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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE rvETHRRinflK HKRAT.n THimSIJA 7, 1010 e s of our Extraordinary Cut Price Sale on Good Clothes IS STIII SIIPRFMF IkJ O 1 IJLJLj VALUES We Are PROUD To HAVE Bear OUR NAME "THE MEN WHO CAME BACK Ladles' Section An Extraordinary Sale of Women's Suits The season's smartest and most serviceable mudels. Suits that satisfy your every demand. 78 suits all told. There are. included full ripple and belted effects with convertible collars. Some enriched with rlr.h trimming of velvet braid and fur. Guaranteed silk lining. Materials are serges, cheviots and tweed mixtures. Every garment offered Is a fitting example why it pays to select your suit at this sale. Regular to SALE PRICE Regular to 28.50 SAW PRICE to SALE PRICE Coats for Women and Misses Faithful reproductions of the finest creations produced this season. Charming in their style ind embodying the delightful dash of excluslveness peculiar to The Royal Store. Authoritative fabrics in all wanted shades. in the regular price far more than we are asking. In order to clear a certain quantity we have put an extraordinary cut price for seven days. Regular to SALE PRICE Regular to 27.50 SALE PRICE RETURNED FOR ONE OF THESE MARVELLOUS SUITS AND OVERCOATS for for We Could Not Re-order Them Now to Sell for so "Little. The reputation of these Clothes will be firmly upheld You take no risk when you wear our clothes, even during critical conditions like the present. Hub standard is maintained and carefully guarded. Our clothes never fear comparison. IN POINT OF VALUE STYLE AND COMPREHEN- SIVE ASSORTMENT WE STAND 'SECOND TO NONE' SATURDAY ONLY FRIDAY SATURDAY ONLY SOUTHARD BLOCK SOUTHARD BLOCK ports of labor hostility are exaggerat- ed. Some go so far ac to sav the position that Labor! tes will finally adopt toward the new premier as is yet unknown outside their own cau- cus, and may not yet have been de- cided upon. Figuring en New Cabinet London, Dec, been de- cided that David Lloyd-George, will undertake formation of the new min- istry, political circles today were in- terested chiefly in the of the cabinet and prospects of the new jr OL getting together a combina- tion that will have the support of a majority in the House of Commons. Few, if any, of the liberal members of Mr. AstiU'.th's cabinet are likely to I Under the circumstances It is lie- accept office under Lloyd-George, and lievod the construction of the cab- some of the Unionist members like inet will be only a matter of a day or so and that by Monday the new gov- ernment will liieet in the house of commons to learn what manner of leception will be accorded it. Test of its strencth be made on the vote o! credit, which must be moved j immediately. Today's session in the House of Commons was expected to be a form- al one, 'it being doubtful whether any i of the ministers would put in an ap-! some of the Unionist members like J. Austin Chamberlain and Lord Robert j Cecil arc likely to stand aside. How- ever, it is assumed that at the confer- euce at Buckingham Palace, they (CONTINUED fKQM FRONT PAGE) assured the new premier of their ben- eyolent neutrality thus making nil task much simpler. Asquiih Shows Signs of Strain London, Dec. to per- sons who witnessed Mr. Asiiuith's de parture from the Palace yesterday he i presented a worn and grave appear j anee. The war has left unmistakable marks upon his Vigorous frame and Labor Agrees to Join London; Dec. is regarded this as virtually, certain that features, but today there was some- j David Lloyd George will succeed in i thirjj more, a tinge of weariness organizing a ministry which will have physical as well as mental. Usually! the support of the majority in the reserved and singularly house of commons. The labor party he betrayed signs of strain. The ar- i has decided to participate in making rival of Mr, Asquith at the Palace and j up the new cabinet. It is said George his departure passed almost unnoticed Nicholl Barnes, labor member of par- To Pay. Tax-ies Judge Ives Makes District Pay Damages Supreme Court by people watching near the gates. Give Government Fair Chance liament for Black-Friars division I Glasgow, and privy councillor, (Bnerlal to Macleod. Dec. civil sittings of the Supreme Court onened at Man- Jeod on Tuesday, the 5th of December with the Hon. Mr.. Justice Ives presid- ing. The first case tried was the suit of Mrs. Ruble T. Vroom against When Bilious, Headachy, Sick, for Sour Stomach, Bad Breath, Bad Colds. A Slander Action Next followed, a slander action by Solomon Angell. a farmer living noar Mud Lake against his neighbor and 'irother-in-law, Charles E. Raymond, vhom he accused of telling the neigh- bors that he. Angell, was a horse thief. H appears that the plaintiff and the 'efendant had known each other for 27 years and had had difficulties IS eii into the house and taken, under with regard to Raymond's stock get- According to one estimate Lloyd aiming at a cabinet of. 12 members, distrega, practically all .the furniture ting mired in the plaintiff's mud hole George can re y on the support of vir- five of them Liberals the nonBe for scllool tases owlllg Md thls had boen the cause of the tually all minniqt members and of, and two labor i---------- 70 Liberals and hoses to obtain back-! this number a si lag of labor .members, who will come be appointed. or ten days when they were re- been sufficiently accommodating to to a final, decision at a mestiag to-. Lloyd George's difficulty at present; turned, after legal proceedings had his brother-in-law to allow Angell to is to obtain adequate Liberal repre- j taken by the plaintiff, much the have the defendant's brand placed horses not to be delivered at the time about the plaintiff, making in all ?45 but later on. The note at the same time had noted upon it a.mem- orandum to the" effect that it was given conditional to the bill of sale. The plaintiff sued on the ?1200 note and the defendant pleaded that it had been paid by the delivery of the horses and coats. The plaintiff's solicitor was Mr. Jos. Hicks and the defendant was repre- Rented by Mr. J. L. Fawcett. Court "then adjourned till Friday morning, the 8th., O whole issue.between the parties RETURNS TO GERMANY whether the plaintiff had actually New York, Dec. the horses omot. The plaintiff swore ador Gerard, lm'tMl Steles that he had never received the horses minister to .'Germany, Bailed on mentioned in the bill of sale and the the Frederick VII. at 2 p. at. defendant swore that he had delivered today. He was accompanied them to the pl.iintlli. On the hearing of the evidence' the presiding justice came to the conclusion that the plain- tiff had received delivery of the hor- ses and that the note was thereby paid. Judgment was given for the 'iff for ?90 for some other items be- tween the parties and the plaintiff was assessed the costs of the defence. by his'Wife' 4. A WEDDING AT PINCHER CREEK (Prom Our Own Correspondont) Pincher Creek, Dec. (J. A quiet wedding was solemnized at the1 manse by the Rev. Wright on Tuesday even- Ing of this week. When Miss Clara Cross of Edinburgh, Scotland, became the bride of 'William Bremner of Pin- The 'bride was attended by -AlisslMary'V. while Mr. Dav- id Bqwen supported the groom. J. K. Kenyformer speaker of tbe Canadian Senate, is 'dead at Toronto. He had been an active Lib-' eral all his life. There are now 13 vacancies In the senate. represeatatives. From school district, the defendant, and death of one ot Raymond's cows. Pre- imall war council is tOj thaj. had retained the chattels for vlous to this, however, Raymond had day. It is also represented that Lloyd sentation Inasmuch as nearly all the Get a 10-cent box. Take a Cascaret tonight to cleanse George believes he will be able to Liberals 'in Mr. Asquit.h's cabinet are your Liver, Stomach and Bowels, and concessions to the Nationalists, declining to serye under him. How- ycu will surely t'eel great by morning, .which will bring them into power. was decided .at a meeting of You men and women who have head-! As tar as the cabinet Is eoncern__, _. _...... .._ ache, coated tongue, a bad cold, are' the new premier has the nucleus in i der the chairmanship of Sir jFrederlck tne seizure being-made in. June 1816. brinus, nervous, upset, bothered with; a sick, gassy, disordered stomach, or 1 have backache and feel all worn out. Edward .Carson, while Baron Reading, Are you keeping your bowels clean i Lord Chief Justice, is likely to join worse for being exposed to the weath- upon some of the-plaintiff's horses to er and otherwise :damaged. It was keep them from being lost, as thr shown that the husband of the plain-1plaintiff h'ad'ho his-own am tiff was a soldier overseas and the-the defendant' conceiveil fiin juu Jiuut uuvrult) Cmiill with merely forcing a passageway every few days with salts, j cathartic pills or castor oil? i Cascarets immediately cleanse and regulate the stomach, remove the sour undigested and fermenting food and foul gases; take the excess bile from the liver and carry off the constipated waste matter and poison from the howels. i Remember, a Cascaret tonight will' straighten you out by morning. A 10-. cent box from your druggist means the ministry. Other Liberal members may be drawn .from men such as Sir Freder- the Liberal war held taxes.owing, were those for 1016; the idea of nsing the fact of his brand being upon the plaintiff's horses to .compel the plaintiff to come to a snt.tin- ment about the loss of the defendant's Soldiers'Moratorium act and assessed j cow. The plaintiff, however, repudl- A. Bonar Law, Derby, Lord Cur- Cawley and attended by thirty mem-j The judge found the seizure unjuatif- zon, Sir Frederick E. Smith, and Sir hers to support the new premier jn Yjew 0{ tne provisions of the actively, The labor parliamentary party adopted a resolution expressing tbe hope that "In this supreme, crisis an endeavor, will be made by the new ick Cawley, member of the House of government to settle the Irish ques- Commons .from Prestwieh division of, tion and bring about the widest mea- damages to the plaintiff at and costs. The next case started oir Tuesday was the case of E. Upper and R. ated the responsibility for the cow and; sold the horses without venting the defendant's brand. It appears that the defendant was much annoyed-by C. Upper against Joseph Q. action of the plaintiff and told and Mrs. Hodge. The evidence show- some of his neighbors that an soon as Lancashire, and Sir George of co-operation of all forces and Jed that the parties had had numerous he could get time ho was going to uyA Hum- jutl, ul healthy bowel action; a .clear .head land Coionel Winston Churchill, form- sina cheerfulness for months. Don't or first lord of the IB elat- Joruet the: ed for a high office. member from Eccles division of Laa-1 energies of the. nation and the era- cashlre. although the public has heard little of done effici- ent woFk, on committees. Christo- pher Addison, parliamentary secretary for munitions, is almost cer. tain to have a place In the cabinet NO ATROCITIES Washington, Dec. men in Chihuahua City are.reported safe 'and were undisturbed by., the .Villa forces. Because of this report the state dopaHment; suggests that stor- ies 'of atrdcitios are exaggerated. horse deals and that at one time in have the plaintiff arrested for selling November 1912, the parties had agreed horses with tils brand on them, and that the defendants- owed the plain- some of the evidence showed that ho tiffs the sum of about and three used tho word "thief" with reference notes were given amount, one At tho same from covering this to the action. of the plaintiff in so do- wasr fpr Ing. His Lordship :wr.s of the opinion UnieJ'the bought that Uie defendant's language not .eiiuants- number 'rof justified and defendant hi; horses', ftfioy tbok bill ofidamageH for. tho anjpu'nt for; aalc front the the I nelgUb'or'that ho had in iked to Winter Excursions Low Round Trit Fares TICKETS ON SALE DAILY, DECEMBER TO TORONTO, HAMILTON, LONDON, WIND' KINGSTON, MONTREAL, QUEBEC, ST. JOHN, Ali Points in Eastern Final Return Limit THREE MONTHS from cial To Atlantic Seaports in connection with ocean Steamship Lines to the OLD COUNTR Final Return Limit FIVE MONTHS from date Also to St. Paul, Minneapolis, Cedar Rapids, Chic; Bluffs. Des Moines, Dubuque, Fort Dodge, Kansas Cit United States Po Final Return Limit THREE MONTHS from date 01 To Vancouver, Victoria New Westminster Tickets on Sale December to 9th, 1916. January Sth to 13th and February 5th to 10th, 1917 Final Return Limit April 301h, 1917. Fov full information apply to. any Canadian Pacific Ticket Agsm write, R. OAWSPN, District Passenger Agent, Calgary. ;