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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MAV 15, 1914 THE LETHBRJJDtiE OAILY, PAGE NINE Ry lands' Special Saturday Snaps ft la characteristic of these snap sale announcementB- that they, con- tain BOinetulilg o( intei est f i (.m c% en section ot tills store. The selected must be of klnde and desirable and priced so lou that equal cinnol be Imd elsculiere Tnke tUs an example. Nowhere will you got such bargains as are being offered1 here SILK LISLE HOSIERY t4 THREE PAJRS FOR Not the ordinary kind, but KA- DIII.M. The kind you can buy only at- Rylaiids. Colors white, tan and black only. WARNER TO f-4 ffi CORSETS nWW Odd lilies andrdiscontimied num- bei-s of the famous Warner Cor- sets.' Tins is an offer.out of the ordinary. .Mostly small and medium sizes. VOILE WAISTS FOR A clean up of dainty waists worth up to a new lot of roconucl chlffona and crepes, sizes from 34 to 40 only. 35c COMBINATIONS FOR WOMEN Fine cotton mesh Combinations for 34 to. 38 only. Only five dozen at this price. A One Day Sale English and Anderson Scotch Ginghams An extraordinary sale of prints and ginghams usually sold at to ISc a yard." Here's a chance to buy materials Tor house dresses and frock's for tho kiddies. Not a poor pattern in the entire five hundred yards. No more than ten yards to a customer. ALL.LINEN GUEST TbW.ELS FOR Finest quality of Bleached Huuk Lineup This low price on these towels is confined to Saturday only. Regular value 35 and 40c a pair. GAUZE DRAWERS Another five dozeii lot of those Gauze Drawersjo go on sale to- morrow. These will be picked up quickly. WOMEN'S BALBRIG- GAN' 'COMBINATIONS Tlie best wearing underwear money can "buy. These com- binations come in short sleeve imd loose knee style. Sizes 36 to 40. On sale lor one day only at this price. "CUMFY-CUT" UN- The kind that, won't slip off the shoulder. Three or four differ- ent grades will be on at this very low price. Lisle and cot- ton materials. Choose From the Largest of Ladies' Wash Dresses in the City Brand new dresaes bought, in New York, right up to the minute in style. Ttaoy fit gracefully, look well aud wear well. Some of the on view in our window. Ton will be surprised at the extremely low prices. Something' -tow as "wuilft priced from up to S5.00. 10c YARD WIDE 15c. COTTON Two pieces only of this fine blenched long cloth. No more cus-- tonier. if" 25c CHILD'S .COLOBED LISLE HOSE....... Silk Lisle Hose in. pretty shades of pink, sky and Aviiite. -.Sizes 8V; Tills rssular 35c finality. PURE LINEN TOR- CHON LACE 5c "NON-RIP" SAN- DALS :AT The last lot of those wide Ger: man Torchon Laces will be .'oii snle tomorrow. You will. -find values in this lot up to loc a yard. .Cluldren'.s guaranteed non-rip Sandals, in small sizes at medium and large' sizes Boys' Wash Suits Here Dirept From the New York Factory Another special showing, of .'these "UTTIiE Suits for boys from two to seven years. The materials are plain linen, whito pique and percales. The minute you see these suits you will agree with us that they arc tlie finest lot of boys' wash suits ever brought to this city. Prices range from ?1.50 to ?3.00. Rylands Co. The Busy Store MILADI Edited to "INO" Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 Water. In first Section'. .into the .first ..section of the ditches of Reports from north city j he Southern Land irrigation Hate that the water will be turned .scheme within two weeks. ____ DUSTBCI7NE KILLER Absorbs''the dust and saves laborin sweeping CARPELS v; Cleans and brightens LINOLEUM without scrubbing. Most Sanitary method of sweeping WOOD FLOORS Contains antiseptics to destroy germs ar.d pro- tect your health.. ALL GROCERS Sefi4se imitations; Campbell, Wilson Home Wholesale Distributors TO MARUAHET ISLINGTON How like the artist skilled with brush or pen To limn the shadows of a cily's ivold, Dost Ihoii, by mien and poignant unfold The darkling mazes of the hearts of men. My soul in its self-centered citadel Of dull, smug happiness had stayed concealed, Until thy swift compelling art re- vealed Me servile to the cunning craft of hell. Then first 1 felt unseen soft hands unwind The coils that bound my soul tp class and creed Then first I spurned the bends of sex and And loved all lowly, unloved human- kind. J. D. Logan. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Smith and daughters leave tomorrow for Medi- cine Hat, where they will make their Future home. Mr. J. B. "Mulhern -went to Cal- gary yesterday on a short -trip and Mrs'. Mulhcni went as far as Mac- leod, where she will visit for a few, days with the Misses Dixon. A very interesting event on 'Satur- day, afternoon next at Victoria park, will he the .university of Calgary track meet, which is open to the high schools and colleges of southern Al- berta. There are a large number of en- tries and the scene promises to be very interesting, with the young ath- letes from Mount Royal college, the Collegiate Institute, western Canada college, Okotoks high school, Leth- bridgc high school and the. varsity compcting in' running, jumping, throwing the hammer, pole vault-and so Herald. Mrs. A. A: Smith and -Mtsi R. J. Gordon, who leave, tnwn; shortly, were the raison d' etre of a bright affair held a't the home of the form- er last evening1 by the Art Needle- rk club. Six tables of euchre were in play, Mrs.' A. Hall and Mr. Cow- an winning-, the whilp the consolations- went to -'Mrs: Gordon and Mr. A. A: .Smith. After a re- freshing menu had been served a jolly little hop-was guests. Mrs. S. B. Mitchell entertained at cards yesterday-afternoon''-in cour- tesy to Mrs. A. A. Smith, who leaves tomorrow to reside .in Medi- cine Hat. Two1 tables of five hundred were in pretty favor being won by Mrs. F. W. Downer, while the honor guest was presented with an exquisite basket of sweet .peas on behalf of the Lethbi'idge Flower Guild, in which organization Mrs. Smith has been an active and ener- getic worker. She will be greatly missed in the society. Very delectable dainties were-'.-sery-: ed by the hostess, who. was assisted by Mrs. Mcllis, and additional guests dropped .in. Distinctively successful .was rthc concert put on by St. Choral society in St. Au- gustin's parish hall and to Mr. Brymner, who trained the: choristers, unlimited praise is due for the excel- lent results accomplished; The chor- uses all displayed evidences of splen- did training, and the whole progratn was one, which greatly .the average qoncert program. v Mr. and Mrs. C. F. of Cranbrook, baritone and soprano so- loists, simply captivated the large audience, and the applause was mpst enthusiastic. Tim progr.ani' in t'uli was as fol- Joys of (Jeibel. .Bass Cracker John, Mr. It. Cooper. Soprano Slave Song, (Theresa del (b) Big Lady Mrs. G. F. Stevenson. 0 Hail us Ye Free (Ernani) Verdi. Harilone Dis Possenti (b) Love the Pedlar, Mr. 11. J. 1-1. Skeith. Soprano Autumn Song (b) A Loveliness, Miss Kuth Freeman. Baritose If I Were King; (b) A Summer NMght, Mr. G.'F. Stevenson. Come with'-the .Gipsy Bride (Bo- hemian Balfe. Duet Watchman, What of tho Night', Mr. Skeith and Mr. Brymner. SonR of "On Jhelum IlivcE" Amy Woodfurd-Flnden (a) Soprano soIo-r-Ashof) at- her lattice; Only a IJluc "Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Stevenson. Greeting tb (Blue Strauss. Bass II. R. Cooper, Nep Good Night 0 .Vallee. The accompanists were Mr. B. J. Clarke, Mr. R; T. Bryjnner, Mrs, fc. F. Stevenson and Miss Freeman. Af- ter the concert those taking part en- joyed a social hour, when inviting re- frt'siinujiifs were served. The Women's Civic club met the Y. M. C. A. auditorium yester- day afternoon ana decided not to open the Girls' Rest Room until some time in August. Two entries for the lawn and garden competi- tions have been from North Lethbridge and-more entries on both sides of the tracks will likely be forthcoming later, as the matter is still .open. No entries have yet been made for the beautifying of vacant Ibt.s. between 5th St. and 13th St. and 7th Ave. ami 9th Ave., and the Civic" club -would: like to see this mat- ter taken up by enterprising These competitions .are a valuable step' in the "Lethbridge Beautiful" campaign and receive energetic support. Ii St. Cyprian's iW. A. met yester- day and decided to put on a grand concert in the Conservatory ol Mu- sic- on May 28th, at S.30 p. m. Tho very ibest talent .will be secured, Siimn and Mr. G; E. Fieining, ami the event prom- ises to lie a success. A good attendance marked the meeting oi the Central W. C. T. U. at. the home of Mrs., C. S. Farrow yesterday'afternoon. Very feeling ref- erence was made to the sUiuien dentil of Mrs. Miller, who was superintend- ent ol the evangelistic department, and sincere sympathy was expressed for the bereaved husband and four little ones. Delegates to the convention in Me- dicine'Hat on May 20th and 21st were'appointed to include Mrs. Me- Clenagban, Mrs. Dieselh and Mrs. Mitford. Jliss Forman gave a very fine talk on the work, which has been organ- ized among the foreigners during her stay, and the W: C. T. U. feel much j encouraged. Her visit has been of j inestimable benefit and though she leaves next week for Calgary, the work will lie continued on by "the six city teachers, who are giving their time and services to the work for two evenings' each week. Their labor of love is most "praiseworthy, and much good will no doubt result from their zealous efforts to do good to others. Miss Tilrifey's Great Reduction Sale Of Millinery and Fancy Goods Sat. May 16th, 1914 And will coiililiu'e until dip end ol: the ALL TRIMMED HATS HALF PE TOE STAMPED LINEIfS, ETC., HALF PRICE TLDWEES, FEATHERS AND RIBBONS AT QNE-THIRD OFF Come early SUM} secure Bargains. 81.7 3rd Aveinio Soutlu Values That Tell of True Economy For Saturday Shoppers House Furnishing Specials For To-morrow's Selling ENQLISH BRUSSELS CARPET, fawn Persian effect 27 inches wide, small figure. Regular IMPORTED FLOOR OIL CLOTH in dainly green tile design, heavy; two yards wide, Regular 40u....................... SIL.KALINES, one yard wide, dainty blue, rose, green and tail colorings, regular up to 25 cents, for................. ELECTRIC Canadian A. H.50 value, fully guaranteed CO REMNANTS OF LINO AND FLOOR OILCLOTH Ono'Half Prioerr- Reg. 50c sq. W Keg 35c. 4 "f 1 yard for.....CvG yard for J TUNGSTEN Lamps" a :wMte brilliant light. 25 ,32c; 15 vvfttts 39c; 60 .watts, 49c. Clearance Sale of Ladies' Burls' Oxfords Tan and black Famous Gun Metal, Vic! Kid, Patent Leather, Russian. Calf, with and without caps, turn soles, high 'arid, low heels. All. tho newest lasts. Sizes to All widths in the lot. Reg. values ?a and GIRLS' VICI KID OXFORDS, smart style witU patent tips and spring heels. lieu------ ular for...................... 99c LADIES' VICI KID SLIPPERS in strap styles, one and three strap styles. Sizes QQfi only. Regular 53.00, for MEN'S and tan in a. wide range ot styles. All Eizes. Reg- Oft ular 55.00, for................... BOYS' BOX CALF BLUCHERS, strong boot for school'and. holiday wear. OQ Regular ?2.50, for MEN'S nen- models, smart tweeds, Regular J16.00 and values "yij for........................... MEN'S TWEED AND WORSTED neat patterns and colors. 'Kegnlar CO IK Su.50, tor MEN'S COTTON HALF color, with: black Bplicetl heels and toes, regular 25 cents, for BOYS'S K1HAKI wear splendidly find'are eftsUy wartied, very cool. OQ Regular J5.00- Specials From the "Quality First" Grocery doz. for............... doz. Tor dozen SMITH'S JAMS at............... 28c 42c 24c 75c OQft per PINEAPPLE, large size, 2 for CLOVER LEAF SALMON, tin..... WILTSHIRE taking piece, lor. 20c 4zc 19c CORN, PEAS, OR BEANS ASPARAGUS TIPS two tins for HUDSON'S BAY "SEAL OF aUALlTY" 241ft sack ....75C 49 ft sack 98 Jb sack Fruits and VcgtUbtcc daily; all reasonably priced Specials From The Wine Section '-McEvnns' Amber Ale. per the famous English'- Lethbridge Beer Tonic Case-of 2 dozen quarts.. Guin'es's'-' Stout, per doz. Case of 2 dozen pints .70 On Sale To-morrow in The Ready-to-Wear LADIES' SILK 28 inch accordeon pleated in every con- ceivable shade In shot effect. The most per- fect style for the present narrow "Jf style dress skirts, worth 45.50..... I LADIES' WASH SKIRTS ill English Repp, white, tan. and linen shades in the lot. These are slightly soiled which accounts for the excep- tlotially low price we are ankiafr. ft QQ Regular 53.50, for............... I iwO A Rousing List of Specials From the Dry Goods 15c HERCULES ribbed, makers' see onds, regular 25 cent quality per pair LADIES' clearance of some daJnty lines that are worth up to 50c. for........................ HEMSTITCHED very upecial line, our own import, per dozen WASH with daiuty pearl buckle, special.................... BUSTER BROWN popular line in ail colors.................... SUEDE grey aud Nel Hose, 4 C_ 40c va.lues, IwC 29c 14c IOC SILK values, lisle garter tops and lisle soles, hlack and tan TOURIST' clearing lot 10 cent values....................... LONG LISLE GLOVES In black, beaver, gl'ey and tan, regular 50c............ PRINTS. AND dainty, range colors and designs'at 4 4 iL, per ZM BATH linen, red band OQft large siae. regular 50c.................fcWW TWEED DRESS GOODS ill shades of 4 Oft grey anil mixed effects, C5c. ,.v.. ICC clean ilp of odd lines 4 flft worth up to per dozen----...... J Wv What Is The Best Dress Shield For You Wouldn't you like to have the opinion cf one who knows? At our Dress Shield Counter this week an ex- pert from the factory is Odorless Dress Shield. She will gladly explain the OMO Shield to you, and help to choose the particular styles best suited to yoiir wear. She will you tho "Zouave" Combjoatipa Coraet Cover Style of OMO which is particularly con- venient to'wear with, wash1 wwlata and dresses. r" The; name on a- Shijld-meana .that.'Jt-jB- guaranteed Guorless and Molstiire-Prbpf; Is light cocl rand washable and contains ho rubber. Special Line of Dress tSiaielcls qii-.Sale lOc Magralli, May leading actor was knookcd unconscious to ,tlie How a bitter Tight that waged among the members ot the George Aylcs- company, en tour with the comedy drama, "Is Marriage A Fail- ,M at the conclusion of the per- forniance here in the Electric theatre last night, and more serious results were only averted hy the timely in- terference of J. lj. Coleman, maii- of the ..local theatre. It was plainly evident throughout .the iwrformance. thai the ictors were not playing anil- thai, tjiere. was something radically wrong, the. storm breaking in.fury when.the cur- tain fell on. the.'last sicL the. un- (ortunate scene was tiw termination of a series of minor diuiculties amorife tlie artists and Iiad been brewing for a number o.f weelts. For about itwcn- ty minutes excitement ran high' be- hind the footlights. Torrents of bit- ter language poiircd [oith froaa the male members of the; the laiiies screamed hysterically for help. Things generally moVe. at pretty rapid pace when theatrical companies go the; tat it .is Doubtful farc- .well tilt Abusivo than the one wilwaced-he'tp last nishV. Most of left the fol- lowing morning for Lflthbridge, uhci'c they. were-. Hooked foi u leadinf theatre of teat NOAKES COMMITTED: OUT ON 11000 BAIL Calgary; A1U., May P. Noalies, of the 'Central Detective AS- cncy, iraB this morning liberated bail oh two sureties of flOOO each, pending- his tniM at coming as- sizes bei e 'on a charge of attempting to1 extort "''11000. from a reaidont. Villt the Exptrimchtkl Firm W. H. Tan field, ol tho Harm, siielal imitation any be passing the ground., to drive tlirourt, so that tlmv He Uw flnren gardeui, ohieh now In the flaeti condition beauty ipoti CM- not be seen from the roadway to ;