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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta WedneHciay; Jaimary 22,1913. THE LETHBRIPGDAILY HEKALI) L 0 TEMPERANCE PEOPLE IN MANITOBA WILL SEEK ABOLITION OF THE BAR Winnipeg, Jan. 22- That the temperance, forcefe of the province are to organize 'with the 'object of. pressing upon the government their demand for provincial legislation for the abolition M the bar, is understood toj have fieeii, decided at a .^eating heresyes-terday of the Mtirai and Social Reform council '8f Manitoba, at which Dominion 'secretaries Shearer and ifoote we're present. .;; ' - ': The meeting was held behind closed doors, but it is $nnouhc$d that the great provincial temperance convention was called for February lit, the day .before the annual jheetlng of the Moral and Social Reform Council. Those present at yesterday's meeting found serious fault with the existing legislation, and claimed that political duplicity makes the' law appear to give temper&n tume,' elaborated with heavy lace Word has been received by her I Miss Edith Jonos, who assisted, friends here, that Miss Corcoran, for- '� hatTdonned a pretty white voile gown merly of the teaching staft of ' city and now sca~ j, 90c; tomorrow for  RFMEMBER: These being oddments, quantities are limited. You will act wisely in coming early Tomorrow we regret that you are leaving us, and the good work here, still we feel that you will find large fields for the employment of your talents in the country �0. which you are about to journey. We have met here this evening to wisfi you'continued prosperity and happiness in your hew homeland our prayers are that -you inay receive our Heavenly Father's., richest blessings. There- is no way. in which we can express- to,.y.oi\ Dr. Love'rln.g ajjso, made a few remarks, and, joined Mrs. Lovering in Inviting, them/to visit them in their home. :  ' '.- �  . A short prpgram.was given consisting of'musip,. speepn�s and singing. Lunch .was. then aeryed. Theybroke up the evening's enjoyment by singing "God' be wltln'you till we Meet Again." Among those from a distance .were: Miss Ada ATcher, of Lawson; Mrs, R. J, Wood of Almeda, Sa4k/;  A. ,C.' Greenaway, of Toronto, and R. Greenaway, :of Woodville! Their many Mends join in wishing them every happiness in their new home.. !�'��.: ,�,,�.,.'.. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The a-.'.' -England;, France, ' Belgium,, r Germ an}",- AustriaMjlu'ngary, 1 Italy, Greece; Turlycy; Palestjinei India, China and Japan. Splendid lantern = slides ma^s the* journey* � very realistic. Last night th;^c^^inbers' pi - the Pr6cheoh? Yo^ivg.-t|;^|es' "v] class and Young Merfsi class f'ofc-Wesley 'church to> the-'mirablr >ot 75,'had a most enjoyable' sloigh rid'e.-'a'irjtirtd the city. There .Verfe-.-3 sleighs' vn 'all Und itot mncH room \vas*lekti,wlient,.all .were pawkod iri; .Afte^drfVmg around the city, ifor & couple ?at hours ialls returned: vto.. thjo.~(ShtircJi,-. ;where.:'J5. jrnost  m-viilrup'reupp'ej::. wsjsi^:sarrp^T;>y:!.the vbuag'i ladies f A|t�,ft\vf|gr'e', ;si'ome.\vliat lnuigry" at6cr rtha^ir,^, 56\the^beans, sala4s,!ca}ipi.ano�yftcJQ,i>vifetet,' -were very much enjoyed. " . 1 Alter the. 1;he v&i'.y.-.'pleasing chairman, Edward Eugene Ohandlt-r, colled for, scvcralrinipromptu.KBpjBcdi-CH Messrs. Shant/,, ^Icnninga, 'Buchanan and Toombs were the un- lucky ones, but their oratorical efforts , were time arid time again applauded. Miss Cook responded for tlie class and Mrs. Brandow as' teacher of the. class, spoke a lew words. Mesdames Brandow, Cragg , and' Slianiz were the chaperones. Altogether ai. niost jolly time was spout by the two classes. .... � �- � �  � The executive of the W. C. T.' U. met last evening with Mrs. W. H. Conibear with a good turn-out- of the menrbers. All the business is settled for a year in connection with the expenses, rooms, etc., of Deaconess Udy. .  The Deaconess gave a splendid re-: port of one day's work, in, which she. assisted twelve persons, "who -were much in need. A woman and .three-children were supplied with temporary rooms. . : '. [ A. vote of thanks was passed:./to; the mayor and council -for their kindly permission granting Deaconess Udy, free street oar transportation. The treasurer' read a- statement-of the expenses incurred in connection with preparing for the campaign,; arid these Avere ordered-paid. The campaigners1 worked .yesterday and were-cmfe^a^E/invto'day..^ The... Epwor'th League meeting �, in Wesley church next Monday'' evening will bo addressed bv Mr. Rhynd Jam-leson^ twjiose subject, will, be "Men-delssolm". 'The cveumg-will be gen-ci;ally a musical one - HE 'GAVE IN TOO , SOON Calgary, Jan. 21.-The body of J. W. Thqrrie was found frozen stiff today in a'shjack about nine miles,'west ol Calgary, ^.home, went hunting ort January 2, anfl'.was, lost, id the. storm, and'\ias frozen to 'death^withln/jone. hundred ydids of a house in which he^cotiid- have found shelter, ; - � .V Never Dlsappointf. �> would make there larger. In their Eflea-j' eiit form Ihey stand-* absolutory .unequalled �� *h�Jr strength, jiyufcy ,ftnc} invariable excoilepcev. Send fw irp(>. sample. White S'w, Spicks J% :q<& eal Co., Ltd,, Toronto. J 7 ;