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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta OKCKMBEU 6, 1017 THE LE'nmmnr.K IUII.Y HF.IUI.O v p NINB Ladies Silk Dresses Odd Vests for s 35c WE ARE CUTTING THINGS WIDE OF ARTICLES NOT ADVERTISED the mair} evidence of our big" suit values is the number of satisfied customers who have purchased suits during this sale. We have just transferred from-our warerooms another big lot of these all tp meet their low price fate. and fancy Priced up "from :.ii SWEATERS" About.three dozen make up the .en-, lire lot with a good assortment of sizes and shades. Priced low for a quick clearance at Overcoats CHAMOIS have been looking fdr this coat many a time but (ell you could not afford it, so we have reduced this coat to fit any man's purse. Lined throughout with soft chamois skins, has a heavy shell beaver covering with deep fur col- lar. A coat today easily worth Close out price Men's Fine soft quality of snow white lawn with quarter inch hem. Extra 'special value at 3 for 25c MEN'S FLANNEL f SHIRTS In soft wool cloth, made with reversible collar, has patch pocket abd made roomy. Exidly worth to- Close out price Women's Silk S Gloves just the proper glove for street wear, all double silk, making them warm and in grey, white and black; Sizes 6 to 8. Close.out prite MEN'S FLEECE. ForMfie man' who cannot.' wear wool underwear, here is a genuine snap. Penman's fine soft combin- ations with sanitary fleece, m mostly all sizes. Closing out at MEN'S WORK SHIRTS Nothing but a close of- this nature would offer the working man such an inducement. "Black sateen stripe shirting and plain Ox- fords. Close out price 95c Ladies9 Suits -MM'.. i f .f i. we talk half price on garments like these it should atlract every 'lady in Lethbridge. Some of these materials are hard to procure today, whiJi makes the value doubly aiiracfive..-They consist of serges, tweeds, fancy g'oiit at'' Ladies' Underskirts Made fancy, with good deep Material .is of black twill sateen, .highly mercerised 'and very soft in :texture. A dandyi.underskirt easily worth Close price 1.-0S Almost a Gift v And remember is not far distant when you will pay twice ,the price for. these .garments. weave is.representedjin this lot, tweeds, velours, plush and heavy blank'et cloths wilh the new deep collars. in these coats could duplicated today m Western Canada. There is plenty td 'choose Close-out price', Austria is teace Amsterdam, Dec. tlispnloi re- -Invitation into .n< 'Celved Ifom Vienna quotes' Emperor .Ciiarlca of Austria-Hungary as saying ;in an a'ldrcs? to an Aiistro-Gcrman 'del; Ration that the. dual monarchj' la ready at any lime conclude n peace guarantee the integrity ot ,1hn monarchy: He added, however, Hut Ills country would not cease fight- until Us enemies renounced their IiiloirUone of dismembering II. "Tlic glorious pncccssea of our vlc-- anil tW daring ol our said Emperor Charles, "III! us Avllh palriotic pride. After a glorious idrsfencc of our position, we arc now as ;bcfore, ready to conclude a (nvornblg ijieacc "wliU'li Ruaranlcc.i the existence. nn-J Integrity of Ihc .monarchy. "GulJcd th.E Idea we .greeted ivlt.t joyful K.'itlsfjicdon the noble- jninilcfl intervention o[ Ihc .toons apd In the fntiiro neglect Lo cut] as as costly struggle eront Rii'crltlcc tho wnr lia' :0'1 anil Is causing1. "In tho spirit of those fnlcullons our lias declared rcaillncss accept the decl Ilusgl -FOUR KILLED Rochester, N. Y., Dec. Four men were killed and two Berloualy Injured last night when Brio-train No. bound for .'York ran'.in to li freight al the dead: C- TV. Best, engin- eer; A- O'Connor, arc tlevDlopmcnt Ian allied Ottoman craplro." ctoaely L. Springaltfad, conductor, ot fr 4 for H generar ge'aCT. May th'o blessings of the upon' this work- for peace andfjeslore- Jhe; peoples ot Earopo to v Elate "'.'of- reconciliation mutual .IfUet. 7r'" "Tho HuasliiT .people. _., _______.......... tho first of who are ready G. to respond lo peace appeal, may _ _ Ira sure that we sincerely deolre lo rcslore-.our former-friendly relations tvith'them. '.'On Lhe other hand, we must regard H duly not to'lay down the a word which plunder-seeking and rap- ftclous neighbors forced Into out- hand unlll bur.enemies unequivocally havu rfh'avdwcd thefrMiBd'pntni of alsmcra- bermc'iU and oppression. "We will romflln tha masters In our DM a house. Our alliance wllh Ihe GET- man empire has Iwen gloriously siren- gllicrieil Tjy oiir victorious march south- ward, The mcst cordial nnd fraternal relations hind ufl to Ihe progressive Unitarian people. I confidently hope n period ot fresh proapflrlty. anrl sec- all rom viir-wn orn-siMm'Ti _Dec.. the ININU.S.1SB and the government were acting, iti unity wilh the sentiments expressed by the pariy.leaders in con- fidential discussions carried on in the main committee and with Count Von llio Imperial rJiancellor, ant] Dr. Von Kuehlmann, the foreign set- rclary. v llerr Erzbcrgcr added that tfcerc was 3ulislkr4inl evidence thai Hie rerehslag anil llic Kovcrnineat were working in Die conrtirrence a'usplccB of Irte Pinchcr Crec'fc Local j and (hat parKamcnt had bccti elvcn an Council, of j acllvn voice In snnplng, the Rovern- gave a moat, ad- rnenl's peace policy. on' tlie "Conservation of in the Framap half on Salur'day last, Undoubtedly the unfavorable weather caused a "disnpjialnlmenl to 'nmny, AS the attendance was not at all up lo expectations. Mrs. rCcwbnll's niuch appreciated'by those'who weathered (he many facls learned, and new Ideas garnered along the line of one of the ercat prbhlcina I now confronUog tlic con'sclenMotrs' wo-f njca orilje iplloft. Ncw YorV- Dcc .-j Mnnol mlc committee will liqfore long liavcj much longer to aid the en m. BEAU IH PEACE rxjnilnn. Dec. Tho Installment ol L-.if.t clocmr.cnts inndo puhHc on Tucs' a Ity Iiohhcvlki minister, linR. lo a Pclrpgrad dcepatcli lo Daily afnll, n from M. Xabofott. 'in Iximlon, (o foreign Miif.lalcr'.Ttr- fi, "wliich begins fxiih Ae n-ords: secrcst. Only Tor I lio'toff harl ins of the iDlcKram tnllmntca that M. Xa- InTormcd a spcclnl meet- of Krntice, two allcrnaUvts, oHher to IcaVe Ihe Gorman Inquiry unanswered of lo "re- ply very not to.reply would hare BITCH the .German govern-, menl nn use Ihe acllon a: iplrlli of the Cerman people and itrengibtnlns (Icrraanr'i poslllon In addllion to In- creasing the agitation la.. Therefore, IKO -British 'loyernmcnt. Ihe do.cumpnlS H, xouV.t he reniiy to recelVtthi communication whlclf tho Oenruin gOTernmenl (alt Itself able lo respoclfnil pyce and would consMer Ihu miller In cofijunc- Hqn with (lifil'llie amlasaadon fit alfcutslnt Ilia wllh A. J. tulfour'; ttie Itrllleli foreign mlnlBter, cime lo conclu- sion thit I his was by Foreign Minister Von Kaehlmami to Atttw nlfles-loto net sail 11 was delermlned thM no clrcujm- llic Ilnllcd Slnlea anil Japan lie hail received InTorninllon from lo lliu clfccl Uiai R Wehty P'ac- pcrsnnaffc in'Firrlln hatl n wish to iho 'Sjidnlsh; nrahassnilor in cjiter inta peace negotiations. iTlin. Spanlsli BoVOTnmcnt, !iowovor, il nnl nr.derlal'.o mcdlnllon and c Bent the British cftsc In Ihc draft ren I Ion between tho United nnd 'flrCQt IJrllaln whereby tion rriny dtnlt Its cltfzena rcaldBnf.In the oilier nation's country. the new.draft Arc cflllon of must be submitted lo Ihe United Stales approTal. There la a friendly tercnco of opinion on ,sorefal v "fe'iierflf Crowder, In of the American draft, claims all atlCrnoDn, ..-..u the Delfelum terf-room, Mrs. J. J. Scotl Very ably pointed .out why nil women parTy'cn'i lmiijieE, this supreme Issnc my position la yLhls, lhat when it conies to n decision Tor me between (lie fortunes political pjrly lo which 1 belong anil the fortunes of Mi Canadian nation, In was' horn, and- my '-.wife was born) and to ivhlch Lhavn sworn allegiance, my bpsl' frJcna, my frfenda anil.my political Iriernla, nor any other consideration must weigh ivl.h me in 4-1 ih my ctfuslaeratlou 'for the nallon to which.I helong." In these tvords Hon. Tlionras II Johnson, Manitoba attorney general, explained his lo n galhor o! IcctonrtJL, olcr.torfi at Lumlar, in speaking In the Intf.rcsta of union Kovcrnnicnl. _ This the first public incctln which Mr. Johnaoo has addressed 111 the election campaign1, born In sion be said: "This 13 a question of ihn most en crpr.Lic problem of thi war at In.is time .113 against the other method posed Sir ?ris.i lie Iiad been our bal.it Is his misfortune that he Is not. llui wt must ilf our duty. I have assured aucl I am ffoing to assure my people.will do their duty by our people, hy Canada, and.by the bora in trenches on December n cpuaMcr the present election oiia of the irjosl cnlfcal pcrluils of c In this of the nn It meant IJ.iron Afcgnfn said 'Japan has "nt- 'FINLAND NEEDS FOOD London, Dec. number ot Fin- nish foofl Issuer! through the Swedish press, appeals the Scandinavian countries for help, nc rOrdlng (o an Exchange Telegraph dispatch from "Ccnenhigen. They sa j llic fiiualion Is Fin- land Is Una bio to save arid thai tlrcusancla of families nnrsl ptarrfr-un lew help artivea soon. -H Is.repprled from Unpar'amla, Ihe dlspalcheg addiJ, liiat Iluaglan soldier organizations JIRTC Iftrge Quantities of food and have completely cut Imports from Russia Into Flnlind. IKHIUH .lULUUJIIJiJllttllLHl to me njlll'J their Ikes lo ilo ovoryl ling lif tlic r ,UrocUj. or laamHy lo ne Mtcnl o[ power to sond .with llic possIMp floliy lo our Eallant Aftor'Mrs. -Smll's address a .Wom- en's I'Tilon aauoclp.llpn ,iva3; formed. wlUi ofllcerft as follows: i'res., Mrs. 1. J, Scott; vlcc-prea., Mrs.' A, mon who hnre (iken out first nator- i socrolary, .Mrs, II. K. Dilution paiisrs. govern- -.committees, Jlrs. II. Hyilo, nlent on, the othir urges S Si. Illnlon, Mrs'-Cornell, Mrs. Iheio meii itfil British nnd I- V, Miller, lira. A. IJosserilicrry, 5jr3. be subject to Ihe British Jrnd when Mrs. becomes In tho canes of Brt c-Pf llgh-Cnnadldna llrlni In (be United Stales. point of difference li tfcc .pronoillfon, -Americans nre.drvTt-L fined itself (6. stallnS llial fnct. llav wna ucicrinincu nnuvr iiu Btaficc woulil ot 21 ale, at IMM tmill tre tof H, ind coiuldered coHeMrtfj. In 4 Iwrcr. 20 And 34. cipecltd llwl (ffanlhf will bcfori Iho SUPPORTS LIBUtAL I lultrnnlonM dnfl srranBcmcnta t're Hcslnn, Suk.') R. ccmjiletad tod meanwhile etefy Molhern-ell, of fa effort will be raids llio Brlll.ih billed for in the Reglna. rfcrulllni Inliglons In allrn- (cdoral MSI on of oltle ToliinlMrinf. Alderman MJcUelli, LJtwrtl tabor on-' Prior lo Iho In tkf Brittok '_' (as Krzbcrger, loader ot.t'uc Clcrlral A'iy ttini while the relc.hstag had nil- Doii'oll, Jllcli., Det. long o( plols was recKert loday by VInilcil Slatca District Allorncy Kfn- rioiio, hi his opening slp.lemenl to (he Jury al the Irlnl of Albert 0. Knit- pclinUUt anit'lfro other person? chaffi- CL! with consplrhcy. Klnnnc claimed ho'would Inlroduco ovldcnco. lo Ihal (he defcnrlanl3 fll rneetlnffa In Delrojl and .otlior cities, conspired ,to destroy iimnltlohs plants and rallroacfa projicrly In Canada. Klnnanu ilntlarcd he would olftr testimony tbal irouHl Kail- ichmldt wlUi hating admlltcil ho w'ja nn aljetit of (he Ocriuan HOUSE SACRIFICE .SIX RIVEHVIEW. GAS INSTAL- LED. TWO HUNDRED COLLARS JUST EXPENDED ON PAINT- mo., Special Price for a Fw Ilonfisllj- more. Thfi house me cJiplalli. FRANK WADDINGTON ;