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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta i'RIDAY, MARCH 24, 191(5 THE LETHBRIDGEDAILY HERAL�V PAGE nmt RYLANDS & CO. Our Selection of New Spring Suits and Coats, is now about at their best And ffoiii lliP wii}' (hey nve going' oul lli('�(>.  (riiys. our l)i.iy(!r in I lie ciisl seems lo luive seleciled llie proper styles. Most of our lines In neneral aooda placed or bouqht a year ago, 10 Blade Silk Hosiery Children's Cottou OIovos A new line of navy, aorgp drrss-es, regular $18 and (J�1 O CA $20 val. Hat. Salo Dress- dj-i �j es. Saturday Sale-.. �p 1 D Sample Vests, 25% off Prices for Saturday only Near Silk Undervosts (J� i nr each .. ^.......... ^XtCiO Silk Poplin, all colors (tj-l nr per yard .......... ^1.^0 Choniolsette OIovob. Saturday Sale ____ 75t Men's Work Shirts, each 75c and............. 95c 27-lucli Embroldei-y flouncing, per yard 35c .Men's Neckties, reg. 50c. lines, Saturday ...... 35c Saturday Groceries and Fruits at McKILLOPS NEXT HERALD PHONE 1113 OFFICE PHONE 416 APPLES Wlnesape, No. 1 stock, firm and good color. The finest apples we have had this year. ,$2.()5 Per Box FRESH TOMATOES OC- per llr............... OOC HEAD LETTUCE O C 2 for .............. CtDC CAULIFLOWER, O C 20c and ............ CDC RADISH, 1 C 2 bunches (or ... ^..., 1 �J C RHUBARB 1C per lb............... IDC GREN ONIONS "I C 2 bunches for ....... 13C CUCUMBERS 9A� 25c. and ............ OUC CELERY ne 2 lbs. for............... ORANGES Naval SunklBt Oranges, regularly sold for 50c. 1 Saturday 40c a l)oz. FLORIDA GRAPE FRUIT, ex tra large size OCv. 2 for ................: �iOC LEMONS, larg sue QA** per doz........ ...... JuC CHEESE, Umburger in Q C i lb. bricks ........ J DC brick cheese in pee lb..............; 4Uc MCLAREN'S PEMEhlTO ! A > per pkg. ........IvC MCLAREN'S CREAM -i r per pkg............. IDC SWISS CHEESE rf\ por.Jb................ DUC EGGS Of per do!c. ,............ CoC FULL LINE OF GARDEN SEEDS AUCTION SALE On Saturday Next MARCH, 25th 1916 On the Premises, 425 13tli Street, South. COMMENCING AT 2 O'CLOCK PROMPT FRANK WADDINGTON Is .favored with Instructions from SergLBarr, of the ll3Jh>,J|at-talton, to sell by Public Auction and "Vvltlioutre^jSrve, the'jaiip^rlor HOilMoU) FURNITURE "^^^^^ And .eflleclB, including Upright Grapd Planotovto In handsomely (jarved wiilniit .ij^8,o ;by Stanley, septloni^l Jioqkoase, mission oak roplta'rrf, set ot oSk fllnlng^chifilrs, solid oak extoiifelon dining table, solid' oak buffbt, solid -oak dinner wagon. Singer sewing machine in new condition,' refrlgsVatafr,, loiitho�JonnBe,'cav^ squares, 6 boca-slonalV table?, sBlQudid .gRavran^fi,;;solid.oak dressers and stands, children's cotff, br^s'a nioyiited beds','spi-lnsa and mattresses, linoleums,' heater and 'a variety of small Itaras, kitchen requisites, etc. Australlaii ITeiress Weds Lord LougIiboron}�li NEWS FOR SATURDAY FROM THE "BAY" .Miss Stella Chisholm, a wealthy Australian heiress, has become the bride of the heir of the Rarl of She is said lo be very talented as well us beautiful. Photographs show the bride and bridegroom. PHONE 1224 There night at will be a dance on Satxirduy Hurgmann hall. Captain Thomas Underwood, ot Weyburn, Sask., is visiting his family here. Pte. \Vm. Henderson of Uio Silnd battalion, returned yesterday to Join his regiment at Calgary. The Senior Alisslon Hand of Knox church are giving a tea . tomorrow afternoon in the basement of the church In aid of missionary work. Madame T. Chase Casgrain gave an "at home" in Ottawa recently, at which the niagnlflcent sum of $600 was made as an addition to the fund �for the assistance of the French peas-ants; There will he a meeting of the visiting committee of the I. O. D. El, ot Eating for Pleasure, Eating for Strength, are two distinct propositions-but both operations are combined in Shredded Wheat Biscuit, the food that is pleasing to the palate, that makes healthy tissue and gives strength to mind and body. It is what you digest, not what you eat, that nourishes the body. Every particle of Shredded Wheat Biscuit is taken up by the digestive organs and converted into muscle, bone and brain. Try it for breakfast with hot or cold milk or cream, or for any meal in combination with sliced bananas or other fruits. Made in Canada. TIRED WORKING MEN terms cash. �NO RESERVE A Local Druggist Suggests a Remedy for Over-Worked Run-Down Men The following letter from Manager Modes recounts the experience and condition of many Lethbrldge men. Read this letter and our offer which follows: Brooklyn, N. Y.. "1 am general pf-flce manager and became so nervous and run-down in health that I lost my appetite and finally my health broke down completely, largely because of over work. I tried beef, iron and wine and other remedies without help, saw Viuol advertised and soon after taking It I noticed an improvement. I now have a hearty appetite, sleep better, feel bettor and have gained considerable in weight." Samuel Hodoa, 501 Stone Ave. The reason Vinol is ho successful In such cases Is because it contains the three oldest and most famous tonics, vi!!.-the medicinal elements of fresh cod livers without oil, pepton-ate of Iron and beef peptone. We ask every run-down, over worked man in Lethbrldge to try a bottle of Vlnol wltli the understanding that their money will be returned if it fails to help them as it did Mr. Hodes. J. D. Hlginbothum &: Co., I.,lmltod, druggists, Lethbrldge, Alta.,-Advertisement. which Mrs. Colpniau is convenor, at the y. M.' C. A. tomorrow afternoon at 3.30. As Important business is to be discjjissed every inember is asked to be present. iVIr, J. 15, Tenill left tor the east tills afternoon, called to his old home In Plcton, Ont., by the death of his eldest; brother, David, who passed away^last night after a lingering' illness. The funeral will he held next Tuesday, and A. M. Terrlll of Cal-giry, A. F. Terrlll of Chicago and W. V. Terrlll of Memphis, Tenn., brother? of the rteo.easod, have all left to be. pro'sent at t)ie service. The' following dispatch is from Ottawa,jdated March 23: A story has ' .gone broadcast that the Duke of Con-naught is going to give a loving cup to leap year babies bom on the 29th of February. '\V6 ^re bombarded with Queries about it," stated the duke's secretary today. "Please state that there Is absolutely no authority for tho report. Wo cannot Imagine where it started." , HENDISRSC'N-I-TIANKISH ' ill St. Barnal^UB church. Medicine Hat, March 22nd, by the rector, the Rev. B. A. Davis, B.A,, Mr. Robert Wesley Henderson of Btzikom, Alta., and Miss Pauline Blenor Krankish of Foremost, Alia., wore united in marriage. Cliildren's Seliool Boots Guaranteed SOLID LEATHER" REPAIRING A SPECIALTiYii OAK TANNED LEATHER Used COAL AND TRANSFER - C.O.D. H.GililLNEK, 512 13tH street N. .YOUNG EDMONTON MAN DIES OF PNEUMONIA 'AVlnds'ar; Ont., Mai'cU 28.T-Con8ider. able raystory surrounds tho death of Fred Jbb, a well-dressed young man of 22, whroli oiicurrad at Hotel Dleu here this ntternoon. Job came to Windsor several dfiys ago, ostensibly in search o� omploymont. His general appearance Indicated that he came from a good faaitly. Ho told the authorities at, the hospital where he .was taken when he beoamo 111 y^sterdtiy o� pneumonia, that his parents lived in Edmonton, DO IT NOW! SUNDAY CONGER rape,!' _youj- rooms as you can buy any WALL PAPEKS from us, eheaiKM" than ever before. SEE OUR LINE BEFORE BUYING ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE filEXT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL. PHONE 1265 A sacred concert will be given In the Majestic theatre on Sundav evening at 8.45, by the Kilties' silver band. A silver coliocllon will be taken at the doors, the proceeds to bo lu aid ot the hand fund. .The baiid selections will bo taken troin tlto following; "PlUraora's Trl iiijiphal March"; snored seloction, "A D'tty ot Rest," "Consolation March' hymn "Abide with Me''; march ''Oui' Glorious Nation"! overture. "The' 151-ves".J hymn, "Lead Kindly Light"; patriotic selections, Maple I^eat, 0 Canadft. aind Qod Save-the King. In addition to this'there-will ba solos 'by \ U|i.ndsman Stott and Pt�. Trav'ors. Note-'All Specials Advertised for Friday on Sale Saturday. TURKEY SUPPER will be Served Saturday Night from 6 p.m. to 7.30 p.m. Price 35 Cents Nifty New Spring Suits Showing a most exclusive selection of tho newest models. Every suit is fashioned from the highest grade material and cleverly designed. We have a comprehensive assortment of navy and black serges, gaberdines, silk poplins, satins in a variety of colors, all priced moderately. Smart models priced at $16.50, $20.00 (i'/IA jftA $22.50 and $25.00 up to $35.00 and ... V^^.VU Many striking new features are very iioticcabh; in our now Spring Coats. Cream serges and Chinchilla are proving very popular. Prices are extremely moderate at $7.50, $8.50 and Hosiery Special CHILDREN'S SUPERIOR COTTON RIBBED HOSE made from fine Bgj-ptian yam, colors absolutely fast. Black only, sizes B to 10 reg. 20c. Sat\irday only, per pair...... 14c Candy Special ASSORTED CHOCOLATES, a few odd lines from our regular stock, reg. 40c, 50c and 60c per lb. making room tor new hIocU. Saturday OC_ only, per lb......................... �tO\, Dry Goods-Special Val-ues for Saturday BLACK NAVY AND ALICE BLUE TAFFETA SILK, 36 inches wide. Saturday only per yard ........................... �pl�'tD JAPANETTE COTTON CREPE, full SO Id. wide. In white, pink and heliotrope; also in .lapanese designs. Heavy weight and splendid 1 m quollt.y. Saturday only, per yard 14C Spring Arrivals in the Home Furnishing Dept NEW WILTON RUGS, in handsome colorings and Btfccts in Oriental and Conventional designs. Size 6 ft. 9 in. X 9 ft., price ...........,^28.76 Size 9 ft. X 9 ft, price.........�38.75 Size 9 ft. X 10 ft. 6 In..............., $43.60 Szle 9 ft. x 12 ft. price ...................$47.60 NEW BRUSSELS AND TAPESTRY RUGS, a splendid assortment just opened up la a variety of colors and prices. Will be very moderate. CURTAIN NETS AND SCRIM, colored bordered scrim, 36 in. wide with pink and, blue -l "y borders on cream ground. Special, yd. 1 I C BUNGALOW CURTAIN NETS in Ivory and ecru shades. 40 Inches wide. Special nm per yard ................. CURTAIN VOILES, fine quality American, colored bordered curtain voile with, hemstitched and satin stripe and edges, 40 in. wide ^Q�� Special per yard...................... 0�IC Children's Wear A nice line of BOYS' COTTONADE n i- BLOOMER PANTS, 6 to 11, each OoC CHILDREN'S OLIVER TWIST WASH SUITS, made from good, strong gingham, colors are fast. Only.....................,,, 09C Men's Wear MEN'S DARK WORK SHIRTS, in neat putterns large arid roomy, sizes 14% to 16% regular $1.26 for Boots and Shoes men's tan calf boots, buttou gA.. styles, all sizes, reg. $6.50 for 9�)�dy misses' girls' and children'* TAN AA., calf strap slippers, reg. $2.75 for 3ilC 20 pairs girls' tan boots, high (QIII, cut in variety and sizes, i-eg. $3.00 tov^X�ifif. Special From the Wine \ Department.......( i/> Gal. Port Wine ....... 25c "includltvg charges tor jug and wav tax PHONE 613 GROCERY SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY FLOUR H. B. CO.S SEAL OF QUALITY, GUARAN-TED NO. I HARD SPRING WHEAT. 24 lb. Sack .....------. � .81) 49 lb. Sack............$L