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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN" K OAU..I TUKSIMY, APrtlL Overalls in Kirk; Girl Faints Father Fights n. C. of lv and Daughter Needs Doctor BRANfTORD, Ont, April The overall campaign was Intro- duced here last night when a local thurch-goer attended In the new witume. His wife and daughter .rtocdcd him to church, opening prayer passed and the first hymn was sung when daughter noted the style of her father's attire thg shock was I co great that fainted and had 1 to be taken horns In a taxlcab. 'Pefl Overall Club WINNiPEG. April here of the; Winnipeg Grain Ex- change, are planning a blow against the high cost of; living. Beginning May 1, .avcrallsiwUi worn by members tra'diny cn'tlie- flocr. Already over 100 names have been placed on Us: of members of the "ovtrtll A .camfMlgn will ttnrtei to get every member to Join the club. SCENES OF OUTBREAK IN IRELAND HEAVY TAXATION FORCING BRITISH ESTATES OX 31ARKET LONDON', March. 23.-1 By nRtiml's wftr taxes continue to force laany o; her nobility to pans of their great estates. One of the jre.it- en'df those which recently hat vasa- ed under hammer. 1s that of Ihe Duke o! Rutland, which is i Vaorvn as Belvolr. Ths Duke about of which he is sell, ins cbout acres located in ttia: beat psrt.of Uncolashiro SutninE.dU- tricl. -Ho explained at a public meet- Ins that too Bale iras ruaiio necessary by (lie increasing burden o: taxation resulting from the irar. Goidby Hall, one o! tto Duke's1 jro- pottles oi 230 ccreu, was sold priraw- ly In lie 3dVranc9 of the public sals and 100 tenants have-bought from the Puke the terms lie fcad rented to Item. Earl Maaver's estate, known as "Holm? Piorrepotit" at Rndrliffe-on- Tront, has been sold at Ruction for It covers 320 acres. It is reported that part of tbe estate of tie- Earl of compris- ing Haincliffe Woods and has been bought by a Scaxborough.fi- nancier. "My pcnenil .opinion of Zau-Bufc ii tin I know oJ nrtiiBf lifce il 1 luwmgii tni ptoyU of my cfcujt, I 'feirre proved it an dill fw eld vrpands, .cuU, ectunj, ind ii rwslly 33. MucLTiOD, Harwurt, N.B. 1' Ecjwl vu cay trouble, xnd I nrffertd for yeizi." fried practically everything, in rain! Zara-Buk cured mt; and from lit diy the last soft beilei there has bttn no trice E. AREENAUI.T, J.P., B, P.E.t. Spwltinp professonrily, I-vould Zim-Buk to1 sll cisu of to ztrni, ulcers, abicciscs and allied. KJ. I' fctre' proved able to cure Ike CKds, Alti. cc Give me JJ t I Ti j. 3peat iri the Lethbridge district Tbe object In donating this monoy to tUo Calgary Herald Drought Heller Fund for U.-F. A. vras that TYfc.nad received a great deal of tie money from farm- ers in Southern -Alberta at least.part ot it should BO back to them, and -we considered that Ihe 'best means of do- ing so was {taough this particular fund.'We sincerely wished this money to be spent in the south (not neces- sarily confined to ihe merchants of the city of Ivethbridgei font afle-r sldorable correspoAdenco -jvilli those j in control of tho, tuud we found it-1 not be very practical to require 1 of tlie money lo be spent., here. We -ivero infonned that one- i third ot tbe donation was to go if> the. Provincial Red Cross" Society, onc-j third to the li.- V. A., and' one-thlrtl to ths Women's Institute. If tho con-i ditlon of our donation ivas lo to oar-1 ried out it would 'thus mean tho or-1 Uavo received a Fhjpnient ol vanity purses, party boxes and nand bags. Those aro In way. Some no i direct from XOAV York and rep-; resent (he most advanced styles Our prices are within the reach UOO, INCH PURE WOOL NAVY the best medium quality puro yarn, It la an Ideal clolk for children's- and OJ? 'odd Tard...... 42 INOH PURE WOOL SERGE sand, p-ey auij brown; sult- .able for separato jkirte, etc. A1 A yard..................... 4.UU N44.INCH NAVY BLUE 8ERGE eicellent fine cloth for classes of garments! Erery thread pure .wool. A 1C. 54 INCH PURE WOOL SUITING Is an Ideal cloth; for suite and separate 7 Ci. or dresses. At 44 INCH CREAM is a ftaril to get fabric Just now. Suitable for separata skirfs for, spring and summer.which proci- isos to be very popular, t C A At, yani'i.........'.... FINE WHITE GABAR- 'hetter made this cloth. TJsert for sep- arate suits, si Iris or fo- trim-- mlng purposes. At Q Aft yard Dresses WITH iaSTINCTION IN DESIGN 'fhoro is an air ahout of origin- al .design thu can never be exactly cjklei vfiilt the so-called coptes. Erery Ry- lauds' uo matter what its price, is "a product Wading faehlon studio I and whilei ejTpreEsliijE the mode It bu'k dJittnc- tion alt ita'owu, MATERIALS ARE SEnQE, TAFFETA, TRICOLETTE, JERSEY, .TBICOTINE, GEORGETTE AND SATIN. A dress for every occasion, at tie price you .want lo pay. Spring Exclusive models for present wear, presenting conceptions high- ly individualized, investing the .wearer with'that-.toueli.of.'disiinc-; tweness. Garments that are fully apart common Dlace. pins -tricolines and serges, sllvertones and .new novelties, introducing'e'ntir'ply now: features. S10G.OO There's Something New in Otir Windows Every Week For You.. THE NEW THINGS FIRST -'-.AND COMPANY CORRECT FOR I might snr that the Lelburidgo i devoted a: groat deal his lime to branch ot the Bed Cross Soc-.ety .has, Red wort, and while I know believe, spent n greater ctiihel ha does-not'cxpe'ct is funds among local merchants than fijel. that lie should, at least, be given' any other branch in this province. As] fair play. for 'Mr. I know that he hns', Thaukinc 5-611, Mr.- Editor, for the apace allowetl lu yqur valuable pape.-, 1 am, L Yours, etc., J. A. JACKSON, Braach ot llio P.ed Cross Society. A. J. MACLEOD PRAISES -DODO'S KIDNEY PlttS Scotia Man Gives the Reason Why He Advises Sufferers from Kid- ney Trouble to Use Dodd's Kidney Pills. iilVKH DES'N'H, X.S., April KHney P'Hs help- ed mf wonderfnlly. My br.ck is lict'.cr and na I haven't takc-n any other inndininc to r-tifce them, thc.y liave ilono inr, a lot of In these words Alexander J. Mac- ii well-know n resident here, i gives Ma rofison vhy he praisn.s i Dcxid's Kidney I'ills and .why nu "1 would advise anybody who ha? fciilnpy trnublo fo givi; Ucnl'l's Kidney nils a irlal." reason Dotlil's Ki'Inr-y Pill.i arc; popular all over Canada'Is Iriat peo- ple have tried them anil found thorn Roorl. Pills have, been In nsfl In fanncla for mo'ro than thirty (years. They havo hoc-ri wod by ihous- amls of suffering variour I forms of kidney trouble, tnicli as rhcu i, dropsy, aora bach, weaknoss rtlahttos (mil atiy onP. of thcsf! tfiousnudfl Jo glvo you bL'j optnion of Docld's'Kfdr.ey I'ills. H is Iho relief nl tor-led slit- (on-rs from Sidney troubic of three different bodies in the cliy of Ixjtbb'ririgo io see It was done. U was pointed out to ns tbat the administration of fund with the condition attached would wean a great deal of eitra work, and as it was our dftslre'lft see as much as possible of the money to go for actual roHet pur- poses, we fell in -Ilio Euggcsllon j that (lie cash should io forwarded lo i Calgan- to IKI disposed of us those in j control raw fit Tli5 qiiesttou ot crimination apainsl flic inerchantR ot] tlie city of was aiot tor one; moment thought of. While wo would j like, and did to 003 tho money j F.yenl yet we.felt Ihp.t the relic; j was Ihe grra'er conaideratloh. I I tnist that this explanation will be tad'sfartory lo the retail merchants of. tho clly and will acknow- ledge their. Kilisfaclion through thp i In reg.-iirl lo the Women's Civic Club, j vMght way vVi-.vt the local Urtvuch o' I Uio Reti Ores? Society was wHIhiB nnO anxious trt Ihom in every pos- siWc way. ;nni ottered money, ser- vices nml malcriala to It to help out its work in connection with the j drought The Women's Civic' C'Inb (on'ir.r, to an unwarranted and i wtfulltd 'or iatcrtercncc)