Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
WEDNESDAY, MAHCII THE. IIAVT.V PAfiRNINB. ILADI PHONE i'224 Tljo 5MH6 ol Iho nlp.y was laid In J tlio old-fashloneil, ulinost 'and un- parlor, otjce the Mrs. W. 'II.'Mirn and lier sister, Mies Bhaw, havo returned from a visit to the coael cities, -Mr. Krcil Coj irllli lilsinlecc, Mies Uorlu 'Davla oT Colcnmn, Is spending a days wllh his sister, 31rs. K. J. Williams. Tho pnnual G, 0, P. danco will be- hold .tomorrow night In Ihc of Py'lhlai hall. Invltallons aro to bo presented at the door, Special ulreoL car scri'lco has been arranged, Mrs. It. W, Itoss Las .as Her gu'osl, for a row days, he_r brolherj Mr. Ar- thor Dean, of In llio 78th Kdnionlon llullo. iln. Dominion itlcbekah l-odre will meet iouiorrojv night, at S o'clock In O.O.K lull. conio.. llutjokahs wel Tho nnplhl 1 Aid will hold Incvllalile lot of Iho minister's wile, qualnL of 1119 early nineteenth century, Iho bickerings, Iho illEawioiiilcd, thu oi ItiOie bo rei.Ba 'J'be j-rucncan cms s wiBhu to tli'.ink llic jvoy J agcr of iho tuial Co., ana their roguhr1 meeting In Iho church on Thursday at three o'clock. On Saturday, March 3rdj at Co.nl i Ion a. TiULpbor-of ladlea. representing (he Hampshire-Chapter of Llio ami the JriRlldKo met at ilia home of Mrs. John Holmes on Llic oc- casion of her 'birthday anniversary. Her daughter, Young, rc- colvcd guests''A very vtcasant evening was Encnt .vllh rccUaUona, Ion- ycars and games. A UoJIdoufi'luuelicon nerved by llio ladloa. Tho ladloa prc- ecntocl Mrs. HoMca irilli a bcaulJftjl J, bouquet of carnaLfoniTaM wished her 7hc between the nets were beautifully executed by Mr. W. i1. itojr, iu-a- 'jlitatri', iciul UuihUicr, lol ua- ____ aitd dtoHkia'br tho In lb.o iiruduuion ol itio ridiculous situations and blinders In uia uiliy (jordun umj it. Jiaiuy iw BfforU calculated lo maho llio mints' June management aud ulticinuiu cl- icks bride Tccl'at tionio among her husband's floclt., niado a delightful and laughable LI lay. TJm mjalalcr. and Jils wife, ably rep: resented by Mr. John MvlngRtaiLo -Mfss Agnes Jlcndrlo, never tuuld bavo a mumcul to themselves, for callers tamo and went. .Mr. and Mrs, Crabbo, (Miss Knepp and Mr. mcd- dingoiiio gossip and hcn.jicckod hua- liand, made tliclr dutiful call, LIU.IB Miss Ivy rov- er descended upon the parsonage un- less Mr. Hlgnl (Mr. J. C. Millar) pol- ished exponent ot snatches from Iho uul In a.casual appearance, nk (Miss Porter) after ten long years of finally led her Faimch) unwIlUDgly many more Mrlhdays, Ttiose present WCTCL Mrs. Slacknoole, .Mra. W. II. Mrs. A. Cook, ilrs. E. IJ. Cook, Mrs. F nut, Mrs, F. W. Atkins, Mrs. Dnmilow, Tlio Mra. A. JJ. Cure, Mrs. )t. Ingcr, MJss Ingbr, MTB. Ilobojry, -Mrs. U'akcly, K. Chandler's orchesLra. The acLors themselves were exraHfiiiLly well ing tableau, Ulustrail OK the class Tho rugular monthly niecling Ccnlral W.C.T.U. will te lio'J tnmcr-1 Mrs. J. Turner, Mrs. J. Banner, Mrs. W, Goodlng, Mrs. W. J. tinvaee, Mrs. Jlirby, Mrs. M. Snencer, Mrs. W. fjtoll, MlBS M. Thompson. voking J'rotMean, God, and ilk em- sheaf of wheat, was lifaulfful: llio FuhJucd slnplnf; or "O, Wu arc Lho inaklny 11 tnore Miss HoneysGtt Uirr.c delight- Edmonton, Jlnrdi ob- jection woa lakojj aL Ihe siUjng of llio munlciimi low fujmnluicc ol UIB ItgiS' laluro this mu'riiing to ihe habit ol municipalities coming to the Ict-Lsla turc for the ratification of illugal agicemcnlfl with i-drponilions or In dfvliluiilfi and also fur INU niliflcillon ol aBieenienla luaLoad ol EUbinUiing them Lo the ratepayers. llou J. H. Iloylc declared Ihnt Hie legislature woulu [t, luko a stand eneafilnB and mlrth-provi row arioniooii at al Llio Minister's Ilrtilc In I Mra. Whlddlhgtoiij 13th Eouth, A special' iJHpirod'nnd o-vory'tiiemiuf IK' oak' dj hall last evening, was witnessed by tu LP 1 a Jargo'uudlcncc. i againal the confirmation of tlieso vcry'legal agreements. niuat realize that there were inure eou'ccrn cd than tho persons with whom ivcrc'iitKollallng anil Uioiuselvci. The liGopIe should lie consulted and It I lit.' I3lh striin; plvcu by Lhe yaimg in of Wesley church, CO.. The Corset Shop of the City RYLANDS CO Announcing au Introductory Sale of Canadian and American Corsets Yon will irikkc no mistake when you come to us for your corset. J5osidcs having the largest, and best assorted stock in the city, we bffei; you exclusively such well known lines as Eust Proof, Nemo Reducing Corsets, A. and P. C. Corsets. Over 50 different models in stock prices to suit .any pocket- book. 200 Pairs of Warners and D. A. Corsets at An mlroduciary offer to keep Ihe corset department busy for the ncxl few days 200 palrB'of .Warners and D. A. Corsets, ;In all ilzca to 28. Will be on eale'at the ]'lowest price of the entire season. Warners Famous "RuskProof" and Corsets in 25 New Models fill roatrngs lieln'rcti a'ls, wbttll were took a (Inn stanJ It received wltL the en'huslasm wnlchi the a lol of trouljle and laillca' Prollicani u( Iho talented elocutionist J00ii [or the counu-y. in Wesley serves. rr tlul it would clQ Many were turned away Ions before Boo'l if the agreements n-cro sub Ilia iilay Vjcgan, anj ror the bencdt niitleil to tlio and T. M ________________________________ I Tivectllc talil that It should bo unilcr- I stood tbal if au acrccMiicnL requlrcj he ratification t> thp raleiiayera It ihould ha BubmHleil lo lliein at once, ThcBe rtrouounceiilEnls made when the committee con sitlerlng n bill UJ ailicnj the Calgavi city charter and in connection an nppllcatlon by the MouuUIn Spring llrev.'ory Co. to have exemption from laiallon lo February, 13IS, sanctioned anil an anpllcalion hy the city and Ihc Doivness company to liave a new agreement ralllicu. The jy the hrewcry" company was Imsed upon alliilavits averrinc that Ihe es tinnllon was promiacd hy Mayor MUchcll and that this >vas unilcrstooi by the then council. It waa pointed uu Lbat tliere was-uo record ot the fac. In the infnutc3 of the council. It wa1 contended tbal in of Uu alfldnvlls disclosed lhat there was m moral obligation on the cily to gran die exemption, :Mr. Doyle nskid. sec Ing that the and council belli; absolutely prohibited liy law to mak Iho exemption, the moral obi; gallon came in. The legislature hai heen useil too much as a rubbe sump for ralllylni; things of this dcs crlutlon anrj he "ivanletl lo know right had tnoy lo present Ibis com with money llic people were en titled to. C. J. -Ford, cily snlicilo Calgary, mentioning 'ha' c11- council had ol what til affidavits i contained they 'might ni have heen opposed to thc''eicmutio On tic motion Hon. Wilfrid Ua lopy, seconded L: Cole, the fu Uier consideration ol Ihe matter wa ndjourued until the city council ha nVer coTislderallon. On lh motion of Mr. Garlepy, seconded tua uon. Chaa. yinwarl, the Downes ngreeiuenl was ratified with Ihe CO WARNERS1 DOUBLE above the waist llne'and double below It, giving added strength. A patented idea found only in Warner corsets: Sizes 19 to28. Triced from to S3.50. WARNERS' REGULAR sllljht and medium figures. Sizes 19 to 2S only. On Sale, pair, tn, WARNERS' LACE FRONT An 'Ideal corset for the women who desire front lace model. different models. Sizes up. to 28. Priced from to Nemo Corsets to be had only at Rylands THIS WELL KNOWN CORSET CAN BE HAD IN THIS CITV ONLY AT RYLAND'S. A NEW SHIPMENT THIS WEEK GIVES YOU MANY NEW MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM. .ALL SIZES TO 36 NOW IN STOCK. Nemo Self Reducing CorsctH to Rtx'cilffcrenl models In this particular niakr of Nemo corset. Models lo suit ehurl, medium or lall figures. Nemo Back Resting Corsets A new Idea in N'cmo Corsels lhal wlU bo np predated by ninny a woman troubled wllh weak hack. Two models (or medium nnd atouf llgurca. Som2 Real Bargains in P.C. and D. A. Corsets D. A. troin a lieayy cou- hose supporters. Medium bust. Sizes to 30 In lie lot. A P. C. CORSETS and D. t. differenl models..High, low or medium bust. Sizes'lo 2S only. A pair........... P. C, and D. i A- with claa lie top and aide, gussctts; olhbrs with Bide lacings. A pair............. D. i A. N'urstng c styles. AU Eizcs now in slock. A pair.......................... D. 4 A. Incln lacing styles wllh elastic bands. From ?2.00 lo ...............___ with claa nmlcrnit) or bacl- Corset Accessories, Brassieres, Misses Waists; TO GO ALONG WITH OUR ENORMOUS STOCK OF CORSETS WE HAVE ADDED A COMPLETE LINE OF ACCESSORIES SUCH AS LACES, STEELS, SHIELDS, SANITARY BELTS, BRASSIERES' ETC. Brassieres, 65c Twolrc different styles nmdc by D. A. or Warners. Plain 01 laco, trimmed. Sizes 3J lo 4-1 All now I Tils' .season. Misses Waists An Ideal corset for IJic fjroTr Fits .like a corset Somo slightly bbuerf. i_nihen similar to Ferris Each 90c Girls' Waists Waists for the tiny baby. The' kldnlcs nnrt girls up to U yonra Lots ot civch kind. Priced from' 35c to 75c Oiit of Town Orders for Corsets will be sent prepaid RYLANDS GO. The Busy Store dilion lhat it muat be submitted the ratepayers either upon appHcalion by the com pany.by the cily cciuntll or 011 peti- tion slBned hy 500 ratepayers, to Ihe city council within six montha from the act being nsse'nted'to. If there be no submission wlthla twelve monlhr the agreement becomes obsolete. MM. by Thursday Morning Specials On Sale Only from 9 to 12 MEN'S MEDIUM WEIGHT GKKVWOOL SOCKS pei1 paii1. special, 500 YDS ItOLLHU 1C Inches u'Jrlc rctj bonier. TJiurarJay morning, not more than 10 yards to one customer. I'cr yarrJ.................... 5IIHSKK1 TAN CALF liUTTON BOOTS 2.99 In wide (illlns and mcilluni soli. Sizes 11 lo 2. Morning special, pair......... LADIES' Wlilto with colored collars; also all while. Worth To clear Thursday morning. Special 79c 35 Only Fibre Suit Cases Made by the best baggage manu- facturers In Canada. Grown color only. Size 2-1x26 Inches, Sells far 5.2.10 and regular. Not mort than two lo one customer. Thursday Morning News of Interest in Our Grocery Department lor Thursday Our iiini is lor Qualify Groceries ;uul price's to suit nil. Hero we offer you a list ol1 good specials for T Swifl'i 50c 45c 51.00 Gold Soap, Ivory and White Laundry. Extra Special, 11 bars for Blue Ribbon Tea. Per 1b............... 2JA Ibs. for............ A full line of Mother's Cream bites, Macaroni, Vermicelli Spaghetti and NoorJ. les. 2 phgs, for........ Fancy Pearl Barley 3 Ibs. for Split Peas, Special, per Jb. .California Lima Beans SpfcTaf, 2 Ibs. for...... Pure Slr.swberry Jam. Reg, 90c. Special, tin lOc 25c 80c Having purchased a number ol' cases ol Pure Black Currant Jelly In 4 Ib. pails we put them on sale at this Very low price 200 pails white it lastsnn Extra special, tin OUC This is regularly sold at 85c. Thrifty shoppers should lake advantage of this as the amount will soon go at price. 50c 40c Pure Clover Honey t [fa, tins. Special Nice Large Bananas Per dozen.......... Roger's Pure Cane .Syrup In quart sealerc, each 5 Ib. tins.. Special........'. 45c Extra" Fine" Carpet pjv Brooms. Reg. 5Qc. Special DDC Pure Essence of StVaVvberry-ahi Raspberry In 16 oz. .fact- tics. Reg. Ex. Spec 25c. Special.2 for...... Fancy table ,Ralslns. In 1 Ib packages. Regular 25c. 2 far................... 25c Jjy .TliD'office Is open every given lo Lhe draft which wenL for- tlon of the Hospitals Commission tHe ward from the ISlh PcpoL Daltcry Chapler purchased and Scrap Dock com- on Fcliniary 21sL, and a turther suy- Secrelary's report oC the Alexa Gall' Cliauler for Ihe year PTI 'February submlUcd ilrs. R. T. Dry inner-. The Alexander Gait Chapter 1. O. D. E., has Just n liusv and most successfti? year. Fifty-eight uew uienilicrs have signctl the ni the Chapler. which brings Ll.e horahlii up to two hundred and thlrly- nlne. Seven wenibers have been .h-ausferruil Lo and Iho rcsffication rccclvoil." Tne brlct reports of Ihc various coiiimlUee.3 which rollon" will give a. j small of Hie amount ol vrorl; ivhlch has been aucccastully under- taken by ihe Clmptcr. The Education Many hutirircrt pairs of socks have been knitted by (lie children In Lhe cily and schools. Prizes here were given for school chlldrens cs sarsi eerLlfiwLcs tor knllLiug anil uiuklnu acrnp boots.. In .connection >vlth this work'llie results have been moat-gratifying, ami. hi addition IP Iho work done by the "children a sub- stantial sum has hccn conlribulcd by Ihein, used to purchase malcr lala for thin work. Visiting Coinmttlcc. Committee lor visiting soldiers .wives antl de- pendents, constsltng of the whole Chapter, under Mra. J. TC. Oliver as (convenor clone steady work. i Prisoners of committee [under Mrs. J. N. Itltchlc, dtipfftcli parcels of.fooil, clothing ami conlri- but'ons of money for.Ihc purchase of brbnd for tho prisoners In Germany at'-regular Intervals. Special Xiuas pA'c-.a wero sent to every man the list. mULce in charge oC Misa Uawlen mnko scrap books which togeth.ci Tvith newspapers and periodicals arc forwarded reculnrly lo the men a1 Ihc front and in hospital. That this work .is 'very much appreciated i- cvldencei hy the many letters of thanks, which have hccn received. Decorating Com goof work has been carried' on by this committee, under Ihc direction o' Miss Xiinmons, In decorating for all special occasions. Finances. The following'- means have beer Inkcii lo provide money for carrying on ihe work of Lhn Chapter. Membership" dollar per annum. Tea -the Hudson Bay Store once R week am! during the lallcr part of tho year al the Chinook Club fortmehtly, Tlic Hudson Jlay per cent, of safes on Korcmuer -2nd In le between (he lied Cross and Uris Chapter. ply arc on hand Tor succeeding drafts. Cash Contributions lo Ihe Ogder Home, Calgary, Belgian Relief, and Belgian Fund, Serbian Relief. French National Ilelicf, British Sail- ors Relief, Overseas Tobacco Fund. Canadian Field Comforts Commis- sion, Recreation Fund o[ the 113lh Lethbrldge High landers. Christmas tho 7Sth Uat- lery, Frank Sanitnrium, llritish fled Cross apiical for soldiers In Hospital. The wives and children of, Leth- bridge Eoldiors who had fallen and special gifts to three severely wound- Frank Sanitarium a moving picture" machine for the er.terlalnmont of Iho relumed soldiers under ;ireat-.'-'r- luont there. Tho fiinic arc supplied free liylnc film companies, and we aro advised by the Commanding, fleer that the machine is InalaUed and (n good running order. The pat- Icnls tlieniselves ft, it baa been tho means of lightening many a dull hour. Tins Is the first moving picture machine! to be Installed Iq _; nny Canadian Sanitarium, for return1- cd soldiers. Civic Chapter undertook to look after the trees cd Lethhriilgc men in Hospitals In j ivliich had been planted at England.. The Gait Hosptial. Battery Paint and also set out Mission, Shelter, Salvation i Uces al lhe 3Qih BaiLery point and Mrs. lloy and llouUon rionalcd f shipmenls arc sent to XatlonaT n portion of the" 'pfOcectls .of their i Service Commission, Field Comforts Soldiers Mrs. Charles :-McKlllop Is convenor of Ihfg commit which acts In co'.i June tlon with Ihc Khaki Lcngno tn looking after re- turned f soldiers. Palriollc Fund Auxiliary Commit This. work which. IVEVS organized by Jlrs. P, and carried on by her since the beginning of Iho war has grown lo sutfi proportions, lhat It W33 fountl necessary lo.opcn ar ofTlco under the aupetvlslon of r commillee rrhlrh now conslaU ol Mrs. W. A. fiuchatian and Mrs. E. A Sharmnn. This committed takr charge of all In regard lo soldiers wlvea and dependents, IppV into all complaints ant1 Army, and Aid. For the eleven months fron March, I13I6, until January twcen eighteen and nineteen hundred pairs of socks have .been sent to the men overseas. Large numbers of 'col- ored handkerchiefs have nlso -Itecr ilisLributcil, as far .is possible LcLh- men arc remembered anil frc of fancy work. A unit presenter! hy rt Lcthbrlilgc' soltlicr now at the fronl, was given !o tho Chapter (o raffle. An Knlerlainmcnt callcil Iho Fes lival of the Flowers, wna arranged carticil out by Miss An cnlcxtainmcnt calleri a Jlld-Wfn- ter Night's ot ballet auj. fancy dances under (he direction of Misa.AUrcc, and. a. Bkclcli staged by Sfrs. George SCiiccy. A, Garden Party %hcld al the rcsl- doncc-of ilr.iConvbcarc In aid of Ihc Serbian.'.Relief... A Day, on ,Juno 17lb. A VlEkg Day on Oel.'21st. Mrs. Freeman YVonrJs do nnlion jalc.ol (lowers. A Last Minnie Sale or ivorh- and cooking at Xnias. Waalc collect- ed during Ihe year, which will be shipped from time to' lime, S3 car load tola arc Doniiiong amY The following' aro" amonR the preaentat Ions contrlbullons, .which havt licen'niade rturine the yc-ar. Socles and 'handkerchiefs to each mr.mbcr-ot-the 6lat Hattcry ou ilc parting nnd containing ing' material3 anil first aid snpplic? sent Lo lie same iinil at Pctawawa Commission, Secours National, Cana- dian fled Cross, etc. A new flau was presented lo the Internment Camp hy the Chapler and storm jacks for Ihe Ihrec Dnllcry PoJnts were proscnled by Mr-i. Sher ock. Mra. ilinlcy Bml'Jfrs. Lewis. Krnnk Ihe suuccs Camp. Similar wallels and socks were creeled flag pole.. The 61st" Bat- tery before 'leaving set out trecs'and the. 113th Lelhhridea High; Inndcrs tmyrpved the e_aat end of Ihq with Ircea and 'a louse. Tbc meetings of Ihe chapter wens held as Tollows.: General meetings II. Executive. meetings 1C, and_speclal meetlnga in- cluding- a repetition In honor of La'ly Gvicndolyn Guinness nnd Mass Pat- riotic meeting for Ihe women of-the cily, addressed by Major Kirby and Mrs. n. n. Jainieson of Cnlgair. AL Ihe annual meeting.of Ihe nat- ional chapter helil in Toronto, Ihls chapler represented by Mrs. TV. D. Spencc of Calgary. "sameness" A enjoyable that is mosT: the daily, un- varying goodness of a cup of "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE. It never fails to greet you with that same exquisite fragrance, amber clearness and delightful flavour, that win people with the cup. In J', I and 2 round lins. line ground lor Percolators. Never sold in bulk. iu CHASE MONTREAL.