Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TEN THE r.ETHBniDGE DA1IA' HERALD TUESDAY, DECHMHRn 17, 1013 A Great Christmas Clearance Sale Begins at This Store Tomorrow Morning And Continues Every Business Day Until Christmas i f INVOLVING OUR ENTIRE 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 1-4 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 ENTIRE LINE, 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 A splendid range ol new colors for Chrislmas just to hand. Heavy Silk Hose Many new colors jusl received in a specially good iquality hose. New Striped SiikHise Lovely quality sillc. Colors brown, tan, taupe, black, white, champagne, etc. Ribbed Tip Silk Black and 'white only. Heavy silk leg. Very elastic top. WUU Chamois Gloves, Full range of sizes just to hand.' White with black stitching, washable. Waskable Cipe Gloyei, .stock; 'heavy" walking_ glove r Gray Suede Gloves Excellent wearing glov'es. Same price as last year. -All sizes. Finest Dress Kid Gloves to Black with white with black, all black and various shades of all guaranteed. We Have Been Doing Big Things in the Sell- ing of Furs and Outer Garments Never before had a season like it; never before sold so many garments, such nice garments; never before'did any- thing like the amount of business in this department in actual dollars and cents. BUT NOW THE'SEASON IS PRACTICALLY OVER, WE'RE ANXIOUS TO SELL WHAT WE HAVE LEFT..DE, TERMINED TO CLEAR OUT EVERY GARMENT DURING THE SEASON. Savings Are Bigger Than We've Ever Offered Before but we're policy of absolute'clearance earlier this season than usual, so that you have the benefit of big savings just at the time when Chrislmas needs are being supplied. All suits anil coats -worth up 10 Beautiful velours and brojdcloths, fur trim- med, browns, etc. 10% OFF o( silk, Ecrse, c ess in the stock.' 10% OFF or silks, crepe de Incl Black.Wolf Set, Sale All drtsaes o( silk, Ecrse, etc., iatludiug every r.eir dress' in the stock.' All waists or silks, crepe de cbincs, geor- gettes, etc., Included. Sale Natural Coon Taupe Wolf Set, Sale Finest Canadian Beaver Cape, 'Sale Natural Wolf Set, Sale All finest coats up to Includ- ed are velours, etc. In many now coloring. Is up u etc. In many suits worth m, navy, clo. Ixivcly new suiU wonh up lu Serges in brown, [15.08. All new suits, world up to JoO.Ofc Finisi trscs In many EtyltB end colors. Finest Rat Coat Verj- full furred. ..dark, rich rat, evenly matched stripes- 50 inches long, SO Incli sweep, lined Tfith heary brown poplin Bilk, sizes to ,11. A won- derful coit at the price. Xmas Hat Sale This one sale price includes our en- tire stock ol American and French pat- tern hats. Wonh up to and Some splendid choosing left. newest worth up 10 Tweefo and tbiucbllbE In'test styles ond, colors. All coats worlli up to J2T.SU. Splendid heavy tweeds .In grey.and brown mlitures. Large and Email slzi'i. All our best suits, worth up lo JGO.OO. Serges, worsteds, etc, Red Fox Set, Sto Sable Cape Set, Sale Ermine Cape Set, Sale1 Black Siberian Wolf Set, Sale Ring Tail Opossum Set, Sale Girls' Red Fox Set, Sale Beantiful Xmas S'rks to Handsome messelaines and cord silks .in newest stripes and clocks. All 36 in. Habotai Underwear Splendid weight, washable, 36 in. wide. Colors sky, flesh, maize, ivory, paddy, alice, black, etc. Wash Crepe Beautiful ,sofl quality, pure silk, 36 inch. Colors maize, sky, ilesh and white, Black Ducbesse to Various qualities in 36 inch silks, all "extra good.values and very suitable for Xmas waist, skirt or dress lengths. Pure Linen 'Kerchiefs 35c .'.Daintily, embroidered, while- and colors. Very special value. Handkerchiefs, boxed 75c, Two and three in a box, pure linen, hand embroidered in while- or colors. gifts..- Initialriahdkercbiefs, box All letters to choose (rom. Pure linen, three in a box. Embroidery 'Kerchiefs 50c to Many handsome designs in, pure linen, embroidered by hand in .white or daintvcolors. r__... African Fine Tribute (o irjditlnns oU Britain on every battle-. I fielfl in 'Europe and elsewhere, and, ably and Tviiole-heirUdly partnered bv her allies, had emerged victorious from the most colot-al struggle known to history. The Dominion ministers were now asEembliiuj to aid in the solution of the future coarse, eaid 'the mlntiter. The Trorld had been shocked the ot 'MiiaUon-i SOIOFMLOSI i Britain Dec. (He fen. Botha, premier of South aim find his parly arrived at Tilbury The unijtness or Germany to rule tbe native races ot South Africa waa 1 evident, by-ils brutal ani! Inhuman I treatment of the- natives of the Southwest African protectorate. The f lot SoatU African Union, con- 1 Gen; Botha, rras abiding peace, aim logktlly embraced Ihe CLOSE OF NAVIGATION courage, cool foresight and daring A correspondent ot tlie Xew York 1 reconnaissance were Invaluable to liis suggests that the late German Em- commander and an inspira- peror be confined on the leper Island and V A special guard of South African! !JMl ,o1 .tlie, firoops, accompanied by a batd and the among the na- availed the (reneraTs fy ltmB' and nn-inl on the station platform. He !ndu.sUT- The German colonj on Its ,M is jreeted by McuL-OBn. Smnta and repngenlalives of Kinc Gcarje and .Premier Lloyd Oeorge. i. In the course of an'ralen-ieir Qen the Uiioc pur- tulnj her future in undisturbed ty and lengthening her right to larger niewurt of ooclidencc In man- a'gloc (in stfsjrs at Vrathern por- jenunenl would heartily support the irlaim of the doiulnloug ito iha Gtr- fain' colonies. It "was impossible for an? South EtitcEman to icojjle'jc-e In a policy which woald place a dliturb- Jng element on tbe border of Soaih yeare he could not refrain from ei- presilDK bis admiration lor the iray British people had risen to I WINNIPEG, Dec. report lata this afternoon Indicates that fifteen are missing, all presumed dead, as a result ol the destruction by fire of a Canadian Pacific railway coach at Bonneur this morning. A li.it of tboac lost CB far aa can be ascertained fol- lows: n. Lar.cy, ticketed Calgary to Wnd- TOHONTO, Dec. would like to sound two notes ot warning, un- necessary, perhaps, but nevertheless a. sate eald Pre-ldent II. K. Rurnaby today at the tlfth annual meeting of the Unlied "Fnnnors" Co- Company, Limited. "Tbe not been lifted on free BUFFALO. X.V., Dec, The arrival o[ the steamer w. Grant Jlorden today with a cargo ol wheat marked the close of navigation at this port nnd brought the total .amount ot grain afloat and In elevaLorB up to bushels. There are US vessels In the Trinler storage Meet carry.lbe 000 tno-lhlrds of which Is wheat TEACHERt WILL STRIKE TORONTO, DK. 17__Sixty-five out of 72 MiuriU fcrratl ttKhtr> of golnf' en Btribe tomcm celvi of for llvlnf wife hrve.lent to Mp- aritc Khool boird, and to which no atlintiar hn been SOI. Mrs, C. L. Buclianan, llcteled Gccea- way, Man., to SUSBCI, D. Mrs. C. N'. Hunter, tlcbet-d irom Re- fflna to St. John. E. Miss E. Smith, ticketed f.ochwood.' Sask., to Toronto, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Monk man and bibv, ticketed Kerrobert to Toronto, auppoied to be from Consort, Altt. .Mrs. Joseph Cochrane, Ucfceled Rus- sell. Man, to Baxter, X. S. Pte. olh battalion, Quebec. lickeied Winnipeg to Toronto. Woman and little bey, ticketed Win- nipeg to Out Tro unidentified passengers, Hegina lo Beltevlilc. Woman, Winnipeg lo Elorrf, Worn ATI Tteglna to N'.ip'inet. ban has not been lifted on free] speech, and U Is more than llkelv thai l v v detectives will be preient at all meetings. 1 am sure we do not want to break the Iftwa ol our coun- try, nor do we want to see soy dis- turbances. Therefore T assort that we be careful In our reratrks that no such unplenxanlneis be experi- enced at this convention." The convention of the fanners 111 open tomorrow. EN ROUTE HOME Japan inen .vnd with tht Tinceasir.g vigilance otf their iranaporttd and fed ACCMTOV. -ibrank from no sacrJ-j O 0 v C- v 4- v v LOS Calif Dec ftce In order ic secare Tfcloir. nuMraf only raised end equipped m tlie ABOLISH DEPARTMENT here list night en route to mWdle ot a great war millions of OF PUBLIC SAFETY. Japan afler paying an official rlalt MONTREAL, Dec. The EagUnd. where he presented city administrative commission to King lie Is ace on a threal by union officials or a secood flremcn'a and Tcen'fl strike today, abolished the department o? nubile safe- ly alter Director Tremblay had resigned. ihelr .vnnlei. bnt also assisted tbe rmlcs of the peoples or the allied neylral nations, Their armies, ths able leaderahlp of Field I Tv'noBe acquiinUnce he on the imillelfeld of South j accom- by eeveral Japanese including LJeutXien. Godo Shibak and Marquis In one. president of the department of a Ha In of the royni family. The party will nail for Japan p 'on the steamer Siberli from Fran- RIOTING IN ODESSA ODE93A, Dec. rioting occurred hen lut night when tppeMd to the hetmin of tht Ukraine raltfed the city prlion. Forty pcrionn were killed. ElflHl hundred of the aiherenti of the het- man's reflirne, wen rtleittd. WANT VOTES FOR 1if VR. BERLIN, Monday, Dee. (Aitoclited hun- dred boyi And panned thi >1mli of the city today ort way la the buildir.fi, where ihe wOfik- It beinf held. They demanded, votes for pencni 11 yean the abolition of corporal punithment in tchooli >nrf the particlpttlen by children in the adnilnlftration the government and The and Dec, (Canadian Prejs, via Walter U 2nd Dritleh Col a ml) (a rctlmcnl, according to the Gazette, secured the Victoria Crois for mo3l cor.splcyous bravery, devo- tion to duty tnlUltimo durlap tne 'rrperaLIong oE Arras from Sept. to Sspt. t, 1918. Ahead of his com- Lpanr he rneacd irencn occupied by 'i Urge party of ibe enemy JEontlly baj-onelted two and captured j 10 men. Ho liter locitetl und en- Kith great eklll, under con slant -artillery fire, an eacrny who 1 iraa cauMDg TninT rasuaHIeg. He then rushed the section of the trench from which the sniper had been opcr- ;ating and eo demoralizer! tbe enemy I by his coolneii and daring that 30 others Kurrc-ndered to him. Again. regardless ot personal safety, he kft cover under t, heary machine giin fire and ctrrled a cadly woDnded fiimrmlfl lo safety. His imllTHual Are You In Search of Better Health TUBS' make no nilElako you will full? oMaln It as Ions ap 1'our teelh arc ellowcd to remain In ft cor.di- of rtociy and nculccl. Ve coulil rill a page of (his neivsnapcr with eollfl In- dlspiilablo facia In support of our etale- menl and then we would not tell Uie en- lire slory. Ask any medical man, your own family physician by preference, and lie will confirm what TTO jay. Do not let foollsb dread of a dental operation ataod In your ray. Dentirtry At We Prictiie It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Braner, Richards Ntlsin High Gride American Dtntiitry PHONE 363 On Blk., 4 Doors from Lsthbridge Hotel, Lttkbridjc LETHBRIDOE, ALBERTA CALCARY EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON CRI5TALL BLOCK.