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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE WmSgl)WANUARY 13, , , .' ,, LETH BmDG E �A DAILY HERAXTi PAGE SRVStt 5!' The Last Few Days Of Our Great ^^^P^^ Sail Will brinj? crowds, ol keen buyers to the Popular Store. Every dcpatt^ moiit has its quota' oi" Special Bargains to offer. Make an cltort to mingle with the crowds Thursday. It will pay you. Men's Business Suits A FINAL CLEARANCE Suits neatly tailored and niaao up of U>;eed or worstod cloths in mixtures of brown aud, green. Splendid fitting siiitB, fully Avortli $15.00. � Sale Price .......:.. $7.50 V If you need a suit, don't hesitate; If you are not requiring one at the nioment, buy one and place it aside a few weeks-you'll 'bo tlie%ainor. Men's Fine Negligee Shirts Shirts in most desirable patterns and .^mater-Mb; self tones of fine zephyrs and'pririt'edlTfab-rlcfl. Regular price $1.25. Sale Price, each 95c Boys' Wool Combinations^ Pine Wool ConHbinations of elastic knit and thoroughly shrunk. Regular ?1.75. Sale Price'..: : V.. .^^^^^^ Sc Just Arrived McCall February Maga% ines and PatterriB � Dress Goods Dept. Offer^ TWEED PRESS" GOODS-40 inch width, as'eort- 35c ed .patterns. Regular price 75c- Said Price per yard............. COBD DRE8S VELVETS-27 inch wldth;>^the  shades'are black, purple, navy and red. i a 'Kegular .7Bc. Sale Price per yard.... W f Allover 'Laces and Nets at OttiB-Third oft' Regular Price^. Hosiery values worib considering CHILDREN'S CASHMERE HOSE with shaped leg of fine knit. Prices up to 45c- 5)K*� Sale Price per i>air .................... b9v WOMEN'S BLACK fcoTTON HOSE with riat- ural wool sole. Regular price 35c- Sale Price, per pair .............. .....CvW WOMEN'S FINE BLACK LISLE HOSE-Helms-dorf dye with double bolo. Regular SSc. Sale Price per pair.........:........... Swiss Embroideries ii'ino Insertions and Edgings .of dainty pattern.. Regular 5c. Enibroidery Sale Price- 2 for ................................. Fine Corset, Cover Embroideries, a.-isortbd designs of fine lawn. Regular 25c. Em- ' "I C broidery Sale Price per yard........'.. /. I wC Allover Bnalbroideries of assorted widths and patterns., ^^.^l.'ies up to |1.00- Sale Price tier yard ............. Bargains from the Staple Section LINEN MUCK; TOWELLING of pure white, reg 30c yard. Sale Price per yard bUC - LINEN CRASH ROLLER TOWELLING with . red border, 17 inch width. Regular 15c  ^ �! _ Sale Price per yard ...... ____...... lb2'C BUTCHERS' LINEN-Unbleached linen suitable for numerous domestic purposes. 42 inch, reg 35c. Sale Price per yard UNBLEACHED TABLE LINEN of flowered design. Regular 65c yard- ^'9 1 -, Sale Price per yard................. ^ I "JJC � BLEACHED SHEETING of 9/4 width, fine quality yet strong wearing material. Rer. 50c yard. Sale Price per yard - BED SHEETS of full size. Reg. ff;* $1.75palr. Sale Prlpe per pair......^ I afcO Money Saving ials At 22ic 374c Aprop. Gingham, 4^^ widt1^i9� Wue and white checli, regular price ISC'pei? yard. .SalePrice^iper,yard ;....v.v.^'vv9c Miss'McKay, who lor the pasii threu years has been connected with the, Nursing Mission, left b)' the midnight train for Chicago to- take infant wcl-iaro work in thatvcity. Before leaving, Miss McKav was presented with two beautiful to^ere, ones in the form of a gold wrist watch prp.sent�d bv Drs. Gal-| hraith and Catflpbcll on behalf of the | doctors of the city, the other being I ,a: pearl apdS amethyst pendant tjy.i Mrs. G-. R&bthson on behalf of the: hdaffl'.' MiS&''M'cKay has made many : friends while in the city and will tic greatly misscd-^Uy the mission. .  � t COOLi*NG-nUFFLE In tae First Baptist church on Monday evening last J!r. Thomas E. .Cpp.ling and,,-Mis.s Koso Ruffle, were united in marriage by the pastor. Rev. David Ross. Sir. .John ]{. Moody of 13th St. N., and Miss Charlotte Kufflc of Grassy Lake, acted as witnesses. A large, number oi friciwis assembled to wish the happy pair Godspeed. Supper wa.s served at 621 9tli Ave. S. m � � ; AjmeetiMgof41ic VV'oinen'.s iMission-ary ScrOicty of Knox church, was held last nijjht in the school-room. As this was the annual meeting, the t imc was devoted to routine business and the reading of reports : The fc(llowing ollicers were appointed for the coming year: Hon. President-Mrs. Dcnoon. President--Mrs.' William McClure. First Vice^i'csideut-Mrs. Charles McKillop. Second Vice-president-Miss Jessie McLeay. ;  i Secrotary-fiMis. A. M. Fisher. 1 Treasurer-Mrs. McClenaghan. ! "Messenger" Kccretarv-Miss McClure. ' ' i � �>  I ! The annual meeting of the \Vo-meif's Civic club will be held in the Y. .M. C. A. auditorium Thursday afternoon at four o'clock. All members are ^ itrgsd to be present. Tire Woman's Auxiliary of St. Maiy's church held their annual mealing 'on Mcnday last with a large at-i tiendance. The. following officers were elected tor the ensuing year : President-^Irs. Mitchell. _ Vice-President-iMrs. W'ashbrook. �r Secretary-Mrs. Mason. ;Ti-easurer-Mrs. Unsworth.  ' Literature Secretary-Mrs. Ueid. ' Auditors-Mirs.' A. Arnold and Mrs. i Ford. ; Delegates to'lAnnual Convention - jlr.s, Mitchell__ajBd Mrs. .Unsworth. This Popular Shopping Place For Thursday s Selling Ladies' Coats for speedy clearance LOT NO; 1-Handsomely tailored models In Tjadies' Tweed Coats, all smart up-to-tho-mlnute .styles; smait colorings. Just 5 in this clearing lot. Velvet and prettily trimmed ftTf fiC collars. iRegular $18.00 ............^1 03 LOT NO. 2-Just two of these beautiful Silk P.hish Coats for two lucky purchasers. Style is klmona sleeve, emipire effect, convertible collar, cijt away froht, trimmed with self colored 'buttons, lined throughout with heavy weight Q 4 O tttt it-alian satin lining. Regular ?25.00 9 I CaUU Specials in Night Dresses tor Tomorrow's Selling LOT NO. 1-^Ladies' Night Dresses of splendid quality Flaniielette, high or low neck, long or short-sleeves trimmed with linen Torchon OQm lace.' Regular iirlce ?1.50 .............. 03 U LOT, NO. 2-This line of Cotton iN'ight Dresses represents groat value. Open front style, neatly trimmed .with, lace edging; long sleeves. IJC j* Cornea in fiiU sizes. Regular $1.25......09v LOT-Kid.'3-^'Hiis lot is comprised of Children's Flannelette Night Dresses; .material is good quality. .Tdsi: a few odd sizes to clear out at half; price, ' Regular fl.OO ............. 9UC Ecru Scrim 1 piece only of this tine Ecru Scrim, 34 Inches wide, wltli pretty lace edging- OJ%*� Regular 50c. Per Yard"............... CwC 75c BUYS $2.00 AND $2.26 VALUES IN Mocha Gloves For the early shopper-18 pairs of these Moeha Gloves, nehtly wool lined. Small sizea. The gular values were $2.00 and $3.26. Made of finie selected leather. On sale at. 7Se 99,c ASTHMA COUGHS A simple, life hd eBectlve trmlinenl ivold-Inkdfujs; � Uted wlih luccctt lor 35 y�ir�. � The �lr Mrryinjt the antiseptic v�Bor,lnti�led with every bruih, makes soothes the sore throat;  and al^aps-the: couch, assurlncrestrulnlghts. Creaolenels Invaluable to mothers wtlhyoijng children ind a toon to Euft'cr^s Irani Asthina. Send us pattml/ar , deacriptiw tmUtt , UeialatlBli�B�i.�ito>r'> breatbint eisr, TURKS TURNBACk On Second 'Thought, Decide Not to. JWal^h; on', Egypt ^ iLondon,;.;Jan. 11.-^^Advices received here from/Athens say .that It is now reported iji. the Greek capltfvl that the plan to have the eighth Turkish army corps proceed from' Damascus to the Elgyptlan frontier has been abandoned. A previous" dispatch from Athens said this .army corps, well-provisioned and prtjvlded with 8100 camels already had l^t DamaBCUB for Egypt. BYE.ELECTI0N9 fN EAST Write liiMWl In Jacques Cartler and Terrebonne-Probable-Candldateti Speculating and Outlook is Good �S Wiimipcg, Jan. 13.-E. P. Winsldw, (superintendent of ncj:th-wcst branches .fil the Bank 6t Montreal, arrived ycs-L^brday alter spending two months in .ihe four, western provinces. ; "The outlook of our larmers in the -prairie provinces at the present time ,>3, 1 believe, hotter than it has ever iecn in the history of this country," he said...... �, "This outlook has improved because .tilt) fjiTmer is not thinking at the .ptcsent time oJ selling or speculating, but is devoting his entire undivided .attention to the wo-rk of making �ihoney in the cultivation of the soil. ^Trustee W. W, Hodgson was clectod .Chairman of the Toronto Board of j'JjJducation, ITHE TORTURES OF RHEUMATISM are always aggravated during damp, changeable weather mm ordinary treatments are often useless. Sneh MHidltlon* need the oil-lood in J>cori> foMiMiMi ti> redncatiM injuriolu add* and etrcnctlien the orfaMtoespelthem, &alt?��hHiWen,irlthe�nfUldiet for om nsonth, often relieves the 'lame nraidee mhI >tlffe�ed Joiata ud auNncithe ahrrp, iuaheanUe paias when othar roBadiaa'Puire felled, . Ottawal'Ont, Jan. 13.-rWritB have been iSBued^ for h^e-elections in Jac-been iBBUe^ -' for � '^Bye-el^cllohs in Jaoquea Cartler. and Ter^ehonne on February 8; ^M�!8s^8;i Detfparries and Patt?naud.wlU'likely b� Jhe; government tjandidates In .thejse' cb'nstitiien. des. �South Walterloaoi 'made vacant by the, deat'li ilf - 'Hon; ''C^bifge Glare, will likely bei filled at once. Georgp Pattlnsbn, OT-M.UA./'will-probably be the goverhiiient.candidal. DECLARES CANADA HAS NO BIGHT TO PARTICIPATE IN IMPERIAL V/ARS , . SMALLEST- ftEOPLB. IN ,,WORLD The 3hhaWtants of the Andaman Islands ar^ tlie smallest race of people In the 'world, The average height of a full-grown Andaman Is four feet five Inches,! and ^few weigh ovi^r,76 pounds. They are-^arvellously swift of foot, and, aa .they. smear theiuselves over with a mixture, of oil and, red ochre, present a yery strange appearance. Few travellers care to encounter any of these bellicose little people, for their al^lll In .throwing the spear, and I In using the' bo'w Is only equalled by their readiness to attack gtrangers. GERMAN TAUBES CHASED mm Paris, Jan. 11.-Two Gorman aeroplanes heading for Paris were sighted yesterday 'by French , air patrols, which nqw prulse over a region consld* erahle \jto tjje north of Paris:  One of the Getmap' machines vfais near Ponr tolse and rthle other was sighted over liammartlnj ' Botlv' turnied nbrthAvftrd again Tvhen;theyv,M.w;,the.F|reBch ^erq-lanes drl^lngr In'tBsli'dlre'dtidn. ' The t>reijenc6 of the hostile aero-piniee in .thlBv;0filnltyj yepteniify re:, garded aa int'9re�tlnKj' as u is'(Consider, ed likely tft^t It waS the Intention of the Qennaw airmen toj;ati^6k Paris aa4 London simultaneowisly.. MANITOBA ^ QRAli^ i^RDWCRS IN. k'l^SjI^ON .AT BRANDON Brandon, Mart,, Jan.: 13.^Manitoba grain groVers. opened their 12th annual oonveutjpn jjorej^t'oday.' Mayor ' � ,'� "mm0t '�The 'ihn'ual -fflB^'tih'g 'of "-the Women'3 Au^ciliary of S.t. Cyprian's church for. the election ofr^fliccrs and stahdins, committees AviJnijre held in tlje Parish' Room Thursdas^Iteriioon at three o'clock. All tltojinenibers. as �'well as those lnteresied-lh..the work are corr-dially inSited-t'Si-be' present. --Rcfreslf hientS will he served alter the business meeting. .,, Edmonton Bulletin: A cable to Mrs. Edmlston, 114th street, received from her son at Salisbury Plain, contains ainother Item to be chronicled in Cupid's-: war. dlary.i fit lives ^he news of i tlie' marriage of liieut. Kenneth Wll-; ilam Eldmiston of the 19th Albarta Dragoons, son of,the late William Ed-mistbii and of Mfs. Edmlston, to Miss Marian Robertson-Allan of Ottawa, to take place in London on Wednesday of! this week. Tlie bride-to-be, a pop-lilar -visitor In town last witter, is a niece of Mr. Alex. Taylor of this city. .The prospective .bridegroom, a young Man horn in the Vicinity of Edmonton, is carrying out family traditions in gojng- to the do.fgnce of his country, fie Is'a d'sscendaht'ot the late General Sir Fenwick-Wllllams, known as the Siero, .of Kars, because of his gallant ;iconduct,iii defeiitie, of Kars In the 'Grimban'war. The marriage is of the greatest intsrest to many Edmonton . {Quebec,. Jan. 12.-Armand.-Lavergne.|,jEi:i?nds, and hosti8,:olr good -wishes wi'.l cx-M.P., Henri Boiifassa's friend and be tendered to the happy couple, and nationalist lieutenant, made ' sensa-, warmest'hopes l^ar their safe, return tional ;speech frcai his seat in.'v the! ^n the not far distant future. Quebec legislature last nigh^ denounce  '  > "1 know 1 shall be attacked by tl>e.| papers and called a traitor'!j be- said, i "but I aiii obliged to say wKa*. 'H think, and that is that we arc in a dangerous state of politics at pres-' cnt. Wn are marching on fast, but wc | do not know where we arc going -to fall." "Edward Blake and Sir John Mac-' donald," ho added, "had always refused to participate in imperial wars. To enter a foreign war in 'TchlFh.Cji.n-r ada had no say was dangerous. The position of Canada as'a colony was well delinEd. It was for Kngland to defend Canada not Canada to defend England. � 1 ^ "Canada'toc& over its own defences when the British troops left Qan-ada. That was the onlj' constitutional obligation and everything else was .sentiment. He always would."'ojpposc, the entrance of Canada Ixii^ier-ial wars until the day when Canada was on an equality 'with England. Tiiey were spending much iiio^icy sending men and guns'across tlie ocean and today-tlioro-was not.....cannon:-to, defend Canada. Canada's, doors: Jara Ofien to invasion. As had.been said before, thprc could vise no taxation without represcntatioii', - what would be the duty of Canada, if ..the .itua-,| tion- should changp md'EngliTrfd'feliOuld be fiffihting Franca ?" Mr, iL^vcrgne askocTID conclusion. -ri^j-; piilldreii's Boots yici Kid Button Boots for children. Leather is vicl kid in sizes 1 to 7. Regular price ?1.dO. Sale Price ............'........ Ladles' "K" Boots The "k" Boots for ladles' wear. Fine selected leathers in Bal and Button models, QQ Regular $6.00. Sale Price .........90a99 Meii's House Slippers .Black and tan leatlier House Slippers, very comfortable fitting, high or low styles. Regular ^2.75 values ................9C*UU Boys' "K" Boots Anotlier lot of these "K" Boots for boys. Blu-cher style in black only. Well selected vlcl kid. .^izes 11 to 1. Regular price ?3.50. CO OC' Sale Price .......... ............9CmC9 ^orset Clearaiicfe 69c � An unusually attractive special in our Corset Section., .Odd Hues; the regular prices run up to ?a50. made o'f'flne coutll, all neat models. dJQ^ ;� Just 16 OR 18 pairs to clear put at._____DwC' eieairance of Rag Rugs � Size 24x36., shade only- 7Am Reguldr prlcei;?1.25......... I Ui# � �� '. � � �'Size,;37s54."' Rose and-.gjeen- '"Regulat price' $1-75 ....... -...... Size 36x63;: Blue, grey or rose- CO flA Rcgiilar pricff 13.50 .................4PCsUU $1.00 HALF PRICE ACCEPTED FOR THESE Motor Scarfs Sky, champagne, maroon and black are the colors represented in this handsome clearance lot of Motor Sca-Tfs. Clearing at one-half - AJ5f�i price. Regular 50�. Sale.Price........CwV 35c Long Wrist Mitt� A GENUINE SNAP AT 15c For the cold days, you will approve of these Mitts. For misses, ladles, children and boys; long .TiTlst style, ribibed wool In colors: white, pale blue, navy, brown and black. 35c 4 Cm values in it'hurry-out sale at, iier pair... .1 wU 75c Hosiery 35c Less tliah half price will be accepted for these 1/1 RlHbed Hose. But there are just 18 pairs of "'tlfem',' 's'6"c6me'"early. Sizes 8%; 'Regu-' OCj* lar 7&c. Must 'be cleared............... Men's Work Shirts $1.25 VALUES-6Sc Grey Flannel, the popular Work Shirt foil- men. Cut large and roomy, hard wearing and comfortable. Regular |1.25 .......____; P9w Boys' Grey Shirts of Flannel 65c Boys' Grey Flannel Shirts to go on sale for one day only. Sturdy and durable, sizes 12% fiC to 14. Ail $1.00 values. Sale Price.... 05>C 15c for a Man's Felt Hat! Men's Felt Hats. Not many of them. Odd lines and sizes, fine, quality felt, values up to 4 Bi* |2',25. While they last....... .....'... I 9C Men's Gaps, new in~90c  Your choice of any of our entire stock of Men's C^ps-cut from Imported tweeds and worsteds in handsome light and dark effects for AA^ Sale Price................... ......... 911C Green Silkoline 4c A special''that will be snapped fh-at customer or.two., Plain, green, 36-inch. SUkollne that Is slightly creased, used at Xmas for ' Mg^ taible covering. Regular 20o; per yard.;'.: "iw Inlaid Linoleiun For that room, kitchen, dining room, bathroom, hallcpr jiantry, where you desire a wear-resisting linoreum." Here is'your opportunity: Nairn's and "Barry's Scotch Inlalds-^patterns through to, the back; Blocks, tiles, florals, etc--Regular fl.OO. Per Square Yard.... ,'� '5 YOUNG KIPPERED HERRINIG, B-ifor ...... B. c. scout! brand salmon, 2ifor ...... figs- '% 3 pounds for.......... 25c 25c 15c Grocery Specials PICKLED, WHITE'ONvOllk IONS AND MIXED CbUv EGGS- . 'H-OSli* 3 dozen for____.......^UMiW RICE- 4 pounds for...... SUNLIGHT SOAP 11 toars for........ PANSHINE- 3 for......... 75c 25e 50e 25c 11 s �J 1 GRAND RUSSIA FLOATS - Petrograd, Jan.ia.^^BBMtof New York*bankers, includlij|j^fflpAIor!jan, have agreed to loan 'th^Miresian^gfjv-ernment $l2.000,000i-^.aoeording; to an official announcement mflde here today. This amount is subject 10 a' draft at one, two or three months; at AUDllpRIUM KlNK (Covered) Thorsday FDUO PEES Best Dressed Lady Best Dressed Geiit Comic Dressed Lady Comic Dressed Gent ' Masked Slating-7.30 to 9' Judging, at Nine. :'' - ADMISSION: , . Skaters' � ': S- ,APULTS;:'26 CENTS . ,;;fe^.CHILOREj^l 15 CENTS ^ Si)ect'at�rs ADULTS 16 CENTS CHILDREN 10 CENTS '' ^ t 0 i--^; . - V * 'Citizen's Band in Attendancj! WE SlE AND TEN > RUNPRGOONCIL FERNIE FATHER SHOWS THEM ALL THE WAY TO THE ' COUNCIL TABLE supervision of all woric "in the parks and sees that tlie snow p^ow does its iuty during the winter. The contest bids fair to he auite warm, especially tlmt lor mayor'between Morrison and Uphifl.j It will sure bo an utihill race for someone. SCOTT ACT AT MAGRATH Magrath, Alta, Jan. W.-^lPhe ISctit',' Act, under which the authorities! hava prohibited the wholest^e ' li(luor-^5|ie(K pie to supply any more-Hqiior-tb'ipeo-' i'2. - (Sp6cial).-The'pilf''e lias_�lso bQen._putJnto; force CANADIAN WIVES WILLING ,4. HUSBANDS SHOULD ENUfT Ottawa, Ont., Jan. 11.-Wives of crults joining the Ottawa forces be^jigi raised for the thlrd> contingent fa|iBi not causing nsarly tlife troubveexperl-: enced when the first contingent was being enrollad. On Saturday night one young-w^^ man accompanied her ihusband to.'/^e-] recruiting office of the 43rd and :ex-^ pressed great satisfaction when.'Jier husband �w&b accepted. Vfj; ','ThBt is the spirit of a great many British "Wives showing now that th^y ; are being called upon to show tHWr F'ornie, Jan.-lX. - ^tapeciai). inc ^^^^^ throughout the proMttltlon;'arearWortb,''' said the recruiting offIce^jtd-' occasion-oi the annual meeting in the Alberta. �^��J-y^-^' ' day. (Grand Opera house to j)erinit the I various candidates for aldermanic i honors and thc>asinraiit.s. for the position of mayor during the civic year just to begin, brought out a . rrowd which filled every seat in the hall. Mayor Gates presided iind as the annual statement of the condition' ot afiairs, iinanciallv, was not ready to present, the meeting became - mnd ot free for all gabbcnest in which the honors were well scattered. v- The aill-ahsorbing theme of discussion seeniort to be wind horns ., and drums. It was wlicther th� Italian or: the Coal Creek Fernie E.vcelfeior hand should be favored with an appropriation for next sxiinnier's musical en-twtainmenj o�;l.hc people-of the townf Win. jJackson carried dK the honors in this verbal � contest [6r vot-es>i � by anliounoing.sB(i)pliaticallj'-'. that "what-evp.r^hjs, last year's record, upon that qposUon inigfit be found to be, he assured his hearers -that if re-eleofced he wpvt-^'.oppose -any vote to any band for next .year..'. -" �.' '-v.'- . G'ouncilJor .Robiciiaud perhaps drew forth .thp, inost hearty applause �c-corij^; :'tp;.jujy: of tre sjieakers and sat dQ^\vn at the end ot a very brief spebcteamidst the wplause of thej^ wlioli^^.house.-- ' Mr;. Kfrjilchaud is past three score aJid loni 'butcis; the roost useful mem-' ber,'6f the .'hoard, and iC elected next 'rim;ts^ay,whiQji every body hopes he |,�,'4Us-ttci -m!Hi..'h�i'5Ja;iinKi.*irib)iird,i BiJBE HsiB Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder Always ask for Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Pe^wder. Like all Blue Ribbon pure food