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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECEMBEK 6, 1914 THE L.ETHBRIDGE DAILY PAGE NINE RYLAND15 CO. THE.BUSY STORE TONIGHT'S BIG BARGAIN LIST At lly lands' Wo nrc oxpocting'ii big.cn'owd sales people to servo you. Mill Ends, Mill Ends, 3fi ill. White Cliiifoh yd Girls1 Coats, to lor', Moire Underskirts, for Ladies' Flannelette Nightgowns Ladies' Comb., Winter Weight'.., .25 Ladies' All Cashmere Hostv. g5p 1'itre Linen Table Napkins, 2 for----'.'. 25C CHildmi's Ribbed Hose, for 25C Dress Goods and Velvet Cords.for 55c Gloves, Mitts and Toqueis each 35C Selling Out Our entire Ktodi of Men's and Boys' Wear at invoice prices. Everything: must he- cleared' out- as we arc this part of our business, Come in tonight, and look over the bargains. Rylands Co. London's Beauty Writers Weekly Selections from Noted Beanty Experh Writing for the English Press. Simple apd Effective Methods. By Owu AlMDlLL, Special Correspondent, Enff. Each week In tht" department I will endeavor, by careful clipping frocii tho London tc. kstp my Colonial readers informed on iho latest and best advlco or tho Umdon beauty experts. Owing U> tlib perslatcnt demand rnoKt Ixindon news- papors and periodicals are now dcrvotlns much Hpaco to ilia _ s-jrloua con a I deration of beauty culture. Many of them ncjw employ hlffli salaried exports to advisu and Inntnict in methods most efficient for enhancing or restoring beauty of face and Iltmre. I append herewith a few clippings from leading English publications. Aiw of tho Ingredients mentioned could bo Obtained from Canadian chemists so I am told. Look out for mort faiutt next woefc I shall endeavor to kcop up Lo date. Blue Ribbon Coffee anc Baking, Powder You may be the beet cook world but if the leaven you pooc you cannot get satlilactory revuftg Always uae Blue Pow-? der, ES m sites tlie lightest "L pastry and cakes r-_ Blue Ribbon, the standard of qual ity In Teas, Baking Powder, Jelly Powders, Sauces 1.0.0. F. "Uacleod, Dec 3 a ittend- eJ meeting the Macleod Lodge of the I 0 0 F the following officers were elected for the ensuing vear N. O.i-Thos: H. Milburn. G McAllister Rothney Financial Murray Shields. Trusteesr-E. Forster Brown, Robt. Patterson, M.P.P., Hiram Bates. The installation of these oflcers will take place on January 7th 'next Provihclll Appointment! Clyde H Bell of Bow Inland has been appointed a the peace Charles H ,-Mathewa. of T.ethbridge has been appoli ted a commissioner for taking affidavits The Canadian Credit Men's "Trust association has been made-, official assignee for the Judicial district of Lethbridge W T Patton of Coutts and B J Sen! of Lethbridge specter and game guardian, respect- ively. Clean "Old DuteU" quickly and from Mth Suuuuid h on metal fixtures pear with the half tho fame. Saves Your Eaergr tTPfSS: Neck or Armo Any wolnan .wishing to rid herself of tin. obntinato hairy growth will bo to know that plain powdered phehilnol will completely and quickly banish the coarsest, thickest hair, as well as the softest down, without in- jury to any- akin. As pheminol is now so much used for this purpose, most jdruggists carry It in the original pack- age. A. little oil it should he mixed Into a paste with water and applied directly to the hair. In two or three minutes when the paste is removed the f-kin will ho found entirely hair- free, smooth and npotlesa. Gives Hair Natural Wavy Effect-, Since the virtues of plain liquid ail- mftrine ;is a. hair curler hcciimo known English chemists, us well as druggists oversea, have been having a really ex- traordinary demand for this remark- able product. Its effectiveness and iU Rntire as compared with the ruinous curling have been reapon- ;elhle for its incroasing use for tho purpose mentioned. AS the cuiilnwss Is in -evidence for from one tit tiro weeks, p. small 'bottle of Hnuid sil- merine lasts a long time. One need only apply a little of the liquid with a dean tooth brush before retiring and in the morning the hair will have that beautiful wavy appearance which bears no uiarkii' of artificial Is Powder Necessary? I say emphatically, no! There is a simple lotion which can be easily and cheaply made at home and it is at the same time iboth effective and benefic- ial to (he complexion. Cleminite Is a. 1 splendid-substitute for face powder, j which is at the bottom of many com- plexion troubles. Get about an ounce from the druggist and dissolve in four tablespoonfuls of water. Tlie re- sult is a fine clesr liquid which in- stantly gives the face, neck or arms that peach-like bloom of -perfect health. There is nothing'to equal it for greasy skins, and the .result lasts' all day long1 under the- moat trying conditions. Try it for the next danco. Scanty Eyebrows and Lashes What a wealth -of expreBsian can be given to an otherwise plain face, 'by fine arching eyebrows and long curling lashes! Much cure should he exercised, however, in choosing a' pomade for promoting the growth of alt her, as it is'practically impossible to keep the lids tightly closed when treating the lashes. Mcnnaline has the advantage of heing perfectly harmless and at the same time a healthy stiniu'lant to the hair follicles. Its use tends to -darken the'new which is what most women Don't Rub Your Han- Scalp massage is a vnry good thing only if it is done projiorly. But the casual method of rubbing 'he scalp causes the hairs to grind against each other, thus bruising and often destroying tho outer casing of the hairs. The correct, method is to press the finger tips firmly on the scalp and with a, circular motion work the sculp gently about without letting the ringers slip over the surface. This prevents the hairs being forcibly rub- bed together In the injurious manner described. Dandruff, the greatest enemy to the hair is best removed by a simple toiv ic which can he jeaslly miide up at home, and need tie only occasionally applied to the scalp at night with the linger tips. From your druggist get one-fourth piiit fbfty rum and about an of> and mix together. Tlils.' pleasant solution ia very beneficial io hair. It quick- ly clears the scalp of the injurious dandruff and immediately stimulates the hair roots. About Shampooing Even the best -shampoo is some- what drying awl Jf the hair is not naturally oily, ;I-j suggest thaj, just before the shampoo, you apply olive .oil'to the it into the hair roots vigorously. Then use pure .stallax for the. phompoo. Dissolve a teaspoonful in a.fcup of hot water. This will hair very clean, soft and fluffy...1 U S B. PIIiBNTA'. COMPLEXION SOAP, THE GREAT ENGLISH COM- PLEXION CLEANSER. ALL DRUG- 1 I Mr. and Mrs. tieo. Ewing oE Taber, are in the citv spending the week-tntl with Mr. anil'Mrs. J. 13. Wilkje. W. K. Anderson, manager oi tho Bank of Hamilton at Tabcr, has been transferred to the branch at Hami- ota, Man., and will lie succeeded by Mr. Wilson, who comes iron: Jlani- John B. Lyons, oi Prcwse Lyons, .Taber, left this week for a three months' trip to the eastern provinces. The. report of the Travellers1 Aid, Miss M. E. Cameron, for the month of November, shows that trains were met, liii people ot whtxn JtJ were young girls. Positions Were found for girls. A yogng trjrl of tender years, who was travelling alone from Peace Riv- er to Portland, Ore., was placed in charge of the Travellers' Aid by the conductor, ami placed on the proper train next morning. Another young girl arrived in the city from Den- mark. She could neither speak or understand English. The Aid found an interpreter and cared ior her un- til friends iroiii Milk River arrived. .The comic rtfllW to the entertain- ment was '-Messrs. Asqulth and Waddtngton 3h; the 'particularly comic sketch of gA. Sister to Assist If any, evidence was necessary to proclaim" that "ye in the heart of a paifiqtic community it was amply afforded" by the'iifamense crtmd that in' the Majestic Theatre last qlght tp swejl the Watts of the Daughters of uhder whose auspices the entertainment was giv- en. It was a splendid gathering, re pwaentative of a type of ..citizenship that has no peer tne wide world over The citizenship that the present cris brought forth in village, tqwu and city of the Emp.re, do tji part, if not in. the fir- ing lice at anv rate in caring for those left behind by the men. who have to battle, and soothe and-alleviate the-sufferings of these nien when they fall in the on- slaught. The success of the entertainment represented by the patronage was re- flected in the brilliance of the per formance And here too 'much credit cannot" be givea" to" Mrs. BrymnerVaad Mrs; ed it, and to Miss Saunders r, ho drill ed the In their dances It was 'Ladies' Night" at the Ma jestic and the wholeheartedness of their endeavors in making the per formancQ what it as had its reward and response in the hearty apprecla- tion of the big audience Speaking during ah programme on the aims of the Patri- otic and Red Cross funds, ,W. A. .Buch- anan, M.P., particularly referred to.the mariner in which tlie Indies of Leth- bridge, through their different organ hatlons, had ehown the men the way by their activity and enthusiasm in the patriotic causes they under taken f The entire programme went off without" a and the stage, mana- ger deserves credit for the prompt and Basj mannei m which Items were staged If particular mention of these has to be made, no one will gm'dge the distinction being given to ih.e "Dance of the Allies" Here the juveniles showed an intelli gence and grace in their movements which redounded to of themselves and their instructor. The performance went through rytbra ind precision, and well worthy the plaudits which rung tb rough the theatre The cadets made a good showing) under the leadership of Major-General Maximilian who made lip In efficiency all that he lacked in a fee. word of praise is due also to the little who sounded the calls to the manner born! Th'o combined chorus of Knox and 3t Augustln's choim did their parr n very competent faKhion, and Mr.! Brvmner sung Co nan Doyle's "Whojl in entertainers, with; get-up ttiift' waJT Weal and a vernacular that the audl .ence with laugljt A color lent the occa fiion by the hussar uniforms who .Busied theafsafives among the audience selling caocblates. The Thea tre was also literally decorated with flags and The Pipers' Band; stirred the audi- ence with the skirl of the bagpipes, and features of entertainment were thp highly selection of the Mandolin clufi.; aiid an admirably rendered solo by 'Mrs. -E. F. Ivaytoa. One and all of.; the entertalnmera rose to, the occasion, and the result must have surpassed the expectations of those instrumental in arranging the programme, with a-beau- tifully set "Our Allies." ac- companied to Uitil strains of an or- chestra which dldats duty well during the evening. 'During the evening the .untiring: ser- vices of Mrs. Brymner and who'perfeqted all the arrange ments for the concert! were recogniz- ed bv the presclitation to each of them' of a jnagoificeht bouquet of roses from a individual in the audience in this Jway exproesing not only his own appreciation, but that, we .are sure, of entire audienicq, On Nov. 30th a quiet but popular wedding was solemnized in the Cliureh of England, Lethbritlge, when Miss Klioda Jane Remington, of Masinasin, Alta., youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. U. E. Remington, became the bride of Corp. Francis Esmond Torpey, B.N.W.M.P. 'Corp. Torpey was formerly Ktat-ioued at Pond. O'Keille, and was very popular on- the force. Me is now at Hetliuv, Alta. The'Kev. W. Lawsou Smith, M. A., omciated. Tlie young bride looked charming, being tastefully at- tired in a richly trimmed ivory du- chesse satin, and carrying a beautiful bouquet of roses. The bridegroom's gift to the bride was a handsome Persian ivory toilet set. In leaving for her new' home at Retlaw Mrs. Torpey leaves a large circle oi friends who one and all join in wishing her and her help-meet a happy and pros- perous life in their: new abode. The W. A., oi Si. Mary's will meet Monday afternoon in St'. Mary's hall l when liiml arrangements will he made i ior the hazaar. All the members arc I requested to be on hand: St. Mary's Men's Society will hold their next whist drive on Tuesday, Sth in the Parish hall at 8 p.m. Everybody welcome. A good time 'is assured. The Alexander Gait. Chapter I. 0. D L acknowledge the 10! loivinj Socks Mrs J H Oliver d Mrs L, S Smith, 1 Mrs Gamer on. 1 Mrs. Wm. Stafford, -2 Misses Cameron, S Mrs. Naisinith. 6 Mrs. E. H. 'Wilson, 9 Mrs. Linning, 1 Helen. Kathleen and Mr. Sear, 2 Mrs H 1 aylor 1 Mrs J O Wil sou. 1 Mrs. AViUisnis; '1 Mrs. Wash- After Supper Tonight Comejto The Bay The store is all aglow with Cliris'tnuis spirit. Suggestions on every hand. Do yoirf shop- ping here tonight and don't forget, to see TOYLAND on the second floor. Clearing Out these Drug Sundries Tonight Under instructions from our head office we arc clearing out our stock of Drug Sumli'ies. The following items, go on sale to- night. In most cases prices are. cut in half. These perfumes make excellent gifui. COLGATE'S 50c lines 25c 51.00 lines 50c ?2.00 lines H.25 S2.50 (Florclent) COLQATES TOOTH large size ..........i 2Cc. Shaving Powder 10c Shaving Cream...... 10c Shsving Soap 10c PALM OLIVE SOAP 10c. Shoe Saving of Note Just This is u smart style button boot for ladies. Patent This model has medium heel ami nicely rouutled toe, Reg. J8.50 Fibre Rugs to Clear Values Just two of; these green-fibre rugs left. Size u x 9 feet, plain green centres, band borders, Reg. 55.00.. Beautiful Under- skirts, while they Last, tonight 42.00 saved on these under- skirts tonight. Beautiful shades in satin and moire. val- ues, latest styles CjJ QR Saturday Night Treats in Grocery Section. 7% Baldwin Apples. Ibs. for Plump, Juicy Oranges per dozen Popular Lines Mixed Nutcp per Ib 4 Packets Jellies tonight 25c 27c 18c 25c for Men's Socks. 8 Pairs for Fine Cashmere1 Socks for men is the time to stock up. All 25c lines. On sale to- i night. G pairs for Men's Scarfs, Popu- lar Bilk Knit Beautiful range of colorings in these men's silk knitted scarfs, fringed ends. Regular for 79c HUDSON'S BAY CO. rymple, 1 Mrs. Smith; 1 Mrs. 2 A. Friend, 2 Mrs. Macbeth J Mrs MoKilTop I Miss McKay, 3 Mrs. J. Di Higinbotham 1 Mrs Holberton, 3 Miss MoKelvie, 1 A Friend, 1 Sirs. 1 Mrs. Ford. 2 Mrs. Seatle, 1 Miss BentVey, 1 A Friend, I.Mrs. Burns. Wristlets 1 Helen Colpman, 1 brooke a Daughters and plaids of Kathleen Colpman 1 Mrs R Riplej bngland, 1 Mrs Unold 2 Mrs Mc-j i Caster S Itgram, 10 Mrs Cupps Holt. die. 1 Mrs. A. Simpson, 1, Mrs. Sz i" 1 H Holbeiton Miss Forgie, 1 Miss An-: gie Bau den i Mrs, Scott sr 1 Mrs bcott sr 1 Mrs Srott sr 1 Mrs McLcod 1 Miss Dougall 1 Mrs. Lewis 1 Miss UcKelvie 1 Mrs D. fa broith 1 Mr r Sewing, Shirts 3. Mrs. Cormaclc and Mri, McDonald 3 Mrs SEAL BRAND COFFEE The Finishing Touch To A Perfect CHASE 8ANBORN MONTREAL. u Nahb 3 Mrs Bissott i Miss Boles j and work part) 1 Mrs C 4 Smith 1 Mrs H Olner 1 Miss Cam 9 Mrs DMrymple eron i vlrs llauison S Miss Math Mrs DP Vcber 1 McKenzie 1 Mrs Craig 1 Mrs eson (Purple Springs) 1 Mrs Har ris 1 Mrs Tlynn 1 Mrs i A Jar vis. 1 Miss. Hal- 1 Mrs John Home 1 Miss Hmchclif! (Diamond 3 Mis Moods, 1 Mrs Champness 1 Mrs R Ripley; "Mrs L M Johnswrae 1 Mrs Cnpps 1 Mrs Wellington 1 Mrs. Dill. 1 Miss Dunk, 6 Mrs. Dal- H Mrs 4 Mrs Hoddei 2 Miss Vgnew 1 Mrs Smythe. Cholera 1 Miss L fimeron 1 Mrs De Veber 2 Mrs Hovyker 4 Mrs Cripps, 1 Mrs. H. I.Mrs. ,H. Bent- ley 3 Mrs Johr Hone 1 Misses Cameron i "Miss Lith 1 Miss Ding wall 2 Mrs Buchanan. 1 Mrs Har ham 1 Mrs R Uipley 2 Mrs 3 Mr-, Goar 21 Scott 1 Mi1- Blennre 1 pair Fuond 1 Mrs i Ud socks 21 handkerchiefs Mrs B Ripley and Mrs D A Tavlot b ice rag covers 8 broad bindaget (j bed- side bags 13 honpital shirts Cr F Club Magazines Mrs Robertson Mrs. John JDraie clippings for natcels, Bawden 3 dbz. packs Mrs. Brymner. Mrs, Get Y our Skating Boots in all sizes for men, women and children from The Foot To You will enjoy this good, healthy exercise to a greater degree by being properly equipped We Also Fasten Skates On Boots W. J. Nelson Co. 620 3rd Aye. Sooth r- "--o ;