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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, May THE LETHBRIIJOE DAltY HERALD WHY WE ARE ALWAYS BUSY; WE SELL IT FOR LESS The, Rigid Corset is No More! lllfi sense of freedom 'J. that one has in one's if it's the riglii vortli every eft'oi t; luiu' mitdf- lo get the pro- per'Jilting. It you are shown a hard, oorsely don't take it price. _ Oome to and be shown a Warner's B u s oof stayed Avifcli a JJexible-bon- ing mat eajln'ot1 or break, but Lends witlHlic bpcly.'and docs .sup- port and accurately shape figure of the season. We guarantee a Warner's to .shape fashionably ,1o lit comfortably, (o wear long- 'or Ihtin any other corset, not to rust, break or The maker is hack of us in this gnar-' aritce and a pair doesn't make good lie wants it back. Ask to sec the new Low- Bust, Long-Sldit 'Models. Every pair ths splendid "Security" J275 Rubber Button Thousands of Yards ofiNewSum- mer Wash Materials VERY DAY'S oppress brings, something new to tntj-conier 'stoie Tuesday received a beautiful lot of white summei mateilalB'that should meet, with your Idstant few- of the verj latest Itf summer COllpREo'EMBRdlD. VOILES SWISS MULLS FANCY MARQUISETTES Girls Gauze nrn Lulc Drawers flu Summer weight gauze drawers for glriB -from 4 to li years old, snmll sixes 25c, larger sizes -30c 8Gc., lu white only, 'lace Short Sleeve ir Cotton Vests UC Short sleeve and no alcove style, lace trimmed, ,gootl n'ml- Ity Eeyjitiau cotton; sixes 3-1 to !J8; 50 dozen to clear at this very low price. Find Ribbed Combinati'n ullu Sizes 'to lit small and. mod- ium sizod women, extra quality lisle, In fine rib, close filling knee; regular 75c, reduced for Thursday LaceTrimed E WHITE- ,WHJTE DRESS LINENS .WHITE COTTON VOILES SPECIAL NOTICE TOMORROW IS YOUR LAST CHANCE T6 GET A FREE DRESS 1 BUY A DRESS AND WE, GIVE YOU udC gauze .drawers, wide at knee, heavy lace .trimmings, sizes 34 to 3S; larger.'sixes on sale Thursday ColoredSilk Lisle HoseuOu Inns, grey, mauve, corii, holio, sky, other shades; phiiir and luce designs worth up to Wide Pure Silk Ribbons A lucky purchase1 of 50 pieces of 5 inch pure silk ben, actual 2nc; ten dif- fereii't shades; all one Fine Swiss Flouncings 'Very -scarce in the wholesale- .trade, .we. have several dainty.dp- signs in 4j in uoimcmgs, suit able foi diesfaeb etc Muslin Pil- low 20 dozen English cotton or muilln pillow cases, 11 inches wide, 38" inches long, regular 2 ic value, reduced for Thursday 15c fflc MILADI EDITED-BY "INO" Offle., 1224 lie's true to true to man. iLtlnCS'KUUCll I.Ottcll Hostesses lompriun Mr [Uticlt, a piofcssional golf plavcr, has been engaged' uv the Countri Club to take charge of the local links anil also lo give Mrs Morgan and not again thib lion in the art ot golf plaving Mi season. I Not luoiuiig tomoirovv Mis X 0 Iluttou Mrs. A, Hamilton, but on tlie llarrctt will commence sioaal duties at once. Ins profes- Mr ski, vvho won the gold intdal at the icccnt examination in fourth Thursday anil not again until, Edmonton lor his violin achieve- ments, A ill make his first public ap 1'carance in the clt) after his return from (lie noilh at the Overseas Clut autumn. S1-S W J Arabtosc is piogicssmg favorably after hei recent operation Mr Jvdvvnrd J Sehl able to be; down town ycHterilav for the first time since his icccnt illness I.orpa, Hie little lUughtci of Mi and Mis' J F Simpson, it ill (onccil, which ilav, 21th will be held on Kri scarlet fern and their home is Hnrney, intiricd, noc: s" At fuo o'clock" ycsleriia) afternoon, the solemnized in Knox ihurch of His Christine Romthon to John Ilavykin Rogneby, ol Rev A G officiating, Mi and Mrs will reside ot Barnev Cameron rtogncby Mtt> Ihllib'has moved [rom her [or net icsidrmc on Road to 12UO Sixth Arc S Sir Hugh, I.artv ,aiul Mlsi Graham, _; Montreal, attended Then Maj- stic's' Court at: liuckingham Palace ast inght_ 'Ihp ilate of Chosen Fninds' dance _n the K ol P hall is Thursday, lay Ibth, and not Mav 2drd, as was tenth staled vestirda) 'Ihe Ladies' "MTar socielj of St Jlr and Mrs C A. hcllcy are Patrick's thu'reh meets this evening upving the home of Mr and Mis Tat the presbvterv homafc P Yuil, while Mrs Yuil is where she will remain At the Congregational parsonage b) Hev A. R Srhrag, Olive IreneT3tem- Lergher and-Eduard IIenr( Blum were marneil on Mondav evening Mrs Ilium left on the even- ing train tor Medicine Hat The) w ill res de in 1 cthbridge Calgarv Alberta. Clubs'and Societies or a couple tif months Mrs 0 T Latbrop and children to.l.i) from an cvtended vis- it Santa Momra, Ca! Thev were iconipanicd home In Mr Lathrop, ho went as far as Portland to meet lem. i ui li; Miss Birdie' Garrison ant] Mit.s rnst, of Halifax, N K are expected the ciij shortlv on an extended Mrs .A ill also spend time in the ountains hct'qml returning east Mi D M Christie, ofrthe Bank of ontreal, has been transferred" to ancouver Mr Chustie has a host will; regret his dcpar SI Paul's Fust Lutheran church will hold a service tomorrow (Asicn sion Dav) at the home of Rev U 1501 Sixth Ave S at 8 p 'Ihe topic "Initiative" "was ablj taken bv Mr Pcicj llartlev at Christian Endeavor "last (vvhen the attendance was good" The Teacher Training class met immeiliatelj after the En- dcaVor qouolv St Cyprian's Basketball team will meet lor practice tomorrow evening dOjf aster .vijFilh a business meeting will bo held tn members are requested to be present HEAVY VOTE ON MONEY BYLAWS Today the of Lethbri-dge are hieing frfemsehea to the polls to vote on the general money nylaws, whjch are before the people .More m Is bejns taken than wag ex- pected, and tie convenient positton of tbe South Lethbridge m Mayo Hatch's office, Is causing th number-of votsra to be'much larger than take advantage of their franchises on money bylaws So far as any street talk goes, tbe will pass with an'overwhelming ma Jorlt; The polls remain open until aoven and are nine ballots to he counted, tbe result will not be known till a late hour. VW Haii you must care for it. If dandruff is pre- sent, first eliminate it by usmg Na-Dru-Co Dandruff Kradicator for three or four weeks, then tone up the scalp with NA-DRU-CO HairToniCMd Dressing1 This valuable preparation is absolutely free -from coloring matter, or from any chemical that can affect the color of the Halr'iu way. Its is a that is as beneficial as it refreshing Na.Dnl-Co Hair Tonic and Dreiiing ami Na-Dru-Co Dandruff EradU cator are put up in 503. and fl.oo bottles. Ask your Druggist for them. OeUMMl and Chmiol Co, of Losing a Good Man At the adjourned meetlnj: of Wei- Ie> "Vlethodiat church board held Ilii evening, W W Nesland, who for many years, has been an active offf- clal of the church tendered bin resign ation, owing to the fact that he Is shortlj to leave the city {or Calgary, to assume tbo position of purchaaing agiint for the C P R there Mr Nee- land has been connected with the A R t I In this city for many years past, and his removal to Calgary is a distinct loss to Wesley Church The members ot the board last night paid Mr Neeland a wajm tri- bute for his interest and help in the affairs of the church To iill the re spective positions held hy Mr. Nee- land in the church, the following gan- tlemen were elected M K Kuke, on music committee; as member of the commit- .ee, and B n Hoyt, as env elope atev ard. Church Reports The various reports of the church presented i ev oalcd -encouraging re- sults The Sunday jchool reported a total enrollment of 2G3, with "the'itim of (000 raised during the vear, the average attendance) or scnolars being 150 In the Einvorth league there are 28 active members, who have falgcc a total o-fvtl.4H.20, whlje the Women's Auxiliary disclosed an 6( f.-ar cent, over last year, with a mem bership of 35. The work of the1 Lad les' Aid was warmly total being 78 Twelve meetings vveic held during the jear, and lha total funds raised were 38, being a gratifying. Increase tbe previous year. The financial statement of Ihe church as presented by the treasurer, W. A, Mamliton, showed steady prpgpaas in thV work of the rhurch Tho work of the Sun day school was warmly commended. Rev. ,T. P. Perrv occunlnd tho with 0 D Austin as lecordlng steward. The ff CT U will meet on Friday aftcrnooniat four o'clock with Mrs Thomas Tljlor, 1226 Third Vv'e S to arrange business matters with re- gard to the coming Institute 'Ihe Women's Missio: First Haotist church vyill re while wishing; him cverv success r th.e CQisf. lip vvi'l he succeed ed hy Mr Palling, of Moose Jaw H Driggs, of Orassy Lake, and II T Cherry, of Winnipeg, formerlv of LMhbndge, came up from Great Falls lasfc evening and later Iclij lor Grass; Lake Mi Cherrj will be la "the cilj again tomorrow Augustin's chuich will celebrate its fifth anniversary on Whit Sunday, Mav 26th. 'Circulars with, a short his-lor} ot the church will be distributed to members of the con- gregaton The-ie contain an excellent'llc'lf' SQOn as cut 01 (lie -irupnal church, as it ap- During White Lawn Dresses Superior quality fabi ic, dainty modeled with net-in sleei es and trimmed1 with Swiss: Insertion 'and' 'embroidery. to Washing Dresses For Afternoon Wear In striped linen and giugbami, some KTJ noxel from C 1 ft M to 9 I U t English Repp Skirts The ItlnJ that buttons from top to bottom u front, Is the most pop nlar atid easiest to------------- lauTHlrj Washing Skirts in Plain Duck or EnglishvRepp from The Latest Novelty in Man-Tailor- ed Shirt Waists Perfectly plain Tilth set-In sleeves, soft cloth an.d French ciuST is the correct style foi present near, In range pf> fane) white.yestjngs 01 striped linenette- it rfssj t style of Peter fnt p atittMje, t Hudson's Pay I J birthdciy social tomorrow afternoon at'three o'clock Each person attend- ing is eipectort lo hrmg ib man) ctuts, as_ siic is vcars old i sion Board this jear' nas so tongtegationsl meetini li ht Circle of the tlut the. Miasipa wily h'dd ,lDout .lunf 13, short ot scll-suppoit The vvc'eks ago, in arc, A meeting was held in tteitmnurrr thc 5ear church last evening, at which the" Icrship, 21 clarmir fot self-support next vrar, so that fhc mission now pasHs over tb the status a circuit. Vccording to the roll book during nrre -admitted, lo n.em- ii-ired in 1887, and anothei of church as it is now the Jn the list of successful candidates at-the examinations of the Toronto r _. by letter am( 17 on pio- jouni; l.idiei decided to form two of faith" teams Practices will be' H 'removals, making a grounds can be ncl of 38 ago there 'the illness of Kcrs mcmhrrs, thc total member- Sins Karns, vvho was appointed novv is 116 agcr, Miss Jucics will act as- her' substitute The vote on cnuir-h union stood as A busines follows Hoard, qualified voters, afi, for union 2S, against un- 1'aslof P.' Societv Represe Meisrt 1 summer in the east GOING TO OSHAWA Hov. B. B. Sayles; of Brantford. has aecspted a cmll to .Oihuvva church. .COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA b good for Growing Girls ud and they Uw iL II ooumhci Ihor Me bodn ud nulwi uVm IreaWiy nod Cocoa, H you fit it yout factr, is til i >t Cow. Yo> (Jit Cowtn't CMot? .Sanderson, ton; L'rquhart District Visitors Mtssis Hoult, Birnarrt, Clurr jnd Jonei ri-Offlcio liupt lorrance, Supt "white's S 'A RJ MeClure, President Aid. Mnf R. Uuigmann, F BMW-' prcs.dent M S Mrfc W I'.J Miss M liutlci president A! president YOUB( Killam firesi- Class, Leonard Clais ,Iones, Simm Wcscott Fnvclope Sttvi Percj Htrit-1 June (ith, the delegates will be treat- up membership of 3? Epworth] fj'cconlmg George W.'" j j ,1 '-favior i' While progress Is diitinctl) n 2, memlicis over JR vears quali-jj turned to Lcthhridge and expects to June 3, i, "i and 6. j Westminster Sunday school show? On Tuesday evening, Jimp the I nn enrollnirni of 348, including'cradle itertaincd at the ro" -'ni1 depaitment White's visitors will be reetorj, ami on .Thursdaj evening, school ,40 The'W MS has a June (ith, the delegates will be treat- up membership o ed to a motor ride around Ihe citv, i-cngnc mcrihuihip II aflci which they vv ill be the guests o( Mccilscs of CS ileighci, I C F "P Cony'hearc, KG. D C I, I nnd W Wrsiptl as local P C'onjjiearc, at Rivcrview f-imnt nnd W preacher? vvcrr vca.r Mi continued anothsi 'Ihe foutth ineeting of the Quarter- ttcr v f rmeo ,'TO mcnts of the chinch indicate steady >mt TOrreirin this: capaq'lv, for jtUic progless liectiipts for the vear to- palt of four tailed 01 this amount thc utmost sntisfaciipii _AIrs W P .'r1- I.adies' Aid socicllrs raised Alejtnilcr wap appointed as While s Ladies' Aid raising j3e (0. cessor Wcstn.'instrr Rundav school raised 571935, including 2S bj the Adult clas-s, White's Siinda) Westminster W.M.S. raised llpworfh League SOI 86 The mission also toibrd 21 for conncxlonal IUIKIS nnil pive Jiiio sri to missions; tllc fieneral Mission fund, Iho entile siippoit of a native pnstor in support of a child in SasU, India, jml to- w.uds support of ,1 mlssioiuiv "in JalMn grant Iron: the General Mis Volts of thanks were (endured (o the ictirini; choir leadci, (o ihe tA U C to tht letiring recording Mr Wm to tbr retiring GecTfttown.-PEI, The M -Mri 4 IfcGec ihe copimltted 'Suprtme Court N While ihe 'to jail, Ihe' ae emooB .wn, (nvelone Shaw, und'1 twed '4 to the iwstoi ami ;