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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 28, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TMUlR^DfAY^^ANUARY 28, 1^15 T HE LETHBRIDDAIL Y HERALD PAGEFIVK BHtishtothe Bovril is tfW miles from the frontier of West Prussia. Alon(5 tlie front c'. the B/Mxa. and Rawka, before Warsaw the Germans ire fighting, .entirely on the defensive ^ with artillery duels and minor infan-' try engagements on the Rawka. In the region of Sochaczow the right wing of the German army has been repulsed in a number of attempts to advance. ,The German loss has been particularly heavy in this region. Their total killed, Vr'oiinded and prisoners in the second advance toward Warsaw, which ha.s now been definitely checked, is estimated at more than 250,000. YOUNG PEOPLE MM AT mu The Y.M.C.A. seems to have a faculty for entertaining young people aiid making a success of any entertainment or social that they hold. This was well iflustrated last night, when the "Y" was thronged with young people from the different churches of the city. About 150 were there, and from the time they entered the building till they left, they were treated with enjoyment and laughter all the tlnne. The first item on the programme was that of getting actiualnted with each other, and then looking over the bui.lding. Lines were formed in the gym, and were marched throughoiit the building, from the basement to the garret. iWuch entliusiasm and ini:erest was shown in the parlor athletic events that occupied the boards next. The number of entrants were sufficient to cause laughter enough for nny show that one could imagine. The events were as follows: Twenty yard dash, carrying an egg on a spoon with the arm extended; stand-broad grin, which proved to be very funny. Imagine twelve people standing up before a large audience with one continuous grin tor about two minute's, and yoU''will be able to appreciate the comical situations that were created. The next event, the continuous glum, was as much enjoyed. However, the glum was overcome by laugh-ter by all the contestants save one, who copped the prize. The-caud'le walk was next. It may seem an easy proposition to. carry a liglited-vcandle, but this was disproved "'vElieii they came to race, and at the finish only one or two performed the feature successfully. The changeable horse laugh next provided the fun. The contestant laughing the merriest and most changeable laugh for one minute won. Mr. Kaake succeeded in ousting his opponents with a laugh that must have been very beneficial to him, as it certainty must have helped to digest his supper. The succeeding events wereequaty amusing and the guests then heard the following musical programme; Piano solo, .Miss Pi'ancls Dunsworth; monologue. Miss Lucy Way; duet, Misses Hazel and Ames; sneech, i^r; Carson; solo, Miss Whittall. "Tipperary," led by H. McG. Young, was sung by the audience, after which the refreshments were served, and at 11.30 the gathering dispersed, feeling much better of the evening's entertainment. ' Rev. Canon Septimus .Jones of Toronto, father of the late 13. Morton Jone^ of this city; is dead. He was a very prominent Anglican clergyman, arid was rector of the Church of the Redeemer for many years.  Senator and Mrs, I,. 1). Uc \eber left for Ottawa tc work.  * � The girls' club of Si. Paui'.s Lutheran church are holding a box social in the basement c.f the church this evening.  . " The members of tlie .Vlexander Gait Chapter of the I.O.O.E. will meet for sewing at 423 Eighth street South tomorrow afternoon.    The Rebeccas are holiiiag a dance in the K. of P. ha'il tomorrow night, for which invitations have been issued. All Oddfellows expected, with or without invitations.  * � The Christian Woiuens Board of Missions will meet wltli Mrs. Bernard, Third avenue A South on Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. All are'cordially invited to attend. The Daughters of the Empire have accepted the offer of Len S. Brown to direct "Are You a Mason?" which will be produced under their auspices in the near future. Among those appearing in the cast are Mr.s. Brymner, Mrs. Ritchie, Miss Ethel Conybeare, Mrs. Fisher, Mrs. Brown, .Vliss Simpson, Miss Hazell, Messrs. Shepherd, Brymner, Ritchie, Fleming, Robinson, Brown and Hyde.  � * In a season cf military weddings, one of the most interesting in Toronto took place in St. James' Cathedral, be-fwceu Dorothy Winifred Strathy, daughter of the late John Strathy, and Captain Leonard Cecil Outerbridge, son' Of Sir Joseph and Lady Outer-bridge of Newfoundland. Captain Outerbridge goes with the second contingent. The skirt, a quaint shirred and twisted affair of gold colored taffeta with R tucked duffle, lifted to show the pantalets of rufBed tulle. The Dodlce is elioeedlnBly negligible, a wisp of tulle over the isioulder and short �puffed BleeVes of taffeta being all there is to it. , BLl)�I�BBON V) Is essentially the Tea fjii' a-ll classes of people. Its wide sale proves its fine -qijivlity 1. S�nil this Advertltement with 25 cents to Blua Riliwn. t)mltttYlhnl|*tSi'for the Blue Ribbon Cook Book., The b9*Veo9tre more of them: Dress Goods, Ta'ble Linen, Silks, Flannelettes, ToweUinga and Cottons Ml marked at hurry out speclkl sale prices. Desirable Boots for the Family at Substantial Price Reductions Ladies' Bal Boots This pleasiiig- style in Ladies' Bal model Boots. Comes in selected tan calf and Is a regular $5.00 value. Sale price ...:.  5# Ladies' "K" Boots These popular English made Boots to go on sale. For conifort, for appearance and for good solid wear this .boot is unequalled. OC Black and tan, $6.00 values ........#"f.Cw Ladies' Higli Leg' Boots .lust .7 pairs in this clearance lot of Ladies" High L^g Boots. Both hlBok and tan in the rapge. Regular $5.95- Ctl OC Sale Price....................... #Wa9y Miner's Boots-$1.89 a'his 'excellent line of Miner's Boots to go on sale, black bluchers, strong; and ser- AQ vicealble. Regular $2.25 ............91 m09 Men's "K" Boots $4.25 $1.75 saved on every pair of these "K," Boots purchased here this week end. Black and taoi, box calf and .vici kid. All sizes. OC Regulir. prtce $6.00 .................#4 .�9 � Oiie Buckle Overshoes 8 pairs^ oi^ly of these Men's Overshoes for early comer?. One buckle style. ^� AA Regular $2:00. One-Half Price ......91 .UU Sweeping Reductions in Men's Suits Prices on Hen's Tweed and Worsted Suits still on the downward grade. Tomorrow you can buy values to $27.50 for $12.50. The cloths are all neat effects in imported tweeds C1 9 CA and worsteds, nicely tailored...... 9 � ��.9U Men's Ties Smart style neckwear; just 50 in the lot, .plain and neat striped designs- OCf* Regular to 50c ........................ CvV Men's Palm Protectors For the man who does any kind of rougji work, handling packing cases, stones, 'bricks-in fact for any kind of rough work-these strong leather Palm Protectors- 4 Regular price 35c ....................'. I UU Furs at a Third to a Half Loss Than Usual The entire balance ef our stock of Fur�-Muff*, Stolte and Fur Ceats arc marked at prioM that 'will ensure quick selling to all those who are desirous of a set or coat. Coat Sale this Week End All our stock of Coats, all new styles this sea-son, smart new falbrics and neatly tailored, �U to dear out at prices away less than usual this week end. ^ Children's Coats v Children's Bear Cloth Coats in white, t�4 a�d tap. Curl Benrcloth, lined throuKhout irtth henry .flannelette lining:, cosy little coats. #4 4 |S RiBfU'lar prlc^-J|i4.75................. 1.9 Children's Bonnete This line of Children's Bonnets, made of ri�h Beaitloth, variety of styles, neatly trimmed; ribbon rosettes and ties- AQ#k Regular price Soc.....................: Glass Jugs 'I Water Jugs, good heavy colonial style, TfKi* Crystal Pressed Glass..................J 9w Wall Burlaps 19c Ureeu and re^ Burlaps (or wall CQV^ringD. Qur own special import. 1 yard and 2 y*^rds 'TO|>U.,.>lf this 5Bar.irlB8; w,� aj-ejisure-iot g schojil here, '  i' '"n;_ Wesi�rn Ontario has not j>early ijieii ' the" quota for recruits for the ^third contingent. Chocolate Bread Piiddiiir A deiicion^ way to mn^i eooi use of the stray bread ends is th^ old-; fashioned Chocolate Bread Podding.' Two cups ibread cnimibs, 4 cupa-wsald^ ,' ed"mlllf, 2 tablespoons Vrfa Glieoo*;; late Powder, % i^up Bi?f�r, iwn,.yd I teaspoonful ��lt, 1 t^i^ppoopMrySJji; ilia. Soak crutnhs In sfifirm- f'mlllj^'i Melt the chocolate, a^d the sugar isbd; enough rajlfc Ukw, frejp ,^th* ifmwtVi and milk to make �,tJitam��*"r�