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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAT, JUNE 30, 1914 LBT.HBBIDGE BAIL? BERATED PAQK SEVEN Rvlands' Store Will Be Open To-night Until 10 A special three hour sale to-night from 7 until 10 o'clock Sample Lisle Hose up lo GOc. Tonight. Ladies' Gauze Drawers, Tonight. Combinations, on sale to Oxfords and Pumps, 3 Long Lisle Gloves, white or black...... 30c and White Waists tonight...........------ Colored Satin Underskirts, tonight. Princess Slips, regular for. Sample. Vests, 25c to 50c. Tonight. 18c Men's Shirts, ou sale tonight............... 95C Men's New Straw Hats, tonight......... SHOP AT RYLANDS TONIGHT AND SAVE THE DIF- FERENCE TO SPEND ON THE HOLIDAY. MILADl r Phones Office 1224 THE FALLEN'SISTER O little fallen sister, Who walks the.strMl And sells'the moment's pleasure For; after years of pain........ Who drifts from home's fair harbor Upon- life's .swollen Aiid barter's her fair body Sells all her virgin pride. How many of your sisters, Although you know it not, 'on save from degradation And from the wanton's lot men will follow women And hunt their quarry down, And offer gold and silver In lieu of love's bright crown. little fallen sister Who walks the sleeping town, 'erchanee in life hereafter You'll wear a martyr's crown. St. Paul's -Luther League will hole Miss M. Hodgltins will visit, in' Hs 'regular monthly meeting on Pincher Creek for the summer noli-. Thursday-- evening. Business and days. i social time will be in order. Mr. Cameron, principal of Gal- RYLANDS CO. The Busy Store For Strength, Flavor, Economy and all-round Excellence, BUY It is used in thousands of homes because it is the best tea sold. YOU try it youngsters adjourned to their homes {at niue-iifleen, all having had a very time. Miss Doris was the I recipient of many .charming presents. Mrs. Arvic Qucber, of Wctaskiwin, is llie first Norwegian member of the 0. W. P.. C.' She has joined this month. At present she conducts a page In her husband's paper. The wo- man's section is written in Swedish >nd the children's in Unglish. A charming wedding, In which a large circle of friends were interested, took place on Saturday afternoon at Res.lna, when Jessie Gwendolyne Louise daughter of Mr. Justice IT. Rowlands, was united in marriage to Mr. William Mahaffy Blain, barrister, of Lumsden. Send this Advertisement with 25 cents to Bluo Ribbon, Limited Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. The best cook book for use in Western Canada. Write name and .addrest plainly. Clubland Societies jraith school, will spend the vacation n Toronto. The .Willard W. C. T. U. meeting which was to have been1 Miss Adcle Pound left 'today spend the summer at her home Aylmer, Ont. i Thursday .afternoon at the home i Mrs. McKean, ha's' been postponed in to I definitely fur- the present. St. Paul's First Lutheran Sunda) and their .friends will picnic a' Miss Evelyn Buchanan will spend' -tho. river bottom tomorrow. All ar the summer at her home in Quebec. asied -to meet at the steam laundrj at one o'clock, the ladies to hrm{ -Mrs. Abhic G. Horspool, 1007 3rd Idnch baskets. Avc., S., entertained the mothers of iier pupils at an open class recital on Saturday afternoon. Each child gave a clevor tion of table and blackboard work, which was followed by a musical program, also by the children. The work done testified very strongly to Mrs. Horspool's splendid ability-as EI teacher of piano, and favorable com- ments were heard on all sides. Later a social hour was enjoyed, dainty refreshments being served. Mr. A. C. Haworth is spending a short time in Calgary. Miss Elizabeth Grant is the guest of Mrs. Frederick Jolmstonc, Elbow Park, Calgary. Mr. W. J. Armstrong has returned from a trip to the coast cities, but Mrs. Armstrong will not return ior some time yet. Mrs. R. S. Smith will be the tea hour hostess at the tennis courts to- morrow gfternoon, when Miss Tripp, Miss Smith anil Miss will be the assistants. Owing-to the holi- day, the courts will no doubt be taxed to capacity all day. Miss Cobbledick, who has been tak- ing a musical-course at Stanstead College, Quebec, is home to spend the summer with her parents, Hev. and Mrs. G. H. Cobhlertick. Stanstead is affiliated with the Toronto Conserva- tory of Music, and Miss Cobbledick, who graduated first in her year, has now the distinction of writing A. T. C. M. after her name. Mr. Joseph Jackson, -who has been on a ,trlp to Minneapolis, Nebraska and Winnipeg, will return tomorrow morning. Mies Ethel Adams of Cranbrook, B. C., arrived last night to spend the summer with her sister, Mrs. R. H. Birth. Miss Genevieve Hanrahan aud Miss Katharine Dunne expect to leave on Monday to spend two months in Van- couver, Victoria and Seattle. Miss E. Sharman, who leaves the Central school teaching staff to ac-1 cept a position at the Camrose Nor- mal, was todp.y presented by the mem- bers of the staff with a gold. lockot and chain. Miss Sharman, though taken completely by surprise, suitably acknowledged the gift. i Ottawa Citizens; Mr. David War- nock, M.P-; Mrs. Warnock and their two children, who havo been in Otta- wa, since last September, will leave at the end of the week for Hampton Beach, P.E.I. Mr. Warnock will re- main but a week, returning to Ottawa, en route to tois home in Pincher Creek, Alta. A very enjoyable little birthday- party was held at the residence of Mrs. S. W. Tuckwcll yesterday af-tor- j noon, when her daughter, Doris Mary, celebrated her thirteenth an- Iniversary.. Among the little guests iwcrc Winnie and Eddie Sellcna, Vio- Highfleld, Jean Massori, Ethel jHaines, Doris and Leslie Corriick, Haloid Bennett, Sidney Tuckwcll and Doris TuekweU. The at tho prettily arranged tea table adorned pink and white carnations and sweet peas, was well looked after and ample justice was done lo the dainty viands. After tea, games ot alt kinds were JrtoJfdl in, and the Before-The-Holiday jpecials Qn: Sale to-night 7.30 to 10 To-morrow being a holiday this store will remain closed all day. The following items will be on display for your acceptance to-night Worthy savings in every department. Corrie early Just 15 of these to Ladies' Dresses Cleaving Tonight This is the final clearance, ot these delightful Embroidery Dress- es that havo created so much fa- vorable comment. Materials are fine allover embroideries, vciles and nets, all pretty, new styles. Values from 512.50 to fK 519.00. Tonight Special Value in Ladies' Collars Charming new effects in Ladies' Collars, M'edi'c'a style, pretty white embroidered styles with muslin riiffle, soittd with a slight touch of pale blue and pink, others 9EA la plain white, fcww Oriental (59c; only 12 left Oriental' designs in small Rugs, size 27x5-1, 'pretty green, tan, blue colorings, Voule fringed, some plain worth ?1.25. Biggest val- ue of the -season, while CO ft they last tonight Grocery .Treats for the Holiday ORANGES Juicy, largo sized, 50 dozen to cell tonight size, dozen De- licious assorted per pound Cww QUEEN OLIVES 2 bottles 325 ft for.......... CSU MIXED McVittio and Qfn Price's, pound. 6 I GREENGAGE PLUMS OCn 2 tins for CUT CARNATIONS Price per dozen ___. fcWW Glassware Special 7e Colonial style Glass Salt and Pepper Shak- ers, metal top.- Just 5 dozen In tonight's.Sale: Worth. 15c. While they last tonight 7-, Sale of Ladies' Shoes Aftermath of our Shoe A splendid assortment of theao Ladies' pairs all sizes up to two styles, vicl kid 'uutiou style with patent Up; also gunmetal button -shoes; Not a shoe In this lot worth less than J4 50. While they last 4 QQ Tonight Men's Pyjama Suits In Tonight's Sale Jlen's Pyjama cut from fine imported summer weight cloth. In blue and champagne shades, no collars, neat braid trimming to match. Just 12 Suit? in the. lot. Regular ?2.50 Per Suit Ladies' Blouses Values to All One Price s Ladies' Summer Waists cut from fine crepes, voiles, lawns and mulls Styles are Robespierre collars, low or Jiigh neck, long or short sleeves, trimmed with fine lace and em- broidery, values up to 4 AC ?3.00. Tonight .......9 I >w 9 At'the request of ten members o the Lethbridge Lawn Tennis club, special meeting, is called for Tuesday, July 7, at the Y. M. C. A., at 9 p.m., to discuss the "state of present fin- ances and scarcity of balls ca hand, antl other matters economy.' The ladv. teachers of St. Cyprian's Sunday school ore reminded .that the usual teachers' meeting is called for 8.30 this The Wcoicn's Missionary society .of Westminster chuiih an open raesling, to art i Thursday, evening. This is the i postponed -fust Thursday, and the delegate 'will Sgivc their re- port of' the recent branch meeting. JIrs VfiUiain Francis will also give a missionary paper and Mrs. will sing. The la-n'ri social .given at the homo of Mrs. 'i-irie under _: the i auspices oi St. Andrew's Ladies' Aid was very successful. The night was perfect, and games were enjoyed on the prettily decorated grounds. Solos hy Mrs. Moodie, Mrs. Pirie, the Misses Ames, Hazen and Grant, and Mr. Hartley were appreciated, as wcro also tho trios hy the Misses Ames, Hax.cn and Hume. All the refreshments were sold out and the ladies realized a goodly re- turn. The Sunday school ot the First Baptist church holds its annual pic- nic on Wednesday alternoon next Tile picnic grounds chosen are more than usually attractive, being one-half a miic south oi the usua ay Company A DAINTY SUMMER FROCK The dress with Its trills is ot pa silk muslin. The cape Is of bhcck su in, lined with pink. There is whli lace on tho corsage. The black satl toque, has narrow linos of pink an plumes, picnic grounds near the powerhouse on the old "Country.. Club" nnd members oi the Sunday school are lo be taken to the grounds in inveyances to be furnished by Bon- n's livery. .Those who will attend ill meet at the church at 1 o'clock iarp. Races, games, and a baseball match ill furnish amusement for the ma- r portion of the scholars, and rings are, being arranged ior those it engaging in the sports. Mrs. R. J. Gordon, who for the ast three years has been vtce-presi- ent of llie Lethbridge Flower Guild, surprised by the officers and ambers of the Ouild last evening at sions. Mrs. Gordon left today Edmonton, and last evening the.pre- sident, Mrs. C. F. P. on behalf of the society, presented her with a hand-painted gold cup and saucer. airs. Conybeare expressed the deep regret felt by those connected with I he Guild at losing such an energetic nd faithful worker. Sirs. Gordon initahly acknowledged the gift, which will frequently remind her .if the pleasant hours spent in working with the Flower Guild at the Halt liify-i- tal here. FIRE IN OLD LONDON London, June Snvnral Buninnss houses 'were destroyed by fire today, with a property loss of while fifteen families are homeless. SUFFS.' INFORMAL CA1_L ON PREMIER A3QUITH London, June women gain- cd admittance to the resldsncs mier Asquith through a ruse, and manded an immediate "to secure .justice for women." They were ejected after a At police headquarters a dog -whip was found ia the possession of one of the who said she intended .to lash Prime Minister. SPANISH SOLDIERS KILLED IN FIGHT WITH MOOR8 .Gibraltar. June from. Tansier, Morocco, today, states that twenty-five Spanish soldiers were kill- ed in a fight with Moors yesterday. "The Finest Breakfast EWorld' says a "FORCE" "is a dish of. crisp, nut-like "FORCE" flakes, aided and abetted by luscious strawberries, a little powdered sugar and cream. After that kind of breakfast I 'forget that I have a stomach. Other folk like to slice a banana into a dish of "FORCE'' and cream. Some squeeze the juice of an orange on the "FORCE" and do without the cream. Delicious either way. "FORCE" is probably the most nourishing food you can eat and like. Better than meat. It's the whole wheat, cooked with mtlt, flaked paper-thin, baked and toasted crisp. And you really can forget you have a too, "FORCE" digests so easily. Price 15c. atid -worth it Made byThiH-0 ;