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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 19H THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HER A Mi PAfiB NINB Ir r Corset Sale at Rylands Ten per cent off every of new Nemo Coi'sels In the store. A to start in wearing made in America. One lasts a year. An introductory offer gopjj for one week only, beginning.May ''4. The only .week in tfac year you can buy "Ncnio" Corsets at a reduced price. Save Week all Over the World-Beginning May 4 Model No. 319 Reducing Corset, for short stout figures, with confining bauds of Laehkop's Webbing acioss A hips. Slzea 24 to 3G 94iU Model No. Reduclng-Corset, full figures, long lastlcurve back, low Model No. 306i For slender and medium medium bust, long ekirt with tic in-curve back 19 i 10 26. at Model No. 327 For; stout.or .full figures, new reducing feature, Ions skirt, low bust, sizes 24 to 36 ff M CA Price................. 94.OU Ith elos Model No. 403 Self reducing Corset with Relief for short stout .figures, low bust, long skirt, sizes 23 to (PC 3-1 Price 5 Model No. 212 Made ol staunch White made fcr solid.service, yet grace- ful and stylish in even Hne (EQ 10 to 28 size, price Model No. 403 For extra stout -people, sizes tip to 36 has relief Hands, low bust aiid under arms; Jong skirt; one of our best selling num- bers Model No. 512 Two sets reducing bands of, semi- webbing, -producing a slen- .tier effect Vhen standing, but Iiv- aiii'es plenty of roc-m and coni- fort when seated. New elasti- curve bach. Sizes 20 to 30. Price This is Nemo Week at Rylands You'll be intensely interested in. our Nemo Week showing of all tlie latest ?femo Cov- set models. You are invited to tliis gieat Nemo Week celebration, when ten models will lie introduced. You Benefit by Nemo Week If you will devote enough time to seleet the' oest model suited to your figure, then you will always have corset-comfort, and cor-- rect style at a very moderate cost. Mail or- ders for Nemo Corsets will be sent postage paid this week. Rylands Co. Corsets The Sell For Less Store Warner's Corset Mil ADI THE WIND Itying from t the craggy haunts of ami pine, Thou wild wind, bring, Keen forest-odors from thai realm of thine, Upon thy O wind, 0.mighty, melancholy wind, Blow through me, blow! Thou >blowent forgotten tilings into my mind, From lonjj; ago. Todhunter. For it stirs the blood in an old man's heart, And makes his pulses fly, To catch the thrill of a happy voico. And the light of a pleasant eye. P. Willis. Hostess tomorrow -Mrs. J.' B. Murray, U04 Sixth av- enue South, for the last time this (sea- son. Mrs. C. J.'-Bclistorm has returned from a trip to Seattle. Miss Edith Jones left yesterday for Spokane, 'where she will reside in .future. Mrs. John Gilmore is week or ton days with friends in Cal- gary and Didsbur> i Miss Florence Roes, who under- went an operation for appendicitis recently, has gone on a trip to the coast; Miss Lois 'Prowse left this morn- ing for; Vancouver, where she will spend the aummei Miss Isabel Gibson left oil Saturday on a trip to Detroit to visit her-sister. She will visit friends in Medicine Hat, Minneapolis and'Chicago, en route. Mr; and 'Mja. Cecil King are receiv- ing congratulations on the birth of a' daughter yesterday. Mrs. King has been the gitest; of her parents, Major and aid Mrs.. Hei fill ILL EI1914 Needed to Sleet Demands Tax Increased London, Eng., May. George, Chancellor of the Escheg_uor, introduced lite sixth budget In the House of Commons today aOd esti- mated the deficit tor 1914-1915 at Adding certain charges not included in the budget, lie show- ed that it would bo necessary to in-1 now income tax rate will be gradu- ated to a maximum.of nearly 18 uer cent, and the death duties.-t'o a. max- imum 20 pel cent Tho chancellor; also announced a plan to reduce the tax burden on im- proved piopcrtj m proportion to the amount spent for. Improvement. The Chancellor declared. he oropos- ed to reach Englishmen had in- vestments jbroad in older to escape the income tax, and he said that the death duties on estates would undergo a graduated .ncrcase maximum would he 20 per crease the for the coming by StJ 000000 Mt f loj d George plans lo la se the money bj nnlirnl iilitease in inc.omo' and the death Neglect is the Cause of Gray Hair charm ily Corrtcted Ifou Only iatr nlfli G iy iiul faded Hair cliaim as nothing of hgr rich lintronsMia dcstioya a else will do It sccus n bhan e that any oman should Buffer tho amioyanco of hali When It IB so to restore It to i s color Hay S Hair flcalth Is so simple and city to usa Snd so sure in Its results that no v.otria> can afford to overlook it It Is not a uVe Juet a 1 oal that brings new ilfo md vlanr nnH that natural healthy look to tho srlslied acijp and holr rpots tuiufi the original natuial color of tho hair. It removes dandriiff. Your money will uo refunded to you If It ftills lifter 'a fair tilhl 5100 f.0c .re Itjit our sloie Sold and locommendod by I O iiothaia ft Llmlttd, D t d f 15 tent as at present J The Chancellor estimated the crease in from thesei changes is fo lows Ordmarj income tai 000 investments abroad sup eria-t nOOjOOO dtath duties settlement ot estate duties 000 loUs from sources is Jdi.OOO 000 This leaves QOO 000 to he found Chancellor pro posts to take 'rora tnc sinl "g find Surplus Ljddon, Hay 4 1 his" doficll the said, makes n6w taxation under which :clief will afforded ithe irnan who mprovos his property. In proportion lo HIP amount ho expchds lo this 'lid. These 'proposed, grante of relief .0 teMtiflU I.uifiMMI public health, and. construction entail ah additional expenditure by the exchequer of Kilpatnck Allowing a margin, of ive shall have .to raise a to- tal of about "To meet this 'we propose a revi- Mr. and Mrs; H. Parsons entertain- a number 'of: their friends oil. Fri- day evening at': their cosy home, iu Hlvervie-vv. Bs-idge 'was played at the favors for .higli scores being won bv Mr' T Ashcroft and Button consolations xient to Mrs Weifcei nnd Mr T Ash croft. After the.serving of dainty re-, at the card tables, a piano by Mi Button and songs from a were en- joyed ,vmtil a Inte. iioui f 'Anyone .passing the Lethbridge Tennis club grounds on. Saturday af- ternoon, saw a. pretty pic- Iture of-enthusmstiO: racquet wield- ers. The courts all the afternoon ,and the light frocks ,of. the girls .and flannels oE the: men, made one think that sum- mer had arrived, indeed. Although the courts have not yet heeu formal- ly opened for the season, an im- pioriptu tea had been arranged Mrs A. G. Oliver as hostess Those noticed "were Mi and Mrs A G O'ner "Ml and AfrE R T Bljm ner Mr and Mif J R r Kinnej the Missej, VcCoIl fcmlth Henderson Bu charian, 'Kinney Downer Tripp 'Jaclrson, NlmmoUE, Hanrahan, -I3arassin and Messrs. Efltiy, Robison, Seaman, Rosen- roll. Gordon. Lloyd JlcArthuv, Whit more, Cocrj and Jiidse JacUson. sion of the income The existing Master Leigh White entertained ab- out thlrtj of his younj friends at Ills tat on unearned incomes, tip to 1J" Twelfth itrppt V Nmth on 000 a year will remain unchanged. On [Friday eienm0 last on the occasion 'incomes between and ol his Thirteenth the tax would he 10 (d. on the pound J sanies Jiad been nlavecl SILVER POPLAR THE SILVER POPLAR, conceded.by all expert nurserymen to bo the hardiest, the most, rapid grower, and in every way the most desirable variety of tree for this Western soil and climate, and ijie 2000 trees which will be planted tins week will help in no small measure to make this city, if not the most, at least one of the most beautiful cities in this Western country. As we anticipated, the store was thronged all day with pleased and eager shoppers. Take this opportunity tomorrow to get a few trees for "your lawn or garden. Each department has good news for the thrifty shopper. One Silver Poplar Tree with Every Purchase Not More Than Five Trees to One Customer Mrs. A: Ol Cameron will 'receive for' the first 'time in tho McKillop Memorial Mah'se on 'Wednesday after- noon, when her'mother; Mrs.. McLar- en will receive with her Mr. Pimm, wiio underwent'an op-" cration at the OaM hospital recently is. progressing favorably He resides at the corner.of First Six- teenth St., N. won hy Miss Margaret Kerr and Mas- Ceri-Fred Ingram. The children were then.jmy'stified by Mr. G. {toady, who -performed with sleight of hand tricks and'.did some clever conjuring, wbich the "'younger ones thoroughly appre- ciated. The happy time'ft-as: conclud- ed by refreshments being served. Arn- were the following: The Misses Iris :L'ockwQOd, Maud Stevenson, Dunsworth. 'Hazel Stevenson, Zcra Amy Moodie, Jean Lakie Helen Bryan, Martha Scott, Maggie Flinn, Mariorie Burris. Eva Pearson, Margaret Kerr, Myrtle Gillies; Mas- ters Wade Hidpath. Jas. Wilson, Jack Scott. F. Ingram, N. Bernard, Bert i Davies, Cecil Bains and Allan Walton. The Montreal Chapter of the Imper- ial Order of the Daughters of the Em- 'titre are presenting a'-Jportrait of his Royal Highness -the Duke 'of Con- naught in the uniform of the Scots Greys, of which regiment 'he is hon- orary colonel, to the Montreal Art iMlle. des Clayes. .who has been in Ottawa some, time, hss Just completed the portrait and re turned to Montreal. s Nine bishops honored the luncheon hour at the Georgina House last week Toronto, Columbia, Athabasca, Sas- katchewan, Moosonee, Edmonton. Al- goma, Qu'Appeiie- and Keewatin to speaic their lordships in ecclesias- tical parlance. and hy the name of th released from the customs in slight, iiiediuni and stout figure models, priced at and The liont lacing principle fust originated tlie Gossaid Co has accomplished much for the comfort and convenience of women's dress, Ol even greater importance than tiont lacing, howevei, has been the geniiib displayed in the actual designing and making ol ftossard Ooi- sets. So outstanding and thoj'nugh has been this work that they occupy a position so command- ing that they are now regarded as an inter- national vogue. Regardless of cost, every Gossard Corset forms to hut one standard in style, workmanship and weal-ability. The price you pay indicates your pre- ference for a particular model or material. to WE GIVE PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO YOUR AND HAVE AN EXPERT FltTM TO DEMONSTRATE THI M.ODEL SUITEn TO YOUR FIGURE, ALL FREE. Miss M. E. Oamerou, Aid, tends in the following report for the month of April! 152 trains were met and 101 per-i sons, of whom 11 were young glrli, ircrc assisted. wert fauna for three girls. A woman, who had -lost her Tea- son, was taken of! the trajn bridge. The police asked tho help at the Traveller's Aid in uecuUj a room and care for her and a two year- old child -with her.-The XtmR ler's Aid took the woman and child to the train next day, a> they irera on their Way to their honro.tn isli Columbia, and put her oil tbil west-hound train, asking tho tor to see that' she got OB the. at Macleod. The president of tie Edmonton TC. C. T. U. informed tho 'Traveller's Aid of a young girl, who was en route to Great Falls Siw was met, taken to a room and to.her ttftlfi at nine-thirty the next: That tlie city should establish an emplo.vment bureau where idle men reliable- -information 'as to the condition of the labor market fiom tune toLtime, is the opuiion ex- pressed by the Lethbridge Trades and Labor Council >n a letter to tho commissioners This organization al- so; reminded, -the commissioners of the pre-rleolion promise to have in- serted in all uty contracts a covering the union rate of hours and wages, and'a suale oE tlie prevailing wages was included m the communi- cation Ihe council this morning passed a resolution that the request 3 be studied earnestly with view tn compliance Routine business tool up the mamdcr p: -the time tnornlng, and m tabloid was as follows. The Postal Liora.rT 'of promoted by the Postal Librwy Lea- gut, Was endorsed. The street railway mea'i oosununt- cation regarding changoi In tteil agreement mth the filed A request from the phians -ocietj, asking that they ba granted the use of the bandstand at Henderson park one.night ton the'holding o( serrloen, 'vm and flled, and "tto! sooiety notified that the commisslonera could noil grant special privileges to any soci- ety, h t that thev did not object to the holding o! services at the park The revised capital estimates tot the- year were approved and referred to the city solicitor with instructions to prepare tlie necessary'bylaws to, cover the same. Authority was given to hate pub- lished 5000 topics ot a letter written by Mr Maple, a recent scttlnr IB the district regarding the advantages of ered here, to be distributed as a, ;ract and the cost to be charged to the publicity department estimates Mr. McNicol, manager of the fate board, waited: on the council with a iroposition that the Vtooman pto- lerty be considered ai a inaikct site, and if taken, the taxes to bo eliminated and the interest on incum- brances paid by "the city, There being only four lots in the propertv, and the cost being exces- sive, the commissioners decided that in view of the fact that the plebiscite had already been advertised, it was not Vise to accept the proposal. Tbe aquatic association gianl- i-d (500 toward the erection of a boathouse at Henderson Lake. Mayor Hardlc was authorized to proclaim Friday, May 8th as a civic holiday. STEAMER WALDO SAFE IN PORT May steamer Wnido, whtefl In trouble off Msnltou Island in n.11, arrhed at Lakt t' ;