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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 1010 THE LETI-innmfiK DAILY HRftALfc PAGE NINE There Will Be a Crowd at RYLANDS Tonight Wer have for a' b'ig time tonight alter supper. These unusual bargaiiis should crowd the Busy Store." to Us capacity. No mutter where you live in the-city -it will pay voii to take advaiitnu-o of theses At'cr Supper Specials. A A EX Sir rJUI A.L. LADIES SUITS oil sale mivy, scrse, silk, poullll null blnck and wliite chock, some ot our -choicest spring models, 18, 36, worth 111) to Tonight, Red Cross Notes SILK GLOVES, whito or black, 2H in. reg. to- night a pair.......... i NEW COLLARS, lot worth up to 7Sc, for OC! tonight only CHILDREN'S VESTS, with short sleeves, all sizes -ft tonight 3.3L BRASSIERES, lace trimmed, all sizes, for tonight only................ WHITE VOILES, 40 H. wide, fine even mesh, for Ot waists, etc., per yard PRINT APRONS, with string at waist band, dark color, tonight........ COMBINATIONS, Cuinry cut, something real good, p on Hals at OUTSIZE ViESTS, with short or no sleeve, extra day shirts, surgical slilrts, G T bandages; Miss WhitUv, 12 handkerchiefs, 3 many-tailed bandages; Mrs. Lagg, 3 T bandages; Mrs. Cnli, G.T bandages. AVash-cloths which have been knit are as follows; Miss palryraple 6; Mrs. Gilbault 7; Mrs.: Simpson 8; Miss Conn's class 19; Mrs. Gibson 19; Mrs. Watkins Flimer-3; Mrs. Cull ti; Mrs. Hatch 3; Mrs. LJllte 1; Mrs. Saimderg 4. "isgpodtesT Mrs. ICckBtorm yesterday on a short trip to Calgary. Dr. H. B. Stacpoole, of Cardnton, left England Tor Franco on April 17th. Ho Is u member of the RjV.M.C. Tho G. F. Club will meet on Mon- day afternoon at the home of -Mrs. CiilleHIi'ie, 62.'; llth Street. The Art Noodle Work club will meet with Mrs. Hall, Suite ti, Hull iiloch, on Monday afternoon. The Young Ladles' Sodality Kt. Patrick's church arc holding a .soda! on Tuesday evening in llie Knights ut Pythias Hall. Tlio music department of the Math- I eaiH club will meet .Monday at 3 p.m. i with Mrs. R. E. Skeith, 612 12th St. I a Miss .Miircella Lafferty has return I ed from a visit spent with relatives in Calgary. Mrs. Chas. K. Carberry will receive on Tuesday. May 9th I'rnm four to six at her home" llliS 1'lth St. South. MIKH Collier of Medicine Hat, will re- ceive with her. The engagement is -announced in Winnipeg oi" Miss Edith Gait, daugh- tter of Mr. George F. Gait. to Mr Frederic de Sieyes, sou of Comte de i Sieyes, of Valence, the niar- j riage to be quietly celebrated on Sat- urday, .May ,G.Ui. I r I The O. I. A. to the U. of L. K. are holding a whist drive in the Oddfel- lows' hall on .Monday evening, May j 8th at. and extend on invitation j to their friends. All members arc to meet in the hall promptly at 7.30. i i Report of the Travellers' Aid for the moixth .ut Trains met 165, people assisted 7G, .of whom IS wt-re young girls. Positions found for two women. .Conductor of train asked TravelleuV. Add to _ take, charge of three children having to stop over night. Children had no money. Trav- ellers' Aid took them to her home, then took them to train next day, put them in care of conductor of train go- ing Grist. Old lady, came-off train was not able to walk and Travel- lers' Aid assisted Jier. M. E. Cameron, Travellers' AH. The marriage of- Onilla A., oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Walker of Burden, and Mr. C. A. Eby, of Sydenham. Ont., son of Mr. and :Mrs. Cornelius Eby of Elm wood, Out., was solemnized in Toronto on April 25th. Rev. J. B. Francis united in mar- riage Mr. Robert Holmes and Miss Marie Kirkwcod recently arrived from Mossend, Scotland, on Thursday even- ing at Westminster parsonage. The happy couple were supported by Mr, and Mrs. A. large gathering- of members of the Woman's Auxiliary 'of the Anglican clergy from the city and district were present at a meeting called yesterda- at Paget Hair by the bishop of the diocese. Tlie purpose'of the meeting was to consider the proposed change in the constitution of the W. A. which wiil be considered at the annual meet- j ing, which takes place .Tune 1 in Leth- bridge. The meeting yesterday was simply to hear the bishop's requests In the matter, no discussion on the subject talcing place. The proposed change is in one clause of the constitution of the Dio- cesan "Woman's Auxiliary which that- "the, diocesan ahall be known ,as the. Calgary diocesan, branch ot" the Woman's '-Auxiliary to the Missionary society of the Church of England in Canada and under the control of the bishop." During the past year the diocesan board of the W. A, appointed a committee to- go over the constitution and report on proposed changes. This committee reported aa being in favor of this par- ticular clause, striking out the words "under the control of the and received the endorsation of the dio- cesan board. This change does not, however, meet with Bishop Pinkhani's approval and yesterday his lordship explained to the meeting that while he did; not wish to interfere In the workings of the W. A. or had never done so, his duty to the of in the diocese prompt- ed him to ask that the clause be left as it now stood, with the addition of the words "and to diocesan following the word Canada. The bishop further asked that a change be made In the program of the board meetings to the effect that the meet- ing should be opened by a clergyman if present and should be followed by a Bihle reading by him also. There were some la the diocese who were working counter to these ideas, but the bishop said he made these requests in what he felt to be the best interests of the W. jv., and asked that they be accepted without discussion by the. annual meeting. He had not been'consulted In tho proposed changes and had received no official notice of them. Constitutions of the W. A. in the dioceses of Huron and Montreal were quoted to show that all proposed changes could be made only with the of the bishop and a two-thirds majority of the an- nual meeting, loyalty to the church, its Supreme Head and the bishops and clergy was urged. The bishop further urged the diocesan W. A. to devise some means whereby tlie ex- pensed of delegates from th parochial branches in tho diocese to the month- Jy meetings could paid. These questions will be, considered at tlie next dioceSah! bpard' Calgary'Albertan. Mrs. J. .E. Mufrell-Wright was ..tlio attending (lite mflet- Ing. SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIALS On Sale 7.30 to 10 Only With these extra specials the final hours of our Great Anni- versary Sale will be one stup- endous rush. Satin and Velvet Brocade Ribbons Yards only, in Oriental designs, fi inches wide, for Panama (Hats, ties and fancy bags, regular per yard. On sale tonight, 7.30 to 10 p.m. Anniversary special, per yard ight, 7.30 to 10 p.m. Anniversary CQ Ladies' Fine Silk Waists 3 Dozen only, in the latest embroidered and 6 potted styles, all sizes to 42, reg. tonight jj-j JQ Anniversary special IMen's Shirts In neat pin stripe, well made, siiff cuffs, alt regular Anniversary special, each........... Ladies' Pumps and Oxfords In black and ism', blncher and button .styles, reg. to a pair. Anniversary special, per pair Oranges Extra large Eize, regular SOc. Anniversary special per doz.......................................... Jain All kinds, with Apple, regular 5Qc, 4 Ib. padls. Anniversary special 39c 39c Westinghoiise Mazda Lamps Size 60 and 40 Watt, regular 35 and tec each. Anniversary 'special, each Per box of .5 lamps Hudson's Bay Co. The committee iii charge of the Prisoners of War In Germany Fund for the Alexander Gait Chapter Daughters of the Empire, thank most heartily those who have contributed to -date. Every one iyho has assisted can feel sure that they are indeed helping and cheering thoae most un- fortunate of yrar In Germany. Seven parcels have been carefully packed containing the following artic- les: Fruit cake, condensed milk, can- ned pork and beans, tea, sugar, salt, pepper, soap, cocoa, Oxo, chocolates, biscuits raisins, tobacco, socks and gum. Donations in kind are most grate- fully acknowledged from: Messrs. Campbell, Wilson and Home. Ltd.. Mrs. H. Taylor, Mrs. W. A. Taylor, Miss A ah ton, Mrs. Oliver, Mrs. -M. Campbell, Mrs. Brooks, Mrs. well, Mrs. Sandbach, Mrs. Sherlock, Mrs J. G. RobertBon, W. If. Morris, Mrs. Peat. Mrs. Mrs.. Wm Stafford, Mrs Alvin Nalsmith, Mrt. Rylaoda, MM. Ken- nedy, Jim Robinson, Mrs. W. Rlplvy, j Mrs. D. A. Sampson. Mr. Teeple, Mrs. C. B. Bowman, Miss Bawden, Mrs. J. A. Jackson, Mrs. Church, Mrs. Penne- father, Mrs. E. A. Sharman, Mrs. Mc- Arthur, Mrs. Tripp, Mrs. Burrett, Mrs. Feat. Donations of money are gratefully acknowledged, from: Mrs. W. A. Me- Kenzie, Mrs. J. D. Kiginbotham, Mrs. N. T. MdLeod, Mrs. Hnbbard, Mrs. Kirkham, Mrs. Wadmore, Mrs. Hen- derson, Mrs. Wm. Heed, MIsg Cter- trude Harrison. Also a cheque for J1CO.OO from the Lethbridge Teacheru' Patriotic and Relief Association. BIG PROFIT IN 6AVING SHIP San Francisco, Cat, May American steamer Republic, former- ly the( German steamer Walkure, which was recently raised by a San Francisco firm, from the bottom of Papeete harbor, Tahiti, where it had rested orer a year aftup bctnif seJzed. by the French and sunk by shells from a German equadron, hoa been sold to eastern Interests for approxi- mately it was announced here today. I FOOD FOR FAMILY COSTS MORE Washington, May for fkmlly catfes lUthUy more' now than It -did a oco. for East Rev. Darter Ross, wno MB farewell -sermon u putor.of Baptist church last finndty, left for the east today. Safety 1LTAVE no fear of washing your fine linens, laces and draperies as often as you wish if you use the white, floating Ivory Soap. Its quality is in keeping with the choicest fabrics. IVORY SOAP PURE fntttr t Gamtit txuritt in Hmdllm, Cmtit I t I ;