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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAW! TEN'. THE LETHnmDGE DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23. Iflltf ADOPT TREATY RESERVATIONS WASHINGTON. Oct. re- reservations TO the peace treaty were adopted today by ihe 5 MI RIB foreign rvlatlos committee, with iht- i Administration Leaders voiles solidly j Egn'ost tbeni. Railway Debale is Subsidies Paid in Ihc Past OTTAWA, Oct. to> in I On notion of Donald Suiherlaad bill Lo arr.ond ibe act. j respecting brau and shorts, was red TO ibe on agriculture, j Tbe bill 10 amend the Civil Seruce I an irlib respect to tbe salaries D( certain post tit asters and ibcu catuc up Tor second Mr. itir-t the ou i Q >icQutvrrie opposed the bill, loiters" re-vsiablfebmen. iuv-'i TCI whieli provided tor de- complete ITS report by The end of the tie -salaries lo> ihosc week- clals at Vancouver, Victoria. New lu reply-io Mr. Casgruin, the minis- Westminster, Jaw and EJnicm- Icr-.et railways said thai was an estimated deficit for the current yejref (lie CstatliMi Nonhern Mr. Casgrain listed about ihe sub- sidies IJ the different -r; In iru- years. Dr. Reid said, rfuj Grand Trunk bad re- ceivod [u cash subsidies There been no land During ibo last 37 years the Can- adian pavifLc Hallway received IJlr on tbe l grants to ibe C. P. H. were: Main Hne, acres; Soaris branch, l, 10S.710 acres; ci- 200.230 acres. Cash subsi.llee paid 10 ibe C. .V R. during the lafi-'JB years totalled Land were, C. N. R. o. acres. Manitoba and South eastern. C'-'.SSS acres. Secrctary of United Veterans League Has Close Call at Hands of Soldier Crowd r.' jolfect or [he bill was to coaunue in force an orJer-ln-couneil whlrh should nerer hate bccu passed and reduced [be salsrles of j those men 10 ibau wbai ihey >vere earning before war. Hon. A. K. McLean said that he could not SM bfid reduced biloiv uhai Uif-y were uheu the war lai act came into effect. salaries were filed loug tefore. the began. The house weni into cotumltiee on The biH and che chairman progress wilhoai discussion. The maiier ivill again uu at the nen session of Ice house. The debate on ibe second reading ol the Grand TrunK was rten re- 'sutceJ by K. Richardson, field, L. meat's proposal to Require this rail- way system. TOHOXTO. Oct. IV': whi) sc-crttBry of t1 I'niicd 'ViiTaus1 after n wa- in 1'ieeideut J'lynn's I vec.irii on Mondrt'y night. navriw t-scipe from mob violence L ue iJdressed 8 large erin? of ri turned men, uiuslly me DMS cf itt Uuiteil Vcierans" crowd became so incnnt-his ('i Hose, who suyt-U 1 husband's sid-j ibiDUgh'dui, :md KOSL" finally lahen tu ihu poll sTaiion for sdfekeepinK, and all poll rtvervi'jj called om. During the erciicmeut a policeai was -hit uith a brick, but vas i seriously hurt. Places Wreath V Craves of Heroic Dead and Hears Petain'sStorvuf HaHle VKHDUN. Oct. Ovtr historic and tragic baittefit-ld of Verdun, Ktng Alfonso of Spain -walked with Marshal Peia'.n, the chief defender or Ihc citadel during tlip troinendoua struggle that was in February nml March, 19 Hi. Tli ir kins proL'reJed 10 the m Hilary i-euietery, where tuv u wreath of ordijds lied with wide rib- bons formiut ibo Sp.mish colors, upoii which was tunned A irl'jute froiu ih? royal visitor. Kraiico was not surprised by the offonsive Vrrdu'.i, Mnrshul Peiaiu lold Hie kins during their walk over the Mulct The ]auer pipressisl when given this Iniorimukm. us it has been generally belie roil tUe Geruiaus huuichci! thutr attack almwi vvi'.houl Ucnnuuy is not rcpreJi'.'nieJ aiuoup delegatos to world cotton conference In New Orleans. auproved of the- EDMONTON'. Oct. Tta? Iho escape from death at 7 o'clock .this morning of (our pas- seneers and a moiormau on car No. 21 eastward bound along 102nd ETE- nne. crossing the ravine bridge at 130m street, the car leu the rails and swerved to the right, jumping Ihe guard lo? and plowing the (ootwalt and railing before crashing feel 10 Tjoitom or tbe raviae; From au n'reckage that nothing except, perhaps a house hit by a hish-exploEive shell, fire persons dugout alive and ppr- hap's one case, their 'injuries irere more palnfui than serious. The' injuries lo the motorman in charge, W. McLennau, appeared to be as seriousias any, his lett ami terns badly rcrosbeii 'and sulf.ericp from cuts about his head 'and face. -.David Henrv cut and bruised about Ihe hofly and J, E. Griennin auitaincd similar iniuries. A. J Adams was cul atout the face am the upper parts of the hody. but dlri ndi .even proceed 10 the generaJ hos pilal with the others. Keitb Cairns a-! university student, son of A. TV Cairns, escapee almost unscathed and" trie injuries "to William Ilrowm. of Jesper Plain, were also very flieht. Until the arrival of the ambulance, zirst aid was admin- istered lo the EuTferera at the nearby home of'J. D. Hunt, clerh of the exec- utive council. MILK HIM3H. Oct. 2? Tin-. Women's Institute teld i specinl inect-j ing on Friday ailcrnoon at the home i of Jlre. C. It was tiecJd-, tid lo a bos to the soldiers ol the i Convalescent Home. Calgary-, for Christmas, lirs. Shea. Mrs. Hiqck i and Mrs. Griffiths were appointed to take charge of pacting. Miss Kilty Tennant left on Monday for a visit in Calgary. Services were held In. the Catholic church on Sunday. C. A.vHuat and Hiniell ited tlii or. MOD day ou be- haU of the "Women's Institute. The catholic ladlei aid are holding their bazaar on Nov. 27. Don't forget ibe dale. Mr. Thos. Richardson, has relumed from a trip to Retina ind has moved bact io his own house. SletLer 1ms moved Into Mrs. Mc- Adoo's house, v A. R. Shea !s away on a busincas trip. A dance is being given la Elltert's ball on Friday nlgbl after the muvle. Mrs. Ed. "Welsh and Miss Cecila Welsh have cone on an extended visit to Chicago'. Mr. S. r. Harris Is on a trip to Chicago. Mr. anil Mrs. LeffingTrell of Warner were In town on Sunday. Constable Elralghtfield of Cbults has bsen.In lown for a few days oo business. The First Aid girls met oa Saturday p.iieniDOn Mantle. Lnte Mr. Andrew Johnson Dies As Result of Accidenhat (From Our Own ETZ1KOM, Del. -Cliarile Ward, NEGLECT A PAIN iiiy-and a bottte of pain- relieving Sloan's Liniment cTjOU need it ivhen the unerpectetf V-'rheumatic- twirige 'starts 'paid? aches following ei-1 lumbago, sore stiff Forgot all about buying another-hot tie and keep- ing it you? Get It today may nefd il tonlgbt-' This famocis .counter-irritant pene- Iratea without rubbing and scatters the congeslipD. The pain, or soon relieved, leaving co plaster or poulllce mussJness, no stained sfein. Thousands of regular users keep it baudy [or doa't.suf- How To Save Money! Goods for every day requirements for Friday and Saturday at prices you can't beat. Read over the prices, compare, you'll be convinced, but-remember these prices and Saturday only. MIXED WHITE WOOL BLANKETS }JadE ironi besi grade Canadian "Wool a sioall mixture 01 cotlou lhat increaspa (heir wearlLg quality. Full bctl sizo iSJiS4. M-eighl 7 Ibs., hlue or pink borders. Sterling value at the regular price of JH.53. Friday ncd Siiuiua..; -f o nn pairv............................................-...... 1 0 U FLANNELETTE BLANKETS Best quality anil largest size, i2-4. You can't beat A HG them .it "this price, pair I v DOWN COiWQRTERS you heve ono of these comforLcra you won't worry auout the cold nights. Good quality saleen coverings, pure t Q Art tilled. Full bed size. J13.5Q lo lOiUU ALL COTTON FELT MATTRESS Made of felled cotton'with heavy-roll edge, won't 1-7 A A sag, mat or get lumpy. Allvsizcs. Friday and 1 CUPS AND SAUCERS Jast righi for everyday use, plain white, clover leai OOP and prints. Dozen J2.75, DINNER SET One ODly, set .SS liandle of one vegetable dish liroken. Xeat pattern in Koyal Dcrhy ed'ecl. IMll (JT piece set. Sells at 537.50. Set 13 composed'of. S9 pieces, oo t r CROCKERY DEPARTMENT Visit our have not already done so. Six lines oFopen slock diuner ware lo select fro'm; also a large stock ol complete sets. aro otlerlag some French Limogfs sets et prices away below market value. one of our old was In IOTO Frlaaf7' Tbe sad fgneral of Mr, Andrew Johnson, one ol our pioneers took place at ElziJiom last dip- Mr. Johnson has been vvorVJng at Red cli'fl all fall in a brick yard, and whll< loading clar In a wagon In the clay a huge "bank gave way and knock ed him against the wagoa breaking three ,.rlha, OBC piercing -a- lung an'i frarlririilg bis skull- He. was hurrLecl to the hospital and opcraied onXbuL after four ot suffwinE he finally quccombcd. He leaves a -wire antl three children, who hare the sympathy or many friends. Mr'. 'p. Paul 'and Mr. and Caslc-y motored to- MeUlclne Hat on Thurs- day and were vlailora there" Friday and Saturtlay, reluroLng home Sun- day. Mr. from Korcj most lown last Dcsday 'on their way In the sale ai Orion. Mr. Olson look a. load of men lo the sale, hut they returned homo anylhinp, eve.-yihJng went su fer needlessly.- Three sizes" al all Caoadi) 70c, Olaflc in Sloan's Liniment Keen it handy REMNANT TABLE "FIDDLE-FIT" high. Mrs. Salmon were visitors at Jim' McFall's on Sunday. The Pure Bred Slock AJSOC- lallon meeting was Friday, as AO many of the members were not prnEcnt. A good: shower fell here last night and continues today. We oV looking forward ID (be storm Footer nas pre- dicted (or'tlio'SGlh. Mr. Charllo Fatrhlnj; to Vancouver for Pat- chlng'and'fanilly cxrecL to-folTbrc lat er OD, Sir. McKenzin hfifl returned Tiorair from Calgary where he'under- wenti'ah joperaffon' la nol'feel Ipg; very'well. yet. Aboard have securcd-lea- rTjofs last- and "flthpol, has .opened A "largp jewelry firm in New' York offered Ihc to, Ihelr em- cept, latter' rcfusc'd lo' ac- i i rtDLu Splendid selection of curtain nets, chintzes, cretonnes, bord- ered etc., all specially priced. FUMED OAK DINING SUITE fuoicd onk dining sutlc. Buffet Is of good size, plale glass mirror back, usual drawers and extra large cupboard. Table has round lop, 4S iiichc-s, extending to sli leet, pciluslal style. Five side aid one arm chair, parl ion tn in fatjricoid.'Worlh today at least il90.ift. Frl. and Sal. Iji.DU Bros. I HULL BLOCK EVERVTHING FOR 3rd AVE. S. HULL BLOCK PHONE 62b EVERVTHING FOR THE HOME AVE. S. PrioNE 625 j Keep Liver and Bowels j i j' Clean and Active Sick headache, con ted tongue, sour alirayn trace this to lorjnd liver; delayed, fer- menting food In the howcls. I'olaonous matter clogged in the In- testines, inslcnd of being cast cut of the system Is ro-abaurLed into 1he blood, thin poison reaches Iht rtcllcalc brain tlasuo II -causes con- and that dull, tlirotiblng1, aick- cnlig headache. Cascareta hnmcdlalcly' -cleanse the stomach, remote the BOUT, undigested food and foul gases, lake the excess biJc from. Ihe liver and carry out all thfe constipated waste'roatter and sons in the bowels. A Casraret tonight will havo you feeling clear.-roay and aa (It as a 1 vc" They work while you PATTERSON-BELL HAY QRAJN'CO. Ar< booking -orders -fop ear lols, oil cake meal or. nutted cafce; also goyern'nie'nt' free. hay and feed at remarkable low prices. ;0el fcu CHambftrs, 1563, Union AUCTION SALE Saturday Next October'25th .ON THE PREMISES, 508 12TH ST. A. NORTH COMMENCING AT TWO O'CLOCK' FRANK WADDINGTON INSTRUCTED BY THE O.WNEH, WILL SELL BY AUCTION, THE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AMD EFFECTS INCLUDING: Solid oak sfdcboani; cxlcn'JinK dining table: almost new 7- drawer 'Sinftr sen Ing'Machine, laljlc; line loj.cd eramn- phone wKli'.tA 'records'; ,i cllnlns chairs; violin anil (.ase; sanitary louniic and mattress: onilrTs rocker; large rockor; ivanlrolic; brnis Irlmmotl nnd single hcd complclc; M llnoleiim; 2 small ruirs; Iwo oak ilrcsser.i 20-i slanils. fealhcr sirlOmsriJ; klMien laWe; cnuch; kilclieu chairs; kitchen cabinet; mirror; liwl qnilto; bUnkcIa; Kent's fur lined coal, size 12; Bh'jcpllnud long rubber booCs. size- 7; Duck's Chiel range in order; Dig Ben clock; S any clock; washtubs. wheclharrow; plctctl loapot and sugar bos'l; ElBssMre; booSs, incliiiiinK "The Hoiucholil slcplatl. (lerR; lawn movvor; fcitcbcn aundrtfes, etc. TERMS CA3H A Touch Of Winter Weather Will Remind You Of The Need Of Warmer Clothing You can supply the whole family from nur extensive stock -of Underwear, iery, Gloves, Sweaters, Ladies and Children's Coals, Boys' Suits and Top Coiti at a price that is absolutely righ't advise early buying as manufnctur ers are already refusing repeat orders even at advanced prices. Wool Sweater Coats and Pullovers (jm, B For Men, Women and ChUdren THE VALUE5: ARE BETTER THAN YOU WILL SEE LATER IN THE BETTER THAN YOU WILL SEE LATER IN THE SEASON. Men's WooLSweater Coats........ Men's Pure Wool and Ladies' Pure Wool Sweater Coats and Ladies' Pure Wool Pullovers. and Girls' Sweater to Boys' Sweaters and up to Boys' Jerseys, all up to Watson's arid Penman's UNDERWEAR In Combinations and Two Piece Styles Ladies' Ribbed Combinations at up to Ladies' Vests and Drawers, 51.00, up to 53.50 Gent's Combinations, Ribbed, up to Gent's Combinations, woo! fleeced at and Gent's Shirts and Drawers, heavy Scolcb at, {Jent's Shirls and Drawersj wool, Jleeced at Girl's Ribbed Wool Combinations Boys' Ribbed Wool Combinations, at and 53.00 up to Vests and Drawers, Boys' Fleeced Lined Combinations, each 90c Girls' Black AVool Ribbed Tights, 85c up to Boys' Flat Natural Wool Combina- tions, per Infant's Fine Soft Vests, 40c, 60c, up to Women Stylish Warm Coats PLUSH COATS, VELOUR COATS, Salt's Guaranteed Plush Coats, up to Silvertone and Velour Cloth Coats, up to Heavy Tweed and Kersey Coats, io Girls Winter Coats at a Reasonable Price Girls' Kersey Cloth Coats, 3 to 6 year sizes J8.50 Girls' Heavy Corduroy Lined Coals 4 to Girls' Kersey Cloth Coats, 6 to fl year sizes Warm Wool Hosiery Here in Every Size Pure Ribbed Hosiery, sizes 7 to 10, per pair Pure Worsted Wool Hosiery, sizes io 10, per Ladies' Cashmere Hose, per pair...........65c, and In Black, Cream, Grey and Brown. Girls' Cashmere Hose, sizes 6 to 9, per pair'... 85c up to In Black, While and Brown. Boys' Heavy Cotton Rjbbed Hose, sizes 6 up to 10, per pair...........65c Boy and K nockaboul Brands. The Boys Like Our Clothes Because the styles are nifty, materials are substantial and prices reasonable, whal more could ihey ask. BIG BOYS' TVTO-PIIiCli SUITS Made up from puro woo) Iwtcils in brown find' grey mixtures showing all the lato atylc [ouches, sixes ?A to nt i o CA Other Tweed Suila In sjjrfie sizes At.................... and LITTLE BOYS' SUITS WITH CLOSE'FITTING COLLARS .Materials of twccd nnil In gro'y, Ijlue nml ljrcv.ii ipiixlurcs Mr suit, and i The Simpson Co., Ltd. ;