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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THB" D.AILT HBBALP THURSDAY, MAY 14, A Splendid Showing of Girls' Summer Frocks W now w, showing an of Dresses Child's Oi-eises.'misdi1 from Prints. Per- 50c, (J5e, 75c up to Childs' White Dresses ized in medium priced dresses. Sizes to ut girls from 2 to 7 years. Prices C1 CQ range from T5c to Girls' Colored Dresses Girls' Colored Dresses, S io 14 years old sizes. When "say our range this year is better- than ever vou will expect great values anil will not be disappointed. Pure Linen Dresses are the leaders. Ask to ree Our girls' dresses are priced trorn ffiQ CQ "M UP to Girls' White Dresses MILADI last day- Choose now Dresses as as brand nevr stock. Girls' Middy Blouses 'Girls' Underskirts "White Muslin with embroidery .trimming, very serviceable, sizes front 2 to S years. These have the waist attached Mce............ Girls' Drawers A special lot of Muslin Drawers embroidery trimmings, sizes -from 4 to 12 years priced QCn frbm 50c up to----.... Ww w Girls' Underwear Girls' Gauze. Vests 20c. Girls' Gauze Conibiaations 40e to 60c. Girls' Gauze Drawers, black or white, 25c to .45c. Ail sizes in every line. Girls'Straw Hats Right inside the front door you see the -largest showing of Girls' and Children's Straw Hats in Hie city. Tho prices will sur- lower than you usually pay. Rylands Co. I T1IK MOTHER She never Uvjchfd, with skilful brush, (lie caavas 'I Anil left a picture that the world might praise Or with inspired lingers flu tho toy- board, Sent down an echo through the length oi ilavs But ente with eyes tear-stained, yet loiikiiig upward, With amiliiis the r'd, Desccmlins l" Ulc valc shadows, To brins a iittle newborn soul from Ciod. I She never sang a song o! joy or sail- In dear sweet tones to make us smile or weep; j Her voice, too weak to win tuc; world's approval, I Was only good to hush a babe to sleep. i She never penned a book, whose glowing pages 1 Might Hit'us tip and help us in the "fujht: Bui day ty day she sought, with i loving patience. guide two little stumbling feet aright. And yet, mayhap, when .at the gate oi heaven She God looked at her and smiled With hand outstretched, His Kind -voice spoke a welcome, To It the mother oi a little child. Stevens Freer. Hostesses tomorrow ?lrs E. Mrs. James Qienister, 1221 Third Ave., S. Mr. James Glenister is a visitor in Medicine Hat. Mr. J. H. Tahor is spending a few days at Gull Lake. Dr.-F. II. Mewburn was a visitor in the citr yesterday from Calgary. Miss Katharine Dunn is entertain- ing this evening at the home oi Mrs. R. Howard Dobson. Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Green motored to Medicine Hat this morning. Mr. and Airs. Bryce McKay are EC- Ijoieiue over the-.arrival of a daugh: ter this morning. _____ The Busy Store (Continued on pas6 TIM IN N- IUUJH III il> Batileford, Sask., May H.-i C. W. Speers, general colonization .-iuii.n i f t QIC. Uaent for the Dominirn Government, representatives ol fchft settlers up thc Jtatfchewan, British Columbia ami the: great west tnc ]ast eighteen Dominion Government, as well as: years.- He was still speaking at thc representatives ironv the ihree rail-] adjournment for lunch. I way corporations the Western Can-j j add Colonization' and Development opened in the collegiate hell this morning. Maror J. A: Foler welcomed the visitors to the- city. In speaking REHEARING !N JOHNSON CASE Chicago, 111., Mav United States Supreme Court of Appeals to- day granted a petition of District-At- he declared thai Western Canada was j facing a great problem in attempting to overcome the depression which .was generally admitted to exist. "The urban districts have appar- ently i Roue somewhat beyond the point they should have he said. X. G.'Neili, organuer of the con- vention, told the delegates iha.1 dur- ing the past few years a great, many organizations, diverse, had spent a great sum oi money on colon- ization projects, and the object oi j the gathering vras lo see what could i 1'jC done towards consolidating i forces and making their results more! effective and less expensive. "Our oh-j he said, "is to endeavor to draft a policy to employ all these .organize them into a solid body, so that'a line oi activity, pre- conceived, co-ordinate and aggressive, may be taken." I-ic claimed that as individuals the men oi western Canada had reached as yet no conception ot building an empire. Colonization, he said, was not all that was necessary, but the colonists alter they had settled on the land should bo looked aitcr and assisted to become good citizens, by the organization of co-operative live- stock companies and similar tilings. the reason for calling wiikeraon for a rehearing of "J several of the counts in the indict- ment against Jack Johnson, the negro convicted of violating' the Mann White Slave Act________ HON. RICHARD OLNEY Former Secretary of State, named by President "Wilson. as Governor ct the Federal Reserve's Board. Though tlie appointment is regarded as etiua! seat on the U. S. Supreme Court, Olney may decline. He is 73 years of age. -Pi JMI Buy the Best when you buy table T for your homo. When your selection is -SOftrTlaUthal Weart" quality bciuty cf dnignire both assured. Mtde in the heaviest emde of plate, hence its j wonderful MM >r'.iMUum Absorbs the dust and saves labor in sweeping CARPETS Cleans and brightens LINOLEUM without scrubbing. Most Sanitary .method of sweeping WOOD FLOORS Contains antiseptics to destroy germs and pro- tect your health. "NO MORE BUSTY FRIDAY ALL GROCERS Retusa imitations; insist upon DUSTBANE n iDirr P TA LLAKKt IAJ. THE LADIES' STORE Friday-Saturday's Matchless Bargains Mean much to the woman in search of seasonable merchandise for personal or house- hold use, at moderate cost. Friday ami Saturday will be two days of brisk.sellhig, for you can bc-kire that such splendid money propositions as these listed here, won't have to HO a-begging to be intked tip in short order. And the exceptional character of this store's merchandise will emphasize with particular force the splendid economics in these low priced ofler- for lio mailer how low the price the high standard of quality is always maintained. All Trimmed Hats Worth up to This Friday-SatunlliS' Hat Sale IB ono of the outstand- ing features of this bargain event. It's clearance .time for all these trimmed goods and every hot is includ- ed regardless of value or oi'iginal'Coat. All are smart, becoming of the famous Fllk or other leading makes, aircoi- ors Included, shown In a var. iely ef some sixty odd stylts, suited to every type of face So take the limit aud do notfail trt profit by such savings, and values certainly warrant our expectations. Best Print and Gingham lie for we fully expect a crowd Regular 15c values Best En'lish Prints and Scotch Ginghams which are considered extra value In every store at 15c per yard. Shown in an almost endless variety of patterns and colors, in stripes, checks, plain and neat floral designs, every one guaranteed fast dye. Newest French Crepes me Regular 35c value. v 4. brand new lot just to hand this week. just.. 'the thing for waists and dresses and cheaper than similar goods can be bought for later in the se-son. Shown in plain colors of white, skv and and newest stripes in blaek and white s-ky and white, and tan and white; inches wide, wonderfully cheap. Long Lisle Gloves 35c _ Splentltcj qualitv hsle in all ladies' sizes, white and black, two domes Little Beauty Waists 35c Worth up to 50c Waists suitable for children from two to ten years ol" age, very strong and durable, splendid filling. Hosiery Sale me Regular 35 and 40c values Excellent qualities tlml never teen able to sell during previous at less than 25c even at sale regular prices have always been .3Sc. to ,40c for the Identical Qualities. But-.we bought them away under value and .pass them ou to you for' this FrIddy-Saturday Sale at what they cost. Fine ribbed goods in all sizes from 6 to 10 inches as well as bestiality cot-', ton snd good hose in black, tan, white, and tan and navy polka ladies' sizes to 10 inches. Cambric and Longcloth lOc Regular 15c and 18c Value. A specially selected lot taken from onr resu- lar stock on sale for the two full days, or just as Ions as quantities last. Shown la full yard width nice even weave, good weiglit cloth. Our regular value at 15c per yard and hotter than you'll find in most stores at that. New Brocade Silks 75c Regular value. 40 inch widtins in veiT attractive-designs, splendid wearing silk, soft and clingy, shown In colors tan. Copenhagen, navy, lltlit and dark grey. A silk specially suitable for. or dresses and the best bargain at the-price we have had this season. Wholesale Distributors Soiled Vests lOc Worth up to 50c j; A collection ot slightly-soiled vcsls, drop slilches in a 1'cw plrt'ccs: remarkably cheap. Corset Sale 95c Regular value Exceptional value corsets in mod- els suited to all figures, sizes'18 lo.28, splendid to lit and wear. Sateen Petticoats Worth up to ..Shown in black piilly, cut in Tiar-- row' width, splendid' (jiiaiiiy black Konian satin, lengths 3-t to '12. Satin Underskirts SI.95 Worth up to A new shipment of this line just tp hand, including all Hie wanted colors such as paddy, cerise, black, sky etc. Two Big Sale Days in Ready- to-Wear Every new Suit, every new Coat, even- new Skirt and Dress in" the newest nncl most attractive styles of goiug at remarkably low bargain prices for this Friday-Saturday sale. Just read this news of the exceptionally liberal reductions and figure out the saving. Not one garmenfis reserved. Many new lines just to hand this week are included in this two day sale. Every Suit in the store is included in this ,salc and you can pick'and :choose from the choicest garments of the season and deduct one-fifth from the regular price lo make it-yours. Handsome plain tailored styles as well as latest novelty effects with drap- ed or ruffled skirts and coats made with drop shoulder. Colors navy, black, tango, Copenhagen, tan, etc. Lovely New Suits 20 Per Cent Off A most attractive showing of .latest models just to hand this Most Attractive Coats week by express, including, the most wanted styles in the new ripple and Hare coals, many of them lined ilirOugh.vot; plain cloth and brocades, colors Ismgo, mustard, new blue, navy, scarlet and novelty mixtures, all made with drop shoulder. 20 Per Cent Off Another Big Coat Sale Some thirty odd new Coats In this sale lot worth up to In three-quartern and some full length; suitable for women wJio prefer the. more staple nrul serviceable styles to the novelty effects. -Made of liure ivool diagonal worsteds and serges, In navy, grey and black. Sizes for all. regular, proportions as v-ell as biR women up to H. All Skirts and Cloth and Silk Dresses 20 Per Cent Off A decisive clearance of those new garments with, out any reserve whatever. Dresses, of pure wool serges hctlfordu, Panamas and brocades as well as In plain shot' and new moire effects, and In every Imaginable color. Skirts In.tlio new tunic and draped effects, colors navy