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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1016 THE LirniBniDGE DMLY HEHALD PAGE SEVEN' Rylands' Store News Horo is aiiot'lier bulletin nows pcrtuining f.lic. very urtiolo.s thai, will bo needed tomorrow iiiul tliu next dtiy, and to come. They're all new in this past week, Hie prices am] styles are very attraotive. .May we -expect you tomorrow morning. New Middy Suits and Repp Dresses Just in from the Eastern Style Market to Aside from the styles which arc particularly smart, wu would call your altuntloii to Uio reasonable prices on these new wash garments. Thero are only a few or each kind so you can have oxelusivenusB at a uoininal iirice, MIDDY SUITS, made from a plain while Indian head, collar find pockets trimmed, wilh'the fashionable, awning-striped material, or a neat white and black stripe material with .pockets, belts, etc., of red leather, Hi, IS, 20 year sizes QP priced ftEPP'DHESSKS, suitable for street or afternoon wear, neat styles, in Harrockea, English some trimmed with wash corduroys, extra value nA A Sale of Gingham House Dresses '.Vow that ginghams have advanced in price, yon couk! hardly buy thy material to make liouso drosses like; those for the price we arc selling them tomorrow. Your choice of dresses in noai patterns and styles, all sizes up to 14. On sale at .19 The Best Silk Stocking You can buy a dollar silk stocking at nearly any good store, but some of them hand you something very inferior to these Radium Silk Stockings. They're really worth 51.25, but we make a, leader of them at a pair, black white In all sizes. Corduroys for Separate Coats New velvet corduroys, especially purchased for separate coats and sports skirts, M to 20 in. wide colors, navy, mole, beaver, meadow green, dark red, golden brown, etc., Ofl very special per yard Sweater Coats Coats like these are ail the go in the bigger fashion centres. Bright, colors such as canary, cerise, gold, Dutch blue, gobelin rose, in silk mixtures. A sample lot bought at. a big dis- count. Priced from to Outsize Underwear OUTSIZE VESTS, and extra O.S. undervests, no woman too large for these undergarments no sleeves or short sleeves, priced at 50c, 35c and 25c OUTSIZE COMBINATIONS with short or no sleeves, wide or tight knees, extra spec- ial value at I DC Wash Materials A whole table full of wash materials to choose from all at one low price. New muslins, new seersuckers, new ginghams new linons, new tissues, worth up to 28c a yard, ou sale for Friday at ISc per yard Delegates are Welcome to this Busy Store You will find this store a pleasant place to shop in. The goods are well displayed, they're all new, and a stal'J' noted for its courtesy will .deem it a pleasure to show you anything' you desire to see in Dry. Roods and things to wear. We specialize on Corsets, Hosiery and Un- derwear, and handle Lady Gordon Suits and Coats exclusively in this city. RYLANDS Co. 'The Busy Store" June 'Andrew Browning Balrd; M.A., D.D., who 35 years ago came to the west as a pioneer missionary of the Presbyter- ian church and who for almost thirty years has heen identified with the Manitoba college, of which he is the acting principal, was last night elected, moderator of the general assembly, thus receiving the highest honor which the denomination can bestow. The extraordinary interest in pres- ent general assmhbly wa'i indicated b'y the'unprcccdentedly large morning following the densely crowded last night, ..the. large' auditorium of West- minster church held than eytir jiefnre in'its history.-'-Prior to the opening a dozen committee meet- ings were In progress considering vari- ous phases of church work. All the leaders of the denomination were pres- ent at one or other of these gather- ings, the list including a considerable number ot well-known laymen. Hon. Edward Brown, of the Manitoba gov- ernment, and Hon. H. Mothenyell, 01" Saskatchewan, are among those taking part in the work of the as- sembly. The business xhis_..morning com- menced at 11 o'clock, following devo- tional services of one hour, conducted by the new moderator, Rev. Dr. A. B. Baird. The business done during the brief business session was chiefly of a routine character. Two committees reported as follows: Committee on business and mittee on bills and overtures. .Committee on. business lias .charge of program., of- assembly and decides order in which items to come before body will be taken up. It suggested that in accordance with the custom the committee on home missions, east and west, should report this after- noon, v PHONE 1224 com Miss Glass, general secretary of the ,Y. W. C, A. at Calgary, has resigned. H. A; McKILLOP OP Balloons TO BE GIVEN AWAY Tomorrow and Saturday With every 25c and over purchase R A. McKillop The ladies of 0. E. S. will meet for sewing at the Red Cross rooms to- morrow afternoon. Miss Daisy McGregor of the Calgary staff is spending a few days Jin the city. Mrs. Walter Jarrett Calgary is visiting her daughter Mrs. T. S. Fet- terly. w Mrs. J. .T. Purvis lias returned" to her home in Blairmore after visiting friends in Calgary and Calgary News-Telegram. Miss Mildren Lamhly who has been spending several weeks in the city, returned to her home in Calgary yes- terday.. The Junior W. A. of St. Augustin's church served tea under the super- vision of their superintendent, Mrs. C. R. Carberry. to the delegates to the W. A. convention, yesterday afternoon'. s Mrs. Coitingham of Hed Deer wiio lived iir Lethbridge during the early days, is a delegate to the A. coil'" verition and is the guest of Sirs, j; N. Kennedy. i Mrs. pinkhain of Calgary, who is attending the W. A. convention Is the guest oE Mrs. G. H. Harmon. Miss Pinkham is staying with Mrs. J. A. Jackson. Tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock Miss Robbing, of Honan, China, will give an addiess to the members Junior Y.vA., girls' hrannliea at St. Augustin's hall. Fifty uer cent of the proceeds of tlio dance to be given tomorrow night by the- Masons will be given to the I.O.D.B. Any Daughter of the 13m- desiring an Invitation is asked lo phone Mrs. Brymner. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Colpman was the scene of a very enjoyable, reception last night when the delegates of the W. A. convention and their hostesses were entertained The rooms were decorated In red and white, the colors of the auxiliary, red and white being the era uaed. McMillan ir., and Sherlock poured toa and Mm. Nim- mons and Miss O. Heine cut the wero a members WEEK-END BARGAINS WE COMBINE EXTRA SPECIAL VALUES AND PRIC- ING ON INDIVIDUAL BARGAINS FOR FRL SAT, Our Dry Goods Section gives its full measure of bargain lines for Quick Clearance CHILD'S AND MISSES SILK LISLE 1-1 RIB- BED HOSE, In white, sky, pinlc, tan anil bluck, double soles "tlirougliout, sizes ii to on salo per yah' 300 YDS. of 5 INCH SILK CORDED RIBBON ill blue, grey, splendid quality all slllt q faille, Friday and Saturday, per yard "C 300 PAIRS SHEER SILK HOSE, Kith double lisle sole and long garter top, sixes if and 914, white, sky, Copenhagen, mauve, Cardinal and tail, regular 51.25 Friday and Saturday, per pair MISSES' PLAIN COTTON LISLE, FULL FASHIONED HOSE, sizes 4% to In blaek or tan only, a feu- odd lines, OA_ warranted colors, to elear, per pair 20 and 22 INCH LISLE GLOVES, in white, black, tan and pearl grey, all sixes to clear, per pair MISSES' PLAIN FRENCH SILK LISLE FULL FASHIONED HOSE, also 1-1 Ribbed silk huHe. sixes to regular 50c clearing price 35c FABRIC GLOVES, a limited quantity only, heavy suede lisle gloves. 2.'! in.- long, in pearl greys, beaver and tans, high grade goods, to clear, per pair..... UUC 24 INCH ALL SILK FABRIC GLOVES, in white, sky and pink, specially priced, per pair.......... 20 INCH ALL SILK FABRIC GLOVES, in white or black, very special f r pair.......................... 4 MISSES' LISLE GLOVES, In short and lone lengths, sizes 3 to 6, In white, black grey, beaver or tan, special per pair Week-end Grocery Specials Dependable Quality Groceries are what you always receive at "The Bay" PHONE 313 FLOUR, H. ill. Co.'s Seal of Quality, guaranteed No. 1 Hard Spring 24 LB. SACK per sack 49 LB. 'SACK per sack 98 LB, SACK 'per sack RQLLED'OATS, Robin Hood, 2 cartons ROLLED OATS, 8 Ib. sacks ROLLED -20 Ib..'sacks ICING SUGAR, snecial 3 Ibs....... LUMP SUGAR, special OP s ibs. joc Aunt Jemima's Pancake FLOUR, SHREDDED WHEAT, 2 packets.......... PUFFED WHEAT 2 packets PUFFED RICE per packet RICE, good, sound, 4 Ibs............... SAGO or TAPIOCA per Ib............. SUNLIHT or. Lifebuoy Soap, 11 bars GOLD SOAP, large bars each IVORY SOAP, per bar.............. TOILET SOAP, Big I brand, S cakes FAIRY SOAP, very spec- ial, 10 cakes FAIRY SOAP, large cakes, 6 for...... WELCOME SOAP POW DER, 2 packets WHITE NAPTHA SOAP 10 bar cartons 95c 45c 35c 75c 35c 35c 25c 25c 14c 25c lOc 50c 5c 5c 25c 25c 45c 45c 50c GOLD DUST, small pack- ets 10c, large packets GLYCERINE TOILET. SOAP, C cakes CASTILE SOAP, "Vin- olia" per large bar LUX, 3 packets OLD DUTCH CLEAN- SER, 3 tins SANIFLUSH, special, on sale AMMONIA POWDER, 3 packets STARCH, .special 3 22c 25c 35c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c BLACK CURRANT JELLY, Robertson's Scotch, 1 Ib. jars I C CORN FLAKES, Krinkle 3 packets BISCUIT, special "new assort- ment" reg. week- end special, per Ib. Carton's 2 boxes garton's, 2 boxes Each box contains 4 packets to make a pint of custard, PEAS, BEANS, CORN, OC- 3 tins..........----" tiJC _ -1 A kinds, per tin 'IWC A Special Extraordinary! 20 lib. Red Rose Week' end special Oftj 6VC- LEMONADE "Kro- vah Brand" per large tin GRAPE our's" per bptttle O. T. The New Drink, a Tonic a Digestive per bottle I TEA, H. B. Co.'s No. 2, another large shipment just arrived, 1 Ib.. tins EVAPORATED LOGAN- BERRIES, per packet HEALTH BISCUIT, made in Lethbridge, 1 r per packet MARMALADE, pure or-' fift ange, 4 Ib. pails JAM, Stuart's, Raspberry, Black Currant, Peach, Plum and Gooseberry, pure fruit "7C- sugar only, 41b. pails 4 SPINACH; choice French, OC _ large tiiis TAMALES, or CHILI CON CARNE "Mexican per tin PORK Libby's large tins, special 2 tins.............. CORN SYRUP, Crown. Brand, 2 Ib. tins 15c, 5 Ibs. 35o, 10 Ibs.......... MUSHROOMS, choice French, special per tin li i G LYLE'S GOLDEN SYR- UP, 2 Ibs. tins, each.. MACONACHIE'S Mixed Pickles, very special CROSSE 4 BLACKWELL'S PICKLED WALNUTS per bottle PORK BEANS, Van Camp's or Heinz, large tins each ZUC VEAL LOAF, "Ready Lunch" Ib. tins ton Creamery per Ib......... DAIRY. BUTTER, finest per -lb. CHEESE, finest Ontario' per lb............... INGERSOLL CREAM... per packet EG6S, new laid per doz.............. RAW HAM, sliced, per lb............... OX TONSUE, sliced, per lb; CORNED BEEF, sliced per Ib............... BACON, Swift's jpremlum back by the piece 27c, OA-, sliced Jut ROAST BEEF or MUTTON 2 lb. tins er special LARD, 3 lb. tins 65c, (f 5 lb. tins 1 SALMON, finest B C OP Red, 2 tins J3C SALMON, finest Sockeye y, Ib. tins, 2 tins LOBSTER, just arrived, CQ 1 Ib. tins 09C SHRIMP, finest Bara- taria, per tin 15c 30c 30c 60c 35c 20 HUDSON'S BA Y CO. of the A. A very enjoyable pro- gram was given during the evening, contributed to by Mrs. 'Call, Miss Ail- een .Tones. Miss Violet Gant, Mr. H. G. Kilner, a double quartette from St. Augustin's. A very pretty wedding took place ou Tuesday at Christ church, Nanton, Miss Agnes Watts, daughter ot Major Watts, of Edmonton, lYhp left with the 9th battalion, be- came the wife .of Mr. A. W. Pentland manager of th'e Bank of Commerce at Vulcan, AHa. 'Tim ceremony was perionneu u.v ,1. Hir.chly. The No Hope of Progressives and Republicans Uniting Chicago, June Murdock, chairman of the Progressive national committee, summed up the whole sit- uation when lie said today: "Well, we left the door bpen and the Republicans don't seem to be com- ing in." Republican leaders too, discounted the success of the peace talk, saying bride wore a smart travelling" stilt of that action had delayed for so navy blue gaberdine with attractive long that the majority of Republican of American Beauty delegates 'already have decided Kith- touches with navy blue Gainsborough hat. The b'ridal party were unattended. A reception was held.after the wed- ding at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. St. Clalr Sanson. Among the guests were .forty friends from Vulcan who presented Mr. and Mrs. Pentland with a handsome case of Sterling silver and the members of the Bank of Commerce' presented them with two entree dishes. Mr. H. Watts of the Bank of Commerce, Coleman, brother M Ike (room, wts one of the guests. Mr. and Mn. Pentland left for their home it bake Saskatoon, Alta., to whirh point Mr. i Pentland his .been transferred. out regard for any third party to nom- inate Justice Hughes. Some Progressives and some Roose- velt Republicans as well, still, believe the Colonel could save the day if he would come to Chicago. Represen- tative Gardner of Massachusetts, pleaded with Progressive leaders to bring him on without delay. Republican nomination for presi- dent probably will be made tomorrow, but it Is not expected the convention will adjourn until (he convention jicted. The Progres- sive convention-prbbablr-.wlll not nom- inate before Saturday. V'{ Delegates confident that then they will name as their ticket Roose- velt and Johnson, their standard hear- ers of four years ago. While there has been little Teal dis- cussion by the Republicans of vice- presidential possibilities, considerable talk was heard today indicating, that there might be concentration on either former vice-president Fairbanks, of Indiana, or former Senator Burton qt Ohio. Roosevelt. Willing 'to.Come, Oyster Bay, N.Y., J.une S.r-'Cplonel Roosevelt this afternoon. Issued peal to the. Progressive and.Republican conventions at Chicago to forget their various differences'and Join the safety and honor of .our country :to enforce the policy of genuine Ameri- canism and genuine preparedness." He was readA he said, to and addreifs the Republican convention If that, body desired. Col. Roosevelt assailed President Wilson as having rendered "the evil service! that can to the great and declared that It was for the convention to shov the people a worthy alternative to which turn." i He charged "professional German- Americans" were seeking to terrorize the Republican convention and that they wished to elect as president viceroy of a foreign The appeal was contained in a mes. sage to former Senator William B. Jackson of Maryland, Republican na- tional committeeman, in reply to the iatter's invitation to the Colonel to come to Chicago and address the Re- publican convention. TEN BRIGADES UNDER CANVAS NOW AT PEAWAWA CAMP Ottawa, June the artillery In training in Canada Is being assembled in Petawawa and alresdy there aro about 10 entire brigades under can- vas. Col. Roy, of the R.C.H.A., is la command and among the brigade there Is the 13th under the command of Lieut-Col. E. C. Arnoldl, which in- cludes the 60tli, 61st, 52nd and 53rd. batteries, and ammunition column. The camp offers all the facilities for thorough artillery with RCHA instructors throughout the splendid ranges for the artillery prac- tice. Unlike other camps last year, the batteries have complete Ntflts of hones guns, etc., so Uwt (few will be thoroughly drilled before they leave. 4 The first Lutheran' semlnaryvbi ada was deilcsted'at ;