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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUimAY. JUNF. R. iniK page fiftef:n � PHONB 1224 � o * � o �:��� o �� � �,� * ft;'^hg clent.'Et hn.-f to he callpd In. cxpnctod to arrlvo tomorrow after Mpendliig Die winter In Cnlltornla and other points. *  * Mr. .T. N. Ritchie arrived In the city Wednesday, after attending the Anglican Synod in Calgary.    MlRS Elinor Wood arrived In the city this nftornoon from Spoltnno r.nd will l)u the guo.Ml of .Mrs. C. I'', i'. Conyboare tor a time! . /,*�'� Judge .Tacksoii la hack after attending the Anglican Synod.  * 4 Mr. A. flayr and Mr. �. A. SmiOi. delegatei to the Anglican Synod returned yesterday from Calgary. �   .MIs.s Elizabeth (1. Culhberlson, who has boon spending a two months' vacation In Calgary, returns to l.cth-brldKO early next week.- Morning Al-bertan.   � Mr. and Mrs. \V. j. Llnyd and daughter returned yesterday morning from ii two weeks' visit to Nnpawa, .Man.  �  i' : ? SOCIAL EVENTS � o**�**�*c�* Vistorday. afternoon Mrs. C. P. I', Conyhearo entertained ubo\i), flfiet'n liltlo guests in honor of her two small grandchildren, who with thotr mother, ! Mrs. Pisher arc guesta of Mrs. Conyboare. The little people had a royal time playing In the beautiful grounds at RIvervlew and do])drted later In the day with most Joyous untlcipa-tions realized. ' ' cal. It was a iiiost dellf;Ii:;Ml evening to everyone proalallt. Yesterday afternoon ilu' Kolary I dull took,about. 100 dclii.-liU'il y(ning-! sters tor a long car ri.l... .starlln!^'; from Plcptwbpd School ,iiid (he V,.M.! C.A. they tv'fcnt 'out li ("oaldaie. ; throuRh (Inmniqrce "id icdirnln?.; by, way of Dla\non(l_City. the end of i this gJnrlontl trij) th" youngsters;' scramhled for peanute candy ill' (!alt CardenH. It .IS (Wiiililfnl It an; aiito rldo was more enjny.d or appre-i elated than was-that ni lust niKht.l 'Dlie Nursing .Mission wl ;h to cxmnd ' their sincere thiinU� in ilie Kolary Club. I ig fniiiiiiwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiHiiiiiiii iii)iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiil Q The I'rotlieon CIhj > *>� � -: � ft 1 ? CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ?! : ' : ? ? :� � > ? wiili ilKniks the following knitting o: .soldiers comforts foV April and ?iljy. IUKS: Socks-Pairs, Mrs. (i, clnsc .". West- To all snwii v/o havo a message. Cast your fear aoido and coiAe to us today for treatment. ' - Dentistry As We Drs. Bruner, jy?'4 a Gentle Art. & Nelson High Grade Amei^lcan Dentistry PHONE 463 Ott BIk., 4 Doors from Lethbrulge Hotel, Lethbridgc LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK. in honor ot her dauKlitor Rebecca who ' nimaUn- ladies aid .Mr;-. Hyssop 7. leaves shortly for Vancouver. Reel-i ^Ii's-f-ii'ljorry 1, Mrs. -Mi.vnanl 0.^.Mrs. tations were given by Misses Avrll L donation. Wmiii.r 2. Jlrs. Little and Verna lloselton, reading.'^ I Scoft Sr. 3. (^wen .Miirrcl-Wriglit 1. rendered bv Catherine Robertson and j �'^'''S- ' 1^'" Violet Sinclair. During the evening i ^'^'^'j"' ! tJ-C. IL'. .^:l.s:^ O'llagan 1. .Miss Avrll Little presented Miss Rebecca with a matileure set as a token of remembrance from her teacher and Sunday School class. After dainty refreshments the remainder ot the evening was spent In games and dancing. The guests all departed wishing .Mrs. MacKay and family a safe ond pleasant journey.   * The C.a.I.T. girls of the Baptist church held a- jolly picnic at Henderson Park yesterday, evening, about sovcntoen girls being present and having supper there. During the evening Miss Newman gave an interesting account of home nursing with demonstra-I tions which was ot great interest to 1^ the girls as well as.being most practl- Open Tonight Until 9:30 RYLANDS&CO, Sale of Cloth Suits After Supper Specials These Specials on Sale'Tonight from 7.00 Until 9.30. i ' LADIES' BLACK HEATHERBLOOM UNDERSKIRTS Made in full style with deep flounce. Woll made and splendid .\s'earlng skirts. Regular ?2.50. ^ "I C After Supper Sale.................... MIDDY WAISTS Ladies' White Cotton Middy Waists in good style and tit. Made in all white or white with', collar and cuffs ot plain shades. Regular $1,50 to $1.75 values. After Supper Sale..... 1.25 LADIES' HOUSE APRONS Ladies' House Aprons, made in good big cover*aU style and splendid quality of printed percales in small neat figures and stripes. These aprons are worth $1.00 today. AFTER J5UPPER SALE, AT............   75c NIGHTDRESSES Ladies' White Cotton Niglit Dresses In good quality of cambric. Neatly trimmed with lace or ombroidory. Slip-over stylo. Al^ sl'/,os. Reg- "TC _ ular |1,00. After Supper Sale .,.......... |3C GINGHAM DRESSES ;. Ladles' Gingham, Presses. Made in neat belted '^sfyle, trimmed with wlilt pique collars and cutts and large pearl buttons, Regular $4.50 n e%fi value. After Supper Sale................-.:(Jt9U NEW DRESSES AND NEW CLOTH COATS. Mrs. Morn 18. Mis:;(>; Cameron'21, Hardleville per JIrs, .Mi.Millan i>. Miss Kddy 1, Miss Philii).; 1, Mrs. Nays-mith 4, Mrs. Lowe .Mis, J. Hill 2. Miss Jackson L -Mrs. Cii.lbr.^ith 1. .Mrs. O'llagan 1.. Mr.^, Uarrowman 7, Mrs, and Misses Simpson 5, Without Names ."!. Miss TiUvy 7. .Miss Muriel Ifyssop (f. Mrs. H. Taylor (i, .Mrs. Anderson II, Mrs, LiUey of Warner G. Mrs., McNabb G. Mrs. H. U. .loliiison 2. New Dayton-No .\p,me 1, Mrs. Ry-lands L Miss DinKWiill 1. Mrs. James ot Hardleville 4, Mrs. George of Barons L Schools-Pairs'," I'l'-i-lwood ri7. WosthVInster 133: (.ialliraith 103, Central 7:!. Total 535 pairs. �' Alterations-Mrs, Henderson, Mrs. Maynard. ? WEboirJGS :� ? ? Items of Interest 'Round the Store THE IDEAL METHOD OF PRACTICING ECONOMY IS TO SECURE STRICT VALUE OU^ OF EACH ITEM YOU BUY. Shop at Thie Bay MONDAY SPECIAL .y FROM OUR  SHOE DEPARTMENT CHILD'S WHITE ELK SANDALS with extended soles. Goodyear welts. Sizes 2 to Tl'ii. Ideal for dress or play. MONDAY SPECIAL $1.79 A MOST DAINTY RANGE OF Children's Wash Dresses A complete assortmont of nr-w PLAID GINGHAMS; also a full range ot colors In Plain Chambrays. All sizes from 2 to IG years, and at prices to meet any Vurse, running from ^ $1.29 to $5.75 You couldn't start the week to better advantage. MONDAY SPECIAL FROM OUR FURNISHING DEPT. 10 Only, ; Axminster Rugs *^ Size 27x54. Every one dit-ferent in pattern, and the blends ot colorings make possible a .choice to match any decorative scheme. Regular $5.75. MONDAY SPECIAL' .z' |! We are overloaded with wash dress goods owing to the lateness ot the season, and are taking drastic steps to reduce our stocks. Our Initial offering will bo 100 YARDS OF COTTON POPLIN in a splendid range of colorings. Including light green, liark green, pink, mauve, Rand, black, white, pale blue, peacock blue and grey. Our regular price-and the goods were bought tjnder most favorable conditions-Is B5c yd. Jlonday Only, Yard ............. (Limited 10 yards each customer.) 50c $4.95 MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS Plain white bodies, with fancy, plain and striped collars. The weather has arrived for these goods. Make your selection early while the assortment Is complete. Jlonday Special..... 1.25 BOYS' STRAW HATS In assorted shapes and plaits, .with neut black hands. Monday Ctkf Special .............. owe TyO.M.^ON-SYD.AL. The marriage took place this morning at Calgai-y of .Miss Catherine Thomson and .\Ir. Daniel \V, C, Sy-day, Dean Paget officiating. The bride is a sisier of Miss Thomson ot Ryland's store in the city, while the groom is a son of Mr. Sydal of the city offices. MAY RESIGN Winnipeg, June 8.-A local newspaper today states that T. R. Deacon, fuel controller for Manitoba, probably will soon resign. Combined with his duties as president ot the Manitoba Bridge and Iron Works, Mr. Deacon is f.aid to have (onnd the duties of the fuel controller too arduous. DEFENCE OF PARIS USI IN TIME Paris, June 8,-"The government has made. Just in time, an excellent decision," said the vTempe regarding the decree establishing a defense cpni-mittee for the entrenched camp of Paris. This committee will bo chai'ij-ed with the following: The control and execution ot measures relative to. the organization,. armament, and provisioning ot the cainp. .'\t one point, at least, the experience of 1914 win have borno fruit. "The German army is not approach- ing so menacingly to Paris as toward the end of August, 1914, but we hold the enemy army in reepect. AVise heads, not blinded by foollali optimism, estimate that notwithstanding the gravity of the situation,! the peril will bo averted from the capital. "Whatever comes, it is the part of good government to be prepared tor everything. It is the best means of saving all. Feeble brains alone 'believe that sickness la Invited by the writing of wills or that a man's house win burn down because he has it Insured. Amid all garrulity and un. knowing tear, It Is good that the government makes Itsell heard in clear' and virile words." ' The committee will begin its wock immediately and will bold the first formal session tomorrow morning is examine the situation. Mrs. Hiigh R. Rood, wealthiest woman in the Pacific Northwest, ha� been married a third time. Her husband is Commander .Mark Ellis, U.S. N. HONORING CANADA'S HEROIC DEAD. His Kxcellency the Governor General presenting medals at Queen's Park, Toronto, to relatives of soldiers killed in battle. The lady la Mrs. Gorman, of Hamilton, whoso husband, Private James Qorman, 5th Battalion, fell in action.-Photo by British and Colonial ProBs. ,W KEEP f '';SH6ES m , TbrMens,: "^^omeiis and GKildrens V \ iiAi I FY cnHPijii V'l