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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 1914 DAILY HERALD PAGE HEADACHES ALMOST l ER W G "fnlt-Mlw" "About four jcais readful iua-down condition, wtifc g 1913. li a i illy able to walk upstairs. Weak new pecumr to women wisthectiM trouble. I bad HciJachei (hat alirosl diovc me wild, and most look doll a is' worth of iiicJieiiif from lilt doctors wilLoul -diiy gouu- xetulis. A arj yjsfil n e to laVc 'Tniil- and they proved lo bt ilic hcst do LUC aiiy good. Today, I ftel aS youug girl, and aui able Lo go iur Uojse-ltuld dutiri as usuil, My health is splendid and "Fniit-a-livcV1 iillit Mas. Wn, CRLM. for ft. 50, trial. siie, 250. At all dialers or from rruil-a-tivcs Uiuiiied, OlUwa. TWELVE MINERS KILLED HIrmlpehatn, Ala., Jan. miners" were kilicd'liero by an explp- In B foal mine. An official vesttgallou has been ordered. MILADI Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 QUEBEC OFFICIAL DEAD Quebec, .'an. S. Vend, ei- nudilor of the province of Quebec. K and -time secretary to t'wichoii, a loriner of Mnnltobn, Is dead, aged S3. To lie a t irons liaud iu Ihe dark Lo another "In Ihe lime of need; iu be a cup lo a scul In a of Is In know (be ! To love tbe unlovely, to symjiatblid .wltli ULC couulrv-nHndcd, to give to ibe uncharitable; 10 forgive such i-i "pliy; to'le Jdst to men u'ho unko a repay carcltas hale with never-ceasing love, is onn of tho noblest aitalnmtnLs of man, and li' Uds lie becomes inosL like I'arker. -Mrs. n. Howard Uobsc.ii. Mrs. Alvin Hlj.lcy. iMr. nnJ Mrs. II. T. (irynincr and uhudrtli havp rMurncd from ilulr trip to Iht coast. ft Mr. -Mickay of trie Hank of- Gom- been 10 Drant- nnd Is "here Mr. Short, front If'roderlck, Sast. --Twice1 did Smith refude to lake a drlnX- on-ceusetenlloiiB "Then tt'c Uilnl lime he should'Uavo It-It Justified In UUIng onc.Jr, saV" three scruples make oue American. -.Mr EaJrin. accounl.nnl rcClenaghiin, corntr of SiiUi avenue ftnil Twelfsh RlrceL Junior Guild o( Si. Nlary's cli'jrcli will-iutet at seven. o'clock cM'iiing jits. Vv hTODt. Mrs, I., U. DcYeber will receive on Wednesday for the Ibis" sea-. son, arlor to leaving shortly fpr Ol- Tlie VVillaid C, T. L- will ineeL on Thursday af'-crnoon a( 3 o'clock Uvitli Mrs. Hrickcr, Kilih Ave., X. I All are asked, to liutc-it a with DeVeber. >1r. and R. Wriglif ATA] children, lift ytstertUiy (o spend the point lo tic liiten irbuMpd wlili rheumatism of late but expects to return iu Ihe much henefllted. winUr Mr. Wrigbl hu WcStmlnsicr Guild ol Knox _. t jts rCguiar'meeting for.jrht, when-Die first ol a. Miles Great -.Verses of the j Iwill be Mr. Harris will: Mrs- W. 0. itutton, Sixth ATC., late the iojilc, .John, at to: was taken lo the G alt hospital yes- night's meeting, and il possible, tctdar with an alla'ck ol r.ervous that representative- from'the ._ iMaelwd'( lin'the city this will glvd Mr'an'd Mrs. Frank addresses. A lull of Ihelr daughter, Leah earnestly clcstrpd. to William C. Mitchell Plncher Creek district Trill hold Sunday scliool coriventton In .the How you can 'do your share'toward lowering the-'cost of marketing merchandise I BY, J. fl. HAMILTON Former Advertising Manager Wana Philadelphia Lu to William C. Mitchell Thursday January S, at nine Practically every standard Ih'lng you -buy TB- an advertised article. And.itJi. alwiys cheap-.. Cr becauie It Tne volume and the dlstclbiitlon more than Take up for the ad- vert! ilng colt. You can't sfrid ealeiman around from door- to door as cheaply a> you can newspaper. If you would cnly learrv le. read consciously and even tagcrly what the" r have to say about Its product 1 you would bring down the cost of each article Immeasurably.. After you have read what a man has to say for hie proJucl. Ihen you measure Ihe i thtmselvei 'thls claims (or. them, and In "a very inert knew where to get the best 'of: everything: II It Is such A ls; such a tlme-saver..1'li.'And ijnce every o'clock, at C04 Seyeclh sCreet, Muscallne, Iowa. At home lifter at Lcth- brtdge, Alta. Mrs. K. McCaffrej, B32 Twelfth street D North, welcomed a goodly uumljer of c.iHcra on Saturday aflcr- IKJOR, when sho received for the tlrrie slnco her marrSage although the stormy arternoon no doubt kept many Mrs. P.-J. AleTander assist- ed ..In receiving. Mrs. A, Wlt- llanison poureil tea. arid Mrs. D. A. cut Iho Ices In (.lie pretty chry- santhemum-adorned tea room. 1 served and O'JIara, iy Daweon Dr. L. U. Jlnson arrived in the cUr yesterday from Edmonton on profes- sional business. He expects to re- .urn north In about a vvcek'a time. Tho sanHarlum started hy Dr. Mason )n Kdmonion la In i runnUig order, atid surgical rases viill te treated. II- will bo succeeded here hy Dr. Charles -McFadden, "who I arrlvo .it trie end of (he .week. through advertising, whether you know (t or not, why not 'look for the Instead of making (t look for -Vi-rt If you'wll do 1 problem win be simplified Irn- mediately. When this Ir- done, Ihe aelllng cost ol everything 'will again be lowered and you, -the buying public, will be the .ones to gain the It alio makta a bt ol diiftr- ence whether the you buy :frdm really behind his mer- chandlie, or merely behind his And, whether you are -buying for quality or buying for price, the man behind his mar- Tchandlae Ift the: only man-to [.trust. i j The man who advertiiea gives you his bond of' good faith. He hia name to what says, If ho doesn't live up to hie claims, you've got something to come back at, You Cu.i put your 'finger on him. .You know wtiere's at. The man doesn't .cdvertlie hai nothing' to and therefore he Is IMble to be ..tesi careful of what he doec. Thli paper today Is filled with .the advtfUscrr.enia of men who have the courige (o stand back ;'of their merchandfte, Look over the advertising Inewa; read what these men have to say and make your iholcft ol all you Are going to Duy. ,C.LUDa AND SL will mtfci lomorrowj aricrnoon. tvt j 3.SO, when-a tiill" anehdanrc IB of the First IJap- llft church will'ri'.cct with Mrs, Coop cr, Fonrjh avenue-South, on AVnt- ncoday nt three o'clock Presbyterian church at Plncher'Crcelc Thursday evening and Friday naorninj Rev. A. A. LyllB IB president, and P. Nellson Is secretary. Rev_ A. G. Cameron vrlll glvq an add res 3 on ThursJay iilglil, Eyaripellstlc Aim of. the Sunday lo Atloln and on Friday, morning on "A Practical Pro- granirac o' Mfssiqnary ID tho Sunday Echool." -f. ,4 SU Cyprian's Sunday Bchool are planning; to InBLal R lib ran" for-the use of the EcliolDrs in the courso ol a week or and Canon McMUIeji 51 ill to ple.ised to receive .books BJiH- nble for children from any who-'may have them lo ipare. 'Mojiey conlrl- butlons to be devoted lo tho purchasj of tiooks .will also received from those wishing to heln on tJila most useful branch ofj Sunday ecihool work f? The annual meeting of the Parish qt SU Mnry held otv Friday nlghi hen a large numhcr of pariBhionera present llev. C. II. Tonham read his report of the pastoral work of the parish and gave a general review, o' year's' ork, tho first In tlie present bullJ-' The acconnla for the year were prfi-' scnted by the wardens and the guilds and All -funds "were. In shape and_ Iho various orRanlzattona .hatl done, EplenilEtl work, especially .lliei Gnlltt, who hurt had a year ol cltorl, which had been TDw.irdefl bj'_ splendid rcsuIlB. 1} la a financial statement for the year: ;l Rec'pts Dal'cO. Corporallon t 1012.0? 1G.60 1P01.00 ing.ctf 35.05 THE LAST WEEK OF OUR ANNUAL JANUARY CLEARANCE Five more days of Big Values and Small Prices. Don't miss this opportunity to buy for your immediate and future wants ODAV started week nf Smart Styles in Ladies' Tan Blucl icrs This lia-.- of Ijdlei1 Tan Calr IllutlicrB repreEenla some o' our resular J3.00 and t3.50 values. They are In HlKh ani lum tlyle twls lo all the latest !asU. A domfortaMc 2nd perfect lilting liool. A Ecrvlctablc shoe for lllil'e [QOney. Fale, pair..... 51.99 Ladies Vici Kid Balmoral Boots Smart- Vi'lrurr Style IJalmoral DocU fgr ladles: McxMlcd with medium heeh and patent too-cape. Also' a few .paJre 6l VIcl KW liutAoa IlooU with hlgn heela.. Euld In the 4Q 9 I I W way at JaLuary 1 hese Siiits Men s Underwear for to-morrow only. Men's Pure Wool Undcr'-year In heavy- ribbed siy.les and wlater welstts. All-sizes color. Just abcut 25 of suILa to' go on sole -t QQ per Bull- V l.iW Natural Wool loinations for Men Perfect -.lltting Blyles Corabln- n'ell [inlshed, closed crdlch style, raado from Jiesvr -.In natural color: A .-veryi.solt ,nnd comfort- 'ODAV starlcd Ilii; second mill lasl Jaiuun.v Sale. ;intl juilHiny from llio crowds of pcopli- who lilh'd this hiij store all dny, we will In; even liusicr Ihan we wi-jt- liisl week. Those lire special valuc- Ilulli floors nf lliis slore nrc filk'd wilh seiisoitnblc jnerolianiiise, of our liijjli standard values al prices Lhal have never lieei) cijiuilleil in lliis able garment. Hegular JJ-50... 98c Bricklayers, etc. lipe. of cul Irom Icallicr wlth'UMinib and palm, lace a'crOEE liaud il tlie baclij sujtable fpr brick- layers, lumber-yard men an4 handle mil'rtjils..' iCasemeht'. Cloth lie yd. Three "plfcVs.-'o[ Ihls'WElish Casement i', heitniSlIf" rteslina In frten, Tose and Evcrylliins in HooU aiid Dry Cioocls, Ocnl's I-'unnshiiigs and Ciupcls, suli- sliinlial rcdiiclions from regular prices. Although have had five days of tremen- dous selling, varieties are still good In most Space does not permit for b-jl a of our specially priced i'-err.s. -To reallza the fullest extent, the special values we are offer- ing, you must came a.Td see for yourself. Our orders from headquarters slate that stock must be reduced and theae 'orders must be obeyed, no matter what the loss rnay be. goods are for cash only, and cannot be exchanged nor taken. out on approval. News from the Carpet Section 1 ONLY, HEAVY RUG in'Oriental design.' Size Insular J17.50, SO CO 1 ONLY, WILTON dainty fawn and greep conventional dc-slgps. Silo by 12. 2 ONLY, JAPANESE FIBRE RUGS In red and green Oriental medallion dcsign- .Size 3x12. Itceular 511.CO Cg OR :'-for ..V.................... 2 ROLLS BRUSSELS CARPETS, fawn ar.r! jreen, Persian mid Ccnvcnlloual designs. 27 Inches wide. Ussu J1.50; per >ard Superior Quality Ladies' Sweater Coats .Novcliy styles in lollies' Superior Qual- soft V.'ool Sweater Ccnl.s. Some of llicse are in colors, others in prettY effect. Tliorc are ulso some cr Hie striptJl blazer Coals tu liie lot. so i-opular for sc-hno! and skating wear. Uoeulai- to CO CO Beautiful Kimonas in Latest iilalil In .1-piisUv Kltnouas, CUL fyon lipavy Dlanhel and Mikado Cre'pos.' Some are ID hleli waist line, oliicrs finished girdle. All sood vahie ST, OC Children's Sweater Coats LiUcat allies In Sweater Ccala for..child- In V-nerk, 'others In blgli. fitting, collar, style. .Plain while, navy, .anil Kliakl, also iirc-tty color combinations., as nai'y an-J 'cardinal, aurt etc., 5lio3 for girls.and mifises from i C (o 12; 51.75 for Clearance of slightly soiled Napkins lilgli srado Satin Dantask kir.5 in broken 3 lo 12 o[ each design.' These arc slightly soiled. iiiclies. to 24x21 inched, ready lor H2e. The prices on Kiese arc ftbout 1-3 less limn xuiTJlar. Januc-'y Sale. 1'er Chivers' English at Sale Prices Four pound tins of C-hlvers' .Tains in Itasp- hcrry. Strawberry, Red Currant and Black- IjeTry'tlavOTK, regular 75c c.uality off J at per tin Cliina JSets B oys Dinner Ono'Is 'neat' llbld other'.a djlnlyjfosc' deslyn. cpp 50 Al-L'OPEIJl, S Suits- Winter. Styles Only -JS'of these hlsn grade suits for hoys The rnaterlals-UiCd-In these suits arc hnrd J ncarlr.R Imported Tweeds and They arc In neat patterns and mixed effects thst arc FO popular Just now. These reji- reienl' our regular values Trcm tS.OQ to CC QR Allono price.....: Dainty Designs in Table .200 yards of Lhis tialf bleached Table. Ivipen, cveiy UirtaJ lincu, in -beaulilul floral cffccLs. 04 inchoj xvlde. A very heavy damask. Regular "7tc; January sale, VS.T.I 49c Grey Union Ian kets A lieavy trey union fllankcl, eitra well .scburctl. One of the best values In. Htank- ..etF that, we carry. stzo S Ibs. Ik-pillar }4.00. January'Eale, per pair lor these genuine Eiderdown Comforters v flicse arc iho yet cczlesl bed COT- cilng >ou can imagine- Made fiom pure Arctic Down and covered with dainty de- filgna In down-proof Art Saleonp. Size 66x72. for CSI.OI 673.23 18.38 Jan. li.-r-Owine'lo the, iarjf'aTiiOurll of work- Iril-oTcr 112.50 10S.i5 3.H' t V... 1-227.05 200.55 2H.SP I drcljcd'rn! lo. iijulf'laVe.aiil-' ntv'm- 12100 119.70 this ytar, saM Oto. Uury, ol Ihe C.P.R.. who ic- 51.50 3i.nO llltncd'front a conlcrcncc witlt1 Sir THE MAIOEN'OF Ron n .Tjrlsllo I'arls fa acciieed nl wifljllng lo revlre.' It lie cnly n runlr. General l.a [lies' (iuiiil Junior rtirllil fioclcl; Parish hnll.. Sunday school Thc following otflccrs elected, (or 1011: 'P.' Unnn'orlh and G. Wnshbrook. Arnoln, f. Clayton, P. i. Collins, J. Cower. A. Hclller, S. lltltn- R. A. Jnckscn, S. Jones, Ij. Kllncr, J. .Mason, J. renreon, and Taylor. Vestry J. Collins. J. Co'.'.lns nnd P. Clay: Inn. I Ifky delegates to Iho J. Collfns anil .1. P. Una-worth. I'. Clayton 1'rioinas Shaiighncssy, Montreal 'C T) A A7 S BAY STORES -li was felt or Uic Ihe ccmpanj- ha.'l plrniy to ai it ivas nnrt Uol to prtjiro any ruorc oilcn- xt plitis wouW mcan.lcav- IJT Ihrni over un'lil 1015. Vndtr circunislarcra, (he. coni- pony's cnerslts are tn be centered on pushing ahead the double Irarking, Uic coTtipldion ol six hunrtred milts of -.branch li'r.p 'cltcnslons trial. hive been sloitcdLartd1 lo rnzvc-all hr.idway on tunnel tlirouili the Stlklrls ?.nd Ihe Ictniin'al Imprdvemtnts Itl aid couvci. WONOtLHKUL HICTUHu OF BATTLESHIP in lOHUi lo Europe Ij.ililr.'hlp VL-I monl encountered very ronjli vreallicr, sr.d Lhls puotoxraFli was seciiteJ iij- a rannljpr ol Ilic crew ol tho U. S. balllc tbto Wxomlnf. ;