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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MISS COLLINGS .Of the Ladies' Wear Dept. has every cen-fidcnce that the following specials will materially aid in reducing her stock. She Has Also Outlawed 50 Voile and Pique Waists. Not ordinary voile wnf but made nf suf i Xonmnv' voile in finish daintv siylts find either severe or with i'rilly ku e edgings. Hanging in values up to they will go at A; Great Snap :n Messc-Uine Underskirts In Copenhagen, rose, cerise, green. blurk. purple, brown, notural. pinl; ann pale Mue. The rt\-;i:b;-Viilurf* of which are ?,i,mi and in offering them at �iM'.** she is easily beaming the whohv-ale n:arki t. Mr \ I he manager of the Hudson's Bay Co., having just returned fre held personally responsible in seeing that this%is effected. At a meeting of the responsible staff it has b^en decided that the quickest way of securinglhis result is to sacrifice immediate profits until stock resumes normal conditions, so for the following weeks until such time as this object is attained they will offer certain lines at special reductions. \W .would emphasize the fact that these goods an: nut Wearing lines -our January Sale cleared ^ out all oddments- but were bought for the coming spring business. And don't, let weather conditions prevent you taking advantage of such oXreptioual opportunities of purchasing for immediate and future needs, for once our stock;? are sufficiently reduced, the pviees will automatically return to their regular Uvel. ' - MR. LACKENBAUER Of the Shoo Department putt on twb very strong lines-even if you are not requiring, now, buy for future needs. * Ladies' Patent Leather Shoes With 10 inch black poplin tops and Louis heels. Absolutely new slock ami for the coming' season'. Regular value $8.0n. On Wednesday, Girls' Gunmetal Buttar Shoes For school or dress wear. The famous Buster Brow* make of high grade stock. Wide fitting, in all sixes, SVj (o H$. Regular $4.76, On Wednesday, TiudsoiVs Bern (Tompany MR. KOEN Of the Dry Goods' Department is very de- cidedly to the front with two offerings you cannot afford to miss. The first one is ~* 100 Yards Tea Toweling 17 inches wide with rtd + border. Very soft and absorbent. Limited to 5 yards to eaeh rustomer. Per yd Xo phone urders.- 100 Yards Damask Table Linen Ail pure linen and "fully bleached. In conventional designs. Full 71 Inches wide. Limited lo.ti yarcb; to er.-h " customer. I tegular $-2S>\). for, yard .No phone orders. f m 9? MR. WOODWARD Of the House Furnishings Department will give yju a rare chance of fixing up those interior decorations you have been thinking of by offering 30 Pairs of Lace Curtains And then for that drape In ecru, cream and white has placed on the tables in most dainty pattern?. These run all the way to ?3.25 hut for the next two days only you can have your choice foi 10 Bolts of Cretonne Xo two patterns or colors alike. The regular price of -"A-hieh are yard for. CONFIDENTIAL C^AT! READ EVERY WORD WILL RE-PAY YOU! WATCH far THURSDAY'S ADVT. V MR. BLACKBOURNE Has decided to give look in and solve that so is putting on sale 60 On If, Boys' Suits Made in Norfolk and Pinch that boy of yours a difficult suit problem, Buck Styles. splendid range of tweeds and fancy worsteds and in sizes from 20 to 35. Regular values run to $10.00, at the special price of \ S r Extra Special! F Men's Grey Woo) S*>xv lit medium weight. These are regular 40c- value but are to go at 25c pair. His object in selling those at such an absurd price Is to' create interest in. other lines and indue e you to come and inspect thm Noted Speaker Has Profound Faith in Western People Canada ai Crossroads i j opiji� his subject Fpbke' of the advances that Canada had made in both : material and moral things, threat pro-* 1 gres? had been made in material : things, and progress or wb^ch Canada had a right, to be proud. Great pro-1 ^rei-s ha*d also been made in the fine;-; things. Law and order had been \ preserved to a wonderful degree. Or. k Bland paid a great tribute to the northwest, mounted police and iheir snecesp. in the, stupendous task of. keeping law and order tn the great northwest. He also commented on the fart, that contrary to the history of the States, there had never been one drop of blood shed in any war-- fare between the Indians and tin:  white men. This was the finu nation I in the world to have given the aborigines the' square deal. He commented on the fact that religion and moral law had not been set aside in the development of the west, and that the churches and schoola had fairly well kept pace with the growth of the country. Canadian Character The development of Canadian character bad proceeded well. The Canadian.* were energetic a* proved by Hie great feats accomplished in railway building a"nd other enterpriser. They were courageous ue had been amply proved in this war. They were kindly, the kindliest people on earth. There bad been no great national olmaeieB ut the development o? the kindliness of the people, an had been the case in the states with the weak laws, tremendous grafting and ALLOW ALLIED PAPERS TO ENTEfl GERMANY i Uiiityva. Switzerland, Keb. l!).--Tho ban which several weeks ago was plac. ed upon British, French and Italian newspapers at the German frontier, i has now been removed and these pun-lications are being admitted "hht an-carefully censored, especially those articles enncerning the activities of American troops in^rance. FRENCH SOCIALISTS BEHIND IHE GOVI. ) I Kmidiaiically declaring h\y- profound conviction that the future of Canada rested- will) the western provinces, Dr. Sahmi Hlantl. of Winnipeg, last evening concluded a remarkably inspiring addl-ess on "Canada at the Crossroads," by the appeal to "make Canada a laud that w ill his known among .the nations us n land of the square deal, a bind of brotherhood and neighborlinr.sH."' "In the boom days," said Mr. Wand, "we always used to ask visitors what they thought of Canada, f once heard a distinguished visitor say Ihut be thought Canada was all right for fifth-rate people. Thinking it over, 1 concluded that Mas an apt term for . . Canada.' Any land is good enough j the Wavpry, or in England where the for first-rate people. Let us make i clans distinctions were bitter, this land the best land for fifth-rate! Denourcea Titles people, for the Common, every-day | From this J)r. Bland naturallv driti-people. where evevs nmn, woman and ' f:l, into 0 denunciation of the bore ,iid can live a happy, unfettered j ditary ;iUc aystemt which he said wa^ i not �vauted Hi (Canada, and did not fit 1  Canada's Progrew \ weU here. &..J: Shepherd was ciairm^n of the j Not Proud of Political Histroy fathering,, which numbered several' But there wa� oiio thing which i^itildred ^jeo^le. Dr. Blaud in devel-; Canada could aoi be proud and that i JS ^ V Jrf child Hfe.' iwflrf the development her politii-ai j life. The great efforts at the greai (political parlies for the HO nv 4** j years had i>een bent to the retention of power or the attempt to regain power, and all elsf had been neglected shamefully. 'The proper, development of the natural resources had been neglected, this was the outstanding example of pur neglect. These ,ft*ui been grabbed up by .speculators and ] grafters instead of being eouHnrve.d 'for national use, that they might aid in paying off national debt, and paying national expenditures "and ia$es. Appeal For Unity. I The great fault of Canadians ho j believed, was that they had been hi-; mrahly young. But (tUnadans were 'now at tparting of the ways, They ^were awake at last. Canada would j develop along different lines now, .along lines of national sobriety. - The ' CuiMJiaj; people had faith in their government now because it was born of unity of the people. Dr. Bland made a stirring appeal for"tbe unity : of the people, for the great hrother-( hood of man, for the setting aside of !*aJl racial and religiouK prejudice^ that 'they might unite to make the nation j *:reai. He was glad to ate the west .stand for naiionalizatiou of railways. He ' believed public ownership was God? way out of the yre*tut condition of iitrlfy among the people and among 1 the claBsea. Albeit Thomas Denounces Man Who Ridicules Alsace-Lorraine ( ry Paris, i'.-b. t�(.-The Socialist National coir, eniiou adopted yesterday 1 by a vol.- of 2'JIT to 218 a resolution jM-cepting as a >asi� of discussion by j thp hiter-iillied convention a vneino(-j andum prepared by the British �*"*-' I bm Albe;-i Thomas, former min/ster ! of i.-iuuii ions, speaking for the major � ity \ out by morning. They work while yoi sleep. A 30-ecnt box from any -dm? store means a clear he*4, sweet, moui t ach and clean, healthy liver and bowe action for months, C^Udrou love Ca carets became they never trips o 1 sicken.-AdvextiMdttA^ ;