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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1914 THE LETHBiStDGE DAILY HEfi.lLfl PAGE NINE Another Big Crowd Tonight at Rylands After supter bargains for the thrifty JJslc Gloves. Tonighl only.... 20 dozen Lisle Hose, icgiilar 50c for, 35c More'Sample Cotton Undervests 15c qiue Draxyers, Special Tonight 25c Small Girls' Dresses, Prints'and and Embioidered Waisls for 85c Hoiibe Dresses, up lo for Men's Light Woo! Union Suits 3 pair Black Cotton Socks Wide Silk Hair Ribbon, Tonight lOc 20 dozen Ladies' Cotton Hose 15c Children's Garters, black, per pair 15c Combinations for Women, Tonight...... 45c Another lot of to Voile Waists. Rylands Co. The Busy Store Gilts that Last f To get forks, knives, spoont and fancy pieces of quality anil beauty ask for This brand is known as "Silver f late that Wtart" Toboy this ware la to get ihe ut- most service and satisfaction and the heaviest silvtr plate. Known epj.Te .Sold fcy Leading RoblinPuHed Through CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE The foreign .population was largely influenced against tlie Liberals 'by -the compulsory education and banish the bat planks oi' the Liberal platform. These measures were., used to alarm them .by-the Conservatives, who in- timated that, compulsory education and banish the: bar-were an interfer- ence jrights as citizens, CABINET MINISTER BEATEN Sinister, 'Hon. Hugh 'Armstrong, treasurer, is defeated .in LPortagcXa Prairie, while Hon. W. H. Mbntigue, with three ma- jority ;in St. "Andrews, and Hon. J. with a lead of 27 in Beautiful will ..not bo. certain', of uritil a-recount has -Kuuiui's ma- jority Vwas reduced from over Four-. hunHred' to a little, over'a hundred. In Brandon Hon.-Qco. R. Coldwell's majority was considerably reduced. Had he not been able to get a, big foreign vote and a heavy gov- 'ernment employee vote he would have been defeated, as 'it was tho most strenuously contested election in the history, of that city. Coldwcll, whoso nmicirity..wal5._163, had a majority in .12 out of the' 19 polls, elements had majorities in polls. The lota poll was the heaviest known u Brandon. Coldwell's 1897 to Clements' 1731. THE 'WINNIPEG RESULT Winnipeg formerly had four mem ners hut under the.' redistributior measure the representation was in creased to six, two'members each, ir North, Centre and South Winnipeg The North returned -two .Conserva- tives, Messrs. Foley and McLean.over Messrs. Lowrey arid Willoughliy, the Liberal nominees. In South Winnipeg and Centre Winnipeg the victory for the Liberals was. complete. The re- sult as far as the vote has been tab ulated in these 'two scats was' a; follows WINNIPEG SOUTH Seat A. Hudson, Lib., 5858 Mc- Meares, Cons., 4889.' .Majority for Hudson, 900. Seat B. Parrish, Lib., 5808; Whit- la, Cons., d058. Majority-for Pairisl 880. WINNIPEG- CENTRE Seat A. Johnson, Liberal, 8032 Andrews, Cons., 6737 Hoop, Soci- alist Democrat, 914. Seat B. Dison, Ind! ,8317'; Me Cons., 6792 ;r Armstrong, Socialist Demoirat, 818..." LIKELY'SECOUN.TS 'The seats 'where.'recounts..are al- most certain ;to :be Portage ta Prairie held by Liberals, and -i'Lakesidc, Beautiful Plains, .Emerson .-and lictldonan-St. Andrews, lield by Conservatives. DELEGATES TO VANCOUVER FWnfe, B.C., July J. Gray, oae the .vice-presidents of "'the Pe'deraticai' of. Labor; D. Reuse, reuresentlng District No. 18, U. JI.W; otAJ; H. W. Hilton, -.Gladstone local, U- of. A.'t are ,leaving shortly Vancouver to attend the convention of the Federation of Labor, which is being held at that place, and at which these gentlemen will act as delegates. U. S. RAILWAY MAGNATE DEAD Hot Springs, -Va., "July B, Icgalls, financier' and railroad man, dled'Jiere narly. today, of.heart'failure; Dutch" cleanl wood-work and floors, d quickly. Reaches' the difficult comets and crevices thoroughly denning ,with little effort. A KISS A Iuss, wilen all is'said, what is it' An oath sworn nearer by a promise made With greater certainty a vow which SCEiiP To make 'itself, more, binding.; .a rosy dot Placed'on the "i" in loving; 'tis a secret. Told'to the -mouth1 instead of "-to the ear A moment "of the .infinite which maKes A sound like to the humming oi bees' wings A-'greeting like the sweet breath of a llowor A way to feel the heart beat for a space, And laste the soul a.moment on the lips. lloslaud de Bergcrae." Mrs. S; Kenney and son are, visit- ing Mr. and Mrs. J, Hyan, of Mac- leod. Mrs. Pinhorn, or Pinhorn, is the .guest" Kellogg, Sixth-Ave. Rev. J. B. Ficliel is in Edmonton attending ther provincial convention of the Christian' church. Mrs: Ingles 'is visiting -friends in Macleod. Mr and JIrs W P J WosU mg and family left spend two weeks, in Edmonton Mrs. T. E. Neale left today to visit .iier Smith, of Toronto. Mr, Mrs. T. D. Kevin are re- joicing over the birth of a 'daughter tliis morning. Mrs.. Lundy leaves on Tuesday to visit at the Arrow Lakes, B.C. She will be away untel the end of August. Miss Jean TJrch, of 'Monarch. WHS a visitor in the city yesterday. Miss MacAffee, of California, who I lias been a guest with her sister, Mrs. j J. 31. -Aitken, leaves for California on Tuesday morning. Miss Nora Nlbloct, of Medicine Hat, is a guest with Mrs: C. F. P.1 Cony- bearo, Riverview. Mr. George Tennant .left this morn- ing for Lot-hair, Mont., where his marriage to Miss Rcgina Hutchinsou takes place next Thursday. Mrs. D. J. Wlhitney and Mrs. Buchan and; little daughters, Dorothy -and left this morning on an ex- tended visit to Vancouver and. other JLow U era Id Lane Misses Ames and Haxen, Messrs, Hartley and Scott Interval for refreshments during which the orchestra will render selec- tions. Orchestra Selection ''.MariUnia" Sojo Bound with a Golden Chain. Raymon .Moore Mr. W. Hartley Selected. Irving Solo, Flute Selected. Mr. Armor. The Skipper u. Jude Mr. Stott Summer Fancies.. Oliver, Metra iMisees Ames, Hazen mid Hume elected; Mr 'God Save the mil Clubs and Societies THE 01 HIE BREAD Suffragists the an- tis to a bread and pic-baking contest as a means of disposing of the charge that vote-seeking "women neglect their homes. The flour through "the sifter The smothered yeast cake's sigh, Proclaim to all the listening world The suffrage battle cry Let anxious antis sneer no more, But shrink in shuddering Their arguments before The bivouac of llie.braul. Till they, beside their kitchen stoves, Can line tlieir paiitry shelves With, rows of flaky loaves That they have baked themselves, Till they the sponge can deftly pat To lleecy, fluffy Foam, Let them not tell their sisters that Their place is in the home. The hand that fashions golden crust And crullers brown and light We fancy.-we can safely trust To mark a-ballot-.right. As long as we remain well led, While here dwell, We'll think the hand that kneads the bread Must need the. vote as well. .WOMEN'S Come to the Bay To-night After Supper to 10 p.m. A Remarkable List of Savings in the Store To-night JULY CLEARANCE Saving's in Ladies' 'Silk.Underskirts Beautiful shades in shot ef- fects in Ladies' Taffeta Silli Underskirt with 27'' accordion pleated flounce. Just 30 to go on CD ftK Regular RelJevoisc Brassimvs 85c. Values Just a few of these Bntssifires for tonight -Fiiio Cam- bric, lace and embroidery triui m.ed, ail Regular SiJe i......... :Am! for the Little Line "Tonight Ave place on sale in the -Shoe Section 25 pairs of these smart. .style Children s .White: Ca.n.Vcis .SlipjKWs_ with ankje Come f sizes 3 to Saturday Night Treaisin Groceries JUICY ORANGES Per dozen McVITTIE AND PRICE, as sorted 'Biscuits Per pound DELICIOUS -AS S OR T'E D- ChCLOCATES Pei pound 20c 27c IULY CLEARANCE Mat-dug Gases for Outings and Picnics Just six of thesw Straw Mat- ting Telescopes 20 and 22 tinches long, splendid for picnic, etc. Worth Tonight. 50c Carivas Boots Hi tin; July Clearance HBIO IS a smart, attractive Julj Clearance Prices in Dry Goods Ton is ht 25c line.- 61 Canvas Footwear 'Which has just been in our 'sioe 'section Girls; Cam as Button style boots Sizes 4 to 714 89c Lemon Beamers Clearing at 5c 75 of these.Glass Lemon Rea- merg to go on .sale when most needed: Gocd size, worth Inc Price each vC HAIR elastic, 15 for LADIES' SUEDE rBELTS-Ku Uni, brown, grey. >nd.Nel.. Rose. Handsome styles, regu