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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Jammry 17, 1913. ..TITE tKTHBRTBGE T>ATLY HEE ALT) Page H Sometime between 9 Djclock. Thursday morning and 6 o'clock this evening at Rylands- Busy Store, during the great scramble for bargains at tbftig jRummage Sale the Profits on thousands of yards of SLks, Dress Goods, Towellings, Flannelettes. 1 We are Going to Keep on Losing, Until we Close out Every Line of Winter Goods With us Profits are a thing of the pas|>-those who visited us on Thursday or Friday, were loud in their praise of the manner we have coriducted this great sale, and the wonderful bargains given. Saturday Will see Atiother Big Batch of Bumper Rummage Bargains Additional lines of Silks, Dress Goods, Neckwear* Night downs, Waists, Underskirts, Belts, also many tempting lines of Bedding, Blankets~on sale at PRICES THAT WILL ASTOUND! Save your coupons, read to-T^'8 startling J * 7 announcement regarding the manv new articles we intend giving away. A BIG DAY FOR MEN TO-MORROW RYLANDS & CO. THE SELL FOR LESS STORE years, of age and upward, is estimated at 326,200, or about 4& per cent, of the whole* population. SPECIAL COMMITTEE OF COMMONS HAS GATHERED LOT OF VALUABLE INFORMA. i . TION REPLY TO MR. DUN LOP EDITED BY "INO" PHONES Office 1224 Res. 1115 \........-;-nd do all in their power for the good of the cause, are to be considered first, rather than copsi^eE those who try and break and stamp out a good work by continually-, get* ting their pastors, to resign, through no cwise whatever, other-than be^ cause he does not fall in wjtlv /'cliques," Mr Watson has gained many friends whilst here, and J am sure that he has the sympathy oi a good many more than 'Mr. Punlpp and his opposing par^y. , Th9ni!"injj; ypu for the valuable space in- your paper. Yours truly, / V. R. Brown. /i'lie editor of'the Herald rjgrets feeling it a duty. to publish ^thes^ letters, as they are likely to weaken the inlluence of the church. Would it not be better to got together^ � and build .up rather than pull down'?, VELVET COSIUME! VThls is a delightful suggestion for a'lVeivetTflown. The skirt- Is jseverely out and Is qufce plain sava for a hem of 8kunk;and five silk tassels pn each Side. � ' ' CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The Oxford Euchre Club will meet this evening with Mrs, Jackson, 623 Ninth avenue.  *  "Beauty and the Beast" will be presented in Unity Hall, on Wednesday evening, January 22, by the Junior-Guild of St. Mary's Church. The affair promises to be a treat. r* '   A special and very important meet, ing of the Eelief Society is called for 3.30 tomorrow afternoon at the Nursing Mission. The members are earnestly requested to attend.  �r  The annual meeting of Knox Church will be held on Wednesday evening, January 29. The members of the congregation are asked to keep this date free from other engagements.  * * The meeting of the Lethbridge District Sunday School executive, called for tonight, has been postponed until Monday night. Several members belong to the Board of Trade and wish to attend the annual meeting. The meeting on Monday night should be largely attended, as business of importance is to be transacted. The meeting will be b.eld at the home of the president, J. D. Higinhotham, 620 Twelfth street South.  *  Sixteen ladies attended the annual meeting of the Woman's Civic Club, which 'was held in- the Y. M. C. A. auditorium, yesterday afternoon; the president, Mrs. B. N. Higinbotham, occupied the chair. The treasurer's re-poi't was read, and showed a small I balance on the. right side. The main | business before the meeting was the election of oflflcers, wiich resulted as follows: - President, Mrs. Arthur Heid; vice-president, Mrs. J.; F. Simpson; second vice-president, Mrs. E. McKillop; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Tllley; executive committee, Mrs. E. N. Higinbotham, Mrs. W. B. Burnett, Mrs. Henry Galvin, Mrs. Craig, Mrs. Arthur Hayr, Mrs. W. S. Galbraith, Mrs. Gifford, Mrs." G. W. Robinson, Mrs. C. F. Smith and Misr Tilney. � * � St. Mary's Men's Society held their fifth ifhist drive and social last night in Unity Hall. About twenty-five tables were in use, and sixteen hands were played. The following were the prize winners: Ladies' first prize, a neat brush and, comb set, Mrs.- Shaw; second prize, silver plated bon-bon dish, Miss Cooksley; consolation prize, Miss Morgan. Gents' first prize, handsome military set, Tom-Holland; second prize, smoker's outfit, W. Matthews; consolation prize, P. Smith. An excellent programme was rendered by the.'following: Mrs. Perrement, "Be'autifur Garden of Roses"; Mrs. Bennett, "If those Jlps ciould only speak"; Gr Chiswlck, "My Southern Queen," encore "Asleep in the Deep"; C. Farrant, "The Veteran's Song"; Miss Arnold, "Ship Ahoy!" Miss Arnold was the accompanist during the evening. After whist, ligbt refreshments were served, and dancing continued until 115 a.m., Mr. Arnold acting as'M.C. Rev. C. H. Pppham, after thanking all those who had helped in different ways, said that this was probably the last of a vlry successful', series of whist drives organized by titer Men's Society for this season, though he thought that, after Easter, something similar would �be gotten up to help swell the funds of St. Mary's football Cltib for the y�ar 1913. The entertainment was brought to a.telose by the slngiDg of the National Anthem.    As all the towns in Southern. Alberta send patients from time to time to the Gait hospital, the ladies of,the Hospital Aid" society think, that the people in the various towns along the line ^might^wish to give assistance in the'matter of purchasing tickets for the Hospital Aid ball, which will be held on March 28. Even if unable to attend the affair,: financial assistance in the matter of ticket purchasing will;?be greatly appreciated by the ladies. Tickets will beV sent to the various towns, if application is made to the president, Mrs. C. F. p. Cony-beare, Riverview, Lethbridge. BLUE VELVET AND SKUNK The coat Is cut with a high waist, the basque and sleeves being trimmed with dome-shaped silk buttons. THINKS LAND CO. ON TO CONSTANTINOPLE WILL BE THE CRY IF BULGARIA HAS TO RESUME FIGHTING CAPITAL WILL. BE HER PRIZE TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Mts. Macdonald, aged 80, of Luck-now, was found dead "n her home, where she lived alone. The OrilJia Board of Trade had a banquet to celebrate th� coming of the C, P. R. Canadian Cinemas, Limited, of Montreal, with $50,000 capital, is a federal incorporatfop. It will manufacture films. An explosion of gasoline .resulted, in the burning out of C. Cameron's' clothes cleaning -establishment at Welland. Wra. Fleming, of Bmntford, will serve sis months for striking a police, qsnr being unable to .pay the ?B0 fln� .Imposed. A new railway, the Canadian Central & Babrador, is projected to run from Cochrane across the hinterland of Quebec .to Gape St. LewiB. .,,' o': Ah imperfect box- ear Was One of the cause^ of' the''death 'bf Walter Allen, a'G. T. R. trainman, killed near Glen WtUia/aooording to a. cor-oner's jury. , .. ' London, Jan. 17.-The Daily News today is skeptical regarding the hopefulness of the Board of Directors ot j the Southern Alberta Land Co., as indicated in the annual report, and comments as follows : ' "In the circumstances shown by %this report the present valuee of the shares appears too high." DOROTHEA MAY  BE SAFE1 Washington, Jan. 17.-Although the abandoned RUssian bark, Dorothea, has been reported sunk, the revenue cutter Seneca, today, said she was reported Tout hundred miles off the coast of North Carolina. The Senecs has picked up two tenders of the bark. L. E. Panneton was sworn in as judge in the Superior Court foT Mont-real district. Vienna, Jan. 17.-Anxious to iui- , press the Turkish government at tho last moment, the Bulgarians announce that they have decided on a course to pursue, if Turkey finally refuses to surrender Adrianpple. In that case, the Sofia government says, Bulgaria will be" fO'rc'edV to resume the war, but the sole aim of the . new campaign *ill he to' enter Constantinople, which 'will not be refused the second time. <\ If Turkey's obstanacy imposes further sacrifices on Bulgaria, they must be najd for, the announcement continues;- by immeasureably harder / conditions to be imposed after the. second Turkish defeat. Turkey imagines that Bulgaria is exhausted by losses and disease; but that'is not true, the official statement declares. With Constantinople? in view, the Bulgarian army 'is eager for war, and will -meet the Turkish-forces with the same physical and moral superiority as before. � John, Bropks,. aged 60, government works foreman; at Lindsay, shot himself. . � ,-, All "cocoa" is not cocoa., All Lowney Yis all cocoa. ,.f. ' v ---------' Here are some facts you should know if ypu want to be sure of pure cocoa. The use of alkali and starch in cocoas is quite common. Some manufacturers even defend these methods. Eminent physicians do npL,/ 7 Analyses of some cocoas have shown the use of such adulterants as animal fat, cocoa shells, sea, biscuit and coarse branny flour. It is quite possible that you have never tasted pure cocoa. By pure cpcoa we mean clean cocoa beans, ground fine and relieved of the excess cocoa butter-^with no other ingredients added. Lopwney's is just pure cocoa. It has nothing added tot cheapen iU Its full, inimitable flavor is due to the unvarying Standards followed in our Montreal factory, i Lowney's is simply delicious because it is all cocoa-made from skillfully blended cocoa beans of the choicest Kty. , 1 Sbld by grocers. In tinsr-lOc to 50c sizes. The~ Walter Mr' Lowney Co., of Canada, Linked, Mon&f|l .111 41 ;