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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, NOyEMBER J4. 1918 rii^ lethbr(D(;e daily herald PAGE FIFTEEN l^. "Worklngmen do Friday-Saturday Clearance Sale of Ail Trimined Hats An These Lonely French and American Fatted H^ti Selling at Maniifacturer^i Cost for Quick Sale. THIS ENTIRE STOCK INCLUOING SOME S||VENTYfODb OF fHE SMARTEST AND MOST BECOMiNO MODELS YHE SEASON HAS PRODUCED, DIVIDED INTO THREE LOTS FOR QUICK Al40 SATISFACTORY CHOOSING. LOT No. 1 $6.75 All trimmed hats worth up to $10.00. LOT No. 2 $9.75 All trimmed hats worth upioSlS.OOt LOT No. 3 : $13.75 All trimmed hats worth up to $22.50. THIS IS AN OPPtirttOlsilTY THAT no WOMAN WH HAS StiLL HER HEi^DWJEAR TO BUY CAN AFFORD TO LET P>^88;|aND TI^OiSE JJWHOf HAV^ BOUGHT- 6aN AFFORD A SECOND HAT AT SUCH REMARK/^BL^if* LOWi PRICE9. ALL PATTERN HATS ARE INCLUDED. NOTHING RESERVED. ;,, ^) .���'y �'-��a ,-'--r^ ' '''-i' " '' .^o.. �' ^1 A Ol^C* 614- 3rd Avenue South l^JL/VKlVIli ? : Of old Bftt Freedom: on the Weights, The thun^rs breaking at her feet; Above her shook,the starry lights; She heard the to'rrents meet. There In her place she did refoice, Self-gather'd in her prophet-mind, Hut fragments of her mighty voice Came rolling on the wln^. Her open eyes desire the truth, The wlsdoin of a. thousand years Jb In them. May perpetual youth Keep day their light from tears. That her fair form may stand and shine, Make bright our days and light our dreams, t Tiu-ning to scorn with Jlps divine The falsehood of extremes! -Tennysoii. f  .  * * : 4- ? � > * > ? �en received by the; secretaries of the two local chhpters T. b.'D.B.:" "I relblce with ypu over peace with victory. My (hearty congratulations to you on the partj yon have taken In helping to achieve', this glorious end. We shall prove that we are worthy of the sacrifices made for us by renewing our efforts tor the future good of our empire. "Mary R. Gooderham, "President." *�>* >?*? * * "I believe that beekeeping Is a profitable and pleasant occupation for girls and one.which, even on a small scale, could db much to help in the oonserYatiou of food." So writes a college girl to the Food B9ftTd-r-one whQ.Jiiui ke|rt,,bees .since 1^15 anid'.. is ejiitbvtilaBtlc a1�out~ tl^im. She haa ais!cotiere#i,alf(!ad^ how prpf-Itaible and^ploaiiaini^t is to, have a few coloQlea ot bee^ t^oott^nfijiir In onia's spare time. DurlB|f hei^isuiund'er vacation last -yearVsl^i took ^Xc�"s� at an apiary and sqe how baa abbut i twenty colonies to care for. She is formerly >> ^ ^ > anc(!, today conferred Upon' Marshal Kocli, Iho ooin-raandor of the allied armion, the American Distinguisliod Service Medal. The presentation was made in the name/of President Wilson at tli.; villa where Marshal Foch has jiis lieaclquar-ter.s and amid' an unnrcssivo coro-mony. v A ^uard of honor was arawn up at headquarters and tninipHters blow a Ian-fare as Marshal larid .pride.,', In day.s of triumph, as well as In dark and critical hours, I will never forget the tragic day last March when Gen. Pershing put at n�y disposal without restriction all the r6source8;of the American army. The success won, in the hard fighting by the American arniy is the consequence of the excellent conception, command and organization of the American general staff and the Irreduciable will to win of the American troops. The name "Meuse" may be inscribed proudly upon the American flag. "Today we haVe gained the greatest GE S Sapkatoon, Nov. 14.-Major M. A. Mclrines, president of the Western Canada Interior Association, has received the folIowlnB wire from Secretary Burling of the Civli .Service Federation of Canada: "Conferences today failed to clear the situation regarding bonus for outslile service. Tlie most generous Irrterprelations would give the full �?350 to those receiving less than 200 and .$300 to those up to $1,400; lesser amounts, iinder varying Interpretation, to higher salaries below $1,880. A mucli less generous inter-protallon. Is, however, possible." "I believe that the lower grades will participate in the full $350," said Major Mctnnes. "There is still some doubt as to the increase to higher salaried worTcers. In view of the granting of this bonus, I would urge mcm-bei's of the WeBtern Canada Interior Association to invest as large a portion as pos&ible of the bonus in 1918 Victory bonds." T 0 The honor flag marks the town, village or municipality that has subscribed its- quota. It Is the symbol of success. Failure to secure a flag will mean that the district has fallen down. battle in history and saved the most sacred cause-the liberty of the world. The complete success of this struggle is due to the fine qualities displayed by all." ;  : , Following liis own decoration, Marshal Foch presented to Miss Duoang, an Englishwoman, the French Wiir Cross for her lieroic work in bombed hospitals near the front. i To Honor Haig, Too Paris, Nov. 14.-Messages, of congratulation and gratitude from the president and the American people .were, presented to Marshal Foch, Marshal Joffi^ and Gen. Patain yesterday by Gen. Pershing, -who also decorated the , three French military leaders with the American pistinguiBh^ ed Service Medal. Gen. Pershing went today to British main headquarters, where he will present the Distinguished Service Medal to Field Marshal Haig. Branttord, Ont., Nov, 14.-Today an appeal was sent by the Brantford Trades and Labor _ council to the Trades Congress of Canada, asking that body to draft a burial service for use in funerals of workingmen, many of whom today were not affiliated with any churclf. "Workingmen not wan smug-faced phftrtSees chaiiti ing th^lr cant over their bruised an^.^ broken bodies." declared Delegat* Kit�. on whose initiative the appeal, is being sent out. " PRINCE FAVORS NEW REGIME'l Copen�iaeen, /Nbv. ^4.r'Pr\net' Henry'of Prussia has been dit-coverid at the castle owfned by Duke, f^rlederlch Ferdinand of Schleawig-Holstein at Eckern-foerdt, according to dispatcbef . received here. He declares him-' self in accordance with the pew'' regime in Germany. Start Every Day With a Clean Sweet Mouth MAYBE you don't know it, but those bad teeth of yours are largely responsible for that tired feeling and. "furry" taste In your mouth, when you get up in the morning. Let us put your teeth in shape and then note the differ-- ence. You'll feel bright and alert every morning, ready for anything and your breath will be sweet and wholesome at all times. Don t delay in such an Important matter. And should you dread a dental operation, remember, . Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. ' Drs. BruDer, Richardsj & Nelson High Grade American Dentiitry~; PHQNE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel. � LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-11SA EIGHTH AVSNUC t. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK, ? Edmonton, Nov.vISi,--The Al- ? bertav legislsktlir^: 'wlU meet to- ? wajrd the end, qf .Jaijuary, ac-J> cording to Premier Stewart; ? who announced today that it had been practically decided to ? call the next session shortly ? after the third week of the Mil- lldn:" � ......i-- - .'v The following is a complete list of local concerns which; hayo woa hpiibr .omtoiems: ;/ ' ;^ j \\y-. Citizens' Lumber Cdmpa:ny, .aioKai"*, Doe, Ford Garage, Campbell, Wilson and Home, Central Garage, Red Cross Drug and Book Company, Ball ^nd Cameron, Bank of Montreal, Geo. ;;Kerr * Company, R. W. Wallace T�S Company Ltd,, Mrs. S. W. Tuckwell, Imperial 0*1 Limited. P. Lund and Son, Scott Bakery, Ellison Milling Co. Ltd.. Taylor Milling Co. Ltd., C. P.. R. (seyen cards), Lethbridge Hotel, -Leth-bridge Herald, Rylands Store, P.lunket and Savagd, KnlghtWatson Co. stafi". Macaroni PaQtory, Motor, Sales,; Shep-herd,;vflunloP and .-.Rlqe, jR. poultrj, Victov;y,.4;/oaa0ince.Staff, tl./fi, BItpn. and stall, -Gllmore Barbery, Dixon S,&eet ^etal Co;,. The giood Co, Ltd./,;,.,The Simpson :Co, Gov^rn,meot.;Teloph.opes, AsBinibpia Music. Qai, r^uttav jrv ,W.Kr,M,^,:cP,^ Al�i�aE�dra ,HptoJ, -Sudspn's*Ba.y, JJo.V Beckfrv and' Yates, Te.eple , and fjQJom-pahy,,!No. 2 Fire Hall; Standardjflank fancy weaves. Collars of plush-iu convertible styles, large pockets, button trimmed,; new .wide hjelts,^ man tailored by experts. \ : Off;E^-^?T : , ^ . .... i \...... . ' In this lot yoii?^! flihd  the cbbic6pt%^electWtt:' styles apd;materiaijtliftt. \ye h^vef: offered.'pipadclot*,-Velour, Lpster's fng^h Plush and Tw�i^6 of tfie iM-' est Qiiallty. S^merftfe?,bajfninejj;^other8^iItiU4iji-tiri^^^ A SAVING OF on Every Coat up to $40.00 A Saving of $10.00 on every Coat from $45 up EVERY COAT We want you to see the values and the splendid tailoring for yourself I 4|ltheokvant WeV^ntyou toloolrat them and try them orif because weknow wehave a style thkt Will suit yotf. ' CJhoice of dor Entire Stock Coats at a Discount BLACK UNDERSKIRTS 60 only, .Black Heatherbloom Und�K , sklrt^, tli|at are .well made; also gop'd fitting style with deep floimce and frUl. Values that s^ll regularly at.$2.60 *%' ft'fi to $2.75. Spqclaltbis week ...... LMy , MEN'S^ UNDERWEAR 5 Iu this lot of about 100 pieces you will � find a great ^election of ilne wooi.undfi;- v . jishlrtp iii}-'som6 of;the;-best qualities M<^ i .fffiiave eVfei- offered.!IThey are sampp^,], but samples of wonderful values uppo'?; $3.50 regular.: Special this .-i � ; - week I.; .Ufat MEN'S COMBINATIONS About 50 suits of Men's Heavy Ribbed Wool and fine light weight; also some natural wopl combinations,, not all sizes but values up as high as f3.S0 suit. Special this week ;,,,. MEN'S UNDERWEAR Mill's Woolen XJndershirtai*An &ddi lot of traveller's aftmples/. and sodd < plewa from fast selling lines. These are values that wo cannot buy today. Regular values up to, $1.50 each, gpe.clal this. QC* week .......v..^^v,.. :";':;';-5FiPv' , LADIES'UNDERWEAR Ladieis' Vesta and Drawera Id, a soft fi;^$ weave that is excellent value and godd fltt;inp:. Good ranxe of sizes. A splendid weight for'early fall Mrear or when an all'wool garment cannot be worn. Reg-Hlar 91)0 valujfc''Special thip jweek, 76^, ff^k4^...,4. -.... lOQ WHITE FUNNELEHE  r'l0^fpieceB:Mter}^qatckkVlBel!ingr:'itl<|^Wbita Plaianel�tto.i-flTWa value "tkaV we can-bst offer af ain, but you may secure aome oaJ4d^^^-and. Saturday, jit^ 2(^C The fi^y Store ;