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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1920 E.Wpf A HOT WEATHER I -fr v POLITICAL RUMOR i The Vv'incvlpee Free i'ress corresiwQLkut at re- poit5 that Hon. Win. Pugsley .may re'stgc as Itoutonaot gover- nor of Nay aud op- R. W. Wfgworc, tht- minister ot customs, -in St. John, H.E., bye- election. "Washington Estimate of Rus- sian Strength Reds Say They Are Ready for Armis- tice.: Aug. Bus- is in possession of sufficient muni- tloiiB to csjrry oa for fire a war- faro on the scale new being conducted against Poland, accenting to estimates jmadetere today by military aathori- ties.' all of tbe stocks ou i'aud are frora supplies furnished by the allied governments to the oM Rus- ani regime doriug world war. Russian Gains Conceded Aug. gaEnfi are conceded Lorlh and can of War- saw, where the soviet forces are re- forming for what may be the final FEET BURN? Then use Zim-Bnk. There is nothing EO swtMns for Itcder. achice or blistered It will end the taming, drair cus tbs soreness, rreveat blistering and lire yoo foot comfort AJso there IB c-jiLing so twA -3.3 Him-Buk for sunburn, ttai rashes, blistered bands, acting mnsdes, mcsqcito anJ InteS, cuts, buras tad all skin- injuries and ailments, 59o. all druggists and stores. IS SQOVHIMG exertion in their attempt to bring Po-j land to their lerois of peace by tli-1 reetly tUreatenios her capital, in the I centre of the front lieariue dqwn upon Warsaw from the northeast the Hus- siaus, according to comm-unications, are being held along Oslrow-Cier- wony line to the Bug. Russian Demands LONDON. Aug. of tbe Russian soviet delegation here, sent Mr, Lloyd George last night a Ions communication string the soviet government's reply to Great Britain's noio cf Tftecday with regard to the delay in the armistice negotiations ht i ween Hussla and Poland. M. Karaeceff's statement declares the soviet government never desired to combine the- negotiations for an armistice with negotiations for peace, but Ibut it demands that the terms of the armistice include reasonable guarantees which vrould. prevent at- tempts on the part of Poland to use the incident of thy armistice for the renewal of hostile acts. The sole obstacle in the way of be- ginning negotiations Jor .the suspen- sion of military.: 53ys the note, is the atieehce of the'Polish dole- gates, who turn- is being awaited by tho representatives cf the soviet government ia order that negotiations may ioe immediately opened. The note "The Russian loyiet government again declares that ii is firm ia the recognition of the freedom and inde- pendence of 1'oland and its ness to grant to the Polish state than were indicated by tha supreme council and mentioned in the British note of July 20." With regard to the proposed Lon- don pesce conference, the note says in substance that.the soviet govern- ment had proposed that the confer- ence be only with Ibe leauiag powers of the entente, becauso the .usefulness of saeb a conference rasa from the fact ibat without tha assistance of the ig povers war eoitld cot be by other states against Russia and so the peace of Europe would' be guaranteed. The Euneneff statement Kn stffl of opinion that di- rect with Poland for peace would serve the Interests both oi the Russian and Polish peoples." Situation Critical LONDON, Aug. the actual military situation In Poland is not much dearer than it was yesterday, it is admitted to be critical. Reports, however, are in somet respects con- tradictory so that .the precise degree of menace to "Warsaw as a result of tho recent Bolslievlt advance cannot be estimated, Reports yesterday stated the soviet armies had reached points 30 miles distant from tho Polish capital, but j later advices indicate they are twice that distance tway and thai the soviet cavalry js far ubcsd of the infantry. A dispatch to the Mail slates the Polish counter-offens- ive 011 the southern front has beea successful and that the Bolshevii have been hurled back 45 miles. Most newspapers eipress great an- siety over the situation Ibis morn- ing and lue statement by a high offi- cial yesterday that-the present situa- tion Is gravo as that in August, 1914, is given great prominence. At the Service of a Great Industry The formers of Canada arc engaged in one of Canada's greatest industries and pro- t duct a large part of the; Dominion's banking requirements of'this great JL industry are far-reaching and demand a nationwide a service as the'-, Bank of Montreal affords with, a branch in every important centre of Canada, each hav ing an intimate knowledge of local agricultural and market conditions. invite farmers to over their problems with the.manager in our nearest branch! 3ANJC :OE MONTREAL' '_-. Establishwl, over 100 years Brandia in all important centres in Cuiada. Savingi DcpartciinU in all branches TOTAL ASSETS in excess of PARIS, Aug. Temp's at Warsaw tele- graphs that Genera! maxirne gand, assistant tn Marshal Foch, has said he would consent to as- sume supreme command of the Polish forces and take the re- sponsibilities for their military operations. General Weygand expressed the opinion to the Polish government that the nftllllary situation Is far1 from hopeless, the correspond- ent says. NAME NEW ENGINEER TO SUCCEED HATFjSi Sir Chtirles Hobhousc, a prominent' Great- Britain and primm auu a.j director of .tbe JC a a ad Ian Laud anU Irrigation who has been in Canada for some arrived in Calgary on by A.'j. McMillan, another of the j company's directors. Thoy left Cal-' gary for a over-the -company's project in Albcrla on Thursday, in company with D. W, Hayes, chief t engineer of-the Canada Land- and i irrigation Co. Tho trip is preparatory to the ap- pointment by Sir Charles of a new- chief engineer to replace Mr. Hayes.! who has resigned his position to eri-ij ter private practice in Washington j state. REACHED CITY BY K j THE BUMPER ROUTE 1 LeUibridge'a population was increaaeil this afternoon by two! men v.-hen local police officials took; J. Turner and MIlHton off a C.P.SL freight train from tbe west. tion from MacJeod was received that these men were riding de luxe on r. 'freight, minus a ticket, and when they reached here .a. delegation cil welcome was awniUag They are now reposing in tho potice cells! waiting until. Chief, of .PoJJce Giilespie j calls ''Order in tho tomorrow morning. i 322 FIFTH STREET SOUTH MacLE It Ncautralizea Stomach vents Food Fermentation, Gqsay Stomach and Acid Indigestion. Doubtless you arc a snfferRr from Indigestion, you have already iDpafr, bismulti, soda, charcoal, drug? various atds and you .iriow these things wit] not cure your sortie cases do not eren give relief. But before giving hop" -tnd dectrt- ,ig you r.fe a chronic dyspeptic just try the effect of a llttlo blsiiraUd mag- the ordinary commercial carlionato, citrate, oxlrio or milJi, but ,he pure hisuratecl magneafa which you can ohtain from practically any jrnggist in cithsr powdered or tablet !orm. Take n toaspoonfnl of tho powder or two compressed tablets wfth s Ml- :te water afiet' your next meal, and tec what a difference this makes. II wilt Instantly neutralize the oils, harmful acid in the stomach which now causes yonr fonrl to fer- ment and sour, making gas, wind, heartburn find the Moated or heivr, lumpy that seems to follow- everylhins You will Jind that provided you .ko A lillle bisuratc-1 magnpsla in> pftor a meal, you 'can eat alrriost and enjox It without any danger of pain or discomfort fallow rnd moreover, the continued use ot hisHratf-d magnesia cannot injure th.? Blomach In any nay so as arft any of field In' LETH BRIDGE PHONE 1444 "THE GREAT CLOTHIERS OF THE GREAT Eleven Years in Business (In good and bad 'well for the confidence the public has reposed in us, .and for .which we desire to express our thanka. _ in make a (Jviernight. Our interests are botmd up in Lethbndge and vicinity. j- T. j f _ --The' benefit when we make some extra good Our prices will bear comparison favorable to us .with any Men's Wear Store in. Canada, and on many of our lin'es- we are well below the market: It will pay you to buy your Mean's and Boys' Wear here. SOME SATURDAY SPECIALS BOYS' SUITS See (he- range in juveniles we are 'offering, sizes 'from 21 to 27. and For the bigger sizes 27 to :35, we have a big assortment at prices'from WE CAN SUIT YOUR BOY TO SUIT YOUR POCKET MP'S BOOTS AND SHOES Men's Ffiie Tan Calf Bluchers, med- 1 f) fTP ium toe; Old pi-ice Cut .to i t) Men's Fine Tan Calf Bal, pointed toe. O 7K Old price ?14.50. Cut-to Men's Fine Tan Calf Blueher, blunt rjV. toe. Old price; Cut to ID' Men's1 Pine Tan Calf Bal, pointed toe. -J..Q A A Old price S15.00. Cut to j-: :Y. Men's Patent Colt', i t A top. Old price Cut to Men's Fine Tan Calf Bal, pointed toe; 1 rt A Old price Cut Men's Fine Black Velour Bal, pointed toe. Oldpiice Gut to Men's Oxfords in tan and patent leather. A Old prices to Cufto Men's Canvas, rubber spied Oxfords and Bals in white and black a few pairs only. To clear, at less than cost MEN'S SUITS Men's 3-piece blue American worsted. mm N6fer Old prices'S28.00 to OpT A A Cijtito Suits, good patterns materials. Old Men's High Grade Hand Tailored Imported Suits. Jt' will pay to'look these" P Old prices ?50 to 555.00. Cut to V THE ABOVE ARE UNDER 'THE LUXURY TAX; Men's Highest: Grade! Hand Suits Ol SGO.0'0 to Cu Highest -Grade- Hand TaHpred Suits. -.Old to Highest. Grade Hand Tailored Suits. Old prices to Men's Fine'Bliie Serges, finest 'qualities bber soled Oxfords and Bals S1.55 Bo.ys' Canvas rubber soled Oxfords and Bals, at less than cost -Ji_ VMB 1.45 1.65 1.90 MEN'S CAPS Men's Silkette and Cotton Caps. Regular QCT Va 81.25. Cut to.......................HOC Men's Silkette and Cotton Caps. Reg- -j ular S1.50. Cut to................... i Men's Silkette and Cotton Caps. Reg- ular Cut Men's Cotton and Worsted Caps. Reg- ular Cut to.................. Men's Silkette and Cotton Worsted Caps. Regular Cuf to Men's Silkette and Worsted Caps. Reg- O CC! ular S3.00. Cut to............'..... OUR BALANCE OF MEN'S STRAW AND PANAMAS AT HALF PRICE HN'SOVERALLSANDSMOCKS Everyone a first class garment. We don't buy. or soil ''seconds" in overalls. At the old Q price, O s v U COVERALLS at and Special Lines of Neckwear Ties at 7Sc, and UNDER THE LUXURY TAX Men's 4-Ply Linen Collars Sizes 14 to 1% but not .including 15 and lo'A every, shape. Worth today more than 50c each. 5 for pERWp [mVs Mefi's 2-piece Balbriggan. 'Old''price, per piece Men's 2-piece'Super Balbriggan. Old 1 Athletic style, sizes 40 ;ahd 42. Old price Cut.to Men's Combinations, Balbriggan, sizes 40 :pnly. Regular Cut to Men's Combinations, Balbriggan, all sizes" Men's 46 Gut to'' Mc'ir Regular Men's B.V.D. Regular 53.00. Cut to' UNDERWEAR Boys' .CoinbinatiqnSj Balbnggan.vRggular Cut' .'V Boys' Porous uiar si.15. Boys' Knit.iRbgvlj' ,ular Cut to 1 Boys' Combinations, Porous 'Reg- "I ular Gut to'......; .X. Boys' Bathing Suits, sizes '24 and 26'only. Regular Cut to OOC 'Boys' Bathing Drawers. O K 'to 4DC Boys' Cotton Jerseys, regular 50c, 60c and 65c. CllttO-- Knitted Play Sijits, ar 1 WE CHEERFULLY REFUND YOUR MONEY IE WE SATISEY YOU, ASK AND ;