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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta /Friday, January 10, 1013 THE LETHBBIPGE DAILY HE MILADll EDITED BY "INO" PHONES Office 1224 Res. 1115 "Oh. may I be brave today, today! . (,f four to start out, at nine-thirty And way I be kind and true, , Monday morning in the interest:; of campaign, bach team E THE OLIVE And greet all men. in a .gracious way, And put good cheer in the things J say '; And Imp iii flic deeds 1'. rid:" � * e Mr. A. A. Crawley, of Ottawa, was n visitor in the cttv today, a guest  of Air. and Mrs. T.'w. Quayle, 15th street. i Miss Vrooman and Miss GUvnour did not return yesterday ai> expected but are remaining in Calgary to attend a dance at the first of the week. Thev will return at the end of next week. Kach ;md the streets I ho one dollar will take two avenues intervening. The clergymen of the city agreed to mention the subject the pulpit on Sunday evening. have from: Page 11 lions and lambs are gamboling in common pasture once more Mrs. Russell, of with Mrs. Corry. Taber. is a guest London, Jan. 10.-The Daily Chronicle today starts its editorial thus : 'The Unionist dovecote, in a flutter .since Bonar Law's Ashtou speech, is at pease once more and the little hands that lor so mauy wee s have torn each others eyes will aea'n be ulasped in party friendship. The Pall Mall Gazette will lie down with the Daily Mail and the Daily TeV. >,vaph will lead them. The blessed formula of unity so long to seek has at last been found and was bailed yesterday 'with a chorus oi somewhat frigid approval iii' which the only conspicuous discord was the croak 01 'No surrender' from the Morning Post.'' The Times summarize.:, the situation thus : "What has happened in plain lan-mage is that the rank and 'ilc of the Unionist party in the house of commons have with, practical unanimity decided to address their leader in a letter which contains two ma:n points. They have impressed the hope in the first place that the- so-called food laxes may no longer be made an issue at the next general election and the second place they have declared their unswerving loyalty to Bonar-Luw. Their letter is in no sense a declaration oi policy ; it is simply � statement 01 the views of the great � 'majority oi the party which is clearlv inspired with a new sense oi confidence and satisfaction that this controversy is a*;an end." 1 Fditorially the Times says : "It is 1.01 unnatural that the overseas dominions should have attributed extravagant significance to Un'onist di(Terences. The central principle of all the Dominion tariffs' now is that the Dominion itself should corns lirst, 1 lie Empire second, and other people third." . , Miss Calliopi Palate, oE Constantinople, Turkey, is a guest for the present with Mrs. Corry. Miss Palate was eu route to Athens, when the war broke out, and she decided to come to America. Miss Palate, who is a kindergarten teacher,, intends to complete her training in that branch before returning home. The Luther League of St. Paul's First Lutheran church met last even-ilit; and elected the following officers for the ensuing year : President-A . W. Kress. First Vice-President-10. Nelson. Second Vice-President-.]. Anderson. Secretary- \V. II. Lohmau. Treasurer-Miss M. Sevalruii. Membership Committee - Miss N. Carlson, Miss M. Arik arm! Miss E. Nelson. Executive Committee-Officers of the society. Librarian-Herbert Geigur. Assistant Librarian-Elvira Kunst. The topic, "The Lesson 01' the Year," was ably taken by A. W. Kress. A pleasing reading was given by Miss M. Arik. BR CLUBS AND SOCIETIES MAKING WHITE STAR SHIPS SEA SAFE ADDITIONAL "SKIN" PUT IN TO INCREASE EFFICIENCY OF WATERTIGHT BULKHEADS The congregation of St. Andrew's church are reminded of the preparatory services, which will be held at eight o'clock this evening. �� �  I The fifth and final meeting in connection with the wcok of prayer will bii held this evening in Wesley church, when the subject, "Religion in the World," will be taken by Mr. A. E. Duulop and Rev. A. G. Cameron. , * * * The Ladius' Cotta society of St. Paul's First Lutheran church met at the home oi Mrs. C. Grant yesterday afternoon. A profitable time was spent in sewing, after which dainty refreshments were served by the hostess. The ladies then proceeded to the election of officers, which resulted as follows : President-Mrs. C. Grant. ; Vice-President-Mrs. Sindlinger. Secretary-Mrs. J. Ahrens. Treasurer-Miss Carlson. Executive Committee-Mrs. Wind-linger, Mrs. Crest,'Mrs. Peter Hanson and .Miss Carlson. V + * The members of the Woman's Civic club are asked to remember, that the annual meeting, will be held in the Y.M.C.A. auditorium on 'Thursday, Jan. . Kith, at 3:30 p.m. sharp. A full attendance is earnestly requested. � � � The regular meeting of the A. Y. P. A. of St. Cyprian's church will be held on Monday evening, January 13th, and it will take tbp form of a social. All the members are ro-iuest-ed to attend and to come representing a hook. Loudon, Jan. 10.-Messrs ftiid Wolff, who are engaged in fitting 1 tie Olympic with an inner skin, increasing the number of water tight bulkheads and thus enhancing the margin of safely of the huge steamship beyond all standards, announce 1 hat the vessel will be able to leave Southampton for Now York ou April The Art Nesdle-work club pleasantly entertained the husbands ot| the members at the home of Mrs. L.' H. Fowler last evening. Three tables 0! euchre were in play, Mrs. D. "A. Smith and Mr. William $cott wiu-Harland ning the favors, while the consolations went to Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ross. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Ross, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Bitterly, Mr. and Mrs. William Scott, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Smith, Mr.-and Mrs. D. A. Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. J. Jones and Mr. J. W. Boulton. The annual meeting oi the Parish Auxiliary of St. Cyprian's church, which wa, held yesterday afternoon, terminated the most all round successful year in its history. Great credit is due the retiring president, Mrs. Hugh Boyd, and secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Ernest Jackson. Votes of thanks were passed to them and much regret felt that they were not-continuing in office. Mrs. Boyd in her able report thanked the ladies for their hearty cooperation and kind sympathy during the past year aind also the rector, Rev. Canon McMillen, who was always so deeply interested in all the undertakings of the society. The secretary-treasurer reported 21 meetings, business and sewing, during the year with an average attendance of 16, and a total present membership of 30. A sewing machine and tressel tables were purchased. Three home-cooking sales and teas, 3 entertainments and a very j successful bazaar, both financially �nd socially, were held during the year. I During Lent, talent' and denial work were taken up. The total receipts for the year were ?976.S0 and j disbursements $976.80. ' The following officers were elected: President-Mrs. A. Hayr. Vice-President-Mrs. Glazier. Secretary-Treasurer-Mrs. J. Morgan. Arrangements were made to have an At Home for all the ladies of the congregation on Thursday, Jan. 23rd, from four to six in the new parish room. The question of affiliating with the W. A., which is heartily endorsed by the rector, came up, but time did not permit a discussion. The meeting closed with prayer by Rev. Canon McMillen. ~  � a  The repot t of Gait hospital for the month of December, Is as follows : Number of patients in � hospital December 1........................... 54 Admittances .............................. 75 Transients admitted ................ -1 Number of Deaths ..... Number' 01 December Transients patients discharged   patients in hospital 31....................... discharged .............. 13?. 78 43 4 Similar safeetiards are being introduced into the new White Star line triple screw steamship Britannic oi 50,000 tons, now being constructed at Belfast. EDMONTON'S SIXTEENTH BANK Edmonton, Jan. i).-The Standard liauk have secured premises for offices in this city,, and will open in a short time. This makes the sixteenth bank to do business in Edmonton. A special and enthusiastic meeting of the W. C. T. U. was held in the Y. M. C. A. yesterday afternoon, with Mrs. W. H. Cojiibear presiding. The meeting opened with hymn and prayer, after which in the unavoidable absence of Mrs. Corry. Mrs. Thomas Taylor outlined the business transacted at the last executive meeting; with regard to travellers' aid and one dollar campaign work- The entire membership of the \V. C. T. V- h*s been divided into teams 13f* Lowest number......................... 42' Highest number ..................�...... 57 Daily average ........................... 48 Number of hospital days for private patients ......... .................. 219 Number of hospital days for ward patients........................ 848 Number of hospital days for free patients.................................. 410 Old Friends and New Blue Ribbon Tea is making new friends every day-and has never lost an old one. Once used it is m-I ways used-for the very good reason that no Tea, at any price, is its equal for deliciousness and real economy. Where discriminating taste applies, the choice must he Sold wiili. a "iiionev-back"* "uaranietv Total number hospital days 1477 Number of operations tinder general anaesthetic .................... 27 Number of patients treated in out-door department ;........... 9 Number of dressings in out-door department................... 20 Number of hospital ambulance calls ....................................... 25 The hospital wishes to acknowledge and thank all friends of'the hospital who so kindly remembered it at the j Christmas season, or at any other i time during the month. The following ; is a list of the contributions 1:6-[ ceived : Mr. E- T. Gait, the membors oi the board of management, Father Rosenthal and Mr. W. J. Nelson, each a cheque. The attending physicians contributed towards the nurses' library fund. The pentley. Co. and Mr. D- Mc-Killop provided the Christmas trees. Gifjis for the children were received from Mrs. Conybeare, Mrs. Downer, Mary Cumrnaham,' Inzola Hardie, Margaret Mo'\illop- and the'Sick-Room Sunbeams. Two tur'-evs each from Piohe. & Miron, Wm. j$ja4 Co, and one turkev cash,'. )P. "1PW:�8,'. tyjisfr Brijs,. and' Mrs. pegin; oue qustttev of beef, Mr- Lewis. One keg grapes; from ,the Hospital Ladies' Aid and one from Campbell, Wilson and Home! One case each of oranges and apples; Plunkett & Savage. One ease oranges, the Scott Fruit Co. One case apples and bojf candy, the Hudson's Bay Go. Two' cases, of \K&t/3#tlibrid�c Brewery, Hudson's Bay Co.'s Annual January Sale News TOMORROW The First Big Saturday At The Hudson's Bay Ten Day Sale Special Early Morning Sale Tomorrow 9.30(o 12 0 olock Saturday iiorning Sale 9.30 to 12 o'clock AS we predicted at the commencement of this GREAT SALE, the interest and enthusiasm demonstrated by the citizens of Lethbridge, instead of abating, grows keener every day as this Sale progresses, and although we are doing our utmost to cope with this tremendously increased business, we are not able, during the busy shopping hours in the afternoon, to give the attention we desire to our numerous patrons, and as a means of drawing as many out in the morning as can possibly come we are offering these few extra special inducements to those who can come at 9.30 sharp tomorrow morning. Every Department is affected, but as quantities in most cases are limited, if J you wish to participate, be here at 9.30 sharp tomorrow morning. These Items on Second Floor Scotch Madras Muslins 200 yards only, Scotch Madras Muslin, in new designs, dainty in coloring effects and extremely durable in wear and easy to wash. Suitable designs for dining room, den or parlor. Widths 42 to 46 inches. Original prices up to $1.00 Saturday, 9.30 to 12 o'clock, only........................ 18c Misses Wool Sweaters Three dozen .Misses Pure Wool Sweaters, made from an exceptionally soft and durable wool yarn ,in fancy Pine-apple stitch. These are in pull-over stylo and button on shoulder. Colors are navy and cardinal. Sizes for little ones up to 5 OCj% years. On Saturday, 9.30 to 12 o'clock, only............OOC These Hems on Main or Ground Floor Men's Furnishings sizes, "in S1.50 """ MUFFLERS Men's scotch Wool Mufflers, large with fringed ends. Regular $1.25 and Saturday morning----...-____;;.____ MEN'S CAPS Heavy winter Weights, in tweeds andcloth-some with pull down ear bands-sizes up to Regular up to $1.50. Saturday Morning ...�---------........................ fancy stripes 50c 10c B. C. APPLES Per box ..... Groceries 85c CREOLE CARBOLIC SOAP- Twelve for for........... 25c ROYAL CROWN OR GOLDEN WEST SOAP Per packet ...... 20c SMITH'S JAMS, any variety, per five pound 7f)G Hand Embroidered Linens A limited quantity only, pure Irish Linen Hand embroidered and Damask Centre-Pieces, Sray Cloths, Buffet, Dresser and Side board Scarfs, Lunch cloths and Tea Cloths. Some are Slightly mussed'but none the worse for that. Excellent values in the regulayWay at our ordinary prices of $1.00, ?i.25 FA. and $1.50. Saturday morning $.30 to-12 o'clock........ wUC Shoes for Women, Boys and Girls .... Ladles' Strap' Shoes in Glove Kid, Vloi and Patents, in odd sizes. Regular up to $5.00 Boys Tan Shoes, t'egular up to $3.00 and Girls' Vicf Blucbor with Patent Tips that were $1.75. These are small balances of some of the lines we have had on sale this week and are now put in tor a Bargain Carnival Saturday morning, 9.3Q to 12,0'clook, all one price ,.... 65c IMPORTANT Tllese lines are as above stated, on Sale from 9.30 to 12 o'clock on ---. i.i.',y-y..-;' Saturday morning only, and owing to the ridiculously low prices, we are forced'tb Stipulate that no Telephone oriel's for these'can be-a'ceepted. None of the above items to be sold before 9.30 a.m. or after 12 o'clock noon. HUDSON'S CO. BE HERE AT 9.30 A.M. ''-. SHARP TOMORROW II One fruit cake, Mrs. Knudtsou. Fruit | and candy for tho nurses, Mrs. Stafford, .Sr. Caudv for the nurses, J. D. Higinhotham Co. The Hospital Ladies' Aid.purchased a gift for each pat'ent and the Flower  Guild provided holly and ribbon for the. beds. Magazines and papers,. Mrs. Mos-tyn, Mr. J. 'OK Robertson and ' Mr. A. jliginbotham. Auraniophone was loaned for the Christmas season by Alt'. J. G. Robertson. Christmas music was furnished by Knox church choir and by the Salvation Army. A. Forgie, Lady Sunt. * .  The lirst animal masting of the Macleod Presbyterial of the Women's Hbme Missionary society,'which,, met in Knwk churpU yesterday was well attended. ' Tb W�e home. The relary-Mrs. 3 s Stewart each individual for the work of the society. She stated emphatically that no one can do another's work, and, while there is unity in strength, the society is just as strong as its weakest member. So that the failure of one in "meeting her responsibility is a distinct drawback to the society as a whole. The society was organized on Mar. 21st, and the minutes of the organization meeting were read. Reports were read from the Macleod, Coleman, Pincher Creek and Lothbridee branches. Mrs. McKillop pave a very interesting' paper on the formation of the W. H. M. S. arid its early workings. She referred to the Klondyke rush in 189-7 and tho heroic work of Dr'. Pringle. His work was so overwhelming,' that he wrote to Toronto for nurses, and the first W. H. M. S. hospital was (biiil!li at Atlin. parents' responsibility with regard to the child and also the servant in the home received due attention, and the necessity of looking after the young men and women away from home was urp;ed. Laudable comment was made on the establishment of night schoo's to tea^h foreigners the English language. Mrs. Toombs asVed her listeners to remember, that God never gives an opportunity oi service.-without giving the privilege to come up higher and never gives the privilfga without helping the worker up. She appealed! to those pre~ent to get baok to the first principals of prayer and dependence upon God. Officers Elected Tho following officers ware elected: Honorary Presitfent~-MrB. A. G-Cameron. President-Mrs. McKiUop. First Vice-President-Mrs. A, O. Sec Treasurer-Mrs. MacDouald (Mac-' leod). Pioneer Secretary-Miss McNabb. Miss Galvin rendered a vocal solo most acceptably and the meet uj;. closed with prayer by Mrs. A. J. Irr ving. �''.,..-.� In the evening a joint meeting (v.-tho Macleod Presbytery and the. Presbyterial 'was held, at which there � was a splendid attendance.. ;� The feature of the evening was a bright, practical address bv Dr. Fer-, guson, of Calgary, superintendent oi Home Missions, in which he outlined the work of his department &nd thr progress made. .  Miss Siram delighted- the-^udlence-' with a vocal selection. t VV. N. MIUtgR DEAD * Toronto, Jan. X0.-W. N. kiU�r> K, C. president of the Christian Science-' _ of London, England, who,,was f,ound Ohtarto4hai;.;'. *' lit} was a son of ithe^ate'^u'dge. Mil?i1)"" lor, oi'Gall. Henry'Miller, of BHUship', < Columbia, is a'brother.,______[<;.,'Jh^'A 115 53 ;