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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, APRIL 20. 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILt ilEKAiJ) AGE THim TAMPA, Ma, April 30. toe wearing oS ovoralla and oallcoi in- Btead'ot-blue swsee, native PUtn Beaches, homespuns, other expensive clothing will bring down the tttaircoet ot dreiwtoc in experi- ment first itarted .here notr thrown All and into Alabama: The 'whole ionntry norw knows ot it and cnwweteriKd K "the Tampa Idea." The new style movement, ori- ginators say, ii dictated IB the of puMlo duty and aecMtKy not indicate any of on the of either men or for good and stylish apparel. They tblnk; however, it is worth while to tcy overalls tor rdea caUcoea and gmghoms for wo men uud' H is no secret that tiw Inine "experimenters are looking for the return.of rilte, satins, organ- dies sifii tie like to BnjtUUons that Hatford OWVMI.I... j InswMice OOIB- pahy, started tlio Overalls' Club of Tampa. Each inemBer pledged to as a regular thing untu .'clp thing- jricea. tamftlod. Hundreds have Joined and many are lmaking 'I..- Others say they arc keeping mnJ women, oorrsotly harmonize witt new idea, gather- ed in the court house eqwre. Ad- drosttra were made, new pledget re- ceived, -ani petitions signed asking il to City, jtiiie, EatioiHil to (ake BoOoe'sad glre aid. MercbnutB looted OB' Crowned. 'ion" later an- noonoed that tielr.selw had not fallen off tit. They are not only ones knowingly 4t the move- ment predict that u the tore- covoc of the poiterhoMe tad rfc roaeta Inorevod ttw ot fcrhket chlcie-a and rump, tie tbandomeot at beautifnl Eilks and all wool garments will raise the cost of. (rentes and calicoes. "This fe only a tool one of the leading s! iSoij i-oisti.. about JonssI t. the .pledge 'Jii'rt as falthfEHy taking advantage of the clause which, allows them to wear old clothes In lieu ot Just eo they. don't buy any new UHou tlie men orginiwct th6 women took up the battle, the New Thought Unity Club, headed by Mrs. Clars lav-fen Mctcnif, pledging Ik member ihip to calico dresaes. .'All oithis ha tratcr po-irer in' proTince of On tario iij-the IHjiJro-Bicotjic POTTC Commlesian, Uiere -an Wcreaiio: demand in Oiat oprorince for electrics fixturee and cqnipmon' products command th market, and from' lafgs cities an rural communities .serirod by the Hoc conies a call tor inoro'.powor to. iijjh It oasts, operate pasting, raactinea, vacnum cleanei-s, all ;'.the oUie modem appliances Trttu Tpralob Ainejf can homes laro been''eqnlpped, .'Whllo at the moment tie demand'; limited to thta pftrticular HcctiO tho Dominion, K is iffoba.'blj- that slni iar deyclcpmoilt trlH take plsce I ot Bie country Bt an carl rfato, and'a consequent apcvad of th demand maj la expected. POUCE CHIEF IS CHARGED WITH FALSE PRETENSES; REMANDE ipil! Inond tintll Tuesday, April 20, in the police court Jtonds in OIB case ot R. It, chief of police of tto town of StraOi rabro, who is alleged (o hare ctotaln of tuonoy from tiib Army an Navy Valorem' nssoclaticn, O.W.V. and ICnlghta ot Colnmtus, ty false pr tences. [iail n-as eot at on Bafurdar f tho defendant, tnt far he has bee tiKalilo to seouro tho tondsmon, e. It will olear .the air ssage of mucous and phlegm it has collected, aid in this way Ing on the "whoop" which brings e so-much-soiight-for rellcf. Mrs. Francis Burlingham, New Gate, 0., spring three of y children took'the whooping cough. rid they had it so bad I thought they ould choke. I was getting pretty wor- ed when my Bister wrc-te me, telling e to (ry Dr, Wood's Norway Pme yr'up. I sent for some right away nd believe roe, I: will never forget ow it worked. I will always have it my house." There are' many imitations of Dr. Wood's on the market. Get the gen- ral weakened and exhausted condl- Ine whon you ask for will pay n the end. Piit.up in a-ycUow wrap- er; 3-pine trees the trade'mark; rici 25c and Me.' Manufactured only onto, Gait citizens carried a bylaw to To Elliott White- ball Machine which a Accordiiig to. tKli best medlce-t an- (Kreft-fourth's of the jec-ple of the. civilized world cutter n'sorae form from or tr- regular action of tho bowels. There Is no doubt that many distressing dis- eases are caused by consUpatUii. It gives rtee to eick and MHotrs Lead- aohen, Jaundlca, flmtlng before fho cjrcs, catarrh of fbo cumisch, bilioiisncto and tho jwlnfnl. trccblaspmo piles. Therefore, it Is ot supreme to hesllh that tho bowels ba kept regular, fiimple food, fruit, etc., t-timiM be naed, and rich food and stlinularits of all kinds avoid- ed. This, with the HBO of JHIbnrn's Pills to rcsulatc and estab- lish henHhy action of the bnwcls can- not fall to give permanent relict In the most obstinate Mm. Letilia Waitiman, Orlllla, Ont, a child I was always very badly conallnatcii, and I can well remember when aullo yonng, my mother giving ao senna tea nearly every morning, and I got to'dread It. After taXIng Milburn's PI I (s, for a while lam hot troubled with constipation nny more." Milbiirn's lAxn-Llver 1'llls aro 25c a vial at all dealers or mailed direct ot price by The T. Milbifrn Toronto, are Thmnging to See the Charming New Designs in Metal Simmons Limited woman needs to hear the advantages of the bed over wooden beds explained to nor does she need told how badly the ;old- styie metal beds look in the room. The bare announcement, a short time ago that Simmons Limited achieved truly good design-in metal beds throng the prominent stores where bedVqregshown. M- IT-will :to ktfoWi that this achievement of Sinirndiis jLimi.fed] the invention of the first tnily beds. This Simmons idea and property is free from seaitii'split, pit or rough spot." "It works kindly into 'shsps finishes smooth and takes the enamel in one even, unbroken coat all over, free or chip. All these neW'Simmon's desi'gns are made with the Simmons Seamless Steeli.Tubing. ;r Illustrated below is a' Twin Pair of the a design that goes be'auti- fully either" Period furniture or..the pleasant livable atmos- phere of the typical "homey" bddroom.- You will find .these fine new Simmons; designs in Beds Built for Sleep in the leading stores, Your choice of many different and of Twin Pairs and Dou- in 'each pat- A'o. Twfn Pair Made of Simmons' Square '.Steel (mootti beautifully' finished.' Exquisitely iht accepted DeconttTe Colon. the Simmonf pitcntcd prtJted jted Nfiitlw Conor Easy foiling castets. choice.of Twin_ Pairs and Especially pleasing in PciV. tern. 'Enameled l in! accepted Colors, and in Oak an d. Gi rcassiari. Walnu t, t x SimmonsiSprings; Waldorf" Sox of finest oil-tempered double-cone spirals, mounted'on'a frame of seasoned hard- wood and .upholstered with heavy layers of white cotton felt. Finished with roll, edge.. Covered ,with attractive. ticking. A spring, that really does give freely to all the" contours of. .the, body, yet supports the spine in any sleeping position. And _s'ome very charming Brass 'Beds and Children's Cribs, together with Simmons Mattresses arid all built for sleep by __. SIMMON'S BEDS, and cost little if any more than the ordinary merchanduc of the average store. A post us will Ijring you the na'rrkes of merchants near you'r'home. is a, tig subject! Jfriie uf for the lookltl, "Whal Leading Medical 'Journals and Health Magazines Say About Stparalt Beds and Sound Ship." Free of charge. SIMMONS LIMITED MONTREAL TORONTO WINNIPEG CALGARY VANCOUVER Built for Sleep ;