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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta \VEDNESDAY, APRIL 2(5, 1916 THE LETlinniDdE i)A,;.Y IlERATJ) PAGE SEVEN*, THURS, BARGAINS AT RYLANDS We iiiusl. do two (lays' business in one l;omorrow, ms (he store will be closed all day Friday. Here are a few l;iuiely bargains lo make it wortlt your while paving the Busv Store a visit lojuori'ow. No phone ordcj-s taken I'oj- SALE bTECIALS Store Open Thursday Night. Closed Friday All Day (Arbor Day) SALE SPECIALS LADIES' VESTS, with Bhort or no eleevea, fine ribbed "I C" cotton, on Bale . x^C LADIES' COMBINATIONS, wide knoes, lace trlmmod, short or no Bleoves KSln on sale . OvC NIGHTGOWNS, I'lne cambric, slip ovor Hlylo, em- QC� broidery trim, on bbIo �/�9C CORSETS, medium bust and skirt, sizes up to 'Ji), CQ-on sale ............. �J�/C SILK GLOVES, Kayser's and "Niagara Maid', white adles' finest quality sluidow voile, Marquisette, Georgette, Crepe, CIrepe de Chcne and SlUc Waints, representing the complclo range of waists manufactured by an eastern maker. These were purchased at a big discciunt and will be on sale 9 o'clock Thnra'day morning at these prices. $1.50, $2.00, $2.25, $:J.5(K $1.00, $4.50, $5.00 Silk Lisle Hose, 3 pairs for $1.00 Something extra fine in Ladies' Silk Lisle Hose, Tliese hose are made from a brilliant silk finished lisle thread. ICvery pair has a wide "no-ravol" garter top. The IiogIr, toes arc hole-proof, making these Queen Quality stockings at 35c a pair extra special value. Something New in "Tub" Silks for Tailored & Fancy Waists, $1.75 yd. .lust received! 5 pieces of the new striped tub silks for ladies' walats, men's shirts, etc., full yard wide, all silk, with a tine crepe finish. In black, green, mauve, navy stripes. These silks are washable, and the colors Indelible. Priced per yard (jj-i op $1.75, plain white comes at per yard ................ iPl.OO Bungalow Nets for Your Windows on Sale at Greatly Reduced Prices 30 pieces of cream, ecru or linen shade Bungalow Nets, all neat dealens, and full 3(1 Inches wide, values up to 90c a yard. These we will group Into two lots and clear out on Saturday at per yard :J5c Jind 40c Sale of Ladies Suits up to $25.00 A final clean up on the balance of our ladles' spring suits that were formerly $20 to $25. Materials are black and white check serges, fancy French cloth and British perges. The styles are correct In every detail, sizes 34 to 40. This special price Is for Thursday and Saturday only. $1 I 8 Nemo and Warners Corsets RYIANDS Ladies' Home Journal Patterns FIRST PHOTO OF GERMAN ZEPP L-15, SINKING OFF 1 HE KEN IISH COiVST The Cerraan Zeppelin L-;l5 after It had been brought down by British gunners during lU raid on the Kentish coast. Photo allows the Zepp just before it disappeared below the waves. PERSONALS. Well-known Women. CJhatham, Ont.-"I was sick for nboul four years. Got very wenlc, could not cali to amount ti anything. i ro( very thin aUd liad no strength at all I was very much discouraged at times -thought I wflB aever going'to �get hotter. 1 could. not walk a bloolc without feeling all tired-out. 1 took different medicinea but did not get tho help I needed, A friend of mine advised mo to try Dr, Pierce's Favorite Prescription. I began to take it witii the 'I'feasant Pellets' and by tho time I had taken two bottles I was well onllio road to recovery, and in six months I was entirely well. My anpetite cama back and 1 gained in flean. Now I am as strong ond healthy as any one could wish to?lpe. I owe it all to Dr. Pieroo' � med-ioinos and 1 am glad of the opportunity to' .give testimony in their favor; they, have done wonders 'for mo."^-Miaa TaELMA Pakkeb, ]41 E, Kirig St, ' ^ Chatham, Ont.-"1 have taken Dr. Picrco'a medicine witfi good results. I was weak and run dowji, lost nay appetite ftnd'r^ot veiy thin. 'I t6ok 'Favorite Prcsopption' and 'Plcnsant Pellets' arid Lhoso'two modioines built me up in a very short. Bpaoai: of time so that 1 felt aa well 08 over. I lound them to bo all thot ia rooommerided of them; they arc Qood,"-~ Mbs. Wm. WaEBiii, Cor. Taylor k Grand Ave., 13,, Chathan, Ont. Every woman who hns biiokaohn, head-ichb, low Bpirlts, sleepless nights, owes it to borg'elf to speedily overcome the troubla before (iibTOalcdowu ca!,\8e� prostration. Dr. Pieroo'a Favorite'Presorlption is 8, non-aloohoUo lomedy innt.any.fiUins; Woman. . x-pcsltion of Sciipfnre, after H-hicl, Mr.". McClure, Lethbridga, led in a prayer of thankaglvln;r. .  * The annual meeting of the Westminster Bpworth League was held on Monday night with a good attendiuicc. The election of omcers for the coming year took place with the following results: President, .Miss Sliaw, Ist vice-president, .Miss Cowan, 2nd vice-president Miss A. Matson, .'ird vlce-presfdsnt Mrs. 11. Bruce, 4tli vice president, Mr. Harold Gray, corresponding secretary Mrs. .1. B. Francis, rerording serretary, Mr. Clarence .fackson, treasurer Mr. 11. Bruce, pianist, .Miss Gladys Hall. ... On Wednesday. April IDth, Miss Jnmes, eldest daughter of Mr. G. S. James of Calgary, was married to Corporal Douglas Poll of the 82nd, now In Calgary. Tho Rev. Canon James performed the ceremony and Miss Myrtle James attended the bride, while Mr. Georgo James, brother of the bride, acted as bi-'it man. After tho weddliig a reception was held at the home' of the bride at tho conclusion of which' the happy' couple loft for Macleod, where they will spend their honeymoon. Corporal and Mrs. Boll were the reclplontfi of a largo number of wedding presents. Corp. Boll was formerly engaged in the customs hou.so at Madood for a number of years, but tho call of the Empire being too str6ng for him, ho joined the S2ud battalion about 12 months ago. He and his wife aro guests at tho American hotel.- Macleod Spectator. * � * CHARLES-PROUSB A quiet but very pretty military weddjng took place .'on Thursday morning at St. Johri'a Prosbyterlan church when .Miss ^dith Prouae, formerly of Lethbrldgo, was married to Captain vyilllam Charlea, of the 11th C. M. R. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Dt. Howay In the pres-enoQ of a few friends, The bride, who was given In marriage by her broth-ei^lu-law Mr. A. JJ, Bain, wore a pretty ault of white ^corduroy and with sailor hat to match. The IJrIdal ohoruB from I.ohorigrlri was played by the brgnnlst, Mr. MUiie and as the brldol couple left the church for their automobile, mombera of the 11th C. M. R. formed a guard of honor. Capi. and Mrs. Charles will rosld� in Victoria .until tho groom leaves for over-aeas. The bride la well known in tho city having resided with Mrs. B. P. MlUer for aorae. time,-VRnco,uver World. � ^ * ,. MURPHY-JARRKTT Thursday ovonliiff, April 20, a very pretty home wedding event took place at the homo of the brlde'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. .Tnrretti when thair daughter Margaret waa united In marriage to Mr. Charlea Orahani Murphy of this city, formerly of Nbvn Scotia. Rev. A, S^. Tuttle of 5th A'xtremely brig'ht sunshine wiiieh Jjeth-lirid.ue is so noted for. Average height of these tre(s aro from T) to (5 feet. Note-^Ve oaiiiiol deliver trce.s. All (ree.s must l)e taken away l)y customers. This is an opportiuie time to secure a few of these I'amoii.s Cottonwood Trees Free! READ CAREFULLY OUR TERMS OF DISTRIBUTION ONE TREE WILL BE (ilA EN WITH EVEKV DOLLAR PURCHASE ON THURSDA\ NEXT. A LIMIT 01^^ FIA E TREE8 TO ONE CUSTOMER IS STIPULATED, OWING TO THE LIMITED QUANTITY AT OUR DISPOSAL. -^-^ This Store will remain open until 10 p.m. Thursday Store Closed All Day on Friday, Arbor Day 'S BAY CO. with Hpring flowera, while at 'one aide of tho drawing room stood a beautiful arch wreathed with Easier llllea and srallax. Doiioath this tho young people took their position ut 8 o'clock us ^ itiiii^difttrik ?0 A Health-preserving delight The use of Lifebuoy Soap makea tho bath a aupreniely aoothing ploaaure aa well aa a healtn-inauring delight. The cream of pure oila givea a velvety lather that ia cleansing and healing. Tho very mild carbolic aolution moana a perfectly healthy akin. Theodorvnniahcaln a few aeoo^ida after use. HEALTHY Ibis ttfo wedding march by Lobengi-ln waa being played by Mrs. T. S. Koilevly of Lethbrldge. Very fair looked the young bride In a beautiful gown ot ivory churnieuse entralne with trlm-lulng of seed pearls, her bridal veil cauglit with orange bloasoms in form of a Juliet cap, and carrying a shower bouquet ot bridal roses and ferns. The bride waa attended by her slater, MIbb Elhoi Jarrott, as maid of honor, the latter being gowned In pale pink taffeta silk with touches oC gold, and carrying pink rosos. Mr. and Mra. Murphy left on the ov(inlng train for Banff and points west and on their return will reside in Diana Court, Aberdeen Street.-.Medicine Hat News. II CHILD GETS CROSS, SICK AND FEVERISH WREtl CONSTIPATED LOOK, MOTHERl IF TONGUE IS COATED CUBAN LITTLE LIVER AND BOWELS synod cannot escape calls 'to the conflict Medicine Hat, April 25.~Tlio tenth annual Presbyterian synod ot Alberta I will miss tho sound advice and addresses of a number of theological prp-teasors, notably Prof. Dyde, of Robert-sou c'ollego, Edmonton, t'lil'a year," It would soera that even the synod cannot escape from, .the qalla of the wr: Those protoaaora, inatead of attondinfe ! the aynod, are out on home mlaslon work for the summer to replace inln-iBterc and atudenta who have auawer-ed tho call ot their country. Dr. Dyde la chairman ot tho conference committee ot the synod. . ., qets his degree Klngaton, April 25.-r-The following degree in theology, among othera, were poated at Queen'a University on Monday, Baohelora o� divinity: 0. R. liavera of Calgary; A. T. Barnard ot Sti-athoona; "W, A. Dobaon ot Neepivwa, Snak.; J. B. MoL,eunnii, yorktpn, Saak.; teatamtira, G. C. Mitchell, En-diang, Alta,; R. M. McKinuon, Her-sohel, Snak. If yaur little one'a tongue Is coated, it la a aure sign the atotnach, liver, and bowels need a gentle, thorough cleanaing at once. When your child la croaa, peevlah, listleaa, "pale, dqes not sleep, oat or act naturally, ; If breath ia bad, atoniach aour, ayatem full of cold, throat aore, or If feverlali give a teaapoonful ,o; "California Syrup of FMga,"''and iin; a few hours all tho clogged-.up,^ couatlpated waate, aourljlle,, and uudlgeBted food will gently move qui: of the bowels and you .have a well, playful child again, Sick children needn't be coaxed to take thia harmless "fruit laxative." .Millions of mothers keep It handy because tliey know its action on the Btoraach, liver and boweia is pi'ompt, and aure. They alao know a little given today saves a alok child tomor-row. Ask your druggiat for u RO-cont hot-tie of "California Syrup of Figa," which oontalna direotionB:-.(9r' 'alii.^s, children of all agea andl'or gro'vn-upsi plainly on the bottle, Beware of count terfelta sold hero. Get the Kenuine-made by "OaUfornla Fig Syrup Cpm-' pany."~Advertl8eraent. ' .. ' \ V 0458 170955 ;