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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SEVEN last sacrifices Clemenccnu Sounds Call to The People of Prance-Final Delivery of World , Paris, Oct. 3-With victory in Bight, tlio allied tuitions should set themselves for the last sacrifices necessary before the final triumph 1r secure, Premier Clemenceau declared today in a ringing pronouncianiento. The premier's words are embodied In a letter he has sent to the council-Keneral of the Loire, which has passed nn address strongly supporting the government's course. "The council representing the people," says the premier's response, "can : : * : ? : : : : ? : : AMERICANS HOLD FARTHEST POINT SOUTH Archangel, Tuesday, Oct, 1. - I By .Associated Press).--American troops hold the furthest point south of any of the allies in the advance southward from Archangel. This point, is a small village 35 miles south of Shenkursk (300 miles southeast of on the river Vaga. The BoJslieviki stronghold of Velsk is only .10 miles a wn y. mor's 2nd army, fighting together under the command of King Albert, is even more extraordinary by reason of the drejulfii! weather and the condition of the ground. In many places the men had to wade not only waist high, but even up to their armpits. At one place a large body of Germans said to have numbered \J00, surrendered and were left under a small guard. Seeing their opportunity after that, they did what the Germans have done so often in this war-picked up their weapons and began shooting the Belgian troops in the back. Not one of them was left alive to brag about it, in the prisoners' cages afterward." Made in Canada '"pHIS Waist Seam Suit is a popular Society Brand model I that has a two-fold advantage-it gives a smart effect to the coat, and is most appropriate in these military times. To be sure that you get hand tailoring of a superior grade, look for the label "Society Brand.It's our pledge to you of unqualified satisfaction. SOCIETY BRAND CIJOTHES, LIMITED, CANADA ALFRED DECKER 4 COHN, UNITED states CHICAGO NEW YORK MONTREAL STYLfe HEADQUARTERS where orirti} SSrmiO Ollottfra are sold ALL makers can buy the same woolens, but it is ..the tailoring that makes the big difference in clothes. Society Brand Suits and Overcoats embody the highest grade of workmanship that your money can buy. And if that's what you want, don't accept anything else. Come in and look them over-the style that you see in the mirror is built inrr-not pressed in-and will stay in as long as you wear these clothes. McKelvie & McGuire Lethbridge iU Style Headquarters'-Where fcorirtjj Slnrnfc (Ulothrfi are sold ;iof f1rejnsurance Ottawa, Oct. -The commission of conservation in its monthly bulletin foreshadows the possibility of legislation designed to reduce the cost of conducting lire insurance business in Canada. It states that i( is understood that at least two provincial governments are considering the advisability of enacting legislation to deal with the matter if /In- companies do not act with promptitude. The commission In a recent report, on "fire waste in Canada'' declared that the root of the evil of fire insurance business in Canada and one of the greatest factors in the excessive fire waste is the method of compensating agents by payment of commissions. The report stated that agents receive greater compensation for insuring risks at a high premium than at a low premium. allays the worry of butter supply Ottawa, Oct. 2.--A Canada food hoard statement in regard to butter states that, there is no need for alarm as to the possible advance in price, or the diminution of domestic supplies following l lie commandeering order of Kept. �'{(). by which the products of all butter creameries in the provinces of Alberta. Saskatchewan. Manitoba. , Ontario and Quebec, between Sept. j and Nov. .'�, are taken over for the British ministry of food. The amount at present under storage affected by this commandeering order is 20,000.000 pounds of creamery butter. The average cost to the cold storage companies for butter now in storage is about 44 1-4 cents a pound. The storage companies are entitled under the Canada food board order j No. 45 issued June a governing produce merchants to a profit when selling to wholesalers of 4 per rent, on the cost of butter delivered to the warehouse; and when such companies mould or cut the butter prints themselves, they are entitled to no more than '�' per cent on the cost price to cover tho cost of such moulding and cutting. Wholesale houses and jobbers selling to retailers are required, under tlie terms of this order to charge not more than 10 per cent, ove cost, de- livered to warehouse as profit. When butter is stored for more than than ;!0 days the cost of holding or carrying may be added to' the cost-price delivered to warehouse. The maximum advances over cost are nut to be regarded by dealers as justifiable under unusual conditions and dealers are warned thai exaction of such maximum advances will not. under ordinary conditions, he considered fair. The prhsi'.nl supply of creamery butter in storage together with dairy butter, which is not touched by order, will be quite sufficient, to fill the de- mands of the Canadian public untlei existing conditions and there is no occasion for alarm, or any juatifica* t.lon for hoarding or profiteering. The needs of butter for the allies I are great, and the present consumpt-j Ion of butter in Canada is at least six [times the per capita allowance In Eng-I land. Alias Myrtle Carpenter, sister of W. G. Carpenter, superintendent of Public Schools. Kdmonton, was a victim of Spanish Influenza at Syracuse, N. V.. where she had been nursing. She came from Hrockville, Ont. BULGARIANS REFUSED 10 LISTEN TO THE KING Threw Down Their Guns and Retired-Commander-in-Chief Opposed Armistice Your liver Is the Best Beauty Doctor A dull, yellow, lifeless skin, t�r pimples and eruptions, are twin brothers to constipation. Bile, nature's own laxative, is getting into your blood instead of passing out of your system as it should. Thin is the treatment, in successful use for 50 years - one pill daily Small Pin-Small Dose-Small Price (more only when necessary). Carter's Little Liver Pills For Constipation Genuine bears signature Putt You Right Over Nlcht Pallid, Pale, Putty-Faced People Need Garter's Iron Pius Geneva, Oct. 3. - King Ferdinand and Crown Prince Boris of Bulgaria were at Veles a week ago to exhort the Bulgarian troops to fight, telegraphs Prof. Reiss, the Saloniki correspondent of the Lausanne Gazette. Their efforts were of no avail, the Bulgarian soldiers throwing away their arms and retiring. Commander-in-Chief Opposed Paris, Oct. -Gen. Jecoff. commander in-chief of the Bulgarian army,, has arrived in Vienna to undergo an operation and, according to a dispatch from Basel, says that he, protested against the decision of the Bulgarian government, (presumably the J decision to ask for the armistice recently). He also asserts that he considers himself still the commander-in-chief of the Bulgarian forces. ihe new german Prince Maximilian is heir to the throne of the grand duchy of Baden. He was born July 10, 1S67. For some years he has been recognized as the leader of the Delbrueck group of German moderates and upon the fall of Imperial Chancellor Michaelis, Nov. 1, 1917, he was put forward as the Moderates' candidate for the chancellorship. His name, howiver, did not go before the emperor, as Prince Maximilian objected for dynastic reasons. At that time there were vague rumors concerning Prince Maximilian to the effect that in Moderate circles there was under way a movement having for its ultimate objective the dethronement of Emperor William and the choice of Prince Maximilian as his successor. These humors, however, were never confirmed, although there seemed to be some foundation for them. Tn his book. "My Four Years in Germany." 'Mr. Gerard paid a tribute to Prince Maximilian and expressed admiration for him. Early in the present year Prince Maximilian gave a semi-official interview, in which lie outlined his views on Germany's peace terms. His state- j ment wus a shock to the Pan-Ger- I mans in that lie advocated the aban- \ donment of/all ideas of conquest. He i advocated an Anglo-Saxon peace, in the sense that tho German empire must serve as a bulwark in protecting the western nations from the spread of Russian Bolslievikism. Prince Maximilian's wife was formerly Marie Louise, Duchess of Brunswick-Lunenburg, and bears the title of Princess Royal of Great Britain and Ireland. \ GOLD REACHES GERMANY FROM RUSSIA Amsterdam, Oct. 2.-The second shipment of gold from Russia to Germany has arrived at the German frontier and has been taken over by an official of the reichsbank, according to a Berlin dispatch today. Dispatches on Sept. 11 reported tlio shipment of the first portion of the Russian war Indemnity to Germany and its receipt by a rechsbank representative at the German border line. It was stated In a message from Copenhagen" that the shipment amounted to_ 250,000,000 roubles, one half of wiilch' was In gold. STRIKE AT feUFFALO Buffalo, N.Y., Oct. 3.-A strike went into effect on all the lines of the International railway here and nearby cities and. towns at 4 o'clock this morning,^ The tie-up was, complete, the company,'making no effort to move cars' with"' "whatever force was  ---- I Piece Silks and Wool Sweater Coats As a Special Week End Attraction At no time in the history of this store have we been so well supplied with silks of such charming styles and rich qualities. The same can be truthfully said of the Sweater Coats both for women, men and children. We have been fortunate in getting the old pure wool qualities that are so scarce this season. Then you will see by looking over the list below that our prices are very moderate, in fact the values are extremely good throughout. The Silks The wearing qualities and the extensive range of styles will interest you. OUR SILK VALUES ARE BRINGING BIG BUSINE8S 36-IN. UNTE ARABLE SURRAH-$3.00 In plaids of dark shades, green, brown, blue and ,wine. Pleasing combination of colors. 36-IN. PLAID SKIRTING SlLKS-$3.50 Wo show a very strong range at this price. Swell patterns, rich colorings, good quality. 36-IN. PLAIDS AND STRIPES - $4.00 A dozen different designs and colorings. Heavy quality. A silk that will give satisfactory wear in skirts or blouses. 40-IN. CHARMEUSE SATIN - - $375 A beautiful material for dresses in rich shades of amethyst, purple, sand, wine, navy, green, taupe. 40-IN .METEOR CREPE----$3.95 A pure silk draping material that will make up dresses for very best occasions. Colors navy, nigger, sand, taupe, silver grey, salmon and black. 36-IN MONEY BACK TAFFETA-$4.00 Guaranteed absolutely untearable. Your money back if cracks or cuts. Shades brown, navy, green, copen, grey, purple and black. 36-IN. BLACK DUCHESS - - - $3.50 Wear guaranteed. Very lovely, soft rich finish. Swiss manufacture. 36-IN. BLUEBIRD TAFFETA - $2.00 This is a taffeta we can recommend for wear In shades of Reseda, copen, navy, rose, sky and white. 36-IN. SILK POPLINS-----$1.65 >,Tothing better to wear at the price. Big MMt-inent of shades. 36-IN. CREPE DE CHINE $1.50 Splendid value. Rich shades of rose, copen, flesh, maize, grey, burgundy, sky and white. VALUES WE ARE PROUD OF The Sweater Coats REAL WOOL GARMENTS THAT KEEP THEIR APPEARANCE. WOMEN'S SWEATER COATS - $7.50 Plain ribbed wool; coats with wide belt, blue, green and brown bodies, with contrasting color collars. WOMENjS PURE WOOL SWEATERS AT..............$9.50 Plain ribbed or brushed with long girdle. Colors green, blue, brown and purple. WOMEN'S PURE WOOL SWEATERS AT..............$11.50 A big range of shades in this price, plain or brushed wool styles with cape collars. WOMEN'S EXTRA WOOL SWEATERS ; AT..............$13,50 Beautiful heavy ribbed coats with brushed wool collar and cuffs,'wide girdle, shades green, rose, purple, brown and blue. MEN'S SWEATERS AT $5.00-$12.00 Extra values, big assortment of styles and colors. * MEN'S WOOL JERSEY PULLOVERS AT .......$5.00 fine for .wearing' under  In grey and navy, a coat. * BOYS' HEAVY SWEATERS AT $1.75 UP TO - - -.....- $5.00 Medium and heavy rib. Colors tan, grey, blua and dark red. CHILDREN'S FINE JERSEY'S AND PULLOVERS, UP FROM - - - $1.25 Cardinal, grey, tan, brown, navy, green and white. All sizes from 20 to 32. LITTLE BOYS' KNITTED SUITS-$4.75 Coat, pants and cap. Colors grey, brown and dark red, at per suit, $4.75. PSON CO LIMITED ;