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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1916 THE USTHDHIDGE DAILY HERALD SIX DAYMAKE-ROOM SALE Tvino- opportunity to a big stock of Men's and very low fig-; we iStit S must make room for the double shipments coming in these days. As a result wo arc for the next ten days on our entire NEW FALL STOCK OF CLOTHING Men ami V7s bought the goods mVay down and have marked them at the biggest wilfho possible for yon to secure this fall and winter. Here is a list-come ami seo the rest lor MEN'S SUITS yoursoli. We have the most complete sloclv of men's suits in town and these prices should clear them to the last. Blue Sei'o-c. Eoffiilar S25.00. Sale Price. Dark Gray Worsted. Eegular Sale Price............- Brown Tweed. Eegular Sale Dark Grav. Regular Sale Dark Brown. Eegular Sale A 1'ew Workmen's Suits BOY'S SUITS Blue Serge. Norfolk Style. .Regular Sale Price Corduroy Suits. Beg. 511.00. Dark Grey. Reg. -S8.00......., EXTRA SPECIAL Dark gray suits in all sizes. Worth 89.00 anywhere. Sale Price.. BOYS' MACKINAW8 The finest in the city. Sale Price 'BOYS' CAPS A new fall shipment just in. Sale Price......----'. 45c MEN'S HEAVY STRONG WORK SHOES Wd'rth today. Sale MEN'S TOP SHIRTS "All Sizes. Worth Sale 59C A RE At SALE OF TRUNKS AND VALISES Ee'-ular Leather Suit. Case. Sale Price Sale Price Extra Special MEN'S FLEECE LINKED TJXDEKWEAB Penman's make. Sells anywhere at 65c. Today Sale Price.. 45c MEN'S AVOOL UNDERWEAR Eeal good wear. Sale Price 95c BOYS' JERSEYS Sale MEN'S CAPS Fur lined 49c BUSTER BROWN STOCKINGS BOYS' FLEECE COMBJNA- Sale Price............... 19c TIONS Sale 85c LITTLE DARLING PURE (DASHMERE STOCKINGS BOYS' FLEECE LINED TWO- AU coiovs. Sale Price 25c PIECE UNDERWEAR Sale Price............. 39c MEN'S OR LADIES' SANDAL N MERCANTMCO Dr.rt.iA "ITOJ. Flume 1724 RUBBERS Sale Price.......... BUY A PAIR YOU ARE SAVING MON 35c i EY. BOYS' STRONG SCHOOL SHOES Sale Price Where Your Doll ar Does Its Duty Buffalo ts abolishing slum districts. St. Louis, Mo., is urged to spend for new schools. Kansas City .has sold tons of hay. to the British army. Margaret Foster, of Cincinnati, pre- pares meals at 5 cents each. Menu: Stewed peaches, mush and milk toast and oleo, occasional beef stew, rice, bread, vegetables. NOW IT'S A FOUR LEGGED RACE (CONTI-VOED FKOil P-AGE) A gymklana was held at Eastbourne, Bug., in aid of the recreation funds Of Convalescent Military Hospital. There were various ineludlig'a four legged race which was one leg more than usual to 'most of the Canadians present. Bread It cheapest food known. Home bread baking reduces the high cost of living by lessen- Ing the amount of expert- slve meats required to supply the necessary nourishment to the body. MWM ItW.GiUCTT OOMMNT UMIIH) stated that intervention by neutrals at this stage would be a triumph for Germany, and remarked with Impres- sive emphasis that if we were at lib- ertv to do so he 'could teU the hon- ora'nto member how timely the inter- view was in its appearance.' It ex- pressed the views of the cabinet, war committee, our military advisers, and everyone ot our allies: ;Jthe pacifist point of view Mr. Lloyd George could mderstand. What lie could not un- derstand was that men who profess to oelieve in war and sympathize with its objects, and who were silent when the enemy was in ascendancy, should now, when military fortunes are changed, begin to howl with the en- emy for peace. These burning sen- tences, deliverc-J with energy and scorn, drew a storm of approving cheers." No Time for Wavering "This is no time for faltering coun- sel 'of wavering said Pre- mier Asqulth in addressing the house. "This war cannot be allowed to end up in some patched up, precarious and dishonoring compromise masquerading under the name of peace. "No one desires to prolong for a single moment more than Is necessary the tragic spectacle of bloodshed and destruction, but we owe it to those who have given their lives that their supreme sacrifice shall not have been unavailing. "The ends of the allies are welt known. They been stated fre- quently. They are not selfish. They are. not vindictive, hut they reqmre adequate reparation for the past anu adequate security for the future. A Go., 210th Lieut-Col- onel Irving in command, has starlet, on a trek throughout the counties ol Renfrew and Lanark, until the end of November, to get inured to: active sen-ice conditions. John Skelton Williams, Controller of the Currency, urges the American Bankers' Association to "put souls in Ottawa, Oct. 10. The newly-ap- pointed directors of national service assembled in Ottawa today for a ference with Sir Thomas, tail, thej director-general, with a view to for-' mulatlng plane for carrying out the task entrusted to them by' the gov- ernment. In addition to the board of directors already announced there will be other men called into counsel to assist in dealing with special phases of the gen- eral problem. Two, who have already been called into consultation by Sir Thomas Tail, are Prof. Abbott, of the University of Toronto, and J. S. Brier- ly, of .Montreal. Tlie latter has been asked to report upon the problem 01 lelping out the labor scarcity by a more general estimate of women work The first stcjs of the directors wil be to diagnose what is wrong or. In adequate now, to secure statistics a to available men and women power either for military or Industrial pur- poses, and to adjust the available sup- ply to the respective national needs. If" moral suasion and better directed and better co-ordinated efforts will not produce the results aimed at, then the government may be appealed to for some further action looking towards some form of compulsory, service. ABOUT ASQU1TH (From "Letters to the Antipodes' by J.E. When Asquith said lightly the day after the Irish debate that he did not know who might be prime minister next session, the rumor went round that he was going to throw up in final weariness at his thankless task. Noth- ing would be less like him or I am thankful to say. less likely; but it ,s no bad thing that there should be a mild panic on that subject. Instead of taking him for granted, we may then begin to understand what he is :ic tually doing for us. That may be dif ficult to 'measure at your end of the world, but I tell you that for vast numbers of us in this country it is a constant relief to be able to turn from the flighttness of other politicians to Asqulth's extraordinary patience and steadiness, and his unruffled accept- ance of all the smaller annoyances that go with his: position. No man could be a successful leader of a coali- tion who is not prepared to accept composedly the buffets of ali parties in turn, and even o! all simultaneous- ly who does not keep his eye steadily on one major issue and, in spitu of outcries from partizans. scrap every- thing that conflicts with it. Asqulth never complains, never boasts, never defends himself- "and without claim- ing an ounce of credit for anything that goes right, accepts the whole burden of everything that goes wrong-. His industry is immense and all day he is applying himself to the residium of stubborn questions that other peo- ple are unable to settle, and which can only be settled by his suasion and personal influence. I'don't want tc1 deprecate the contribution of any oth- er public man, but the country would be extraordinarily ungrateful If it did not realize what his part hat been and the immense debt It owes to him for carrying It unscathed through these portentous two years; No man cares less for what .is said about him. but for that very reason his friends are under a special obligation'to defend him from ungenerous and unjuBt at- Thomas Conltn, New, Kensington, Pa., laborer, has fallen heir to 000. ;-v. Mrs. Joseph Pietroziellp, of Brook- lyn, has Just given birth to her thir- teenth son. MOTOR CYCLES IN WAR .Motor cycles may supplant cavalry in war. Compared with cavalry move- ments the motor cycle has done things, an American exchange .says, which seem Incredible: "On Memorial Day a report was received at .Fort Bliss of a bandit ;raitl fiftv'ifour miles aw. Exactly two the motor cycle company was on the spot. A few weeks later 'raid report- ed eighteen miles fiom fat Kin. The motor cycle coplsw.. itaehed place in thirty The flrit trip would have ta -en a troop of cav- alry two days an! ,Ui_e f THE HOME OF "THE VICTROLA" The Vietrola delighU both old, young, and provides entertainment for every occasion. If you have no Vietrola, come to and get small payment takss any Vietrola you may wish' to own to your home today. No what price you pay, you will marvel at Its rich, full, mellow tone and how accurately It reproduce! all vocal an-i Instrumental sound. We carry Vlo trolM In all itylet of Records to plsy and enjoy. L Mason Risch, Limited BALMORAL BLOCK LETIIBRIDGi: ;