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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. .IDLY 28, TIIK LKTHBRIDGE IIKIULD PAGE SEVEN RYLANDS CO., in Cojyct.s, Hosiery iiud Underwear. Bargain List for Saturday wo are planning for a big days business. Wf have straightened up the stock the Huiuinagc Hale and have collected all oddments. These we AVill place on ,sale ioniorrow at less than Half Price. Other items of interest are listed here lor your benefit. 75c Silk Hose, 49c All silk to Die wide garter toil, black thread Bilk hose, reg- ular 75c, Saturday -I9c a pair. New Corsets at 59e See these now elastic top cor- sets, and also the light weight. Imtiste consols. They come in to 20. Kul> Dry Towels to huy these extra large .double warp white Bath Towelsiat Uie'factory price 5flc a pair.; Girls' Lisle Hose 25e Girls' white, sky, tan, pink or Slack fine rib silk lisle hose, all sizes 3oc a pair. JFet Brassieres A new-summer brassiere just in this weak, made from net, with elastic band atSjide. 25c Underyests 15c Another bargain in Ladies' fine .summer vests, 10 dozen on sale at 16c each. 85c Combinations 59c; .The last lot of these combina- tions at this low price, all kinds and sizes. Muslin Gowns 95c Ladles' allp-over style muslin night-gowns, on sale Saturday 95c each. New Awning Stripe Skirts The very newest stripes that our buyer could pick up In the Eastern market. The colors am sky, paddy, navy, yellow, wide stripe on white ground, shirts are made up with A O'C slash'pockets and belt, sizes to 27 bund. Price 4; A Sale of Sample Neckwear These! sample collars were only purchased yesterday. Every- thing'you could think of in the way of ladles' organdie col- lars hi this lot also childrens lace collars bought at Half Price and sold you thii same way, CA values to ?1.GQ for.................. jDC DvC These Voile Waists Just Received If you are looking fqr real fine voile waists" those new num- bers should please you. Alt neat, Swiss hand em- broldered fronts, sizes to 44, priced from J Fancy Japanese Crepe Kimonas A special line of real Japanese style Kiiiouas made from Bel- gian blue or old rose crepe. Something real nice fn A Sale of Stripe Voile Dresses Neat striped voile dresses, pale blue, rose, black stripes, sizes regular ?6.00 value. (JO AC Saturday Buy These Nemo Corsets Sat'day We have loo mauy high-priced. Nemo Corsets, and have selected four numbers for, the bargain table tomorrow, stylos suitable for slight medium figures, res. for Silk Middies Natural color pongee silk dy waists that sold for 53.75, will be on Saturday for Skirts All new skirts this season, made Repps, Indian .Heads Piques; some with: or belts and pockets Crochet Cottons A new stock of Clarke's Anchor Crochet, and also Coatea Slercer Crocliet just received, all numbers in white and ecru colors. de Chene Waists White 'or Hesh colored Silk Crepe de Chine Waists in two new styles, on sale Saturday only at Middy Suits Half a dozen only, all white and black and white striped 'middy waists, "sizes 34 to ;IS only, value Wash Dresses Another big sale oC Girls' Summer Dresses, made from Ginghams in fast, color prints, sizes 6 to 14 years, on sale 95c SEPTEMBER STYLE SHEETS AND PATTERNS NOW IN STOCK RYLANDS CO. The Busy Store. AM READY 10 EMM With 32 men actually attested, and other applications, the 78th De- t Battery has completed "A" sub d is ready to go to quarters at Hen- rann park fair grounds any day. The iforms are all here and the boys II nlake their appearance in khaki Sunday. Lieut. Nelson Is justly oud of the boys who have signed on far, and in order to give them the jt possible Idi'd of touch o he is endeavoring to get tents for e camp at the grounds. Everything tlie line ot equipment for irulning I camping, will' be' provided. .V Two new, men taken on today were R. Love, and A. Morton. The form- lias been spoil secretary Tor the M. C. A., at Sarcee and has been' charge of cam'p'sports "there :ill 'ilig, j. The, latter has transferred in the Gist battery, lie was ill en die left but has re- been passed by the Bdlcal, examiner.. ,f Prince Albert, July Nimolovitch'of Battleford, Sask., was hanged at 7 o'clock this morning for the murder of a companion- at Bat- tletord. The. crime was committed fol- lowing a game of cards, Nimolovitch shotgun al his compan- ions after tftey'had gone to sleep, kill- ing one; fleath was instantaneous. I Hangman Bills" officiated. Nimolovitch walked to'-the scaffold without' any, sign of breaking down. Krither" his .spiritual vlsqr, was'pith lifmiluntil the end; London, July Urummond, erviewod Thursday at the Canadian d Cross office, said too many oE the itlles of Canadian soldiers are coin- to- I'Jnglandl Wounded men and se Invalided out of the service nre t directly to Canada, while the illy lacking fundii to, return, re- in practically stranded. That it to the'fact that the -hot yet made their ap-; plications and payments necessary, fliat'1 the rural, south; and east'of'rLe'thb'ridge have not been, put into'effect, lathe information con- tained' in a letter from the post office local parties' fnterenteil. The letter' states that it is over nine months "It would he too much to expect that the crops this year would yield as heavily as those of last said P. -L. Naismtth, manager of the department of natural. resources of the C. .to the Herald today "but the stands" all ihrough'.the south are moat excellent. been -trying to epuyiujie. myself 'tfiat they, are, a. lew days' later.; than last on the 'are uV Just'-as far this 'date last year and making a fine bwiiig. Few attempt to ffmafe' Mil? yyars'after. last year's perle'iiceV'. ji'-in clly lo'Urlng .he soiiih. He.'sajTs ng to With, the coaL.mine.troubles, as that'ls as- left for ,he soutli. General business tltrbiighoiit the south Is good, he sayg. money being plentiful, and ia freely circulated.. In going over the district adjacent to this place your correspondent has seen some oE. tlie for another 1915 crop in evidence, some fields being even tetter than they were a't this time last year, and while some of the grain is a little later than last year, a few sunshine will bring it forward to crops to the time of 1915. The price of ,wlteat is tempting the farmers "Who" 'hAVe; held, over their wheat 'every day the 'ele- vators taking' In 'considerable of it New to ex- tend the.atrejet cay strike in progress Here to all Tines- in- Now York, Includ- ing surface and -elevated; 'was an- nounced today after a-meeting: of the general executive boNird of tlie'Amal- gamated Association of Blectric Rail- way Employees of the United States. cellent promise. A familiar figure in the life of the town passed away -very suddenly on Monday night, when Sam Whittord, a resident of the district for the past twelve years, died. .Coroner Veale held an inguest on Tuesday, and the jury, of which W. A. Swan was foreman; brought in a verdict of death from heart failure. The deceased had been sick for two or three weeks, but had appeared to be improving. Geo. Brunnenieyer was staying with him that nifcht, and waking about 12.30 heard MQ. Whit- ford gasping and seeing that. In a bad_way, he hastened for but he was dead when the help arrived a''few1 minutes later, Mr. Whitford was "highly esteemer, by everyone who knew'hini; and during his illness had received visits from a. largo number of ills friends, but'had s'aid a doctor could not help him. Although a bachelor as far as is known, he did not Jacfc attention before or .after death, and whilst it has been impossible to find if he lias any relatives living, his fuii- era) ;vas none the less largely attend- ed, his closest friends acting as pail tie a r era. The funeral was held on Wednesday, Elder Brandley of Stirling officiating. SUDDEN DEATH Caused by Disease of the Kidneys. The close connection .which exirta between the heart and the kidneys 19 well known nowadays As soon as kidneys are diseased, arterial tension i: increased and ILe heart functions attacked. When the kidneys no longer pour forth waste, nremic poisoning occurs and the person dies, and the cause is often given as heart disease, or disease of brain or longs. It is a good insurance igainfct fluch risk to send 10 cents for a-large trial package of "Anuric" the latest dis- covery of Dr. Fierce. Also send ft sample of your water. This will examined without charge by expert' chemists at Dr. Fierce's invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. V. When you suffer from backache, frequent or scanty nrine, rheumatic pains here or there, ot that constant tired, worn-out feeling, time to write Dr. Pierce, describe; your symptoms and get his medhali opinion without charge absolutely free. Tfcia "Anuric" of Doctor Pierce's is found hi be 37 times more active than Iithia, for it dissolves uric acid in the system as hot water does sugar. Simply ask for Dr. Pierce's Aourio Tablets. There can be rib inlltltion, Every package of sure to be Dr. Pierce's. Yon will find the ture on the package just as you fa on Dr. Picrcc's Golden Medical lDi.coT.i7 for blood and i.tomach. v1 vogar, Kidney Disease Is suspected men >vhen patients complain of or suffer with' Irregular urinatio tiirbed, too frequent, scanty M passage. Themncrnl matlc pains" Of neuraif Jinv spells, IrritabllltT. Mr. Whittord waa a Cornlshman, but weakness grocnl ml Is a frequent cum ind iymptom ot kldMT have tcatlled to ;