Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
JANUAIW DAILY Louis Keel favor (his season. FASHION- CHAW' CLOTHES SHOP Continuation of our Extraordinary i vB W III vV I V i J Suits! Overcoats, Fur Coats, Furnishings This sale has presented money saving opportunities which no can afford io There IE Httjt rising of 'woolens, fiirs'and shoe leather, and will, In all probability, cqntlnue to rise Is presented to you and while our stock Is complete. M) SUITS AND OVERCOATS SUITS AND OVERCOATS m ajirt linislu'il with care anil skill.5-' able There lire SUITS AND OVERCOATS, in known 'for llieiv dcnend- Sil qualities. Tlicre are SUITS wliich "profits" lo you. ANI) mean Men's Fine Shirts present'and'spring'.wear. Comprising "of woven and printed Madras'" Percales fine worettd flannels. NEGLIGEE SHIRTS 1 NEGLIGEE SHIRTS V. THAT WEHE S1.75 fl.95 rFINE WORSTED FLANNEL SHIRTS -THAT .WERE t No. 1 (Kliicii; tiiiiicsc Cosits'that wjei-e-940.00. 1 that were.: .00 ifH. Special Carpet Slippers, at v Men's Fine Driess Shoes Black and Tan Colors. Button -or Lace. No. 1 .Wombat dial-were Stanfield's Heavy and Medium Weight Underwear, 2-piece Combination Suits' .65 SUIfS UNDERWEAR ('GREEN LABEL" THAT WERE 3.35 SUITS, MEDIUM WEiGHT THAT WERE SUITS UNDERWEAR "HED LABEL" THAT WERE I SUITS. FINEST IM- PORTED YARN THAT 'S5.00 SUITS UNDERWEAR "BLUE LABEL" THAT WERE SUITS UNDERWEAR SILK AND WOOL' x THAT S6.00 MTHAT WERE THAT WERE. 95 LOT OF FLOH-. .SHEIfri SHOES THAT WERE Shcepkshi cord aml.L tops, that were r Mehs Work and Pit Shoes i AiTio' vrrt LOullfEEL Fiishion Craii Clothes Shop 318 Fifth Street. 45 THAT WERE S3.50 .95 BLACK GRAIN, DOU- BLE SOLE, THAT WERE MfNERS1 PIT SHOES THAT WERE LIMFRfli Vows Comes as Shock Tsv'o Holds Regular Meeting SurprWrtflly Good Cough Stfrup Mode at HofHC Yaull never, really know whal a fins 1 cough -'syrup.' you can make until you prepare this famous liomc-madu remedy. you jiot pnlj Btvc ns'CDrnpuTL'd vilb. the fttdy-mide kind, Imt you fill have more and dependable Kmcdy in Tt overcomes the usual Ihfoitt or chest colds in 2.4 even whooping riuicklj." kouncoi "ol Picici (fO cents drujr store, pour it intO'd-lU'ot: bottle '-mil fill the bottle irilh' plain 'peculated sugar ay nip. Here" you hcvc 16 family the .-most effective conpfi fjrup money can n. cost of only .54 cent v or less; It never spoils. Th6 p'rompf" a nd positiro results by thts jilcajiht-" tnetinV-wupii7 BjTuv have canned jl to.be in more other remedy. U quickly looHns ft lioarsc or tight coucn, Jifuli the InflsGiM'membrane's thftt lino the throat and bronchial tnlxis, und re- did for iicfcle, bonraercij, bron- thUjs, croup and bronchial aalhrna. Pincr n hipJily conctnlralcd com- pound of'genuine Portray pine Cilrfttl, cemliinM with And his Itcen iisi-d -for' ncncrtlions for throat and 'cheat ,-v Avoid diFtppointmcnt by asb'np'ytmr dniepet Cor IV ounces of rincr' With full dtrwllonp, and don't jtcvcnt any- Paris, Jari! Wilson's cussed al the. Irani, the Excelsior saj-s. At OHO nolnt near Ihe Junction of the Frcncli and Drlttsh lines, at" a place In HID, Argon lie and at a point In Alsace, ac- cording to Ihla newspaper, soldiers decided to send letters to President Wilson earhrfilgnod Ly 300 of them, thanking him for his generous Inter- vention for art rj Inviting him lo "dream no longer of llio'cnlmtra ot peace Until victory Is United SI ales government endeavors to realize tho president's- theories by Borne practical policy." i.' PortUQueec Comment Ijiabon, via Paris, Jan. Gcculs, on 'a address, says he lias the genius' oC inopriortunlty. "Ho 13 incihaus- says tho Scculo, "as nn Inven- tor ol untimely pacifist In- applicable to. present, conditions.' Qua can only praise the Idealistic courago wllli Ti'htcli he conlimies to proclaim these Ideals, which arc not even orig- inal. The comity Donations "ond per- petual arc two commonplaces1 foundation of the only practical poaco llca In llio permanent destruction of liic germ of war fncorporalcil in tLe Prussian syslem." tbinf Ucwj or taoncy promptly refunded, i TheTiccx Toronto', .Ont Chile cialms ihnt the .ialnnd of Chi lot ott I Is west coftal. Is tht orig Ina) home or tho nolalo, having been cultivated there "slnco early In (he fljfletriih wntury. CHAJIPION (Fron> Oiir Own Corresponder 11 Cbaraploiu J.in..' WilHnm- 3pn, our station [or .Ontario Monday morning, calledTthcrc by. Hie serious illness of hla Mr. Grant' nf LePibritlgeJa supplying dur- Irie iiia nbsence. j Miss Florence.Mnnljard lias return ed'from G. Orr nnd Jlr. Peterson spent lost ircck .In Calgary' alJlcmliiiB "a sliorl Eossiou Q[ the International Harvester chool. A plcnsanl dance was held on ?-Ion- rhlch Mrs. George Clever served sup per'.at her homo. On Tuesday XfcGrcEor's general store started on a large scale, and on Thursday Laidlaw and Jopllng. start their .big sale. H Is D good-lime-nov. for, ttio people (o slock up with necessities at greatly reduced prices. 1 Woodman's dance last Friday a very wearing mane an nllack on the tTitl France, -particularly since Soitt.1 .The claim is'made thai almost invariably the grcalcr volume of.voles wna secured where there were no prohibition representatives. H is also sard thai repelled protest from D. Eaylqy, the probibltlon Ecrutiucer, got no from Sir lllchard -McDridc. Mr. Sav- stated that manyj letters were Icing received in Hie city from soil liters tliomseK'cs risking for'an inves; tigalion of tho whole atfnir. One ca was nicntioncd at a. man voting the referendum wiio hau-'iiuvcr lie in die province. BIG 'SIFTS FOR BELGIANS New York. Jan. slon for relief in it lias received during jast'lhrcc days lw0. gifts of "each and one for il'a special-fund for an extra meal (laity for Belgian school children. Extensive cxp erirn.cn I a have led two scientists to decide that Hsli live ill Ihe ocean find their way. Into fresh ffaler rivers lo spawn, because Ihey arc sensitive lo acids nnd nlkallcs In water, (From Our Oivn Correaiwndpnl) rjnclter Croak, mayor -T] all (ho councillors turned up for lie regular council meeting or. Mop' Jl proved (o he one of Iho Jang- cal sessions liclrj In recent years; lit fad, It ivus more like an old tlmo council meeting TJio prliiripa) business of Ihe even- nK was llib passing of a couple of one aitiioJntlng C, IX Plujikett and tho, other authorizing a Inc of L-rcdit the Union Dank for he hum of nnd then ono whlcli Is an amendment, to tho license bylaw was on Its .way and will come for final discussion at Iho next meeting. A letter or report of the Utiginecr p[ tho Hoard of Hallway Commtssloiicra stating that the cost of Iho proposed would run Into about wna read. That practically closes' any further agltalloti for a spur under Iho present slate of finances. A. dclcgallon from the firemen cil on ihe council to a erlovauce. AL the former council meeting (he sal- ary of the fire chief was dono away" with and several other minor wage claims wcro nlso dispensed with, such as Inking care of fire apparatus, etc. Tbe firemen apparently were not ob- iecting to what tho council had dono so much as tho way they had about doing It. Tho mayor rose nnd In a neat speech loured oil on the troubled waters and it the close a vote of contldence In ho firo brigado. was uuaolmouslr Frascr-McRoberis Co., Ltd. are in n peculiar fix. They have a fine large irick structure erected, hul as yet lavo their building per- nil. However, it they alter the doors so tliat they open to tlie outside the nspcclor will grant. tbo permit' as hat seeni3 to ho Ihe only now. Won Parttzan League Tlie KrauJac ball was Ihe BCCDC of. jomctlilng new in the HDB of polillcal nettings on Thursday night lasl, when about 75 plncher representatives gath- ered lo hear Jlev. Irvine ol Calgari'j speak on the non-partlzan League. The- speaker very interesting dress and endeavored lo show thai a government of non-parlizaas'Would a greater heneEit lo the country than Ihe present mode of governing. Tho evening drew to a close .with -the majority ot the audience being in about the sa.me frame of mind as luey liuvo en Jo veil or.endured herolo; Nothf Ing very delinitc slated from .any quarter.; Wm. Melzlcr, who whilo learaint coal from BrockeL lo liis home'at PiBli-' burn last with n serious accldcut by falling from his" load'in sucli'a.'rioaitiab that one 6i "the" wheels passed over one leg, oadly.'cruEhlng It, Is improving ft3 .cbultl'b'e 'expected. He Is al the Slempi-ial' h'pis- pltal where ho was hurriedly by kind neighbors ftt of. ,L .iluch sympathy, is extended to B. Blackburn and her four little chll-. dren in their hour of sorrow. 'After receiving most encouraging Pie. Blackburn's 1mproving health; Lhe cahtj announcing his rteath came a decided shcck. Pte. Blackburn'was with tlie 13tU C.M.R. Tho-many friends of Sirs. Creek wera shbched ;.ahd rieved to hear of her, hiio yisltiog friends in the n a letter from Sergt. Walter ellus ol Flshbum, now; arn that To Sato, the plucky: Qpacese who recently won: the as a member of hia -platoon in 92nd Hall., which weat ill.- very few are- .now- ranee." Oscar Pierson, of Fishburfl, is ng a broken, leg.In Hah Tho accident occurred; n Monday was most peculiar as.Avail; s painful. In removing a belt corn crusher In action le man lost control and tho force willi which the belt came In. contact injured member caused the lr. Picrson-ls improvmg' nicely. Mrs. D. C. JIacDou'gall, cen touring the province in her.'pffi- lal capnclty of presldcnt'of Ihqjasi -j embiy ot Ihe rcj.Vi urned last weelc and spent a-fcw.days vllh her and before leaving for .Uer m the, ranch.. Mrs. .H. II. Forward ;-.and little Oa- cotumcnlhiK on I'realdcnt Wll- fon's address ItV; Ihe senate, )s quot- ed by the Amsterdam tot respondent of the Central Neyra Agency aa aaj-lng: .prcaldcnl'fl Rlatemcnls curcly arc..worthy 'oKdlscusatop, _bul how can bo prombiea' by.this means cpnllnucs, "tho Arllllcry was more nc- taat of Gorizln and on Some sheila bit one of our field', hos- pitals. There- wero no enemy counter all nek against en- trenchments southeast ot Gorlzlft Was driven off." V. Thrt bark the black mangroye, a tree growing abundantly In the Da- has been (onntl'to yield-an .19 -algMMintH the excellent tanning nifilcrlal. rlcd IRREGULARITIES SOLDIERS' VOTE PROMOTION Vancouver, Jan. cable re- ceived today by Mr. WfllTam Savage, chalrojan of Ihe soidlers' vole comralt- ot the prohiliKton movement, gfv- Ing grealer dctnllsjof the nllrgcd Ir- resutiritlcs in connection with the taking of the soMicrS' vole in England Men Wanted for the Navy The Royal Naval Canadian Volunteer Heserye, wants men for imme- diate service Overseas, in. v tlie Imperial Navy 0; ol ntlurcl boTQ Oriliih subjects. P A 1 IY T .llo-.T.nct, J20.00 mor.lWy. men Irom 33 lo and boys 15 lo 1 ire warned (or the CANADIAN NAVAL P.VTUOLS. V.- .frovinrlal Naval Htcruilins E. II. Wil- son, ICOji Jasper Ave.. Kdraon- trtn. .or" ItfrnilDnff O.Ticr-, F. W. .Depirlrnent of Njyal Service, OTTAWA. daugrtler who have-until, recenUy Wccl In are.iiow living at ho former's oM' tlie -liodkitii' rancli. Mountain .Jlill, laving gone' overseas as a member of ho ISTlh Ball. i1 Mrs. J. N. Kcllles anil ex- .-i icct to leave on visit--_ 'or an ImtofinUe (ira'c at .lire. old iiome In Georgia. Jlias B.uclianan of Iho- post-office., was a for Ihc'pasl >-I Mr. are ing congratulations" on tho arrival'of a liltltt daughter on Sundnj- 31st.1 1 Mr. and Sirs. Victor Thompson'are' (ho proud narenU 6t a baby boy. DOm on Jan. 19tti- r. expected that the massed triotic meeting lo ue held in the opera" Louse on Sunday evening will bleak all previous records for crowd arid en- tluislasm. j. s. "DENNIS HONORED .tlanlrc.il, Jon- S. Donnla, r.sslslnnt to Ihe president of tho 0. P. H Vmeleded president of the Ca- nadian Society of Civil Kngincers. al Ihe annual meeting of lhat body 'which opened here.Tuesday. CANADIANS Tendon, Jan, eienijh lion from Income IAX hu been. td for Canadians scnlnf wiy mill' lary capacity flilhli'ilhe British.