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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1914 THE LETHBItlDGE iJAlLY HERAT.P PAGE ELEVEN RYLANDS A CO. I THE BUSY STORE RYLANPS CO Bargains Like These Should Crowd Rylands Busy Store, frll day Saturday We have made arrangements for a big day tomorrow, extra '-alcspcoplc io serve you. The bargain list is seasonable and the prices are excep- tionally low. The store will be closed Monday, Victoria Day, so we will have to do two days' business in one. Trices like these should crowd the Busy Store until 10 o'clock Saturday niglit. 2500 Pairs of Radium Hosiery Arrived Here on Thursday, and are Now on Sale LISLE fine silk gauze lisle iose, also plain Maco hose, black, tan or wlifte, ex- tra special at......... SILK silk lisle hose at 35c are equal in value to other "makes at 50c. We guar- antee.their wearing Qualities, all shades at SILK last lot of these Radium Silk Boot Hose, with lisle tops, sold out'ih a. few days at 75o and J1.W a .pair. To- morrow the aame kind 55c CHILDREN'S plain tan. white, pink, also fancy combination of colors, regular up to 25c on sale 15c CHILDREN'S bargain in black ribbed cotton liosa, ev- ery slxe up to 10, values from 2ijc to Siic, a lot of manufactur- ers "seconds" 4 OA .per lialr IOC CHILD'S LISLE quality silk lisle, fine rib, sold everywhere for 35c and 40c; white, pink or sky all sizes Wos. Cotton 1 QC lisle Thread Undervests 18 Combinations 50 C Wideffacing Embroideries Here is the first big bargain of Uie season In 'Ladies' Vesta, a sample lot in every style, values up to cue price. An exceptional offering in Lad- ies' fine lisle Combinations with lace trimming, loose or open knee, 75e value Corset Covers HfjC Cam- Another snap in wide Swiss Flouncing Embroidery, just the right width tor girls' dresses. Here Is a. chance to buy flounc- Ings worth, up to 75c. All nt one price, 25c a yard. 50 worth 90 cts. Lace find Embroidery trimmed Corset Covers, all new this sea- son. This la a small sample lot worth up to OOc that should sell out early in the day. Ladies Dress worth 90 cts. plauen Lace Collars, white or ecru shade, all new this week, regular value to 11.00. Only a limited quantity at this price. I Ladies, Overall Aprons, For Large size Allover Work Aprons, with or without sleeves, strong "fast" color materials, and S1.25 lines clear- ing at 76o. Large Linen irn Shade Towels 4u Just a little special to introduce to you these "Rub Dry" Bath Towels. We sell them regularly at Gfw a pair, and they are extra value at Uiat price. "Little Prince" Wash Suits and Shirt Waists The new of "Little Prince" Wash Knit? ninnse Waists for boys lias arrived, and embraces all tho best stylos from New York City. We show 10 exclusive and new in white, plain shades and- mixed effects, sties to 7 brie Drawers Ladies' fine Cambric Drawers, embroidery and Torcuou Lace trimmings, odd' lines .worth up to 90c a pair. Quantity Js limit- ed to 15 pairs. early. Ladies' Lisle Gloves, Now 25 Extra quality white or black Lisle Gloves, 2 domes at wrist, on sale for Saturday at this very low price. AH sizes. A Chance to Buy D. A. Corsets, half Price Another big Corset bargain just whaii-you be needing a new time wo offer you a corset sold in most stores for ?1.75. Tops embroid- ery trimmed, 6 elastic hoBG sup- ports, best con til, sizes IS to 26, a wonderful bar- gain. have on sale every size Odd Tweed Pants 75c Eng. Worsted Jerseys A great combination for the outdoor a strong pair of Tweed Bloomer Pants, and a hard wear- ing English Worsted Jersey; colors red, tan and navy, up to 14 yeare la stock. Stylish Hats for the Boys at reduced prices A splendid lot of -mannish. Hats for up to 32 years. Blue 'or grey cloth', also black and white checks or stripes. On Bale Saturday. Warner's Double Skirt Corsets Warner's Rust iProof Corsets, every pair a pair pf the new "double skirt" Warners that we will rn Io for tomorrow only. I up to 28, at Bargain in Girls' Straw nrp Hats. Worth up to 1.75 Just tho time of the year you will he needing a Straw Hat (or your girl. Here Is a. sample lot that are worth1 up to 11.75. The Quantity is limit-, ed to jutl 24 hats. Be here early. Worth up to a pair, for If you 'looking for a single pair of extra qual- ity'Lace Curtains, here is your dliance. AVe have about 15 pairs of tbat are sold down to only ono pair of a kind. They ccnie in ecru and linen shades mostly. Values from tp ?15.00. This bargain good for Saturday only. Hall-Borchert Dress roc Extra! Making Forms, Special We havi the exclusive agency for these well V known (orms. -Just now our stock is complete again. We have them at CO, These are aija-table to tit any figure. A special .NON-ADJUSTABLE form is featured tomorrow at ?5.85. 25 Brand New Minaret, Tier and Fancy Skirts, Direct from the East Fashion authorities say separate skirts and dainty waists are the thing. But they must be one of the new creations to he perfectly correct. Think over all the new styles, the new cloths, the new colors that you have seen in the latest style jour- nals, and you will have a good idea of whut we are Plaids, Fancy Checks, Riding are all here. 5.50, 6.50, up to 13.00 SEE THE WINDOW DISPLAY Rylands Go. THE BUSY STORE TO-SUNNYDALE There lies the trail io Suiinydale, Amid the .lure ol laughter. Oh, how can we unhappy he licneath Its leafy rafter perfect hour is like a flower, Each day is like a posy. How can you say the skies are grey? You're wrong, my friend, they're rosy. With right good will U-t's climb the hill, And leave behind all sorrow, Oh, we'll be gay a bright today Will make a bright tomorrow. Oh, we'll be strong the way is long That never .has a turning The hill is high, but (hero's the sky, And how the west is burning And ii through chance of circumstance We have to go barefoot, sir, We'll not friend oi mine Has got no feet to hoot, sir. This happiness a habit is, And life is what we make it See there's the trail to Sunnydale Up friend and let us take it. W. Service. Hostesses tomorrow Mrs. Roy Davidson, 502 Fourteenth St. S., when her sister, Miss Fres- ton, of Calgary, will receive with the hostess. Miss Boles will spend the holiday with Calgary friends. Miss Preston, o! Calgary, is week-end guest with her sister, Mrs. Roy Davidson. Miss Smith and Miss Trcnholm will spend the friends at Pinch- er Creek. Mr. and Mrs.; R. T. Brymncr left tii'is-afternoon to'spend the holiday in Cranbrook.> Miss Edith Howsen has. gone to Edmonton, where she has accepted a position. Miss Katharine Brodie, of Warner, will spend the holiday with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Brodie, llth St. Mr. J. Jones, manager of the Bank if Montreal at High Kiver, is spend- ing a few days in Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Butler and two children have gone to Warduer, B. C., where they the slimmer. Mrs. E. J. Cboke and family leave next week for Medicine Hat, where they will mate tjieir future home. Rev. Dr. John rMcDougall, of Cal- gary, will prcacH'in Wesley church at both services on Sunday. Mr. and Smidal, o! Ta- ber, are visitors this week with MX. and Mrs. H. H. Cragg. Rev. G. Hi Cobbledick left last night for Calgary, as a member of stationing committee at the Metho- dist conference. Mis. Cohbledick will go up to Calgary on Monday. Mr, M. A. Kilpatrick, of the. Mer- chants Bank staff, has been transfer- red to Calgary and leaves Monday night to assume his new duties. Dr. J. H. Rivers and Mr. H. H. Cragg leave Monday for Calgary to attend the conference of the Metho- dist church. Miss Helen Mewburn was hostess another ol the scries of bright showers which are being given in hon- or of Miss Sylvia Johnson, yester- day afternoon at heir residence, Nine- teenth avenue. Miss Mewburn received her guests in a lovely gown apri- cot satin veiled with limerick lace, assisted by Miss Johnson, gowned in violet crepe de chene, white hat with pansy mount. The rooms were fragrant with spring flowers in pink and white. Tho same color scheme was carried out on tho dainty teatable, presided over hy Miss Ursula Johnson, gowned in cciL-blue crepe de chenc with burnt orange garniture, assisted by Miss Constance Sanders and Miss Dorothy Rutherford. After tea the guest of honor was presented with a charming and Valuable collection of dainty cups and saucers and u sheaf of Richmond roses from the Her- ald. fr Clubs and Societies The Westminster. Guild ol Knox church arc holding a picnic supper at six-thirty Monday at Henderson Lake. The members and thqir friends ate cordially invited. The Alexander Gait Chapter of the Daughters of the Empire held a splen- did meclln? yesterday afternoon in the Y.M.C.A, auditorium with some thirty members present. J. B. Wilkie gave a very bright talk on "Conditions in show- ing n splendid knowledge of his sub- ject combined with the rather rare ability of imparting Uiat knowledge to others in a lucid, interesting man- ner. Mrs. 'J. N. Ritehic rend newspaper accounts of the annual meeting in Toronto, which were of much inter- est to the local chapter. Seven new members were elected and the names of seventeen others proposed. .Tha-next meeting will bo of 11 soc- ial chancier, when the offlcwi will Interesting News of Seasonable Merchandise SpeciaDy Priced Here Special Sale of Carnations here in the Dry Goods Section Tomorrow. 1000 beautiful real carnations in white, pink and red, while they last 5c ea., 50c dozen Other Specials in Dry Goods Section Tomorrow WHITE 30 inched wide, ill.plain and striped effects. These winners this sea- son find cannot be sold In tha regular way less than 2Bc yard. 3000 yards Friday and Saturday per yard.......... I IV FANCY KIMONA 8ERF1-NTINE wide range ot beautiful colorings, solno have dainty borders. Friday and Saturday 4 B g per yard I wlf NEW NECKWEAR, also new trillings, new beads, new jewelry, new colored lisle and ailk hose aad gloves for the holiday trade. Witch announcement In FANCY LACE CAMISOLE 1000 in all, worth up to 20c yard, white only. Friday and Saturday per yard KID a few sot more than 10 pairs of each color, !B4 to 1'A, val- ues {1.25 to 11.75. We arc clearing on Friday and Saturday at, per LADIES' LISLE black and Hemsdorf dyed, double sole and long double ter tops, 8% to 10, worth 250 Friday and Saturday, pair l paper from the Dry Goods Section, Savings in High Grade Groceries Phone 313 HUDSON'S BAY SEAL OF 8UAL1TY FLOUR 98 ft sack.... 49 Ib 24. ft'sack.....75C OEANGES, dozen HUDSON'S BAY TEA 60s quality........... HUDSON'S BAY TEA 50c quality........... HUDSON'S BAY TEA 40c quality........... HUDSON'S BAY TEA 30c quality 55c 45c 35c 25c ROYAL CROWN SOAP.......... 21 c 15c KlA-ORA, pttre extract ot lem- on Juieo, Ideal hot wee- ther drink, Urge bottle CREAMERY BUTTER Per pound LARGE OEAUGKES, These Six Money Savers For the Home NAIRN'S INLAID LINOLEUM, three patterns only, one'piece two tone green, two pieces red and 'green, block figures. TfiC Regular per square yard ENGLISH BRUSSELS CARPET, just hall price. Fawn Persian designs, very neat, heavy ?HP quality, 27'inches wide, regular 11.50.... I PRO-BRUSSELS RUGS, heavy two ply Bcotch Wool Rugs, in (awn and green colorings, Oriental and flora] designs, tLf QQ worth up to SCRIM .CURTAINS, lace trimmed edges, "dillion worked design, plain centre, C CQ ecru shade, values, per TAN AND GREEN MADRAS, good im- .ported Madras In .beautiful good ji.25 and J1.50, yard.... STEAMER TRUNKS, the eanvai cmtfft, lianjwood strong1 tad vicenbio ?4 Inch slzo CK OR Regular Featuring a Special Sale of Ladies' Suits LADIES' KIMONAS, just eight "f these to hurry out tomorrow. Paisley designs in QQfi hlue and red, high as LADIES' CAMBRIC NIGHT DRESSES with lace yokes, 'V shaped, also a tew in embroidery trimmed styles, C1 9C very These Items on Sale in Boots and Shoes MISSES' TAN CALF sizes 11 to 2. Regular 12.50 line C1 99 Friday and Saturday LADIES' TAN CALF, Viet Kid, Gunmetal and Patent Oxfords In well known Hurt make, several different lasts, all sizes CJ) QQ regular and. LADIES' TAN CALF, also Gunmetal and Patent Pumps with leather buckle and Cuban heels, one ot the newest lasts, all sizes and ft% QQ widths, regular MEN'S TAN CALF toe, one ot our newest spring lasts, all J QQ sizes. Rerular LADIES' SUITS FOR and tan Bedford Cords, black and white checks, brown and black French up-tc-date styles, values up to '25.00 Friday and Saturday LADIES' WAISTS in white lace yokes, high or low neck, worth up. to extra special Boys' and Men's Wear specially priced tomorrow BOYS' WASH IDA Butter styles, great variety of colors, good wuninir terial, sizes up to 6 years; Regular special BOYS' black khaki and blue with collar attached, all sizes up to 14H CO ft Regular lines MEN'S WATERPROOF cloth, all sizes, absolutely waterproof QO values MEN'S BLACK COTTON AND LISLC HALF quality, rwular 35c Per Phone 613 Special Prices in the Wine Section LBTHBEIDGrE BEER One dozen bottles....... ''Case of 2 dozen quarts... Oase of 2 dozen Pints'' GUINESS STOUT, best imported brand, on sale, dozen.-. S2.00 PEACE ENVOYS DID LITRE Silliman Reported Safe-- Carranza Invited to Conference Niagara Falls, Out., May 22.-No conferences hctwccn the mediators ami either the American or Mexican delegates were held In the forenoon. The Mexican delegates held a. confer- once amony themselvis nut it was stated by them as well as by one.61 the mediators that; no important points yet.- 'S1KUMAN SAFE? Mexico City, May R. Silliman arrived in the Fed- eral capital thin morning (com Sal- tillo and was taken to the Dratiliin legation. C., May, ;j.-la cif cles close to tlie Constitutionalists here, it was definitely eipected today that within 24 ho-ui's a.renewed invi- tation would be exttntafl to the Con- stitutionalists to be tepresenttd -at at the, Niagara Falls lijediat'fn Con- ference. Whether General ld accept tire invitation was not known, hut it was positively assert- ed that, should he do so, it would he without declaring an armistice or agreeing in any way to check his campaign against Huerta's forces. MEXICANS KILL AMERICAN Washington, D. 0., May firmation of the killing by Mexicans ot Richard Urban, an American citi- zen of. Oerman birth, was received, by tho State Department today. Ameii- can Consular Agent Montague, Cananea, reported that Urban and ri companion were attacked without provocation at Poined Mountain, 18 miles west of Nacozari. A .band ol Mexicans fired from i house without wur.nlng. lirluu 'el! duid Vat ins companion eicaped. HKBS TO FIND SILLIMAN ffanhington, P., rican'CoMUl Hasna Monterey has informed stats department that Constitutionalist authorities have agreed to aid in locating the long- missing. American vice-consul, John Silliman, who cannot be found tliicrta's agents assured Secrtv (rora the custody Q( at Saltillo. Antonio real, Governor of, the State Leon, Consul llupa reported, hal offered an automobile to take to-Monterey it Mind, and a flag of truco will be raipected, at any time to expedite SilKman's safety. Unofficial reports were that Silli- man might arrived at Mexico City today but the have re- ceived no such advices. REBEL AilMY BUSY On Board u. S. SS. California, Mazatlan, Mes., May wire-' less to San Diego, May the Constitutioailist o! the dl- iOu tha ncrthweit clositg in Guadalajara and a flying squaiiion ol cayaKy "preceding the main body of the array with instruc- tions to destroy .rail communication between point of attack and Mahzan- illo, the final exodui of from OuadaUjara to the PsciSc coast- has begun. Most of the .Americans bad left the interior already tut to-' day all nationalities were in flight; to ManzanHlo, their object being .to take advantage of an opportuiity escape which may end abruptly at v any time. Mr. McKlllvp III II. A. McKlllep IB 111, and will to till fcftjut ;