Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
1.f ; tHfe/LETHBRIp;ftE^^gATHERALD PAGl!r�BV HOT SGRAMBLE FTHAIJOB Five Out After Secretaryship of Board of Trade-Worth $200 a Month A BATHROOM IN THE FRENCH TRE^NCHES Medicine Hat, A)ta., Jan. 9-(Special,)-The aiumal meeting .o( .the Board of Trads, last evening was the hottest meeting which has been hcid by the Board since Its Inception lour-teen years ago. The contest for oC-fices was keen, and each candldilte brought out his fiuot.a of supports-to become members of the board to vole for him. Thiire was a large assembly of members-according to count talton, 217- and great interest in the afiairs of the board prevailed. The initial feature was the enrollment of new aubscribers, the number of which. Inclilalng those whose applications hadi been received prior to 1)he meeting, being 147.. The total membership is now 227 members. The names of Sheriff E, L. Chud-leigh and H. P. Stewart, manager of the Alberta Clay Products Co., were proposed for president, and on a ballot being taken, there were l."! votes for Stewart and 81 for Cudleigh. The vice-president was elEcted by acclamation. Five names were proposed for the secretaryship, viz.: .John Wood, S. E. McClellan. C. W. Smith, H. Hazzard, W. B. .Wilcox, and the result of the poll showed a majority in favor of S. E. McOlellan. The netViy-elected officers: President, R. P. Stewart, manager of the. Alberta Clay Products Co.; Vice-President, George B. Armstrong, manager of the Ogllvle Flour Mills; segreltary, S. JS. McClellan; � Executive council: R. H. Kent, J. H. Tabor, A. J. Mathews, El. .tiberrhtin, H.H. Brown, E|.W. Stancey, Dr. W. H. Macdongal, Dr. Woodland. W. Rutherford, A. J. Lepage, G. W. Elliott, I. Bulivant, H. Hardlow, A. M m- the Britisr 'jxirliament who was created a Pnvy founclUor on Januarv 1st and died .on lanuary 2n4- of typhoid fever. ' ^. (Qragsy Lake Gazette) - -The .yiliage. Council m6t for the first time'' this year on Tuesday evenr ing, all the *members. G. W. Havey, T. H. Oddle and E. 'J. James-Davies, bs-Ing present. � v.. ,. ' Mr. Haley was' chosen reive, succeeding W. D. Henry,. - V v Dr. � L. K. Poynfz Nwas appointed' medical health officer." , ��. W. Raasbeck was le-appbinted soC-' retary-treasurgr, but tho salary Avas 'reduced-JIO.GO" a month until the fin-, an'clal condition of the town im-. Tjroves. " . �, The Cflsuncil will hold a special meeting shortly, to consider matters re-gardtafe fir^ protection and street lighting. : � . Grassy t.iaker�.EnliBt Two,more Grassy Lake^ men, Thos. Sneddon and vlames Stewart en'iisted,' and expect V to go with the Alberta Mounted Regiment from -Mediclne.Hat With the Secoiid Canadian contingent. They are both trained soldiers and fine men. y. , To Buy Remounts The Board of Trade .will Endeavor to have Grassy Lake made a purchasing station (by the r6mount officers, who'are bjiying horses m Alberta.- � ' Ranchers and farmers jn. tho' district have .jirobably 3000 head of: horses for sale, ..and . many of them should be" suitable for military - purposes. Eureka Rural Municipality The first meeting of the council of Eureka municipality for the new year was 'held in Grassy I-iake on Monday aCteriiooii. Ail the members,-J. J. Mc-Lellan, N. M. Stalker, Charles'-Scott, II. N. M. "Barrett, J. U. Fletcher and Mr. Canuthers. were present; Mr; McLellan was unanimously choseir as reeve, and Mr. Carruthers as deputy; Two road committees were named: Messra. Scott, Carruthers and Stalker for the east half of-.the' municipality, and ^^essrs. McLellan, Barrett and Fletcher for the west hhlf.*'. Messrs. Scott and Fletcher.swere appointed to represent the c'-treasurer, and Prowse'fi: Lyons, solicitors.. ' , , . � m aptain jjester -Ingles, chaplain of the Queen's Own Rifles Regiment, son of "Ven. Arshdoacon Ingles, who died at Salisbury after a tew weeks' illness with spinal meningitis. He was 28 yeaio old. Miss Reeder, ot Cardston, is spending the week with Mrs. D; E. Harris. �k * High River Times : We regret to learn that A. W. Ponton, D. L. S., who is well known in this district, is seriously ill. Ho went to Rochester to consult the Mayo Bros, and they could give him nc> hope of recovery. He has returned to Edmonton, where he resides. ����� * Mr. and Mrs. A. Southard leave on Monday to Spend the winter In California. They will ireturn to Alberta in the spring . ^ > Tiie Mouhtod.JPoIice ball, the -Jhiet social eveiit of: the season in Macleod, was held at the Bttlrracks on Wednesday^ evening., and,, turned out a great success. As usual no expense was spared by the. pftllce and the ba'il .room was smos.tsibiautlfully decorated .with; flower^, "arid bunting, and' ihc greatest attentlo") was given to the floor,'; Which 'was in perfect i,rjndlt;on. Invitations were Issued throughout the district and neighboring towns, and at the opening of the function nearly 300 guests were present, as well as some 50.of the p.ollcc officials. Dancing was' commenced at nine o'clock and cpnt'ihue'd until 3.30, when the singing of 'tlie' ^National Anthem brought to a close a tTi6xoughly bril-'�lant and enjoyable event. ...... ^ *'' *' Xanton Nefrs ;, Mrs. Beards is leaving in about two. .weeks for Leth-bridte to live while her husband is servHig in the army, Lethbridge was their home *heh Mr. Beards was appointed manager for the-Crown Lumber company here,.'and'while his battery is in training, "at' Lethbridge it will be more pleasant tor him and'his family for them to live.ithere, and whDh he is sent across the water, they -will -still. be among old-time friends. -����,� The Conservatory oi Music was the scene of an ojcceptiohally smart dance last night, at which the younger set of the city predominated. It was given by a number of young gentlemen, prominent in society here, for the edification ot their 'friends. . Just the right number - of guests were present to suit the size of the liall. With the floor in perfect condition, a two-piece orchestra that might be appropriately termed noa-pareil, and pretty decorations sut-rounding, the acme of pleasing combination was originated. Dancing commencC'd shortly after 0 o'clock and continued till long after midnieht. Twenty numbers were on the program and a couple of extras were inserted. Refreshments were served at 11.30. The ladies present: Misses M. Simp-.son, H. Simp.son, B. Patteson, A. Pattescn, A. ffcnderson. M.- Laflerty, E. 'Hatch, J. Hatch, M. Wallace, H. .McKillo)), B. Hazcll.M. HazcU, N. Uazell, E. Couybeare, E; Hutton, E. ; Smith, G. Dcwner, L. Bcntley, D. 1 Bentle}-, A. Dowsatt. A. 0'Ha,gan, E. iJycCall. E. Aird, M. Macleod, � Mrs. Kisher, Mrs. Brvmner, Mrs. Mitchell, Mrs. Devme, Mrs. Seatle, Mrs. Don-nan. - 'llie e:entIenion present: Messrs. Rogers., Dowse, Rose, Jack, Hams, Prowse, Wade, Cocq, Whitm"ore, Mil-lican, Galley, .Micbach, Harris, Blun-dell, Devine, Mitchell, Sataon, Rob-son, Sherlock, Patteson, Nicholson, McCready, Cook, Lewis, Brymner, Newcombe, Burgess, Hanibley, Aird,-Rov, Wallace, Martindale. Committee : Messrs. Rose, Dowse and' Rogers. Orchestra : Needs and ChappeU � Clubs and Societies . The Gorman Kaissrln presentliig 'flowers -anid*. saying good-byo to tho offloersiot the Imperial Guar^ In Berlin before they left for, tHe front. ONLY ONKVBromo Qf&Am," that Is _^ j ^axafiw :Rromo Quinine MOOSE JAW TEAM HOCKEY LOST AT REGINA Regina, 'Sask.,:Jan. 8.--AIooso Jaw's re-organized hookey- -team put up a despei;ate. battle tonight, but again went down to defeat, the ^core being fi^4.. A'loOae Jaw start&d off at a runaway pace and finished strong, but In the long interval Re-gina did considerable playing and praotloally all the scoring. _ COLONEL SEELY FOR WHIP London, � Jan, 8 -The aispointment of a now Liberal chief whip m succession to the lato Mr. Porcy Illing-worth, will not be made lramedja,te'iy, but a strong current of fepllng has set in in favor of Colonel Seely. former secretary for war. Colonel Seely js still at-the front. . WANT Tt,uy\y:y:K. WITH VOLUHTEERe ;li6u^W,i.0n,t,,f;J^^^^ buudrejl/ CHINAMEN GO LORiJ'^WI.M BORNE , In polo gtirb, v;ho succeeds Lord �jiiberdeen as Lord Lieutenant of Irc-lanat-.He ,1s a,cousin of Winston Churdiill,'and his family Is enormously wealthy. � . Fernle Recruiting O'fflcer Lleut.-Col. Mackayof Penile, who has charge of recruiting in that district, is in the city today. > Jas. McClellan, a' pioneer resident of Whitby, Ont., IS dead. Regularity--r--- � oi the bowels is an absolute necessity for good health. Unless the waste matter from the food which collects there is got rid of''at^ least once a day, it decays and poisons the whole body, causing biliousness, indigestion and sick headaches. Salts and other harsh mineral purj;atives-' irritate the delicate lining of- the 1 bowelsi Dr. Morse's Indian Root ^; JPillBTrentirely vegetable-regulate t^e bowels eiTGctively without weak>>' enuig, sickening or griping. Use Court, star, A. O; E; is i-ssuing invitations for fclicir 20th anniversary ball to he held. on � Friday evening next in the K. of iP. hall. The Big Sisters class of Knox church \ entertained their friends last evening atAthe. home of Miss Ethe Wallace,'(j32 Sth- St. Games and music oodapied the evening after which dainty;-viands were served by the 'girl^:,-: : \ � � , ,.v? * . *'� The music department of the Ma-tliesis club will meet with Mrs. J. D. Higinbotham, 020 12th St., on Monday afterncion at A o'clock. The Women's Auxiliary of St. Mary's church will meet at 3 o'clock on Mco'day for the election of oflicersi. * � Tlie St. Mary's Men's Society are holding a whist drive next Tuesday. y y �,..*;� * A mebting of the executive oi the women's branch of the Red Cross so-, cietv .was held at the home of Mrs; J. 0. Wilson, with ten members present,'Mrs. Reeve, vice-president, in tho chair. It was moved by Mrs. De'Veber,^ seconded by Mrs. McKillop that Mrs.' Stacey ba 'appointed secretarv-treas-; urer of the VVomen'.s Urauch of the Red Cross , Society, and this was, cairied : The following were appointed as heads of the diRerent committees, with power: to choose their own assistants. For Buymg-rMrsi Murray and Mrs. Lafferty. CutliugT^Mrs. 'Wm. Scott. Distributing and Receiving-Mrs. J. G. Robertson. : Inspecting-Mrs. J:. O. Wilson, Mrs. McK'iliop,':Mrs.-Ij,M. Johnston. Packingr-MrB'.'Kellogg, Mrs. Fotter-ly.: , - , , ,Work> wiU.be commenced at onoe. , ' The Art Needlework Club meets with Mrs: Heuter," ^^o. 6 Strathcona Cou:^|,;-^on4ay^ ^tternoon. Ghas .0R to $l.(n. TuiUglit oiily............... www Curtain Scrim, just 11c Two pieces only of this scrim, 'M inches wide, pretty conventional designs In green and tan. "Regular 20c. On sale 1 1 Tonight only, per yard..................................1 I .W Curtains, to clear, 79c More of the.se Nottingham Lace Curtains, white or cream. 2% yards long; strong and durable.' 'Regular price ?1.50 pair. ^Ckm 'Tonight only ............ ............ ----.'..... I WW Children's Boots on sale Button, style Boots for children in smart tan vici kid. AQm Sizes 1 to .7i Regular up to ?1.B0.- Tonight only ..'...... 9ww Men's Boots in atlurry-out sale Blucher Boots.for men In th&;popular gunmetal leather, black only, neat rounded toe, stylish lastr- lit% Regular price $5.00 for .....'.. .y......................90�9U. � ��� . . r'f-> � . . � Webbs'Chocolate Caramels The'last.dhanoe.for .this.Candy Special. Webb's de- ^BJ-, licious Itmian Chocolate Caramels, reg 40o stock; 2 lbs. for Cww Or in 5 pound box, per box----- ----'62C Chamois Gloves 25 pairs of these Chamois Gloves in white or natural shade, washable; sizes fi to 7%. On sale per, pair....... WWW 2 only-Eiderdown Comforts No.'.l,^White ground, satin with braid, appliquc and green and whltfe mitred border. No. 2-Embossed silk chintz, light ground with shirred red satin borders. Both are ventilated, best quality down ^"l O ft ft $20.00 and. ?25.00 values. Tonight only ........... 9 I CUU Apples- 6 pounds for ..... Pacska'ge .Figs- 3 packages for .. 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