Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
;FOURTEEN THE IJETIIGRindE HERALD THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, ojf Senate and House Shows .-.joriiy of Legislators Far- r-ar Him For.Prestdency. Senator v.'llllaui K, BuraU 1 Senator Krauk B." Kellogg 1 or K. Securer....... i Senator Waller K. I Senator Howard yulticrlat'nl Xov. com Absent......................... "New KiiglBiul is almost, unani- mously (or Wood, i( ihe us iu i-ongrdjis rtro donee." U -fta.s ID NVw iliat iio ivas bore over H grocery store. 11 was iu MafJiehusoiis ttit he aUondei HnrTirJ colkgc, ot which lie is now an overseer, and U vvus thon? that ho cxH his first vole. Of tfci> members of ilia bouse, olac are tor Woixl. one is tor Louden, oce Is tor Tatt and one non- coDiuiutat. "ID order iba: ibe of ihe its ANDESIA1EMY Each of Cromwell Sisltrp. Lett About Bequeathed Alike NEW YORK.-rThc appraisals oj ihc esiaies of Louise Hlisted CroauveM, aud jkirotfiea Kaiherino Cromwell. Tiled in ihc surrotntc'fi otiko, the iwins. commit- ted suicide January U1, by Jumping Lorraine "Partly due to ihe PUllsfcarc move- t i'.nil G'ccinr.ati who has 11 poll reaub- V convection since He as- thai not once has his poll Tailed jfnwast ihc noDiir.allon o" tKe ro- iiauy. As for tho poll UD SlPiO" contest just i-cnitfc-ted k is parily to the association. o( his name with that of Theodore Roosevelt, General Wood has a srcal re of favorable .opinion i service Re4 t'ross and canteen Franco man- ifested in ihc "late and wording of thoir wills and in the composition of their The appraisal showed New! eECh lio 3ainB number ot rallror.il lcrence for him. one on, to, uMt wi !L'C liim toll il Iu his for Pershfag and threo ngc .as it .appears iu the ueura- K iho ovcrwbelmiTip sentiment or members of the house tor T.lt. Wo'oH -is :i, iTiteritjn.' General l be Ihc- noit piny for the presldc-zcy. p vole uf Ho in Ihe house and 5i lEt? senate. 35 against a fle'd o! jponsiblc competitors, in a sectc-t SJiio'ouidisiiinwd them all. tfi'c K'ceivetl onir nioro Ws jrtiaii any in" olhcr cuodi- Ijs. tiul revealed more.ei- for Iiirirtliau for rvll of his mlU.M. Pennsylvania All Wood Pennsylvania is an even more overwhelming senilmeut, for Wool. Nineteen members of Iho house from that slate firm In ihclr Convic- tion thai he Is Ihc one inau to select. Lmvden lias one supporter there. Hurtling had oae. Senaior Kn'pi lias one. Governor Sproul Das oae and ODO was noncommlital. "Tbo stales of -Now Jersey. Macy- laud ami Delaware line-up vrilh 10 for Wood, one is for Harding and one bank B3J trust coinpanjr slorts Oil stocks aggregating ,anil each had miscellaneous holdices am- ounliug to In both wills, which draurn January 2. the-bWeflciarles and ihe atnouut each is to receive tvere identical with Ihe .cjtL-epitou '.of Ihelr sisler, Mary II. Cromwell of Xo. -16 Hijy SpoKiint Paris, who will receive from e.ica 2. li'e estate in Jf-'ijiSQ and from Dorothea one-liair ol'-hor" resid- uary estate, which is and a eoial. bequest S347. and from of her rcsiJuarj- es lato, umounling to J1SS.S5S. Our Friday-Saturday Bulletin of Bargains fells in a Concise and Forceful Way of the Extraordinary Savings Offered at CLARKE'S Tomorrow and Saturday In H put '.o each vdaJK ou n'jiledge of contidauce. Poll. Given in Fjll Tho" replies iudicaie tbo JJardlng has nine voles in Ohio, IUJ L, J. iinc-si'pn pill 10 each. I w'ln one non" andVepreseiilRiivo': "V.-ho, lii Indiana 12 incuibcrs opiuion, win ho tho uonilntt- of re Fur. Watson, one is fur hondcn. rcnuMican party for toe presi- Wisronsju is moslly Lowden sen- menL Five members of the lioujo resscd a preference for him, whi.al 5 voted for Wood and one '.vas oncoraraiual. Iowa, is overivlielin- ialy for Ixnvflcii. TVlio a'Uended ihe ale university lhare. Nine are for owden, is Cur Wood and one is jr -Jobnson. Souih and West for Wood "Jo tie border stales of Virginia, !euluck.r, Tennessee, Missouri and iXlahoma. seren voted lor Wood, iwo or.Lowrien. Hanling-aDd one was noncommiltal. Virginia LMDard Wood 'Vern'or Frant O. Lofl'Jcn James K. Walsoa liatw Warren G.'Harding -.lalo'r Hiram Johnson 115 jjpcral 'John J. Pcrsbios: ;-T3at6V Pijilander C. Knor fgcrtjQT "U'illlam C. Sproyl Miles Polndesler Leonard 'Wood........... itor "WaVren' G. Harding 1 Werabr Fraiit O. LoTften...... 3 Hiratn Jonnsou 4 StiatQJ JUQBI B.-WaUon E. Hughes 1 jnalot B. Borah....... 1 iDalOT Fn.uk B. 1 ;iiatoj Selden P. Spencer I Walter E. :1 Miles Poindesler 2 'mator Sutlicrland..... 1 Jrvino Ijearool 1 Joan J. J a g. Totals ml Wood___.... J r O. Lowden AVarren G. llordfcg----: 'eEalor Jamca C. WalEon Hirum Jobpeon ieral John. J: Perching........ Sen; FhilmSer C. Knoi...... or AS'illiam C. Rproul..... No More Ccustipation of Blotchy Skin memfcera of the standing fonr or Harding and one tor Lowdcn.. "The is alsn for Wood. This is iTtlcularly Lnit of Ihe souihwe-st, ne "largely to the" fad lhal in. the panjsn war ho was colonel ot tha lough Riders, ot which Theodore loosaTcU -ffas. -lieutenant colonel. "alltomta Oregon an d Washin gtoa oled six lor Wood, iite for John- DD, one lor, Poiudesier and one Tvas noncommiUil. Mexico, Idaho, VyommE." and Colorado gare.'four for Wood, Ifaree for ic'n and one'-- for Pcrshlng. Kansas, and. North and South kota .gave. or J hree lor Wood, Tour F. four lor Ixiirden re noncommittal. Honor Favorite Sons "In home stale of every otier ndidato Wood, as far as the nrcE- eience ot the members ihe house is concerned, Is secoud choice. senate .side at ihc capitol MIB Wood sentimcnL is no k-55 pro- nounced.- Because Senators- Borah Kellogg. .Spencer, Edge, Foimlexler Sutherland and Lohroo', well Senators Johnson, Harding and Wat ?on, ore ujitlerstood to be somc'-vlia O; and have been prominently LETTERS FROM WOMEN This is one o[ ihc Idlers submitted in the Herald's "The Advertise- ment Ttat Interested Me IhQ MoEl'' compclilion- The iuJges considered (be tetter" they were nol reciuesled it ?iprcss tieir views on Ihe bul to decide which lady Tstpte the Best letter. 416 12th SL A. Soutli. AJU. Sept, 5T LeLbbridge Herald, Advertising. Depi- Dear is a sreat force. "R'c often read "It pays tc ad- Tertise." Without such publicity a cannot ttcurish- Lf IJiosb control Ihe business .arc ts'llltag lo spend money for continued to ask the purchaser lo .trr bis store for the goods required, it, undoubtedly-stands io rezspn ;nal he must have something worth offering exchange .lor money. Other-I ro you nol Lhe E5C- first sale It made would lie Ihc lasl. In iliat evc-nl his adrrr- tiEiDg ivould nol For il cau onlj- pay when IL brings continuous patronage, and to gel that result real vah'je roii5t gircn. Advertised stores or products are almost; nlvravs' The merchanl in Ilio clly [inds it icessarj" to tun: lo lUc to carry ilic word. Three Items arc fundamental' in any transaction that involves; Ihc transfer or pale of nn article. The buyer ivaols it; the seller has 1t; Ihc Jailer is !r> part wilh the mentioned in their .states at clear, healthy regular boirels, and a perfect work in least, they arc placed in IhD poll as inodcslly admiUlng that one among liieir >nurclicr niighl make an excel lent cliicf cxeculiTc of the L'uttul Slates. "A story is Going Hie rounds or Ihe senate lUal an old 'farmer was seen late a lightnine rod ami parade p and down Ihe road with U in Ihe ice ot a rising etorm. AFked. he repllefl "Well, I di< vnnl lo commit suicide, bul 1 thought the wauled :me .he could lake safe and easy -acttig headache, dizziness; upsel etoroach and dtrpsndeccy, hare :ftoejial- rfeiely vegetable........ rtke BR. CAirreii'if OIOH PILLS, Nature's nerve and Wood finic for. and Fuulc Wtitonn. arliclo lor a consideration which (he other accepts as reasonable' rturt Is alilo to pay. In lha opir.ion of many the mer- chant Is umlnr a rooral obligation to Inform -tho public uT market prices front (lay to day, that FavingR niay be made through buying al Ihc rijjlit lime. The enclosed "ad" Is only one.o! .h.9 daily insertions 'from Ihc CobJ Co., and for the. reason that It lillg Lbo requiremenls slated above Jt is "the advertisement that interests me most." inter Resort CITY" fi'UTSlpE THE RAIN BELT Mlfrf-Cl'mals, Sunshjnc, botf, Motirlr.g Sparls Every Day 'i Excellent Thssire Asli-YOur .Agent Abo-ii fta'tfl'i.' for dclailcd inicrmKlfon wrllc PVBLICJTV COMMISSIONER VICTORIA, D. C. One Senator Not tandldalt 'Senator Kn'ute Nclsnn of Mlnnc- .la, dcelareg Iio Is the only ot Ihc aenatc who la nut a candidate that (lir, only reayon he is 7JOL la hnl he was born in Morwny. Illinois, :ivith lyjwdeu as ibe avorilc son, Senators Sherman and UcCormick counted aa express ns a prefiTc-ncc for him. JJkevlsc in Indiana, nol only Watson hul Xew I ire clajacd u-i lor "To tlcolgratt closety Joe prefer- ences of elates-or email groups of slates would reveal the identity ot Ibe a'tors 'Voiing in the poll. Hence i Ibe republican senaloro nre rtividtd into two classifications, those cast aurl! wfc.sl or Ilic Of tbc of the 13 TOtCd tor Wood, two for Uuec for Watson, four for Harding. for JoJiison, ona for one 'for Kdge, OTIC for one for ItugheF. and throe- were noncom- mlltal.- 'Of Ihc 20 republican Benalorfl of (he Mississippi, cigbt rolcd for Wood, one for Ixiwden, on6. for Hard- ing, three tor Johnson, one for Dorah, ono for 'Xcllogg. ono for Spencer, ona for Perching and two (or One ivas "If triB iLe majority ot the raembei's of congress who ex- pressed the 'conviction fliat there is more BcnlitnenL In dlE- Irltts aud slatea for General lhan for any other candidate, volo the eamc In republican.na- tional convention, he will rccolve n22 votes.on tho firat ballot, not countinc any of the slates of Ihc south which have ro republican "At any rate, fu Ihc; 1C lhat I have hecn (aking this poll'Jt. has never so far-failed lo Indicate ,lnc mambtfs of congrcsi do nol .delcgalts ro- c'liracr- llii- i--. LcVauo Coombs. Beautiful Women ofSocldyjdiiringthepast' tcvcnty yean hive relied upon it for their distin- guished appearance. The G O U r ft u d "i Oriental Cream [Mother's Coughe and oldi Go Quickly She ranrwiT aTford lo and neg'cct her dulid. At the fiist to-ms sJw ptcpara (he wjy tot ttcovtry fcy the Immune use of GJ prrpataiion of sixty ittning. A careful .survey of these special saving prices will readily convince econ- omical women how well worlL while it will be for them to lake advantage of these splendid week-end savings. Merchandise luted is iH ww and sawMublt; ill of higkesi standard of qual- ity it it possible to procure, ud prices are leu by 20 to 35 per cent .than regu- lar telling Yiluei. Shop the mornkf. We're Clearing Off All Trimmed Hats in a Two-Day J Off-Sale! DON'T VISIT OTHER MEN'6 WIVES A wonderful offer, to Bay the laast, comiog as it dees right In ihe mUlst of the season and includ- ing aa it does this entire slock French and American Pallcrn Hats, BeiutTful and becoming models. Just one of a kind, and every one freih new iitlt seaton. Mort attractive models to be had anywhsre, feitur- Inj amona others the new yarn and flower models in a range of colors to lull every coat, or suit and in a showing of larg: and. small shapes to juit every type of face. Regular 51D.CO, J13.50, J20.00. One-third Off EXTRAORDINARY VALUED! WOMEJTS RAT COATS One-third Lm Thin Coats oC this Viad ad- TRoccd at a pheaomenit Ttte lince thcsa were bought. 1st vo'fcmav- lo HI trtcnt Uri ot hlElur prtcsi cod are clriog 'rou the advao- of the Favios we earned by bujlnK early. Mado of full tuiTfd speclallr selected rst, dark rich color. matched sktoa. In eren 50 inches lone. SO large Fha-ml collar, turn- back cuKs, lined navy sill; pop- tin. At thau tbey will [or many years to come. EXTRA Cot Blankets, Fancy colors. Worth up to High colors, in many cornbin- nrions. Good .Vcr.v use- ful and serviceable. Size GO x SO. EXTRA 'Boys' Sweaters, Splendid Scotch knit. Worth Colors tniwn, nary and EreyT buLloncd shouiaer. SpUmlld wcishl snd qualitv. Sizes 20 to 30. EXTRA Girls' DTMMC, (5.00 Serges and Corduroy, up to Sizes 6 lo 32 of age. Just about n dftsen Icfl in Ihc lot. N'avy Tarious other colors. The Time Has Come When These Suits Must Go And expect to cut this stock in baJf in this Two-day Bargain Sale. i Vour bis which include every suit in Ihc entire slock and oliereJ al prices which iu mail? cases are less than present inaaui.iclurers' cost. Lot No. 1.........533.75 Lot No. All Suits up to Handsomest novelty suits, in self. aud fur trimmed, raalJnff up n beauti- ful Mostly Telours and broadcloUis. Colors navy, brown, Durgundy, purple, taupe, etc. Lot No. 4...... All S LI ill up to Tlieae Suits are without eiceptiou Ihe most nttwclive atylcs ever shown in this city. Handsomely braided., em- broidered anil- Jur trimmed models. Just one ot a kind. All SuitijJp to Serges in navy, black, brown, elc. Twetds in medium and dart colors. Many lines in this iot, which wera special Value at regular prices. Full range ot sizes 16 to 44. .Lot No. AH Suite up to Beauliful garments in gabardine, broadcloLh, elc. Colors nary, black, sand, purple, Burgundy, brown, etc. A tovclj" Elion-ing, la size? 1C to -H- EXTRA Voile All new- styles- Worth up to 52.50. Splendid qualify voile, TV'ith embroidery vrork; round, JJuLch or closo-fitting collars. All siws SI to -H. EXTRA D. A. Coraelj, 98c Splendid Tilling model. Regular 'Made of heavy coulil; -while Has tivo pair of hose supportcrfi-Iront and sides. SUc-3 20 lo 23, SPECIAL prices are FHcUy Saturday only and quick action is necessary H you would profit to the fullest extent by these savings. Two Big Bargains in Coats for Two Days of Fast Selling Fritiis lite these would have been chcau two nr ihrce years ago, and con. sirterlng (lie sharp slTancns since tlion ii sarmcnls oi Ihis klncl, Ihese Urt lols Elioulil sell out entirely by Saturday nighl. Lot No'. Worth up lo Twccrls cirmchillEi-i, in srlcmliJ many wclghl Me- dium and dark colors. Sniflll, mc'lium and large sizes up to 4-1. Lot No. Worth up lo J45.00. Vclonrn, dark tToeJo o'nj r-liinchll- las, In a splendid variety of von' imart'Elrles. All excellent value aL reBlllar prices. Snmf: twenty odil (o choose rrom. Small, rcsula? anil sizes. EXTRA Flannelette Gowns, Heavy while ffanneletle. Reg, 52.50. Cut iu full body size, splen- didly sewn, siip-OTcr or bullon- ccl front. GREAT SALE OF NEW STYLE DSESSES Values up to Sale, All new tills season. -Serges in black, imvy. laiife, lirown. sand, elc. Sires 10 to -H. I'oplin anfl talleta silts in vcrj- iirclly styles, Knrall, rtgular and large sizes. Colors nary, black, green, etc. TWO SPECIAL SALE LOTS OF SKIRTS i For Two Days Bargain Selling Only. No. Ut No. 2............... Handsome., novelly and nilka in Ktrlpeg and rhccka. About' Ihrce dozan new skirls inclurlcrl In Mils lol. making up a vory a1.- tractive and exclusive showing- for young Indies, regular and large sizes to 31. Splendid'acrgcs, in cicellent quality "t-iolh, plain tnnhcd or- braid trimincil- Colors black. nnry, burgundy, brown. Silk poplins In very al- tractive Btyles. All new Inla season. Colors blaft, nivy, lirown. Uupc, sand, green. Waist- bands up to -30 Inches, Great Bargain in Lovely Dress Goods 1 1 PopKas, Gabardran, and Noreity in lovely variety. Regular rahit, ScDbg for Friday and Sat- urday at about half............................ Splendid range of all Ihc .'wauled colcra In the plain weaves such as navy, copen, bur- gundy, plum, preen, brown, black.'; elc., and an e'lqulsllc showing ot ciicr.its and la Ihc fancy Un03 suitable for sJtJrU anil drosses. Goods that nro well worth cent of 42.50. Celling Friday and Baturtiay as thcap as you could have boiiffbt them thren years ago. EXTRA SPECIAL FRIDAY AND SATURDAY BARGAINS IN MANY OTHER LINES OF YARD GOODS Oxford Shirting, 33c Regular Me Vuluc, Ncal In bluo srcr color dial wbrk rcrlaclly. Very strong, hGRiy clolh. 30 Indies rriclc. Diaper Cotton, 28c We Vilue. Heavy weight, (Ino ami very 2; wWc. special value al Uiln jiricc. Splendid Wnpperette, 32c Reftulir Red anr] black also klrtpcs various 28 Inches wide. Very nlrons, and durable; washable. Curtain Marqiitette, 68c Regular 11.00 Vilue. Wliilc, cream and tcr'u. Very bcavy 30 Inches wide. Hcmjlliched edges In open lace )n various widths. CLARKE SL GO. 614 Third Ave-South Two-Day Hosiery Bargains Pure Wool Cuhmere 75e Much betov.' present wholesale'.' A limll'jil ouanlilr to tell it tils price. wrjrvve, eoll, loTaly Spllceil hcols and O.S. Cathmcre J'eninan's maUBj bought in. (he mm- Vnt of Iwo years ago. Very fine and soft, cxUft lurge Icf. :-Yc'TT 'iptdri valuo At thf.i price. Ribbed Cotton .Hill range of colon, in black, wbl'le and Un. Slzsa 6 to 10 Inches. -Me dium rib. Wonderful Tfthic. Ttck Caibmtrettt fW, 2Sc Unary wclelil. blacV only, Ilcfpi- tar vnliic.- full of ladles'