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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 27, THE LETTTBrrfflSS HERAI.D PAGE NINE There Will Be a Crowd at RYLANDS Tonight Wo have planned Cor a big time, tonight after srippcr. These unusual btivgains should crowd the Busy Store to its matter where you live in the city it will pay you. to takc_acivuiilnjfe of these A for. Supper Specials.., Waist Sale Fancy embroidered musliu umi wMto voilo waists, some with lace insertions, up to with values to on sale for .tonight only A-l Muslin Sale A new- lot of dress uruslin, 29 to 32 Inches wide, in neat stripe, flower or pol- ka dot designs, also many neat designs in Scotcli ginghams, tonight per yard 15c 3ILK G'LOVES, white or black, 22.. ?1.00, to- night a> pair NEW Ca'L'LARS; a sample lot worth up to 76c. for tonight only J 3 C CHILDREN'S VESTS, with short Bleeves, all sizes tonight........ BRASSIERES, lace only i 40 In. wido, fine cren- mesh, for ...watata, etc., per yard s -PRINT.-APRONS, with at waist band, dark color, tonight........ COMBINATIONS, Cumfy cut, something real goud, ou sale ut.........v. OUTSIZE VESTS, with short or no sleeve, extra special value..... CORSET COVERS, a splendid tot on sale tonight at 15c med, all 35c i. wide, 25c string 29c 59c PONGEE SILK, TOO yardc to- night, regular to- night only HAIR RIBBONS, wide widths, all colors, tonight 1C pur yard A C LADIES'.KERCHIeFS, pure lin- en; neat hemstitched, DRESSING COMB, white. Ivor- tna, regular to- -1 C J; 'night only .'I3G- aT inabo. tonight s for MEN'S ed, chain- A A bray, tonight 2 for ipJUvlf MEN'S OVERALLS, the best overall in the city, fl> i tonight, all kinds MEN'S SHIRTS, neat stripe print, stiff cuffcs >JE ou sale tonight I OC BOYS' BLOUSiES, Shirt waist style, black sateen, light lOC RYLANDS CO. The Busy Store OUR LOSS IS YOUR GAIN Conic early and get riie choice of large Stock. WONDERFUL AND WRINKLE REMOVERS The method of removing bad com- plexions by absorption seems to have come into general use In this coun- mcrcolized wax, applied nightly like cold cream and erased mornings with warm water, gradually absorbs the coarse, faded or dlscol- outer film psfcin in almost Invis- ible particles. Soon there's a brand new complexion, formed by younger, healthier under-skin. No cos mctic or artificial treatment can sfbly produce a compiexion of radiant, loveliness. gists all have morcolized wax; it Ms seldom that more than one Ounce is necessary. Thousands .have also reported great success with the famous saxolite wriftkle-removing formula.' One ounce of pure powdered saxolite ,is, dissolv- ed In a half-pint witch hazel and tlio solution used as a faco wash. The.ef- feet Ms almost magical, Tho deepest wrinkles and crow's feet, as well as thtj finest, due to age, Illness, weather or Imme- diately affected. No one need .hesitate to try this simple lotion, as It won't harm any If Hair's Your Pride Use Herpicide FurmcrK living south of Grassy lalie lire rejoiclnir over tlio bringing in of a wull of water on the farm of 0. T. 'Ijuthrop of this city. Mr. Lathi'op brought In a Medicine Tat drilling company during the winter and start- ed ihcm to work on his farm on sec- tion On going down 314 feet they struck a strong flow of pure soft wal or which rose to a height of 'Ml feet in tlio caning, giving an un- limited supply of water for farm purposes. This is the first deep well in that district. OLL many iimro will be drilled during the next few months. It was the one particular need of the district, and .Mr. Lalhrop Is satisfied that his pioneering- in this direction has been so successful. Mr. Lathrop has about L'UOO acres in nil seeded tills year and says prospects could not he better. In fact he declares wa- ter is coining from all directions on his farm. If the street railway system can continue to do as well firmncially tlio ne.xt uijilit inontjis as It dirt during the first four mouths of the year, (here will be a saving on tlie amount raised out of general taxation j to cover deficit amounting to j This is shown in a report just issued j by Commissioner Freeman showing i thin a deficit for the first four months j IK only after paying all charges including overhead. At this rate the deficit for the year would be or about five or six thousand less than provision was made for in the estimates. For the four months the operation figures are as follows: Earnings. Op. Ex. January February March 4.435.06 April 3.9GO.OG 2.914.64 Total 13.322.67 Clearance Sale of Burlaps, Room Mouldings Must be Cleared at Once Robertson's Book Store Next to Letlibridge Hotel., PhcMie 1265! Operating profit With the soldiers leaving so soon Commissioner Freeman expe-ta to see the receipts drop, but he hopes that by encouraging sports at Hend- erson park he will be able to over- come part, at least, of the drop thus occasioned. The city is considering j the building of two bathing rooms to j be used in connection-with swimming. Other features arc also.being planned. PJTDMAMTDnnDCIM uuvmnn MIUUI uiil New York, May news agency dispatch from London quotes a Gen- eva dispatch to the Daily 'Express as follows: "The Vienna correspondent of Uie Geneva Tribune says a serious mu- tiny occurred recently among the German troops at Kobylin, Prussia, Province of Posen and that several officers were shot by the soldiers. Hussars of the fourth division headed the mutineers. Lack ot" food and bad treatment was the cause of the mu tiny. 'A Case for Recently 'Arthur Hinton, .examiner for the associated ;hoard of the Royal Academy of'Music and Royal College of Music, London, Eng., visited Leth- hrldge to conduct examinations here. Results are as Pupils of Claude Hughes Primary 'division pianoforte, Mar- jorie Whelan. Lower divialpn pianoforte, Vera Glanville, Higher division Viva El-' ton, Oagmar Sandquist, Nim- ihons.r 'A Higher division singing, Ivy Daw- son, lilHvira Periner. Intermediate local centre plaiio, May E. Young, Effie center Fen- ner, May-.Ypung, ICffle Wallace'. 1' tit Mlts Alteen'jotjfei llenieijtai-y piano, EdUjiV J3oose, pass, iifyrtle UlHch; pass. Primary -piano, Roy pass. Airy -Wick's, Madge 'Asuietts, diai.inctloh.' iTinmry ear training and sight sinking, Madge Annetts, distinction. Pupil of E. Layton Primary violin, pass. of Cobbltdick piano;