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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta KIDAY, JANU.Miy 1914 THE LETHBRIIHJE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE NIGHT CLASSES DAY CLASSES GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE ALBERTA BLOCK. Kilter anJ unfce UFO of the long tinier evenings lt> Irn- 1'rove your education, and ut tbo satiie Umo. your earning We give practk'iil courses in the folloa-lng subjects: liookkceiiiug, HuBlacss Arllliiin-ilc, riling, Peiiicinelilii. letter Writing. Haiild Calculation, llusliicss Liw, Olfifo Itoulloo slid I'lilu Chartered Accounting (Ijy Mall) A. M. FISHER Business Phone 1315. Residence Phone 1 SOCIALISTS, CLERICALS Art POLISH MEMBERS VOTED AGAINST THE APPRO- PRIATION Berlin, Jan. Lujget com- mittee of the Imperial I'iillaucnt to- day rsfcu a proposition to lala for the Olympic to bo held hera In 1910, The rejection ot the approbation v.-as due largely to amcug tho Socialists over tLo governEIICGU alleged systematic persecution of the workiugmcn gymnastic societies. The i Socialists depute vuu-d I a u d 1 it: v approp ri at Jo ;i and i clericals Joined them de-daring that I It was no li'jsliK'ES cf the Kniuire to such "private affairs." The Poilsh deputies made yp the remain- der of adverse majority. Clements Delbrcuek, minister of ttie Interior, c-r.crgetlcally defended iho appropriation. It ujll j probably be Introduce! Jn a planary 1 EittltiK of the Imperial Parliament. J. C. ELLIOTT, M.P.P., WJLL RE-IN- TRODUCE HIS BILL IN THE ONTARIO LEGISLATURE slon two bills dealing Uifa mat- ter were introduced, by Mr. El- liolt, the other by F. (J. MacDiiinnld, eminent nn.-mbcr.for The hilKr dli not go as far as the former, but was, at any rate, with- drawn by tJie mover. Mr. Elliott's bill was voted down by a party divis- ion of 70 to IS. Gteiicoe, JatL C. Elliott. P. for West Middlesex, is golnK to re-iutroduce Into Ihc legislature at Iho beginning of the session his bid to grant the municipal franchise to married women owning property if otherwise nut entitled to volel "I uus naturally with the r.uccpts of the referendum in Toron- saErt Mr. EiiioU j'esterday, "aud 1 believe tlio result la indicative of the general feeling throughout the prov- ince. shall propose my bill nuil I liojic in view of the Toronto vote tliat It will not meet with any on- 'jositiotr but wiU carry unanimously." It y.MI he reinenibcroil that ses- Medicine Hat, Alia., -Jan. The .minister of customs lias Srut word Jlliat Medicine Hat will be mafic a j port ot miry instead -of sub-port of Calgary, as at present, on April 1st r.egmmGi; (tc new fiscal year. IT'S MAYOR MAL'ONE Nelson, H.C.. Jan. J. K. iMaloiic vftis elected -Mayor for "1914 by Ue- ctiivo majority vote over James Shea., Jan. situation in Ailjania' is much more gravo than Is j od by Kuropean powers accord- 1 Ing EO authoritative information gath crcd in circles today. .The various governments are direct all their efforts In to prevent a fresh outburst of war In the 13nl fcaua. The tension Is 'coiiFSdtr.v: greater at present than at ariy time during the recent Ilalkan crisis Is said to have reached such a point j that (iermany has propost-d Jcint Austrian and Italian .military inter veotlon in Albania. The intors-entlon is tin 1 rcaFon and Austria have recently concentrated their warship: along the "Albanian coast. Evidence has been obtained by the powers t l the determined !HEC Albania as a .centre of Olstrub mice In .Ihe Ralkans and Greece. Great Doings and Evening Satwddy Merest Increases in the Big January Clear- ance Sale. Saturday will be the Banner Bargain Day-So come out in the morning, if possible. Corsets American make, lar and 63.50. Sat- urday per pair Kid SJ.50 value. Satur- day, per pair Doc Gloves Hcgnlur 40c. Sat- urday for 25C Girls' Stnir Values -54; Saturday Hoys' Knickers, Regular -SI. 25. Saturday chiefs linen Hoys' Sliirls iinrl Drawers Reg- ular '10c. Saturday Child's five button Front. Vests Regular 40c for Sweaters Heavy ribbed, rojr. Saturday Men's Grey Nibbed Swestters. Saturday Hoys' Wool Sweater Cont.s, 81.50 find .Si. values, Salunhiv Heavy Sliirts Tan color, exlrn well made and "iitid (itlors, i-egishir OOo lines. Saturday Ladies' fancy border lawn Iland- .kereliiefs, per doxcu ____ gQg Boys' Worsted Hibbed Hose 20 C More J5c Flannelette at' ____ -j Qg Women's Heaver Coats Women's Cambric Drawers 3Sc Corset Covers, special 35c 25c Sliot Silk Kibbous 20c Linen Towels for Lluen Towels for JOc-Kliiiona.. Cloth for Girls' fleltc Underskirts on waists regular (wu, Saturday -406 Cliildrcn's Clotb Values nji to Saturday. Heal Down Quilts Sntimlsiv fo-' Ladies' Short Dressinif .Saltmliiy only '40c Remnants of Dress Goods Silks, Chillis Cottons, Prints nl. fil- niost half regular values. You cannot find Bargains equal to these in the City .Come and see, THE SIMPSON. CO.. Ltd.. MONEY-SAYING OPPORTUNITIES GREAT "HU ARE NOT WAITING for cold weather to assist us in clearing out the balance of our heavy winter goods. The prices at which we are now offering these lines are inducing our customers to purchase, anticipat- ing their next winter's requirements. We are also giving many slashing Reductions in Seasonable Spring Goods Men's Underwear Curtain Goods ALL BROKEN LIKES AT HALF Men's Pyjamas Klannelelle, regular H.CO for............ I Flanueleiie. regular CO }2.0C for........ I in heavy E.ngliJli Flannel, ular 51.73 per s'M for Men's Shirt Special Home lines st'MLnK regular 1 for from J1.25 to Men's Ties 7uc and Jl.OO values Cft for OUC Madras iTuslins Jn gold. Old Roie. Brown and Regular value 11.33. to clear at, per yard OOu Shade, regular jl.35 j.f-r yard; now j-or yard Hemmed Sheets Boot Prices That Are English Ftaenelte. Special Navy or grey, inch, regul- ar per yard -lOc; now Wool Dress Goods 56 iuub' tsveeds, regular Jl.T-T yard, Now MEN'S Dr. Yernon's Cushion Sole. Dlucner In usually IQ.OO per pair, now for 0 LADIES' P.ileiit Bluclier. dull top, mil- itary heel, usually 'CQT.OC Tbfcae'are only n taken from a great many. Those Special Prices in Odd Lines of Groceries Still Continue PE BENTLEY IJMITED DISTRICT to j Quite numter of Odqicllows iverit I lo Creek last TKuiadayV Jan. j Slh, to the of oflicors." II. li. McDonald shipped a r.umter the Kernic Lumber hoiscs up owd from tcok iu the i wmeraile %all at Seddon sctiool I on ceeds nere devoted to the-jwclmBc ,roaM ,asl Jan. gth a.Iifihting system; for thc flrst d hpM thefe v Geo. lilasho hauling.- lumber i_arge-crowd nttpndcd and" U -proved .to rein Cardston for a-acw house which is about to' Qreel. -.The present .ndJd, wcallier it possible o do liuildEng (WJthbut Interruption. Mr. Hiram and Crawford and Henry IJaijrncanU -of ifo'niidary 'reck were visitors at Gci1 Uenseg's iomc. on Sunday aftctucoii. The annual meeting of ratepayers of fdiool district no 1524 was held last Sutnrday. Mr. Michael Smith iviliose term as trustee expired this year, and J. H. VinFon vas elected in hla Tlie school now consists of the following mtmb.era: Chas. Rciimipff, chairman. Ja3. H. Zucca, secrctary-lrcasurer; J. I. Vinson, trustee. school, which lle.i wesl of HnrrlETUlo in the has not been open owing to the expiration of 'the leaching permit of Mr, Baskeifield. This gentlemen Iiaa -given excellent falistaction as a teaor.or. He has some six years experience in and U is greatly to be gro.Ucd that the deparltnenl has not allowed" trie term to go on hts services retained. A ?orlnl will he held in liar- rlsvlllo school house on Jan. C3r the proceeds of wJl'rh will he used-In Hie purchase of an organ. Every np-to- school In the country has an or- pnn find 11 is earnestly to Ije that the Vojlilents of the district will turn but en, Find m.ike possible this enterprise. Tiie refreshments are sure- to be of a high Mrs. Hiram Crawford is visiting her mother a( Drowning, Mont. Nr. Y. K. Turnor, who tft visiting with hia relatives In nevelstokc. H. C. Ja cxiiecled home on Saturday of Hits week. be a goea 11 me. GLENWOODVILLE Glewondvlllo. Jan. The annual. meettDg of'ratepayers will lie lietd on Monday next, 'January .LOUi hi the cchool house. It is hopetl tbnt a large number of those Interested In the of criucntion at GleiiVi'ocd- ville will be in attendance, Kist FrUay niglit the. baseball .dub of the town gave a dance to funds lo i some accounU ifoal were COUPLE OF SPOKANE ATHLETES SHOW HOW TO DO IT. wVrH "NERVE" COYVLEY Oowley, concert Ri -Iflii- Thc local "4 n in con- 1 Aid provi'rt l by Iho cn- cnniprlbcit ol solos, rrcl- I lations, soutliprn etc- Thc bas Ivcls .were vfty handsome and nunirr- carried over from the summer season.! A goodly number were in attendance j and enjoyed themselves to the full.; He conllnues to grow. and the number of fine buildings Ibat hnro erected this summer and fall is quite surprising considering (be money stringency. Mr. Oeo. nglmni has just coniplcleri n fine residence, Mr. L. Hrown's new house ill also add considerably to thc of.the town. Mr. Ectwaril some ttir.c ago called to a mission for thc Church of Jesus Christ of Laltcf Saints, gone" to Salt'Lafcc Cltj wlicro he will be set njiarl for ibis facrcd cal- ing and proceed to. field. Ills friends at Glemvoodvilte .wish him KCOd The cattle stealing case In Olenwpod I'eoplc are Interested lias been heard at Mackod and tho acciiR- man .ict at liberty. Thc peculiar clr cumslflnces attending the condition of Hit: animal when It was slaughter- ed had much to do with the leniency, of-1ht judge, Is ejijoving .excojjtionally Jlno every day suT ficient walcr'ia' m'eltcrt" from the Ice In the likes and slough? on thn range west of town to .provide drink for stock and thr-re-fias no suffering reported, rianpe stock Is in Iho beat condition H li.ic been since the Morm- on church, look over some years ago.' _ glided over ainootb ice at'one end of east, of Spokane. Mrs, and Mrs. S.chute ..took C ;15' minute swhn at the other' end of the lake. The women "Srtara. through the icy water n distance of wht-n they came oufsaEd they" Telt fine. Mrs. Zeibe and Wh regfdents of Spokane, ore; esperltticed swimmers. Mrs. Xerbo is the only wonan in WapJilhgfcn' wLo Is a mem- ber of Hie 11.'n He States vpliinleer corps, has liken' part in 17 rcEcuca of ilfowning persona at Srokane natalorium. "It was a "-dare that started Mrs. Bchutc and F" (lie stales Mrs. Xerhe. ".We our bathing suits in our. bouse by the lake shore. Then ivu ria down the frozen gio'.md to the lake. We had to run about two feet out on the Ice, as the water was frozeji near tlie Bhore, "J will never forget the aensaUon 1 first went .under the water. T wanted to. climb right; out, but I looked to one tnd saw Mrs. Schuto swimming and i decided not to (je a quitter, '_ It seemed tike we were In' the water a long time, but people who timed us said we were In only 15 minutes. After the first, plunge oUr bodies -became' numb to feeMag and the cold did not bother 113. ons and sold uf-il. Airs. IT- llanna, who for some fcM-n-a pa'.Irnl fn Ihr I'inrh- cr Crerk hospital from ;in car ro.inrncd home. H. I'cltit last Tnosifay lor an trip td 'he cast. Miss Ida Lalla relumed to Hlalr- jmorft.oii Kalur'.lay Tasl-. I C'oalefi nl thfcvfown, had got across we were wrapped In wann-bUnkets atd then ran lack to our house, Ve tonk a cabinet steam bath. Neither Mrs. Schule nor 1 suffer feels, from the swim. across the lafto from where we swam the water 'was fro'Zfirt solid nnd "were skating thore." ''lost Pleasing SURPRISE liic cast rtmoVcil (tonl Ills leg otirf 'on> repotted by-wlrolCEe Imlay. SCHOONER FOUNDERED: CREW SAVED Boston, >E335., foun- dering of tho UAth schooner Or.ico A. Martin, and the rcsnyo of her crew of scvcntecii men from an open toat, one hutidred niltca off, shore, by the steamer.A. W. Perry, Halffns for Ilos- MAPLE-BUDS-. Deltfit'ttt nly satisfy the craving for they are full of nourish- ment; THE COVVAN COMPANY. LTD. TORONTO; CANADA 143 ;