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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOBER 27.1920 THE LETHBRJQGE HE1ULD PAGE NINE "As Good as Counted" Declares Democratic Chairman, "With Others in Reserve" NEW White, chair- man of the Democratic national com- in statement here Sunday forecasting the result of the election, predicted that Cox apd Roosevelt will have 2J6 Sectoral votes, "as good u (lie Republicans and that wm win majority Ot thft S. in conditions var foils tKerBtifaraent two days! baye'been receiving revtsec It IB now to give to the public i statement 61 tfur'-proi Frqrri Hayj' "I realize that tfi'e customary ac of stage of la's 'f ignl Ik to'clalm'-everythmg in the hope1 lie can 'persuade wavering Voters with his.side. Mr Hays, my given m southern t "Nevertheless I am.-, prepared make' honest Btatemen of the situation. 1 shall reserve th will carry hi cause 'tlie.pnbli'e.) would not eipect m to acijualpt manager Tvith tiur'campaign rplanB. nut 1 d say tnjsK; i i "Governor r.Cqx .Mr.. .Roosevel will have 222 electpral votes east the Missouri rijer and 44 west of th tptp] of 265 asigooi p.s' counted: --This .is within, ten o the to elect.. .Th Republicans haye ifjl I regar as good for them. Th (rir.conteBt. In th decided swjng now In progress tdwar the Democratic we'will carr the majority of 111, a. very coi forlaWe victory indeed. "This prediction: 1 am co f borne out'electio GERMANY. SIGNS UP TEN TREATIK PARIS, Berman go surprise Uhe connclj bf'the League of Nation Bias sen't'fp thd In don ten treaties pr'dis.plomatic agre .'merits'enteVgiJ Int'oifey, Germany wl Jancary was learned hers today. This st was taken in consequence o( the c cular IhvlUiiloJi'senJ-to all-the gov- .crnmcnts'bf.ail-'the world, except that Hussiijiby order.ol the league council at in Rome in Tho has now 36 u ym ut a of DUipuptim all tfe Ptji'i JHepetuli aeia tUmachi in order at OBB. Large Me cm dmptoro. American Ridicules Talk of Re- bellion and Street Fighting BERL1N7 Oct. The Freihelt asserts' that -120.000 monarchist White, guards ara mobilized'la East Prussia and v that a-plot is proceeding be- tween Batavla, which is regard- ed as headquarters for the mon- archist movement, and Kast Prussia for .co-operation, to throttle the republic when tbe opportunity arrives. LONDON, pcL D. Vanderlip of who recently visited Russia, has sent a telegram from Copenhagen saying, lie has con eluded an extensive arrangement with the soviet authorities by which an or- ganization of western United Stales financiers acquires a 60-year lease of a vast'.tract In Northeastern Siberia, with eicluslyc rights to develop coal, oil, and fisheries. Mr. Vanderlip states toat'his associates are the heads leading financial institutions -west ol the Rockies. The tract comprises some miles.' He says that active .operation wiU bo. liegun in the. spring ,oi next yearr Vanderlip adds coficerniug his recent visit to Moscow: "1 am bfghly amusod by stories con- tained in recent foreign papers about tbe rebellions In. Russia.. Moscow Is. city In the world. Re- ports of rebellions and street fighting j are absolutely false and-1 believe for- :eign propaganda designed to prevent legitimate United Slates business ac- tivity In this grea't Russian market." SAVAGELY ATTACK. SPANISH TROOPS LONDON, .Oct. 37-Spanish troops ccrcnvacded. by General Elerenguer, high commissioner for Morocco have been savagely attacked in the out- skirts of says a'.Tang jar', -dispatch to the Ixini Tiraes., .In- addition a column com- manded tyr General: Barrea has suffer- ed seVere losses, it is said. While clearing gardens around ihe city ol hostile more than 120 were killed or wounded, it is stated. Strong Declaration of the For; mef Foreign. Minister of Italy BRUSSELS, Oct. For- eign Minister TittonI .of. Italy; speak: ng to the correspondents about his' report on monopolies presented at the meeting o? the council.of the League of Nations yesterday "We ninst have economic tmlty, or we will have a third Internationale or communism.' Monopolies must be abolished, or the working Masses will he driven further toward revolution. 'All raw materials must be placed at the 'disposal of the whole world on an equal basis; all artificial hindran- ces to production must be removed.- Slgnor Tlltdnl also declared In fav- or ol freest possible .trading between nations. The of the League ot Nat- ions has'decided to appoint a com- mission on seven nes and eight not mandatories. Possibilities of Getting Product to Market at Winnipeg Meeting V N WINN1PEC, Oct! has sufficient bituminous coal within her borders to supply not only her present population, but also that of the stated Mr. F. W. Gray, editor jot. the Canadian Mining Journal at the first of the three-day meetings of the sec- ond annual western convention of the Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy.' today. During session, Mr. Rheumatic Pains Q-tcWr bsed By Hurila's WlianJ OH 'A safe and effective preparation to relieve the pains of Sciatica, Latne Back and Lumbago is Hamlin's Wizard Oil, It pene- trates quickly, drives out the sore- ness, and limbers; up the stiff ach- ing joints and muscles. Ward Oil b a good preparation' to hare in the medi- cine chest Cor first aid when the be far away. You will find almost daily nses for it in cases of sadden mishaps or accidents such as bruises, cots, burns, bites'and stings. Just as reliable, too, for' earache, toothache and croup. Always keep it in the house. J5C. .kit :heaiiclj8 try HimUn'e Wlurt pleasant little pink plllj at diafditl lit Sfc. treaties among which are 15 sent (n work; Mi8s Van _____ .by Britain. 'JJelglnm has not tnat; she became engaged to yet copinjied with of the April; 1920.: She expend- Icagne-for Belgian mil- ed 'jlOOo'bn her trosseau, she stated, tlcry convention wlti France. and sbe plowed her lover to Toron- o. on mandates composed ot JJurmg BeMiun, members representing mandat- spoke on the part the coal Held idilght ofnatlonaUlles that are the wcst n Canada will-play m Canadian national development. He saId thai: nntprtunately of ;20Ofl miles Intervened between'a'Btern coal fields and the Saekatcbewan lignites along the inler- jtfonal border. This gap could speak- er maintained but' two things were required .to.achieve this end.. Wrst, an extension of the Great Lakes waterways .that would Nova Scotia coal to-enter Lake .Ontario by water.carriage without breaking bulk, and second, the adoption by rail- ways of a" comprehensive program for thb annually increasing transport of the'western coal fields, aa damages for, afl4ed breach defendant was an offl- so pre'nslng, said the speaker, that-lt might well turn out that an" export In coal would precede the de- TORONTO, Oct. Woods HcKeown of Toronto, a Btuflent at law, is bilng sued by Miss Mariette Van Horde, of Brussels, Belgium, for cer'In the anny when the pair-met the plaintiff was engag- Ilrry cppvebtlon-'wltli FT V '.'-.''i Couglu lo, the trip costing her The-defendant has filed a counter 'against the plaintiff for damages and J1.600 general '.images, a Toronto lady being involv- 1 in his claim- He alleges that Miss 'in Horde, and the Toronto lady In conspired against -him and rried on a newspaper .propaganda purpose of 'Injurldg him both e fore and alter the bre'ach'of prom- lye action was launched, and.Miss Van li MTftf'cbttgh or cheat qorde'a picture was published in-Tor- cpld. accompaniod with. s_oreness, throat newspapers, he states, for the ___ liclpi try-' tins cousli rcrnerty. A you with fca.' treness, cult brc .you want quick 1 old home-madu can supply 1'inex. Pour li-oz: bottle and fill (lio eolith remedy. .'It: tnstea cooil, anil in fpito of its can lo' You -can" couch Tt arid .this info, ft _ ____ __ bottle--'with "plain sucar Hyrup. you clarified mo- lasses, corn fjrup, instead of if desired. This recipe makes ol really remarkable :ooil, and in ___, ,___be depciwled Ittirk lastini; relief, this take hold of a business. --------------._UCA the phlogtn, slops throat .tickle, arid spotlies and licala i irritated mr.inpra'neB line the throat and bronchial tubcit wtth prorarit- ccHninly that it is really 1 1'iifx la'. npeeinl 'snd V.ieMy concert- t rated, pompmimi (if ncnuinn Norwuf pine exira.ct.-ajd is p'rokablv the best means' Tpf -overcoming eercra coimhs, thrtiat cjicsl folrla. TJierc arn Imitations this miiturp.! Tp nvoW IfH', ivnnrcs of Fines" .vitiiftill dlredlons nnd don't .irccnt nnv- ,-fhmc' else, Oimfarlccr) to civt- nh'olg'io faterncflQn Of: Jnnncy. promptly- re- fundcij. The I'liMix Co., Toron'o, Onl, r__of h6'iding him up to public ridicule and contempt. He contends that fie Is.not In a financial .condition to he fa.lled In his final i ominatlon. i- r-4----' I A Philadelphia Judge says ha would make: it a cause for divorce for a wife not to read the papers, If ,he i were enacting the laws. OHNIEREST WOMEN Thirls a Stofrt Letter, But 1 the Reliability of FjlQM, MACLEOD RI Additional results of the on o- prohibition referendum in the acleod constituency are ac Follows Yes No aldron 7 5 lllsl'oro rS' roolc 12 9 haptuan C- 13 vinge'one 12 5 err....................12 11 win Butte..............15 18 ry Fork S S oread Eagle.............'13 10 .SUGAR PRICE MEW YORK, Ocl. ugar was quoted wholesale at 11 to Scents today. Retail prices were un. banged at 12 to 1C cents a pound. WAGSTAFFE'S Celebrated MINCEMEAT "The Mincemeat With A Punch" It all the flavor, made from a celebrated formula that boon handed down from generation. TRY IT, tt may colt afewcento more t it a. It made tram ttM FINEST AHB ASK; YOUR GROCER FOR IT table Compound. Bothxtellii was weak an ran down, had and was ne me told [me to try-Lydia E. Pinkham'a. Vege- table Compound, and now I am get- tingatrong. Irewm- mend your medicina to my friends, and yon may'UM my Bothwell, -The reason why .he purpose'of providing fuel for .local manufacturing Industries. t had hitherto been ppa-' sibility of coal for -acri on tne Iemale, export shipment at: and Bu parts Of t] at Prince 'Rupert, ,was thereby jfcnuafly testifying t lessened. The British markets was open to any coal; field in North America that ;could get its coal to tidewater within c'ommerr cial limits of cost of rail haul. Lydia K. pound is .woman's ills is because strengthening properties of good roots L .d wnich ,oh the female -organism. Women country are con- islifyine to its strengthening, and as it contains no jv. conans no 'narcotics or hai'mfuV.drugs it is a for 1 advict writa Lydia E. Medicine -Co. (con- Lynnji A t, t, tf o be opened, reaJ, 'and'answered by Women orJy. _ TO HOLD MACSWINEY. FUNERAL IN 'FRISCO'-> ____ ,_, A SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. Memorial exercises Including a funeral procession with coffin and ImaTsekre platinert by Irish societies here for next Sunday to commemorate the (loath of "Lord Mayor MacSwiney' Cork. 9 Ladies Keep Your Skin Clear, Sweet, Healthy With Gtiticura Soap and Cuticura Talcum SWELLINGS AbsorbmeJ' Winter Overcoats Ulsters Stylish Gpmfort Personified Each coat shown a detail too small to be as well as outside construction thorough. Dont purchase your winter coat until you have compared style, fit, quality and you1 djtv the result will be that you will buy a Fashion Graft 3M shops in Canada offer selection. LOUISKEEL LETHBRIDOE iimmuimiiiiiHtini of WALES CHEWING TOBACCO Canada's standard since 1858 iiiiiiiiiiiimniiiiiii A Word to the in on These REAL SAYINGS While the Getting Is Good f plOADING QALE asb i ALL OUR NEW FALL STOCK ON SALE AT BIG REDUCTIONS MEN'S SUITS In Men's for the money_you will find any-' wjiere.' Reg. 'Salo ling. Suit- Sale Keg. Suit- Sale .......r Hog. Suit- Sale Hcg. Suit- Sale MEN'S OVERCOATS We still have an excellent range of Men's Overcoats, all at sale prices. lieg. Aft Keg. tfj j it nn Sale licg. Afl MEN'S FUR COATS Now fs tlie time to prepare for the. cold weather by grabbing one of these at a big saving. Black dogskin and china beav- er coats. Hcg. Sale Reg. Sale....... MEN'S FUR CAPS Rat and Hudson seal, in dif- ferent stylos. Itc'g. CA lidg. Sale ME'N'S MACKINAW COATS Take a look nl Ihnse Mackln- aws if you un all-wool coat nt a lilg reduction. Reg. Oti Rale lcff. Sale (Mo Art MEN'S FUR MITTS Dogskin gauntlet driving mitts, good roomy cuffs. Regular Regular nn MEN'S IMITATION FUR GAUNTLET MITTS Kubber interlined, Inrgo cuffs, horschide face. Keg. OA Salo Reg. Sale..............Jd.OU MEN'S SHOES Black and clnrk brown, in thn block tbe and recede toe.- Reg. un to [iair. Sale, pair BETTER QUALITY MEN'S.DRESS SHOES Dress SHoes, in the Just Wright and Gold Born! makes. SUITCASES AND CLUB BAGS Dig savings on these. Regular Aft Regular ftfi Salo..............ipO.UU Regular Regular tlfi Oft saio............Mp.Uy RcgDlnr Sale.....; MEN'S NECKWEAR New just arrived. Regular Kale Bain Rosulnr Knlo Kegulnr Kalo......... MEN'S WORK PANTS Heavy moleskin, will wash antl -wear well. Extra value. Regular JA Sale, HEAVY GREY UN- TEARABLE TWEED PANTS, A ilnndy for the cold wea- ther. ._ CC'1 Sale, PENMAN'S FLEECE LINED UNDERWEAR Combinations. Reg. f suit. MEN'S UNDERWEAR All wool (luaiilles, combina- tion styles. Heavy, ribbed. Reg Sale, suit Fine flat knit. Reg. Sale, suit......pO.UU EXTRA VALUES IN MEN'S HEAVY SOCKS; Regular QC Salo Regular t C Sale Regular djl 'AA Sale, 3 pairs for.. MEN'S HEATHER MIXED HOSE All wool, ribbed, medium t weight. Reg. tl'OC pair BLACK CASHMERE HOSE Fine qualities. Hegular .41 9ft Sale, pair Regular Regular Sale, pair OUC' THE STORE WITH THE REAL BARGAINS FRED THAELL 5TH ST. SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE ;