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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JULY 2.1, 1915 T HE L E T II15 R I 0 E I) A IV, T Hf E R A t PAGK SEVEN RYLANDy RUMMAGE SALE ENDS TONIGH ITT rri HERS IS GOING to be one groat "Clean-up" tonight at Rylando I Riminiago Sale. Th" balance of the goods icft.on the bargain tables will be sold at prices that have never been equalled al any former sale. No matter where you live, make it a point to be hero tonight. We wlli i-i.o you from your dry goods bill. Double Coupons with Every Purchase in Premiums Given Away Monday Ladies' Cotton Hose; tonight only a pair---- Lone Bilk Gloves; while anil colors Ladies' Vests that sold all tho way to T.'ic Ladles' Drawers that were p'riced at 35 .t iidr Child's Straw Hats worth up to Girls' Print, or Ging- ham Dresses up to Silk Voile Waists up 10 tonight .Middies Embroidery Waists up to 100 pairs Ijidien' Lis'lt Summer "Corsets Night Gowns for wo- f4 QC men worth to Silk Hose, black and. colors; reg. 75 to''31.25 99V Muslin Dresses, worth as high as C7 Half price .........4" "U" lOc 75c 25c 25c 49c 9Bc 85c 19c 10c Glrla' Lisle Hose, all colors, up to OOc: Child's Socks; Ihe bal- ance of our stock Aprons, large allover style, last tune at Ladies' Pumps and Hut. Oxfords to 55.50 Prints. 100 yards; last lime tonigiit at Mouse Dresses Uiat were ?1.5iJ and Drosses in Ratines aml_Mualm up to now.............. Balance of the new Wash Skirts up to.IS Men's Tan Drill Work Shirts; tonight White and Striped Flan- nelette; tonight........ Boys'. Itibbed Cotton; black only; 35 :to :loc.. Boys' Khaki Drill Bloomer Pants-...----- Austro-German Forces Suffer Heavy Losses in Killed and Prisoners in Brave Counter-Attacks by Russians I I w 59c 8c 15c 75s I'etrosrari, The furious Warsaw is daily. on July 22 the Germans smashed at six miies southwest of Ivangoroii. but are. said to have been hurled back with heavy losses hy a determined coun- tr-r attack. On .lulv 21, the Germans in the ei-nirc of the line suf- fered cruelly in assaults on I Voislaveitze and Gruhcho according m reports received here, r They succeeded in occupying th ut makins sub- via London, July tion of Reiovetz. will three-front battle for I stantial gains, growing more intense Take Prisoners southward on ihe River Hug, in the region of Soiial, ihe ilue- yians continue mei'i inc offensive with offensive. On liif of .July 21'. dispalclies say. th-, lines of IJcrman tn-uc 22nd, drove ihe Tftt skirts of Sokal. In the counter attaci ;tbe-Aiistrians wer" nositious, j render; the rem Mr. Arthur Ilifiinboiham was the host of a jolly children's tea party yexlrrday aUcrneiein al the Hudson's Hay lea room. Mrs. .1. Robertson entertained a few friends al lea yesterday alter-' noon in the Hudson Hay.tea room, in honor of Mrs. Kawnes. who is visit- ing her sister, Mrs. D. A. Taylor. The ladies who are providing cake for tile Keii Cross motor ride on Mon- day are asked lo see that their cakes 'arc left at Jackson's Drug store at 7 o'clock on Monday cvcn- Thc A. have discontinued llmr afternoon July and for the rest of the summer months. A spreial meetinc will be callfil for tin! purpose of arranging for the pic- Tile Baptist Sunday school j held the annual picnic at the river bottom yesterday aiternuon. A very I'liicvahle time was spent bv almut si-ve'ntj- ciiildren and adults, in Raines and sports, alter which refrrslnnrats were served in real piniii- style, which unfortunately came to a close with the electric siurtii. Saturday Night Specials To Ensure a Brisk Three Hours' Selling-? to 10 Wirthmor Waists The Blouse Shop's Specialty Some time aKO v.-e inlrnduced to I.clhbrldse ladies Ihe Wirth- mor Waist Since that time this high ''lass little blouse has increased daily in favor and today it is tho most popular selling garment in the Whitcwear Section. 1'or Saturday night shoppers we announce a new arrival of Wirlhmores featuring many new styles and materials. Noticeable among them will he found waists with the new Quaker Collar, and in all, the collection is the most, exquisite we have yet shown in iVirlhmurs. You'd value that from to {2.75. We 4 gQ sell them tonight at Can yon use any of these Printed Linoleum Remnants The "trices are very adravtivs. design, creen floral, M srmare yards Kus- sian' trenches over a wide front, and advanc.e northwar of Hattalion with it ri.porieu. On the afternoon n; Anstro-German lore ihe L'lM. the _________ MTiil'ied Bob- Voklavitze, but it is said the Rus-j roiovYa, hut are said <.....ive been sians encountered them that night, in driven ouUn the them on Potourjitia, was the IIOSICSL iil'rticd to sur- i .crv luacbeon yesteriia: of the I ceinipliinriilarv 'to her guest. Mrs. its command, i Maclcod, and Mrs. I'. L. Xaismith, gf' Calgary. Mrs. George, whose husband, Capt. (iconic, is at Scwell CaniR, returned to her home tmiav. taking forces, and drove I with much loss, the Russia six guns and SOU prisoners. Russians Finht Bravely German forces in Ibis reijioi brace numerous divisions, according 100 "Surprise Packets "at Here is the way we clean up the odd .lines of merchandise. You will find Linens, Hosiery, Rem- nants of all kinds, Corsets, Girls' Dresses; Gloves and other USEFUL articles -worth up to Take your pick. 25 .several hundred prisoners. The fight for ami a crossing of the Narew continues with unabat- ed fierceness. .Meanwhile the Ger- mans have begun active operations jbrace numerous divisions, east of llossieny, aiming, in tiie op- to Ihe Russian accounts, and Russian j military here, ai the I commanders have given the Russian of the River Shousliala. troops great praise, for the extreme, i..m ihe north- energy of the counterblow. p However ihe Germans succeeded in regaining some of the ground thus lost. Tl Snuill conventional design, 12 square yards: worth Jfi.OO: eiitl Oak plank dt'sigu; T.Vs square yards; worth (JiHi design, oak effect, 7 square yards; worth IM.oO; end ground, rose floral; Bquare yards; worth 53.K3; end Medium ground, conventional; 12 2-3 square yards worth ?tt.35; end RYLANDS CO. Conducting a Real Sale ball In in the Cliotm .region, has proceeded for ten days with unabat- ed fury, thojigh the Russians claim the Germans have been greatly weakened hy their losses, and that they are ap- proaching the limit of endurance. The Germans arc reported to nave abandoned their attacks in the direc- P'ORT HOPE, 'ONTARIO RoWonttnl. Ghurcji School forBojr. 'FOUMPKDlliS 1M.U11T iltll- [lo. with 20 400 BODIES FOUND Chicago, 111., July 2 o'clock the tabulatipn of' the known dead in the river trag- edy at ten morgues showed a total of 079. Deputy Chief .of Police Sehu- ettler announced' at 1: o'clock that 400 bodies bad been, re- covered up to that time. For emergency use a wooden auto- mohiic tire has been invented made in sections which are bolted to the rim ol a .wheel. CURLY IN SINGLE NIGHT (YVoinan's Tribune) It has ibeen discovered that Ihe ap- plication of liemi-d "silmertae actually makes straight, hair curly and wavy in a single night! Also it acts as a nerfectly harmless hair and dressing It has the peculiar quality of drying in pretty waves, swirls and creases. Straight, lanky hair and the cruel curling iron are no longer necessary. Any druggist of course can supply voii with a few ounces of the llnuid sllmerine, enough to keep the curly for several weeks. It is neither stickv nor greasy, but? very pleasant to use Apply to the hair at bedtime with' a clean tooth., brush. In the irioniiHK your Hair will ,be very beau- tiful and have a most natural curl and HOMELY, YET ADMIRED AND ENVIED; HER SECRET Cool Your Skin With D.D.D. Hot weather brings to the surface all the lurkinir diseases in the .Prickly- heat, -rash, poison ivy, bites and other maladies are most in- 'in summer. You can instantly j seeds of many noxious wrtus and your skin and relieve yourself rsccts destructive to plant lite, there- from all suffering. Just-a few .drops deserves protection. of the .soothing compound .of ;oii .of; and other healing ele-: incuts called D. D. D. rrcscription will give you instant relief. Come to us today for a generous trial bottle, only 2oc. We offer the Ihe west of Kovno. This -is taken hy experts as addi- tional evidence of the German effort to dovetail entire operations in Hie eastern theatre. Every inove'bf this great campaign is being -yatehed by Russian military writers with closes! attention At nresent the inclination is tb ex- pect 'decisive results first around Ivangorod; NOTES electric motnr to vibrate fruit trees so that ..the sap flows to Hn; buds and hlossonis and enables.. I hem has been patented by iir Rcrmany has shown that tlie partridge cats The marriage of D. -M. Roh- crlson, .M.V.O.. of for- merly commanding oiliccr of the 'l Royal Highlanders, Toronto, and brother of Mr Farinthar Robertso, to Mrs.' Bessie Gibson Shaw, daughter of -Mr. and .Mrs. Gib- son, Marysville, was solemniz-, Pd at Hie residence of Mr. anil Mrs. 1 Chillon l.nngley Hervcy, Lancaster, Unt., recently. Messrs. Jack Stenhaus, Campbell Aird and i'rowse were a committee who arranged an enjoyable dance which was held last night in Harp- j cr's ball. Dr. and ,urs. Alien diaper- I oned this gathering of young people which included Hisses Macleod. Mir- iam Sloltze, Aird, .Marian Smith, Hanl-ahan, Eilra Smith, .lohnslon. Mildred Nimmons, Simpson, Helena Simpson, .MeKelvic Mc- Killop, Hazel, iN. Hazel, M. Hazel, Gladys Olt, K. Frame, M. Frame, l.earv, Downer and llessrs. Blundcll, Stolze, Harris. Minor, Miebach, Rose, Kherlocl; Klnith, Morris, Salt, Scars, Wright, Taintcr Price, Campbell, Classy, Foster, Gordon Campbell. McQueen, Fairhurn and others. the first full 'bottle on the guarantee that it will give yon instant relief or .your money hack. Ask also about D. ]J. G. Soap. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Limited, Druggists. D. D. D. IS MADE IN CANADA. A reel withia a hall takes up the slack in-the wire in n, new electric iisht Tiiture vyllidi permits a lamp to lie moved to -almost 'any part 01 a moderate sized room. A. century's supply of peat near has been aCijv.ived by '.i Rus- sian company which will erect a plant and convert it into electricity to light and heat the city. MONUMENTS MAJOR W. R. MARSHALL Gazclted to the command of the loth 'Battalion, ivith temporary rank of lieutenant-colonel A mcrclianical corn cure'advertising device patented by a Milwaukee man produces a spark "every time a figure of the devil slabs a corn on a bilge model foot with a spear. Ilciulstones and Crosses of every description made to order. Get pur 't-s and SEE OUn WORK BEFORE YOU BUY. Ladies' Footwear at A clearance of various odd lines This clearance lot is comprised of smart summer models in 1 adies' Pumps and Oxfords, all in popular tan leathers; ihlnc.her and .button styles. Xot a pair in the lot worth less than C AQ S5.00. Choose from 25 pairs tonight for ............'r I 49c Your.choice of these Odd Lines in Men's Hats 49c Odd lines in .Men's Summer Straws, nearly every style repre- sented, all gooii'value's that originally sold as high as ?2.00. J .Must lie" cleared tonight, hence this little price twW These Popular Silk Fringe Hair Nets 10 for 25c Colors'lislii. mid and dark brown in these popular Silk Fringe H-ii" Mets These represent unusually good value when sold at Sc each.' 'YOU 'will surely appreciate the little price of ORC 10 for Sheet Music to Sell at We CHli in and visit the .Music Section or, the Second Floor. Many new numbers-added this week. Special lines on sale to- 1 Qg night at, jier copy IWw Men's Shirts. Choose from these values to White Shirts, some with stiff fronts, others in pleated styles, all good value at on sale tonight Hudson S i's Bay Co. j ITALIAN AKMOKED CRUISER "GUISEPPI SERMANY GARIBALDO" SUNK 'BY AUSTRIAN SUB. ____ Lethbridge Menumerital and Cut Stone Works The convention crowd made a path for her cast admiring side glances, then with longing eyes followed, her to the elevator. It was at the Pon- charlrain in Detroit. The Incident was recalled when I chanced to sit across the table from the woman. What was it about her that caused all that commotion? Her complexion Really I've never behelil its equal. Venturing to pick up .acquaintance- ship. I learned the; secret. "I've tried to make tho most of my one charm." she said: "I know men hlior make-ups and artificiality ounoa 'app at night cold cream I' off iu Ihe morning. This grad nS nnlcM Off the .outer skin: (hen I hive a b'rand new complexion, mag netloally beautiful, as you see. "Wrinkles never hotlicr me. At their Inception I bathe my face in n iolutlon made. -by dissolving an ounce of powdered saxollte In a half pint of "itch hazel. It works like magic. Mona Morrovv'-ta Advertise- LIEUT. J. B. ROGERS Of the 3rd Hattalion, promoted to the rank of temporary captain BURIED ON THE BATTLEFIELD BRITISH REPORT via London, July A semi-official telegram from Berlin commenting on the British report the sinking of the German battleship Pornmcrn, or a vessel of that type, in the Baltic Sea in .Inly by a British submarine (Commander Max "No German warship has been sunk in the Baltic Sea by a hostile., sub- narinc." A new two-wheeled truck for mov- ing barrels is equipped with an art- justable hook on the handle to Hold, them securely. Argentina's breweries annually pro- duce enough beer to give two and a half gallons to each resident of that country. Scene from "Tht Sign of the Ores." appeal-Ing 'at starland "on Monelay funeral services for a Canadian oliicer killed in Franco. NEST Summer Resort SEND YOUR FAMILY TO THE MOUNTAINS FOR A REST .OR A QUIET HOLN .An ideal boating or hunting. Hotel' newly renovated; hot and cold water, and' .bath. Special atten: tion to tourists. RATES M, PER DAY AND UP Summit Hotel ColumkU ;