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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LCTHBBltfGEPAttY HEBAtP Rylands Sell It For LCM To-morrow will be Your Last Chance To Corsets at Factory Prices To-morrow we clo-jc tlic most successful snlc in the history of this store. the store was tied ith corset buyers and the past clays hundicdb ol others who had heard of (his wonderful -sale fame to scenic their share of this factory's cost price bale. Come down good chance yet for paily buyers. L Corsets 65c B. I. Corsets 90c B. DGorsets B. L B. I. Corsets 1 L Corsets Best Quality Floor Oilcloth 33c Well seasoned tloor oil-cloth, wide, that sell for -iOc a .snuaie vard, will be on sale tomorrow and Friday at 7 cents a jard less Good patterns t v Heavy Scotch Linoleums. 55c _ qualltj best Scotch Linoleum, ,2 yards at cents n square jard, fn stead of choice IbU of In Jlglit unti dark grounds r A >i Brass Curtain Rods for 18c _ >fr 25c j-ods, every on.e of kind tluE extend out to't feet, brats ball ends and for 18c _ Every Small Rug at Cost A1 clean up on. even smal] rug in the store Kveij nig of Ihe Ijnest equality We're going outtpf the rug business for good DOOR .S6c 90s. STAJR CARPET for S5c STAIR CARPET for 75o BEVRUQ8 for reb- thii. moraine, and lepulsed them, 1 to telegrams received here tonight by 0 P Brown, Mormon busi- ness agent here, V. Homnej, head of colonv Accord ing to the tejegram, which did not en ter details, the .rebels "looted the colony of whatever they deeired -Tha colonists mobilized and drove the In- vaders out, MHing oue of them Meal time No Alum No brings delight when ike biscuits have been made with j BakingPowder A of Tariar Baking PowJer Made from Crapes MEMORIAL TO FIRST MINISTER KNOX CHURCH WILL HONOR THE MEMORY OF REV.CHARLES McKlLtOP Knox Presbyterian Church will orect a; fine new manse for their minister, Rev. A. CI. Cameron and family. This was decided at a meeting oC the con- gregation held last when Messrs. A. B. Stafford, Alderman Ad ama, and Hugh Macbeth were.named as committee bjf the con gregatlon; while Messrs J E Ter M. Aitkeri and W. 'L. Mackeh- zfep were elected by the .Church man- agement, to cooperate with the fore going The new manse will erected1 at the corner of Fourth avenue and Twelfth street, and will ba a modern structure in respect The new manse will be in the form of a mem- orial _to the late Charles McKU lop, the pioneer minister of Knox Church, whose name is'a. household word with everyone here. Before the meeting laat night vpl tary subscriptions in the neighborhood of flOOO were handed in to tha build Ing fund. WHO WILL GET MR. MABEE'S JOB? JUDGE LENNOX AND STAUNTON ARE ACTION TAKEN AS YET Ottawa, Maj lie mailer ot the appointment of a Miccrssor to the late Judge Mahcp liab not as jet en- gaged the attention of the govern nient. Twa names mentioned in con- nection with the vncancr are those of Judge Lenbo.v, rccenth appointed to the Ontario bench, and J. I.ynch Staunlon, the knoun Hamilton lawjcr Mr Mncll Ktannton ib at present acting on the commission which is looking into the cost oftne National Transcontinental tailwaj He has'represented the Ontario gov- crnnrent on questions hefore the rail- way committee of the commons af- fecting provincial rights. HAILEYBURY GETS IT Toronto, May an agitation extending over loveral years to.cap- ture the new county -seat for the district of Temlskamlng, the choice has fallen to CAPTURED ITALIANS London, May gover- nor of the Turkish island of Rhodes, where Italian landeil a few ajo. tele- graphs: have won victory I and have captured Itaf- j laliB." Hostesses tomorrow Airs. R. U. McClurc. Mrs-. U. Wallace. Mrs.: W. J. McCambly. Not iece.iung tpmorron Mti h Moth Mrs.. Frank Hedley Hiss Tillcy MoKcen, of Calgary, is usiting Mrs J V I.ut7f, 1214 Ihird avenue A south Mrs! C. C. C'raSB and two children accompanied by Mrs. K. B. Stone, of Calgary, left., this .morning .for Long licacli, California Inspector and Mrs Uest cxpecl to leave next Wcfincsdav on a Ihree months' trip to thr Isles Christine, the daughter ot Mr and Mrs. W. F. Nelson, is ill with fever. Thpir many triends hope for i spcedr retoverv. Miss Haldvvin, of Paisley. Scotland, and Miss Patrick of Montreal, ar- med m the citv3 this morning en Tuute ftr'VnrUss', Orcgo- Vh''e in the ciU the guests 01 T Stanle) Kirkham will enter- tain at a card partv on Friday even- ing in courtesj to Miss Larson, ot Sask., who a house guest with Mrs. Hcssey y 'I'hcir manv friends will he sorry to karn, that Kathleen, the little daiiuli ;ler of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Colpman, is ill vuth scarlet lever and that their home lb again quarantined Mrs. ,1. F. Hamilton and Miss Ad- dv cipect as their (5iiesvs their mo thcr, Mrs Thomas Vildv, 0, the disbursements Icaung the neat balance of fH3 10 on hand Billeting were arranged, and Mrs J B Murrel-W right w as commissioned to inake final arrange mcnts for His luncheon -to be_served the delegates on thj Hire? Jimo 3, 4, ind rith at the Aleiafidra committee, composed of Mrs fi Shaiman, Mis' Salmon, Mrs H Uenllej, Miss Bawden, Miss and Miss UdiabSin, was appointed to take (.barge of the reception, will be tendered the delegates at the rrctorv on luesdaj evening, June i. i_ A committee to meet the tram will 1 e formed of I B G R Tinning, Mrs Nimroons, Mrs Ingram, Mrs and Mrs II Bentlc) The jucsts will he Ueiited to ,an automobile nrte on the Thursliaj cning, the arrangements tlw Icing left in the hands of fto I 15 MurrcHVriEifn Mrs G R Tinnim? ami Miss Daw- son ttcie the hostesses at isstcrdaj'1! meeting 5 f Hie 1 adies' society of the Fifth "y1 Baptist churchy 111 meet Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock ai the home of Mrs Cam, 627 16th St N' ill ladies lonUall) urged to at- tend. White fwan Yiitt are always m groat demand 'or miking, as they freih and iinlii uied Your jrocer suppllw In 5c packsgo containing ealttf. Send for free sample Spices Cere-ill. Limited, Ontario. MR. THOMPSON'S FUNMAL'' Montreal, The ments -ror the funeral of the late F. Thompson will not be made 'or eral Talk of a successor centres ani .the name of Mr Black, who prominent in the affalrB of the vie Co for some years. lt iugd STRIKE QUICK AND Paris, Maj 8 Oenaral Lyau tej, the uewlj-apoolnted govsr- nor salted this at- ternoon {rom on board the cruiser Jutes 'Ferry for whence he will proceed to Fer According to 8toneB, his orders are quick and striko hard WILSON CARRIES TEXAS Dallas Tex, Mas from all but Ik of the 431 Texas country comeutlons held show WoodTOW Wilson more than en to Suts con- vention on Mai 25 Returnj this morning Wilcon, 350, Harmon, 149, and' Clark, 43. COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA i i Is rich in food yalue and easy to digest. :Jt k ..Cocoa, pure ground from 'the "cHoicwt Cbaw Nuno and Docton BcnMtnd ili me in Moan of IB Keatfa. m Do YM Seamless Hose Is Worth The Money -No Other Kind Can Be "V For yourself, or your household.'only; Pen-Angle Hosiery! Because this is the] kind knit to fit without a fitting comfort, longer wear, las no bulges This is the only hoiii made that really snugs in dow" and shapely to every curve of the foot; and hasn't'a yet you> are not nsked to pay more for it'than you have been used to paying for the t kind. Rill-Fashioned Seamless Man, woman or child, Pen-Angle Hosiery will fit you better and suit you best, whatever weight you and whatever color. The store you trade it keeps it Just look for the trademark. Ponnuuts Limited, Paris, Canada Underwear, Sweaters, Hosiery ;