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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1915 T H E L E T H B R I D G E DAILY HERALD PAGE FH Tomorrow is The Last Day of Our 3-Day Bargain Carnival Saturday will be a busy day at Rylands. The store lias been crowded all day Thursday and Friday people from every part of the city. A circular has been left at your door with a list of bargains that should Interest every woman in this city. 'Join the crowds tomorrow, the last day of this wonder- ful money saving event.- We Will Sell You a Smart Stylish Winter Coat for and NO NEED TO PAY regular prices for your now Winter Coat when aro selling brand up- to-the-minute, garments at sale prices. WE KNOW POSITIVELY that our Coats at and cannbt bo equalled-in this -city. Customers lmvc told us so, after seeing all the others. They are all travellers' samples, no tw0 alike, and In sizes ffom 3-i to 40. Their real values are priced up to Princess and Winter Coats In all the New Cloths and Latest Styles Coats that sold at to Serges and Silk Dresses Another new shipment of Lady Gordon Serge and Silk Dresses. Designed by a.lady, they represent the very latest. Ideas in -street, and, "semi-dress-up" garments.. These dresses are on sale at and The Newest Holiday Neckwear Just in time for express parcel containing stJme of the latest ideas In Dainty Neckwear. New Petal Collars, New Ties, New Lily from 35c, Best French Kid Gloves On Saturday we will sell 250 pairs of Per- rin's, TrefouBse, Pewny'a and Fownes' beat quality Glace Kid Gloves at a pair. All sizes in tans and blacks. These gloves are sold everywhere for a pair. Heavy Weight Silk Hose, 65c A heavy weight Silk Stocking (or Fall and Winter 'ifear, in black or tau. The famous Radium Silk, guaranteed to outwear any other silk stocking. More Real New Voile Waists' Some real smart styles in dainty Voile' Waists. These'are all hand embroidered with new collars; Then we .have a new lot of Crepe de Ohene and Silk Waists in Tvhite, flesh pink and from The Corset Shop of the City Over 700 pairs of the best American and Canadian Cor- sets, in 20 different models. Without a doubt the finest and largest stock of Corsets In Southern Alberta. WARNER'S CORSETS skirt models at to lace front models, special at to other styles priced CC all the way up to.... NEMO CORSETS UP TO carry in stock 10 different models in the fam- ous Nemo Corsets for stout and medium figures, special values as low as Fine Wool UiTwear Flue Wool Cashmere 'Vests; short sleeves, Dutch neck, at fl.25. short sleeves, Dutch OC neck, Child's Underwaists Children's White Fleeced TJn- 1 denralsts, 'all taped, and extra buttons for underwear, sizes "for D. and A. CORSETS, made in Canada. Well made, per- fect- fitting corsets. Special bargains at 1 11.25 and.......... 'VV Yorkshire Blankets Heavy weight Cotton Blan- ket, blue and white plaid, aiso grey and white, colored -bord- ers, splendid for CO Qrt bath robes, etc. See Oar Big Sale Circulars for Additional Saturday Bargains RYLANDS CO. THE BUSY STORE Prominent grain firms in Winnipeg predict a still further substantial rise in the pricu of wheat, in advices ro- i wived by grain dealers in the city to- Nrext Sunday will be Sunday, and ;nany Let lib ridge peo pic will attend the special Thanks- giving and Harvest services that are being prepared for next Simdav. With the best year of wheat crops in the history of the west, it is lilting that tin1 people should offer thanks for the bountiful harvest that is reaped and ihn i day, ana they are advisinK to 'eat r in the services arc ,n jn the local 1 ciiurchcfj. Special music will lie giv- i anxious to sell until their wheat is on ,_ every jjnsfiible moment inp operations, and not to b> the track.'or. ready to ship. en, ami special thanksgiving services preached by the local divines. Tho Thn Winning advices are to the re also lieing decorated fur effwct that the.wcalher is still far from Many women's organ- settled throughout the west, nartlcu-1 J7ations -m connection with the dif- Inrly In- Manitoba, and that unless j fcreili churches arc (Manning to give continued good j suppers on the Monday markets will see a further Increase following. Programs have also been v.-hcat prices. provided'. Special Thanksgiving services will lie preached hy Rev. A. II. Dcnoon in Knox church services. The choir will have sonic very choice mu- .sic- for the occasion. The church is being decorated for .Abe mornUig ser- vice. Wesley church is being decorated SAGE TEA PUTS LIFE AND COLOR IN HAIR Don't Stay Gray; !t Darkens So Naturally that Nobody can Tell. You can turn faded hair beau- tifullv dark and lustrous almost over .pound" at any drug store. of bottles of this old, famous Sage Tea Recipe are sold annually, says a for the event, and Rev. (j. H. Cob- blcdick will deliver a specially prc- the um- MiHions II1G cno'r w'" DC The Ladies' Aid will a popular Thanksgiving supper on Monday evcn- well-known druggist here, because it darkens the hair so naturally and I evenly that no one can tell it has been applied. Those whose hair is turning gray, becoming faded, dry., scraggly and ing, followed by a good musical pro- DELANYS LIMITED Mounted Police Cyprian's church wiA be the I Not RCCTUlt scene of special services. Rev. Can- on McMillen, who has lately returu- t'hin'havG I synod in Toronto will give special because after one or two applications sermons, and other features will be the gray hair vanishes and your locks i evident. St. Mary s church will be decorat- 'become luxuriantly dark and Jjeauti- to Former I troops in Western Canada who c; can he called upon in case of iroubl Tin.1 Lethbririge division is nr short between 25 and 30 men on i strength of the force as it stood la year. H is not expected these rani will be filled. Ottawa, Out., Oct. has heci, decided tnat the situation is now dandruff goes, scalp itching j ed for Thanksgiving, and the harvest well in hand in Western Canada-in] Medicine and falling hair stops. j This i fiaired, unattractive folks are not wanted .around, so get busy with Sage and Sulphur tonight and you'll be delighted with your dark, handspmo hair and your youtii- ful appearance within a few days. 'D. Higinbotham Co., Carmangay District Court Two criminal charges were heard by Judge Jackson at iCarmangay on Wednesday. H. Gray, charged with grievous bodily assault was fined costs, the charge being reduced to common assault. Gotschalk, charg- ed with common assault, -was dismiss- ed. Civil cases were .settled as fol- Whitley vs. Galster, judgment for plaintiff for claim and costs; Van- over vs. McNamara, judgment for plaintiff for Thanksgiving festivities will he served. Uev. C. H. P liver special services. GOOD ON 7.ETLAW LIN ________ Hat, Oct. Hai ___ _ ob-1 regard to alien enemies that it will j t home returned early yesterday mot is an age of youth. Gray-1 served. Uev. C. H. Popham will de-i not be necessary to recruit the Roy-ling from a trip along the new He "vcr special services. al Northwest Mounted Police up to t law -branch of the C.P.R. which 1 Westminster church will have a I the strength ii, was kept at all last I took as the guest of C.P.R. Super! Thanksgiving service in year, viz., 1500 men. teudent .Mclnlosh in his private ca with the anniversary services which) When-war broke out last year the! The line nov; goes as far as Li are being held on Sunday. [famous red-coated force doubled; niond, which is north of Taber. ar Rev. A. C. Bryan will preach a in strength in order to patrol Geu- ,'tho mayor reports evidences of gre: Thanksgiving sen-ice in St. Andrew's, man and Austrian settlements. These i prosperity in that country. At Li church in the evening. men were taken on for only a year. mond thsre are several new buildini Thanksgiving services will be held] Many of them dfiring the pasi; couple: Tiuing erected, accompanied by tj in St. Patrick's .church on Sunday of months have secured their ciis- busy which denotes a new and a special Thanksgiving mass will! charge and have been joining'" the coming into-heing. be held at 8 ojclock Thanksviging j overseas battalions. i There are'three elevators at Tra i The force is now down to mnc'ers, Enchant-and Lomond, and at 01 The Salvation Army are preparing i hundred men. It has been decided af-'of these the mayor was informed Hlii for special Th ;ion Army are preparing i hundred men. It has been i services at, ter a thorough inquiry ihn at it will 'one elevator estimated its season the citadel. The hand will renders not be necessary to recruit the force' receipts of wheat at one some new selections. R.N.W.M.P. MAN KILLED of counter claim reserved; Galster vs. Olson, action dismissed; Galster vs. Lewis, dismissed; Marrs vs. Tjomas, judgment i'or London, Oct. Lieut. John costs, rights ".Wheeler Bush, Scots re- ported killed in action. .'Bush formerly in- the Canadian Northwest Mounted Police, and on the outbreak or the wor enlisted in the inth A'J- berta Dragoons. He came to En'g 'Dallas, Tex., imposes fine for '-and with the first, contingent, and're- insurance Men Here T. J. Weston, general manager of the Assurance Co. of Toronto, and H. T. Roesler, general auper in tendon t, together with J. E. Jones, Alberta manager of the com- pany, have-just'completed a tour of the Lethbrfdge district, :in connection with the extensive loan business of the company. The officials are amaz- ed at the abundant crops they saw on every hand. public foxtrotting or other freak belved his commission in the Fusil- iers. Cranbrook, British Columbia, Oct. 8. are preparing for a busy winter, making arrange- ments accordingly. One firm in the Roosvilie placed an order with Ellis a rancher in the Valley, for fifty tons of hay, with a possibe order for another fifty October 12 is Columbus Day, and the Knight of Columbus will celebrate the occasion, ny entertaining their friends to an informal dance at St. Mary's 'hail. The Fiyer wlirfae pulled off at the end of the present month. It is un- leratood strong''delegations compris- ing ;every important body in the city will interview the C.P.R. officials with a view to continuing the ser- vice. The. funeral of the, late Andrew was held yesterday after- noon from the family residence. In- terment was. the Church of England cemetery. The pallbearers were N.-A. Wallinger, H. White, Wm. Harris, C. A. Cock, J. F. Campbell and A- H. Creston district is producing some dandy apples this year.' Joseph Jack- sou, the conductor, -whose reputation i is as straight as a siring, brought, a" box into Cranbrook today, containing 27 apples. The be, It remember- ed, was the regulation apple box size. All the app'ies measured from 15 to 19 inches in circumference. They were grown on the farm of Mayor F. G. Little, the oldest fruit grower in Creston. up again to fifteen hundred. Thn po- lice have the situation well in .hand, while there are .twenty-five thousand els, .and another at bushel The. train hauled back twelve ci: loads" of wheat. A Household and the Obvious Answer AVli>