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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1914 THE LETHBRIDCE DAILY HEUALD PAGE FIFTEEN CLARKE THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 Acadia Block The Splendid Bargain Prices announced in last night's paper and on the circulars distributed this morning As Unbeatable Values for the Pre-Inventory Sale Continue Tonight and all next week--or just as long as quantities last It's the best chance to save ever presented to you in the city featuring scores of seasonable necessities for personal and house- hold use at fractional prices for a final stock adjustment in every department before inventory. CHURCH SERVICES Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 Here's a New Year's" resolution Anyono' can make aud keep, It will help one's constitution And cnaWb one to sleep. "i 5 f I -will try. to keep from fretiing, vVi'hen'I cannot see the sun; 1 will try to keep from getljng Into quarrels I may Ehuq. f ?I .will try from, grieving Gic-r troubles that ni-c past; i will try to teen -believing ''Things right at-lasl. V -r ''I will Iry to .keep from sighing WJien I ought to smile 'instead; I will try to keep on trying -To deserve to -get ahead." I Miss lyollle Wood, of Glnreshoim, 'who spent the Christmas vacation U'lili her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'Johh Wood, Fourteenth St, Iras returned. ft i Robert Crowe. C. P. It, telegraph messenger, was taken to .the Gait hospilat lilts morning, where. he un- derwent a critical operation. f Miss Gladys Tabor has Issued in- llng it so after.the Honorable Wil- !Jt{ doctrioes-proved io he Sc ir Cleveland. Wells.; lie staked his' Everybody welcome. a skalSng parly this vitations for. evening. i -i MTE. D. 'McCarty is a bridge hostess this afternoon in "courtesy to Mrs. Brackle, of Edmonton, nud Mrs. Wlscbrod, ot Calgary. -Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ashcrofl enter- tained at a card parly on New Year's Eve, when four tables of whist wero THE TURN7 OF THE YEARS wcro von ilo, may we ktow you, year 0( ain Mrs ant I Mr .William You come, as others come, Smllh, while Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton were awarded the consolations. Pilnty refreshments were served Kigbt-sandaled, and your flying feet Bet tells a-swing in every .Uut you. arc duinu. run, unwearied travellers Still on Use vfKSI'l slopa Of iilc, lo lake your strong young hand, To o--arch, to dare lo I'ilgtlras-of hope." You Iran us you lead' us up seek your avator My fords-ol laitn, the pass.o! (ears, Peaks of year nt years, You fake, us far al the card tables at midnight. Those bidden were .Mr. and Mrs. Parson, Mr. Mrs. HIckB. Mr. and Mre. Quenjn, Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. Mr, ant! Mrs. Best- -Morrison; Anderson, Mlsa Heasley, .Mr. Abbey and Mr. Al- Thu Firemen's hall, which Is held annually on New Year's. Kvo, nt Pin- Cher Creek, proved this year even moro successful Uian usual. The event is always eagerly anticipated I and the rcall7allon n.utlo came- up to points in Vi'ashtngloi anil Montana they came. Bruce and a companion pushed northward vp the Wild Horso and Kootenai rivers across Canal Flats and up Columbia Lake to LaV.e Wlndemere, and etvimtning tho Col- umbia river camped where is now tho rising little town of Athalmer, and ihero he got work as an assistant engineer with an English on Horso Thief Creek. Bonded "Parradlce" "loiter ha bended "Parradici'' lalno and established the town of Wilmer. calli: me: claims and mined a bit, but the op- eration of getting out the oro ate up' the' profits, nnd he and others wcre- compelled to leave their holdings and find other worlt. Then he nought up land alor.i? Iho "west short Lake 5T.d harnessed; ocms of the mountain streams to givo it Irri- _atlon, and with the .'of' Ihe Kootenay Central railroad and -in- creased transportation facilities on the river, people began to corao In and ho -was able to sell his lands and tako'otit hls'o-o. lie was a partner of tho lato H. C. IlBmmond, of Toronto, "who.thcn rep- resented an Ehglish mining syndi- cate, and although he did notjivo lo reap material benefit from the patt- nership, as a. result ol his judgment sid foresight in making a partner of tho young engineer, members of bis family in Toronto are in full enjoy- ment ol his careful provision. Is a Bachelor. Up to tho present. R.uce has been a happy-go-lucky bachelor, running a ANGLICAN ST. AUGUSTUS'S CHURCH Corner Second Ate. Mi Kljhtb St- Rev. Canon Murrel-VYjigrit, rector. Mating 11 a-tn. Holy Communion ev- ery Sucday morning at 8 am. and at the eleven o'clock service on tie first Sunday ol the month. Kvensong; 7.30 p.m. Sunday school 10 a.m. ST. MARY'S CHUrtCll-Rtr. C. lit. Popbiiii, Holy coramuaion every Sucittr at I am. Siitlns 11 a.m. 3 p.m. Sunday scoool. KvenKong 7.30 p.m. ChoraJ Euchailsl on the first Sunday of Ihe. roonla at 11 o'clock ST. CYPKIAN'S CHL'nCH-Cor- ncr Stb Ave. and F.lcvinlh St. Oar.on Mc.Millen, reetor. JIatins 11 a.m. KvenBong 7.30 p. m. Sunday school and Bible class three p. m. Holy communion on the first an-J third Sunday at 8-30 a.m. and tn the second and fourth Sundays iV tlie eleven o'clock service. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. PATRICK'S A. H. Rosenthsl, Hev. P. Mint- wegen, assjstant. Mass, S a.m.; child, ren'i Mats. 9.30 a.m.; High Mass, 11 a.m. Sunday school, S p m. Evening service, 7.30 p.m. Sermoti at each CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, Rank block. Ser- vice al eleven a. m. Wednesday ev- ening -testimony uuetlng, 8.00p.m. The reading room Is open to every- ne day from three lo five p.m. F.ierjone Is cordially invllcd to at- tend. SALVATION ARMY Services are ot Itn Citadel, Fift'j.suect, aa follows' Sunday, u a.m.. Holiness meeting; 3 p.m., prilse meeting, and 7.30; galvaiion meeting. Week nights: Monday, S p.m., public meeting, led to sisters; Wednesday. 8 p.m.. Soldiers' ineellns; Thursday, S Salvation meeting, Clladel hand In attendance; Saturday, 8 p.m., frea and easy.meeting. .CHR1STADELPHIANS rupTRTADBU'HlANS At 63! Tweiiin St., A.'.'S. (between Clh anc Sili Breaking of Bread, p.m. Evening service 7.30 p.m. A lecture will he delivered by Mr. Sid ri'ey T. lialsiord.-'Suhiect. "Chtista- free-for-all welcome buhealow varseraJ overhanging pretty Lake The hall was. most artistically de- Al.d 'And then you go. hear your voice, J the anticipation. We secv your avatar the Future ______...... all (he years may hring' us relt, while and blue- slream'eis, shad- naught Hid you, the Past. 11. Krledlandcr. 4 Mr. John Home left today on trip lo- England. You the Future tliat we sought, corated with garlands of evergreen, red, while and blue- slream'eis, shad- ed colored" lights and different fire flchtlug appliances. The supper room on the slago was a bower of beauty an .the templing vlnnds, ser- "'Mrs. Abblo Horspcol has moved her from 1263 Sixth svenito 3., to 1007 Third avenue south. !f Her. J. H.. Pickle underwent an op- eration at tiic Gait Hospital yeslc-r-: ven as1.many as the- Lord, our Qod, snail-call." LATTER OAV SAINTS CHUKCH OF JEBUB CHRIST OF LATTER DAY O. B Hall. lOtn St. Y.. M. C. A. 9.45 a.m. Officers 'and teachers meet- ing' .10 a. m., Sunday School; 2 p.m Sacrament iftceling. alwiys welcome.' BlsSop'-B.'S. Young, 1211 3rd avfc S. 'Phone 685. LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTllERAN CHURCH-Corner'6th Ave. and Fif- teenth St. Hcv. C. Grant, minister. and Is known and td- Sunday, Jan. 4. Services 11 a.m. and mired by every man, woman and Sunday school 3 p.m. Vot- chlld In the Columbia Valley. 'This ing members ol congregation meet on jachclor-bugnlcw hostelry is giving way to a pretty homo In the new town of Uivermere. where, ft is under- stood, lie will bring his bride to spend at least, six months of each year. lady Elizabeth -N'orthcofs, tho sec- ond daughter of the Earl and'Count- cas of fddleslelgh, Is a member ot tho old Norlhcote family which has been located, for many centuries In Devon- shire. The head of tho family hold- ing landed estates near Eieter, Pynea. Sir Stafford Korlhcote, bar- Endeavor 7 Tuesday at 7.30 p.m. CHURCH Of CHRIST CHURCH OF CHP.IST Labor Sunday at 11 a.m. lor breaking of bread. CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN Hall. Rev. J. H. Flckcl, pasloi. Sun day school, 10.30 a-m. Preaching ser- vices at 11 a-m when Mr. B. M. Ry- an will speak, and at 7.30, when Mr.- A. Irving will speak. Christian onct, who hc-eame the first peer, private secretary lo -Mr. Gladstone, when that famous Ubernl chief was hope of the Conservative party." WESTMINSTER J. B. Francis, pastor. Morning subject, "The Soul-winner's the Tonight, the First Saturday Night in the New Year }IVe have Planned a 2 1-2 Hour Bargain Flurry that is in every way worthy of the bright prospects ushered in with 1914. 1U13 is past and ypne. and willi all of Iliis district, look to Hit new year 191-1 lo bring relief From the. recent linancial stringency and to realise u resumption of normal business comtUions. Tonight, the first Saturday night in the New Year, we aru offering from cadi department, reliable and wauled lines of merchandise, lints for which you are in immediale need, and have placed prices so low that every economically minded person in the city will he down lown tonight to participate in the genuine savings herein oll'erecl. Ladies' Underskirts up to Values for 89c Fifty dozen Ladies Underskirts, emtrjiJni; ififlijy different varie- ties; one line has top or kouy part of fine black Lustre wlih I2-iaih Frill ot Mercerised Saleen; another line is made of highly mercerised and eilra durable soft finish Kugiiaii Sateen; another is of soft finish- ed Worsted Moreen, while yet others are In an erlra trigllt silk finish- ed Molrette. All are cut on (.lie proper medium width style, (borough-, ly made, some with narrow ruffles, others with deep knife pleated frill. Complete range ot Blzes. Regular values up to S2-OG. From 7.30 to 10 o'clock tonight all.......................... A Timely Offer in Felt Boots and Overshoes Men's and-Boys' Felt Boots The season's clean up in Men's and Bqys' Felt Boots; some are In all fell, others in felt with leather facing, others In felt with turned leather Eoles; suitable for wearing inside Overshoes. Kol every size in every line but every size represent- ed In the lot. Regular prices to J3.00 CJ 1 CC At 7.30 Tonight I Children's and Misses'2-buckle O'shoes Children's, and Misses' two-buckle Overshoe; No. 1. (juallly rubber sole and facing and fleece lined Cashmeretto tops, interlined with rubber. and water-proof. Ail sizes from children's size 3 to Misses' size Cf Tonight nt 7.30. per Ladies' and Men's Hosiery Bargains Without an Equal For Ladies-Cashmere Hose A limited quantity only Extra Superfine all wool Saxony Cashmere Ribbed Hcse, medium weight, eminently dutiable for present wear and are of an ex- ceptionally hard wearing "yarn. Full fash- ioned, regular 50c value, all sizes 'At "7.30-Tonight'per pair For Men- W.ool Sox Twenty dozen only to be sold at this price so you had batter be early, Men's All Wool Scotch yarn Heather mixture Ribbed Socks. Each" pair has a card of mending to match attached. Regular 35c 4 rt A Al'7.30 Tonight, 6 pairs I iUU Broken Prices in Crock- ery Dept Teapots Plain Green or Brown Glazed Earthenware Tea- Pots in large or family size. Regular 35c OCn Tonight............................... fcJU Salt and Pepper Shakers Glass Salt and Pepper white metal Tonight only, per pair "U Water Tumblers Extra large and durable clear Glass Tumblers, the correct thing for every day QQp Tonight only, per dozen.............. wOW Saturday Night Fruit and Candy Treats Malaga Raisins Balance of our Christmas stock in extra choice Malaga Table Raisins, each pound wrapped in paper and enclosed in neat tin boxes. Regular 50e. Tonight unlj.. CHOICE FANCY APPLES Five poundi for HiPE MELLOW BANANAS, Per dozen JUICY NAVAL ORANGES Per dozen ...'............_.-----..... CHOCOLATES (Webb's make) In moil every wanted variety, tonight per nj 25c 25c 35c 25c The Hudson's Bay Stores i fifth ol "Winning Evening Address to young people, "A Good Uoys' department the Sunday school will meet at 2 pany joined hands and sang "Auld Lang Syne" oiler which liappy New Year greetings wero exchanged. Quite a number wero present from Calgary, Maclcod, Cowley, Blalrmore, and Lundbrcck, and other outside points, the .attendance In all.-totalllns two hundred. Robert Randolph Bruce, mar- rlngo to Lady Northcoln Is announrod Winnipeg, gone" lo Winnipeg on lo tako place at on January semlannunl trip. He will bowvay tilh, camo.to Alberta In JSSi. Ho has n cMipIo of weeks. Iliad a plclurosnue and interesting