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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY. OCTOBER 20, 1910 A FINE STOCK OF Clothing Suits. Hackinews and Military Overcoats' Ti Boys' Suits. 3 to years, new styles. Each and Boys' Norfolk 11 years. Boys' Norfolk Suits, 10 to 15 years. Each Boys' Norfolk Suits. 14 to IT yrs.. Little Boys' Reefer Coats, heavy tweeds; Boys' Military Coats, very smart, 6 to 13 years, to.. Boys' Regular Long Overcoats, 10to 15years; and Boys' Knee Pants, sizes 4 to 10 years; per pair and Boys' Knee Pants, sizes 10 to 15 years: per pair and Extra Pure Wool Sweaters for Boys Pure Wool Heavy Sweaters, maroon, tan and navy. Sizes 10 to 15 years. Price, each..................> S2.25 Extra Quality Pure Wool Sweaters. Maroon, navy, myrtle, brown. Price, Little Boys' Fall and Winter Hats Tweed. Plush and Corduroy Stitched Hats. In a big variety of shades and qualities. Prices from 75c up to Boys Pyjamas ana Underwear Soft Stripe Flannelette Pyjamas. Sixes 6 to 14 years. Per suit......... Boys' Combination Two-piece Underwear All wool, part wool, and cotton Penman's and Watson's make. All sizes in stock. Victoria, B. C.. Oct. tho whole of 'he soldiers' vote cast i'.i Canada counted with the exception of the ballots for South Vancouver and lilclmiomt, held back bcnuiso ot legal action taken by J. W. Wean, Liberal candidate in the former riding, the Conservatives have galueil two scats which tho civilian vote gave Ulu eral column. Premier bowser, on the soldiers vole 111 Vancouver city, wiped out the adverse majority of 21a which I'. Doll- i lowest on the Liberal ticket, held aanlr.sl him, and secured on the aggregate of the civilian and soldiers vote a majority of 45. It is a cer- tainty that the English vote now be- ing counted in London will add to the premier's majority. It is., in fact, pre- dicted by Liberal agents here that Mr. Donnelly will secure a considerably larger vote In England than will Mr. Co'.vper. his running mate on the Lib- eral ticket, and that it will be the lat- ter and not Mr. Donnelly who will have to give pkfte to a Conservative among the six who will represent the terminal city. Lieut. Mackenzie in the Delta rul- ing, has converted the majority of t> i heid by nis Liberal opponent. A. M. Patterson, in the civilian vote, into j a majority in the Conservative col-, limn of In Victoria and Vancouver. -Mr. Brewster nnd Mr. Mncilonaid. respec- tively led the soldiers' poll jUEt as decisively as they led the Doll in the civilians' vote. j Mclnnis secured 25 to Hon. K. Ross' 12 in Fort Georee. and the same proportion of the 170 votes abroad will give him a substantial majority. Mr. Brewster is understood to have his cabinet ready for' submission to the lieutenant-governor as soon as he I is summoned to form a government. It is Quite certain that M. A. -Macdon- ald will be attorney-general and Dr. King, of Cranbrook, will in all prob- ability hold portfolios as minister oi education and provincial secretary. It is rumored that the premier himself will take the portfolio of finance. SIM ON London, Oct. sudden pus- of I'.OOO' mnployoes of the Great Western Hallway is interfer- ing with freight traffic over that ruU- which carries the bulk of trade, including the western counties1'find London.- Kail- wayiiioii were convicted of theft, says the London Daily. Mail, thereupon tho company dismissed them. The -com- pnnv refused to reinstate them, pond- ins the appoa] they took from the magistrate's but promised to take them back should the appeal he sustained and pay such wages as they might lose In the interim. Upon this employees in the railway's freight yaids decided to show sympathy with the dismissed men by enough work to Keep them, selves within the law until the appeal will be heard in January. -Meanwhile, as the sympathizers are doing only 5 per cent of their normal work, many thousands of pounds of foodstuffs are Roint; to waste, and the company is forced to stop collecting nearly all the goods for London. Therefore the Kreat main highway between London and the west is held up and all meat, fish, 'fruit and vegetable trains are stopped. The loss will be borne by the government which took over the railways at the beginning: war- "Ridpath" Clothes "POLITE TAILOR MADE APPAREL WILL HELP A MAN OR WOMAN TO SUCCEED IN THE WORLD. EVERYBODY HAS COURTESY AND RESP.ECT FOR THE WELL DRESSED PER- SON. GOOD DRESS IS A BUSINESS AND SOCIAL ESSENTIAL, BUT NOBODY CAN BE CORRECTLY ATTIRED WITHOUT THE AIO OF AN EXPERT CUSTOM TAILOR." Ridpath PHONE 730 The House of Style, Fit and Service 407 FIFTH ST. 6. S6150 PAID FOR COW; DEAREST IN THE WORLD North Eastern, "cow that jumped over the moon" did not achieve the heights of fame among dairy farmers gained by Langwater Dairymaid, a Guernsey of purest blood. She is the highest priced Guernsey cow in the world, having sold at auction under the bidding of gentlemen far- mers from all parts of the country for Charles L. A. Whitney, of Al- bany, was [fie buyer. F. Lothrop Ames of this town was the former owner. For Wall Papers, Burlaps and Room Mouldings Von will find our stock the largest and best assorted in Southern Alberta. Vidrolas and Records WE WILL BE GLAD TO SHOW YOU OUR STOCK. We have a large stock of cloth bound books. Regular and books now 75e or 3 for See Window Display. Robertson's Book Store 118 FIFTH STREET S. OLD BENTLEY STAND. Herald Want Ad Will Rent Your House Splendid Values in Women's Tweed and .Cloth. Goats Fashionable TAveed Goats, as low as S 1 0.00 A BIG RANGE OF ALL WOOL TWEED COATS Half lined, all fnll styles, belted or plain full backs. Gray, brown and blue mixtures. OTIB BETTER COATS In chinchillas plushes, soft Scotch tweeds, baby lamb an-i Zibalines. All up to date styles, belted or plain, with torpedo or cape-collars, priced at S22.5Q WOMEN'S LONG COSY KIMONAS Made from heavy eiderdown' materials in fancy designs. The colors are rose green blue, grey. Prices run from to HNO.EFRCT London. Oct. the late; hours of the session of the House of' Commons, Lord Robert Cecil, minis-i ter of trade, replied vigorously to the speech in which Colonel Arthur Lynch. Nationalist, had criticized the government's policy in the Balkans jy and Greece, Col. Lynch asking: "Whe-jr tber any outside influence had been I ailowed'to affect the British This reference apparently was to j the former friendship between the royal f-imilifis. "It would be impossible, at this stage, and under the present circum- said Lord Cecil, "to enter into a discussion of what we or our allies have said or are going to say to Greece, in reference to the present crisis in Knrnpnan affairs. "As far as the strategy of the Bal- kans is concerned, it has been guided! exclusively by military considerations, i and the only people who had anything; to. say in deciding the military move- nients were .the proper military advis- j ers of the government. The sugges- j j tion that any person, whether strictly a member of the government or not, has used any influence to deflect the policy of this country from princ.ples of sound strategy, is absolutely base- less, and utterly unworthy of this house." FOUR WERE DROWNED TWO CARS OF FURNITURE JUST UNLOADED THIS SHIPMENT IS AN ASSORTMENT OF SECOND HAND FURNITURE IN GOOQ CONDITION. SEE IT. IT WILL IN ALL PROBABILITY CONTAIN THE ARTICLE YOU WANT AND THE PRICE IS AWAY DOWN. THE CITY SECOND HAND STORE PHONE 1438 406 FIFTH STREET S. London. Oct. four members of the crew were lost in the sinking.of the' A-ldU- ilia. We Are Selling Lots of Furs Black Wolf Muff and Animal Throw; per set Black China Dog Muff and Animal Scarf; per Black Fox Muff and Neck Piece; per set Natural Wolf Muff and Animal Scarf; per set Hudson Seal Muff and Neck Piece; per set............. Mink Marmot Muff and Scarf; per set.................... Red Fox Muff and Animal Throw; per Also Coon, Isabella Fox, Lamb, Mink and round or flat muffs. YOU WILL FIND OUR PRICES THE VERY LOWEST THROUGHOUT.THE FUR STOCK. The Simpson Co., Ltd. Look at Tongue! Move Poisons From Liver and Bowel.at Once; Mother! Vonr child ian't naturally cross and peevish. See if tongue .Is coated; this is a sure sign its little stomach, liver and bowels need a cleansing at once. When listless, pale, feverish, full of cold, bad breath, throat sore, doesn't eat, sleep or act has stom- ach-ache, diarrhoea, remember, a gen- tle liver and bowel cleansing should always be the first treatment given. Nothing equals "California Syrup of for children's ills; give a teaspoonful, and in a few hours all the foul waste, sour bile and ferment- ing food which is clogged in the bow- els passes out of the system, and you have a well playful child again. All children love this harmless, delicious "fruit laxative." and it never falls to effect a good "inside" cleansing. Di- rections for babies, children of all ages and grown-ups.are plainly on the bottle. Keep it handy in yoiirjUonie. A little given today'saves a slcfe child tomor row, biit get tho genuine. Auk druggist for a 50-ccsi bottle o! "Call fcrnla Syrup ot Figar'tnen look nnd doc that if Is mnde-'UyMhb California Fig Syrup JUDGE OUR NEW STOCK of FALL SHOES CRITICALLY AM they will meet your most exacting re-.: (jiti rein en ts: Our store never coritain'od a finer or larger assortment of shoes that measure up to the highest standard of Good Value There arc many styles aiid makes to select'. froin.B-Prominent among 'them' being Dr. Reed's Cushion Sole For Men and Women Hurltmt's Welt Cushion Sole For Boys and r' Are Neat, Stylish and Comfortable. The Prices arc Right. HUFNER TheShoertiah 'Beside'Merchants'Bank ;