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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1^18 THE LETilBpIDGE DAILY HEHALl/ PAGE NINE .: .> .> .> A o ' '  - �  : : : ? ? Jew wYork, to resume lier studies at the Jtfechanics Institute.  � * � Mr. ana' Mrs. A. J. H. Donohoe of ro'remost were in .the city yesterday on:their way home after havlhe, spent ttin.ost enjoyable holiday in the-mountains. V vMlss Leaii 'young iett yesterday at-tei-npoDT to, cpmineiice' her studies in the tJtilverBlty of Toronto; ' Mr! Kussel Allan left last night for the States to join the U. S. army. Word lias been received, in the clt.y by-iMis, J. B. Wllkie,'that.her,father, Rev. A. Logan Geggle, well-known di-' vine of Toronto, wlio went overseas I'e-cently.|for ohapfain �Work in France, Ijas been taken seriouBly ill and ds in fl hospital In Prance. He is getting along as well as can be expected. Rev. Jlr. Geggie went overseas this summer to do Y.M.C.A. and chaplain work among Canadian fighting forces.   . . Miss Marcella Lafferty left yesterday to Visit at Vancouver and Spokane. � *  Saturday afternoon Ue,ut. Whitney, K.A.P., son of Ben T. Whitney, of Bow Island Manyberries, in company with Lieut. George Ross n.A..V, son of Walter Ross, Lethbrldge, left for Toronto It Will Pay YouTo and it will Pay You to Buy at Rylands B^OAiisE LATE-R ON IN THE SfiASON GOODS ARE GOING TO BE SCARCE" eVjEN TODAY MAfyiJFACtORERS ARE FINDING IT DlFFICU|i.T TP SECURE DELIVERIES PROM THE MILLS. THIS ISGipiNG t6 MAKE ANEXTRA DEMAND ONA VERY LIMITED: ^UPPLVw. OUR 'stock; IS 'AWAY ABOVE THE AMOUNT WE USUALLY carry: WE HAVE DONE THIS fN ORDER TO PROTECT. Yd 0*ND SO TI^AT WE WILL HAVE THE RIGHT GOODS ATTHE RIGHT PRICES AND KEEP UP OUR REPUTATION of THtA'BEST FOR LESS^^^ y-;-T^^J-V' ^.. iilEN'S SWEATERS '; ;:Here> an-extra good buy for-the man of the house. .Men's. ^cKo4(Vl'SW�l�'�r,'^Po*^V roU>colliiri. two pockets, in grey, �brown OB-marobh shades. The.prlceris easy. n Qr nrvi,, -v;.j.;..;:..,.....;......... J.jfi> LADIES' SILK HdSE J- .'Api exeejlottt assortment .of silk hose In .a .full range of the popular shades'siicli as champagne, blax;!^ white, pale' bltie, pink, and Palni Beach. All sizes at, "TC - pair . , ,........................... /DC SPECIAL This is an excellent quality of fine all wool Grey Flannel. It pays to buy early. We bought this wJiea the,price was-easy compared with today's prices. It is 60o to 65c |"/| value. Wednesday and Thursday speotel .. i.. . dWC USLEHOSE Ladies' lisle hpsc In grey, brown, beige and Palm Beach, fall fashioned' and full range'of si^es. Jusc a little better weight Ctk ;-j(i}%ji,iilk;ror,full wear. Pair i..,.......................... OUC LADIES' SWEATER COATS A new line of brushed wool sweaters, made in neat style 'with � belt and large collar. The collar with two rows of white which form 'Ihe tffmm'ing. Assorted colors, cap to match. f g a a Only................................................ 19�VU SPECIAL Ladies' Heavy Cotton Vests Made with high neck and long sleeve. These vests are just the weight for early fall .wear. We only have a liinllted , quantity so don't be late. Worth In the regular way 60c. Special for Wednesday and "^Thursday......... . Or, 3 for ......................................... y.oo 35c 22.50 I LADIES' COAT A splendid t.weed coat, made In good roomy style with belt. ,lip,tch pockets and large collar which will fasten up close to the face. At..................................... TWEED COAT ' Made bf heavy English tweed with large convertlWe collar, wide belt and trimmed with large buttons. A very. n6�t lA Aii stylo At-----...........-......................... 19VV V SPECIAL ENGLISH COTTON SHEETS ' y- In double bed size. Made from good quality of cotton. Hemmed ends, all ready for use. A good chance to buy a few .. pair of sheets. Regular 1^.75 eaLch. Wednesday and | g/M  Thursday, only, each ____ ...... ........ ......... i�t>UI LADIES' TWEED COAT This coat Is made '6t good serviceable tweed. Large patch pockets and deep girdle belt and trimmed with black plusU oa a a which makes a very pleasing style.. At.........>........ AVcVV RYLANDS & CO. , The Bjiny S^ to report for the Imperial flying ser vice overseas. They expect to go to lilngland Immediately. � �  Mr. ahd Mrs. J, H. I>ee, of the Leth-bridge iHotel, and Mrs. Armitage loft yesterday for a month's holiday at Portland,    Mrs. Geggie and Miss Geggie who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. ,1. B. Wllkle tor tlie summer, have' left to visit Hon. and Mrs. Duncon Marshall at Edmonton. * * * Kdward Bayne, son, of Mi-, and Mrs. David Bayne has gone to Lethbrldge, where he will join the .Mounted Police force for overseas duty.-Medicine Mat News.  � * The Robaon correspondence in the Nelson News coatalns these items of local interest: Walter Jordan returned to Revelstoke after a week's'visit to his ranch here shipping his fall apples, 180 boxes being sent to Revelstoke.. Mrs. Walter Jordan loft Friday night for Fernle to visit Mrs. Mc-Vannell for two weeks. m m m   ? ? : ? ? .? * ? INTERESTING LECTURE. > �� ' . . � :-'.W ;> .> . .> '*ji: "Twislve � pays' � on the "^'e'sttsrii Front," is the subject of, the �lectuf-'e': which Mr. W. A.. Buchanan, RT.P;, Bfts, kindly consented to give for -tfie^ '^^-j men's Civic Club to help them'Js.eiidl their usual Xmas parcels toHlie.sol-,;! dlers who went  overseas from, teth-brldge. The lecture should be) one of .the., most Intense interest to citizeus'. :of. Lethbrldge and surroun^ingvdlstJl'cts, for Mr. Buchauan.has seen inore^dnd met more Lethhrldge people In his recent toiir with' the'jCaDadian^edMipps' than'anyone 'we a.reilikely to have the oppor'turiity of heRBrln'g; and being', oni' of our town people thus honored he will uhderstand and tell us what we moat wish to hear. / : The.time and place of the lecture will be announced later and the club asks the co-operation of everyone in-teresjed In o'Ur soldiers to make it the success It deserves to be.    � ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? : > ? ? ? BE CAREFUL OF SUGAR. > * ? � * ? ? ? ? * c : * that constant, haunting fear, which like as not has made you tui-n hack even at the very threshold of the dentist's office. No longer need you say "I caunot Bummoa u9 my courage to visit the dentist." Modern painless methods as we apply them, hav� revolutionized the science ot denUstry. Come to our offices today, and we will demonstrate to you the truth of this fact. You need not take our word for it. Question for yourself any patient who baip^peiM to be in the chair at the tiin*