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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta P. APJVfL U' FHONI mt evening at 7.15, at SJ. Augustine's t-, AH members urged to at- PERSONAt The'A" Y. P. A. will meet on ThurS' day evening at' S in St. Augustine's -._. _. j hall for their regular business'meet- the home ot Mrs. Alex SfflltU wnlle U., Anyone Icierested in this society the city In.connection.itith'ths meet- d to wni be welcome. Sags ot the Council.of Women. Don't forget tho May Day'The sant on Saturday afternoon "In the Mrs. 0. is the Jlre. J.'D, flailed at the. hotae oi Mrs. T.'Newtqn, Hir- dleVllle; relumed to her hoius" at.Kea- 1 Miss 'Helen Davidson 'orCalgary k spending a few days In the cltjr. f V, Miss Thelma A. -Lewis, H. N., o( I'la'cher Creek, is .visiting In the city Jtr. F. Pithie, ot Edmonton; who wllli hlsjwlfe'ai visiting his "sister, fry. left this where they will reside in future. JJr. .Inman received Jhe sad news yesterday.of the i'd.eatK of -hla brother, B.'1J. inruan.' Portland; Ore. Many will remember the late Mn-In- man, Yislted here with his bro- ,Any one Interested is Invited to attend 11 Tho teachers arrf ofHcers''ot Wesley Dime class jrlll meet in Wesley hall it 1530 Thursday evening for Eupper( after whiptf they; wfll) adjourn to the pastor's Siudy, tor. Ihe. revival meeting and election of teachers and officers. 4 The young ladles of St Patrick's chinch are holding an At Homo and darfco in Harper's Hall on May 4th .Tie south side Tennis Club will re- organize for tho summer on Thurs- ROW GIRLS DRESS so WELL Dyes' Make Faded, i Old, Shabby Apparel Color- lul ana New CaVs Arc Cleared Through Office -'Heve-in .Glimour'a far- 1 Conslderatiel ammetnent ires caus- ed by. the 'Ipolicfl force." Constables Anderson'indj McLean attended to up and also .those) who? were, not dressed suffic- iently, several being arrested for togs "Magistrate" LrUle dispensed justice from Baton's catalogue, f The' dance's of tils club are'becom- ing the most popular in the dity and the constant large- attendance is prov- ing this. The'music last night was good and. a splendid spirit prevailed I during the entire evening. j BRITISH; WILL FLOAT ANOTHER BIG LOAN Dominion Brand in Canada, Tomato and Vegetable, 2 tias 25e CANNED SOUPS v.... 16c 6.tinsfbr mJDSQNvBAY TEA j Black blend, loose black, 2 Ibs. .No. 2 lb.'rpackets, each 65c 1 blend, 1 Ib. packets, each............ 75c BLENDED 4 IB, TINS Hofise Brtad Apple and Raspberry, Apple and ;J berry, per tin 85c Maroma, a delicious Salad Dressing, per bottle PHONES 313 FOR SERVICE inly b'ejpla'eed by -The'.supplyiof hay through the EOT- fEethbrldgd brarih' of' the'provlii- ernmcnl MficeiiinIicthbrldBe has beon clal labor Lougworth the Dur- stated this-moning. Vacancies are ing'the week cnding'April 24 forty-two recorded on iho books of tho bureau were, by the lor lhat many women. Several paint- the'previoas, ers are regfitered at: Ihe bureau for i'.vcjek .thirty-four-'cars up tha work. j tpfal.'So far; Ibis-ireelc nineteeo cars isti rrto' parts of west a call is conta'ned -Burdett and Qardston for one oerlaln, chancellor ot the exchequer, f '5, hT6 K ot Hat farm workers and tcji I boads maturing in from fire to fifteen The issue price will be at -iiaiu CU 1. J (he'past-few days tie major- pL" u._ :i_._- i_ _.. inlerftST- Mr., aAAaJ PROTEST IMPORTATIdN OF CATTLE TO BRITAIN 2 per cent during a period ot -o tho discount April Canadian 'Associated aericulture' received another tlal deputation Permission given some lime ago for the .Importation of a hundred Frjesian cattle from Canada and express in'g tears; thafc.the i j bth'e r herds will be sanctioned. depu-, lation told that .the reasons ,were e.t- strictfluar'an'ttrie; would tee Imposed and 'assured that there' wnsf u'o tip; realrlc-' Fitly meaibers -oi thH--- Rubbec at-Kitchener .-ara wearing :work.-. ly.'of :hay Is. The' demand ;tq the effect _tliai'. gask ll farni'-li :-WINDSOR FIRE ie.wan. undetermined qrlgin ihls niorning'de here driving a nuuiirer -A 6oests to the 'street'and. causing: a loss estimate The'stocksrot several wllb, games aaS musk, recitations-and j siorea on the first Boot were destroy A del'clous sit-down supper ed J tA yoteyl ihwfs ap- preciation was given Mrs. Ripper and her assistants the seveatvflve guests scath sfde bad to leave reluctantly the National Anthem1 and satntlng'the fl ag. MILK STATION it- hij.-Bas'nol ceased but the govern- MORE CHINESE STUDENTS to supply the, JQ WINNIPEG, -.April calling (or civlf' 'eipenditure in be present- Ted to tho city ratepayers for rati- fication nllhln "tho next three month? The largest amount in 1 -yph the y 600 000 school -bjlav tp lie exponcled on new schools and Improvements tp tha old ones j t PEKING, Aph'i Associated In the Peking schools have declared a strike in sym- pathy wilii the students at Shanghai and fourteen of the provinces who sev- eral days ago left their studies. No violence is reported." The ghangoai alrike was caused br the refusal of the Peking government lo reply to demands that zecret nego- tiations wittf Shan tung cease initial a. aesreeTstrogat -g Becre} be published Get a Packet, and Bcallzc i what an infusion of Really Pure fine Teatastw like Black, Green or1, Mixed .t- Never oj! Tjio.milk station at ths Nursing Mission will Jo-ripen Ma> 1st An> mother to secure v this milk for their babies Kindly-phone tho 'Mission possible to arrange for same. The milk .is sold at tho regulartprlffe to whojcan pay for it ft is eladlv to those nho cannol pa> and n6 charge is made; PhomrlBSS. VISCOUNT ADDBESS CANADIAN BAR Don't wors'y aliout resulls. "Diamond guaranteed to gives new, rich, fadeless "color to any fabric, whethet-'lt be .wool, liner., cotton or iniied gbods.r-dresaei. blouses, children's coals, draperies, cpvirlngs. The Direction Book with each pack- ago.1 tails so plainly how lo diamond dyet'over any color that you can nol maSfo a mistake.' "fo match any material, have drug, Card .WINNIPEG, Apjil Hon. Viscount Cave George! one of the lords pt'-appaal. and a memher of ot-tha privy has accepted an invitation to deHver the. chief address at the annual meeting of (he.Canadian Bar wliicu..wlll toe held In. Ottawa on 2. and 3, Sir James Alkcns, president.pT. tho aseoolallon, announced' today. Ijady Cave hor intSntlbn tb'vlsft 'Winnfpog and other, cities in tho west.' yiPII i: I j. FOR WEEK ONLY Lines Retailing Less'Tjian: Factory Prices.-, Cost .is Not Taken Gorisideration, MfWDOW DAILY FQ1R EXTRA SPECIALS i R, A; Wright Jeweler V V A 4 Clarke s Mid-Season Sale Offers Biff r All, Trimmed'Hats 20 P. C. OFF Elvery Irimmea liaC in _lhe. stbro hi- eluded In Ws sale. Kegiilar Hegular f20.09 Reguicir ?25.00 And so on Ihrou'ghput' the en'lire siock; .'.THE LITTLE THINGS ALL OVER THE STORE "r Pine Lisle Hose.'- 52c .-i Value up to, lac.'; Splendid iju'aHlyi lisle leg .with ptnlfl Colors brown, bfacfe' and Air Other Safe jHose J.Q.% Regular -.'Slack. "Very sp3Cial value, '.All Silk opes, etc wl 0 Oif Heavy Silk Uegular Talue. BlncVriwhUe- .'and all colors. BtWa h'savy sllfc. VVbn' derful value. All Sweaters "a' iGoads Knrb-' Aprons of Fine Lawn 28c Regular Sac value, elaborately trim- with f'.-f Whitewear and Un'der- lASONABLEMER FHE STORE, FEA' .NDISE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION THROUGHOUT NOW rVT PRICES 10 TO 30 PER CENT LESS THAN.REGtJLARv si, WONDERFUL BARGAINS in YARD GOODS Includirig.evety item throughout this splendid new stock of dress goods and silks, staples and wash goods, cretonnes, curtain marquisettes, draperies, at 20 per cent, less than regular. fee' value. Pine'and "soft, free from dressing. 34 mcnes wide. Extra special value. t; FINE BRIDAL CLOTH -v Regular 800 value. 38 inches wide. Colors flesh, sift-, black and white. Regular J3T.60. value. .All .j-ard. wide. Splendid Variety or pen ar Nowj Vv-prth (3.50 wholesale CLOTH 98c prettVlnortity of rarlout colors. <0 and 42 inch. j TAFFETAS AND DUCHESSE SlL'KS Bpauliful range of In plain and shot effects, OJMI. lent IlcgiiUr {3.60'yalu'es.' LINEN CRASH' TOWELLING 28c value. Splendid bought Ihreo years Rgo-Aud eiclra value at regular price.' ALL- GOODS' v 20% Off Alj Over, the in EvSry Depa-tjttient, SaVitigsTdfalling 10 30 Per Ceht-.On Everything You Want Buy r _ ity MID-SEASON SAVINGS iii Making specially atr tractive prices on new- est suits and coats, skirts and waists, kimonas, etc., which were already, below air cpinpetition, and uring 'at -bargain's: the finest selections, 'of .trie'se eyer shovvri in Southern Al- berta. MID-SEASON SALE Oft .All .860.00. Suits, Sale- All .A1I.J65.00 Suits, All J72.50i Suits, Sale AH Suits, All.SmOO Suits, Suils, GREAT BARGAINS IN NEWEST COATS f All J35.00 Coats, Sale ,52800- All Coals, Bald All Coats. Sale All J60.00 Sulls, Salo All {65.00 Suits, Ralo All Coats, Salo DRESSES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION'GREATLY '-.REDUCED All Dresses, Sale All Dresses, ;i'. .'jso'.OO'' All Sato All All' J55.00' Dresse'fei' Alt Dresses; Salo' NEWEST SKIRTS Xf BARGAINS Alt gale'i' fc'fttc Skiri4r Sale AH .Skirls, Sale All WaistsV.AH Petticoats, All Kimonas, Sfll-: ing at..' per cent. Off ;