pincher Creek, with Mrs. J. W.. Shelly Mrs. Miles, of Carmangay, with Mrs. S. Dawson, and Mrs. Quaylc, cf Ed- lonton, with Mrs. Austin. Mrs. W. Hardy entertained a num- er of little folks at her home on ccond Avc., S. yesterday in honor f her daughter, Lydia's, "birthday. Hist dainty refreshments had been crved, an enjoyable evening was )cnt in games. Those present were, ols .Violet Gaut, Marie.Sea-i NOW IS THE TIME Sensational Clean up Sale on All Suits, All Coats and Furnishings at NEXT-TO-NOTHING PftlCES THE ROYAL STORE SOUTHARD BLOCK 512 3rd Ave. S.