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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 1-1. IMP, 1TX lkthhmjdck daily hejjald PAGK FIFTKKN Friday-Saturday Clearance Sale of All Trimmed Hats All These Lovely French and American Pattern Hats Selling at Manufacturer's Cost (or Quick Sale. THIS ENTIRE STOCK INCLUDING SOME SEVENTY-ODD OF THE SMARTEST AND MOST BECOMING MODELS THE SEASON HAS PRODUCED, DIVIDED INTO THREE LOTS FOR QUICK AND SATISFACTORY CHOOSING. LOT No. 1 LOT No. 2 LOT No. 3 $6.75 $9.75 $13.75 AH trimmed hats worth All trimmed hats worth ; All trimmed hats worth up to $10.00. up to $15.00. up to $22.50. J wit it any church'. "Worklngrnen dr not wan smug-faced Pharisees chant", iiig ih^.iv cam, ovor their bruised and broken l)D(ti(r Associalion. hit �� following wiv: from t F'.r.iiiM'iinl '! 11 | 11 |ij)l'.l I u'il'i (n(;- iTn.a..- r.ml lal.l  THIS IS AN OPPORTUNITY THAT NO WOMAN WHO HAS STILL HER HEADWEAR TO BUY CAN AFFORD TO LET PASS; AND THOSE WHO HAVE ALREADY BOUGHT CAN AFFORD A SECOND HAT AT SUCH REMARKABLY LOW PRICES. ALL PATTERN HATS ARE INCLUDED. NOTHING RESERVED. CLARKE & CO. 614- 3rd Avenue South Alberta in iVi t ;i � villa i-.'i|,, I .(olin .1. I'oivhimc. ' � �:. ,-r r- of the' American font's in l'i ::, .-, today (ant fotTed upon Mar.-!..:! i > :,. Ill'- mil-maiider of tin- alii- . v Pershing oil hi" t i" i  oi: .t few paces in (!'>:. . . i ii (Ii'ii. P'-rslilng. ail'li  ..... issiino, said: 'The congn-HH "i  �> > ,.:'>�>] Sialic lint; created this me.l.,; t , loiir'er.-ed (in iliiiK-e who have |..;..|. r."i d;.-;iiisn-Mioil service to on: . 'ni:;:;v Ii dent Wilson lias an- to pi" sent to yon (lie lift :� n of in.i I it isili- of th'1 Amen, .a s -opi.. ; a >.,ur achievements and ihe or vices yon liavc r�*n'l"i> I t>. our army. I am very happy to i;a > > ie-i-n the honor of prescii'li..' >Ul- me yon " la .ii icjiiinj: '':�' ! .ir.i';.>!). siml Koch said: 'I will wear. 11n.! av �:.:! '. u� Mire and pride. In � ,,t irf us well ns In dark i.i.d r..i::eil the create-1 .-'fary flni'lini; of I'edeiation of ' 'anada : "Conli ia m"ii today failed to Ih" o'tiia I ioti rt'iiiiriUni', homi.'; outside service. The most i;"ii itr4 erjirel a I ion- would Kive, Hie ii to I hose ro.eeivilltf l�'f aii'l .fl'.nil to those lip �car for rous full than SLim SI.inn; Out.. Nov. II. Today mi r-ein by the llrant oital Labor coll in il to tic Trade-; Coii|;ress of Canada asking-Ill, it Iiody to draft, a burial service for lire iii funerals of workini;men. many 'of wiiam today were nor affilinlcd | PRINCE FAVORS NEW REGIME Copenhagen, Nov. 14.-Princ* Henry of Prussia has been din-covered st the castle owned by Duke Frietlerich Ferdinand of Schltswig-Holstein at Eckern-foeroe. according to dispatches received here. He declares himself in accordance with the new regime in Germany. |e.,.cr anioinii �;. under varying interpretation, to lik'her aalaries below .si.'V A much l".--; jenerous int'r-P'ei -i l trail. Is. however, possible" �I believe thai th" lower f.-rade . v.-ill part ii-iptit" in t',e full S.I.Mi." s-iid M; Marshal Koch, Alar-dial .leffre, and tl'Ti. IVtain yen-f'nlay by fl'ii. I'ersliinc. who ahio decorated the three Krein li military ' ii .al'-rs with the American IM.-tliiKuinh- ed Service .Medal. | fen I'er-lilni: went today io p,i-!t|s!i I main heailnuarters. where be will pro-Kent the IMstlncul-diod Service Medal to I'Vid Marshal Hai>;. Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Bruner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel. � LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE �. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK. OF OLD SAT FREEDOM ON THE HEIGHTS Of old pat Krncdom on the hclKhts. Tho thunders brnal'.lns at her fool; Above her fIiook tic uttirry llRlits; She heard the tnrrr>nt� meet. Thern in her place she did rejoice. Si.'lf-pather'd In her jirophet-nilnd. Hut fragments of lier iniKluy voice f'riiiin rolllliK on tile wind. ller open eyes ilesire the truth. Tim wisdom ol a thou.'and yent.-t In In them. May perpetual youth Keep day their lh;ht from tears. That her fair form may stand and Hllitle. Make bright our days and light mir dreams. Turning to scorn with lips divine The falHt'hood of extremes! - Tonnyson. HroiiKhten-Adderk'y watt formerly of t!in Itoyal North . West Mounted I'ollci! Force. > * : > �: ? Tim announcement of thf� eneage-mem of Mlu* M. K Clarke published yesterday Is untrue The written un-nouncenient wan bunded in to Tho Herald yr-Htorday by pome person who evidently ban a poor Idea of u joke A person wlio provider, a newspaper with | false lows in liable to prosecution.   � *> * ? > �> : * : : :  LEGISLATURE MEETS EARLY IN JANUARY Kdiuonlon. Nov. in.-The Al-  lurid legislature will iic! to- � ward tin- end of January, in  cordtni; to PYemicr Stewan. � who announced today that it � had been practically decided to � call the next fjcBHion shortly  after th" third week of the  new year. EAST PRUSSIA Mr. fi K. Hintchfr who has been laid tip with a severe attack of ititluenza. is now able to be around again. � * . Mr. and MrH. A. Eekorsloy have returned to their homo near Midnapore.    Miss I.uey Hawden is confined to her home through. IUiiohh. � � � Mrs. \V. Henderson of Foremost who has boon visiting her Hister in the city, hiiB rotnrned to her home.   � Krlondn of MIhh Ashton who lia� been confined to tlio hospital for omo time through IUuokii, will bo I pleased to hoar that tshe Im now able to he out.  4 * Mrs ('. i! Urofl who ha* been 111 with lnlluenxa, is now progressing favorably. > > Thn many friends of tho Hon. Mrs. Uroughten-Adderly. who Bpent Honut llmo In town last year on her return to Knglund aftor a visit of �(ini(i wool:?, in tho west, will regret to hour of tho death of her oldest son, Captain Peter UrouKhten-Ail-dorloy, of tho Scots (luardu, which jccurrod In l-'rauco roeontly. Cnpt�iu i behove that bookeepliiR Is a profitable and pleasant occupation for KlrlB mid onu which, fven on a small scale, could do much to help In the conservation of food." So writes a college (flrl to tho l'oc.,1 Uonrd-one who h*s k*pt bees since l y 15 ami Is onthuitlastlc about thorn. She has discovered already how profitable and pleasant It is to have a few colonlM of hues to look sftrir In one's spare time. During her summer vacation last year sh* took a coursu at an apiary and sUo now has about twenty colonies to care fcr. She. Is keen to give other cjrls the benefit of her experiences and to st �> bee-keeping myrn generally taken up among women. Baiel, Nov. 13.-The revolutionary movement is spreading strongly in oast Prussia. A serr.i-officlal dispatch from Berlin report* that Koenlgsbtirg, Allensteln, Inste* berg, Gumbtngen and Loetzen are In the hands of the revolutionists. Governor von Batocki of Posen, former German food minister, has put himself at the disposal of the revolutionists. NEARLY 600 PLANES IN TWO MONTHS With the American Army In France, Nov. 13.-In the period from Sept. 12 to 11 o'clock on the morning of Nov. 11, American aviators claim they brought down 473 German machines. Of that number 363 already have been confirmed officially. Can be used on either warm or cold stove PIN YOUR FAITH FROM FRONT PAGE) Special forces of canvassers are belna: organised to attack strongholds containing much coin on Friday. In addition Chairman ltaallm appeals to uvt^yono who has bought a bond to sell a bond. Then there is the special appeal to everyone to buy a special bond lo celebrate peace and tho homecoming of thn boys. Arrangements ure being jia.de to send a eanvasHor to anyone who cannot Hnd It convenient to come to Victory Loan head'iliarters tomorrow. Every bond holder Is urged to wear the Victory Loan button tomorrow. This will help the canvussers. j Remember tumorruw is Lucky Friday, and the slogan is "Make it u Million." The following is a complete list of local concerns which have won honor emblems: Citizens' Lumber Company, Richard Doo, Ford UarHgo, Campbell, Wilson and liornu, Central Uurngo, Red Cross Drug and Hook Company, Hull and CaniHToti, Hank of Montreal, Otto. Kerr 4 Company, R. \V. Wallace "�fc Company Ltd., Mrs. S. W. Tuckwell, Imperial Oil Limited, 1*. Lund and Son, Scott linkery, Kllisou Milling Co. Ltd.. Taylor Milling Co. ltd., C, 1'. R. (soven cards), Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge Herald, Hydatids Storo, Pjunkei and Savage, Knight-Watson Co* staff, Macaroni Factory, Motor Salas, Shep-hord, Duulop ami itlce, It. Coultry, Victory Loan Ollieo Staff, D. 11, Rlton and staff, Ollmore Rakeiy, Dixon Sheet Metal Co., Tho Hood Co. Ltd., .The Simpson Co.. (Jovernmont Telephones, Assinlboia Music Co,. Uuttu l'ereha Rubber Co., N. Supena mid Son, Hawden Furniture Co., it. N. W, M, J'., Alexandra Hotel, Hudson's Ray Co., Backer and Yates, Teeplo and Company, No. 1 Fire Hall, Standard Bunk (North), Scott Fruit Co., II. C. Ost-lund (Office and House), Stuoey Lumber Co., Canadian Western Nntural Gars Co., McKelvle mid McOutre, M. V. Johnston & Co., O. F. Ursenbaeh, MeLeotl Brothers, Trusts and Guarantee Co., Conaoydatad Rubber Co.  Worthwhile in Winter Coats Beautiful Models in Plain and Fur Trimmed Styles Friday and Saturday OUR COATS are not only made of the best material!!, but the trimming* from the pleasing crushed plush to rich warm Kirs, such as Chinchilla, Nutria, Beaver. Japanese Fox, Sable and Opossum are the choicest and most select in style and appearance. Off Every Coat Up to Everyone a brand new l'.'ls style, mude from bf�t duality of Velotir. Hroiidiloth ;:nd Tweeds in plain uud r.ipey weaves. Collars of phi; h in convtrtible styles, i.irge pockets, button triiuui'd. new wide belts, man tixpt-ri*. Off Every Coat Over $4000 In this lot you will find the choicest selection �* htyles and maieriul thut we have offered HroadcloUa. \'e!our. Letter's BnxSJ-lh Plu�h �nd Tweetls of tho hla%-e,st qunllty. Some ate hah' lintHl. others lined throughout . 1 SA VING OF $5,00 on Every Coat up to $40.00 A Saving of $10.00 on every Coat from $45 up G ON EVERY COAT We want you to see the values and the splendid tailoring for yourself. We want you to see the beautiful fabrics our Lester's Black Plush, Rich Velours, etc., in all the wanted colors. We want you to look at them and try them on, because we know we have a style that will suit you". Yoot Choke of Om Entire Stock of Coats at a Discount BLACK UNDERSKIRTS ho only, Black Healherbloom Under-sltirts, that are .well mude; also goo.l fitting stylo with deep flounce and frill Values that soil regularly at J2.5D lo j'J.Ta. Special-this week .. 2.00 MEN'S UNDERWEAR in this lot of about 100 pioces you will find a great selection of film wool undejr shirts in some of the ben qualities we 'have ever offered. They lye samples, but samples of wonderful value.! up'to $3.fib regular. Sptciul this | week .......................... l*J-e) MEN'S COMBINATIONS About Bi) suils of Men's Heavy Ribbed Wool mid fine light weight; also soinu natural wool combinations, not all sizes but values up as high as fid suit. Special tills week....... 2.50 MEN'S UNDERWEAR Men's Woolen Underehirls. An �dd lot ot traveller's samples and odd pieces from fast selling lines. These are values that we cannot buy today. Regular values up to ?1.an each. Special this week.......................... 95c LADIES' UNDERWEAR Ladles' Veite and Drawers lu u soft fine weave (hat i* excellent value and good fitting. Uood runge of �i?es. A splendid weight for early fall wear or when an all wool garment cannot be woru. Regular 90c value. Special this .week, "JC each............................ I OC WHITE FLANNELETTE lo piecea for quick selling iu Whiu Klauneletto, This ie value that wo cannot offer again, but you may secure lonio on Friday und Saturday, at, 20c The Busy Store Buy Victory Bonds iaaiMsiis] ;