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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1918 THE LETH BRIDGE DATT.Y TIER Ail* ."" ^ 'AGE NINE ff icial Statement Explains Operations in Palestine Ottawa, Sept 26.--The following ummary dealing with tho operations n the eastern tiheatro, compiled by ho minister, of Information under the uthority of the war cabinet,'has been oceived by the director of public in-ormatlon here: Tho Uritts'li detachment wad sent to Juku ou tho urgent appeal ot the lri-labltants wltli a view to stiffening iieii" defense against the Turks and To Rent Warehouse AT PRESENT OCCUPIED BY E. A. SHARMAN COMPANY APPLY TO Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. Germans and saving the Caspian shipping of Baku oil. It was known the expedition was hazardous t since the Armenian national council had made peace with tho Turks,"but It was hoped the Armenian people, numbering 80,000, would offer a stout resistance to their persecutor and If so the strategical gain was held to justify the risk. The Bolshevlkl government was overthrown and a new one set up which bogged' for British assistance. But tho number of troops sent was limited by the difficult line of communication, To secure this small force, including some 10,000 Russian-Armenians on the spot, It was obvious that local .co-operation was necessary. The Oentro-CaBpian government appeared to think do further effort was necessary after the Hrrlyal 6t tho British detachment and the Armenian troops proved quite unreliable In action. On Aug. 26, a determined Turkish attack was beaten off by North Stafford and Worcester battalion and a second attack on another section was also repulsed. By the end of August It was recognized that the co-operation of the local government was insufficient to justify the sacrifice of our small detach man t at Baku in the face of superior numbers on the linea of communication. Orders were Issued to evacuate the Gems from a Brilliant PATHE �V-'. . List fori October Popular Vocal Record* onAot [K��P Your Head Down, Fritxie Boy on i Arthur Field. 3UC. 1 Uncle Sammy Arthur Fields onA->+ (But� After the Ball Wob Over 2? 1__~ Louis Wituwh 9UC. lOui, Oui, Marie Arthur Fields 2042511 Wonder What They're Doing Te-Nifht on i Loui� Winsch 7UC. (Mandy and Me Campbell & Burr . /When We Meet In The Sweet Bye and f 20426] Bye Sterling Trio 90c. I Mammy's Choc'late Soldier *ew# \ s Lois Fainnan Latett Dance Record* �* (Smiles (Fox Trot) 20428 American Republic Band 90c. Dream True (Waltz) * v Pathe' Dance Orchestra Standard Vocal Record* f 9Cnl _ fGod Be With Our Boys To-Night (tlloL � . ^ CraurCampbell ? I di* (Roses of Picardy Craig Campbell 2041g|The House of Memories William Simmons William Simmons 90C ll'm Wearing Awa' ln*trum*ntal Solo* and Noveltie* , TAJ Fresco (Saxophone Solo) 20421 Duane Sawyer 90c. La Seduccion (Saxophone Solo) V Duane Sawyer /'Mazurka De Concert (Accordion Solo) ' 20420 Joseph Pappino 90c Faust Waltz (Accordion Duet) I ^ Peppino and Perry Band and Orehettra Record* Marche Slave  � *;. 20419 , 90c mwmv �raw�w m| Metropolitan Opera House Orehectra f Jewels of the Madonna I! . Metropolitan Opera House Orchestra The Elks' March American Regimental Band The Cruiser Harvard March American Regimental Band ! Forftdl Catmhgu* ash one tf th* d*al*n lUUi, *r wriii dire^ /a - TA Pathe Frues Phohociaph Co. ofCanada, J ' . 4-*-t CWform Strttt . TORONTO, Ont. 1 V Mmtnal Office: 1004 Nm> Birkt BI4g. r 4- PatbV R*�orcl* arm Sold by _^ HUDSON'S BAY CO. LETHBRIDGE Remember-any disc machine can be etiulppeeY ta piey Paths' record* at a nominal cost* ,/." y , Gooa urritoty open to Uv* dtaitm *S British troops, Tho same day, the Turks again attacked and our allies again failed to ^co-operate so that the Royal Warwickshire regiment had to cover the retreat of the Armenians and Russians and It is feared lost' heavily. On Bppt. 20, the Russian Oenoral Blchalakov occupied Petrousk and promised to send reinforcements to Baku. The first small detachment actually arrived on Sept. 9. The promlaes of reinforcements and th,e comparative enemy inactivity tended to Improve the morale of the allies, but meanwhile the Armenians were negotiating to hand over (lie town to the enemy. The fleet thereupon trained Its guns upon the Armenian quarter. On Sept. 21, the Turks made a determined attack and after a battle of 16 hours, chiefly borne by the British, our forces evacuated Baku. The Russians, by now disgusted with the feeble and untrustworthy behavior of the Armenians, contemplated disposing tho government and assuming control in conjunction with the British. Gen. Dunstervllle reports that evacuation of his forco, the Russians probably helping him with the necessary shipping, realizing that further resistance was useless. In trans-Caspia the Bolshevlki advances have come to a standstill o\y-tng to the assistance of the British troops. Recent events in Russia reveal Bolshevik! tyranny as a desperate mania, threatening the stability of the entire world civilization almost an ominously as German ambitions, unless it is promptly and definitely crushed by the allied forces of democracy throughout the world. REPORT PROGRESS Manager Wilson, However, Refuses to Attend Conference Now in Session Calgary, Sept. 28.-While no settlement has been reached in the Ctowb' Nest mine troubles, the officials report progress. W. U. Wilson, manager of the mines, has left the city, having refused to meet representatives of the men and the conference continues with William Sloan, minister of mines for British Columbia, and Commissioner of Mines Armstrong and Assistant Commissioner Harrison. . According to the evidence which has been produced by the mine officials, the miners have justified their stand as being fair. The evidence show that both Fernle and Michel miners In the early part of the year and again later in June asked for the single shift and at the later meeting of the unions demanded the day be cut from eight to six hours. The end of June the union refused .to tallow Its members to work anything toilt the single shift and ordered any who vere working over to stop. This affected the pump men, fan men, engineers and firemen.' That this action .was taken without notifying .the company of any demands is the statement of the company, which through this action, lost $20,000 in the period before "July 1, when the men returned to work on the double shift. The company's agreement to the proposal on condition that three men work in a room was rejected although the company points out that this would have meant the gaining of 80 per cent, of their demands. Later a mass meeting at both Fer-nle ant' Michel decided to ask for a decision by October 1, although at tho time Mr. Wilson,, the manager, was away from the mine. This was communicated to him and before the date, or. Sept. 6, the union called a strike. That this was in direct contravention and a violation of their arrangement with the district officials is the company's contention and when the director of mines for District. No. 18 called a conference- at Vancouver, Mr. Wilson refused to meet the miners' representatives, unless the work was resumed at the mines In the interval. This was not done and the representative of the company atill adheres to this stand, As a result of his (Investigation, Mr. Sloan'has signified his willingness to ask legislation providing an amendment to the mining law of that province providing for a single shift or the closing down of No. 1 mine at Coal Creek. MAY GET Washington, Sept. 26,-There aro no Americans in the consulate at Moscow, which dispatches coming by way of London said was beseiged by Bolshevlki forces, which demand the sur-render of British and French officers, who had taken refuge there. In leaving Moscow and placing the consulate and American Interests under the protection of Norway, Consul-General Poole took his staff with him. With the exception of the British and French officers probably the, only persons in the consulate are Norwegian officials. The situation is wstched here with Interest because of the possibility that the Bolshevlkl may embroil themselves with the Norwegian government. Great Britain and Prance virtually have proclaimed  the Bolsheviki to be outlaws and America has asked all governments, including neutrals, to which it has diplomats accredited to take action against the reign of terror In Russia. (Internal revenue operatives at Seattle seized 1400 quarts.ot whiskey, valued at $14,000, bootleggers' prices, they say, on a steamltfip arriving from San Francisco. The 'shipments consisted ot 60 boas* labelled "dried up-Bles." Wonderful NewStocksatSpecially Attractive Prices 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 and*approval -crisp, new merchandise bought at the lowest possible figures, superior in quality and style to any you�will 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 ,� r 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 women of this city been given the opportunity to buy such lovely garments from such splendid variety of choice as we present for your approval this Friday and Saturday. SUITS, COAT8, .SKIRT8, DRESSES, WAISTS, UNDER8KIRTS, KIMONAS, ETC., IN A MOST COMPREHENSIVE VARIETY OF STYLE8, EVERY ONE CONFINED EXCLUSIVELY TO THIS STORE FOR LETHBRIDGE AND PRICED LOWER THAN IN' THE LARGER CITIES. Silk Petticoats.....$6.50 ['lain poplin silk in all colors and fancy figured silk in splendid variety, very strong and durable. Girls' Coats, $15.00 - $17.50 Sizes 8 to 14 years, very sweet styles for the little miss ,in splendid warm pure wool cloth and a good variety of choice. Beautiful Novelty Coats $45.00 to $100.00 Shown mostly in velours in brown., taupe, tan, blue, green, burgundy, etc., plain plush or fur trimmed. Special Coat Value - - $35.00 Heavy Chinchilla in burgundy and brown and pure wool tweeds in brown and green mixtures, ladies' sizes up to 44, selling at last year's prices. Special Serge Suits - - $35.00 Splendid storm serge. Best shades of navy, brown and tuupe, sizes 16 to 20. Beautiful Serge Suits $45.00 to $60.00 Small, regular and extra large sizes In hlack, navy, grey, brown, etc. Beautiful Novelty Suits $60.00 to $100.00 Very handsome garments, just one of a kind, made of finest broadcloth, braid and fur trimmed. Brocade Moire Petticoats $3.50 A beautiful, serviceable skirt just to hand this week. Bought as a special in colors mauve, grey, rose. More New Trimmed Hats JUST TO HAND BY EXPR\E88/| $10.00 to $20.00 * Another shipment of* these famous French patterns, (together with a special lot of latest'] American pattern hats �will be ou display in our millinery section on Saturday-not Friday. This lot will contain some of the smartest and most exclusfVe models we have yet had to show and will be well worth a> special visit on Saturday. Look these over. I t Wonderfully Attractive Variety of Most Dependable Furs Gossard Corsets Still in the Lead for Graceful Lines and Proper^Fit. The original and still the only front lacing corset that meets the exacting needs of well dress-here now in a complete variety ed women everywhere. Shown of models to suit all' slight, medium and stout figures, finest quality coutil and cambric in white or flesh as Well as many rich brocade effects. Priced at $3.00 to $8.50 We have an experienced cor-setiere who will fit you with the model best suited to your figure. FEATURING MANY NEW STYLES THAT YOU HAVE NOT SEEN BEFORE. The one thing about a fur that you should give particular attention is to know that it Is exactly as represented to be. This Is the one thing that we are most particular about-when selling furs and the information given is backed up by our absolute guarantee of satisfaction. MANY NEW SETS HAVE JUST COME TO HAND THIS WEEK, MAKING UP A COMPLETE STOCK OF MATCHED SETS IN BEAVER, 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 SPECIAL-First Grade Ontario Rat Coat - - $132.50 This is undoubtedly the finest coat on the market this season for the money. 50 inches long, SO inch sweep, very full furred skins, rich dark brown, beautifully matched, sizes up to 44. Special Diaper Cloth - - - - 45c Splendid soft finish, birds, eye cloth, 27 inches wide, excellent value at the price. Special Kimona Velour - - - 50c Very scarce goods at any price, good heavy weight cloth, 28 inches wide in colors helio, cadet, rose, grey, fawn. Special Embroidery Cotton - 45c 42 inches wide, very soft pure finish, selling at the same price as a year ago. Special Splendid Galatea - - 50c Wide variety of otiotce as to colors and patterns, vary keavy weight cloth, guaranteed taat 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 at 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 Beautiful rich stripes and plaids in taupes, navy, Copenhagen,' bison, plum, green, etc. NOVELTY CORDED SILKS - - $4.00 FINE WOOL POPLIN FIGURED CREPE DE CHINE - - $3.00 Cream ground with embroidered figure in self or old rose, very rich fe>r waists- and evening dresses and very hard to get. - $2.50 StripeB and checks in very rich effectB and in a quality sold in many stores at $5.00 yard. Colors taupe, blue, green, plum, brown, etc. Lovely fine quality cloth in colors cadet, brown, wine, taupe, ,18 inches wide, juat the right weight for smartest dresses. Beautiful Styles in Dainty New Neckwear Just to Hand This Week by Express Collars of georgette, satin, pique, etc., in' a very attractive showing and splendid variety of latest styles. Many nsw ideas that you have not seen before and featured here for the tint time tomorrow and Saturday. $1.00 to $3.50 This Store Beats in Hosiery and Underwear Not Only for Variety, But for Values as Well. Stocks now in this department are rapidly uearlng completion and whllo a few Wnes are still to come, tomorrow's variety is most satisfying and large enough to take care ot your immediate needs. Fine Lisle Hose - - 50c Black, white and tan, splendid quality, all ladies' sizes. Beautiful Silk Hose $2.00 All plain colors and novelty stripes in a very wide range of newest patterns and colors. Ribbed Cotton Hose 50c For boys' and girls' school wear. Splendid weight, sizes 6 to 10 inches. Colors, black, white and tan.. Heavy Silk Hose - $1.00 Same value as we have always shown, colors brown, tan, white, black, sand, sky, pink, etc. Rib. Top Silk Hose $1.25 Black and white only, very heavy weight, special value. Ladies' Union Suits, 65c, 75c - - - - $1.00 Splendid values at the money. Good weight for early fall wear. Shown in all regular and O. S. sizes. Art Satins Cretonne and Curtain Scrims Many new and attractive designs that are much in demand Just now with women who are renovating the home foV the dull months to come. This showing is a most interesting and attractive one and the splendid designs appeal strongly to women of goodotaste. Art Sateens - 50c Splendid showing ot many new designs in a variety of colore to suit any room. Art Denims 75c to $1.50 Single and double ', widths in a lovely variety of new designs and colorings. - - Curtain Marquisettes 75c Plain cream and handsome .floral designs in - a splendid variety of choice, 38 inches wide. Curtain Scrim - - - 25c A splendid line selling at the old' price, white or cream with hemstitched border, self or fl�� al colors. &CO. 614 Third Ave S-LETHBRIDGE 8079 ;