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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, NOVEMBER .18, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE MOTOR CAR FOR ONE Tlie Ulcst thing jri'motor cars ill England 'is a small, bue-sedUd tar. designed ihleflly for- oartUlly abled Diep ll J.061S 100 founds. HENNESEY WILSON fr- Ct You Can Do Better Here PREDICTS WEST WILL SPLTT FIFTY-FIFTY BETWEEN FARMERS AND GOVERNMM and his part} are cipectcd to .i-rne] bg ]iaj found that tho Bpirit ofl this afternoon 11 is understood j Canadianism was never so strong In j that tho government leader will this country as it is today. The lavee i i Cou- tho prime minis-! Hon. J. A. Calder, in discussing the a mass meeting all tour, said he estimated In the general ter will add. Masse) Hal! and It Is thoaght he receive a delegation ot returned sold- iers On Saturday night M- Melgb- en will wind up the campaign Tor the electio'n the National Liberal and Con- 'sefvative count on at least splitting the fifty-seven federal seals In the west. He did not think that government aWflitT Kins, the'. b? speaking at a meeting m A> liner.-1 leader, would pet mow than fhe to In a fronpgudbury, a local I sis the; western, seata. Ti Eagerly Fort Norman EDJIONTON, Nov.' far- tics are repoiied to he making ready for a winter overland trip to Fort Norman. The winter mail Is due. to leave Edmonton on-Novcmber 25, and It Is. expected.Jhat thp oil huntors will ret, however, nons 'passed hy the Eoyal Police as properly equipped and otherwise qualified to rnalte The volume, of winter travel to the far" north Is likely, td-ljb somewhat Tlle OTTAWA, Nov.1 F. B. Can'ell, chairman i of the Board of .Railway CommiEslon- was leaihefl Xoday, has decided3 iiot'tb sit JIB chairnlflli of.tilt cominis- sion.. when lE'resumed of the Bell.Telepnone com- -pHuj-.ifo'r-, at- -rates. Mr. Cari-ell presided oVer tie opening Bit-, tings O'ta_wa- at which the Hell: its case., Sorfie 'exception'had been taken' to the j chief commissioner sitting on tho case Itccausa-of.his. cohneclidu as a direc-.; tor. and! shareholder with the New delayed'hy weather conditions. TllB I 'niost recent" reports to tno police j ,j (B understood lha't in view of his lierc thqt-there has! unavoidable "ausence from previous board during the further hearing of "ihis particular application. DOG DERBY FIXED MA11QH 1, THE PAS TO'FLlN FLQN MINE THE PAS, Man., Nov. Ofliclnls of the Pere Jlarriuctte Rail- way announce that a new station will be erected in Sarnia. lllfj I nut. ju. Ian 1031 Hudson Bay dogj derhy will ho rim on Tuesday, March for a purse of Tho distance) will he 200 miles this year, the course i to be from Tho Pan to Flln Flon and return. Tho race Is open to the world for any numher of dogs to a team and any type of sleigh, derby rules to gov-j ern. The ahove was decided upon at. o j meeting of the Derhy association held I last night when Dr. P. C. was selected Uvhead the oicculive the big dog classic. Len -Zeppala, the record holder of; the Alaska sweepstakes, has advised 1 the esecutive'lhat he will" compete and others In Alaska arc in communi- cation with officials here. That it will be a stellar race Is 'feat by tho way local pre- paring their, teams. CANADIANS LOSING DEVOTION TO BRITISH HUCfHES TVINNII'KQ, Nov. is nn urgent lieod'of attracllng a good class of -Immlgrattcn .to- Canada from Great Jlrltain .10 keep alive the patriotic IlrUlsh. sentiment iiredpml- nnnl III the-waK''J. France chairman of the Manitoba Council of Kngllsh societies, Mr Hughes In a stalement deplored tha1 fnllowlng the declaration of peace many' Conadians seemed to be losing their fervent devotion to the Kmplre He suggested freer Orca }Jrltaln, encouragement: of tho reaO Inff of British periodicals; and, abov 'nil, the bringing ont of a'good'type o British settlers who hy their presence ho said, would stabilize devotion I British ideals and customs. A campaign to fiirlher'theao object has undertaken by (ho Manitqb Council of English and already some good1; results. 'hecn attained, MUST TURN IN CERTIFICATES 'TORONTO, N6v. of participation certificates In. IsEll year's wheat crop must turn' thehi flip to' the hands of the Ciinudinn Wheat Hoard not Inter IhatrJanitary, In at' to receive final payment, accord- ing to B statement yesterday by C. B. Wattsf, local representative of Ihc board. Harris, of Chatham, was lilll- cd by a train on a crossing near North Cocoa Wafers S tablMpooDS butter 3 tablespoons milk 7 tablespoons fipnr (easpooa vanilla eit'ract 5 tablespoons pulver- ized sugar 2 tablespoooa Cowan'a Cocoa 1 tablespoon chopped nuts the, milk, i drop by drop, to'creamed sugar- atid butlc'r, slirriiiK constantly. Add slowly the fiour mixed Kith cocoa, flrusli. pail willl bultcr. Drop from end of spoon and sprinkle with nuts. Dnst' with cinnamon. Hike ill a i oven until brinvn. A WeekfEttd Offerirtg avings in Fad! and Winter Goods i v. v -________________----------.------- Vinter weeds.' in vicinity finding AiB1 store the most satisfactory source of supply for their fall and needs further jfcmonstrate that we always lead in value giving. IW 1WU Then hore'B a splendid hurgaJ.n, Wo have just 10 coats left: in our'misses' 'antl-Himall women's range. The rcsular prices ot the'se garments ranged ,'rorn ?32.SO to Ton Toll.find a good selectlun .ot (u- elude voloiira. tweeds, silvertdno anil liolo doth, shades src'en. lirown anil liluc. Clroose one of these handsome garments Salts sizes ?Ja to 32. Values to BOYS' PULLOVER SWEATERS In maroon and grey, gold and black, brown and cardinal. All sizes. BOYS' BUTTON SHOULDER JERSEYS In navy and .crimson. All sizes. At BOYS' SCHOOL STOCKINGS Heavy rib. Suitable for boys or, girls. BOYS' LINED MITTS Mule mitts, fleece liiied, and knitted tops BOYS' HOCKEY TOQUES Closely- knit toques in a wide assort- ment of colors and color _ ations; At BOYS' SCHOOL PANTS Serviceable materials. 'Good colors. XW.EEP, CHECK ANDJSJRGE fenelette Sheet? The largest size flannelette" made. Extra heavy qual- ity. Pink or blue borders. Pair Comforters v- .Large size comforters; coy-- firings of art silkoline, extra '''well filled with lovely-, cotton va "ue's, for Coil Springs Simmons' restful coil spring, 4' 6" size has 100 coils; 4' size has 90 coils. Extrajspe- cial value at' Feafter Kfows" 1 All feather .pillows, large size and covered with feather-proof art ticking. For i'iish selling, each WOMEN'S FLEECE KNICKERS Very popular this--year, Knick- ers, fleece lined, elastic, drawn QJ3.. '.OK waist arid knee.-----, H'I WINTER VESS Splendid 'weight, :V .neck short sleeves FLANNELETTE GOWNS 'Women's white flannslette .gowns, made of extra good material. Full sizes. At CASHMERETTE HOSE Heavy -winter hose, cashmere finished, in brown, cream and At FLEECE LINED-GLOVES Winter gloves of -knitted jersey, with warm fleece Pair CHAMOISETTE" GLOVES Pen-in and Griffin in ft all the new fall In a popular make. Complete range of sizes. At v. CANTON FLANNEL Heaviest weight bleached canton flannel. Regular At, yard....... FLANNELETTE MILL ENDS White and colored flannelette, Qff in At W Shipinenls Amving This week include many ar- ticles iii demand at the mo- ment, FROM 5 TO 10-YEARS. vyiHTEli UNDER- WEftR. t WOMEN'S AND MISSES' PLUSH HATS AND TAM3. WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S SCARF SETS. WOMEN'S LARGE BRUSHED WOOL SCARFS. WOMEN'S SLEEVELESS AND SHORT SLEEVE COMBINATIONS. MEN'S, -'WOMEN'S -AND QHIL- BREN'S LINED MOCHA GLOVES. TWEED HATS. CHILDREN'S PLEATED. SERGE S.KIRTS ON COTTON WAISTS. WEN'S AND BOYS' PULLOVER SWEATERS. BOYS' WOOLLEN COMBINA- TIONS. FECT SLIPPERS IN EVERY STYLE, SIZE ANCl COLOR. FELT BOOTS AND OVERSHOES IN AUL SIZES. -'ELK MINERS' SHOES, HIGH AND LOW CUT. BOYS' CORDUROY KNICKERS. s Suits CLEARING AT All our host worsted suits have hecu iiricod to clsar at a figure tlmt seemed very reasaimblo for u suit, in 1911, Eo'tlie loiJgor stands in way of wearing heat. J Yon will find a satisfying rouge "of ran- terials, styles sizes'. Vnlues to Clearing Mens Overcoats............... Save SIO on an extra heavy frieze overcoat In the popular jilsteretto slyte. Well Uijored and finished. Grey only. For r.ish JOQ 7C s ell I BATH'TOWELS Colored towels, in soft finish. Good size.' Pair 95c DRESS FABRICS Tennis sti'ipe worsted in green, burgundy and blown. ReguUv yard, At, pci yaid Pure wool 'worsted rib socks, in black only. value- At, pair CHILDREN'S CREAM CASHMERE STOCKINGS All slzos, In pure croara cash- mere stocking" for children. 95c Children's Scarf Sets of nil .wool Ktnn'n. In nunr ilrolly with to match. MenVSeparate Pants KscfllleiiUy tailored pints- in neat stripe worsteds. ftp range ot sizes, WeeS-Knd. Special 'X' Men's Canljnai, navy and; gi'ey. Red Label Quality. ifaiatioiis.... Wads of New Zealand wool, in heavy rib. Men s Dress 1 Ino calf "lires jnit'in Uo moiithg Ago 50 Brown only, All, Men's Overalls., 1 lafn MHO