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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta .'December TTTE LETIIliKMHiiE DAILY MILADI EDITED BY "INO" PHONES' To nil lllo loyal hearts who ions; To keep our Kngtish ijiiiulvo whole! To all our nolilo BOIIS, the atrong New Kiislnnd of the Southern role! To ISniilaml, under India's skies. To tlioso dark millions oi' her realm, To Canada, whom wo lovu and Whatever statesman holds tho holm, I lands all round! God tho traitor's hope'confound! To this great name of Unglatid drink, My friends, And all our glcrlous l-hnpiro round and round. A unique ami particularly happv itli'a was expressed in the place fav- ors, which were Imucl palul- iugs of tin; lirido-to-lje. Tliosn bidden were the' hostess, Medical AUeiidant Dr. C. C. Wadilell ami .1. W, Harris'. Hepresciifative to Grand Council II. Mociiford, 0. llrown. The Chosen. Friends wfll hold (he! next regular dance on Thursday ev- ening, the proceeds of which will be devoted to the children's Christinas. The ladies of St. Mary's church' are to he congratulated on tile splen- did returns from their and Page TURDAY SPECIALS i IIO.M: [Muticn wciu- me Hostess, IMJIII LIICM: ami .Mrs. C. F. P. Conybeare, Miss IClaiue supper, which were held yesterday, t'ouybearc, Jliss iligiilbotllam, Miss: beinR realized. Kogcrs, Miss Ann Patterson, Miss t- I'ophftnt gavi! a shor Freeman, Jliss nixoii, Miss Miss Jliss Ncaln and Miss Mrs. U. Hrandovv's home on .......jrt address n[ welcome, alter which Mrs. i F. W. Downer olllcially declared the I bazaar open and iu a lew' words' wished hulics every success In1 their undertaking. Mrs. Downer was then presented with a Tenth ,lmt Kterally uTroDffd i with visitors during the rceeivinB news Miss Mildred Mason leaves on Mini- dny on an extended visit with rein- season. I lives In Nebraska. j i-dunias and cut geraniums lent, J liretty touch of brightness to tire rlie event of the evening socially' drawing room. is the tennis ib.nce, which will be, Mrs. lirandow was assisted by Mrs held in the hall. i A. Hamilton and Mrs. lU'dmond. Our Store is full of Seasonable Merchandise, and the Special Prices on for Saturday are away below usual prices. Each Department is doing Us utmost in providing for your needs. This is a splendid opportunity to secure Christmas Gifts Sale of Men's Suits at Bargains in Ladies' Waists Miss 'Audrey Neale couple of weeks w Orandon. Dr. A. M. Latterly returned night from an extended trip to east. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The members of (he Oxford Ku- Plain .Sewing-Mrs. C. .Matliews and Mrs. Stevenson. Pantry Mrs. licllior and Mrs. rord. Tea .lockson 1'opham, Mrs. Waslibrook ami Mitchell. Hough and Mrs. Mrs.: Mrs. last dire club are. reminded that the meet-! liams. ing this livening is with Mrs. Ilur- Tulip Washbrook: the Hard, 307 .Seventh Avo., S. where they will spend Christmas holi-1 days, afterwards proceeding to Cali-' fornia for the winter. They will re- .turn to Lethbddge iii the spring.' "'e vnMmt The Flower Guild have decided to the whole" underHldnK KIVC a prize of a live-dollar gold j The ladies wish to cordially piece to the child, who sells the high- all who in any wav helped to m i Miss Gow. of Fergus, Out, has ar- of tickets over thirty for the bazaar such a' the progressive euchre, which will be eclipsing as it oil I Imlrf I." r, _.. rlved ill the city, and will spend I l Progressive euchre, w Mine here in the 1C. of P. hall M-lcc. 27th. A will also be given to ords along such lines. atr. Jack Eddy has returned from an extended visit iu Toronto, Mon- treal, and other eastern points. Ill 'the Edmonton Daily Bulletin's mention of those, who enjoyed the pretty strains of the Eternal Waltz at tho theatre on Wednesday evening, appears the name of Mr. Gillies One of the smartest. tunUtions of the week took the form of a lunch- eon today, which claimed Mrs. w. S. Galbraith as' hostess 'and' Miss Ulaine Conybeare. lirldo-elecl, as hon- or guest. The luncheon.board was a gem of artistic beauty with its immense shower of pink Killaniey roses in a brown basket resting in' a dainty Jover's knot uf pink tulle -wreathed in. sniilax, white petite baskets of white hyacinths and ferns were plac- ed at the corners. The S.0.1C. are holding another of sin, at tho Herald ollice. The Chosen Friends tbcir re- gular meeting iu the S.O.E. hall las evening. The main business of th meeting was the election of officer: for the ensuing year, which resultci as follows Past C. Brown. Chief C. Mockiord. Vice A. Harvey. J. Collins. E. Fairburst. Anderson. Harris. Ritchie. C-. Davidson. Berg. Trustees J. w., ffaddell, Brown and H. C. Mockford. about and mow )k Key. A. C. Watson will address the Wesley Epwortb League on Monday evening next. A special library pro- gramme suitable to tho Cbr'istmastide season lias been arranged. All young j people cordially invited. EXPECTED RAILWAY COMMIS- SION WILL SANCTION LEVEL CROSSING FOR YEAR MORE up any dietetic treatise, or askyour own doctor. When yoi you "will drink and less Coffee. i Hie Walter M. Lownoy Co. of Canada, Ltd., Monlreal People living iu Xorth Lethbrldge lave one subject of conversation hese (lays, and that is the Thirteenth treet crossing. There is only one they -want in this connection, 'hey do not want, to see the' strg ars diverted over the ridge.. They realize that thp lev rossing is dangerous. They wou. satisfied with a su-bway jo tak the place of- ihe level crossing. However, present appearances a: that tho level crossing will bo mai.. tained for another year, at least. Tim Is the opinion held by several of th city department heads. They believ that tho Commission ivill decide t graiu an extension of the temporal order for another year, and by tha jilme the C. r. will, in all prota biiity, have made some move to-wan constructing Ihfir new freipbj shed and yards at Hie i-wner of Thiricenu street and First avenue Xorth. Thci the necessity of subway will h more clearly demonstrated, aad the commission will order ii with little hesitation. Before leaving the city ihe Railway Commission tho city engineer and the city solicitor ro prepare and mail them further iufi.vniation on tbe subject. In this tetter (ho clly 'will point out very strongly tbat, When tbe temporary ardi'r was given by. the laic Chairman llauor-. ho made H very lilaiu that an extension of ihe order could be applied for, if no other ar- rangements were made before tiic es piry of the year. LADIES' SILK BLOUSES In not and and chiffon; beautiful colors; reg- ular up to 57.50. SATURDAY Ladies' Coats LADIES' CLOTH kinds values up to 120.00; Of" SATURDAY Children's Coats CHILDREN'S COATS, large assort- ment; values up to ?D.50 CO'fiC SATURDAY FOR___ 9b.iJ9 Overalls, Garters, etc. ODD LINES OF WOOLLEN GOODS, such as Overalls, Gaiters, etc. values up to 75c each. SATURDAY China for Gifts EAUTIFUL PIECES OF CHINA FOR GIFTS offered at less than cost price; Saturday at 25c. and..........-......... OUC Art Cretonnes ART beautiful coloring. Regular value 4 Ol- 2o cents yard; Saturday, per yard (CaG BEAUT MEN'S TWEED AND WORSTED -SUITS well made and finished; mado In -the latest models. Sizes 34 to 40; Regular up to Saturday C1 1 QC Special................., Men's Pants MEN'S TWEED AND WORSTED PANTS Sizes 33 to 42; Regular up to CO ?3.60; Saturday.'............ Union Suits MEN'S NATURAL WOOL w'nier weight Union Suits; 34 to 44; Regular value 52.75. Saturday Mg Special 9vBBKW Natural Underwear MEN'S NATURAL WOOL Winter weight, ribbed, 34 to 4-1. Reg- ular price 52.50 per'sult. QC Saturday, per suit...........91 WV Men's 1-2 Hose MEN'S WINTER HALF wool Hegular Hoc per pair. Saturday 4 Five pairs 9 Table Linen Bargains 300 PURE IRISH LINEN TABLE CLOTHS, selling at practically 1-2 iheir real value; some are a little over-bleaclied hud a fcnv have slight imperfections. Take advantage of this offer.. ff a SALE GOODS CANNOT BE EXCHANGED Slipper Sale CHILDREN'S PLAID SLIPPERS, leather and felt soles All sizes, 7 to 2. Regular 75 Saturday, per 90C CHILDREN'S ALL FELT NAVY SLIPPERS, with instep strap. Sizes 4, 5. and 6. Regular 50c. Saturday, for.............'.................. 33 C Sizes 7. S, 8, 10, for............................4UC Sizes 11, 12, 13; 1 and 2, 1'or............. 45C WOMEN'S BOUDOIR SLIPPERS, in blue red and black. Regular CM I Saturday for................... MEN'S CHECK FELT SLIPPERS-'liesuiar'Joe; Saturday for MEN'S SLIPPER BOOTS, fancy plaids, buckle fasteners, value .51.50; Study Economy in the Grocery Dept. 2 dozen Efffs, for 76c. 2 Ib. Lombards Plume, per tin loe. 2 Ib. Peaches, per tin............20e 2 Ib, .Strawberries, per tia.....260. Mixed Candies, per Ib........4. 26c B. C, Apples, 6 Ibs for..........25c. 1 Ib. Jar of Smith's Jain, per lar. 2oc. SALE GOODS FOR CASH ONLl A PEACE ENVOY s Bay Stores OFFICIAL NOTICE NEXT WEEK. AFTER WHICH BILL MUST BE SENT IN LARGE PERSONAL DAMAGE VEKDICT MINNEAPOLIS STREET RAILWAY COMPANY MUST PAY DAMAGES Interest in the IIL-'.V city charter is abating because the excitement.................................uiiuj ai if the elaclions is over. Instead, the j firmed by tile state supreme court in be city arc! I be case of Hhihcly, et al., Minneapolis, Minn., Dec. largest personal injury verdict, ap- proximately ever handed down iu Minnesota, was today af- he and Kive that body tlie enefit of Ihei.- dolil'eratious on the uestioiis yet unsenk'tl. At tbe of the Hoard of 'rude last, nishi, A- Stafford, .1. kelson and .1. H. Turuoy were a; oiT.ted a .committee- to itb the purpose HELD 24 HOUK PROTEST MEETIN'G SPEAKERS HARANGUE STREET CROWDS IN OPPOSITION TO CAPITAL PUNISHMENT -San Francisco, Dec. jammed a dowuio'wn street intersec tion here until a late hour last night )t the 2-1-hour meeting of the Call ornla Anti-Capital Punishment leagn The speakers began their addresses six o'clock last night, and will con- iniio until six- o'clock tonight. About ifty persons, men and women, wer oi-ganiziUions in 11 airing ihcir on tlio proposed Minneapolis Street lianges, and are prcpjrod to wait on] ivinl- n i H'lnt D- mi'l Langiiou as guardians of licitlla S lon Programme. niakclv, wife' of F. u. I The campaiKn was planned as a pro- j test against hanging .Manuel iiomlieln. hrought sun. against the company (or lo ,lave ,lallged at gan when a ished the closed carriage collaborate j they were riding -it Nirollrt. ant! Quciltiu prison today. When Governor Johnson reprieved Bomhela on Wednesday, representa- iie league said the meeting .issocinUcin; Franiilin avenues, 20, lUOfi.jtivus of (l INSWIEOFfli FOUR MEN HANGED FOR FIVE TRAPS DID WORK UNLESS THERE IE PEACE WITH HONOR. TURKEY WILL RE. SUME FIGHT THIW MFHTTEK A DEEP MYSTKRY Fleshertra. Out., Dec. stranger wlio was arrested at Oundalk last ilifihl, was brought bere till Havis, Iiec. ''If the allies doi not perniit a peace which is IK not- able for TurK-ey, hostilities will be resumed immeaintely." This was! one of th? declarations made bv I Kechaii Pasha, one of ihe Ottoman! plenipotentiaries, m an interview d.iy with a correspondent of the Temps, as he visited through Paris uti his way London. licrlmd I'.isha added Turk isb was daily increasing in nun. There, j.iv n.nv. he lii-darnl w.-il armrd. well ip.i brallliv T tc-au; i..i ai r a IKJ contained the (lai'.elto published next -week. Within ir.'o (his uoiifn ap- IJcars, it tiir.t a copy ol the proijoced i'iii be in tho bauds of tin- pr.ip'T at Ed- monton. It with only t'vvo V.-LV-II.--. Iu to the charter shaiio, tbrre have to iK meet- ings of the It is thought mc-ning. 'lie still "refiise'il likely thai a s-.pectal comuiltiee, coin- lmmo and bo m posed of a in the f.lrthci. mvtsugations of the mt'rder together with rom-cseuiatives tVcm Mrs. Hcnl.y ,vnoBe dead Board Trads and the was found beneath her home at Ceylon Men's wi.l oe asked to act j village, yesterday. Her husband says sprml wliifh '-''HI I that v-hile ho was unioadii.ij coal from a car he also saw a strange man run- uittf; across field. I i The autopsy will piii-formcd j afternoon. Tho mj-siery 'siirrniiiiiling ninrder derpens wlih overy hour.U- of speakers. Tbo addresses nre he- delivered iu half-hour relays. REVIVED LATYMER BARONY London, Dec. George to day revived the barony of Latymcr :'or Mr. Francis Bnrdett Coutts, the poet and banker, nephew of tho latfl Baroness. .He will be known as Lorci Latymor. He is sixty years of age, ind has just completed a volume on and other poems. Salem, Oregon, Doc, Mr-Todaji i8 "Bloody Friday" in Fotflve murders as shocking asunj in the aiflials of crime, four men were vfithinij to. cterriitiy through two traps in a scaffold at the BtatopeniT :eutiary before noon. Col. B. Klawson, warden and su- perintendent, released one spring and i guard another. The same cpntriv- nce, operated by ono of the springs )iily, released both traps, but both riggers were pulled simultaneously o ease the conscience of the -warden ud his assistant, neither knowing spring did the work. Thus passed out Mike Morgan, slay- r of John Yerke Frank Garrison killed Roy Perkins Noble Ful- der, who in an insane trenzy caused by drink, killed Lewis Gilbert, and H. E. Roberts, convicted of the double murder of Donald Stewart and George Hastinsts. WON'T LOOK AT GREEKS Coustintiuoplo, Dec. Turkish delegates to tho peace conference In London havo been instructed by Ihn Ouo- man govc-rnnu-nl. 10 decline lo j meei ihe lirecl-- deleBales itnlll j the annis- What Mrs. S. Says "Words are useless to express (ho wonderful magic of White Swan Yeast Broad? Why we have never had such luxury on our table before." Sold in packages of B cakes for 5c. Free sam- ple sent by White Swan Spices Cer- Toronto, Ont H In our WOMAN'S EXCHANGE' we have dainty hand-made Grett- ins Cards, that are "different" from an Arts and Crafts Work- er. Artistic Sepia of the Mountains, from Banff, Are you interested? The Brown Betty Tea Room Room 4, Macdonald Block ;