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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDUE DAILY IIERALb PAGE NINE RylandsV Sale .As lively us those irreat events have been in the past, tho cool weather has lent them new vim and interest; They are about the only way to describe them. More and bigger bargiuns eaeli week eontinno to: be their to attend them is becoming as iixed as any other household custom. We.'xe jici-e'with the goods again tonight the top-notcher of them all! Your Last Chance to Have Your Cut Glass Coupon Punched CHILD'S VESTS or DRAWERS Watson's tine ribbed white vents or drawers. Extra quality. Any size.to 14 yr CHILD'S BLACK TIGHTS Wool mixture. All sizes for tonight's sale each CHILDREN'S SLEEPERS Watson's "Plush" lined sleep- ers. Something real good. "7C Sizes up to 7 yrs. tonight I OC CHILDREN'S COMBINATIONS White or natural firm ribbed combinations with drop seat or closed crotch. All sizes CHILDREN'S JERSEYS Button at shoulder, navy or cardinal. Odd lines. On sale, each WOMEN'S VESTS Lous HtGGvc-, heck, heavy-- whito nibbed cotton. Sizes 30-40. Tonight only.......'... WOMEN'S VESTS Tiie famous "Velvn" make. Short; halt or Ions slocvcs. High or low neck. Tonight............... WOMEN'S COMBINATIONS Fine ribbed cotton, short sloevoB. Sizes 111 to 118 only. While they last, Tonight............ WOMEN'S COMBINATIONS in all sizes up to -14. Short or long sleeve.H. High or low neck. Each KNIT CORSET COVERS With short or long sleeves. Sizes 34 to 40: x---- WHITE FLANNELETTE 200 yards white Flannelette, will lie on sale for tonight only. Nine yards fnr 35c TURKISH TOWELS A special purchase of extra large, extra heavy bath towclB, natural colors, n pair............... FLANNELETTE BLANKETS 100 pairs white or grey flan- nelette blankels. 56 x 72 inches, On sale tonight, only rtj-f OC a pair............. NAVY SERGE SKIRTS Just received, your choice of 15 now skirts, siMS to QC 30 bauds, for...... HAIR RIBBONS of lf> bolts of new hair ribbon. 5 inches wide, val- ues up to 25c yard. 1 C- Tonight lOt CHILD'S CASHMERE HOSE Our big shipments of Old Country fine ribbed cashmere hose just received. 45c down to.......... MEN'S UNDERWEAR Penman's No. 80 wool fleeced shirts or drawers. All CC_ sizes, tonight UJC MEN'S COMBINATIONS Watson's closed crotch. Med- ium weight, fine ribbed. Extra Special. C9 ftft Tonight BOY'S COMBINATIONS Same quality as tho men's. Sizes 0 to 16 years. Cfl Tonight A Big Sale of Ladies' New ffl C Winter Coats Tonight Wo arc making a big leader of over 20'brand new coats for tonight only. They come in fine Scotch Tweeds and Darks Meltons, Vicunas, etc. The tires are principally 36, with a few 38 and 40. The time to buy coat' is tonight. 'You.get; a piece of cut glace with every coat. Coupons will be given with these Coals 12 only Tweed Suits for Women. Tonight for These are not this seasons, but they will come in nicely for those people who desire a suit for rough wear. The materials are Dark Cheviot Tweeds, Maroon, Bottle Green, Fawn, Brown, etc. The sizes, 34 to 42. The original values of the suits were to No alterations will be made at this price, which Is less than a Tweed Skirt would cost you. No Coupons with these Sale Suits The Successful Candidate Given Great Fisher Expresses Views J (Special lo UIP Herald) Fernie, Sept. general ex- citement over tho elections of candi- dates for the legislature was so great here that it was difficult to got de- pendable figures from outside pre- cincts regarding the vote on prohibi- tion and woman suffrage. In this rid- Ing prohibition has been defeated by 175 majority, but the correct figures as to the suffrage vote are still un- available, though it is known that is was carried by a small majority. In giving out the result of the vote here in Fernie, an error was made in regard to tho vote of J. A. McDonald, Socialist. There were three divisions in the polling booth and only the vote in one of these was given out at the time the list was being made. The vote in the other two added to tlie 42 previously reported gives Mr. McDon- ald 102 votes in Fernie instead of 42 as reported before. The two missing precincts, Gateway and Fruitlimns, have made no differ- ences in the total majority for Fisher over Uphill. Gateway gave Fisher 3, Uphill 11, and Fruitlands gave Fisher 0 and Uphill G. The Liberals were jubilant last night and when the final result in the j riding was known, scores of Mr. Fish- ier's friends carried him out into the 'stront. and placing him in an automo- bile, they marched through the streets, giving vent to their happiness in long and continued cheering. Mr. Fisher, though feeling the effects of a long and most arduous campaign, spoke feelingly to his throng of admiring friends, thanking -them for their mag- nificent fight for-his election. He es- pecially wished to thank his support- ers in Fernie, Coal -Creek and Michel for placing him at the head of the poll u eacli place. He took occasion to E The first car of foreign prunes ever cai'B of Amerjcari fruit which passed through Lethbridge. Speaking of preserving fruits Mr. Morgan advised consumers to buy these at once' as preserving fruits in British Columbia will not be as plenti- ful as they were last year, due to the ALMOST ALL IEAI brought into Lethbridge was received I fact that the'.severe winter affected iy Lethbridge Mercantile Co. yes- the orchards 'to such an extent that :erday, and arc on sale at the city gro- ceries today. A few days previous to he threatened railroad strike in the States shippers were notified that no more fruit would be accepted and luantities of fruit were shipped across lie-border to bo kept "rolling." A car of Oregon prunes got stalled at Mac- eod and the Letbbridge Mercantile were successful in securing it' from the shippers. These prunes are very excellent fruit and cost no more; than common varieties. In connection with' the recent em- bargo the C. P. n. re-iced seventy-two tlie yields per. tree will not be up to last year's average. The trees- blos- somed out well and' gave every ap- pearance of a good but .they lacked the vitality to bring: the fruit reference to the apple market Mr. Morgan says the western crop is. very fair and although the eastern crop is a failure, tiio market-here will have a tendency to remain firm. For, the'first time irr several years apples will be snipped to the east from Brit- ish Columbia! and already a number of cars have been sent. Willis Pianos Make Hit at Toronto Exhibition (EXTRACT FROM THE TORONTO DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, Duke pf Connaught Uses Wplis Pianos DUKE USES WILLIS PIANO Splendid Exhibit In the Manufactur- Building. i' His Royal Highness the Duke of Connaught and Strathearn, who is favoring the Toronto Exhibition} with hla distinguished is> lover of music, and his .Home at Rideau Hall, Ottawa, is supplied with Willis pianos. This is a tribute to the worth of the Willis instru- ment. The .popularity of the Willis piano Is based on Its merit'.-Wherever the instrument, is In ifaakes friends. The business of. the Willis .Company has increased 'inost encouraging manner in the Dtfinhv ion. For considerable more Athan half a century Willis pianos 'Jiavo been widely known Can- ada. World's famous artistes, public institutions and musicians, in sands or humes have favored the in struments with unstinted praise. JA splendid exhibit Jn- the turers' Building 'dteplavg .the. various styles of Willis pianos to excellent advantage, and has. elicited aidmtr- tion from (i host of visitors. A fig- ured walnut In satin finish 1. style R, is a permit piano. It Is small, but has a beautiful tone, and has Estab- lished itseU.as a favorite. Ah.other- popular instrument is ?i "kandsomo .style A'jJriiils XVi in figured with' catin finish. j; The ex- hibit also includes a Knabe Mignon- ette Grand of. unusua! attractiveness and, a, number of player with. metal-actions that have no superior. ;V" Willis Piano Bawden Bros. Store HULL BLOCK, THIRD AVENUE S., LETHBRIDGE H. C.C. MANAQiR': Very Few ing Up Cardston Waw Pro- gressing Rapidly Southern Alberta's wheat harvest will practically be over on Moaday. That's the word that is being passed round today. Of course there is go- ing to be some cutting to do in the case of late fields and on large farms where harvesting cannot be complet- ed in ten days. But even in the latter cases there will bo little grain left standing by Monday evening. Wheat along the Foremost branch is all cut, said a local railway official this morning. And the fields show a. magnificent stand waiting for the threshing machines. "Talk, he said. "I have seen some fine crops this year, but I never saw a finer stretch in every direction than is to be seen at Etzikom. North, south; .east and west, all that is ito be seen is Held after Held of stooks. It. is magnificent." O. T. Lathrop is in today from his farm at Grassy Lake, and his esti- mate is 80 per cent, cut along .that branch. From the Cardston district come reports that the middle'of next week will see cutting pretty .well finished. Everything is cut north of, the river, 'along the Rethuv branch, [and .Monday will see the finish.along the Carmangay. branch. I Only an occasional threshing rig is {at work as yet, but threshing" will start in earnest on Monday-and will be general the middle ot next week. By next Saturday a very fair i estimate' of 'the average yield should i be obtainable and Mrs. H. Scott, were two readings from Jliss Campbell and Miss Mc- Leay. Mrs. Fred King, of Sunflower Farm, Coaldale road, entertained her Sun- day school class of young men at her home last evening. The boys left Westminster chiiijc'h at 7.30, being driven to the farm by Mr. Heden- strome. A most enjoyable evening was spent playing old fashioned games, after which: a most sumptuous supper was served in which a "corn feed" played a part. The boys arrived home about midnight. -The Prisoners of> War Fund com- mittee packed the regular fortnightly parcels yesterday. They desire to gratefully acknowledge groceries from Mrs. N. W. Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Sherlock, Mrs. J. A. Jackson, Sirs. Brymner, Mrs. J. 0. Robertson, Mrs. W. H Morris, Miss Wootton, iMrr J. H. Wallwork, Mrs. Mrs. W. J. Armstrong, Mrs. Colpman, Mrs. J. D HIginboUiam. Mrs. H. N. Higin- botham, Miss Phillips, Mrs. T. H. Ed-, munds, Gwen, Maisie and Paddy Bow- man, Mrs. Thompson; a parcel ready packed from Mrs. Naismith; money from Mr. Jas. Thompson, Mrs. Hen- derson and Miss Tilley. T A very pretty wedding was solem- I nized this afternoon at Wesley par- sonage when Miss. _ Mae Elizabeth Smith became the wife of Mr. John Brown McKerrow, Winni- peg, and formerly of this city. The ceremony was performed by Rev. G. H. Cobbledick. Miss Jean .Mclndoe was the bridesmaid and .the groom was supportedby Mr. L-ancelot Snow- don. After a short trip to western points, Mr. and Mrs. McKerrow reside in the PHONE 1224 Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Maltby and little daughter Iwne left'on a to coast cities Miss Hfe of Alltston, Out, IS visit ing her sister, Mrs. H.'H. Mis Bella Lintick of fcalgary is the I guest of Mrs J, I j H The tedfes of'ttio Red Cragg are in charge of T. H, Keith's'store today, i and tonight they will still be there and will .serve refreshments after the picture shows are out. v Major and Hardistj hayfe re turned from thelfThoneymoon "spent at Banff and at Braemar Caispry A Iberian t Mrs H. 1ms returned to the.city from a fttd weeks' Visit wmi iier brother, Mr Victor A xMayo, ID' The nonthly meeting of the W. M S of.Knox church was held evening with a good An interesting part of the which was in the hands of Mrs. Needs say to Ills hearers Unit though elected as u liberal, ho wanted to say to the people of all nf the district Hull now that lie wan elected as Iheir rupro- sontullvo. he proposed to bo the reurn- sentativo of Liberals, Conservatives and Socialists, hi whatever part of the riding, from Canal Flats to Gatowuy and from Gateway to Crow's Nest, they may happen to reside. He fully omlm'sci! the stand taken by his leader. Mr. HrewHter. upon the land (juestiou and tlie financial policy he proposed to follow. Ho also fully endorsed tho stand of Mr. Brewster whun lie said that if returned to pinv- or he would make It part of hln policy to compel Mr. Bowser and bis govern- ment to account for the illegal method they had pursued in dealing with rail- ways, lands, and in their course in the so-called plugging charges last sprlnc. By again returning Mr. M. A. Mac- Donald at the head of the poll in Van- couver along with every Liberal candi- date iu that city with overwhelming majorities, tlie people who knew most about those charges have passed a most effectual verdict which can not be explained away by even the ex- ports at explaining. Victoria, too, where the investiga- tion wus carried on has again spok- en so emphatically that there is no longer an excuse for tho perpetrators of that scandal, and they should be brought to book for such methods. j Mr. Fisher was .cheered to tho echo and at a late hour, after parading the streets with improvised torch light processions the crowd disbursed, and today the town is as quiet as after a Sunday school picnic. The women of the town are happy over the fnct that whether the refer- endum vote on equal suffrage carries or not, they have the assurance of Mr. Brewster, that it elected, one of the first bills that his government will in- troduce in the legislature will be one to give women the legal right, which he claims they have by natural right, to vote upon all questions. If prohibition has not carried this time, they say they will see to it that.it does next time, which will be as soon as such an election can be brought about. NELSON FOR PROHIBITION Nelson, B. C., Sept. gave a majority for prohibition of 287. "The sales of Noblemen Cigars have more than trebled during the past three mouths. Have you tried one HEALTHIEST ONE IN THE FAMILY No Sign Of Drop.r And Kidne Sine. "FRUIT-ACTIVES There are so many uses for Old Dutch t h a t i t's a house- hold necessity HiTTIE W4RREN Port Robinson, Ont., July 8th, 1915. have used "Fmit-a-tives" in our liou.se for over three years and hava always found them a good racdicino. Our lilliegirl, Haltie, was tratibled with Kidney Disease. Tho Doctor said sho was threatened with Dropsy. Ilerlimbs and body were all swollen and we began to think she could not live. Finally, wa decided to try She began to shoiu improvement after we liad given her a few tablets. In a short timo, the swelling had all gone down and her flesh began to look more natural. Novr she is the healthiest one in the family and has no signs of the old ailment, We can not say too much for Fruit-a- tives" and would never be without WILLIAM WARREN. Me. a box, 6 for trial size, 25o. At all dealers of sent postpaid on receiptof price by Fruit a-tivesLimited, .Ottawa. FORD TO VOTE FOR WILSON Now York, Sept. Ford, Detroit automobile manufacturer, now In California, declared today that he and "his neighbors" would support President Wilson for re-election, it was announced at Democratic head- quarters tonight. ALD. GUILBAULT DEAD St. Boniface, Man., Sept. man Edouard Ouilbault died this mor- ning after several days' 50. FAVORS DfiY MONTANA Helena, Sept. Democratic state convention has gone on record in favor of a dry Montana. WHEN USING WILSON'S FLY PADS READ DIRECTIONS CAREFULLY AND tHEM Far more effective than Sticky Fty Catchers. Clean to handle. Sold by Druggists and Grocers everywhere. 111 U, 1 and pottnd cant. also Fine Perco- i Canadian Red Lethbridge I Cross Society Branch :'v An urgent appeal has been made from headquarters for money for ;the purchase of MEDICINE are RUNNING' 'SHORT and in order to raise immediate funds the local branch of the '.Canadian Eed Cross Society are holding Monster Jumble Auction Sale On Friday and Saturday, Oct. In the Stand lately occupied by the Standard Furniture Co., Dominion Block, 4th Ave., S. And the public of Icthbridoe and district are earnestly invited to. cooperaV- with tlie committee in making this sale a huge fhuiiiual snocess by sending in any aruno or number which can vbe turned into cash. We m.iW a spo-ial appeal to the farmers to make this an opportunity for a thank oflcring for their bountiful crops, and of poultry, produce and so forth Avill be much appreciated. It facilitate the arrangements ii the public will kindly "intimate theiri intention of giving to either of stile undersigned at time between now and of the sale. Frank Waddingtoii, A. J. Blackburne, v. .Hon. Auctioneer and Secretary. Hon. Treasurer.1' The free use of the-Store has been kindly donated- by '-Mr.i W.' kelson. ;