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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1915 THE XETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE Rylands? Saturday Specials .Ail .Hxtni.gp.cci.al. List.pl Jiiygaius. ii.Jnisy three hours Tonight. No matter ..where; you. live, it will jmy yoiiylo.' Lake iicl- vantage of these Sales. FLANNELETTE; S2 Inches wide, soft Saxony, out up in 10 yard lengths, 200 yards oil sale- tonight C; I-UU HAIR NETS; the best Hair Net obtainable, with or with- 'out rubber; 8 for CHILDREN'S .COMBINATION? Or natural, sizes.2 t.6 12 years; clearing out the balance oE the stock., I .LADIES' VESTS or Drawers; fine gauze, only 5 dox. left; tonight each ..WORSTED HOSE; 10 dozen heavy rlfobod Wool Worsted .Hose, size GVfc to Your choice tonight SILK MUFFLERS; grey or .cream, fringed eudB, on .sale toiUKht at TOWELS; natural color, medium size; on sale per pair LADIES' SILK HOSE, white or sizes 8% to 10; extra i'special tonight, ;a pair 25c BATTENBURG SCARFS; for siitoboards, .cU-., size ,'17 by ul; fvalue Tonight COMBINATIONS: white only, liigii 'neck. long extra special tonight., HOSE for women, regular 50c line; penman's for tonient-. f-.v rtn 'only, 3 I .UU HOME JOURNALS; 'bers of Ladies' Home Journals; tonight wy CHILDREN'S all col- ore, all sizes; this, is a very special-Jino at.. ALLOVER APRONS; print or percales, new Ihies duality MEN'S SHIRTS; khaki, brown or navy, flannel 2, poQketf Tonight' MEN'S UNDERWEAR; Pen- man's Red Label riblied wool; sizes ut> tri. A 'garment MEN'S SOCKS; black .arid as- Borteil colors, In a fine all wool cashmere. C "I ftrt 'A pairs tot COATS .Final clean up of .Cloth Coats; some of these sold as high as We are down to about 10', hence thcae drastic'redac- tions. It is a barjain worth while. Rylarids SL Co. DON'T LEAVE YOUR XMAS GIFTS TO THE Call at. .Smith's' Studio'' and, make an 'appointment ftir a yittiog today. There Is nothiiig more'- ac- jptable than a portrait of 'your- f or children for Christmas 'Atis. A.EVLYN SMITH HIGH CLASS PORTRAITURE Studio 906 Third Avenue S. Next to Baptist Church ff NEEDS CARS BADLY Sentence Woman Spy and Husband 27-rrSeatenccs of -six months -at 'hdrd labor :and subsequent depprtatlon. 'were InippseU in the Bow street court upon kn said to be a Foremost, Alia., Nov. One thins which contributes to tlie serious car shortage in this is "the'fact'that a large 'per'centage 'of cars Billed to Foremost go to Ncmiscan, Et- and Pakbwki. 'Foremost London, Nov. from the, is thug short, ivith the greatest Flanders Iront shows that British iieeti forces are steadily settling down1 ti winter quarters. They are now well equipped with .ruqber boats, warm clothing -and housing conditions in- finitely better" than last winter. .Men behind the iront line have warm and Flanders mud is as bad as ever, but elaborate drainage and flooring of the regular monthly meeting of trtnches is enabling the men to bct- the Red Cross'held yesterday, it was ter meet.it. moved that a vote of thanks he ox- i Many soldiers believe the rival amm tended to'all those-who so generous- ies upon the western front will vir- ly donated their cars and" to the tually adopt the ancient military plin o'thers who helped to mate the meet- i of settling down in winter quarters, ing at "Iron" Springs' such a success. maintaininK a steady iront and leav- With tlie increasing number of'Red ing active, fighting until spring but Cross workers, .more chairs are need- this :s very doultful. German preparations, in particular large purchases of white material for disguising soldiers' uniforms ia the Red Cross Notes mining engineer, and Lucy Warnsche declared to.-be-a German. Both .had American Bassoons they came to Elngland recent Hodgson with ''.aiding and' abetting1 the woman, against whom the charge was tlfat she 'failed to register as an alien, had given fafse'' information, and in possession ol false 'passpqrts En .Route to ,Csirdslon Attached to nartlgton train this afternooa Ihe private car Cars land earning J S Dennis vice pre of the CPU T M Tweedle XT.P.P.: Thoburn thff Sbuth-Alberta'Patriotic CLAIM MANY ALLIES KILLED Constantinople, via London, Nov, announcement from the Turkish war office today says that large numbers of soldiers of the Allied forces have been klll--v od In recent fighting on the Gal-. lipoli Peninsula. Winnipeg, Xov. knew very littlo of Ilio party funds; that' is a tiling minfsturs steer clojt'r of." This was the rejily this al'tcruooa R. Coldwcll, a member of the Rtyblin government in Manitoba, wlien questioned ou the subject. ;of campaign -fiinoVby the crown -coun- sel In the law court's enquiry. Mr. Cornwall WPB then asked If there was any arrangement, to his know- ledge, with 0. H. Simpson, the con- tractor for the building, that he should contribute towards the party funds. "There was no arrangement 33 to replied the furmer minister of education. Mr. Cold'well said he had no doubt now that Dr. R. M. Simpson handled tho party fund, tout he did not know this at the time. He declared that.if Mr. Simpson had contributed to ..the' fund, it was purely, voluntary 011 his unknown to the witness London, Nov. 000 had been extracted in tribute by Germany from the occupied province of Belgium up to November 10, since which, date the German Governor-Gen- eral has issued orders for a monthly war tax of francs 000) until further notice. PHONE 1224 3rd; Prize 4th Trize 5th Prize cd to accommodate them, An' appeal is 'made 'for the 'stray chair that is not needed, in the home, if o'ne'has a chair to spare 'they are asked to send it to the Rod Cross rooms; Acadia of' phone 410 anil IhUe it calleil for The society ilso bt grateful to receive some old white woollen blankets, POSTAGE RATES The rates or postage now applicable to parcels sent 'from Canada to France by way of Ejngland, are as fol- lows lib. 31 b. lib. ?lb (ilb. .40 .48 61 81b. 1.02 1 10 lOlb. US 1Mb. 1.26 _......___ ._.. .December 3 is tbo latest du gifts attend a patriotic meeting at can be dispatcued to be in time tor Cardston tonitht Christmas Day D. P. D. In Hospitals; Standard Skin Remedy How. many. hospital patients have been soothed of their frightful itch, of the scorching palu of skin disease, by the famous D D D Prescription for eczemi, a soothing fluid cashed in by a nuraea band1 A SUPERVISING NURSE (nameof nurse and institute on writes- regarding a patient: "The dis ease had eaten, her .eyebrows away. Her nose and lips had become disflg-, ured. 'Since the use of.D. her eyebrows are growhig her pole ud face have assumed their natural Do'ctors.'too, Use.-D.'D. D.-in-private practice OR GEO T RICHARDSOr- frankly writes D D D Is su.jerio to anything I found and yet 'a powerful agent. To do the uork DDT) Prnscrip tion must ba applied according to di rections en in pamphlet iround bottle And il certainly takes awa) the itch at moment .the liquid Is-'applied: druggists of standing .have tbo amoiH specific at 2fc and ?100 a Sottle. But we are'so confident of'the mer- Is of this prescription that will efiind the pui'ohase price of the first nil si7o uoute If it fails to reirh 'our case. You alone fife to'ju'dge. J. D. Higlnbotham Co., Limited, IruggliU, Alberta. D D D IS MADE IN CANADA D. D. Soap Keeps Your Skin Healthy indicate that attempts will be injide to push the campaign upon tlie; Russian front, if not in the west. B.C. Miners Arrive at Coalhurst As announced j'esterday; arrange- ments have been marie for bringing some 01 the idle miners Irom B C into the camps of southern Alberta. Yesterday, the first oi these armed at Coalhurst, a party of 75 enced nitn. These will bring ber employed at the Coalhurst mines' now up to nearly The output of the mines is being correspondingly' in- creased. The men have been brought to Alberta fi> representatives of the B C _ k_ J Member" A. most pleasant tool j placeat Biamond Cltv Thins evening' on the" occasion of the 'official -vis to1 District Deputy' B. D.'Hoyt to mond Cit> lodge No 65 A P A M when Scott thp tcr of the lodge who has listed the 38th' Battery, pf sei ted Aith a i ot b ter feln-? hers, of the lodge Three auto loads ot Cisttois ironi Lcthbridge were pit sent, as well as a full attendance lodge members enthusiastic for in his "work for the, andsthe meift bevs shoued thtir appreciAtioii last evening Ui ibeir presentation and tub many exnieosions ol gmtitndo and spect thev A voice win be heard Merta Own in Westminster MethOiJ sj church, tomorrow at 4 Mr. Aj V McjLeod until recently in charge pf tho Presbyterian churdi at and alj present boy scoreUrjr Y MC A wijl give an address toplo js man Leoajfca torectul Das a large men artl should a lafgo altejifl ancc Pennep Ime kindly cull- to sing. All men invited. oarai at the s qn ihe J8r 5lis8v Isabel Ccriisius -of Mediuiuo Kiisland'Ui take .UP work. Misses M. and Ir- Phillips liavc moved from, Kourtten.th street to Sixtfi, awl.Miss Ji'ssii! iloriHJVotunieiV :i trip to California. returned home t'uc end ot last week after spending a couple .of weeks in LetlibrUlge. Crefelt Echo. The sewing for the Daughters oi the Kmpire. kt 423 8th street south' lias been cancelled for Tuesday after- noun. A 'quiet, wedding-took place at Me-' cliciiie wtie'ii Miss Violet Mamie the wife ol Mr. Giiorgu Sho.ul.tz, of Pmcher Creek, has c'oinl; to1 the' city- and will reside at 539 First street. Her husband is an .officer, in Hat Times.' t The friends of Mrs. Arthur Forbes who recently underwent an in the'Gait hospital, will be glad tcvj know that she has been removed to j 'herihome, Hth street north The treasurer of the Alexander Gait j Chapter, I.O.D.E., acknowledges with thanks'the sum oE from Mrs. Stanljerry, o'f- Superior, Wis., arid; 00 irora "Vlrs Geo McDonald J The Sunbeams have elected their oflicers for the coming season, in the; senior, section they arc; ljres. Eva: HUttoh Frcdi Ha gel] ec ireas Kabel Smith In the junior section they are Pics. Margaret vice-president sec trtas Hildi Church f Next; Mondav m Weblev httil I3r Hirers uili gue a -populai iddresb pn. this recent tnp tp tlie Panama, The doctos te dn able sppakcr and j doubt heard bj a .large cnce; The Lelhbndge Tennib, club have ibsued ipvttations (or a series of dances to ie- bed m aid of they pat- riotic FunS find Red Cress Fund the tirst one held ou Friday ctmber 3 ariffN Hi-Tie a Cinder el a dance coinmencing at S o clpcK and ending at o cioi.it. Members are -theyj-ieed- -no Invita tions. t U tTanJirirn George Ballard 'a, former well rugby star, was wedded at tlie home-of Mr. and Mrs. i R. A. Lucas to Miss Anne .Young, cousin of Mrs. W. P. Lindsay, of j Hamilton formeih of this citv Ma jor Kalian! as Mduifued at Lange- tmrck hut when hfyh.aa recovered re- erilisttd >xj JT Possibly one of th'e largest crowds attending a some time was present-at the KnightH, of Pythias hall lastxnight, when the ftebehahs entertained in aid of- Ube; Patriotio .Fund. .Over.-150 couples danced ,to-'tLie- strains qf; Needs' -or- The. officers, of- the lodge aoted'p.s hostesses. church will .hold bazaar on Nov. in- Burgmann's -Hall, Thirteenth street y ,The- bazaar u opened at 230 by Rev Mr Denoon supper >ill be stneit irom G to 8 Instrumental mus c will be gnen both afternoon and It is all who ate" cpn- tnhutmj, to pleise send their work to the Manse on Mondi) A meeting of the; Junior Girls' Bi- ble class oi St Cvprians church heljl on Bnflay Nov 26 Ihe follow in) officers were elected i or the coming jear President Dorothy Sel lens vice president Fieda Kelts treasurer Bertha Boulton an executive committee to consist of the otlicers and Aileen Jones ind Muriel KeVh The choir oi Knox Church under-the leadership of Mr. B. F. Lay ton, are giung an old time concert on Doc 1st and 2nd, in the-- school -room Names olden- time such as ttuth Stirabnufe Alehitahle CoopLr L rasmus Clauson ind Uriah Pt-fctihouL appear on" the program which promises to be. very entertain j KOBLRrS-DARCH j A met edding was, solemnized the Mr Cobbledick at tteblej paisonage this moramg when Ma> L Daich of Caidston formerly oi Exeter, Ontario, became the bride of j William J. WooIEord. The bride woic a becoming suit of cheviot with blouse of shell pink crepe de chine, and black .velvet hat with, ostrich mount The happy Louple left on the 9 10 tram foe Gieat Falls quarters. It Js1 ind on their return will reside on the 'Donation of reading groom s farri near The bride is i cousin pf Mrs H C biook oi this city On Sale 7.30 to 10 p.m. 's Box Calf Bliicher Bools 59c A useful and very strong hoot for tlie winter All S5Q Special per pair j Green Window Shades Made from best quality opaquo cloth, mounted ou Hartshorn roller; size 3Cx7J inches. Co'm- fittings-- Special_ each .j............... FANCY KNITTING AND LAUNDRY BAGS. FANCY FUR TRIMMED LACE AND SHEER >LAWN. LINEN NECKWEAR. Manufacturers'. Samples at One-Third ami Oae- regular prices. On display on Hosiery and Glove Counter, marked in plain figures; very special. Ladies' Hosi.se Dresses Filu: quality (iinghama in plain and check styles. Sizes 34 and 30. Regular 31.50. Night Special ____ Hudson's Hay Bulk Tea Special blend; regular 40c pound, -fl Extra Special 3 pounds for -JJ I Sparkling Lump Sugar A taw boxes Very special. ;j pounus iur Machine Dipped Chocolates Strictly very Per pound Announcing Our Great Christmas Prize Contest 1st Prize Donalda Piano 2nd Prize. Axininster Square Ladies; Trunk 7 Suit Case Ladies' Sweater 6th-Prize Till Prisse 8th Prize "9th Prize Ladies' Boots Electric Iron Military Brushes Koinco Slippers 10th Prize-Pair Ladies' Kid Gloves We 'beg "to; announce 'that, we have 'found' it necessary to abaii- f don pur; Piano Contest as previous- ly operated, and conduct- ing, a contest in which the con- testants are to estimate the num- ber'of beans contained in a glass bottle, which is now exhibited in our show windows. For your guid- ance we state thit the bottle when oiie Imperial half -gaHou ind is fillPd with, blans The bottle measures ten and a (juarter inches high is and a half Inches In cui pei- -_-.. r ence-aE'the netk, outside measure- mentsil.. all an dppoi tunity) to their powers ot tion and abtliU, to ar rue at thMr estimate .mference at the bottom, aml'ta inches- in cirGujnfejr goods from our store to the value of ONE DOLLAR or over. When you have mads your estimate, mark the figures plainly on .-the back of this coupon and place it in the Coupon Box at .our Service Gift Bureau.. To b3 perfectly fair1 tt> those of our customers who have already 5hown ihflir" interest, aud are hold- ng coupons in the htiiie of obtain- ing Uie Piano them ilie opportunit> oC lecoidmg one le'nls counted. The correct num- ber will be announced in the store at G p.m. the same day. 'The Piano will 'be given to the person whose correct, or nearest to -correct, estimate was first re: corded, and the other gifts will be jglven in the. order above-named: It is stipulated that no contestant" will be awarded more than one prize, and that the decision of the hiitnagement the store will 'be final. No employee of the-.-Hudson's Bay Company.will be.allowed to estimate- on men coupon-so_Jield .participate in this contest If you are htiffllng coupons" kindly call the store recoid them on couponsj and[ place the cguoons in the C.myua one eEtimate raaj be recorded on a v i i f 'Ihe bottle has been seiled aud the number bpans it coTiEains will jiot gfal Js brokeiL at ]2 ocloofci order to enable our out of tOtfn eustomer1? Coupons to record their estimate we will upon rccejpt oE tlum coupons with tji3 estimate marked in ance witn the abose instructions same in the Coupon Box for them 'We would point out the measuiement and capacity of flie bottle as announced aljove af jlord a go_od you may iiotTiave Tin dopbrtiinfty of .personally inspecting it tWudson'sJ i Last Christmas Trenches The boys-would-'appreciate a Safety Razor, Gillette, Auto- strap or Eveready. A Pair of Military from to e-ift nri Per Pair I U.UU A Steel Shaving Mirroi picked for mailing Shaving Brush 25c to Jfoney Purses J_ WE PACK ANY OF THESE FREE OF COST At- BEA.T _ between the played r CCf v J New "i orfc annual contest Armj and dajf resulted ai J THE HAWKES PETITION Wanfv.f. and papers are Us room of tlie Y 3. 1 padquartera And magazines ir pie reading ltf head Increases Capacity Prank.Mills ims.doubled the size of his shoe repairing Bhon and made im portanl addliuls 1 improvements to his plant and niatlunerj An Improved Quinine, Oon not Caute nor Ringing In Head The 'nappy combination 'of laxatives in LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE makes the Quinine. In' this form have a far better effect than the ordinary Quinine and It can be taken by any one without affecUng tho head He mcmliu lo iftll foi the full Look for signature or B. W Urove r tWt a generous _____ ,.5Her will be the answer to there dre man> men In tHe citv have no Iriends, and havs no oilier way- of spending the evenings In cbad ing GRAY Dr. Tremain't Re- storative used as rtttiSitiM Is gnar anteed to restore gray Ijair to nat ural color or refunded not dye and non In On sale at J D Hlem both, n Co, Ltd, Lethbrldge price (postpaid Write Tre main Supply Co, Dtpt, 'L H' To- SCOTTISH FOOTBALL J Glasgow, Nov. are iresults of today's Scottish League iootbifl game-5 plajed on the grounds of the flrfat named chrb.s Raith RcA'era 0; 2, Rangers 4; Hibernians 2 Ayr' Partick Thistles 0. Lanark 1; -Morton-.3. of Midlothian 3; Dumbar- ton 1 Cljde