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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1914 THE KKTHBRIDGfc DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN You Will Save Money If You Will Shop at Ryknds Saturday Night Sale 10 only White Quilts, regular for. 20 pairs Sheets, regular each for. 90c Silk Kimonas. Tonight. Fine Swiss Ribbed Combinations. 45c 25e to 35c Vests, slightly imperfect. 18c and Pumps and Oxfords, 3 to 5's. Silk Boot Hose, sold everywhere for 55c Men's Kerchiefs tonight only, 4 for. Men's and Shirts, Tooke's make.. Men's Underwear, 2 piece Balbriggan: 45c Men's Combinations, knee length.. 95o 10 Hair Nets, tonight only for. 25c The June Waist Sale Ends To-night Your last to buy brand new Waists at prac- tically Half Price Waists, last time tonight.........85C to Waists, last time 00 to 00 Waists, last lime .85 ALL OTHER WAISTS AT FACTORY PRICES Join the Crowds To-night at Rylands Co. The Busy Store POOTGEAR SEVERAL CENTURIES OLD These remarkable old antiques were found stored away in the dark cellar of an old deserted house in London, England. These barbarous styles were prevalent about 1700. Public Meeting at Galbraith School A meeting of the North. LcthlMclge Eatc- payers will be held at Galbraitii :School Hall on Monday June 29th At 8 p.m.'. Wheri the Commissioners will explain ;tlvc. Money By-Laws to be voted on, July 3rd, 1914.' mil Oh, Lord, our on stormy seas OC sin and sorrow, still are tempest I Our dead have reached their haven, but for Teach im to trust Tliue, Lord, for these our loved and lost! For those we make our passion prayer by night; For these we cry to Thee through the long day. We see them not. 0, keep them iu Thy sight! From them and us, be Thou not Tar away. Among the many departments of work under the auspices of the W. C. T. U., tiiat of "Social Purity" is one greatly valued by all cultured, right- thinking men and women. The fol- lowing from "Mistakes of College Dr. Baron Russell Briggs, Dean of Harvard University {faculty oC Arts and will help us to lite essential value of pur- ity to every young man: "A young man, intensely curious ab- out the wickedness of life, Is easily persuaded that the first business of a college student is 'to know is to kiiow the worst tilings in it; and, n the pursuit of wisdom, he sets out in the evening, with olbers, merely to see the vice of a great city. Of such vice he says, 'No man knows hu- man nature until he has seen the dark side; I shall 'be a broader man if I Icnow these things, and some physi- cians recommend the practice oE-lhem in moderation.' When we say 'Lead us not into we forget that one of the worst temptations in the 'world is the temptation to be led into temptation to gratify vulgar curiosity, and to see on what thin ice we can walk. The difficulty with vice is that it involves physical danger OL the most revolting kind; that it kills self-respect; that it brings eitiher Ebamfelessness, .or a miserable dishonesty for decency's aake, and that it is a breach .of trust to those who are to be the nearest and the the wife and children who may seem remote and unreal, but who to most young men are close at hand. A' young man's sense of fair play should show him that it is_efirontery in a man 'who ihas been guilty of vice, with women to ask a pure girl's love The time is only too likely to come when a fellow who has yielded to the tremendous, sudden temptation that i? thrown at him in will face the bitter question, 'Can I tell the truth about myself to the girl I love? IE I tell it, I may justly lose her; if I do not tell it, my whole life may be a frightened lie." "Who is the happy husband? He Who scanning his unwedded life, Thanks heaven with a conscience free, 'Twas faithful to his future wife." 'IF HAVE EATEN 5 MY MORSEL ALONE" 'I am debtor alike to (he Jew and the The mighty apostle criftd, Traversing continents, souls to seek, For the Jove of the Crucified. Centuries, centuries since have sped; Millions are famishing; we have bread; But wo uat our morsel alone. Ever of them who have largest dower, MILADI Phones Res.1115 1224 AN ASCOT GOWN Of ivory-tinted crepe moire with jupe oC satin to harmonize. The cor- sage is relieved with luce poaed en flesh-colored tulle with a med-ici col- lar. Thcrcnpo effect is cleverly intro- duced at the hack, H similar idea be- ing expressed'In, the alcoves. 11 11> III, j Boy the Desi when you buy table 1 silver for your home. Whoa your selection is "SSftrPleUttal Weart" Suality and beauty of esign are both assured, k Made in the heaviest j 8 grade of plate, licnce Its j wonderful 'sold Dcilcn Rcalle and Miss F'rccrnan assisted in the dining room. The Companions ol the Forest aic entertaining at an ice cream social and dance In St. Mary's parish hall on Tuesday evening, .June 30lh. The affair Is in aid of members in dis- tress, so that a large attendance is desired. The marriage takes place in London shortly oi Marjory, third daughter of 0. C. and the laic Mrs. Chlpmaii, Shall heaven require Uio more; formerlv ol Winnipeg, to Ambrose Ours is affluence, knowledge, power, The bride not being yet Ocean from shore to shore; j hdr mother, "the The East and West in our ears lmvc will be quietl? celebrated, said: jt u-jjf jn St. Stephen's Church, Give us, give us your daily (.minster, air. Tumiinson, whose Yet'we have eat our morsel alone. figo js 8-( was educated at Cam- University- He is largely iu- 'Freely as ye have received, so He bade, who hath given us all; How shall the soul in us longer live, Dead to their starving call, For whom the blood of the Lord was shed, And his body broken to give them bread, If we eat our morsel alone? Alexander, Bishop Deny, Mis J Mouan and sort ire spend- ing a few wiln Iiitnds at Dia- mond City Both arc well known in How Island, Inspect) r Morgan is presiding at jjjss Baker being, head milliner in the-departmental examinations in the Millinery store last year. .Central school andLean be reached at telephone "M52. Mrs. H. H. Lemon, of Pincher Creen is i guest Tulh Mrs. M. P. Johnbton, ho entertained a tew of her guest's intimate fuentiv at the tea hour j esterdav Mis Elmei Amswort'i informally but entertained the mem- bers of the cilj teaching at the lea hour prior to their dppartitte to spend their at points. Miss McNab as- n-Hed the hostess JOS'fr Airs' L SI Johnstone was hostess of a delightful tea'hour function yes- terday. Mrs. -C. B. Bowman poured tea, while Mrs. Reeve cut the ices. Mrs. G. R. Tinning, Mrs. W. R. Lancashire collieries. The plibhed horsewoman, and has won championships both in saddle and harness classes at leading shows in Western Canada. The honeymoon will be spent in France... Word was received in Bow Island oi the marriage of.Jliss M. Baker, for- merly of Bow Island, to Mr. L. Hurl- hut of the Willmot. Hardware com- pany, which took, place at the .home of Dr. Guest, of Jamestown, N. IX They will take, up their residence in Bow Island shortly. A particularly pretty house wed- ding was solemnized on Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Lucreta Klein, Olds, when Miss Amy L. Klein became the wife'of Mr. F. S. Grisdalc, B.S.A., instructor of field husbandry in Olds school of agricul- ture, and formerly 01 the Dominion Experimental Farm, Lethbridge. The ceremony was performed by Rev. A. B: Argue in the presence of about 30 guests. ,The.bride, who entered the drawing room to the strains of Mendelssohn's wedding march, played by Mr. Hen- derson, wore a lovely gown of pink crepe with Irish lace and rose trim- ming. After the ceremony a dainty luncheon was served. Life PublifWnE Co.] "HERE WHAT'S ALL THIS FIGHTIMG "WKI.I.. I BAYS THE GIANTS HAS A BHTTEA TEAM THAN THE ATHLETICS, N' HE SAYS i CAN'T PROVE IT. AN" I'M PROVIN' IT." Most ol' us lliink we don't like fo liave our children too militant, but when Jack puls it over Billy or Tom next door, Father usually swells up wiih .pride, and pretending to feel very Jack over in a corner and kisses him! Husky bodies and stout nerves often than we the food eaten. niMlc of whole wheat and barley, provides all the nutri- ment of these rich grains, including all their invaluable mineral phosphates. Grape-Nuts is a capital food for growing youngsters just as good for grown-ups, as well. Comes ready lo eat direct from the and appetizing. "There's a Reason" for Grape-Nuts Grocers everywhere. Canadian Postum Cereal Co., Ltd., JVindsor, Out. Read Every Item mTo- nicihi's After Supper Will PayYou To-night is Last of Our Factory Outlet Sale of Ladies' Oxfords less than 1-2 Price Ladies' high grade Oxford Shoes, of fine Uunmelal and Box Calf. S-1.5D values for ?1.49. Away less than half price 4Q Ml sizea up to 8 in the lot. Don't miss Men's Underwear Cool and comfortable Un- derwear for men these hot summer days, fine Balbrlg- gan, tvo piece style, All sizes. Regular Per Suit Men's Hall' Hose Do you need- any Half Hose? T3ien here's your op- portunity. Tan. saxe and embroidery cotton and lisle half hose on. sale. _A1L' sizes. Keg. 2o'j pair 5.pairs Satin Striped Voiles 60c tor 20c Shadow Striped Ecru Cur- tiih Voiles, 'pretty stencil borders', of green and tan, suitable for -living rooms, dens and bedrooms, full inches wide. Reg. GOc. Per yard Jardinieres Clearing at 65c Jardinieres, in green and purplo shades, trellis and floral designs, good size. Regular up to J1.25 for .....i. 65c Grocery -News McVITTIE AND PRICE'S Mixed BISCUITS oil sale tonight, pound, DELICIOUS ASSORTMENT MIXED CHOCO- LATES, pound :fcww HUDSON'S BAY SPECIAL. 50-e 'French Briar Pipes clearing at... Dry Goods Specials 6 packets Envelopes. 1 pad Note Papier 15 Hair Nets with. elastic. .-Z5i Fancy Dresden' Hair JUbbon wldo Tooth Brushes 2 for 15g Ladies' Waists Stunning new styles' TiSr dies' "Wadsts. 'Fine Voile, Mull ao-d :Lawn, ''high" or low. neck, long or short sleeves, some with yoke of baby Irish. lace, -all pretty .ijiodela. Re- gular and Princess Slips Just 36 of these Princess Slijis, fine .English Cambric trimmed with pretty 3ace embroidery, latest styles and regular lines................ 9OC Hudson's Bay Co. The dining room and parlor beautifully decorated with carnations and smilax. Mr. and Mrs. Grisdale lett on the evening: train for Winnipeg .where lliev will spend their honeymoon. The> will reside in Olds. lUr. and Mrs. John L. Helman: of Winnipeg announco the engagement of their daughter Amelia Pearl (Mil- lie) to Mr. Jacob Belle Barron, BA, ot Calgary, .eldest sou of Mr. .and Mrs. Joseph Barron, formerly of Winnipee, the marriage to take place in Winnipeg on July S. Mr. W. R. VJrtue and eldest son, Clarence, lett yesterday on a business trip to Vancouver. Mrs. F. W. Downer has consented to act as vice-president of the Flowei; Guild, succeeding Mrs. A. A. Smith, who has loft the city, The tennis tea, which was annoumc- ed for today, will not 'he held, as'it has ibeen decided to omit tho tea for this week. The Aquatic Club dance, which; was to have been held on Friday night last, will be held next Tuesday even- ing. Guests are kindly asked to no- lico the new date, for which the pre- vious invitations are good. Mrs. R- J. Gordon, Victoria Man- sions, who leaves Tuesday to join her husband in Edmonton, went to tho Gait hospital with the Flower Guild i yesterday for tho last time in Lelh- bridge. Mrs. Gordon has been a most faithful and zealous worker in the Guild since its organization, and in her departure for the north the Guild suffers a distinct loss. Airs. Gordon's ability in hospital work'will probably open up new spheres of activity for her in her new home. .Leave1 in cars at 10.15. Parents'bring, their :own. lunch bas- kets. Brother ancl'Sister Bartlett have grounds for retrealltaemi and :Bame3 Lunch 1230ium Tea 500 pm Races fw children 6 00 p m. 'All 'parents nni friends are invited to'Borne andepend an enjoyable the young peo- Capt. Mrs. Tutte, Mrs. Slarks, Y. P.3.'Oia.jor, H. Dawson, treasurer. TEN THOUSAND OUT 'OF WORK Montreal, "Tune claimed, that ten thousand able-bodied inenfare out of jobs' here Clubs and Societies All Chinamen of the city are invit- ed to hear Mr. C. A. Colman's address in .their own .dialect, at Knox church on Sunday at four o'clock. Westminster will ren- 'dcr the anthem "Daughter ol Sioh" "at the evening service-fohiorrow and quartette, "God Spirit" will be rendered by and Mrs. Annette, Miss Hall antUMr; 'Adams. A special general .meeting of the .Lethbridge Lawn; Tamils club is be- ing called for Thursday evening, July 2, at 9 o'clock.'-Jills' important that every member be ijrosent. Tho Flower .Guild, wishes to tlia'nk the superintendent' "ot the OaU Gard- ens for for Uie hospital work' Tlio school annual picnic; will and adults' moot at' the Citadel at ten ;