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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1911 THE LETHBIUDGE D A I L I HKKALD PAGE NINE After Seven Three Hour On Sale Tonight at Rylands Our first After Seven Sale of the season, Note the big price reduc- tions. Follow the crowds tonight to the Busy Store. MILADI EMM INO" Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 200 yawls of Striped Saxony Flan- nelette, regular-10 and 7k. Blue ntght falls About ioe like a mute caresi Of And the Vlr.d calls In iuddtn minitrelay Krora every tree. I want no more than this The wind's kiss And the nightfall over ncc. Whf-n silence sea-Is Its geutle lore. And youth Is 1 want no more Than when life eiiJj The quiet stars sho'jlJ On my cterual Bleep. And (hero should be The Tvitid'fl lilsa and the nightfall ncil. A good over me, prepared Shot-maker WagcUtt (erved. Clubs and Societies The G. F. C. meet on MomUjr iflemoou with Mrs. O, N. McLean, o24 street Souih. The Guild of St Mary's clmreh will [meet for sewing at three o'clock on Monday afternoon. A fuh attead- awe la requested, t j St. Andrew's churcU choir acd Ui; 1 musical committee of the Christian Endeavor will holU i bean eoclal In. -church on Thursday cvenlup mrce has tie-3n I and refrwhiuenU will bt J P6ttci''s JEnglish Print, light and dark colgrs, icgnliir Joe yd, for... 9c. Dome Fasteners, Boxed Hair Pins, 2 Hooks, Eyes, Pearl ButtpnSj 0 to 10 f t Men's English Cashmere Socks, in f QO the Men's Department, 5 pairs for. Tookes ShUis, neat stripe pattern, i lonnge collar, reg. (see wln-JC T dow) for 60 Men's Overalls, black, bine or bine arid white stripe, regular fl.25.... 95c Men's Kxce.ldK Kerchiefs, regular 2 for 25c. Tonight- 4 for........... 25c 2 bolts ol Muslin, cream ground, fancy border, 35c yd for.. 15e lOc to 2Sc'a yard German Torchon Laces, all lines, tonight .ol Bius tilled Corsets, sixes to up to Not receiving on Monday: Mrs. E. B. Sloane. V t Mrs. IX Shouldlce of I.ethbrtdgG is rlclllng in the Her- ald. J. 'A. Jac'rfEon, Mho underwent a allslit recently, IB. pro- groipfne finely though" stiil confined q bed. :Mr. ana Mrs. W. S. Harvey expect q leave on Monday" for where they expect to mate their fut- ure home. -Mr. E. G. llHzall, of IR spending a few days In Ihe cUy, the guest ot Mr. and Sire. A. Q. Oliver. v The companions ot the" Forest entertain at a drive In St. Mfcry'a parish on Friday even- 13. Dr. G. B. Archer, M.B., of Kaagra, India, -will preach la St. Augusiin's church tomorrow morning, and In St. In the evening. The VVesley i.adleE' Aid are Cork- ing strenuously to make their hot dlnutraad couterc ou. Mosclij ntgbt, In ' tf-t churvh t grand euccets. They are [-re- paring for five hundred people, and 6very'tblog points to a splendid aufr per. and a good programme it assur- ed. 9 A thimble tea was held at the '-homa'of Mrs.'Kobnt 1247 AveV'A., R-, oa Thursday af- in connection with St. An- Ladies' Aid. Twelve ladies "verc "aud a pleasant time tiros' WILE spent in seeing and social intercourse, alter freshments i which diiinty re- "25 -pkirs of D. A. Corsets' s'olil tonight only.... New Suits': anil Goats !.new ,V. Rylands Co. THE BUSY STORE Mrs. S. Galhrailh, who under- went an operation al the Gait Hos- plul a "week ago today, is proffreVB- ing very lavorably. f- Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. N.-Parker, 573 ftTris street, announce Iha epiage- ent ot their daughter, Mr. M. Morrison, son of Judge-MorrS on of PIctoUj GJphe. Mr. -Morrisoa was formerly 'rnfina- er of the hank at Diamond Ity. and wns later" connected with he locfcl branch. >to is at present in ic Montreal trench. V There la absolutely no truth in the eported ciigagerccnt, tlday'fi column, of Mtss Mary Scott o Mr. FYanV Perry. This" corrcc- lon is made in justice to the parties oncerned, and we" regret that the tern, which we received from f ource .considered reliable, buj. avld- not so, -was allowed to TTie entertainment and box social put .on. Friday nijiht in Burgmann's lender .the auspices of St. An- S Younj; Ladies' Bible c'lass was a" dlEtlrict SUCCCBE. The first part of Ih's erening is-aa tafeeo up with a pro- gramma of song and recitation, when besides the members of the class who the following also contribut- ed. pi 'selections: L Mr. W. Hartley, JIlES Mtis' SJrnm, MUs HaytF, ett, i" .Miss Hume Mr. GlanyHle, Mli CITY AND DISTRICT Formfcr' City (Employee Mr.-tJ of tho cily storn r'.cpartnipnt, hag acceotcrj the of bookkeeper- the North Lelh- brliltelCo-Operatf've society. Meet Order of Mooso will' rosular meeting at 8 t-lock in the K. of P. hall .on Mondiy, MRrch (li Initiation and election of oflcera'for iho next term, Al] bro- thers end There to be prweat, be be a Atttntlon meeting of rmMnbcrehiii cpmruiltae of the poard of Trade on Monday morning at Jl o'cloclr. This committee has succeed- ed In, obtaining over two hundred now interesting rc- riortVwjlJ llkoly be made. College ro-opens-afler er vacation on MOD., April. 20. A few now sludenta can re- ceived for studies. .Spring or ComTnincemant' la especially ROBT. I'TWARNJtN, i O.t tha Annual dance of the Ian Order of roresttri, to be on Hie 12lh. 'phoning 7S6. You ope Memtirs .wishing to Invite their friends can get fnvlta tiona from C. li. Matto'n or A. Nedig it tho store. WE INVITE-ALL THE BOYS AND GIRLS CITY TO -Arizona" at Bijou Theatre Next Monday and Tuesday Afternoons r >.T OUB EXPENSE To jive "Our ibo'CMMrsn, a vt iruitertd tlio DHou Theatre for Monday and .Tuesday Afternooim we Invlto all Bthool Chlldr-s In tho city to be Our OueMs at the ner- fbrmKnce of -''Arizona" (a clean, wholesome, picture plaj- of putdcor lUo on tho on Iheee daye. i CAtu ATLOUR FOU A FREE TICKET TON'I'ART IF YOU HAVE NOT SECURED ONE YET Red Gross Drug Book Co.y Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Gibson -enter- ained ark ptogreseive at Ihelr home on Fourth evening. Four tables la ho favors being captured Vy 0. J. Courtlce and Mr. and the consolations ROlrig. to'. lennlngUm and MrJ Davidson. Queen Wllhclmina has anwiunccd .hat ste will send H.R.H. Prfnc'oas Tultana, hclr-prcsumptlvo to Ihe :rown of the Netherlands, to-a public where she will Bcrjulfe her .hrec "RV.'wlth children of tho coni- mou people. Thla Is'.no bM'fpr ppp- ulwlty, but a" search for tbe, btsl' poaslb Holland, who will bo five yearg ql April. 1- t Cbrlst Church; Macleod, was of a very pretty, bul (julet lit- tle wedding, .on :Wednesday, M138 Wlnntfrftd LIUIaa Patteraon, second daughter of'Mr. It obert Pat- terson. M.P.I1., 'tfri'r united In" roar- riago to Froderic Slaurice Wateon Harvey, fifth son o! the late Rov, Alfred ITarvey and Mrs. Harvey, of A hiit trimming contest Tor the gea- WRS-prwiuctlve of much mirth ud the-flrat. prize went to Mr. W. Hartley and the uecontl to 5fr. bavltj hortlioufft. PrJies v-'ere aho award- ed to Mlfs Korr and Mlsa J M-Kerr for decorated tiox- Tbp boxes' "were then auctioned jff-by Mr. Roberti-Tohnston, and after Lted'. bidding "they were all. sold, j of thfe time was spent In lotrjaj: jnlercoiirae" and gamcj. tnc'aff.ilr was.a credit Q... clasp, whose memberj to ije congratulated on itg socially and iinaacially. t The Witlard W. C." T. U. met in the Filth Arcnw Haptist church Tjiursdaj- flifht .with a very fatr at- tendance. Ttc Mrs, Mc- in', occupied the chair and a fine program was rendered including soTds bj: Mr.'-Owen and Mr. Walter Harf- -ra leading by Mr, H. Klton, and'a mandriUh nnri a banjo Solo hyJ Mrs. Ilumphtifs of North Lclh- bridge. T'he feature or the c rait rig vras the splendid address nj" Hev." II. Elmer Grecn'on "The Cigarette Question." Mr.' GrcMi's remarks outlined the ISTits; of t-fce habit and urged a d RELIEF ALL BOWEL ILLS Ti" youf bowels arc out of order, instead ol using f omB h. salt or other physic, a Rex all Ordcrlle tonight, and tompr- j row yon irill great. Tney good and that there i.'n't a partidc toe AFTER SUPPER SALE THREE HOURS 7 TO 10 TONIGHT 'Just it few lines on Sjiotiul'Siilc fimigiit, Inn ihoy arc siu-h a nicies thul ovcryliodv mWs and the quoted for tonight's spllino- are so far below our regular good valiu; prices, iIuu most lines arc sure to be, cleaned''up i-arly-in the cv Glass Fruit Bowls for 16c Twenty-five of theae Glass Bowls to goon siju tcmlKhC nenl design In-prptswl jlies, 8 Ineli size. Wblle 16c Tliese Tea' Pots "'on: Sale 19c Special line ot Tea Pole out tonight, plain brownk green RncSde- elgned poU: hold from 4. fo" o ciipsr nebular ralucfi Lip. tp AJCTT- 1 Q A i VV Dainty New Flotindngs Another sale of Embroi- dery 'FlouncIngB at only a fraction -'their real worth. Here ten dif- ferent .designs .In Sheer SwiBB Flouncing; beauitful patterns. from these 200 values to- night Per yard .v.....; Iww Saturday Night Treats DELICIOUS CHOCOLATES, It COG JUICY ORANGES; rej- uljr 2 'titth fcr EXTRA. GOOD 5: Corsets 79c Fiftr pairs of these to go on sale spring tnown U. A. make. Cut from Btrong- Jean acd batiste, dainty lace top with draw Firing, ii .clasps, and hook, 4 tupi-orta, perfect To night Per pair Girls'.and Boys' .Calf Bluchers (looO siroug boots (or girls' boys' school smart styles In'Hoi Calf UlucheM; iizes 11 to Shoe Polish Specials Here LIQUID POLISH Iliad- and kill LlQulcl Policies, regular 25c val- ues: tonight a tor 25c 79c TAN PASTE POLISH 'IVo well known "Cobra" and "Just tan only; tfro of the best lines tOc lln- czns for Men's Lawn Handkerchiefs on Sale Tonight JOO of those Men's Jrish Hemstitched Handker- chiefs on sale In Men's Wear. Section, Snowy n-bite bandkercblefs in eizo, laundered reidy for iiie. Resular each. Tonight 4 for .ev.eiy bos of. Chocolatel. isk for: Ithf prcrnpuy p4tbnt it unlikely lo occur aii] i '.Weion'tbeficirelV.ertisanyolhertxiite ntdy wiywl'.croncarasgcKxIi and At the tirf.6 so (My and to as KeuU OrdcrliB. WTOTT you agrci TnUi us belicvt you will Ihanlc us foi theirt. If don't jut jsly you jn every Triy, come bad; and tel U5 ir.K jtf. give back your money with fj-jta'iordorquMdort. hive no reason nc give you ity. M we hereby do, to Iry them at Lceaon Pnrk. Dublin. Ireland, 'the ceremony performed br ilof. Dathurst Hall. Tho bride, ivho gtven awaj- by her fatber, n-a3..rjec-pmtoKly gownod a nary blue siilt. n-hite and navy Wuo blouse, and white hal, K-iiii wlilto oelrich rlnmosi and carried a-beautl- ful .bouquet of n-hlto and asparagus fern'. Miss Paltcrion, who atsltlod lirldcamafd with Mr. Culb- bert best man wore pongeo silk, trimmed wiih collar Inserllon of real lace, with burnt or- ange tatln clrdle and black chip lilt rotes. She osiM a bouquet of pink tarnations and ferns. The brldo's mother wore a peait srtf cOBlumi-, with black cnrJed aim and black hat with touches ot purple.' The imposing array of preientf testified lo tlie ro.uularlly of tl.o fount; couple, tho s room's gilt I0 (bo bride being a gold bar brooch sot nlth pcarln and lo tlie man ft sold scarf nsi. Inveslpooket tinbones: You can buy Raall OrdcrliM oolv at Th SiortJ. and :n town onb' of J. D. Ilislntothnm fc Co., Limited. LETHBRIOGE MUNICIPAL RAILWAY EMPLOYEES Division No. S29 DANCE Will he held in the S.O.B. Hall Tues. Mar, 10 Fire Piece Imperial Orchestra rtefreshments, .-.Dancinff to 2 Tlcketi Free FREE CAR HOME cd- stani against-' the- use of the A vote ol tl'ianks .to the workers was uiovcil by ".'Kiev. J. n. Kraccis ncd unanimously Ijadffd' Aiii held its regular monthly meeting .Thursday altcrtoon when arrangements were completet fcr a social Wed nesday first, .Mrs.. Staolev Kirkhim and Mrs. as a flower In charge of churer dccoiations as required. The sum was icrcivcd a the Maicb collection on Systcraati Giving. The hostesses'for the. r.eit rnsetin will to Mrs. H. A. McKillop, Mrs William Maxwell and. Mre. Thoma N'iven, while. Mrs. J. E. Terrill an Mrs. Jfplcoli.i Youn? will form a ccption conimitlee. Hepoit o! the Nursing .Mission fo Kebru.irr, 19H No. of r.ew paiienlf................. Old patients _............................... Metro i'rofnsjciaal. calls (day) Professional csJIs (night) 13 Pedal enlh 107 School calls 20 Ofiicc. <6 Total calls Hours spent at school............... 25J Patients paying full fee 1.1 I'ldfr.ts paying pail fee 13 allfnts payltig nothing Work .has bfcn found for 8 women and one-man. Medicine has been pro- vided for three also milV, marmalade raid.other sick-room sup- plies groceries anif. provisions to famillrs bread, llckels lo one family new. b'oois for rae bov mb- bers and (or another child, ar.d old clotlilng aVd booty have befri disttlbuttd fo seven Wesley Church Opening Hot Supper and Concert Supper 6 to S. MONOM, MARCH 3th Concert and Addresses in Church Auditorium Greetings bf Maror and a Minister of Kach Dcnoniinatfoa Jtiisic Choir. Eiceleior Male Chorus anii other Leading Talent for Supper and 50c; CHILDREN 25c. crn: AND Minfuter "May Visit South.' N, Merrian of Lucky Strike was In the city snd. reports" that Ilia settlers In Ills, district .arc plan- ning to have R celebration to commemorate Ihe opening of the new r' Jf r, Hon. Cbarleg Stewart .and HOD. .Dun: and Mrs. Ktngshury. It Is hoped trilii can Marshall wili be to Bil- drefis tho electorate. Horton Jfer- flan. son of brought In Cialt'Hospital for an operaUoa', TrJUch-has. proved Clean Quicktf "Old Dutch" quickly and stdimer.t from btlh Stunitria on witVi half the effort in