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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOBER is. THE LETHBRIDGEDAILt HERALD PAGE EIGHT Ryland's Annual Garment Sale Opens Saturday Mornings-Over 150 Goats, ON SALE SAT. ONLY Short Sleeve Vests at 50c Another shipment of those short sleeve. Dutch neck 'Velya" Vests for yeomen. The other ship- ment sold out in tv.-o days. Just the proper weight tor present wear. Velva Combinations, 95c CctnWnations for women, elastic knit, with short sloevn and Dutch neck, or regular long sleeve style. Ten dozen ou sale Saturday per garment 95c, Girls' Combinations, 75c. "Velva" Combinations for girls, 3 to 19 rear sizes. White elastic the best underwear bar- gain of the season. Girl's Vests or Drawers, 25c. 10 dozen onlv of Girls' Natural Rittied Vests, Drawers to maich: all sizes up to 14 years. While they last, per -garment 25c. Military Waists Brand new styles direct from the East, where they are creating quite a style sen- sation. 5 dozen Ladies' Military Waists in colored repps, pongee, etc. Regular mili- tary effects. Sizes up to 40. Priced from Silk Lustre Hose Suits, Dresses, on Sale Just a year ago now we held our tint Big Garment Sale, which turned out to be a wonderful tuccesa. This year wa have planned to eclipse our past efforts, giving you bargains In Coats rlgnvat the beginning of the season, at prices you would expect to pay In January, The purchase of 3 complete set of warehouse samples, bought at a big discount, together with our entire stock of over 150 brand new garments, makes this one of the banner events of the entire season. All Wintex, Princess and Lady Gordon Suits and Dresses will be Included In this sale. A Small Deposit Secures any of These Special Sale Garments Sample Coat Lot at These Coats conic in plain cloths, fancy tweed mixtures and Boucle materials, .in the new convertible collar, also the new Chin Chin stand up collars, sizes to 42 and values at ?1S, 520, ?32, for..... Coats Worth up to Most of these Coats came in the sample lot, and in most cases they are size 36, with a few 38 and 40. About a dpzen plain and Fancy Zebelines, Boucle Fancy Tweeds, reg. ?35. Take your choice for Coats and Suits up to First of all, there are 15 Tweed and Serge Suits. Some satin lined in sizes 34 to 42 that sold as hijrli as 522. Then we have s'limit 12 coats, some the new belt and hjgh collar in sizes 16j 18 and 20 Silk and Serge Dresses Not ordinary styles, nor materials, but tailored French Serge Dresses that you would pay for in the big.city stores. See them anyway, they are worthy of a trip down town. Silk Poplins, also in lou lllgll C1UB3 All Garments Altered Free, and to your Entire Satisfaction ON SALE SAT, ONLY Fl'tte Blankets at The size and fuuiHty you pay and for in nil stores, white or grey 'with ders. Thesu nre Inrge double' bell size. Grey wool Blankets have sold over 100. pairs of these Grey Wool Blankets'so far this season. Extra large size, anil full 7 pounds. Only 25 pairs left at this low price. White Bed Quilts, A white Honcyconib Bed Quilt, 6C inches wide, SG inches wide, hemmed ends, a splendid Quilt at the price. Feather Pillows for Full size Pillows, covert'ii Vitb art ticking, illled with feathers. Worth regularly J1.75 each. Girls' Coats Smart little Velvet or Blanket Coats for the kiddies at Fancy check mater- ials, made up the same stylexas our ladies', coafs, wiiir bells, etc.; S, 10, 12 year sizes at ?8.50 and Penman's Soisette, or Silk Lustre Lisie Hose, TTcighr. for fall wear. Regular value, on sale Saturday and Monday, for................ lUSUe Jjitoit; 35c Colored Pongee Silk 34 inches wide, in colors of rose, tan; Belgian bine, frlacfc, paim beacfc. Just the material for blouses; 'kimonas, etc., res. 75c a yard, on sale Saturday 59c Wide Dress Silks This is one of the best Silk Bargains have offered so far this sea- son; 10 pieces of yard wide Messaline and PaUette Silks In light t dark Rust Proof Corsets of D. and A, Corsets, 6 hose supporters, reinforced front and heavy double steel down, front, no steel on hip; sizes up to 27. Hegular for 95c Cir. Pillow Cotton A very fine -piece nf linen finish Pillow Tubing, suitable for embroid- ering on. This line sells re- gularjy at 30 and 35c a yard. Ou sale Saturday 25c Dress Goods Special 20 ends of all wool Dress Materials Fancy Crepons, Serges and Cheviots, also neat Shepherd Checks in black and white. Values to for 69c THE BUSY STORE Boys' Combinations To fit boys from 10 .to 35 years old.' Fine Elastic Knit Ribbed Combinations, closed crotch. Special value on Saturday 25 Pullover Jerseys Boys' navy or -grey, heavy ribbed'Wor-. sted Jerseys, pullover style.. The sizes range from S-- to years. On sale Saturday for, your choice 1c- 95c New Comforters ISxtnt large size Comforters, with Turkey Red Chintz, or a Fancy Art .Muslin. These are on sale Saturday, spec ial, at covered 50 Men's Nightgowns A dozen or so Men's Flannelette. Night Gowns, ..neat stripe, extra large body and full length. Sizes Ifi to 17 On sale Saturday for.............. 25 Pte. Jas. Hendrie Meets Many Lethbridge Officers Pte- James Hendrie of the post office staff who went the front with the first contingent oi Leth- hffdge soldiers, writes very interest- iaglv in-a letter to a friend here oi incidents-in his life since he was in- valided to -England after hating been, wounded some months ago. He savs: I am at .the Canadian Convalescent Camp at- Monks Horton in Kent. I don't know how soon I may move from here. I thought to he on fur- lough by this time, but the soldier proposes, the authorities disposes. Some new regulation has come.into force whereby all Canucks must first come here from the hospital before going .on furlough. left Carmarthen hospital on Tuesday morning and arrived in Lon- don 4.30 p.m. We decided to stay in tewnjpverniglit at my chum's friends and went to a theatre. Just shortly after we got home from the show we heard the guns (anti IVe went-put to see what we could see but 'toe Zepps were not in sight, they were in the east end. We could hear the explosions of the bombs and the report of the anti aircraft guns but could see nothing. .The Ze.nps' Raid We had to go off to ilonks Korton by an early train sorhad no oppor- tunity to see the extent oi the dam- age. They'seem .determined to do as much damage as possible to London, as they have raided it three times within'five days. Too bad that so many civilians and. children should suffer; but there is no doubt- as to the object of these raids. For the most part they seem trying to find ttie arsenal, the principal stations, the bridges over the Thames and so on. II they were only after TViliul dam- age to prpperty "and to the popula- tion they would most likely choose different courses In their raids. As it is, the course.of the Zepps seems to be the same each time they come to London. Still .the people of London don't seem vsry much upset over them and continue to go to bed and sleep peacefully as though Zeppelins, the idea being to have all the wound- never had been known. Since I have; ed under cover before the winter been hers I -have met verv many old" conies on. v Lethbridge friends in the various of War camps around here. Saw Lethbridge Men There are, I believe, about Canadian troops, in this district.. I have been to Otters Pool Camp and. to ShorncliSe receiving old friend.-; -1TIM1 Well, in France and Belgium, and again in the hospital in England, I've seen some oi the tragic results of the second Battle of Ypres, but here is where one finds them by the er one-armed, one-legged, one-lunged men broken on the ships I met Sergeant Major Beards-i in Friday ana. Saturday at Otters Pool and at Ross Barracks Shorn- i jdine. Have met and chatted with, Lieutenant-Colonel Stewart Majpr. Ripley, Captain Lieutenant marchin? to" the sound of Bawden and scores 01 others of var- felfOWB all eagerness to ions ranks very surprised to t-o France and tne enemy, I-feel meet Dr Mewbura or.- Major Mew- buni last night at Fplkest-one. He unu> nerves completely e >Qks at tn? th -young1 few yards away, sometimes on the point of I curse my imagination, butr.f I cannot help it as I watch those 'fel- lows. I can't it in-my mind's eye, the Earrie young fellows SMITH McKAY (Late of the Staff of Delanyc Ltd.) Beg to inform the Citizens of Lethbridge that they have commenceflmsiness'-bii their own account, in the Public Market, 5th St. S. Also to say that it will always'be their earn- est endeavor to supply Meats of First Class Quality only. They will have for Saturday a full supply of freshly killed MUTTON, POKK. A7EAL, POULTRY, ETC. They have ulso acquired the Fteh Buelness of Mr Fred Will- lams of the Pacific Fish Market (who has enlisted in the 39th Bat- tery) and will open -with a varied assortment of Fish on Tuesday next In the mentioned market SMITH McKAY 4th intf {Kh SUIfl, Llthbridge Public M.rk.t. PHONE NO. 1060 NO COLD STORAGE MEATS HANDLED. CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED PROMPTLY. i words, but was in a -couldn't stay. Just the same Mewburn however no "swank" or snobbishness. I did not see tnta? Mewbum, lie wasn't in camp when I- than -W6 first "bad." We never j was .over there. i saw before we went to France the I don't know yet'ii I shall go back resuits of war, or at least we. saw to my old battery or not. Eddie Pat-i Tcry ievf 0[ them. These fellow's are teson, of Lethbridge, with sorae' close by us and see the wounded, others of my battery are being sent men every other day. Still, ,to a'Howitzer battery, so I may gei thejr hearts are good, and they are, the same. In the am still heljeve, just as eager as they were convalescing and shall not be back to 3t jhe beginning. It is a peculiar duty for at least a month, perhaps, tlljnf, the fact that no matter what Idnger. I miiiid rather he with myiwe went through, all our boys feel old comrades if I could have. my jthat we want to be back where our choice. i are. When we analyze our feel- I never happened to, get nearer to (which some of us do) we find Brennan than a mile or so when in that we can quite easily forget the Prance, but I belfeve he'is still O.K. j horrors and dwell on the lighter side I hope he keeps so until it is warfare as we saw -.it .in the over: I trenches. We can always' remember I have been examined, today again >tlie jlmny incidents in :all their de- by a doctor. This is the. second a merciiul memory fails to and the second doctor'since my: ar- jn detail all the; horrors, rivalhere; The first oneisaid sometliing I' have wondered thought massage do any good, and that he didn't think my arm would ever be quite straight, it would get stronger. The, doctor wlio me cv-er, seems to think massage will "do good-and that 1'A be perfectly 'fit j There jg one sure way that has again. However, today's examination neyer failed to remove dandruff at SIMPLE WAY TO END DANDRUFF agi_ _ _ was only the preliminary to an eV- amination by a board of doctors. I shall be lielore the. board tomorrow and they will decide, .what is to be done with me. The' doctor who oper-'l ated told me that there was no per- manent injury to the muscle and that in time the arm would straighten all right: He, of course, saw exactly how much damage: was done and ought to know. This Monks Hnrton is an estate not a village, and so far as I hear belongs to some Canadian Colonel. There is a fine large house, hut wo are Living in .tents, large marquees i with proper folding spring beds. We i ate very comfortable- .though not I so well looked after as in the hospital, which is understood when I tell you that have no women hcire (or nurses. They arc moving all men once, and that in to dissolve it, then you destroy it entirely, To do this just get afoout four 'ounces ot plain common liquid arvon from any drug store (this is all you need) ap- ply, It at night, when rretiring; use enough to moisten the scalp and rub it In gently with the finger tips. By morning, most if not all, of your dandruff will be gone, and three or four more applications will complete- ly dissolve and entirely destroy every single sign and trace of it, no matter liow much dandruff you may have. You will find all itching and) dig- ging of the scalp will atop Instantly, and jrour hair will be fluffy, lustrous, glossy, silky and soft and look feel a hundred times Adver- tisement. at in. myself and at the same time 1 out of this camp at soon a ptiisible, i am glad of it. others feti as I do and so their hearts are light most oi the time. The most wonder- ful examples of the Anglo-Saxon spirit my opinion) are those of the wounded who are totally dis- abled, no grumbling; no long faces, all of'them seem quite cheerful. NOTED BOSTON .WOMAN DROWNED IN BATH Boston, Mass., Oct. 14.-r-The body of Mrs: Bbwdoin B. Crowinshield, wife of the well-known yacht designer of this city and JIarbleliead, was found in'a bathtub filled with hot water in the Parker House early today. The' cause of death, aecuruJiig to Medical. Examiner McGrath, was drowning.'He. expressed the opinion, that It was ac-; cidenta'l, but said that an autopsy; would be held. R. A. WRIGHT The City's Leading Jeweller ;