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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TIE LITHBHIDGK PA1LT HBRALU FRIDAY, DECEMBER An Exceptional Bargain Last from Rylands for Saturday HEKE IS without 'a doubt one of the best Saturday Bargain Listswe have prepared for a limg, long time. We are planning for a big day's trade and have made, every arrangement to take care oi tuc.ex- tra business resulting from offering like tins right in the Irasjj season. Extra experienced salespeople will be on hand to serve you, So matter where you live it will pay you to take advantage of Ky- lands' Bio- Saturday Sale. We deliver parcels to all corners oLthe citjr, ------------------n BARGAINS IN UNDERWEAR lonrv (rtWSt OO VnusuaJ savings in our big railty UUWl. lie -specials" from the bargain ofterlnipi: Towellings 16 inch fine Bleached Irish Linen with a neat flower de- sign, for small suest quantity limited. BLACK so'palrs'of Girls' Black Tights, four sites; 50c and Coats up to ttt. nnw purchased 25 Coats this week from a travelling sales- man representing an Eastern house, at about half price. All styles and materials, up to 38. 200 yards of White Flan' An unusual (bargain in White Flannelette. This shipment came to us after we had secur- ed our regular supply. We will clear out the snrplua itock. Some 500 yards, 34 inches wide at WOMEN'S .knit, .fine ri 31 to SS only; Extra 60c VejTa Oft ft flew Serge Skirts for All the new styles in Serge fad Corduroy Skirts, first grade of cloths, sizes from 24 to 30 hands; colors nary, black 15C Extra Wide Silk Ribbon This is a Ribbon we have in all the new colors, fully 6 ins. an extra fine quality ,of silk; worth easily 50c a raid. WOMEN'S pair CHILOREK't'COKsVS, natural or elaeUt fKm pair LADIES' COairftjJ'shojt sleeve, DatcK ta'ee I ff- finest of cash- mere and also silk KQfk and wool; A Bargain 1C 1Jc A bargain in Ladies' fine lan- and Sirise Kerchiefs, dainty embroWered in corners and hemstitched edges; values up 27in. Colored Eiderdowns 35C 'A soft floecy Eiderdown, In vhite. sky, rose pink; 29 inches wide, suitable for kim- oaas, etc., regular 50c 100 Pairs PiC CO Corsets Ipr A new PV C. Corsets on sale for toowrrow only: rail skirt, iMdium feat, coutll material; aiiw to 28 A splendid wraet lor Smallware Snaps for -Saturday 54in. Eider'ns, All Seamless Black 1 or Cashmere Hose Penman's can colored luxe Cashatere black Hose, MIRRORS; Ebony backed i'Hand Mirrors, two fceaTt oerelled glass Talnes up to for "tUv v YARNS; Baldwin's 4 or 5-ply ,Pingerlns Jn. black or 4 E heather; Saturday I BnTTONS: fine quality four hole Pearl, assorted siies gg card........ _MENDINS YARNS m 1 oz "tails or skeUis; CM black only CROCHET HOOKS; a new stock of Abel ITorraU's, B i English make for the kiddies; nickel silrer, two In 4 a DOS for BARRETTSS for the girls- small Tour choice Watson's Best 7C Plash Sleepers Another new stock of V7M son's best "ijuality IKK Suits for the children, size 2 This will be the last lot to So sold at this price: 8V4 to m_; M .ing at the low- prtee. Heafy Worsted Hose 29C Extra Large 7C Overall Aprons Extra large Overall Print Aprons with belt ami short 'sleeve. Also Gingham Overall Aprons with dust cap, 10 doz an oh sale'Saturday. A stmni- School Hole IB all up to SH will 4e, qn for Satur- daj-oalT. nose IB worth 40c a pair la the regular way. Penman's Best Silk Hose 1.50 For those women -who-'wtat the best Silk recom- mend this vat thread ailk stocking, cornea In black only. A Complete Stock of Ribbons of All Kinds Just now have a cosp'ets of Bibfeons 10 every shade and width sou could ask for Special prices on Ribbons by the foolt An fine lot of Fancy Ribbons for etc Per yard, from 30c to............ Have You Seen the New Silt and Serge Dresses We are (being complimented these days oa our showing of Evening Gowns In satins, slHn, and fancy ninons Also many smart Street Dreases la navr, black and bnxra: sizes abo 34 to Prices start at IS.50 np .to: RYLANDS CO. The Busy Store is FINE FOR KIDNEYS, QUIT MEAT the Kidneys at once when Back hurts or Bladder 1 bothers: 3Jo man or woman wno eats meat can make a mistake hy Hashing the kidneys occasionally, says a well-known authority Meat forms oric acid which clogs the kid- ney fcores so they sluggishly filter or atrain only part of the waste and poisons from the iblood, then you get gick. Nearly all rheumatism, head- liver trouble, nervousness, .constipation, dizziness, sleeplessness, bladder Disorders come from sluggish kidneys moment you feel a dull ache in the kidneys or your back hurts, or if'.the :n'rine is cloudy, offensive, full irregular of passage or by a sensation of scalding, get about four ounces of Jad Salts from any reliable pharmao and take tsjblespoohful in a glass of water Before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine This famous salts is made from the acid Df grapes and lemon juke, combined with llthia and has been used for generations to flush clogged kidneys and stimulate them to actlvilj, also to neutralize the acics in urine so it no longer causes irritation, thus encl- Jad Salts Is inexpensive and can. dot-injure: makes a delightful effer- drink which all regular meat eaters should take now and then to keep the kidneys clean id. the Wood pure, avoiding kidaer D :h_am Drug NEMIMCAM: -'NAME OF PROGRESSIVE TOWN (Medicine Bat Times) With the extension of stee! on the Lethbridge-Weyborn line, the town of Nemlskam, nine cut of Fore- most, came into being a couale of months ago. It. boasts a Board of Trade with 35 members, Win. Levin being Urn president.; It soiiw to build a ban so that lectures may be ghen and other public meetings held It has a good opening for a hlack- smjth, and "it wants mall lervice twice a week. It wu to boost for the but-men- tioned item that G.1B. James came from Nemiskam to the Hit. Yester- day he interviewed Nelson Spencer and wan pleased to learn that the latter had already recommended' to Ottawa the giving of a mall service twice a week, and that the will likely soon be started. Mr. James states that the in the dislriet were excellent. Ed. Thompson hn 28 stacks of wheat from and it is estimated that each stack will thresh at leut 300 bushels. Mr. James himself had an awrase of 50 wheat to the acre and his "volunteer" winter went 56 fcushels to the acre.. Setrt Sampson Coraego, an Indian from Hiawatha, Out, was kiiied at tbe tront. Isaac Campbell, D. D born near Prterboio, Out., died at Otta- wa, where lie n as lor pastor Krrtlne fftfbytain dnirck. WOMEN MAY Alp HARVEVTC OF It If Winnipeg, Dec. way have to work In the CaoaiMan fields next year, unless the 'Comes to an unexpected ead. they ijiy Twve la work in other fxxUlaaa aew filled by men Usually at this time the year a number of men are working for their winter's board, this year farmers and their families are do- ing all the work themselves. Many logging camps have not been opened becanrt men' are' not Obtain- able Usually the farm hands so In- to bush for the winter, 6ut thla year they nave joined the colon, so :h; cut be the smallest for many years. Machinists aad other mech- anics are also very scarce. Many aw coming from the States and are get- ting employment upon their arrival. Union officials say every OMtaHlc ID Canada Is employed. Patriatlt NifM a4 The of prrfeman. ees at Starlaid today wW to the Patriotic the proaram li an exceptionally ttlfflU Mo, of a patriotic "TTie CM of the la acts sad "The Pugmakers in aeti. tt In addition'' to thia Mr. ttfSBiag will the ifMloUc (oaf, "We Sweep the Irarybtiftr help the PnncL O. A. Boehaua, oi Smdridge. Ont., has been anointed to tkeatafl of the Keybna Colletlate. Institute, to sittcced Olirtiiv CLARKE CO. The LadW Store Useful Gifts In The Largest Selection Ever Featured By This Store Values In Fine Furs HAT .45 inch; special BEST CANADIAN MINK MUFF BEST CANADIAN MINK MUFF H5 00 BEST CANADIAN MINK MUFF BEST CANADIAN MINK STOLE........... 4100.00'POINTED FOX SET fer MOXOO ISABELLA FOX SET Selling for ajO.00 ELECTRIC SEAL SET far.................. Selling for'............... BLACK FOX MUFF Selling for (27.M BLACK. FOX C4C flfl SeBIng for............... BLACK-FOX Selling for iZtJO BLACK FOX STOLE flrt Selling for I2J.OO ICELAND FOX Selling for............... WOLF MUFF, BLUE OR flfl BLACK, for................ IMITATION C1K flfl ALL AT ONE-THIRD OFF. GIVE SOMETHING TO YOU'RE GIVING THE MOST APPRECIATED OF GIFTS. CHRISTMAS STOCKS NOW ON DISPLAY HERE OFFER SCORES OF EASY SOLUTIONS TO YOUR OIFT PROBLEMS, AND IF YOU VISIT THIS STORE FROM NOW' TILL CHRISTMAS YOU WILL ALWAYS SEE SOMETHING SUGGESTIVE OF AN ACCEPTABLE GIFT FC-R YOUR FRIENDS. Just twelve more days uow-r-tijue is getting short early selections are the most satisfactory. NEWEST SILK KIMONAS to NEWEST CREPE KIMONAS to CHILDREN'S FINE DRESSES 65c "52.50 Six month, one andtwo year sizes FINEST VOILE WAISTS to SILK AND CREPE DE CHINE WAISTS SPECIAL HANDKERCHIEF LOTS 5c, 18c, 25c, 35c, 50c NEWEST HAND BAGS 75c to SILK HOSIERY IN ALL COLORS 'i GREYLOCK DRESS GLOVES Special Blaclt, -white, tan, greys; fully guaranteed. DOGSKIN WALKING GLOVES Tan or LONG KID GLOVES Black or and DAINTY TEA APRONS 25c to DOYLIES AND LINEN CENTRES 26c to Hand made ]ace and hand embroidery work REAL HAND EMBROIDERED WHITE- off. Corset Covers, Gowns and Princess Slips. Cfl I.WU >.50 Great Sale of Suits and Coats SUIT SALE Choice of the entire stock up to SUIT SALE TWENTY FINE COATS Worth ?20, ?1S and J17.DO NEWEST Selling at............... NEWEST Selling at................. NEWEST Selling at................ NEWEST Selling a.t................ NEWEST Selling at NEWEST Selling at................. Choice of all suits up to To Effect Saving in School Insurance If the plans of the., public school board can be brought into effect a considerable. saving, fire, insurance on The various schools will be made. The .hoardj estimates "that a consider- able saving can be made if the values ol foundations of the various schools, which are rarely af- fected by fires, are deducted from the total the buildings. The whole matter out at the school board meeting last even- ing, but no definite decision was reached. Several oi.the prominent in- surance men 01 the city were in at- tendance, called into consultat-on h> of the board The pro- posal is also made to adjust the in- surance policies so that in future they will fall due at the same time each year, and in that way the in- surance for the schools can1 be al- 'otted In bulk to various companies ies. It is likely the matter will be set- tled before .the. new board: comes into office. DARKEN GRAY HAIR, LOOK YOUNG, PRETTY f Sage Tea and Sulphur Darkens So Naturally that No- body can tell. Almost everyone knows that Sage Tea and Sulphur, properly compound- ed, Brings; back the naturalrcolor and lustre to'the hair when faded, streak- ed or gray; also ends dandruff, ing scalp and stops falling hair. Years ago the only way to get this 'mixture1 was to make it at home, which is mussy and troublesome. Nowadays, by asking at any drug store for, "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com- you -will get a large "bottle of this. famous old recipe for about 60- cents Don't stay gray! Try it! No one can possfbly tell that you darkened your as it does it so naturally and evenly. .You dampen a sponge or. soft (brush "with it and draw this through your hair, taking strand at a time; by morning the gray hair disappears, and after an- other application or two, your hair becomes beautifully dark, thick and glossy J. D. Higlnbbtham Co., Limited, AGWUfiLO Wine Spirit Co. Closing-Out Sale 40% REDUCTION ON ALL WINES and SPIRITS. EVERY. THING MUST BE SOLD BEFORE THE LAST OF THE YEAH. Wa'still have a good assortment of Wines, Liqueurs and Cordials. Our stock is decreasing rapidly and to-. (benefit from tlie 'Closing Out Sale, orders should bo sent in promBtiy. .We deliver to all parts of the city, free of _ i C. C. Pagnuelo Wine Spirit Co. 407 and 409 SECOND AVENUE For Patriotic Fund The J.. RUchie Pateraon hegs to ackntfwledge the re- ceipt of )18800 from the Teachers1 Patriotic.and Relief Association, being their, donation to this f fund for the month of -November 1915, and from JThe Salvation Army Home Leiurue, per Mis. H. Dawson, 11000, nelnc 10 per cent of the proceeds of sale of work held at the citadel on the 4th Instant, nGUHEISCROSiL mm mm COBMED LOOK, MOTHER 1 IF TONGUE IS COATED CLEAN LITTLE LIVER AND BOWELS If your little one's tongue is coated, t is a sure'sign the stomach, liver, and bowels need a gentle, thorough cleansing at once. When your child i cross, peevish, listless, pale, not sleep, eat or act If >reath la bad, stomach sour, system MI of cold, throat sore, or If feverish give a teaspoonlul of "California Syrup of and in u few hours all the clogged-up, constipated sour bile and undigested food will gently move out of the hare- a well, ptavfnl child aaain. glcfc children needn't be coaxed to take this harmless "fruit laxative." MllBona of mothers keep It handy he- cause they know Ita action on tie stomach, liver and bowels Is and sure They also know a little riven today saves a sick child tottor- few. Ask your for a 50-coat bet- tic of "California Byrap of which contains directions for 'iBi.H, children of all aiw for gro-vri plainly on the botdt Beware of coun- HtMtt sold hen. CM, the genuine made by "Catlfomla f.g Strut Com One Dollar Jwo Dollar Jhree Dollar Suggestions In Brass-Plated and Cased Cutlery for Christmas You are specially invited to view the Goods displayed in Show Cases Just Step Inside We will Hold any Article for You Until Xmas Eve _______________________ y Bob-Sleighs 50c to Hayr Hardware Co. ;