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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TODAY, MARCH 13, 1311 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN RYkANDS CO. Dogskin Otr Gloves, tr. OJC Utllcfi' Uogatiu (ilovcB, also a few French KM, values uy lo J1.5C. N'esrly tm? slie. VfidrSilk Ribbons in I V _ vv. -Hilr Hlblious for. lUc a special Silk IlibVtm on wtc tomorrow oQly. All shades. 18c Children's School Hose; Girls' fine Hib CuUon Hose; lUb Hoae solfl' for' ami 3Se. Raturdiy ouly, ISc pjir. Silk Lisle Hosiery 35c Extra tine UosP, .siies S'.i to 10, a iiuality for 35o, pairs Tor Jl.OO. -at Rylands Tomorrow A Remarkable Suit Sale-save to For tomorrow we have selected 20 Suits from oar regular block of New Spring Suits, tiie valuta tanging to the excejrtiori o! a few navy Serge Hulls, them aro no two aliXc. The sizrs range up to 40 bust anj IncluOc worsteds aml serge. Ilemeinber, ibis offer good Tor Saturday only. More of those smart Serge and Sport Coats .50 Coat fJargaiu llko offered you last Saturday. offer ?o i-arly i 15c A Corset Em. bargain 10 pieces regular width act. Covt-r Embroidery M'oclh. 26c anil ISo a yard. On sale Saturday only Cor- 'Best- English Longcloths 9c Another umrgain in yard wide KneliBh Lonsclolli, T.'orlii ISc a yard. Sstllrdur only Towelling for 7 A Towelling that liave tp.en seliins freely for 30c tor Ulsli Wip- ers.' American pieces only American Cur- lain Scrim, ecru grounds and fancy border, regular :J5c value. Linoleums and Floor Oilcloth prices prevail day only: Bett Inlaid Linoleum 75c All sq. yd. Printed Linoleum M f _ mostly Horal patterns Printed Floorcfoths good lime- u-o inclnilfc a few Coats. sec son sJi o u 1 tl Itfiidy to host of the day. Sizes 32 10 riS. values ,is high ns 51e.oO, Hatur- tiay's price Lingerie Waists to Go Exactly Half Crisp new Lingerie Mus- liu and Embroidery Waists every sfte up to 12, sonic with IiJBli nect, majority low collars. Buy your s' supply {n- morroV. Heineinhcr, just one dny. Values uji to 5- Another Big Corset Bargain To-morrow 1 es, eli-., lily. rclJu rcrv reaEOn-'' The Daughters ut U-e Kuipire arc I calling a very sj.fctul meeting fcr io-! morrow afternoon at o'clwVt In the ,V M. C. A. The metiiug win be. brief, and 'every is Ic uiako an especial tlfcrt in lie present.} t 2 An important toc-ulng of tbe ses-j Eton and managers of Ktox cJiuroli j .-.ill te hold th'ircli on MOM evenins- T t t A. number or members of the, l.O.C.T. Hope nf l.othtrlilse lodge: met la tbe ttreei school on Thursday eveniug. a musical i rogramme o? solos and (iioiiises After the programme: all sit down to a dainty F.C. Altkens pouring tr-i and M. Ram Fey cutting the The ole even'ng vas a de-tided success. spite of drawbacks order is steadily and the officers anil; mbers will welcome isitors 1. Thinsds.y in tho RaHey j street scliooi. The last lime we offered ihese to ROO Cor- setE, the tlepirtmont was to HE limit. 'Tomor- row -we repeat the bargain for tlio last time. A. Corsets, LJ. I. Corsets C. CorselB, all sizes up lo 2S. A wonderful bar- gain. 95' The new 'Empress' Shoes are here We are now full lino of famous Empress Shots, in- laco nnd but ion ,-tj'les; also a complete line of Pumps anil Stray Siippern for women ami children. These together uHh tbt Helltido aud Smart Set shoes make onr uew Shoe Depattuient u busy plnce. Colored Satin Petticoats for The bilauco o! those 53.00 Satin Petticoats at less tlmn cost imcr. nnist clear them out o.nlckly, henco the very low price. Colors Eky and old gold ontr. BB berc early for they "will go quickly. The New April Home Journal Patterns Now Ready ands Co. The Busy Stqre SATURDAY SAVINGS THK iTK.MS BKLOW jiisl a IVw lliosi; lliul cull for your prompt am! careful attention io Saturday oH'rriiigs in tin- various dcpurtliu'iils of this store. Season- able goods, alvujs of dopcinloblc quality, aiv ollnvil you for K'ss Hum yon loulcl yet the same fin-ut other limes. It would pay yon investigate Hot only Iliesc. but the hun- dreds of oilier olft'riiijjs Iliiit mean sudt real economy for the wise shopper. MILADI Mr. Power left tbis afternoon .on a trip lo Calgarr. W. H. McLelland is viilllng >1th friends in Mn. B. T. Snag, Siilh avonue, who underwent operation at the hoipltal on Wednerday, is doing vill AS cun -be expected. 1 r The candelabrum presented to Summcrton (nae Udy) by iho "VV.C. wan presented jointly liy the tt'lllsrd and Central unions. t Tho Brothers' elms of Knox Syadsy school aro entertaining their i at tht Mi evsuing. Mrs. J. B. Olulhern vras hostess ol a thirable tea on Thursday afternoon! In courtesy to Mre. ShurtlefC of Pinch- er Greek, who is a- guest with' w.-a. Bin.1; Auditorium club, O.I.A, to ,the fi. of L.E., have ieaued InVltallons to a'datice'tb hia held In the K. ot P. hail on Thursday, March 19, when the usual good tlrae will no doubt be en- ]ojed- The K. of P. hall wore a festive air on Thursday evening on the oc- OEBtoti of ttie annual dance ot the Ca- nadian Order of Flags and hunting were arranged ivilh pleasing efect, _anrt four pieces of tbe Imperial orchestra splen- tllfl music. A dainty menu was son- ed at half ttnae, after which dancing waa resuir.ed until an early hour. The event was on Joyed by one hundred and fifty guests, and the committee. In charge are to be congartulatcd on the Immense success of the affair. Clubs and Societies The junior members 'ot. St. Cyp- rian's W.A.-will :mect at 2.30 tomor- row afternoon, when a fnTIjtttendBiice is requested. S The O.F.C. till I mett on Monday at tcrnoon with Mrs. Drndshaw, 003 Ninth avenue South. t -5 f Tho First Bapliet church are giving up their Sunday morning service to unite in Iht second on'cning Sunday cervlce at Wesley cliurch. Tho commlt'.PC in connection with e Cricket club daucL-. to be held ic the K. cf P. lull Aprii 14. mot si the home of Mrs. J. O. Wilson of the Barracks, on Wf-dutsJay afternoon. Details for tbe danrc- --vere arranged, and everyihlne: pusEiMe Icing done-: to make the dance a enjoyable affair. The two stores uuiJurncaih tho ball have been lor the evealng. and a. HildoiMt supper will- te nerved there. JCo invitations -ire beiiis given out l.ut tickets are btirig ?cia hy the menv ot the club, ar.ii alreorty a large number Lavo fcten The Contial W. C. T. I1, held a veil- meeting ou Thursday after- noon, at the -home o[ Mre. Uiesttli, with tbe president. Mrs. William ford, in the chair. Tiiree babic-s to tho cradle roll. vere read from conitnittcfis on; prison work, loyal temperance lesion1 work and "travellers' airt. The com- mittee on travellers' aid work report- ed an. extra coi'octed this month from the guarantors' list of last year. The Indie's to give an antique art exhibition some time during j March. time, place and other par-j tlculars to be given lattr. v "S favor; solo. Mr. Hartley, reading, I Very successfal was the social and concert held on Thursday evening in I St. Andrew's church, under the I pices of the cbolr aud Christian EH- I deavor. The" following lino pro- gramuiG ivas rendered: Selection, Knox orchestra; reading, Mr. ston; duet, Amts and Mr, Hart- ley; jiiaso scrto, ViT. trEo, s Hazcn an'd Hume; soieciion, Knox orchestra: contest, "Mother Misa Hatemen winning the Mr. Soady; solo, Mr. atoll; quartelto, MUS Ames, Miss llume, >Ir. Hartley aud Mr. Gurr; selection, orclsestra; bean conical, prize woo by Mr. Gag- notiu. During- the citEsstafc conlest sup- per "was served at small tahles in the class room, when Boston baked beana and other good things were enjoyed bv present. 4 The Lfilhbrid'ge Lawn Tennis club helrt its annual meeting on Thursday eveninj ot 3IS Sherlock Block, willi pome twenty members present. In the absence of Ihfi president, Mr. J. b. Higinbotham, his address Tfas r by the secrclary, Or. The secretary-treasurer's report showed Ihe club lo have a present indebted ness of some forty-fivo dollars. The election of officers Tor tbe ensuing year resulted aa follows: Honorary president, Mr. ,T. p. Wil- son: honorary vice-president, Mr. W- V. Lindsay; president, Mr. J, G. Rob- ertson: vloc-preslrtent, Jlr. M. 3. Me- Arthur; Dr. L. 11. -Mason; Ireasurer, Mr, A. O. Oliver; auditor, Mr. N'evvcombe; committee, Mies Mr. Raworth, Mr. Kin- noy, Mr, Seamen and Mr. (Godwin. A committee, cor.slfillng of Mfss Hen- derson, Miss Angle TJanden and Mits was aopoiiited (o arrange for teas and poclal affairs. Dainty Corset Covers just 22c 1-adifY Cambric Corset Jainly and fmbroMriy Iriuiuine. tiring, silts H lu "Sateen Underskirts Great- ly Underpriced Khif qiulliy Wart Saleou nilli Sen lucli I'lvaletl flouncing. Also H r.ilh QC lustre and sattcn frill Tho jccrciary of Kiios cliurdi, Mr 31. W.A. met on Tliurs-1 J- Oilver' IMs a "on for day afternoon and nccomplishcd iiuitc llle "holB a. lot of sewing. The Indies aro lat orders antl selling as they acrom- pllah tno work. Pretty house Alum Sixty thm Standard Lime Phosphate Dr.PRICE'S CRttAM BAKING POWDER Its vue a protection and a guarantee against alum full fominnnton, nurater of adher- ents, and ages of a'i dil and the organization to tvblcb are attached. At Kie fiame oryone will be given the opportunity of adding their names lo those who conlribnto to current revenue or mls-j regularly by envelope, if any. one should be unavoidably overlooked they lo commnnirale! with Ihe secretary so that the census nay be as complete as posslblt. The! canvas 'will start at Ktrst street, and j he continner} street by street, and tticn avenue hv avenue from -First i avenue. I A crowd asserabled In (bt Trinity cliurch, ITardlcvlHe, lor Hit' ciitorlalnnienl on Wednesday evening ThR of Mr. HeMo's coming ha3 created a of interest and came qnllfi up lo etpectallons, ID addilion lo Mr. Heale, Messrs. Mic- nnd Owen took parl in thp programme. Mr. Owen eflnR "Mother Macrae" with jrreal effect, bul excell ert himself In his which brought him a bearty encore io which he' rnspontTcd with "Tom Ills solo "The Mtllo Irlsll waf fllEp good. Tie will always be assur- ed o' a good audienco al Mr.. MftcGoiigln'fc popu- lar in and his ablos Werlneiday nlgtil splendid. Silk Underskirts Xcw tpriiiK sludt-s in Sill: I'nderskiits. ug niivy, black, lan radet. QP ii ra-'i, up ty ..Infants Bootees U'ilito. Wiir.l. Hcotec-5 .for infants' ema.vooJ.aml valuc-s iu ihe reeulir i-ay Hurry Uui Price on Floor Oil Cloths Imported Floor Oilcloths, heary q-ialiiie? and r.eal colorings, mostly iu tilo effects. Keg. 35 4'tc. per sijuaro jaid CCC Cocaa Mats Here just 65c Tomorrow Hie mud where It outside the- house, ia a Cocoa Mat, size Jap Matting Rugs Mailing Rugs fn flue oriental color- And deslsiu. Ijedroom Axminster Rugs More of ilsese Axininstrr Mats, .pretty too. Six di-rlxns lo C 1 QC from, size I THESE SPECIALS IN THE WINE DEPT. McEWAN'S PALE ALE branrl of Imported Ale io sell touionvnT. Resular Slot' per dozen and one jar of I'ilm Olive Cream, or one Olivt- LSrmid Shhtnpoo comrltle for Lftvo a of cakes of Ollvo to soil at price.'.quoted AVe re- quire customer'? name on poRlal. .One lot "1 only In each cmiomer. .2 cakes tof...... IOC EnJ flTEl effort "Mary of was much appreciated, hut it was his ren- derlRg of: tlio solo "The Irish '.Emi- the encorn to which he rfifipandcrl with an even bet- ter -Mr. MacGD'.iglti won uuiih by hts soloa. Mr. Kftv wds K efficient accom- panist, Rave two vary fine piano solos, Unfortunately, Mr Hole was BUT faring from sura throat aud una tin- able to but made up Tor It in hie rec'UallonR and dramatic Impersonations. He great and bait talent. In his Impersonation of Sergeant- Buz-