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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT THE UVnWKlW.F. OAU.Y UKRAU) MONDAY, JANUARY li, 191! The Evangelistic Campaign At 6 iiirtu- tiers ol V. y. locals ibo Ijotli- bridge iHsuivi Saturday B r range1 ru e c t uvro jixK way organisation ul 9. (rosi JO to JO.SO a :u Kev. K. I-SVrth of rich Ave. 'f lOt'il Mrs. Me- Peace I'onfevenee I1 roue r Witt Mol Start I'ntil Some Time Gurr. 1Vth s" l.OXDOX. Jan. Ui'CdVi raVl? I'y at Firth Ave. anil John W. Tlio comics St. Ciy.iins. Is tbc sulijivt ot unU'.u'.'.rd an! Mn. Mliler. j dir.ufsUni lh" Many Mrs. I -j nc-t only the- selUut. s ii is doing now. bin u ucder-J take cooperative in of St. to IC-th St.. lih can in that v.-ay. Tit- F. A aide) to P. K. IMCKS. sre arrangta? to Her. Uuchanun decisiou? These decision- touch v-Ub the United Grow ilis prf.j Thaoil anJ Mrs. Hush submitted lo a seeutiil os uml a from jo: tvnce, after which all ihe allies gt Tiill wall i--u the uireL-tor? oi V. F. TIiiLt-U, li-5 "Jrd smsU acid frier.iliy to i: volition in L ihe entente ivill be Tlii I" Sfctlon Si to UUli St.. -Sthl will succeed by the actual peafi S. u .Sth Avo.. Inn-! Cap-; tn which 'U-irK. Mrs. J. M. Citron and i V. HuK. J. M. Gibson. ISJiij HI aic limply preparations to further ox-. tciwevu the delegates c( U jiilu'il nations ami thy Informal call-: the rouftrtzuv 3t Versa ill j ail ihe of ihoae Now it is thai t'loro two series of nreliuiin :.ry meetings, the first I! ml ted to thej r-.-i of four big TVJW- at which iSie main problems ion-1 r.'H-ipil vilh peact >vLU tentative i O. CI. a: ihe V. K. A, J-Mmonlou shortly to ivhereby IOCA! -vili V-.- V. (.1. proaiicli. U is espec'ei that within a nmcth tlic aew ivill be in a. licn ;o arranci. ar.d uarv- and 10 fnti1" ini J operative buying Uio dotoatei! natloi-s, if duiv aecrcii- ;t .t. 1-e tie no erjrovs at, Hie b'ji then? will bo RUS-L ilV J" Uiau who will bo consulted.: !f> iuih slclps of 5th ATO, A. and tth, Ave.! tany in rcoruary Mrs. Robt. ar.a Mrd.j There is no probability ot ihe peace II. L. Norman. conference proper brgintilnp its worV; Nceis. i 1-elorc the t-ariy ran of February. It; Ave. A S. however, itie jmrpose ol the allied J__llth Si to to submit to the [icace and Stb. Ave. s! j "fence conclusions xvhlch ;A. 51. Fisher and Mrs. Percy Forster.-'boii will em- it p essential of the Sweeping Changes Have Been: Made By Pension Hoard iiities and punishments to be imposc-d upon the enemy c-ouatri-js mid nU iuil-{ and naval proTisions. 1C on all the allies can come to a and Mrs. K. 'L. Copeland. 3509 Gth rompicic ihe work ot Tile boanl of region Ave. S. conference wiU he greatly Ics-i hare made sweeping ciiange? m M-j In face of an allied agreement Section St. and eist. Sih Ave, to Sth Ave. S. Captains, H. M, WhiilOlngton, 6-0 Tlie first Uvd days' selling broke all previous records for heavy selling in a sale of this kind, due to the excellent standard of all merchandise involved and the wonderfully attrac- tive prices in the Very choicest of the season's goods. v It's a Fiba! asid Absolute Clearance of all A sale that Clarke's alone can present in Lethbridge because of the unusual stocks of high class fresh, new, seasonable goods and the style correctness of every bit ot merchandise involved. A sale that puts the season's biggest bargains into the hands of those that will receive at savings of ten- to forty per cent, oif original prices. A sale that shrewd buyers-can patronize most liberally and with full confidence. EVERYTHING SAVE ON EVERYTHING YOU BUY, NOTHING RESERVED STOCK TAKING BARGAINS IN ALL DRESS GOODS AND SILKS. STOCK TAKING BARGAINS IN ALL STAPLES AND WASH GOODS STOCK TAKING BARGAINS IN ALL CRETONNES AND DRAPERIES. STOCK TAKING BARGAINS IN ALL SWEATERS AND KNIT GOODS. iOi n 11 TI Great I him orir Sale or Nothing .whatever reserved In this big new department. All sails and coals, all skirts and ail dresses "am! ir.uUrsfcirts, all and knit all lur neck- muffs and niaickecl seis.--All at a straight Uifcouat of exactly one-thin! on original prices. EVERY GARMENT IS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES AND YOU CAN FIGURE OUT YOUR PRICE AT ONE-THIRD OFF. Choice ot all triiuiiicd hats lelt iu our millinery sec- tion, including same cl the prettiest models o( the Ecason in French' ami American naltcirns, uorlh up lo g 7C STOCK TAKING BARGAINS, IN ALL HOSIERY, GLOVES. STOCK TAKING BARGAINS 'IN ALL CORSETS AND UNDERWEAR. STOCK TAKING BARGAINS IN ALL NECKWEAR AND HAND BAGS. STOCK TAKING BARGAINS IN ALL NOTIONS AND SMALLWARES. ueiouiE paid to liependenis of child. second c'ull'J. ?lfi; ifcird aad KTS. Hamilton. these various conTerenccs and and subEt-quent children, !S per 7 ih'personnel ol the ilelegations. I month. Ave. Lists ci the envoys ior ,To onihaueil chililren: First or-! Section 'West oi Si, and: France and Italy have appeared in ihe; pfianed child. second, J20. andjcorth of 6in Ave. S. itrs. 1 preM. but the.-e have been third sud subsequent children, JIG. 1 M. the authorities 10 be totally uu-j Increases to all children of u.isabil- .Section 5th :mil 7th auitc-riieij and inexact. The ity portion to dis-ability, This will ityean a great increase to rs on sliding scale ia pro- sonlli of Ave. Captains, iJialtilllV 1 Airs- nn -in.1 Mrs. Dutton, Mrs. Balderson and MTS. McKinnon. fn-t to he that no final riecis icn ot ibis point bas yet been made- end it is pisf'Me that there will Haldersoo. the of soldiers killed in the war. The woman wit'n one child now rectiva f5'J; the womaa with Section otii anil two children and the woman with anil north of 6th Ave. Capt three children and Ior each ad- j Mrs f" We.emation fne ahoTvance Dsincl en tral-Dj rector, Capt.j Jtin lhrce auli olher, modifications in the present; s a result of the allied II1 Sy-ans nil The nrigisal Intention u-as to -the great powers five delegates each 'ami lo allot to small allied nation; t flf each win b6 Mrs. IJ. Good. lationa hare been j Rgy. A. H. Dehoon. "was a flat rate or JS for each child, j Seciion HUi St. to Tih 131. anO se were a constant Insp.iratlon. the America of which lie j iht most doughty champion, lie IS DEAD j'lematnlec'. the recognition and per. (ormani.t of our national obligation in I'ARIB, Jan. the war. Rack ol all that was done Turmet, representative in the chain- in the war wax the pressure of Ills her of deputies tor the Cotes Nord.i rtlcniiejs insistence, hi response to Itio patriolit: call lay tbe i.ifety of civ- 'Is hour of cnmulele world If hh debtor." All Women's Shoes in Store iirriMMtl in October, Itin patriolit: call lay nn'cbaigi-, of trading" Aith Ihe enemy, i Ilizatlon ami in this It inail. (victory we A'.I Women's Rubbers, Overshoes and Moccasins Remember no old shop worn or out oi dale shoe bul every pair is new and up to date style's; as we have only been in business since May 1st, 1918, STRICTLY CASH AND NO APPROVALS, DeWOLF'S SHOE STORE CORNER FOURTH AVENUE ANO FIFTH 3TREET ;