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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 1017 Tiir. PAfin N'lXK BEGINS TOMORROW MORNING AND CONTINUES TILL CHRISTMAS We have so many suits to tell, to many coats to sell, so many fur neckpieces, mntft and matched sels to jell from now unlil Christmas, and to have no doubt of the absolute clearance of every line have marked for sale this month, we are offering exceptional reduction! in entire stocks for the next three weeks, and women who have put off their buying till now are fortunate indeed in being able to choose from stocks as large as we have had to show during the entire season at prices 10 to 30 per cent leu than regular. 10 to 30 per cent, off Every new suit, every new coat, every new neckpiece, muff and matched set is included in the Christmas Clearance Sale, and you can take your pick 61 the choicest garment of the season at most substantial and genuine savings. per cent, off NOT A LINE W THE STORE BUT IS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES AND YOU CAN SEE AT A GLANCE THE ADVANTAGE OF BUYING AT THIS STORE AND THE EXCEPTIONAL SAVINGS THIS SALE MEANS TO YOU. WE HAVE THE DETAILS FOR YOUR PERSONAL INSPECTION, CONTEN TING OURSELVES WITH A COMPARISON OF THE REGULAR AND SALE PRICES, AND CAN ASSURE YOU THAT QUALITIES IN EVERY INSTANCE ARE THE VERY BEST OBTAINABLE AND VALUES CONSERVATIVELY STATED, EXTRAORDINARY AS THEY APPEAR TO BE. All Our Finest Coats on Sale J35 Veiour Cuats, various colors. Sale price Veiour Coats, Tiriow colors. Sale price Velonr Coab, various colon. Sale price 32.00 Veiour varions colors. -Velonr Coats, Various colon. Sale price Velonr'Coafc; various colors. Sale price For Trimmed Plush Coats. Sale price Fur Trimmed Plush Coats. Sale price 00 Plain Phih Coats. Sale price .'.____ 00 Plain PIuA Coats. Sale price ,00 Heavy Motor Coats. Sale price 20 Per Cent off All coats of every noi fisted in these sale Ibti, leDing as cheap as the others at 20 fer cent of f. Clarke Go. The Store Phone 453 612 Third Ave, S. Great clearance of every suit Including All the Newest Garments up to f Serges, Cheviots, Waists, etc., colors navy, browu. green, burgundy, grey and black, including small, mediuiij and extra large sizes up to 44. Wonderful value in Heavy Coats Medium and dark colors, small and regular sizes to 40. Made ol" ipleiidld quality materials, remarkable values. A whole box full of Coats on sale v Values in this lot up to Newest stylo garments'of the season. Loose or belted. Splendid quality materials, heavy weight slyles for young ladles, 15 to 17. sraiiU. regulai and extrn large women up" to 44.- Christmas Stocks Now on Display An exceptionally fine collection of gift things in neck- wear, handkerchiefs, boudoir caps, silk and lisle hosiery, woolen and kid knit goods, waists, hand bags, fancy linens, silks, dress goodi, kimp'nas, .underskirts, etc. Great Values in Hnest Furs 10 to Per Cent. Finest Ermine Set. Sale price SIOO.0'0 Poinjted Fox Set. Sale price Black Fox Set. Sale price Black Fox Set. Sale 557.00 Natural Wolf Set: Sale price. Natural Wolf Set. Sale price f f Natural Coon Sat. Salu -.11. .price... Ull .Hudson Seal Set Sale price Taupe Thibet Set. Sale price Japanese Fox Set. Sale price Black Oppossum Set. Sale price Blacjt Rat Set Sale- price'; :._ Children's White Thibet and Grey Thibet Sets, Tsri 57.00 to 15.00, all selling at 10 per cent off. regular at Clarke Co. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 612 Third Ave. S. M AND Meetings Held By, Candidate Were Very Enthusiastic and', Encouraging Grassy Lake, Dec. A..Duch- union here -le- nient together with Dr.' 6. mnd held a fine nicetlng In Perry's lltll. Mr. Buchanan Is greatly, .en- couraged by Ihe almost unanimous support which Is being Worded'him along the line between Lcthbr.'tfgc and How Island. At Darnweii (his aflor- ndon In tbe fine new consolidated school honss a' ffloeltng of 30 rcpre- lonlatlvo -farmers ot this prosperous district was held. Jlr. L. Peterson presldeil. Mr. ll'jchnnan and Dr.. fipokc. The annlenco was very Interested anil very sympathetic to tbo cau30 of union government as It was explained. At'Grassy Lake, In spile of Iho cold weather, Perry's hall wai lined, to capacity. In Ihe chair waj Wm. Sal- vage, ono oE the strong Conservatives o( the..district and'-On'lhc nlalform with him ivas'H. .McLa'c'hlan, a staunch Liberal. The meeting was enthusias- tic.all Ihrough and Ihe three rousing Iho'candldaVo Indicated-thai Grassy'LaVtTwould on December f7th return practically a solid union vole. P.ROPOSES PROHIbfTION Washington, Dec. live Randall of California today Inlro-i ducod a constitutional amendment to prohibit the manufacture of ony' al- coholic- :bovcr'aga except for certain restricted purposes dr.rlng, the war arid to empower the president lo pur- chase liquor now Jn ware- houses or.slocks, The amendment Is i- part .of, the Icpslrulon plans for Uifs session, .Ifr. Randall cold. SEVEN CONVICTS RETAKEN Joltct, Dec. of tho Ihlrlcen convlcle who escaped from Geo. Vnllance Dies of Wounds and His Brother is Wounded J. T. J. Variance, city sanitary In- spector, received the sad Intelligence this morning that his'brollier Sergt. Qcorge Vflllanco had been Bounded on-Nov. 6th, dying from his wounds on Iho Gth, while another brother Sid, was gassed and burned on .Nov. 51h. Both boys were well known in Leth- bridge. Sorgt. Deo. Vallance having b'een employed for a year a( the Pion- eer Lumber Co, here, later going "lo 1'lncher Creek and Ihence to the coast tfhere-he enlisted with a Pioneer bsl- lallon. ;1M "SWEET CLOVER" BRAND HAM Sued ts twvc iiwrp longtd nVild, just ,njht. Rol wUt Hw-it1, men V-..TJFS TSSK m vOfnW IM. :-V was chief Instructor nl the Canadian school of sicnography al llalh for two years wllh Iho rank of Quartermaster Sergeant but revcrlcd to the rinV of rrivale 16 go across lo France. OyHOOK FOR PEACE Maisic Bowman; 4, Mrs. Carbeiry; 2. Jlre. 2, Miss Wilson j -4, Mrs. Anderson; 3, Mrs. Maynnrd; 1, Mrs. Fnre.eman; .13, Mrs. 'J, lira. H. Taylor; 7, Mrs. Cub.hlneb.3m; 3, Mrs. nnd Miss Hardy; -I, jllss Smith; 2, 3, Mrs. PllVlado; 20, lira. Jas. Horn; 1, Jllss Mackenzie; 12. "Misses 1, 5Iis3 McKayl; 2, Separate 5, Jllss Fisher; Jllss -2, Air.-and Mrs. David Shand of Stockholm, Dec. man, secretary, of the Soclallil Inter- aatlonale, la now In Oolhenbnrg; ic- cording to an Interview printed In the Allan Tldnlnsnn. deplores In Russia as making the peace outlook darker. Even If Ocrmnny conW with- draw >ll her troops In-Ihe eastern front, he says, she would lack the material suiierlorlly necessary (o' over- come the resistance of Ihe illln; concludes, Ihe war Us likely to Ire prolonged for months' of the recent happening- In Hoi- M. HuvBman, who Is on his war to Is Iho bearer of p 'porl1 to the Dutch ScandliiaTlan' torn' mlrtm regarding German alrAcltlei In- Scroll ird'rlecuretf, tbi Atlori THntnftii the report b) It wnM K cry of IndbjnaUMI 'trim' the wwW, bridge, Alia., arc visiting the coisl Sun. The Sir Alexander Oalt Chapter I. 0. D. E. are entertaining tiie soldiers' widows and orphans al the War Vet- erans rooms on Monday afternoon, December 24lb. It will greatly asslsl the coratnlllee In charge It Ihoao sending articles for the "Inet minute sale" will send Ihun) lo Mrs. Klrkhsm, 31C 13th St. S., nol later than Friday noon. A mass meeting of nil soldiers wives, moluers and sisters entitled lo vote, will be held In the Y. M. C. A. auditorium on Wednesday evening al 8 o'clock. Addresses from somo of Ihc relumed veterans. Mrs. J. A. Jackson, convenor of- the refreshment committee of Ihe Sir Al- exander Quit Chapter 1. 0, D. K. wishes to thank all the ladles who so kindly helped yesterday !o mako tho luncheon for the Duks'Of B success. 'rne attention of Ihc public N Mil ed Ihe lecture1 on snllor llto to be given In Iho Central school auditorium Tbe musical seclion of theMa'thesIs Club will meel at'the home-of Sirs. SIlss-McElroy; i, Jlrs. Uarrowm'an; 1, Mrs. Guilbault; 3, Miss Cocbranc; 1. LMiss Nesbltl; 2, Mrs. Lulz; 2, Jllss at nnd .Mrs. A. S. Bullork and Mr. I Bullo Miss McKelvle; 2. Mrs. Whiduingloii; 1. Mrs. Moore; names. 2, Mrs. 0, FJcel- E. K. Bullock of Lctkurldse, Alta., 2G1, Central; have arrived to spend a holiday oalbrailh. llen- Iting Vancouver nnil oilier _ coast ,icrsol, Total No. Pairs, 150. Will Dally Sun. knitters kindly put their names on i socks as they nro still coining In wllli- The regular meeting of the Mapfclout names. Leaf Chapter No. 7, O. K. will be j held tonight In Iho-Masonle liall al S o'clock sharp, All members are d lo attend an the election of officers for 13IS will lake place. There will be a rneellng of Ihe wo'm iellng i in JEWISH ,N'ow York, Dec. .....by en In North Ward in liall I country begun here tcJhy for Uio lomorron- nftcraoon ol 3 o'clock. Mr. Iniiritowof turtharlng Ilia movement Palestine convention, Jowisli rabbis from all parts of Buchanan will address__lhc meellng on Ihe clccllon from Ihc "woman's stand- The ladln.1 'of the Sir Alexander (Jail Chapter had a successful afternoon nl the lea on Salurrlay. Mrs. J. 0. Hob- crlBon, and Mrs. Gco. Hoblnson, Ihe convenors, wore assisted by .Mrs. l.ay.- lon, Mrs. Oalbrallli, Miss Droulc and 'Mlas O'llagan. t There were about sixty couples in al the Basketball Club Vancouver, C. K C., aiTtlrcssIng (he Progressive Liberal. Association last nigbl, declared ,tba' conscription was nothing bul a louc on [I fierce election cry. "There liitcn'tion of bavins'conscription 'pii Canada and- there never dc clarcd 5Ir. and' lie e'xpresscc the opinion thai after the election? nothing furtber be beard oc consKrlptton, which, he said, would hav.e llio game [ate as nillonal. ser- vice. RECORD "in rdnsoitince with the declaration of Great Britain (rive-ring' the cstajillsh- menl of a Jewish homeland" In Pal- esllnc. In coniiecllon wllb Uio con- vonllon mass meetings In many Ryu- agoguea will be held ton'ght, Tho con veil lion Is held under 'fhe auspices of (he Jewish Ministers As- sociation anil the provisional execu- tive committee for general'Zionist's affnlrs'. Montreal, Dec. re- lurns of Ihc Canadian Pacfflt Rallwaj gross earnings for No'vembe'r' tliBl i neu' 'liigh record for any moult In Iho company's history lias been es tabllihed. The weekly statement toi November gives a gross ot 5H.342.0W, and H is probable, when Hie mutli art.' juslmcnts arc carried the month- ly slaleniciil will top by a good margin. The previous record fpi a month was YOUCftNDOBETTER- DRY MEMS WEAR. BOOTS b SHOES NORTH LETHBRIDCE tomorrow evening hy Alfred Hall. Tbo masquerade ilanrc last evening, acil f R number of very good costume's were In evidence, A five piece orcheslra (urntoned excellent miufc nnd re- ware irircnj late fn the evening. A splendid "good lime1' was enjoyed'by ill. -..I The'Sir Alexander (Isll Chilian I, 0. D. B. ncXnowlei'r.j Iho following knitting of SJldlern: crjm-1 forls for October nnd November, Socks, 6, Jlrs. Dcvlna; 2, Mrs.! Scott; 7, Mfsj Dlngwell; 2, Miss Me-1 2, Mrs, Mlley, Warner; Wilson; 2, Mrs. Miss Biiwdcn; 1, Dorothy Kennedy and Aljopn Weddlngton; 1. Mrs. akiah; i, Jas. Davlcs; 4, Jlrs. 31rs.'Pennefatlicr; 4, Mrs. Morrfii; 3. Mrs. Campbell; 2, Miss Philips; 4, Mrs. Tllle; 6, .'amea, I'sTd'rtllle; 12, Hn, t, Ma. MfSs; i, Mitt; will bo IliuBlraled by splendid lantern slides and Is given under the of the Sir Alexander Oalt chapter of the I. 0. b. B. Collection In Aid of the funds of the chapter. 'Mr. Theodor Fossura who hm stud- ied In Berlin with and In Purls with Morltz MOazkowikr, will appcir In recital tonight it the S. 0. B, ball, assisted by Mrs. Fojsnm, t pupil of Francisco iVAorls Bnu bon IJowlher, ind by Mr, Klllagson, a former realdenl ot LelhbrkUrt, now of On Monday, pec. 3rd, tt (he fiaptfll llftker official-