Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE NINE FRIDAY, MAY 7, RYLANDS CO.. in Saturday and Monday Specials A serial List of Bargains prepared for these Two Days only. No 20 Only Tweed Suits and Coats up to S'lSfvSi'EiSs" A Sample Lot of New 25 Voile Waists up to Another bargain in Indies' Voile Waisls even tter than last. Saturday's special. This line o lnd.de a traveller's sample lot. worth up to 00 Your choice of Voiles. Muslins, and Piques A be wo 13 00 sizes-at EXTRA! UMBRELLAS-A serviceable umbrel- la, stroiiB frame, crook QKQ handles, on sale at WWW "BOY'S OWN" heavy rib- bed cotton hose, guaranteed to wear, all sizes LADIES' HOSE-A- special, quality silk lisle hose, doo'ble sbles tl black, tan, white; 3 pairs for GIRLS' from heavy Bnlbrissan; navy or red Cflg trimmed; all sizes www BOYS' our stock of Boys' Cloth and Silk Hats, Your choice WV GIRLS' silk Lisle Rib- bed Hose, In sky. black, pink, white, 5 to CORSET EMBROIDERY Neat de- sign, fine Swiss Muslin, on OCft sale per yard fcww EMBROIDERY SILKS, Holding's Filo and Roman Floss, on sale 1 fl Five for I w w MEN'S separate soft collars, clearing out 10 QflR dozen; your choice wwv MEN'S NECKTIES Cash's Wash- able and. reversible ties, C in all LO go on sale 50c Buys One of These Semi-Ready Dresses Mother will agree that such an exceptionally low price as 50c on girls' Semi-Ready Dress- es was not expected at this season These .Semi-Ready dresses are stamped, ready tor embroidery and are rog. 51 to 51.50...... Quick Clearance o i: Boys' and Girls' Hosiery The price offered on this bargain lot of Hosiery promises early clearance, so buy early. 100 '.pairs of 'hoys' or girls' 1-4 ribbed Mack hose, warranted fast colors. Regular O two pairs for ......fc 35 inch Silks on sale Beautiful colorings in. these 36 inch Mcssaline Silkks, 18 col- ors in all, including lblack_and white. Regular for News from the Sheet Music Section 75 copies to go on new popular On sale in the sheet music H section, per sheet..... I 200 copies in this of our newest and .best num- bers. On sale in sheet music copies for ........._ Call in and .have, the pianist play you the .newest sheet music Last Day of -Rocky Mountain Cherry Trees Doivt miss this opportunity every 51-00 purchase Eoc-ky Moim-' tain Clierry Tree FREE On saie st 2Qc each or three The ground >is sjust, right '-for planting. t v Lot No Values up to Rocky Mountain Cherry Trees Candy Treat Cowan's delicious Maple Buds, and Medallions, regular 4Eft 50s per Ift. for......... Collection of Novel- ty Curtains Priced at and SH.50 Tliey are in creaui ,and Ecru shades, Brussels Nets and plain Scrims and braided' work. All" esceptional- l.y good values. Lot.' No. CO CQ up to S5.00 for.... 1.50 Sale this on Week-Eud Condor Lamps" bright Jand .nomical lights; J ind 2oc watts, each economical lights; IS ORC 40 watts each LIEUTENANT G W BALLARD One of tile most noted riigHn pH> in the Dominion wis wound ul m the LingcKarck fight He was in the.fourUi TELLING IT TO HIM A libaki-clad warrior, wound-, ed arm, entered "he train, and sat down opposite an inquisitive old gen- tleman, relates a London publication. 'Oh, Tommy, you're ex- claimed the latter, pleasantly. "Come, now, tell us how It "Wtfili it was this v, began Tom- my, wearily. "1 was' told to set over, with n German sniper, lio was stuck up a tree about a mile awaj He was a sergeant, as I could see-----" As you could see' internosed the old gentleman. "At that distance' "Yes, 1 could see his stii'ies Well, we fired at each other He got one in at me, which broke im bajonet, ,.nd hit me in the arm But I soon iettled him." "With a wounded arm? "Ye's, easy. Suddcnlj I heard a ye'il and a whole lot of them started to climb out of tiieir tienches I fir ed as quickly as I could, and fifty of.; them went down----- au.d the old gentleman doubtingiy. "That's a lot, isn't it fifU sa.d Tommv, who nrs getting annoyed Then I fixed my 'But >ou Said your bavonet broken Tins was the last straw Look hem snorted lommy ansnh mi don t want a want argument."