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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE 1014 THE LETHBRIDCE DAILY HERALD IT-AGE ELEVEN RYLANDS' BARGAIN LIST FOR TO-NIGHT On Sale from 7 until 10 o'clock, 10 P9Z5N SILK BOOT 65c. Black only ronjglit 3 pahs for................... I V 20 EXTRA LARGE FLANNELETTE Sold foi 51 I I 9 i LADIES' 01 ttiUiout sleeves. Samirtoa worth up to 3W LAD'iESf BEST QUALITY all over for 85o. Tonight only WIDE SILK? for Girls' Hair millions. Tonight only.............................................. EXTKA: 20 only Ladies' and Men's Sample llainooats in different colors and sixes, former prices np to 82000 Foi tonight only, your choice BEST PARAGON FRAME U MBRELLA, ASSORTED SHAPE HANDLES, GOOD LlfiEN MIXTURE TOP, VALUE 65c 75 pairs of 3ic COLORED OR BLACK LISLE r pans for I iUU .wish to save 1 bargains listed In I ndav B papar will hold good until [I o tonight 100 balgams for those fllio ORDER-TOR ANY SALE GOODS Rylands Co. The Busy Store Don't Swat That Fly Mashing Mies is unsanitary and -1 because it leaves the 'disease germs to be distributed through the bouse when dry WODSON'S PLY PADS kill both ?nii disease germs and they fell! them all __ V f Tust think of it' One ten cent pack et of WILSON'SylTLY PADS bas act- ually.lulled a bushel pE fliSsr No other fly killer gives resiilts at all 'approaching this AU-'-driiggists and grocers sell WIL- PADS. city ball "N1 W C Laundrymen Association OffiCGrs were elected as .follo.wt; President, William Knepp, of fc monton vicc-preBldent for Southen Alherta, C. S. Farrow vice-pies dent for Saskatchewan, S. Parrot MCe-prcsident for Manitoba, A'.-'Mur sbaw: directors, N. J..Christie, I. J. Rumford, J. F. Ooi lolt becreUrj Cieat.urcr J A id sou, Ontario Nombations C. S. OF LETHBRIDGEj IS VICE-PRESIDENT FOR SOUTH ALBERTA C. S; Farrow returned yesterday hflprnoon from Winnipeg, where he had been attending the Annual Con- vention oE the' North West Canadian Iiaiindrrnicn's Association, lie says it was the best convention that as- Ecciatiou has ever had. .J. Clair Stone, of Minneapolis, was in attendancn at the convention and brought a special request from the National Laundry men's association of 'America' to the C. M. L. A. aimiate.with the N. L. M. A. of A. The -Canadian association took steps (to with the N. L. Toronto June nomma for'the legislature iu On.tar.ii include; the following .B.-j F OUmci NollhunfljerJand Cist Sam Neihitt Oxford south, N Sin clair Kenfrow soutiif T.. McGar Leeds J U Dargai el Sudburv Charles UlcCra Simcoe south. Ale; Ferguson. i- G. G. AI aery Grey south, C. Ramage "Hast ings cast. .I: A. Holgatc Waterloo south, flavor A. 13. Buchanan, o Gait. Rev. A Vi'ilsoii, temperance. BELIEVERS Burgmann's Hall, 41S Thirteenth street, North assemble cm the Lord's Day for the breaking of bread at 11 a.m. Gospe preaching at 7.30 p.m. Bible reading Wednesday, 7.45 p.m. PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL MEETINGS At the homo of Mr. Simmoiiett, 132; Third avenue North, one minute iron: the car line. Sunday rooming at 1.0.30, Remembering the Lord's Death; Sunday evening, 7'.30, Gospe meeting; Tuesday evening, S pirn. Gospel meeting; Thursday. evening, of. Av There .about forty1, Special-waiting upon-God for delegates in attendance from the baptism of ih'e Holy Ghost. Come W.initobn, Saskatchewan and Alberta. T.Iio ilologalcs wore royally treated byHlic Winnipeg launilryincn, and tlie city bf Wiiinipcg also.-. An-electric sign was put on .'the and drink of the water of life freely. "For the Promise is unto you and your children, and to nil that are afar off, even, as many as the Lord, our Got! shall call.'V For health and sanitary reasons, clean your !ce Box with Old It thoroughly cleanses cx'ery part from ice grate to waste pipe; especially effective for cleaning enamel, porcelain and galvanized linings. Use it freely, dangers of contaminating the food, Keep a Can Large Can' ioc; CHURCH SERVICES CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHUHCK OF CHRIST, Bank block. Ser- vice at eleven a. m. Wednesday ev- ening testimony mooting, '8.00 p.m. The reading room IB open to'every- one every day from three to five p.m. Everyone Is cordially invited to at- tend. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. PATRICK'S A. H. Rosenthal. pastor; Rev. P. Mini- tt'egen, assistant. Mass 9 a.m. .High Mass, 11 a. m. Suaday. Echcol 3 Evening service 7.30 p.m. Sermon at each service. SALVATION ARMY Services are held at tho Citadel. street, as follows: Sunday, 11 a.m., Holiness meeting; 3 p.m., praise meeting, and 7.30, Salvation meeting Week nights: Monday, 8 p.m., public meeting, led by sisters; Wednesdaj 8 p.m., Soldiers' meeting; Thursday, p.m., Salvation meeting, Qitiidel band in attendance-, Saturday, 8'p.m. free and easy meeting. CHRISTADEUfHIANS CHRISTADELPHIANS Meeting Room, 230 Thirteenth St., N., (be- lt ween 2nd and 3rd Bible class Wednesday 8 p.m. Sunday ser- vices. Brcakiug of Bread, 4 p.m. Ev- ening service 7.30 p.m. A lecture will be delivered by Sir. Sidney T.; Batsford, subject, "Zionism, and thej Restoration of Israel." All seats free no collection. LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS--S. O. E. Hall. 10th St. S.. near Y. M. C. A. 10.10 a.m. Officers and teachers meet- ing, 10.30 a.m., Sudday school, 2 p.m. Sacrament meeting. Visitor's always welcome. Bishop Geo. W. Green, 1016. Second Ave. S. Phone 1493. LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S F1HST LUTHERAN 6th Ave. and Fi teeuth St. Kev. C. Grant, minister Sunday, June 14. Norwegian servic at 31 a.m., and children's day cises at 7.30. Sunday school ;t p.u Teacher's meeting and rehearsal "o Wednesday evening. ANG.LICAN ST. AUGUSTlN'S CHURCH Corner Second Ave. and Eighth St Rev. Canon Murr el-Wright, rector Matins 11 a.m. Holy Communion ery Sunday morning at 8 a.m. at the eleven o'clock service on th first Sunday of the month, Evensonj lf.30 p.m. Sunday school 10 a.m. ST. MARY'S C Popham, rector. Holy Coramubib: i a.m. and Choral Eucharist on'th irst Sunday of the month at eleven o'clock service. Matins 11 a.m. Sun day school 3 p. m. Evensong 7.30'p i. ST. CYPRIAN'S ner 8th and Eleventh St. Hey lanon Mdllillcn, rector. Matins 1 a.m. Evensong 7.30 p. m., Sunday school and Bible class three p. rn !-JoIy communion on the firsts an; third Sunday at 8.30 a.m. and cn.tht second and fourth Sundays at 'tlie eleven o'clock service. CHRISTIAN -.CHRISTIAN CHURCH Weslej ;hurch, corner Third avenue am Eighth street; Rev. J. B. PIckel, pas ;or. Sunday school at ltt.3U a. m Breaching services at 11 a.m., when Kev. J. S. Raum, of Tacoma, vill speak, and 7.30 Children's Daj ixerciscs. Christian Endeavor, -iJ 3 daughter of :Lord and Lady Mr. R: A. Scott- Lauder. Mrs; YWH. Marrfi-'was hostess of a, Ihree table bridge yesterday after- ioon. The favors were won by Mrs. SEAL BRAND COFFEE Often Imitated Seldom Equaled Never Surpassed PncKed in otic and two pound tine CHASE SANBORN MONTREAL. 150 white flower trimmed cha- peau, assisted in the dining room. Jlr.' Sbei'idan-Bickers, who recently lert Shawuigan Lake to fill a journalis- tic post in Vancouver and is at pres- ent staying at.Glencoe Lodge, Van- couver, received a, most interesting letter from bis late friend, Mr. ance Irving, written before sailing. In it Sir. Irving makes reference to what to.have been his next 'production, a comedy based on the real marital relations oE Napoleon and Josephine, 11 which that heroine of 'romance was to be revealed as the solflsb, and shrewish. light o' love, of actual liis- tor.y. The further statement was made that after Jiis .Canadian experience, his tour not having been altogether a success, .he had decided to make an end oC tragedy. Little dreaming of :he. crowning tragedy imminent in which he WHS to play ao heroic a part and take his last call. Clubs and Societies The Young Ladies' Bible class of Wesley church will meet tomorrow morning at ten All young ladles are cordially invited. The music In Westminster church omorrow will be: Morning anthem, 'Still, Still with Thee." Evening an- them, "Lead Kindly and quar- tette, "Crossing tlie Bar." The child- topic in the morning will be "A Fable." The Ulen's society 01 St. Mary's church ice-cream social iu the parish hall evening, Tlie afiair was-a success both finan- cially and A" short pro- j gram was reh'dered and a hop enjoy- ed. The society wishes .to cordially thank and Korth Letbbridgc, who kindly donat- ed refreshments. The Lethbridge Flower Guild held its annual meeting Wednesday evening at the home the president, Mrs. C. F. The stjcretftcy-treasurer, B. financial, report which receipts and bahlTMay- 1913'V..S Money raised during'year 70.00 collected...................... 42.85 Donations 45.60 AFTER SUPPER SALE TONIGHT 7.3O to 1O p.m. One of the Leading Features of To- night's Sale is these Tungsten Lamps at 32c 10 Watt Tungsten kamps. The smallest price ue havexbceq able to quote this season. Just 75- to so on sale tonight Give a bright, white economical light WJiiIe tbe> Big Hearth Rug Value at 79c Turkish effects -in Hearth Rugs. Pretty fnnged-ruga in blue and rose colorlogs. Size one dozen of these___.................. Delicious assortment of Chocolates selling at, per pound Hudson's Company's special SOc Pipes selling at.............................. Fruit Cake gelling at Per pound Saturday Night Treats in Groceries 25c 35e 25c Men's Night Shirts Just 85c Special lot of these Men's Nigbt Shirts. Cut from fine 'white: twill and'cotton, with collars, large and roomj Sizes 16 to IS. Worth 11.25 O9C, of Boys' Bluchers These Box CaU Blucbers for boys on sale tottight, 0 values for and comfortable. 4 AA Sizes 11 to 2 9 These Children's Dresses 89c i and 8 83c Children's Dresses, to fit the litU3 4 8 years. Materials are-Giugham, Chambray and Holland-Bin- colors and pretty Checks. Worth Co: latest style. Corset Special 79c Tonight Tsets, cut from fine white coutll. 2" pairs onh, Regular value 79c 400 Yards Frillings Clearing 25c 400 yards of these beautiful Prillings, plain, aud Nets, Cliiffon Crepe de Chino and fancy Muslins, Values all the 51.00 a yard. Per yard................C9C The Hudson's Bay Co. HOME STUDY Tlift'Arls Cnnrsa nny up tnhun corrcspoii- dene-, hut students jjfr>