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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MOXI1AY. OKCKMHKU 3. Ifl17 TIIK i.i-vrmminGK DAILY IIF.UAU) PAOK EL-EVEN Every department splendily prepared to meet your every need in goods for personal and household use, at well at Christmas goods in an excep- tionally wide variety of choice. OUTER -AND UNDERGARMENTS OF FINEST OBTAtfMBLE. QUALITIES AND IN lvYERY CASE WHERE BOUGHT MANY MONTHS AGO BEFORE THE BIG ADVANCES WERE PUT ON, NOW SELLING AT 1-4 TO 1-3 LESS THAN COULD POSSIBLY BE THE CASE IP BOUGHT ON THE PRESENT MARKET. Superior Furs IN SPLENDID VARIETY AND AT PRICES YOU CAN_AFFORD TO PAY Canadian Rat Coats, special Hudson Seal _ Canadian Beaver Coats Natural Wolf Sets to 75.00' Natural GOOD Sets, up from Natural Beaver from Iceland Fox Sett, up from.-. Black Fox Sets, up from. Black Wolf Sets, up from Hudson Seal Sels, up from. Finest Ermine Children's Matched Sets, white and grey to The Sale of Coats Continues all this Week at prices 10 to 20 percent, less than regular All the finest RUT meats of the season included In Lhls sale, such as velours In burgundy, brown, green and blufi; iJlusliea jiliiln arnl baud- utmiely fur (rimmed styles and sen-Ice anj many motor coats of heavy pure v.-oormatprlals. All Selling at 10 to 20 per cent. Off Coat Sale I Coat Sale Values up to J20.00 Values up to J30.00 The Initial Showing of Xmas Stock Displayed this week on counters and tables and featuring by far the finest variety ever shown by this store. Christmas neckwear and scarfs, Christmas hosiery and gloves, Christmas dress-goods Chrislmns bnd fancy goods; Christmas furs, waists, dresses, underskirts, knit goods, camisoles, hand bogs, handker- chiefs, novelties, etc. >IT'S A GOOD TIME NOW TO SEE THIS ASSORTMENT WHILE STOCKS ARE AT THEIR BEST ANO AVOID THE RUSH OF LATER WEEKS............ Clarke Co. The Ladies' Slore Phone 453 612 Third Ave.S. Hosiery and Underwear At Specially Attractive Prices and a Very Large Variety of Choice LADIES' CASHMERE HOSE. Sprclal 1 rift at IMc. Ssc. 15c anJ 1 LADIES' O. S. CASHMERE HOSE. Special V.V 1 .UU GIRLS' RIBBED CASHMERE. HOSE. C to 10 inches, 45ti and BOYS' HEAVY LEG HOSE. G to JO. inches st BOYS' JAEGER HOJE. Heavy Pure wool. Sac to INFANTS' F.INE CASHMERE .7 r Whlto anil to I jC LADIES' FINEST SILK HOSE. Plain Oft nud fancy. ?UO to 0 .U U LADIES' FINE SVOOL UNION SUITS.. o Exceptional values at to JeDv LADIES' O. S. UNION SUITS. Very J nn line quality.. Extra spec, value. 53. toTCmUU GIRLS' UNION SUITS. Sizes up to 32. anil natural colors. ? FLEECED SLEEPING SUITS. One to 10 year sites. Sueclal value'al -I fl.OD to liiO fn nJU Opposite REGULATE BREAD -Paris, Dec. cabinet has ap- proved of tlic measures of Victor ct, minister of provisions, regulating the distribution or bread. Closer re- Elrictlons liavc become necessary be- cause of insufficient harvests nnd Ilia limitations o[ tannage Tor Importa- tions. FERNIE'S TOTAL. Femic, Dec. The loLil subscriptions to the A'ictory Loan at tlio cloae of the can- vasa. Saturday night was 65D. ft RED CROSS CAMPAIGN A meotins o! the lied Cross executive to discuss a cam- paign for funds will he held in St. AuBuEtin'fl hall this evening at S. WESTERN L.ItT Ottawa, _ Dec. noon cas- ually list reports 27 western Canad- ians billed In nclfpn, one died of wounds, eight believed to have been killed In acllom five sin gassed, one 111 and nine, wounded, a total of 50. Open-Air Exercise" and Carter's Little Liver PUls For Constipation If you can't get ill tbe exercise you should have, its ill the more Important that you haye tbe other Irui ramty for lor- plil liver and bawds which don't act imr IVER PIUS. TAt ooe pill nlgkt: more ooly whca yodTre Bare lu ncccjaanr. CHALKY, GOLOKLESS COMPLEXIONS NEED CARTER'S IRON P1L1S PIANORECITAL WILL BE GIVEN BY THEODOK IVSSUM Under the Auspices of UK Fortnightly Musical Chb IN AID OF THE GREAT WAR INTHES.O.E.HALL} TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4th Admission 50c PROGRAMME Sonata op. 31 iN'o. 3 Allegro 3cticrio (Allegrctlo vivace) (inodrralo o grayjoao) J'rcalo con (aoco MR. F035UH Mother O'MIno jfTho lallhd ol Droams Tho Sunshine o[ Your Smllo i MR. ELLINQSON Noclurnn Danso UarlcHqu'o Valso Caprice ;L. .Beethoven Ailfirnf MR, F039UM My Dear. Soul NIU (mans i Lfvnil ot Hopo anil Olory MR3. F038UM Pn'mitt ....i A of Aiilumn (Dedicated to Mr, Fonum) Toccata La Campanclla MR. fOSSUM "BOD SAVE THE KINO" i Gromhtil Smderstm l.Mlxi Kovcn K1eir J. ,'ttowf Dowll a' Aurta Cnamiiiartc Pajinint-Llm MIL ADI IB Mr. and Mrs. A. E. tves have gone Chicago -on a Irlp. Mrs. H. J.'H. Shcilh anil Maaler rchle have returned from an eilcnJ- d sojourn a I Vancouver The Rebekahs will meeL in'.the'TleC rcrss rooms Idknurr'jw night. at 7.30 The Great War Ncilof-Kin As- will hold a on M' e ti- nes da j- evening at 7.15 in the Y-M.C. A. Thereivill be a Reeling 'of the wom- en in the Y. SI. C, A. on Wod- icaday evening at'iS o'clock. The vet- erane will address the meeting- Mrs, G. F. Jamleson Ii.i3 gone lo edlclne Hat to vlstl mottior Mr. amlcson, accompanied her for a few V The history nncl current event see- on of Hie MiUliesiB club'will meet Hh. Mrs. Alex''Smith, S3G Sin St. 3.. omorrovv afternoon. i 'F, G. Forster, ot iho attorney gen- ral's department, Edmonton, nlurday In tho city tlie guest-of. his oiisln. E. H..J. FpraLer. In'llic .Montreal Slar of Nov. lajor John Ilasselt, aide tie camp to General Sir Sam Hughes, while Ihc attcr wns minister of war, Rnnonncea marrlace o[ his jroungeat sister, Vlnnlfred, Lo LieuL. L. Shirley Yulll, Jo. 3 Co., McQin University Conting- ,nt, P.P.C.Ij.I. Lieut, YuUT, who was evcrely wounded in the b.iltle of the Sominp, visited his mother, at Com merco'whllo recupernllnp. He was al- entertained at Medicine Hat and Mrs. DeVelier is giving n .mifcel- unqous shower in aid of St. Patrick's church-bazaar, at hor Lome Stii "t. S. from 2.30 to Gip.m. AllcniDon (ca will be served. HAKTE-rMcGIlEGOn The home o( MT. MtGvegor, of Brandon, Ihe very proLLy wedding of a Wednesday, lalgary, where .he and Clark, on o[ Dr. Michael Clark, and his while overseas, were guests of houor at Ihe Canadian club. Doth ot (hfc 'oung men Iclt agnln tor the Trent. The ladles of .Sir Alexander Gait chapter J. O. D.E., served Lho Ijncli- eon given today for His Kxcellency he Govcrnrfr-Ocncral. The apnclous S O. B. haU a very Llvo appcaranco with a background o[ lags nrtfstlcally irranged, -ferns and palms, and six 10115 tables which fill- ;d the room. Covers were lulrt for when hla daughter, Gwendolyn Anon, became Ihe bride of Edwin Charles Ilartc, son of Mr. and t Mrs. John Harte, of Omaha, Is'elirnska. Lucky Slrihe people recently learn cd wllh much pleasure (hat one of Us best known and popular younjj Mies was recently married In Spokane to Thoa. Donovan, R well known Lucky Strike farmer.1 J EFFER John Jefferson, one of'the leading In the Sexton Creek district near CouUs, was married on Nov. 2Sth at Bassano lp Miss Edith Jtean fyan, daughter of-Mr. and Mrs. John Flrinajan. Mr. 'Jefferson Is one of tlio acilve members of Ilie U.K.A. (n Ida district And, a. leader in, all move- ments for the advancement- of -the community. Edmonton the presence of relatives and Inllmilc frlcndn, mtTrltige of Kdlth, second daughter of Mr. end Mrs. A. ilcC.ymonl, 102nd Amsterdam, Dec. 1. Tlie of Langdowne-'s letter conllnuey-to be commented upon extensively by the Icrmnn papers the consDnsus-o't o pin- on being Hi at iiaclflsm is" galoing ground In England. Voaslschc tung says: if we Tejent'siicVeffDrlH at a re- dpiifoacluncnt it' Is'nqt because or of good wjll, but the result of the con- sideration, that an agreement too Iiasl- .llf concluded (lie lom would cut off the way id our neighbors on the continent and also rob OIIT neighbors and ourselves for all time of our giiaraiiires by our pow- er against British supremacy." The Tagoblatt believes that tlic Lanatlowns letter indicates- unrest among the Conservatives" In England over Ihe way tilings are going. It adds: "'Lansrtofrne "Is one of them and he houns: to rind a1 way out before tllssstor is unavoidable." Ihe letter opposition of N'uv. .Major Kerili, ntiSIiiiry atiaclii', his been by Fran- cis In ninkn A on [iiu jKirl of the United ft'.aic.; to that eii- tereil hy the cj( l'ie cntnnle em hassles here tn negotiations for on armistu.'c lielv.-ton Russia Gei- .inany. Tlie :o jiiln the prn- jtcsl onleieil ny the other alHcd due ID the ,fuel it wad based upon tho London ugrtieir.ciiL againpt a .separate lo Am- erica is not a signatory. The Hun Methods Washington, Dec. -npgoti allng with the Cojsheviki regime foi an nrntlstjce anil a separate peace, Jennaii inHllary autliorllics have rc- iiewed their in illsorganlze Hie HuEslan army and inoculate the It us si fin soldiers with Ucrman doc trine. Cable advices today said Echools have been organized In-all the German illvlsons on tbe eastern front Cor the training of men to he sent out among the Hussies. Three noa-com- inlsslonctl officers and ste privates ore drawn from each Uivlsloo. They are choseu with special reference Lo their knowledge of the Hnssinn and Polish languages and are. instructed i-cgaril- ing political conditions in Russia. Peasants1 Proclamaiion 1 PeLrofirai. via Lcndon, Ucc. tisli admiralty per Wireless officially nnnounced Hint the all- conference of peasant itepu- mil toe's as to the trans- fer of lands Ihoir livint; and stock. wiihvuL j.iiiymunt to the admin- istration of the laud anil to defend tornnilUcii any act of repression or violence by repre- sent aiivts of ilie ilepjscd Kerens ky The rcmiminicatlon aikls that the (inference expressed eotifiilenrc Ihai. lie indnslrlal iiCiissintry in (lielr figlit for luml will receive iho energetic su.i- ,idrl of tlic is'iiole army uii'J the labor- ing classes. Bulgaria Will Accept Amsterdam, Dec. has ilcciderl lo upon ncpoliatfuni willi in accordance with her allies nnd lias sent :L reply (o this effect in iho llusslan Soda atrJi 5ays. -This in ih-j llulganaii parllacient by Premier Uaillslov. ELECTED Tho Tngeblalt also proves growing France nnd Great Britain to war dictators, Cotml Von In Hie Xeitung, "Lansdow.'i'j hints that IIQ, is, greatly concerned the situation which might arise In the ovcnt of, (he central, powers succeed Ing ,in arranging separation grounds with Russia without Great Lrllam's arliclpatlon." The Morgen "Ihe docu lent siEntr.'es the beginning or (lie re Ivul common sense in England." OTIC hundred and forty ami the Ublos J Bvonuo, lo Halpli Dcmirco, of formerly ot Drumhellcr, Alia ______ ______. ccl the' vases and trailed the linen, Canrklbra anri gall cliurch the coreniony. Miss Annie Jackson played Hio wed IJII DM i BILII L.UI1I1IU n-llh shaded yollow and while randlM lurlher bnrrled oul the color .chene, The by "cr while mahogaoy. colored, baskela of and fnill ad.lca a yltKilnf touch of con-1 I16, wllh Irasl.' memia which wore hand P'nK-. llor wns of ccgro.-aed bjr Mr. Meech, were moil arllillc. belli ctltnsd H Klilkorfl 6n WcdneiMay, Jforember ISIh, when Mr. W.lllarn jotin Rrtblnlon and Vura Vlrlnn Watnon iTera unllwl In Holy.Wedlock the home o( the brldqM titter. Tho brlrl'o looked chir- mine she enlorcd the' room lennlng- apriTi the arm of hor father who garr. her fiwajr. The hrldo -wni auppotlpj by MIsa Mlrtha Rohlnton sister ot Ihe groortf, wh le Iho groom aiipportetl by Mr. Claud Treailar. Tho ceremony was performed by the Her. B. H. Wlnlleld of foremost, In the preienee of nnnber of TrlendEi and accjuulnlancei. The bride Uic recipient of n large number of very btaoilful and nsedil rreseitt ahowing the high esteem In walch she wai held la tbe community. white bridal rosea. Aflor Ihe cercm6nr i illtlo siomachi .liver and bowels ar clORgcd 'w'llh" vroalo. When cross, In (able, fcvcrtsh, stomach sour, breat had or hA'a stomach ache, diarrhoea sure throat, full of cold, give n lei spoonful of "CalKornla Syrup of F'lga, aitd tn a few hmirs nil the consMjiaU: undigested food nnd sour till gently moves oul of Us little bowel without griping, and you have a playful child again. Mothers can rest easy after glvli thlfl harmlCEB "friLll hccnus It never falls to clp.injc the lilllc ono Yer ftnd and sweeten stomach and they dearly love s has Issued a proclamation to the iliie laboring peaanntTy urging them support loathe utmoal Ihe land com St.'John, N. Dec. F. B. Carvell, minister of'public works, who Is today, receiv- ed word', this afternoon frdfn Woodstock that he had bfcn elect- ed by acclamation for Carletofl- Victoria. His Laurier-Liberal op- ponent, J, E. Porter, has retired. REVOLT ENDED Guayaquil, TJec. revolution- nry movement In Ecuador, It is offici- ally announced, has ended. The [re- bels suffered defeat wherever they ap- peared, and their leader Intriago, ias, been captured. He plticcd In pri- Kon here. Oh! My! That Smells Good! And, madam, you should just the fragrance of crushed .coffee after it is brewed. Arid the flavor of it! Well, you never tasted ground coffee with a flavor just like Red Rose .Coffee- Coffee critics, those who have .travelled far and wide and tasted coffees in .various climes, tell us they never Jlasted triore delicious coffee. Some have ..even we will refrain from printing :such' high praise. We prefer you to try Rose Crashed Coffee without revealing 'anything further as to ,its quality. We don t want to take all the the' store for you try it.. And the same price it was three years ago. Red Rose Coffee pleasant (aite. l-'dll directions for bab- ies, children of all ages and for grown- ujx'ptlnlirt on en'ch bolllc. Bowaro of.counlcrfel( fig syrups. Ask' your druggist for n Imtlle of "California Syrup of then ice (bat It la rnnde by the "California THE LADIES' AID OF WESLEY CHURCH i WfLL HOLD THtJR ANNUAL MZAAR on Wednesday Next, December 5th -InWejIcyHafl They will have (or- tali the uuial wide .isidrtment ot xA and work for Xmas Glfti, and will terve irftemoofl home made candy, etc. The Bazaar opens at three Wednesday, December 5 ;