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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta i WibNiiSDAT, JANUART 20, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERAXJb >AGBP1VB if SoMe Good Reasons Should Be at th^e Rummage Sale Thursday's list of bargains cpiitaiifiifj .m^ny cold weather neoesgities- GlbVesV UnderAvear, Goat^, FufB*-*nd thete is many a cold day ah^adyet. Everytady in the city should take 8Cdvaiitagci"of thfise jy;onderful sayings. )Your sjiiallest purchase entitlesiyou to a coupon in the premium list ot $150,,^ale ends oh Saturday sure.; . ; , . V No phone orders;for sale, groods--all sales for cash. ladies' combinations Wat-son's regular^|1.7B: ^ vests, pur best grades of i'iWktBon'a and Tum-biill'B;"^r�lna or natural BQ^ up to SKATirib caps and Bonnets; worth to |3.00; While tlln^; last ... 95c Elbe^oowns in white, sky^and-pink, also the bal-ancei' ipf: the alltu on paie M28c: worOi up to $1.00 .. 13e DARNING WOOL on card �^ While they laW, each .., Ci W B,A' R R ET T E 8; good strong clasps- 1 Cm 2go and S5c for ...... � � vU hAiR NEtisr exfi* iarge Royal Nets;' regular-lOo; OCm 7 Jpr...............� fcvU, Wash "BOfTONS for under weir, S-'do^en-.on card; 4 Am Regular SOc for I UV BONE hair PJNS; 4 on a card; regular 16c for 96 PEARll BUTTONS; small and medVuin, ;t�1u09 up to 15c'for',,V BOOT la niphalr,4:dozen pair for ElOERboWM wool, il dark shades*,' per skialn BOOT LACESI strong EmERJDipllyM WOOL, la RA! 25e On* Day; ,Bar|ia|fi� On Sale for Thursday Only BdV�' oVeRAtiu*; 2 to 7 years slue. WViUe they last; a pair '..:..... JEMBROIDERV.; lOOyards of neat Edgings and Insertlbna; on sale per yard............... wW COLORED silks; .8� Inches wide, heavy messalines, regular "jCg^ 11.50; on sale at half jprrtee 196 CASHMERE HOSS; linen heel and toe, rsguiar 50c, Penman's 9Qm make; on sale'a pair...... Cv6 CORSET EMBROIDERY; open Pat' terns; go4id qiiiiUty mus- 4 4 1m lin; Thursday only .... I Ci2 v APRONS,:; QiNQHAM; 27 In. wide, pink or sky, neat check; Thursday. oiily ............. 66 CHILDREN'S COATd; 2 to 5 year sites, ibUtnket cloths & 4�a QC Bear Cloths,: up. to $7.. lD OVOVES Idr' the children, regular 35c "{'Qf^ 40c for .............'.i'iBly MOtHA GLOVES ana >Iitt8 for women; wortli up to OCA Jl,76 for ..............POQ EXTRA Yard wide pongee silk Also 27 inch Cord Velvets in many shades; 4Am Reg TSc and Sac.. OvC %2MB woollen blankets! 64x80, 7 pound fleecy all wool White Blankets, regular C9 ^C �5;00 for ...........jP�ii�6 wool blankets; grey, 7 lbs. a special iblanket worth ?4.00, on sale down comforters; colored silkoline covers, down filled. Regular price $5.00 for ...........vCfaa' flannelette blankets; large size "secDnds" of our regular $3.00 line; on enle......... white ftUILTS; lioney comb>, good size, regular CI lf?0 $1.60; on sale, cach^laUS, RYLANDS & CO e THE BUSY STORE SCHOOLS IN ALjBERTA Marked' Progress Made---rrow. Her daughter, Mrs. Jones of High River will receive with her. Mrs. E. H, Dawson, 124? Fifth Ave. S., who underwent a serious operation in Gait hospital on Monday is improving quite favorably.  * � H. M. Dlser and family are removing from Lethbridge to Ohio on Wednesday. Mr. .Dlser will ibave charge' ot the Wesley prayer service on "iVed-nesday evening at 8 o'clock, and say good bye to his friedda.. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Holmes, formerly of Lethbridge, but now residing In Toronto, are rejoicing ever the birtji of a daughter.  .�, � The Alexander Gait Oliapter, I.O.D. E., will meet at four o'clock tomorrow afternoon, in the Y.M.C.A.   �,  The Young Ladles'. Bible class ot St. Andrew's church will not meet tonight as has been iannounced. n>n8, fine quality, neatly made.^ fancy embroidered 'Mb. Regular prtoe^SSc. 4 for .......i........... Men's Half Hose, Special Values at 25c This lino of Hoelerj' represents a special purchase !by our Uaatern Buying Agency. They are the popular "Llama Brand" and usually retail at 9C ft 60c. Black only. Per pair �66 $1.00 RUG ODDMENTS Fringed Axmlnster Rugs, 4�K'xfl8"; Regular prfoe $10.00 Plush Rugs, slue 48"x24"; Regular price $3.75 $5.00 $2.00 Plnah B�g�: size 3�"xlft'y Regular price $2.25 Pliwh H���; alze iO'xWi Regrulat price $1.25 ......�.i...^v times ,a day Yri ' * Tile first dose Bhouldfliegln to relievo the - distressing i^ead noises, headache, dullness, cloggy, thinking, Oto.,; iwhlle the hearUifeo rapidly returns as the system la Invigorated by the tonic action of the.treatment. Loss of.smell and raucous drppping in the back of the. throat, are other symptoms that show tile presence of ca-tjirrhsl poison, and which are often entirely overcome by this efHcacious twatment. Nearly ninety per cent, of all ear troubles are be directly caused by catarrh, therefore, there tnuBtUbe many people who�? hearing' flan be reptored by this slinnle home Irpatto^nt' > iJ ..... ii^lio  lt:j|iwi(led: wii f, oaUrrUaLSitaalar^ ai()r^.fprm;v9Ma|feM A DISTINCTIVE WRAPLET Of ermine lined with Madonna Wue and gold brocade finished with a modish skunk collar. � TO REINFORCE PATRICIAS Salisbury, Eng., � Jan. 19.-Eighly-twc members of a Nova Scotia regiment: ithe 17th Infantry Battalion) of tho Canadian .Expeditionary Force, have been sent to France to reinforce the Princess Patricia's. ' When the Princess Patricia's went to Winchester to Join a British brigade before proceeding to France, they, were.armed with the Lee Enfield Rifles in place of the Canadian Rosa riiio.-.;;^ . ^ �. . ' The statement that tho Nova Scotia battalion has been so armed therefore is apparently significant ot an early move toward the firing line. In Japan strikes, are regarded - as conspiracies and lieavy penalties are enforced. � SIR MAX- A ttAiOW'S" London, Jan. l9.-^i/--Ma!iil"Aijk��l, M.P, has been appointed,';,-"ByiBjfIt ness'" tp record the' doings' of ;:theki3aJ nadlan expedltion&ry; foVc^-s'M-'vthe front. He has been glVfin' thb-i�ftk of major. , ~' QCNCRAL srOSftEL DEAD v> � Londob.'^-TVhe deatb ol .I give ;