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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WKIJNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 19M THE LETHIHUIKiE DAILY HERALD PACK NINB WOMEN'S CIVIC CLUB ANNUAL MEETING Klmihig to tlio civic Phones Res.1215 Office 1224 Now tlmt iic play an important tuirt In KffalrK of tho rlty, not wily lint also aa officn ImMerB, tlio U'o- inrn'n C'li-ln Chili or (lie Hoard nf Tiailo lins bocomt) nu Important In- H' almost in reach o! llicgoal, tomorrow evening. After busl- Ktitiitlon, nuil ut itiolr niiiun! nicctliiB "c liai1 I'fUy nfar captutcd ness, a social time ivill -Us in oriler. tills afternoon imula for! 'flic '.Jmiloc .Uuilcl .of HI. .Mary's work o; Hm yoar Just onlcrcit Hlic" caino with the swill- cliurclMnet last i. Tlio julilivss al .Mrs. "rss of llalll'! ovming ilcclrlcil to put on .1 I'lar. K ilpoi Arlliur HUM. 'whim rcillowB work of [ho past year; To ilio Member a ot WQIHOIL'H Oivlo Club fit inn Lothbrlrlgo of Trade: Tlio (31 smiicthnti to- wards the cinl ol the month. s.- Tho report o[ the -work of tho oluh 1913 {s KraltrVlriF; UK rfH. us wo liavft In our small way 5ji farryitiR out thn n'ulia motto, "A It may not hnvo unc-n by lirnutiiylng Iho j Hy ItHulf, but when wo Ht'lp our I innii nlonjr (lie! of IIfn ivo purely heroin :it tins vory foundation of an. imler his rre.v -Ilo had run al HID tup ol his llr had fouglil till UK- rauiris wns Tlie annual meeting of Si. Oypri-1 the win- an's Woman's Auxiliary will he held tomorrow afternoon at H is ,vnry ifnporlaut, that all mcmhera Rut lie lost al llie last Tlie Follow Almost Won. It's hnnl to IIP back in the Huncli. With novrr y in Hie rauf, ll'it it's worsn in lose out when you've pone tlip ivhflle roiile you're held to Hie liefirl-hreak- tlie annual will be officers defied for the en- suing in tin- Krllou.- Kurly In tlin year tho clnh was ;ip- jn'oac'hrd hy n delegation o! Indies interested in ;i girls TO si room, asked In ivhai tlio cluh fnu'il holp. It was decided to furnish htjnXs for a Hinal] library, anil these ii-nro afterwards collected nnd turned over to tho eoiniiilttuo in, charge. You may liitul' You tr.ay done f" Hut sonic-how to me there is lio Alm our turned (o tho pardons nnd .flowers of the private ami wo felt time inoro Inter- est mlfilit be uroiiRCfl In if FM offered. So Iho club donated to.ir prtzos for huvr.s or flowers, and one grand prize, a silver cup, for hotli combined. hope tnla year that n creator Interest may be. taknn In tho I raro of tlio gitnlPHs round tlie homos, j Tlie Companions of tlici Koresf held a well attended meeting in Kt. Miiry'fi, parish hall last evening when HIP following ofiteers u-cro installed A. Mordnn. .1. IV T. Arnold. C1. A. Arnr.M. S. rvink. I A. K. Jrnlpy. i n Skinner, j lusjile Hopkins. Mr.H. Hall. Oulsiilc }'ankliurst. .Mrs. C. li. A social time U-IIK enjoypil at ihe J Mrs. K. J. Cordon. iOOS Sixth close t.f thc evening, anil it WHS rlc- Avp., S. to a whist ilrivp in St. Mary's paii-Mi hall on Monday, Jan- Miss Marion Smith lias returned in lfltl1- Kflnionton to resume her studies at tlie university. The I'collieon class held its annual nicetitig' last evening, when the. most Dr. and Mrs. R. C. McC-'lurc left important business transacted last on a week's visit in Kd the election ot ufliccrs for thc year. Tliej- aic ot CoinmiaBicner Jves, a committee o' for In this ive can ail help o-.ir city bnautlful. In lllia connection we might mon- tlon Iho work Ji> UR in trying to nioiiBD tile. City Couni-.il to the nood ot BomotlilnK hrlng dono to Improve tlio wretched condition of our cenie- lery After long waiting n. plan wna flna'ly given to the club, hut this Is not entirely satisfactory, .is very lit.- tlo grottml Is alicxwed for public beau- tlfk-ation, ahtl we liopo this mlgbt lin re-constdercrt by the prrsont Commla- sionrrs, arid something more worthy of oar city lie iidoitlr.tl. Wn M-lsli (o thank tho nianager of UndBon'ii Hoy Ca, wlio kindly {jnvo us twenty-five trees, planted In tlin public ceinctorj" as o start the rlfiht Tho Fair coming on after this, tbo club decided lhat a rent-room would n very great convenience lo tho visitors, esiieoinUy to tired mothers (Yotu the outlying n wliore they mlglit rest them- and their children, and In that wonderful liivigoralor of moat women, a cup ot tea. Tlila was nc- nosiiplislicd, nnd wo Ihink the result V.MB ciioupivi to prove tbat our efforts were not in vain. At tlift request Tracy ami Indies was formed to tutori-leiP' ftoino of our niercliants, and find out how prices compared, wholesale and re- tail, n-nrt (lie result was given to Mr. Trncy to uso in work. In view of the high coat of living1, tho club ilo- r.'ded Hut sojnoiblns- might be dono to eusurp coiTect weights and irieaa- iires, nnd a lot tor was sent lo tho found! nsklnff U It'w-oro not f.ossMo to cntorco llio of tlie city arnica in tho weighing of coal, etc., and ntao to inspect Ilio n trisckstera. chanco for msjiy of us to our franchise, granted by tiio 1P13 Coun- cil in tho now charter, tho olnh as a wlido decided to take soino pnrl In the cleciiwis, A nil nsketl a :innjbor of Iho candidates for tho different misstojiorslilps to nrldrobs a. public mentinp cuik-d bj' Urn club, BO that wo might havo a clmnca of judging oui-flclvos (ho jquaUficatlons cf tho several candidates, Tlicso moolingft were well nltendcil hy tlio In flonorai aim goes to show 'what could accotnpllsli In tlio future should tlio need ever occur for a volo for right. But lot us hopn wo mav nhvnya lio Messed with men iviinsa uim First. Wo worn next approached by .Mayor llardio nskinp Ibat wo might tako up in aid o[ a snnHnrinm for tubercular cases, tbo ilay appointed -U. Though tho tlnio allowed for proper organization P.TIH vory short, Ihe club feola proiul of iho results, as Oio laisod ivjifi over a anlendlrt simu-ing for tlio good-fcclins of our During Ihu yc.ir wo hnvo listened with ploaBiiro to many of riur Inont husincRR merij a menu lwf.ro Dr. C. b'. P. Conyl-i'aro, K.C.; The Aifc Xccrtlc-work Club will en-' tcttaiu the luisliantls of thc meinljcrs at thc home of Mis. 0. M. Dcvine. when ai feature. oyster supper is in he and scnlos This being the first Mr. Mr I'. Trnc-y, ('oininlf-slonpr of Consniorco and M.in- nnd Dr DaVohfr wo'.ild nol forfiet our own sjbv, for on joyed .Mrs. O. C. :Ed- who coino fl.nd spoho j.he of tho National Council of '.Vo- mon; -Mrs. iMc-KUIon, who read nn on (hat munli-rllacuRaed and vexing fiueslloji nnd Sastf hut. nnt least by WIHflhire, on "Tho Woman closing tills I iiiiusl tO (J if Jit TV. E. nrantlow. JJixon. Diser. Winnie Assistant Allison. Conlin. ('ouvcncrs of GciuiriiilliT.s, :Miss Uowsclt anrt Miss Olive Disrr. The Auditorium Club, G. I. A. to Look-Out anrl Ilal- ?J. of L. (ms issued penny. tions 'o a dance, to la1 held in lhe Kress. K. of P. hall on Ktiilay evening, .Ian- The class has now a membership n! navy .forty, and they are furnishing a class room in Wesley Hail, which they hope Much interest centres in thc stcoiul 1" hnvr. nirHy furnished in a week or ol ti.t- series oi Tennis Oances, ivjiich two. will he held in llie S.O.E. hall on They cordlaUy invite each and cv- Friday night, and the Attendance will ery young lady oi the city to nicet j dmiht be large. .with (hem on Sunday afternoon at ff !three o'clock. Mrs. W. H. McCassiey, Twelfth St., H., iV, will receive on Saiurday. The Erre for 3U-KngHsh classes attctnoon twr the nrst time sinvo her start again on Friday cvpning at Carriage. ltl ;SL Kirst 1 I church. and 5fts. J. E. Woilell and family expect to leave at end ot i The annual meeting .ol St Paul's the week for Calgary, where they Find Lutheran church was helrt last vtll resiclo in future. thc fonnwLng ompeTS were elected [or thc ensuing year J. C. Uelger. P. J. M. H'oslyng. S. Cro.st, npacons-Mr. T- H. Sparger and Auditing; J. C. Gci- Mr. A. KIYKS am! Mr. If. A quid ivediling at Knox nmnsB at noon by the Rov. A. O. when "Miss ___.......... Alice Amelia McHevftolds was joined Mr. J, Alircna. In marriage to Michael Pil- rliak, lioth ol Doth bride Mr. and and groom were i MM. PiJchak wil? rrsido in the city. The financial reports of the varioiw societies will he nuiilished nt an eir- dntc. A nulet wedding was. rt BolemhtzoJ Year's Day at' At Jast nfghts reptilac mci-tlns of IHS'L noon, at' Miss Clnptc-r Mo. Tv Orrler of AvIVdn. nrecnjcl'Jest daughter of Mrs. Hie Knstern Star, ifio officers elected A. KasmiiBEep. lipeamn thc.bride or for year '.834, wore Mr. Hector N. Maiheson of RS follows: BtoUe, B.C., son of Mr. J. T. Graha. Matheeon of Montreal. Bishop Hark- Ccntf.. Mra. J. J, err perforniRrt [ho ceremony in lhe presence nf only near friends and ve- S. Mitchell; secretary, Mtp.3 treaaurer, Mrs.' A, E. latives. After spendinp a fc-w days c'.iaplifn. it A. vlstiJng hi Calgarv, sou; A., Manilo Cilhson: Tl., Mre, I Mr, and Mrs. Mntheson will nroceM J- Gllmoro; Mrs, T. S. Vrt'torly? to their Colombia home. The M.- Mrs. Allison- 1-1., iMrs. A. .lack: j hrldo was iwpuiar En ttio ynung- '.vnrdrr, MTI. Uiifisp.y. j er set -here, and her presence will Tho W.M.-elect, Mrs. Tfrph 'was oot InstaMo-l, owinj- lo hcc nb-! he jrreMly missed from future social functions, M-r. Matheson is also pro- minont, he brJnK formerly connectpd with the in which he murio a wlilo acti'.iainlRnco. aenro from thc city. After the chnptor eluded, AND SOCIETIES Tin; Six-Six cluti will meet this evening vich Jliss (Scncvieve Hatira- han. T'nc. Junior Roys' liiblc class nl St. i Cyprian's church will hold n so- cial al tonight in Um parish ronin. A ,-f (The Chosen Friends will Ii0ltl their regular meeting in Hurgmann's hall SB hart ron- .1 sumptuous banqiml, nrnvld. od hy tue bonrd of offjeorp, was enjoyed by a larpe nnmbor or inoin- bors nnd visitors, Included the Ifittcr beinc a ever A! inenfoera of ConMalc Chapter. inatrumentnl and vocal. In- turspersod with a feu- sperch'sa. help- Rd r. pleasant avctilng, tho moat pleasing items, porhaps, being the senlntion of a P.M. Jewel to the retir- ing Worthy -Matron, Mrs. ,1. T. Grnliam, iho Rift the (I'mpicr, nnd a sniiablo acknowledgment of tho ser- vices of lhe roUriny Becretary, Gibson. ihniliiRss and oonftlileration of mo dur- ing my Ulneaa, nnd the anxious timo I 'spent Ti-hilu my hush and and family were filck. H will ho appro- clnlcd hy us, and looketl hack on with pleasure. muHi he made of Iho offl- ciejit work of our Scc-rotnry-TrcnHurer SAO PAULO COMPANY FAILS San Paulo, nnujl, Jan. fail- uro was announced here of the Company of Sao Pnu'lo.' 1'iio failure. Involves forty hanhn in tavns of tbo fit-Uo of Sao to whom IB duo a great deal of tho I .Tno hanhs .Rffocted were nil of work thin year, also 10 faithful monibera who attended so rogultmy and worked ao hard rr.ak- Ins fi namo for our clultj nol only in our own city, but In tho towns round 11 R. May Ihn club have Rreatftr HUCCGPA In Iho future and -beccmio a great ben- efit in UB metnlicrR and In making thin Lcthhrldge HeauHful. Rcfipectfiilly Ruhmlued1, D. RKID, (o ho iho pi-iticlpal crodltora fonndcJ by iho Com- p-any, So-vora.i foreign banks are said to ne Iho principal creditors. Jamrs Short, K.O fs the 19U chair in A A ot Iho Calvary school hoarJ, W. S. Copelnnd, formerly principal of Potrolca public flchor.l, wah kllleil by fnlllnff down n shnft ia his raino at Victor, Col, TO- THE SECOND DA Y OF OUR ANNUAL and judging from the unprecedented enthusiasm displayed on 'this, the opening day, we anticipate a still greater rush of eager buyers Tomorrow. English White Cotton Crochet Bed Spreads MeJiuni weight, snnn-y white bed spreads in full 'Jo'.ible bed Blze, mnUe from exua lisrd I'.vlet six strand cot- Ion yarn, nrr.i tk'signaj vllhoiu a doubt lhe hsst in appearance and the wearing hed spreads tlmt you can buy at any OG pi ice. size 72VJO; Saie 9 Genuine Eiderdown Comforters This Pure Arctic Down ie collected on tho Bbores Hudson's Bay and taken to England. Tliero made up in- to tho lightest, yet bed com- forts known to modem science. crings arc of fast color down orcof Art Spleen, while Ihe dainty designs and colorings leave nothing to be de- sired. Sizes are CO pC January Sale 1'iice English Witney Blankets UVwl JllaaketB. mado in Wit- ney, Oxfordshire, England, from soft fleecy .unshrinkable wool, and as an extra convenlento for washIng each hlp.r.koL Is on i and flnUhed single. pink or sky irhir striped bor- ders. Rl7e C4x84. Sale CO Oft price per puir........... Nottingham Lace Curtains Only about 50 palra tlicae and at lhe prlco we arc quoliag are sure to be snapped by the early buyers. Mtvde iu off cell ve Bingle border de- aigna with plain find noat motif cen- trcf nnd finished the praetlcaJly indcfiiructlbio colbert or scalloped edges. 3lzo 46 inches wide liy yards long and come In or ecru. Sale prtce pf pair 89c 15c Window Shades Crrnni -or. Green Rtamlnrd size 3V hy T2 Ojmane Sliades, mouui- ed on snlf-actliift spring rollers. with brackets. c.ch.....................3HC English Wash Cretonnes A r osii pi etc clearance oi sbont a In most effective suitable foi' cus-hlon covers, EtiJe drapes, Kox Cnvera etc.. light cr med- ium siiadings. SO to 32 Inches uide and sell in orJinnry way at prices up to All reduced for January Sale nt Cathedral Madras A dura bio- Art Muslin In SS Inch and obtains Its nama from tlio wonderfully ronllotlc stained glass ef. feet rC'iN-oiliirod tn tho dfilgns. Jan- iinry Snlo Price, per 1 O 1 DD NEWS TRAVELS tike Mil fire, and it rcrtninly most Knlifyiiig Id us lo sec such a liosl of shrewd Imyci's visil our Sloro fills mnrninfi, ns a mark of Ilieir npprecialion tif efforts to place Jhcin .Tier chnndise of our stundnrd deli- ;iblc ffii.'ililics, nt prices so much ioiv- linvc ever before lieen orl even at store of low pric- es and high they not only purclui.ied liberally for their own requirements, hut innde a point of felling the good news to all of their neighbors, with the result that more business has been transacted, more customers delighted, Ibis afternoon than has ever been previously accom- plished in this store since its incep- tion, and we say without fern- of con- tradiction, never has such n cnrnival of real economies been offered for your acceptance in the annals of re- tail merchandising in this section of the seldom, if ever, equalled in any of the lurgesl relnil centres of Ihe East. Remember, this is no ordinary sale where a few items are put on sale at reduced prices with the idea of get- ting the people in and inuuL-iiii; iiioui lo buy other goods al ordinary prices. But at this Sale you cannot buy any- thing in Dry Goods, Ready-to-wear, Carpels, Crockery, Men's Furnishings or llool and Shoe Departments at full price. Every article in'these departments bears substantial reductions from our ordinarily low selling prices, and as a further incentive lo shrewd buyers, several lines in Groceries in which we are al present overstocked are also reduced below actual cost of produc- tion. Our orders state that stock must he reduced and these, orders must be obeyed, no matter what the loss may bu. We hear on all sides lhal money is tiybt, all Ihe more reason why you should attend tin's sale and thereby have your money realize Ihe fullest ainotml of purchasing power (hat 1ms ever been placet! within your reach. Sale lasts for Ten Days only, after which lime slock remaining unsold win revert to former prices. Space does not permit mcnliqix lo he made of more than a few items specially priced for this few brief bints only are given. Come and sec for yourself .that wliat say wo mean and we promise we do. Ladies' Newest Styles Winter Coats The rninplutB ylearanco .balance of our this season's latest Imports lions Trorn Now York find other rec- ognued fashion centres. IDvory mator.'al and orory novelty sty-Jo fa Our regular run uii to 527.50 and we are quite aafu in statins ninny stores would mark same stylr.tt and qualities at ;ill go In at January AC Sale attach Balance of Ladies' Tailored Suits Ts'ot an accumulation ot ntylaa of Iwo or thico year a old, but every one of tlie present season's importations. Complete range o: Misses' 16. 18 and 20 slzea and Ladies' 31 to 40 bust. Excellent values at former prices up to AJ1 reduced Oft (or tbis at U.UU. Ladies' House Dres- ses and Wrappers Made up in neat Elytra from those quiet anil conservative patUrna 1n light and medium shades of warrant- ed Fast Color English Printa of un- ilWBtioned durability. Sizes 34 to AO bust measure. Regular to Sole price Men's Superfine Cashmere Socks Regular ow, 6Po and qualities iu all pure wool Uojna and Saxony Cashmern Sochs. Somo In plain. others in neatly do signed 6ilk em- troidered fronts. All elrea 3y> to 11. At this Bale per Boys' Fleece Underwear Complete range ol all twyV from 22 to 32 tnoa chest eilra fine quality fleece lined ckirta nnd drawcri. All (o no ed at ouch C3C Men's Suspenders The faraoua AllllUTT made from euperlor wabblnff, not only; serves the purpose ot an oral nary BUS- rcnder but Is invaluable; EA A chest supporter. OtJier. Itnos la ordip.siry' style with pliable leather ends. Reg, 6oc for ..t bww Men's Famous Blacksmith Boot An otlra durable and .smart style hoot, Iianil mode iri Etiglandj from Oak Burk tanned solid leatbir. ejm- lilnos British duality with American style. All sizes In black or tan. cellent value orOIimrlly (f M at SO. 50; only Men's Tan Calf Bluchers Tins lino or tan pair bluchers. and lft.50 stock, sniintl, ilnratilo narttciilnrly Bmt.rt alylps. All OQ at pur j'Uir Anil hundreds of olhcr equal- advantageous nderinKS in Uulics', Meii's, Hoys', Girls', Misses' and Childrea's lioois, Shoes, Slippers, Kubliors, nnd Overshoes. Come nnd gel your .share. ;