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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TurnsnAY. .iixk g. loix THE THE GREAT OFFENSIVE. ^.liivch and April, 1918. IIdi) iiKiiiy UiovisaiidH will bo wiitcliln' AnxlDiitily, wi' wniiry iiearls, l''(ii' llu^ iiolcoino o' tlilH lialllc-lli'i-o ;ui(l oko ill loi'dgn piirls'.' I loo our CiiIdhImIs will foci III 'I'lio Kucrltli'isH llioy liim maili;. l,Gfl. tlinir linmeH and Kiiid i>osllloii-i, For Constipation Carter's Little Liver Pills will set you right over night. Purely Vegetable Small Pill, Small Dote, Small Price Carter's Iron Pills will restore color to the facea ot those who lack Iron In the blood, Bs moat pale-faced people do. C!oHllyH lieon llio price Ihoy'vc paid. \V\�'vi' to tlintik oor brave flaiiadiaii.h, .\yi\ and oor .\UHtrallan.s too. l-'or tb(- llmcdy aid lliry'vo glpii iib, Diino tlifiir brst to Itclp iip tbroo. I k(Mi ao youth, a bonnle cliappio, III' used to puBH this way to aliintt. AMa. 'liliiry hospital ���tcdicliii! Hal il-ion of .\ew ng;ig(.'iiient n] Ida lo Mr. PAC.R NINB iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiniKiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiw^ Mrs. Cf. Gear Is vi, i in ("ard.ston for a w' ihi', M't iiarcnis ? .;. : CHURCHES AND SOCieTlE3 : ? :oth-ifrom one of tiio la! "Tiie Parlor .Snul,'' l)rldBC' for a number of years leave many friends in tlie city. and wliicli is loi �veiling at the ] ii story taken iiiiigazlnos, ar- ; Dr. D. Detwller, of Lcthbridge. is in the city and is a guest of Mrs. Horgle, LADIES' HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS Rylands & Co. NEW SILK DRESSES A COMPLETE STOCK OF Seasonable Merchandise COMBINED WITH A For Friday and Saturday 20 Cloth Suits 20 We have a complete assortment of cloth suits in Delhi Cloths, Poplin, Serge, Gaberdine, in the most correct and exclusive styles. A complete range of sizes. These suits could not be duplicated at wholesale prices. All at a discount of 20 per cent. off. S.eSlailiesWhit8 Silk Waists vu Ladies' White Tub Silk Waists in a now style, Splendid fitting and a waist that la noted for value and wear. Reg- Q QC ular $-l.,''>0, for ........ 0�UD i2 :50 CORSET sPECim .50 Fifty pair of D. & A. Corsets in a popular medium figure style, Ji.xcoUent quality of material, A lino wo are going out of. Sizes 24 to 27. Keg- O l-n uhxr $3,50, for ........ C>,o\} 20c 20c Ladles' Black Cotton Hose in good (luiillty and suitable (or summer wear. A limited quantity only. Regular value ;ioc to ;iric, for.......... 20c Novelty Underskirts Ladles' Fancy Printeil Under, skirts in pretty design of pink and blue roses or fancy colored stripes. Made In good full stylo �with bias folds and dust frill. ^r."'"^:..............3.50 Novelty Silk N'ovolty colored sport slllts for silk suits. Odd skirts or dresses in sand, green or navy blue, with fancy novelty colored fig-uros. 'M't inches wide. 1 M/k Yard .................. 1.4U Children's Rompers ' Children's Crepe Rompers. Made In good full style ond well inado and neatly finished In saxo blue or pink. Sizes I /|A 2 to 4 years. Special ., 1�UU Boys' Stockings Boys' heavy ribbed Cotton Stockings In wide rib. These will give all kinds of hard wear. Full range of sizes 0,2 to 8.2 and splendid value / ' Olf. At..................... JJC Striped Taffeta The newest novelty..itrlpos in shades ot raspberry, green or navy blue, with stripes In various colors. Suitable for dresses or skirls. ',16 inches O OC wide, Very special at ,, �i��iO $1.00 EXTRA SPECIHL $1.00 I GLQVfS I 100 pairs ot Ladles' French Kid Gloves. Mostly all in black. A few pairs in grey and tan. Slzo-s 5% to (iVi. Regular $1.75 pair, for ........ 1.00 25c WHITE COTTON HOSE 25c dozen only, Ladles' White Cotton Hose. These hose are first elas (luulity, only they are the last of a discontinued lino. Regular 3Bc, for ................ 25c .25 CDR8ETS $1 A popular medium priced corset that gives splendid, wear. A style that suits the averngo figure. This lino is selling at $1.!J0 all over the country. Friday and Saturday wo ofi'er It 1 oic* for ................... 1.^9 A Shipment of New Coats Special Prices for Week-end THE BUSY CASH STORE RYLANDS & CO, Specialists in Hosiery and Underwear Exclusive Ready-to-Wear ranged In a short. si;-icli, staged and directed by ..Mrs. Je.s-^i.' lluiid Pawson and Leo .M. (.'oombs th,- the marriage was soli'.'.nized at St, Patrick's church by tin. Hev, Faiht:r McCaffrey of Miss .Mabel Todd of i.olh-brlrtge and Mr. Mlriiol .Moiioy of Picture. Butte. Tiiv inide was attended by her sLster, .'^'lis:; Venmioa H. Todd and the grm.m.-inian was Mr. A.ndrew .Molloy, brnili';' of the groom. After a wedding brc;i'fi(;\si al ibe boine of Mr. ami Mrs. T. .1. .McXuliy. 214 ittth St. N, the haiM'y couple left for Vanccniver and olli^ i coast ciiifs. (In their return they .ull ^lei'lde iu l.elb-brjilge. � * , * PKTICRSO.X-HA.V.SK.V. On .Monday aiiernoon. .lime :!rd, at the home of the liride's parents. .Mr. and Mrs. Cliristian Peterson, Orion, Alta, their eldi>.-;t' daugliter Ijuiira .\ntoria, was uiiileil in marriage lo Otto Hansen of tlial place. Kuv. ,1. Gold-lug officiated. Items of Interest 'Round the Store FOR FRIDAY SELLING ONLY THREE TOWEL SPECIALS "Heady Vi>r Ilie Roller." .V iiiiiile. up Turkish Towel, 2-"i yards loii).' ami IS inches wide. QA�� For. eiicii................................. yuc Two otln'iK iiuuio 111! ill a gimd (lualily lluek. 2'Ti yards long aiirl IS inches wide. j 2J Do you know that iin ordinary rIzr lc.-,vel. about ISxSii costs today .S'lC? This special Roller Towel, 2',;. yards by halt" yard wide, will only cost nn you.................................... yuc Child's White Elk Sandals With Klk soles. Either for boy or girl. N'olbing else as cool, comfortable and dressy. Sizes S to 10',*;, Friday n � i Special .......... Ci�l*'� I DON'T FORGET OUR SALE OF BOYS' SUITS AT $10.9S .�\ wateli and an extra pair of Ukininer Panis GIVEN FREE with each ot these snits sold. Linoleum Day 100 .yards good quality Linoleum In different pa (terns a nil colorings. Suitable for any purpose, the regular price of which is i52.S.". per lineal yard, wiil be iilaced on sale on Friday only, at 1 1Q square yard ..... A SALE OF SILK DRESSES ALL ONE $Jf r^f\ ALL ONE PRICE I i PRICE 11.59 m .; ANGLICiS DISCUSS VEX[0 QUESTION OF CHURCH FINANCES Qalgary, .luiie tl.-'Yesterday was a loag session and a rather eventful one al Iho Synod of tlie Diocese of Calgary, as the biggest question In the diocese, that of finance, was taken up and disposed of without the motion from Drumlielier lieing introduced to the effect that the i:algury dioce.se discontinue making payments to the Kd-monton diocese per previous arrangement. " The financial situation was taken up shortly before the lunch recess, when tiiB report of Socretary-'I'roasurer Sidney Houlton was called tor. His roii-tlno report was made, prefaced by the remarks (hat rtieie hurt been rumors and mis-statements m to the linunclal affairs born ot ignorance. Following Jlr. Houlton, Canon Murrel-Wright, of Lethbridgo, gave notice of a motion tiiat tho unsecured debts, amounting to $14,994 be divided Into (ivo equal amounts, and a fifth bo- levied on tho iliocoso as a super-assessment each year until tho tlebt Auto Livery COMFORTABLE TOURING AriD SEDAN CARS. CAREFUL, COURTEOUS SERVICE' Phones: ;i Ddy Night 1448 787 could be wiped out. Tlie report of tho secretary-treasurer was then iidoptRii. ' � The happy .solution of tlie whole financial affair was then taken up when Canon Murrel-Wright put bis motion, given notice of just before tho noon adjournment, and it was second ed liy .ludge .lackson. ot Lethbridgo. In explaining bis motion, the canon gave a very good demonstration ot "ligiitning ealcniation" on two blackboards, and thouglit the scheme would not be successful if a new means of equitable assessment was not forthcoming. Tho assessments have been made more from what the executive committee thought the deaneries should pay. Tlie canon suggested an avei'iige of the communicants, church population and the amount of nionoy raised in each deanery, which would give the following results: Calgary, .�;4.-S.")0 instead of $5,000 now assessed; Lctlibridge, $1,20� against $1,250; Red Doer, $1,252 against $1,250; Macleod, $S97 against $800, and High River $535 again.st .$500. Up until last December he aaid, the assessments had been fairly equitable, but the arrearage bad not been "equitable," and showed the arrearage ot the rural deaneries for the totals of 1<)14, 1915, 1910 and lill7 to ha Lethbridgo $497, Red Deer $019, High River $74(i, Macleod $S72, and Calgary $154 "with a seven in front of it." .Much of this, ho exiilained, liad been paid in since tho first ot the year. D. A. Howe, ot Swalhvoll, siiggeHt-ed a big drive to raise the money on the plan of the recent "Red Triangle" drive, to bo coiidncted by a special organizer appointed by tho executive committee. At tills iioint some one asked what the |)onalty would be if the assessments were not paid. "Holze and soil tho church property in the diocese If the assessments are not paid," exclaimed Judge .lackson. Uallots were cast for executive com-inltteo and delegates to the iirovlnelal synod. The following executive committee was elected: Clergy, Canon McMillon, Canon Gale, Canon Murrel-Wright, Canon M. W. Holdroin and Canon Hayes. Laymen, li, J. Froam, .T. Irwin, Dr. Coiiybeai'o, Mr. Justice Walsh, R. K, Fisko, W, A. Parlby. R. S. Law and A. T. Leather. O-slcgates to Provincial Synod Clergy: Dean Paget. Canon McMillon, Canon Gale, Archdeacon Tims, Canon Hayes, Canon M. W. Holdrom and Archdeacon Dewdnoy. Laymen: Mr. .Tiistico Walsh. Judge Jackson, Dr. Conyhcare, H. P. O. Bav-ary, IC. J. Frnani, J. Irwin and 11. M. Flsko. The meeting elected a S. S. oom-inission, a social service c:ommiS8lon and the M.S.C.C., and adjourned. The Sunday scliool coniinissiou chosen was:: Clergy, Canons McMillon and Gale, and Archdeacons Dewdnoy and Tinifl as substitutes. Laymen, Savory and I'^roam with Judge Jackson and Ur. C-onyboaro as su\)8tUutea. Social Service CommlSGion Clergy: Canon McMlUen and Archdeacon Dowdnoy, with Canon Galo and Archdeacon Tims us Hubstitutes., Laymon; Savary and Froam, wlthl Dr. Conyboure aud Judge JacUaon aa alternates. M. S. C. C. Clergy: Canon ;Mc.Millen and Arch: deacon Dewdnoy, with Archdeacon Tims and Canon Gale as substitutes. Laymen: Dr. Conybeare and H. P. O. Savary, with E. J. Freani anc Judge Jackson as substitutes. Commerce Branch United Farmers of Alberta ARE HOLDING A Monster Dance In J. Weigand's Barn Commerce on Fri. Night, June 14 THIS Vl/ILL BE ONE OF THE BEST DANCES OF THE SEASON. DUNNING'S ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE. Admission to Dance Hall & Supper, Gentlemen $1.50 Make a Good Impression Surface Impreaslons go deep. We are estimated by the appearances we make uud maintain. In bu'sincss- iu society-It's the same. ^"011 cannot have'a cheap, tinny, claptrap piano anil create an Impression of well-to-do-nosa and good judgment. It you would satisfy yoursolt: and your visitors, get the proven high Instrument In your home-get tho Mason & Rlsch. It la the wise-tho judicious thing to do. It Is also wise procedure to buy from the Manufactur--or. Our "Factory to Home" system virovldos tho opportunity tor you to gain a substantial saving. fHE HOME OF THE VICTROLA"* m-A?, AND THOUSANDS OF ftCCORDS eVtRY STYLE-EVERV PRICE FOR YOU TO SELECT FROM )Cimite& BALtUlORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. S. LETHBRIDGE 8858058? ;