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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LEflffiRlfiGE.-. D.VILV VIERALT> VEnru'.WY 21, totn Covt. Musf Take Immediate) HKOIXA. Sask., 21.-A Actian. Savs Rev. Dr. I j the price o! '.lie wheat fre-p lor thown j vas betere the Grain Growers' con- j remiou this morning, and a warm TOnOXTO. FeK lengthy dtSate rc-JuHeJ. whlri. froniut government action i? taken. r.o doubt- revolution, more or Bol- will take in Eaglanil." llev. Dr. S. IX t'hown, foncliided :M tho neoa hour. Kit EC t'ltfeeicj to It- deohiriufi (bat no government couUl take tho action auti tlut tho farmers would stultify themselves it lUey adojiUM it. _.. _ 5UDjriuteajleut of ike Metijculi.-. cK X has ret.rr.ed from overseas. "The men thtiir j ironies "ar> coif vitii nuito oon by the wuo IVx-si'iont Maharg. M1V onlrol or tti? i that ilu-y i ion anil if capital does not accept the principle of co- 'l just returned irora it was entirely a i almost i Jei-tar- jn o? credit, (o say uny- li operation with labor, jrivaie capital-. definite about tin' Tlie will eliminated. Bui It the! wen in England and mosl I.tord-George government, si ilie com-, cljsely in touch wiiL the situation ]ng conference, brlug? labor JU'j Ital (o an agreement, witli au arrange- ment whereby labor soured. .1 Isr- sbare ol the profits of lie Indus- new In tliMBrt; as resurJs conditions in littssia. At 1 o'clock the resolution was put to a vole and carried ty a large ma OTTAWA. Feb. iu the" commons chamber tout ay. the remains of Sir Laurter lit? in'j ptato. there is a tommuoua tons nit! of those here to pay a respect. The chamber i- hung witis mournms and laufcetl with Nt'iiv I'uc I casket slants Sir Wilf rul's i chair and on tlu- dosk Imfoiv hii covered vriih u wrouili of fern< wi-hUs-tho tokoa ul bid follow- in the AuJ, siller IIQUV, the in ai cue door and oui :it "it? oilier. Thor? id evtry Indication oi immense in Ottawa for tlie fuucral. j Special trains are bringing j Every oarriaso in tJic i-Jiy ii en. The mayor lias uu aviu'ai I that all who eau. shouM notify Tiim any vacant try. revolution may be- averte.l for ajwrity. It demands a fixed price on tiine, l.ihe ?ame basU of Oxfords will be greatly in demand this season by Ladies We can show you some very nice and very stylish Oxf9rds in black kid, brown r.alf, royal purples with military heel, or black vici p.lain vamps and brown kid plain vamps svitb Louis lieel. These are in slock now. them over. WJ. Nelson Co. THIRD AVENUE S. SHERLOCK BUILDING PARIS, Feb. ibo peace leaders have beou await- ing thu outcttiue of I'reuiiar Clemen- coau'a injury to determine wtut liie program cf the couiereuce shall be lor the immediate future, the tioii of fixias the huge unvount tho enemy is to iTay for reparation is tak- ius such form Before tho committee on reparation that it may have re- ferred to the council oC the great poiv- and to the heads of the various poveruQient? on account of tUe ser- of the main issue presented.. This turns principally whether the cost to the various na- tions in conducting the war should iie included in the claim of repara- tion for damages. It is maintained urging the negative view tha; the commuuication sent to Prestdcn'. by the allies when they accepted the Genaaiy proposals for an armistice declared specifically only tor reparation and made no mention of the-cost ot the war. The latter, however, has now become one of the chief claims. The total r.mount to be requester for reparation could prob- ably be quickly determined, but the addiiioF. of the total cost of tlie war swell the aggregate to. such a i stupendous sum that are raii- eil Concerning the ability to collect Saturday is a Good Time to Buy Your .Outer Garments stocks are not as yet by any means complete, nor comprehensive, some of the very choicest garments we will have to show this season are HOW on display in our ready-to-wear section and can give you more attention and satisfactory service than will IH: possible in a week or tsvo when the real spring rush begins. EVERY GARMENT IN THIS SPRING STOCK IS BRAND NEW THIS SEASON, RIGHT UP TO THE PRESENT MINUTE STYLES AND PRICED IN ALL MODERATION. HANDSOME NEW SUITS 542.50 to S85.CO llMutifut quality serges. gi'.Mniiues and irii'Olines in IKIYV. blick saml. frcen, laure. ctf. UraHed wllli and vesl effects. A SPLENDID RANGE OF SMALL AND REGULAR WOMEN'S SIZES AND EXTRA LARGE SIZES UP TO 47. SMART SPRING COATS to dvils will bo n liiff feature in Uic ouK-r busings Oils anj we have prepared as never lieioro lu llieot all tie- it wonderful variety of choice. COVERTS, TWEEDS, PURE WOOL VELOURS, ETC., NOW IN VERY NICE VARIETY OF CHOICE. BEAUTIFUL CREATIONS IN DRESSES to Smart new spring styles in the new tier, over skirt and panel effects novr shtv.vti In a lovely vfirlely o[ very latest ami most ai- Iractive models ot the season, DUCHESSE, TAFFETAS, CREPE OE 'CHINES AND FINE SERGES ARE THE MATEFUALS USED MOSTLY, MOST ATTRACTIVE NEW SKIRTS to N'uvi'hy cloths and in tlio most tK'iiutUu! iK'uigns unJ iitiriiclivo liavo ever bad to show atul plain anU in enllrcly eifects for Uie time. Ilcsular size waist Imnils uji (o 30 incites and extra large sizes to 31 inches. Clarke Co, 614 3rd Ave. S. Lethbridge Spring Modes in Gossard Corsets Just Placcrf-1n Stock Prices to 58.50 The Corset It nivc-s i'liarm the- uro; il Is rumfoilalile liccim-T uf Us fnl it if tUinillc U will noi ruit, brcuK nor 'n.erc models iiCsJSiif-ri tw sttit c'K-ry of ami ions" jcicos ami Iu every .HZC have an expcr- lent'-u corsstierc who holds -T Gossartf dip- loma. will be pleas- ed t-j give you expert advice r-.rtd fit you ,with the mode! best suited to ycur figure. Fittings by appointment. Sir Hughes Wanls An vestigation in Raid on Guelph Novitiate ing, bat he had lett 5500 in a leather purse under his! went hack to gel it and perished in ths flames. His wife, finding all means ot" exit cut off froai the threw her baby from the ivmdow into a deep ?uoiv benk and Both oE.tliem stirvEvc.. Several shantymcn. wlto managed to escape, walked six miles to the near- est station in their stocking feel. cst Etatloa in tboir .locking k is m fire fightiw apparntu.5 ai st-ulcr" abonl lhc "y. ini-if a mi fir-n t rt miblifitv t'nruiiiissinnLT in 1 <3 iiu Jilt: ill St. Jovif and the fire had to run us PtiMieity course. At ii conCerenca oi government ofiic- iiils.and representatives of a numter of trades unions held to discuss the application of ihe Whitley system ol i government to government establish- j ments, the minister of labnr declared I that tbe government M-as ready aptly the system giving workmen a share of Yiie management in nil gov- ernnieiu workshops and yartlj. OTTAWA, Feb. of motion are already up on the order pajinr of the house ol coraraoiiR. F. Sickle, during the ses- sion, hriiiglng up aeain tue quosilon of titles. Mr. Xitklc a motion (or n committee to iuguire into iHvorce pro-! tedure. J. inientis io urge minimum wage' tdanU. lie has a mot- to iho HciMMi j KDMOXTON, Fvli. of tilt-