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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta twr THE LETHBRUXa; DAILY HSRALJP, MONDAY, JANUARY 5, SIMPSON'S Coats, Suits, Dresses and Furs Sweaters, Kimonas, Skirts, Blouses BUY NOW AND SAVE HOMEY. We ate cutting price, -a never before in order to reduce the stocks before taking inven tory. Oar business year closes with this month and we are giving patrons of ihif store the greatest opportunity of a life- lirae to secure the needful and other merchandise at prices one-. quarter, one-third and a half less than the regular values. Buy for future needs. New prices for spring will be higher than heretofore. WOMEN'S SERGE AND TWEED SUITS AT HALF PRICE 10 styles that will be suitable for'nprln; mar. Made up from eplendld tweeds and eerses; 34 to 40. Clearance Sale 6 ONLY, WOMEN'S SERGE DRESSES SALE PRICE Fine Quality pure wool English sergo, naTy, bur- gundy and green. Qualities that 17 AA worth 130.00. C'eirins ai, each........ 11.U V All f'.'-.'r Serge end Jersey Dretsts at big price reductions Wonderful Sale Women's Misses Coats finest Styles. Fine Wool Velour and Sllvertonw in of o open, brown, burgundy, and nary, nn Our rerilar jiil.OO coati, Clearing tttftifV. .4 ONLY, LADIES' COATS Assorted slien and colors. All good styles and dependable materials. Values to 440.05. Clearlne Sale each 1 ONLY, PONY CLOTH COAT PtoBh trimmed, Dolman stoeTe, fcelted, deep collar, size 3P. Black. Regular AA .500 for dfsUUj 1 ONLY, RICH PLUSH COAT Regular price U9.94, to AA 2 ONLY, SALT'S COAT Ltasd throughout, deep collar cuffs. od value at Clearing JA Art 1 ONLY, SEAL PLUSH COAT With Oppoasum ooluuv semi-dolman atyle, 7-8 length, lined throughout RegnUr J100. 71" AA Clearing I rf.wU I ONLY, PEKIN BLUE VELOUR COAT With Had son Seal Collar, dolman shape, full lined. Regular pries dearths 65.00 ALL OTHER CLOTH COATS ARE OFFERING AT. SIMILAR P.R1CE REDUCTIONS TWO ONLY, FUR COATS TO 9E CLEARED OUT REGARDLESS OF THEIR REAL VALUE 1 only, extra, quality rich Hudson Seal and Lyni smartest New York style, knee .length, letted at walsi, heavily silk lined. Shawl collar snd extra deep cuffs are of finest grade Black Lyai fur. The regular price it ?400.00. Oor Sate Price is' 1370.00 Plain Rich Hudson Seal Coat, shawl collar and deep cuffs of self, beat Hu- ings. High Grade Furs at Greatly Reduced Prices Dark Nwiiera Racoon Set reduced to W Eiwk Lyu Cape Collar and Muff Set reduced to Fox Annul Scarfrand Muff reduced to M and Frtch Cape and MuH reduced to HadMo Seal and Opotsom Cape and Muff reduced to Sable Cape and Moff Set reduced to HadMa Seal Cape and MnH Set redaced to Seal Cape and Muff Set reduced to Taupe Hare Cape CoBar ud Muff Set reduced to GrejBadffer Animal Scarf and Muff Seb reduced to........... WUteTlubei C.BW and Mofl Set reduced to............, Seal Mnfb'redaced to Dark Mink MuH wkh dawi and tab for A Sale of Afternoon and Party Dresses The matt complete range o! styles and colorings we lure ever shown at any time in Cuncy of Oeorjotts, Oreje de Chine, r'oplhw. You on one of styllah gtnnentj now at a In price. Stocks must reduced this month before we tako In- rs "nw It." FROMPEACEIABLE Impuie Broofht Abaot By Ae- iioei of Ambassador m PtrU Prices Are Reduced on Blouses Waists of Every Kind Finest Vollf, Qeargerte tnt Crept pretty voiles, at down to, each Dainty Georgettes, down to, each Crape (to Chine Walits, down etch Silk Waists, 91040 down to, each SILK and HabuUI silk, re- duced to, each and PONQEE SILK MIDDIES, reduced to.....13.90 PAWS, JTu. Huh UnlUd SUtet imfeMudor to atked the supreme council of Us peace conference on Saturday to pre- cede future decUlous of the council with the formula "allied powers" in- Bleed of "slllsd and associated" >ow- vhlch has been used in tbe pwt, atcarihw to tfce Echo de Paris.- siys the article by the newt- paper, "raarki tbe determination of the United not 'to participate officially in decisions to reached in Paris. Washington. while deelininr the responsibilities of the supreme council, to tie represented at its sessions. How can Mr. Wallace's role lie He not a plenipo- tentiary. Witness or obserrer Is 'the accepted terni." "it Ic article con- cludes "that a dilemma Trill arise. The United States will be obliged to talte responsibilities corresponding to ber action, or she nil! renouace this rote. It Is hoped this absurd situa- tion fflav be arranged by speedy rati- fication of the treaty, according to the program of Senator Lodge, followed by the return of the United States to her rightful place In the settlement ot European atfalrt." ALL THIS WEEK These Great Bargain Continue Combining the exceptional of our Annual Stock- Taking Sale with our "ONE-THIRD OFF" FUR GAR- MENT and MILLINERY SALE i Featuring savings you will not meet with again this season ami perhaps for seasons to come. Dollar Bargains A big UWe {all of bargains. Including Tiluw np 10 double that amount. Many now lines have been added (or this week's selling. Stocktaking In Every twpartmtnt Bargains In dress feeds and In staple and wash Bargains -hi hosiery ant, gloves. Bargains In corsets and un- derwear. Bargains In waists and petti- Bargains III sweaters and pullovers. Bargains In everything. One-Third All' the new suits and coats, all ttie skirts and dresses for etrtet, afternoon and evening war. 'All Ihe new fur neckpieces, muffs and matched sets. All the and exclusive millinery mod- els. CLARKE'S ANNUAL STOCK- TAKING SALE CHICAGO, Jan. Re-1 publican men and women from central west states were here today for the first of series ol three two-day con- ferences arranged by H. W. Hays, nat, lonal chairman, for January: The sec- ond -still be held In Denver, Jan. 8 9, and the third lirSan Francisco, Jan. 12 and 13. Women to take a prominent part in these gatherings, according to party leaders, who are planning their national campaign'on' the supposition that the national suffrage amendment will he ratified In time to give all women votes at the November elec- tions. SENT. BOOZE TO U. S. JN CHRISTMAS TREES NEWARK NJ., Jan. liquor dealers utilized tbe Christmas spirit and more specifically the Christ- mas tree to smuggle vast quantities of whiskey over the herder into the United States during the holiday seas- on, according to Internal revenue agents here. This, they said todny, was the chief reason for the flooding of the tree market which resulted In many dealers giving their stocks away. FRENCH FLOODS PRACTICALLY OVER PARIS, Jan. 4 -o'clock this morning, the flooded Soino had virtu- ally ceased to rise and the tempera- ture -was near Ihe freezing point. Be- lief, was expressed that relief from ihe flood was 1m sight'and that the wat- ers miglii ue expected to recede com- mencing today. Bsch official of Elgin county brought with him to the office a chicken as his contribution to for the SIR "ADAM STILL IMPROVES LONDON, Jan. soclattd Adam wa.s reported today.to be.making very good progress. Vital aged siiiy-slx, of St. Joseph, Beauce county, Que., died denly after coming downstairs after carrylng> up his son, who had come home ill' after a visit. Mrs. W. a aged 70, was instantly killed by fall- ing downstairs at her home. COPENHAGEN, Jan. from Riga today declare that the Let- tish troops have broken the Bolshevik from along the Pvina. Numerous oners have been taken, together with much booty, it is asserted. Two divisions of Letts, supported by Baltic- landwehr, attacked' the Bol- sheviki on a wide front, the dispatches gay. Very heavy -fighting followed, resulting in.a penetration of tha Bol- shevik position in the Erst day. The attack was pressed, the Red line pierc- ed and the Bvlna crossed. The ad- vance continues, the Bolshevik! re- treating rapidly. ICE BLOCKS SUPPLIES TO MAGDALENE ISLANDS OTTAWA, Jan. of the marine department to reach the Mag- dalene Islands with 'supplies' for the inhabitants have so iarbeen unavail- ing. .On- Friday last tbo Canadian Sealer started from Pictou with a cargo, but she was unable to reach tho island because of tho heavy and was forced to put back into Sourls. Another unsuccessful attempt was made yeatDrday morning, hut It is re- tKjrted that' it-will be impossible to get to the islands under present wea- ther The Canadian Sealer Is equipped with syraratus for with h.m.vy FEDERATION CONVENTION OPENS The CA'-OARV, Alta., at' the morning KMion of the Alberta Federation of were Mayor R, J, Marshall, who extended fl t> 'At iity; Aldermin F. J. White, Ihs Tradei and Labor Council, and Mr, Frank Wheatley, of Bulkhead, president of the Alberta Federation of Labor. VON BUELOW IS NOT WANTED IN ITALY ROME, Jan, S. (Havai.) Prince von Buelow, former Qer- man chancellor recently Mnt to Italy on a diplomatic million, been Informed that his pret- ence In thit city wat umfeilrablc for the reason it would caute trouble for the Italian government, according to newspapers here, At a remit the former chancellor will spend the winter at Lucerne, Swit- zerland. i STANDARDIZE TURK LANGUAGE CONSTANTINOPLB, Jan, Importance Is atUchctl here to a move- ment In progress among the Turks .In Ihe Caucasus, Rutitla and central Asia.looking to tIon of Turkish language. Turkish RS gpokcn In Constantinople Is lo ho tho general standard. Annual Stocktaking Sale Starts Tues.. Morning, Jan. 6 THE SEASON has come again when we try to figure what the year has done for us in the mat- ter of "profit" or as the case may be. There are hundreds of articles that we are willing to take actual cost for, and there are hundreds more we will take half cost for, rather than have them on our stock list We, therefore, invite the citizens of Lethbridge to a BARGAIN FEAST on a scale never before attempted by us. FOUR COMPLETE FLATS of our immense building are all devoted to the display of a stock that stands out as the GREATEST STOCK IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. One of Our Chief Features is a BARGAIN BASEMENT Hundreds of articles to pick from and not one single article or garment but the price is cut in half. THINK OF IT. STUDY IT WELL. IT MEANS 'SAVING FOR THE THRIFTY. COME! E J. HILL CO. A Detailed List of Bargains in Wednesday's Herald ;