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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MARCH 23, 1911 THE I. E T II U H I 0 G E D A J L Y HERALD PAGE SEVEN Time to think of lighter W Read i ins hau- bad quite a imiuirios for Ugbler uelebl sjnJenvear. and-have now. a splniilid slock uf American and I'uuaJirm imU-s 10 lliow voj. This jvsr irj will see by tbi- brief outline below: Ladies' Fine Combinations, 50c to About 10 different lini-s all told, some without sU-eve, vdth quarter sleeves, wllh Ufiiil or loose to JU everybody. Wo make of a Hue lisEe lomblnatlon at a the Waleou Co. Cotton. Lisle or Silk Vests. 20c to Kvary style and quality you could atk fur is hero now. Coltou V'OotS 20c Lisle-Vests 3oc to 75c. Kllk LUle Tot to All silk. beaullfuUy trimmed, banJ croc'uet bey All sixes. Balbriggan Underwear, selling very freely Halbriggati Underwear for ivcmeu U the lino we are soiling inoel Just iiow. .You can buy a fine filling union e'.iii for 75c that out wear two Halo cults at the same price. Veils of tnatrrlal nt Light weight Wool Vests or Combinations Many people prefer to wear jyool Uie season Kor Hicni we have stocked wcotleti underwear of'the finest texture. Vests with or without aleeves at 75c to-SSc. Uulou aulle, knee sleeve at TUtse come with the new closed crotcb, Bloomers in Silk Mixtures Are. New Blooraerji tre being shown in tlic big city stores and are being worn liy the smart dressers. liave a" splendid line at a fair. Italian silV, elastic at knte anil band; trimmed with while silk roiettes.v Girl's Underwear and Union Suits are here Girls' and Coltcn Veils and Drawers, all sizes now In slock. Tiro splendid combination suits, ose made ol fine balbrigEau, loose, knee and no sleeTC, al 35c lo 5Dc :i suit. other kind a com- bination Tvitli straps and buttons for drawers and bcso supporters al Weight Wool Union Suits Tte-women folks generally keep lab or UilJr "hubby's" iicdertrear flock. To .those who do, we aay our Men's Department Is showing wool iimlenveor ami union suits al J2.00, 42.50 and 13.00 a lUlt. AH sizes up to 44. Also, Cotton and lisle Underwear for Men We alao btcck all grade's of. LUle, XaJpfook and HMbrisgan Shirts, or Cclon Suits for quote yq-J prices lovrevtliari" the exclusive raen'a wear dandy ualoii" CM fiti -suit ai............................................... v RYLANDS CO. THE BUSY STORE MILA Edited Phones by 15 Office 1224 NOON DAY From my Lei me JifiJ. Thy sitcinc j-enle me As 1 piai he Ual, teiitoi-ad n.c Die awa; r AcluU i Ail) i da> Andrew1; u te i.rhyrch arc i fcfjeiul on Thursday good and iefteslimeuts t .Tlii> Ilincory :sr.-] Current Kvcnls section of the club will tiibbs, .Mis. Hiarlfs Mr-Kill. sister, Mrs. leteive with her. hcr l-lJoionlun, uipet at throe o'clcck lo- ir.oirow, wjtb. Mrs. H, S. Fourth aveuun South. x .Tpufglil will be iiLglil. al llpvvorih Rev Cuihbeit Aitkcu give an ad- dress." A largo is re quesrc'd. UESDAY Tonight's news tells of great savings. Here's a' tempting list-- Every one worthy the name of bargain, surely.--- Mr. S. nisht from a st I Wesley Wor.K'ii's .Missionary So .j clejy' Thursday alter-, noon Wesley HilL Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lung luve 'I'. AV.'Ouayle'-pHI bts llijj speak their guest sor a oi wrels tlic j erV'Th'ose" are re- heir guest sor a ol tlicj erV'TIfos lter's.inotlifl, Mrs. Kelly, bi CJ- Mt.steii I (o brins ifatrn lo tliis meet- The fnmpaniims ol tte Koreat ave tonflrnatloii will ml I entertainir.R- at a'whrst rlriie in St. j gt ri.urc-h i.Mary> parish hall on Frirlay evni- 1 the last SiinJay in May. ing, .March 27th. at H o'clork; ur.nj ieaofi ncv. Cauotf 'Hurrel-Wrljiit, I lie usual gooiMiine i ptc-ated to teoali-o the nanies I of any who Intend joining the class The ineaAeis oi tlic ttoinni s Civic j Club are' teuinulra cif the violet evm- 1 ins at '.Mrs. John ITais's iorao.row: X cK the Central r-venms anJ are reqwslcrt to come alj wqTIJ wil, !jeW the _ _ i home ot Mrs. at Im Ite Chopn Friends aw Lecll ]ne at a dance tn the K. of IJ. liall and the con.miltfe in charge slate thai invitatious must be nrcsMtoJ toe door. f -THrSeMs of Your.s Ifp'li" v'ili be Mrs. Ahbie 0. IlpTSpool gave' a V 'MMi-s. delightful parly for !.fr junior fiass monds the in piaiipforte at !ier studio, 1007 Third 'Avc..'S., on Saturday-' alter- noon. A short musical program was fnlloTved hr {ianies of various kinds, ttltef.whicli dainty refreshments served. Thompsoa ar.'d I'rank Kelly; o! 'Spring Coulef, v, ere I 'ding took place atternopa anioag Ihc i at 1.30 o'clock church, wten Anna-tiltzatMh MtUuiie nas 'The many ftifnds ol Mr.- Cy War- maTrjPj t0 JJr. Charles Edward Mor- ratu, "libel, and" author, he sorry tis Ot Winnipeg h'.' the Rev. .1. A. to Irarn'of his serious illness at a Clark, hclorc a.fcv intimate friends. hotel 'in' Chicago. -J The who Ms known old lie was stricken suddenly on S-jn-' tins smartly gown- day Iasl7 and remained unconscious her suit of cinnamon for more than -twenty-four, hours. trnwn cloth, wifh-coisagc oi cm- Dociors said yesterday that his chan- hrqidered and tailored, hat lo cts for recovery, v.-cre bright... match with 'oiuc'.'iiipuat.'.'iUi only .v ornamrnt was the groom's 'gilt, a .Mr. 'and Mrs. JT. II. .Roberts leave diamond iieidaat set'iii 'platinum and (own nn Saturday, Mr. It'oberts. p'jes. corsage bo'Jquct ol- violets. to where hi) .The mat.o'n oi honor, Mrs. Frank more lucrative position in .tlic Whit TV.- Kifth street uportsut L'.iiiness in con- ilr'the (Jlsttlc-t contention full service .at Wesley, church; inteYeBtiliJ inctlir.? -quiet Just 200 yards of these beautiful Tamoline Dress values to clear tomorrow 78c A iucfcy Flrikt.' iudeeti ui -O-j }arda ui the MOFI iiopalar silk (bat lends itee'.l moil iffully lo ti.o making cf son, s-uinnttfi- anil ijnaa xvalils. Hair abo'.il -t v! an inch apart. The color- arc gretti lany) pink and blue, tolu uud Copen. lusvn aurt othHs, alt So" ivl-jo. One dresi lecc'i: olily "Jftfi lo'cEd: Ucfiular Jl.'S. TUESDAY. I OW SEE THEM IN THE Pretty and effective Scrims and Bungalow Nets on sale here 1 7 cents yard airay of curtain fabrics in this lot. Plain-icrisiiF shades in bunsalciY net? and colored bordered strjrop in mauve, ruse ar.d en'ei'ts. Not a yard in the lot. tiiat no! :hat we arc for tbeui. up'lo 45c'yaril; wiiltlis fioni lo jarii............................... Brass Rods 19c yruss Rods wltb ueat ivltl extend to "brackets Brown i pots .lust twenty-fire of 19c Rrcwn Tea Pols rale to morrow. LarRC size aod go serviceable quality, TUESDAY, each 19C Styiiih Oxfords for Summer days--51.65 tomorrow Come and Blach- Oxfords for yourFe'T. hov fine grained tbe leather means uear. Viet tiid wl'.li Ups and iioart hoels, neat oud trim valuei TUESDAY, pair.. V -OO Half Price on Men's Wool Flannel ShirU smart style Medium weights 3u men'4 :ill v.ool flannel joit ii-cTght for present war. The colors are navy blue, red and green. Tliese are lines that pelt in the regular at J2.00. 1414 to 17 Itl 4 HA LaJies! Don't miu thi> specitl in morning and afternoon Drcuet values up There are 20 brand new Ions (or raorninf or -Atar. Dainty Uriped gingbatni, fiv ji are white w n sit n, tucked style ar.d set-in, with InMr- tloii, nevi- iprin; ityles, vrorth up to Sa.OO QC TUESDAY.....9.li99' .Groceries Dropped in Price CELEBRATED BREAKFAST BACON. TUESDAY per 1i> HUNTLEY i. PALMER'S COMBINATION BISCUITS. TUESDAY per Hi SILVER OL06S LAUNDRY STARCH TUESDAY 3 FOR 'KRINKLE CORN FLAKES TUESDAY 3 PACKETS FOR ROYAL CROWN LAUNDRY SOAP TUESDAY PER'PACKAGE COG 1 IOC Tea Room Dainties For Tuesday BROWN BREAD i BUTTER, FRESH YOUNG LETTUCE OCX ANO TEA..................... ORANGE SALAD. BREAD AND BUT- TER, TEA OR 9C.A COFFEE ....................C3C TEA SCONES AND TEA 20c anK' who' presWcfl 'at a case, pipc-s )ro'm" the" wore cscv, I! C. tn. and Mrs. Robtris ROM to FIRE IN TORONTO N'rlson Kcho. visit. Creek handsnme suit oi Chitchat ;PLAY POKER GUN FIGHT RESULTS1 -Toronto, Out.. .March Al his son. Mr. A. Man., Maich leu -MBimfacluring Dint ding pnue. way ncwaagchis sal in at a pofcer! was destroyed last nlglit. II.1 "-i same nigiit. It enfied in a. eiin j n- Falrhnrn Co.; who occupied iSiuj Miss Mabel Sharlanil is 1 fight. Frank L'hesaer was shol.iippar Tloora wns the -heaviest loscr.l ilio tro'.i where si' bouquet groom's [tli cerise corsage of violets ati-1 carried- ILc Mr. Origg of Rtetller is the guest of "ttc' Sixth br j-senleJ1 the grbDinsni.m with iCfler'thc ajirt Mis. gave a rltnaer at their for llic bridal patty. The table p.vns bf.iutti'ul with centte- piece and-vases-of sweet peas and violets." r Mr. ami "Mrs. Morris Id! Uy I he train for the hy the goud of- their many pic-jTrierids in Calgary-- They will visit conia, 'opfore returning to Oieir trirc honip in l.cthbriilsc. fu- SEARCHING THE RUIN6 First Body Recovered May Nol Havi Been Cohen But Churfci Thurilon from tiift uerk by John Sbcriclan. The tetn! less is estimated at until you read the Store News before you. start out Shopping. This will save time and will tell you what's new and in style and who's got it. The store with the best goods and the best values is the one that has confidence enough in them to tell you about them. underwent an Mrf. n. BC'.nnclt tlic on gagement nf lier daughter, 'Mabel Ed-! wards, to Mr. Hoscos Rarett'JIrown, IVSc.K., of Pdiclicr Creek, Alia., son of Mrs, J. rirown .of Toronto, TJic marriage will lake early in Toronto Globe. Clubs and Sbcietics- Knos Aid co'cctbrs for tenialic giving will call this. week. St. Cyprian's services for the week are on Wednesday evening at S o'clock, and, Holy Communion'on Tlinrfday morning nt. f, Kev. Ai O. Cameron, mintstcr chnrcli, TV HI call llus Veek members of. the congregation Third avenue.1 Tlie Woman's Auxiliary of. 3 ustln's Church ss usual tomorroiv aftertioon, whin n full attendance is retiunfiteri. Lenten strvjrcs-in' SI. 'Aiignstin'.i Church tliis weak wjll service at 4.50 on Wedncada? after- ncoo; C ven sou on Wedncaddy at S p'in., nntl Holy CoTimunion ou Thurs- day al, Thosf .Interested arc rejiihidcil r.r tVe of Inn. Westminster Guild of Kiiox cnurcH'this evening, when KGV. A, Q .wlJl .lake llio tooic, "Our -Society a YrJln School." 'i lies-. A. 0. Bryan lake lo School." St. Andrew's Christian to- morrow evening, 'when a full 'attend- atirr Is v A Riiccia] inrctlng of Wpsl church choir, nntf who assisted in the service of will be heW al tho homo-of P. .T. Atcx- nnrler loniororw nfgtit. An esjcflally full atlcndancn Is.urged, arM -all are asked to he'sure and bring their music. Amons the many handsome gills rc- ccivert were: Mrs. "and the -'.Messrs. Morris, Winnipeg. ,i case of flat sil- ver; ihc grooiii7s firm in Winnipeg, ai Turonto. Out., March large silver "tray Mr.' ami Mis. John have beeii (oimd la tbe C. Palls, silver cake dish Mr. aud MIR. K, V. Valance, silver cake Mr. James Ytir, silver Loabon dish- es, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell McLean, silver Jardiniere Mr. ami Mrs. Krant silver vases >Tr. and Mrs., picture Mr. and Mrs. McGilH-vray, lianrt emliroiJereciJiueiis: Mr. anrl Mrs. K. Rlai-k, iilvfT cr vasp.5 groom's hrolhpr and Osiers, silver tfa'RfnifOj-rOalgaTi Jlpcahl- 'r Mr. and Mrs. Morris in. LethUidgc abont of '.April and viJI take up temporary quarters in Victoria Mansions until'their per- manent home in Htrnthcon'a Court is ready to occupy. portion ot the VToodWnR Hotef, since the discovery of "the two yes- terday afternoon. Nearly the is'liolt of toe second floor, where all the hott- ies Jiavfl been, found hue fcetn llioi- o'jgbly searched, and the debris turn- ed over. It is thought. liVefv that the unknown body, 'which Cirst pullocl from the md to tiave been Cobea, Is Charles Thuraton, a futil nt tbe hotel, wrio was thoutbt lo bare baen accounted for. hnmigration OfUtec dearie, Torwi- lnt two foieigu women, who Iravcllcrl from Niagaia. Falls, N. Y., Thomas in a1 box car, to slay in Branltord, where said tV.ry isliH to visit fnends. Should be Brought to The Foot Toggery For Their Footwear MADAME PAQUIN COMING TO AMERICA SOON TO SHOW REAL PARIS- IAN STYLES OF HER OWN CREATION Mmc. Pnn'Jin, the celebfnUil designer, who Jn htr cttablisliraent in BUG do 13 IH rnorc inaccesalblb llian many a royal head, promises lo ehoiv Anicrlrn Aomc soaA stylos nt (xhtbUloue of spring which the Is about (o hold In AsierKn. She employs over-two Ihoiuand Vie In ber estobllslimcnl and Mr (5 ttr.lie JK'O.dflU n'nriiully; A proper start in fitting means comfort all their lives WJ. Nelson Co, 620 ZrdAvc. S. Sherlock Blk. ;