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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, January 15, 1013 TITE LETHBRIDGE EDITED BY "INO" PHONE8 Office 1224 Re* 1115 Do the dutv, which lies nearest Messrs. Walker, Rose, Whitmorc, Hoi- missionary, Mr. Percy Hartley ; music, Mr. Alfred Ourr ; press reporter, Mr. Will Hvssop. St. Monica's Guild of St. Augus-tin's church, held their annual meeting at 3:30 yesterday, the president, Mrs. Bcnttcy, in the chair. The treasurer, Miss Harassin, presented the animal report, showing a balance on hand of U27. A long discussion look place as fo thee- which thou knowest to be a liman, McA.rtb.ur, Downer, Hendcr- tne futuro wori( or th(, Rlli!d and it dut>'; thy second duty will already . son, Gordon, Stewart, Robertson, was finally decided that St. Monica's have become clearer.-Carlyle. | Allen, Bennett, Parsons and Dr. Ma-,Quji(i snould confine its work to the  *  son. If vou wish success in life, make    perseverance your bosom friend, cx-j About one hundred couples were in perience your wise counsellor, caution attendance at the whist drive ami vou'r cldor brother, and hope your dance held under the auspices ot Addison. j Court Star A. o. V. In the b.O.L._ hall last evening. The early part of i the evening was devoted to � whist guardian genius.-Joseph Not receiving tomorrow : Mrs. W. F. MacDonald.    Hostesses tomorrow :- Mrs. .!. Morgan. , drive, consisting of twelve moves. I Taking into consideration the total ! number of points won by individual ! plavers, the ladies' prize was credit the cam of the chancel. This means that the "Chancel Guild" changes its name and will in future be known as "The Guild of St. Monica." The election oi ofheers then took place, as follows : President, Mrs. Bent'ey ; vice-president, Mrs. .1. (>\ Simpson; secretary-treasurer, Miss Ashlon. Following " upon this the Women's Auxiliary held the first meeting of the season. There were Sale News ably won by Mrs. R- b- Moraen, two vacancies on the executive com-Dr. M. V. Gallivan has returned ' Fourth Ave., N., although awarded mittee, the Dorcas Secretary and tlie mistake. Mrs. Literature Secretary, which were from a trip to Toronto, Ottawa and t0 another lady by jMorden had a majority of .22. marks Kingston. tilled by the election of Miss. Bawden and Miss Blaghiim, respectively. It was decided to entertain at lun- ' much that a mistake was chcon, the clergy of the Rural'Deanery, on Thursday, January 23rd, when to her credit over those won by the ' other lady. The social committee re- very Of Interest to Women Mrs. J. H. Cheney, who is spend ing sometime with her parents in gret ............_. Moose Jaw, returned this morning and made in the awarding of the prize iB with Mra.'W; J. Armstrong for a and tender Mrs. Morden their humble thev will h, j, c,-,.i e Vebcr last evening, prior to' St. Mary's Men's Society are hold-her departure on Saturday afternoon ing their fifth whist drive and social With Senator and Mrs. De Vcber lor in .Unity Hall tomorrow night. 'This pttawa. i will-probably be their last one dur- ; Crimson and green shaded lights ing this season, and sonic extra fins �produced a pleasing effect in the din- prizes are being offered.' As  usual dining and drawing rooms, which there will be a good musical program, cornbined made an ideal place to and as a large attendance, is ahtici the street or the road or the field, that she is scarcely credited with a soul iii the religions of her people, that she is degraded to the verv hardest ami most menial forms oi labor-scavenger and road-sweeper, for* instance, carrying baskets of coal to railway eng'nes and hods of bricks to the builder on the scaffolding of a.  house-and that she is never regarded in any way cither as tlie e:tual. of her husband or as the moral providence ' of his children. . I "With this position of Woman in the East, let a man compare the position of Woman in the West, and , must he not admit that the very stringency of the tiond by -which j Christ bound her has been the means of dignifying, exalting, and conse-I crating the Christian Woman?" -,  Deaconess Udy arrives from' Toron- Tbe majority report or the Corn-to. tomorrow and, will res'.de with , mission that has been studying the Mrs, W. Mitfordf,sr.; 1315 Sixth Ave. marriage and divorce laws of.Eng- nds in favor of six just'.fica- was decided to disband as a league doing ant| form two separate organizations, one tor women and one for men. It ! is felt, that in this way greater efficiency will result along the lines of I A full attendance of members is re j quested. In yesterday's account of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Holt's whist partr- on Tuesday evening, the names of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wodell, erroneously . appeared in the list of guests. ' The S. 'The girls of the city,-especially land tions for severing the marriage, bond. This report and articles published in* its defence, have called forth a reply from the well known English writer, Harold Begliie, who style's the report of the majority of " the Con.'niission a "manifesto of mater-, iaiism." '�' -j Harold Bebgie writes : "Thsre ccftifl be no doubt about this matter-. Christ forbade divorce save only for one reluctant reason-his whole teaching, oi course, is founded upon the forgiveness of sins ; the Commission-formulates six justifications for- sev-., dance, .excellent music being supplied pated, those who intend; playing; ering the marriage bond. by a victrola.. i whist are asked to attend; early, so Inviting dainties were served at the ' that there mav b,e/ np delay, .'in start-Conclusion of the first part of the ing play,, which should commence-he- ir Christ said One, and the Commission says Six, no man can deny that the authority of Christ Is dc- Lace Curtains 50 pairs only, Nottingham Lace Curtains in a splendid washing and wearing..quality., Some in Han net styles, others in the open bungalow net style. Single borders, 2Vj ynrds long and 3eleeted). First Vice-President - Mrsr A. C. Bryan. ' Second Vice-President-Mrs. J. Williams. ' :; Treasurer-Mrs. A. L; Johnston. Secretary-Mrs. J. Horiie../ The past year has been very successful, the receipts for the.'year being SH52.95. There are twenty-pne names on the membership roll, igndi." there was an average attendance of eleven. �- * � - - An onthusiastic^rii^eting of the W. C.T.U. one dqlla^-.�campajgners was held at the home of the convener, Mrs. Thomas Taylor,, last evening The report for thp> two .days' work is vety encouraging/ A team with Mrs. H. M. Whiddington as captain, Mrs. Needs, Mrs. McRae; and-iyirs. Lafter-ty as members, apd, Mrs.; Taylor as assistant, was appointed to take charge of the. work along First and Second avenues. !.,, � : ' The ladies speak cordially of the kindly way in which, they, are being j met, a great many havji^g their donations set asideitanti patting for tbe ladies, when they call. The teams -yvlll meet again on Friday evening to report. The Christian Endeavor of St. Andrew:? church hold their annual business meeting last evening, When the reports presented were all-most satisfactory, showing, increased average attendance, greater interest-and a balance in the treasury. The newly elected pmc^'si.a're : President, Mrs. Percy Hartley j,vice-pre-siden't, Miss Esta Fotij.'man ; 'spcre-tary-treasurer; Mr. Arthur Hartley ; assistant secrefcary-tfe^urer, ^Mlss Gertie Williams ; .f.cbnH^tn3r .jrraveu clares that Christ was wrong. The. report means that- humanity ' must organize its social'life without reference to the instruction of Christ. Power vs. Bulk A pound of dynamite will:'"raise'' more than ten pounds of gunpowder. A-Wi'.ilte Swan Yeast Cake will "raise" more broad than any other yeast cake. It is strength, not size, that, counts. Send for free sample. White S\yap Spices &. Cereal Co., E-td., Toronto. -1 .- Men's Slippers in plaid cloth, ivith Felt and Leather Combination joles. Sizes of 7, 8, and 9. Regular ::50c. and -75c, Thurs-day morning .v.V....... d�vv Men's Plaid Slippers with Buckle Fastener, all with Leather and Felt Combination Soles. Sizes li to 10. Regular prices ?).2G and 51.50. On Thursday Mcxu- ^jS^s ing only................. � w W Carpet Slippers--A few pairs only, also Dongola Kid Slippers; sizes I), 10 and 11 only. Regular ?1.25 to $1.7d; On Thurs- --- day morning ............ ippers l*or boys' slippers  Strongly made from Dongola Kid and have well finished leather solos. Sizes 1 to 5. Regular $1.50 per pair. . On Thuraday for................... v/orvi�;N's felt romeos In red, green and brown-all bound with fur, thus making the cosiest house slipper possible. Sizes 8 to 6 only. Regular prices 1.50 and ?1.75. Thursday Hi The dre�s Is'of white lace ,wUh a 1 . ... rjij. -4.-, , ^tig and very, pointed train. The cor- \ meeting committsc-Mr. Rfibart .lohn-�age(� of black velvet divided In two"I stone ; social, Miss l-,s-ta Harlama;n ; jasMls of, tia68ementerloi' ' , ' |ing"a"ild flower,"'kSiIss"'"wB^Bie"Kerr'; THE LATEST ONE-PIECE QOWN - This is of blacky.velvet) -draped gracerully over an u�uci-Mi��j wf .i^-.r et Nlnon-de-solo, The toque and acol? are "of talTless ermine.- T In The Ladies' Wear Department On second floor faisis In The Dry Goods Section Motor Veils ss ses'M Made from best qualities imported ducks and drills in white, navy and cadet, some have detachable collars of contrasting color, others-, with self collar and cuffs, all trirnmed with narrow white braid,., Sizes for grils, of 10 up to Misses of iG. Regular prices ?1.B0 and ?2 " .On Thursday morning- -Satin-Skirts Ladies' Duchess Satin Underskirts, made/ of beautiful soft and durable quality silk satin, and come in the correct medium width. Colors are sky, tan and groy only.- Worth in the regular .way 35.00/ .Thursday morning special at' tv...-. Here are Persian .Applique'.and Embroidered Handings, 3'to. 4.-In. wide; Silk Braided Net Bandings and Heavy Silk Lace insertions in a full range of black and all fashionable shadings; regular values up to ?2.75;- on Thursday morning only, per yard.......... Motor Veils and Scarfs-Our complete stock of Chiffon, Crepe de Chene and Ninon Motor veils, Some In Ombra Stripes others richly beaded with long gold beads. Black, white and every correct color. Regular values, $3.50 up as high as ?10.00. Your choice Thursday Morning........ $1.95 Black Made from English Mercerized j^1** fa8t u'ac'- sateen In the correct w�fivM medium" width. 'Some are made with corded flounce, others with shirred flounces, while yet others have rows'of dainty ruffled frills. All have plain dust frill so essential in this climate. Good value at $1.75. Thursday Morning Special-,---.-? .-r-.Tv......... UBCS5BI Another Line in Tussore Ninons Black and all colors, SO inches. Ion hemstitched ends; worth up to S1.2S for.............;......... and. 45c uadies' Warm Wool Vests In the famoiio/'Health'' Brand; aome-in pure wool, otherg in fine quality Union-^ white or natural wool shade. Vests are all elastic ribbed, have bight, neck3. and long sleeves, open fronts,- fash ioned waists and edged around neck" with crochet^' wool beading. All ladies' sizes. Reg. valuaB 65c and 75c; On Thursday Morning all. - 39c These items are ail on sale at the above prices from 9130 to 12 o'clohk noon to-morrow morning only: No telephone orders taken ;