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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1918 THE LKTJililttlKil'; DAILY FHIiAJJ) PAGE ELEVEJ RE-ADJUST ALE UNQUESTIONABLY THE GREATEST BARGAIN EVENT OF THE YEAR SILK DRESSES Extra Special Drosses that, are not loo elaborate tor general use yet not too simple for better \Year, smart fashionable frocks that are cliarmlng as they are new. Made from good quality o� soft taffeta silk In bro^wn, navy, amethyst, green and black. Full range of sizes. This means a real saving as these dresses sell regularly at $25.00. WOOL BLANKETS Just a word about our pure woo) blankets. These are the values of last year. We boughl enough for two years' but now we put them all on sale at a big aaViug. $9.00 Wool Blankets ... $7.20 $9.75 Wool Blankets $7.80 $12.50 Wool Blankets . $10.00 BUY -NOW AND PREPARE FOR THE .COUD WEATHER. t^WAY BACK ABOUT A YEAR AGO we Durchasedthe:siock for this fall and winter. We had to do it to secure the ;*goods;^t rightprices. It was then that crop conditions looked good. We thought of cold weather and we did not knpw that the 'flu-would be here. Now these conditions miist be overcome, our stock must be reduced. This is the reason foi-yjthis greaj; re-adjusting sale. Thousands of dollars worth of seasonable merchandise sacrificed for the benefit of our customer^. Eviery department in the store will be represented and we assure you that this will be an occasion long to be remembered. ' ins 28 SILK UNDERSKIRTS  A. limited number of Silk Dnder-sUlrtB in plain and brocaded silk in good quality, made with neat narrow knife pleated flounce. Regular ?G.0.1 values, Re-adjuBtinB O C(\ Sale ....................... J�D\J LADIES' VESTS 200 Ladies' Cotton Vests, made with high neck and long ."sleeves. A good vest for very little money and values that sell at 60c a garment in the regular way. Re-adjusting OC*. Sale ......................... ODC LADIES' CASHMERE HOSE A full fashioned cashmere hose in � excellent quality and a line o� h6se that will give excellent wear, unbeatable value. Re-adjustlng AC� Sale, pair........... ....... 5fDC JtADj^fe CASHMERE HOSE ,.; spOj.palF .,^f Vadies' full ta.shlQne(l-C COATS! COATS! Every coal an exolusive model and tailpred by experts from the finest materials procurable. All the newest colors and latest ideas are here and every one at a huye ciiscount. $18.00 Coats for ... $14.50 $20.00 Coats for . ... $16.00 $24.00 Coats for . ,.. $19.25 $30.00 Coats for . .. $24.00 $35.00 Coats for . ... $28.00 $40.00 Coats for ... $32.00 $45.00 Coats for . ... $35.00 $47.50 Coats for . ... $38.00 $50.00 Coats for . ... $40.00 $55.ft0 Coats for . ... $44.00 $65.0flr Coats for . ... $52.00 $70.00 Coats for . .. . $56.00 $75.00 Coats for . ... $60.00 Comlorters,.Curtain l^et^ih^oolen Sea Caps and Toques, D^ess Goods, Sllksi^ Blouses, Sweatier Coats, Underskirts and Furs of All Kinds. HEMMED SHEETS ,'!0(i hemmed cotton sheets, all ready for use. Made from excellent quality (>�: heavy sheeting that will give all ki)id.s of wear. Regular $2.00 to $2.2.'> value. Ro-ad.iusting Sale, J 75 WHITE BATH TOWELS loo pair of extra l.Trgc white terry towels in splendid heavy; absorbent rjurtllty, size 22.x40, an excellent towel tor the bath room. Regular ?1.25 pair. Ke-adjusting Sale, J qq MEN'S WOOL SOX .Men".-? heavy grey wool box for Aviiiter wear. These arc value.s that, cannot be replaced today at our regular selling price. They are worth at least 4Qc and 45c a pair. Re- | adju.slins Sale, -i pair for ... ! PILLOW COTTON ."iOO yards of that famous circular pillow cotton. It's wonderful value when you consider that the wholesaler wants more for it than we do. It i.s ,1 i.(i ? ? > ? : > ; ? * : : : : �>  ? TO YOUR SOLDIER BOY ? > ? ? ? ? : : : ? : :� ? ? Greeting: ' � . E're dawns .tlia sacred Yulelide once again. The natipiis from a scene-of blood shedveeasfe; ...... From .visions of destructlori, woe and' pain, We greet in prayer a Universal Peace. May the Christ spirit fill your heart with joy, K'en though in foreign lands you still must roani;;, , .: .  May heaven kindly bless each soldier l3oy, : V And bring him safply to loved � ones and home, 0. F. U. . . .,.�- .� *. . .;. .> .: > : > : .;.> .} ? � ' � PERSONAL > �: .> .: anj^6iiidtttS:,Vf6r a dance in Harper's Hfflrfoiv'itte; evening of Friday,.Deq,Gth. ., 5Wtiit^,Jditrlend8 please phone 1461 and'a^i!ftligp\-:l*WJ�'-*rW.-= tt * � ir the 'flu situation is still as fav-| orable as pronounced, Mrs. Huff's section of the Wesley ladies aid will meet the first of the week. It is suggested that all bazaar work be handed in as soon as possible. * % .;. .j. ^. .> .;. .;. .;, .j. ;n "> � � ( '>.�'� � 'A � . . *: : ':? : ^' Watch food adveriisenients. There is-always the best and cheapest place to buy any commodity. Much caa, be acpdmplished in tlie way of econbmy by watching the advertiaementB " lij local papers. Merchants do not;, Advertise unless the. price and quality of the goods are attractive and they know that they must fulfil their promises if they are to retain their customers and make new ones. Help the most progressive merchant in your locality. Competition does more to regulate prices than anything else.  * � > : ? ? ? ? ? ? H. C. OF L. ? .> .;. .;. .;. .> > �>', past tour years, can deny them some ? � \:: � ,�'>�>; small contribution to h'elp them re- ? GERMANS GAVE USELESS > ? REQUISITIONS FOR FOOD ? : > : : : Writing of the requisJtipuing .sys-itoni inaugurated bj'. the Germans Jurying ,thelr.- occupation 1 .of Courtrai,. ii Belgian who succeeded in making his escape to Switzerluud says; "The.'country folks twere, of course the most numerous dupea of those anean robberies, having no notion "whatever of Germnn han'dwviting, nor �,of the forms after wnicli.the legal requisitions, acconiing to the 'Teuton meaning, should liavo beau drawn up. Our.poor.fiunners were iiuposed upon and fleeced iu a most abominablp manner. One of (hem, living near Stace-;gbemi was given in exchange for a cow,* a requisition note bearing the follb\f:ing , iuscrfiitloni" ill' German: -"Gooa! for one kiss from the. Kaiser." \ Wfere otit and out robbery and pluii-jiler \Viis libt carried'qui l^y the Gev-'nian.s"^'iivjBelglUn] subterfuge. \vas rc-soVte'fVfO as has'been described above. By degrees the poor Belgian fai-mers and peasants, where their homos havH not been" dostroj'ed antT'iheir goods seized en-masse, have.Jseen all their worldly- jibssessions. oi^j'at least those by which' they might'.* hope to keep allreor hope to'onrn a living for themselves and their families, pass into the hands of the enemy. Thus they have been stripped of food and clothing and home and left destitute to keep body and sold together as best they may. What has beu done in one village or town lias been repefited throughout the length and broadtli of that small kingdom, until today the Belgian people' are crying for food and clothing to the outside countries. The I^elgian Government for a time at least will not be in a position to help Its own people and during that period help tor the Belgian civilian population niust come from those countries who are better off and have food and clothing to spare. This help Is only asked for a short time longer as the Belgians are starting In on the reconstruction of their country with the same spirit as they entered the war. No one, who has read of the terrible sufferings inflicted upon these people during the I gain their health and .strength for the task that lie.? ahead of them... The ! Belgian Relief Fund at 5!) St. .Peter I street, Montreal, will be grateful for coiitribution.s sent to them for the suffering Belgians. BISHOP ROPER HEADS WAR SERVICE BOARD TORONTO.--Representatives of all the Protestant churches of Canada met in the Synod offices today for the purpose of organizing an inter-denominational commission on matters relating to the war and demobilization. It was decided to call the new org'an-ization the Federal War Service Commission of the Churches in Canada. Bishop Roper, of Ottawa, was elected chairman; Rev. Dr. S. D. Chown, general superintendent of the Methodist church, and Rev. Ur. A. S. Grant, chairman of the Presbyterian war commission, were elected vice-chairman. The secretary i.s Rev. W. T. Gunn, rep-rpsenting the Congregational commission. R6v. M. C. McLean, representing the Bapti.s^ military board, was ciocted Ircasurei. The commission will deal with quOBtions referred to it by the dif-tei'ent churches, and will only take action on matters upon which each unit is agreed. ? :� -> ? ? ? : ? > : ? ? * NORMAL SCHOOL TO OPEN NEW APPOINTMENT EDMONTON, Nor-. 27..^By-direction of the minister of edudalion. the Calgary normal schoql will re open on Dgce.m-ber 2nd and will continue in operation iratil December 21. .;. .: � ALLOTMENT VJCT6I?^Y doAN OTTAWA, Nov. 27.-Allotment of the Victory Loan will be made in' a day or two. Substantially, the whole amount subscribed will be taken, but some of the larger subscrlptaons will be held over to stabilize the money market. ___li_L____ MONTREAL, N6t. 2T.-Mr. Hulatt,  manager of telegraphs. Grand Trunk Paciflc, announces. th� �ppointmen"i,.Qf ; W. E. Bell as acting dlrlBlpnal suner^,, iritendent of telegraphs for Alberta aii^ British Columbia. -^Mr.'Bell'lias 'belSWif associated with the Grand Trunk Pad-.; iflc Telegraphs p.t.the headquarters in[:; MontreaU since-, lilh. ; � Mr. Bell suc'feeeda W. Rooney, whoi-i' ias ,been-granted leave of absence. ),;,; COTTON FIRE ALMOST PAR BOILED IN A BATH TUB Try Making Your Own Cough Remedy j BOMBAY, Nov. 27.-(Canadian!': ; Press dispatch from" Rdut^r%)-^ne; i: of the most serious cotton flres ip thai history of Bombay occurred yesterday.;; : i Seven thousand bales of cotton stored^" !on the,.docks were destroyed and thei damagfe is estimated at �2.50,000 ster-i-; ling. , i-: i days was $24 a ton! Farm products as egrs'tjtiilg'^S- ceilWiraW;-butter 20 cents, a pound and good dressed chick-n senine at four tor $1.00. SPOKANiS.-In a dead faint, with her mouth and nose barely above water. Mrs. Alba White, age .'i4, who re-j fused to divulge her address, was dis.-covered by the proprietor about nine o'clock last night in a bath tub in a Japanese barber shop at W514 Main avenue. The frightened .fapanese raced to Riverside avenue and Howard street and informed Officer Cole, who sum. moned the emergency hospital staff. Mrs. White was drappod in a blanket and taken to the emergency hospital, where it was found that her body was nearly parboiled and iu places the skin was almost blistered. She wa.s revived and given a bed in the detention ward at the city jail for the night; , The tainting attack is thought to have been due to her using the \yater ton hot. It is believed that she will sulTer no ill effects. j Graliam Jackson,'well khbwn �tti-zeu of Kitchener, Is dead- , Saa can nave nliont %t, and have a better rcmfily than (benmily-nmde kiiul. lln�lly done,, If you combined tl(c citralive properties of every known �"ready-made" cough remedy, .voii probably coiild not gat as much real curative power a.s there is in this simple homc-mafle couph syrup, which is easily prepared in a few'minutes. Get from any drujfpist ZVj ounces of Pincx (CO ceiits worth), pour it into a IG-az. bottle and (ill the b'Ottle witlj syrup, u,sinK either plain granulated sii^ar syrup, clarified molasses, honey, or com syrup, as desired. The result is 16 ounces of really better couffh syrup than vou.�ould buy ready-maaei and saves easily .'jiS. Tastes pleasant and never spoils. 'j'liis Pinex and Syrup prepamlion iCtcts right at the cause of a coUKh-and-jrivrs almost immediate relief. It loosens, the phlcfrm, stops the nasty throat tickle and heals the sore, irritated membranes so pentl,r and easily that it is really astonishmg. ' . 'A day's use will usually overeome-tho ordinary couph and for bronchitis, crbup, whooping cough and broncliial astlima, there is nothinp: better. Pi:icx is a most voluable eoneentrated, compound of e-enuinp Norway ,piuo'-ex-tract, and lvttB.Jjsen used.for.-gejlerations t<^ break severe cpugh^i w \ ,it To avoid disappointitieni,' ask ^bur druRftist for "2% ounces of Pincx" with fujl directions, and don't accept airpthiiw 5lee.- .Guaranteed to\Kivo ttbgoliite shtia-factiqji or money promptly refunded. Tlje Viacx Co., I'oronto, Out. f Kirkby's Special For Tbitirsday [unchCake REGULAR PRICE 35c THURSDAY EACH Made in accordance with the Pure Food Regulations. Kirkby Canada Food - Board Licence Numbers 5-2386.ahd 10-)59p8,.,, PHONE 1627 t ;