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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOfe'FOUR THE L E T H R I? I D G E t> A1 Ij 1 H K K A I. O TUESDAY, 1914 Che Uecalb alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY ''SUBSCRIPTION RATES delivered, per yearV. KOO by mail, per year Weekly, by mall, per year..... i.oo TELEPHONES Business Offlco I Editorial Office W; A. Buchanan John Torranco j Mantling Director Business Manager j THE SITUATION TODAY CpiTOtions ia the eastern zone of! battle, iiro nrosrresins in inverse ratio to activities in the western theatre. I In tlie latter matters an> practically j si a'standstill the exception of j an artillery dud. In tlic former vlo-1 lent lislitlns is place a! least) In foul localities. In tile near east, oa the Allies' right towards Switzerland.-renewed efforts! Erc being made by the enemy to unit? his forces in the Arsonne forest on j the left 01 tlic Sleuse with Uiosc the right of the river in the j district with an advance position at I St. Mihiei. The object, of this. is. to mask the fortress of Verdun held by. the French, an important strategic position. No success, however, be- yond taking the old fort of Chauvon- co-jrt'has been met with by the enemy. In the further east the Germans ap- I'LL SOON GET YOU MOVINGT ot'ten js_worn out. After this corre- spondents might substitute "blanket." pear to :be making a second effort to u hides more. march on Warsaw, and are making au attempt.to pierce the Russian centre at pointi previously mentioned, viz.: Plocfc Lodz and Czentochowa. De- tails .of the fighting here .arp neither definite nor convincing. But from the fact'that'Berlin official reports state that the situation Is unchanged it may be inferred that, the .enemy has not met-with the aurcccs3_.hfiped Cur. As! in the first stage of the cam- A Calgary parry nas susses ted that the political parties declare a throe years' holiday. ,It would be very fine hut a few years ahead of the times. pHign the Russian advance has again fallen back..no doubt in keeping with the strategy- of- forcing the en- emy to exhaust himself. The taking of Cracow by the sians' would mean a source of much j danger to the-Germans in iliat Kjnever allow of an .invasion south into' Silesia with Breslau as the objective. A Raymond scholar raises enough alfalfa, seed on GG acres to send him to university for four years. That man should set a steady job from the ife- panment of agriculture. IICKED UP IN FOR THE BUSY MAN andrfor this purpose their forces have considerable augmented the Austrians ia tfife battle now raging at Czeatocu- owa northwest of Cracow. Belgium is able.bodied sous to enlist as volunteers. j George Hoadley, -M-P.P- has start- ed patriotic fund with a com ri but ion of The Xonh Alberta branch of the Canadian patriotic fund now stands at Winnipeg is providing for the un- employed by laying worth of sewers. Lieut.-CoI. :A., B... Petrie of Guelph instance the old udase that figures has ottered to organise a ihree: battery doesn't tell the truth. I brigade. j Captain .1. H. Brennan'of the Welsh Fusiliers, and only sort'of Mrs. Statistics place the casualty list for three and months of'war. at of tlie, cream of Europe's jiiKiiihuutl. We sincerely hone that in Sir Thomas Sliaughnessy is once more mentioned'as successor to the latel Brenuan, of -Montreal, has been killed in battie Right Rev. IJr. Thoraloe-- was elected-Bishop" of-Ottawa by INCREASE THE FARES Tlie proposal is made by the street railway department that there he a Strathcona. Canada no man Sir Canadian, stuck iu London wh'elming majority, but he has .not several points, I yet'.decided to accept. In response to_the 'goVernnicnl's 'ap-' The Germans suned up a rebellion general increase in rates commencing December 1. for fares jln South -ifnca was a fizzle I The attempts to stir up Hindus to re- volt liar-e been, The.marelr'on j Paris fizzled out. Now tliey are ing to'stir up; the. Arabs'against Bri- Iw thr farmers of Essex count) increased the acreage of their tain and it will be Kaiser will surel' auother fizzle. The With- this proposal the Herald is heartily' in accord. It should hare been Adopted long ago. The street railway is a business en- terprise and should -be managed by strictly business" methods. For two j __________________ yeafa'yre have fteen giving the same j '-THE GREATEST HONOR' rates as in cities many times larger, (Letter from 2nd every vear the rolls Regiment., to ME mother a big profit. We have not been set- wheat by 10 per cent A grave conflict thtreatens at .Goth- enburg 'between officers of the 'Swed- ish mercantile marine service and-the Swedish-.shipownersi I Sir Adam Beck has estimated that. soon come to the! the Ontario Hydro Power- C-ompany conclusion that bis middle name 1-5 the-province annual I> s The Marchioness of Donegal, form- erly iliss Twinning of and A 11 frequent visitor to Canada, is estab-1 lishing a movable hospital in France.} A. Liberal-Conservative convention Pease, L-ondon SE> As you sar the Germin- do wantjji ill be held at Sinuhcona tomorrov ting our fares, bv the appearance of and-Are are all trying our [Hon.. Arthur gen- 'ouristreet railway balance sheet but the custom set.hy other cities. The result is that we have a monthly de- ficit -which no economy in operating costf pould overcome Only two courses therefore are left the fares, or put the cars in the barn We can afford the form- er better than the latter, so let us adopt the plan which will keen our system operating. 1 Five cents .is much to pay j for tile accommodation of a quick ride j from "one part of'Uie city to another. I "tt e can all aiford U until the system begins iu roll up a profit. Then we old rates back. The proposal to abolish free rides Jpr city employees will mt-et with pub- lic favor. That privilege lias been abused until it has ibecome a nuisance snould an; tiu employee ride free any more than that he should re- ccive ;free light and free water? It's lime to put an end to a practice which i has hfcome one of thy bugbears of the j Eastern i best to do it, too I am glad to heir j eral ior Canida n ill be the principal j g Arthur [a brother] has joined- the I speaker. Armv. Do. not .worry fpr it is all for I Fortv.two 'misfits" -who are return- the -best, and .-remember lliat 1 sol flier's death fighting for nu tountrv is tbe great .TiuuHBuer tuai -i sol to c fl first Canadlan f 1 glorious one to die tnnun nnlv tn I Austria is cheerful, -ays a Vienna report. Yes, cheerful as a funeral. Lethbndge motes into its fine.nftw post office tomorrow Every day hecoaie more metropolitan. New Brunsw'icVs -premier has been fount! guilty by a Royal CommLssion of malfeasance of office. Surelj r etnDifnr will now resign lit .Alberta n vsays tho British j fpAt "a peaceable daj Sun Bill be enforcing i JvOnTi Day 1 paln hear- the old rumor that the fleet ia getting ready to come out refuse to be noiild suggest thit It time the "veil of secrecy" which lias drawn, over -the buttle So Ladies Make Your Dainty Boots Secure by having them heeled with CATS PAW CUSHION RUBBER HEELS Slippery Sidewalks are so are you walk with a sure-footed tread on 'CAT'S PAW'HEELS Don't ask for "rubber on get- ting 'Cat's cost no more than the ordinary kind. At All Dealers 50c. 166 WIIPOLE RUBBER CO. Gen Fjglies lias retused to give out I their names t t Deranzie G. Haves, Beach Flonda has Mavor! {Hocken of To-outo asking if j chanr-e to enlist Ha> es ants, to fav hi i eTpenaes lint uill not 5 consent to go to tlie Jront as. anything ibirt a Highlander, in.kiits-too. I The Winnipeg Postal Swimming I j dun nas nine of its members with the iHt and 2nd contingents among iliem AID "Milbourne local long distance J champion The U innipeg Swimming, Club Las 14 mm in Lac ranks and the i Winnipeg S. 0. E. Swimming Club.six i members Midiai'l noylc, auwial agent of Un- American Treasury, left Rotterdam recently in an amomoblle Kith des- natrhpfc tor nnissels. The fierraan The llasun specially in -itniciPii htm to follow a tircilitou1? REASON SALE Our Greatest Mid-Season Sale begins Wednesday Morning promptly at 10 o'clock and continues for the balance of the week. nun hiii" iiitci Stocks depaitnii'iil line qiu'cl' oulois must In- obi-u'il To meet the reijuirtMiicnts in possible stocks throughout IMPH tlopartment to projitr proportions and them into cash, there's just one tlung to PKICES. i SO THERE S GOING TO BE A TREMENDOUS SLAUGHTER' A sale ot quick deiitlye results a sale of unmatchable and gensrous a sale involving our entire high-grade stock of Dress Goods and Silks; Staples and Linens- Hosk-y and Glove.- Cor. eels and Underwear: Handkerchiefs and Neckwear: veilings and Novelties; Shawls and Knit Goods; Furs, Millinery and Ready-to-wear Garments EVERYTHING REDUCED'---NOTHING RESERVED'---YOU SAVE ON EVERYTHING YOU BUY' co t. Item ment.oned below arc but a br.ef sumn-ary of the auxantages'alid saving chance at thi fau y the innumerable items with bargain price tickets announcing their exceptional values Will be the reward of hurried shoppers and space forbids ment.on of but a few of them here All ready Wednesday morning promptly at Ten O'clock. J' Winter Hosiery and Underwear Assortments for women, girls and bays are most satisfying, and'.-mid-season a 5-prices present the biggest savings within your reach. Cashmere and Woollen Ho e Worth up to 45c C9C 32c 40c 53c All Our Cashmere Hose in regular 40c value: Af! Our Cashmere Hose in regular 50c value: Air. Our Cashmere Hose in regular 65g vaiifes Fall 'Weight Undervests to45c Fail Vests and Drawe'rs In reqular 65c values Finest Onion Suits In regular values Finest Union Suits In? regular 25c 52c ALL'-OTHER LINES OF HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR REDUCED. Swiss Handkerchiefs on Now's the time to buy. Fine Swiss Embroidered 4 O 1 A Kerchiefs I 2 v Daintjly Embroidered D celient worth 9 c 2 for I Lovely Pure Embroidered Kerchiefs plendid value at -lie J Finest Linen Jjiitialed Ker chiefs, worth ea -AIL other Kerchiefs reduced. Christmas Linens, on Centres, Tray ClothSj etc. r alf Irjcluded iHand made Lace in ize Fine Lace and BatterBurg- j Doylie reg me Fine Lace Centre Pieces 4 Resu.ai 0 J 4? 36 in Ct tic re" ?j 0 AH other Novelty Linens reduced. 52.80 We've Cut all prices Every bit of Yard Remarkably Low on Goods in the Store Many things.-induded here make ideal Xmas Gifts and scores of on sale that we cannot mention here: 25c Best Wrapperette.......... .20c Fine-Table Linen ..........80c Linen GDC Best Hucfc 25c Fine Art.-Sateens 75c Fine 45-inch Linen .v. .60c TOc Pillow Linen 75c SI 90 inch Sheeting Linen Fine t Sale Ml included worth up to ?J 00 Closing -Out Dress Sale S7JO f Dies o included worth up to 11600 Closing Out Skirt Sale 5JB.75 3kirt in the tore included Loi elj Opera Cloaks Regular and lahie T Evening Gowns j Regular ?50.00. values Anj Hat in the Store The frail clearance ill good in regular SS-.0 ind 51000 value i Closing-Out fur Sale Ojlcrs Attractive A'alncs Poijilod Fox Tsih6ll.i Set get Elcdiu Seal Sol 63b XfMcsl LfopiMd Set 'Jjl Blink Sot..... Mink Muff ..-.-i 31 ink Mii'fl W.wluyOicv WoM Delink Jfaunol ,110.00 AH Bother-Fun at 'similar reductions. CLARKE The Ladiei' Store Acedia Block ;