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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta miss collingS ..Of the Ladiee' We�r Dept. ha� every confidence that the followina peelale will materially aid in reducing her itoek. She Has Alto Outlawed SO... Voile and Pique Wnlat*. Xut onllnnr.v voile walats. but mailc of soft finish Noruian'' voile in dainty styles and either severe or with frilly lace edging. KaiiRinK in values up to $3.00, they \vin to at At Great Snap in Mrsie-lalne Underskirts In Copenhaseu. rose. �'erlse. green, black, inn-plo. brown, mvturnl. pinU and pale Mue. The foguliir values of which are JS.DO -and in otforlng Ih6m ni $2.99 she is easily Ijoatiiig the iwholesalo market. the managed of the Hudson's Bay Co.j liaving just returned fiOth a meeting of the directors, brihgs back word that oUr inventory being over and balanced, it is found-that'ourstock-including purchases for the coming season-is $20,000 ihtxtcss of the usual allotment. V '; ^ He bringi^jceich head of department personal notice from headquarter^ thatjhis incjividuai stock must, be reduced to normal,^ artd that each head will ')e held pqiisbiially responsible in seeing that tliisiMs effected. At a meeting of the responsible S^ff it has b^n decided that the qmckesfway of sepurin^his result is to sacrifice immediate profits until stock resumes normj^l, conditions, so for the following weeks until such time as this object is attained they will offer certain lih^s at special reductions. . ^ jl We'Would ouiphaaUcrthe fact that these goods are not cleflrhtB'Jtuts-'our January Sale'cloarcd ^ out iiU oddmentB-but were bought for the coming .spribg busluoas. Ami don't let Weather cpn-ditionii prevent yoii taking advantage of such exceptional opportunlt{es of irarchaslng for immediate �mi future needs, for once our stocks are ^utficicutiy rediccd, the prices ^vill autoniatlcjilly raturn to their rogulnr IcvcL ' . - ' c �  , ' � mr. lagkenbauer Of-the aho� Dcpartmant puli en Iwk vair v.^^H^' , . Rrona'lliia*-eyan^lf yeu,ara net raqiilrlna v/'^]^^ , I , no'Wi biiy for future natdi.  - ? ^ / Ladlea! Patent Leather Qlrla' ,0unmeta1 uttai\^(/'l !> j-^'i-'-^  , " � fhoea �-'.�y'^.i/ . . AVlth to inch .black popliu For school or dress wCar./-- v^l . l^ps and I^ouis heels. Xb- Tho famous Buster brawi , , ' �olut�ly new stock and for moUo of high grade atook. the cbmln? seasonl nceu- Wide fitting.. In all aite^, Ijir value. �8.00. On Wod- SV6 to 1%. UeKular^Hlfii J noadny. On Wednesday, mr. woodward Of the House Fumlehingt Department will yive you a rare chance of fixlna ^up thoee Interior decorations you have b�e_;i.thinking of by,offerinfl t 30 Pairs of Lace Curtains In ecru, cream 'and -n'hlte In most dainty patterns. These run all the way to ?3.35 but for the next two days only you eau have your choice foi And then for that drape he has placed on the t^blej ,10 Bolts of Cretpnne Xo,two palterna or colors alike. The regular price of -which arc 55c yard for, yurrt A CONFIDENTIAL CkAT! . : READ EVERY WORD' IT WILL RE-PAY YOU! WATCH fdi- THURSDAY'S V. -r ADVT. ' � � mr. w> blackbourne Has decided to a>ve ' look In and solve that so la putting on sale ) - l 00 Only, Boys' Suits.. .Made In Norfolk and Pinch . liUck Stylda.' A splendid ' rnnee of tweod? uud fancy worsteds ond in sixes from 2U to '3d. Uegular values run to $10:00, tit Uie special pride of that boy ef yeura a'>V/. difficult suit problem, EKtm Special! - Men'a Gray Wool-abx^ v. ''lu medium -weight. 'These, nro regular 40c/valiieMiut are to go at 25o pair.lHIa object in selling those'at such absurd price la tiV create interest in other lines and induce yott to come and inspect tbete. ' �- 'er-.; k X RESTS WIIH WEST SAYS DR. BLAND Noted Speaker Has Profound Faith^iit Western People -, ' ^ -Canada at Crossroads f : Kuu'Uatlcally declarhii; hit: profound convlotlou that the futm'e of Canada restedr with the western provinces, Vr, Salem .Qiand.t of .WiiinipeK, last cvonlitK concluded ^a remarkably luj -BPlrIng addi'ess mi "Canada at. the Orossroads," by the appeal io "make .qunada a land that wlirb^ known ^ambiqcf .the uBlluiis as a laud oC the aquaTf (leal, a land of bvothorhood Vfiuil nelghborlinoss." ;,fS>'?In,-,tlie boom days," said Mr. Bland, iffjve'ijiiw^>'8 used; to aalt visltora what ;ithey>t^o)iKbt, 6t Canada. T once heard Afj;^(|(|)MnmlBl)ed visitor say that \ic IhOtijUt^Oanada wa� all right tor ilftb-^iM^people. ( 'Thinking it over, I ueMtlefl;-that VHr80 an apt term for iWdf, Apy, IttMil 19 ?;i>od enough ''" - it-vatat ^WDtrary to thp history of lhe;SjUitea..A;1>!Bre kad never been oue drop-of, blood shed in any war* fare ..between the;,rndlans and ' tho wbltein^en^'^.Thla 'Was the first nation in t le wpKld to^bave given the abor-lglneB;tIie(iB()tiare deal. He commented on the f*ct that religion and moral law'had.nol been set aside lu the de-veldpment^ot the weBt,>and (htit the, churches and schools had fairly well kept pace iwlth the growth of thp copntry. ' ' jWf.. Cjan|dlli8 Charaoter � Th^e devfllopmeRt of Canadian character rhad^toceeded well. The Canadians were energetic' as proved by the great, feats,accomplished in railway building and'' other enterprise^. They WBTe,i courageous as bad been amply  proved ,ln>thla war., They M'ere hlnd)y� Uie^ kindliest people on earth; Thire'had >oen no great national obstaclea.'to (he development of the' klndltn^sa of the people, as had been the case tiitbo states with the weak, laws, Hremendoua grafting ^and the i^lavery. or in'England where tho class ,iilatU�ctipn�'Vere hUtor. /DsnpuncM Tltlea Krow (his. Dc!; Bland naturally drilled In th a.^denunciation of the horo dltary t^lo system/ywhich. be said wae \�ot v^anted ii)'(jau�da, and'did not tit well here. Not l�r9Uit 9f Relitieal Hittroy But tJ^fi^Q waa. one thing of which A LLOW .ALLIED PAPEH&| TO ENTER GERMANY -. rieueva. Switzerland, Veh. lJ);-t�ThD ban which several weeks ago was.'plac. ^d upon British, French and .^t^llnu newspapers at the German frontier; h&3 now been removed and :ilieaef;pul)-llcatlona are being'Mmltted \>U&are carefully censored, es^cially those articles concerning the (ictlvltlesof-Am-erican troops In-J'rnnce. - ." was the development M her ppltilcal life. The groat efforts of. the-,#reat political parties for,tho^past SO-^r 40 years had been bont to: the retention of power or the attempt to-;e'galu powor, and all else hnd'beeTi^n'egl^ted shamefully. 'Tho proper, devcloiiittent (If the natural resourcoit had-been iieglcctec.'.-, thie wad tile outntait^lnt; example of our nesle^t.^^ 'Theaov;tt%il been grabbau'up by 8l>eculatpv�:'nnd ^rariers Inatefad, pit being consd^Ved tor UE^ional use, th^^t the>' mlght^nid Iji pjiyinij pff national; debt; arid 'paying national expendjitured and .t|k|es.' ; Appeal For Unity. / The g^at- fault pf Canadians^vho I believed,, was that they had beun,^In-luralily young. Bqt CfcnadauH IVeio now at the parting; of (he ways, t^oy were awalco at laai, 'Canada w'pjild develop along different V Hnos-iiow, along linos of natiopal sdbrlety. 'jTbe Curtadlan people had � faith' in ^helr soveniniont now be , ./ , ' Ho WttH 'glad - tp '806 -lb9:''>yest jjtand for natlonalizatlof} ,roljwaya, ,:,Jle bojibv^ed public owaerr'-'" way out off \ strife among the cIbbs^b FRENCH SOCIAIilSTS BEID THE GOVT. v.. Albert Thoma^ Denounces Man ^^'l^o Ridicules Alsace-Lorraine ICry (� Paris, I'Vib. 19.-Th��: Socfallst.J^ati lonal convention fadopted .yesterday by a votii of 2917 To 218 a reaoliitlon acceptInK as a Jiaais of dlacusaloH .,h,v the intcr-ulliod convention a, mpmw'f aiidupi pn.'parod. by the M;itl8h IsefiCf ion. Alijoit Thomas, fo^'raer tu^iilsler or munitions, apeakinjs tor the W3.jpr-; Ity of the committee, on resolutions said that a referendum ii'egar4lng,Al-saoe-Lorraine, though accepted .byjtli^ majoiity jind a' greater^ pjirt of .thi} minority, must not be>^onsIderedian' Indlspenuablo conditipi)' prevlouav ii; UlsannexiiHoh. \He / was'liilerrupthd \ by oivo delegate, who,iiald; , "We don't carei anything about AU sace-Lonalne," ."T / TiU Thoinua brouglit the entire, ton'. ventlon to its feet,with an elotiuent speech on Alsace'Lorralne. ipeterrtng toHhe Inicrruptlonj'he-iald/ .).. "That coarse^nte^ruptlon I'oveals- a doctrine whlch^e ylll'.never= nooep^ vit is u doctrine of abdicatlpn |�ond cowardic � ' " ' GREAT CONGESTION OF LEGAL BUSINESS Ottawu.-Feb, i!).-Hon, C. J. Doh-orty, ;rplitlHter of Justice, .will. Jio wfllt', ed upbn. Wcdncsdayl by a delegation'' representing the Montreal bay, Ifi re-Kard-'lo: the. congestion ot logSl husi-ness'Iii that, city due, to the largo numher of appeals undoh the 'Military Setirlcft Act being dealt with. It .Is liirilorFi'ttypd that the lau-yors will nslt tiiat a hearing of theso appeals bo, CK^ie'dited and that temporary Jhdges be * appointed to deal with ordinary fei[|l> jjusInesK. tlSlPlM  liSTBEMNSEI) MAClEtmYIERY R. �8flf.*'iPr;iir���li-lfl ar^c�^U^'WuJ4-BPt V� jSoud una tuatl the claBB^a. ^ r"}'\"^^'' T NEbfiq UVNCHEt^ Faye ttevillo,"'0�,"B?b. 19.'-^Bud,'Co�. l)y, a nogyo, waS'lynched nwtr here, by a piob �JtV' Jia ,H�'*Mri'JHenders(ihj was also rofleotadv treasurer, which position he has held ,tor some time., Rer.;Mcao}vau �nvtherprp-glresB made,^ulB9'on'^.t)ia' critical attt uatipn.created bVithe loaa of ao many BANK' ',%y .' ' ., London, Feb. 19.-A fuaion has b'een^ arranged between 'the .r;t>ondon .Cityg and Mi'dland Bapk 'an^dtb*;. Condon^; Joint Stock Bank.'under t5�o7tltle^ ofi the' London Jdint' CIfy. and MldlanilS Bank. . The combined,batiks havti'deJ^ poalta and lAkbllltled/of :ri^280;000,'eOOj^ exceeding by �60,000,000 those'of aai^ other Engliah '1 i Ottawa, Kob,'l9.-A'raldiCarrledou.t by Ifispectpr McLaughlin' upd hia morality: squdd today on the premla�S;Ot the Intornational )31ble Students- here reB4lted in thfl^disoovery andicODtU;. ,th9.]i1;�rfti;u]'e whicb bia bees bajipei' ] Cyom-iiw^ry to Canada,' by the reewi^, ^of^ar is cotuMU Iseued on 3ua.30i,hM Tonlghtl Clean Yotir'�owej^ and *t�p\ Hf adaeha,. Coldi, EeUr temaeh. :-'-iJ, \ ' - Gft'ii JO^ceut boij now.-.ailrni the Ta^cala Q^t-7t^e hcftdaGb�| ^lltouBiiusMndlgqattqta; the. aSok, soun atoihach.aud bad eoldar-turb them oud tdhight and keep th�m.'aut' wltli Cai bareta.!-;^ . '��r: �^'-L �� *\ - Mmiona andk'asli matter;and polaon ' ;ln theXbo^eis wlaBlonurlea w)id, ^adigonf to;wa,r.- -------,,- --------..... � This aft'triioonValioqhferenco Is be- Thert you will feel (freat. - - ; Ing held at i(;blch:4Ui!usalonB will b%; A Caara �tralKhtena v:endeavor, the �tora^eana a clear MSd; aweat tfti.... probleu) 9f m^j,t9fj!^ha ; ^InjatMg,' aoh and clean. beaJJbwTtvar an4 bowe aB'ai>% Bt, aetum {of moBl;)ii,v'CUidrp&?l6va ( ;