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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1918 THE Lf'TH BRIDGE DA1T.Y TiF.RAr.!> fficial Statement Explains Operations in Palestine Otimvfi. Sept. 20.--The following �iinmnry (lo.illiiK Willi the operations ii llio eastern hhentro, compiled by !io minister of Information under I lie nitlicitlty of llio wnr cabinet, has been 'oeclvcd by tin* director or public In-(ii'mnUim here: Thi' Mrilhi'li detachment wnn Rent to tuUd mi tliu urgent appeal of (In- In*-militants with a view to stiffening heir defense against the Turku mid �assu To Rent arehouse AT PRESENT OCCUPIED BY! E. A. SHARMAN COMPANY APPLY TO Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. (lorhiunti mill saving tlifi Caspian shipping of Unkii oil. II was known the expedition whii hazardous, since tho Arnninlan national council had made peace with thi! Turku, lmt It was hop-oj tho Armenian people, numbering 80,000, would offer a Htout re,nlHtiiiico to their persecutor unci If ho tho strategical gain wnr. hold to Justify the rlHk. The ISolshevlkl government wan overthrown and n now ono not up which Imaged for lirltl.ih asHlstiiiice. Hut tho number of troops sent, was llmlfnd by tho illlllriilt line of communication. To secure this small force, im Iodine aoruo 10,i)00 Russian-Armenians on the spot. It was obvloim that local .co-operation was necessary. The Contro-CasplRn government appeared to think no further offort was necessary aftor tho arrival of tho British detachment and the Armenian troops proved quite iinrellahlo In action. On Auk. 2(1, a determined Turkish attack was bonteri Off by North Slnf-ford and Worcester battalion and a second attack on another unction wan alBO repulsed, lly tho end of August It was recognized that fho co-opera-lion of the local government was in-suftlclont to Justify llio sacrifice ut our Htnall detachment at llaku in the fact! of superior numbers on tho Unci of communication. Orders wuro issued to evacuate the Ilrltlsh troops. Tho stiree day, the, TnrkH again attacked and our allied again failed to co-operate r.o that the Hoynl Warwlcklhlrn regiment had to cover the retreat of tin- Armenians and Russians and it Is feared lost heavily. On Sept. 20. the Russian (Iniiornl lllchalakov occuplcl I'etrnusk und promised to send rcinlorromonls lo llalui. The first small detachment actually arrived on Hept. !i. The Iiromises of reinforcement..; and ihe comparatlvo onomy inactivity tended to Improve tho morale, of the allies, but meanwhile tlin Armenians wove negotiating lo hand over the town to the, enemy. The Meet thereupon trained lis guns upon tho Armenian rinar-ter. On Sept. 21. the Turks made a determined attack and after a battle of Hi hours, chiefly borne by the British, our forces evacuated llaku The Itliusiaus, by now disgusted with the feeble and untrustworthy behavior of tlie Armenians, contemplated disposing tho government and assuming con-frol In conjunction with the Ornish. (!cit. DuiiHlervlllo reports (lint evacuation ol his force, the Russians probably helping him with (lie necessary shipping, realizing that further resistance was useless. In trans-('unpin the Holshcviki advances have come to a standstill owing to the assistance of the tlritlsli troops. Recent events in Russia reveal Ilolshevlki tyranny as n desperate mania, threatening the stability of (he entire world civilization almost an ominously as (lermau ambitions, unless it Is promptly and definitely cm-lied by the allieil forces of democracy throughout the world. 'AGE NINE . -.....------Li. Gems from a Brilliant PATHE List for; October Poptlfar Voruf Record* Keep Your Head Down, Fritzie Boy Arthur Field* 20423 90c. I Uncle Sammy Arthur Field* 204241Bul' Afler tl>e BaH Was �ver nn \ , - Louis Winsch yUc. ^Oui, Oui, Marie Arthur Fields 20425(1 Wondar Whot They're DoingTo-Ni�ht nn { Loui� Winsch �UC. ! Mandy nnd Me Campbell &. Burr IWhcn We Meet In The Sweet Bye and Bye Sterling Trio Mammy's Choc'late Soldier *,-,�t  Lois Fairman I.atett Panco Recordo > /Smile* (Fox Trot) 52 � - American Republic Band 90c. Dream True (Waltz) Pathe' Dance Orchestra Standard Vocal Record* ' 25018(God Be With Our Boys To-Night �1 4ft) r. ..�. . Craig Campbell $ 1 JOi {Roses of Picardy Craig CampbeU 1 20418 C^ne House of Memories 90c. \l'm Wearing Aw a' Inolrumontal Soloi and Noveltiti William Simmons William Simmons 20421 90c. 20420 90c Al Fresco (Saxophone Solo) Duone Sawyer La Seduction (Saxophone Solo) Duane Sawyer [Maxurka De Concert (Accordion Solo) Joseph Poppino Faust Waltz (Accordion Duet) Pcppino and Perry BmnJ und Otchmttta Record* Marche SUv* A- Metropolitan Opera House Orchestra Jewels or the Madonna . Metropolitan Opera House Orchestra The Elks'March . American Regimental Band The Cruiser Harvard March American Regimental Band ForyWI CatmhgU4 tuh one of Iho dtmUrt lUltd, or writ* din^ t, Tin Pathe Fruu PhomocmapmCo. or Canada, u.^ 4-$-$ CUIfor* Sir:! . TORONTO. Ont. Mmiml Office: 11104 K^t ._ Path*' R��ord� ar� Sold by I--- ---� 59059 20419 90c HUDSON'S BAY CO. LETHBRIDGE RnMmbw-any disc machtna can ba acinlppad \� �ley Path*' racorda at a nominal cuiU y Gooa ttrritvry pfitn to Uvo dtalom tB m REPORT PROGRESS FERNIE TROUBLE iMiintiirer Wilson, Howt-vcr, Kc-fusvs to Attend Conferenre Now in ScHsion Calgary. Sept. 2�.--V'hlli> no si.i|].�-i uii'iil has been reached lu the ('rows' N'e'M mine troubles, (he officials report progress. W. 1!. Wilson, manager of (he mines, has left (lie city, having refused to meet representatives of the men and the conference continues with William Sloan, minister of nilucv for llridsli Columbia, and Commissioner of Mines Annulrorig and As-, uistnnt ('niniiiissioner Harrison. According (o (he evidence which has been produced by the nilno of.'!-c.ais. the mlncr-1 have Justified their stand as belnc fair. The evidence show that both Ternle and Mlrhol miners In (be early pari of the year and again later In .lune asked for the single shift and at (he Inter iccMng nf the unions demanded the day he cut from eight to "lx hourH. The end el .lune the union refused 10 allow Its members to work anything but (he 1 lui;le shift and ordered any who: vere worlililR over to stiip. This affected the pump men. fan men, en Klni""-s aiid firemen. That Uiia ac-tiov .was tnke,ti without nolifyiiiK the company of any demands is Ihe statement of tin; company, which through this action, lost JZO.oftO In the period before luly 1, when tho men returned to work on tho double shl't. The company's agreement to the proposal' en cond'tlon that three men work In' a room was relocteil although tho 1 company points out that this would, have meant tho italninj,' of K0 per cent, of their demands. ' l.ator a mats moetltiR at both Ferule am' Michel oVeided to n�lt for a ' dooluion by October 1, altliinii;h at ; the time Mr. WilBoii, the munnRur,' was av.-ny from the mine. This wu� coniniunlcated to him and before the ; date, ii:'. Sept. 5, the union called a ' Blrllii". That thin was in direct con-travontion and a violation of their' airnnRcment with (he district officials Is tho rompr.ny's contention anil when (he director of mines for District \'o. IS called a conferotica at Vancouver, Mr. Wilson refused to, moot Ihe minera' representatives, le-13 tho work was reaumeil at 111I1109 In the interval. This was done anil Ihe representative of company still adheres to this atuml. As a result of bin Investigation, Mr. Sloan has nullified his willingness to ask legislation providing nn amemi-tnont to the mining law of (hat prov-Inee providing tor a single shift or the closing down of No. 1 nilno at Coal CroeU. uu-the not1 the WuHliillgton, Sept. 2il.-~Thern nro no ArtiericaiiH In the consulato at Moscow, which dlspa!idles coining by way of Unulon said was boHelged by Bol-shovlkl forces, which doinand the nur-rmiilor of Drltlsh and b'rounli oriloors, who hnil taken retugo thuro. In leaving Moscow and placing tha consulate and American IntorostB under tho protection of N'orway, Consul-Ooimral I'oole look his staff with him. With tho exception of tho �rltlnh anil French officers probably tlio only persons In (ho conaulato are Norwegian officials. Tlio situation Is w*-tchoil hero with Interest bocauHo of tho posulblllty that the Iloltihovlkl may embroil theniselvea with Uin Norwe glivn government. (Ireat llrltain ami Franco virtually have proclaimed the Holaheviki to be outlaws and America has asked all govonimuntB, Including neutrals, to whleh It has diplomats accredited lo take nctlou agaluiit tho reign of terror lu Russia. Ifitornal rovenuo operatives at Ru-ttlv, solzed 14UU tiuartH.of whltikoy, valued at )14,000, UontlORKois' pricuu, ih�i> say, on 11 sleammlp arriving from Han Kranclsco. Tho uhlpiuonts con- i alateil of GO Imkss) labelled "drtod up-^lej." Featured at Clarke's Big Store for Friday-Saturday Selling At no other time in the history of this city has there been offered such a variety of choice in fresh newstocks of dry goods, millinery, furs and outer and under garments as are here presented for your judgment anclapproval -�crisp, new merchandise, bought at the lowest possible figures, superior in quality and style to any yomwill see outside the larger cities and priced to meet all competition. MAKE IT A POINT TO VISIT THIS STORE TOMORROW AND SATURDAY WHETHER YOU ARE INTENDING TO PURCHASE OR NOT Our Ready-to-Wear Section has Attracted Women of Most Particular and Exacting Taste And we are safe in saying that never before have the womon of this city been Uiven tlio opportunity to buy ouch lovely garments from such splendid variety of choice as we present for your approval thin Friday and Saturday. SUITS. COATS, SKIRT8, DRESSES. WAISTS. UNDERSKIRTS, KIMONAS ITC. IN A MOST COMPREHENSIVE VARIETY OF STYUE3, EVERY ONE CONFINED EXCLUSIVELY TO THIS STORE FOR LETHBRIDGE AND PRIC ED LOWER THAN IN THE LARGER CITIES. fecial Serge Suits Slilene. i I .:1c-! Ill snfgc. ; na\ y, hn-v. ,1 and taupi - $35.00 I lest shades '. sizes )i; !o Beautihil Serge Suits $45.00 to $50.00 ;;u::ill, regular and extra huge �izi anil famy figured .-HU m splendid variety. vi'V Strom; and duralile Girls' Coats, $15.00-$17.50 .nee' l>!-;iiil.l ii *!'>"! \ beautiful. hand liii.'s ill" i ' ulers inanvi fiervicenble k. l!imf.-h' : . grey, rosi. >kirt just a special Sizes * to 1 1 yeai s. very ciylen for tie- llttl" ini-r ill v. arm pure wool clo'h and \ ariety ol ch'-n � Beautiful Novelty Coats $45.00 to $100.00 Shown mostly in velours in brnwii. taupe, tan. Mil'-. Kreoii, buri;iituiy, "tc , plain phHi "i- fur trlmnied. Special Coat Value - - $35.00 Heavy Chinchilla In ImrRiinily and brown and pure wool tweeds in brown and ifreen mlviiirc*. ladle;-' �lze� up to 41, nelllm; at lunf year's prices. More New Trimmed Hats JU3T TO HAND BY EXPWE3S/ $10.00 to $20.00 ' Another shipment of these famoiiM Kronch i>atlernttiuit fiKUies. llie-t quality coii'il and cambric In white or fie: h as well as inanv rich brocade etie, in. I'rlc.-d a' $3.00 to $8.50 We have an experienced cor net lore who will lit you ul�h the model lust Milled to your f ii;ure. FEATURING MANY NEW STYLES THAT YOU HAVE NOT SEEN BEFORE. The one thinQ about a fur that you should give particular attention ic to know that it n exactly a* represented to be. Thii la tha ono thing that we are most particular about-when telling fun nnd the information given io backed up by our absolute guarantee of aatlafac- tion. MANY NEW SETS HAVE JUST COME TO HAND THIS WEEK, MAKING UP A COMPLETE STOCK OF MATCHED SETS IN DEAVER. SABLE, FOX. WOLF. ETC.. THE LIKE OF WHICH HAS NOT BEEN SEEN IN LETHBRIDGE BEFORE. Beaver Sets, $150.00 to.....- $160.00 Sable Sets - - - $140.00 Red Fox Sets, $50.00 to.....$137.50 Natural Wolf Sets, $67.50 to - - $85.00 Girls' Wolf Sets, $25. to........$32.50 White Sable Sets, $57.50 Finest Ermine Sets, $150 Black Fox Sets, $100 to.....$150.00 Iceland Fox Sets, $45.00 Children's Sets, $7.50 to......$18.00 ''it-^ \ 1 U^i SPECIAL-First Grade Ontario Rat Coat - - $132.50 This is undoubtedly (lu- finest coat on the market this season for the money, r.n Inches lorn;, mi Inch sweep, very full furred skin*, rich dark brown, beautifully mulched, sizes up to 11. Special SPec^ Special Special Diaper Cloth - - - - 45c Splendid soft ftni.-l.. birds, eye cloth, 27 Inches vide, excellent aluo at the prhc Kimona Velour - - - 50c Very scarce Roods at any price, Rood heavy weight cloth, 2S inches wide in colors hello, cadet, rose, Kiev, fawn. Embroidery Cotton - 45c Splendid Galatea - - 50c 42 inches wide, very soft purn finish, selling at the same pricu as a year ago. Wide variety of chotca ita to color* and jiattorna, r�ry heavy wc-irht cloth, guaraato*d Um. colors. Silk and Dress Goods in Most Attractive Display At Prices Away Below Present Values These lines were bought while our buyer was in the East, where many things were secured al prices away below present worth and in addition to this many novelty lines were secured that other stores are not able to show. NOVELTY SILKS........$3.50 FIGURED CREPE DE CHINE - - $3.00 Iteaulifill rich stripes navy, Copenhagen, bison, ami plaids In (nupes. plum, ttreen, etc. Cream Krounil with embroidered tlKure In aulf or old rose, very rich f(lr waists and evening dresses and very hard to not. NOVELTY CORDED SILKS - - $4.00 FINE WOOL POPLIN -.....$2.50 Stripes and checks in very a (itliility sold In many r.toroa at laiipo, blue, ;;reeu. pluin. brown rich elfeetii and in fi o0 yard. Colors etc. Lovely line i|itallty cloth In colors cadet, brown, wine, (uupe, ;!X inches wiiio, Just (he right weight for miiHrtcal ilre�m-.4. Beautiful Styles in Dainty New Neckwear Just to Hand This Week by Express Collars nf georgette, aatin, pl