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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta Ay, 'JUN3 THE LETHESIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE The Big Crowd Will he flt Rylands' Utter Supper, Sale ANOTHER BIG BUSINESS tonight' from '7 until th'e door'closes at 10 o'clock. You know wte always have the goods we advertise and exactly as represented. No wailing, an extra Saturday staff willing to serve you. WARNER'S CORSETS, odd lines worth up to will- be on sale tonight at 20 dozen pairs Ladies' Cotton and Lisle Hose, 35c Tonight onlyj -25( More of those -Sample Vests at Long Lisle Gloves, 'white, for The last of those Women's Gauze Drawers Fancy Dress Collars, 50c to for Lisle Gloves iip to 60c for. shade Bath Towels, pair 15c ond.lSc Prints and Ginghams tonight only... Ladies'-Button Oxfords and Strap'SUppers, 2% to 5 onij iO md 00 foi 20 only Whil Duck Sku Is tonight W.15 Block md Check Wish Skuts tonight Remember the Waist Sale his is flie first d >J of our big June Wjist Stle The hde opened i rush ilus riiornmg We expect jou tonight lo snare in bai gains like W.usts -north up to 00 on sale ggc Waists worth up ,to oh sale at S1.45 Waists worth uj) to snle W.95 Waists worth up to on sale Rylands Co. The Busy Store Looking Into Methods Used by Implements Dealers of Sask Prince Albert, Sask., June first sitting of the Royal Commission appointed toy the provincial govern- ment to enquire into the sale of farm machinery, and -into the collection methods used by the Implement com- panies In the debts owing by farmers for machinery, opened yesterday, at the court house here. The chairman cf the commission is Mr. -Justice Newlands of the Saskatchewan'Su- preme Court, and file members of the commission present were: Mr. Justice Lament, McHarg.pf Moose .Jaw, president of the Saskatchewan erative Elevator Co., and Hon. W. F. of Saskat- chewan. W. R.'Motherwell; who is also on; the commission, has not yet arrived. The evidence of one 'witness, Sam- url Smith, farmer, of Star City, occu- pied the whole of tho iiiOriiing'B ses-, and from larhiHr's stanS-1 point, the witness maintained that there was room for legislation to con- trol the methods of collection of ac-. counts by implements companies, the' mortgage taken to secure payment their accounts, and the rates of inte est charged. Mr. Smith made th statement that he and his family ha been deprived the necessities of life and he believed that thousands farmers wore in similar straits on ac- count of having to maet no'tes implements. T. 0. Agnew gave it as his opinlo that the large implement companie buy out the smaller, manufacturers arid then refuse to supply'the repal parts for tlie machinery; purchase froiu the smaller concerns! thus fore Ins farmers to buy- new when they .had in their possession, imple ments which at a comparatively cost could be put-Into excellent work us order. -Mr. 'Agnew isfah imple ment dealer here. He complained o :he excessive cost of repairs imposed )y tho big companies, To inspect Sugar rrangements 'have-been made witl J.. Ellison, the Knight Su .gar .Co., "at Raymond, for- excursions of Lsthbridge'oitizefls to the factory opens in theifall. MILADI Edited "INO" fhones Res.1115 Office 1224 THE WAY it SEEMS chaos and confusion Upon the earth I see. Yet still they aeem illusion Unto the soul of me; Though race with race is striving And conflicts do not cease, I feel that right is 1 hear the voice of peace, I know the wrongs existing And growing hour by hour, And yet my failh persisting, Sees Justice high in power; 1 hear the voice of Reason Enumerating Ills; But doubt of God seems treason, And trusfc my bosom thrills. Along this world benighted, Where cfoudg and shadows roll, One narrow path is lighted For each immortal soul. The path of Love's endeavor, To show the God within, And who walks there will never Be slave of fear or sin. Mine is the mind of woman, No logic in its etore; But, ah, my heart is human, And love is at its core. The earth is God's expansion, And 3ove is all it needs And this is faith's confession Of what it lacks in creeds., The Misses Allen of Toronto are tlie uests of their aunt, Mrs; A. Hall. Inspector Penny father, of the R. N. M. P., of Macleod, and Miss Jennyfather, motored to Calgary for ic rose ball. Mrs. A. W. Kress leaves on Mon- ay for Listowcl, spend; the ummer. Mrs. Duff .and Mrs. Stames ..have eturned from a visit in Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. .D. R.. leave tonight for. -HillcreEt, to attend" the funeral of their nephew, John .Wood, wiio was Ufilml in the mine disaster. A. 73. Dunlop, barrister, and Mrs. Dunlop left today for Eastern Can- ada, and will he'absent for a couple of months. .Jlr. and.Mrs. Dunlop wiJl travel via Minneapolis and Chicago iand will spend two or three-weeks.in New York and Boston antt other parts' of the New England: States; and the balance of the time in Nova Scotia. The Public ami High school sum- mer closing will be held in Wesley auditorium on Friday, .June 26th, at 8.15, The lovely home of Mrs. Charles B. Morris, 1 Strathcona was literally thronged with visitors, who came during yesterday receiving hours, to formally welcome the young hostess on the occasion of her flrst formal at home in .Lethbridgc. Vivid crimson carnations lent their color and fragrance to the drawing room, 'Where the host-ess looked very stunning in tan elaborate Frenchycrc-1 a Won ot pale blue silk meteor "with tunic of broche velvet, real lace anft touches of rose. Mrs. J. D. Higinboiham, who as- ;istcd in receiving, wore a becoming Sirs. James, Hie; second vice-regent, wore a lovely-gown of violet silk crepe, draped with lace; a necklace of -pearls and amethysts and carried paiest.p'ink .rqsebujis.i The stewards, 3Jr. Gr.ogan, Mr'. F. Mr. E. Pinkham, Major P.ryce Dr. D. O. Lament and Lieut. Hilchic, wiire boutmiers 01 emblem nf tiir.- Daughters of the Empire. The Premier and1 Mrs. Sifton grac- ed the function .with their presence, Mrs. lovely gown ol brocaded silver cloth. Some of the guests and gowns worn were r: Mrs.'Neale, LfethDriiige, duchess sa- tin, with lace insertion. Mrs. Noursei 'wtiiloY taffeta with tirusseis point lace tunic, touches oi blue. Mrs. Haniilloii Mewburn, bronze and gold tissue brcche draped over pink satin with gold embroidery. Miss Helen Mewburn, white taffeta it-L' brocaded rose polonaise. Miss Vroornan black sa- corsage of silver black em- jroidery. Mrs, Hastings brocaded retlb'w "Satin and- iVce 'corsage. Miss Wolley-Dod, pale iliic ercpc de chine draped over blue clmrmeuso, silver embroidery and chiffon roses. Miss Rosamond Wblley-Dod, cream crepe de chine "with garnitures oi iteam chiffon roses over satin. Clubs ancLSocieties Mrs. Mason will give a missionary ea .on Monday afternoon in St. Jary's pafish hall at 3 o'clock in aid offthe Woman's Auxiliary. At the evening service in Westmin- ter Methodist church tomorrow tlie hoir will render "Serve he Lord with gladness' and Messrs. "itoit and "Owen wiir'sing the duet, 'Watchman, what off he The1 Young class of Vesley ,church _ will ,'nieet tomorrow ornjng' at ten o'clock. All adies. invited. The, members'are "fe- iiidod that tomorrow is our special Tionthly fir. class funds. Mso that next Thursday night is rliR monthly busih'fcss" meeting mid lectioii of t..' The home made cooipg booth con- noted by the Ladies1 tho Christian church at ,t% public mar et yesterday was very, successful verythihg being sold.out. Mrs. Far Cory anduMrs. Dunswortl were-the ladles in charge. SATURDAY NIGHT Many Opportunities for Saving Money at The hours, 7.30 to 10 Merry Widow Hair Nets 15for25c Merry Widow Silk Fringe Hair Nets with elas- tic, large step, fine mesh, all shades, medium, light dark brown and hlacft. Tonight 15 for 25c A Cup and Saucer Just 7 Cents Tonight While Cups and dozen of them In tonight's salo. Good shape, splendid for wear. Regular value. Tonight, Cup and Saucer................. J. C 20 in. Lisle. Gloves 25c button Gloves in tan, beaver, black and grey. Best quality lisle thread. Full 20 inches long. Just 50 pairs. Regular DOc.- Tonight.......................... COC Men's Balbriggan Under- wear--80c Suit Men! here's an opportunity to lay in oE summer underwear, Balbiiggan, in two pieco style, fine Egyptian cotton. Size 34-32 to Regular price. ?1.00 flftj% .Tonight, pjar. suit.....-.................: OUC Saturday Night Treats in Groceries Uelicious. Assortment of Chocolates Per pound.............................. per pound. SIcVittie's -and Price Mixed Biscuits' Regular -We. Per 8 C Fibre Rugs :a -fa-stiy Oriental ejects. Colors are fawn, red, green and blue. Good wearing quality. Size 27x54. Regular .Tonight Ladies' Pumps Clearing at 99c Special clearance of: Ladies' Pumps 'tonight Patent leather and vicl kid. A up-to-date styles tHnmied buckle. Size to 7.' .-Regular Whitewear Specials "LADIES' WHITE Embroid- ery trimmed flounce, fine white cotton. Regular Tonight WHITE CAMBRIC Hemstitched Regular 25c 4 n Tonight jifC WHITE NI'GHT Slip-over style, 'em- broidery and ribbon trimmed Ap Tonight 1C. Ill these verses of Holy Writ were forc- ed home to us as never before. And as we handed each man his flower ami received bis smile and "Thank we felt it had- been worth while, "even 1C 'we helped to cheer but ono: dis- couraged heart, and .helped thorn to a better life, and so we were greatly pleased top receive tlie following; let- ter and original poem from one of the prisoners: "May 15, 1914. "The President, the W.C.T.U.: "Dear sometimes hap- pens that, into the course of seem- ing, endless monotony, a sudden ray of human sunshine finds its way, that not only cheers, -but stirs- one; into realization of things that have.' been and still can -be. I'd like to thank you and your friends for your kind mes- sage of cheer and remembrance. Be eure that everyone here_ appreciates your kindness of.last Sunday, and'ue- Ifeve that in more than one-' you awakened lonff a wish for better things. Such is, the 'power of the magic word uttered -by a mother. Everybody here would thank you, if they could; but, you see, one can only 'write .once a month, so they I Miss Olive Richards Starland would miss a letter to 'moth- er.' As for'me, no sacrifice, I don't wHt'e nil, Hnplnjr T and begging pardon. If I have, I wish to remain, Respectfully Yours, you to walk through-', the corridors today, you would see carnations still ;ostuine of brown foulard silk and ilue chapoau. The dining table ,was exquisitely pretty with a low bowl of California loppies aad clusters of marigolds on a lace centre. Mrs. George B. McKay, who'poured ;ea, was beautifully gowned in violet iilk ami black hat with white plumes, vhile Mrs. E. N. Higinbotham, who cut the ices, wore a pretty gown of ;oyal blue silk with Persian trim- nings and while picture hat with ilumcs faced in rostj. The dainties were served by Miss liginbotham, in a dainty white crepe ioilette with rose accessories and it to match, and Miss Downer, in a hie costume of tomato ratine Ieve4 with white and black hat. Little Jean Mackay Tracked' in whits TFith blue ribbons admitted-the nany guests. Mothers'' Day 'ith the breath of tliq white carna- tlon, i On, the second Sunday in May, oines thoughta of a darling mother, With memories of childhood's day. or we may -be far from the shelter Of our loving mother's aare; But no earthly distance can keep us From a mother's prevailing prayer. If perchance she has'gone to heaven, The flower's perfume sweet With the breath of th'e: c Where at. last with her'Ve may a'li Then'let memories of childhood'un- Aad'with hands circle V; world, To -reverence the name of :our moth- And keep love's white banner un- V' V. J. K, and ye .came unto me." IJsay unto- yoii, as ye have done: of the least of these, my brethren, ye have done it unto me." On .Mother's Day, second Sun- day In .Slay, t. committee of' the ceu- Ural W. C. T. U. visited the local pris- The rose ball given by the Colonel on, to gii'e each prisoner a carnation A few "Old Dutch'' on clotlii'brings new Iiistrc.1. equally for cleaning and brightening links, watK bowla and bath f. U. Inclcori Chapter ol the Imperial aughters of the Empire at the Fal- ser hotel on Thursday night, has one down Into history' as the most tilliant affair ever held in Calgary. .Space will not permit a full ac- oimt of the function hut the fpllow- ng is given as more intimately in- irsstlng fo local readers Entering the ballroom the guents ere received by the regents of the olonel 'Macleod Chapter of the Im- perial Order ot the Daughters of thS Empire. Mrs. J. A. Loughccd wore diamond ornaments, magnificent gown of Chinqis satin, with overdrape real lace edged with jable .and carried a sheaf of pink roses. Mrs. P. J. Nolan, the regent! was yory handsome in a of black velvet and cnrrlrd while roses...- Mrs. Wollcy-Doil, tho fust' vice- regent, wore a handsomn costume of rose duchcsac wtth. bodice o( lace and gold garniture, carried roses wliioii hai'iubaizod ,witk tker in memory of his mother, and the. above poem on Mother's Day. And as we looked Into the faces of those men Proven Quality When choosingBllvcrware itf isbothcconomyandsatisl'ac- fion to purchflM This brand, known 3tt Plate that Wears" ranks first in quality and has been beat for ovcir 60 Made in the heaviest grade of pl Sold by Lcndlnn Dealci MONDAY Miss Olive Kichui-ds CII V C'A'f P Oil V OAf-P SILK SALE SILK SALE TONIGHT AND MONDAY A final clearing of all our high grade Silks at the smal- lest prices for good Silks you've ever met. Nothing served. Every piece in the Store will be on sale-To- night and Monday, at greatly reduced prices. Lpok over the list of lowered prices. 36 in. Plain Pure Siik Messalines 20 inch Plain Tamalines Regular Price Reduced to 89e A fine range of colorings in this.splcn-, did quality including sky, brown, emerald, wild rose, apricot and pink. Tonight and Monday The price per yard 36 inch Heavy Brocades and Fancy Floral Silks Our regular and lines on sale fonighl ,-nd Monday C1! 9C at per yard 50c and 60c Qualities for 35c _Make serviceable linings or waists ;-Ja.'.few. "pikes to clear out. at this low price. Tonight per yard Fancy Stripes Brocaded Silks -'Regular Prices Reduced to Striped TaffeUs for 50c A dozen colorings lo select in neat narrow stripes. Some arc shot ef- fects, fine rich soft qualities. Regular rallies 90c and Tonight and Monday per yard FANCY FLORAL RAJAH Regular value 90c Sale price per yard A beautiful Dress Silk in all the popu- lar shot effects, small figures and hair line stripes. A silk we can strongly re- as being correct in style and quality. Tonight and Monday C1 1C 'yard 40 inch Brocade Silk Crepes And rich. Damask Dress Silks, the fin- csi in high grade dress mater- id in fight and dark shades, ''lines we sold -at 92.75 and On sale Tonight and Ivionday Per yawi I DOLLAR QUALITY SILK AND WOOL DRESS CREPES, 44 inches wide on sole at per yard Be here early and get choice of these exceptional Silk Bargains The Simpson Go. 1-td. ;