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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. JANUARY 23, 1915 TilJS LETH BRipG k D A IL Y H E R A i;^ PAGE SEVEN The Last List of Rti m mage Sale SA-R-G-A-I. Here la the laet Rummage Safe bulletin. You will notice the bargain* are exceptional. We want to crow'd thie atore tenloht to the doors. Many bargaina not listed here will be found en the oountera. Double coupona are alao an attraction tonight. Read particular* beloW: The Sale Positively Qoscs Tonight Men's Weat Dry Goods PBINT; 34" wide, best quality, Gnim's, tonight... HOSiE; 100 palra Penman's ladles' O. S. Black CaBh- ^fkm, mere Hose, dOc for.... �VV FLANNELETTEl pink or white, soft and heavy, regular price 150; now.......... KID GLOVES; Perrln's tlnest French Kid, regular OCm J1.26; tonight ......... 096 CORBET8; D. & A., odd llnea; clearing below coat; CCm a pair ...... OOC SILK H08E; Radium All Silk, black or white Silk Hose CCm Regitlar $1.00 for......PWW KERCHIEFS;.: 200 sample linen with embroidered corners; up to 36c for TEA TdWEULING; very wide; pure linen- Qa about half price ,.........9M PILLOW SLIPS;, ready to use; last time tonight; 1 Price each ..... LAWN;.Viototla Lawn, 7 1 yard wide, half price .. I 2 CREPES; for your new sprins dress, regular' up to 4 Em 2Co for ______ ...... IOC COMBINATIONS; finest quality cashmere, regular ^9 A A $3 and |3.25 tor .... 9fieUU KERCHIEFS; Men'9 Bxcelda & White Lawn: Cm Tonight only ............9%0 FLEECED UNDERWEAR, Penman's best quality; EAa Regular 75c for____... 9UG UNDEpWEAR; heavy rib wool. Regular price 90o; JCCi% Tonight ea*h .........996 SWEATEiRi; for boys, up to 12.76. On sale to- C 4 9C night only for.....91 eCiO FLEECED iSHIRTS and Drawers for*�y^ worth up to 50c; on sale ..... MADE'"CANADA 37ic OVERALLS; heavy black drtU or (blue stripe; QCa Prloe t&night......... 996 MUPPLEiRS; ibest quality Fibre Silk, regular up to |2.00 $1.25 GLOVES and Mitts, fine or heavy, regular, lip to J2,60 for^...... GLOVES; fur lined; regular $� and )2.75; ^4 A A Tonl�ht only ........ .,9 � aipV CAPS; the] balance' of OJSm our stock; "yow .c^ol^e 096 Double Coupons ]Fbiii|;lit With aaeh purchaac ef as cent* or oyer we will glva two eeujpons; under that amount one coupon. * Wa' have abbirt iBOO coupons left,,and thia offer holds good until the; supply^iai exhauated. The lueky coupons may be amongst those given out tonlgh^.^^  . :^ ' WATOH FOR PRIZE WINNING NUMBERS IN^ MONDAY NIGHT'S HERALD. s The Busy Store Nutritious � - ALWAYS WELCOME W.CLARK, Limited. Montreal U. S. SENATOR LOOGE SAYS BUI GEIAN SHIPS AN UNNEO ACT Mr. and MrB. .T, A. McMaster, u2i> Seventh street, arc rejoicing over the birtli of a daughter. � * � Han-y MorrjB, 622 Tenth street, ea-tertafned a number of his friends last Thursday evening at an enjoyaljle card tiarty and iiov. * � * Miss PliiJllps of lyethbridge is at present the guest of Mrs. C. Jackson, -Pincher Creek Echo.    �Miss B. OuUp.tle, who lias heen. visiting in Lethbrldge, has returned' to her home hevu.-Plnchev Creek Echo, .  * Miladl is ill receipt of a copy ot the latest war song, ".Stand by the Union .lack," a marching song ot Jack Can-nclt, aud dedicated to the Imperial Order iDaughters of the Empire, for which we are indebted to Mary L. illobeflBoii. secretary ot the music ccmmittee. tho iProvincial Chapter, I.CD.E., Winnipeg. Mv. and Mrs. O, T, avenue \ South, are the arrival o� a baby monilng. Jjong, Seventh rejoicing over boy on Friday Washington, .Ian. 23,-Attributing' be corrected" b^'^an iiiuendiiicnt whiclii to the administration an intention to,'-  >----* Mr. and Mrs. H. Y. Telter, Armadale, CoUlngwood, announce the engagement of their ^iaughter, Beatrice Rdna, to Captain Robert Y. Cory, ."seo-ond-son of .Mr. and Mrs. CharJes D, Cory, Deer Park Crescent. Captain Cory is with the Canadian contingent at Salislniry. The Art Needlework club wilt meet on Monday afternoon witji Mrs, Wil-,'iiamaon, ,537 Fourteenth street South. he said he beirevcd liad already leen I There will'he no regular meeting of voted down to bar tlie government'the Dramatic Art department of the from such purchases. ' Mathe.sis club on Monday. "To buy the German ships interned i ., *^ ., . in these ports and relieve .their o�ti-i Canon Mowat wil administer ers from the heavv daily expense iuj^'ie eight o'clock celebration distance ot war, not with Engla-nd ' caring for them arid to hand over to ! row morning at St. .Vugustms cnurcn. alone, but with France, Russia and j them .$30,000,000 or $40,000,000 he- huy German ships, interned in American potts, it the ship purchase bill is passed. Senator Lodge yesterday declat^l in the senate the measure "would bring us within measureable at tomor- After-Supper Sade 7.30 to 10 p.in. Cushion Cord Fancy Cushion Cord in blue, pink and brown; just 30 yards of each. Regular l,")c; Qm Per Yard ................Ov Fig'ured Denim ;i� inch fancy striped Figured Denim, dark green shades, regular price SOc; 4 91 Per Yard ........... I S.^C Men's Slippers just 60c pair 60c buys a pair ot these Men's Slippers tonight, fine quality felt, leather soles; Regular $1,00 ..... Ladies' Flannelette Gowns 69c Ladies' Flannelette Gowns- ,$1,25 quality finest grade material, white only, open front and long sleeyes 69c Satin Underskirts 152.25 value .$1.00 l,.adie8' Satin Underskirts, ac-cordlan pleated flounce in a ilieautiful variety of ^r�hogany Parlor, SuJte; - ^, cut' Oak Centre Table;., cvlepdld Baby Bufrgy;iIlemlnston Typewriter No. 10; Dining Table with Chairs to inateb'; Wlhdaor Drop'H��d Sewins Machine; massive leather, Lounee; 8 Braaa Mounted Beds and Springs; Heater in splendid condition; nearly new Cooking: Range. _ .. ' An early attendance respeiotfully requested. Terms Cash. Auctleneer's OffIcef it: Stafford Blook. the quantity allotted to each lieing carefully weighed. In the Figaro ot yesterday n. niajbr who was talfen prisoner with his ambulance in August has been' intar/iew-ed as to his experiences' in Getmanv. He had hardly reached German territory, he said, when a Germain medical ofSoer told him that Bngland 'would not declare war, and reproach-;ed France for having sent-, aviators I over Cologne and dropped bombs ' there during the month of July. On their passage through , with a,.tr!iin of German wounded they passed I through a station where ' the Red ' Cross distributed delicacies. ,Au^ .'Vlaa-i tiah Voman ottered the doctor, and liig wounded a few cigars but was ircueh-ly told by a Prussian csffieer not to talk to these "indignes Francais." While the journey lasted the major saw a good deal ot the conditions ot the German wounded, and on one occasion was aslfed to treat them. He insists that whatever faults the French medical service may have had, that of the German is far worse, the German wounded being in a terrible condition. Among the French wound-1 ed that came through was an unfortunate man with both things  bro5ien. Nothing had been done to immobilize the bones, ajod the man was.in agony^. The major was refused permission; tQ treat him, even to give him-aniniec-tion of morphia. The day oii ^which this happened was August aj, an^ suddenly there was Iqud ch6ermg aS; a man in a motor-car brought in a despatch stating that the Germans tvcre in Paris. The Germans at the station showed their satisfaction by a hostile demonstration tefiire' the French prisoners. When he arrived'at his destination he was told that he would lie Iield as a puisoncr of war because the French wore not respecting the Geneva Convention, were us^ ing dum-dum bullets, firing on ambulances and killing the wounded and putting out their eyes. About a-toi't-night later he was set.free. "In G-ermany", he concluded, "what struck me most was the absolute ignorance m which the Germans are as to what is happening. One of my Alsatian friends has told me t^iat on October .5 ho was in a tobacco shop near Colmac. There ho heard a German commercial . traveller coming from Oologa^, ,TCbo was lottkinp- lor a garftge where he coUd find motorcar to take hiro to Belfort. The Shopkeeper said: 'But Bellort's still in French'haaods.' 'What,' said the other, 'I know Belfort is occupied by Germany. I will gat mv inlormation from the police.' Then he learnt thf facts and was furious, saying : 'When I get back to Cologne 1 will undeceive them. Wiieni J think that ten days ag^o the hells ot the Cathedral v/ere rang in honor,of Belfort's surrender." A gratifying feature of the morning services at St. Cyprian's Church during the past month has been the attendance of a. detachment of the 2Bth Battery, C.F.A,, now in training to take their place among tlie brave lads who are upholding the Empire's honor on the battlefields, of Europo. It Is not given to the pebp'ie of Lethbridge to asRlBt at a military church parade very frequently, and those who have not yet done so,'should take advantage. Of. the opporttinitx. It is indeed a pleaslxre to hear how heartily the lads in - khaki joiii in the singing and the responses dur] iilg the service. It IN THE WORLD OF LABOP> York : One person in seven in New State works in a factory. In Denmark the percentage of unemployed is almost 12 per cent. Only 10 ot 47 pea 3anneries in Wisconsin have observed the labor laws, , Almost 400,000 workers are employed in the U, S. cotton industry, 'Massachusetts unionists ask for a .six,day week for hotel employees, ' 'Tennesaee'c new labor law created a department of factory inspection. In; Now YorkfCity 8000 working girls, live on les^.than ?6.G0 a week. Carpenters on the west coast of Mexico are paid |1.50.^ to $2.50 a day. . .'VsEtstant machinists in Milan, Italy, are paid six to seven 'cents an hour. Representatives of iseventeen industries In Greece have formed a labor federation. is understood ,thaiithe Battery boys wiU/dontlnue to haVe "church parade" during the time they are quartered at the Exhibition grounds," V  � �.i  A good crowd, good ice, and excellent niilslc^as lipsponslble for the good time at;.the gating party at the People's rlpik- last Alght, given by the Daughters of Xhe Bnipire. T^be music desferves speciali mention.- Seven pieces of the Citlkens band poured out enchanting music, which kept the skaters on the hoj�i Financially the affair was a success. We note with pleasure that iuvila-tions and prograipibes are otif for a piano recital to be given by Mrs. C. R. Young, a pupil of Mrs, Lincoln H. .leliff on Tuesday  evening, January 26, at the T.M.C.A. auditorium. Those who are Interested, but who may not have received the programme invitation, o'wing to the difficulty in compiling a oomjflete ihvitation list, may secure an invitation from either Mrs. Young or Mrs. Jeliff. The function promises to be one of the most pleasing musical affnlra of the season. Miner's Boots, strong and ser-nceablo leathor, comfortable fitting, RegTJlar prince $2,50 for _______ l2.\^H^l^L/K\j 111. $1.89 Boys' rail Calf Bluchers $1.99 Bluchers, $1.99 Men's Shirts ;in and fancy stripes, .and cuffs, regular price jpi.50........ �plain soft colors collar $1.00 Men's Swesitei* Coat Clearance Boys' Tan Calf smart mannish last Regular $;J,00 ...... Some more of these aien's Sweater Coats to go on sale tonight; fine pure wool, heavy weight, all colors; Sale Price Extra Special in the Drug Sundiy Section Colgate's Perfumes 1 ounce (bottles in .all CAm Perfumes, regular 75c.. 9UC V/z oz. bottles in ^� Eft all Perfivme rog |2.50M� I .911 Colgate's Toilet Waters, reg-ular $1,50 .... 75c $1.65 Gi'oceiy Specials 19e 25c 25c 35c New Navel 'Oranges, Per dozen ..... Mcintosh Red' Apples 7 pounds for......... New Pigs in^,packages, 4 for ............ Chxistle's fregh Fancy Biscuits, 2 pounds for.. Hudson's Bay Co. To add to the life and beauty of woollens, flannels, laces aiid ail kinds of sensitive fabrics-use . the incomparable clean-,.ser. LUX is the pure essence 0^ fine soap, in flakes It dissolves readily in hot water-raakod a cream-like lather which cannot injure iine fabrics or dainty hands. Just try LUX. Won't -rt Shrink yJiflSy, lOC. u Annual Report Women's Civic Club For 1914 At.the annual meeting of the Women's Civic Club the following annual report was read by the secretary : In prcsantiug to you this fourth atmual report of the Women's Civic Nursing Mission. A good deal of the material has been donated and a few 'dollars have been spent. On Oct. 26th a card party and dance was held in the K. ot P. hall, tor Cicic Club funds, receipts being �128.50. It has been decided to not- open the Girls' Rest Room at the present time. The Young Women's Club have handed over to the Civis Club all money and furniture. The members of tlie Club also as-sistetl on l''lag Day and tor the Motor Ambulance. At the present time the Club raem-'bers are gathering and shipping clotb-Jnb to the homesteaders. The I. 0. D. E, douatetl $50.00, $3.00 have been! received from frienas, and $75.00 from I the Club fuiwls to buy such clothing' as may be required. Of the amount^ received, $100 iiave already been spent principally for shoes and stockings, and clothing has been sent to forty families. Below' we give extracts from two letters received from families to whom clothing baa been sent, showing their appreciation:  "I was at Milk River the 11th ot January, and received the box ot clothes which you sent me, and everything .is right; 1 can't figure out I how .you sent u.s everything just the tight'size; the clothes, cloaks, shoes and two men's fur coats fit exactly. ";rhere are thirtewi in tlie family, I have eight girls and two boys ; we thank you very much -nd arc obliged to you for the clofties. If I hai| the money 1 would surely pay you, but the farmers around here aie all poor; I am five years here and have bought seed .grain and got no crop lor five years'; that makes a person poor, but I hope in God's name to get a crop this year. We could hardly afford to buy some clothes this year if you hadn't'sent us the goods, and you.paid tl�e delivery for thei boxes ; I wbuld gladly pay you'the, charges back if you will let me know how much it is. ' "I'll close my lett*r and don't know how to say thanks for the WHOOPING COUGH A simple, itte indcflcctive tratnitat ivcMlBi drun. Viperlied CrMalene tlopi IhtMnxy of Wbmplag Couihtud nitavm Spuoodlc Croop at onct. ItTs � boon to talferm from Aithm*. TlietlrcarryiiigibetiitlKptleTiper,ia-baled with every breath, makes breatbins taay; soothes the mtrt ihroar mi aiopa the ooughy aaaurint rcatful nlthts; Send tt* poMtal/ar-ji. d-eriptiv� booklet"'I �oko av auMi.Ts : VAPO .CJieS0LEM_E CO. ^^^^ without any alterations at all. You surely gurased the sizes correctly. Many thanks."  Tha club wish to thank all who have ass-isted in this work. M. A, Craig, Secreiarv. Made in Bratharo Club of the Lethbridge Board ot goods. My children couldn't'sleep that Trade, it is a great pleasure to be night when I came home liroin town able to say that we have had a very with the boxes. Now we can all �o to successful year. church again, we have church hero ev- We have 40 piembers, 10 new ones ery month, now we all .have clothes in 1914 ; there h%ve been 11 regular again, we were nearly' out of clothes, meetings and 4 special meetings held shoes and bedding. ;; during the year, the organizing oi the' "I thank vou .very much for sending Lo;al Council- of Women taking the the'clothes'and wbuW.,like to hear place ot the regular meeting in June, i from you again." ,r at which meeting Mrs. Edwards,] "Ypur card receivdd, also package, Prov. Sed., was present, and the thanks for same jin'deed. The con-GpuncH officers were elected tor t^ej tgits werfe 411.yery^Aiari"! a'ad"ft.ti^^^ balance of,the year. ,/ , ,; I ^^.^---� .... -� , - On January 31st a reception was given tj3 tlic. lady delegates wtteiiding the U. F. A., the Board of trade granting $25 for, esiieases. On February 16th, a card party was held in aid of the Girls' Rest Room, the amount realized being $110.30. VioJei; bay-was ivext In order, receipts from the sale of same on April:' 11th being $430.30, also tot the G)rl�^ Rest Room.. I The members of our Club also took' charijc of the Rest Room at the Exhibition m July.v'this was very much apprecialied Iiy.the women, especially mothers with babes. Tea was served; receipts being $18.85. i On July 20th, the ladles ot the' city wore invited to join the Board ot Trade 'Jn th^ ; "Oct Acquainted" trip to the Experimental Farm, and the members of the Civic Club provided lemonade. I Six prizes were given by the Club' for. lavmiJ, fltSwerg, etc., and � in May Messrs. V. W. Do>wti5r and'J. B. Tu^-ney offered pi(7.cg,',for the' cultivation of the vacant Jots in the city ; only one entey was received, the prize go-iUK to-820. Kighth St. S. in August It was decided .t� sew for the needy of the. city, sewing,being done at tbe.'re^ular mcctmgs, and Britain'^ Reply Regarding Dacia SeemsVery Fair llondon, Jau, 31. Six ISdmird Grev, the British fofoigii acratuy, today submitted to waiter Hinea . Page, the American amhaMador, 't^e', reply ot the British eomnnMBt to the state departmeavs request that' the iormei Hamburg-Anwcfcaa line ' steamer Dacia, whidi now fUea ttie Anaerlcan flag, be permitted to ikaln. a special trip to'Qennany �wltt cargo of cotton without ieotabl|aUng a preceden* as.to the vaHdity oftbo chan^ in. the Tesselfa reclattfr, Ati' soon as it conld^be put m code 'Ow reply was forwarded by Mr. Page .to" Secretary of State Bryia. Winle GreatllBritain in Teply, does not find''{t'posaihto to promiae that the Daci]^ would not be tbiovm : into a priae court on her first trip, concessions are' made coDoecning heu cargo in that two'alternatives ace ol"^ -lered. Great Britain oKecs either to purchase the cotton at the Oennan prices upon thcv sei>''Ure ol the D^cia or to have the cargo placed on aor-: other boat and'forwarded to Bottet-dam at the expense ot tfao Bsitishc ..jKovernroent. .. --pj^ Sanads by tovar on theUtli'Thureday. To date 147 mttad, Toponto. new articles have been sent to the Wis 'I � ����'>���� .^..ifc-V�..�'l�,^>.��S^..i;.ft^''-;^.�.'�V-� " 9456 ?56562 ;