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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 14, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 1 PAGE PTVB EAT CLEAN-UP SMASHING ALL RECORDS! $40,000 Ladies and Gents High-grade Clothes will be sold during, this month at less than HALF-PR We are determined not to carry any of our immense Htock over this season. At any price we are going to sell. We have marked everything ^t prices that will bring cro^vds to our store. Cost does not ligure. Every regular price ticket was examined and 30% to 05% ruthlessly cut off. Kealize the tremendous opportunities tliis sale otters you for saving money. This is the climax to a season of marvellous value-giving, a sale that will long be remembered by those fortuniite enough to secure a ROYAL STORE garment at HALF PRICE and less. You can not overlook this real sale. Come early tomorrow morning and get best selections. SOCKS! SOCKS! Black and colored cashmere, lisle and wool, Regular price 35c and iHc. Sale Price..........,................ faWU FINE TIES 15 dozen assorted neat Ties, many colors to choose from. Regular price 60o. OC#* Sale Price.................... COC EXTRA FINE TIES 20 dozen splendid Ties, neat designs and plain eliades, good silks and poplins 9Ca Regular price 7&o, Sale Price..... VWC MEN'S CLOTHES HALF-PRICE Our entire stock of 900 Suits and Overcocats included in this offer. Suits and Coats of every new model, well finished and trimmings of the very best. Ifo matter how many special sales or how deep reductions are riiade, they can not equal these prices: $15.00 Suit� or Overcoats....... . V. $750 $18.00 Siiits or Overcoats....... ., $9.00 $20.00 Suits or Overcoats ...,. .... $10.00 $25.00 Suits or Overcoats . ..'...... $12.50 $30.00 Suits or Overcoats .......... $15,001 All Blues and Blacks........ ...... .33% off 1*. Trousers Trousers .100 ipalr fine assorted Worsted Pants. Reg. price ?3.50 Sale Price $1.75 100 pair fine Worsted and ^Eweed' Trousers, neat stripes. Regular price $4.50 and $5.00 |^a Sale Price ............9faaOU Women's Ready-to-Wear Offers savings you probably will not be able to make again in years. Every garment must be sold. Come early for good selection. $4 .95 For To-morrow FRIDAY Four Dollars and Ninety-five Cents is all you need to Buy the most Stylish COATS I SUITS Jlaterialsi Plaids. Checks Zebellnes, Tweed Mixtures Materials, Serges!, Cheviots, Tweeds, Diagonals. $4 DRESSES Materials-Velvet, Serges and Silks. $4. 95 The above are our regular stock and values 110.00 to $25.00. While they last...... $4 .95 American Lady Corsets Balance of our stock of this Famous Cor-'set; giving up the line. .While they last- HALF PRICE. Skirts and Underskirts Balance oj our stock in Silks, Serges, Tweeds and Voiles. Your choice while they last. Regular price nip to $8.00. OK Sale Price.................... Furnishings Neckwear-A strong,range of fine 4 Bg^ Ties and Suspenders. iSale Price.. � *�w  This Sale places befdre our customers the right goods at the right time; It's a marvelous demonstration of the wonderful saving opportunities of this famous economy store. THE STORE 512 Third Avenue South This tremendous store with its Immense stock of trustworthy goods Is helping many hundred families to economize. MERCIER WILL WITHDRAW NOTHING The Hague, via (London, Jan. 13.- Cardinal Dessideratus Mercier, the Primate of Belgium, declines for the present to discuss what he defined as the "vexatious measures" of tne German authorities in Belgium, with reference to him, and to the pastoral letter^ written hy him at ChrlstmaB. General .von Bisslng, governor-general of the Belgian territory occupied hy the Germans, in reply to a request made by the Associated Press that he forward to Cardinal Mercier a telegram asking him for the �exact facts lu connection witli the Incident today said: "Cardinal Mercier requests mo to forward to you the following dispatch, in response to youv inquiry-^.. �.. ^ "'I feel very much the sympathy you have aho^wn me, And fqr whlth I. thank you; hut I prefer not',to dwell for the moment.on tlie vexatious measure to which youfallude, and I prefer to continue to shut myself in my episcopal ministry. I wish-to  declare, however, that I have wlth(lrawn nothing, and wlU withdraw nothing from my pastoral iettefr.^(Signed) ^ Cardinal Mercier, Ariohhisbop of Mallnes.' " General von Bisslng adds:' ' � "As this reply..of the' Cardinal might give, rise to mlsu^idfrs.tandlng, I add, therefore,.to the remarks: I.fcer-talnly caused proofs � of the. pastoral letterln the printing offices to he confiscated, and 1 summoned the: priests to give up-copies of. it In thfelr possession.. The CardiJfal-never has Bfeen arrested, nor has'Silia 'tiersonai'llherty, in any other 'way;:'been encroached uporf: I have merel"y,'iby means of .officers of my staf?; Toquested him to give me explanations of the tendon- cies of- the pastoral letter, and, he-^Idies.this, in" or,der: to. prevent possible manifestations,' I asked him to abandon > proected journey to Antwerp. '\ "If these Imeasiires, perhaps, appear to. the Cardinal subjectively vexatious, yet they were objectively absolutely necessary In order to clear up the situation." � � SENTRY WAS ON . THE JOB James Hendrie, former postman here,, now in training at Salisbury, writing to his mother, relates an incident of Col. Turner of- the Canadian Highlanders, testing, out one of the Lethbridge boys on sentry duty. The Colonel failed to give the countersign, and the sentry was on the job. He jabbed the Coloner with his bayonet.- '..The freshness arid crispness of Sa-lada tea is due to the enormous sale which ensures. Its reaching you within a few weeks after being plucked. IN THE WAKE OF THE WAR'S GYGLONE ilA HAS SEN 00,000 MEN ; What IS Leit of One i'leliiy Viliage,k)iDomretiw, trance Delhi, India, Jan. 13, via London, 4.05 p.m.-Tile Viceroy, Baron Bard-inge, in a speech today at the opening of the Vico-Regal Council, disclosed that the troops which India had contributed to the war numberd 100,000. These soldiers are distributed in France, Egypt, .East Africa and along the Persian Gulf. �Baron Hardinge spoke feelingly of India's proof of patriotic sentiment. In this connection he said that the "noblest sentiment ever uttered concerning a nation's duty was expressed in the words of Abraham Lincoln; 'Witli malice toward none, with charity for all, with firmness in the right, as God gives us to see the right.'" No HIrrc Files Simple Heme Remedy Easily Applied Gives Quick EeUef-and Costs Hotliiiig to Try. CAVE DWELLERS OF BRITISH ARMY IN NORTHERN FRANCE^ n* Pyramid Snil* from  Siail* TrUL Pyramid Pile Remedy gives quick relief, stops itching, bleeding or protruding piles), .hemori'hoids and all rectal troubles, in � the privacy of your own home. Pyramid Pile Hemody is lor sale at all druggists, 5bu a box. A single box often cures. A. trial treatment will'be mailed free for the asking. Pyramid Drug Co., 517 Pyramid Bldg., Mar^Uall, Mick.-Aavt, if Lance Corp. Jatvis,, V.C., Royal Engnieers, descnhmg his experiences; said: ''My company 1 spent three weeks ma" large ,. and, deepsand -Pit with three tiers of dufrouts m whiclvj ven days?,tbov�i aiidalthbu^ tho men livehe Royal Scots Fusiliers. I spent, myself,, >ole- exposed to nij,** and Mtell, wc had.^ ouly cue' ed," i 27 ;