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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MAKCH 3, 1911 THE L E DAILV HEKALU PAGE SEVEN CLARKE CO. THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 Acarfia Block Beautiful New Dress Goods and Silks In the Season's Must Wanted Weaves' and Colors. A most utli-iclivr and nulhoritiitivc showing lint: tomor- row, fruluring wry newest weaves iiiul latest tiiluiinys in plain effects iiiiil 11 it1 pupiilm- bromide goods at price.-; much less than _ Wednesday's Special Dress r Goods Bargains Newell Crepes and Brocades v.orth up to 51.50. This Is of a sale which every woman siioulil aiu-inl v.ho is contemplating the r.'ircliase cf a new dress lei-yth for Spring. Nothing IK newer In weaves or colorings than this Epcclil WtJuci'Jiy Sale iot, and llie jirirc about'half v.liut vou >vould pay Lu thf; '.v.-.y. .Beautiful soil, silky crepes, 42 Inches wide, in colors mustard, ir.a'iog- any, 'plum, new blue, navy. Ian and black, also Jundstme brocades in 42- inch widths, colors Copcnhacsn, mustard, plum and wool or silk and wool. Wonderfully cheap at 75c. NEWEST BROKEN CHECKS For Suits and Separate. Skirts.......lii whispering as death it draws ijuiet Kind ante's, spread pinions grey To shield me till Maim flush li Your senile eye- strain Oi music, baiV'li irar pain 1111! Third CANADIAN ROWERS WILL COMPETE AT OLYMPIAD Men to be Picked by Committee of Experts from Four Big Cities Ottawa, Ont.. March will tenJ a rowing crew lo Berlin in 1310, for the Olimotc gumes, and pre- terit Intentions are lo bring the oars- men lo Ottawa to train on the canal for ose. maiith before sailing time. The committee in chaieo consists I of Major lieron of Toronto, chair- maa; Harve" Pulford of Ottawa, A., W. "McAllister of Hamilton and. Con RHey of Winnipeg. These will jHck the men. lECIM ON Sir Forset is again con- BY Dfl. DYDE AT KNOX CHURCH lined to Us uorue In Montreal win, a j RECITAL REVEALS severe attack of congestion of the NEW TALENT lungs. I________ Save the Difference-Buy it at Rylands j I Tlif excellent lecture given last I night by Itev. Principal Dydc of Kob- -erlson College, IMmonton, in tic au- i'llttortiiin of Knox Presbyterian church "Shakespeare In was The Finest Collection of Dainty Wash Materials We ire recelvmg io.rnany-compllmsnn these days on our shoeing of Spring Wath Mlttrlals. that we are beginning to get. enlkusiiiti: about We kno'w.thic ntw materfal escaped-us If the value wa> there.' .Every diy some new novelty crops out of the calel. Drop In tomorrow. See these new Rosebud Crepes. Alt- pleased lo show you. Sheer White Voiles for Waists, 35c to ?5c Snowflake and Meteor Crepe Voiles. Rosebud Crepes and Voiles, 250 and 35c Fancy and Plain White Ratine, 250 lo 75c Colored Poplins, Ratines, Linens'. Anderson's Nursery Cloths colors Absolutely tlic best, cloth on Ihs marift for House Dresses, and particularly "ndnpled for. Children's Tub Dresses, Hompers, elc. A splendid cloth thai WILL NOT FADE. See Rylands oju tomorrow. Tan, sky, and other, yard... A Complete Stock of Bedding We are ready cow a complete stock of Bedding, all spe-cip.lly priced for who M-lsh (o save from 10 to 20 per cent. Vou eel ati exlra yard "thrown' in" witli each dozen yards of .Vain- soolt. Buy II by Ihe boll. Pillow 28c, 30c, 35c Best English Sheeting, 25c lo 50c Special Line of Sheets, reg. for 95c each Pillow. Cases 35c value for 25c each Linen Tubing 75c; Linen Sheeting yard Domestic and English Longcloths attended by a deeply appreci- alive audience. It proved to be high- J ly instructive" to the large number' of j'lligh school pupils attending, as 'llvde endeavored, to an- alyze-sevr-ral passages "irom the lings ot Ibis genius, pointing out par- 'ticularly llie fact that is-eharacteris- lie throughout his works 61 his lovo and'failb. in llis lellowman. Dr. Tiule j is'a. laaa.oJ rare ability, being forceT .lul and so sincere as !o le. .ly convincing, j- As a preliminary lo..She lecture, Die. prgan recital by Mr- 11. McG. Young, iicwly. appointed musical supervisor Hostesses tomorrow -Mrs. IV. J. Armstro Mrs. George Avc., S. MrE. -Malcolm Yniins. 'J-- Third Are., S. VY. Lindsay. of the Barracks, and i-ol again until fall. 11 Mis. VftA Ford. .113 Seunth Are., I will receive on Thursday for the'time Her. Canon -Msirrell-tt'right went- to Caicary .ycsterilay on a short trip. v Mr. Glenibter went to'Mcdi- lie will he away for some days. Mrs. Rigby..'ivill te hostess of a two-table bridge Thursday aitcr- noori, (or Miss L'hrislie, ol Toronto, y.'ho is staying witEi Mrs. II. .J. Gouuc. of livereit, Washing- ton, Was a week-ted visitor with Mrs. A. H. Dieseth ea route to I'itisburg. M 7 Sir., and Sirs. C. Harry Fox and little son, cf Winnipeg, arrived today to vjsit Tdlh, the former's sister, Mrs. George Slacey. Mr. and Mrs. Klrner Ainsworih fnec returned frora' their vlljcli was spent at ees- at 12 tern' points'.- They iii Siyth and S. leil .the Monday the-schools, was a thoroughly en- joyatilc parl'vl ihe program to all jiressnt., proving genuinely interesting in disclosing.such talent to lit added to the loc-al list of musicians. His rendering of Hallin's lolerpiezzo .and St. Clair's Meditation in U. Flat, be- ihg exceptionally good. His teclmicis fluent and his' interpretation' scholar- ly. The church quartette, always wel- come lo a Lethhridge "audience, con- sisting oi Mrs. I.ayton, Miss Simm, Mr. Ficraing and Mr. McOougan, sang the. Spring Song in filic voice, .anil Mrs. I.ayton rendered in her usilal clever way, a solo, is The attendance Ihe largest al- irr.ding a lecture tor sorce time. e, Ont., on receipl of a message stating thai ll.e latler's inoliier was.-dangeroivsly ill.- MEN'S SPRING SUITS MADE TO ORDER Thinking about .ymir Spriutr Suit'. You're to do if yon intend to have it made to order. For the Fabrics arc you gd tlif linindfst seluct-ion If you conicinjilnti1 innking the pur- clinsc of your Suii now. a visit to this store at your convoniem'c will be la your advantage. Although the .season is early, we are alrcadv busy with orders for Master. Order early. 1 Makes only about a forinigbi to deliver suit from day tiiat the order is taken. Our tailoring is in o.vcry pan a work of arl. Every detail innsl. conform to the highest standard of efiii-iency with a strict regard for lasting satisfaction in wear- ing qualities and permanency of shape. Each garment- is hand finished and has every characteristic of distinction. And the choice 'of fabrics and colorings is superbly varied. The ever popular, navy serge and grey suitings, fancy tweeds and worsteds, black serges and cheviots and a host of others. Two or three piece suits. Prices to Now for that New Spring Overcoat Smart, and new fabrics for spring aud'fall weight overcoats in plain grey and brown and fancy tweeds, and worsteds. Fit and quality guaranteed. to Mrs. has iccrivcd and 3Us. L. M. from' Rome, are havitig a lighifj) iirne 'and uere wotorins the next dav to Florence. MalhfSLS club are presrntir.g a real photograph "of the Colosseum in Home lo the Y.M.C.A. The picture, is very beautiful, is finished in sepia and liar.d Comely framed. It is at present on exhibition, at Ncidig's pio- ture gallery. Clubs and Societies members oi the Young Ladies' Bible class of Si. AndteVs churcli, are lo meet at seven o'clock tonight for rehearsal. A ance is requested. attend- LONOCLOTHS ON more pieces of HIDEO flnc yanj widn" suitable for underwear, etc., will go on sale tomorrow. Regular liic. on sale ENGLISH LONGCLOTHS ami finest quality iMatlapolani cloUiB ttie DneFt thins in the yay. of Koft cotton for every purpose ImaglnaWo, lit and 20c yard val- ue, on sale TIic annual business meclbg of tho FiTtli. Avenue -Hapttsl church congre- held on Wednesday ev- large is 1 NET PROFITS AFTER PAVING ALL EXPENSES OVER HALF A MILLION Most satisfactory in respect meeting was oi a devotional charac- ter, and difficulties with the prayer 'were'talked over in an informal dis- cussion.'The various Questions, which were raibed, proved helpful lo all present. s The Music and Dramatic Art- sec- lion oi the Mathesis ciub promptly at o'clock tomorrow with jlri- J. Einersoa Hodgson, 333 Seventh Ave., S. The Dranatie Art department will meet from Ihren .lo four and the music section from four to five. The annual general -meeting oi the Letlibridge-Lavn Tennis Club will be held at 318 Sherlock block on Thurs- day, March JSth, at 8 p. m. sharp. All mantels are asked lo attend this ivliirla will be portanV All ititcre.stcd'Jn iemperancr: work are.cordially invited to the Central U. T. U. social, to be held at the home of Mrs. (Dr.) McCluro this ev- ening. .s Tiic regular monthly meeting oi the Luther Lejgue oi St. VauVs First Lutheran church.will he helti on ncsJay evcniric, a full attend- 9 yards for 91.OO 7 yards for Buy Nainsook t by the nnsst" cloth made for Infanl's tlrmes, for general underwear purposes, by tho boll of 12 yitdE at cii J2.SO 10 LINENS for embroidery work nnd for dresses, nnd also two special values -in Handkerchief l.lnen at 50 and SSc yard. wW? ror yard fnK Nemo and Warners "Rust-Proof" Corsets Rylands Co. The Busy Store The Young Ladies' Hible class ol St. Ar.rlrew's church will-hold a con- cert and box social in' Burgmann's Westminster iehurch wilt not meet this urek, as a very im- was the annual repotl of the Stand-j js desired. ard Hank pf..Canada, was pre- sented to tfco. 'shareliolders at tho tuirty-ninllt' annual meeting ycster- Increases in all tlepartments are Rioted from'the', financial., statement, i nail on Friday, March 8 which exhibits a sutislanlini. growth I The l.i.lles arc kindly asked in all branches.and indicates-that all to bring its funds, have-been fully employed during the-past year at remunerative Hoys' club rales. (church wilt not mi......_ ___ After making .pwision for bad and nnnounceil yesterday. The-meeting doubtlul rlebls, lebate of iiilerest on jbas lieen called.oft for Ihis uninatured. hills, under iliscouiil ex- change, cost etc., tlm Oat nf Ihn most lielplil and inVr- nel profilK aijiounlfcl to csfins meetings ever lietd In' which is'St.lC p'cr ceni. on lion wilh HI. Cyprian's A. Y. P. A. the average, paid-up capital for flio was the'one 6a Monday evening. The year. During _thc ycv.r'four quarlejly dividends 'were'paid at the rate of 13 per cent., ain'oiin'tirjg lo there Vag contribulcd to tlir ctTicers' pension-fund IranVfefrcd1 Co rcscrvn (und from- proflis, OfiO, transferred to reserve fund from premium on'-new slock, written on Dank pieinises, ar.'l.a balance of profit and loss ac- count carried fonvard was S52.317. III was decided .to increase the annual tunlribulion lo the officers' pension lund, and a bylaw lo this cHect will Ibc approved later on. During the ycar-eislit nciv Irs were opened, andonejition Is made th.it1 the sta'fi liave discharged Uieir rtiiticj! Initlilully ami was a'ppointfil lor tho offico of COWAN' PERFECTION COCOA plire .SVrf Hvttytfliere 1L is interesting to note the num- ber of school pupils, who attended fir. Dydc's lecture on "Shakespeare and King Lear.11 in church on Momiay evening. .The High school and Grade VIII pupils were given compli- mentary tickets, 16 from tlie I 15 from Central, 7 Irom Fleet- wood and 1 Iron Westminster present. Tho first regular meeting oi West- minster Epworlh League was held on Monday night with a goodly number present, and the evening was profil-i nnly spenl in r-linic woifc. The Lea-; giie's missionary policy will be out-' lined at ncsl .Monday nighl's meet-; ing. II wn decided to observe Sun-! day, March Sintf, as lipwortli I.ea-j giw I'm (her particulars be given lalfr. f V Miss M. Cameron, Travellers' sends the following report of Travellers' Aid work for February 143 trains vrete mcl, 31 people as- slsltd, 10 of wlion were- travelling alone, and positions were lound for five worntr... A young gitl of about eighteen ar- tiveil with a companiA'. A casual chance rteci'leit the Travellers1 Aid 10 speak to the girl, al once the man disappeared. 11 was learned Irom the girl, ttijl he had to Vcrsuade her to to a' hotel, rcprebenting.himself as the pro- prietor ol one ol our best hotels. Another young girl, who had sev- eral hours of a wait at the. station, WAS asked by a man lo go lo a show wilh him'but, having been previously warncil ol Ihe danger, she- refused and fried to rid hetsell ol his allcntions and was very mvch relieved, Ihe Travellers' Aid spoke lo her, as ker, companion withdrew at once. What a Lady In Ontario say a.-. When Ihe ternperalurt bc- Iaw zero, of when asno'A'bliriard comes along, I bring outnyOXO. and with Ihe aid of a few soda i biscuits for sandwiches, and my stove (o boil tKe I rr.alie a meal 6t for any. weather" olio For the Bride No gift 11 more acceptabl rt.aabeiuiifuljduubletiher warc. Remember thit the original It I Silver ftete that Wtiri" Made in ththcaviettgr of plaiej and ucki fint in quality. Ribbon COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Blue RlWon, tlio name signifies all that la bert Always ask for nine Ribbon Coffee, Baking Powder, Tea, Spices, Jelly Powders Kitracls. They will give perfect satisfaction. ;