Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
'SATURDAY, NOVEMBER.6, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN RYLANDS CO. THE BUSY STORE Final "Wind-up" To the Big Sale Tonight Extraordinary Bargains (or the Last Hours of the Golden Opportunity Sale Three Hours Brimful of Bargains MENDING WOOL; lareo balls, finest botany rounding 4 C A yarn, black only, each I HAIR PINS; assorted styles, heavy bone Hair Pins; 4 on curt! FLETTE BLANKETS, 10-4. size white only, soft sax- (P -j ony flaimelutto, pair I w CASHMERE HOSE; black or colors, for thy last time tonight, lair NAINSOOK; SO inches wide, for tonight only a yard HAIR NETS; extra large with elastic, any colors; 8 HAIR PINS; -Dome Kastners, Hooks and Eyes and other articles, I! for... WAISTS; un to tonight; dark or light muslins, percales, embroidery, vesting; Sizes 31, 40, 42 SILK HOSE; Mack lisle tops; Last time at KERCHIEFS; fine lawn, hem- med edge, ladies, 5 for............ 25c Ins. up of SLEEPERS; plush lined, sizes to G years; Last time EIDERDOWN; rlljhed, 82 wide, pink; old roses, sky tonight a yard. APRONS; dual clean those Gingham Aprons and Caps COATINGS; for the girls: coats up to 7K Tonight jior yard... v I a v BOYS' HOSE; heavy ribbed cotton, SVi to 10 only; A pair............... BOYS' SWEATERS; coat style size 8 to 15 years, all kinds anil ff'J On side I BOYS' JERSEYS; for the small .boys, slip over ..style; Tonight BOYS' UNDERWEAR; fleeced lined, shirts or "SOf drawers .............www MEN'S UNDERWEAR; Pen- man's Bed wool, per garment wUU MEN'S KERCHIEFS; white lawn, hemmed edges; Tonight 4 lor MEN'S OVERALLS; striped, bib or pant style Regular 51.25 for Vw w, Just 40 Coats left. Note the Big Reductions for Tonight 20 Coats, all new this season, in fancy Tweeds, Whitney .Cloths; Chinchillas; sizes up- to 42, the best bargain of the season; the best values at nil one .price. 20 deals that Were formerly be :marked at the same price For tonight only. Make It a point to be liore- to- night. 'A Real Coat Sale. PHONE 1224, Mr. W11MJ Murray lias returned to the, city .after spending the summer with a survcv party. Mrs. A. E.-Morris son of Nel- son, B.C., are .the'guests oi Mr. and Mrs, W H Morris I St. Mary's W.A, will hold a whist drive in the parish hall Tuesday eve- ning, Nov, 9th Th6 Music-department of the' Math- rsis cluh will meet with Mrs. Stoltzc on Monday afternoon at three o'clock. Mrs..Q.-.J.. Coleridge, and Miss Ada Rose arriTOd home yesterday, after a Visit to Calgary'. and Edmonton. 1 he} have up their residence at 625 "15th 'Street south. Facts Are Stubborn Leading food Goudlss, Allyn and in attesting the faet that white flour foods lack certain mineral salts es- sential for life and health. These elements are thrown out with the bran to make- the -flour white. The Canadian, Cereal Co, Ltd, at Windsor, Ont, swings wide its factory doors that visitors' may. see. wilh their own eyes, that whole wheat and burley, re 'talnlng these all-Important ..nutritive elements, are used lirf making Grape-Dirts Delicious to Easily idigestibley and well-balanced food valuef Grape-Nuts Is ;a wonderful rebuilder of-the' arid mental, facul tlei "There's a Mads ,tn Canada vrldi flavor GRIT 3-r-Cnimlile-proof purity a daylight factory by hands -point dum PEPPERMINT AND CINNAMON in Cmnmtfm Lieut. Douglas Christie, son of T. C. Christie oi Diamond City, and formerly, of. the. .staff of the. Montreal Bink here arm ed esterdaj from Ottawa he has been liking a course in musketry.: Lieut. Christie is attached ,to the, Seaforth High- landers oi Vancouver and leaves verv for that, citv Mr. E. Cunningham of Calgary, has been summoned to Montreal, ow i ing to the serious illness of' his I daughter who is undergriing an oper- 1 vtion it hospital in tint city1 lodaj Calgirj Hcrilti An urgent appeal fpi iiiis is riade all over Canada M the 1 ccal ANNOUNCEMENT A unique opportunity for our patrons to secure a Handsome Upright GRAND PIANO FREE The value especially made for the Hudson's Bay Co., and fully guaranteed by us for 10 years is to be given away. It will cost you nothing. A great opportunity for all our patrons. Watch Wednesday's Herald for further Announcement EXHIBITION SHOWING OF HIGH-CLASS FURS We cordially invite (he public of Letlibridgc and District to visit our store during' the forthcoming week and view the most Magnificent Collection of High Class Hudson's Bay Furs ever brought to this city. Tl: is not necessary to remind you of our reputation in J'uv Trading for.the past 250 years. Hudson's Bay Furs have held first place and have gather- ed together for your inspection and approval a beautiful as- sortment of-Fur Sets of Avhicli we name a- few: MuskraL.Black China Fox, Striped. Skunk. Dyed..Sable, Black Wolf. llluc Opposum. Cub.Bear, Near Seal, Scotch Mole, Bhie.'WoK, Natural Wolf. Natural' 'Oivet Mole Eat. Alaska-Sable, Hudson Seal, Cinnamon Eox. Black Opposum, Mink Marmot, Fitch. Approximately worth of Furs WATCH FOR MONDAY'S HERALD See Windows and Fur Display on the Top Floor ON'S BAY CO. les wife. Lady Tupper is a sister of Mr.. Carl formerly oi this city. 'THE TRAIL OF -THE LONESOME PiNE" As rapid development is demanded in the modeni way, Eugene Walter has Fate and'Fortune lay .heavy up- on the hero in his dramatization oi .John Fox, jr's widely reaci story, "The Trail oE the Lonesome Hale's partner warns him 'agaiust. in love with the mountain Italians are in the Dark Home, via Paris, Nov. relations between Italy and Germany again are a subject of interest among Italian political observers owing to the-lack of a war upon either" side, and girl 'he is told his friends will not enner siue, ami Because ooin eoun receive hei and that her kinfolk will 1 tries seemingly are avoiding anything drive him from the countrv perhaps h- embiUei lbeir intcL kill him if h3 breaks June's heart. There are a lot of come'dv touches co lighten June's particular, scenes in the play. "Jwic: Hashes for a moment as a modern well-gowned woman, and the next moment she discards from Berlin say that sev- eral thousand Italian Workmen still' are living in Germany unmolested indeed, onjojing protection of the aii- Qouticjl of for the Itahafi sc did" having thev feel thai, they could dp asked1 to send them to Hardens Iiurniture storp aS soon as possible only, next Thursday, Nov. llth. The reserved seat'sale is now al the Med- sol- ley Drug Co.I and there, is a iat j brisk demand for seats Used to be at North Fork Word received from of the death of Captain Gerald Goldie ft discuss forwafdma; a tlrf T Minister ot Justice foi'commlirftation of the death sou tcnce, of Mrs Tliwkes Sir Charles is to the buronetc) is the eldest son oi Jpmes Sfpuiil I up the last foil Lhar- Jefa, and is hul tlnrtj jcirs old lie is in but is liking training tor ineispfls sen ire aft officer in the t alhteron JahdPrs Hie neu I iilj 1 tipper Miii only of tlPf i awontHcdtisin of Uic Chit BEST YEAST IN THE WORLD .are EpgUah .football .games played today 011 the ground of the ffret-named. .Uancanhire Section Blackpool ,Q, Jjiverpool 2. Bo'iton. Wanderers 2, Stoke I. Kvei-ton 1, Burnley 2. Manchester United I. Bury I. Oldham Athletic 1, Preston North End 2. aianehester City '1. Southport 3, stockport County 2. Midland Section Bafusley-4, Lincoln'City 21 Bradford "City 3, Leeds City 0. Grlmsby Town 2, Sheffield Wednes- day Huddersfield Town 1. Leicester Fosse Notts County 5, Derby County 0. Sheffield United 3, H.uH. City 0, Scene from "Little a Klvrnfyke mining ilrama, Pick- ford at SUrUnd Monday and London Combination The. Arsenal 3; ;BrentEord 1. Croydon 'Common 1; Westham United 1. Miilwall A. '3; Tottenham -H. 2.- Watford 7; 1." Clapton Orient i; Queens Park Rangers 2. _ Fuiuam 0; Scottish- League- Glasgow, Nov. following arc the results oi Scottish League football games played today on the grounds or .the first named. Celtic 3 Abcfdeenl.. Dundee 1 Hearts'6. Partick Thistle 4 Airdrieonians 1 Raith Rovers 1; Kilmarnock 1. Ayr United Morton 1. Hibernians 1 MotftetweU 2. Dumbarton 2 Clyde Queens Park 0 Hangers G. St Mirren 3 J Falkirk 1 Hamilton Academicals 2 Thint Lanark 1 x NEW SOLIC1TOR-GENERAL p. Cave, Unionist- member of parlia- ment, has been appointed solicitor- general in succession.to.Sir Frederick Edward Smith, wno has taken-' the portfolio of attorney-general, vacant by the recent-resignation "6t Sir Edward Carson. A Wonderful Average A 43-acre field of Marquis vrfieai near Blackle averaged 72 bushels to the acre Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder In 'every instance where, you use Blue Ribbon goods you save money. They go further and so cost less than any-other. Order a can of Blue'Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder when next in your grocer's. The. result is sure to. Sold- with- a- money biCK guarantee.