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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, SEPTEMIiKR 25, 1914 JTKI3 fcETIIBRIDGE "DAILY HERALD PAGE RYLANDS CO. THE BUSY STORE RYLANDS CO. yanee in the Prices British, French and German Mer- chandise at 'Before-the-War' Prices The war In Europe will affect more than the price 'of sugar and lines such as Millinery, Drugs, Furs, etc will aW'increase In price. But what these suffer will bo nothing compared with tho scarcity of goods which heretofore were made In factories now lying in ruins. The whole lace bu.iness in France Is and Glove Factories lines such as Hosiery, Silk Gloves, Dome Fasteners, usually .made in Germiny, will be purchased In other markets at double the price. Our stock In nearly every line is fortunately well, supplied and while they last THEY ARE YOURS AT THE OLD PRICES. Kill toe (tetion Nearly all the real Kid Gloves are mode In France or Austria. the well known makers, have been compelled to turn all their factories into hospitals. There will be a glove famine inside of the next four months. KID white, also a special white washable Chamois that will not hard- raj- en. Special price until sold I CAPE from heavy goat skins, tan color' only; also 10 dozen White Kid with Mack hacks Special Saturday Finest Hosiery From Germany Hosiery will advance 50 per cent, .heforo Spring, as the1 Germans supply Canada with over one million dollars worth. This supply Is cut off. We have a supply, for- tunately: LISLE all you need; it will be ftn the last chance to get them. 3 pairs for.. I SILK BOOT white or tan. Stock up now. Worth ?1.00 a pair. Saturday CASHMERE fashioned Llama wool, Saturday special, pair................. bww Silke From France tee While all SHHs are not rondo in France, they are all dyed1 in Lyons, France, liighi. now you cannot buy a j'ard of Bkpt Messaline or Pailetto Silk. Imagine what it will be In a re-.r more. COLORED 31; inches wldo, a splen. did color range, also black. Special Per Yard ROMAN STRIPE and' Plaid Trimming very scarce, two dualities, "51.50 PONGEE wide, 600. On sale at Per Yard Frencli Velvets Dress Goods Again the absence of dyers in France play havoc with the Dry Goods colors in Velvets or Dress Goods. Britain will help a little, but these foods will advance to double their FINISHED by the world's best dyer. All shades. Very wide. On" DRESS GOODS consisting of and fancy weaves, on sale Saturday.......... Slllt and Wool fine Cord Dress Material. Dainty" evening shades 4 EW I w Mrs. IT. Young, of Calgarv, is tho guest of Mrs. Jfimvy Peal. "Miss Lina Evcrall, of Toronto, is visiting her brother, CI. Overall.' Mrs. K. W. Luckhardt and fion, of Island, are ginvUs with Mrs, 'G. Fleming, Slrathcona Court, Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Tims and.little daughter, of Calgary, are guests at tho Alexandra Hotel, t a. Mrs, G. R. Tinning and Mrs. A. n. Stafford will Ite hostesses at the Country Club tomoncw. Mrs. C, leader, of Medicine Hat, is spending a days with Mrs. U. A. Smith. Mr. Leader is ex- pected for the week-end. The Saturday afternoon tennis teas 'have been tfiscontinuucd, so that no more will be held this year. Added knowledge will harm no man. Don't afraid of. learning. Make each day a banner day, remembering j the words of David IImum "Them j as gets." Wesley church ladies meet at 2.30 on Monday to sew for i-hc i gians, and they ask all interested to come and help. Donations for the cause will also he received. A quiet wL'tlding'was solemnized at Wesley parsonage on Wednesday, Sep- by the KPV. o. H. Cob- j lilcdiek, when Miss Nettie Sorettu, 1 Manuel, of Knowlesville, N. B., be- {came the bride of Mr. John Rupert Buhner, of Iron Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Hulmcr will reside at Iron Springs. How The War Will Affect Your Winter Coat The finer cloths for Winter Cloaks are imported from Germany and England. Supplies are not cut off from th'ete sources. The cloths now, in-stock cann.ot be duplicated by the manufacturers of coats and auits. good olo'ths naturally, go first. 'Make an early choice Smart Spprt Coats Just the Ciiat for thai-big girl or for jour Beit; a handy all rourij garment f Special tomorrow., Stagger Coats with "Raglan SleoveS and cliae fitting collars, loose flowing skirts tweeds, zebelines and other serviceable cloUis. Special SaLurclay Military Cape Coats Cape Coats will bo all the rage before ler seta In. The war has created the tary effects. A dozen Cape Coats at ?2B, ?20 and Si 8.00 Smart (pits The largest range of'Girls' Cfiats eVjsr shown t in thief cltv all moderately priced ffiO As hfeh as ft and aV low For The Kiddies Coats that will fit the Kiddies, 2 to 5 year sizes. No matter what you want we should have it. 50 Coats to chuoso from 4JO Price starts it W Coats For The Boys Oyercbata for boya up to 10 with cloth hats to mutch CA ft ft See tie wmdoyrduplay Prom Special Order Coats-Delivery Ten Days have made arrangements with theMRR'InlTrZERS" of the biggest fac- tories in the business, to make coati to spccial'measurcment.'- Cloths and styles now on In oL'r CLOAK ROOM. Other Lines that will be Hard To Get Later On y'wear Bargains LADIES' VESTS or Drawers medium weight for Fall wear, Saturday C6MBINATIONS Liglit weight all short sleevo, knee length 7Si Saturday I I W UNDERSKlRTSfellade from English Sateen, ail coiora im ngmable 9K I CORSET -COVERS; Jersey knit, nigh neck, long sleeve, white, special Buy Smallwares German made "Dome Hooks and Eyas, etc, and other small wares, will be lOc a Card Buy now Crochet'Cotton C_ D. M. 3 skeins for" C. 10c Baldwin Bee: Hive Yarns Per skein 15c Two" .Silvered Tliim- hles in 'ho.v for a pair SteeKKnitting Need les a set 4 fl_ for.. IOC English Jerseys For and Girls up to 12 years, St. Margaret, 'fine Jer- sey 4 shades ftn Price 1 .UU BOYS' the boys swagger styles in cloths, all MJ AA hest hose ,4miiorted from England, Dla knee fine all wool rll cashmere j% to 10 from 35c to BOYS' SWEATERS 4- Tfic largest slock in the "city for boys of all sizes, price starts at 91 RYLANDS CO. VTRHE BUSY STORE i %S -h ft_______l__j___________- Eighty Head of Demount Horses Brought Eighty head of the finent product of of'Southern, Alberta, in tho forth ,61 jo, so flesh, left tho city thlf biernlng Jor transport to the bat- Europe to serve on tlio end cavalry of the British lirray, Ono of beit day's buying since Col Hnssell and Capt Jolliffe came yesterday, and remount officers mre won satisfied with theli second and probably their last visit The average price paid for the ariimtls, according to tyty Knight, who did the buying, was from f 100 to per head. This ntWBi ttat from 18000 to fld.SOO was mid fcrmcrs and stockmen In Ule louth yesterday by the Imperial Eoyernmont The (horses were oertsllen at> last light, nd driven to .the'yards'and iMded for transit eitrlr thli morning Mr Knight, C 1ST Card and Cooper of Raymond Accident it Numbtr I John Parmiruk, a miner at No. 6 of the Gait Collieries, ww the victim of a.Beyero accident this morn- ing, when a cu eicaped and ran hiiji down. Tho city ambulance was: call: ed to the sceno and moved to the Oalt hospital, ,Hte Injur- ies consist of (rtctiiro of right leg and contusions of the hip. H it expected that he 4M rteover. Phone 515 15o 30c 55c II aoc 15d PURE FLOUR, per (ilsg. BUCKWHEAT'" FLOUR, per p'fjg. PURE SYRUP, plnfjars PURE MAPLE-1-.w. SYRUP, quart jars. ROBIN CEREAL Per package CREAM OF WHEAT Per package- V. SHREDDED WHEAT '2 packages bwC CORN FLAKESV 3 packages C3C ROBIN HOOD' PREMIUM OATS _'; Per package .QUAKER OATS. Per package SRAPE NUTS Per "package PUFFED WHEAT 2 packages PUFFED RICE Per package PEACHES CJ..1fl Per case m I-U PRUNES JBft- Large cases unuC CRAB 'jj'd f APPLES, j.; WVslthy, PEARS C9 9C Large boxes 'ylSn'jOf ORANGES Per dozen, 25c and.. DUG BANANAS Per dozen GREEN TOMATOES Per pound CRAPES, CONCORD Per box TOMATOES 3 tins CORN 2 tins............... BEANS 2 tins PEAS 2 tins PEAS, FRENCH, 15c and BLUF. LABEL CATSUP 3 BOTTLES for DEL MONTE CATSUP 3 BOTTLES for GOOD DAIRY BUT- TER, 2 pounds for. OwC SPECIAL NO. negumr a3c Saturday, pound COFFEE, SPECIAL NO. 2; Rogular 45c Saturday, pound SANITARY FLY CATCHERS Regular 3 for 10c; 4 n Special price e for.. I UV 1 Dominion Block 4th Avenue 40c 40c 25c 25c 25c 20c 30c 85c 25c 70c THs Store is Keyed up For Best Service Fresh Each Day-Read! Big Values in Groceries buys a sack of B.C. Sugar with every grocery order Hudson's 'Bay of Quality" Flour and "Eggo" Baking go hand in hand. Just as "Sea! of Quality" on' a bag of flour represents the highest grade of' flour produced, so does the name "Eggo" on n package "of Baking Powder represent the best Bak- ing Powder' possible to procure. You will get tHe same good results with "Eggo" that you have had in' tho pact with "Seal of Quality" Flour. Our prices on Flour thjs week end are as follows: 98-lb sack 49-lb sack...........S1.85 24-ft) sack.............95C Wfth every sack of Flour we will give one 6-ounce can of "Eggo" FREE. Fets Naptha Soap, 10 bars.. Mack No Rub Laundry Assorted Jelly powders, 4 for Swift's Back Bacon, by taking' piece Per pound ------faWw Equal Egg, small tin, equal to doz eggs Large tin equal to 6 doz. eggs Hyssop Crab APP'" IW Fancy Crab Ap- pies, 5 Tbs for Great variety of Apples all selling 4 case I BWW' 3 Ib3 40c Hudson 1 Bay Tea I WITH EVERY ORDER OF GROCERIES, OD CA.N GET A 20 II) OF fl> 4 B n SUGAR FOK......... .pl.WU Foot Toggery Specials tADIES' OUN1IKTA1, BOOTS, BUTTON STYLE, SIZES 3 TO flj 4 flQ REGULAR ?3.50 GIBLS' VICI- KID BUTTON BOOTS WITH PATBNT TIPS, SIZES REGULAR MEN'S TAN BLUCHER AND BUTTON BOOTS. GREAT RANGE STYLJSS ALL SIZES, MEN'S AMERICAN ELK BOOTS IN BUACK AND TAN, IDEAL OUT-OF-DOOR BOOT, REGULAR For Boys and Men MEN'S TWBKD PANTS IN AM, SIZES, HANDSOME DARK DESIGNS, RE- Cf QQ GULAR UP TO 33.00 MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS, CAMHRIOS, PRINTS, DRESSED CUFFS, ALL SIZES. REG. BOYS' NEW FALL NORFOLK AND RUGBY STYLE fM QQ REGULAR HEAVY RIBBED HALF HOSE rOR.MEN, BLACK AND HEATHER MIX- 4" Aft TURBS, REGULAR 25o; 7 PAIRS .MEN'S STRIPED NIGHT SHIRTS, IMPORT. ED FLANNELETTE, GOOD. PAT- THRNS, ?1.2o FOR For the Home MATS RrCH (Ft'OC PILE, 27x54, J3.50 I .BO TAPESTRY STAIR CAE.PBT, .WIDE, ON" SALE AT ................DUG TUNGSTEN LAMPS 25 Watt 40 Watt CO Watt 40c 50c 60c TABLES AT 10e 15e 25e 50c Fancy Ontaiio Concoicl Grapes, 40C a Basket. >v Ready-to-Wear News THE ENTi.RE. BALANCE OF OUR STOCK OF. LADIES' WASH'WAISTS ta a remark- able clearance, sale. are high or low neck; or long sleeves Materials are Lawns, Needed Articles From .our Well Stocked Dry Goods Dept. Voiles and.VeStmga; up to J2.00. TO IIMTRODUCE OUR EXTENSIVE LINE OF FRONT LACE CORSETS we are offering 20% reductions tomorrow. Fine Coiitil with, elastic inserts in skirts; Regular p.BO to to Sale'.Price 52.00 to. HOUSE DRESSES FOR MISSES AND SMALL Gingham, Print and Duck. Plain colors and. pretty designs, sky, tan and navj, smart stjles, reg ?2 7o vwv SPECIAL LINE OF HEAVY FANCY'CLOAK- 54 inches regular Jl 75 qqality at per yard 22." VELVETS in all this season's newest irilAdes 50c values, one, I i 42C SPECIAL VALUE IN WHITE AND FANCY STRJPED FLANNELETTES, 32' Bsgular lac "THE LILY" BRAND LADIES' m tan and brown, superior skin Fer pair LADIES' PERFECT FITTING VESTS AND sizes, 50c Hues To clear at SEE THE TABLES OF DRY .__ AND FANCY'GOODS AT 4 B -and.........................J9C 39c A iasMonable' wedding" was solem- nized at the Hillhurst Presbyterian churoh, Calgary, of Miss Jaan Nich olson, daughter of-John Nicholson to Have you learn- ed the secret? of saving money on meats. Watch for Delanys Satur- day night's spec-' ials in Saturday's Herald. Mr: Charles Crossneld; The bride dressed in duchess satin j draped with a beautiful Parisian rote with court train, she aisq wore a veil and orange blossoms, and carried a beautiful, large and handsome bou- quet' of roaes and, sweet peas. Her going away suit was of brown velvet anil hat. to mateh. After, the reception at her father's residence, 932 3rd Av- enue, Sunnyside, Calgary Mr and Mrs MacKay left for their home in Crosslield where there was a large reception awaiting them. The bride's presents, which were numer- ous and handsome, numbered over one hundred, including cut glass and silver The voung couple had arrang- ed for a three -trip abroad, which had to be postponed in the .meantime, owing to unforseen circum- stances. Mrs. G. A. Wilson's-, handsome '.bun- galow home on Eleventh street was thronged witb guests yesterday dur- ing the late afternoon, when the voung hostess was formally at home for tho first time since coming to Lethbridge. The in ing room was exceedingly pretty with palms, ferns and quanti- ties of varicolored Here the hostess received -.weariag a> becom- ing coswme ot wisteria silk eolienne with lace accessories Mrs R T Brjmnsr, wiio assisted in reomving, handsomely gownoa( it olive green velvet en testae with' of gohtiand bat 'Mrs David Donald, who' invited to the .tea Bearing a pretty of brocaded, pink silk with f taoe >f1ur accessories and frrown silk Ths dining table was eHectivclj pretty wiiJi its cluny lace centre, on wbicji tMted a cut glasi vaie holding a profusion of golden chryesnrtlMn mums, while trailing smilai complet- ed the decorative "scheme. Mrs A R McGuire poured tea, gonned in a pretty creation of pal- est green crepe de chene and black hat with white irutgs Mrs A M Grjgg .out the ices and wore a smart toilette of purple char- meuse and grey bat with purple mount. dainties were served by Miss Dawson, in an elaborate gown of black taffeta and chifloa witi Aadow lace and black and white hat, and Miss Darassin Little Marguerite Hill, in a white frock embroidered in pink and pink ribbons, the many visitors Clubs and Societies Seventeen members1 attended St. Cyprian's W A yesterday afternoon and committees were arranged for the coming Much sewing was done end routine business The 'Women's Civic club .'held a splendidly attended meeting at Mrs J F Simpson's yesterday, when a great deal of newing.was accomplish- ed" Aiternoonnea was served bv the lioskBs, assisted by Miss.Maty Simp- son -i .Rally Day service will heH m Wesley Sunday sohool on Sunday next when a special rprpgram will ba givehjand, the> elites and books'given out for the niw term's work in graded courses This an opportunity! for new schol- ars to begin and any not oilier schools ate cordially. Invited. ;