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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TM\inAY.' FEBRUARY 1, H)J,8 THE rjiJ^HBRlDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NLNB any Special Values Spring Goods Tomorrow NEW COTTON AND NAINSOOKS; NEW PIQUES AND INDIAN HEADS; NEW SHIRTINGS AND ROMPER CtOTHS; NEW FLANNELS AND FLANNELETTES; NEW TOWELLINGS AND TOWELS; NEW TABLE DAMASKS AND TABLE SETS; NEW DBEiSGt GOODS AND SILKS; NEW HOStfRY AND GLOVES;. NEW R0!ViP^R3'A(y|b CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSESf NEW HOUSE DRESSES AND APRONS- AND THE FIRST SHOWING OF THE NEW SPRING OUTER GARMENTS IN CLOTH AND SILK SKIRTS; TWEED AND COVERT COATS AND CLOTH AND SILK DRESSES. nIw embroidery cottons. 36 to 4'Jt Inches, wide. ICxcellent ^A._ (liml'itlos. ^poc. yuluos 2ric to' 1UC new long cloth. S6 Inches wide. Splendid heavy cloth. Very OC^ strong nrtd dunilile............CtOV. glass towelings. Wilto wUh rod over chock. 20 to 22 inches wide, Special 20c and..... fine colored voiles. Sky, pink, niauvo and tans. 40 inches 7C#� wide. Special- ,.............. f vC finest white voiles. Plain and neat stripes, as good values as �TJC last year. GOc to.............. I uC fine grade marquisette. 42 Inches wide. Excellent quality. 7C_ black and white............. IDC 25c heavy romper cloth. blues and neat strlpos. .30 In. wide. Special ...>.......... striped suiting poplin. Wide in a big variety ot wide art() rtan'ow' stripes. ..... white flannelette. Many special values In various grades. oa 3,S to 35 inches wide. 25g and .. OUC apron gingham. Fine checks, 40 inches wide. Indigd hluefs. Special 25c and turkish towels. White or white with colored borders. | a a 500 to ...... .......... 1�UU roller toweling. The beat values to be round anywhere. 20c to .................... Plain 38c ;iG in. 45c 35c 25c The Sale Continues of all Coats and Furs at 20 p. c. Off prices at such a re-,duction are much lower than you Will meet with for many seasons to come: , . extra, ladies' hudson seal coat. . . . $132.00 First grad� Hudson Seal. S8 inch sweep. 45 inches long. All of self. A be.iutiful garment lined throughout with �fancy colored: satin. extra, ladies' ontario rat coat .... $90.00 Boat quality..- obtainable. Full furred,: ?yfell matched Hklna. tJOjlncheailpng. Lined throughout with heivy satin. A lovely coat and extra spec lal value at the salfe pricia; " LADIES'i LISLE HOSE. Superior nuamy. Silk lisle, white,  black and tans.- All much better 'value than can be had fXip now. 50� to............. ,1 OC . BEAUTIFUL CREAM SERGE. Splendid grade of pure wool. 44 . inches wide. Heavy weight. Very scarce goods. o g|v Yard ____ ............ ^?V SUEDE LISLE GLOVES. Heavy and very fine quality. Heavy stitching on back of white or black. All sizes. 1 OC Special................ . FINE EMBROIDERIES. Edgings Insertions, boadings, corset embroidery, all-overs, etc. In splendid variety and at special prices'. 1.25 children's rompers of .Fapanese Crepe. Heavy and washable. Sky, pluk and white. Wide or tight knee. 2 to 4 year sizes. $1.00 and splendid house dresses. AH. good washing materials. Regular and extra large sizes up to 49. Special values Q AA at*IJ1.65 to ........... a*UU cloth and silk dresses. Very special values in hand-soriie models and cheaper than you will see later on. $17.50 to ....... NEW SPRING COATS. A tew new lines of covert and Donegal $25.00 to . 35.00 35.00 Clarke & Co. THE LADIES' STORE PHONE 453 612 third ave. S. DISTRICT NEWS SPRiNG COUI^EE (From Our Own Correspondctit) prlng Coulee, Jan. 2S.-The wea-|r haa turned decidedly changeable ing the last fev/ days. I'^ednesday the ladles.far and near jnded a 'iThiinble Patty" at the le of Mrs. Geo. Gulp, tli� occasion ig the ,3rd birthday ot her grand-ighter Mildred Ackeherg. Dlilner served at 3 o'clock. Those pros-wore Mr. and Mrs. Workman, Mr. Mrs. .loUiffe,: Mr. and Mrs. Wood, Ackoberg, the two Misses Kelleys, s WUllams,.,MrB. Plowell, Mrs. Mo-thy, Mrs. .Ibhnson, Mrs.' Orrock, Campbell, Miss Sang, Miss Parkin and'i^rs. Crocker. The dlstln-bhed,gues.ts.w,ere: .Margaret Mun-, Gerald Kelleyl*Baby. Jean,. Helen Kelly (Bugenla), Alice Wood and Ian M. Ackoberg,, Many were tue -upa of,these jmrenile gueats until hostess _worii put, retired for her rnoon nap. 'JAHslng Kt tea-time -)'WB extremely sunny and by 8 iackolkt'ortalned her f�ther with her kefy rhymes;, thus ended a pleaa-J)lo and px-o'fltablo day. lossrs Ralph Thompson and Lloyd liter are giving a dancing party in now town hall uoxt Friday. They s*ving rotreshmontj) at midnight Ich win doubtless, bo appreciated pe wliitry niglits, . - YoiinQ People's Meeting meeting \ylll bo hold Wednesday ling to tlUcuBS the formation.of a ung Peoples Society" in conneo-wlth the local church, bl are cordially invited to meet at the home of Mrs. Crocker at 7 p.m., and it more, comes than the house will contain Mrs. Gulp has Wndly invited all to her spacious parlor. Miss Sang was a Lethbrldge visitor Saturday and Mlas Davis/today (Monday). . Mr. Harry, .^ollltte Ip attending-the engineering school this week. Mrs. Charles H. Kelley^U giving a Rod Cross tea" at hev home tomorrosv p.m. The church attendance is still increasing and it should tor we always jget ,an ..exceUent semon. V Plenty -of �food for thought during the'contiing week. ' /J'he text was.fj'om (JjetSS; Psalin and part of tUo 6 xerse. "Will Thou Not Revive Us Again?" Time will not permit my saying more a^out It. ' (From Our Own Corresnondent) Coalale, .Tan. 30;-The ladleS ot-this aiBtrlct, a score or niore,'\ylthout regard for tho position of the mercury in the theiTOomeler, met (n the School auditorium today tor Red Groan sewing. H was an nil day atfnlf. . Seeing machines were brought In antba fine 'amount of work waa done. Two or throe of the girls ot the;, district prepared dinner, w.^lch'.w^ssorved'-In the domestic soience rboril. We understand this is to be a weekly affair for bhe remainder ot the winter. More and more are the people ,oI the-dislvlct realizing tho asset theyvh^ve; Ip the sohool building.�� Ht' stabuld. 1)o the The Major Jack Ro$$ Chapter of I. WILL ftfoi-'D A , � .M VALENTINE PARTY : -  At|THE VETERANS' CLUB iON FRIDAY^ FEB.^8tlt The evenlna'has been a fewtdaya enrllcr/ �than V't*ntlne'e Day on account of the 9penlno of ,the Lenten Season. Vv. ' CARDS AND DANCING' A',".' �. , '.Voo^l'So'lot by . w . � �. MISS MAMIE BROOKS anil MR.'QEO.jFLCMIN^ Tickets 75b each cap bf hafi from any 'memtiir of the chapter, ' '/s.' � � ^, : , RUND8 FOR PAi;J5ijlOTIC WORljt .> A'^^^^^B centre ot all community activit>;, and is fast becoming so. Th4 Sunday School took a mission-; ary collection on Sunday for the relief ot the starving people in Asia Minor, which amounted to nearly $50. Not a bad showing for �� small school. Another young lad? has decided I9 live In bur midst, in the home of-Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carlson. The Hay Growers' Hall Company are holding their annual meeting tonight. They are holding a basket social and dance on Friday evening.-; Mr. U. E. Hasiel, who has been Arouml Coaldale. tpr about a yegr, and who for the past tew months has been prdi prietor of the b�rber shoir and pool room here, has enlisted with the A. M. Corps,' and will don Uhakl antl commencti his new duties shortly. , Roger l.,und returned on Tuesday morning from Winnipeg, where he �wa'g attending a lumbermen's convention; He reports cold- weather all iiloni' the line. 8quadr6p-In which.dorraan served In Italy;. Comiiiander Whitehead writes that, after being In the thick ot the heavy fighting against the Aiiatro-Cieri^an invaders tor; several  weeks, the' l^te Flight liloiitonant Gorm'an was tryltjg but a scout machine ut Padua, Italy, on the afternoon of December Hi. King Victor lOJiunanuel of Italy was present at the tliho. Oorman and aouie otl^er British ai)d Can'adlan pilots had been selected especially to demonstrate the SQdut inacliluea^whicli are the fastest fighting planiis usc^ by the allied:. The Ojttawa bby had reacJied a height of aflout.200 feet when hi^ engine Buddehly stalled. He tried to jturn, sharply and 'glide back to the nbrodroih^, hut liis machine buckli^d and nosddowvt dived to tlie..^^lLrtlt. King Victor and many prominent British, Italian and American offipials, who hart been examining the machine's, witnessed the accident and tlie unfor' tun'ate aviator was rushed in the' king's motor car to the nearest British hospital. He was attended by Ckptaln Ross Mllii^r, a CanMlan surgeon, but he never regained conacloushess an(l passed ayay at 12:30 the following mor'ntvg-his 2Gth birthday. Ho suof cumbod to a (ruoturo at the base of tti^ skull as yfoW as a broHen thigh an4 rlglib �ukle... From the -tirst hIs'.'Ctai) was regarded as hopeless. .Flight Lieut. Gorman wa^..burled at Paduu on Doceml^er 19, all the Britiih; and French airmen tliero Httendtng^ The Italian gove)-unientj seut� bbdy-' guard of 9-. Fob. I.-l>iixiiriuii-i fiain-bllng oatahlLsliments known to be Ire-nuentort by wealthy women and lociiitni in the faslilbnablc rcsldenllul Hactiotis ot tlm clly lire to be. Inv(!!tigat�(l through taking of testimony In opnii courf -lO.'islohH, It wan aiiiiouinrod lod.-iy by'the'district altorney'h ofliip. 'I'hc inqiilry is expected to be begun 'nd.xt week.' Information in tlic |in)t-c;cii-tor's j)ORse�slon, ucroriling to an iiij-slslant attorney, hIiows tliat tho wirn of oiHi' promltieni .\fv.' Yorker Inst $10,000 wllliin tVo liour.s in 0110 iit these places. On the upper West Sldi' lUerc are more than forty splundldly appointeil gambling places to wlilcli women motor every afternoon, taking their poill-greed dogs witli tlieni as mascots, and are served with tea and often stronger beverages while tliey engage In games ot cliauce, according to the district attorney's Information. I-".videncc that the proprietors of these IiouaeK ;n-e guilty''bf crooked practices in dealing with the patrons will be adduced ut the Intiulry, It was said. People's Forum Communications under this heading muflt bear the signatures of the writers. the preferential ballot Lethbrldge, .Ian. ;!1, 1918. Etitor Lethbrldge Herald: Dear Sir,-Please find me space for the following on the prot'orential ballot. 1 have read with gieat interest your editorials and Mayor Hardie's letter on this subject. 1 prefer the prefer- CROWNBRAND CORN^.SYR0P The most delicious of table syrups for Griddle GaUes and I lot Biscuits. Excellent for home inside cdndy. In 2, S, 10 and 20 pound tins- 3 lb. "Perfect Seal" (..-.lass Jars. Write for free Cook Book. \ the canada starch co. LIMITCO. IVlONTHfAL. ^1 J eiidal Imllot to .liiy oilior If llio .suiu-nilng up of til" votcij is carried tliroMgli to h liniBli. Take for an oxnuiple, an elcclion for two offices, or better, lor one only, which would show more clearly. There are four caniiidales in tile field for the one office.- Tl)�-balh)l oalln fora i'oni-plete marked biillat: for all four, none lining left otv. U'hen counting up the votes yoti take the first.dhoices given to one candidate, you multiply that number l)y four, the number 01' candi-dales. Then take tlio seconil cliolco:; of the same ciandldate and uiultiply that number \iy three. Then the third choices l)y two, leaving the fourtli ns it .stands. Then add the whole together and you ha>ve exactly Uie standing of the candidate in public favor. The rest to be computed in the snuui manner, you iavo the standiuB of all tour computed In a fair way. There t^m be no unfairness shown. * The old style was not so bad. c;om-binalion could land the worst ot the four, or it could land the best, that is, by the old game ot plumping. The same can be done by the present pre-terontlai ballot as the mayor lias shown, handled as it has been with not completing the full ballot and demanding over 50%.. Tlie cumbersome way of dropping the lowest and voting ftver again until the voting for the last two, will not work. I am fully aware that it is used in l.ibor iiiiiuii.s, bill then, all voters aro in nun room lugother, iinil they don't; Ko homo "to morning." I hiivo covered, all that I can ox-' peel you to I'lud sjiaco for. Thanking you i|^ advance. 1 remain, Voiir.s truly. ..... .1. lilTCHIli, . . !70;j lilh Ave., .Vortii, 1 CONFISCATE TRANSPORTATIOM LINES j Louaoii, Feb. 1,.-Owing to the break j between ilie Bolslieviki government juud- Runianiii. the revolutionary committee of llie Blai'k Sea Fleet has resolved to confiscate the means o(: transport belonging to Rumania, ac-.. cording' to an Kxcbange Telegraph dispatch from Petvograd. About forty steamships and several warships have ; been seized in Hlack Sea harbors. CAPTURED in snow Nelson, B. ('.. Jan. 30.-After break-1 ing away from u working gang at tho .Nelson Provincial Jail, George Duclow was run down and captured in the deep snow two miles up the mountain above the city this jafternoon. Duclow was serving a six months' sentence tor vagrancy, about half of which tlmo hud been spent In the local jail. Amsterdam, Fob. 1,-Tlie almost complete lack of uottrlahmeht in maiiy 01 tli4^ food "substitutes";now being sblt^ in Oer^nany )s arousing a storm ot! .tvarntng fronj' Qiprmaii isclentists, wh^ declare that, gbvernnieht supervision of the whole substitute food traffic Is an immediate.necesslt,}^. Pro-fesso.^ Juekenack of the University of Berlin, writing in the Vossische Zel-tung, says:  , "ft.is useless any longer to hide the truth. Unless the Government activity iniervcnes to^put some control over the flood of substitute foods with which wo are overwhelmed,, the end of the WRr will also see the end of Germany's populatfon. Moreover the remaining two-thirds will be bo enfeebled from , ipaiiuitrition that they will bo unable to pniforra the immense tasks of recuperation and restoration. "The devil alonfe kno]ws �what are the lugrodionts of thousands of these wretched substitutes that already db duty for butter and eggs, oil and milk, flour and.spirits, meat and broth, cbf-teo'and sugar, tobacco and tpa, fish ancj_ sausTige, che.eso and caviar, and so on without end. " * � ,, VTho latest products'of the Ingenious ,substitute-mongers are really tpo terrible to be tolerated. A preparation of iprudo kerosene i a nbwr being largely ^old as trying oil,.nnd 800 cases ot sertqus illness together with . nine deaths have been tracld to its use Ip Berfin alone. A pireparatlon oalleQ "goose dripping" Is prepared froip dog's (at: egg substitute form a mlif-tiire of ch^lk aijd having powder; oavlar from fish scales, and bread frpm straw. What people, no matter bow patriotic, can hold out onsnch fare?"   A GOOD ONE ON THE HUN8 l^omo, Jan. !�.--Gennany claims tb havje found in mo Italian ocouplbd pWivinoOB the origlnHl painting "Venuf and the Organ Players.'V. which it'll jiiMrted- was transported to i^erliii, UhUbu art experts are much'amu^ei (jviijrithlii report, as the orlgliwl pic,-, tufte hfttkjieeu In Madrid for a hundretj" yaaVs, having been bnugtl at a'sale pictures ot Obarlos First of l^nglan^ It ;li � well known fact thutaevbral It'* You'll Do Better at Teeple's Furniture Specials por February Bed Davenports One of the newest de.ligns. massive colonial frame in fumed oak, spring seat and back upholstered' �in genuine goatskin; which Is entirely separate from the bed spring. No handle or strap showing in tho^ back or seat. Construction guaranteed. See the new Davenport in the window. Specially priced qq fumed oak davenport. Built on straight lines* with full sprang constrtiction. Seat and back upholst; ered in a Jilcasing design of splendid wearing quality wool tapestry. Shades of tans and creams in snuiU. figures. ;The construction of this Davenport /JC 'AA is aljsplutely guaranteed for five years. ... u3*uU same davenport, as /KBQSJE. Upholstered in rich brown Craftsman leather tguaran- n r a a teed)................................... OD.UU Library Tables In the Jacipbean (pronounced Jack-o-he-an) is a style that originated In England 300 years ago. Karly Engllsh.housos were open and exposed, with imu'(ense rooms and file furniture had to bo built strong and substantial. � You will like such funiitura in your homo, because it is truthful, dignified, dopondnble. Because it has the very attributes you like most in people. The oak i.s finished in a blackish brown sh^de, rlth and glowing. Partstof the pieces are rubbed to give that worn and'used'effect of musty antinuedom: Tile quaintly turned legs and supports is a character-Istiji qf the style. Trim panels of cane lighten tho effect ot the-solid blocks. ,  Table is Splendid VtJue at $38.75 Arm Chair to umtch with nil wool tap-entry. Spring seat, at only ........'. 18.00 Mission Library Tables Made of solid oak throughout, finished fumed; top 26x42 Inch, with nlpo size utader shelf, i inch square legs ..,...;........J....).. Library Table-Solfd opU throughout'; straight' .lines; top 22x30 inch06, .tbe ends and corners In the fumed finished. � o f At ...,r........... .............. 14.00 Ladies' Desk An exceptional value. This handsome Adam design is carefully made and finished a rich dull mahogany, large, rooiny � desk space and long drawer witfi flutings and classic decorations and taper logs also very moderately priced, so reasonable that you ought to see It today and secure it for the plerisure it will give you in, your home. I!4 iilchos wide, 17.'Inches ileep, 42 Inches high. 1 'AA At Only lO.UU Beautiful'white Enamel ladies' desk. Nicely finished throughout'. 27 inches wide, 1�. inches deep by 40 Inches high. A 'design most pleasing for your daughter's bed |A AA. room at the very low price lU.VV combination desk.' T^argo roomy desk with lots of elbow room, large double cupboard finished in rich golden oak grain. Built for ser- 14 7C vice at only............... 14*1 v A Bidding Contest to Dispose of a Handsonte Morris Chair. A unique merchandising feat has been conceived to dispose of a handsome new Morris Chair. It is the only one of its kind in the city, Made of selected quarter sawed oiik',' fuihecl finish". Splendidly constructed wiUi full leather box seat and loose cushion back, toned to match frame. Back has four different positions, and Is an urtiele of furniture which twill' addi xA\\ forlable piece of furniture. It is being �^offered in this unique manner for the purpose ot giving publicity to our Furniture Depart^uont, >w Much WiU You Bid! Q^aUty Furniture j^d'Grj^cerjet V',' 061?3242 ;