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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta Jt^RIBiX^^iANUARY 8,. 1915 Ladljji' Receive AhT' -BTAiAP PHOTOS'.OF /The .Mjister Key TONIOHT STARLAND TTTE LBTHBRTOGF DAILY HERAtU PAGE SEl HI6 HEALTH TOUR PeoetlAua Ri A. M. C. Man en England �\ Vi. >Qermany - : (Letter frpxa ; Private Horaoo Farrow, the: R. A. M. C, to Mr. C?eo. llOBor, Pftrlllon Theatre, nedhlll.) ' 'No' (Idutot ybfji ofton woiulor how.I alh gattmg'ott v/lthmy lioalth tour. , Au yoU: ktiaw, I travelled by way'of tlto Seine (Dane), and strange to ^By I Hiivs never been riKhf since.- ' ' fn^'^fna �",'"'r'''H^ got very noari.,irt^,t of tlrat city. Miss Dotsey is liJfln MnL^^^fllll ir'? T�^� '"*"ff*tev- of Frank J. Dorsey. on., visit to Moot. I must say I did not I at the'dld-time conductors on the C. stay there yc-'ry long. It was too.hot p. well-known to many of tbo r, ^ railroaders.;.:, 80 I took a run down to gay Paris, ' � Hy boy, I (never stopped running- � * * * like Charley's'Aunt-tor 198 miles- Probably the three happiest young you. IJnow I'm a *it long winded-as I 'adies In Lothhridgc just now are the had "Jack Johnson"'behind me. Misses Violet A oSaudrwiii iBeaslcy, Margaret Hamilton and' nossie Louise Dr. and Mir; .Steele'tire :rei(iicinB over the biriih ,o( a' ion Jresterday. Mrs.O&bbrne 'ahd / chll(it�i have returned ^to M,Wicln(S Hat" after a short vacation with Mrs...: Bartlett. Medicine Hat Times :^Mt. h. A. Dobbin,., C.P.K. ticket agent, and one of the clty's,,jv5os,t).iwp^ men in sooiir'01X0108?''will. leive'^ Fri-.(lay night for'Spokane, where he M'ilt were away from home, but wo won r"f-;,::"ji,'in, ,^>,rvni Tnr nntRPs Aftpr casll,^; men the.wblstle_blew for t^^^ tiino their outside right hud no inside loft. , ^ Wo put up a fine ' defence-guns years _ gent study these young ladies havo realized their fondest dream in being oilicially recognized as competent to f,?�,rt^fi,^"l4,^i.h' I'^Tn M-f' Pi-acticq one |f the noblest profes- M?�r� w^f nn . , t I tWdt oomos wlthin the range that therevwere pictures on the scone f,,,nir,p nrrttihiHHpq ,se:^ea)^a great war drama-buttljc I '^Z'^ffifcT,^^-; attended with fJf^'VIfJ^� 1�'}'', ""^^h^/^u I bountitm eclat,'befitting an exception-for a_ oile-man sketch, entitled "Itchy , occasion .^hIs Worship, MaVoriHnr-1?; 1, ^ ^ X , die, and Cdmlnisaioners Grace and Weareh.avihgagreatl)un s ,,ere there ; the hospital offici- we Imyo tnvited.Mad Willie, as we. a-is; tfo immediate friends and have plenty.of shrapnel stew, but no relatives-of Hhe nurses � of -the in-dum-dum ,injddings. I can't,sny morr gtjtution, the' medical profession, now, as.>they.are at it again at the . many.'; otliers - associated in door with,a coal-box. some" manner with tlje hospital. ...Are we:"downhearted? capital letters NO! , I say with | rcv. Cohv^lodick represented the clergy On the platform were five,chairs, occupied by A. Vi. Stalfrird, chairman ; An orgali has been installed in a of the hospital board ; Dr. DeVbbcr, Iklassachusetts church which produces medical superintendent ; Mayor Har-a-jtone so low that it can be feltrather i die, Mrs. DeVeber and Miss Ross, as-than heard. ! Siistant superintendent. Miss, Ross^act- � . WITH THE 8E11VIA.N.AKMY cd in place of Miss Forgic, superin-tcndtAt, who was unable to bo.present owing 1,0 illness. Xhe absence of Miss Foreie was the only regrettable feature of the evening. To'Miss For-gie's untiring oliorts the graduates owe much of their recognized cfflcl-ency. ' �  The ohairman, Mr. Stafford opened the exercises, welcoming the guests, and cMgratulating the graduates in; humorous and pleasing terms. . He, too, outlined the work of the training school, its aohievements and aspirations and succe.sses. Mayor Bardie followed Mr. Stafford. The mayor offered his congratulations to the graduates and spoke of the noble pro-, essicto arrive and 'sinij a parody on the song "Tipperary.?'' The'cliorus went after this fashion t Sprvlan soldiers and officers on outpost diuty oi^ the Ibanlq of the Danube near Belgrade. ' ' . . graduation, Tb'the sweetest hours I'H know; Farejvell books and Studyj } Farewell classmates, dear ; It's a,long, long way to.graduation^' But my heart's right there. ' ' H With^thi^.xaljfehy .parody sung, the chalrmarij rrfu'nounced' the end of the exercises; and the audience becariiei at liberty to personally congratulate the graduates. - � Three hours of dancing followed and about midnight cofiee, sandwiches, cake and ice cruam were served. ' By special request Miss Conybeare ind Mr, :,A:, Southard gave a demonstration ot the flirtation dance. Miss Ross and Mrs. I)c"Veber received the,guests. . --: '� To Miss'Ross belongs a'great deal of the success that attended "the ' affair, aOd the graduates win lo6^ back upon the evening of January 7, igU, as one of the happiest periods ot their lives. . Money'Saving Meat Specials for Saturday ^ Swift's Empire Hanij per poiuifl.. .,;. 17c JBiirns' Dominion Hams, per pound. ...|9c Burns' Dominion Bacon, per pound. ...^36 Pot Roast of Beef, per pound, IQc and jgi/^C . Brisket Boil,.per pound Y^.-^y-'''"' * "^5- iPp  Small Pigs, Avliole or half, pel: liouiid;.. .90- .Sausage, 2 pounds for......\\........25c Fowl, dry picked, per pound \ . W i .\:.\ 4c Chickens* dry picked, per pound --  - IBC Sti'ictly Pre^h Eggs (guai'anteed) do9..$0c Delanys Limited > Phone 4 S>^2 Clubs and Societies There was a special meeting- on Wednesday ot St. John's W. A. Diamond City, at which the treasurer, Mrs. W. Daykin, resigned "jowins to reriioval to Pincher Creek.' At the close of the meeting-she was presented witli'a silver pie-outter and cold meat fork as a token of the high esteem in which she was held by all the members, each one expressmg her deep regret at her neparture and wishing her every .'Success. in her now �home. Atternooa, tea was served, and Mrs. Glasgow was appointed the new treasurer. : -, � � *   , Knox' Ladies' Aid met ycsterdaV; Tlie meeting was largely " attended. The sum realized from systeipatic giving was $80.00. Social committee tor February, Mrs. I-Ienderspn, Mrs. H. A. MoKillop and Mrs. Morris ; reception committee, Mrs, Lafferty, and Mrs, Moms. " , .  Details ot the suljscriptions to the Women's Motor Ambulance in the Macleod district, turnished by Mrs, Starnes of Maolcod, secretary of the fund for that district, are as'JoUows: Macleod $181.10, Nanton $76.10, Pincher Creek and Pinoher City $02.35, ClaiesMm $70.15, Hillorest $35.0Q, Stavely $41.75, Blairmore  $28.25, Granum" $25.00,' AUenficlds $20.25, Parkland; $18.70, Cowley, $17i25, IJeli, leyue $15,00, McBwan $12.95 Qole-mah $12.75, Brocket'$7.75; ' Cayloy $15.05, Lundbroek $7.05, Fratok $21.75 Passburg $8.25, Orton $6.45. Prvddls $5.75i Olsen Creek $5.25, KatKwell (8.00, Fishburn $5.50, Miirf XaVe $6, McBride Lake $5,00, High River $5.25, Millarville  $4.00, - Frankbutg $4.Q0, Yarrow $3,75, Burmis $4.00, GillitiBhani $8.25, Spring .pojat $2.75, Blood Reserve.Agency $1,715, Stand-ott l3.85..I�aywort ..25-Total $779.55. The Hudson's Bay Companys' January Sale is Proving a Never-Ending Source ^ of Real Economy And now Saturday News of the January Sale Never In the history of this store has a January Sale met -with more success. Already the first three days have meant much to hundreds of people, bringing them the chance to buy much wanted merchandise at considerably lower prices. There are_still seven days left, and while the amount of stock sold In the past few days has been enormous, the variety Is still great and the prices are certainly every bit as attractive. Crockery News GLASSES, 25c DOZEN Only 25 dozen of these Water Glasses, neat colonial design; splendid tor every day use; regular 50c dozen SCf� Per dozen............. . TUNGSTEN LAMPS Tungsten Lamps, bright, brilliant, economical; 40 watt size, just 100 to go on sale at tlfin price- 3 for ":.............v 1 ' cIjps and,saucers Neat green conventional de-  sign in Cups and Smioers, nice shape;regular $2j)0 r4 Cft Per doicn .........25%-T-in moat cases Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear in a Quick Clearing Sale Childreii's Dresses, values to $2.50-25c Thii. offering is a pleasing and dainty assortment of Children's Wash Dresses-^Just 36 of them. Materials are prints, ginghams, and galateas. Pretty checks and stripes, also plain colors. .Various styles. You will have to come early it you wish to share in this event as the qiiantlty is small and tho price reduction very great. Regular up to ?2.50.., Ba9C Children's Serge Dresses Children's Serge Dresses in Buster Brown and French styles. Colors are cadel, red, nary and ibrown. Regu- * 4 KQ lar prices are up to $4.50. Sale Price ".............. ^ I Saturday Economies Quality First Groceries � St. Charles MlUi?^ Per can............ i Cheese- Per poimd.......... Peas, Corn or Beans 4 Am Per can ..............,. I.UV 2 ; large cans.ot Tomatoes for ..... French Peas-^ Per-can Peaches- Per can .......... 2 cans of Strawberries for 25c 10c 15c 35c Extra Special 3 pounds of Cardston QQf% Creamery Butter ..... 9,96 Good Cooking Biggs, QOm 3 dozen for .......... OOU. 4 pounds of Rice 9Em for ...............;.. C.OC Pure Cane Sugar ^ * Q|E . 20 pounds for .....^1 bOO 20 pounds Robin Hood QAW Rolle'd Oats for ...... OUC Canned Aipples (3 size).......... i i 10c Ghililren's Fl.aiinelette Dresses AprOtl SpSCiolS $5.00 jidnoleims ,4iilald,; Ye^lar $1.0tf' -Printed;"regular 65a )'. ona sleeves, gored skirl, ipret- AAg^ ty colors; regular 8Bc ...... twiC White Lawn Tea Apron*-Neatly made, finished with edging of em> broidery or lace- OBii Regular 35c; 2 for ...____.. C9G Maid^s Aprons-rFino white lawn; large bib, prettily trimmed with embroidery- QK*�' Regular price C5c ......rOwC Every Ladie^' Suit Jn Stock exadly one-half price 5 - ' rtEMNANTS ' . --Justia few -pieces of. Printed Linoleums, short lengths, to clear out;, regi^ar oOo, and ,,60o. 'qualities-^ � '' Pflji* Per square yard ...... Manyr^amrfgs in Men's Wear on Saturday Men's Overcoats Handsome mixed effects in Tweeds and Wor-' steds; smartly tailored overcoats for men; shawl 'or notch, collars; all this season's .buying. We don't intend to carry one over, hence aq ,' the low price; regular up to $18.00.. 9vb09 %TMse Lines of Shoes ffor Speedy Clearance Ladies'" Slippers ' This line of Ladles' House Slippers to he cleared out on Sat-uirday. Selected black leathers In. neat one strap style with low heel. All sizes in thlB clearance lot of Girls' Black Button Boots, very dressy model; CI 4Q Regular $2 values; while they last .. 9 I aOv Comforts $3.50 Silkoline Covered Comforts just...................$2.00 4 point Hudson's Bay Blankets; price ......... .. .$8.26; A Drug Sundries Clearing oi^t at a fraptipn of Original Prices-Must be Cleared ;