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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1913 THE LETHBBJDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Our Annual Pre Inventory Sale .Begins To-morrow Morning at Nine 0-Clock And offers for the next four days your unre- stricted choice of this splendid stock; of staple and winter merchandise At 20 per cent less than regular selling values and m addition to this, scores .of extra special sale lots will be displayed on counters and jf fip- tables at prices allowing savings one-third to one-naif actual values, all of which, by reason of their suitability to present needs, present beyond a doubt the biggest saving propositions ever offered'by "'this store in this or any previous season IT'S THE PREMIER BARGAIN EVENT OF THE ENTIRE YEAR and tfie phenomenally low prices on every line of merchandise are based, riot on actual worth, but on what they will readily bripg for quick anc) decisive clearance We take stock the latter part of stocks throughout must be... reduced to the lowest possible inmimum. by that date. Everything reduced.' Nothing reserved You Save 2Q per cent, on Everything You Buy ft REPRESENTS THIS DISTRICT ON THE. U.M.W. OF VOTE ANNOUNCED Official returns furnished by the tellers in the annual election qf cere for District No. 18, UJI.W. ot'A., sboTr'tbat A. J. Carter was returned as secretary, as reported in the Her- ald eoyeral days ago. -James Burke at Frank as.district board.mem' ber. for District No. J.'ihe Ing Haysoni, who .Mr. Burko on the board. James LarEen, of No. G, was re-elected district board member foe the Lethbridse-digtrlel. Tbo personnel of tlio Ixmd for 19H rill 1'resldeaf, J. H. Smllh,; vice- president, Viilliam Qraham, Colerqati; secretary-treasurer.-- J. Carter, Ferule; International board member, David -board mombera, .district No. Phil- lips, district -N'o. W. dis- trict No. 3, James Larsen, district N'o. i, T. Nollea. Tlio official count for tlio secrelary- treasur'ersWp was: A. J. D. H. HyBlop, 1192; T. France, 1510. In the Le'tfibridge district J. liarseh over A; -McRoberts'oC -Taber by votM. CALLED 10 By taking the two most important steps Lit his life in one week, R. H. LL.B., established a record last week that "nil! require sump liv- ing up to. Besides taking ut'to him- self a .wife, he.Tvas.alEo sworn in. as a member of the bar ot Alberta, and is full-fledged barrister Tho. latter ceremony happened the afternoon before Chrlslnia's, when Sir Justice Stuart held a specjol sitting in the court house at Calgary for. the purpoee of-granting Mr. Davidson ad- mission as a'practicing member of the bar. He was introduced tor'.H: Gtlchrist, of the- firm of Aitken. Gilchrist fc plliourke, Calgary, an old EChooloate of.Mr. Davidson's, and re- ceived-by. Mr. Justice Stuart, with words ol encouargement and.congrat- ulation! Mr. Davidson .will practice in-LethbrMge. MANUFACTURING PLANT DESTROYED BV FIRS Milwaukee, Dec.' plact.of the Wilier Fanufacturing Co. was'destroyed by'iire here luls'mc-rn- in'g with a loss of SiTo.OOO.1 The orlj- in Is unknown. The fire gutted 8 fiver storey .'biilidlng and. occu; i hotel to tne i streets iri ttiel.r nlghtcfothee. A eight I watchman is believed to have perlsh- f .Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 L TOMPKlSs Wesley par'sohage waa'the'scer.e1 of FIREMAN ;IS DEAD' .Deo. C, P, R. rir.enian S; A. McDonald dltd in the hospital a. result ot -injuries in the cab 6f an en- gine hauling- iratn N'o. 301 'westbound from here '.this morning. As bis 'eiir. Elno piss'ed auothor moving (rain .it Kufua, _th'e first slUjrig west of here, ho the k-ft breast mikn'o'wi- object, thought to be a coal frorh.the tender of passing engine. lie sustained a liired wound, csien'deil to a great, rlepth, "IMDRU-CO DYSPEPSIA TABLETS'. Thtrt lionly lumbert of fnthr.siajlfc IctUrt that M praising Dysptpsia Ttljlrtj, ind thit is lhal tlicsc laWcls cure any Vied of rtcciAcli trouble, litre in i -ijrj.ifaJ letter from 1-lllU AfrnST-'oitltT, Clnso, K.S. Itijuilh plczsxire I .write to faform you that ?wf -Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia TibleU faave pTOTed-Of great value to me. I tried remedy but vrilhout (07 listing good. Hlungheard of jour (tblets curing ;u'h ettis u mine I decided togrtc llic-in They satislactorj in my The rert BiVabjc success of Dyspepsia Tablets such soccfM u ctn only coine. to an honest compooTidetl good formula, from pore IngrC' dients, by expert cheniisti. T( you are troubled Tiltli ydilr tloniictr- Jnrt isk DruEglat about Na-Drii.Co riyspepcta Tablrfs, compounded by thfl Nattoiwl Clicniicil Co. nl Canaiu, limited, and told Ibe Dewaioti 500. boi, 1 -WIFE OF FORMER VICE-PRESIDENT DEAD BlcominEton, 111., Dec. .Adlil wile oMornier Vlco- 1 Pi-e'sident Stevenson, died early Triure- "day night. -She hod for sev- eral month's." Mrs. Stevenson 70 years :pld and Is survived by' her bus- bind" and'three children'. She ..was elected president-general of the Ua'ugh- jtcriii of tfie.Ainorkafi Revolution four times and: published a history of that organization. FASTER SERVICE.TO EDMONTON '.Calgary, Dec. atcrThcv.C. P- R- fa considering .pre'serit: time, an entirely'noKiwid'fist Calgary and be inaugur- ated nest will mean that tho traveler will he able to go to Ed- hls.'buslnjEs, and come jback the tame day. At the nrcient time It Ukes about twfn hours'for a train to reach Edmonton from Calgary. This time cut. down lo five hours; and 'a through train Introduced. HONORED VETERAN PUBLISHER .Jjpndon, floe. lot the British and Foreign Press ga- thered today at Hnll yarn, the coun- try'hotno'cf Burntram, the' 'grand old tlie British proas, to pre sent hfm with an ad'dresa ori the on casfon of his eightieth .birthday to- morrow.- JI8.61II1 We In Ms-control V'the graph. f J The address slgi nt-t only by the leading Kngllsh ne but also by representatives' of tho American, European, AustriUcn' South African and Kiti Inritfri the day is What reveries invade'the-Eoul when the day -Is done! V For light Is fading, -and. the. night comes on, And In the darkness 1 may not' com- The latk-1 have begun; And io-I rest, and dream, and patient ly await Anotlier day to come.. When, day is dono. In the pure soul, although' it sing or pray, The OnrJst Is born anew from day to day.-l The life that inoveth Him shall hide- apart, And keep eternal "Christmas '1'j the heart. Stuart thelpa Hosteates tomorrow: Mrs. E. A. Shamans >fre. Adams, wlo has been STlieet of-lier sister, Mrs.-H. .1. returned on.Saturday to Minneapolis. Jlies Lillian Gilmors. ot -WHnnlptg, Is vleltlng with her brother, Mr. John Ollinore, for a few days. Rev. C. Grant, of St. Paul's First Lutheran preacb'In War- ner on New Year's Day. Mrs. SI. K. Kaake, lias received tfie sad news of Iho death of Mr. 0.-W. Echlln, of London, T MM.' Dunswprth, 1318 Third Avenue North, has Invited the Ladles.' ,Ald of the Christian church to her horns on afternoon. i> Mrs. Murrell-Wrlght received Uie news on Saturday of her her homo In Miss Dtlena Day, of Medicine'-Hit, IB tbe gueat of Miss Laurji daughter Df Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Smith. Duncombc and Ml-s. Mellls Dun'combfl, who havo been with Mrs. Andrew Tllley since their return from Blairracre, where they spent lie aum- mer, left this morning, for-Toronto and Delhi, where they wlli spend the winter. t Miss Ollmore. of Wlr.nlpeg. sang mOFt Icaullfulln at Wesley church last night She -will appear on program this evening at the farewell concert, to given after tho supper which will be served from six (o night, .H Tho friends of Mrs. TV. H..HoU will regret to learn (he his ferlpf from a severely iprafritd ankle ths past two' Treeh.s 1i..not yet able to put Iier foot to the ground. A iVovcry li for. The mBrriago, Is1 announced Aviido. Green, eidest'daughter of Mrs. A. RastfiueEen, and one ot riost 5iop'ular: social Hsjter-USatheien'A of the R.- N. W. M. R.but now of B.C.; the only eon of. Sir. ajid -jira. Mathos. sen, ot Montreal. Jha event vrliLbe observed very, quietly at Magrattf on" New Vear's Dty! After Christmas Sale of Fine Quality i j Hudson's Bay Furs For This Week TUB RKDL'CTIOXS iliruuglinni Stock, in the quo-, lutions, would he regarded ;is inducement enough at tin- very, end of winter, lo buy for the following iniil-wasyn their iinnnrliiitce is still inori; pro-' nounccri. The unequalled quality the furs and tile range of selection arc other eonsidcrnUons enhancing Ihe worth of these greal reduction offerings. to Mr. Lester Samuel McGlenn, Montana. Mr. and .Mrs.'1 McGIcnn' will reside at Choteau, .Montana. A., quiet wedding was celebrated at Kr.ox ManBC on December '22nd, when 3Itn'Jessie Mary stbnely, ot tills city formerly of Channel Islandui tdcamo the bride of Mr. Joseph Ajei- aqder the P..II. conductor. ;Mr. arid Mrsr MacMaster .wilt re- side, in the'.city. f- A very .was cele- brated at Wesley parsonage .at three p'rhck- on Saturday .afternoon, when Mnrgaret AnnEc, the second daughter of Mr..and .Mrs. J. Dririfmll, 'of. this city; was united in the holy bonds of matrimony to Mr. Wilson U'eitley Ifuntley. also of this city. Tbe "cereinony was perfomjtd by Iho nev. O. Wostey the bride looking yerv charmlrig In a dart brown travelling suit. Mr. nnd Mrs. Iltintley left for Van- where they will tpend their hp rjfjnipdTv.and .u biri. their, r.eidrn. home Jif'LcUibrMgg." I'olicnvinfi arc a few quotations. There are many more equally as good in the department. If you liavi1 any intention making a purchase, pay us u prices will he an agreeable surprise. Muskrat Coats Muskral Conls, full 50 inches licau- lifully matched and blended I'nrs, handsomely lin- ed throughout Cul willi storm notched collar. Regular ?85.00; special S67 50 Mink Marmot Coats Latest models in Mink Marmot Coals, full 50 inches long, well mulched furs, lined throughout, has storm notched collar. A very handsome coal. Regular Special........'..... _JJQ S110.00 Mink Sets, Throw mid .Muff, arc priced in this Braver Sei, Stole and Muff, is priced in Wolf Set is priced for this sale Natural Coon Sel, is priced for this sale River Mink Sef is priced for this sale -528.50 Muskrat-Set is priced for this sale 115.00 Blnck Scl is priced for this sale at Everything in sloct is iiicludcrl and remember, tlial every piece carriesMlic Hudson's Bay Gtuirajilee.of absolulely reliable quality.. Hudson's Bay Stores rew's cliurc'h hy the young people's society. The service wlli be follow- ed by a social half hour. i Tlie vestry of St. -.Mary's church will meet at eight o'clock on Friday evening in the parish hall, when all members are especially requested to be prerent. Commissiort is to -Meet on Saturday (Continued From Front Page) Commissioner Heid_ has already been sworn Clerk Hobin- On New Year's Eve at eight o'clock ol adroinis- sen-lce will be held In St. Paul's tcrcc] On Brc. 34. The question bas church. Tlie Christ- neen raised whether "or riot Mr. mas tree will-be re-lighted and tho had'the power to administer tatlor will ? official account the having hwn duly ap- the pastoral 'work of tho year and the pointed city clerk.: The question .will condition cf the various organizations. he tell to the city .solicitor-to" de- cide. Bt Mary's Sunday school scholars JUDGE WALSH'S AUV1CK will meet in the church n't five oc'tock M j that the lomorrow, when at er a short service. bc; in they will go to Unity hall, where; the. c S annual supper will be served. After sion alonei CIpcrilnent. lo bB supper games will be enjoyed, fol- vztehrt by other cititt and lo be lowed by tbe unloading of Hip Christ- it a 5llccess. in'' 'nn mas tree. Parents of thr are kirinly asited 'to send ba1 CLUBt ANS 10CIETIM LadleiVAId meeting 'and lie mldiji-eek'aefyico'pf Krioi cliiirclf-iirc cancelled for thlr-wcek, fyn ohgrch will meet at tevtn-thlrty LM? evening. .1 The Weatmlnsle'r dujw of knot c'nu'rchv will meet this ovenlng when Miss Dleseth will fake the topic, "Prayer." Watchnight sertlcs Si hsIJ ir. Westminster church on New Eyo connnenclng at A full prucllcci 6t the Ricelslor Vclc-' choir will be held it A, twiliht. t '-a ht.-KtTtci> .jrlij. (a 'itf 'gt." Al hs children, address given at the j-ublic swearing askelB. j in 0[ the Calgary-city fathers for the I year 1S14, on Friday. TWO KILLED IN COLLISION. Tlio of civic joyrrn i North Bay, Cnt, Dec. :A. rafnt ty city councils .-was. entirely Brpwn, ei'preRE raesseneer, nr.d J. It. he said. The idra heing tried Oblm, were hilled on Christmas higlit out in he-.thc solu- n a collision1 on tho C.P.H., nt Ridout, I ol Ihe question of an ideal civic- esiboand goveinment. Anyv'njr, the.theory vva: Ctrtter, between passenger train and a freight The inlns rnet head-on; Doth engines were, wrecked, iiadiy daoaged. tlie baggage car SHOT BV LITTLE BROTHER St John, N.B, Dec. fa- ther mother were in tho city mak- ing purchases, Percy, the len-year-oM lon-of Mr. and Jlrs. Thomas -Moore ffts.sbol and killed liy his.little.bro- ther won oftef icon yesterday, while nil tight. All that remained to be seen i[ it worked out properly in practice. were coming over the sys- tem ol municipal government by de- grees. The I.ethbriilge scheme, while jel an experiment, was one to. .be carefully watched. TURKISH GOVERNMENT'S DREADNOUGHT London, Dec. n.-Pasba, of tho Turktsii- navy, as comraander of Ih6 will-o'-'the-wJsp' Turkish cniieer Hamidafti, during the Kalkan 'war, ruadn him famous, fcrrii-. ed-in complete the purchase of tlie Brazilian dread- nought Rio do Janeiro, for the Turk-' Ish government. The vessel -is being fitter] out at Armslrpng'g nhipyards, the price to he raid neiny, it Is said, McGihbon, of Hrampion, has tulcd that municipalities cannot-tax the income oi Canadian Government- officials, whereas a days .ajsd Judge'Madden, decided olhcnvise. The Qukkett, v Cough Curt BOY PLAYS WITH GUN- COMPANION KtL'LED Thesealon, Dec. Two boys, playing --'hunUr- and Tho Thoa. Wardnl] and J. Boyd, Hvirj cblM iras- blank cart- near Tliewalon, were playing n a ncJLT ahotgun fix- face. The-concua- ilon drOTe bis teeth back Into his ".cod, him AT WETASKfWIH pec. flre of mys- terious origin tirojce out Jn the BUufh- ttrhenM of Ward A Thomas, north of city, Christmas aVe, irul building was dntroyed, with er when latter picked up a gun. ficddentalljr piercing Ward ell's body 'completely anfl altnoat fnstaally. Dec Hugh Keith, tho fireman Injured 'in the C. P. R. head-on lierfi SaUinlay morning died in thaWpftai on ealurday nlgU at 13.25. ]n flaft carcasfs." the about "and serious HMO, pertly covered by insurance. developments aro' expected, And Cheaply Xa.lo at Home, .Saves You This rcdfB makes IS cnougLi' lo tail, a famiiy a coulOn't buylaj'mucn'oT_ 83 good couxii syrup for J2.50, as'tt Is, it gives almost Instant relief ftnd usually tfie ir.ost natd co-Jgh in 21 hours.. This Is'ps'tlLr aue [o the fact that II !s the ap.etlfcAnd an exctl- effect. It Is children' like 11, .An ciccileht lop, for .wlicoplng cough, sort nga, flsUimai'throat ttoublCF, Mix Iwd cups of granulated sugar .with one cup of narm valcr anil atlr for two Put ZVt ounces of I'irex" (fitly ]n a ana the-SuBar. Syrup, U keeps peileclly. Ta'KB leatpvonful evtry two or Ihree hours. :.rine-Is best- Xnown rrmciltal inroat membMntF. -Plnex li the most .VRluAKe corr-pluml of JCorn-ay TriiHe. pine-'extract, nnil 13 tlcli In suhkol And all otbcr r.alunl h.ealfnp elen-.lnb'. Othet1 preparatlor.s not nork (n O -Tfie..prompt from this havt" endeared I! lo iKruirjinds of fclvcs In tho Lrr.llei) and Cana'cal txplfllns why Ih'e plan Im- llated ofleVvbut fiever sticcetsfuliy. A guaranty of or money rcfu'ntJerl. goes-wltii thfs recipe. Your has I'inejr, gel it for j-ou.. K nit. send r Toronto, Onl, ;