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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PACE Buy Hall Borchert Dress- making form and save half -----of your dressmaking lulls These handy forms come in four or six diflerent "rtyUta and with a lilllc adjustment ihoy can bo made to your exact size The use of these with the new Ladies' Jfome Jour- nal Patterns it possible for you to'make your own di'essess in youf own home. You can buy tlnee or more dresses with the money you generally pay out 1o have them mai'e The prices and the payments are easy. Ask to see these Adjustable Dressmaking Forms. Prices Warner's Lace Front Corsets are Worn More Every Day Nowaday 8; the- Lace 'Fronti-1 Corset is the pro- per Corset for milady of That smooth fitting back can1 only 'be obtained by wearing a "Lace Front." Thp ease with which :tbey -can be put, on and taken off in another good oomt in their favor Lace featured by moat finhg at' fS.QO. Carrier's 'prices are mod.- and ?4.00. Style No. 2093 Is a. "Lace Front" mode! for average figures. Low bust, long skirts, while Modal 292 lias a medluni bust Both these mocMs priced at Style No. 250 ts another Front" medium bust. long skirt, with a ventilated back, another special equal to man) M A A f6 00 Corsets We make a specialty of Corsets, Gloves, Hosiery and Underwear Rylands Co. The Busy Store 11 VOTE AGAIN W. A. P. Special Correspondent) Woodstock, Out., June Gen- eral Assembly entered fully upon tile discussion of the question of cliurcli union this Cnnsiderable sur- prise was expressed wheni it was learned that the report of the Union Committee was to be seconded by Principal John SlacKay, of minster College, Vancouver. Dr-. Mac- Kay in earlier years, was the leader nf the commissioners opposed to un- ion. What the union committee pro- poses today. is that. the committee should he jeappointed by the Assem- bly, and during, the nest twelve months it should confer wHh similar committees ,in the Methodist and Congregational churches. It IB also proposed that a new vote' of the members of the. Presbyterian church should :be- taken during the. year ;for the.assembly of. 1915. The report of the union committee was presented by Dr. W. J. Clark of Montreal. Dr. Clark spoke for an hour is -judicrs! spirit seeking by every possible means to maintain a high relation- ship to. the question. Principal Mac- Kay -spoke in the same vein after which Rev. Dr. D.. D. MacLeod set forth the views of those Presbyter- ians the.proposed union. The only question interest at the present time is the majority by which the report of the union committee; will_be carried.. It; is con- sidered probable vthat the majority will be aiiifat 3 to 1. The'resignation of Rev. b about 80 commissioners. I't asks tha action on the. union question'be post poned. All those who signed'are op posed to uuion-and it embraces prac ticaliy all thos'p wlio are 'opposed. A there are 470 commissioners' presen it will he seen'that about one in have s'fghed'lhis document; FIVE OF VjCTIMS OF W.RECK OF FISHING' FLEET FOUND Garanueli, N. B.; June-9. more .boilies of: victim's of Friday's terrific'galu and snowstorm have been recovered on the beaohes in this vi- cinity. At .least four, seiiquiiers arc have gone down, these be- ing '.lii- J, W. Ner- suliii. and Flavius. The'tprcc pf. the wind was terrific. As dii csamplo sorcnty'-nre tries, of thoin fully tliiec .feet in ill- dmoter, wore .uprooted nml torn '-to "'pieces in this village. Largo slices of land were .blown Into the sea; anil houses In course ot 'constriction wire scattered far iind hardly a stick ttmainliig of BAD STORM OFF QUEBEC Caraquet, N.B., JUne three of the thirty-six fishing vessels 'which 'icw-e caujiht to storm of .the north coast :6n had roturned safely to port' Of tho three, two were; lost; with their crews numbering nine men; -.The tbir( BChooner is missing. Face (Can Be; Kept Hairs (Aids: to Try this simple, inexpensive home treatment for banishing, hairy in you njint aicloar, hairless With somo water and powdered1 dela- touo. mix into a stiff pagto'enough to COTOI- tho hairy surface. 'Apply and In two or. three' mlnutoe mb -off and with it will comb every, bit; of or fuzz. Then wash. tho skin to removo Lhs remnlnlng delntone. Ypji will find palnleiis raoliliod, but be c-iivuful 16 Kut rail MILADI Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 Blight like the comforting blaze on the hearth, like the -blooms on the young apple ..tree, Fragrant' with promise of fruit yet 'to be' Arc the home-keeping -maidens of earth. Better and greater than talent is. worth, And where is the glory of brush or of peri Like tho glory o! mothers and mould- ers of Tiie home-keeping women of earth'? Crowned since the great solar sys- tem had birth, They reign unsurpassed in their beau7 tiiul sphere. They..are queens who can look iq God's facb without 'i'hif home-keeping women of earth. -Ella Wheeler AVileox. Hostesses tomorrow Mrs. H. N. Becker, 53-1 Fourteenth S. Mr. L. Ilelmer, of Calgary, was a week-end guest with Mr. Earl Mor ris. C. E. Braniiow has returned from a. visit her brother, Mr. A. B. Lord, of Calgary. Sympathy is extended Mr. and Mrs, D. 1. Gue, 825 Sixth St., S., in the death of their infant child. Miss Dorothy Bentley is spending a vacation with her Din- ning, (if Castor, Alberta. Mrs. Kendall, wife of.Captain Ken- dall, of the ill-fated Empress of Ire- land, left Liverpool on the Calgarian for Montreal. W. A. Buchanan, M. P., and Mrs. Buchanan and son, .Donald; returned this afternoon from Ottawa, -where they were during the session of the House. Mrs. (Rev.) U. Elmer Green and daughter, Hazel Jean, of 1826 Fifth Ave., N.I accompanied by the form- Pearl Wade, return- ed home on Saturday after a month's visit at the .parental..home in Bran- don, Man. Mr. I. Hooper has received a mess- age from Mrs. Hooper, who'took her mother, Mrs. Mary W. to St. Paul a short time ago to celebrate her ninetieth birthday, that .her moth- er passed away yesterday .afternoon at five-thirty. Mrs. Lull saw her sis- ters at St. Paul and seemed st-rong; cr for awhile, but suddenly tpok.auite ill, the end coming yesterday. Mrs. J. H. Cheney, who recently returned from Minneapolis, where she spent the" winter studying China painting under Mrs. Slack, the best miniature painter of that city, lias placed some of her work in the Prank Hedley drug store win- dow, that those interested inay view Lhem, though they are not for sale. One exquisite thing is a large.yasb with a reproduction; ot Cox's "The and another rare gem is a jowl etched in gold. RUiet jwedding was solemnized.on June ith, at the-.home ot the nother, Mrs. Clark, of. Clarinn, when ser youngest daughter, Nancy Pearl, Ji'as united in marriage to Alonib :alrick White, of, Writing-OnTStohe, iev. H. W. Griffith performed Jbe ceremony, after which a sumptuous uncheon was served. Mr. and Mrs. White left in the ai- iernoon on a honeymoon trip to Banff and upon their return will make their ome east of Coutts in Writing-On- itone. The 'annual .meeting of the Flower Guild will at Hiverdew, the home of the president, Mrs. C. F. Conybeare, at 7.80 on Wednesday ev- ening. All officers anil members, as well as any, who would like to join the Guild, are urged to attend tliis meeting. St; Mary's Woman's Auxiliary .held a well attended meeting yesterday and decided to meet twice a month in future, one meeting for business and one educational along missionary lines. Mrs. Ward and Mrs. Field were appointed a hospital committee and Mrs. Mason and Mrs. Pearson a vis- iting committee. It was decided to hold an At Homo for the ladies of. the congregation on Monday, June 22nd. Mrs. A. Arnold gave a splendid and highly, appreciated report of the an- nual diocesan meeting at Calgary. Afternoon tea was served, and a soc- ial -time enjoyed. The Willard W. C. T. u. held a highly profitable and enjoyable parlor meeting last evening at the home oi Duns worth. The president, Mrs. McKean, occupied chair. Mrs, of Coaldale, gave a compre- hensive report of the recent district convention at Medicine Hat. Solos by Mrs. J. B. Pickie and Mrs. ivorth, a duet by Miss Margaret Burns and Miss Z: Dimsworth, and a liaho number by Mrs. Horspool wero all much enjoyed.'' Mrs. Livingstone, provincial W, C. T. U, organizer, gave a fine talk on icr work and short addresses were also given by Mr. English, on the work of the I. O.'-G. T., -Mr. Heighes and Mr. J. W. McKean. j Clubs and Societies The regular monthly meeting of the Central W. C. T. U. will be held. at .30 on Thursday afternoon in Wes- ey Hall. Special business will come p, so that a full attendance is re- luested. The Ladies' Aid of the Christian hurch ydll meet tomorrow afternoon it 2.30 in the old Wesley church .to r'ojk. A ..fu.ll attendance is requested. JTiJc- Ladies'. A id; ot .church holding a strawberry jeer ream social on Thursday'- eVenlng; onimencing at 7 o'clock, at the. ..rcsi- ence of Dr. J. E. S., when a good time who attend. St. Andrew's Aid will 'hold Rummage Sale in the Miners' hall n Thursday next, commencing .at 2 'clock. Refreshments of.ice cream, ake, lemonade and orangeade, will be ervcd, Last evening the G. I. met; in he Oddfellows' hall in regular "meot- g, after which the brothers -were ntcrtaincd at cards. A dainty, menu as served later, and a thoroughly ood time' enjoyed until ono-thirly. J Jit this connection'a short reference to.the recent convention in Medicine Hat may be'appropriate. Mrs. Mc- Keah, president of the -Wlllard W. C. 1V.U. gave a aplendjd paper on "The Program in iny 'while Air's- A. H. Dieseth with a fine paper .on "The Activities of my TJn- fon." "A. Mitford took charge most ably of the consecration service and Mrs, McKcaii presided very cap- ably over the song service. Mrs. Mit- ford also delighted all present with a sweet solq. Alberta Washbrook and Greta Wil- son contested in the elocutionary con- test, the former winning second place. Mrs. oi Coaltiale, and Mrs. McKean, were delegates from the Wil- lard Mrs. U. A. Mit- ford, Mrs. Dieseth and Mrs. McCle'n- aghan represented the Central Union. At a meeting of the communicants of St. .Cyprian's Church, held last night room, the follow- ing gentleman'were elected "to repre- sent St. Cyprian'e congregation at the annual Synod meet lug to be held shortly in Calgary: Messrs. J. R. Wel- lington, B.. F. Wakellii. anil K. S. Jackson; with alternates as folltfws: Messrs. D...A. Simpson, C. CJuerrie and F. Ford. Much interest was taken in the dismission on the various amend- ments Canon law, vvhicJi are to come before the Synod, and it may.be taken that-pt. Cyprian's delegates will go to the Synod meeting' with a clear understanding of the in the ".various matters. EnduringQoalit it Imives, p" forks, spoons and mrtlng pieces'H thty Thit brand, known "Silvtr Tlatg that Wtart" autiful detignl. U madt 1 the hcavieit plate. ItJ has been fo.r over 60 yean. Some Good Buy s in i Rugs and Carpets Good designs, good colorings, good qualities. Oddments-that's the reason On sale all this week Size Color and Design Kegular This ENGLISH BRUSSELS Heavy quality, small deaign in xlelf blue IMPORTED BRUSSELS RU6. heavy qualltv, light two tone green trellis derign s 16-so 9W FAWN FLORAL SEAMLESS TAP- ESTRY, good quality i 14-60 9'ilO'G" TAPESTRY In Turkljli design, color- ings are red and blue 17.50 iJ'xlO'6" HEAVY. QUALITY ENGLISH AX- MINSTER, plain tan centre, green border 38.00 9'.S12' SEAMLESS AXMINSTER 1n medal- lion. eSect, b'.ue and tan Oriental colorings 9'x12' SEAMLESS AXMINSTER in green .Oriental medallion design 30.00 9'jl2' WU.TON.RUa with tan and trellis designed oentro and verdure border, rich pile 40-00 t 9.95 11.95 12.9a 24.00 16.50 16.50 imported Brussels, 27" wide, regular 24.. 50 75p FAWN PERSIAN AXMINSTER CARPET, very heavy In tan, blue and dark .colorings. 27 inches wlda 4 C A Regular IZ.OO lev yard COCOA VERANDAH Striped boning, plain centretf just price: Size 45x72. regular -90c Size 54x90, regular Size 63x108, regular S2.25 Hudson's Bay Store THIS WEEK DOUBLE UP As a fitting climax to our "Clean-up Sale" every department has come to- gether irna group of. special inducements calculated to double up the sales figures of the same week of last year. A glance at the prices will convince you how we are going to do it. LADIES' DEPT. .Summer Dresses Our complete lot of Slimmer in- cluding Dolly Crepes and Gliambray.s, dainty little summer dresses, with a-inaximum of style and a mininmm price, in Special Prices, to Extraordinary in Suits 58 Suits in the' lot.' This .season's latest materials and models, all shades :p'vic- ed for a sure clearance at.less thap.'..' HALF PRICE American Lady Corsets We are' discontinuing the Corset Depart- ment and sacrificing this famous hrand, "Am- erican regular prices 61.50 to Clean up price 20 to 30 Per Cent Off Clothing Week Extraordinary FOR MEN (AH Regular Nbrmal Sizes) Fifty high grade hand tailored Suits of this season's designs, made to sell for no less than and 122.50. r' Clean-up Price JL.L Snappy Suits Seventy-five Suits of this spring's designs. Suits we are not afraid to put alongside any: f25.00 and Suits for comparison. Clean-Up Everyday Suits Just ask to see our odd lines of Suits rang- ing in regular prices from to Not all sizes in any one pattern but all sizes in the lot. Clean-Up Price. THE ROYAL STORE SOUTHARD BLOCK 512 THIRD AVE. SOUTH ;