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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta WedneMday, January 8,11>T3. THE LETHliHIT*GE DAILY HERALD Pa Re � MILADI PHONES Office 1224 Res. 1115 THOUGHTS FOR 1913, He-, trite to your -word, yi 1909. iShc i iien;;married tlife. late Sir .Wik: Ab�y, who, then was 04 years of age, and gave.to his bride the freehold of his country houseya'' cheque for $'25,000, a tiara: coronet  set with diamonds and pearls and two automobiles.'' � m * . A very happy event occurred this afternoon, when..'the Ladies' Aid ; of Wesley church/met (at, the onurch and proceeded to the home of Mrs. A. Southard, who leaves the city shortly for California.- Mrs. Southard 'has been connected 1 with,Wesley Aid for eighteen or nineteen years and has been its e-ilic.in1 .secretary for twelve years, and the ladies felt that they "could not let her leave the city without at least a .slight recognition.of her valuable services. On behalf of the society the president, Mrs. Livingston, presented Mrs. Southard with a lovely cameo lirooch. Needless to say Mrs. Southard was pleased with the kindly thought of the ladies, and suitably acknowledged tho gift. . A social time was spent over the I lea cups, when tea was poured by i Mrs. W. A. Hamilton and the dainty viands passed by Mrs. O. J, Courtice, j Mrs. T. S. Fe'ttcxly.and Mrs. Huf- j uer, companions in office with the ru- I i [ring officer. ' * * * j Mr. 11. T. Henderson has returned from Spokane. While away he visited � Creat Falls, Missoula and Big Timber, j Montana, I ' ' * 1 a London dispatch ' sa>i : Minn Johanna Redmond, daughter of Mr. i -John Redmond, who was married hero today to Mr. Maxwell Green, chairman of the Irish prison- board, received from the speakor and Mrs. Lowtlier an aquamarine pca,rl brooch, I Lord and Lady Aberdeen sent to the bride some Irish lace and a mother of pearl fan, and to the hridegrooni an Irish silver loving cup. The Irish Lord Chancellor and Mrs. Redmond Barry sent to the bride an Irish-silver potato ring. Lord and Lady Haddo's gift was a pair of silver mounted decanters. � f* tt * A London dispatch states : The announcement of an engagement which will unite the ducal houses of Rutland and Sutherland is expected shortly. The couple arc the Marquis of Grauby, sou and heir of the Duke of Rutland, and Lady Rosemary Lcv-�eson-Gower, the only surviving, daughter of the Duko and Duchess of Sutherland. From a financial point of view the engagement is not brilliant, for neither tho Rutlands nor the SutUcr-lands, considering their position have a superabundance of the world's goods. The Duke of Sutherland recently sold Stafford House, London, to Sir Wm. Lever, who purposes to -present it to the nation for' a museum. .$325.05 $10.38 71.60 18.11 057.25 10.55 J 59.50 -10.08 OLUBS AND SOCIETIES The third -meeting in connection with the week of prayer will be held this evening' in St. Andrew's Church, wheal the subject, "Religion in the Home," will be taken by Air. J. D. Hig-inbotham and Rnv. T. P. Perry. The annual meeting of the Women's Civic Club, which should have been held on Thursday'next, has been postponed, owing to the meeting of tho Macleod PresbyWial St the \V. H. M. S. in Knox Church,untll Thursday, January 16.'' � �. *  -'� The members of the W. C. T. U. ate reminded of a special meeting; which will be held in the Y. M. C. A. auditorium, on Thuvaday 'afternoon, January 0, at 3.30. Every member is earnestly requested to be present.  � *.  - The annual parishioners' meeting of St. Cyprian's Church was held last evening, aiid the report submitted by the waTdens was most creditable. Mr. J. R. Wellington was elected rector's warden, and Mr. A. Hayr peo-pie's warden, both being elected unanimously. The vestry was elected as follows: Messrs. Boyd, D. A. Simpson, Jackson, Morgau, Straker, Wood, Downer, Young, Bartlett, Carver, Wakelin and Dodmau. Lay delegates elected to the Synod were: Messrs. D. A. Simpson, J. R. Wellington and A. Hayr: with substitutes E. Jackson, R. G. Strakur and .1. Morgan. iMr. W. li. Scott was appointed vestry clerk, and Mr. R. G. Straker and Mr. C, It. Young, auditors. It is pleasing to note that, the Sunday school baa increased to an enrollment of over two hundred, and the teaching alaff has increased from nine to fourteen during the year. Votes of thanks were passed to the rue tor, Parish Auxiliary, organist and choir, vestry clork, Altar Guild and wardens. A short financial summary follows: Res. Exes. Bal. Sunday school $375.33 Choir Fund .. 80.71 ! Parish Aux. . . 070.So a. y. i*. a. . . 100.5s _____ The finances of the Church are in excellent shape, i.he assets, exceeding tho liabilities by 'over s3000 more than the previous year.  * � Tho X. I. X. o.luli met with Airs. Crosby, Dominion block, yesterday afternoon. The ladies spent a pleasant time with thimbles, and inviting viands were nerved by tho hostess at tlie tea hour. *  * Owing to the stormy weather yesterday afternoon, the annual meeting of St. Monica's Guild of St. Augus-tin's Church was postponed, and will be beld next Tuesday. All the ladies of the congregation, both members of the Woman's Auxiliary and St. Monica's Guild are asked to meet at 3.M0 on Tuesday next. This will be a most, important meeting, and the ladies are urged to attend. � � * The animal parishioners' meeting of St. Augustin's Churcii was held last evening, with tho rector Rev. Canon Murrel-Wright in the chair, and was well attended. The report of the wardens was presented by Mr. E. A. Sharman, and shewed a good balance on the right side in all the funds. Mr. c. B. Bowman was appointed by the rector and Mr. K. D. Johnson was unanimously elected by the meeting as church wardens for 1013. The following were elected to the vestry: Messrs. R. E. Sherlock, W. Ingram, G. W. Robinsqn, J. F. Simpson, H. D. Williamson, E. Hickling, G. H.� Harmon, A, C. Raworth, E. A. Shar-man, C. II. West, E. V. Dooley and G. 13. White. Mr. *H. Tennent was elected clerk of the vestry, and Mr. E. V. Dooley was re-elected envelope secretary, with the following committee: Messrs. A. C. Raworth, N. Blunt," H. Tennent, S. Salt,! C. E. Oarberry, Seaman. C E. Sydal, F. Colpman, P. Scarth and R. I-I. Rutledge. Lay delegates to the Synod were appointed as follows: Messrs. J. F. Simpson, K. A. Sharman and W. Ingram, with substitutes H. D. Williamson ,E. V. Dooley and W. M. Harris. Messrs. G. H. Harmon and G. W. Robinson were appointed auditors. The cemetery board was re-elected and comprises Messrs. C. F. P. Cony-, beare, K.C., D.C.L.; W. Ingram, G. W. Robinson and C. B. Bowman. The following financial summary is most gratifying: Rec. Exes. Bal. Gen. act. .. 3148.00 $3087.37 $ 60.63 Cap. act. . . 8223.25 7000.57 1222.68 Miss. act. . 577.58 577.55 .03 Organ act. 204.25 204.25 Cemetery . 321.17 1.06.21 224.96 B8 Get a Botije 'r.,', , Appointment nomination comin'itjtee.' Hymn. ' " ''' " '�'''�"": v Closing prayer, Mrs. MoKUlop; Reception of delegates'.' V" Afternoon Session, 2 P.m. Hymn' 328. Bible reading-Mrs. A. C. Bryan � Prayer-Mrs.- Gardiner. Minutes of Morning Session. ' Address of welcome-v-Mrs. McKlllbp. Reply, Mrs. G. Hamilton. President's address'. Hymn 23U. \ Our Annual January Opened This Morning Witlra.'graud throng of eagpr ami enthusiastic shoppers-Immense crowds have kept our staff more than busy all. day long, and as anticipated every one who visited our store on this tlie opening day^of the greatest bargain giving event ever presented to.the citizens of Lethbridge and Dist-' rict, were amazingly surprised and wholly satisfied with the price savings they were able to effect With the reiiui rkable values we are offering, it is only reasonable to expect that the enthusiasm which marked the opening of this sale will be steadily maintained throughout the whole ten days of the sale uud we would respectfully request that nil who possibly can, will do their shopping as early in the day as possible. We-hero enumerate a few of tho special Sale items. Hundreds .more equally as advantageous awaiting your acceptance. Ladies' Dressy Silk Blouses Ladies Blouses, in nets, chiffons, silks and messalines-many of this season's latest novelties included in this lot - black, white and every wanted color; every wearable size among them -a clean up of all odd lines that were formerly-marked as high as ?9.00-reduced to .................................. $2.65 $2.25 Ladies' Delaine Blouses Of pure wool; neat and dressy patterns, in light and dark grounds. Included in this are a limited quantity of pure wool flannel blouses in navy, or cardinal; also Jap silks in white and navy-all plain tailored shirt style- regular ?3.50, for............... Ladies' Morning Blouses 111 dark colors and neat patterns, in velour,. flannelettes and cashmerettes-all sizes- "7R#* regular up to ?1.50, for................. IOC A Special Blouse Purchase In white linens, cords and vestings, in plain tailored shirt style-all made with tho popular double collar and cuffs. This is a manufacturer's over-stock In this season's very newest lines-regular values up to $2.75-all to go at .............................. Warm Kimonas and Bath Robes Ladies' Eiderdown Dressing Sacques Made from pure wool eiderdown, in grey, cardinal and vieux rose-some trimmed with self color; others with contrasting colors; c4 "7K silk braid-regular up to $3.00, for *& I � � 3 Ladies' Full Length Dressing Gowns In all plain shades of wool eiderdown; also many daintily patterned blanket robes, trimmed with contrasting colored satin bands and long fancy girdle-regular ?6.50, 54 85 Muslin Crepe and Velour Gowns In an almost limitless variety of daintily bewitching designs-regular 53.00, ^ 95 Infants' Eiderdown Kimonas, reduced Dressing *JC Ladies' Bed J)Cn Sucgues. �vC Socks...... Cww $1.25 Royal Worcester Corsets A special purchase of manufacturers', over-make Royal Worcester Corsets, steel filled, made of French. Coutil, low bust, extra long hip and. skirt and have six Elastic 'hose supporters; worth $2.25 for........ $1.25 Ladies' Wash Dresses In Ginghams, Prints, Percales and Muslins, In pretty stripes, checks and plain colors, trimmed with fine Swiss embroideries; splendid In afternoon or party wear- former prices up co $10-00-now put up lei0 T......$2.75 and $3.95 Men's Wear Men's Work Shirts A large roomy shirt, well .made from heavy weight cotton drillette, in dark grey and fawn shades, with neat pjiv stripes-real cheap CC�% at 85c-during this sale.....VwC Men's Grandrill Shirts Made in England from best English Grandrill, grey grounds, with red and white neat stripes. A shirt that will withstand the hardeBt us- IJJ"_ ago. Sale price.............OvC Men's Flannel and Tweed Shirts. Good heavy flannels and tweeds,' fashioned^into real roomy shirts that mean solid comfort for men working dut-of-doors. All sizes 1 i ft Sale Price ..... ....... 9 I � I U Men's Pants Two hundred pairs Men's Odd Pants in tweeds, worsteds and mackinaws. Worth up to $3.75 ;d,issenslp�s whj,ch were rending the party: He said, however, that lie wpuloVspeak*out a-t the p�pper pjrimflnt $,nd,'ind|ca,'vSd Saturday's conference as v a proper time for making a statement-, j ^ ... At the previous  meeting, of Lancashire Unionists"all 'tfepopers'� rivefe excluded while the party�'�vdifferences'! ^were being "discussed. ' -', In Unionist circles .it. is, admitted �tlinti the Lancashire:iiaee$ngp,will de-' cide the fate of Mt. Bonar Law as leader. It any resolution calling for a 1 THE BRITISH AND London, Jan. 8. "�- British government official returns show that Canada sent here last year twenty-ouo i and a half million hundred 'weight ol wheait, this ../being the largest importation by anv one country, the EJast Indies leading with twenty-five millions. s3jjrliyT,/> spirits. The nYos't" notable. featur,o:,s., .. , the year's statistics relating tp^ tlia ' /Vrt, British exports to , Canada�jj^stiig!,' -f.'-h < riteadv diop lhrf'the export eW #$K' , material and a corresponding sfciUlyr.,,. 1 increase 111 finished products. - 1 3 c ;