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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAY 11, 1914 THE LBTHBRIDGB 4AILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN The Store Phone 453 Acudi. Block CLARKE CO. Tuesday is Ready-to-Wear Day AND MANY-SPECIAL PRICES PREVAIL. IN NEWEST SKIRTS AND'DRE88E8, OFFERING EX- CEPTIONAL ON THE VERY CHOICEST GARMENTS' OF !THE 'ENTIRE SEASON. .It tho purchase or ouuit for the 24tli, It's a good time now Jo niaku and have necesiiiry alterations made before the big rush begins. dopoBit'secureb yoin choice ;UU you are ready tot It, High-Grade 'i Handsome New Coirts S27.50 Worth up to This lot includes some of the prettlaat arid moat attractive novelties, .we ha-ve had to show this-season, In 'brocades, whipcords-and serges; colors Alice, tan, mustard, mahogany, navy and black. Coats all silk lined throughoutr fcSnior.a or sot in sleeves; skirts made in the correct draped or.tunic effects.' -All sizea included. SATIN PETTICOATS Worth, up to 54.50 Colons blnck sky, rose, cream, nell rose and piddy splendid qii ilitj NEWEST WAISTS Worth up to 50 tflne voiles and in ifthite' made with drop front or back joke, short 01 long sleeves Cloth and Silk Dresses 20 Per Cent- Ott This dress sale for the one flay only, including cloth and silk, dresg store in the most attractive styles been shown, this .season; Every Imagin- able color 1st included at to 130.00. Worth up to Newest flare, effects with kiinona or set in sleeves, brocades and plain colors in Copenhagen, grey, navy and black. A -splendid selection Including a wide range of choice in styles, colors and sizes, to suit all figures and every purse. COAT SALE Worth" up to Very serviceable staple styles, three quarter and full lengths, grey and black, all sizes required; up to 44. i HOUSE DRESSES Worth up to Plain chambray and strip- ed prints in good washing colors; sizes 34 to 46. There aie thous-inds of stars that shine at night, Thousands of flowers that make sum- mer bright, Ihoubinds of dew di ops the Thousands of birds with voices Thousands of. bees in the purple tlu C But onlv one Mother, the whole .world over. That one day in every year should .he set-aside in honor ot mothers all over the world seems only fitting and saw thousands eiriblehi' oT tiie wliitc car- nation. Special mention oi the significance he day was made in nearly all the churches, '.and the attendance at cacli mai'kefl a record. The day U- stilf was most impressive, and 'the ex- tent of the special meaning it .car- ried was remarkable. Yesterday marked ,tbo. passing of the third year sinco the day has be-eix. observed in Letbbritige. KNOX CHURCH At Knox church! the day was prac- ticallv 01 cr to 'mother" In morning, Dr. Ferguson preached a iery impress ve sermon from tne -''A. wise son maketh a good father, Jbut a 'foolish man dcspiseth his (I'roierb1? In) He spoke of the appropriateness of the observance of the dav all over th'e world, and emphasized the -greatness of the term, because it was. so. fun- damental and vital to every human He closed with the apt phrase, "I want to be the kind ot hoy -that mother .thinks I '.am." In tie Rev Cameron spoke iy appreciated. Sir. Fleming sang ''The Plains of Peace" in the morn- ing, Mr. Higgins of Medicine Hat sang, "The Prodigal thi evening, and Mrs. Layton and Mr McGougau gave an especially beaut- ful ami creditable rendering of Dib- ble's. "Rock of Ages" at the evening service. The choir sang the anthems "Lovely and "Fear. Not O Israel" with the usual splendid style. CHURCH is !MolJier bising rcrnirks" on the Saviour s dj mg charge to His beloved disciple John, when he said, t "Behold Thy Mother." The sermon was full of deep senti- ments, expressed in an appealing and comforting way. Hev. Cameron stat- ed tfiat there. never .was a greater premium; on- purity in'the World than at the puesentitime, his liearers .-to .honor mother by-living a clean, pure, honest' iipright -T'i music at both the services was great AUCTION SALE AT THE LETHBRIDGE EXCHANGE (Whitney Tomorrow, Tuesday, at 2.3O p.m. FRANK G. WADDINGTON Will sell by Public Auction, as abtne a quantity of superior Household Furniture Including Oak Dressers and Stands, Braas Bed, -Spring and Mat- tress, Mission Oak Bookcase, Mission Oak Lounge, Singer Sewing Machine, Oak Extending Dining Talrte, Pillows and a quantity oC useful sundries. 12 Stop Organ in solid mahogany case, ccmUUon; recently cost f TERMS CASH, NO RESERVE. Amateur Developing Printing Enlarging Particular Efforts taken to get the very best results 906 Third Avenue South MAKER OF FINE HOME 1733 Wesley church, although, the- ser- "-ere not Vuuny givui over to the special occasion, recorded two.; of the..hest services that been held 'within the present pastoi, and references to the day made, at fieqiient intervals The musfcJiras es pcciall) fine, being chosen to Isuifrfh and the pimsis on the honor due to uitfother from their.children. At the morning sen ice, Cyb hledick emphasized the idea of the d iy m his special talk to the ]uniors .of the congregation his topic being, "Jesus and Ilib Mother" His regu lar sermon was on -'The of the some very inter- esting points were brought out dur- ing the course of his splendid ad- dress. At the Bible class in the af- tiittioon, Mrs. Brandow read :in .in- teresting story by Ian Maclaren; and in the evening Rev. Cobbledick preached a splcn'did sermon on the.; "losing scene pE Jacob's and Jos- eph's In when lie was given a' fintj' opportunity to appeal to the young- er men and women. In the moi mfa Miss Linguard sang 'Mother's Prayer" in sweet and in the evening Miss Dawson gave a" beautiful rendering of "T.ell Mother' I'll be which was very touch- ing., I he singing of the hjinn ions Lead Me 'Lest I- Stray" unac- companied, Was also verv effective; WESTMINSTER CHURCH The special services'atWestmiiieter Methodist church in appropriation .of MILADI Edited "INQ" O Phones Res.1115 ffice 1224 'Over the wintry day- Pass the cold skies am! To the red-deeps of May, -Love leads us on." anxious about tomorrow Do today's duty, tight today's temp- tations and do not weaken and dis trust by looking forward to things, which you cannot see and could not understand if you saw Kihgsley: Hostesses tomorrow Howard Dobspn. t Air's; Richards, of Vancouver, is visiting her BOH, Mr. James A. Rich attls, Seventh.St., .S. ;Mrs, li. IJ. McCarty left for Thamesford, Out., on Sntunlaj night account ui the serious jll- ness of the former's father. i Rev. Dr. 'J. T. and MLS. Ferguson and daughter, Maud, were guests with-Mr. and'Mrs. Higinboth- am while in. the city, Dr. Ferguson preaching -in- Kiiox c'mirch yesterda> morning and in Trinity church, Har- dievillc, last.night. Mrs. C. R. Daniels and Mrs. W. K. FairJield are entertaining the .His- tory and Current Events section o! the Mathcsis club at the home of the .former tomorrow afternoon. Members are asked to meet either at the home of Mrs: McCIi-naghan or at; Mrs. Dunham's at two-fifteen, when conveyances will be on hand to take them out to Mrs. Daniels' home. _ Mrs. W. D. Speuce, who is the guest of 'Mrs. Penchen. during Toronto, has been re-elecl isltion as councillor on the execu- chavge, and a large earnestly desired. attendance Miss Fornian will address West- minster Kpworth League tonight, tthich is mlsMonarj night 1 attendance should hear Miss Formari, who, as a missionary to 'foreigners in interesting un- the. foreigners tell man known facts about right here in Lethbridge and Staf- The results bt'.the First Standard Teacher Training Course written1 on at school about the first of AprjJ, been receu ed, Misi Amy R Waterman B Berringer and Miss Han nah JVC Carson passed successfully first first class honors BO that congratulation'! are mdee due The subject written on was th 014 Testanientj.-.whiie the nert exam ination .about, the end1 of June -wi! on the Testament. At- Knox eliUrch the mid-week ice on ttednesdaj will contmu "Studies in the New Testament.' The regular monthly meeting of t-h Board of Managers, will be held .in Knox vestry at 8 p. m. tomorrow. The first general meeting of the Missionary society of Knox churcl will be held ia the school room a1 8 o'clcck -tomorrow evening. The W, H. M. S. and W. F. M. S. algamated, and this is the first- meet- ing since. A program will be render- ed and refreshments served, and. a FINAL RETURNS 1W 29 FOR THE ONE-MAN-CAR SYSTEM !ier stav jn invitation fis extended every ted to 'lie congregation to be 1 present. :ive of the National Council of Wo- More French wo- men wear ribbon of the Leg- ion .of Honor-rrMme. Yallet-Bisson, a pastelist; Mme. T. Adolphe Bisson, a journalist, and ..daughter of Sarcey, the literary 'and dramatic critic; Jlnie Jean Dleuiann, who fought ne- side.her husban'd'in the Franco-Prus- sian war, and is-alieged to wear mas- culine Jorty-four jeais of nntrirn'oTij been' a "long and happy and the divine- Sarah, being included in the list. Mrs. H. D. Williamson and children left on Saturday night to join Mr. Williamson at Ketlaw, where they will mdkt, their future home. Mr. and Mrs. CJeorge F. Stevenson, of Cranlirook, arc singing at the concert to he given by St. Aiigustin's Choral Societv on Thursday evening, will he t'e guests if Mrs.-R.- T. Brymncr their stay in Leth- bridge. Mr. Slip, formerly of this city, who has been attending pharmacy at Win; nipeg, will go to Calgary on Friday, where he has accepted a position in Black's drug store. The first rally of the tethbridge Young People's Christian Union will be held in the basement of Knox church tonight at 7.45. There will he a In-minute; song service to be fol- lowed by the meeting proper. The speakers will he W. C. Marsh, presi- dent, on "Our Miss Fitch and- JMiss Waterman on "Our Possi- and Rev. D. on "Ef- and other vo- caljsts will sing and all the people's' societies arc to be present. The older friends in the congrega- tions arc given a most cordial invi- tation also. Report of the Nursing Mission for tfee 1DH New for 35 Old patients cared for............... 6 Professional calls (day) Mrs, H r J. V; Janes Professional calls (night) Friendly'and relief cai Office calls School calls............. Mother's Day, successful than'at other chlirclies. Hev. ,J. B Francis spoke m the mo- g 10 a large number of children mostlj tin boys using as his topic 'Mother made Ministers and in the the subject, "A Man's-Best. Friend' was very ably J. B'. Francis, bad charge of -the evening service Total 4Hg Hours spent at sclaol 29i Patients paying full fee 9 Patients paying part fee 21 Patients cared for'frcpt 5 We Jiavc had many calls for relief this month, food has been asked for and supplied to six families new boots for two children and old "loth- Da cv .and sister, Mrs: i ing and h'oots hilvc h t and son Cfcorgc, leave ninc ,-amincs. tomoriow to spend several months in Thirteen calls- for women for dav Toronto and ttinnmeg. Mr. Dr.ley, ,o- work have hccn alld J inimn of general grievance of ST. AN'DKEW'S CHURCH Fitting services were held in honor of mother gt St. Andrew's church, and in the morning Rev. Bryan preached a well thought out and .in- teresting sermon on Perfect and in the evening spoke on Mothers A Spe- cial both the services greats Jy enhanced the effectiveness of tho (lay. The Christian chuvch also observed the day, and appropriate sermons and music were in order. Ppwerful Sermons at. St. Cyprian's While "Mother's Day" not specially observed at St. Cyprian's ihurch yesterday, the 'Hey; Canon McMillen took the opportunity in his sermon at the morning service of em- phasizing the dignity of motherhood great gift The dis- course wns based on tho passage in B. of P.. T.- will them, as far as Winnipeg. acco.mpany A quiot wedding was solemnized by ReV; U. Winsor at the Anglican chusch, Coutts, on Mfty Robert Alexander Reid, of Shelby, and Mrs. J. A. Mathicson, of: Lcthbridge. Air. and Mrs. Reid left for Shelby, Montana, where they will make their future home. found for two maids. .Three calls for outside nurses have also hccn supplied. A. M. TILLEV, Superintendent. Final official returns' on the pleh- Iscito vote last iweck are available for the first time In full today. There are no surprises, except in, connec- tion with the market 'Site. Or. "-c second count, the Kckstorm site needed only about" sixty votes, to car- ry, but it received only 12 'of tho i'e quired number. The Thirteenth street rllbrary site carried easily on the second count although the number of votM did not total 50 per cent ol the whole The total unspoiled votes; on the library sites were 772, the winning site, hav- ing 32-1. The most surprising aspect- ol the plebiscite was large spoiled ballots and the number spoij Jed by oeing deposited in the box un inaikexl Following are the complete-' and- al returns! Library First Sec Gd Choice Choice Toi llth st. near 3 e cor Baraekft1 square Cor. Btli ave.. A; and 13th st S 369 On Gait Gardens 1DO out Marked for 1st choice only 74 068: 190 Market Site Bckstorm's bidg... 304 IS 13th st. 107 out 13th 304 12 Citizens' Lmbr. Co. Marked for. 1st choice only V. -53 316 167 SIS 167 Majority, 23 voting i Car Yes 110 306 411! 30; "87 four not Shall'We "Have i Market Majority voting. 233 878 'spoilt, >9, 125 sir not Imposing Ceremonies Attend Funeral of First U. S. Victims of MexicanWar New York. N.Y., dead from Vera Cruz .-flrere landed oil Am- erican soil todaj, citj state and nation paid-their tributes. Two hours before-the city was astir, seventeen coffins were removed .from the boat of he armored cruiser. Montana, and placed on caissons on the ulaza in lattery Park Few witnessed this ceremony, for the sun 'was. biit balf isen; but thousands lined tlie streets ater to 'watch the slow, procession vend its way to the Navy Yard. Perhaps not- since the Deivey par- ade has there been such a spontan- :ous demonstratWn That, howei er, fas a noisy tribute to retuinlncr Mf ors; this a re% erent one to the re urnirig dead r The weatner for tne occasion could lot have The InioBt cloudless and there was just inoiigli breeze to stiffen afloat and shore, the thousands.. of flags that vere. at half mast Silent thousands ong- before S o clock began making heir''way toward .-.lotfflr Manhattan thers massed about the City Hall, 'here the procession was to halt triefly: still bthefs 'lined', ap- proaches to the Manhattan bridge, and finally a great throng gathered 'at the "San laid, where eulogies nera to be said. Many wore little Bows otblack; others wore bands of black upon their sleeves. The President arrived in the. cttT from Washington shortly o'clock, almost unobserved. Twenty-four picked mounted poMcs led the way. Behind them combined bands of the dreadnoughts', Wyoming and and 'behind the bands, sk ntndred bluejackets from these ships ind' the last-, calmon came the carriages, beailng the Secretary of [tile senators congressmen and repraeentath es of the state avd The cortege began to movtf at 9 o clock the s'jip'b band a fun eral marclii while the bluejackets carried tieir .arms reversed. The crowd stood with bared heads, silent. Through Broadwaj past" 6ld Trinlts Church, and Into the City Hall plaza, the procession passed; Gathered at the hall vert, per- haps ten thousand spectators Clubs and Societies St. Augustin's Woman's Auxiliary- win not meet this week. Confirmation class of St. Augus- tin's church will meet this evening. "The Temptations of Summer he the subject at the mid- week service at Wesley church on Wednesday, evening. t Those interested are reminded ot the special meeting of the Daughters the .first; chapter of the Epistle, of I aml Mallls ot at Mrs. West- James, verse 17" "Every good kitt '917 Eighth St., S., this cven- and every perfect gift Is from above.' In tho evening the 'itev. Canon took as his subject 'the parablo of Dives and Lazarus, laying stress on tho point that those who have been so Messed with a goodly jiharc'Ot. this world's wealth should use' 'their means In the advancement of God's kingdom. The services, tiirqughout, wf re mark- oil -by large attendances, ;.tlfe 'church' practically the evr ening. Canon McMlMen anouuced' that'on Whit Sunday, May 31, the of Calgary will conduct1 a nishop private confirmation at St. Cyprian's ou 81 Day) tot -.I. The Woman's Auxiliary of St.. Cy- prian's church will meet on Thurs- day at 3 p. ni., when a full attend- ance is requested. The Ladies' Aid of Wesley church will meet at three on Wednesday af- ternoon. This s the beginning of the the' new officers will he in Jjeihbrldge Cadets will attend this morning service. On tb.o latter occa- sion, tho lisunl celebration, of Holy Communion will not tako place at the 11 o'clock service, but at 8.30 a.m. lu: atcod, Food "Makes or Breaks" It is the materiai Katuru uncs to keep both body and brain In repair. One's personal aches and pains can 'more often be traced- to wrong; selection of food than any other cause. Grape-Nuts Food It has deliclcua tatte, contains tha elements Nature requires for building up body, brain and Rlint Way! There Reason" GRAPE.NUTS ARE (OLD IV Canadian Ptttum Cereal Co., Ltd., Windior, Out. ENEMY OF RUSSIAN THISTLE IS FOUND has.. Kane Discovers the Lox- istege lakes Thistles Has Chas. Kane the :usijian thistle's mortal enemy If-so he has matlqJhis fortune. Mr,