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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta P.U'.K TF.X THE LETMBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, HMK 1 | A MOST TIMELY PRICE LIST OF I 1 1 I i i I IP CORSETS SPECIAL Thi� "IV anil A." Curse;, made f>C strong i until, with four hose supported, sizes -0 to n fTrt Prices, per pair. SI.-.".. $17." ami .......... it�0\J "La Pivn." in all ^ty!s with low or medium bust, six hose supporter*, prices per pair. (* a a i2.i''. $3.;;., si. fX'2o and .............. tKDVI "lion Ton." beautiful models, made of the bet material", prices, per pair, / $.-,.rti> and ................................. U��>U "Mortart." front laced corse's. We arc sole agents for these ;uul have styl"s for every fienre. n |"a prices. J.Yiiu. $tl.Ofi am! .................. I ��Jv BUNGALOW APRONS \\V ii. vc a splendid range of these, v. ;.ii . , i: valce !he i'-ult of a sp,-,pe,r. has--. QQ .ro-.vt i  1'. ..!" cue price............. �/�/C BLOOMERS i";-,.;' - '.. S:-.;een lilooniei's. v.ii,-m'.;. � ' � '� ?!.i:.r .  t -'.  i'-r j>-i- 1 l" f. $1 ....................... - .t? v WHITEWEAR IN RANGE AND VALUES IMPOSSIBLE TO 2J.-.T. (' ,!, price. Mr-, ..ui,................................. Mc t'or-> t' h-T-. a "in ".it l.s;> . w ith ir�� of .  r-;:,ni. v^:/:".r.".::.........63c Xigut its �� t:�. fit:,- muslin, ��'�ah rrimmiiii;.-. > : . ............1.29 X ubr C.v.ti-. slipover -.;yie. ha v.- ;t.u!i.| i-.-> i; � � �:' i .lolef/ lav t prize. -1 ("a eaih ................................ L�\JU Night Co-.vp*. a ui"-! .*�) rlor quality ni-i:. with pretiy \ui.e of l.i.. ..i.ii . miuoidery. -Ji;.,!, of insert >u an' l.e � �i'li l.o . tdcinc. �J rn price e,i, -j .......... ��0U 'Ladie-' 1 i:.�w..ts. of ni.i-'.iii. finished with fnfl-or �.,!..,:�. ,p.n .:-�! �. OA per pair ............. ............ Q'. - a in.- ' bri.:.! ry. i n. p-r pair .............. 1 .UU A SPECIAL LINE � '.>;.%�-; k- . "ii. optn: . t..-rd, pric . ry r" ;r Pair .............................. /DC rtl'!er>:.i.-t-. of white :i:"-'.;n. h.i!  p ileum. vf e:u 1 �y biuid-ry, vry . tiiar'. ti .......... 1  # 1'nder.--:trts. a �tip. r;or uallty "I'll a v,-ry �% �rj dainty flo;;:n e of enibroid. .y. pi Ice. . ach �f&0* a ln'.c.tivila :iii!>i:>'-(t ^arn.-n; wjih hp ostra dei i) fiiuin. � o: . :..t. -re , -ii  } aa each O.UU LADIES* WEAR For Fall and Winter An Authentic Signpost on the True Road to Economy NEW FALL SUITS LADIES' SWEATERS i latiifc of Kail and Winter Sweaters are just arnviai:. and most beautiful piirtnents they are. Some are band knit. Others brushed wool effects, and in all possible colors and eimihimi;Ion-. Then there are i- (�> and sweaters to match, and the prices are to ieaspnahle too. FALL AND WINTER UNDERWEAR ( ombinations. I.adie- I'oiloi: Fleeced Winter t'otu itu.'t'.otis. w itii elbow or Ions; sleeves, ankle 1 Q|V !� ntth. price, per suit .................... A��flr ("onibinatiins. Ladies' Fart Wool, winter weight, in knee and ankle lenitth. low neck with elbow sleeve and high nock with !onR si-eve. price, 2 gQ I'oiphii).,! ions. Ladies' Ail Wool, made lihe-.v ritfiit. ;o,v p.ei V. and ankle letiRth, price. J QQ f'.irsi". Covers A boidv warm knit Corset Cover am,lT: ............1.00 \'ests. A special line in wint-.r welsht in elbow z,ir.M:::r:vvw:'.....................1.00 Ve-ts. I.adie-' All Wool Vests, with ( lliow lenitth :i.::.i,ri>. l.aiii--s' O S . wi.ii long sieives. | /�p k-eirht. price, each ............... l.DD Ur.iW'Ts. Winter wejqii;. ankle (rmftli. open -| Of" r -i. price, per pair ................. l��tD lu-aw.r- I ..Tib- ' a. . p-;: fjc-re !ln0d -I r/| 'iip'.'t:- price, in pair .................. l.DU OUR NOVELTY SKIRTS - Ilv 1111 in.i- and include all the \"i> . .?.,'h""ks' !ri.""v:'.'':.!';:':.: 25.00 WE ARE PROUD OF OUR FURS Of all merchandise Kur lends Itself most readily to misrepresentation-only an expert can detect the Pennine from the, false. For 24'.� years the "II. It Co." lias been sidllic; I-'tirs. and Is selliiiK them still. Vou need i'urs? Then is it not policy on your part to purchase from u f-rttt with -l!> years' reputation for honesty .md ex per! knowledge to nmintain. SEE OUR FURS OUR NEW COATS ARE BEAUTIFUL And ti:e whole secret of (heir beauty lies In their f implicit}-. Freakish styles are tabooed and vou will not find a slnple on� in our collection. Fnusunl efforts have been exerted to have each coat represent a differ' lit style feature, thus insiirins .ndiviiluallty. Impossible to describe them nil here. Come and ,ee then,. .Tin, ran.,, iron, 22.50 O 85.00 Our Fur Coat-* in 'apb iioiieriais in Invisible checks. Miipes mni ell i olors of all shade-. Also navy and black servos. It plleii tro'.ll  �;.'.'() to ...... 25.00 HOUSE DRESSES \ �..i.-. ; iri'y ranse of the-..- in th-- 'llillie Ibnl.e" atei i l.i-tie wai-t styles in lovely print  etc . imht atnl dark color- I'no'i J:'..'.". iz~ 3.00 Imlivbluallty and beauty are the dominant feiiturea of the new fall suits, and ivo mlKht add with o(|tial emphasis--Ihey are practical and desirable. Tho prominent features of the. coat are the. tailored lines, combined with a helled or semlhelteil effect. The skirts are being worn a littlo lotiKer thau has lately beet, in vorhc. Fur enters lnrpely in the trimming of the now suits and adds jtreatly to their beauty. t)ur stuck ia larRo and varied and contains all the staple as well as novelty materials. THE FALL DRESSES ate novel, unique and decidedly attractive, and �will further Impress upon our customers the superiority of our Ladles' "Ueady-to-\Vear." All the wanted materials and colors are here, as well us. the, | p aa uovi lty effects. Prices range up from .... lD.vU CHILDREN'S WINTER COMFORTS child's Combinations in white cotton, heavy weight, drop seat and ankle length, sizes 18 u to .................... ... 0.13 Child's t'ndcrwalsts. winter weight, fleece lined, IS to L'S. all sizes, CCj� each ...................................... ODC Child's Vests, natural color, medium weight. Sizes n to S, prices. 1 each $l.ini to ............................. ! I O Chiiri's Vests, part wool, pure white, with long sleeves, sues it to I, prices, -1 MjT each. . prices, per pair, -| 1 a s.'.c in .................................... 1.1U "Dr. Denton'' Sleeping Caiments for children. hk( ' ii. 7. S. prices, according to size, ^ Sl.LTi to .................................. l.lO Cbililren's Fleece Lined Sleeping Suits, sl/.es n to V prices, according to i l~". "t of to ................................. l.OD WAISTS our \Mii--t ilepi.riment Is repb-ie with all the latest novelties. N to ........... 1 vtUU Active Horse Market Likely To Be Established Shortly Lack of all imp' f!ii a cousidera lib- a at inn !ul worry to nifiu> S lierta farmers iliis fall. 1 lion in possession of in.- I tn the belief thr.t tbi- sia will shortly be rernedii-d. quits a large intniber throughout the ili�tr.'c'-i i tops were short who lu-� trotin of selling sonic to raise ready cash f market ha- | one of t 'if hi-.' |inint� of supply, mint i>t lui- Then there >> quite a demand fo-iiitSierii A! . hofs-s fur the Mounted Police unit it iiilonna- for the Siberian expedition. It is i;r. ler.ild b-dd, ' t|�r-*toi>d about :'�> will be needed for e or aifaiis cavalry and transport. 'I'iier,- an- In addition, there n, v^ry guod rea of fain-.-t's -ion to Mlrve that there will siiortl;. where tl'e be a demand !n Canada for small stuff vi' been de tn supply tlo im: s.-fb sii mark'Is of hur-es in order Kuiope. (irmiie Hoadb-y. M I, A and ; tiiei; fanning others interested in horse ranching in this provime have been busy !a!Bh trying to bring to tlie attention of the authorities 111- fad that Alberta haJ large nurnbeii- of small horses wuicii could well b'- usi-d for this purpose, and liific efToris seuin to tav h'-en successful. Farmers in Southern Alberta will be very pleased to lies;- ol the possibility uf a better market, ;(s financial relief available to many through this operations this fell and ncM -prieg. in preparation for w-x: ye;,r'- emp. but the demand lor horses lias been pxtremely limited. Now. however, ii appears a� if there �would be three dilferent market avenues in the near future It isolated on Rood authority that the Hritish war department will shortly have ottleets in tho field to buy a considerable mini her of .suitable artillery and cavalry  will be korses and Southern Alnerta will be , source. DUTCH" SEIOEL ON TRIAL FOR THER OF CAR Story of His Arrest on Charge of SimiKKlinK Told in Supreme Court JURY DISAGREES. After deliberating for nearly five hours the jury on the Seidel c.aie failed 10 agree with the result that a new one will have to be empanelled. The case will be ' retried as early as possible. > more to let him go through, and was told to return to Canada immediately. .11" did tins but returned and went to I Hrowning by n different route There I be again fell into the hands of Cordon I who arrested him on a i barge of i .imijggling To Mr. Cordon while in ,Jail lie told the story that while in ; Leihbridge ho had received an offer of employment at (illrmin. .Montana. : He had li.-cided to accept this and was ! preparing to depari when a man whom I In- had -.ecu once at the Stampede !he-i-. -md who was called Slim, olfer-1 ed id u,i,(. him down In !ih car. He  accepted and sent bis wife and baby | on ahead Late a, the evening Slim told liu'eli that it was impossible him to go but for Dutch to drive ( ai- down and leave it at Cilmaii anyone asked to whom the. car lunge.i. Dutch was to say it w;.s He started on his journey with above 'equel. So runs the story I the pro-i-i-ution. Cordon's s'or: A SENSATIONAL |dent Wilson and members of the gov | eminent before Uklng over the cm [bassy. lie wni doubtful, however ' i whether time and circumstances would NEW AMBASSADOR SPEAKS Horn-, Sept. z 1.-- John \V. Di.vis, newly appointed American ambassador to (irei'.t Hritain, today told the ] As-oelated Press that be was still i hermit of a Journey hom�. awaiting orders from Washington re-( f.'oiienrtiing the negotiations with' gatdliig the ambassadorship, but lhat1 Cermnny tor tint exchang* of prison he hoped to conduct his present nego-1 ers, Mr. imvls said that probably on tiatirms here concerning the transfer J ly after tliey laid ended would an of of American and (termini prisoners to i llclal conitnunlratioi, to the. press be. a satisfactory conclusion. After that, ] given out, as tho negotiations them hi, added, he probably would return j solves would be kept secret, as war to Washington to consult with Presl-1 rten in IVanco-Oermnn negotiations for the If be-hia. I the ' tor of Buys 200 Ham Ewes at S12."> Head-Sale to Ik Held Od. 1(5-17 KNIGHT SUGAR CO. TO RESTOCK RANCH Wii) Not Sell Large Tract - Nothing So Good Any where in America La3i spring it waa announced that the Knight Sugar Co, had sold its large holdings of !T.l,(u)fi acres south of Raymond and Magnith, the Centra! Montana Ranches being the purchaser. It appeara now that this statement was premature, and that the Montana concern received only a selling option on tho large tract. stead it will be restocked to its capacity, and will continue as one of the largest ranching propositions still in HXistence in Western Canada. "I have been visiting several ranching propositions in the States recently," said Mr. Knlghi to the Herald, "and I have yet to see anything aa good as we. have rigly here in Southern Alberta. We were trying to give the ranch away last spring, but it would take a lot of money to buy it now. It would be hard to replace." Mr, Knight states that he expects to divide his time in future between his l'tah and Alberta interests. Just juiw In- is buying a considerable number of sieep, while the Knight-Wat-| son K.nn hing Co with headquarter", i bete are handling a vast number of I cattle. CATCH MEMBERS OF BAD GANG Kansbii City, Mo., Sept. 24.-A score of policemen this afternoon, after u Shortly after tho option was granted i revolver battle lasting about one hour, the dry weather resulted in a falling off in the land sales, and very little was done with the property. According to Mr. Knight, who is in the city today, no further attempt will *m aunio to sell the ranch, but in- caplifred Roy Lancaster, alias "Kan sas lllackie" and Harry Lancaster, a i must brother, both of whom the authorities declare are members of the Lewis gang, several members of which were arrested in Colorado two week* ago. Tin- Seidel car stealing case whhh is attrjiling considerable Interest in local circles, opened this morning in tin- supreme court, before Mr. JuMbi-Walsh. W. U. King, manager of the local branch of the Rank of Nova Scotia, and the owner of the car in question, was the lirst witness and i told his story of how he parked outside the Chautauqua tent one evening j in August Whilst he was inside, the j ear was stolen and Mr. King notified j the police, with the result that the car was located in Hrowning, Mot, i tana, wi'h "Dutch" Seide) posing as | the owner, but later telling a dilferent story. M. J. S. Cordon, deputy collector of 1'. S. customs, then took the stand and told what he knew of the affair. Ka.-ly one morning Cordon heard a ear whizz pas! the cu-toms l.ou�e going at a very great speed. De put on some clothes, hurried out and was just in time to hear the car cra-h through an old bridge some till) yards from the house. Soon Seidel came back from the car and was given a bed for the night. In the morning he was closely questioned by Mr. Cordon and claimed that he was the owner of the car. He was told that unless he paid the necessary duly be return to Canada. Later .Mr. Cordon set out for Drowning on business, stopping on the way at a ranch house. Soon Sohlol came up in the car and tried to fetHLtade Cordon once what Dutch told him and what Dutch nays he told him differs In several , hit* the former's Is corrobor-by the jailer of the Browning pom ' a ted jail. WILL REGISTER Denial that the Mennonites who have recently settled in Southern Al-beita have refused to register for military service with the American < oiisiiiai- agency here was conveyed to tile Herald today by It. W. Pilling of the Pilling Lami Agency, who has i had large dealings with the sect, lie j state,- that their le iders have told J liiin tin-,- intend to register. Tho-e of l the i olonies between the ages of 1M and ::! must do .so before Saturday evening next or (dine under the t dian military service, act. Tin- Herald also has It on good authority that before coming to Alberta leaders of the Mennonites went to HdrnoiiLon to interview the government with respect to schools in ilielr colonies and received the distinct answer that such schools ah were established in their coloiiios must be in accordance with the school ordinance of the province, and lhat all the school laws as to lau^ijjigo, etc.. must bo complied with "We are not attempting to put on a monster sale, bill we expect, a large number of ranis will change hands," said X. T. Mil..-oil. se.rreiary of tin-Southern Alberta Wool Crower-' As sociation to the Herald today in discussing the ram sale lu be staged by the association