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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIK LKTIimUIXiK DAILY IIKHALD TIK'HSDAY, DKCKMDKH 28, CLARKE CO. The Store Phone 453 612 Third Avenue South Special Friday and Saturday Values in Hosiery, Gloves, Corsets and Underwear NUAL FU 11 12 GARMENT SALE Find jiiti.l absolute i-li-iiraiicc ol all our urw sniis. coats, i-lulii ami silk dresses: all I'm- neckpieces, mini's aiiil ninu-lioil sets. ;il the lowest von will iiifi-i with this season and for mauv seasons in come. It is ;i fixed policy of this store to clear out- every garment during (lie season tor whicji it was bought. Turn- lias come. 'now when this must be done and it is not question of what each garment, is really worth, but of what it willorins' t'or quick all through these stocks you'll find clearance prices for Friday and Saturday that do not represent anything like actual worth, but are sure to bring MS the desired result in the shortest possible time. Slion eari-y. Here Are the Real Facts in Dollars and Gents We Let the Prices Tell the Story if. i our best Cloth Goats on sale Choice of our entire stock. Kritlay and .Saiur- a coa! reserved. Take your pick. All Cloth Coats worth up to 19so htcliided in l.liis Friday Saturday Sale. Some e.xeellenr a'aniu.'iits wonderfully Great Clean-up of Dresses Taffetas, ilesselincs. Poplin and Seru'es. A allies up lo .-522.50. ALL Krmini- Set Pilch Set......... .NIOO Pointed Fox Sel lijark Fox MuIT .Si'T.riO Iceland .Fox Set lilack Set nifick Black Vfolf .MnIT JHaek Rat Set Hal Coats. 50 in. Special Children's While Purs in iji.'i.OO, -litt.OO and up to S65.00 Sels at. Any suit in this slock worth up to -S'-JO.OO. Sotn'e U'o'od clioosiim; still lel'I..All new styles'. Any Suit up to W Jr I v Wliidi includes all our best i-menls. Wonder- hilly cheap for ihis final two dav sale. finest Golf Jackets, Wool Small -aiul hiruv sizes. Short ami loiiir loiio-tlis. up. Don't Suffer From Piles Send For Free Trial Treatment No matter how long or how your druggist today and get a cent bos ol Pyramid Phe Treatment. It J W. FLAVELLE'S IMPASSIONED EARNESTNESS 1 .-11 Lit Ttt Pyramid Smile Freta Single Tritl. will give relief, and a single boi often cares. A trim package mailed free in plain wrapper if you send us coupon below. FflEE SAMPLE COUPON PYEAJIJC DRUG COMPANY, v ESS Pyramid Mich. Eend ine a Free sample of Pyramid Pile Treatment, in plain wrapper. Name Street Vltr. State......._... ._.J GUARANTEE SWISS NEUTRALITY Paris, Dec. A dispatch to tbe Journal Des Debats from Geneva Eays: "The Swiss federal council has, ac- cording to information from Berne, received formal assurances from idcliess deluered Mr. J. lavelle beiore rhe Canadian I Chib ut Ottan a Saturda-v w as dis- tmguished an, impassioned earn-' estness new in the discussion of pub- lic affairs, m this country Mr.' Flavelle is .charged with the task of seeing that Canada produces all the war munitions that she can possibly tuni out for use in the war. jHe h. s been diligent in this busi-j 'ness ever since he took cliarge of it.' Now he Is more .than that, for he is afire with zeal in the work-he is do- ing JTIayelle has corae >baek to after being at the front, where he saw war as ii is, where he saw the need for munitions, and where-' he saw what the soldiers from this. country are doing for tbe de- fence of .us all; Looking over his audience at Ottawa Mr. Flavelle said 'The thought that came to My God. what have these men done: to be punished: in: this way while you and I are comfortable at home mak-; iug money? And I asked. How we make ourselves worthy of These j i "I ask you. Judges of the Supreme! members of the government, and business, men, do you mesn to play a part worthy of these men at the front? "It is costly to do a. good, piece of Jove' our ease. Tt is not true that we keep 'out of politics be- cause they 4i inst. Tlie president, fi. D. Hummon i opened tlie meeting by "giving a re- [view of the year's work, which was i well received. This was followed by j the superintendents of various de- j partments of fair reporting, and ..judging from the reports tire exhibits. I were above the average in nearly every department. Tlie only depart- ment to show a falling, off was that oi roots and vegetables, which was for by the fair being held earlier than usual. In spite of the wet weather encountered the fair was a success frbm a financial stand- point, for according to the report of the secretary-treasurer there is a- small balance on tbe right side of the ledger after paying ail prize money and other indebtedness. The elec- tion of officers resulted as follows: President, B. D. Hummon; 1st vice- president, J. I. Baskerville; 2nd vice- president, J, K. Teskey; secretary- treasurer. iA. K. Qiiayle; directors, H. A. Bui-wash, T. N. Burwash, C. C. White, E. L. Nowlin, Wm. Wh iie, S. E. Thorn nson, -I. H. Shearer, Stanley Robinson, C. H. Measlnger. D. O. McKay.. F. Walker, Angus A. F. Wilson. DOUGHNUTS SHOULD NOT -BE EATEN Doughnuts are hard to digest and may cause appendicitis. Lelhhridge peo'pte should know that simple buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc.. as mixed in Adler-i-ka. often relieves or .prevents appendicitis. This simple re was great joy in England when the 7.3ppa recently brought I''remedy acts on BOTH upper ami nucu UUL ui iJuiiLivo mcie; nan {jicai, ju; 111 r.-ngmiiu e VfGTfr TCCRnv FuugllL BY are too dirty. Wo keep down. Everybody, eveii the staid Liindon "Bobby" patrolling his beat, bought lower bowel lolitics because we are un- papers and eagerly readme Socrt tidings. This photograph was taken ing foul matter that ON t; bl UU MU I-, out of pi willing to pay the price and give up our own ease- H is much easier to criticize." Mr. Flareile has come back home t alter seeing. Canada's sons fighting Germany guaranteeing once more land falling-at the front, and after Switzerland's neutrality. The assur-f seeing in England how the whole ances were, given as the result of the j people are Bevbting themselves to i'ear recently prevailing that'Germany jtlii enormous tasks the war imposes, was preparing; to break through Swit-jand the cool indifference of this zerland into France and icoantry to all that is taking place under the shadow of the great lions in Trafalgar Square. REG1NA SCRIBE TOOK DOCU- MENT FOM PREMIER'S DESKiin Mr. Martin's private Jffice'ih the i legislative buildings In Regina That Is Findinn of Commission After jtweeri the 17th and 21st days of NOT a Carefui Investtgation vember, 1 both inclusive." relieves almost ANY .CASE constipa- J tion; spur stomach or gas. A'" short: treatment helps chronic Etomach i abstracted from a drawer in Iho' deshl vCASGRAlN ILL Ottawa, Dec. T. Chase Caegrain, postmaster-general, is cen- fhKd to his bed with an attack ot Hhuro-iineuraonia. The minister had planned to spend Christmas in Mont-' treal, but became ill. His condition; now shows improvement. j spurs him to such speecii as he lias never .used the To- ronto Star. DEMOBILIZING GREEK ARMY London. Dec. foreign office has received advices that the Greek government is carrying out its pro. mise to demobilize the Greek army. IN CANAtS tha cheapest food known. Hame bread baking the high cost of living by lessen- ing the amount of expert.' sive meats required to supply, the nourishment to the body. Rerun IE.W.6ILLETT COMrVWf UMI7TD llegiua. Sask.. Dec. The Guire royal commission 'appointed i recently to investigate what was cuH-j CARMANGAY (From. The Sun t .Mr. and -Mrs.1 Anon" lloyilei and; from aml JIrs. oeorse Green, of left this week on a to n ar-' iioints in the United-States. ticle on rural credits published in its I, Tht; Kcholara "f school jdeparLment of Carmangay school issue of Novemuer 21 teat has made I presented their teacher, .Mr. Crispo, the "high .official which the liegiua Daily. I'ost news-! ville. ]eft this week on a visit'to paper obtained information in an ar- in United-States, ticle 1: a report, which was made publlc'this with a set of military brushes ami evening. It will be remembered that the "ar- a of clothes brushes todfiy -before tbe close oi school for thn Xina tide complained of professed to IK; j holidays. The presentation was based on "a high official source." and i made by Miss Nellie; Snyder. stated that the question of-a nrralj A (juiet wedding took place at the credits bill .Tor. Saskatchewan be-lhoino of Mr. and W. iug discussed In executive council. After soins into the evidence in detail, tbe report closes" with the following findings: ,_ of Carmangay, on Thursday. Dec. i'l, when their dauKhtcT. Lily Ann. Fmv- ler, was united in marriage to Ernest lilue iiv the presence of therefore, find (lie report (I) relatives oi' tlie faniily. that the. official men- i The ceremony was nort'ormerl iiy. Itc.v. tioned in the said article in Ke-in. Ii. Tclfer. .M.A. Tin: happy 'young ina Daily Post was not [coiijih; will snend their artMi" or any other meinbtT of She 'at the home of the mother (government of Saskatchnwan that i at Pentlleton, Orogr.n. On fhetr re- the source of MIC atlngations in said turn they will reside on Mr, TJIiiu's 'high. articles described therein as official source' was a typewritten me mo rand it in and the penciled mem. farm east of There was only af-tendanco at the annual mcetrni- of thu..Agrl- oranria thereon' and attaciied thereto cultural Society held on the CREAM WANTED HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR 1 CREAM, AND CHECK FOR EACH SHIPMENT BY RETURN MAIL MILK MILK AND CREAM DAILY. BABIES' MILK supplier from individual ,'ows that have passed the test by the govern- ment V8h0i'iiiariai7. EDGEHILL DAIRY Phone 1524 801 7th St. S. The Truth About Germany IFPTliF LLuitJliL "Experiences iind Observations in Gerinitny" By L. Luck. SLA. V Kncx Ciiurcli, friday, Dec, 21 At. 8.15 P.M. Under Aiispiees of High Scliool 25c. Proceeds for Patriotic Fiind MR. LUCK WAS FOR SEVERAL'-MONTHS 'A PRISONER. OF WAR IN GERMANY. .C is HAVE YOU OXK t COME AND 1IEA1J IT If you have one corne and select some new records. We carry as complete a slock as can be secured. Leave us'yoiir name find address anil we will you a Hst of tbe new records -listed each month. COME AND SEE US. YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME. The AssiniboiaMusic Ck "EVERYTHING MUSICAL" STREET SOUTH, (NEAR LETHBR'IDGE ;