Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
PACT. TEN i THE LETIinmiXiB DAILY HFft.MJ) THURSDAY. DKCKMBEU 13, 1917 Ladies' Silk Dresses If you are going to a ball, getting married or anticipating any such thing, your attention should naturally turn to the; Royal Store. The values offered on these stunning little fashionable garments "is unquestionable. Silk froHH- Up It's a grand clearance and we art but reaching the hume stretch a great sale; we are Bearing the expiration of o'ir lease and we ntt vacate. Coweqiwntly great bargains await rager boyen, many, nun; atekl Xmas Gifts are here for year choosag as wefl as hoBdreds of war time economies that erery man and womzo it interested in. It's a chance no foresighted person skonld overlook. EVERY ARTICLE REDUCED Suit Trunks I Going away for Xmas? Well the Royal Store can save you a lot of money in your going awayv equipment. The big saving will help to make your visit more pleasant. Trunks and suitcases of every description to suit every purse. Suit Cases, up Trunks 7.95 up A CHANCE to BUY LADIES' COATS and SAVE SUBSTANTIALLY Men's Gloves Fine mocha and capesVia with warm wool linings, fur lined, good lit- ters range of sires. 1 Close Out Price, up from livO Men's Ties XCT- arrivals in fancy Cheney silks, all the latest patterns, appreciated by any man as a Xmas gift O C f Close Ont Price, up from Fur Lined Coats for Ladies Just fancy buying fine lined coat JiT.SO. The shell alone is worth tHe price' we ask tor the entire coat. Beautifully lined with soft squirrel has o deep fur collar. Cloth is shell beaver. Would be considered a ;foati buy any time at ?35.00. CLOSE OUT PRICE Bound to Be a Rush WE HAVE PLANNED FOR A WHOLESALE'SLAUGHTER OF LADIES' CLOTH COATS. EVERY GARMENT IN THE LOT HAS ITS H.ARCHING ORD. ERS, THEY MUST BE; CLEARED OUT DURING THE NEXT TEN DAYS. IN ORDER TO MAKE CHOOSING EASY WE HAVE SINGLED OUT THESE SPECIAL LOTS INCLUDING OUR LATEST AND MOST FASHIONABLE MOD. ELS. v These prices closing out at .do Furs th the s t eady ndvanc o In 'Curs. during the past thf'oc years, many li vromaii has put off buying these cold weather necessities. lasting re-. niembrancb; 'aVnke' or, muff is most a'cbeptahle and rihe -price Is'1 so why hesitate. s CLOSE. OUT FROM 20 to 50 p. i. WoolBlankets Not very often do you find wool blankets Eoltl by a furnishing store, All the more 'reason why we shouM slaughter them to clear1, them out About 20 [uiir make up the bunch In three qualities. Regular price up1 to CLOSE CUT-PRICE FROM Up SOD FOR MEN AT A BIG Bath Robes Heavy Turkith bath robei, in fancy stripet. Made with plenty ot collar leaturw'to j AP match. Clow Out Price Lounging Robes lOiuftjrtaMe hoaae wool eiderdown. Good lengthwith M sweep, a' real cdiy "garment for wiiit- I er. evening. CVoie Oot." 7CA: V Walk-Over Shoes HuajwJs of ironld be glad to ftl M cpportanitT Uke this lut nnfort- auAtely tcr them they may not hear of. 'ttta nig special Indicemeat on known shoe u (he Walk Orer.! sold In the resujsr war up to: and in ail the' leading shaped Strictly 'High Class Clothing TO SUY ONE OF THESE SUITS MEANS ECONOMIZING iti TftE STRICT EST SENSE OF f HE WORD WE STATE, BECAUSE rWE KNOW, YOU WILL BE PAYING TWICE THE PRICE FOR THESE GARMENTS -LATER ON BEAUTIFULLY FITTING GARMENTS FROM THE SHOPS OF AMERICA'S FINEST TAILORING HOUSES IN FINE SERGES, TWEEDS, AND FANCY WORSTEDS. PRICED UP FROM I Pricing; JHEiOYAL STORE THIRD AVENUE, Men's Scarfs JVlen'sWool Sox Heavy weight. A, new. too late for Made 6t 'pftno soil jam In grey ami fawn" C A vC nb. Worth 65. Close Out.Prfcc Mostly- small i sizes.' A .few- large sizes In thh lol in-pullover and sljlea Hcgular values up to 9 71 fta A well assorted-lot ot men's fancy; s Ilk and; tainted.' scarfs. Brakes -a' use- ful and serviceable Ainas gift. Close Out Price, up from vv Pants i About three dozan pairs of men's fancy tereed and garment well tailored Worth up to 5500 regular Close Out_PrIce NEWINS1WVFOR 'NllUIff Ottawa, Dec. with regard to tie hoHing ot military fun- for of tie Canadian force dying in Canada, "before and after discharge, are- pubr in ths last issue of Canada Gaxette. It !s prorlded, that In of deaths in Canada of members of the C: B. K., when up C. B. F. unit Is military funerals, Including Leaser Slave Lake, and Lake la Blche, Alberta, to as to enable more fishing to carried on in these waters under more favorable condi- tions. Since 1911 not more than 000 pound i of whlteO sh were allowed to be taken from Lake Winnipeg our- ing the tnmmer. This limitation has been" raised pounds. Be- down and contemptible. (can put declared tbe Fight- he not proposing that Canada went on to declare when the ing One. "But be'knows too much, should break her pledge and then pro- ceeded to a lecture on the ethics of attending first smoke ot only the one that's stealing, that Union government" is 'a f 'and'Borden'knows it." 'gft'oing with' next wmmer, the depart- goTtrnraent. He'declarea.'that he was t h rmoTal of l5CO- 1 Imself to the question of'the Union] He'.sald that; w.ere returned to-power ungentlemanly to anil interrupt man like'me. It's blafligiiaruljv dirty, .'lowj-down thing 'crowd for yqu lo interrupt properly' s juel ch ejl. for a couple of minutes. (The, chair- man appealed for order. Mr. Martin passed tho question over, but address- ed himself to.the lady: "You dress like a lady, you look 11kg n lady, but you don't like crowd "booeil" but Mr. Martin started talking about the referendum, tho lady sat down. Mr. Martin' dn-_._.. ment wilUKrnilt the remoTal of jn favor of Union gOTemraenf, he 000 Bounds of whltefiiB fruiu Lesser lre eve: so good, lie preferred SliTe Lake together with as inpch'ne 0; poHtics. "He other flail as may he caught, an.l S3li u re3Uitcd In Detter government 500.0M pounds ol whlteflih (o hlye a good opposition, and with other varieties which may be, ihat experience in ;Eng- taken from Late La Biche. had proven his statement. Union had bccn a failure and firing party, shall be fur- nlfhed by a local unit of the active militia, Is arailable, when so recommended by the district officer commanding. For the duration of the war, in cases of death of er-members of the C. B. F., In Canada, who have seen active ser- vice overseas and been honorably dis- charged, the necessary escort and fir- ing party may also be famished by a-j local unit of the. active militia when BO C. B. F. unit is available. I made many mis- marines from parts of (he repnbilo have mobilized in Buenon Aires. The official explana- tkm of thTs more id that It la a pro? tecUon -against the threatened gener- al 'ttrlke for January 1. It is-gen- hi political drclci ken, however, thtl ibe chief reason for the Mobilization -was f.-> obtain fir the preaident daring the period of'Ibe special session of con- gna, wklek will be opened on Friday. There are evidences of discontent tke yni ot at the policy kaSipemnilted Count Von Lux- (o nnali.ta.tMf country two nmtta after-bcwM-ordeted to it- dtrlktec bttdi to the province ft are ttnttr burning the crops; settlers for their owa use. l_ LAMBERT PACK FOR PARLIAMENT (From! the ftavmond Recorder) L. Lambert Pick of this town is lo contest the Leinbridga riding for a seat in the Canadian Parliament. The honor was bestowed on him by the Labor and Farmer parlies who unani- mously -nominated him as their can- didate. He will oppose W. A. Buch- anan, who is seeking re-election as a UnionliU People who know Mr. Pack will agree that a better man could not have beeiichosen. '.He...will ably rep- resent the.people as be is truly one of Mr. Pack Is a self made roan. .While It is possible that -the last.few years have netted him a little deans as'a result of persis- tent etfor'l on bis part. And that Mr. Pack Is amply qualified to-uphold the dignity of the position no one stakes. he said, they propose to knock us out'in the same way in Canada. He then proceeded to argue that if union Is bad at any lime, it is worss !a Canada because, he said, Canada has nol a strong union government lie said the Borden government had been rotten during the three years 'A war, and would have been worse had II nol been for Sir WilfttTK.'.-urier and his able lieutenants wlio wert there to curb the government's Incom pelence. So, he declared, he was against any onion government ant' most certainly against this union goY eminent. He said that Sir Charles Hlhbert Tapper had publicly stated tbst he would not commend the ad- ministration'of the Borden govern- ment and Ihe speaker knew Mr, Buchanan could not testify to their ability. He said Mr. Tupper was sup- porting uaion because he was afraid Canada would be with French i was an.ene'mf.of Canada about 70 "If we get1 our men ready and' can't I clared that, If voluntary recruiting tall- the French-Canadians' are .not; French 55 or 60 Bng-1 send- them over without stopping an cd in Quebec .after a trial under bir: patriotic. If they are, take .sal lie away their franchl3B7as. tte Borden an government did from thbusands of (he____ __ _____ .._ ___ good loyal subjects In Alberta and English-speaking supporters." "Mr. Pack, believe, is eijual number of American soldiers, Wilfrid referendum could American-by hlr'tb, and he-would i what do we accomplisn? The thing be held in> three weeks. Tlio crowd retire bo classed-as one of the Is ridiculous. It Is a mere political was very skeptical and Mr. Martin waa yaskatchowan. "Mr. Pack is not for yell- Cries of this as- ed the crowd. he said Mr. Martin. scrtlon. said Jlr. Martin, "my friend Mr. Not Mr. Bourassa Jlr. Martin couldn't remember the gentleman's name. Someone from tha answered Mr. Martin, and pro- audienca suggested 'that is was Mr. ceeded to.shoiv that Sir Wilfrid Laur- but Mr. Martin eventually ;ier is-too big a man to attempt any- said it was Mr. Burrell who had said think like French domination, declar- alien enemy citizens of Al? iug that In all the years he was la boria and Saskatchewan were, true 'power he had done so. came back the- crowd. "He told ns so last night." jdlatoly. Some lidr.In tho gallery had "Well, he's going to oppose union! a running commentary of fire with government and that's just (he same' argument. I don't know that IhB'Can- bard put to it to find way ol ex- adlan soldiers are'ed anxious to die. plaining It ail away. They've done flonuers already. "And'what If defeated 'Kxcept a voice, asked a voice. and'lhe crowd was' unsnuolched Immc- ind loyal. have taken away] ".They talk a lot In this 'campaign :he votes of these men 'because, they, about helping the boy3 in the trenchex tvould vofe for Laarler." A voice "lie needs them." Mr. Martin then proceeded to take fall out of Sir Clifford Sifton, de- him n traitor, to the. Liberal; jarty: Mr. Sifton had 'said that, all ha votes of the soldiers would go Tory, but ttiu provincial election In B. C. had proved differently. This remark brought speaker into rouble with the gallery where they went after him hard.'1 Mr. Martin, wiU question. He is naturally "e a college educeilon, ha. travelled i ?d slr' ,S throughont the considerably anil he thoroughly u'nderltaodi the Issues of the day. Lambert Pack was bom and raited in Utah. A few years ago be came to Canada and has lince made Raymond hit home. He In a Latter Day Saint by religion and if elected he will en- joy the unique honor of the first of Ibat denomination to sll In the Can- adian Parliament, Amtterdain, Dec. Voi Rcrentlov, who some weeks ago was dared, their only argument Is the old 'lac. The Tories, he consider every Grit In 'the country Is dlsloytl even if some of them have lost sons at the front. He wanted to know when Mr. Buchanan founrl out that half the people of Canada were disloyal. He raVed 'up the reciprocity campaign to show that the Tories used the flag then, anffdeclareil they were waving II harder than ever today, but he defkt any Tory to point to anything he had ever fane that wonld brand him as a vile traitor. They aarjthe Liberals have no feelings for the boys at the front.' The say there Is only one tide.. But lei's hare a little sen dtacvsslon. The Fun BCfiM "Alrlglit" said a voice, 'let's kavi a Iftlle of that." And Ihat was enough (o start th lit preparing lo give up Belgium wfcen peace was -made, has now wrll- I rolling and going That's Ibe cry of Union government. They say no Grit cnn be'loyal." "Buchanan's a Grll and he'd a Y9lce. -f Mr. proceeded lo 'disclaim .Mr. Huchanan as a real Grit. ''Til tiev; er hook up with bifii again anyway." he said. "And with all tills lalk about-helpins the boys.In tho trenches; Union goyr crnirienl Is sending Ihem at' s er.eal rate, isnt naked -the'', speaker. however, stuck lo hja-guns and.de- I'Blghl monlhs have gone since.Bor- clared Ihe vote al-UK ffont'-.wonM'deh Introduced conscription 'and! nolli- split. !'And why shotildn'l ill" he j ing 'has' been done. I'llt b'reak with Kaybel "Conscription would be carried at .a ho declared; "5t :ho speaker for a minute or so, to the De carried'without a-rtoubl huje of the crowd, anil told them they things had settled down a'galn, pledge to supply men by. compulsion .Mr. Mar-In nrocoedeij to. 3ay Hhat jf they couldn't get them by voluntary, there was nobody to blame for the de- enlistment." lay but the government. "Then why lake a- camo tho question trom Iho crovr'd. lie ivfls. asked. V: i .1 matter af "We .want .lo pjH'a government in answered Mr. Martin, which produced, thai will seaa_soJJIeTs wilSdut-Bll Ibis another laugh.. Mr. Marlln appealed. delay." then that the Americans be.allowed' ".Where will 'they'' let (h'o to send Iheir men over .to help us for was the him.'.-'-.'' iho lime being .and Ihe. storm-once "Borden never thought .ofconacrlp- more Ijrpke looan. Hon'llH lasi' April. lisc of Tho latter part ol tii.o meeting was arguing that because been somewhat more'tame. Sir.' Jiartln delr.y since .tbeb men'.ihat atccrcd.clear of Uangerpus ground as there will bc'.delay much possiblo and talked of th'u "Can't -neeil.of riicn for, nrgjng w.0 can'l liclp tho de- that Canada heedciliall the" rrion "We'll soon have a'.wltolo navy. has left. He also pointed out that of sir Wilfrid has promised tho removal "Well, It came from Ihe au- dience. "Yon don't know any more than I retorted Mr. Marlln, which ad- mission drew a laugh from the crowd. He then proceeded lo try to provb that (bo Union government Is nol a war government. It me_ant merely the establishment of a new: Can: ada and of course it "was preprinting the own that. The'neW paity will bo founded on race halted, if ho can't do better than lhati Whal have they been waiting "Meal pipert ,up a lady's voice, His Comeback Mf. Martin professed to be Ignorant of his teccnt discussion ''With tho ;re- lurned soldiers in Vancouver ove'rithe nuetllou of- volunteering lo gtt'a mbal tlcltet. "Oh, I see, Horden It thinking not of the soldierfl, but ,hbir, he Is ships to lake soldiers .'oyeiv however, of Ihe duty on farm Implement which then tverylhlng wllj be .would be tin aid 16 'nro'ducllon'.'" that no reduction In Mr. Marlln to eiciuo no expected frum a government tliat Quebec for hot' enlisting" more1 freely, In it lilgh-protccllonlBl Tories, lin blamlng'-lt dti In also slammed the Canadian banking recruiting In. rubH'ing'the'son- system nnil said llial Sir Wilfrid should linienlal IhaiiVrnylnce the be chance to.tevJBO It on the. wrong way. :ilo also said Hie" N'Mlon- American i plan protniiied so., that Mri'Bprde'it was in going 16 gel' back bread Into hl back pany wju uo [ounncu on naiicu, nvnuii UAIIIU UCIUK nil. .nctritit he declared, and it will neved bo (n I for'Ihe 6nly comeback ha had all ev'ert- wanl lor parly slush funds (or it will be controlled by big interests, and he died Ihe eilorl lo give or to Mackenzie and Mann for the C'.N.ii. lo prove his The'audienee checked hlra statement and switched 10 Sir i. W. Klaveltc. Me declared that 1" government had put hint ten an article In liie' Dorlln 'Tnges "rst s Zeiluiig In which he Dr. Vonicrowd one Martin said, "hna in, some of the Tories aetpfsed Munitions Hoard." Kuetilraann. Ibe foreign mlr.isler, wi..., Ottawa. departmenl of planning shortly lo asserl a claim to Pascal. a commotion was set naval aerrice oinoiiicef that h ZeehmKe harbor and Its environs i "P Mr. Martin pat ore? what (or oertaln modtflca- nrtery Kdhttton who had in charge, of a big job and he had millions. The know what Job and Mr. I, "hnad of' tne Imperial own iwMt.wav. for (he j practically began 10 flail that wanted lo ta ami eventually drop this demand with should have been a haymaker when ivicualioa at Calais U tie ne Intlmaled that a man who would' voice. a wu a tow I don't yoii goibMr to tell them about, l him Own aat Ing. "Let Uncle 60 It" "N'o ono has gone over from Canada (or months for the simple reason tbal the United Is using nil'avail- able shipping to transport its soldiers and, they can't take our over.. They hare thousands of soldiers across the line wailing to he lakoniovcr." And then things' lurnedMooso in the "U.yofl'd lei the Americans alone on tho platform they'll be al- a voice. "Do you suppose Ihe American sol- Slers can't lake Ihe places o( our boys la asked Mr. Murtln. Cries tiat Camda's pledge wonld be course came (ram all parts at The Lady Wins Afler he sal ilown Ihe laity who had Canana.' That'doctfihO'hail bfen drill- ed Into tbe p'fbplo, o( ndt If Sir, Wilfrid Is returned, lo naked the question abOnt recruiting power, hljjppllcy Is that he will try nt Quebec rose and reiterate! the once 16 Induce the people of Quebec lion: "Why did nol Sir Wilfrid fo enlist under the-voluntary plan. K ler help to recrull In Quebec ho' doesn't, succeed, tliat inctlioJ, "He has done tha boat In his pow- then compulsion (o answered Mr. Martin. after, the people taken' a rBfeVn- "How can ho succeed now ha rfifm, A lady In the audlonVo wanted failed, camo back the lady. to .know wby Sir Wilfrid Laurler didn't "llec.iitse wo .wouldn't havn a (tick- 10 go lo Qncbec Wore (o Iry to recruit In-tho-mud was the lit the French CamrtWiis the afmy. coast orator's best, answer, and Iho Mr. Marlln was aboul lo proceed wlllv Lilly sal down satisfied '.tiat Mr. Mnr- out answering tLo iiucallon, tlic tin had glTuii Iho t'at crowd kepi calling. "Answer .-tho ho lady." Mr. Martln'dectared that the The meeting broke np In disorder, remark was an Impertinent one, 'but with Iho chairman 'haranguing tiera the lady had the courage of her con- they filed (rat. H KM s brilliant' vlctloai and rose, asking the question flnUli.to Ihe opposltjoa campaija Im Uno. WM a. bubW.