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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE L It 1 U B RI U G K UA1MT HERALD PAGE ELEVEN Rylands jStorp What dp you Think of These Bargains? We are planning-for another Big Saturday and have arranged Iht sale mereliaritlise in plain a large yellow sale Ticket on them. You will find hundreds oi "Snaps" other than those listed hove. Girls' Dresses on Sale Saturday Girls' Qiugham and Peicale Wish Dresses, Rll new cheaper tliau ;--the materials, sixes up Io 11 C 4 9C lor 91 Ladies' Vests Another big bargain in Ladies' Undervests, with or without sleeves, values in this sample lot up to 4 Oft Your choice I Ov Dresses'to fit girls 2 to 6 years, neat'patterns in Prints, Percalee and Ginghams Satur- dav special at WWW Combinations Pino Lislo Thread Combinations light and cool, low necks, wide a special line sale tomorrow at Another Bargain in Dainty Waists Here is great news for those who are waltlnc: for something extraordinary in a Waist JL. morrow morning at 9.30 you can choose from waists worth up to at less than half price. Nearly every size in the lot up to Dimity, Km- L hroldereii Muslins, Crepes, Voiles and otiier dainty 1 ono price. f 1.25 SILK HOSE Radium Hose, fine silkboot with double .lisle garter top, rein- forced heels and toes, regular a pair. White, tan or black. On sale CHILDREN'S HOSE Children's line ribbed cotton, black only, sizes up to HMt. val- ues in the odd lot up to salo Saturday at LONG GLOVES Long white or black Silk Liale Gloves, values up to 75c. One of the best glove bargains of! tlie season: quantity-limited. RO bo early- Reduced to SHORT GLOVES A clearing price on Ladies' -Silk, Cotton or.Lisle Gloves, 2 dome wrists, gloves worth up to 60c for............ 35c House and Street Dresses Reduced For Saturday only we are giving a special discount off all our New Dresses. This collection ot Dresses is conceded to be the largest in the city, and comprises Tjinens, Crepes, Silks, Serges, Dolly Varden everything that is now. Two new lines suitable for large people. CHILD'S SOCKS Twenty different Idnds of Child- ren's Half Hose or or fancy colors, all in one big lot, your choice BOYS' WASH SUITS Not the ordinary Wash Suits, hut "Little, best Mew York kind. They flt boys up to 7 years. You will find 12 different styles here tf Eft Price starts at.....9 SmallWaresSpecials Saturday Shoe Bargains 10 Hair Nets tor :Smali Pearl Buttons, doz .Dome Fasteners on tape, yd Gilt Safety Pins, doz 3 doz. Wash Buttons ,.5c "25o "5c Tsc Too Card Bone Hair Pins 2 doz. Dome Fasteners 1 doz. pair Shoe Laces for. Ltaded Dress Tape, yd Kllmert't Drest Shields ..5c ,25c .25c CHILDREN'S SHOES An odd lot of sample Canvas Pumps. 'Strap Slippers, Sandals, Lace Shoes, Buttou Siloes, sizes from 6 to 13, values up to ?2.25 pC lor LADIES' OXFORDS Button Style, either tan or gun- metal, also a lino of strap slip- pere, sizes up to 5 only, regular 55.00 and "ffi Saturday only I Rylands Co. The Busy Store MILADI Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 Man Who Has Saved Lives Sixty Persons Found Dead in Bed St. Joseph, Midi., June Joseph A. Napier, who during his forty years' career as snilor and ves- sel; master on the Great Lakes had saved the .lives of sixty persons, was found dead in Ills hed here yesterday. He was SS years oici. In 1851, single-handed. Captain Nap- ier rescued thirty-two of the passen- gers and cre'w of the schooner Mar- chant, which foundered off. Chicago. For this act of heroism the citizens of Chicago ureaented him with a gold watch and chain, which he tarried un- til his death. In 1877 Congress voted him. a med- al for his hravery in saving several lives from the wreck of the steamer D. G. Williams off this point. In effecting the rescue, Captain Nap- j ler received an Injury to Ills spine, re- sulting in permanent disability. THE BALANCE crust of hread, Ant! youth's bright dream of future years. banquet's costly spread, And disappointment's bittes tears. empty purse, With joy and hope and faith in friends million's doubtful worth, And only money's power defends. simple life, With Love's dear hand to soothe and bless, whirl of tawdry cares, An aching heart and loneliness. A. Brooks. Mrs. Mockfo.rd anil Mrs. Turner have'kindly promised to give a lawn social on the lawn of the former ,on June 24th, in aid of St. Mary's Wo- men's Auxiliary. Miss Mellis, o! Weyburn, Sask., who was a week-end guest with Mr. and Mrs, JVIclHs, Sixth Ave., has gone to Maeleod- Miss Bryson of the Hudson's Bay store, Calgary, has charge of the millinery department for the Letiv bridge iMilHnery Co: July 22nd has been set as the day tor the annual excursion of Wesley Sunday school to Crow's Nest. The Public and High school closing will he held in Wesley auditorium on Friday. June 2tM.h, at eight-fifteen, The Art Needlework club will meet with Mrs. J. Jones, C23 Ninth street South, on Monday afternoon. Sir Max Aitken has left for Munich, where he will consult specialists in regard to his health. Mrs. and Miss Vrooinan, of Toron- to, arc visHing Mrs. C. M. Arnold, Elbow Albertan, The Duchess, of Connaught is now so well that Nurse Brazier, who ac- companied her Canada in.October last is returning, to Erigiaml shortly, as licr royal highness needs the services of a trained nurse. The Duke of Opnnaught has presented Nurse Brazier with a medal ,of .the Royal Victorian sent fbrVber specially'by his majesty the 1 Lietit.-Cql. of Alberta ,Dragoons'-; _0s- the 101st gadier 0. N. C.-M." arrive in Calgary ;pn Monday tot the Calgary encahipinent and will be guests at the. rose -bail; Mrs. Elizabeth Dunham, who.- died in Carlcton, was the mother of eleven, grandmoth- er of 31, great-grandmother of and great-great-grandmother of lour, she lived under six sovereigns.. New Brunswick women will join in the presentation of Irish linen to Mr. Bonar. Law. Each participant will give a penny, and inscribe her name in. an album to be given the Unionist leader, who is a native of New Brunswick. Clubs and Societies The Art Needle-work club will meet on Monday afternoon with Mrs. J, JonesT Ninth St. The Cr. F- C. will meet on Monday afternoon with Mrs. Warren, 1232 Fifteenth 550 was the fine sum realized by SI. Andrew's Ladies' Aid at the Rum- mage Sale in the Miners' Hall yes- terday afternoon. The sale was well attended, and refreshments were served during the afternoon by thu' ladies of the Aid. Knox church Sunday school picnic will be held this year on Saturday, June 20th, .at Henderson Lake. Schol' ars with their parents are invited to. meet at the Aquatic Club's old boat house across the bridge at 2 o'clock. Bring well filled baskets and be there in force. Remember thai the school meets until further notice as foliows Boys' department, 10 a.m.; other depart- ments and Bible class, 12 noon. Success attended the strawberry and ice-cream social held last night at the residence of Dr. J. E. Lover- ing, under the auspices of Wesley Ladies' Aid, .Colored electric lights gave a fe.stive appearance to the pretty lawn. The ladies wish to cor- dially thank "Dr. and Mrs. Lovering for the use of their lawn, Dr. Cour- ticc'for the gramophone, the young ladies, who did the serving, and also those who the refreshments. A well attended -sewing meeting of St. .Cyprian's .Woman's Auxiliary was held in the parish room yesterday afternoon. A splendid report of the diocesan annual held last week in Calgary, was given by Mrs. Wilfrid Scott, in which she reviewed all the work done by- the auxiliary during the past year. The next meeting will close the work of the auxiliary until the society re-opens in September. At the residence of the bride's par- ents, Fernie. the ..Rev. Mr.- Perley, Miss Bella Lettiher io" J. A. Macdpn- of Vancouver, B: C. bride was. assisted Uy hej sister, Miss Pa- tience, and the groom by Fred-Shaw of Fernie. Mrs. Macdoiiald was one of most popular young ladies and an active the Rebekahs hy whom she will be greatly missed. The presents were numerous and costly. The yoifng couple left over the C. P. R. joiVan extended trip in the east and- re'tjirh'irig i.wjjl Edmonton their ;fiiture ENGLISH CRICKET London, June de- cisively defeated Somerset by nn Inn- ings and 192 runs in a match started yaaterday at Bath, and which took under two days to con- clude. C. P. Mead showed splendid term with the bat, and hit the Somer- set bowlers for 126. A- Jaques took six Somerset wickets for a total of 33 runs. Mr. McMillan, of the Bank of Com- merce has been transferred to Milk River. Mr. and Mrs. A- Dupuis and child, ot Montreal, arc visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. Do Mcrs, 1705 2nd avenue, north. Mrs. D. L. Morehouse and little daughter, Ruth, of Winnipeg, are spending a couple of weeks with Mrs. Brice McKay en route to Victoria. John T. Moore, formerly M.P.P. for. Red Deer, was recently married in Montreal, to Mrs. Alice Rogers Forhes, a member of a well known i Ottawa Family. YOUR ORDER, PLEASE? Veal, Turkey, Spring Lamb, Chicken You're Always Sure of the Quality. "Ask the woman who deals here" If It's On The Market We Have It THE ALBERTA MEAT MARKET "The highest in quality but not in price" R. COULTRY, Prop. PHONE 492 CITY AM) DISTRICT Memorial Sunday June. .14 .being Memorial -Sunday, members of march to the cemeteries for the purpose of holding service and decorating the graves of deceased brethren. All members living south of the track will meet is the I. 6: p.- F; Jmll, Fifth street South, at 2.30.' Members on the north slrte will meet at the I. 0. O. F. hlock, at the same R. Davidson, D.D. O.M. For Herald Road Race Already a number of athletes pur- posing to contest for the -Herald Cup in the annual road race, are busy training for the event, which takes place on July 1, and the prospects are that a large number of entries'will be received. H. A. Nicholson ia receiv- ing the entries which close on June 25. H is understood that the United Football association win superintend the Citizens' sports on Dominion Day. Y.M.C.A. Directors Meet A meeting of the directors of the Y. M.C.A. will he held at the committee rooms in the Y.M.C.A. building on Sat- urday night, for the purpose of ap- pointing a secretary to fill the va- cancy left by the.resignation of A. .T. Irving, and to confirm the appoint- ment of a new physical director to re- place Mr. Giimore, resigned. Gecrg- <5ets Much Wool Geo, -M, Hatch has returned from a wool buying tour in Saskatchewan and eastern Alberta. He succeeded in obtaining some loO.OQO pounds of wool for a Bor-ton: firm, 'which he is representing. Shearing Is well under way, and will toe completed by the first of July. Look Who's Hero Visitors in town today are: J. B, Allison, Granum; Dr. .1. Blackburne, Biirdett; H. McPherson, Bunlett; L. R prake, Bdleviie; W. B. Tiltlen, Claresholm; J. 31. G lend ens Nan- ton; C. R. Moore, Monarch, nnd B. P; Brott and Berg Ellingson, Medicine- Hat. Trinity Church Services Sunday; 11.00 children's 3.15 p.m., Sftbjmth school; 7.SO p.m., subject, 1'God, the-Creator." A; hearty'Invita- tion given to nil. Junior C. 13., at'7.00 p.m. Friday: Choir practice. Rt SATURDAY SPECIALS Great Variety The Profit is All Yours in These Grocery Specials for Phone 313 Saturday Phone 313 Sugar is going to advance in price. This is to buy at this price. Lay in a store for the fruit preserving season, 100 pound sack B.-C. Sugar 3 POUNDS CHRYSTAL CREAMERY BUTTER Bananfis, per dozen -Lemons, per dozen Oranges, 2 dozen Oranges, 2 dozen 93c c 1C 1C 8 cans 10 cans Early Juno Peas Kobertson's: Jelly' Marmalade-i- '.'iy2.'sfze glass 2QC 2 size glass -3bC GOOD PRICES ON FRESH FRUIT-STRAWBERRIES, PLUMS, PEACHES AND APRICOTS. Boot and Shoe Prices of Compelling Interest MEN'S BOX CALF AND GUN METAL BLUCH- ERS in an assortment smart styles, different lasts. All .sizes In the lot. Kegular QQ 15.00 to ?G.OO BOYS' VACATION OXFORDS, splendid for summer wear, black rubber soles, blue duck tops, sizes 2 to 5 WWW MISSES' TAN CALF BAREFOOT Sewn soles, very pliable and comfort- 4 9 A able, BlEes 13, I and 2 only, reg. 9 I LADIES' BROWN BLUCHER OXFORDS, new- est lasts, the popular receding toe, sizes 2% to a. Regular Small Lots but Big Savings in Men's Wear MEN'S TWEED strong and serviceable garments in dark patterns, up to 42. Just CO pairs in the lot. QQ Regular 53.50 MEN'S NEGLIGEE plain ot white, blue, 'helio, tan, also a few in striped designs, sizes 14 to IT, reg. 11.50 90V QQ l iw 9 BOYS' STRIPED neat, clear pat- dressed cuifs, sizes 12 to 13, uo collars, regular Soc lines BOYS' SHIRT plain colors and stripes, collar attached. Sizes up to 14. Regular value 65c IOIB Kua 43c Tomorrow's List of Bargain Dry Goods are Values For Early Shopping 500 YARDS FANCY Roman and Persian stripes, quality is heavy silk. Values from 60 to 75c yard VALENCIENNES up in 13 yard ends, 90 dozen oddments after a heavy 'Season's sales. From our regular stock, and as all the -laces Io matcl. are sold, these CA must be cleared out. This price will do it, dozWW 100 In the lot, all this season's buying. Regular J1.50 values clearing....................... I wU 200 PAIRS DRESS known na make, warranted sanitary and odorless AM Per pair DO YOU RE5U1R6 A BATHING io, we arc offering 350 yards ot pure Alpaca, full 44 inches wide. Colors are cream, brown, cardinal, navy and black. Values are regular 50c Friday and Saturday per yard.......... COLGATE'S DRUG a pop- ular week-end special on sale again to- 2.for........................ A Wide Range of House Furnishings For Tomorrow WINDOW 'K ot. these, green, with 2 inch cream also white, inser- tions, 30x72 mounted-on good roller. Regular SBc .FLOOR OIL imported qual- pieces on sale at .this price Of) ft Per square yard ..j wU W INLAID range of col- orings, color goes right through 'to the DC ft vard WWW FITTED SUIT CASES AND CLUB BA6Sr-AU one-third oft regular prices Friday and Saturday. three' pieces, heavy English Cretcn, 31 inches wide. While they last 0 Per yard.............................. OB SCOTCH WOOL wool rug made pure ply, in blue, tan, green ft 4 A A A and grey shades, reg. 9 vMV. Section-Special Values ..THESE PRETTY W A S tf ORiBIASES, ladies 'pot many in .the lot oilt all good 'ralues. Pale blue, pink, tan, black and white check, tan and white check, pink and blue checks, worth up to J ?5.00, all one %P LADIES' WASH fine English. K-epp? and RcdfjQrd Cords.Tiigh line. These are slightly soiled, hence ,the low price. Also a few navy with white spot, and some in tan and buff shades, worth 4 QQ ?3.50, all one price.. 9 I "O9 Just 50 of these imported black Sateen Petticoats, to go on sale tomorrow. This ia a little bargain lot English fcuyers picked up. Fine, soft (loMi and good wearing quality. Worth On Eale Copenhagen, Benraarh, Jime King Christian X. of Denmark today- placed an unexpected obstacle in the way of the plan for the Danish Cab: inet to solve the deadlock In electoral reform by dissolving the upper House of Parliament The King objected to the inclusion in the dissolution ot twelve members of the upper House, nominated by himself, and declared that he wished only the other fifty- four members to be affected. Radical politicians have advised the Cabinet to resign unless the King gives -way. Tho bill, which abolishes all pro- perty qualifications for electors for members of the upper House .and takes away from the Crown its pres- ent right to nominate twelve mem- bers, passed the lower House on June 9. When the bill reached the upper House, the Conservatives, including the King's nominees absented them- selves, and as they number more than naif of the sixty-six members, no valid vote could be lalten. Rural Relation! Committee Besidee other business to be brought before the meeting of the Board of Trade tonight, is a report from.the small committee of the Ru- ral Relations committee re the organ- ization of a livestock association, and taking action there. Will the mem- bers make an effort to be present at 8 o'clock prompt? Tourieti Go To Montana The party consisting of Mr. and Mrs. Dubois-Shotsrnans, Mr. and Mrs, DEAD FLY MAY BE AS DANGEROUS AS A LIVE ONEI It is certainly more repulsive, and, it left, will breed far more than ever it diii when alive. It is not sufficient to kill the fly. You must destroy the germs as well. These, if allowed to multiply, will spread dlseaso and death. Givo up using tho fly swatter sr.d the unsani- tary sticky 'fly Buy PLY the 'only effective' raothoii. ot exterminat- ing They Kill ail'the tht homo in hours. No dead flies left lying about. Be careful to follow directions found In each Carpentier, the MiGges -D. Halluilj. Mrs: 'Bdrrois and Miss BarrolB, a] Lille, France, who viBiUd the city yesterday on a tour round the worldi left this morning for the YeHowatoni National Park. They toured the city, yesterday, and were all very much pressed 'with the up-to-date improver', meats and appearance. San Bernardino, Colotj ado river threatens to flood. Two prospectors and an unknown. Indian were drowned in the river yesterday. LETH BRIDGE MILLINERY CO., LIMITED Phone 457 5144th Ave. South CLOSING OUT ENTIRE MILLINERY STOCK BY JULY 1 ;