Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIDGE..DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, FEBRUARY.13, 1WW E.DJOB.C.OINHAI EPOFC.P1 MM Coleman Says So Canfeilion Along New Line BDMONTOK, Keb. 'have offered ftTff Edmonton. Dunvepin and BriUch Columbia rnilr-iy the cars aoi engines they want; tfch or- far still declared Virc-Presi- clent D. C. Cole-man of tha Canadian Pailflc in response to a ques- lion is to the possibility o[ the Canad- ian Pacific assisting tha northern rail- road in moving out grain now held on tae northern prsirips. Sir. Coleman arrived In the city 1 J.-Mi CsttiOTon, genera! superinten- dent of the Alberta division, from Cal- Eary, Friday morning. A. f. Campcoll inspector for tho Dominion board of European (Iris have been Instructed to start for America with (heir wives, In accordance with a recent order o! Htnry T. AUen, In In connection vvllh this .order, -it woi also announced that army author- ities would nut. consent In future to rntttrlages of American soldiers on duly in the occupied area, officers contends ;hat men without wives In Germany are better soldiers under the present (.Iri-usustances. About 200 soldiers have married git-ii saice the American forces reached tho Khlae, and others included In Iho onler have married principally French or young women from Berlin or Luxembourg. cnce xrilh W. Rsthboue Smith, men- aeer of the E. D. anil B. C. railway. Mr. Campbell ij from Port Arthur and has been Investigating the qwfintijy of grain held up in the north, 'parlm- ularly on the Grand Prairie. E. D. Robertson of Winnipeg, in- ipecior for the hoard of railway com- missioners, spent Thursday In consul- tation with the E. D. and.B. C. offic- lali. Ills visit here, while-announced as purely routine, Is understood to have been prompted hy a luiter that LONDON. Feb. allied note to HoUind regarding the extra- dition of former Emperor William T.'llli j the Evening Standard today. The note, says the newspaper, makes a strong appeal to the- Dutch government cot to create greater dif- ficulties in Europe hy insisting on the right of asylum for the man fharacter- I as the author df tho world's p'res- ent troubles. The note was being drawn, it was stated, in a form to em- phaslte the concerted view of the al- lies, that tho presence of the former [emperor in Holland was a dangn- to Saw YANKS MARRYING COBLEXZ, Feb.. hundred atad fifty soldiers of the American forces In Germany vrho have married quests of Holland Vut it Is hoped that the Dutch government will bo drawn into re-opening tho negotiations which I ended with the refusal to give up the cx-rclcr. IS Is inttestcS that Holland has hot received a suggestion to this effect 'unkindly and that she might be willing to intern the former emperor oiitjlde of Europe. To Help Your Foreign Trade Mwe Hid more op- poriunities are opening up for the interchange of commodities be- tween ind foreign countries. We have excellent facuilits for serving minuficturers and ex- portm in this nutter through our extensive system of brandies in Newfoundland, Cuba, Jamaica; Porto Rico, United States and our banking connections throughout the world. THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA C-pltil I linnv. Trot IMM.MO D. KING (Continued From Front The Canadian Manufacturers' As- .will at .once start a cam- paign in daylight saving. irore actuated with desire this contention (or a personal Mr. Mucidlrr.au encaceU !tt a Ulk to the lielogaies (or of the thicss eaid on the floor of the house was very nearly howled down. tniulted "You permitted myself and the president anl the hoard of direc- tors to-be Insulted from this platform. You have allowed mis-statements to be as to what have done, and I you have allowed us to be i said Mr. Musselmar.. when he rose to EpeaU on the suggestion that the given vovror to add to Its numbers repreientatives the I cities to bo appointed by the boards I of trails tho three chief cities. "If you had been left altee yester- day, you would have passed a tion which would have left Ihls assoc- iation-'in a stale of chaos. By-jour action at yesterday In appointing eommtitee to draw up this provincial political platform, you said in effect that you could not trust your eiecn- live to formulate a platform. Ten you could not trust your Z6 directors; but that you must have a group o! people whom you do not know, vievrs you do not know, to do thla thins for you. V "If you men and women are eolng to be Influenced by hy the desires of a clique to use this tlon for the accomplishment of a petty political purpose, I do not believe you want us men as your directors. If you are merely going to Invent.a jj form on which to get Into political power I will not give a map of the nnger for the difference between .tkat more and-any other political party Canada has ever had." Following Mr. many other representatives spoke and jus.l convention adjourned at the- action of was re- eluded and the central board was utkorUed to prepare a platform working In connection with the board of the WOHWB'I aectlon. TOO mi DAYS B A WDEN BROS, Genuine Values You Can't Afford to Miss Chesterfield, Chair and Rocker has loose Ions -with Marshall constnictloB. This is a. medium sited Butle for a smaller sized room and fs remurtable .valas at Sale Price CHAIR AND ROCKER Tapestrj- covered chair and-rocker. All-orer upholstered hair, and moas fill- Ins? over foundation of oil tempwed springs. Sale Price, each WALNUT SERVING TABLE J.Iade of solid Black Walnut, Queen Anne design. 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J23. 60, '1C TC for with automobile scat and upholster- ed back, covered .with genuine Spanish leather. Regular for .B. H. Rocker has spring j.eat covered with No. I Leather. Regular Ifi OC J20.00, for lO.tJ CXhera at from (10.40 up. CHAIR AND ROCKER All-over upholstered, has sprlug a most comfortawls chair anrl rocker corered with best qualitj- fab- .00 pair DRAPERY DEPL If count for anything ire shouM two busy ID 'Me department. BED SHEETS Jjirgeit size, good qualit? fhesh. J 1 C Special, ......i............. PILLOWSLIPS 13 inch Pillow Slips. Special, -t pair..............................l.UO LACE CURTAINS Splendid qualitr, finished with t talince. Spedal, pair BETTER BEDS AND BEDDINg BRASS BEDS WITH RIBBON FINISH Continuous post Brass Bed. Reg-, t o 7C ular J52.60 for 1OMV .St-alght post Braes Beds, oo fg Regulir tor............. JJ.I J Straight post Uraas Ueds. 07 nA ?30.00, for..............' L I COIL SPRINGS Guiranteed coll sprinss, Made of best oil tempered irire. and COTTON FELT MATTRESS Ms-le of ail pure cotton felt; will never mat or get good art tick- -J t nr ing cover. Up from.............. FLOOR LAMPS At Special Prices Mahogany sfanOa-rd shades of golfl and rose. E-ilh covering. LIBRARY TABLES AND SECTIONAL BOOKCASES CURTAIN NETS (kiod quality, two pieces only to sell at, CURTAIN RODS Brui Extension Curtain llocta, oilendlnj; to 54 inches. Special, 2 for A Tew Odd Sprints to Clear Out at Very Special Pricei COMBINATION MATTRESS Two 4 ft.- 6 In. Good art ticking corer. Hegular H3.50. 1ft PA Special lUtJw dust- 22.50 Library Table, has book racks at end with drawer for stationery, Jf A etc. Hepilar for..........J1 iDU Another In fumed hut a Bmrillpr nije. ?25.00 for.. Kumed oak Sectional Bookcase, proof sliding doom. Hpeclil TWO IN E. E. FINISH Top and hase and three sections Ons worth for.. One worth for.. CHINTZ AND CRETONNES For comforters, cushion co-ran, at from, per yard i..... 13C A Ejilondld sclecllon of rnilerlals to selcxit from. NO LONGER NKED A liun today by Smith, BOUNDARY COMMISSION Republican. rewlutlvu WASHINGTON, Feb. declares that there are not now tufflc- tlon of tha treaty with Great disputes between tha two conn- establisbius the Canadian boundary I tries to jutllfy at coruinlsslon was proposed ID a resolu-1 treaty. Pay Day Bargains AT SIMPSON'S The dolhn you spend here Saturday and Monday wffl almost do the work two. our prices and qualities of merchandise with others and you wifl see at once the advantage .of spending your money here. Examine each item. You wifl appreciate the values. WOOL DRESS GOODS, YARD 1.39 Regular values up to J2.75. Colors, browo, navy, green and black. This is really the, most wonderfuf dress good's bargain we have ever offered. Per yard "1.39 36-INCH BLEACHED CAMBRIC 36c Tho. regular valiio is 50c poi1 yard. Suit- able for undergarments and night Epw'ns.' EStra speda! at...... 36c The Last Call For Furs THESE PRICES GOOD FOR SATURDAY AND MONDAY ONLY--BUY NOW T AND SAVE. Save on a Hudton Seal Set Save on a Sable Set Save on a Seal Cape. Save. on a Mink Muff. Save on a Black Lynx Set. Save on a Wolf Mnff. Save on a Seal Coat' Prices for next being quoted by manufactureis and the prices'are 30 per cent, higher. CURTAIN SCRIMS 27c 38 Inches iride. White and ecre, tape or hemstitched edges. Regular value 40c and yard. Week End Sale 07 Price............................. Lit PLAID AND STRIPED DRESS MATERIALS Regular Talue of this cloth is 65c rartl. 33 inches wide, medium Makes up well into shirt-waists and girls' dresses. The Last Clearing of Winter CoatS for this season Big Savings here for you, even if you buy for the future needs. 1 PLUSH sOk Kned, Dolman sleeve, deep collar and cuffs. Regular price Now to clear at 1 ONLY, SALT'S PLUSH collar. Lined through with fancy crepe de chine. Betted waist A very stylish Coat Reg. price Now clearing at 5 ONLY, SILVERTONE VELOUR shades bine, pnrple, brown. Assorted sizes, half lined. Regular price Now clearing at UNBLEACHED LINEN CRASH 26c 13 Inch heiry Roller Towelling. Regular raiue 40c per yard. Special Bargain.......................... WOMEN'S SILK ANKLE HOSE 69c Fast dj-e, fine double heel and toe, silk ankle. Regular 85c line. Per pair SAMPLE LOT LACE COLLARS l-3rdOff Hundred's of styles and qualities. Sorr.ft collar and cuff sets. Rufiictl fronts, whlto und ecru, Take your choice One-Third Off Pricei MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND BOYS' WOOL SWEATERS 20 per cent Off This Is a good buy. All splendid uuillty and In best shades., All sizes. PLAID GINGHAMS r ig assortment of patterns, fast colors, fine quality, on sale, per yard 40c The Simpson Co.yLtd.