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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JAKTJARY 8, 1919 THE IXTIIBRIDC.K ttMLY HKR.U.D PAGE XIXE SURELY MEANS MUCH CLARKE'S Hundreds of Women have PROFITED by the SAVINGS jnthis MOST SUCCESSFUL STOCK-TAKING SALE A SALE WITHOUT A PARALLEL IN LETHBRIDGE FOR NEWNESS AND MAGNITUDE OF THE STOCKS INVOLVED; A SALE OFFERING SAVINGS OFTEN TO FORTY PER CENT. ON THE VERY CHOICEST MERCHANDISE OF THE SEASON; A SALE THAT CLARKE'S ALONE CAN PRESENT BECAUSE OF THE GREAT VARIETY OF. CHOICE AND STYLE CORRECTNESS OF EVERY BIT OF GOODS-THROUGHOUT THIS BIG STORE. WE STARTED OUT TO BREAK ALL PREVIOUS RECORDS FOR HEAVY SELLING AND PRICES ANNOUNCED OFFERED SUCH OPPORTUNITIES FOR EXTRAORD- INARY ECONOMY THAT SALE FIGURES OF PREVIOUS YEARS HAVE ALREADY BEEN MORE THAN DOUBLED. THIS IS PRETTY CONCLUSIVE EVIDENCE OF THE GENUINENESS OF THE REDUCTIONS AND THE BUSINESS-LIKE WAY IN WHICH LETHBRIDGE WOMEN ARE ABLE TO SIZE UP REAL BARGAINS. EVERYTHING Save on EVERYTHING You Reserved-A Sale that Shrewd Buyers Can Most Liberally and With Full Confidence ALL THE NEWEST NECKWEAR AND RUFFLED RUCHING at 2O Per Cent OFF BARGAINS !N STAPLES AND WASH GOODS trs. IT. M. Whlddlnglon, 620 Hth SL S., and Mrs. E. U Crfpeland, 1609 6th Ave. 8. E, S, CorKsIaod, 1609 6th Ave. S. District Rev. 0. L. Curtis. J Section of 6th SL and south of 5th Are. Captains, Mrs. Farrow anj Mrs. Hamilton. CvuirOier, 297 7lh Ave. A S. Secllon ot 6th St. nnd north of Cth Ave. 8. Captain, "Mrs. M. WhtUkor. Section 5th and 7th Rig., Boulh of 6th Ave. Captains, Mrs, Dutton, Mia, Halderaon and Mrs. McKlnnon. Mrs. Dutton, Mrs. Mc- Kltmon, 62S 6th 'St. S. Secllon two en Blh and 7lh Sis. and norlh of 6th Ave. Cftptnln, Mrs. Pclers, District eel or, Capt A, II. Denoon, Sertlon lllh St.1 to 7lh SL "ftftd 4Ch Ave, lo C.P.U. Iraclta. r-nptalnn, Mra. George LaTfford nnd Mrs. N. n. J, S. Stewart, Sth St. S. Section 4lh St. to 7th SI. MM RED All Is not as merry as a wedding: and will he discussed at a "ater date, bell between the cily police and tho' A .P.P. Tbis is not B. ntw story, but a sequel to it is being enacted now From tho fact that several people when the council will decide whtiher :il'peareu luifore the courts a-dircct proposition to the A. P. p.i'villim the past few charged between tho city council and the Al-jphere. berta Provincial Police Commission. After the recent tho two ovpr the Ilitchie af-i fair, in which tho red light district! figures rather prominently, the mayor wrote A. O. Browning .of the provin- cial police commission, suggesting that, If (he department would lako the responsibility for enforcement of Ihe Saw within the city, he would have no objection so far as the policy of tho "minimum of toleration without recognition" was coiicerneil, In other words, that, for peaco between tho two police forces, he would rather favor the provincial po- lice closing tho houses of prostitu- tion in the city provided they were willing lo shoulder tho responsibility. The mayor's letter and Mr. Brown- Ing's reply were tabled at this 'morn- ing's meeting of the city council, but the mayor refused to release them for publication. A long discussion on tbo question followed. In his reply .Mr. flroirning (ndicftt- that the A. P. P. would not caro Eo tako the course auggcatcd by tho mayor, that Ihe department could not countenance any breaking ot the law. whether or not personal opinion thai the course of toleration In such matters W-RS hesl: Mr. Hi-owning to com- mit the department. Mayor Hnrrtic declared during the discussion that be woulil be very pleased lo be re- lieved of the responsibility of look- rnada to clear the atmos- with- having banned Ht.Ejrj.ture (n their pnsseaslon, it Is intimated that tfie government intends to rigidly enforce tliis legislation, partfcubrly witii regard lo papers of enemy ;illen character. vreck'pevcral people, !he ma- jority nf ihwii from Ihfi wuili coun- try, wero brought fcefore Supl. Penne- iathcr ami fined nominal amourjls for having such literature in their possession. Some.of these wore Men- nonites who hatJ German literature those irtslallotl helns as Officers of Court Star, .No. fW5: Paat chief 13ro. C. Francis; chief ranger, Urn, A. Wheatcrott: sub. chief ranker, Hro. R. Hall; treasurer, Uro. E. II. Hoofcer; financial sccre- (ary, .T. C. Hooter; recording secre- tary, Bro. T. FJeelwood; S. Uro, I Peters; J. lira A.'Arnold; S. B., Bro. H. Kilner; J. H., Bro. Meads; Lrusteas, Ilagell and Dupen; j auditors, C. Francis. T. Flpel- wood and A. Arnold: medical ('rnigs -Sy talnngLydiaE.rinKnam a and Company. Officers Court Unity, No. Mil: Past chief ranger, Uro, p. AValer-. house; clilcf ranger, flro. K, W. Dnnfc; I siih, chief ranker, Uro. G. K. treasurer, Rro. F. Holmes; financial ferret.iry, Dro. T. ArnoM; recording Fccrelary, Hro. Hawkins; S. W., Ilro. A. K. Holmes; J. Uro. A, Gant; S. H., lire. W. Vinos; K, Ilro. T. Tumor; trustees, Bros, W. Knowl- don, A. K. Iinpen arrt T. Turner; nuat- tors, Ilrofl. W. IlowfclnF. ,T, Knowlclen, Vegetable Compound, One of Thousands of Such Cases. ins aflei' that phase of policing. Com- R Walcrhonfo; medical officers. Dr.! mlasfonor Mcech rather favored nsk- T1lomson Dr3, ncveljer. Camp fng fhe A, p. p. to Ihe worlc. Commissioner thought rothlng srioulct bo done whtch vvouH only create n worse condition of nffairs. The letters irere finally left tabled, and