Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
..... THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17, isd ns at This Store Tomoirbw^^^^^^^ And Continues Every Business Day Until Chiistmas INVOLVING OUR ENJIRE STOCK OF SUITS. COATS AND DRESSES; FUR NECKPIECES, MUFFS AND FUR COATS; TRIMMED HATS OF ALL KINDS AND MANY OTHER LINES OF SPECIALLY PRICED XMAS GOODS THAT WE WILL SELL AT i-4 TO 1-3 LESS THAN REGULAR FOR WHICH THEY WERE BOUGHT IN ORDER TO KEEP STOCK FRESH AND CLEAN, AND TO THAT END HAVE LOWERED PRICES 1-4 TO 1-3 THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRELINE, AND WHEN YOU REMEMBER THAT EVERY GARMENT IS BRAND NEW THIS SEASON YOU CAN READILY UNDERSTAND THAT SAVINGS LIKE THESE ARE ENTIRELY OUT OF THE ORDINARY AND THAT EARLY CHOOSING WILL BE NECESSARY. Heavy Silk Hose $2.00 A splendjd range of new colors for Christmas just to hand. Heavy Silk Hose $1.25 Many new colors just received in a specially good quality hose. / New StriiieJ Silk Hose $2.25 Lovely quality silk. Colors brown, tan, taupe, black, White, champagne, Ribbed T*p Silk HoM, $L25 Black and white only. Heavy silk leg. Very lelastic top. White Ckamoistloves, $2.50 Full range of sizes just to hand. White with black stitching, washable. Wa^Ue Cape Gloyei, $.50 " All? sizes in stock; !heavy walking: ^| glove with black stitCh&g,>^^ , ^ We Have Been Doing Big Things in the Selling of Furs and Outer Garments t � Never before had a season like it; never before sold so many garments, such nice garments; never before did anything like the amount of business in this department in actual dollars and cents. BUT NOW THE SEASON IS PRACTICALLY OVEH, WE'RE ANXIOUS TO SELL WHAT WE HAVE LEFT. DEv TERMINED TO CLEAR OUT EVERY GARMENT DURING THE SEASON. Savings Are Bigger Than WeVe Ever Offered Before but we're following our policy of absolute'clearance; earlier this season than usual, so that you have the benefit of big savings just at the time when Christmas needs are being supplied. $66.00 All suits and coats -ivorth up lo ?100.00. Beautiful Telours and broadcloths, fur trimmed, laupes, browns, etc. 10% OFF Gray Suede Gloves . . $2.50 Excellent wearing glo\'es. Same price as last year. All sizes. Finest Dress Kid Gloves - -- - - - - $2.50 to $2.65 Black with \vhite, white with black, all black and various shades of tans., all guaranteed. All dresses of ailk, serge, etc.. including every new dress in the stock.' 10% OFF All waists of silks, crepe de chines, georgettes, etc., entiro,stock Included. $125,00 Black ^Wolf Set, Sale - $10G;00 Black Wolf .'Set, Sale $78.00 $90.00 Natural Coon Set, Sale $68.00 $100.00 Taupe Wolf Set, Sale $78.00 $95.00 Finest Canadian Beaver Cape, Sale $67.00 $72.50 Natural Wolf Set, Sale $58.00 $36.50 All finest coats worth up to loO.OO; Included are veloars, etc. In many new colorings. mm Lovely new suits �worth up Serges in brown, nary, etc. to I4S.00. $40.00 AU new suits, worth up to JoO.OOi Finest serges In many styles and colors. Finest Rat $113.50 WOlitH ^150.00 Very full fuiTed. ...dark, rich , rat, evenly matched stripes. 50 inches long, SO inch sweep, lined -^fith beary brown poplin silk, sizes to ,44. A wonderful coat at the price. Xmas Hat Sale--$8.75 This one sale price includes our entire stock of Americ�a- and French pattern hats. Worth up to $17.50 and $20.00 Some splendid choosing left. $26.00 All^our newest coats, worth up to 35-.00. Tweeds and chinchillas lu'best styles ,and colors. $19.00 All coats worth up to $27.50. ."Splendid heavy tweeds .in grey and brown mixtures. Large and small slze:s. $48.00 All our best suits, worth up to JSO.OO. Serges, worsteds, etp. - $1^7.50 Red Set, Sale i |bot odlj' raised and ' equipped in tlie viniicldie. of a great war miUioDS of Sen and with the unceasing vigilance their n�Ty transported and fed "lelr ovn Krmies, but also assisted the �tnies of Uie peoples of the allied Id neutral n&tlona. Their armies, 'the able leadership of Field laJcApl; H�iK, -whose acquaintance he riVm&fp on the bftttlefleld of South frtfcii/KiiplieJd the highest lighting . traditions of^ Britain on every battle-I fieia in - Europe and elsewhere, and, j ably and whole-heartedly partnered by her allies, hiad emerged victorious from the most oolosKal struggle known to history. * The Dominion miiiisters were now assembling to aid la the solution of the future course, said the minister. The world had been shocked by the enemy's violation of clTillzation's la^^. , The unfitness of Germany to rule ! the native races of South Africa was ! evident. by -its ;br.utal and . inhuman i treatment of the natives of the I Soutljwest African protectorate. The ' aim of the South African Union, con-I eluded Gem Botha, tvas abiding peace, and that aim logically embraced the ideal of the Union becoming one of the standard bearers among the nation* .'Whose Alms were, peace and Industry. The Oernum colour on its l^prder would prevent'the- Uaioa- pursuing her future in jmdfiturbed safety- and strengthening her right to a larger meaeure of coofidence la man-algltig the affairs of ttie Iwtithem portion of the South African continent.' TEACHEM WILL $TBIKE TORONTO, Dec. 17.-�lKty-flve out Of 72 M!>arate ache*) teacher* have anneuneecl thalr intention of aolntf en atrlke unless thay rt-celvs immediate racegnitlon of their petition for livinf wage whteh.they have cent to the separate school board, and to which no attention has been- paid. SOME OF THE LOST IN RAILWAY FIRE WINNIPEG, Dec. 17.-A report lata this afternoon indicates that fifteen are missing, all presumed dead, as a result of the destnictlon by fire of a Canadian Pacific railway coach at Bonheur this morning. A list of those lost as fa,- as can be ascertained fol-lows: . . \ B. Lancy, ticketed Calgary to Wfud- | SOI'. j Mrs. C. L. Buchanan, ticketed Green-' way, Man.', to Sussex. N, B. Mrs. C. K. Hunter, ticketed from Re-gina to St. John, N. B. Miss E. Smith, ticketed Lockwood, Sask., to Toronto. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Monkman and baby, ticketed Kerrobert to Toronto, supposed to be from Consort, Alta. Mrs. .Joseph Cochrane, ticketed Russell, Man., to Baxter, N. S. Pte. Larmour, 5th battalion, Quebec, ticketed Winnipeg to Toronto. Woman and little boy, ticketed 'Winnipeg to Belleville, Ont. Two unidentifled passengers, Regina to Belleville. , Woman, Winnipeg to Elora. Woman .ticketed Kegina to Xapanee. CLOSE OF NAVIGATION EN ROUTE HOME � ? ? > the department ot public sate- 4> ty after Direbtor Tremblay had � * resigned. 4 LOS ANGELES, Calif., Dec. 17.- Prince Hlgashl Fushimi of Japan paaged here last night en route to Japan after paying an official visit to England, where he presented a sword to King George. He is accompanied by several Japanese officials, iaeluding Lieut.-Gen. Godo Shibak, and Marquis Inoue, president of the department of affairs 'of the royal family. The party will sail for Japan on the steamer Siberia from San Fran Cisco Thursday. TORONTO, Dec. 17.-"i would like to sound two notes of warning, un-1 necessary, perhaps, but nevertheless ' a safe precaution," paid President R. B. Burnaby today at the llfth annual meeting of the United Farmort' Co-' operative Company, Limited. "The ban has not been lifted on free speech, and It is more than likely that detectives will be present at all our meetings. I am sure we do not want to break the laws of our country, nor do we want to see any dla-, turbances. Therefore I suggest that j we be careful in our remarks that no such unpleasantness be experienced at this convention." The convention of the farmers proper will open tomorrow. ? BUFFALO. N.V., Dec. 17.~ The arrival of the steamer W. Grant Mordeu today with a cargo of wheat marked the close of navigation at this port and brought the total.amount of grain afloat and in elevators up to 52.953.000 bushels. There are 118 vessels in the winter storage fleet carrying 38,227,-000 bushels, two-thirds of which is wheat. courage, cool foresight and daring A correspondent of the New York reconnaissance were invaluable to his Sun suggests that the late German Em-company commander and an inspira- peror be confined on the leper island to all ranks. ' of Molokai. AB.C.SOL RIOTING IN ODESSA ODESSA, Dee. 13.-Serious rioting occurred here last niflht when elements opposed lo the hetman of the Ukraine raided the city prison. Forty persons were killed. ElgKt hundred prisoners, most of the adherents of the hst-msn's regime, were rslesssd. 1 WANT VOTES FOR UTYR. OLDS BERLIN, Monday, Dee. 16.- (Associated Press)-Ssversl hundred boys and girl* pariided th* streets of the city today on their way to the reich�t�o bulldlnc where the soldisra' and wo|4(-men's congress Is being held. They demanded, smonfl othjir ' thlngSi yotes for persons'IS years eld, the abolition of oorporal punishment in schools and the participation by children in the administration of the government 'fcny 'scheols.^Ths mniruriers carrisd'if'atl fiflags,^ and incsndlsry piaoa'rda. IX)NDON, Dec. 17.-(Canadian. Preas, via Reuter'e.)-Private Walter L. Rayfleld, 2nd Battafllon, British Columbia regiment, according to the Garette, secured the Victoria Cross for most conspicuous bravery, devotion to duty and initiative during the opfifratlons east of Arras from Sept. 2 to Sept. 4, 1918. Ahead of his company he rushed a trench occupied by a, large party of the enemy and fper-sonally bayonetted two and captured 10 mon. He later located and ea-^Kod with great skUl, under constant ' artillery fire, an enemy sniper 'Who 'was causing many casualties. He then rushed the section of the trench fpom which the sniper had been operating and BO demoralized the enemy iby his coolness and daring that 30 others surrendered to him. Agairi, regardless of personal safety, he lett cover under f. heavy machine gun fire and caiTled a badly wounded comtHde to sftfety. Hl� indiyidual Are You In Search of Better Health THEN make no mistake you will never fully obtain it as long as your teeth are allowed to remain in a condt--tlon of decay and neglect. We could fill a page of this newsnaper with solid indisputable facts in support of our statement and then we would not tell the en-tire story. Ask any medical man, your own family physician by preference, and hc will confirm what we say. Do not let foolish dread of a. dental operation stand in your -way. Dentistry At We Practise It Is a Gentle Art Drs. Bruiier, Richards & Nelsin High Grade American Dentistrjr PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETHBRIDGE. 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