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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 19, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta Th:e le,thbrIdge.^daily herald; PAGE Fn^;; Tll^Btisiest \m Ave; i IRUMMAQE 8AtB A/- ) Hundreds of women make it a point to attend tliis.^yronderful Kummage.Sale every day. : 7few^argalns and new goods ai'e added daily ty^^Splendld list of savings, ' W^fesday Wai Be a Big Day 'We are preparing for one of the biggest days of the sale tomorrow. .A glance at the show window will give you some idea of what we are going to do tomorrow. * $150 in Premiums-Free-Get a Coupon Watearing and neat fitting; Af| Odd lines of Small Rugc alas to be eltared out Sizes 11 to 13%. Regular $3.50 ........^CUU this week. . Tlw; lailu-s,..pt St, Patrick's Parish �)il-hold ..i!!a'.-,,iifd.t,sccial of ihis '.cir on Thursday, ^l;an. 21 at 8 p.m. :i li. Ki.irl.ts.of I*^thias Hall. The i-eri. snciarwill-be^im at 8.30 sharp. railways jo Ask increase in RATEC L.fl .aits hhaJi  bc>;i_ i'nr.e iiion.vliv valiiatSi ha.iv Uen rtoatatcd itii t ^cn a .i whicfi cl to timircKy winp i.e r;r,hi�cnt3 will ladifs at ajout 1^; fayed fccr tfifi 5 prizes, which C both ladies and shall be awarders at the party. |V served hy the 0. A ball will St. Charles Milk; Per tfd .;.........., Quality First Grocery Specials 10c i| Cora, Peas or Beans; Per can Canned Apples; Per can ....... Tomatoes: 2 tins tor --------- 4 f|j^ Crosfia & BlackweU Jams Afl^ lUG assorted flavors, 2-n> tin.. OUC aE-^ 'L!il)by'8 Pineapple; per ' CwC can 15c, 20c, 25oaad... Per dotsen >-..,. .�,^.m�m.,^^_ Kippered HerrlngBt 2 tins for (Sugar, pure cane; Per 20-lb sack �I FAMOUS BUILDINGS SHAKEN BY iEAilTHQlIAKE m 11 Ottawa, Ont., Jan. IS.-The raJ-i loJo.v, for wliich Gaskell's three-wuys of eastern Canada, including tau i piece nrrhjstra will^Efirnish the musfe. C.t'.R. and Grand TrunK, have file^ 'iJic larass, under Vfjftjse auspices the wiih the .Ra.-.way T.iard an incre-ised at Jioi e is given, SKpcot to see a Boliedufe of-ratc-S td points, in the.TJa- pVeit;nunih'cr of tlffife friends at the ited States, based upon tho reoent-de-1 soElal gathering oni'Tliursday nirtit. oislon of the American interstate com-I � �; ,i  mBrce commiastcn, granting an .la-crease of 5 per cent, on FracLlca.iy, dH commodity rates to namts. la; Canada.: Tho railways are asking.the^-'board! to approve at a similar Incroasia.in, commodity rates to the XJn^ed. Stataa,, Tho increase is likeiy toilfee_grantod after the lapse ot 30 days.V&r-on Feb-, ruary 15, unless the shiiipicg iateroHta file a protest at least two-wSess'lac-f&re will taken TURKS LEAVii ADRIAPsOPliS-london. Jan. l,S.-In a dif.ia;?^ to' Rer.ter's from Athens, the' e'ntisiMan' is made that Advlu-CCi'^.-E-J'.?.;'�'i'.i^-tsMtinbi'.*' tiifi BicRt. im.ro>('8s^t:S-\''in E^uonean Ti'r'v'v. hn^ i^pttnu^j.iv. ed by the Tur::-Eh ^arr'soii. -:, ;iSerenteon-Japanese nurses in New York onfilbelri-yajr to .fEuroi/e via Honolulu: and San Francisco. They have had'tbbeeyeATsV^ti^inlDg In the Red Cross Hospital in Toklo. They are in'cbarxp'of Df;'/by- haverdf n.e : the things, and'TvMhJB.'Britipb-lsoldler of today is the fajwl of :any: of h^b breed who have trepodedhim^'/^he read to CALGARY ^HUDSON'S BAY MANAGER KESIGNS Calgary, Alta,,: Jan.' lO.v-James Mf. Baker, the "Keneral;;teanas;er '"Ot:' the Hudson's Bliy'^CCiln-Caliiaryi. has resigned his �QBttloh=andj':*JUtiisever his assootauon with: the) Hudtoi^fs Bay Co. at the end of-JfanpV?;' * North CarplinaV between 10, .fiad i|i|2^-^feinalefi old^'emploped -.-'if*' m uidustiT.jjr > j %mmf� Vf-C WaBhlagt�n.\(p,,,OiC tirypcgraphlcal The. Daug'hters of the Empire will lioM a s':at;ng party'; at the Peop,e's Vijvk Friday canine;,, providing there ;is;;any ice. ' '; G -VTi:e.room in the 'Ucadia building Icihdly given by ]\lr-. .L. M. Johnstcoe for iths us-3 of the Hod Cross society wiil fcc open on Wednesday and Sat-^, ^ , , , ,u ..V :urday a-.tcrnoons from 2 to 5. The that aate In i^hat-event there 5^,1,15 ..m n^^et to sew, also to give be an inquiry boroio action JS^^utTvork to le done lit home. A ^w- ___� - �.� � ... . �iXLT, michine has .hccn kindly IcntVto tlic sc'.^isty by the Singer company. l.:i:!\'?.s, v.'l-.'3tlier luejiiters of the th"^^''t"..ov not, arc.rcqiiestc'd to join si'-.^-i-.'s . or.v. 'v ':%\'t:ri-)^^-i^\'s Jlinipr branch of the �'''0' ."^ir-S \\\- i'.i&'i-v held their first ;;''jr> �of the New,Year on Satur-M';y'r ]�. The secretary reported (i'lft iiiE.ys.ai: of 1914 hadbojn a very i-s.-.c^rssritl ciiij, and the members wish I lb ti'-fc: jjbho opport'.ihity, of publicly Ihaiikihig^lswf many- friends for the ,tj)nferii!ii"t'f6i!S vwhich were so kindly �i donated at. tiid recent bazaar. The r'cxt'nicolihg will I-p held on Jan. ,'SQ.:'411 racnibcra at'j; re-iuested to he: j-.r-'cht. .Mrs. Samson will superin-t ;-i--.diu:ing the current year. Suf f ered EverythingUntais sleigh the other day;: at this mine and ha'H' almost "half' a: ton over weight when he weiglM the load here. Messrs. James and-^HoW are arranging to build tliSf. second livery barn in this city. If.iye have a; crc.j aiftxt'"vcar th'Cre v/illj-ijie an immense business \done in Lbntond, considering wie ouiiincsi uansactatt; this year when there was little cc nS'crop to speak �of.-- " � � i � ,G. Qouper is still ||usy, taking orders for seed grain aw feed.to home-stcaders. � �� � � T any w,ork::a,t :thdSQ' times. Anold wo-znaa advised me to try Lydia E. Pinkr ham's-Vegetable Compound and I got a bott'ile.' I felt better ^e next^iqonth so I took three more bottles of itfwd got well BO I could work all tbeitime.-: I hope every woman who Buffers like I did win try Lydia. E. Pinkham's Vegetable'l CtimpouBd." - Mrs. 'P; Wt\X-AN8BN9r Route Nou 1, Fl^nineei, 'Dakota,^ Why will women continue to mffer day in and day out or drag out �.iick!y, half:. I^hearted existence, missing thiree^fourths of the joy of living, when they �an'And health in Lydia E. FiDkhMn'lVesetabla, li m li H'h m 0m mm SIS . Upper left is St. Peter's, Rome, where minor damage was done by ifalllng plaster. His HollnMi at personal prayers when the shock came. Upper left Is.tho �athedlral at Ferwra, the nprthenii stricken area, at iRome area. Lower left is St. Maria dc Aquila. one of the small towns, damaged, and low�p riglit.^Is-'the VlitlMii^ t^^5 yhere eerylces were interrupted iby the quake , ^ ^* ' �'^'^\%\ "'I'tw IN SESSION A Cctnpound ; For tUrty jreua It has b�ea tb* fUnd-rd remedy for female* ills, and^lias restored the health of thouBaqdsof^^omen MAJ.-gen. hughes; in regina fReg^na, J'an. 19. -i Major-Gensral Hui:jiep spent a coupl^of busy hours in' lieglna today. During this time hej(itlpn, ',w^ifligjhtr: seeing car, .windrngrup at;ithBttHud.T,, son's Bay store at 1 o'clocki^iTherej a special luncheon 'will"^:be "^served. Thursday afternoon th^ladleSiWili attend a reception teixdebsdi'thifti^Jt^by Mrs. Bulyoa at Govoromenii; hpusev OVER ........ London J�y.> M,-Tlk�',^?W*Wl|!.. that 110 Aiifltrfaii|,oMraaIty mta do not inolud�' the"! Iosbbb o( the 'jMt' two mqjith�.^gtv� following tqU^i 'offloera'killed, 2203; wcMmdoi^ 8980;, captured 628. ' ' Men killed i0,887; wouadod aSl.UO; captured,, 9502. ' - v ^ PruBBian OMualty llatB' according to the correspondent, iffive the nameB i'ot 36,764 efflcersaad^ man killed, wounded or mlBslng, making the total Prussian Iobbob as disclosed in 136 lists 877,107. DRIN K One of the Most Wholesome of ^nd.thra wmmm ;