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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 'AGE TEN THE LETMBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PIUDAY, JANUARY 2, 191 f MAN COULD IN QIO NOT WALK She Was So III-Restored to Health by Lydia E. Piak-ham's Vegetable Compound. M NEW yEAR'S DAY NO ONE NAMED BY CALUMET JURY �Pentwater, Mich."A year agu 1 was j \ r Tery weak and the doctor said I had a ! Plenty of SllOW OtX the CarOUnCl \ ----�- lerious displace- i ; and Sleighins VVas In- ! ment. I had backache aud bearing down pains so bad thai 1 could not sit in a chair or walk across the floor ami I was in severe pain all the time. I felt discouraged �9 I had taken everything [ could think of and �was no better. I hefan taking Lydia E. Pinkham"s Veg- : ctible Cympound and now I am strong and healthy."-Mrs. alice Darling, i K.F.D. Na. 2, Box 77, Pentwater, Mich. : IteailWhatAnotherWomaB says: ' Peoria, III.-"I had such backaches I that I could hardly stand on my feet. I �n-ou!d feel like crj-ing out lots of times, F.nd had such a hea>'y feeling in my right Fide. I had such terrible dull headache.i every day and they would make me feel drowsy and slepy all the time, yet I could not sleep at night. �After I had taken Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Csmpound a week I began to improve. My backache was less and dulged in Calumet. Mich.. Dec. 31.-An open verdict, including a finding that the Christmas panic which cost seventy-two lives in Italian hall wa� caused by an alarm of fire raised within the hall, was returned tonight by the coroners jury, which, for three days, has been hearing the evidence of participants in the disaster. Every allegation that enemies of the Western Federation of Miners were responsible for starting the panic, or in any way hindered the work of rescue, was rejected by the six men in an unanimous conclusion. S. 0. E. 'S BIG TREAT Hundred Children Found the New Year Full of Fun and Happiness I'.IKj passed iniu histoi> iiiSL'i.ir as ium w.is very prelty, gBilamis of; ' (lowers and frrns surrounding the bis I rhrisrnui.'; tree, which was lieavilv j ladou Willi lovs for all ages, and il-| iiinuinatod vufh tiny electric lifihts. I The Slipper w,>s ealled tor 6 o'cUwk, jliut at live o'clock the little tots be-I sail to appear, and by the stated time the century mark was reached, and thev were admitted into the big � liali ami seateii at the long tables, which were placed all round the sides . ....j''" ^''^ "J'"* �hich were loaded I.elhbniige is vouccvned \uth .i wel- idonn with teuiptmf eatables of all � 'kinds, and decorated with beautiful btoomiii!; plants. Grace was sung by Rway. pound and am cured. " Yon may publish this if yon wish." -Misa Clara L. Gauwitz, R.R. No. 4, Box 62, Peoria, III. Sach Utters prove the Tal�� of Lydia E. Pinkhmm's Vegetable Compound for womaa'i ills. Wky don't /ou ixj it? '. come to U'll whicii iiiusl iiave made villi daddy time think the people were glad ius year \uth the iioorioo ii.surcs a"" mt' woru lo sc. una., s'^vn, v.as s,ontf. ll \uis noisy. Wherever U"'d set luisy they did. Several of the there uas a thistle there was steam Daughters and plaids of I'".ngland were '\iu ;;nrt the wui-tles blew but that ! present and saw that every child was 'word doesn't - sound noisy eiioiigU. jWcU supplied, and for thirty minutes i They more thau blew. They made "tlie J the good things gradually disappeav-. big noise in accordauct- with their that heavy feeling in my side went | voices. It was a veinavkabU' chorus ; The inner man or child being salis- I continued to take th� Com- jot sound. There were tenor whisiies 1''fd, attention was turned to fun ; and deep bass whistles and contralto : making, i'his nas statied by the dis- � whistles and alto whistles and those I'lribution of bon-bons, and for ten fellows that sUrieied must have been t"'"life's the crack, crack, crack, and! 'high sopranos in Italian opera. it ' tlic rustle of the paper hats would! I was a regular halleluiab chorus of :'f^f* on? to think a battle w.as in 'rejoicing. The year l^l'J with its 'progress And the whole crowd must successes and failures, reali/.cd arabi- ''^^'^ "'^'f '�''Ui' 'or from every hand j tions and disappointments had gone ^PPeared a big I'nion Jack, heid high, j � and everybody was out with the glad waved e.vcitedly. while lusty ' hand to 1914. lungs sang the National .-Vntheni, and : What, will the year bring forth ' the staple Leaf Forever. N\ithing but the best of good times '""'o large sacks were suspended if the happiness of the people at the ,I'eutre of the hall, and two midnight hour meant anything. It i^'' the committee, blindfolded, took a was a time for bubbling over with stick and tried to locate this object ioy and the people just bubbled. Kid- of interest, causing much fun in their ! dies asleep were awakened to hear attempts, but- the goal was reached, the boisterous welcome to a new- sacks were burst, and showers of AFIER fr eg ram w erty owner of this city and organize'' of a number of enterprises, has sued his wife, Bextha B. Lazier, for divorce. The grounds upon wtiiclt an annulment of the marriage is sousrht is that of cruelty on the part of. Mrs. Lazier. Mr Lazier is well known in this ent but very litfie of the time that Mr. Lazier has been in Ca!.-;atT in company with her husband, prefemingr to make her home in other cities. yEAR'S RECORD AT >Iedi�ine Hat. Aita., Dec. -Burld-ine permits .for December amounted jto only |S,:^g.=i a.s against |T0,4flO for .-.i^t December. The totals for the ;i^^ho]e .i^ear, however, show a forty per cent increase over last year, the itotals being |.3,8.5L-5Tl� and ?2,836,219 rspectiirely. Customs receipts for the year �lunounted to |,^16,872 as compared r.vith ilS4,1'At last year, an increase of about seventy per cent. The number of entries more than doubled last year. The sale of posta.ae stamps for December came to S44;m.:;7. The same month last year the amount was The pasture lands were becoming dry ^ appeared, aud then silence was all and the s-tock needed the moisture, ^if. Santa asked the guests if they The merchants had stocks of rubbers ; had bad a good time, and the ."iliouts aud over stockings and other winter and hurrahs left no doubt in the appaiel and it would mean a chance committee's minds that they had sue-to make some sale, and even the fel- ceeded in their undertaking. The Ut-lows that had no comroercial interest ; tie ones first, and later the bigger � \vere glad. It was so much like win- ones, marched round and across the ' ter. Too much summer becomes mon- stage and everyong received a suit-ontgnous. i able present from Santa. Trumpets, The holiday was quietly spent. The rattles, jacks in the box, horses, theatres were well patronized and trains, games and books were among those who bad a cutter, or anything . the assortment, and pandemonium resembling one, enjoyed a ride, the .se.emed let loose, first in many moons. The ice at the ^ N'pither were the parents forgotten, lake was cleared of snow and many a table in the centre ot the hall was went out in the afternoon for some 'reserved fioi* them, and after eating, exhilarating exercise. It was a happy ;they were highly amused by the an- boliday because mankind always faces j tics of tbe ciaidrer^"^r n^th^" t^s a new year with renewed hope-the j given a ticket and was asked to put particular brand of REV. DR. MACINTYRE DEAD ^Toronto. Dec. prominent fig "ifre in Presbyterian cixcles has been hope . which : down the weight of the cake held "springs eternal in the human , aloft. Many difiereni. weights were breast." jgven, but Mrs. Alec. Park was near- ,BIG TREAT BY S. 0. E. est, and to her the cake svas award- The^Sons of England touched the ed. high mark of their social events last , ''"'"i* ^'^s ^1^ "Ci^"-" 'ars night, when thev entertained up- i �'"e ready. Inspector Covell being on wards of one hundred of the needy bada to look after the transporta-ehildren of the city. Invitations were ^""^ ^ better item of the pro- sent out to all "vviio could be found g'^^T cou\i not have been thought of, who had not been overloaded with ; ^''^ '"'^'^1^ 0'"=^ all being carried free, i the good things cu.stomarv to the '. -^^ �ach child left the hall they children at this .season of the year, were Further loaded up with bags of land the result pictured on the faces !candy, nuts, cakes, and oranges and 'of the children and parents present :apples, which brought the affair to a must have gladdened the heart-s of conclusion. ! the committee who had. charge of the ^ The committee who had charge of I affair. ^�^^ evening's entertainment, are to j The hall was transformed into a heartily congratulated on the suc- villu Presbyterian church. hung from the is considered that none of the chil-I walls. The decoration of the procen- |^f^n^l^'of^h^^s^ci^T^f un- ---- �� ---- " i dertaking is worthy of great praise. I The committee wish to heartily [ thank those who assisted in, any way, f ] icJuding the ladles, whose help went f so far towards making the .^fiair the great success it was. mom^m work r�ouc�s strehqtm iMcmuMe e0mfming dtttie*, Ipoh of frmak air mni autuJhine grmdmtdfy wemktm evn m ttfng contlitutiom, mnd the mnfeeUed sytttm remdSy accept* siekneas and dueate, Seett's Emwinnm ckecka such dedine. ha pure eo*irr trength. Shun AlcolMiic SuiMtltataa and INSIST on SCOTT'S. Vt'XU AT AWY DRUa STOMe. BIG STORES IN LIQUIDATION New York, Dec. ."JO.-Two great department stores in New YoJk and one in Boston: an expre.ss company, a wholesale house and a iprivate banking house mn in connection with the department storeB, all allied with and controlled by the SieKel Stoies corporation, of which Henry Slegel of this city, is diiftt^ting head aind president, wore placed In the batiids of receivers today through a suit instituted by the holding company in the federal courts. None of the concerns, according to statements of counsel, is insolvent, and the action was taken to conserve their good will; to rohabilllate and reorsanino theitt. CLARKE & CO. t\m LadiM' Store PV*B� 463 Sensational Saturday Savings IN THE PRE-INVENTORY SALE This rousing list on sale tomorrow at prices marked without regard to original cost or actual values, the object being the final and absolute clearance of all winter stocks without any reserve whatever. These prices tell a forcible story of the savings to be gained in this sale and dearly demonstrate the advantages of supplying your present and future needs here on Saturday. ANY SUIT IN THE STORE-SOME FORTY ODD LEFT .. $14.75 Lovely Styles worth up to $32.50 This includes our entire suit stock, without any reserve whatever. We do not want a single garment left over at Inventory time, and this final clearance price would not do more than pay for the making alone. Black and navy serge, diagonal cheviots, tweeds and worsteds in medium and dark colors-all beautifully mad� garments; coats silk lined, skirts moderately narrow to conform to present best styles; thoroughly tailored and perfect in fit and shape-Keeping abilities. Last Call on All Underwear Watson's celebrated Underwear in vests, drawers and Uniou Suits for ladiee'. misses' and children's wear from the most inexpecBive to the highest priced, all on sale at ..... 20 off PRE-INVENTORY 'HOSlfeRY SALE 25c W.orth' up to 45c. Plain  and ribbed Cashmeres In ladies' sizes and heavy ribbed worsted hose sizes iSfk to ten inches, alLwIth double soles; spliced he�ls and toes. Final Clean-up of All Knit Goods Ladies' Golfers, hockey caps, toques, Aviation and Motor hll Caps, shawls, scarfs etc., all included in this splendid bar- � gain event at most substantial savings. WOOL MITTS AND GLOVES 25c Worth up to 45c. Ladles' double mitts In brown, navy white and black, as well as children's and misBes' sires, in the same colors, and in addition to these a splendid selection of fine knit gloves In all sizes and colors. Pre-lnvenlory Sale of Flannelette Wear Gowns, Drawers, Corset Covers and Underskirts in a 4%i\ splendid collection fcU of various qualities, , colors while, pink, A sky, grey and med- ,. ium colored stripes, the whole stock Included. WE SAY GOOD-BYE, TO EVERY HAT TOMORROW............ $2.75 A Ridiculously low price for any in the stock .lust about throe dozen all told-thirty-eight, in fact, to clear up the entire stock-and the thirty-eight lucky women who gain possession ot these splendid styles can consider themselves fortunate indeed, for there art models hero that sold as high as ?S.50, and this final clearance price would not even pay 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 was bought, no matter how low the price has to be. All Coats and Dresses on Sale at Actual Cost or Less It's tlie last a.iitl iiiial clean-np of these si)Iendid style garments and prices are low enough to Avarrant a ready sale for every one on hand by the closing hour to-morrow-Act t^uick if you would have best choice of these. $15.75 WONDERFULLY CHEAP COATS IN NEWEST STYLES; ALL OUR BEST MODELS-WORTH UP TO $27.50 .......................... This is undoubtedly the "last call' 'on these handsome coats for such handsome garments are sure to be snapped up in short order at such a ridiculously low price. Blacks, browns, greys and heather mixtures In lovely .rich pure wool cloths, every style exclusive with this store. ANOTHER COAT SALE $19.50 All Lines worth up to $35 00 Some beautiful garments in this lot, every one attractive and wonderfully cheap. VERY CHEAP COATS SI 0.50 Worth up to $18.50 New style garments that were particularly good value at regular prices. VELVET EVENING CLOAKS $42.50 Regular $75.00 values Beautiful imported Silk Velvet Wraps in black only, silk lined throughout; handsomely braided and appliqued collar and cuffs-just two left. DAINTY OPERA CLOAKS $32.50 Worth up to $60.00 .lust three le.ft to clear at this i-emarkably low price-tan, alice and old rose, handsomely appll-qued and silk lined throughout. $14.75 ALL SILK AND CLOTH DRESSES IN THIS FINAL CLEAN-UP. CHOICE OF OUR ENTIRE STOCK-WORTH UP TO $25.00 .......................... Pretty new styles in plain and shot Messelaines, black and white taffetas as well as handsomest styles in finest pure wool materials such as serges, bedford cords and brocades; all lines up to ?2o.00 included in this one big sale lot for to-morrow's final clearance. AFTERNOON AND EVENING DRESSES $22.50 Worth up to $35.00 No reserve in this lot ih any lines worth up to ?35.00-some beautiful gaments going very cheap AFTERNOON AND EVENING DRESSES $16.50 Worth up to $25.00 Shadow Laces, .Vets and Chiffons in very pretty aud dainty new stylos representing most unusual values. SILK AND CLOTH DRESSES $11.50 Worth up to $19.00 .\ny styles throughout the stock up to $19.00 are yours at this very low final clearance price. NEW CLOTH DRESSES $8.50 Worth up to $13.50 Fine serges and Panamas In pure wool materials, navy, grey, brown and black; all well made and perfect titling. Fur Neck Pieces, Muffs and Fur Lined Coats Greatly Reduced for This Final Clearance Sale Wo give the details brielly, naming only the class of furs and .-i comparison of regular and sale prices, which Is sufficient evidence of the genuineness of the splendid bargains throughout our entire stock of furs. $100 Pointed Fo.x Set. .$65-00 $67,50 Blue Wolf Set..$45.00 $90 Tsabella Fox Set... .$60-00 $73 Canadian'.Mink JIuff $50-00 $67..';0 Canadian Mink Stole $45 $6.5 Canadian Mink Muff $42-50 $60 Canadian Mink .Scarf.,$40 $;!7.r,0 Columbia Sable Stole ............. $25-00 Columbia Sable Muff $23 50 $;J0 Pointed Hare Set...$20 Rat-lined, Mink trimmed Coats, two only......$50-00 All the New Skirts Going at Savings Tweeds, Worsteds, Serges and Diagonal Cheviots in black and navy; others in tans, browns and light and medium colored tweed mixtures all Included in this Saturday bargain event 20 oft FINE QUALITY WRAPPERETTES 15c Worth up to 25c. Pirni, smooth fln-ish in splendid quality twills, splendid to wash and wear, suitable for waists, Idmonas, dresse.'? and children's wear, all light, medium and dark colors. All Silk and Crepe Kimonas on Sale Perfect fitting, attractive styles, the crepes ranging I n price from $1.75 to $4,50; silks from $3.50 to $17.50; all on sale tomorrow at the same rate of reduction. 20 oft BEST ENGLISH PRINTS 15c A splendid new lot just to hand, comprising a portion of our new spring goods. A splendid selection o t light medium and dark colors .every piece of first quality and guaranteed absolutely fast dye. Cleanios up the Entire Underskirt Stock Silks, Satins, Moir-ettes, Sllktafs, Roman Satins and Sateens. Skirts sold regularly at $1 to 17 all included In this big bargain event foi' the flaal stock adjusting event ot the Boason. 20 % oft' 30 2022 ;