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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUTttEF.N' TiiE r.KTiiimipai-: DAII.V JUUIbL ui JANTAIW 2-1, ARE REPAI1IEO! IB WI0RY IF PARIS, Jin, peace con- Jrtss today decided to Appoint a otnmlttee to dtlermlne the the forces to be main- tained by the allied and asicdat- fd {governments on the western front curing the period of the if- The committee will be Competed, of Martha I Foch, Gen. Talker H. BIlis, Gen. Diaz. Win- Sptnccr Churchill, the Brit- ish mtnitter of war, and M. Lou- che r, Frtnch minister of recon- struction. Three Lcthbridgo men. of whom i m on? limy cr. jauoihcr iisd .fcwu :iu-' lo fauvup UUi O. have repairinU'd (he sipo-i hi? the irt.iist.i-e after linvhii: tvon i I of in tisruiiiuy. Mat-; j thf.v U Hern is one of them. vHc (ii-( first with the Kitties, but j to ihe ISlh O. .M. H. 10 t Set ovor sooner, i'has. eu- I tlfied thti O. M. K. but J when a call for 50 for Xo. 1 lir.3 Corp? in ilie winter of I he i vans f erred and was right to' (he front a sapper. t1. Cuim' third of ihc party. He en-' with the 13th. anfl it is under-j stool he rcas with tho mm when he was taken prisotier. Sapper Stewart is as ics wunnGed. PARIS, Jan, allied and associated potven today Agreed to send a wireless message throughout the world warning all concerned that parties using arm- ed force to fiain oossession cf the territory, the claims to which the peace conference would fae asked determine, would seriously pre- judice the claims of theit who used such force. Vffl WELL OFF Mnnv of Them Contemplale: Trip (o Their Native Lanfl i Found No is Not Hroken in RRHN'R. Jan. tbe the connirrY. Tms is especially in (t.4> of miners who came to Caaatla aiien eneiuy coutt- i tries. These men bctu work- t'tns steadily ilurine the setting Siiod ;diJ maqy of rhcui now havo several ibousand dollars ia casli. Wiih this tbey t-yuld return to thtir native land uod live coiu- j fort ably the remainder t'aeir 7'hcre is auoAier incentive to re- turn. NV.ith tlie prospects of unemploy- ment when -all t'Jte soldiers rcttirn ihere is Hitle doilbt thai the alien pitemy Iiavo a plim chance to get vvork'UDiil all the returned soldiers are placed. The resutr that very niany iti- nuirjes fo- sleamsMi) tickets are be- ing made, and tbe s.iring is lifcely to see au exodus of such ap ino country has not lor j years. -At the present ti-jte, ther? is coBPiderable difficulty- securing passports for ocean trayei, but tLe rc-strlclioiis are ICES and less uacil month, and little more difffcul- of his men. He will bo chief of tho army, and no nfone u-iil have rower to proaiote of- ficers and soldiers. councils Tvill be formed by sarriFOns, resimenis or b-ittalious to watch over the activities of officers and see that military authority is not used against the government They must be consulted as to permanent regulattona relative to feeding troops, the granting of leave and dis- cipline, but beyond that they are un- der strict limitations. (i IT is eipected from -thiE.sotirce. ._. _ j r jan.' 'general strike wac declared in; f'aris this morning. The Way (insii surf nee and mobile are affected. The strike tied and i up Ui 11 j .TRIED TO BLOW UP BRIDGE Jan. un-'1 succenful attempt mads last night to.bTipw up the Mountain of theVCanadian J- cific Railway'. Two} rmh were j "seen lurking .b'ridaei1 anij when officer, approached ran away. .Twelve of dyfumite' wfrc found, under, the bridge. v iia is FINEB TOJ10XTO. Jan. 3Jagfctrate Klngsford, In tie police court to3ar. fined E. F. a young faraier of Xeiistadt, Out. Jl.OOO for- falling to lepprt.untier-the MilHary Sen'ieo act. Public Prdfecofor W. B. Simth said it had to npprenend Plaitz, as he-received word (eyerv time that the officers -Verc comlng-and bid in Cife bnfei. t prosecutor aste4 for sn sentenca ait Iho "dislrfct Jaw. Jacobsen, ttio diver, reiunttil yerter-1 day frou, a trip to ilie wreck of (he Princess Sophia, on Vamlerbilt Reef, having made au exlmuslivt ox-Amir..i- tion oi the vessel, but vfLtiioui any bodies. Jacobsen examined the upper ilecM ot-ihe vessel, ilib entire' length Tvtiich was streivu with tand bagtftgo. blankets, ete. lie aho on- leretl liie forward faloou of the ves- sel, inspecting staterooms l, 11 and 4, u'bich were occupiad by yrominc-n'. wheu the Vessel sailed t'rota The TOOTHS lie found empty. He eolered ihe smoking room made a complete search, but Tvitumt finding any He secnreJ (ho ratue-plate on the rorini door, ich he presented to Tovrlc e, to verify Ins statrmt-til thai the ?opbla K intact nud not In two. Jacotisen now believes very persons were below deck the ship took the final plunge. He says the lies about feet south 1 of ilie reef ou which she siruck. Her; bow hangs fast to ihc reef, while the! storm had svrunff the vessel complete-' ly around before she slipped from the' reef. Her Is-now north-i ,__L had a bad record. Hecenliy Kccvc j Webber had" bi e of ry s nvicted onj a NAVV LOYAL PAH1S, (Kavas) Fortojuese navy -has remained loyal 19 the, Eoreranjent; according to "all accounts received in Madrid however, have I. Jan. ifcporla'hi fea-1 tutc of fcr rf loagaii of najlous, foi-mutatei by auihoriUes on mUrnafioaa! lan-.-counsBilor oJf'state and judges of ihc supreme court anL council of the there will jbe dependent three committees -which' will devote. ItEir aitention to ccouonij' "tes, labor and miliUrj affairs. These] committee- will conduct inquiries and; each week i-ill seek to adjust versies subject to its JtirlsdlclioiL The plan will he supported by reporting lha_t tSe army is on jscipoionl, -s- has goiie a the Etde of tbe Revolutionists. i a'supplementao' Italian delegate.' TOMORROW we will Sell Boy's Clothing at prices LOWER than those quoted in Eaton's Catalogues. BIGGEST STOCK IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA TO i. CHOOSE FROM. .-.608 Third Avenue'Soulli STILL LOWER PRICES TO GREET SATURDAY BUYERS AT THE ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF THE HENNESEY WILSON STOCK Preparingfor a Big Day Saturday With VALUES. lie CROWD COMPELLING KIND BUYS A WELL TAILORED....... FOR EVERYDAY WEAR. REGULAR TO ?UttS for rUSU selItnK RalurdDV- Sulls that boro ami SU.OO Uckcis previously anil were considered excellent value lit those prices. -Yj A. CORSETS 79c N'ut all 5ites in lliis is toiflpris ed of brofceu sire ranges oE several lines. The values run to Ji-QD. Clearing, CHILDREN'S LLAMA -29c Plain hull Llama liosc for children. Sizes 6 to S. 50c value. Clearing at rnir Children's Sweater Coafe Viluel to S4.00. Sivrater Coals of brushed in rase ami wlijlc ur saio niid wliltc, wltli largo collar hell, slzc.s il lo 30. Regular 54.00. ClparlriK FLANNELEHE SHEETS r J3.50. Full 1W sin Flanntlcitc Sheets, or grcv Bokl every' wbere nt ?J.5i) pair. Clearing, Kr. 2.95 8-4 43c 75c Value. Just tlireo piecos lo clear at (his figure. Strong even thread woven sheeting; free from ilresslng. 7ic valuo in onljp, yard Congoleuiit [Rugs Selling !it 25 ppr cerii. less than today's standard prices. Site worth JlS.i'X 1 o PA Clearing at 10.DU Size 9HOH. M'orth 31S.50. -t p fin Clearing at lO.UU Size ivorth Jii.50. -to nn Clearifc lO.UU Boys'Norfolk Suits Values to ParonU will welcome this sale. ItnnUling as it does ft generous saving in good quality suits for hoys of S to U years. The materials comprise worsteds and heavy tweeds In dark tones and are made up chiefly in N'orfojfe styles knfckers Values" to Clearing Saturday Bath Towel Specials Tiieso-towels were purchased over one year ngo and s'ncc then liavo doubled in value. These vrlccs represent discounts from orlghial values. Pure white towels- with fringe or hemmed ends; soil absorb- cnl finish. towels, pan- Jl.OO lowela, cloaring, 5S.OI) towels, clearing, i ln 1.49 CASHMERE SOX Men's black cajglimerti sox in medium wei-ht, I 1'An ,..............i.ou STANFIELD'S UNDERWEAR Some prizes led in Sduitteld's Red umlenvear, 12.75 i .vahie. Saturday x i..; -1.1.3 RIB COMBINATIONS H50 lien's heavy rib Hewson kuil unshrin'K- .ible caroblnaftoiis, aH'siies. lice- O CC lilar Clearing 0.00 WOMEN'S HIGH CUT SHOES L-f- W.OO Value. ;i liieh.cut fine slioes in popular last. Sizes Bhck only. Itrgnbr value. MEN'S UiGHtWQRKjSHOES HOO Values. and sJiow. ivith all sizes. ClearitiE at icavy tolcs, 1.95 MEN'S UNION SHIRTS Soil erey or khaki union I'lariiiel ehirlf. 1.25 value. Clearing 1 OO at 1.6J BOYS'KNICKERS Vilue. Open knee knickers for Kimi: Sizes 23 lo 2S only.. 51.50 values. 1 boys. 1.19 CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR 49c Vests and Drawers Worth to Ho. A table of children's underwear it- etudes wool and fleece lined gariuc'tita la all sizes up lo !1 years. Values to ar.c. Clearing at............. WOMEN'S UNDERWEAR BOYS' MIHS AND GLOVES Vests and Drnwers Worth lo r anil cloves lor lioja, knllU.1 of worstcO yarns in fancy nr- colors. All sizes. Values lo 60c. Clearing, pair JJC CHILDREN'S TOQUES........ j9c toaucs for boys or girls'in various colors. Values to -The small halavce-s oi many lines of women's winter underwear will he Included jn tins talile. To vi'ho wants separate gar- hionts Iliia table offers exceptional opportunities. Values-to Ctearing at t GIRL'S TOQUES SM: Toques In plain knit or brushed wool; aviation or hockey style in a MB range oi colors. Higulnr SSfc. Clearing WOMEN'S GLOVES S5C gloves '.wwiih wnrm fleece lining. Colors grey, white and Mack. 75c values. Clearing, fr 55e C5c. Clearing cacli CHILDREN'S SLEEPERS "Kafcli" one button style fleece lined alccpers: Sizes 1 and 2 2 years. Clearing at SJizes 3, 5 and 0 ycara. Clearing 1.10 HENNESEY WILSON NORTH LBTHBRIDGE 'flic tax sale last year forced mcnl of a larsse amount.of lax arrears. tlie suit mcliioil Is tielng trleO, and It la tirltji-lng reaulla. Bcv. cral sullp iiavc been (lied recently. 4ml many more are pending. Amonj? Ihoao filed in the district court are; Cfty-of Lcthbridga vn. Joa, Sawchuclt, a, H. Cliell, Wm, .fohn llfoille, JlfiC.iil; B. A. Cminlnjshiiiii, fli'jM: vma Tauhcka, 413.55-, 'Mip Kcan, 1555.30; I', f, Harris, }a2M. According lo the city solicitor, milts' in other cases will he liied as fartidlho can he.f.'nucd. Mean. HmCj many ratepayers arc avoiding c-oarl nrnceedlnjs liy calllne on tho lily treasurer and scltlfng up. I; REDUCE SENTENCES, TORONTO, Jim. was rMelved lodjji' from'the Mcretary of ilile thit the xvere on W. CheeHman for tuvinj hA'Aneil literature In tlon had bMn materially reduced. The fcnienct of three yearj wild fine of HOD Walton It brought ifown fo JO dayi, and that of Cheetenun, which iix mofrthfi made-15 These aentcncet caused eonsiderabTe W labor, circlet >nd were th< tvbjtu t1, petl- to Sinn Koln nundWIH were dlslrlhiitcd n Windsor Inviting to a Sunday ice-ting In Detroit of 'Friends o: Ir. lali freedom." SQUELCH. SPARTACANS HAMBURG, gay. trnmenl j'rf rtiafilng thort work of putting down the Spar, outbreak here. When the revolt begin the Spartacani of cupled the railway nations and other government bulldlnat, but (wen driven'out. They city hall tut met with heavy fire and retreated. They alto been driven from police stations which they had occupied. Ordinary., was resumed today ;