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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Frlrt.iv. May 9. THE LETHBRIIMiiE DAILY Page 11 iids Co., The Sell For Less Store Sample Raincoats to on Sale Saturday _____ W .31 >nflOW MOI1MXR olfir JOJ uonly-flvo llsln- C MB al a J.siouui. The cojta ?.ro ix'iftcl In OUTJ two and nsjilc by the fcm maker ot MB- til Caiudj. II 'MS our good fortune to secure it ut grpat rtlicounl, aud KC Iho to u.'.Just Bl tbe Unit you will And thesis or rnlti.-i.ats lost service, tomorrow and sec we call iCi Jtd In thlt lot are Waterproof Serges, Parametus, Silk .th Crivenctlis. and tome TivetiJ style is shown -the new large Raglan Convertible cellars, ar.d many IT useful slyle features. All colors, grey, un. olive, black, navy i 32 to prices at J8.00, up to on Umbrellas Rubbers LADIES' TV ell- kuosvji Maltese Cross brand of. Ituktwri. lirigln, live rubber hoeli and tcca to fit any shoe; all slies to 7. 1'lione iu >our or- dera If jou cannot come down touu. Eura valuo onlj, l.adks' and Men's in'rjiit- eJ on all fcteel fr-jme rode, 'i'tit tojis aie n.ercer- atid look and Ijft- tcr Ihun filk. .Man> noicl itk-BE In handles. Values to On Sale MILADI EDITED BY -1NO" PHONES Orfce 1JJ4 Ret 111) What uiautr. if I a'one? I i he sears; My Wari s'ull whtru It U And irf f.ult of li The lidjl -V.LU CT time, i.or si I Cnii I 10 (be the >ea; nor aoi d> [roiu ice. Selling Suits at a Sacrifice For tomorrow we offer you any suU in iL.e stoic al one-third off the regular offer is for fv-uurdaj means buying suits at tost price, and in some tafics less than cost When jou consHer '.hat o'jr coal and eult department has always been noted for Us low price cut ebonld apftal instantly to those vrlio wish to save the (inference. A good stock ol iiavy tailored suite, now in, in- eluded lu this sale. Sheetings and Cottons on Sale BLEACHED especially flue 'juatUy of !m- [iDrtf-d longcioth, or wliito uiusHu, 06 uide. firm srid five irojn an oressins- The beet cotton wo sold for ISc. On sale Sat- 4 pip, ENGLISH full bleached cotton sheeting, 12. Inches islcto, gooil eft-cuff even ChruatlB; regular 35c quality. Will bo on eale Saturday until cleared out. Only 125 jards, so come along 36c. Sheeting, on sale urday only Ends of15c Prints f' Short ends of the best. KligHsh n.easuiing C from 7 to 10 yards, Mjht and dark de- f jJgiLB. Tlieee prints are the same as fold usually for 15 trjl on account of a small Imperfection in the printing, they are knoiMi as or On Saturday >our choice al over 500 yards at........ Two Hosiery Bargain Snaps WOMEN'S HOSE, Tn Mack onlj- sizes 9, from best Maco Cotton yarns, high heels ucid scam- ICES; rogillar 20c qnalit. Whllo they last Two Pairs for......_........ 25c CHILDREN'S HOSE ,V fino even rlbbsd hose, colors Wack or tan; a Eiwclal line worlb 25c. This line has ieen one of our best sellers, and for urday only, any size to pairs for.................. OOC Drapery Bargains To-morrow We arc making sjcclal Drapery Offering for Saturday only- This offer ahould benefit all those are anxious to brighten up thplr homea it a coit. We include ecerj'thlng in the wiy of window drapsrlee, anil orlngB, cottage and nsts, creionnns, mudraS, acrinis and art sateeas. As o-jr stock all neir this aeaeou the valuta are excDptionally good. Thfs offer will not ho rr-pealed- littler the dlfferonce for Eomolhing else. Men's Shirts and Socks MEN'S slilp- mcnt of those fine cambric Ehlrls we placed on sale tivo ago, Thte time tho pat- terr.s and niRterialg are better thaa Somo neat stripes on light grounds. Not a ehlrt worth less than All sizes up to on. sale 85c CASHMERE SOCKS Men's black fino all wool seamless Cashmere pocks. Sizes 10, and 11 only. This !s a. special purchase made direct from the manufacturer a in England. Oar regular selUng price 19 35c a pair. Saturday's FIVE PA1H3 ff 1 nft for............. a I ,UU A Word About Our Boys'Clothing We ate closing out o-ir stock of clothing until we can secure a better and higgrr detriment for the proper display of it. 1C yon bring down >our boy tomorrow we will fit him up in one of our nifty American mado suits, at practically coat We muftt have this room for other purposes and htvo reduced the prices' for a speedy clearance, suits for IJOJB front 3 to 16 years. RYLANDS CO. Selling exclusively Nemo and Warner's Corsets and Ladies' Home Journal Palterna MicS probit officer for Albert-i. viho is reglste at I he l.cthbHdee, Icatfcs for C tari tomorrow morning. Mr. Mis J It. Darlington an- uctmtH itiu ciiKJxoutiit ot iLelr cst daughter. to KUw J. H. rauncb. iho manlike to lake the lluM wi-tk in Juce The t-eioiid uislit class In domestic ecleuce iOiapleiti] Its loane tiling, when sliOfteJ Uieir apprtclttUon ul Miss urn's uullr !ug etitrf.y anil in i' behalf l.y i-rtsrintlng a shorter of and a 1m of ton bor.s jiui oi) b> ['jy.-s lUrtmh afler which Ihe dLBiiU. ".mi ut j.r.: uud buttons uas in eriu Hulh Uroun obUliuii VIUQ ringing In eletf1': i.e.- sdioSi ames got K: rlnn Ine, and 3Jr. DouaM irnrj ,x to credit. Sav- nii-i-ty puj e-re avaardtd tbt- gtcoi.'l rouie for af.'jfbt There vias DO of ths Wo- ncn B Chic Club vos'.uuav. no um being pretext, but iK- executive e Mr. and been K. U l-ishpr, win net and transacted mote In.o tliclr flfcv. r-2tMt-i.cc at Third St., ncit ueek. Mr. Noimnii Kins, of Swift Current, Is expected In ULC Otj to spend lie uoekend hb sister, Miss Marion Kins Mrs C. Leader, who leases saori- :iy to summer lu the E.wt, honor t of m enjoyable euchre matinee. which claimed MTS. Biirnard as host ess jtsterday. Potted plums were ef- fective, and talks uere In Mrs. Wood and Sire. Bas-r carried off tbe trophies, while Mrs. Kta? wa- awarded tbe consolation. A recherche menu eerveii by the hostess, she was asflstcd bj .Mrs. Btauy, Mrs, Perry -and Mrs. the ueatner a large number ot called on the occ-Rfiion of Mrs. A. C. last day of the icusin Potted and scarlet car nations were liberally in evidence Mrs. Saundera in silk net and gold trlni while Mrs. Packard, who as- sisted In rtccivins, was wen ring a be- coming blue costume nith touches oi white. lie tei table centred nitb an Ortent.il basket of fruit lied with scar- let ribbon, shoners of Ecarlct carnations vrere used v Ith plcas'IuR effect. Mrs. Clarke poured tea, and Mrs. Zettel cm tb0 ices, Mrs. wore Al'ce blue silk, and Clarke fia imrorled gown of heliotrope and white. The tea hour dainties were served by Mrs. Williams, and Miss Bertha Scott, while Mae Packaid made un attentive door attendant, gouneil In a French dress of blue silk. Tbe Hudson's Ha> Co. den- died twenty-fire trees lo tlub, and hese will be'rlante-1 ,u rte soon 35 Eaisfactoj-> T.orJ is ifcelv- ?U from Ihe Parka ai.ii Houletard? couimittte, tho clut IH undertake other flork'at Ihe icirs-ii-ry. A grand prize o( a silver cap, to le competed for amiualls, .illl Le ghen for tbe uf. a Inking into'-coisidi-Mtli-'i YcgetableJj flowtrs, etc. First ami second cf acd nlll be for tbe Wsl ktpt laun, and similar prizes for the COHeCtlOU Ol COlJl! tors must enter tljp LeTore July 1, and tlie -Aill be doce by experts between liie 1Mb yr.d tbe end" of August. .In this way the Woman's Chi il; aims to siiinulpt-e ii eatutlfjlng the cliy. The Howcr Guild rosU-oned tbel: i-lsit to the hospital this nfterr.oon am will KO over and flowura on Mond.iy Instead. 'Tfif is badlj n need of funds io carry thfm i until the garden, fiowers come in The is a most laud.ible one and suttly the co-operation of the tuizen generally should go fortii lu th :y in it5 work of lo.u in carlu for the stranger, who is sick our gales. Brnall will b gratefully received by the c the society. Pore "In faMb. aiid boin; tlie world TiHI UEi agree, liu'.'all mankind's concein is cliarlt) All must be false Uiat ihwart Ibis CD great end; And all of Gofl, that bluss n.inkind, o mend.- 2000 NORWAY Yearly reports presented the meet lug oi ihe ouici.il loartt church las niglit at which T. 1J- i'errj- sided. __ .All -'departheuls showed IJ circuit'to be in shape, and tl ihinlster, whet, lie comes in Jui will everytlung in r.eariineis ic work.'Both Westminster and appointments jjitsenteJ gratifying r ports. Tiie Ladies' Ai-i raised S471-3T ai Lave iS5.G6 on hand the M. raised J12I, of vihkh J115 se to the central hoard; there are active and" ore associate incmbi U55 wrre raised for the Connexion fund. The Sunday school Us 31S on the roll, including the cradle roll. Altogether the school'raised oi winch tSO 75 v.as for missions. The Lpwurlh league raised JG4.S1, ot which ttns :or missiong. Messrs. C. Parrr, B. McClurc, R. Tiffin. J. li- firaj, A. E. Wealon, Have, by the generosity of The Hudson's Bay Company, been planted in this city to-day; now watch them grow THE XOUXYAY IMH'LAK 1; ci'iicotlo.l l.y all expert Xursoiymcn to the iiardii'si. the most rapid ami in every way the most desirable variety of Tree for this Soil and climate, and [lie trees plauied tntiiiy will helji in iioMiinll measure to make this eity, if not the niusi, at lensi one of the most beaniifnl eilius in this Western-Country. Xow, hoys and set iind jfivo your trees the attention as instructed on tho litlle eanU jiresenled to your tree and let us sec which one of von i-im obtiiiiv the best results. Special price concessions on Children's Wear, as aavei> tised in yesterday's papers, will be in force till 10 p.m. Saturday night at THE HUDSON'S BAY STORES gypt. is rower in a mother's because-tt Is lifce (Jod's. "Takej be child anil-nurse it for me" Ttat' have to do with It. 14I will y jo'jr -Oo3 a good i3hlert What wlH God bay if you il In your lUist? A proiUable discussion follovied the jicr, a iileaMng featLve ccrurr- J In the arrival of Yeoman-, probation officer for Al erta Miss Yebmans Vias askeil to her opinion on ihe vay to deal a rtlsobedicni ctiilfl. She adso- ated punishing elapjiioe, and the rule of not giving a cliild anylhlag lie cried 'for, as children e co often spoiled orer-l She staled that mothers, happmt-ss? Mighty il truth bt told It is jyst as that loo man} ion arc unfit fnr marriage through. lii same CJUEO, lljouj-li vihcro a man i irisurcs bis lite lo ti.e uifej she may he certain tliat he is in fairly good health or thp insurance would nut tate his risk. II health certificates ir.'-istod upon hplorc nmrrlagt could '.as thi be olitair.nl, U.cre Le mail} fyr uhich the 'Mrs I must Le held responsible Man's is a thmg apart, 'Tis woman's vihole existence. Such, itidecd, it was good ,dj1s day, buE now, thanVs to ile- itideifl feminist nioiemcat, this pret- i hit of scnlimentalily is as dead doctrine ut infant damnation." mure happ> ''WOMAN'S E.MSTESCL" "Aa large number of waiKLii aic last Icarniag tliat the royal roail to is not to liecause these en- SEVEN SENTENCE SERMONG The hwring ear alwnyE found close to the sptaklng ometimes .appeared eelfiBh. often I in marriage lightened UOULCCI attamed to rought up splendidly unselfish child- ren by being firm. Yeomans is particularly inter- ested in nork among >oung girls, and made a BtliTliiK appeal for tlie who had no chance. SUe. urged on' Iboae vie a en f tbat God had them'iu happy and healthful jiiEnt, tn order that they might now help t'he girls by at least giving them a charice to rrmfe-e good. Mrs: Cook served tea nmi cake, n unique Mature at a regular c. T. U." meeting. It en- joyable on the wet, cold afternoon OF INTEREST TO WOMEN ANtf HAPPINESS one thing above all others that a man does aiid should demand it a yrifc it :c good health, t how. many women enter rnarn- ilh that first re'tiuisile ol mart- this point oi is not io be inter- preted as any prejudice on thc-ir part agair.sl marriape as a ne- tcisaiy ar.d valuable his'.itutkn. More, perhaps, tbau any other wo- men they respect its traditions and hcmor its essentially loHy pur- ist1, its sole motive loi e-istei.ce The crecil of these women is the that if one cannot find haupinesi outside of marriage, one maj never hope to find it m mar- riage. They do not believe in bring- ing up their En xhe ridicu- lous dial- happiness ipclletl aiid destiny M-A-K- -J-A-G-E. they Kev. C. and I Grant was very pleasing. to the restrict meeting with John fprranre as alternate. The election nl society ar.d other were deferred EIGHT MEN ENGAGED ON BAL- LASTING GANG BROKE FAITH WITH THE CONTRACTOR Iff Vi iidngar, Mav rs engaged hy a contractor bal- r Hit AMcrsyde branrh ol the I! arrcslcd l.cre jobs in oi .rl- fan.e t.crr from T ffi.. 'Kijs a no be only another nime for loss of 'The Friend.' Of lame animals, I fear most the flatterer of wild anlmalE, the slan- derer. Aaou. Be good, sweet Timid, and let who will be clever Do noble things, not dream them, all day long: And so make life, death and that vast forever One grand, su eet song.' Charles Kingsley. These women reinitiate that oft- A Rood name is rather to be chosen quoted bit of early Victorian senli-Uhan great Soap Guarantee .of Purity with every 5c, cake. :The sun never sets on Sunlight Soap. Used ..in every country in the globe in preference to common soaps, because it cleanses the1 clothes more thoroughly at half the cost without injury to the fabric, wash day. liist trv Sunlight next The nantt-LEVER'on Sosp'U'4-Gaa'aiitee c( Purity and Excelletxo J) ;