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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta " � IHfc/ LETHBRIDGE DAILY- HERALD . '1;hI^BSDAY, JfXNUAHY 10,191? CLOSES MAKE AN EFFORT to get hert Friday and Satodayfo^ Bargain' Feast of the on eve you here, whetlfer it is Advertised or riot. The list below is only a few of the special attractions offering for the dosirtg days^ bAsk for anything^ youE require^ and you will get it at a real sale priceo vFinaily^ we say come! Final Clefiring Misses and Women s COATS on Sale. Look at the Savings Here $48.00 Finest Velour Silk Lined Coats, $33.00 $27.50 Scotch Tweed and Beaver Coats,. $19.50 $37.50 Nice Velour Coats for........$27.50 $32,00 Smart Velour Coats for.......$23.00 $12.00 Tweed Coats for ........\ $7.00 Girls Heavy CLOTH COATS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES IN THIS SALE. $15.75 Plush Coats Selling Now at .. $11.25 $12.50 ChinchiUa Cloth Coats, Now . . $9.75 $10.00 ChinchiUa and Tweed Coate, Now $7.90 $8.00 Girls' Cloth and Tweed Coats, Now $5.95 36in. Striped ftETTES^ Oft Sale price, p^^3. - - - ^V SOO yar^s only to bo soUl at this price. The present vnluo ot this cloth Is 00c per yar4.\-.' " 500 yards in ^January Sale, at\pet.yard 20c Dress Gdodsat - 79c ' Worth up to $1.25 A good variety of .ranterials and colorings, Including . serges, tweeds, mohairs and niistures. Regular values 7Q^ ?1.00 up to J1.25. All on sale at per yard ........... I u C ZSinch DRESS CREPES Regular 40c for - - - Cotton Dress Crepes in checks. Makes up well women's house dresses. Half price. Regular 400. Sale price into GoodTime to Buy Prints f or Sprintg Dresses Wo bought heavily some time ago, hcfore the groat advance In prices. Sof that we nro offering all our new prints at Inst sgrliig's prlces..A.splemild range of pattorns to OC^, seloclyfrow. Full.yatO wide, per yard............... �i3C in the January -Sale TO\lte or. Brown .Bath' Towels. Per pah-.......................... 35c White Huck Towels, good iwearing, heavy Q�aUty. Speciftl, per pair .....................'......... Extra Large and Heavy Bath ToAvols. "White or brown striped. Per pair............................ 90c ALL FANCY BATH TOWELS SALE AT REDUCED PRICES ^ 25^ Off all FURS In This Sale > i ... ^ LOOK WHAT JT MEANS. $130.00 Bhcl^ Fox'SetsJor !. ... $100.00 $110.00 Black Fox Set for........... $82.50 $85.00 Red Fox Set for . ........ $64.00 $85.00 Natural Lynx Set for ........ $64.00 $55.00 Natural Wolf Set for ....... $41.00 $45.00 flatural Raccoon Set for...... $35^00 $45.0b Civet Cat Set for............ $32.00 SlO-CiO Black Dog Mutf for.......... $7.00 $]i:0b Natural Rat Muff for........$7.50 $i;6;56 Natural Rat Muff for........$12.50 $ll56 Mink Marmot Muff for........ $9:00 $18.75 RatSet for ... .......... $14.50 Silk Sweater COATS Kxcellent quality and in best colors; Eacli $6 to $10 20 Discount oil regular prices of all - Silk or Serge Dresses In the Store " This is a his price reductSon on our regular low, prtces.''Kvery dress new this season. WHITE VOILE BLOUPES ^, ALi-GOOD STYLES.  V $2.50 Values Selling at $1.65 1.50^ GirlV . Bloomers. Heavy sateen. Boy*' Btoomert for ......... 65c values jor. ........... Boy*', Wool Toques. tor................ Boys' Flannelette Pyjam�i.............. Girls' Flannelette .Pyjamas............. Boys' Sweaters for................... ' Boys' Warm Capi.' 45c '^'chddroti's Sleepers V'tor................. 25g/JJChildrents. Veits. 1 25'' 1.25 for. Men's Wool Sox. for............. 1.50 65c 90c 35c; 75p ^Oc Half-ftt^ Prints, Flannelettes, Ginghams, Wool Dress Goods, Silks, Curtain Materials, Liwns, Nainsooks,. Flannels, Cloakings. Galatcas, Satoon8^;,C^retonncs and Many. Other  Lines of Goods. ,' v � � January Clearing at a Fraction of Value. Eiderdown KIMONAS Warjn and cosy."Good colorings. - Each $5.95 7.50 Make No Mistake. Come Friday and Saturday to this Store for genuine Januury Sale Bargains. X- � Make No Mistake. Come Friday and Saturday tp this Store for genuine January Sale Bargains. President Realizes Injustice To Erench Must Be He- ' drewed '  Paris, Jan. 10.-The Journal Des De-bats remarks that Premier. Lloyd Geor.sre's counter-offensive has found a powerful echo in Washington in the greatcsc speech of President W^Uson upon the foreign policy ol the United States o( America and its war alms. Although only frasmenis ot the raes-eago are yet available says, the paper, thoy have immense importance for France, as they bring the president's declaration.that the injustice done to ITrance by Prussia in 1S71 must be re-(JresHcd. *, Sympathetic /^ppeal .London, Jan. 10.-It would >-been difficult to have framed a more heads of the American and British governments are conipared closely. While some differences are found in the manner of discussing^ the various questions this evening's newspapers find no disagreement In essential policy, it is noted that the president deals more sympathetically with the Bolshevlki than did/the premier, buti It is pointed out that America has not suffered from the Russian collapse as the westeni allies, have. Ifowever, the Westminster Gazette '�welcomes Mr. Wilson's careful sympathetic language, and says it hopes that "all misunderstandings which may have arisen (r6ni other statements will- ba removed bj-the unequlvogal language in which the president adopts fiie Russian demands as his own." The speech appears inilTie news; papers under tiig headlines such as "America's Cerms to Germany," "World peaqe programme." and "Great programme of International reforms." The Evening News in its introdtic-tlon describes tho speech as one of world wide democracy In which tho president laid down America's peace terms In cleer, direct and simple lan:^ guagc. It continues: ,;" "WJth but trifling exceptions, Mr. Wilson's ylew^ coincide wi,th and en-; dorso those tjxpressed by >Ir. Lloyd Seorge. Because of this fact Mr,-""iMtn'a speeoli will bo read with' uo.e satisfaction-In this country, moving or more sympathetic appeal to . ,^J^m,^^P''^'^ noteworthy: flin hr�t. in�ti,Pf� nf-ivoVu- wVfiihnr! "^f ^Bes,o' the. speech those offering help to,BuBaJa s^nd declaring that the peace : tigotlatl6ns; mUst be absolute- tho best., instincts at work, whether . a^ipng the llusslan revolutionaries or .4tt�i'sion-iiilIlt4HHt elements in tho con-tVaroraplres, but their answer,will depend partly on to what ojjtent the appeal reaches them, says the Daily Chronicle In discussing President Wil- ijthlch he disowned-hat,"3h intentions '. towards the German nation completely , omitted,: whll^ the BAlslievIkl censor-ahip has bobn ejferclsed, similarly UgalUBt Premier, Lloyd George. It / - a'dtds;' ,i"Xt WQ^ld' be a tragedy If PreslOont � ^'Uaon's Intense and transparently Slhcero sympathy encountered the j: lome obstacle in Pe'trograd." . ^V-/.. Further tondon Comment '. .-lilio'ndon, Jan. 9,-President Wilson's '.rrnd^ech takes Ibo'lBuiling placea in -JMigth the news" and editorial columns .-J 'V>opjie London press today. One news-^Vftpf>r..rte�crU>e^ It as "the magna '1'2'.k.'V cljUfU.ottutwreiPwe,", , ; ..^ ' '/ppminK'*,o closely ou the heels of. ly open. The Htar emphaalzer, the passages referring to the freedom of the sea, reduced armaments, abolition of secret diplomacy and taking a stand agalnsj': tho allies. Th& Pair .Mall Gazette says President Wilson's raesBBgD constUutOB an effective model of frank and-'open diplomacy, to' which ho accords first place U) his catalogue ot things ve-. quipito for the 'world's peace. It remarks that the stropgest German mlcroBCopea will be taxed to find evidence of discord btotween his w^rds and those of Premier Lloyd George, The WostroinBtef; Gazette is the only paper^to comment on President WIlstjn'siinolUBlon In this programma of absolute .freedom ot navigation upon tlje seas, oiitsldo of terrltprlal waters: The newiiiJWO�'S\�ay that In such a world ftk ||i)at to which the president louks'torwaVd, with' an association of eritloyaaebrgo's address at the nations.affprtMflg a guarantee of the iil>m'^'c6ar6r�)e�, Uie8Sed, In. tho .two great meBt.gtgeR that: havo', been issued wlthhi a. tew dayn>ot each other by tho'fJrltlsH iremlor and .tho prBsldont ot tife TJniifid'Slatei.- 'and great prosiVdrlty,will'prevail in all the coal camps of Southern Alberta, especially in tKos'ff-wh^"o steatn coal is produced. >. oijd truU,'Mrs. llyslop; 100 lbs. sugar, Coo. Ken' Companji; 1 casd oranges, W. A,-Buchanan', 1 case ap-plesi Mrs. H. Graham;; 2 dozen dolls. ChrlsUnas candles dominoes, picture bqok'^, tissue paper and sticker^, Mr. J/fGi-Robortson; 3 baby bonnets, Mrs.-De. Veher; cookies and trutt, Mrs. Young; 6 palri^ cashmere stockings 'filled with good things,' Mrs;,'Van fioni. � , ' complete Infant's layette by "ttie Camptiro girls ! of Wesley where, we kneiv they were needed. , A little dinner pi^rty-ioi^ 4 old wo-inen at the Jlisslon, coutluded our Christmas'work, iftrid no part of it, wo beliqvei'wks more enjoyed. , We|wl8h>;|o thank the Herald, and all those, who so generously-contributed tb:'i the 'GoodtoUow's , fund, either through the'Herald or to the Mission direct, (^ga.) A. M. Tllloy, Supt. RYS.lH|iGEi Petrograd, Jan. 10;-Unofficial reports of tho fIrfTsesslon'iSfflje peace negotiations at Breat-Lltovsk when they were resumetlpn tue8dtt.v; snV 'that.Leon Trotzky, Bolshevlki foreign m'.nifitier, insisted upon the removal ot tlie conference to^Stockhblni. Ho is reported toMiayo told th'e German and Austrian delegates tUat'it they did not acce^le to request they would fool the weight of tho arms of the Russian democracy and tho weight oTthoyolqe-of their own doniocracles.; ; , \ Tho Evening Post abys the Germans d'.d not refuse to contlnuOitho negotiations, but that it was not spoolt.'ed. where they would take^piatjo, clufrch. These little artiolos itre beau- FiFTY APPEAtS Winnipeg. Jan 7.--^About fifty ap-, ...... ^ ,......,, , "^l" y^Tih^L �!"!h"'^k '^''H^i'JIE; " tn 1 "t>��y i^nd daluilly trimmed appeal tribunal VlHv be carrljsd'to (,,HinB and laeo afid iiro to eo to Htawu, It wa|^lc.n,ed this mornlmr. ^'XiTeiVno Mov'l^u^^^^^^^^ " whp unfortunately, will roqulrp them very'soon." . - I'.ffom; another section ot Cainpflro 'gl{'ls'V/b received n quantity of jchll dron'gVfilfithlng,, made oxprosB' Winnipeg, r'jMi.-'i'lio ' Canadian Northern Hallway and subsidiary companies such as the C, Express and G.N.W..Telegraphs, bavo challenged the Manitoba AVorkmen")* Compensation Act'ttBimconstliutlonal, have ro-fiiBod to bo bound by Its provisions from Its Inception, have paid no funds madollpto the protectlvo fund ot the com-  lieusatlbn board, and have paid no i_ .t... 1-;...... the' political leaders'ot tHo tWo'great Bngllsh - speaking 'commoijwehlths, agroelni; as they do In all oBstmttal points, connot but hav� a.U'Pmondoui) Influence.for-Kood.".AV*',�.^fv*. and! then batt)ei> lor weoke *,'r monthH'kto collect Irom the O^J^.R, >,tH)nipanlefl!i Tlio'^government r ot ^Chll- U8� .iip''the"ohttlleneo,| nnd'hns osaly for rotaluedjlBaw Pltblado, ilCC, to fight IN A GREAT ROW- Amsterdam, Jan.. O.-Wnumber of dlsaliled Gorman soldiers were invfted , on Monday to attend a meeting ot tho Fatherland Party, founded recently lu (ho interests of the ,uu(i-Gormau8 und other uncompromising oldmoqts. They grew resUesB undgr the 'flow o( Chttuvin's't talk from thoN annexation-lets, sayB t*iB Soclaliftt organ Vpr> waerts of Berlin. They .were not permitted to speak, and a,stormy scene followed.' . : \ ""�: . One of tho BiioakorB referred to Mi'o disabled Boldtern us deBortors who had left Hlndonburg'B banner to betray , their coraradoa. ';So<^He pt the cripples," Vorwaorts sayB, 'Av^ro belabored with sticks and ntiuBod, by tho, heroic 'homo warrlnrjj' of the Father-inurt party, mio ppliofr finally ordered the dsabltid soldiers,to ioavu/lhu hall," ," ^' "1 ; In concluding Us a,Qopuut', the qientlitfi;, ,the newspaper remarks; : ,'i,"Th.e 'hopfte wurrlovs" of (,hp-PatUer-liind party )vore.,lott^ tp thoniBolvoa and now^now.wltul. lUo tlold uranit 'tUInk ol iSbaL" . - " ''� 61046??96245 7?19378912 ;