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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE MILADI Edited by "INO' Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 SI KFICIENT UNTO THE DAY Let not tlie lifatt a tuturo grievance liorrow, K(ir o'er our path one faintest shadow liiy ; Lot not the clouds, which may arise tomorrow, OhK urc the fairer sunshine ot today, 'I'odny is ours-tlie past has passed forever, Ks oys and griefs alilce are ours no Moro ; Th.^ future lies beyond Time's silent river, A dim and diatanr. and untroddetj shore. Aa to the day, its burden or its ��orrow, Rri s our strength by Love all wise ;'o'.'reed ; lif'-, i.:i(l the truth which loolicth to liio morrow Xol ours the striving, nor is ours ilc need. He ' iiov.'est heat-tlie sowing and the reaping- Who left the power of will unfettered, free ; The great kind God who holds within His keeping. Each day and hour through all eternity. -Beatrice Haiiowe. ^!: .r. * Hostesses tomorrow : � . iVfrs. J. F. Simpson. Sr. �:� * Miss Wiggins, of Calgary, who has been staying with Miss Rdra Smith, Glenelg Tower, returns homo tomorrow. � * * Mr. and Mrs. George Stacey and their guest, Mrs. Broadfoot, of Regina, w 11 spend a couple of davs visiting in Calgary at the end of the week. * � * Mrs. J. Emerson Hodgson is entertaining a number of young people this evening in courtesy to Miss Sawle, of Edmonton, who is a guest with -Mrs. J. A. Jackson. ;;: >:: !{; Mrs. George Stacey was the prize winner at the informal little bridge given yesterday by Mrs. W. .J. Armstrong for Mrs^ Broadfoot, ot Regina. \ S! >S If. .Tonight Mrs. Nellie McClung, the gifted Canadian authoress, will appear in recital at Knox churcli, when she will give "The Runaway Grand-motlier," "The Way ot the West" from "The Black Creek (Stopping House", and "The House ot Trouble" from "The Second Chance." * -i .-s Tlie Woman's Civic Club of the Lcthbridgc Board of Trade, were hostesses Wednesday evening at the Y. M. C. A. auditorium In courtesy to tho women visitors in �k ? city for the Farmers' convention, a j^oodly number of whom were present. The executive of the club acted as a reception committee. The program, which was informally carried out, was presided over by the president, Mrs. J. F. Simpson. Mayor Hardie in a bright. Interesting address welcomed the visitors on behalf ot the Woman's and also ot the city of Lcthhridge. An iristrumentffl duet bjr Mrs. A. G. Cameron and Mrs. W. .J. Nelson, a vocal solo by Mrs. E. F. Layton, and a reading by Miss Bawden were all appreciated and duly encored. Although not intending to give an address, Miss lieynon, of Winnipeg, woman editor ot the Grain Growers' Guide, gave an excellent tall; on, "Woman Suflrage." She gave most convincing arguments why woman should have the franchise, showing conclusively the utter inadequacy and unfairness ot some of the present man made laws, especiallj' those affecting the things, in which women are most vitally interested. At the conclusion of Miss Beynon's able address, Mrs. Wade, editor of the Domestic Science page of the Calgary Albertan, asked permission to spcalc and in a stirring speech, which clearly appealed strongly to the au dience, she recounted some personal experiences in regard to saloon traffic and white slavery in�Pittsburg and Philadelphia. At the conclusion of the program dainty viands were served, Mrs. L. G. De Veber and Mrs. W. B. Burnett presiding at the tea table, which was prettily decorated with re'd, white and pink carnations. The Misses Simpson, O'Hagan, Bentley and Master Jimmie Robinson passed the dainties. ' The members of the club, who helped make the affair of the evening a success were Mcsdames Simpson, Mo-Killop, Lafterty, Reid, Downer, Robinson, Tilley, Bentley, Burnett, Gal- ivin, Morris, Craig, E. N. Higinboth-am, Davis, Brodie, Wh'dd'ngton, Miss Tilney, Miss Bawden and others. * * * DANFORTH-KNAPPEN A very pretty wedding was solemnized at Wesley ptirsonage Wednesday afternoon, when Miss Mabel Antoinette Knappen, of Knappen, became the bride of Mr. Everett De Witt Dan-forth, of Taber. The bride looked very pretty in her wedding gown of pale blue satin and was attended by her sister, Mlas Stel, j la Knappen, daintily gowned in pale blue silk, while the groom was aup ported by his brother, Mr. H. N, Dan forth. Rev. G. H. Cobbledlck tied. t�i�nup' tial knot In tho presence of a number ot friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Danforth will reside on their ranch near Knappen. * ��.�� �� � The First Baptist Ladies' Aid met-Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Hel-wig and the ladies decided to prepare for a sale of work at Easter.; Inviting viands were served by the hostess at the close ot the afternoon. A "weight" social will be given by Wesley league on Monday evening next at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Levering, 3rd Ave., S. This event will be different from the usual social and will be unique in every respect. A fine program of music, gamesi contests, etc., has been arranged. The proceeds will "^o towards furnishing the pastor's vestry in the new church. * * � The supper and concert put on in St. Mary's parish hall Wednesday evening by the Men's society was a de- ; cided success, $30 heing realized. A ' short but interesting program was rendered consisting ot a solo by Mr. � Harrison, a duet by Messrs. Clayton and Kilner, a solo by Mr. Steele, a song by Master Harry Steele and a skirt dance by Mr. Mason. t- ^> * ! The Women's Department o^  the Farmers' Convention convened this morning at ten o'clock with some forty women present and Mrs. Graham pre siding. Mrs. Wade, dietitian and houaehold economist and lecturer of Calgary, | gave an exceedingly bright address � on "Home and Market." The text I around w^hlch all her remarks revol | ved was, "The Destiny of Nations depends upon their Diet." Women know how to save, what they need to know is how to spend The importance ot this is shown when it is remembered that each yeai the women ot the United Statee apend' ninety billion dollars In food and things for the home. Purchasing la therefore toi Imiportaoit depairtment by Itself. Some women know how to cook, but few know how to eat. Nothing ctcn be more important to our glrU than' domestic science, which treats of everything pertaining to the house and industrial training is even more important for the girl than for the boy. It is absolutely true that "any man is educated when he is on to hia job." A splendid discussion followed Mrs Wade's paper, in which a goodly niun, ber Joined. Coniumera' League Mrs. Newhalli president ot the Consumers' league of Calgary, then ad-i dressed the gathering on the Calgary public market, tracing its history from Its humble beginning to Its present immense success. This address was listened to witlh rapt attention, especially In view ol the agitation recently for a Lethbrldge public market. The League now has a membership of one thousand and Is the Trades and Labor unions. Its aim is Alberta first and it has been ahown-recently that all vegetables, not ex eluding tomatoes, can be raised in Alberta. The advantages o* the market were. clearly shown, the motto being the greatest good to the greatest number. Some of the things for which the league 1b now working are cold storage for vegetables, inveatlgation ot restaurants^ fast refrigerator cars, etc. Mrs.  Newhall spoke especially to the farmers' wives on the care of egg� and the proper marketing of poultry and vegetables. Before the gathering adjourned for lunch a hearty vote of thanks was passed to the Women's Civic club for their entertainment and reception to the visitors on Wednesday evening LE 'There is no asset so valuable to society as a home-loving, home-making, mother-traliied girl. It the farmers of this western country are to succeed, their wives must etand shoulder to shoulder with, them im aH their battles; they must be trained." These are fhe words of an ardent suffragist, Mre. Wade of Calgary, 'who spoke for a few irinutea to the tlltera ot the soil yesterday afternoon. Mn. Wade endorsed the provincial government's system of agricultural training for the farm iboys and girls unqualifiedly. She seconded the remarks made in tlie morning iby the Hod, fiwam Magmv, yfbs im i>m Friday and Saturday Brings Opportunities to Buy All Sorts of Needed Goods at Less than Ordinary Prices THIS WEEK-END SALE contains particularly good news of low-priced merchandise. All this week we have been busy stock-taking, and the items mentioned below are, in most cases, broken lines of goods marked at prices which are but a fraction of their true value-prices that will mean their speedy clearance Friday and Saturday. These are all seasonable goods, and all bear the Hudson^s Bay stamp of auality. All the items this week-end are of more than ordinary interest. Read the particulars : Smart Club Bags Here for $4.95 Attractive styles in Club Baga for this week end. Tan Cowhide and Black Walrus grain, brass claaps and icck, swing leather handle, some leattier lined, others linen lined. Made from selected leather and will give splendid wear. Two sizes 16 Inch and 18 inch. Regular values up to $7.50. FVlday t^A QC and Saturday all one price ..... ^"f awO Insertion Trimmed Window Shades Two lines In window shades on, Friday and Saturday. One is a greeu shade with dainty IVt Inch cream insertion set in. other Is In cream with cream insertion set in. Mounted on good roller. Slzo 87x72 inches. Suitable for bedrooms, etc. OQnk Friday and Saturday, each ......... WwC Bed Pillows : 69c Feather and down mixed pillows, covered with dainty fawn or blue Art Ticking. Size 19 by 26 Incihes, weig^ht ? lbs. pair. A splendid pillow at a small price. Just about thirty of these to go on sale. Friday CQa and Saturday, each................. www See what $1 'will buy in the Grocery Dept. on Friday-Saturday Complete ' $1.00 TWO CA^N.a^PEAS TWO CANS CORN TWO CANS BEANS 3 LARGE CANS TOMATOES 1 CAN STRAWBERRIES 1 CAN RASPBERRIES 1 CAN PITTED CKERRIBS 1 CAN PEARS 1 CAN GREEN QAQES 1 CAN LOrt^BARO PLUMS GOOD CASE EGGS Per dozen...................... SUNLIGHT SOAt, SIX BARS For........................... CARDSTON CREAMERY BUTTER Per pound..................... CAMBRIDGE SAU8AQE8 Per pound....................., Complete For $1.00 32c 25c 35c 19c Ladies' Dainty Waists 79c For Friday and Saturday ii^ the Waist Section we have ,prepared a table of Waists at 79c. These represent Waists that sold all season as high as $2.25 each. Not many of each kind but all sizes in the lot. Some are dainty white embroidered lingerie styles, short or long sleeves, others are in smart tailored styles in white and black and wliite stripes. Friday and Saturday Children's stylish Winter Coats Winter Coats for Children In sizes to fit girls aged 8, 10 and 12 years only. Cut from smart Tweeds In plain red and navy, also in black and wliite check. There are a few cut from fancy heather mixtures. These coats sold in the regular way up to J6.50. Fiiday and Saturday for......................... 79c MEAT PIE, BREAD AND BUTTER TEA OR COFFEE................ SALMON SANDWICHES, TEA OR COFFEE.........;............. FANCY LAYER CAKE, TEA OR COFFEE....................... PLUM .PIE, TEA OR COFFEE ........ .............. $2.95 Princess Slips This is one of the prettiest lines of Princess Slips we have ever shown. Cut from fine striped mercerized material in colors of pink and white; fashioned with short sleeves. These are trimmed with dainty Valenciennes Ijace and insertion around the neck and on the sleeves. Regular $2.75. All sizes. Friday and Saturday. ^ ^ 2^ Read These Two Shoe Specials - - They Are Worth Coming After Special Sale of Dress Goods The season's newest fabrics and colorings In this range of dress goods. Imported Scotch Tweeds In plain colors and diagonal stripes. Also a few pieces in monotone stripes. All good widtlis. Regular up to $1.26 7tig* yard; Friday and Saturday per yd... ,1 WW Ladies' Underwear lAdles' Plush Lined Vests and Drawers-all perfect fitting garments, well finished seams. Pure white, vests are high neck and long sleeve style. A cozy and comfortable line. Friday and Saturday per 'A'9i^ garment.......................i,.,. IwU Clean-up of winter Mittens and Gloves Ladiee'. Missea' and Children's Woollen MltU and Gloves In plain colors of green, grey, navy, whitej red and black, also dh fancy mlztuTM. Soiqe have fancy weave backs and gaimtlAi wrist, others with,short wrtet, wltih and with* out dome fasteners. Put up in two lota for quick clearance. "'^r-r:.....35c f^??.:r:'::: 25c Turkish Towels only 34c pair 100 dozen of these heavy Turkish Towela td clear out this week end. These are an extra heavy towel In fancy striped designs. Two sizes 20x28 and 22x42. All one price for 9A^f^ Friday and Saturday, per pair........W*C These Dainties in the Tea Rooms Friday-Saturday ....... 25c 15c 20c 10c Children's comfy Sweater Coats Warm and cosy Sweater coats for children. These are dn pure wool and In plain navy, red and fawn shade*, aliso red and navy combination effects. Cut In V-neck style also high collar eftects. Just the Wnd for skating ahd outdoor sports, OCm Reg. $1.50; Friday and Saturday .. Oww $3.85 CLEARANCE OF MRN'S WINTER STYLE BOOTS-93.85 Broken lines of Mea's -High Clasn Winter Boots that are to be cleared cut before stock taking. Tan Calf, Black Box Calf, Vlcl Kid and Ouu Metal Boots in button and blucher styles. These are all this season's newest models and represent lines that we ihave been selling In the regular way up to $6.50 per p�^lr. All sizes In the lot. Friday and Saturday ,......................... LADIES' BUTTON, BLUCHEiR AND BAL. BOOTS-$1.26 PAIR Ladies' Boots in smart winter models. Some are patent bluchpra with patent toe caps and high heel; some are vlcl kid button boots with patent toe cap, and high heels, and still others In vlcl kid Balmoral style with patent Up and low heels. These are all comfortable fitting lasts and shoes ot selected leather that will give good hard wear. Stylos for dress wear and street wear in this range. Regular values to ?3.50. Sizes 2 to 7. Friday and Saturday per pair.................. ................. $1.25 Friday and Saturday Specials In the Men's Furnishings MEN'S BLACK SHIRTS Kfen's Black Shirts In famous Black Prince BraiMl, out from fle�ey lined twill In hea^-y quality ablrta; are cut large and roomy. QOm AU sizes. Regular $1.25.................................. w96 ODDMENTS IN BOYS' UNDERWEAR A clean up of cdd lines In boys' vure wool vMts and drawer*-^ all fine qualities and suitable for present wear. Nearly erery siaa represented In the lot, Price per garmnat........................................... WWW BOYS' TWEED KNICKERS Boys' Knickers out In bloomer style, materials are hard Wearing tweeds-Just the kind ifor school. Well lined throughout, dark neat patterns. Sizes 24 to 34. Regular $1.60. QOm Per pair .................................--------........ w9C MEN'S WINTER TWEED CAPS Smart fancy tweed caps for these frosty days, neat designs In good colors. Ear bands of fur and knitted wool. Sizes OOjk 6% to 7%. Regular $1.60.................. ... 99C Hudson's Bay Stores Instrumental in placing this education at the die^posal of the girls and boys of the farm, stating that afae would like to see them all over the province and all over Canada. "The only knowledge ot any use is that which can bie applied," said she. "^h9 yrsptpm terete Sonwr�d the Wilderness, but h* haa not dooa It alone or untrained. Wa muat brln� the same fore* to boar on cooklnc and ihou8�keaplnK on tha farm as wa have on tha raising be llrastock and orops. We must ellmlnata the non-eaaentlala. Tha women of tha wast ara awaken' ioK t� v^mt* fit ^ fimtn. I�4 the bomea. Tho reason the farmem minst be helped Is because the wihole welfare ot tha country depends on him." Mrs. Wade thought that the Alberta dftpartment ot agrlcuHura was coping 'With the condlttons to the full-eat astaat, haA imUccNl pb� mt ur gent need of the dayi anA were supplying It, esipeclally In regard to the training of farm women. "E>very normal girl hopes to bo married some, time." said Mrs. Wade, "and up to the present our girls have had a very Hm. Ited knowledge of. cooklns and bousa* keeping." ^ .v. v>, v..^ X 07 ;