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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1914 THE LETMJSKirUGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN An extra spcclal-.llst for tonight on account of the store being closed on Monday, Labor Day. Be here early. 5 dozen Ladies' Blk. Cashmere Hose; pr 25C Boys''iieavy ribbed Cotton Hose; Large White Flannelette pah-..................... Blankets, per 2 yard wide Plain English Sheeting. 1 .'28'Cf. Fancy Bar Muslin School Kcrc'fs, 6 lor 25c Kleiriliert's Featherweight Cress, Shields, 356 20C Ghildren'svaii'd Missel' white fpr black QaiV tcrs fffedozcn -.Clark's Crochet Cotton, per ball Messaline Silk Waists, tonight i leveed Pants, tonight only.. Tea Towelling, per yard Combinations, fall weight. C. Corsets. light weight, pair 60c "White Embroidery Waists up to for JD. A. Brassieres, special 60c yards White Taffeta Silk 25c Halidey Specials in Men's Suits 20 only Men's Tine Scotcli Tweed "Suits, in giey and brown _ _ all sizes up to 42. 50 to Ry lands Co. ,H 'THE' ORGANIZATION "'As-regards "the InyeBtinerit wo pinco ut your servlco all-tho knowledge of ilniinc- the ;Carfiful men who htve spent years; InveBtlnif selected for their judgment und knowlodge of iliuinclal conditions. r. Let UB toll you'more of this.service. Write for full parLkulain. The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Public Administrator jmd.qfflelai AMignee for the Judicial .....Dlitrlcts of LETHBRIDQE MACLEOD CALGARY IWETASKIWIN 220. Eighth. .Avenue Lethbridge Office Bank ofjGo.nimerce W. McNicol Inspector CITY OF... LETHBRIDGE Notice to Electric Light Consumers To facilitate the re- paii woik the Light and Power willvbe out off from 7 9 a m. Sunday morning J.W.BEID, Asst. Engineer. CITY AND DISTRICT No Fair for Taber The Taber Agricultural society has decided year. to call- off its fair for this 'Men's Own Open Meeting 'The ilen'a Own.open meeting will )e tie'ld in the.Westminster Methodist church on Sunday at 4 p.m. Rev. H. Elmer Qreen, of, the Fifth avenue Bap- tist church, will give a stirring ad- dress on "The Man at the Front." liv- ery patriotic man and woman should Mr; Green is ah able speaker, and his topic should prove doubly interesting at this time. Miss N.t Grist, will be the solosist. Fifteen minutes' discussion on the address. -Tlie monthly offering will be taken. Everybody hearty invitation. River Boy r 'the scholarship, 'which founded Principal Bryip oune ncpa es H.'-McKenziff of fllq-k Hifefc dtjCWgary, for marks tie teV The scholarship carnefl imfc tf a'value f of aged '16, RegiBtrai at The scholarship Klngqton thatrjia hag, baen awarded COALDALE NEWS A. Suggltt, Mrs.-A.'.MitcheH and Mrs. E. LInton were -hostesses -to a large party on Wednesday afternoon In. honor of Mrs. Chailes Bishop of -Bow Island. Mr; Richard Sunderland of Belawan, 111, arrhed Fndav mornlne for a few weeds' visit with Mr. arid. Mrs. Jno. Davidson -T Friday evening is regular meeting at OES Next Wednesday.; afterriooii Sirs. T. B.1 Dunham and Mrs. A. .Haley; joint hostesses for the Ladies' Aid. SATURDAY NIGHT BARGAfNLIST FromNow'Upftl Christmas it is our intention to further encourage Saturday Night Shopping by offering extra- ordinary savings in Dry Goods, Shoes and Men's Wear f f These sales commence tonight-7.30 to 10 p.m. Gent's Gun Metal Bluchers A neat dressy .Shoe of gooa weanng qualify Women's Black Cotton Hose a Pair itton Hose! double heel and _, eB worth their foi 'Women's Black toe, regular 20c hose. Working Shoes, wel A 4 'Men's Work Slices Value Good strong Shoe, Yard Wide Silt or Value HOC a s it iUenatlne Silk in 36 inch width. The colon are Iflfht Blue, Pink, Crimson and Black Only Hemstitched Sheets Men's high-top White Elk t SO f, ji .wWorfironf eiceptional merit Value 1 SQ a Pair First quality; Grey Blankets, 11x4 or pink border While they last 'ii pair wearing of Tweed Dress Goods Flannelette, i width, lOc Rannelette 1 DC 28 inch 5c Value 45c a Yard f A'splendid range ol Imported' Tweeds alt >l I the new shades, Novelty Plaid effects, 40 Inch Selja this opportunity. English Wrapperctte Three slmdes only. Brown, Navy and Green, in. border deiignl, 32 inch width. THE CO. Class Meeting The weekly -class meeting will be lieid In WestmiristBr church on Sun- day morning, at 10 a.m. sharp. Anj' one, desiring spiritual help or salva- Mrs. V. B.. 6 rcisn leaves tonight on a two months' visit to .Ohio and In- Miss Longley, .ct.Maclcod, is visit- ing Mrs. AJev. Nivcn. t Wiss Jlessinger 'leaves tonight for her, home iu Indiana. Master ..Charles Dcvine, the little an-9 Mrs. C. II. Do vino, who unfortunately broke his arm, bad ,it set yesterday and is now get- ting along as .well as can be ex- pected. 1 The dance to 'be given in the K. of P. Mall on afottilay" 'evening by Clinc's City Orchestra, promises to. be large- ly attrndetl ,-by the invitations, which have heen accepted? V Mr. Sp.iman, .of the Imperial Bank staff at Fertile, week-end in the city, Mrs..C. B. 'Bowman is 'entertaining this afternoon for lier daughter, Maisie. a Mrs. Bryan, of Carmangay, is pisiting her mother, Ulrs. Shoul- A. Kilpatrick, of the Mer- chants Bank stall -at- Olds, is- spend- ing the holiday- ".with friends hi the Mrs. Charles 'mcKmOp entertained twelve ladies .at a thimhle -tea yes- terday in courtesy to Mrs. Van Arsdale, of -New York, who -is tioii will he made very .welcome. Come staying with her. sister, Mrs. Alex and make your and wishes Ituowa unto the Lord. Bid Good-Bye Mayor Stednos.-.vMacleod, haa bid- den farewell to- his son, Dr. W. G. Stedmnu, well-knbwn Calgary veterin- arian, who is.off for the front. The was very, loathe to part with his aon, but said to a'newspaper repre- sentative: "What Is the use of a man, heing a soldier, in peace, and wearing a uniform, if he cannot live up to his role when "danger' threatens." Dr. Stedman was a member of'the 23rd Alberta Young People's Union. Rally The Young People's Union are hold- ing their fall rally on Tuesday next in tne at Andrew s church, North The' President will preside, and the speakers will be Dr. Roderick Dimdonald, tKe-Scottish ora tor, and -.Virtue; Dr. Dundon- has already Lethbridge tfftji tures, and he 15- on one of the most of modern subject wH be "The Jet Blapk of2Canada Air Stott and a quartette) From the Christ ian church cpnTrlbute to the musi- qal portion of The begin and will be a fifteen minutes song service fThe Union is extendirig a welcome to all large expected l f SIKHS ON WAV Sept to ,tho Asquith satd Jodav that 'two diusions of that magnificent array were already on their way il SEAL BRAND COFFEE Often Imitated Seldom Equaled Never Surpassed Paqftajd in and two pound only. CHA8E 8ANBORN MONTREAL; no Smith. The treasurer .of the I. 0. D. E. acknowledges with thanks i the receipt of .proceeds of the .card social: held by the.' Daughters and Jiaids oi in aid oi tlie emergency .fund. Miss Mary Barton, oi London, EngT land, the well: known water color art- ist, arrives in'the city tonight..on a fiying [Visit en route to Toronto, will.'exhibit her work. Miss Barton, .who is .writing and il- lustrating a ,bopt..on Canada, ..will be a .guest .with Miss Patteson for her brief stay Announcements have been received friends ia the city. of the marri- age pi Miss Priestley, formerly of, the Hudson's Ba> stai! here, to Mr George'1 A1. Ainglie, of: Comber, Oat. The marriage uas celebrated by the Dr Mead at the Methodist par- soia-c, Carter, on August 28th The bride was gowned in a chic cream cream serge suit and black velvet hat with' white wings Mrs Laycock and her Miss Eva Pearson, HulrUIock, have re- from a trrp to England The trip home on the :Canada was. taken with all precautions, on account of the-possible presence, of.German..war- ships, with' portholes blanketted and lights out None were encountered, however, but the passage over was a stormv one and not verj en- joyable for the passengers. A quiet wedding was u St Cjpnan's churn- bj the Rev Canon MuUillen on Wednesday, Sep t-mber 2nd, at Miss Annie Barge of Wcymouth, Eng- land, became the bride of Mr James of Turner, near Lethbridge Alter the ceremoaj a sumptuous wedding supper was served at the home of Mrs Meech, 532 Fifteenth St., S. Clubs Societies The Flower Guild is grateful to Frache-. of the Gait Gardens and Mrs S B Mitchell for flowers for the weekly usit lo the hospital yesterday after- noon. St Cyprian's church will celebrate its lourth animcrsary by appropriate anil inspiring services tomorrow Holj communion be administer- ed at S o'clock 'n the morning and at the; eleven o'clock service. In .the evenm? the choir will render "Holy Art Thou CALL TO PATRIOTIC WOMEN The fcdlowmg directions are given in English papers for comforts for our sailors WOOLLEN HELMETS Have four bone nitdles, No 9 pointed at each end Cast on 90 stilches, 80 on each of three needles, very loosely. Work thus Knit 3 stitches, purl 3 Go on in this ner round and round till you have done a p era 5 inches long Then place on d piocc of string 21 stitches this should be 4 knit ribs and 3 purl tones Put the remaining stitches on two ia_nkwari ihem on one only after a lew Hicnes you can get them on leal ing oR ribbing, and knit back- wards and forwards quite plain lor 38 rows., tins will be about i inches Now "knit IS stitches, take 2 togeth- er, knit. remainder next row the same, go on thus'till you hive reduced to about 4> stitches, then knit 0 Btitclras onH, and take 2 to- gether. Work thus until you have re- duced to 35 stilchesi JJow reduce (our A jaidi.iaK-till 3 stitches rt- Specials To-night OD Sale from 7.30 to 10 p.m. ON'T (orgeifc that. Monday is Labor and a -holidayr too. You will probably have of 'before the holiday' needs. Look over this list of specials and make this store your shopping' place tonight. LADIES' SILK'HOSIERY-JuBt half price. A beautiful range of colors, hello, white, grey, red and brown. Splendid quality'with Dele feet, .f 1.50 To clear at FOR THE LITTLE dainty. White All Over Em' broidery Dresses, sizes 1 and 2