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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FAC.E FOURTEEN' TltE'LETUBRlDfiE lUllA HKKALD. TL'ESO.VY, NOVEMBER 11, 1'JIO Acquisition of Grand Trunk Will Be a Lengthy Process; Agreement In Preparation M to yrocew, ac- 'to lafonnAlion obtainable Ttt iwu-d oJ arbitrators, tro of vblca nmiln lo caos- ea. haw to to appointed acd it, M fa Indication ol niffics ol who will reprint the (onraaMBt >n4 Grand Trunk Co. Sir wtlln-'CttUli.-will. as IK ine honse, be the third will be In mnatlme tbe sovfrument Is taint liEij wllb lae prspirations upon the bill pissed by mett. Thli crrescenl, lo the Grind Tnttfc holdtri bj Sir Smitheri, who will fHnrn to Snsltnd on In HOB lor Uni purjoje. Is nlber dll- (IcaH document to draw ap. It It un- NATURE'S MIRROR When a woman is well and there's a sparkle in her eyes, a rose tint in her cheets, and she has rich red blood There's ELECTRIC CHAIR FOR 11 NEGROES HELKNA, Art.. Nov. 11.77- Circuit Judge Jackson sentence ed lo at little- j .11 negroes reveulljr convicted ol murder in Iho lir.H- desree In connection trith :ho insurrection ot October list. al- bo'Jgh other ministers are probably usisllug In dravrtni it up. 11 was said oday al the. department.of hat drafting tfie ayret-mcnt and Its ubmUsion to (he Grand Trunk shiic- lolders. could hardly fce acconivilsbfU under i month at the rery least, while a loogfr time, mljh; be required to'. be completion of Ibis staje of matter. Tie agreement occe ratified, bolb tides will go to wori to draw up their cases for submission to lie arbitrators. An audit ol the Grand Trunk Rail- company's books and ft valuMich of 'tbe physical. assets ol the road win have to be made by the govern- ment before It Is ready to submit Us case 10 tie arbitrators. this.may process, which will prob- ably occupy a .couple more 'months. Indications are that its actual court proceedings Till not bo started before [he end.of January. As the bead of- lice of tbe.Grajid TrutoV; JUibtay in Canada Is in Montreal, nnd of lie Grand Truni -PacUle la Wind It is likely thai the sittings o! li'o court will he largely contiued to tlese cities- OHIO IS "WET" BY 641 VOTES I1 lODiEAlLABBR Plan to Cut Out All Three-Cor- nered Fights and Make il Straight Issue Declare il Gives Less Prohibition Than'is Already Existence m I OTcry move- ment find a spring in her step, love corses to CTery vomcn Trho, has bounding vrhen she is dull eyed, languid; she has no magnetism Er.r does she appeal to m; man. Such a change in' fesling! end loote! After Buffering pain, feeling nei- yous, diity, Temk and dragged 1 down by Treatnesses of her with eyes Eunken, bUck circles and pile a woman is quickly restored to health by FaTorrtePrescriptioiiof Di.Pierce- 'Chanjed, too, in lookvipr after taking .Pieras's Favorite Pre- Kription the eJrin becomes clear, 'lie! eyes brignter, the cheeks plump. It ij purely vegetable, no alcohol. Dragpsts'seU H in Ublets or Bqnid. Send Dr. Pierce, Buflalo, for trial package. COLUMBUS, Ohio., Nov. voted asainst ratification df the pro- hibition amendment by a majority of in I ltt Tuesday's staia election, ac- m corilng lo complete returns received today bj- Ihe secretary'of sUte. The vote ivas: For rallBcallon, 4SJ.S79; against, 500.J20. Priests of Homin Catholic churches of Kent and Ksset counties meeting in Windsor endorse tie S-hour day. Wdt, and ihe rcEef of flinnnitory coniiions of Oie throat frem Bronchial, rs and oE ihc Rtsppjatcry Prepared fromSpnice otha mcdi' "CaasweU" while you e.eep! rdu are ' biEous, head- achy, conalipated. If. the breath IB bid, stonuh upset, or lor colds, sal- f. jusl'ute "CascareLs" tiic llrer and morales. nnd all TOltON'TO. Nov. Do- nitaion parllareeat bas not ilooil up to ita Is a Teiy. great dlsfippoJalrnent to I be temper- ance people of Canada." declared Ker. Bee., II. Spenco, of the Do- minion-Alliance, today, with ref- eroiicc to the legislation passed at Ottawa on Saturday prorldrng tbaL the machinery for prohibition fc-r bringing liquor into tho prov- inces of Canada. This bill must be considered In. the light of existing logislat.loa. We now havp Uomiaion r-rohibl- lion In is sonictlilng definite. compromise meas- ure gives UE less lhan we now hare. Thc'iue.nsure la al doubtlul value to tho tcraperancd The cause is not whether we can carry a referendum, but .-whether ibc cbansc. made would be worth the Uking ol tho vote. Mr. Spence admitted ibat be did not knuw what attilude the Dom- inion Alliance would lake toward n move lo obtain tbc taking ot a referendum. He pointed out that even if the referendum carried the restrictions "could no! bo-made effective ualll the neit summer at the earliest. WIXN'IPFXJ. Nor. vigorous which have been made by those opposed to the Dominion labor paity .cr.n did ales for civic offices to prevent contests and a result- ant "split which II was thought would operate to the advantage ot the la Kir lie', are meeting with success. the object of preventing the labor candidate from Triontcg In warJ one. Alderman Isaac Cockbuni, though requested by n.aay friends lo re-con lest tbe seat, anuouuced today that he would withdraw In favor of J. G. SuV formerly clilef engineer oE the Canadlau Pacific railway, now a c suiting engineer .Mr. Sulllran was nominated at a ratepayers' meeting some weeks ago. lu.wanl four, where Alderman A. MacLcau Is up for re-election and cr- Mayor F. H. DavHson Is also a con- lender, UQ Las been reach- ed whereby one of them will withdraw at a meeting tomorrow, so that the labor nominee hava but one op- ponent. A atronp movement Is on foot also to aroiil three-cornered contests In tbe other two wards where several eu- tmnta have been named. SADOUU CONDEMNED PARIS, Nor. Jaco.ue5 sa- doul. who was recently .condemned lo death by conrlmartlal. remains at the lead or tbe "Socialist electoral "list Earliest in 11 In ches of Snoiv in South of Line-Too All votes, however, recorder! in his favcr, Lecomc uull -anti void Bail will be deducted Iro'tn the list.." PORTUGAL'S WAR LOSSES U'LVXIPEG-, X6r. carlics blizzard iu U years bit Winnipeg am the west yesterday and was worse than any experienced JasL year. High inches "oC'snow fell during the day bringing the total fall up lo 33.3 iu PARIS, Xov.' "war looses amoanled to killed, of ibc who fought during the war, while 1160 arc listed as missing. The mobilized formal lour per cent of the lolal.population of_Pot- tugal. Although totally Wind, n ypung woman al Graud Rapids, Mich., is'an eipert operator on the typewriter. "Cascareis" never (Trips, sicken keep you anxious all next day l Oil or violent Pills. I "Cascarets" are laxa- tlTe-caLharllc for growQ-ups nnd cbll- dreo. Switch little! lo plciion. Ptrmaneni (ctporaiy' slim troublo efftcn.tly Reduces luturil color nd ccnecls skins. Highly sndscpiic, with tKnefica] results is HOME-MADE BREAD Home bread-making reduces the high cost of living by lessening the amount of expensive meats required to supply the necessary nourishment to the body. The increased nutritious value of bread made in the home with ROYAL YEAST CAKES should be sufficient incentive to the'thoughtful housewife to give this important food item the attention to which it is lastly entitled- Bread with Royal Yeast will keep fresh and moist longer than that made with any other. Made in Canada STEEL HEAD DENIES STOCK MARKET GOSSIP 'HAMILTON1, Out., Nov. (otisou. president ol the Slftl Com- pany of. Canada, today denied the market gossip, concerning a pro- jeclca merger of tile Dominion Steel A Union, N.J., contractor ll ecmpany and the Steel Company v! Ing corcrclo houses that coal Cauada anil the Canadian Steamship j eaob, iriLh fix rooms and bith. The company. "We have not even been I lorra Into which tho concrete ii pour. approached regarding tho said Mr. HobsoD. cd' costs bul ctn be erected [in ODO day and uaod 100 times. last Vvind calmed [0 miles an hour.' Wlih a northwest wiiid blpwini il 32 mjJc5 an (lay, the sor mow piled into drifts, as. much a ivc feet deep, damaged telephone an elcgraph up street ca trains and generally made itEell'a nuisance. -.Fortunately lerapcratiirc was.'only above zero and down lo 10 Street car1 service in JvjnnipCE is nearly normal today. Bsd in DakoUs ST. PAUL, Ollnn., Aor. 10.--The ivltich lias been raging over eastern North Dafcola and South Da- .ota and "western Minnesota for more than a day anrt lied up railroad in some places and laid down telegraph and telephone wires, ap- peared lo uc abating tonight after feet of snow liad Fallen. A high wind was blowing toniglit, but snow In mosf places hail ceased rallii.f. It will He to your advantage lo make your selection of tinier needs right iwvf. No one can say what prices will be (or the future. A decided scarcity of goods exists right now in many lines of merchandise that is bound to mean higher prices i{ this condition is not overcome. Be Wise and Do Your Shopping Now I I Probably Yov Only Chance to Hear Mrs. Emmaline Pankhurst ON Class War vs. Class Co-operation F A Great Lcctver WHh a Vital topic Wesley Church, Tomorrow (Wed.) Night AT 8 O'CLOCK .THE ATTRACTION OF THE YEAR aad Girb op te 18 yeari of age, 50c. m tkktto for tklt mi biff Lyceum Employee of Shooling Gallery in Toronto in trouble For Rash Act TORONTO, Nov. Tay- or, nine yours old, was shot In the heck last evening Thomas Crcfs- vell, a yonng man cmpfoycd al a hooting sailer? on Yonge street. The J iu1lct' waa extracted at tho hospital ud the waa not regarded 33 erious. was arreated on a i charge ot shootins with an Intent to kill. I It is said Crc55i7ell fired two sholal only one or which took eBect. Flor- ence and another little Eirl were an-] noytaE him. It Is said, by banging around the Ballerj-, alter having been: old to Veep away. Cresswcll told the I police ho did not Intend to shoot the ;lrl, but fired lo frighten her away. Keep Sloan's, Ihe World'j Liniment, to Allay Achei. Thousands of men and u-oracn, when Ihc leasl Illtle rheumatic "crick" i them, havo Hloao's Llnlmenl} lo knock It out. -Popular a third of a ccr.tnry more popular today, Thai's because II IR BO wonderfully helpful in rcHtwIng all external aches j and lumbago, neural- gia, overstrained muscles, sllff Joluls, wcalher exposure rehulta. A lilllo fa all that Is necessary, for It snon pcnc- Irfilcs wltboul rubbing [o Ihc spot, fjcavca no muss, stained akJn, clogged porca. A hotllc today I.I ft wise precaution. Keep it. handy. An'flraigials-SSci 70c, -Mado in: Sloans Lin jmcn-t lirep it handy .e of'Quality D NEW JERSEY CLOTH 51 inches wide. Yard PURE WOOL SERGE 45 inches wide. At WHITE FLANNELETTE 35 inches 'Wide. 35c Yard PILLOW COHON 40-inch Circular. AtSOcYard SHEETING 72 Inches wide. AtSScYard STRIPED FLANNELETTE 28 Inches wide. At30c CHILDREN'S HOSE In black nnd ribbed cotton. Special, 45c Pair MEN'S UNDERWEAR Eilra Special Value. At Suit CHILDREN'S MITTS Ilcary .Wool. At 60c Pair BOYS' FLEECED COMBINATIONS All sizes. At Suit BLACK PLUSH For ladles' and coata. Wide wlrlln. and Yard GREY FLANNEL Pure VKioI. 28 Inches wlilo, 60c Yard This Is The Time For ..Furs.. Perhaps you know saiiieldtng about the qaulily of our 'n'gh- class Furs. We linve a bis asaorlnicnt of HIGHEST QUALITY FURS An attractive and comfortable line or appealing values in SABLE, HUDSON SEAL, POINTED FOX, COON, OPOSSUM, BLACK WOLF, NATURAL WOLF, MINK AND TAUPE OPOS- SUM. Iff FUR COATS liavo some, very compelling values In HUDSON 6EAL, MAR- MOT and NATURAL COLORED MUSKRAT. Natural Rat Hudson Seal and Up Natural Rat with Hudson Seal collar and cuffs. At...................... Anil every garment backed hy the manufacturer atd back of idJ that slands our owu full guarantee of satisfaction: Serge Dresses MOflE NEW STYLES THAT ARE ATTflACTlVE It seems thai nrc securo another mors than pleasing lino of Just wanted styles In Sorgo and Dresses. They come In embroidered braid effetle that, them uoucual end eflectlvc. As usual, our prices ire modermte when you consider the quallt? ot material and aUractfrsDCTi or style. Knitted Goods SKATING SETS, WOOLLEN CAPS, SCARFS, 9WEATERI, WOOLLEN SUITS FOR BABY, MITTS AND QLOVEa A big assorlmcnl of these cold weather gcodfi and all moderately priced and a finer and larger selection of colora nnd comninallons of colors than we have shown before, have nil torla of knitted needs for each and nil, MENS', BOYS', GIRLS' AND LADIES' WEAR, Big Assortment of Winter Coats CORRECT DRESS FOR WOMEN RYLANDC AND COMPANY NEW PULLOVER SWEATERS THIS WEEK ;