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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Y, J A.N 20, 11J DAILY UEHALU PAGE SEVEN On Sale This Week in Clarke's Stock-Taking In face of the fact that wholesalers and manufacturers caution against cutting prices, advising tKat prices for the near future are bound to be twenty to thirty- fiv'e per cent, higher than they are now, we offer these exceptional bargains for all this Week, assure you that in many cases sale'prices are as low as For the future, bowever, we havs'protected against sharp' advances by very early placing of orders, and while our prices for spring will consequently be as low as those we kave had to offer for Fall, it will be another six months' at least before bargains of such a character as these are offered again and you would be well advised to take advantage of such sayings during this Annual Stock-Tak- ing Sale." PHONE v LINES ON AN OLD FLAN. DERS BATTLEFIELD bo Extra! Wide. Embroideries T 25 c Values up to.SOc Pine Swiss goods hi widths ranging from 6 wonderful valuo at Ihla very low sale Extra! Silk Lisle Hose------------58c Regular 75c Value. Extra fine quality, Silk Lisle Hose in colors black, white cud brown. Kegular and 0. S. sizes, very special value at price. Extra! 68c Value'V j Heavy, stroug thread, 70 inches wijp. Very strong and durable; free frum dress- ing and fplendld tu wear. Only Uie echoes o( blown, Jlere. where'the buys have iiet-u; a "myriad poppies SQTVU .Uright on a field til green. Here, where HIP wcodeu cjosst-s biJe Silent, and poypy-crowued. This is a spot where brave men died, 'Ttiis U their-hallowed ground. -Margaret Hilda Wise, in H very woman's World. A ff fj, o o C- PERSONAL -5 ttagratiuLi. righteous tie ss will sliowD tn have prevailed over .the ol ihe people. Then; is much talk of democracy whU-lt u> niaiiy means unlimited censf. One kind of democrat (to drag everyone elae down to his level, and there is the udbler who- EM iliost bt'iic.uh struggling agi'nst J drt'.mistanfe and roaches out to j lil', to a loiter order of things. Autocracy was interpreted at; an in-, j dividual or ?et of individuals lording I it over of society. I Kaisemm ivas one kind of auto- crat y. There is another and U is firmly i-mrenciit-d in C-iiuida. This is aot a military autocracy, but an eco- nomic. i "IlefoH- wo cau claim w Uive 1 This power controls our legiala- [killed miliuilsm we cease the! tines and threatens the future safety j military training in our public! of uur lountry, and is even wore dan- i si-hoots." was tL'j contention of 'han kaisorism. An I VrK limey, M LA. tcv Hare-holm. 1 tltuenshtp i? needed who by constl- hti'ore a crowded audience! tutional oiethods cm bring about a re- al tin? Hornin 1 volution in our present social whereby f Woman Member of Alberta Gives Talk at the 1'oriun and Dr. Galtivan lias returned from a visit to Kingston autl other points, Miss Xetia Clarke ot is vis- iting In ilje cily Tor a few the jruest of Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Mackay. Mrs. Mathews of Macleoil is the guest of Mr. auil Mrs. (J. 11. Harniau Toi- a few days. Kind of was I ihe sisbjeei-tUle of Mu. Mc-Kinnty'a i ai3dreL-s. Our Is! faulty and dangerous. The uf I nations are largely eulogized because j i of tbulr t'THciL-ncy in hilliug people.1 j and like world [uven- Uonti ars passed over very slightingly. real heroon of nations arc" these f iinliviiliiils whs have tfielr fireai gltU tiiul for progress in industrial arts f-iiences- TUe real history AH-the'Newest1- Neckwear 'Collars, Flssuos.'Collar and Sets, elc., at Off Big Savings Still Offered in. this Annual Stock-Taking Sale of Ready-tO'Wear Not an old garment hi the lot, remember every one bran-.' new this season and now offered at saviugs of twenty to forty per cent, Fur Trimmed Suits and Coats up to J 100.00, Taupe, brown, burgundy; etc., tbo handsomest garments. of the season. Pure Wool Tweed Coab; Regular S29.GO SulUMe tor'.winter, or spring motor use: Very smart, snappy styles. cheap. Aprons and House uresws Prints and v Gingham's ip' splendid wanhiag materials, light lid, off cr'epes, crepii 'ds chines, clc. AH Included. Coat On Sale at J42.00 Finest pure velourc. A few- good; numbers 'left. Selling at the one price. Waist Sale All >silks, crcpo de 'chines, georgettes, etc., Included in this sale. Wool Sweaters logoff JJuUoneil .fronts and pnH- over stj'Ies. .Various Colors. Dress Sale fl9% Ott of any Ureas in .storfe. crepe-de' 4clilriesr etc. All colors, and 'sizes at' very low sale prices. Clearing Out the Furs at Very Low'Sale Prices ONTARIO RAT COAT 50 inches long, SO inch swfieji. Beautifully skins, dark rich colors, lined tnfoushoul with splendid grade of poplin silk.'Sizes to 44. Very special at on JI37.50 Red One- Third Off Ermine Set.'One-Third Off Sslt Optouum Set. One. Third Off Sal. Natural Wolf Set. One- Third.Off Sale....... K8.S3 4125.00 Black Wolf Set. One- Third Off Sale fi45.qO Electrified Thibet Set, One-Third Off Sale Regular Ghamois Gloves 1.48 STOCK TAKING White- stitching All sizes.- j that war is and the recent dellvereA at the Forum. Mcrliii Cahoon'and Kalph KnoirUon i WRr a war of rlehteousness. The L Mrs, K. AVaJdinglon (iirecteij were week-end visitors in the (act lhat i from CantsLon lhc wore D0t lor war as the (iermaus had been, and when future generations shall review at the Inr-'Of history the cause and efletts whMi led uji lo the great world con- the Mr. J. C. DouuEdsoi! P. Uurus ieU last night for a busiuc'5 trip tn Calgary, Mr, and Mrs. Grant Uark of holm were week-end visitors in Ihs city, visiting the latter's parents, Mr. and ilr'i. J. Kcnney.' i Miss L. Spencer of North Battle-' j ford, who has been visiting in the cily i o for a 'few tla'ys, left yesterday Medicine Hat, where she ivill be thejo guest bif her nuht for a short time. Jiiss Spenter will later go on to Cal- gary. j T musical program, and Miss Hilda Mc- Millau sang a Eolo very pleasingly. Dr. Canybcare, who presided, an-' nounccd Mr. A. Jaliuson. of the U. A., the Eueater Ior: next Suoday, the subject to be an- nounced during {lie week. AD yoc wjiiU and i 'ill other colors. AU slips. Thursday afternoon al 2.30. ,A gooil attendance retiuesled, Also those haviiiK lloxes'please bring or sent! them at v WEDDINGC Friends ot-Plight Lieut, Hurrison of tbe Itoyal Corps u-ill be pleas- tftl 10 learu' liial his mother, Mrs. Her- risoli, 231 7Ur Ave. soufh, has receiv- ed word from him to the effect thai he is just recovering after a very serious 1 DOUBLE WEDDING On Saturday, January ISLh. aii ia- teresting evciu took place '.at Krioi 51anse. when a double .wedding was solemnized. Captain tbe Flev. A.J 11. unitioj in inatrimdiiy i Mr. Jerry Church aotl Miss Beatrice Amelia Colllnson. At the'same time. Illness of Influenza lasting sli weeks. M- Samuel CosscUe and Jliss Eliza- belli-Grace Hoy were united. Mr. and Ho is expected home shortly as he ap- ared 'before the medical board on Regular Cotton Hose 1 vhlte All siiES, Cashmere He riEGULAR SALE ose 75c i ;Very tine sizes In Block. .Finest ?1.90 STOCK TAKING SALE'..........., Full range ot colors. Plain and stripes. A: One- flf and most frllcr'- Milne mass meetings (or..women-was heW-ycatenlay afternoon in Wesley chnrch arid nddreaaed by Mjra. of (ho KTahgcHsU Her on Iho "House ol audience, was, migKtlbi alj9 .aopic of Kcscitc Work Vfirk'tfly'and IdW ot fifirna niarvcilpiis.ttiMis orconveraion of IhOaR who hart wanclernd far arid sirC Shn mplhcrlj'fihfl-cluii'ch mera- luirfc of '.o rise up from just n; professional relffiEotts life, a life of niero to Chrhlifin lifo'of sftrrincr! aatl ftir IkM lhat icIllTCsiilt InMho PlTlrig.of rnany young from go- inrnujilt. InnollncsP, bfk of proue" AMhcUltonh un.l i frlfintiahlp Thntiaantls of'poftplo.sifts "Roscno Mm iomes 16 drt they- hide In-their homes, pull-their rotes mt them and let some oho etsp.da II Miss'Sajfman sang cr's Child11-and the 'audience wftn moved by her .appealing voice and lone. Mlsa Lament presided over the rneetirig and 'assisted Mrs'.' in the grot lomorrow Mornfng wllh- nclgliborhood prayer ftleetinKfl ail over (tie cily the camptlsfi rnovea Inlo Us lourlh'wcek tfith' ftnadated force nnd Inlercsl. Ad u'nnsuftl meeting I' lo be held for 20 minutes from 12.30 to 12.60 lornorrow by tho Kvancelist oiuli 60.00D soldiers' dependcnlF, It Is ox- pccted, will bo rettirncd to Canada dor .tho scheme of specially- char- tered slearners. BULGARIANS PLUNDER SALOHIKI, Jan. toldlers contlnut plundering Ihe ihops at Deindcrlta, Rumelia, a5cord1nflt to xd'.'lces received. here, luig ft- 'pbrtti Jhal loldlen who are liclpnting in the work they ire actfrig In obedience' to orders from their supsrior. In the for for Wi a In c-s a men DS t ehurrh intl the i Tuoidny night U lo ftvcryhndy tnvilcil lojlic bettinrldsc family nlglit a il-ilic same tiirio from 1- lo iirpscnl is td tc given to tlio largest Rloj> v 130 Mitt Snxrrmn'14 a roaefc- cirt frfr fill v.omf'n anfl glfh; in Knox church, 'Miss m6cts dl rten I 111 norlerj ill 710 111 WHcy csllnj 11 firnily jtreaiiiit. All parents wllh (heir cfillrlroii arc Invited lo Tlicro be spcchl slnB'nj inl an hluf iddrcss, peai t January G tor transiiortatiou to Can- ada. Among Ihe outside visitors to the city for.the opera on.Saturday eveii- and Mrs. G. Milligan aud Mr. H. Brown merce, Miss. Knowles aud 3Iiss Stew- aft of .Coalhursf, Dr. Inkroat T. of Diamond City, Mrs. R. H. Anderson, Mrs. E. H. Tatnter, Mrs. J. Campbell, Misses Campbell and C. PlstfGf'taber aud Mrs. Clark and. Miss Clari; pt Gcautiai: v CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Queen Esther rehearsal in the G, W. V. A. hail nt S o'clock tonight. There will be a rrieeiing of the sen- ior C.G.j.T. bt Ih'e United, church in the.'haH tomorrow 'evening at 7.30 sharp. j' j i ladies of St.. PatrlcYs church hold a social, in the Conservatory of Music hail on Thursday evening, Jan. 2S at S.30 sharp. M-cmbsrsi of the Travellers Aid com- mittee will fake.notice that the annual meeting will be held on Monday even- ing in (he trtangle room i of the, Y. M. C. A. at S o'clock. j mcetjn'g of the Girl's Auxiliary tomorrow nfgiit, accouni of the Xoellner concert being ,1ieW in Knos'church. A special meet- 'i ing will be' helrl on the following1 Tuesday, The Music Oepartment of t MaEhesis" club will not; j ing on Tuesday "bn account of, ,lho Xaelner concert being giren .tu Knpx clmrcli on tnal .nlgtit. hut will, incet on Jrii'iiraday at tlic home ol Mrs. Stoltze at 8 o'clock. Tho Ktatory and Current Erenla >3c- of Iho'-Mathcsis' Club will pje'el al the Mrs. Allison. 7lh Avenue south" on. Tuesday, (Jan.! 21) nt 3 o'clock. The subject, for the day willbc Belgium, tvisd Paris, Favorite recipes will be member, j please bring her fccipe. i Mrs. Chnrch and Mr. and Mrs. Cos- sette ave all residents of Lethbrldge. SERBIAN PREMIER RESIGNS SALONIKI, Jsn. Pachitch, the Serbian premier, hag resinned. Prince Regent Alexand- er has askedj Storan Frotitch, the r finance minister in the Pachitoh cabinet, to .form, a new cabinet-' for the Croat-Sloven kingdom. EXPRESS RATE HEARINO WINNIPEG, Jan. Henry. Drayton, chairman of the board of railway commissioners, has.advft; cd the boarxi of trade that'the hearing in connection with tin. proposed Increase in the expreis rates will be held In Winnipeg and the west in February. Rev. J.' W. Schofield of Out., has been called' lo Sydeni'ain SI.- Melhortlst Church, Brantlord." Keeping Clean J 1'AHIS, .Ian. Tiie China will tlefftnd ai'lhe peace con- ference is given In an arllcle .in tho Echo do Paris. 7hls'.progrnrn Is of great Importance for the future of iho (Jlilnfac republic. The principal .riucsllon rciatfj to. tho re-pwiscsaUni of Ihe cf Klap ,Chau and fsing Tno the Ica'f o( il Ihq tstcni ralwaj thn re Vlaioli of cilftom tariffs, the ,o'peii'iiil! of Mongolia and tolcommerco. Ihe restoration to .China of Ihn power foni eriy rxort'scd foreign consuls and vofi cernlnf! lha .and sm'er'elgn ly gt C-blna., flflid f-ara plohwr1 died oif lielh He nas nlv.ctHoiir ivars bid ii prominent Stocks Clean Is the polio thrft is strictly adhered to in this busv slore Our itummage Sale is over and has been better th.n eier for whilh we thank our man} palronj uho hclpefl us to make it such a success futsafe uiumber of odds and ends lhat must be clesreii up before slocMaldug These will be placed on tl-e centra tables and marked at huge reductions CORSETS 1 l. f, ff tf CAMP-FIRE NEWS Monday, Jan. l the Wesley I Rirap Fires' at the home ot Miss Edjthe nnd Margery Ktnp, over thirty j girls there and over tint j had a jolly lime. During the nrst part of the evening all joined an old time "Slug Song." This was fol- lowed bv' a heart supper. i MoncUy'. .Jan. All camps will meet together to lakfl pan In Miss Kcwman'fl aid Icc'ure and rtenv onslratlqli. Ajl Iho gfr'3 arc asked to bring along 'Ihelr bandages, t ince-C'orii Louidcs wishes tlie to accepl his mosl'heftrlV ihanks for their kind don- ullon i 1 1 Th'd's Missionary Society of lie United Church will hold Ihelr regu- lar monthly meeting al Ihc home .of M a 309 M.' south on We can supply, you Mltb. almost all siscs in this wonder valiie Its a cor set boujht (o sell is a leader SoM msn firms at 31 50 Wo bought a huge snprils "hen the price was right anil now at this stock reducing1 sale we shard the bargain jou Sale, pair About co pairs in this lot, They are jusi a little better dualily and represent OUR ot the best lines of a leading mauuract- made. .good filling. A corset ot unbeatable value al the regular, prlo pair Rummage bate, o A A piir 6.WU 50. uair of gpod corsets -in excellent ciualtty of 'coutll.'Made w-ith gowi ateelr and jivell fiulsheil. Xpt nn olii style num Ijer fn the lot.' Suspenders attached, sizes 19 to 27 Regulaj- BO pair 1 Cft Ilunmage Sale, pair l.JVI ROLLER TOWELS Holler Tow6ls, made from good quarily of soft atsorh- Turkish lowclllng in heavy weight. Easy to launder and DO'. loo llrht in color Hegular 5100 ulue nummage Sale, 7C- each i i HtfCK TOWELLING Towelling ufth self strple in KOod quklity ui levels at a reasonable prlw 9ftr 6vC Pure white IS mdics T Is Hegular lOc value todaj Itmmnage Sale l.a LADIES'COMBINATIONS, ailic.s' ComblniHijt-a in Rood of wool anil coUoii. Made wllli sJiorUsleeves Is a lino we going OH'L of Ihe lalite Is spltndlil Hcgular "TC Sale tit I a LADIES' COMBINATIONS mbinations. Made with V neck and shorl slesvcs and ankb lensllu-Aiflno sod rinalKy that.will not Ihc most ecnstllvo skin Regular 8501) O hC Humraagft 8al-> GLASS TEA TOWELS A real bargain in lea towels nil read! for nw good end red border la fast color. These towels are cheaper (ban Ihe Icrial by-the yard. 30c value. Hummage 5 tor 1.00 FINAL CLEARANCE PRICES ON ALL COATS AND FURS. Co. S ;