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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 11, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDATT.i^ANUARY 11. 1915 THE LETHB RIDGE i^AlILt HE^ALI) PAGE FIVB 'i:.::!r:-. CLARKE & CO. Phone 453 The Ladies^ Store Acadia Blk DRESSMAKING At very moderate firiees and wisrk fully guaranteed. SklrtR...............$3.B0 .tfl $6,00 Dreasea .,.$5.00 to $10.00 Waiats ..............92.00 to $S.OO Children'* Dressea........93-00 up THE PRE-INVENTORY SALE An Exceptional Buying EA'eiitj, a Most Un^ Saving Event, an En-thHsiastic and ^atlHfactory Selling Event ,6obtiiiuing every day tlWa week wlUi greater'activity, fresh bargain lots and bigger savings than ever. scores of economical and thrikty women, ^ho know the meaning of the Word "value," have supplied their needs at this sale during the past two and. have had no hesitation in declarjnd't the one genuine bargaiw 'sale' ie present month. read'these bri^psu Regular 15c values LINEN TOWELLING Regular 15c valr'^a .. FLANNELETTE SKIRTING......... Regular 50c value WRAPPERETTE 1 24C Worth up to ISc KIMONA VELOURS 1 T 1 Worth up to 30c .... I.I.zC : LARGE BED SHEETS QR�� Regular $1.25 each .... 9Dv 10c 35c WHITBY SIGNAL STATION DESTROYED BY GERMANS HERE'S GOOD NEWS FOR DYSPEPTICS We have good news for every person in this town who has any form of stomach trouble. It is about a remedy for indigestion and dyspepsia that we ha,v6 so much faith in as to oiler it to you with our personal guarantee that if it does not relieve you and satisfy you in every way, we will 'refilnd the money you paid for it without i^uestion* or argument of any kind. You risk nothing; either Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets will relieve your stomach ailments or the money you paid for them will be handed back to you. There is no red tape about our guarantee. It means just what it says, YouT word is enough. If Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets don't satisfy you, the money is yours and we want you to have it. ' Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets soothe tliein-aamed stomach, check heartburn and distress, stimulate a healthy secretion of gas^ trie juice, aid in rapid anji comfortably �aige'stion of the'food, ind'help to quicklv BROKERAGE FIRM FAILS, REVOLVER GALLED INTO PLAY New York, Jan. 9.-The suspensioB oJ Stringer & Co., members of the New York Stock Exchange, was announced today. The, firm ooasistlng of G. F. Stringer, and his son, G. P. Stringer; jr.j was., organized about three, years abo., It is understood the liabilities are comparatively small. A Jew:minutes 'before' tM ol>ening of the Stock'Exchange today Stringer, jr., lett his town office arid entered 'that of the O-uanajuato De- LUCK FOLLOWS FAMILY Survivor of Formidable Tell^ of Remarkable E�capec. London, Jan. - 9.-Assistant Paymaster Francis Wakeford, one of: the survivors of the Formidable, furnished the latest Instance. of a remarkable series of escapes from disaster experienced by members oC his family; His father and brother, were'-among the Empress of Ireland > survivors..' Mr. Wakeford,- sr., a passenger, was exhausted, after .swimming for 45 minutes, wben.ifie 'was rescued ^by:hls son, an assistant purser of thesrlp. Mrs. Edmunds; an octogenarian aunt of Francis'Wakeford,' was the only survivor ofthe Bennett family, killed restofe the stomadi to a comfortable, easy-acting, heaitliy state. Tliey also aid greatlV in promoting regular bowel action. Rexall Tablets are sold only at the DKAKEi-VINER The marriage ' took place on .January 8Ui at Havre, Mont., of Oscar E., Drake and Mis::^N'ellie Viner, both .of Lethbndgo. ^ The Daughters Maids ot England sewing class willtvjiiL'et at the home df IVlrs. W. Holherten, 620 9th St. S. tqnicfrow. (Tuo9daJ^,i, at .a,,3p...... Tlio Women's Missionary Society of Knox church wU}:vnieat tomorrow evening (Tuesday), Hh the school room, at eight o'clock..,As this is the annual meeting a'" full attendance is requested. -    A.- special business meeting of the Wesley Ladies' Aid, will lie held oil Wednesday at 3 o'clock. All inembers are urged to be present. New members will be made welco.'ne. Refreshments will be served. The G. F. Club will meet with Mrs. J. Gillespie,- 627 11th St. S., tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. A: special meeting of the Lo-/al Men's Bible class of the Christian church, will bo held at the home of Mr. Campbell, 126.4 3rd Ave. S. tonight, (Monday),, at 7.30. Important business. Every member is urged to be present. The young ladies' sewing class of Wesley church will be withdrawn this week. * * * The VV. A. of St. Augustin's will meet tomorrow (Tuesday) afternoon at 3.30 tor sewing. A meeting ot the Guild of St. Monioa will be held immediately after. Metabers ot the I. 0. D. E. wishing to do Red Cross work are aslcod it Possible to work through the Chap-  ter, this way enabling the amcwit of i sewing done to appear in the annual i work. The seoretaxy will give all I further information. The Daughters and Maids of England have postpone;! their sleigh ride ! until the weather is more favorable. ' The regular meeting of tlie A.Y.P. . ot St.. Cygjjfe'i^..s church will he , 3ld in tii-e" p'aii|l}i,rpom this evening � pecia Tuesday For January Sale at "The Bay" size Hosiery Special . 1000 pairs of thesd Ijadles' All-Wool'Cashmere Hose full fashioned, sizes S%-iO; colors (black & tan, rog 50c Cotton Down Comforts ' 6 only of these Laminated Cotton Down Comforts;  66X72-.  Covered with dainty floral art silkollne Regular price |3.50 for ..........^.............. One only Satin Covered Stitched Eiderdown- Sfze 72x76. Regulpr price $20.00.............. Ladies' Drawers Indies' Flannelette Drawers, best quality materials, in white only. Regular 60c for ................. Ladies' Skirts, $fi.00 values--$2.95 Less than one-half price for these Ladles' Skirts; smart tailored styles made of fine serges, whipcord and CO QC bedtord corda. Regular $6.00 for ................. Ladies' Waists up to $7.00-$3.95 Beautiful line of Ladles' Silk'and Crepe De Chene Waists; all new styles In great variety of colors- flJ'S-'QK Worth up to $7.00 for.......................... Men's Pyjamas, regular $3.00--$1.49 Men'^ [ Pyjamas In fine imported flannel and flannelette; plain and. 9triped designs. The balance of our stock C� s S((epMcal. iMaclieod, 'Alta., � Jan, 11.-The inteiv estirig ceremony, of installation of officers of' the. Bekah Chapter, No. 7, under; tiie Grand Cha,pter of Alberta, took plaC(vln the Masonic Hall during the week, tlie dnstailatlon ceremony being 'performed by Rt. Ex. Comp. I'M,. M.; Downey, aslsted by Rt. Ex. Comp. Robert Patterson, M.L.A., �when; the undermentioned offioers were .duly'installed: P.Z., James S. LamSert; Z., D. ilj. Murison; ll, Dr. S. M. FAser; J., J,.C. Merkel (Oranum); S.B., 0, W. MoKlnnon; S.N., T. A, Murray; treasurer, J. A. Swinarton; P.S., S. O. LawBon; S,S, B. C. Gamer-on; .TjS,C.W. Stevens; auditors, Rob-"ert Patterson and 0, Cameron. r\flACLEpD WILL .FARMER!8 -KEEiP MARKET OPEN Maoleod, Alta,, Jan. 11,-Owing, no doubti'te thesbad state of tHe, rbads* the atiJendanee' of the termers at "the weeWy-market-has been .-very, measrei and the question of-'closlng the market until the spring 'was discussed at a meeting of thi^-parket committee held on Friday.' 'After-considerable discus-slouj however; It was decided fo keep the market open, several members ot the committer thinking, it would work a ihiardshlp'.on the fai-mer. if- he could not BOir.hls produce through the market. As a;-guidance, both .for fcbe producer'and: consumer, tbe nAlng Calgary, prices "WUJ.'bfl posted Jn the market bftlldiiig'by^larket Mapter F. W. B. .Geo?�e^",iWbJph, jyniprd^^^^ great lioon'iloiiaUi'oopcem'ed -^.i-- , , Wlien a 'newspajper (vriter and .proof reader that works nights; cin feed himself out of dyspepsia, -wliich most all that,(0la�8 suftei; with,. H- is .worth while to know the kind ot food.used. This-matt^says:, .'.. "Being a,s newspaper j writer and proof reader, also a:graduate In medicine as welLvthough, not.- practicing, makes � combination that would produce a skeptic on the sulbject if anything would.. . I - "Day after day I read the proof on the Gi-ape-Nuts advertisements with tlie feeling that they were all 'buncombe.' All thjs time I-was suffering from "^dyspepsla from, the, improper food I was eating at th\^ restauirant. "One day I saw a package oir'Grape-Nuts at the restaurant, and'tried some with cream; The food took my fancy at once. After a few lunches oH it at midnight 1. ^noted - onImproyiement in my feeling^ and was able to work with leas fatlgUe.'> ' - ' , "I liavo used Qrape-Nuts as; a_regular diet sinee: tlien; :�nd have Improved . greatly.JThp,void dyspepsia and bad ;feeliBgi|>tbat"L' thought m\fre necessary adJiinctSTtlJ* night > work disappeared, .and; J ^'i&mab)^ to ^o muob more and better work with less effort than ever Ibefore. "I was nearly ready to give up and seek healthi* In-somfe other walk in life but thanks iomy Qhange in diet I am now all>> right." "There's a Reason," ' ' 1 -, Name r,gt\reii ^ by.^ Oanadlan  Polatum Co,i Windsor, Ont , , Look in Bkga.foriilSve,.famous little ibook, "The fio^d to$WBUYl�e,'f Ever readi'tlie abdve jettert, A new one appeari,fr^,itfme-to tjm?. .They are genwine, aS^i'f\i\mt humsn CANADA LAST yEAR Wimiipeg, Jan. 9.-According to.the report issued by R. G. Dun and Co., commercial failures m the Dominion oJ Canada during 1914 were much more numerous than in previous years, while the aggregate indebtedness also increased materially. The most unfavorable exhibit was made by the trading division, in which there was a inimerical increase of 948 and an expansion m'the amount involved of about $10,000j000.' In manufacturing lines there . were, 1S3 more defaults than ih 1913 and'"the liabilities were larger by $4,000,000, Willie losses among agents; .brokers and similar, concerns were 120 . tor $5,303,968 against only 51, for $1,-505,224 in the previcus year; Geographical analysis of the- Canadian insolvency returns judicates "that, numerically, improvement wa? alone disclosed bv Nova Scotia and Newfoundland, while in Prince Edward Island I there wiis no change from-1913. The record for all other provmcca was adver.se in regard to the liabilities. A particularly uiifavora'{;|e. showing- was made by British..- Columbia wliere the aggregate indtftitedness was $11,650,670 against only $l,378i564. in 1913, wlule an expansion of. almost $2,000,000 was noted in- Sas-ka-tolicwon and more than $1,000,000 i^acli m Ontario, Quebec , and Manitoba. � . . The failures by provinces in 1014 were as follows : New Brunswick 28, Alberta - 91, Manitoba 147, Saskatchewan :164, Saskatchewan 164, British .Columbia 107, Ontario 208, Quebec 301. ; A. held at .8 o'clock. study' of India will be continiiecil'i.'A full attendance is .urged. 'V, The \ oung People's Society ot Kno.v church \villi- hold its weekly meeting tonighi;/ -*>^he topic will be handled by Miss Waterman. * ' '* ^ The Epworth League of Wesley church meets tonight at S o'clock in the church parlor... The topic is a missionary one and the program of unusual interest has been arranged. All young people are cordiall, invited. . signs, All wool. Regular to $5.00........... Smart Styles in Men's Bluchers Men's 'Bl-ucher Boots in a neat style with heavy soles. Leather is selected box caM; QQ comfortable and sightly; regular $6.50 ^HbSJ.!* Ladies' Slippers in Strap Style Ladies' Slippers in smart three strap models; high heel stylb; tine vici Idd; all sizes flj 4 A A in this rangej Regular $2.25 ........^ I bOO Boys' Bluchers, $3 lines for $2.25 Tan Calf Boots tor boys. Style is neat Biucher eflteot, smart'swlnglng last; all sizes; ��9 Regular price. $3.00 .................^biCiO . Axminater kugs, size 27x54- ��4 'je :;-Worth $3.50;;fior ....................^JB.IO Axminster-, Rugs, 40 inches -wide, fringed ends;. Regular $10.00 ...... Oddment' S&le of Rugs, sizes e'9''x9', 9x9, 9x 10'6'' aid 9x12 at prices almost cut in half. See the,?e lines.. -i � Grocery Specials JANUARY SALE 20 pound sack pure ft 1.35 Cane Sugar ....... Peas- Per Can.............. 10c Corn- Per Can.............. 10c 24 pound sack Seal of Quality Flour ......... 85c Beans- , 4 pounds for .......... 25c Rioe- 4 pounds for ,_......... 25c Tomatoes- 2 Cans for ............ 25c Large sized can ot Apples for ............ 10c Eggs- 3 dozen for ........... 88c Strawberries- 2 Cans for....._____... 35c Peaches-� 2 Cans for ,.----....... 25c Sunlight Soap-. 11 Bars for............ 50c Royal Crown iSoap- 6 tor........--------... 22c Panshlne- 3 for........,........ 25c $5.00 75c Specials in Draperies Green Silk Figured Repps, 2 pieces only^ suit able tor hangings or furniture coverings. QC*% Regular price $2.50 ....................9wC Green and fawn Figured Silk Repp, also dark -green monk's clotli; also dark ibrown repp, -values up to $2.00. Suitable for side drapes and portieres; per j'ard............. Cretons and Art .Sateens, values up to 60o. . Beaii-tiful colorings, all less than half "I 0*1% price. Per yard..........................,.lw^U Dress Goods Sale - ,500 yards of these all wool Imperial Serges, foil 44 inch; colors black, white, navy, soarlet, CAfk Regular 90c yard. Sale Price ......... vUw Veyilla Waisting- Flannels 500 yards of this popular Yeyilla Waisting Flannels m light colorings; also 350 yards fine Fi'enoh Flannels in .pink, sky, lavender, old rose, scarlet and cardinal; full 28 inclxes; up to 65c yard. All -one .price .-. ---- ----- ,.. *#?IC GET RID OF ' PIMPLES-QUICK By Doing Stuart's Calciunn Wafers- Natural Little Blood Purifiers That Work Like a Charm. Don't despair if your face is covqred with pimples, blotches, liver spots; or your body is covered in spots with tetter, rash, boils, etc. Just use Stuart's Calcium Wafers for a short time and see how quickly you will clear up your skin. HERE'S A CHANCE FOR FLORENCE .(Iiondoni Chroniela).v. (a h., ' The appeal for .funds to equipia motor aml^ulanre.addressed is;. Mrs. C. A. V. CpnybaareJto All %4th'ody..liave -ah-almost instant; effect' upon all impurities, no matter where looate'd, whether.it be the tip o? the-nose or tlie ends of tlie toes. By the use'of Stimrt'si Calcium Wafers you? complexion will take on a fresher hue and a more natural serico of tints than- ever 'before, : I Impure blood is blue,or; black, Puri fy- If and it .becomeo ruby-red; This color 'showing beneath tlie'skin is the seorot of all -beautiful -eompjexlons,' . Stuart's Calcium ��� Waferss; are i sold by,, all .drugglatB.every where, Price- BO A smalli.sample .pa(Jk ->::5MrtIed^free:;iby addressing-F. J^^^^^ Tt Cp./^75.Stuart^Bldg., Marshall I: -i.-r-AdvL"- ^ ' --wife; Watch Tomorrow Night's Paper for Wednesday i Sale News Rev. VV. W. Coipitts, a pioneer Methodist minister, is dead at Ker-risdalc, B. C. . The late Bishop Dunn . of Quebec, left an estate valued at almost $150,-000. -� � .' ' -� St. Luke's Presbyterian chutch i-al Bathurst, N. B,, was destroyed:..:'-iby> fire.  'i' ' PEARL of -fJxe Rockies Moun+ Temple rAMIsp lij; honor of PrtpcMt . . �--)Ui�o}�,^d�ughwr 'Of Queen and'''"" o*'^� C|pTejTUH>^)nei�l. of Ojyie^da/'^LaW noektai, t!�8 for over twenty years bpaBk >t|te despair:' of .poets and artu�B who Ji8y(i>fifii|y .si^dejirojje^ '9 ^^�^^^^jm^}mir^'' who have not seea It the cAvrm i of this lovely spot. The'lak�:l|^ (. 6,64E feet above the ms and held as It were In :'cliall" and M^th difnonjty away. To'^tbi It'"mains tuirtj^ sera < 'ja year''" *' ||�|�wvtha, M 3 34 ;