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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LET11BUHXSE O.MLY HUB ALT) THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1910 j. SOVtlltSI- Nine Minions, Hut Did No! Ket That For it OTTAWA. Jan. Joseph llavolle. chairman o'. the launilious tcard. when feea ihis: raorninj continued the announcement that the bulk ot the aircrall FO.UHI- input provided by Gren Hrllain sud i used in Canada !or iraining CaniJiari j aviators has been sold to syndicate.; ihf- Nknv York "cost thr government -tun'ul but ttitv iirii'e Is ifol anything like that tiguri'. "The syndicate is COM-( posed oi cai-ablc ncirt far-feeing husl-( aJiieJ the informant, "and K is their mKaliou. i-errice .Icvclops, lo build laaories iu L'anudi ior the production o[ a cheap- er airpiaue than typo cos" Ihe j market, so as ta bring the turbine within the reach o! a wijer class." OTTAWA, Jsu tial aviators Has peeu soiu iu a tjuun-on..; -v. 'The purchasing syndicate. Sir Joseph there may be sufficient snJ proper Slated he understood, composed and control sit tin' vvalers ol of Americans and dnadlsns. tut he! of the Woods. CJnUrio. HUM was unabl.- 10 give the names o.' ihu interest oi navigation of the witer Canadians ivho are interred in ihc powers and of other Inurttis, .11 has purchase He did not care 10 lei! been derUea br an orJer-ic-counci the (.rice ms raid. i pas-crt to create a or Sir Joseph said thai. iriUl ii? dTs-'. rfpn'semins and acll'Jg (or the sor- teudins o( the Air s: ot CamJi and the prov.uce number ol school Machines. usM for ot Omario. li U to be the insirccllooal purposes. were M: at. Late o[ ihc Woods control board and Ihe These wert M Dooinlou has named tt. Ste.r col up in the and if al- bydrorrapner for Canaia uA lo unMred for suiting enjlaeer for the department and rapidly get om of condt- of Klernal affairs, and J. II. Challice. (ion The iaipr-ri'al hoard, superintendent ol the Dominion water :ie hfd no facilities for branch, department ot (he in 'Sioin ii .bane arul thought It lerior. to represent the DommLoo, the visable to sell -machines to laJlvMtisl: is crcs'.tas orecer. flylns. I uroriuce been Get Low Prices to iHipaiai ".TO TOUONTO. Jan. 'is Slated tore that ice air equipment taken over SMALL REPRESENTATIONS! I I'ORTUGAL, COMPLAINT j FIXED BY EM Many Articles Prohibited in Or- tler British Induslrj- May lie Built Up Jan. import regulations covering a wide range ol coiumodillis and effective Slarch 1. havn been prowulgited By the. nriiish government (or the protec- tion ol its indnslrks during the period of reconstruction. The restricted list U-JE made public here lissi nijnl by ihc vvar trade board on advices from Con- sul-General Skinner at LonJoa. Commodities not on ihe list may be imported without special British im- port licenses until' July 1- the an- nouncement said, and restrictions-on iho. 'importation of syrup, molasses nnd articles o( like na'xre will be removed Feb. 21. liaw hides of All kinds also will be admitted. Th'e Restrictions Commodities which "may not be Ini ported into Creit ufiiain alter .March 1 without" special licenses range .ill the way irom essentials to JuiurieS anil include machine loftls and'macb for wortins in dpi wooil. stoves, msnutactures ot alum- 4. lw- i IMS .Y.V.V v Clearing liourc lolals. i WELL AND. Jau. Pa- prone. RU Italian aged 22 years, ivaa shot and killed as be turned' Math street yesterday: Two hours, latet Uoiuicick Guplyh. a bafc: Pr, was arrested as he n'as IcaviuK the city. He Is held on a charge of carry, tug coucealeJ He has been remanded by Magistrate Uooawiu tfor a wceX ana bail refused. It al this tuau's door in Guelph a fortnight ago that an Italian was murdered, tils ailant usiug a-shol gun. HUGE FUR AUCTION ST. LOUIS, Mo'., Jan. nine dey winter ended last Bight with tola! sales c[ 59.550.000. Buyers claimed it was ihc sreslest sale over hf-ld. More than S.OOO.OM pelts, includins S-irlualiy everything (rom the house cat ti> Russian sabla prices ranging from one rent to JIOO a pelt. Bl'SLIK, Jan. cable to'Torouto Mall and Irish trades union congress, controlled] by too most extreme Shin Xeiuers. will convene oa Kebmary 8 cest. The purpose ot the'confess Is to nuke, an deinaucl for n'vorliing week or 41 hours and for an all round Increaso of 150 per cent. In wages, a tuluiiuuiu a week for all rkers instead or Jhe present mini- mum 0J JG. Unless Iho rrp'uWlcau par- Hiuifeut program, labor ill demstid it. -TliB Eltuatloc arouses the graves't apprehension, for 11 is (ell thai forces are'al work, both in labor quarters and among the Sim Felcers, to create u Elato of Bolfhe- visnt TEA HALLS AT.THE DEMOBILIZATION CENTRES .OTTAWA; A prspoiai fa establish to halls In demobll- liatlon was discusted at a conference between 'memberft.of th'e repatriation comnVittse and the Salvation Army Co'l. McMilland, Toronto, presenting the Army, expressed to assist in every way possible. I It It propoiecl that the lea halls he operated the Salvation Army. ROUNDUP GAMBLERS Y. T., Jan.' Col. Knight, conunandlnfl mounted police In Dawson: haa rounded up numerous gambling resorts here, One of the molt no- torlouc offenderc was given his choice of six months' Imprlion- ment or a journey louth to face the Inducnii.'He went south, aid ll now hilling the trail at 50 be- low lero. WAR GRATUITY MBL.UOURNE, Jan. Press dispatch from lion. Mr. rearer, minister ot detente, that dlscuareed 'soldiers will a wir'serrlce Icare livolr. lug the 37.56-valuei, 'to clop DRESS SHIRTS j v Values, to clear.................___95c W.GO Values, to clear 52.50 to -MEN'S FINE FLANNEL.SHIRTS 'Collars.attached and detached. 52.50 Values, to S1.95 Valuei, to c'leir 52.45 J3.'50 Valuei, to 'MEN'S' ALL WOOk COATS St.50 Jeraey Sweaters, to clear......... 56'DO All VVool Svnatcrt, to clear }7.iO All to clear S3.CO All Wool to clear...... 410.50 All Wool Sweater., to clear...... 512.00 All Wool Sfratert, to clear J15.00 Sweater, Jumho ,Knlt J8.SO All Wool.'KnirVejti, MEN'S-WJNTER-CAPS t7J5 39.45 MEN'S AND YOUiNG MEN'S SUITS Taliorai bj.HartiSchaltner t and by Rishlon Cralt, tie leadlns American an! Can- 'adjan tailors. W5.00 Sulti, now P7.50 Suits, now..................... COO SuiU, row 3uiU, M9.75' 140.00 SuiU, now----.-................ J34.00 M6.00 Sultl, now..................... tSB.25 SuiU, Mp.OO Suits, now' ?5I.OO vaiuca, ig H.OO Values, to clear.............-.....13.45 Silk Llnerf VS.OO MEN'S-SILK SHIRTS MEN'S FINE NECKWEAR'. MEN'S FUR AND FUR-LINED coAts Xorthern Coon, AuBlrallan Coon Wambatj and Dog M Inches long, eitn deep collars. Conn Coatt, (o clear H34.60 Cow to, clear J122-50 .to clear. J53.50 to bo'g Coili, to clear J31.50 Fur-lined clear ;...j.. M2.50 COATS Mosti popular- plila'ii, 'well coliara. i lo chur r to clear Mackinaw ShfHi, to cltir vrtll veats, to clear M Values, to cltar i1 W Values, to clear 51.50 Values, '16 clear J2.00 Valuec, to clear Valuei, to clear J3.00 Values, to clear 50c 75c JI.25 S1 65 ....'11.95 .'52.45 MEN'S GAUNTLET GLOVES AND ._ MITTS S HQLEPRQOF HOSIERY, SILK HOSE Brown, champagne, Ian, nary, pearl, gunmctal, hlnck and white, 75d Valuii, to cltar (Sc V.OO- Vilues, to 'clear VJluei, to S5; MIEN'S 'SILK WOOL MUFFLERS Valuei, to clear MM W.iO Valuta, to clMr Vilun, lo ctetr t3.9i aluei, to clear -FUR CAPS W.OO Values, to.clear 14.46 "3t Driver SS.50 lo'clear......'..'.......... W.75 bhaD8- S7.M Valuel, to S5.65 -i'.OO Valuei, to clear J445 }9.00 Valuei, to clear 5f.75 Jt-SD-VjIue., io cli3r MEN'S HNE DRESS GLOVES .Mocha AS Dogskins, Sllh and Wod lined. Valuej, ID clear tl.45 W.751 VartiM, to clear ...'.....r......... 92.60 Valuei, to clear K.15 13J25 Valuei, to clear................... I2.7S MEN'S FUR LINED DRESS GLOVES AND MITTS Valuet, to VBOO Valuei, to clear.................. 1376 ia.OO'Values, milti wool lined, lo clear.. -MEN'S" RNE SHOES Black or tan, lace or bullon, leather-or Fine Sho-5, fo clear'............'..' FlORSHEIM SHOES per cent. Off en All Flonhelm MEN'S HIGH CUT BOOTS WiO VJlutl. to cleir elear Riding Bootl and Hiding vilutl, to.clear W.44 Riding Bootl, to clHr MEN'S OVERSHOES Ovenhc-ii, 3 buckle, oleir Overihoei, 2 SI. 75 Valuei, to clear Values, lo clear ti, to clear 51.45 S1.65 MITTS 11.75'Valuet, to clear.................. JI.4S J2.00 'STAJIFTELD'S ALL .WOOL UNDERWEAR Fine and heavy ribbed hnd cotn- biDa'llon aullf. x 2-pitcl lult, Blue Libel, to clur t-pleci lultc. Red Label, to clear.. 2-pllcl Qreen Label, to clear CSmblnrtion. Suit, illk anJ wool, lo clear 1C.OO Comblnitlon Suite, (ln> knit, to clear Comblnitlsn Suit, heavy ribbed, la Tlafr Br.ind Unrferwear, 2-pleoe lUitc only, mill, all trool, (a clear Weltey. Underwear, ihlrU only.. lot, clear, }tf garme-nl MEN'S HOSE Viluti, 4 fair for Valull, to clear Me H.K SHOES AND SHEEfSKlN .'WAN1GANS F.It ShMl, lo cliar Flit la cliar Felt It clear Wanlgam, lo cliar K V318 FIFTH STREET SOUTF1 r-i t ;