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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TllimSDAY, JANUARY t6, NINE I'ARIB, WlUon Fiemlor Venliolos, Orsek jircmlsr. and A. Coromllm. Greek minister Dur a long conTeraa'.Iou, the GTWfc prem- ier presented 'arguments In support of Hellenic claims In the HIT settle- ment, irhlch Si. Venlteloj Mid were Uased on tbo principles Itld down fcjr the president Llmself. The company has purchased frpiu 'the Brlttoh govern Blx cargo steamsblpe ot .an ag- AMSTERDAM, Jan. view of rumors of the Impending out- break of a revolution In Holland, the Met Volk lays military guardi have been placed before the town hall and telegraph ottce at Leiden, which li about midway between Amsterdam and Rotterdam. HO ACTION WASHINGTON', Jan. IG.-By uoanl mouj rote today ths houso marina comrolttee decided to attomp at this session oi confc on'.the adnrtaistralioa moesure pro Doting government acqulslUoil of a) wirefoffs static ns. BAWOEN BROS. SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY WE ARE OFFERING SPECIALS ON OUR HEOULAH BTOCk, AT SAVINGS THAT ARE WORTH WHILE. SAVE WHITE ENAMEL BED, continuous poats, all sled tmino link Erring. combinallon maltros3. Regular 530.75. nfi Art Special iU.UU Or can be had wltli lelt mattress. Kegular J3S.OO- n Special No need to elaborate on this make of mat, recognized by all as the besrt. Ottered for Friday and Saturday at loss than cost. Stze'27x36. Specill S1.S5 Size 27x42. Special Size 36x42. Special..........'.......; J2.00 Size 36x43. Special S2_25 Size 36xM. Special ..5.............. S2.75 Size 36x56. DINING SUITES 8 piece Dining Suites, good sized buffet, mirror in back, 48 inch top eitension heavy pedestal base, extends to six feet, chairs have pad seats. This suite is, built of selected oak, fumtd finish and is offered at a price lhat can't possibly be duplicated. lUjgular Special Another one built of select tiuarter cut oat, golden, finish. Buffet he.3 dravrers, large linen draper with three, door cabinet, plate faifror In baolt, table 44 Inch top, extends to els feet, massive Tiettea Beats. RsBiilar tteaUil chatre are very strongly butlt, have parj -I 1 A Aft ilar ?140.00. Special FREE! FREE! FREE! To'Introduce our famous furniture polish into every home In will giro free one 25c boUle with GTcry 50c bottle you once USD .it, you will alvraya use it. For iurniturfr, -planoa, etc- A few left In this particular rtyg which'-vr.e will.clear-at less'than can ha hnueht u 9x12. Special i" u J2150 X I 9x9. Special tj 4_ REMNANT TABLE A largo afiBortmenT of. "remnants" curtain nela muslins, cretonnes tapestr} etc. a remnants of all at one third oil CURTAIN RODS Brati" Curtain Rods, Inches to 5J inches complete or with hooks and sndi Specfal 2 iar A COIL SPRING AND MATTRESS FREE Old Ivory. Bedroom auile, drecBer. dressing table, bed, chair and rocter.-Wo trJll'Klve a and lolt mattress, value J30.00 to the Wo. finish of thia suite has lison slightly damaged in Bhlpplng hcnco tits romarkablo olter. Suite ICft tin Complets 'iV.v.'......................................... "WE FURNISH THE HOME' 3flD LETHBRIDGE PHONE 615 PARIS. Jitn. Serbia cinnot Uko in the peace conforeuca unloss l in a delegation from the x.mbine'1 Serbo-Croatian Slovak stale, tie Jugo-Slar committee in a protest Issued here WHIM A WD8UETAS of the supreme council to dmh. froia ihti klusdoni of torbla. not of the om ot the Croats aad Slo eoea. Critloinnn The decisions of tho sujtrf-ine coun- cil as regards botli pu'jlicity ftiul rcp- ntaUoa nonouuced last night ate reely crHicltexJ in the French ncwa- oirs of this morning. rammentJog on tho of repre- entatlon, after pointing out that tho tfrl Ush and A uierieans togc thfl ;ara 15 votes out ol the total, viiy, if tlie britjsh dominions are rep- esented ECparatcly, arc Itic French colonies and protectorates not tiini- represenUril. A Great Ceremony PARIS, Jan, The imtusnration ot the congress on Saturday will 'be carried out with ceremonies LONDON, Jao. has bsen restofed in Berlin, accord- ing to an official wireltss mes- sage to the German A at km sent out by the government and pEcked up here, The message is signed by Premier Ebert, Phillip Schlede- niann and Herr LancSsberg, Gus- tave NosVe and Herr members of his cabinet, say thai government is determined to prevent by every means at lit disposal a repatltlon of "similar abominations." fiyht a blaze in UK the Vtosteru Transfer To. The blaze started AVASinXUTON', 1-.--K o! Uii? slates a the prohibition fitil their at'iun in liie inent. A q lie HI tun tu Tin1 i liaie of the auien'lmeiii WAS i. 'MlJns j day when news liint anil the il-b 'K-lic-vi-d, arvl the stile, had JT swept from or.': trj ilie other j by a siatcuii-nl of Sci-aior Bhenln-rrl j ol lite hjng winch is in three i of Texas, author o! the rofuluiioa that sceiionB. By r-auMs efiy.-ta the j the country v.-ould dry cue year fire was confined to UT> root, ami the from tyday. Othor stuJents of tLe j walls wore left little Jam- question held tliat ratification agoi. thai it me nee repairs I" mmiff. Jiouso Is BOIV beins; fjllr-0, company will do c-vt ryrhitip to ovcrcomo liie bulldluff Uiis ylnitr. One feature of fire voui-lnot coijii'lc-UM until rir.o ye.tr i The ice formal ceriJticdiion by the ili'.e. l uiU iho i Possibilliy of a ilifiVrtncc of months j roFsible in the calcuhiiion of the was thy first slatoj has not rot certified its action to the state depart- and till the j turc-suw. I to ratify tne alike to the HIM) rii-of meiit, althous.li Urn atTirmnUve vote on fc was that about ISO'tons of TKik-d hay '-ho amendment was taken more and Btrtiw stored in it .-aved from the fire raging over it. This jms- BiMc by1 keeping ;i tieady of waier playing' on it. Tlie fire broke out about 2.30 and lasted over three hours. is placed at' 53QOO. Severe] tons of Guch an occasion.' dc- trocps will yay honorj ;o the anivlng deJegates, and Stephen Plchon ,the R-encli foreign minister, receive the various delegations, The meeting will Legiu at o'clock eharp. Tho plenipotentiaries Bit around a horseshoe labSe, the'tnMdle part of Ibis table Ijeing resen-ei. for officers. The delegatlotis wilt be grouped by states in alphabetical or- ns llicy appear in ihe_ Almanac de 'American delegates w'hl be at one end, then those of the HrltiEli Flrance, and Japan- in. order usnied. Atter ihcm will come representatives of other states, also seated alphaueilcally. Wh en all are s eated Pre sttlent ivill enter anil take the presidential ami cliair lo make tbo opening address. It is understood that he ivi'.l refer to the tragic epoch ending so gloriously tor the entente atid for which for four years upheaved the -world. He is expected: also ..to refer- to the immense task of uni- versal winch must be tho' work of the conference, and the high ideais of justice, which will bu observed during tho deliborations candidates for the Uie peace congress. He -rtiil--thenl were as.foJIov-'s.'- conclude by declaring, the, .session open and ivill j _ Premier wMl.taKe jiis ilace in the cliair as chluf of the delegaUon t! ;s being his U as '.10 co z is capital of P'rance. Me wU! re- quest the assembly to elect officers, vhichj besides a president, Vlll in- clude .Tlce-presidont_s and a Eenef3! aecretary. Regulations for -the f.w- gress.iyill.tlieif be read. It -is expect- ed they Trill -be ratified as they stand. after will be made public. n Two Languages Jan. in- straw were buractl. up outsi'lc the a year ago, Jan. S lli. 191S. Prohibition leaders regard the ef- fective dato as a matter of small moment, however, Inasmuch as try-wido prohiliition is ordered July 1. Vermont Dry MOXTEPKL1KH, Vt., Jan. senate voted in favor the ratifica- tion of (he federal prohibition amend- ment today, 24 to 4. Tho house was expected to act on the resolution lat- er. Wyoming Dry CHKYBNXB, Wyo., Jan. Wyoming legislature today rati- fied the prohibition amendment, loth houses aciiug before noon. Rich! Strong! Delicious 1 It stimulates a man for his woi'k in the morning and helps him to forget his troub- les at night. Ask for it. Out Sale Out' of Business 2000 Pairs of Shoes Going Working Boots- 6.50 4.50 4.25 3.00 1 .values, To clsar To clear, clear 'li.QO' To clear' Men's Shoes i4.BO values. To clear Tfllues. -To" cleaf clear 1 Values. -To clehr 5.00 5.00 4.50 3.50 Shoes clear values. To o Lttd vflluca. To o Ot? "VaiuSs. To bloir JS.65 values. To clear............... ralaes. To ClMT Ladiet' Shoes values. To j ftA clear..................4.UU 15.00, M.50 values. To Taluei. To valuoi. To clear ?2.EO To clear Boys'Shoes, SUO, Tslucs. To clear 13125, -rallies To clear............. 13.60 taluM, To clear (2.75, (260 Tallies. To clear..........., To clear 2.00 1.75 '3.50 2.75 2.25 1.75 3.00 2.50 2.50 2.00 1.75 We also carry a Good Line Dry Goods All must be sole! in thirty days. ,The shelves must be emptied. Joe Bublick, Diamond City clines lo the -belief- that Miners of district IS arc Totiug again today-on the election of a presi- dent ami vice-president, the last elec- tion on December 10 not having pro- ilucDtl a sufficient majority for Ihe leading candidates to declare them electcJ. The candidates to contort the presi- tlency are David of Fernie. and P. M. Chrisfoylier, of Khirrnore. For vice-pi eotlenl, Alex. JJcFagen. and W. Dicker.sirn ari th.R cautlldaies. At the last election the total voles polled by above positions iiigga, 1146; J..Clarke, CIS. Vice-president McFagcn, 2oS9; Tlio yotca 'hcFfi candi- ni Ciiris: iplier, S4; ilarkc. 19; McFagen, 203; Lund, 43. Tlie voles roiieii at for these caodiatC3 were: Chrisiorhor, Si; liggs, 72; Rees, L3; Clarke, 4; 2S; DickenEoa. 13; I.und, 40. Tltc vote icr secretarj'-'reasurer at 3thtrii3ge ivasi- nrpTrne, 303; Oeard, 37; Late, 32.-AT Taber the vote -was: discus- sions of the conferEncc will ,be carried ori in both and French, but remarks tha.t -the eierclse of two authentic for the treaty, one in' English and ono In French, might inrbl ye. serious Inconveniences ias a Htcra.; transla- tion'. s generally impossible.' It.hopes that French alone -will be used' the text of the is hr.s uccr. done since the treaty of Westphalia. 155; 1'fard, C; Lote, 1. Miners of Gslt mines are also vot- ng on. the selection of a physician. ORION (From Our Own CorrftSponQmil ORION7, Jait. End case beroiTcmcnt has occurred in the dis- trict south ot town, Mr. 1'icfcelt I his mother, wife and daughter 'from the prevailing epidemic. Three'-aUtoft with Iho coffins passed through Orion on their way to Raymond on Thursday, where the funerals will take :plaee. Other members of the' same fnmiiy aro also suffering from Iho 'fTu. According to notices in the-'post ofttce, school trustee annual'mefetings wlU he held in the forv tho purpose of giving repo! tlncting etc. Tho first annual meeting'ot- the Orion Consolidated, No. will be heM on Monday, January 13. The two auditors for Ihc district, Mr.' Feck nnfl S. Eggleston. havo tbcon husy rhccklnK Ihe slatcinetits of'ac- counts to 'be [ircFcntcrt to the annual school mcotlng anrl the department of education." The fine weather we are now Is beneficial to the henping out of doors and tobltiii'g well. -We arc at a great dlsfldvanlagc in only getting our nail once a week In early days settlers here mall twice a week, although we were over 30 miles from a railway. Efforts aflr. Oliver, ('apt, .T. W. Sicmboff f'fiijj'.ify. hnfl Jiean iransferrc-.l iu lii.i Gist wedding aniiivcrsarv by tiiko thr- by Mr, SpaT- off lha delit Anglican ford'r. cliurcli at v TOMORROW WE WILL SELL Fresh Herring 1 A_ at per pound I Fresh at per po und '1 1C Fresh Soles 1 1 at per pound i A Fresh Brills at per pound White Fish 1 A _ at per pound JL THERE ALSO BE ON SALE SALMON, HALlBUt, BLACK COD, SMELTS, SMOKED HADDIES, SMOKED SABLE FISH AND KIPPERED HERRING, You are protected by the Pure Food Laws of Canada when you buy at any fif onr markets.' P. BURNS CO. Limited PALACE MARKET THIRTEENTH 8TREF.T M. PfONE 411 Canada Retail License No. 9-795? MAIK MARKET THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONES 412 AND 1383 Canada Food Board Retail LTcenM No. 9-7952 DOMINION MARKET COR. 4TH AVE. AND 6TK ST. PHONE 1654 V Canada Food-Board Retail. Llcfnie No. ;