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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUHDAir, OC'l'OBEK TJ-IK LETH KUllJli K U A 1 i, V HKU.AL.H PAGE NINE ------------j tfr 'AFTER SUPPER' SPECIALS FROM Rylands' Golden Opportunity Sale EVERYTHING READY for a blj, time tonight. The big Golden Opportunity Sale will be at Its best tonight. We quote only a few specials from the many bargains which are all out In plain sight with a big sale ticket. Join the crowds. Extra Bales- people to serve you; parcels delivered to any part of the city. See Big Sale Circulars for Other Bargains ins Net 7.GP, FIc s, all Fl s, Go UfK! Vi for Je R ors, for s for Fl p Eor St it 56 I, yard. Fie Hose a DOT'S C o pers Hose 30. Hair Nets, all kinds, S for..26c Girls' Flette DTCSSCE at -----49c ioys' Striped Overalls .75c oys' Buster Suits vvui" sets, 1 Counter Coats Coats Coats Regular values as liigji as IfiSO.OO On Sale, and The.Big Opportunity Sale ;will be con- tinued, all next week. Be. here on Itimday Tor a brand new lot of Bale Specials. Rylands Co. Conducting a "JJeal Sale. TELEPHONE 600 WHO WANTS (Toronto Ouobe) Toronto must follow the feminine custom and keep its money in its stocking. The banks have refused to accept a deposit of the cheque for the proceeds of the latest, bond sale. There arc men and Insti- tutions that will refuse to accept Mrs. Byers, of Ames, Iowa, Is vis- iting Mr, and .Mrs. II. H. MuElyea. Mr. Husewani, of Natal, B. C., is ji week-end visitor in the city. The St. Mary's W. A. will meet in the Parish hall on Monday afternoon at three o'clock. The Art Needle-work club will meet jat Mrs. D. A. .Simpson's, (i3'l 15th St. on Monday. j Tiff: W. A. of Hi. Mary's church arc j holding a whist drive in thc Parish j Hall on Tuesday evening at eight j o'clock. J Miss Maeleod of Letlib ridge has been ailiUd to the stall of the Can a.- dian Hank of Commerce in Macleodi and has commenced her new duties. I Private Harold Henderson and Pri- vate Will Henderson, of the 82nd Battalion, Sarcpe ('amp, are spending the week-cud with their mother. Mrs. Beards is planning a sale of fancy goods the first week in Novem- ber, and will give 'M per cent, to the l.O.D.K. Mr, Seaman of Cranbrook, and W. MiUJken, of Fcrnie, an: spend- ing the ueek-ntd with Mr. suit! Mrs. J. 11. Hodgson. Mr. Arthur Ho.senroll of We task i- win, recently returned from the froiil, aimed in the city last night and is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hodgson. The Ladies' Aid of St, Patrick's church are holding a pantry sale next Saturday afternoon in the Bentley store. Afternoon tea will be served and there will be tea cup reading by an expert. The proceeds will be given to Hie Patriotic Fund. Invitations have teen received by the Flower Guild to a dance on Fri- day, Ilia 29th, in the K. P. hall. This society is in need of funds so it is hoped that there will be a large at- tendance. Invitations may be obtain- ed from Mrs. (Joiiybeare. j Dr. and Gibson entertained at a smart 500 party last evening com- plimentary to Mrs. 0. J. Courtice'of Kdmonto'n, who is visiting Mrs. Cook. Five tables were in play and at the conclusion of the games a dainty sup-' per was served. Mrs. McGuirc and Dr. Craig were the fortunate pme winners. Mrs. Geo. R. Dixon entertained in honor of the members 01 the Do- minion. Hehekah lodge number 4.1-, yes- WITH EVERY DOLLAR PURCHASE I TONIGHT I ONLY We Give You Free Copper or Brass Tray TONIGHT ONLY terday afternoon and evening, twenty members of the lodge Over were SPORTING GOODS Winchester Pump Gun Remington Pump Gun Game Carriers, each ............26c Gun Cases, each Shooting Coats, each Caps, each Shell ----'............35c Vests, each Double Barrel .22 Short Ride .22 Short Rifle Razors, Hones and Strappers and Safety Razors in Nickel Plated Cases 6 extra blades, eacn Twinplex Strappers; turn the handle, that's all; each Automatic Stroppers Razor Hones ..........76c and Real Safety, special Razor Strops, from .............75c Announcement! We have pleasure in informing the public we will open a Branch Store at the Corner of 4th Ave. and 5th St. S., formerly occupied by the McKcown Hardware Co., where we hope, with the increased accom- modation, to be able to give the general public and our numerous patrons better service. It is our aim to conduct (his Store on a Cash basis, and we will specialize in Household-Cooking Utensils, Fancy Brass and Electroplated Goods, Cutle'ry, Gas Stoves and Heaters, Cooking Ranges and Coal Stoves, and the numerous other lines that, constitute an up-to-date Hardware Store. Yours fruly, "HAYK HARDWARE co. Per Arthur Hayr. DON'T FORGET TO ASK FOR A PARCEL POST SLIDING SCALE Express Waggons CANADiAN EXPRESS, STRONGLY MADE Tonight.................. Corn Brooms and Be Sure You See Our Window Mvevything in (his Window is 51.00 It Contains BRASS INK STANDS BRASS CANDLESTICKS BRASS KETTLES COPPER KETTLES OXYDISED BREAD PLATTERS COPPER HOT WATER MATS NICKEL BREAD PLATTERS INGERSOLL WATCHES RAZORS POCKET KNIVES SMOKER'S OUTFITS EVERYTHING- DUST COMPOUND Keeps Dust Down In barrels, per Jn lOOIb boxes, pel' Ib......4c For 10IU bag .............60c OLD DUTCH CLEANSER 3 for 25c 'Ves -and Heaters 20 Per Cent, them .........Over. STOVE BOARDS 75c; STOVE PIPE ELBOWS, 6 inch Each 25c. COAL OIL 25c a gallon STOVE INCH f for 25c LAMP CHIMNEYS 4 for 25c present in the evening. A most enjoy-. bccn asked ior bv thc soidiers. one was spent in var- or. more o( articles can he I IQUS games and guessing contests. as many as de- Dainty refreshments were served by name should be attached to the hostess at the close of the even- as they cannot he sent to I individuals. The parcels will be tributeii as a rift from Lethbridgc. Airs. Arthur Glace was the hostess j c: enjoyable tea yesterday after- Organ. Recital. H. JIcG. Young- will play at .a 30- iJnutes organ recital preceding the vcning service -at-Knox church to- noon. The hostess, gowned .in green flowered lafieta with chiffon draping, was assisted by her mother. Mrs. J.' II. Wallace. The tea table, studded with handsoDifi lace doylies, and have to nav interest adorned with crimson Richmond on Timrsaay evening i." es, was presided ovcr-bv Mrs. J. -A. 'ne wedding cerc- Jfr. Carl Skretting of Amethyst, Alta.j.antl Johanna Sofie Falt- land, of Lost Alta., were mar- ried "iii the city on Thursday evening on it. They have some to lend; hut M. SARROIL HVench in the Orient, has command the Allies' expeditions In the Bal- kans. es, .was presided over-by Mrs. J. A. Jackson. Miss Florence Hill and Miss Effle" Wallace attended to the .wants of the guests, Gordon Giace they are not showing any reversal ol form just now. 4n official of the Treasury trotted admitted his'mother's guests" around all yesterday forenoon looking for somebody to take nearly four mil- lion dollara, and. said "slip It here." They shook tlieir heads and said, "Take it away, for jf we keep it it will take a.lot of ours -away in In- terest. C.O.F. Anniversary .anniversary of the Can- adian Order be cele- brated next Thursday-, October 28, in the K. of P. hall at 8.30 .sharp. Every Forester, and! his -family .in" the city are requested to attend.' Messrs. Harris, -Aird, Price aiu responsible for a very successful The marriage and Air. Harry Pimples in an Evening Gown Stop' Embarrasiment from Pimples Beautify 'Your Skin Quickly With Stuart's .Calcium Wafers. Trial Package Mailed Free. Skin-tissue is made from the blood, and as it is a tendency of nature to throw off a good share ol impurities Miss Ruhr-Simmitnrongh th, slan naturalh impuri- Munro" was quietly 't'66 on the surtace m tbe form moiiy was performed in the Swedisli language. The couple will make .their home in Octgber Berries forC.P. Officials Armstrong in pale pink ninon and sa- tin, Mrs. S. Kirkbam wearing rose silver, and Mrs. L. T. Allen in -_ chiffon veiling satin of .the same 'g sa shade. Mr. Harvey presided "at- the piano and .was very generous with j his encores. Miss Helena Simpson and j to the Red Cross The next national convention okthe Miss Nimmons kindlv played extras. W.G.T.U, will be held in Indianapo-' Twenty members of the Wiliard W. C. T. U. and their friends attended'a .he Customs au- were -not -within fho Hftio ljeu'a Jli making vas tne deie- and prepflred thp necessary papers to which was greatly enjoyed Among Cross for the wounded men com- the.items of business was Hie launch- ing from tlle 'wa''' Iie BBld- inn; of a contest for new members and to the extent inn; of a contest for 'Mrs. Mcllvena and chose sides'; for the COL...... side obtaining the least number of members will banquet1 the winners at the of the contest, whicli Creston, B.. C., Oct. spe- cial train carrying Vicc-President Bury and other C.P.R. officiti-S, made a 15-minute stop this evening .to per- mit the board of trade presenting Mr. Bury with a full crate of choice rips strawberries picked on Grady's} ranch, Creston, grown "in the open, j late this afternoon. The berries of excellent color and size, with a flavor equal to June fruit. President Reid gave them. FLINGS JEWELS AT- FERDINAND .msi The skin will be. clear. The com perfect, angelic, be in Januan The no skin eruptions, come wonderfully )lexion "will be Stuart's Calcium }Vafers remove the ,ey do a Chinese gentleman, for that is I moat powerful'blood cleansers ever what Hop Choug is, that laws are known They arp Innnless Don't good, mid the country which gives (expect face creams to do this bis Duke of Orleans' ad- dressed a letter to King Ferdinaiid of Bulgaria several days ago requesting that monarch to take back jewels of Bulgarian orders which bad been be- stowed upon him, but the letter-was published only Bulgaria'en.- tered tbe war In bis communication, the Duke said; The attitude TOW Majesb has thought right to take m the present war, contrary to your previous policy, forces me to the sad duty of praying your 'Majesty to take back the Jewels of" Bulgarian orders with which your Majesty invested me, first upon the death of your venerable mother, and second' when your Majesty Was in Paris o.ut how much Bulgaria owed1 to' France. Ttell to take back the alas! I- cannot- send them, but vour MajesU has onlv toi apply to his ally-yvho, for more than n j year, has occupied my chateau in Bel- MIDLAND SECTION Barnsley 4, HUH 1. Bradford City 2, W. 2. Grimsbytown 2, Notts County 2. Huddersfield T. 4, Derby County 1. Leicester Fosse 4, Leeds City 0. NTotts Forest 3. Lincoln City 2. Sheffield United 1, Bradford 0. LANCASHIRE SECTION Blackpool o, Preston N, E, 1. Bury Liverpool 1. Manchester U. S, Stockport C. 0. Oldham Athletic .1, stoke; 3. Rochdale 3, Bolton Wanderers" 4. "_ Soutbport 1, BurnleyL Kverton 1, Manchester City .2. LONDON COMBINATION Mllhvall' A. 3, Brentford 3. Clapton Orient 0, Tottenham H. 0. Queen's Park R. 1, Chelsea 0. Fulharh 5, Crystal Palace 0. Croydpn. Common 1, The Arsenal 4i Watford Westh3m United 3...... Glasgow, Oct. following are the results of the Scottish .foot- ball games, plajed on the grounds 01 the first mentioned clubs, Celtic 0, St. Mirren 3; Partick Thistle 5. Kalkirk ,2. Queen's Park 2, Hamilton; Raitb Rovers Rangers Dundee 1, Third Lanark- it. Mothenvell 2, Clyde 2. Dumbarton 3, Airdrieonians I. Kihuarnock 0, Ayr United I Hearts of Midlothian 2, Jtfortbn'O. Airs AlcKcaii ?f the poor Impuiities'from the blood The mtest and the 1owa Wlll beneflt Wv recognition ,t quitkli. Tliei on of hh" the faheltei o{ lts co latitutlon is ork, Go to the drug store today and get j..v... ui vuuiu uv ft box o" Stuarts Calcium nO [said on this little-matter. But it ail cents but are really north mauj dol- refreshments brought the afternoon to !wor1n supporting in hard coin in the a close. v hour of her need. A deal could be Von. arc reminded to in mind'comes to tllis- tnat it points to the the Christinas shower "that is -being l'ne duty for thc whole of us. Hop beld for.- the Letlibridgc, soldiers at Cbong is a good citizen, a man worth the. front on October 28th' a splendid example tor in the A M C under the, aiisp c i, of others to iOi ov, Wofd tonight from at Eugene hos is to the ettect that Miss .who was 'taken- to St. Bugene Uir- Civic- club V socnl be spent and re- pitn j frcshnientK served. Thp. fee 'will be a nail, parcel to contain any' of the follow- hospital .last week, suffering from ing ailicles pipe tobtcco c gar hlood noiaonlng is still In a serious cues shaving soap gum games not0 condition Another opera ton was he pipei soap cindlei. and lemon tirppb tessary and she Is just be Thc three latter items espccialy have itween. life and death. you If your face is marred by ugly blackheads, tmiddiness or spots, etc. Convince yourself .by'actual.'test that Stuart's Calcium Wafers are the. most, effect- Ivo blood and akin, puriflerh In tiic world 11 nish to try them firsf mail couiwti below for free trfal pack- gium, and for whom no secrets safe can have RED ROSE FREE TRIAL COUPON F. A. Stuart Co., 303 Stuart Bldg., Marshall, Mich.; Send me at by. return mail, a free trial package of Stuart's Cslcfurn Street CItj Statn your Majesty orders I ran no longei wear. Majesty -will understand I am obliged to warn your Majesty the .takes un arms against my country, France, bis name will be struck from the Chapter of the Knigbts of the Holy Spirit. I do not as K your Majesty to send back 'the jewels of the Order of tho Holy. Spirit, but wish, on the contrary, that these :souyenlrs of the France he has betrayed shall keep alive-a Tterneiua] remorse.' A.letter tbe Emperor Francis Joseph at the outbreak .of the has.also been RUbHshedi- In it he h the ruler of Austria Huhgarj to take back-the jewels ol' the -Order of the -Go'ideu Fleece, and.'refers; to his marriage -to tbe Dorothea as "the '.misfortune of iny life.' ENDED IN A TIE Saabatoon, Ocl imi versltv track mept ended today in a draw, the Normal sehpo'l and College of Arts Science of of SasatcUewan tying for the Cairns Cm> wltfi .jofnlf eaoh, and faiiBen and Booth drawing for the individual chiinpionship. ALLAN LINER ASHORE France, Oct Allan Line steamer Pomeranian, from Mon treal for London, went ashore today in a fog near five miles north- west of The Teasel is lying on shingle and appears not to be straining It Is hoped she ill get off shortly. GRANTS A PARDON, London, Oct. William has notified King 41fonso that be has pardoned the Countess de BeKeyiHe, Mile. Thulier. and other Belgians-con- demndd to death for aiding in the es cane of prisoner soldiers, says a: dls- patch to tbo Exclia'uge Telegraph Co, from GOTHIC THE NEW ARROW COLLAR ;