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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta NOT WALK She Was So Restored to Health byLydia E.Piak- ham's Vegetable Compound. THK l.DThBRIDGE DAILY HERALD lpjcnly OJ1 Ground and Sleighing Was In- paios so thit 1 could not sit in a ehiir or vail; tbtf floor and i I was In severe pain I the time. I felt I as I had dulged in S. 0. E.'S BIG TREAT NO ONE NAMED BY CALUMET JURY Cal-jmel. Mich.. Dec. open verdjct. inducting a finding that the Christmas panic which cost .lives In Italian hall was caused by ai> alarm of fire raised within the hall, was re- lumed tonight by the coroners jury, for thrte days, has teen hearing the evidence of.par- ticipants in ti'e disaster. Every allegation that enemiei ol the Western Federation of Min- er? responsible for starting tlie panic, cr in any way hindered the of rescue, was rejected by the six men in an unanimous conclusion. FRIDAY, JANUARY 191J -s M better. I Lycia E. PinVcb urn's Vcg- (Xoipounj ar.d COTT 1 am strong i and DAP.LLSG, j iJ.F.D. No. 2, Box 77, Pentwater, Uieb. Chiidren Found tl New Year Full of Fun and Happiness says: Pecria, had such I inlo in sofas that IcoaliJ hardly sUrJ 03 my 1 .'ihbiidzc is aoL-eim-a uith a ftfl- ftel like trying out lots of icTU'H wbu-h must luvc nude time think the. 1 "Afterlnsi taVfc 'v.-oid doesn't smiau noisy qiuugli VtfgtfthWtf Compound I began to [They itiort tfcau blew, They xade itn Uy backacfat was lesa ar.d 'tig noise in duvrddme with their last la my side went Jvukes.' It a reir.jr'adbU1 rhoriK away. I co.itiuied to Com- j ol En-Jail. Ttrre uece tenor wMstto pound an3 i-n cured. bass whistles and contrallc Vcn mar pcWiih tiis if yoa wish." nhisiTes and- alto] vliNties atci -tfcose CLARA L. GAUWITZ, K.R. No. 4, i fellows that slirieied must havr been Box 62, lit. li E. RnkhVm'a'vecttsKo Viozaa'i ills. doi't you trr it? "high soprini'S in liah'aa i was a regular halleluiah inorus of rejoicing. The year Ifll3 with its ;St.cce5srs and failures, realized amlji- Uf.a- and !iail goat jar.d emvboilr v-as out uita jhand to 19H. j UIut. will >rar forth hut. the best c! pood times _ i if the happineFa oi the people at the 'iiijctnishi hour an.rtbini. It was a time, for bubbling over loi- "anil the people iusl bubble Kid- [dies asleep were a-s-nkfasd TO hear C'aJsary. JI.D. privalft to a new Reno. Kevada, t-srain. conveys the that J year" fouading through ttfir little Waiter S. Lazier, a prauriuenL prop-. brains. I'p town ttfrc were nianv iht reitaur- botnea there cnr owner of this ciiy apd orstjnizer ihe sireels of a numier of wterprises. has siieJ m "r Beriha B. Larier. for divorce. I ln-ere littlp. galhrritijs brolc The Brounds upon -.-filch an annul- i "P W'.lh Pi- mem of tie marriaze is sought thai m 'ood of fits part ot Mrs. Lazier. _ IT WAS SNOWING Mr Ijirier is nell ID this..... tity, at one Jime a part- ner in the Canadian Kblatra (oainany. After severing his cofirpction Tvilh ijiis concern, Mr. I-azfer connecl- c.i tilth iho management o[ the Threa Hills Coal ac.-i Uevelopmeat and also T ith Uie C'alrarj- atirl terinere Jntenirban railway, I! is understood that Mrs. Ijiier spent -but ven- liiitc of the time tiat -Mr. Lazier been in Canary in her husband, vesterfay morning it to Veet a mil inches of the b.-amiful An! it no less rt- new nantrd to see that It vvhal the counU reedeJ.aud il was therrfore welrome. The pasture lands were becoming tirv and the -stock iiceded the moisture. The merchants had storifs of lubbers over storMngs and clter winter apparel ar.d it would mean a chance lo inai'e some sale, and eveu ifae fel- to her- in other clUes. I ,ows (ljat had no were glad. It was'so much like win- ter. Too niiicli summer btcomts mor.- ontonous. The haliday was quietly spent. The If iheairts were well Ihosr wto had 3 cultej Or anvi or.r, enjoved a ride Medicine liat. Alia., Dec. fns permits 'or Ueceoiber. amounted ;to only as against for .-clast December. The totals for the howerer, show' a forty Ji'er cent iacrcasn aver last year, the .tolals bHnr and "rrapetstlrely. Customs receipts tile year panounted to J3IC.S72 ns compired -ith J1H.755 last year, an increase of ftout seventy per cent. -.The nujaT-er of entries than doubled last year. The sale of postase stamps for December cams to The same month laat >tar the amo.jni n-as h REV. DR. MACINTVRE DEAD vre in Preabytetiin circles hat liceo nt'.vl ivay iiy the death o; tier, n Maclatyt-e. M. .1.. Ph. D.. r.ho has fjr years miniftcr at fleims- church. a new year ivith rener.ed particular branrl ot hope which treast.'" I The-Sous of Knglanj touched the high mart of their social events last afglit. when they up- wards of one hundred; of the needy t-hildrfn of liin city. Invitations -were sent out to all -who could be found had not b-cn orerloadtd iviih liic good to tlie icriildren at this wason ol the year land the--result pictured on the laces o: the chiidren and parents present must hare, gladdened (tc hesr'fs ol tSc committee who 0! the affair. The hall was transformed into a rentable fairyland, streamers of red at.ilc and blue were stretched across ite hall in. all .directions, and large I'nion Jacks -were.; huag from the j Tails. The dowration of the procen- ij'j1. w.i-> ytetty. of jr.ii irrns surrounding the big 'Cbri-itnias tree, which u-js heavily .l.idfn wilh ;ovs for all and il- i Thf supper was called tor f. o'clock, but at uVlwk (r.e little tots bf- Uisij to apl'Mr, and by the stated hiine tie centurj1 luark was rfai-hM. -acJ lley were admitted into the big jliall and srair.l at the Icnf 'which uere plated all round thesidesj 'of the nail, at.d uhich utre loaded! n with tempting eatables o! all jiincs; atd decorated with beautiful pljnis. Hrace was SUBS by !all. asjd the word to girt-n, aad iel b'asy they did. Several oi the IKiuehters scd Maids of weie present and saw every child was well supplied, and ior thirty minuter the things gradually disappear- ed. Tl.e innel HUE or child beins satis- jfied, attention was turned to fun 'making. This stoned by the dis- [tribulion of ar.d for ten tbf. crack, crack', and i the rustle of the hats would j [lead one to ;hini a kittle was in Ar.d tte whole crowd must 'have woa out, for from every hand ;appealed a uig I'riou ;aad waved excitedly, whil? lusty, j sang the National Anthem, and' th? Maple Leaf Forever. Two large sac'-ts were, suspended Iho centre o'. the hall, and ;tvo 'of the hlindiolded. toot a [stick and tried to locate this object joi interest, causing much fun in their j attempts, bat the goal was reached, j sacls were burst, and showers of' 'randy tell on tht waiting little oues. Cat anti mouse, plate spinning and j musical chairs loot up quite a little 'time, and caused all kinds ol rcetri-' iment, tfce stricks of laughter doing i jone good to hear. Arthur Wesllcy, jKreil Paunch aud lilile Freddie ins nest appeared on tte stage aid I their anlics anrt singinz occupied, a .iyrtfier fiiteen minutes to the great j :joy o! the guests. i 'tree. half circles ei across the ball, and soiai iscmblance oi silence was gained, San- ila cuuld Tie heard trying to get-: jthc chiDiney. Then tap, fire-place opened, arid Santa C ianpearrd, siicr.ce was a good time, and the si ahs left no doubt in ?e's minds that they liad i their The lit- irched round and across and eveivong received a suit- able present from Sahla. Trumpets rattles, jacks in the. horses trains, caroe-s and boo1 Ihe assortment, and. pandemonium served foi- them, and after fating, :s of the children, each mother was ren a ticket and was asVeii to put j the V BCOVGZS STRENGTH nMtam checirs well dsdina, hi pur t oil M Jerf mcdkin J w h refreshes the blood, strenjliicne the lungs, upbuikh tie whole system. Scett'sEnufc..., prntnl mark Wctnrn I r AKY CRUZ eod lime was i.p r.ow and the cars jwerc readr, Inspector fovell being on .iiarH to boV- after tLe transporta- and a better item Of the pro- .graci could not have been thought 0( lit tic ones ill being carried free' I As each Hiilr! left the ball (nrthp'r loaded up with bag Icaady, nuts, cakes, and oranees which brought (he affair {conclusion. i The" committee ivfio had charcc id ahe evening's enlertainretnt, are fo ;be heartily congrat'ilatcd'on the suc- :c-ess of their endeavors, and ihev jhave the satisfaction cf jlheir efiorts were appreciated. When ,il is considered that none ol tnechll- ,riren fatertained were members of ihe families of Ihe sodelr, the' Seriating Is worthy at great praise TJie cpmmitiee v.isli to: hearlilv thank those, who assisted in.anr way I jicluding the ladies.-Tihote nflp went' rso lar towards.making the affair the great success it was." 310 STOflES IN LIQUIDATION ycrk> svcat de- partment slorts In New Toik and one in Boston: an company, a olwale house anil n private banV tut house Tim In ranneeticn with the groy anrl ncd- lum colored the whole stock ID- cludcd. WE SAY GOOD-BYE TO EVERY HAT TOMORROW............' A Ridiculously low price for any in the stock .lost nuoat three dozen all iu face, to clear up thu eutirc the Iliirly-eighi lucky women sain possession of these splendid Elyles tin consider Uu'raEehes fortunate indeed, for there srr. models here that sold as hish aa 5S.5u, nnd this Haal clearance lirlcc wo'jlj not even jay for the materials alone. But we carry no hold-overs In this store and every hat must be sold during the season for which it bought, no matler how low Ihe price has to be. All Coats and Dresses on Sale at Actual Cost or Less H's the last and Jiiial cican-up of these splendid style garments and prices ;ire low en- ough to warrant a ready sale for every one on ha-ml hy the closing hour quick if you would have best choice of these. WONDERFULLY CHEAP COATS IN NEWEST STYLES; ALL OUR BEST C 4 C WORTH UP TO This is undoubtedly tbe "last call' 'on Ihcse handsome coals fur such handsome sarmeats are sure lo be snapped up In short order at such a ridiculously Ion- price. Blacks, brov.ns, greys and heather mix- tures in lovely .rich pure wool cloths, every style exclusive with this store. ANOTHER COAT SALE All Lines worth up to 00 Some beautiful garments in this lot, ererv one attractive and wonderfully cbcap. VELVET EVENING CLOAKS Regular values Beautiful imported Silk Vel- vet Wraps in black only, lined throughout; handsomely- braided and collar and two left. VERY CHEAP COATS S 10.50 .Worth up to S18.50 aivlc. garments that ivere particularly good value at regu- lar prices. DAINTY OPERA CLOAKS Worth up to 560.00 Just ihrec lefl to clear at this low alice and old rose, handsomely ijucd and silk llnetl throughout. ALL SILK AND CLOTH DRES3ES IN THIS FIHAL CLEAN-UP CHOICE OF OUR ENTIRE 1 J TC WORTH UP TO 525.00.............................. lO I'rcllj- new slyles in plain and shot Mestelalncb, black and white taffetas as well as handsomest styles in finest pure %vool materials such as serges, bedford cords and brocades; all lines up to in- cluded in (his one big sale lot for to-morrow's final clearance. AFTERNOON AND EVENING DRESSES 522.50 up to 535.00 No reserves In ihis lot any lines wonh up to beautiful sanncms going very cheap SILK AND CLOTH DRESSES AFTERNOON AND EVENING CHESSES Worlh up lo JI9.00 -Mir styles thiousiiout Hie slock up lo are yours at this very Ion' final clearance Worth up to Shadow t.acca, .Vets fons In very pretty aud Oainly new styles rtprescming most unusual values. NEW CLOTH DHES3ES Worth up to l-'ine serges and Panamas (n pure uoo] navy, grey, Lrown and black; all well made and perfect Fur Neck Piecei, Muffs .nd Fur Lined Coati Greatly Reduced for Clearance Sale give tlie dculls briedy, naming ihc clans of furs an.l companspn of regular sale prices, vhlcl, Is sufTicicnt evidence. ,1 Iho genuineness the bargntns tliro.Jshout o i" re stock Pointed KOJ J67.50 IJJuo Wolf 130 Isabella KM Set MJ Canadian Mink Muff Canadian Mink JH5 Canadian Mink Muff t6i) Canadian Mink Scarf..J40 Columbia Kalile Muff 59 Pointed Haro Set...ton nn 420 niver .Mink en 4IS Oppoasum Stole iirj IlaUlnerl, Mink trimmed Coils, mo cnly......tcn.M All the New Skirts Going at Savings Tweeds, Worsteds. Serges antl Diagonal Cheviots in Wack and naT.r; others iu latiB, browns a nil light and medium colored tweed mix- turcs all included this Saturday bar- sain event 20 off FINE QUALITY WRAPPERtTTES 15c Worth up to 25c. nrnl, smooth fin- ish in splendid qual- ity hvllls, splendid: to wash and suitable for kitnoaas, dresses and children's wear, all light, medium and dark colors. All Silk and Crepe Kimonas on Sale Ported fitting, at- tractive styles, the crcpen ranging i n price from J1.75 to H.fiO; silks from lo 417.50; all on sale tomorrow at the came rale of re- duction. 20 off BEST ENGLISH PRINTS 15c A splendid new lot just to Si ar.d, com- prising a portion of our new gpring goods. A splendid selection of light medium and dark colors .every piece of HrEt quality and guaranteed absolute- Iy fast dj'o. Cleaning op the Eorir; Underskirt Stock Silks, Safins, Moir- SllktafB, Ro- man Satins and Sat- Skirls sold at lo <7 nil Included In this big bargain event for tho final stock ad- justing ovcnt of tho IK301. 20 OfV ;