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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1914 THE BRIDGE DAH.T PAGE NINE Rylands' SATURDAY BARGAINS to buy and Blouses at practically half c Saturday the last day of the Big June WaiSt Sale, to I2'50 Finest Silk Lisle Hose, the famous Ita- diuhikind. 3 pairs for.............. Children's Rock Bib and fine lisle Hos- 1 Qft -j black only, on sale j Qy Combinations, with or without sleeves, on sale only......... A collection of Girls' aud colored Dresses up to S years that sold as high as Saturday .............V. If JMftNAQ Japanese Silk and n.llUVilAk' Dotted Swiss Silk on sale for Saturday only, reg. up to, Practical and Stylish and Wash Dresses for house and street sold at to of Soft Crepe, Tissues ana-Battues, all new this season, many Dresses on sale Finest quality Serge and Skirts that as high as special SKIRTS White Linen SUirts sale again tomorrow at less.thaii you can buy. the materials 11.15 Made from a good qual- ity Messaline Silk, in brown, navy or black, reg. to J5 Rylands Co. The Busy Store MOUNT ROYAL COLLEGE, CALGARY A .HlgivClAM an- Pay College for Boyc-an'd Young Menj and Young Women OF FALL.TERM, TUESDAY, SEPT. 9th, 1914. BUSINESS Bookkeeping, Stenography, Account- ancy, Typewriting, e-to. J1U6IC: Full Conseryatory'-Coisrae, Vocal, Instrumental: and Theory. ACADJSMIC: Public and High School Grades, tha University and Teaofers. Ladies College ,courm fpr Qifis. .JVenoh'.Conrereation daises. FINE ART; China PithUng. Water Colors; Leather ofc. BXPRBSSION AND'.PHYSlOAl, CULTURE: Drumatlo -Art, Public Speaking, Household Science. For full information and. Calendar, apply to V'x '--11.; REV. QEORQE W. KERBY, B.A., D.D., Principal. WON Regatta. Highland, N.T., June won the junior eight-oared race by one and one-half lanfitlis'; Colilmhla.was second; Penn- sylvania third and Syracuse fourth. MAR'INES KILLED Torquay, men were killed' h'e're today aboard the dreadnought, .Mjqn'arch, by an ac- cident which dcburred when a launch The Trademark Safeguard; BLUE TEA Ask for Blue Ribbon and make sure you get it. It stands for the highest grade of .tea. ttfttf with 25 to llut Hlbkon, LlmlUi Winnlpto, for the BJut Ribbon Cook Book. The belt eooK book Jof _. Write ina MILADI Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 Proud man may climb ambition's height, "And seek to v.'in the meed of fame; Yes, he may feel his heart-beat light" When glory beams'around Ms-name But not for these does woman seek, Far humbler her ambition's shown. At home she reigns a sovereign meek -A woman lives for love alone- Still in her daily duty moves, With thoughtful brow and steadfast mind; ic proves her faith in him she.loves By gentle smiles and accents kind; Tlia iiraise of one dear voice alone Is all she it riot, Oh, ye to whom her heart hath flown. For 'tis tho sun that lights her lot. Woman hath faults and -weakness, too But, stronger man, oh! blame them not; Believe me, her affection true Thro' changeful life shaJl cloar. thy Home .ties, home love, let none dis- dain; More dear than wealth or fame could prove; They o'er the heart triumphant reign, And all are in woman's love. Mr. and Mrs. "W- Nelson; ;ire-''re- joicing-over the birth 'of :a apii.ph Tuesday last. Mrs. Roy Davidson will he the tea ionr hostess at the tennis courts to- morrow. .Mr. E. A. Williamson' is spending a; couple of days in .Calgary. Mrs. John Home and Mrs. W, A.; Buchanan will be the hostesses at at the Country Club tomorrow -Air. W. F. Nelson, of Calgary, is In the city for a'few days. 3Ir. and; Mrs.-- Nclso_n and .children expect... to' leave next week for Calgary, where tiiev will make their home oh' Cires cent Heights Mrs. Tracy an4--ch leave on Wednesday next Mr: Tracy in where theyivVill re- side in future. Miss, Bejr.tha- w_bo has been- Red "Beer" Ladies' Col-; lege, is home to spend the slimmer, vacation with her-parents, Mr. and: Mrs, John'Scott, St. N. Miss Gilric, Connaught Mansions, is entertaining a few friends at cards this evening. Mrs. J. G. Robertson, who has on an extended visit at Clin- ton and other Ontario points, is ex- pected home tomorrow. St.t Paul's.First Lutheran Sunday school will enjoy their annual picnic to the river hot-torn on Wednesday, July 1st. Mrs. Buchanan, of Hamilton, Ont., who lias been visiting her -daughter, Mrs. A. 'M. returns home on Monday. Mrs. Willoughby-Cummings of Tor- is arranging to tour ths west in September and will attend the ses- sions qf the Woman's Auxiliary to Missions of the Anglican church. Will and who have 'been' attending Upper Canada Col-' lege, are home to spend the yummer with their mother, Airs. William Hen- derson. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Gumming, of Minneapolis, are hi the city, register- ed at the Palliser. Mrs. Gumming will remembered us of the Telegram. She is en route to Edmon- ton fur a month's visit to her moth- er, Mrs. .Neil I News-Telegram. C; Brandow and Mrs. Dix- on were' hostesses jiast evening at the home pf llie fornier of a miscellan- eous .'shower for Mrs. Hen Spence (nee Jiorior guest received man? beaulif'ul gityb Games screen joyed; aiid dainty refreshments were served by the'hostesses. Clubs and Societies The G. F. C. will meet on Mon- day afternoon with Mrs. Bradshaw, 930 Ninth Ave., S. TIic Art Needle work club will meet- with Mrs. J. H. Reuter on Monday afternoon. Wesley Mission'.-Baud invites all the children of congregation and their little friends of other churches to bring picnic baskets and join -them in games on Mrs. (Dr.) Lovering's lawn on Third Ave., on Saturday af- ternoon from three, to seven. A short program will'he given and a picnic supper served, the admission, being ten cants. Adult friends will also be heartily welcomed.; The Young Ladies' class of Wesley church met at the home of Mrs. C. E. Brandow last, evening. The follow- ing officers we're elected for the next sir months Dixon. Winnifred Lin- guard.' Kenncr. Assistant C. Lia- gnard. Stover. Special Holmes. Lookout Hoivsett, Devotional Thomas.. The Flower Guild circulating libra- ry Is-reducing thVfee to join to 50 cente and 5 cents a hook io take out. t ia In the Hudson's Bay tea room, where a librarian is ready any day be- ween four and six to give out books. There is plenty summer read- as on its shelves-and by-joining1'you-1 assist Guild iiv heir worthy work oC cheering the ill n the hospital; Mr. C. A. Col man, ,in charge of mis- lionary work among the -Chinese, in. Western -Canada, will address a mass meeting of the China.men.of the city n their own dialect at.Knox .church.at pur o'clock on Sunday afternoon. Juarez, MeocJoo, June don of Federal irregulars began at Zacatecas at sunrise this morning, ed up before.a firing squad, fifty- seven officers of the irregulars were ihot. These are tho first of many to be slain during the twenty-four lours. .-J General Barren, with a fragment of he Federal array is, fleeing in wild disorder toward Aguascalientes, burn- ng bridges and dostroyins railroads >ehlnd them. Villa has already begun moving 100 soldiers towards, Aguascalientes iy marching. They" expect to cover ieventy-flve miles within a fe'w days. Mr.'and .N. Mouat, who have been .the guestsi-, of Rev. and Mrs.' '.Jon.es; return unfof menial was ustoms Office at St. Kilda for the Oil Drillers In order that all the machinery, this ooal and other goods used by the drill- Wiis iiig concerns along the border on the 'confined-to. the hospital an atv Canadian side may be spared the ne- .tack-'.of asthma while On theic i cesslty of hauling all their overland return and, Mrs. Mouat will give, h0fids to the entry port of Coutts, the government has placed an officer of the .customs at the Sognr west end. Sonje fIft'ein'ladies of the Firs st'.tadles' Mrs. it Virtue at yHqnderBoii Park.'on .Wednesday af- torhoo'n. .The ladies', took; put'refresh- ments prepared, by Mrs. A. B. Smith, jlrs.. Munroe, and Mrs. Williams, ind: a jolly lutortriftl was enjoy- ed. Mrs. .Indsbn Virtue and Miss Kathleen Virtue assisted: PARKER (Carnival Showi; At Fair weil in Section lj .1-12, west of the fourth. W. A, Gibbon, of the local office, has been despatched to the scene of operations, and will hold the fort un- til the arrival of a permanent offi- cial, A sixty-mile haul is saved tho oil men iu this way, as they would other- wise lie compelled to haul their goods from across the border, east of Coutts, and back to tho 'well. The official will establish headquarters afth'e nearest available point, probably St. three and a half miles from the wel'l. MANITOBA GETS AGRICULTURAL AID; fOUdlva, Ont., June share of the Dominion {government's, annual vote, under the terms of the.; Agricultural Instruction. Act amounts' Saturday News At The Hudson's Bay Stores. Read! It's All Good! House Furnishing Sale Offers Special Prices The CANADIAN BEAUTY ELEC- THic Beautifully finished, guaranteed, ready to attach. -V regular ?4.oO ttt value ART Fawn and green Colorings, size two ply all wool Scotch hard tfC 7K ing qualities, reg, 511.50 99m I 9 WINDOW Just 25 of these plain cream mounted on good roller, cize com- plete with brackets SCRIMS in ecru slhade pretty striped design, full uO inches a Too value clearing Attn Per, yard IOC A Profusion of Indian Leather Novelties "JfJ I 9 INDIAN HEAD LEATHER Painted and burnt worfc slashed fringe, worth BUBNT. LEATHER HAND BAGS and Whisk. Holders, lines that are taken "from our regular stock, 85c' to si.co.: LEATHER 'NOVELTIES Wall Pockets, P'o'st' Card Album's, Centre Pieces and Tie Racks, decorated with velvet' flowers and 4 OC burnt work I CHILDREN'S' HAND In burnt with pretty decora- tion of fringe and beads-. Quality First Groceries GREENGAGES. JTT-." 1 tins for "..'..'dlV PEARS Ofp 2 tins for 9 V TOMATOES C4 S cans 'for FRENCH PEAS 3 cans for LEMONS yjfi Per dozen C I G SMITH'S JAM' 5Ib pail ROYAL CROWN SOAP Per SALMON Per BOILED HAM Per pound LARD i{ pounds for.. LARD 5 pounds LARD lO'lbs for.. 9 PINEAPPLE 3 bans for PINEAPPLES Fresh, 2 for HUGE BING CHERRIES 2 pounds JUICY NAVAL' ANQES (324 size) 2 dqz for wQC JUICY NAVAL ANQES size) per