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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta May 16, THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Page II Rylands Co., The Sell-ror-Less Store Over 500 Pairs Sample Lisle Hose at less than Half Price on Saturday WILL BE HOSIERY DAY at Busy Corner Store. Tomorrow you ten buy two or three pairs ot (lie finest lisle teose for ibe price ot one patr. Taho our word for are the lineal lot of travellers' samples we o'ier seen. The are exactly as advcrtlsc-d and we especl to clear the eutlre lot by leu o'clock Saturday. The early buyer get3 ibo pick, for tbe whole 535 pairs will pu the bargain no reserve. As the offering IB unusually attractive, wo make these PHOKE CHARGES, and no more than four'pairs to any oca person. Finest Quality Lisle Hose 25c 25C tOT-NO. or the lisle hose, in white, lau, black and a few uji to 7ac. Then tbere are about a dozeu or so pairs ot silk boot hose, worth 60c aad lioS'eltleg In an assort- ment ot Kale hoso with cottou or caabmere feet- Theso sell all over for 'anO oOc, Renumber only sizes SVi. 3.' and In the Saturday choice for 25c a pafr, 25C Lisle and Maco Cotton Hose 18c LOT NO. made nji of Wnd o( hosa you could think cf. 'Fine'gauze lisle, In all Ebedes, black Maco hose, Vast colors, worth any place, best wearing hoso made. .Thsro is also a range or lace lisle hosiery worlh JOc TJ' ne Jncludt In Ibis Kreal one-day Sale. Sizes 8V4 io HQ tbey 2 pairs (or 35c or per pair ISc, Bargains in Children's Hose 18C 18C RIB COTTON HOSE Children's Black" Ribbt-d Cot- toa rib, double fence, all sizes up to 8: regular 25c value. On sale tomorrow A oaly, per pair........IOC RIB LISLE HOSE Children's' Una ribbed l.isle hose, colors sky. pink, tan and black, all sizes up to S-T- loohs like silk. On sale rer pair............... "Cumfy-Cut" Vests-theyVe new "ere a now s'eaveleas tha't.ia about J- vi sllppins o! the made to Ibe right, and what's more it DOES star right. We e five dozen o! these "Cumfy Cut" in a nice lisle tu.ead. -Sliea 4 and 5 we. will sell tomorrow (or............'................................. Saturday Underwear Bargains COMBINATIONS Ltffles' Gauze Thread Combinations, crochet lace trim- mlngs, sizes 3 and 4 only..' X good ftervlceable undsr garment. On sale it... GAUZE DRAWERS Juit tbo thing for summer wear, easy to waeb, and no iron- lug. to rH medium figures Eitn special for Saturday 30c New Tweed Skirts for Figure this oat materhU used In these sllrta are tweeds and worsteds; iratli up to J1.00 a It takes from 3 to 4 yards for a it coats you something to eat them made up. Every iklrt IE absolutely new this season. Values to 17.50. Your choice on .Sat- urday at _..................- 95 Satis Petticoats Another lot of those fine Eng- lish Bstin Underskirts, worth be- offered as a spec- ial Bargain. All slioa Make an early etf choice House Dresses, The kind you'pay 51.2 5. and ?1.50 for in the regular way- for tomorrow wa offer you these serviceable dresses at on Iblc im.ll price 30C Princess" Dressmaking Forms No need to wait for the can make your own dresses now, It you let us help you. Here is the easy way OUoose Ladles' Homo Journal Pattern from our stock of B 000 patterriB, tbe first Then secure one of tho new PrtncVs Adjustable Dressmaking Forms, ire carry in stock from }U to il'g Buy lha right materials HylsniB-thsre Is no possible way to make a mlilake. No time lite prewnt to start, pulling a stitch or two ror yourself. j Style Tou buy the'slylo Book now for 5 cents. The fash- ion book in America it full of the new- est American and English Ideu Tbe New Summer Issue now your copy early. June Emb. Book TO'the needle workers wa rec- ommend thfs Ladles' Home Journal Embroidery Dook..Tlie .tune books cime In yesterday. Our stock of Embroidery Pat- terns has been added to, Every embroidery patern now carried in stock. One-third off B. I. Corsets Every Bias Riled Conot In the store has received the "Moie on" order. This IB our final attempt to clear out the- odd lines ar.d brok- en flien in tills well known IJnr Wo need the room for Nemo Warner's Rust-Proof Corsela, Tho sizes aro principally 23 to A few at 18, and from to Ji.OO. Saturday ONE-THIRD RYLANDS CO. Selling Exclusively Nemo and Warner Rust-Proof Corsets C. T. U. Convention Dis- cussing Topics Concerning Moral Welfare of Public -Officers Elected This morning's sessions o" tbe T. L'. Institute marked tte trans- "llon of very Important business. The first thins in order was the cullals committee, hicli iusi'for the sale ci a tew cigarette aanufaciurers Sabbath Desmatjoa Mrs. J.a Mance said: "If (.'anida is not careful vvill lave tte sa-r.e curses thai are rampant ttie L'n- jled State's. The Suniay pool room is responsible for u-ite is a cuiie :D jM our large cities, The syndicate uf enl stands behind tbS gamblioi; hill." Child Labor She made the appalling stali-ir.ent of the was as that (hildten ui.iiec It jeais, work hard 4, 5, C, 7 and 10 vuiiimiutt. hours in canneries, tie most auful follows: Lelbbridge. era any enunlry can All entral 6, 6; Bow island 2, "hltla '1, Champlo-J 1, Carlttadl 3. 1. Officers Elected following ivere elected too..ce or the ensuing year: T. W. Leth- ridge. Vice Wright, Jioa- stand. CorespomHng Car- on, Wbltla. Kecording Secretary Mrs. Honn, D-jnsworth, -Letb- ridge. >lrs..I.a Mance, flho Is in tho city 1 connection Tilth the W. C. T. U. itstrict Convention, gave an interest- ng and instructive address before the Ugh fhool pupils at nlne-tblrly IMa She sbowed the boys how iciuor hurts brain aud body, and how ilfflcult U would be to support life when they had tbe responsibilities ot UK-El, if they Imposed on themselves y using the deadly cigarette and al- ohol while yo-jng. Mrs. A. E. Humphries was unfof- nnatelr unable to give ber paper on Parliamentary but in her alt- e'nco Mrs. La .Mance capably filled in clever talk on tho same tub- Parliamentary Drill She said in part: "Women arc afraid ot law.. Parliament and law corrfcs- iond to courtesy and business. "Every .motion must-bu moved ionic one and seconded. Adilress the rage states, 3 besides Alaska, Laie put this right. Sweat Sk.pi Shame ott the chil'ml cation, hat will allovv the noiurn to be su ;round. down in_tfce sweat stop ilany ace thus driven to lives of ihame.'1 White Slavery "Tierc is no esaggcralum m tbis matter. No newspaper would dare o publish tie lull facts It is band n hand with ihe liquor traTiu. The vice-syndicate cc-ntrols li- quor, gambling and uie must wipe the' awful stain ofi our country. Jane 'Addains says in tec the United Slates will be dean'" "Eighty-five out ot erery hundred, who.go to prison ia so account of drink.; Seventy-foe cut oi a hun- dred arc.boys under 23 jears, v.ho ritb ect. hair, JIadame President. I move Each one la allowed to once to a motion. "John Hancock, one ot the greates tartan s ar.d he kept one. of tbe stormiest congresses eve held In the United States just by en forcing the law of allowing eacb one io speak once.' "The president sbould never speaV to a motion except to a point. The only-time tbe president votes Is when .there is n tie, and a measure of which she does not approve of carries by one vote, she can make It n tla and so amend it. Tee president tias to announce tbat a measure hES neen carried before U becomes law. "Only two btnendments can be made to a motion, and the second amend- ment muot come first, and', when there is an amendment to an amendment, it comes first. Some are debatable mid Eome are not, .but all ordinary motions are debatable eicept tbe motion to adjourn." Evening Session W. C. T. U._-. An enthusiastic open milling of the Q. T. U. Institute held last evening in Knox'' school-room, committed crimes under Ibe influence o.i liquor. male laiva that license the salooa and ruin the fatherless Yesterday's Session afternoon's session of the T._TJ. district convention well-attenfle'd and great enthusiasm was 'displayed.: -The time was taken the line of nork among the children and young people, ibe chair beias occupied by Mrs. TLomas Tay- a valuable pa- per for the training of the youriff people In our and showed how Inter- est ta this work might be kept up amonj; Ibe children, phing a prac- tical example "of bow this had been acconipUshed la the L.' T. L. 'A letter was read, frou-, Mrs. Grace Hoyd, BapErintendent of Lojal Temperance' work, re- gretting ,'iier tnablllly (o to p're'sent but assu-rVg IBS', cKAcnllon b! her continued 'lii trie-work. 'lira.' La..Mario an ampng.- A SOKT DAY A soft day, tbant God A wind from tbe south With a hoi.ey mojtb A scent of drfnchmj leaves, llriar at.d beecb and lime. White elder and thjme And ttie soaking: grass sir.ells t'ruthi'd bf my two bare feet, While tie rjin drips. Drips, drips, drips from tte eaves. A soil day; IhanV God I The lulls neat a sbroud 01 silvery clou-l; Tec xveb the rpider weaves Is a glittering The woodland path Is wel, the toakinj earth smells sweet Vnder my bare Icet- And the rain drips, dripj, drips frouj the eaves. Dr. F. H. Mcwburn returned thK morning from Washington. .Mr. U. U. McCarty will move into tl.eir nev.> N'inth St, S., next veek. tbe little dauglncr or -Mr. and Mrs.: 0. Bov.min, ta ill measles.'.: J. Mrs! E. L. Jarvis Is spenuing a Fbort time at Calgarj- on a visit to her sis- tor, Mrs, Beaver. r The quarantine for measles rclsed fronxfbe home of Jlr. and Mrs. C. A. Stephens today. J. M. Mclrvlne, of LcthbrlOge, Is spending a few days In tbe Calgary Mrs. has been spend- ing.the week .with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'Uowsett, leases lor her lome in Edmonton tomorrow. Mrs. Hogg, Tliamcsford, is spending bonie time the guest ol Mr. and Mis. H.-lt. McCarty, Sisth Avc., eh route Jipiiie from a trip io the coast. Hew. ami' Sirs. Green, of Brandon, arrived yesierday to reside here in [ulure. Sir. Orecn will preach his in- itial sermiras in the Filth Avenue Bnplis.t church on Sunday. Miss I.ucy the Gait hos- pitai gone to Medicine Hat, rAierc she ill'train lor tvro monlhs As Predicted in our Yesterday's Advertisement The extraordinary values -in season- able and wanted merchandise of our regular dependable qualities brought many thrifty buyers to our .store to-day And it in not Io lie wondered at, for the Citizens of I.eth- know tlial just as we advertise, auJ our t iutverlisemenlS; burked up by the goods Ihe people want, have stirh canliiloncc ill our citizens as is only in rare instances equnlled in any city. All lines advertised are on sale (as long as hold out) until tomorrow evening at 10 p.m. with president, Mrs. Thomas in the .chair, and the proyiu- cial president, Jlrs. McKinney, the platfoim. Tlcv. A. 0. Cameron coareycd greetings from, the churches of city in a few earnest words of comc. principal J. E. Hodgson, on brtiall of the educational institutions, de- WATCH TOaiORKOWS PAPERS FOR NEWS OP OUR SATURDAY NIGHT HAVE A TREAT IN STORE FOR YOU. Hudson's Bay Store Kilo's schnol-rcom lliis cvca-1 pending apptal. The local tralnmeti ing in connection with the C. T. U. institute, promises to he decided- ly interesting. admission ol 25 cents lull be charged. _ on JfhG neceESify le' Mrs: l.a unlimited of'her suiiject and a'.vast, espcrieace In work, which, gives adjfed ,weifibt' tc all. her 1 A s'proStible followed Mauce's address, ecveral .taklog part araoce whom wag Mrs McKinney, provindal C. T. U. pre--' sweat. Mrs. DuDSwotlb's paper on "Purity work in our public schools" showed serious thought along this line 'and emphasized tbe importance of having the children Instructed in tbe care of-, tbeir -minds and .bodies to keep them from conlaminaflon from the suggestions with'which they arc sure to come into contact. An latcrcsllcg discussion wab oren- ed by Mrs, La Mance, who gave splen- did suggestions as to. how to Intro- duce this knowledge' Into tlie public school. The sort of literature that is j put before the children was spoken of, and the problem novel and society novel were strongly condemned. .presented from Iho following loral. unions: Bow- Island, Champion, Wbitln, Wlllard, the at the Genera! liuspitni before gradu- ating at tr.d Gait here.' 5ir.-arid Mrs. George- Wilson, of Claresholm, recent arrivals in ''the arc at'present'staying at the Vicforia Jtansions. Later they m'ovc'inCo 1215'.Sixth S. Invitations 'have been issued b? ths I.ethbridge-Operatic -society lor-the dance to bfi held in the Sons ol Eng- land ball on-Monday, May 26th. The patronesses will he Mrs. G. YV. Rob- ins'oa; Mrs.'li, M. Johnslone, Mrs. V. S. Uar'vtv and Mrs. C. R. Peters, j Mrs. A. G.' Cameron Icave.s on Tuesday with Rev. A. G. Cameron to attend the General Assembly ol the Presbyterian church at Toronto. Mrs.' Cameron goes as a delegate from tbe Macleod Pfesbytcrlal of ths IV. H. 51. S. to the Women's Annual Conference. Her. A.'P. Hayes, principal of Bish- op Pinkbaro College; Calgary, will >reach 'at both services In St. Aug'JS- tn's church on Sunday. While In the Icy be will be a gtiest with Rev. Canon and Mrs.- Murrel-WrisU' at the roc- A THREEFOLD DIVISION Moose Jaw, Mar W. uas this afleraooa sentenced to three months in jnil for stealing beer from a C.P.H. car here. Jte i defended by 0. H- Regan, who imme- diately secured .his release on. ball. Eubsciibed 55CO for his nppeal Imine- dletely sentence passed. la summing up, Magistrate Dunn dlveded witness for tho defence iuto three clasEes: those who wera mfstak-, en, .those "he did not believe, and those who deliberately lied. Thomas Flynu, of Trenton, Super- intendent of Dominion Canners, Ltd, dropped dead while working in his garden after supper. Sir John Hoi'J hai nccn loflled to nr tnc corner atone ot the First Dap- Itt cliuich. Kingston, on Juna 3. General Sir Ian Iltmllton, U Io make ft tour of Inspection ol the training camps Ir, Car.ula this sum- mer, will arrive in the Dominion dur- ing Iho first neck In June. ,-larcd that their work ajii! the wor'K ot the W. C. T. U. is one. Doth have tlic same objtct iu view, ihe devclopr mcnl ol sound minds in sound bod- ies. Tlie (J. T. U- influence mote dircctlj' in the YvMle.children come to school !rom all kinds of homes, and later tte ff.C.T.U. influ- ence should follow the. pupil when lie leaves school. All should aim at oce'whitc ideal of a clean life for man and woman alike. Mayor Hatdic conveyed greetings from Ihe city and wished the woratii every success in their worthy work. Jlrs. replied to the greeting's, and strongly niffA the one moral standard' for girh and boys alike." rendered a very pleasing vccal solo. Jlrs. Mancc's Address The featur: o! llit meeting was Ih4 eloquent and stirring address by Jlrs. I.a ,Mance, of Missouri. Telling the- story ol Tlupah she evolved the fact that the seven great CU1IC3 ol the Atlieiivau vrcrt cigoictlcs, gambling, child la- bor, white slavery, drink, the srccal shops Sjlililtti desecration. i She staled that mote women give thtlr lives bringing people into tho world than lives arc lost on the fleld ot battle, and they have a'right to siy that men are to have a chance to live a clean lite. Cigarettes She snowtd that cigarettes shatter the lives and stunt the growth of 5T firihs in Chicago were In- lervitived and all stated they refused to employ tntn or boys with cigarette stain; en their The street car company also rclusts to employ men USD "Is it fair to our .she "to allow tlio ciearctlc to be- Kpld rarlsladt Carmangay and Jfedl- cine Hat. 25c TEA POT SALE 3 (o 10 p.m. SATURDAY at Kirkham Bros. 200 Odd Teapots to be cleared out at less than cost, Be There. No phone or charge orders. Saturday only Biggert arid 25c 2Sc The Hudson's Bay tea rooms were thronged at one o'clock yesterday and oday, "when the W. C. T. U. Institute delegates gathered there for luncb. fhe tables, were prettily decorated with potted plants and green and pink crepe paper, arid the menu served very delectable. The tea and rest rooms, furnished- an ideal spot for toclal the lunch and tea hour, and.the .visitors pissed many ad- miring comments. Such a tea room proves a decided acquisition strangers are- here In" numbers and should in- crease in.-popularity from day to day. '.-'ROOSA.-HEWIB A pretty wedding was celebrated last evening at the home