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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, APFOL' 30, 1920 THR t'TTriBRmOE HERATJ> 'MV PAQB NINE j lUndrtd for Froft Farm la Valley (Fran Oar Own OR0TON. B.O, AftU TtMsiB Is sow Mlsb- u kick ttta lor reach property to Ofatou the Mle at tour a bait ura H. B. DOWM riMh WMk it a friw ot la JoteMOa. ft thb Mstiin tor it test dotea rwi- Witt of a Uottot MM {or Ifce fewctloir lldllrit (bad, the irkoU to oi' rood irlatw nriiUM. The hfeh el took another wore Thau local nimuihanh MtTtnMd price a! crMSMrr tattar to M Mata ft pound hicbMt fittm thii dairy pro- Thdre IB IHtla or dairj butter, but when will not hold lax. Bin at 60 ..bftt'tn to Poultry cnra- in pottos the hen fruit down la etui tte thus ere- ited Is wire to within timothy hay of tie ittrai tint hare hi ooit, thta variety ot (odder cow tulnt quoted ton. It in (Ipirsri CiKSiaa Valley mere haye to- gether" ImporWl almott tons of baled hay jhX seaadn, present yl lua coming (from Washington state The "p'rlx list committee in connec- tion .with fall fiir, with C. P. Hayeg.pQ secretarial .end, is hat- Ing fine aucceii In Rotting special HOWiit YPM I f IL Aai Was'Restored to HejJtk By L Pinkluua'i Vegetable B; Brooklyn, Miuwt prain. -.Ljdla E. Pinkham's Vegetable-Qom-' pourid cooogh forirhat it has done for my daughter. She wai IE years of age, very alckly aid and Am bad to stay home front ichoolniwtoftbatims. Bte nrffered from backache and wai under i the doctor's care and .got'no he'ttar, complaining about heft back and aiieaALng I know what to: do. ifudinthepcpcn about your wonderful .medicine ao I jmade Ep "ioy mmd to1 trylL haa taken five botllei Lyffla'E. PinVHara'i Vtgittabli Com- Bound and doein't complain any -Vitiherbtck and side Shebaa -gained and feiUroodl better, LjdlaE. PalUiam'a table Compound t6 all notawn and v SIS 'Marcj A've.; BrobWjrnTN.'T." .iP For ipeclal la regajdjo tach JorLydjajE. rujuaa Lyiin, s.od U attractive offerings are any btbcntire to attract eibibitore, cer- telaly this year's fair will the fceet Both local and federal mem- bers of parliament have come through with each, while a 50-pounJ cass of Jam front tke McDoaald Jam fac- tory is a sample ot commodity prilM that_are being soc'ircd. At least haK a new -.ilso be offered tor particularly ta'the irult Ramsay, of Nelaon; tie pro- department "enclneer, Win horo (he of week, making jtrfllmlairy arrancmnta rtin inr'a on roiid ropaln and aew The grant (or this purpoae for Efislo rijinjr protubly ts J60.000 irith the Cres-. tea end getting the lion's share, the btjjwt of i-oei errolxUture to oOere to eueore a eood auto blctnra? from; rtuskaaook .'Chroogh Oreiton to ill points eut. It IB poe- ails a new terry' for the Kootoaay rrrar -will proyidsd. H. W. Morgan, of the. Mutual era, fruit distrlbutore, Cabjary, at tho end 'of the veek, making aa of the possible fruit crop thia year, ftnd was autoed to the yarloua -potnia in the district. He con- curs In the opinions ot others In tho trade that berries this year will bo at least 60 cents a crate higher than in 1919, when' tiip average piioe for tho flauon was almost tM.P., who some montlis ago opened customs tailor shops in London to dell wen's clothes at cut prices has now started in to e-ndearor to reduce shoe prices. The picture shows; a corner ot- one of tho storet, where men's boots sel{ at per and devote more time to developing _ his auctioneering side. This month there have been three auction a greater total than for the last (hrefl years combined. AZERBAIJAN REVOLUTION Dr. B. Stevens, V.S., of St. Mary's died ot poisoning sustained while performing a surgical operation. April revolution hasr-occurred In the Republic of Azer- baijan, and the .old Mussavat party gOTernment ---has been overlhrown says, a wireless dispatch received La Preferencia OLD QUALITY 18 Canada's Mpst Popular Cigar Hotel based oh Quality. Service, will serye Quality foods. Lea. Perrins' is the only genuine Worcestershire. The ORIGINAL ud Cknuine Worcwtcrrfiire ed, perinarientlj' a Hireling of .the :ai0mbera yesterday. During tlia recent harii- ly A tliird'of the a hand at hospital Trorkor'-hprne nursing with th9. IneTiUbJe result that th'e few who did offer.their servlceB1 -were "often Tvorked shifts.'. Wlh the pros- p_ect of another call.from the decided tp disassociate themselves -'from'.'thV. abclety, and; In case of. another i{ -will'he up U) save The Cresion Telephone. Company has notified Way 1st a.reTised -upward- tariif-pt''telephone trill eo into .effect. .The raise is approiltnately round. RoBldence.phonos vill now cost with "jier cent, added the rental is not paid by the 15th of each.' month'.'' are phones a-ionth. Thg systera ind country districts'and as no increase ha? been niads in a dor.an 'yeara T9T7 Ihe new tariff ia aeard. Hecent .the Women's institute llbrarj' now make S76 Tol- atallable .to the library niein- Pending a' declelon the gnar- antors as ;tp they wish their contributiona to iblflierrs' 'momor- lai spent on afTnoniunont, library or Hospital' matter of a co- operative' library..iB at .n.-standstill, This fund amounts to -about and.jf it iB.nyaUahle It would provide a'nlce library buiWing. McCrcath livery btra has-this spring sold o't its slrlne of work and driving torsos to oiie team of heavies and but one driyer, and Is. roplaclng tlie steeds by autos. The first ot two Ford trucks'arrived this-week and has been nut ,to work.. The .demand for motor power 1s ncllvc. On govern- ment road work Cleveland tractors are utilized on the .road scraper's, bolhfr ifar- more effective nn'd economical then the average ranch at a day tor 1iore.es. and driver. Another real estate firm, has open- ed for business under the title of Rose Tlmraons, 31r. Rose is In charee. Recently his ranch property hero anil Intends to follow real estate Sjpecial FOR ONE WEEK ONLY .Overstocked Lines Retailing Less Than Factory Prices, :i Cost is Not Taken Into Consideration. __ WATCH WINDOW DAILY FOR EXTRA SPECIALS R, A, Jeweler AT ti xr A C1 A I UVELY TtmEE-DAYS SALE .s, Of Men's High Grade Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Toggery, Etc. EXTRAORDINARY VALUES 'OFFERED FOR THE THREE DAYS' SELLING. Saturday Monday Tuesday it r .._t Adverse weather conditions and the very laie season which has' been a'set-back to business compels us to sacrifice profits for three days' selling in an endeavor to i educe our spring stock. If a the entire year, when a sale of thisi kind should be appreciated.-it.'s djni'jt; there-are" plenty of sunshine days, ahead that will make you think of sp.ring and summer cloth- es. Why not buy now at.a sayingr1 Our stock thioughout is composed of the very best lines that money can buy from the most icliable Euiopean, Canadian and American manufacturers. Quality has been our motto at all times and is responsible for increased to year. ;This? is an opportunity, for you to buy de- pendable merchandise at a gieat saving to you in cost, Let JJS help you combat the H. C. L If You a Member of tHe Overall Qub We can still clothe in a Hamilton-Carhartt two-piece spring model at we would preT fer to send you away well-dressed in a IFitReform or Society Brand Spring Suit at these special savings. WHY WEAR OVERALLS WHEN YOU CAN BUY HIGH GRADE CLOTHING AT THESE PRICES? ONE LOT OF MEN'S SUITS Sizes 36 to 44. Regular up to 1.898 1920 10 ONLY, YOUNG Sizes 33 to 35. Regular up to Sale ONE LOT, PARAMATTA RAINCOATS Regular up to ONE LOT, TWEED RAINCOATS .Regular up to SPECIAL LOT OF MEN'S PRESS SHOES Slater, Regal and other reli-' able makes. Values up to; 0. Sale ONE LOT, REGAL DRESS SHOES Rclgular up Jo. MEN'S DRESS SHOES The Geo. A. Slater. Regulai Sale...'.. ONELOTTETRAULTDRESSi SHOES Regular i WORK SHOES Regular ?.C ONE LOT, MEN'S SOFT HATS Regular up to JONELOT, MEN'S SOFT HATS Including" Mai-' lory 'and Borsalinb makes. Regular Up MO' SPECIAL.RECiDCtrONS WILL BE-GIVEN THROUGH-. OUT ALL OTHER LINES'IN OUR REGULAR STOCK; OF CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES. BE HERE EARLY, McKelvie McGtiire Largest Distributors of Men's Wear in Southern Alberts. KIRKHAM BLOCK LETH8R1DGE ;