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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, OCTOBEU 13. 1SMG RYLANDS CO. CO.------------- CUHQCJO --------.-----------------------------------__ '_ O Our Stock of Suits, Coats and Dresses Now at Its Best With Great Variety and Wonderful Values ________ ,i _ I Get a Style Book for_______ Pattern. (Add 5c extra for postage.) ijiLOO Values inJPrcas .Goods------._.... About 200 yards of the finest all dress in Short lengths from three to seven yards. Worth up to a yard. All new shades. A New Lot of Cloakings'........ rinakin's this season sre very scarce, especially pretty tweed" There will bo a new lot for your inspection tomorrow. Pattoa's Best Scotch Yarus_ Time to think of knitting a pair of socks for the soldier son or nusbana in ilie trenches for Christmas. Pat tons varos at 50c a skein make the best socks. Colors, grey. khaki. black. 50c "Wool Nap" Blankets, pair Larae "lie heavy "wooTiiap" blankets with colored borders. These take the place of the expensive all wool blankets. Last of Child's The new lot coming in will be Soc and 90c. We have all sizes now in siock. A Sale of White Sheets at w( n that cannot be surpassed. It's a pleasure here to shW you these goods. ,4 Dozen High Grade Sample Suits on Sale at 25 per cent. Discount I be sa.tisf.ed here o onm Those m 'materials arc finest French serge an, C or fur. ind lined with Skinner's guaranteed Eg Sizes to 10. Values up to SoO.OO. Less Iho discount. morale You irs of laln or white heets. Regular bed size. ese are "seconds" of a line we usually sell for R YLA NDS' morniim. l" to 42 in this big sale lot Salt's Esquimette Seal Plush Coats to de from the genuine "Sail's" Pliish are in a Smarr Coctf at Rylands', Tomorrow sM will find coats of every style and cloth imaginable. Sizes from J2 The Busy Store SATISFACTORY ALTERATIONS TO ANY GAR- MENT FREE Of COST. Children's Coa> For All Ages to The time to buy kiddies' coats is right now. Our stock is complete in oil sizes. The values are the best for years, and there is a big assortment to select from. Bring the girl down tomorrow and try a few coats on. A SMALL DEPOSIT RESERVES ANY COAT, SUIT OR DRESS HERE. Extra. Heavy White Bath Towelling Used extensively for gift towels. HoinotliliiK worth wli'.lo lo attach your crochet work to. We have different widths now In stock. 2oc lo Me a yard. ShoYt Sleeve Two splendid values in Ladies' Short 'Sleeve, low neck combinations In regular and outslzes. Warner's Lace Front Corsets The best low priced. lace front corsot wo know of. Guaran- teed rust proof and rip proof. Sizes from 19 to 20. It necessary you can try these on at home. Serge Skirts as Low as A stylish serge skirt at nowadays seems an impossi- bility, blit we can show you something rcul good at this price in black and navy serges. Crepe D. Morris homestead. There will be no trouble about machines this year as this town ship already has five-rigs at work am three in the township south of us. Mrs R. L. Burr has return od from a visit to her mother and sis Mr. Griffith has united In man-lag Mr Will Anderson and Miss Mabe Lefley. They have the best of wishe of their many friends. Mr. arid Mrs. Nate Kingsbury. wil shortly leave for Los Angeles, wher they will spend the -winter. Miss Min nic Abel has Joined Dr. Poyntz's staf and will go with him to his new san tarium he is to open at Banff. Mrs William N. Merriam will leave til first of the month for Fullerton, Cal and about the first of the new yea will visit friends in Minneapolis an Milwaukee, then proceeding to her ol home in Brookline, Mass., as the gues of Mrs. H R. Trainor. Ira M. Cutle has'returned from Tdaho.and now wi permanently locate here. The man friends of Storruste-were gla to hear that his stay at Gait hospita was so short. Women's Hosiery, Beal Cashmere Imported direct from the English maker. Prices per pair, 90c, 7oc, 65c and........... Boys' Cashmere Hosiery Extra quality, pure, heavy double kuee, heel and toes. At per pair 80c, 75c and Boys' Top Coats For ages 3 to 8 years. Heavy Dark Tweeds, djfi C A with tight .closing shawl collars. Each Boys' Wool Sweaters Bitra quality pure wool in pretty dark shades, brown, maroon and myrtle. Each f down to........................... THE SIMPSON CO FURS-LOWER IN PRICE Black Fox Sets Black Fox Sets Black Fox Sets Natural- Wolf Sets Natural Ecd Fox Sets Natural Coon Sets Isabella Fox Sets Hudson Seal Sets Mink Marmot Sets Mink Marmot Sets Natural Possum Sets Girls'Underwear Combinations. S5 cents and----........................ Vests and Drawers. Each 50 cents and...................... 75c Boys' Underwear Combinations. Suit S5 cents, and Vesta and Drawers. Each 45c, 75c and Ladies' Underwear Combinations. Per. Suit (1 90 cents Vests and Drawers. Each 35c, 76c and Men's Underwear Combinations. Per suit Shirts and Drawers. Each 50 cents, 90 cents and 90c 9 RUMANIANS ANNOUNCE REPULSE OF ENEMY Bucharest, via London, Oct. of a systematic attack -at several V> points along the Transylvania front is announced in today's war office statement. "If the rank and file of the Greek rmy had its way, it would not be ong before the Bulgars would face n old enemy on, the battlefield. The oys are longing for another crack at Bulgaria." Jim Cotaras, veteran of the second Jalkan war, and for years a resident )f Lethbridge, returned home the )ther day after four years in the Greek irmy, and speaking of the 'sentiment if the Greek people concerning the var he made the above statement. Cotaras left Lothbridge in 1913, went o Greece, trained fifteen days and was then rushed off to the front to iglit through the second Balkan cam- paign. After peace was declared he remained in the army; and when the Juropeon war broke out, the army was quickly mobilized and he remained un- der arms .until last June. At that time the army was ized and he was discharged. He was only out of the army ten days and wd" left the country when, another order came out forbidding men pf. mil.-. lary age from leaving Greece. The men ot the Greek army, he1 ire strong for Venezelos, and he is that Greece will yet be in the war on-the right side of the allies against their old enemies, the Turks and the Bulgars. AGEilSl and up. djl V HOLE PROOF HOSIERY. SILK AND LISLE. Edmonton, D. Pra -iummer, arraigned on a charge murdering Peter Lindsay near Cripn dale, Alta., on October 3rd, 1S13, w found not guilty In supreme court, t day Piummer-admitted the shoptln during Ills testimony, but maintain it .was done in.self-defence, and on latter Lindsay had attacked him wi I a knife The accused fled the count on 'the day of the tragedy, and was only discovered after a search extend-] Ing over three years. He was located 'in Libhy, Montana, by. .the Mounted Police, where he'was mnsquerauiilg under the name of Hpgan. The jury brought In a verdict after twenty minutes' deliberation. MORE MEN ARE NEEDED Oct. the house of commons'today Mr. Lloyd George said exemptions from military service we e far too numerous, running into linil- morning nays the man-power boiird decided that every young man in .the country must be .'definitely in the" nallina! A. P. Voorhees, agent for the Ogll- vie Milling Co. Eugene Nelson, was arrested about 10 days ago, charged with obtaining about ?4000 from the company by fraudulent grain tickets, appeared for r.reliminary hearing before Inspector Chaney at the Mounted Police bar- racks yesterday afternoon and was committed for trial. The superintend- ent of the company appeared against the accused and submitted -evidence of the alleged frauds. C. P. P. Cony- heare .K.C. acted for the crown. Yoor- hees was not represented by counsel. 328 A set of aluminum. cooking utensils with an interchangeable handle for all, easily, been, patented ;