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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 21, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta ^^^liiiffliiliif Ibf'jTdirSiitQSuiilverslty In an,address strife. M'oftould^jppmj)BJbor>Mt Ub-|bei6i�il*SGanadian club yierotmi'The'Oity has doiie to'dtjpreiscd, peol>les �i*(;lssible3Tonns of Peace." nuAt. ami look to the futuio PiiUduun'* fel'ivk^ >r^p djvj^s of the most importaait vaiue-gh'ing yet aunouncedeby this store await you liere on Ymf:. Mi^'ftyjiand-Sattt-rday, wbeu we combine all tbe final clearance, pi-ice^-tf our Pre-InVentory Sale |ff't#t^"tlie^ealiy wonderful savings of our Annual White.Sale, Avitliithe object in vi6w of making these thestT\;o banner days of the entire raonth. ^, ; ^ Prices are certainly low eiiongli f"Uy warrant oiii- expectatioujs, aud all merchandise offered of the same bigli standard you have come to look lor here. ' This Annual Embroidery Sale Offers beyond a doubt the most remarkable sav-ings ever announced in siniiilar goods in this city -by far better than our sale of a year ago, which m ^> is,well remembered by scores of,.Avohien who shared in its savings. /' SEE THESE VARIOUS i:iNESAPCLpsE;vRA�|^Ge^?THEV'^ FiMiOOK afeTTER ON TWE TABLE THAN^^THEY DQ-^N PAPER. ':1:0c .� �''Pbur to eight inch widthe, vrortli tip to;306; id�ings and Insertions in; Swiss M 5c Edgings and Insertions in splen-t^fdia q.uailities, t,wo to four Inches , worth 60c yard. Mi t45c IS m Finest Swiss ..Cwset .Btabroidery, 'IS .Inches .wlde,^ worth 75c yard. 50c SI.00 ZrClnch .Baby 5Houncin�s, r^I^ped'or bemsUtched edges, "kliity, designs. seal-very : 46 inch;F[ouncin�S:'in most elab-' ortite designs, all very fine qualities. I Positively^ the " LAST CALL" On All winter Goods in the PfeJfaventory iSaie In addition, to ottering*;tho widest assortmentB and best selections of many kinds, m'merchandise for household or >dui- own personal use, we feature tor touiorrow and Saturday,'the lo^rest prices , 'ttikti Germany would deniawil,.: it bjt vOhtihcei. sbo shaoM prove vviotcr^ ,ious aiSd^. .liirhat � .Great t Britain iwould , vreciuli'e> when she woii; the expected' |,;TiCtory, Prof. Wrong also dealt v/iih ;matters moto ' * .> ~ �  TERMS O*'* PEACE As to Brl!t;,ish terms of/, peace, the lltst was thAt'Belgium should ireco.v-er' all and more than'sh(^ had saon-liced. Next, that Fiance should be made secure.from the Qcrmnn men-, ace, which,, ^meant; that: vAlsnco and Lorraine should go bkck to Francb.'; Then she ,wcfuW, demand ' that the right of:;8mallet nations- to'bc placed; on an unassailable foundation shcidli.' piun :M%y il^a^an^ ^ E. Plhkhui^t-yeg�-l "done me' lots of good � and I now feel fine. I you like. I am proud of what your reo|e*i. dies have done for me."^ Mra. Hakv GAuTBiEii, 2i Ridge StVUoltiMlier|ytI An Honest DependableHedltilng.. It must be admitted by eirery: fiiir^ minded, intelligent parson, that a medii> m ','While we think that Germany sut- i cine could not live and growin popularity, as well." Corset Sale 95c Regular 91.5(1, value A. new line specially, purchased; the best we've ever had to show. ^ Hosiery Sale 35c 3 for 91.00 Pine Cashmere and; Worsted Hosiery in all the. wanted sizes.- . Ladies'Vests SOe Regular 75c/value Vests and. Orawei's to match in excellent- qualities, white only Wool Gloves 25c; . Worth up to 45c A full range of all the wanted colors In excellent quality. mmm is U.F.A. fes$�l>b Skirti for ............. .$2.00 ; il^Bb: iSklrtS;, foi'V............ $2.1*0 C;|�,B(SiSndiiafM^ i.�...:,/.>>$2*0 :4t5c:Wf^^*'i^^^'~'--'- �  -COc :^:6!6i'-Xiiwer?'U)'Z>.. ^-'.-.y.... .80c ;.$L25 Dirawers for .; r..$1.00 -ljli.60 Draweirs;fbf ...____..... .$1.20 .tjj'bOO Gowns for..............80e fl.25 Gowns for----.$1.00 .|1.bO Gowns.^ for .............$1.20 |1.75 Gowns for...........'.$1.40 .'|'|2.0,0 Gowns for......,.----..$1.80 ^'j'2.5b Gowns-for......'.......92JOO T.^3.00 Gowns for ..'...........$2.40 ^SioOGoTVns for .......-.....$2-80 $,4.0(1 Gowns for......$3.20 $iOP Gowns for........i...i.$4.ob Mc Corset Covers for ....... .".40c 'tec Corset' Covers for ____..; .SSel' ; 75c'Corset Covers for...... -60c, i&bo Corset Covers for .........75c s5i.OO- Corset Covers for ...�. ..8� UADIES' VESTS.'DRAWERSAND UNION SUITS *ND CHILDREN'S LINES;A)S.W;ELI..AU. IN^LUO-ED FOR THIS EINaL CLEARANCE ........V. Final Clearance Of All Furs FUR NECK-PIECESV-MU'FFS'AIND SEPARATE PIECES OR MATCHED ";SETS,:YbuR CHOrCE OF THE ENTIRE STOCK FOR QUICK SALE..., Coat Sale: SI 2.50 ^lilt Sale SI 3.75 fers from UlOsions we. must try to! dispel our., own,v-illusions," Prof. Wrong sald.^ "It is - ah iUusiotf) to think that Germany can ' be starved out m this war. She can be �broken only by hard fighting." so as toVglV^rthe same free entry /to British goojasvcomin^iinto^ Canada,as Canadian'goods have iri going into for nearly forty years, and ttHlay KdW a reeord for thousands upon; thonsanda of actual carM, aa baa Lyd)a'E.''Pihki ^S"'? V*��t�b!a Cpmpoiind,: witHMt" jPOflsessing great virtue'.^^tad actnid wortii. Such medieinea must belddked upon and termed IeCompodnd will helpyoa,#ri^ interlocking: rilREGTORATBS^........ ^ ^. . �A resolution by - Wheatland Centre |ttoj:.y ^Dlr pro- 'IHEtDSMNEY vidmg for uncoUefted; 'Ja^'da,.., v Board, and Messrs. H. A. McKiJlop, ' M'j R. Davidson and H. Fleetwoqd , %no further overdrafts would bei t(^lerated until their present,debt $(t5i,0B0 was'.cleared up.. Tfce. citjr., 0�{^s tjie' school board $p5,O0D:m uh-.p|ii^,taxes, and they wantedstoMo^i ^^at the council was griiig, to do al;i5Jut it. -f , , ^i^^ s'JThey wefe, told that n6',9,ae co'uld; ,,t�ke blood out'of a stone,'aiid that begi>�i^g they oquld d'o^as^f " sHaxa.X'iTf^ that they woi^.^|^T ,them !-rimtillr;.;swe;' selutlo^^^^^ '--'Mwo'r,:c!.^, have to wait a-"while for earned shekels. ' ' . The delegation thought that pos-, sibly arrangements Could be . made any of them. The baink: of, AJedicina with some other bank, or that the Hat was practically, forced, to carry account, could be divided up among! the school board afcount.'^.while : ;:ln ttie various banks, as in other cities,'other cities,' the administratcrjs had but at the time of going to press no no idea as to where their oities stood way out had been-located. financiallv. The mayor hope^'^toliring Mayor Hardie pointed out that ev- a solution back with 'him.-/rora Ot-ery.;9ity in the "province is confronted! tawa.' . ? y/ *- " � TO BOOST PRODUCTION Ottawa, Ont:, Jan.^1.-J. J. ,Woc^ bridge of Calgary has-been appointed' to take charge of the Alberta organization in the campaign -to increase Canadian ^production in 1916. � .. Bank Clearings Bank clearings this wieek totalled |30S,682.uO, as against $514,486.12 for the corresponding wefek'last Vear. THE PALL ()P WINTER i gioun when IBdmonton, Alta:;:- .Tan. 21.-James Speakman'of Penhold was elected president foi* 1916 of the United Farmers of-Alberta,; Juet before the close oJC the afternoon , session yesterday. Mr. Speakman, who is one of the oldest and ablest members of the union, was chosen OB, th^vfirst..ballot by a large majority, eibd his election was immediately made unanimous by his two opponents, J. Miner, Terry Point/and H. w: -Wood; :Ca:rstalrs. In a brief address,; Mr;, Speakman thanked the convention^ and-promised to give all his body 'and"mlna to 'the.furtherance of the intereats of the':frsWi'r8'''ot'-Al-berta. A passing'^ rifei'ence in histspeech to the eomiiig jjrohibition plebiscite In Alberta showed the attitude of the convehtioh'lohthe'question. He referred to the resolution- passed t*o years ago ^favoring, prohibtUon,, and ?sald he hoped wh^ the vote was taken next July that all the-unions would get out and work to pile up;ai big majorltyiag-. alnst the liquor traffic. This statement waa greeted with .hearty. applause. ' - ^ /.i. .  D. W.iWarner, who'ibas presided'as first vice-president since the death of W. J. TregiHus, wafi made an honorary president,.and tenleredya-warm vote of appreciation for his services. Credit Banka V .. The executive, after con�ldering ,the resolutions, submitted the following conBolidatedrresolutlon: : "Resolved, that the government be asked to provide legislation whereby the farmer may secure cheaper money and a better line of credit^ which we believe can best be. secured by means of co-operative credit associations." The motion carried. ' The evening meeting wea largely in the nature of a concert by local performers." During the Wednesday session the foll9Wfng important resolutions were considered : J. Whereas, the farmers of ,the northwes^ benefit rather^t*an suffer from the effects of the present war ; and. Whereas, ttie enhanced pries of wheat means extra,'hardships upon the people of the older counttaes ; Therefore be* it.resolved tha-t ape-titico bo circulated through the three prairie provinces asking all. farmers for subscriptions. DIRECTORS' RESOLUTIO^f "2. Board of directors U. P. A.: "We, the representatives of the United Farmers of Alberta assembled m o'jr annual othvention desire, to do all in our power to, help our country, and to give relief to the sufferers in the present war, especially to the people of Belgium, pledge ourselves to call the round of our unions as soon as possible after our return borne, .and to aPPeal to them for sub-, acrlptions in money and farm Fro-ducts, such gifts to be placed at the disposal of our centra'l office ia the name of each union and then oHered, as.the;giift of-the United Farmers of AlUerta to the British authoritifs to be .used' by them in tlie way ...that scems'to them most needful; ' 'The: :resolution dealing with' ihter-national peace is self.�2:planaijbry. It was opposed as � untimely by .some of! the delegate's,-but the chairman' ^ror-cmptorily-shut olt all'discussion.: 6 .;�;.:�*iSame time a'director of the United Farmers of Alberta.' -Tlie resolution carried after some lively discussion. reajl and answered by a'Woraan^ :;Mia held in atriot oonfidoae*. ;: Equipniiht For i'BQiapmjsnt,,,in the form.of saddlery,, rifles, blankets, - poleflf, spades, shov-;els,; tarpsjiwibber sheets, etc.-a'half-ci^r load 'Of themsrrarrived'*fn the- local ?ards yesterday; andj-are.being unload-: e4 and cod'- Attack ByTea. Always: pertect^al-ways ther^sfime. Xrfmdon, Jan. |1.-The s!oiv, .b,ut 'grahual, progress of the  IVenclj feast of the Meuse and Verdun; is expected ihere to result In a heavy Germaii offensive in the near future..'-Day by day the Paris announcement tells.of a few yards ^gained neariPont-a-Mousr ^son or^Apremont;' KachVof these ad-lyantageBi small though itimaybej is a hghtentng of the viee.4of,;.fhe2;Qerinan line stretching in "a narrow and irregular; V from Metz to St.iMfhlel, and observers saya the German staff will soon take steps /to relieve' the: sltuar: tlon or run the grave'Tisk of-losing the corps that is holding the point 6n the Meuse. ' " -^Vi y--C.;^'  f/t That the Germans: are strongly protected on this slender-line is admitted': Por three months they have i held ,th,e_ir fjcea toward the ^heartotPranol t^ccasfonally even forcing: a p'ftssage of the Meuse, only to lose it again. But^all the 'while the French pressiife fromitlie north and south-has .been coutinuil and severe, and-beflief in London, only one road leads from the Lqr-ra;rne'Btronghold to the advanced �post. The losff of this road would mean the Instant cutting off of the big force near'Bt. 'Mihiel, and the virtual:defeat of the German efforts tp encircle Verdun; . ; � �� � � If WAIT FOR IT. SIMPSON'S WHITEWEAR SALE �VOPENS SATURDAY'*�EXT.^ if m OUFi Is ^^meeting with grear success, but^s weistill havi^ many lines which we wilh to clear out befpi-e stock>;takin^|^ alid for Friday' an^^^ i|5rices never: equalled anywhere '� "Drop in and^lookthern over - #^TRA 6PECIAL---*TAPLE SE'r>'cbNB|STINa' OF DiaJiiSUGAR,-CREAM AND'SPOO^y'tHOtdE'R-  REOlriiAR PRICE SOc.' Fbi^^FER .; .. ^il'' . ...sSlfcer Dlelies; RogQlttT .to 40c,; -Mefrf Bowls;"' BUTTER' 50c 75e �Qlass iTumblers; ��Regultir .'jl.OO dozen Glass T^mblprs; fines.t jC^-:: slai^ginss'in iace ami'drqp^jlatT;. � .-l^l^r^. J?.SO' � dozen iS^^ii5|P!J CRfeAM /CND SUGAR'^ET? IN DAINTY CUT GLAS?.^ Bfll* VEBY'SPECiACPER PAIR,.........................-�WW s,c-snJ^' ,')Cc and 40c i "C^Seiiy Trays; RjagBlai* 40o 25c 35c ;