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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta -PACE EIGHT HERALD' THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1920, enjoyed by Ha, like othjre spoken favor of (he do- t oMhe Oliver tovefnmoat-anit the Prof. OUoweH of "U Soti Drink.Dispenser. Stuff, Fined Itho Salvation Army ou Monday e1 'pint, The Ker. K. Allan vss I the pjiaJv. The' program cor.eUiw of i tambouriue choruses; drlUs. iirtfl; c'.d Iwiou. fi-iat aud solo.'. Tin Hall' wsa K oil filled and by the hearty] [applause, glveo, everyone enjoyed the conctrl. 1 I '1'h.e large number o( men employed liu the cxloes and 60 many o! them] (living in the'lartre rooming led{ ...v. O ii'eed very cUho lastitutiouM church borne JSews Which CMdit grest hill were present ami Dr.' JiouneU was tlrs oiily-i'pposjtton speaker heard, The audience was again an evld- eiico ot the Interest betas taken in many, most effective srgument used by the Oliver support- ers, especially .when such, able rand talented v.'oni'ej as Mrs. Ralph Smith of Mr. Bowser, took occasion' Ibe catupalga by tbo women, as a very ere taking an active psrt io sup- to dwell upou' iha alleged tatt that the Oliver eorernnwal vras not ea- Utled to any credit (or tbe legislation large, portion of those" present were porting their deliverers from political ladles who look keen Interest lii what was ;cald. Oar Ovrn florrespondeaO [to recoimntfttd to tho 'congregation I that be. done lo brljhtei) t their goc-Ul life. i i The flub room .of The church Is lo i ibt at thjtr-Mr-rice for night Iu! it There will he! To Be Discounted ia Light of B. C. Results In favor of the women of the province. I The meeting closed by the staging land in thli particular herfld not sue-j of God Save the King, the big icced very well. >hsn he" endearorei crowd slowly filtered out through the the in are wjlling to do all they ;o holp the! "boys" tare a good lulls In. our nildst. we r.have :B'O Immediate tho wettbar Is so snaay Mr. Burney has dis- posed of a halt oi'reat Scotch Tha "curlera all' .these daya and are tieif curling itonea in an- COLBMAM, Dec. j papers aid jruucs. luk aiidj iectvrtd to a larxe udieace on tables will be provided. evening. Hk "The Carada' of To-niorroT." vraa (JeHrerwl aid heauUMly K lecture o I tho uiilTOrslly asi nic-st interesting educative. 'OfteweH has given' a rood Elart to the series of lefiurej to bo given under-'the auspices .of tho Wo- men "e Institute i '-Mra. Bos-worth held n Aye.dnosday afternoon. friends accepted velcome her aid Ktih hsr voy- Kft' ia her wedaed life. Tha reception room JHS fragrant and resplendent -with flowers. EmU Mar'lcl tried to evade liie Act fan Saturday. CWo! sensed sotaetAlog- coins. OD in, his soft driak'parlors. EmII tried elnsire by, pouring tie into.beor bottles, sense 01 E: Emit.' But U was beer, so Emtl satd. f 'A >varrant was got out.r.Tid. when -was. made. EmH-had qnite a j.few bottles marfced beer, biit con- i) tatning real hard stuff. lit "nw Tn-- arrested and brought i fore A. M Mornson J P He plead p snllti and vas fined and Sosls i Mr raiiat of Freel t 5 fuVColeman Tupp'day, coin pletlng tho installing of a furnace .in (Ktorn Our Own Corrospoadsnlt closin. polUlca! and social Improvement of tho womfa and children of the prpv- lace to the great, change been In tho mlnde of tbo peo- ple by the great war; ha stuuiblei the interest o! the 1 upon'the fact a little later pointed out Mr. Fisher, that'Mr. Bowser had ;'uro TQted against allowing the women 's but tho chiaf has and challenged entrance passage. The three cornered fight in the'dls- trict, coupled with tho participation for the first tlmo by the ladles, anj their. very pronounced interest in tha discuss tons, Inject an clement of uu- cerUlnty, hard to estimate the old [me: politician. The- record of lent 'on the women suffrage legiala- patronago sys alleged, managers ranginK from Iho bll[ his audience being comiwsed cf cau raoat casual and spec- i v.hci k tlmo taftr to iha most rab.U parttan, un :new patronage -jder the tutelage ot'bis was on audience thoush chosen leader, bis effort In this ed to tho speakers, was was not appreciated lo the also of the-ultra critical kind and he. thlt ,t beih i( woljht given to stateaients lo an auaiellco bercft ]nem; speakers was plainly eTlctrnt lo '4'orv. close' observer. timia wclh -Mr. A; M.iMorHson ia rWlnj around. in o 19il McLinghHn. owner ot fiu to exaraice It aad see where the 5 coati In cost oo mw i Mr. Lonsburj- is stocked with ICJ-R for the The drug store has a splendid The youngsters- feasting their eyes and hoping Santa comes along ilre 'King and Mrs Sco't are re- coyerine from tielr recent es. ha s'ad to see Ibem around ftgalc. A conple, reported to be man and but; are Alfred Whealer Bhenleld.'aban- five-year-old boy ia Wood- understood bj tha However his audlence-'dlffered from 'him In bis political views, his.'re- narks wero received with the utmost In n ball M we receiv deferiBe of the1 Oliver government and :IIe Mr. Fisher, as- a went rapidly over. hU course, fecirfT ing n good "zneaenre o! applause but not adding much to the stocS of jknow ledge already in -possession hearer! ed when ho closed his short address. It Vas then Mr. Fisher's and: be- ing in fighting humor and speaking with much it vras soon evtdeat ho .had tho majority1'.of his hearersrwith hiuf; and despite the effort to mmimire the situation by the .interjection of-h-jmor, Mr. MiiTor has-earned haps made the most effectual, appeal an enviable reputation as-a presiding; for the support of the'voters tho officer, was ajaln in the chair, _and at the close Mr. Anderson's address at onco Dr. P, district that ho bas yet matte.' He stuck closely to 'the records iriade by 'the -ggvernnient. comparing dalbjhtful concert, was given in for this district was accorded aj it that mado. bj the Bowger gov learty and general, npplausoi ernment He dealt in some detai when ho rose :to speak. As n critic with criticisms" which had the doctor was not as he has proven hlmcelf to ho when speak ing iu other.roles, inject some humor into hlB remarks of-his own re'cord Iu b-apport of tho this parlicula ho scored :'T; Herchmer nor 5Ir. tip te t the Oltrer and. social bond ago, n dcllyeranco which in this proviuce where what ara locally ternsed tho have .been., so Ions ''opposed by thQ more sdvahced elomants In society. INCREASE ELECTRICITY YORK, Dec. of the largest electric lighting of the city todcy announced au increase fit snproxlmafeiy teu per cent, in the price ct. eiectrfcty used by house- holders aud small effec- ionihfis a very difficult.matter j tice today. The .pity will fight tho o discount by tho'opposition, and I increase on behalf of the Consumers. FRIENDS WOULD' MAKE HIM GOTHAM'S MAYOR NEW YORK, i- for mayor" the. slogan '.today of frltnda of the fci-mer iacretary of the treasury, who are laying plan! to run htm for.tht bfiice'oh a Ion c'. Fusion 'leaders' who' the lattVohn furrpy. Mitchell, for. o( York, are aild to bo backing this moyement.' NAVIGATION CLOSES DULUTH, Dec. maTine'- Insurance rates on vessels, plying tho Ureal Lakes ceased a> midnight lest night, brioging navigation officially to a .close. However, many Ehlpa will, continue to sail the lakes until tha ports freeze .up. Made of Special Automobile Steels FORCED AT McKEI VfF 1 V UIRE'S For Friday CloM% Days of This Gigantic nrvr PHirps i AS MUST BE REDUCED IN A LIMITED TIME. AGAIN WE HAVE GONE THROUGH OUR STOCK RNAL SACRIFICE PRICES REPRESENT A SAVING YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO MANX ON EVERY AS WHOLESALE STOCK RE PLACEMENT PRICES WILL NOT REACH THAT LOW LEVEL FOR MANY MONTHS TO cuivit. 1HA1 is 1U at, (JAINtX> A1 1 HIS SACRir ICE SALE. i H t SMTS Similar Reductions on AIT Other SUITS 'FINAL CUT SUITS n FINAL CUT SUITS FINAL COT SUITS k FINAL CUT SUITS FINAL CUT SUITS. FINAL CUT DRESS SHIRTS Up to FINAL CUT Separate and Collar Attached. Up to FINAL CUT FLANNEL SHIRTS Regular FINAL Suits and Overcoats: OVERCOATS OVERCOATS FINAL CUT -v-. FINAL CUT OVERCOATS FINAL CUT OVERCOATS FINAL CUT CLUETT SHIRTS Regular STANFIELD'S FJNE RIBBED COMBIN'S .Regular t FINAL. CUT SHOES Regular FINAL OVERCOATS FINAL CUT ;iriaw cu i.O Mackinaw Coats FINAL' CUT FINE-RIBBED WOOL COMBIN'NS Regular FINAlt INAL CUT LINEN COLLARS Reg. 35c. Odd sizes. RIBBED WORSTED WOQLHOSE- Regular 90c. FINAL CUT CASHMERE HOSE Up to 90c. WRIST GLOVES Up to REGULAR STOCK ARROW COLLAR'S Regular 35c FINAL CUT FINAL CUT 55c HEAVY RIBBED WOOL 'COMBINA'S, Regular FINAL CUT Gauntlet GLOVES Regular FINAL CUT .GEO. A. SLATER SHOES, TAN v. Regular FINAL CUT STANFIELD'S FINE RIBBED WOOL COMBINATIONS Regular FINAL CUT. SPECIAL RAIL- ROAD GAUNTLETS FINAL' CUT KHAKI COMBINA- OVERALLS .Regular CUT UNDERWEAR Heavy ribbed wool, 2- piece. Up to FINAL CUT TERMS CASH. NO GOODS ON APPROVAL. CHARGES ON ALL ALTERATIONS. NECKWEAR Regular FINAL CUT 85c Special Lot Xmas NECKWEAR Up to FINAL CUT DRESS J5HOES Bljck and Tan. CUT? A. SLATER SHOES IN BLACK Regular FINAL CUT SOFT FELT HATS Up to 0 DR. JAEGER'S COMBlNATIpNS' Regular FINAL CUT S12.80; FINE RIBBED COT- TON UNDERWEAR 2-piece. Reg. 'FINAL CUT CUT NECKWEAR Regular FINAL CUT ODD TROUSERS Regular FINAL CUT ;s HEAVY BLUE DEN- IM BIB OVERALLS FINAL CUT McKELV ;