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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1917 THE UCTUIMlDCrK DAILY I1KIUL1) Get Your Share of the Bargains at this Christmas Store oftpeciaHy attractive vitacs tUroufboat er try dcptrtaeBt of the store will be the chief attraction every day from now until Christmas. On tables and counters are special displays suggesting many euy solutions to gift awl, in erery section are featured values which you will not maich in any other store in this city. Three Great Values in WOMEN'S FUR COATS of Best Quality Canadian Rat Coats Very serviceable and warm, dark rich skins, very evenly matched, full furred, 50 inches long, 80 inch sweep. Hudson Seal Coats 'Superior quality coats, plain graceful lines, 80 inch sweep, 45 inches long. Large convertible collar. Beauties at the price. Canadian Beaver Coats Handsome rich coats of very best Beaver, 80 inch sweep, 45 inches long. Large convertible collar. Lower in price than for many seasons past. All NEW COATS in a Christmas Sale Fur Trimmed Plusli Coats. All coals up to Plain Plush Coals. Handsome style. Reg- ulkr Plain Plush Coals. Special values at Black Boucle Coats. Lined throughout.. lar Finest -Velour navy arid brown up to Heaty Molor Coats. Very warm purr material up to Tweed and Cloth Coats. Plain colors and tweeds "up 28.00 22.00 O C OJ.UU A Wonderful Showing of Christmas GIFT GOODS Each of its kind the very best quality obtainable, conveniently displayed for quick and easy choosing and prices as low as ar e asked in many stores for goods of infer- ior quality and leu attractiveness. Christmas Handkerchiefs The daintiest stock we eter -had to while anil dainty embroidery work In Swiss anil Irish goods also initialed, hfand made Maderia, Crepe de Chene, etc. Special sale lota 9t 5c. 90c and Christmas Neckwear The new Jalots and shoulder collars in woii- dei fully attractive stocks, teaturlne all the correct: Ideas. Any one of which you would be safe In choosing (rom the standpoint of correclness of style and Gullibility as a gltt. Priced at Christmas Hosiery Unusually large Tarlety of choice-, bought be- fore the big advances were put'on anil soiling for 'Christmas much below present irorth. Heavy Silk Hose, colon Novelty Silk Hoie, various color's at 32.25 to Ladles' Cashmer- Hose, values 50c to Boys1 and Glrfi' Ribbed Cashmere Hoie 45c to 75c Christmas Waists More" dainty and elaborate.creations than have -ever been shown within our recollection and a variety of choice that tfould do'credit to stores in cities much larger than Lethbridge. Georgette Waists to any to Voife Waltte..................... to Christmas Boudoir Caps Many new Ifieas shown In this Christmas selection that you have not EMU crcatlona of nets. do chene, georgette, etc. In colors sky, plnh, white, roac, mauve. ani Christmas Gloves Nothing but thejbest obtainable qualities that carry [he maker's usual guarantee are shown, and tho variety of choice Is the largest we have had to choose from. Finest Kid Gloves, all colors and sizes. Fine Wool Gloves 5Qc to J1.00 Woo! Llnnd Mocha Glovel Heavy Silk Gloves, black and white to Christmas Silk Underwear A lovely new shipment just to haiul- by ex- press, tor surpassing any previous stock we have had to show. Silk to Silk to .Silk Bloomers to Christmas Knit Goods Sweaters, caps, skating sets, etc., in an un- usually wide, variety of choice, featuring mostly the be'tter grade garmenlB that you like to CUOOSQ- as sifts.. Caps and Tims 90c to Wool Sweaters to Wool Skating Sets to Clarke Co. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 612 3rd Ave. So. Finest in a Christmas Sale Finest Ermine Set. Lovely'style. Regular Pointed Fox Set. Large two skin muff and neckpiece. Regular Black Fox Sets. Handsome styles, cape or animal-scarf. Regular Bkck Fox Excellent quality. Various Regular Sale Natural Wolf Sets.-Heavy muff, cape or animal scarf; Sale ;J45.00-Nat SeK Very latest style. Extra special value......... Hudson Seal Set, round muff with cape stole. Regular Children's White and Grey Thibet Sets. 80.00 61-00 57.00 63.00 38.00 52.00 1 n p c. 1VJ OFF. Pelrograd, Dec. The terms of tho Russo-Oernian armistice, according to R FUternent letVed here, obllguU ho transference of .troopi -until Juti- ary 14, (Jiuarjr 1, no in- creaji0 of troops on the or on tho Islands in the'Moon Sound, or a re-fcroupliig of Vthe Germans are not to concentrate troops between tlio Black and tho Dalllc east of !Sth degree longitude east o( Oreon- wlch. Intercourse between the troops may be allowed from sitnrlw'tp'suh- let. Groups are limited to 25 persons at a time, who may -exchange news- papers and unsealed mall and who may carry -on trade and. tides of prime necessity. A special artlcje will he made by the natal general regarding the ex-' tendon of the armlatice to the Whtte iiea and the Russian coast In the Arctic rone. It is agreed nlso that -attack im and commercial vca.nels must In these regloqt In orderlto avoid fkllAcVs In other seas) The armistice on [ho naval fronts alt- of the Hlack Sea and tho Baltic Sea east of McrMlan 15 degrees east (A Greenwich. The ctomar- line fixed for the Black Sea It from the IfgbthonM of astiary the Danube to Capn In the Bailie, Ow line rnns from Roo- itull to the weiterji ef Worm Ullnd to the Island of Bafihtr lo aod aerial fortes Baltic to the B] n the ack S :nctlng have rifhl >remk Uie armlaUce nr gluing seven notice. Unless notice Is given Ihe armUllce antomatlcalif continues. "The armistice the land front from Sea and also lie Htuso-Turktah front In.Alia Minor. armistice Ihe parties con- obligate not to In- crnse the number of on Ihe ibove fronts or'on Ihe Islands of Moon Sound, or to rnake a. of [orcea- S "Neither tide is to make operative any Iran jfers of units torn the .Baltic-. Black Sea front until January 1 (Jan- uary J4) excepting tboua begun before the agreement fs signed. They oblige tbenueires not to concentrate Iroopa en ot the Black Sea or Baltic Sea, oast'of 15 degrees of. longitude cast of Oreenwich, lino nt demarcation on Ihe European "front la flnl line of de leiice. -The space bolween will be neu The navigable rivers will be neutral, their navigation being forbld- aels must censo in the above regions and attacks on other bo avoided." After the lines of demarca- tion In the BUck and Baltic Saw and King the movement of wanihlpa, -he agreement stipulates that commer- cial navfjation of these seas will; be permitted under rules to be.'fornriilal- ed by a ,ronimisslon. Immediately after the signing of the armistice jieace negotiations are to >e begun. It Is provided that measures shall be.Uken for th6 each an go of civ- il prisoners, Invalids, women and chil- dren under fourteen and- for the amelioration of the condition of FAT prisoners. The treaty concludes with these words: "With of facitiEalfoc the conduct of peaco negotiations and the speedy healing of the wounds caused by the war, the contracting parties tafce measures for re-establishment of cultural and economic relatlons'impng Ihe Within such limits as" the armisitlce permits, postal "coni' mercinl relations, Mio mailing of books and papers win bo permitted, the de- tails lo be worked cut by a mixed comtmRfllon, repr.eaenting oil the In- terested parties at Petrograq." Russian wnr ressers not ot tills line and the other parties not go north. The Russian gov- ernment gnamntoca that tho entente war veiaels will obey the niTcs of this provision and RtiBalan warflhlns will toot be allowed to sail among Uie'Al- ftnd Itfands. .The text of the armistice follows: "Between the- the higher command of Russia on the one h'aad, awl of Bulgaria, Alls- Hongarr nnH Tnrkej- on the other hind, for Uio "pnrrosn of achieving n luttng and honorable peoce between bpUi parlies, following armistice fs concluded: .'.'The ikall hegln on De- cember' 4" (Deoe'rtMr 17) at 2 o'clock U uti- eonlrnne mntll line of demarcation will be arrang- the rnntoti of the chief command era. will be allowed from to sunset, BO more than 25 ptr- participating ti a ttW. The UcipAnts may exchange ma- gailnes, unsealed man and also may catfy on trade In tho exchange of ar- of necessity, "tho qiiMtlon of of troops freed from service who nre beyond' While at War, Canadians in Spare Jime, Educated for Peace Pursuits the line of demarcation W1U be RolrM during peace nefotlntiona. This applies also to ".Varal '.me braces all the HWclt Haltlc 3200 Sea ewt flf the merMlan 15 east of to-, nil from Munich provide an Interesting com- parEson and lead to a conclusion ihAt It U not easy to disprove. The prices herein mentioned are given in per metric ton. If thejr prcve iny- thlng -a all It is the fact that thft life of the people In Austria-Hungary Is not only inconvenient, but extremely burdensome. The following is -the- comparison: Commodity frkci July 1 19U VoUUoes G4M) Sauerkraut 1 191S l.JOft 6.SM Sepll 1117 M.uihl I d natal and J fft I f T extension of Ihfl armistice to the While 'urrt ...IS.EW) and North Arcllc Rasafun coast doffco At- Canadian Army Ileadcntarters m the Field, via London, Dec. Ihe Canadian Overseas Pioneers In the extremely practical work of technical vocational training in Ihe field a certain Cana- dian division has eslabllahed a uni- teralty hcliind the firing line. The in- Btftution, which will hold its classes In therhrigade dlvisionaal schools, Y. M. C.' A. huts ann other available academic sUndlng the Dbmlnton. It contnlns in Its syllabus courses of leclures on subjects spec- ially Selected to equip men on active service for great efficiency In business, the professions, agriculture and great Industries of the Domin- ion." The -mode of operations is three 'old, Including: First, lectures to large groups, with civic and imperial topics or looking forward to the duties and op- portunities ot the fuUre; second, .for .smaller groups taught by leathers In each nnlt throughout the division; ihinl, Insll- for advanced students with recognition and credit on thd'lr return to Canada for the work accom- Another aim-Of the university fg to hare pteparefl for the period of de- inobUltfttlon, an orfantzAlion and staff devoting its attention (o the edu- cation of soldiers during the Intervals that nay etajvse between'the conclu ol peace and their, return to Can Rda. The subjects taught will include agriculture, business, literature and mge, hfstory and ecoonmlci, religious and philoso- Instrncyon, vocfltlohal training X and eleraentflry instruction. firm tug facilities tor In BtltiLIons are iplendld .whilst projec now under way of reclaiming the de area of France offers specla for Instruct Ions in The men will bo prepared to go on the land as they return lo the Dominion. It is hoped that arrange- ments will bo made with the trades unions in Canada whereby those taking artisan vocational trainings will be given credit for their apprentice- ship when recommended by skilled In- structors. In lirlef the Canadian army 3u the field as it was trainee! for war i? en- teririg upon a splendid period of preparation forviieace. The university is in part an extension of the work now, proceeding under the military hbspitals commission at home and at Canadian camps in Eng- land. But this is the ffrst attempt of its kind to educate men in the baltlo area. The initiation mbvenient tor the university is due, to the, activities of the chaplain services and I Y. M. C. A. and the cr.tablishnient in France is due particularly to tho manner gen- eral commanding T. divlsiou; who has urged the fiMnbtishment of such' in- stitutions and -given Ihfe whole move- ment enthusiastic assistance and sup- port. The inauguration of the Institution was celebrated by a parade of an en: tiro battalion for the first course general lectures. The men, showed keen interest, In the proposal, .while the officers gave it warm support. Each battalion in the division has been asked to submit names of quali- fied instructors to the university senate and the staff Is being rapidly filled, tho [unds of the Y. 51. C. A. are being used to purchase the necessary instrumental literature and text books which will be sold to the men with substantial refund at the end of Hie course. The opening of the university lias not only received Ihe warm apprjval of Sir Arthur Cnrrle but is attracting attention in the imperial' forces, num- erous army inquiries having already been received on the method of opera- tion. It is generally realized that this establishment of a university in tho field marks a departure of great value and importance to the men of alt ser- vices. TO BUILD MARINE EttalNES Montreal, Dec. Do- minion Bridge company is re- ported to hare secured control of the International Engineering Limited, formerly the Hobb Engine company of Am- v lierst, N.S., The new subsidiary fj- it Is understood, will be ta ff connection with tho develop- ment 9! bridge company's 'activllles In the manufacture jrt fy marine engVics, CIGARS THAt MAKE THE MAN SAY "THANK YOU" ASJF HE MEANT IT So often a man is the recipient of a gift thai he doesn.'t- caro a snap about. He oftimes lays it aside and forgeUFall about A bos ot.our cigars fa entirely ililfcrenl. He says "Tlnnl: you" la a way lhal shows he apjirecfntVs'your glU and fs not saying it out.of All the nest known brands for sale to .one liunclrcd.Mn Christmas and regular packages. THE ARCADE CIGARS, TOBACCOS, CIGARETTES, AND PIPES ;