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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THimSDAY, MAY 23, IHIX ITIE LE'rHBRIDGR DAU.Y in-:nAI,D PAGE ELEVEN Store Closed Friday May 24 Rylands & Co. THE BUSY STORE Open Saturday Night Until 9.30 COATSANDSUITSATHUGEDISCOUNTS MAKE LIVELY SELLING AT THE BUSY STORE. TO THOSE WHO WERE UNABLE TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR SPECIAL HOLIDAY SALE BARGAINS WE ARE EXTENDING THIS SALE UNTIL SATURDAY NIGHT. LADIES' HOUSE DRESSES Reg. $3.75, Sale $3.00 Lndlea' Otnghnm House DrooBcs In Binall ncnt chccl(!r t'ntltf ('atit/oi^uf of l^criitd //isi\i;iis', Tho Pallio Frercs PlioiiC|{r. > ? ? ? ? : ? . BANK CLEARINGS. ? .: -- , � , .> : This week ..........$7:i7,23(i. > ? Last year..........6U3,8()S, ! ? > ,;. > ^. .^ :. ,;. .j. .;. .j AN EMPIRE VERSE Our tar-spread liJmpirc uhc. O Lord, as Thou sIkmi c luioso, The world to bless. At ('ouncil, tlltar, O keep us pure In licu!. To do ii nation's pai-i. Ill righteousnCBs. Alexander l.oii,.^ l-'raser. ft > '.� : > > o o * : : ^ : � Senator and Mrs. l)i.'\'cl).-i relurnodi last evening-from tJltawa. wliere the j senator haa been in iiiirnilaiice at liic ' session. # * Mrs. G, Stacey Imi. on 'I'lic-^iiay foi- i Calgary to spend I'.n; holiday season j there. (  * � Mr. G. jn. Tinning formerly nianaser of tlie Union Bank sUil'r. and now of Itoglna, is in the city. t �i * Mr. E. P. Tusoh ti.i;; l-i'; for a short ! visit to Vancouver. i j �� * * I Mr. .1. G. Uoberl.soii i-ii ihls after-, i noon to attend the Miniciil I-'estival i j in Calgary. ^ j I Mrs. J. If. Wallace .-ind MiR.' i:; !;n!iig to Ca!- � gary to visit a few v.iMi Mr.-;. 10. ' ,T. Ijomieu.x. \ ; Mrs. Tbos. Long leuve; loniglit for Calgary to spend sene- time with ber i : mother, Mrs. Ivelly. i lit I Mrs. .T. Uussell KiMiiiedy, Mrs. .1. B. I Wilkie, .-Miss K. Jieyiioiil.s are anion.n ! j the Letlil)ridge, guesi> at the I'al-^ I User during tho;;! lestivnl. Ahui: : Mr. and Mrs. Muglies oi Lethbridge. 1 -Calgary Canadian. A niimber of the High School girl? are leaving tin's afternoon by train and motor to i)lay the i-'irls of McLeod i Hfgfi School at'biriWball. Tho boys i of the Iligli Si:!u)(il iiro^also going to| play in a baseli.ill game.'at the same place. Several et tlie High School lea,cJiors are also going. V � > : CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES : '*' . '? THe ^uiiiual election of officers for the Live Win' i'lass of the I'nited dliurcli whs held last night at the homo of Miss .\e.-;sie Robertson. The j officers elected were as follows: President, ^Miss I'auline SteaUley. reelected; vice-president. Miss Nessie Hohertson, re-ideeied; secretary. Miss Jlolda Sloane; treasurer. Miss Grace Parsons, and eonvenors of (^onimil-tees. Misses ,Ii>ssi(. Martin, Jean Logan and Elsie Westcott. The of lUo Gvoniiig was pleasantly sjieiit iu games and music * *  The' roguliirly monthly meeting of the , Women's Missionary Society of Knox church was held iu llie schoolroom Tuesday evening. May 21st at S o'clock. A very interesting report of the provincial meeting, recenlly held in Cal.gary, was given by the delegate, Miss C. JlcClure. I A very pleasing exercise was also I given by abouj li.'i girls of the .lunior! Mission-Hand tiiidor tho leadership of! Mrs. Denoon. I � � � . : : : : : : : : : : : : ? EMPIRE DAY ; > : :vUW'UU?\, ovefit with yar. Items of Interest 'Round the Store SNAPS FOR SATURDAY SHOPPERS ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW "I don't wonder mv friuids like to s'lop at your store," .said one of onr cuslotners. "Thcro is always something .NLW. 1 can come over , ver so often and feel iliat 1 won't be seeing the same things over and over again." ro,Mnnl'io,i'*HVnf*'',','f,'h't",*' in touch with the markets; no let-up; no sllppingthrough of any information that might he ol value to you. u-.,.t''ll:!t''V^l'" IntR'-ost, it matters not what day of tho week, or week of the yeiir, you shop here. A Saturday Snap from Our Dry Goods Section 12ri yard-i only, genuine IJrilish SHEETING. 8-1 size. RegulHr price is 7iic yard. SATURDAY ONLY 49c yard A Saturday Snap for the Boys A fine range of BOYS' BLOOMER PANTS In ii good weight twiu'd. .Splendid wearing (luality. .Thprolprs are grey and brcwii mixtures. Regular priro Ili-Jii. SATURDAY ONLY $1.89 Saturday Snaps from Our Furnishings Section ,S oiiiv Tapestry TABLE COVERS. Heavy quality. Size S-4. Regular $5..")0. Saturday .4 90 only ............ ^tUU (i only Glass BERRY SETS, (7 pieccHl. Regular $1.5U. Saturday only ............. HOTEL MEN AND RESTAURANTS \m doz. White HOTEL CUPS AND SAUCERS.. Regular ?2.r,0. Saturday only ..... 98c Saturday Snaps in Our Grocery Section Whole Apricots, when soaked and cooked are efiual to canned apricots. We are selling the regular ^^l":.......19c Mother's Macaroni. Regular 2 pkts. 2r,c. OC-for ;; pkts. .'..... oOC Tina (."i lbs.) Prunes. Large size HO-BO. Regular ?^r"."":..........1.10 Tuxedo Baking Powder. Ill oz. size. Regular OA 2ric. for, can ..... uvC A SATURDAY SNAP FROM OUR Child's Wear Section Child's Blue and Tan Chainbray DRESSES, daintily embroidered In while. The materials are i'Xlra' stout and the colors Vast. Sizes 2 to (i years.' ALSO Child's Rompers sim. liar to above. These goods only arrived on Wednesday. Bought to sell at .i!i..';ii. SATURDAY ONLY 98c A Saturday Snap FROM OUR Footwear Section Men's Gunmetal CALF BOOTS. Lace or button. Long or short vamp.s.This is a good medium weight i^iiue for general wear. Sizes 6 to II. Regular price $5.,')U. SATURDAY ONLY ious patriotic talks and exercises re-giirding the importance of our great national holiday, tomorrow, Victoria Day. The Sir .'\lexaiider Gait ciiap-ter, I. O. D. E. also very filtiugiy selected this day for the lu'csentation of the prizes for their recent competitions. c. .;. : : : ; : :� :� : .;. ,o o PRIZE WINNERS AT '> MUSICAL FESTIVAL : � � Miss Dagniar Sandtpilst and ^liss Vera Glanville who were winners in the compctltious iu Calgary yesterday are both pupils of Mr. Claude Hughes of this eily. .Mkss Dagmar Sandnuist Wiia given special mention at a previous festival, and this year at Calgary came first inMhe jimior iiiauo contest. Miss Vera "Olrihville had won silver medals in the junior piano contest at Lethbrldgo and Edmonton lu previous years and although.only fifteen years of age, this time she competed in the sijnior competition with (he rnsiill that she is to bo congratulated uppn winning the gold medal. ':'>:'>:'>>'] ? RED CROSS NOTES ! * : * and many .lews have been wounded ser-iously. according to a report received by the Jewisli iiress bureau here. Sho|)B were plundered and windows smashed, tho damage to property exceeding one million kroneu. PARNELL'S SISTER DIES IN THE WORKHOUSE Dublin, May 23.-A seuaatlon was. caused in Dublin today by tho death lu the workhouse hospital known as tho "South Dublin Union" of iSlrs. Emily Rickotts, sister of the late Charles Stewart Parnoll, the faraoua Irish patriot. American TpHERE are many features o( pur practice which contril-iate to our present day success, and enviable standing in the community. Greatest of tHem all, perhaps, is the admitted fact that- ..^wjtai Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art Drs. Brunk, Richards & Nelson High ,Grai|de American Dentistry -� j|.:;^HONE 3�3 ^ _ , Ott Blk.> 4 Doors^bm LeUibridge Hdi^,Lethbridg