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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta JJAlL Y HKKALU "THE SAVIOR OF POLAND" AND ALLIES WHO HELPED HIM General of France, who has been slven the rank ct Marshal of Poland. Is her? seen iviili Ih- lllled staff which advised Imn durios (he fisht lo tur n back Hie KeAs. Left lo riiilil, from row: Lord non. British Minister; Gen. Weygaud. Sir M. Uankcy. .1 ust back of Lord D'Aberuou is Sir II. Riimbold nri'ish Minister to Poland; nest. Gen. liadi-liffp. repi-esentitij: the British War Office: back of and between fien. mid Sir M. Kantey, M. 1'anafitu. r'rencli Minister to'Poland, at extreme right. C. F. Preidriei-kl chief of prulurul- back row in front of nifhr, Ci. I'oboeki, cliiiif.of staff, and lo left, M. Vieriou ot the French Foreign .Office. ILLINOIS RESULTIS INDOUBT ClllC-iOO. Sept. close race fcelween the Lovrden anil Thompson candidates today made necessary a complete count of the TOWS'cast In festerd'ay's primary to determine the results. Supporters .of Mayor Win.! Hale Thompson swept Chicago, win- nins all county and city uoihlnations for their men, kit the adherents of Governor Prenk O." Loivdeu carried she rest of the state by a large major- ity, leaving the political scales waver- j tog. this morning gave Frank L. :Smilh, Thompson candidate for United States and Win. B. McKinley, Ixpwden candidate For tie gubernatorial nomin- ation. Lcn Small; a Thompson man, ;had 156.172, while: Lieut. Governor Ogelsby of the liowden faction had PROTEST AGAINST LUXURY TAX WINNIPEG, Sept. against the imposition of the new luxury and other taxes vvss made personally to Sir Henry Drayton, finance mln'lster, here-today by deputations representing whole- sale grocers merchant tailors. In the' case of the tailors he ad- vised them to prepare their argu- ments and submit them to the tariff revision commission of which he is chairman, upon Us return to Winnipeg October 14. FLIGHT THE USl RICA. Sept. of and OTTAWA, Sept. 16. iTaliadlau eipecleil thai.Ihe pro- jected cross-Canada flight, from Hali- fax to Vancouver, will be made dur- ing the lasl week or September. The j Fairey seaplane which is to be flown i from Halifax to Winnipeg, Is now be- ling assembled at Montreal, and will jbe flown from there to Halifax hv I Col. It. Leckie of the Air Hoard, in i preparationf for the start of the east- ern end of the Journey. Cnl.' I.ecliic will be accompanied by Major Basil FIcbbs. D.S.O., D.S.d, anM bar. as re- serve pilot. If sulficienl fuel can be carried, it Is not anticipated lha'. peace parleys. Iliga Is paying little ihcrc will be need for.landin- attention to the coming ilesotialions wilh the plane between Halifax iiuil between Poland and the Russian Bol- Winnipeg. The Journey across OUa On the Democratic ticket, i. s'bevik. The only indication of the Wa is expected to he made about 1.30 H. Lewis, former senator, won handily j presence here of the Bolshevik dele- the niornin ever B. O'Hara for, trie subcTujtGrlai gation is a red Sag on a single EovieLifro. nomination, but" the race for the sen- ale candidacy was clolu between H. E. Burke and P. WAiiw. Only about hanV ot the votes regis- tered In Chicago-were cast, about the same proportion of men stayiug away from the polls as women. iollowing thG' start und Commando automobile standing before the Saira wards, ol the naval department., is ar- Petersburg Hotel, where the Russians ranging scries of searchlight guides are quartere.l. The rain-soaked streets I and will also prolmblv exchaWe are practically dessrled. This flour-1 light Wi0l (ne aviators i factions, been reduced lo The Letts are much discouraged over the ruin wrought by the war, but are loud in ttieir expressions of satisfaction that tlie Russian Bolshevists have been repelled from I.etvnvand other Baltic states. TRIIRO N. S., Sept. in the. Colchester by-election which is being held in conseq.ncnce of (lie ap- pointment of Hon. F. II. McCurdy as minister o[ public works, will begin tonight with the opening of an ad- vance poll for the convenience of ;rallwaymen, sailors and commercial travellers, whose duties will preclude tliem from being present in Colches- ter on Monday next, election day. The advance poll will also be 'in operation Friday and Saturday nights. This af- ternoon a meeting to wbich ladies were especially invited, was held in FERGUSON HOLDS SEAT 1'RBSCOTT. OnU Sept, Soulh Urcnvllle election protest case Gordon counsel for I injury in the, pulp ur Payne, defeated IJ.t'.O. (an-1 woocl areas. It Is planned to man cunic to an abrupt conclusion a few minutes alter court met this after-i noon. G. Arthur Payne, defeated U.t'.O. can- didate, announced lhal he had tieciu-' ed .to .williilraw his clienl's claim lo the seal and the unseating of Hon. G. 31. Ke'rguson [ell through. BUG WORM EATING INTO PULP WOOD HAILEYBURY, Ont., Sept. 16. Dominion government sea- plane with a number of govern- ment forestry., officials, arrived here yesterday to survey the pulp areas of Temiskaming and alco to locate the pathway of the bug worm which is spreading-into On- tario pulp wood forests from Northern Quebec and. Is. causing CANADIAN MINISTERS planned tomap :hs threatened arias and notify the timber owners in order that they may salvage their timber in advance of the bug worm out- break. GOING TO EUROPil Sept. more members of the goverjiment leave for the Inlerests of Captain Hugh IKckson. Kr.rope this week, lion Held miu- the Farmer-Labor candidate. [isler of railways, and Senator Hlou-l The principal speaker at Ibis meet- din, iiobtmatuergaioral. Senator Blnn- Ing was R W. B. Burnaby. of Toronto, provincial minister of agriculture. To- morrow ijight Sir George K. Foster, minister of trade "and commerce, will address a mass meeting in support of the candidature of his colleague In the cabinet. NEGOTIATIONS FOR INCREASED WAGES Sept. for sn Increase in wages and revision of conditions between Hie lines' committees of the Can- adian Brotherhood of liailway Employ- ees, O.N.R, and G.T.P. railways and .the management of tilt roads, will 'commence in Toronto next Tuesday instead of'Winnipeg, it was announced today by II. A. general chairman of the C.X.lf. committee. Ap- proximately K050 employees will be 'i effected. din is tn attend the international uos- la! .nrpMtim, iu Madrid. GOT TIMBER LIMIT WITHOUT COMPETITION; REGISTRATION AT SASKATOON TORONTO. Sept. lo i have had only a slight acquaintance- j ship wilh Hon. G. Howard Ferguson, j former minister of lands, forests and I mines, and declaring that he-knew ot[ no particular reason why he should have been so favored in the mailer of obtaining limber limits, 3. ]J. King- slon. o[ Now Uskoard, told Justices! .Iliddell and I.alliford. at Ihe limber I inquiry here toddy, lhat shortly before j the lasl provincial elections were held I he iiad been Riven a license for SI square, miles of limils in Stanley ImvniOiip willmiit competition. NEWFOUNDLAND CUTS OUT PASSES SASKATOON, Sepl. llcgistra- tioTi'in Saskatoon had nol reached two thousand up lo nonn today, according 'to-thc iiliamher of the local temper- "nts' P.'s and clergymen...... anco crjinmittee. The last list con- wittloul distinction, will have to pay! talnert R'OO names, and it is thought travelling farrs. The coin, j that this number will 'he i'nlssion propost-n builuing n cnasinl j alion. terminus at ArKcntin, which will br; i ST. JOHN'S, Xflil.. Sept. railivay cngiiminsioii lo- (lay inslnicted conductors lo retuse loj accept passes, and .in tlir> future mem-1 hers of parliarnnnl anil I hi- Icfiisiiilivc j council. magis'lraics. merch-j all in the present registrati U.S. CITIZEN WAS KILLED BY MEXICAN Sept. Speed. :j l.'iilifii Ntatcs citizen ot Der- .by.' Tcsas. V.VK shot and killed by a naincil Santiago CVvazos on Hie em[ nf -the Inlcrnalional rodt.britlge .Vuevo Laredo, xostcr- day. according to ,1 telegram received loda.t: by Ibo stale'department froiii fhe ITnlled .Stalt-a confiul'at thai point. Cavazos is now iu jail nl Xucvo used as a winter porl. THE C.P.R. TO ADD THREE NEW LINERS MONTH BAU SepI" The Cana-l Ulan I'atillr, Ocean Service liners will! bo increased by approximately 750- 090 tons noil year. II was announced al dm hca.lquarturs of Ihe company this morning. Throe larse liners, built aflor Hie plan o( Ihe jMInncdosa will-be lidded to trie Mont- real service nexl' spring. Th the Monlcalm, Hclapedia. Monlmurcncy Morning at 11 o'clock Jn the United Church, North Lethbi-idge In Wesley Church at 7.30 It is expected thai Mrs. Me- Climrj will address i meeting in the afterno6n down town, WATCH .THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER ,16, ,1920 Truly a Marvellous Showing of Fall and Winter Merchandise THE NEW PIECE GOODS BROAD CLOTH SUITING, S1LVERTONE COATINGS. ENGLISH SERGE DRESS GOODS. BLANKET CLOTH COATINGS, DUCHESS SAT- INS. SATIN JERSEY FOR EVENING GOWNS. ALL THE NEW SILVER AND GOLD FtOUNCINGS AND BANDINGS. Women's Coats, Suits, Dresses and Furs Boys'Suits and Overcoats, Wool Sweaters Test this Store, a new season is in the making, and the large varieties and the desirability of the new goods we for you demonstrate that this store is ever on the alert to serve you in an efficient manner with merchandise of worthy value. HOUSEHOLD LINENS AND BEDDING SHEETINGS, PILLOW COTTONS, BED SPREADS, TOWtLS, -TABLE CLOTHS, NAPKINS, FEATHER PIL- LOWS. ENGLISH DOWN QUILTS, SCOTCH BLANK- ETS, CANADIAN BLANK- ETS, AMERICAN BLANK- ETS. "Extremely Smart" Describes the Mw Fall Suits to mention ihe smart lines of these, tailored nrodds IB-'merely to hint at their full beauty No need '.C-aucmpt lo describe them. Oae conld not do justice lo their' originality and the -charming ways in which nch embroidery, and far trimmings bare been brought into play. LADIES' BROADCLOTH SUITS 1 N'avy. brovrc and Uupe. beaver or sea! trim- I inlngs. long tailored lines, silk lin-sd, dressy, com- fortable SUITS OF ENGLISH SERGE AND TRICOTINE Navy, brown' and beaver, pretty fall styles carefully tailored, silk lined. at FALL SUITS OF WOOL VELOUR Shades navy, brown and castor; deep fur col- lars of beaver, seal or chinchilla; coats are .on long straight lines with touches ot embroid- ery; silk .or. salin lined. Skirts are quite plain, strictly tailored. THIAUTDii WRAPS AND COATS HAVE A lUXURIOUSAIR "'any coats th_at .for; practical purposes'have avoided extensive- Irimmings But in the novelty wraps and UTILITY COATS of Dohegals, and Silvertoiies, selling Most Wonderful Stylish Seal ifeffin's feal, Hudson seal, esquiniette; very doen" rich silk pile: made in lengths 4i inches witlr and without fur vichest coats to he had anywhere. Priced jat down to Showing Ihe big comfy se'ai, beaver, wolf and' western sable; made. from, cosey p.clolhs4of_auvetyn, tjnseltone and shades'. and Selling j: i down to Furs! Furs! THE INDEX TO CORRECT FASHION It may only choker, snugly wi-apped about the neck, or a stole or thiwvni over the shoul- der, or a luxurious fur form it must be if one wishes her-attire to be'regarded as completely fashionable. This slore has made provision- !6r your renuirenients wilh furs of irreproachable quality. Scarfs and Cape effects, in; Sable, Mink, Fox, Hudson Seal, Opossum, Wolf and Mole, priced, ac- cording to size, from up to MUFFS to match at: to Dashing Autuinn Dresses for Every Hour of the Day SERGE brown, copen and tfOC 4CO bolany. wool priced JERSEY qualitr wool jeriey ifi shades of mole, copcn, navy, und brown. I'rices and service- in navy, brown, and black. At TAFFETA AND DUCHESS SATlfo the prettv colors and black. i tin Priced at........................... 530, Pullovers and Sweater Coats and Perfect Knit tuahrs in a variety, of styles in lio.oming anrt combina- tion of These are priced Jit and Suits Overeats Sweaters All Ihe very newest and cleverest from-pur? wool materials that -will wear veil and bold color and shape. WE HAVE RECENTLY ADDED A Yd'uNG.MAN'S LINE of three-piece suits, In shea 34 loSS. on can easily save ten dollars'by.being-filte'd here. Boys' all wool Tweed Suits, sizes 26 to 29, at and Boys' All Wool Tweed Suits, sizes 30 to 36, at to Young Men's Fine All Wool Tweeds, sizes 34 to 88. Pricec't to Boys' Belted Top Coats, excel- lent warm garments. Priced at to Boys', Knickers, of corduroy and strong tweeds. All size's Priced to HFvprprAMnp ARE LARG E'AND.WELL ASSORTED, GIVING OUR PATRONS THE VERY CREAM OF LEADING MANUFACTURERS' LINES TO SELECT THEIR REQUIREMENTS FROM The Simpson Company, Ltd. 4TH AYE; SOUTH. JUST WF.fitnp PhST OFFIPP 1 ;