Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1914 THE LETHBItl.PUH I) A Y H E H A PAGE XING WILL GO IK fllY MUNIS SOLICITOR THINKS CITY HAS MORE DEAD THAN LIVE 'ONES ON TAP Consolidation ot thn CJIJ-'K bylaws tvab illstusfccil :il the commissioners1 iiurfiiig this Jtiorrtmg ulien Oity So- lifitnr Hall wns ju-esout. Mr. Ball M.ijeil lhat the city now has 220 by- Ifiws in nil, Including inoncj' bylaws, nnd llmt alMJLit 100 of thcrn are, liv- ing. He gave it- as tik opinion also tho city was over-govcrefifd in matiy lespei'ls, hut when asknrl by tlin mayor, in surest sonic changes, lie ttcniiiried on gcnuuri Hi at the nminiissioners were appointed in leg- islate nrnl lie furry out their instructions. H is likely, howe.vrr, that Mr. Hall will tlm living Ijybiws nnd h'ini; in n general report pointing out that [nipht lie dispensed willt I alKn ing where two or liiree i (if (lift !aus ccr.jld Irt1 conBfjll- dalivt iulo one. hist when the mayor was giving it n-' his ijpir.iim tlial the eity hail too inah> ho was hand- Jr. anil Mrs. 1 tuas Tiiylnr, Victoria this cvrniiig in linnor of Miss lilack, .el tlic Cinlt liosvital stun, leaves 'shortly to reside at hel hcnne in Ker- ens. nf Miss ilelen McKil- niglil Heralrt. Mr.s. Tillry lhc trcaslircr-s re- creditable sll0wing. It follows -in lull .72 lop, returns on Rat to l--dnionton. iCaili an lionrt. ,11st Dec. J31i MIE. K. X. lligintotliam v.-as a tea Int. in 31, 131'2 hour hostess (his in cour- Int. to June 30, tcsy to JIUs Helen Mawburn, ol Cal- Int. to Dec. 31, jnu gatyJ Mrs. T. R. Xeale tea Proceeds from Hxhibltinn .amf Miss Phyllis.IliKinhotham passed Donalions ..2.00 dainties. Sonic fiileeii pv.fsts froin Ileralil Contest '3.20 joyed the bright little affair. -Fees received i......................... 2'C.50 "Tag Day" 535.75 Miss Forgie entertainer! at dinner on Monday in honor oi Miss Hlnck, liny resigned her position as nipbt Pccrelary's salary, 1012 ni .Miss lllack's relatives anil most Fraehf llros........................... inlimule Irirnils wevr biiliien. AHcr Terrill Klor.nl idinner, tbe remainder OL tlic nt Ivxliibition vs-as spent al the NurseB' home, ivherc. prb.es for lawns, etc. Received from S l.OQ i 3.flft COMMITTEES HAVE BEEN AP- POINTED AND THE COUN- CIL MEETS TONIGHT nnvmnml, .Inn. nu'et- ot (Sic ttiun cnunrjl fnr Hie year I'll! was licW at ilic tnwn hall Mcimlay night, i'lie oh] council witlt I'ivans, tiic payroll and srl llcil up UifJr busiiifss anij turned Uir cvrr to Mnyor-olcct Mark V. l.rtixall. The now councillors wfro cArrjit. A. Dalil, ivlio :s ntviij- in I Hah. After subscribing to tlie until of otlKT tho nirclinr, itiwt this evening. Tlif1 tnnyor made (lie following up- jioinlnionts fnr committee uoi-k V.'. (I. T .1. O'- Hrirn, Aillnir Ilnlil. WorkR nml I'roiicrts- ,t. r. t-'ahonn, Kir.pst Start. Kirc, nnd K. Sal- mon, 8tark, Arthur Dahl. McmKp and ,K M'llricn, K. Plark, K. Court.' Hr.-illli niiri Krnrst St.irk, Gen. K. Cniirt, .1. V. Pnlmon. informal tiiusicnl. jirogrnni by all. N'cw V-ear's rails were vrry popti- lav yesterday and many .Indeed uero took the opportunity of callinp; on Mrs, W. -f. Armstrong, who wns at home for the runt time! this year. The hostess mcived her guests a very chic ilrt'ss of black silk with lonclics oi putple. Fotn, palms ami yellow iinnms werp pretty in drcoration. j Mrs. .3. K. Ttrrill povited (ea. while A. II. McCiincc served the bn'.ir dninUes. 1 Tho OUnvra Kvoiiing Journal in a K. A. for cup l.etli. Atuo t'n. Secretary's salary rnsUpe, Allievra Assn. for Prevention ut Tnbe-rciilosis 4.85 30.00 S.50 7-50 21.00 1-25 report of a Children's lancy costume Mf'J h on hand......................... y S.StJ The o'Jicers were ejected for the j year as follows r .K F. Simpson. j First Second A. M. Socrctarr-Treasurrr Mrs. .John Downer, Hur- nctt, Kcirl, Sherlock, Morris, I hall giiTH ;r( Itlftcnn IlaH the Duchess ot Comiaujjlil ami princess Pfttricitij inclmlos Ihn folio wing Inr.i( Interest "The son nnd iln tVr of Mr. Havid WnrnocU, M.K, and thaiti and M den. Under tho heading of now business I following was decided on That a Iptter lie. written the MTR. u-prc .in Attendance, commissioners asking' them dcfinft the work of the Caretaker at Higinhuiham, iltteof the ccTiip.tPrv. .MIS.'R. 'nccomiuinml hy (hfir mother. JT.rs1lc Wtimoi'hj as Focf-et-me-noi, wore an utulcuktrl Of Hue satin Irim- Tillpy amh MTS, ncW nit" IorRet me-nots anri B (n rcvisc the constitution isalln tunic cut to represent- leaves. (3l j FnrAM-mc-nols were iisei] to trim the Ml'- .vole and alcoves, anil rhc wore grren sfockings and blue sUncs. Mnnter Mel- jville. Wnrnock was a Knave of Clubs In n tin suit wllh a Io0se n satin U( OSH n committe to i rr Trluh rnons J Tint ihc H J: 1 n FRIDA THE THIRD DA Y OF OUR sale offers you the best chance of the season to buy seasonable goods suitable for your immediate and future wants at prices that have never before been equalled Buy your Lino and Floor Oil Cloth Friday Every piece of Kloor Oil Cloth nnd Joiujj 3e spnclaJly vprJced fur Uil5 Stotcli and makuh hi neat and c'Vi-j-y wanted coloring. Scotch atid Ciiiitadian OH Clutli, IIc-c, ]jcr yarn bWw (loot! quality Scotch Printed Itogular 00 square Xutrn's and Hairy Ostler's Inlaid Lino- leum. RefTJtar per QCrt square yard O3C These lovely Bungalow Nets only 23c yard -lust about 200 yards ot this dainty Arab bungalow. Net left, 43 Inches wide, also a Hue of Scotch Madras in floral and conven- tional designs, with ILniBtied Brussels Carpet In it. sul Fawn and Green Persian effects in goorl quality Urusaela Body Carpet, nut table for lial) or stair. wide Regular lor per yd...... TODAY another record al cur ol people have taken advaniafic of this great rr.cney-saving event. The past two dayft1 sales hsve again proven that putlie Intt-rest in our Sertii-Annyal Clearance Sal55. is rapidly growing. have been larger 5no the pur- chasers were more enthusiastic than ever before. ITS SUCCESS IS DUE ENTIRELY TO THE PHENOMENAL VALUES GIVEN. This is the event for which hundreds of men and warn en have been, waiting, your waiting will bt amply repaid, for the values are such that make each Instructions from headquarters state that stock must be reduced regardless of cost. Everything in the Dry Goods, Ready-to-Wear, House Furniihtnns, Boots and Shoes and Men's Furnishings, has been reduced for this sale. sixteen here mentioned is but !a small representation1 from the mats we have to realize the money-saving opportunities here you must come and ECC what we are offering, This Bale will last for Ten Days until January 17th. Sheer and dainty Vic- toria Lawn just 15c yarns nf Victoria from fine long ihresit FgyptEan linon linlslieil roUon. A splendid lawn ftu- and (.'lilldren's tilniisps, f'jll 3S Inches wJdo. 15c You'll like these Pail- ette and Tamoline Silks TamnUnr nnd Duclitse 1'ailctte Silks, in all the beivstin's newest sliaclcs, ft very color imagliiabJe. a beautiful and soft JS tn 2ft inc'nes ami war- rniitpi] :iU silk. per Ladies' Hosiery IMniii Rlack Casimiere Hose, Ribbed Hoatcry, madp from soft wool, a comfortable ntid iluiMbk- stocking. Si7.es to 10. Krsular per pair Jr. Carl fVylcrl, o[ tins Thr iial was lied hy the llev. H. ICIincr Orrrn. for lhc 'weak of tho New Year amo'iTit- oil to lucronRO nf almost ton not' cent., wlilfth rmgnrs woll for lOl-i In l.cihlfrldfif. O I CL.UE6 AND SOCIETIES JirM m i ilin Kli-ctruMhcalrc rn Drr. 29. San-' la (Mans was (here sind RAVO each I cliilil bai; oF [-aiuly. Hirer lain-I ilrril c-liildrrn nmlrr iho ngp of H ynar.s in aUcndanrc. Tfift same evening a Rrand hall vns brlrt larficst crowrt of the tnrnfil out lo support Ihe Institute. The Thd boaril of Westay school 'viU nf lhc dance appHcfl on meet in monthly conferc-ncis tonight. now band Instruments. The Oar- j quested in take their graded text nail soronailc-d the tnwn during j hooV. ys a lady will tujtlic1 afternoon. explain lo prrsrai letters, j On Kriilny, ,Inn. 2, a danro was Rivpri in nid of the Wvtnnn f.imily, j Si. Men's sorioty will holil w.is .Mrs, u St. Mary's uaiish muii is ussislaut ioci'etari'-treasurcr the Institute and has hecn n. faith- ful worker. A 5001! crowd attended j dance, tlie proceeds were giv- en to Mrs. WyuiAn. The nevt. meeting n[ the. Institute will lie held on Jan. 28. Kvevyonc is invited to tiUcntl. A Lcnorl progrnin is and the president extends an invitation to all the ladies nf Mayralii. Guilty of Fraud llivrrr JHnko, allp.fi Harry Drown, charged ivltli tlio theft o" certain car I cTiecks, tiifrrehy taking credit for foxl j wliicb ho did not mine, tv.isi fnuud guilty of tho clinrgo this morning by i fjlutlfirty, and J. Harris. J.P.. "at Iho R-nA tomorrow- morning for sontencc. The Involved an amount under OPPOSBD TO ABOUSHING BAR WHOLESALER TOO Jan. S. A deputation Alexander Mac-Donald, an old fir! y man. wna l-.itlofl at hy a Flr-vH rnr ajicciUng comors to make up Ehuu. Social Service Council, of Cnn- adu, waited upon Premier Koblin nnd y011 Ills colleagues nt (he pnrHamwit j landings this morning, and urged up- on t'uo govornment the ndvlanbiUty of nmking aonic amendments to the tho worst possible Interests ot uo- brlcty nini good living-. If yon will come out frankly and say it is H nrc- hlnltlon law yon ivant, 1 am with you for T nm fls anxlouE as any moil liv- ing to promote the CIIUKO of tompor- anco. Rvit I have not surrenderotl my judgment of how host to prcmnit tcmporaiice sobriety tc nny one elso. To hnr.i, up in- sifnd numerous woul'l, in my opinion, iip n rnlrosrade slop. Close the bars and thn whole 5ale houses loo, tiiat (a tltr (Iiing. an ilworethat ihc inU-nllon. I am WLT'I n every option IRW, asking at iho same time that a provincial nleblelte on, tKo queaHoii of the alxjlltlon of Iho ?amc har lie taken. In rftply. Premier Iloblin siiM; "Abolition of ilic bar would be Y. M. C, A. Annual The animal mfcitlng of tlift Hoard of Directors of the Y.M.C.A. will bo nch.1 Tuepdny nt 8 o'clock in the1 lecture rcmm. Itoivo.'ts of ihe vnrloiiA dfnai Imftnl official 3 'svill bo Silliness for the year lahcn ie Town, .Ian. response j tortaj' for fall Mir a general r.iil- u-iiarl strike throughout Hie nf jtiouth Africa not to I the leaders of tJm movement. Ju [rape Colony, and thft Ornnnc l-'roc Suite, nil the men at worlt as wliile in Trans- I vaal the train crews wjlh few j lions- remained ra duty. -Men in ill'- railroad "work f.liops, houTver, mosi- ly taiil down their Umls. TJie police ionk oi all rail- stations in the .Transvaal j onlj" and oftH'inls were a'l uniltrJ v.liiln DIP itzir. wcit under inoTrctioo.