Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHKRIDGK DAILY 1IEKAIJ) Page 11 RYLANDS CO. THE SELL FOR LESS STORE I RYLANDS CO. HIRT WAIST SATURDA A Rousing Sale of 10.0 Waists; The Surplus Stock Of An Eastern Factory, At Astounding Prices j' Stock Up While The Prices Are Be A Wise Woman Get Yours Early.____ Never Before And Neveir Again An Opportunity Like This Present Itself-Step Lively IV AN OFFBK liko this uae made to baying public of aa East- ern city, it-would cron-d the doorway loisg before opening Selling over 1.000 crisp, waists, tiarUly three weeks out tho factory al practically the price of the materials, doesn't peem possible, but It Is a fact. It's tho same old tualter needed tho took OUR price for the they are here for >ou tomorrow. DON'T MISTAKE this Tor an ordinary 'sale yoicc- eilracrilinaiy. You'll need "at least a couple ct eiira for the days to come. Why not saie ttijlle this great one day offer is onl You will have no Iro.iUc choos- store will be one big waist department for Saturday. There will te extra people to you, loo. 200 Dainty Waists at Fac- tory Prices Prelty'tmrd to describe them will Just say that there Is hardly a nalst in Ihe lot worth less than, some are really laluee. Every eUe from 34 to 40, wltVa.few .42 sites. Graep the. opportunity early. J 95c. Waists Of AH Kinds Worth Up to on Sale is another group ot Waists hard.to thRre are Huens, embiolfiered .mulls, dimities and.a FCOIB or so ot other tempting a grand "offer, for there are actual values IndudeiTat this Ridiculous Price. Crisp New Embroidered Waists-At Half Price They arc perfect beauties. Why sold M'alslB TIO be Her than those tor and tho people told us they the lieft values In the city at that iirice. Sec the line .Swiss Emtroiderwl Waists. Some low t necks, but mostly with Sizes 36 to A wonderful Investment The Finest of Swiss Em- broidered Waists Reduced -Now, If >ou want something extra a nice dressy waist, look for the sign-- "Values will flnU natty dafnty Swiss oralrolciereu Waists, beautiful Net Waists, together for a great One-Day Bargain. See The Wonderful Values In Tailored Waists Imagine ?iOO and eicn Pique aud Ftxtcy Musllu Waists M such a lov.- price. It's a-shatrie to sell ihem, but we tire out for a record ue'U get it too such Irrefutable valuts. Stylish Silk Waists Up To New Goods Your choice' M. anr silk ;tbc store at no is the lime 5S or i, i so :r Kaaty Silhs i> for sTojnorrowQnly-rDon't procras- tinate. Other Interesting Bargains For Saturday Shoppers Extra Fine Silk Lisle 'Hose on Sale: A- special offering" ot Sheer Llale tan'or black to Evwj- pslr isj fiaaze .Coibirialions For FioiS. 'fatiit CoBiDliii- irm. i 1 Best English Longcloth Atost Fine' Long- cloth, full i'ard Vide, cicclient for unaeiVearrregiilar 15o value on Sate Saturday 10 yds. for Babies Summer Bonnets Must Go One-Quarter of! every nonnct in tbe new' goods. Ncal littlo JIuslin Donncls, aa low as 25o nod ,35o. All priced for a1 complete 61earance Odd Lines Lisle and Cotton Gioves An oM'and cud lot'of Lisle and Silk" Lisle Gloves, medium ,and white coio're, Regular I5o lo 50c values' SalQ'Prlco. j 2 prs. tii Large Hair .Nets For .-.For, tomorrow ejlro..' large or with-' out elascc. All featoer, also blacfc; on V Like President Braces OD Sale A splendid easy wearing brace, strongrr than the .President, tho sanae. Our price for 25c eincis Selling Exclusive Nemo and Warners Rust Proof Corsets' MILADI THE UOAl) TO YO'JTII Since I resohed Xo look for lu all creeled things, To tur.L ui) bjfk on'wliat A .id Lusii all uuduurings To look my neighbor as A HUE, lata'jv me well, Ai.it let Its cloud llut lowers pisi All Leedieii ol Us sjiell; To seelt tie blighter side of all Thit couies nhvvatt mj way, And every morning to recall Some happy bygone day; To thrust out my heart and mind All evil thoughts and mean, Acd cverjuheie I gtarce to f.ud Home beauty in ihfc scene. 1 find that'tho'Jjh my dajs My Trutli To tell, tt.e method brings me peace, And holds me close to youth. Kendriek lij'ujs. t Mr. and Mrs C. R. Mutheivs arc over arrival of a baby boy last Light. Mrs A. Hubert and tr.c little leave tonight to spend a few dajs Miss Holt has goae-to Cious Xest and other, U._C. points for a short vacation. Alterr.oon lea '.ull be served at tl.e tennis courts as.usual totnoirow. Mr. Uoyd Sljruin has joir.cd the office staff of the International Har- vester For Saturday All bargains adver- tised in yesterday's paper will be on sale at prices advertised until Store Closes at 10 o'clock To-morrow Night ]5e here tomorrow- ami take of tlio many exceptional opportunities offered. XOTE: Our now tolcpliune 313, or 513, will conned yon our private cxrliaiui'e. Hudson's Bay Stores onf signed'their positions as tnfmliers onf tl.e Miss .McCrimiuou remaining in tbe east after the sum- F OF INTEREST TO WOMEN Mrs. S liatcmaii was hostess of Miss Minnie ypari. lias accepted a a deliglitrully informal tea jcsterday. position as stenographer at the Bauk I'ottcii plants, I'erns and caioalions OL Montreal vcie eRective in decoration. At the [tea hour the hostess was assisted dy (her uiotl-er, Mrs. Diirct, ar.d Mrs. MitcheU. TLose present included Mrs. Mitch- ell, Mrs, Smith, Mrs" Hick, Mrs. Green, Mrs- Mrs. Ilufner, Mis. Kaakc, Mrs. Leutt and Mrs, Livingston. Miss U: IMrlEinsj ol KtigUniJr has arrived in the city and is a guest 'with Mr- and Mrs.'Snead, 1GQ9 First v Mr. and Mrs." A- Cunningham expect to Monday for Calgary, will reside m future. MiL i doftD from Calgaty last night.- Mrs. Stanley Kfrlhani is entertain- ing at a supper tomor- row evening in courtesy to Miss Hel- en briilMo-b'e. i Mrs. J. Mrs. W. V. Mc- Millen and Artliuc Hayr" have returned from Calgary, where attended the proviricial "A. con- vention 'of Mrs. Murrel-Wriglit icab an exceediagly clever'and deeply thougM- ful Realm" on Wednesdiy aitemoo'n at .the A. convention in Calgary. She hon- ored Lj the A., The only publisher of the rotlil is in Hcgiua at the present line. She is Mrs. Alice Harrinian, who has publishing houif-s lioth in Seattle and in York, has one hundred authors on her list, and has put out some o! the re- ceat best.sellers, including "Scuf- by Saliie Robins, a soutliein slory is now teiiig dramatized. The growth ot the Canadian west is wonderful to viho tcinembers Urgina as a mere til- lage and Winnipeg as less than halt its present proportions. The meeting ol the Women's Press Club In Ed- monton is cldiming-the attfDtibn ot this woman publishei' and she will proliably go there and get in touch PHILOSOPHY OF LEONARDO DA' VINCi The pbilosopby of the great Kaliaa etudent of natural scieace, Uhe pilot-, er of the Mom Is Bhown in the" lolloping few paragraphs from "Thoughts on Life." "Thou, O God, dost sell unto us alt ,ood things fit the price of labor." life, beauty perishes, not in "V.'iiere ihcre is moH of feel- there of martyrs is the greatest- martyr." "Vows when hope dies." "As a wtll-spfcul day brings so life weH used brings happy death." 'Shun those studies in which the work that results dies with the worls- i ".Valure never her OR-Q- laws.1' "Von do ill If you praise, hut worse' if you censure, what you 3o not right-' iy injures others regards not himself" "He who does value life It not." An Interpolation "Mother, may I go o-Jl to "yes, my darling daughter. Hang your clothes on a hickory limb, but' since palleys and cords have boea I r, ,.i i 'l !..w-.. v I -i fii i I ......i i i i i i Whllo si portion of the) fell 'on-Mr.' of Klnest6b. asleep in bed, a large celhtij5 in a bedroom sV Samuel Griffin founder of th- with" tour SCHOR and general CLUBS The Westminster triumphed" oter last evening by a score of 10 to Tbe-gamr uas playcil on the grounds of the latter team vias a snlcii- did one throughout.." SI Paul's. first t l.uthettti Sunday school vrll! hold their annual picnic al the river bottom on Dominion Day. It was al first intended to hold the picnic at an earlier ilaie, but the event has teen definitely fired for July I. themselves ot the opportunity of see- ing these gems, would do'isell to see them. Seventeen mcmiers r.itcndcd closing meeting ol Hid season of Knox Lad- ies' Aid yesterday 'tiftcmoon. Mrs: fl. H. Hill and Mrs. K. Xels'cn were-the reception commillce, uliile M.ts. Hodd'er, Mrs. Fisher and Mrs. Donald, were hostesses. The excculiie. was commissioned to lake charge of a social, to open the coming season's work in Scplembcr. The Alberta hranch of the Women's Missionary Auxiliary of (ho Metho- dist church in convention in Medicine The l.elhbiidgc Wiliord Union met'Hat, elected officers as tolloaa Hre- ycslcrday allcrnoon in sidcnl, Mrs. Chown, EiJraon- chutch ar.d decided to Ihc Ira. J. It. Turner__ Magralh In Same CUu Tho son am going to have my college jtllplotna framed. Where' would .you'advls-o. me'lo l.'.r f.vhcr side' that beantlfnt slock certificate ol fuck. The Acme of Purity in Laundry Soaps. Those white fleecy garments, those dazzling white linens, owe the very essence of their cleanliness to Sunlight Soap, One cake of Sunlight is easily equal to half of a woman's labor at saves all the rub and wear and not the-, slightest Jirijury to hands or fabric. Just try Sunlight, 5c. a bar, :Tjie, LEVER on H i tiirwitte H' Purity Excelience.