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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN Tftfi LETHBRIDGP. THURSDAY. SfePTEMBER 19.19,18 60YIREED A BEAR AND THEN SHOT II Aiagrath Lad a Good Marksman Injuries to Masrrath Sol-asttirinE his sheep. Mr. "Bra^show eays the bears have been bothering quite bad this summer and have taken R large' number of his sheep.' None of Shem hare been captured until the other day. Mr. Bradabaw's son Evans, Rge 15'years, succeeded in bringing � big fellow to the ground. Evans was ^out ivith the sheep when along came Mr. Black Bear. The first shot hit him in:the shoulder and the old bear .climbed" a tree, Evans w^as more in-t^reate VfoTJi reached here, thlB wefflc ^'of l�rlvate Arthur Robertson, who has been .wounded in France. St was shot tn the hand, arm and chest. Private flobertson resided here vrtth his parents for some rears and he, along with four brothers, joined the colors at the beginning of the war. they have all done excotjent work and havte been on active Service the greatest; part of their tlmfe. The parents of these brave boys now roetde in Lethbridge. Mr. and Mrs. Berg Elllngson and faimily were 'Visitors in 'town last week. Miss Lauia. Ririe entertained a num-, ber of her friends at her home on Wednesday afternoon. A delightful time was enjoyed by all. Refreshments were served. AIlss Ride was assisted by har sister Hazel and Miss Gibb. .Mr.�. K, W. KarroR was hostess at n pleasant afternoon spent at her home on Friday. lu the very near future tlio Magrath word choir under the loadei-ablp of J. O. Bridge, will give a musical program consisting ot "Au Evening With Professor E^�a.n Stephens." They will sing Prof. Stephens' antheui.g nicely after bis operation. A number ot Magratli people motored" to'Raymond on Friday to attend the funeral services of Mr. Cox. The Red Cross wish to ackno-^iedge with thfinks thlh receipt of $43.60 from the primary association and ?2a from the Ladies' Aid, the amount received from the day's sev.-ing lunch in the Red Cross rooms. The rooms were in charge of Mesdames Cope and Cole-! man on Saturday 14th. The neat sum ! of fi-t.aO was the amount cleared, i These ladies now have the honor of clearing the Argest amount in one afternoon's sewing. VATICAN SAYS Roma, Sept. 19.-In a long article, which is taken as reflecting the views ot "Vlitlcnn officials, if not the pope himself, the Corriere D'ltalia, the semi-official grgnn ot the Vatican, declares that '.\ustrin should bo more explicit in her decl.iratiOBs. "The old subterfuges that the note undoubtedly carries show the desperate need of peace," the article says. "There is no need for secret conferences when President Wilson and others already have set forth the al-, lied conditions. There is no doubt that the note was inspired ,by Berlin, With the cannon of Hindenburg unsuccessful we will now 'see a return to the subtleties ot diplomacy. The note is equivalent to a confession of mill-lapy weakness. It is a sign that the fatal hour has begun for them when they must submit to the allies' peace. "In the year �^ 191b', they were offered peace, now they ask it, but in what spirit do they ask peace?" REDUCE PRICE OF WHEAT IN FRANCE OVER MILION PELTS TOBESOLOATN.Y. Xew 'i'ork, Sept. 19.-More than 1,-250,000 pelts valued at $3,000,000 on show here today will be sold at the annual fall auction of raw furs, beginning next Monday. Several thousand are Gferinan-owned and will be sold for the accoiunt of A. Mitchell Palmer, Alien property custodian. While there is na scarcity of fox, martefi, lynx and other fancy furs, there is a shortage of the so-called staple furs, including raccoon, skunk and tiiuskrat. Record high prices are exx>ected. Paris, Sept. 19.-The government lias fixed prices for wheat and other cereals from the 1919 harvest, all showing a slight reduction from the ISUS rates. Wheat is reduced two francs (about 40 cents under normal exchange rates') to 74 francs for 100 kilograms, (a kilogram it 2.20 pounds). The other prices are: Barley, maize, rye, buckwheat, and oats, 53 francs for 100 kilograms: mixed wheat and rye, fiO; while millet, 73; red millet, 48 and beans, 66, 'V'ictor Boret, minister of provisions, declared in announcing the prices, that the reductions had been made in order to show that the increase of prices had attained their maximum during 1918. Price fixing had been an important factor, he said, in increasing the areas of production and that henceforth they would be reduced gradually imtil a normal situation is re-established. CARDINAL PAm-EY DIES IN NEW YORK HOME i " ilarmaroneck, N.Y., Sept. 17.-Car-r dlBal. John>M. Fartey,^ archbishop of New �york, died at his country home here tonight. The aged prelate had been sinking rapidly since he suffered a relapse last Saturday, following partial recovery from an attack of pneu-monhi. - yPSETT GOES TO Cartca^s litUeliiver Pills For Constipation TheCiKat Vegetable Remedy Pats Yon Right Over Night 'SmIII SbmII I ____1 Dow SmaU Pric* --wwcb wtu be gMtiy helped b^MMTter slronPills High GracJe American Dentistry, Efficient and Modern THE only feature of our , ^practice which might be classed as ancient la our old fashioned honesty oi pur-. . pose and-old time courtesy toward, our patients. On the point of appliances, materials and our application of the latest discoveries Jn modem dentistry, we may be salS to keep "abreast of the times." Different also to tfie old time nerve racking methods of dentistry are our painless methods known and appreciated by every patient who baa come under our care. � Dentisby As We Practise It Is a .Gentle Art Drs. Bruner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 '' Ott BIk., 4 Doors from Lethbridi;e Hotel, , . , LETJIBfllDOe. ALBERTA CALQARY OFFIOC-YieA EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRI8TALL BLOCK. Calgary. Sept. IS.-The Herald publishes the following special dispatch from Ottawa: it is stated in military circles, although as yet not officially confirmed, that General L. J. Lipsett, of �R''innipeg, commander of the Third Canadian " Bivision, has been transferred to the Imperial army and made a corps commander. General- Loomis -has 'been promoted to succeed him -and Lieut.-Col. Eric McCuaig, commander of the I3th C. B.F. Battalion, has beea promoted\to be a brigadier-general, succeeding General Loomia as brigade commander. .:-^:- p. '.yEADCRIIICIZK 'Vancouver, Sept. 19.-Lord Shaugh-neasy. preaidant of the Canadian Pacific Railway, and his party returned from a visit to Vancouver Island last night and. while expressifag himself as pleased with^a visit to the island, his lordship expressed himself very strongly with respect to the Canadian Northern extension from NItnat to Northern extension from Nitka to Sooke, now being prosecuted by the provincial government. "The laying of this line of railway at this time," he said, "is a piece of extravagance _ wtiicli is Inexcusable. It seems to be the old polioy of building unnecessary railway Ilnesi I call it an extravagant waste of money in, the construction ot a line that is not required at this time. The excuse I given is that it is needed to get out � airpla;ne spruce. I do not suppose my ; remarks will please the goyBrnment at all, but that is exactly TV*t I think of it." � His lordship had nothing further to jsay regarding his visit to 'Victoria. The party starts on the return trip tonight. White 'his lordship and tha other directors are merely op an inspection trip, one of the party. Dr. Allen Balne^, a physician and well known horticulturlBt, is gathering material I regarding the fruits and flowers of British Columbia for a book he is preparing on horticulture. INQUEST IN THE MOOSE JAW CRIME Moose J�w, Sept. 19,-The-coroner's inquest into the cause of the death of the five Bromley children, 'whom their father, WiUUm Bromler, con-feased to have killed, vHl re-Apen this afternoon in Broadtoot's undertftklng parlors at two o'clock. The evidence ot the police and the seigbbon is pro-takly all that wijl be taken. A new development,' which leads the police to believe the murder was premeditated by Bromley, took place today when the police found a new axe, which ha4 Reiver been used, lying on a dr?:�ar one of the upstair rooms. ......... --^ Pasrs to SIk^p 2^ Clafliip Stocks are now at the? j�gKwi departmcnt;oi this big store is brimmiiig over wiftv^tHechoipest merchandise of the season and^^ prices throughout arc Ipwer than they will be later on, and, by reason of the most advantageous purchases our buyer made while in the east, comparing favorably ^ in scores of cases with Ihose of one and two years ago. Many new lines of suits and'Coats, skirts and dresses, waists and neckwear, hosiery and gloves, corsets,and underwear, silks and dress goods, wash goods and staplcs,*iurs, miUinery, blankets, ifwcaters, etc., are specially featured here for tomorrow and Saturday at prices you will not match elsewhere. SPECIAL! RIBBED TOP SILK HOSE 1.25 Beautiful quality heavy silk boot with very elastic ribbed tops that are large enough for an O.S. size, shown In black and. white only, sizes to 10 Inches. SPECIAL! LADIES'UNION SUITS 75c Fine ribbed lisle suits, short sleeves or sleeveless, wide knee, low neck, good weight lor late summer and early fail. All ladies' sizes. SPECIAL! HEAVY BATH ROBES 5.00 A beautiful quality heavy velgur in nbvefty designs, light, medium and dark colors, finished with satin bands ^nd piping. Featuring ^'Goss-sard" FrontJace Corsets in Many Special Values A model here to suit every figure at a price to suit every purse. Front lace corsets are now the "only" corset to every woman who has once tried a "Gossard." They are the original front lacing /:orset and are far superior to all imitations tor excellence ot workmanship, perfection of designing and real value. Models for slender, regular and stout figures! NinM different shapes to fit all figures. $3,00 to $8,50 BEAUTIFUL OUTER GARMENTS AnRACTlVELY PRICED An exhibition of style and variety the like of which has not been shown in Lethbridge before and many prices feat- /jj ured for tomorrow as low as those of a yeai: ago. Serge and Cheviot Suits- $35.00 to .... $49.50 ''"dSh Vekur Coats, ,50.00 to....167.50 jgSSS^i*^^ Handsomest Fur Trimmed Vdour Coat�^ STSMto ... $100.00 Special Coat Sale, plain colors and tweeds-$35.00 Fur Trimmed Suits, many styles and colors- $75.00 to ... $100.00 Silk Petticoats, plain and fancy- -$6.50 to . .......$8.50 Silk and Serge Dresses, in lovely styles-$20.0q,to .... $45.00 Silk Top Skirts, plain and fancy- $I0.00to ...... $25.00 Top Skirts of Plain Serge etc.-^ $11.50 to........... $22.50 Beautiful Novelty Cloth Top Skirb $15.00 to........... $27.50 Crepe and Silk Kimonas in big variety-$3.00 to ... $15.00 HeaVy Velowr Kimonas, light and dark colors-$5.00 to .. $10.00 ""Wool Sweaters in great vwieh'- $6.50 to............$17.50 } m. An Elaborate Showing of Most Dependable 1 SUP 83 . Featuring by far the best values ' yoli will see this ^\ season. . ~ Natural Wolf Set's for young ladles' .wear. *%n ?25.00 to ....................................... oL%Sv Natural Wolf Sets In full ladies sizes. Special-, QO CA $67.50 to.......................................... Red Fox Sets in young ladies' sizes, very special, qq Finest Red Fox Sets, in full ladies' sizes...........'.........................i ... Black Wolf Sets, large muff and. stole. ^5.00 to .............................. Black Fox Sets, beautiful quality. 1100.00 to................................. Finest Hudson Seal and Sable Trimmed Set ...........................r.............. Finest Sablp Set, new shape stole and muff......................................... i'lnest Beaver Sets, beautiful new styles. $140.00 to ............................/......, Natural Badger and Light Sable Sets. $50.00 and .........1.................'...... Special Rat Coat, beautiful dark skins, 60 inches "I 40 CA long, 80 Inch sweep. Worth $160.00................ luA��lv 137.50 100.00 150.00 140.00 140.00 160.00 67.50 SPECIAL! HEAVY SILK HOSE s 1.00 Selling at the same price as the same quality has sold (or the past two years. Colors 'black, white, tans, brown, grey, palm beach and blue or pink striped', boot. ' i ii^I HABUTAI SILK 1.25 Beau.tiful quality for waists, underwear, children's wear, etc. 36 In. Colors maize, flesh, white, old rose, sky, paddy,. Alice Mtt*. Beautiful Novelty Plaids, exclusive n gA wltk tbls store....................v. ��0V Silk and Wool Crepe, all light shades, f AA red Shantung Silk, St Inch, skx. 1 7C flesh, maize, white................... l.fu Special Poplin Silk, all light and 171! dark color*.......................... 1.1 O S4 inch Serge, special value, colors O biircuady, plum anjl l^ack. .......a.I tf Heavy Covert Cloth, two splendid sbadea, 64 inch..... ............... Dress Goods and Silks in Most Attractive Display PLAIN COLORS AND NOVELTY WEAVES tFEATURING MANY LINES THAT ARE CONFINED EXCLUSIVELY TO THIS STORE AND PRICES THAT WILL BE A SURPRISE TO WOMEN WHO HAVE LOOKED ELSEWHERE FIRST, AND.CAN FULLY APPRE-'CIATE THE EXCEPTIONAL VALUES OF.FE'RED. 3.50 5.00 4.00 Finest Wool Poplin, all ne.w dark shades.................---- beautiful Pure Wool Suitings, plain A Cfk and "fancy, $4.00 to............ 4.UU - Finest 'Kiiors Serge, navy only. -54 inch.........................vr;. Finest Crepe de ChIne;"Till light and 1 7C dark colors.......................... 1.10 Black DuchpsB Silks,-36 inch, many A aa grades at $2.00 to ............. *.wU BUck Peau de Soie, .heavy weight. J aa 36 Inch. $3.00 to .......i............ *.V,U Finest Silk and Wool Poplin. 36 inch. Lovely rich' shades........ Beautiful Novelty Silks, checks, J a a plaids and stripes. $2.60 to........... *t�VV dlLARKE & CO. LOVELY NAINSOOK 35c Very fine quality pure finish cloth, soft and free from dressing, 34 inches wide, selling' at last year's price and worth now 60c. The New Waists Are Most Attractive Fresh new shipments just to hand this week by express niake this display of waists the finest and most complete we have had to show this season. Beautiful georgettes, crepe de chine, plain and striped silks, voiles, etc., including a raTige of styles and colors to suit almost any taste. VoaeWaiiti- $3.00 to .... $6.0fli^^ Wash Silk WaUtt^ * $6.00 to......$8.00 Georgette Waists- .$7.00 to ... $11.50 Crepe de Chine Waisto- $6.5pto./.\ $11.50 61^ Third Av^. South Liithbridge - - ^ Alberta �'�'.'n: ......  . ,..-..., 3.50 90 ;