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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta P.'.GE FRIDAY, DECEMBEH 10, 102ff Bert Kester's Men's Shop r.hoae. usme is Mentioned for tho high- est judicial position of the Dominion. CRAWFORD ISN'T LIKED IN EAST Whole Question Slay .-Be Re-i f erred Hack to Council For More InformaSion GENEVA, Dec. Is possible the-; co'miuIUee on' mandates will not re-' port at this meeting'of .of the'League of Nations. 'Members of the committee have indicated It Is' their vies- that It sicesfary to refer -the- whole question of mandates.back to the council of the leagua to ohtaUi further Information from the supremo allltyl council regarding thie phase of. the work ot the organisation. When the' assembly met this mora-j lag it proceeded to the election of aj-. vice-president lo succeed Honorlo, head of the delegation, who withdrew with his col- leagues from tbeiassenibly'hcarly: a TTQOk ago.. 'Tno program .today con- templated the the as- consideration5 of'the report of 'the 'committee on technical organ- itation This body rscpmmended that the present internstioual health 1 organisation be incorporaled'.in a.cpni- mission under'the auspices.- of the 1 league. I Ml V Louisville, Ky., Started Rumor L George Shot TORONTO, Dec. Canadian early this morning ru- 'tnors abroad in" Toronto other cities American contin- ent that Premier Llojd George had been shot at, and ihe till at daylight, it wai told on the streets nnd thtt thcr -British premier was Tho Associated fully investi- gated the matter-by direct cable, re- ported; there was no: such -news in England aud the supposition Is that (fie'Story, had on this sice .of the Atlantic. So far as can be as- .certalned it '-.was'', first mentioned in LoiusvHle, Kentucky. Dec was greatly surprised at the intense feeling pre- valent .'against 'tbo Self-Dctermlna- tion for Ireland League in the eastern provinces- and. towns, especially In Moncton. and Eredericion, said Rev. K. Paliuer, ou returning to Ottawa after an.extensive tour of the i Dominion in connection with his In- vestigations of tho trend of genera! opinion .regarding tlia .Irish question In CanEda As a member of the "Third Lodge1, of Ireland, City ot an organization patronized by ail, the leading businessmen in that city, "Mr Palmer recently-baa been Icunnp Canada for the" purp'o'se qi securing information, which, It is be- lieved, will eventually be'brought be- fore the British government in Lon- don; "Mr Crawford arrested for sedition if he ever visits Fredericioa said Rev. Mr. Palmer. DAUPHIN MAN FATALLY SHOT DU'PHIN CONFERENCE AT OTTAWA ABOUT' s UNEMPLOYMENT OTTAWA, Dec Canadian conference on the mn-Ti- nlovment situation between the prime minister arid other members 01 tiie cabinet and representatives of .the Dtc Veterans' association, has DAUPHIN, Man Piiest of Gramhiew was found ThurE "rang-d tor tomorrow morning, day morning in a dyins condition, i 's teing done as {he result of'a having hee- shot on Wednesday while trom lhe seiretary of the Toron hunting game in the_ mountains. Tno shootlnj was nils take and the fresh snow which tell overnight leaves .little chance-o'fais covering who fired the shot and left to'hisifate. Priesl died' from Ilia wounds early today He was known in the to command, O TV V; A., askjns that grant an intenriew to Co! G C TVilljams, representing tho veterans o( Toronto a matter of great Importance to returned soldiers. Col.-. rhen'he1 meets the members of the Domicion cabinet will p-bbably havo nu was weii Known in ine 1nuulluiJ imty Gilbert Plains district He leaves support of officials of the-Domiii- and family ion command, GWV.A. JAPAN READY-TO HAND TO .CHINA GENEVA, Dec Hay Japanese ambassador to Great Britain and head of the Jap antse delegation to the League of Nations assembly, informed the correspondents this; evening that Japan was getting ready to hand Shantung province back to China but was unable to get China to openYriegolfatlpns, added that th.e only -condition Japan makes is that Kalo.Chow shall to foreign trade. CONFERENCE ON IMMIGRATION Dec. conference of Dominion and provincial govern- ment representatives that has bcea in session in Ottawa for the purpose of discussing immigration publicity and propaganda closed last night and thx, vltillng delegates Tvho came from aj far ncsl as Victoria, U. C., and as far east as Halifax, left for their homes H is oelleved that as a result of the conference a closer co-ordina- tion of Iho immigration'arid coloniia- lion publicity 16.benefit the Dominion as a whole vlll he brought about. WOlltfftm h glaJ Grfltltu cicfor ttne. fat tiavcl WEj.WILL :SOON BE "TAKING STOCK" OF EVERYTHING IN; THE STORE, AND NATURALLY WE WILL WANT OUR STOCK DOWN. AS LOW AS AND i 'FROM NOW UNTIL THEN WE -ARE GOING TO MAKE A SPECIAL EF- FORT .TO'REDUCE. V QR1HESE STEP STOlSTOLOlff We iave no particular excuses 'to' business facts are'the reason iof this sale. WE CANNOT DROP the prices are now actually losing money on eVery Suit we We state the plain, unvarnished; trutHrwhen .we say are nbt herje to. deceive anyone) ,wc could not remain' in business if we did, and we intend to remain nereVfor.jygars we baye been here nearly a year now or. the second time) and for every dollar you have spent with us, you haye received full value for; your jmoney. :V nces to 'Overcoats to S35.QO clear Overcoats to Overcoats -toi clear" Overcoats- to clear at to clear- ?78.00 Overcoats to clear at All 20th to AH up to clear All up to to clear fi ALL SWEATERS Heavy rihheil' etc., including' "Jac- ciear at a reduc- r Off the Regular Price: HEAVY ALL-WOOL RIBBED COMBINATIONS per suit, Sale price All Light Weight Jersey Pullovers, All shades arid sizes. To clear at V-120% Off Regular .Prices HEAVY ALL-WOOL RIBBED v COMBINATIONS Keguiar; ?o.OO per suit, '.Sale'price VALUE Extra Special Value; Heavy Dn- Stnnflcld' makes.'.. At Qne-tKird -ALL; LINES- OF mentioned, :iji fine wool, Jaeger, Stah- field and bther'makes, to clear at 20% Off the Regular One Iqt'pf fleece-linedi 2-PIECE 1 Regular S3.50. Tb'ilear.at, per' suit .1.'.'.- FINE DjiESS SHIRTS AND HALL- HolepnJoif'SilkrSocks Hog. 52.50 Sale Price Reg. 52.75 each- Sale Price r.... Holeprpof ,35p per J, CCL -.'i' price All Wool White Ribbed Caolirnere r Sale Heg. 54.0J Sale Price Ilcg. 55.00 Sale Price" Iteg. 51.00 pc r: pa 'iij OC price Fine Cashmere Sill: and .Wool Sole, lies. 51.75 per Ot Sale Fine Silk Pre-AVar Dr. Jaeger's-All-Wool Taffeta Shirts 'With collar ttf regnia price SI! 7 (Jft 11 Kalo 1'rta Jaeger ;Quali.ty Wool Gloves .Camel hair, natural color frn nn reg. 31; cate price..... .Fine wool, grey and tun reg. sale pries.... .All.other lines of Gloves rediic- eti accordingly. Mocha'Mitts, reg.. Qfj 52.25; salo price Tan Mocha .Mltta. res. sale' Mocha Mitt3, furlin- cd, reg. 15.75; sale pricev Tan Mocha Gloves, reg. 53.25; sale pried Orey Mocha OlOves, reg. ?1.00; salo nrico Tan Capo roj, 43.25; sale prico Iteg. J2.00 rr Sale price i. y ALL OTHEH LINES OF HOSiEftV TO CLEAR AT 20% .OFF FINE QUALITY HATS French Velour-ritcjf. (jjl O Oft h'alu Jlegiilnr nn Sale jiric'e I itiv IlOMaliiiO Aft Sale price WaVellDW ijC Jrt Salo price tyOiTiU Aft Kslc price OVERSHOE'S Heavy ivelsht four-buckle. Meg- tilar Sain rrine Twa-biicklo Regular frO-fiff ?4.0C. Bals price One-buckle Overshoe. 53.00. Halo price No goods on approval. Goods delivered if you 1 wish.' SHEEP LINED COATS Regular Siloprc" lesul r "nit Hesular Reversible Corduroy Coals fKular f) Q HORSEH1DE LEATHER VESTS I.ejular 7C price D 2 ONLY, SASKATCHEWAN BUFFALO ROBES ONE ONLY, BLACK' DOG- SKIN COAT ;V Bizo'iS. Regular Sale price Sue i4 t 7" 1 Eilc, in e 52u 00 "al" price ijiU.UU GOQP HEAVY PURE WOOL MACKINAW COATS it giihr bile? Utyilai "-ilc price licsuiar price Ilriiiilar price .UU Crt .DU Aft .WU nr .bD WIN FCR CAPS FUR BANDS, INCLUDING JAEGErl QUALtTV itegulnr .Sale priTO- ItCBUla I 00 4 !e nrice Ucgiiliir Halo; nrlco ItcgiiWr Salo price Hegular Salo pric" Sale prlt" 82.20 THE HOME OF 20TH CENTURY-CLOTHING. Men's Shop ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK. ON tKE CORNER. ALL QDD Including" iluo 'English 20% Off Regular Pried Everything in the store stands for the best makers can duce We have never bought anything, unless the manufacturer would stari3 be- hind we are building our reputation on that factrr- along with the best "Store Ser- vice" in the city. These Prices Are for CASH ONLY, No Charges for Alters- tions. ;