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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WBDNESDA-f. JANUARY 6,1915 ' ) ' : ^ THE � �'I � 'II LETHBRIDGE, DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE Pholn^ 453 The Ladies' Sto^e Ackdia Blk DRESSMAKING At vfry moderate prices and work fully Quaranteed, Dreaaea..:..........$5.00 to $10.00 Sklrta................$4.00 to $6.00 Walata.. i........... .$2.00 to $4.00 IfOCKJllNG SALE ;�'�^f.r.^^y-; �� �� .� �� � /' � H':y^ '':.'V-.' \ .\-.'- . . "... T^elast aMflnalclcan-iip of ail Winter Mercliaiidise tliroughput cvr cry department of the store at lowest prices ever quoted on goods of siicli excellent character, superior style and stei^liiig worth. ALL FURS 1-3 Less than regular price COAT SALE ^12.50 , Worth up to $20.00 COAT SALE $16 75 Worth up to $32.50 SUIT SALE S12J0 Worth up to $25.00 SUIT SATiE $17.50 Worth up to $35.00 Specially Attractive Final Clearance prices op Hosiery and Cfloves, Corsets and Underwear, Dress Goods and Sillis, Underskirts, Waists, Shawls, Knit) Goods, etc. ANY HAT Worth up to $10.00 DRESS SALE 1-2 Price SKIRT SALE $6.75 V/orth up to $12.50 JJ The. marriage of Maud Charlctte, only daughter of Hon. Justice and Mrs. L.,''A. Aiidette, to Captain Adrian Law, R.,'C.. R., of Halifax, took place at-Ottawa. The bride and groom left for Halifax cn route to Bermuda, where Captain Law will rejoin his ragiment. Cedat Grrove, the residence of. Mrs. Proctor, Hamiltca, was the scene of . a Very Intofesting .wedding last week, when the marriage was solemnized of Miss Helen .'6pant, only daughter of the late Mri .'John Proctor, to �-Mr, Robprt Rajfisay Evans, of Medicine Hat, son of':Mr. and Mrs. Robert Evans, of Torbiit^. . , A wcdd.Ilr!g;:o{'interest to Canatilang Jn Engl^nd,.^was\ celebrated in Christ \hurch,'3!Bf^^tw-ipatc;-the-coiitra^^ rug 'parties;; bcini- Rev. Richard Henry Steacoy^rTecfef of All Sain'ts' Church; Ottawa, and Major and Divisional '.Chaplain., with the first Canadian (Ja'hiingfsnti'- and Elsie Mary, elder daxighter �ofj.thc Hon. Dighy Den-ham, Eremier,.;pf Queensland. The of-liciatjnrT>riest'-was Rev. Donald Den-i ham, the bride's cousin, and Rev. A.' M. GofdOJU-^'as'the best man. The - ^'m- -__. reception liyhiclilollbwed brought together a laigo .Anglo-AusttaUan-Canr adlan gatheriag;, among whom were Sir Hamilton -Gpold Adams, Agent-General' for' Queenslaw^'; Sir Thomas and Lady .;Robinson,. and Chaplains Majors Piiier,and' Warner, with a number of'Canadian officers and men. After a shott honeymoon at Bournemouth, th^. bridegroom will resume his duties at Salis^bury Plain. " '�   � Mrs. H. w: "'Mehzie, 14th St. S., has received the sad news of the death of her Urother,' George Clark, at her old, home, Tapamagouohe, Nova Scotia.'   �  Report for the Gait hospital lor the month of December, 1914 ;' Number of patients in. hospital �beginning, of month ......... 35 Admittances during month ....... UO Transients admitted during the month .....,;............... 5 Number of'patients discharged During month......... .........: ..... Deaths during month................ Number of' patients m hospital . at end of month...................... Transients .discharged durmg the mcoth ...... ,...... 100 54 4 37 Mrs. M. Aitkens and Mr.-;R-. V. Maynard sent magazines. ; Piche &>Iiron and P. Buriis Co.- i. turkey each. Mr. W. A. Buchanan-3 tiirkeys. Geo. A.' Delaney and Coultry Meat Market-2 turkeys each. ,. Mr. R. Gwatkin-1 turkey and 1 bag of cabbages. Letttbridge Brewing & Malting C>. -i case Alberta's Pride and 1^ ffise of soft drinks. " The Sunbeams-Toys and book? lor the children, , . Mr. R. Gwatkin-C qts. crea;n for the nurses. Mrs. H. A. McMillan-3 .dpz. oranges for the nurses. , The Rev. Fathers of St. V^atrick's ' Mission-tlO.00 for iihe nuriing staff. C: P. R.-2 Christmas trees. ;; The Lethbridge Flower G uild-rPoin-: setta's for each patient and flovt-ers each week during the m'mth. , We wish to thank th", YSung PeOj pie's Christian Union, for the soi^ service rendered each Sunday during the month... The Lady Superintendent. Clubs and.Societies, ASTHMA eOUGHS A �lniple,nfe ind kBcctive tirntineQi avoid-ine irujs., Ubed.wljh suceeat for 35 yetri.'. rhe air carrying the inllseptic vapor, inhilcd with every breath, makea breathlDf : easy, soothes theaore throat, and stops the couth, asaurlnirestfulnlghls. Cresolene Is Invaluable to mothers with young children and a (son to Bufferera (roni Aathma. Smd Us lyoital Jor detariptive bookht �old.bV'DHueaiaTs VArO.CIIESOlENE CO. LM�b|MlbiBU(.Mnilr'l FRIDAY STARLAND iOO Lowest number during mon^h ... 33 Hiijhest number during month ... 44 Dally average during month ......37.5 Number, of� hospital- days for private patients..;..; ...,....... 170 Number of hospital - days for ward patients,' paying............ 623 Number of hospital ..days tor ward pat entsi free ..;.,........... 372 Total � number of hospital days for the month............... ......1165 Number of operations 'Under general anaesthesia............ .;..... 43 Number of operations under local or no anaesthesia ............ 11 Number of patients treated, m outdoor department................ 0 Number of dressings and treatments in,outdoor department.. 0 Number of> hospital ambulance calls ......______............................ 5  The hospital wishes to thamk tlie many friends for their generous  gifts during the Christmas. season, and for the month of December. The following is the list-of-contributions : The Trustees, of the Hospital Ladies Aid-$25.00 tor. presents for the patients/ Mr. C. B.' Bowman-$10.00 Jor presents tor the patients. The Scott Fruit Co.-7 His. holly. Geo. Kerr & ,Go.rT-l case each of oranges and apples.' Trustees ot the, Hospital Ladies' Aid-12 doz; orangesj 10 Its. grapes and 1 bbl. grapeS, Robertson's Book Store sent magazines, a boK of cigars and loaned a gramophone for the Christmas season.^ Mr. Arthur Higittbiotham, Mrs. Duff, Maple Leaf-Chipter, No; 7, O.B.S., held their reguK.r meeting,Jast night In the Masoni.c.all.._Supper,.v?,as served at 6.30 to iiLariy seventy members, many of whom were accompanied by their husbands, and a word ol praise is due the committee who ihad.j'the-; supper arrangements in hand. " 'miev- tb.", general business of.'th'e'.e.yJeni',-. ivhlch followed, had been trahsaCtea," ' the Chapter was thrown open to vlsl-; tors, and the ceremony ot installing ' the officers for the ensulhg year pro: ceeded 'with. -Mrs. J. T. Graham, P.M.', acted as inEtalliug officer, ahd'.was as-' siBted by Mrs. McCleneghan, who act-! ed as marshall. The following officers were install, ed: W;M., Mrs. J. Jones;' W.P., Mr. J. T. Graham; A.M., Mrs. J. Young; secretary, Mr. J. Jones; .treasurer, Mrs. J. Brodie; chaplain, Mrs!, A. H. Humphries; Marshall, MrB^B,Crofts; . OrganlBt, Mrs. R.~ W. Long; -Cond.i iMrs. S. B. Mitchell; Asoc. Conc|;^M^B. D. A. Simpson; A., Miss Mamie-Gibson; R., Mrs. J. Gllmore; E.;'Mi:s. T. S, Fetterly; M., Miss Annie, Sang;' E., Mrs, G. H. Allison; Warden,-; Mrs. R. Lindsay; Sentinel, Mr. D. J. Hay. . Mrs. H. Scott, the retiring W.M. was ptsaentod with a Past aiatroh''s .jewel, and Mrs. Jones, the new-Mat j ron, was the recipient of. ai. ibi'ely, bouquet. Both ladies made fitting responses.. Songs by. Mrs;'Jones; Mr. Rannard, re reading by-^iMrs. McfJlen; eghan, and speeches by the' retiring and new officers made up the remainder of the evening's programme, during which Mrs. R. W. Long, as well as playing a pianoforte solo.-adter as acumpanist. Blue Ribbon , Coffee and Baking l^gwder Blue Ribbon, the name lignlfles all thatIs :bcst. Alwayii ask for Blue Rlbboii. Ci>ff66, Dakliiu Powder,. TeaT Bpioes,' Jeily. Pov/ders ar\d Extpaeta.. They will glve'perfect satiafacflon. Incident Shows Kitchener to be Almost Human London, Jan. 0.-The Chronicle says Lord Kitchener is so generally credited with an iron charactei: devoid of sentiment in matters affecting his great purpose that the following story of his thoughttulness. is of special interest. "At Sunderland, a woman with five sons in the army, lay dying. Her .one desire was to see her boys again, Four of the sons serving in .England reached home in 24 hours, their .expenses being'paid by the authorities, 1 tlie fifth son, howeverj was ;at the 'front, and there he had little;chance of the old woman'^s wish being tul-llUed. A Salvation Army officer wired to Jihe War Oflice, and came hack a reply over Lord Kitchener's signal ture, saying that if the son could be found he would_ lie sent home. Afterward came a wire to say> . the man was on his way home. He cvewtually landed in time to see bis /mother. The authorities paid Ws expenses, gave him a seven days' furlough and Ijation money. . - Transferred to' Wlnnlpen'-l >' A. J; tMarr, accountant at'the Bank of Montreal at Cardston for"' the .past -_- 11 three years, has been, transferred'to t' .' - Winnipeg branch. . ^fr'i'.f Thursdays-The Second Day Of the Hudson's Bay Company's Gigantic January Sale January Sale Grocery Savings " Quclity First" Phone 313 20-ffi sack Pure C�......... Peaches, good quality, per can^;......... 15c 10c 5c 10c 50c 22c 25c 10c 25c 10c 20c Idc 35c 15c ODAY MARKED THE OPENING of our Jamiaiy Sale. From early morning until late evening this popular s.h.opping centre was tlironged with pleased and enthusiastic purchasers. This is by far the most important disposal of "Quality First" merchandise this store has attempted--the prices are far less than is possible at tmy other season of the year. , Shop here tomorrow- and save money. . >. v > v |Ca93 January Sale Specials in the Shoe Section Footwear selling at much less than you ordinarily pay. Buy your footwear during this sale. Space does not permit mention of but a few lines-ever3'^ pair of hoots and shoes in stock" is" greatly reduced. ' - Men's Tan Calf Boots Men's Tan Calt"Blucher Boots, on good-fitting and up-to-datefl'asts-20 pairs only in this loL All sizes- 9C iRegular price $6.00 ...____^�f�C5l Ladies'Gmmietai Boots Ladies' Boots of selected gunmetal in dressy -i lilucher lost, heavy soles, suitable for winter wear. Very serviceable-- . tfO "(QQ Regular price $5,00............ ..9Cia�Kw' The "K" Boot for boys, a boot thatv every boy nWll appreciate, not only for appearance,' -but for style and comfort. Sizes CO OCci 11 to 1 in this line. (Regular $3.50 GlPls' High Leg Boots ^ Girls' High Leg Button style Boots, comesv in black only, well selected leather, very pop-:)ular new style; 12 pairs In this lot CO flfl Regular price $2.95............... *fc�WW For the Home . 50 piece Dinner Set White semi-porcelain with neat gold band, very-,pretty-- CC OC Complete ......... .........^OmCO Axininster Rugs Floral and Persian designs, rich deep pile, size 27x54- Worth $3.50 ..,...... $1.75 Inlaid Linoleums At lowest possible price, pattern goes right through to back, tiles, iblocks and florals. Regular fl.OO- TCf* Per Square A'^ard .............. f Mlw Cretonnes and Art Sateens Still a few pieces left, beautiful colorings, 31 inches wide, values from 35o to 75c. Per Yard......... 19c ALL WINDOW SHADES, DRAPERIES, OPEN STOCK DINNER WARE, CAR-PiETS,' RU GS, LIN OLE U M S ;4l'fftU N KS AND BAGS SPECIALLY PRICED^FOR., THIS GREAT CLEARANCE SALE. m m ;