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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta i>AGE SIXTEEIf THBLETHBRIDGE DAnTKSftALU^ ^ 1 _FRIBAY. DECEMBER 8. IWO Bbgiilflceiifly Farnished Pace Found by Police in 'Clean-up" .�'CHZPAOO, Not. 24.-"Prisoner nt ,, Theballffl in the South Clark street court started calling the docket in a :[ebh'D8t, dear voice, Monday morning. By the time the shanlt of the afternoon Bad been i^ached he was hoarse itQd groggy. ; He had ushered 436 gamblers, yegg- yaneeuver Man Suffered Dreadfully With Rheumatism-Tanlac Ends Troubles. : Here Is another Instance of the i^mBrkable reconstructive powers of Itiuih^ as related recently by Charles Xaemmer, of 92� 13 th Street, Vancou-;iNMr, tB.C., a well known resident there for the past twenty-one years. "I'm actually feeling so fine since 1 Tanlac," he said, "that, although^ seventy-two years of age. I am CiRDihg liorth In a little'while to trap well sunk on purely geological Indications in Manitoba. At 80 feet, salt water has been encountered and drilling is suspended temporarily while a ahutHjff casing ia being placed. Whether oil ia found or not, the Information gathered aa to the siraU formation will be of value in future oil development work in the province, it ia believed. HAVE RECOLVEREO 21 BODIES houses. The court declared that many of them would be puiUshed enough at home. The throng of women in the police court proved the contention right in mapy Instances. Men who had pleaded guilty of gambling in resorts where cool nenre was necessary, where a $1,000 roulette bet wa?- of no moment, paled when their wives took them in tow the barge W. J. Pirrie, which  sunk on Cake rock oft the ? Washington coast last Friday, ^ have been recovered and furled ^ on the beach near Cape John-4>' son, according to a telegram  from Neah Bay, Washington, today.  The finding of the 21 bodies, ? with the rescue of Kmesto Aravena, seaman, and Carlos Peterson, second engineer, accounts for all persona known to have been aboard the vessel when she west down. ? OFFER REWARD TO LOCATE PERPETRATOR OF OUTRAGE BERLIN, Dec. 3.-The inter-allled commission at Rybnlk, Silesia, Is reported to have ottered a reward of dales has won from $6,000 to $50,000 commons on many nights at Lazarus' gambling palace. Chase the Qamblera Police Chief FitzmorrtB said Monday that police captains who have allowed gambling in their precincts will be held accountable. yesterday evening, and  ten thousand marks for the apprehen-enunciated the views concerning the | s'on of the person guUty of the-recent establishment of an empire, bank bomb outrage against the plant of the which he recently put forward in Caa ada. Sir Wm. MabKentie attended the discussion, which was participated in by Col. Amery, under-secretary of Rybniker Stadtblatt. CHANCES QF CEREALS ittSSIA SMALL LONDON, IfOT. iO.-(By Mail.)^ Hope thatlBur^pe nitt^ obtain any cereals or flax from soviet Russia is entirely nnfbtthded, says a circular from the RoAala^ Liberation Committee in London, lin arttl-bolshevlst or-ganlsatloh. - The circular tiacaUs that according to the Food Cotnmlsaarlat's plans, roughly 7,250,000 tons of breadstuffs were to be delivered to the soviet government by December 1 but, owing th the breakdown of tianspprta-tlon, the Siberian quota of 2,000,000 tons can only be brought in with the greatest difficulty, while the Caucasian estimated output of 1,750,000 tons cannot be relied ufMn owlnig to the military operations in that region. Quoting the bblshevlBt Investla, for the statelment t|iat up to' October,! only 100,060 tons of various cerei^b had been delivered, the circular points out that It will be Obviously impossible to bring in the deficit of 7,160,-000 tons by December 1. As regards flaic, the circular again quotes bolshevist figures showing that the area so�n In 1920 had shrunk to one-tffth of the pre-war area. The present crop was estimated ut a mere 66,000 tons, from which, th6 ciroiilar deduces, little or nothing will be avail-able for export. WED AS BRIDE AND GROOM STOOP IN SEPARATE COUNTRIES BERLIN. - A Beriln engineer has Bucceeded In olreumvantlnfl the passport law whieh atood In the way of hia marriage. HIa 1lanout $1,000 in a house near Willow Ghjve, Moore township. Prices Are Lower Here, as th^se 10 SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY Indicate Is it safer to buy at th^big establishments filled with high pricpfl merchandise which they are frantically trying to unload at prices that are still high \ OR To buy at the smaller store where stocks have been kept low for several months in anticipation of a drop and where shipments of new goods are being daily brought in at THE NEW LOW PRICES WOMEN'S CASHMERE STOCKINGS One of the buying snaps that came our way this week. Women's All Wool Cashmere Stockings, made to sell at $1.75 pair. Black only. Sizes 9, 9% �nd 10. Saturday, pair- 95c WOMEN'S WINTER VESTS Splendidly made garments, elastic rib,, finished with V neck and short sleeves. Drawers may be had to match. Saturday- 95c CHILDREN'S CREAM CASHMERE HOSE Another enap of merit, children's guaranteed irare wool cashmere hose of British make, cream only. Sizes 4% to '/T The actual wholesale cost of this line ranged from $1.35 to $1.75 pair, nrday, pair- Sat- 95c WOMEN'S HIGH CUT SHOES Here is a real bargain in shoes at a price below any yet recorded. Women's black kid ahoes, with Cuban or Louis heels; brown kid shoea with Louis heels; brown calf shoes with Cuban^ heels. All first class goods worth many dollars more than Saturday's price. NO TAX. $9.00 WOMEN'S CORSETS Several numbers of standard makes of corsets, including the ever-popular D. & A, made in flesh or white coutil, nicely trimmed and complete with hoBO supporters. Saturday- $1.95 WOMEN'S SLEEVELESS COMBINATIONS Medium weight combination in the sleevelesB "cumfy cut" style so much in demand at present. These come in ankle length only. At- $2.75 Canton Flannel Extra heavy quality bleached Canton flannel, 29 Inches wide. Saturday, yd. 39c Boys' Mackinaw* Pure wool Mackinaw Coats for boys 10 to 16 years. Handsome colorings and new models. Saturday- $10.75 Comforters While they last tomorrow, well quilted cotton filled comforters with silko-line covers in attractive colors. $4.95 Girls' Pullovers Pullover sweaters for girls of 8' to 14 years. Knit^d in fancy stitch. Colors rose and grey, emerald and white, American Beauty - and grey. Saturday- $2.95 I See the beautiful styles in Serge and Silk Dresses that came in this week at the new prices- . . This is one of tho e Smaller Stores-bu our Merchandise s of the best-and we know we can save you mQn?y. $21.50'^$39.50 Christmas Gifts For Elverybody AS USUAL WE ARE SHOWING SENSIBLE USEFUL GIFTS AT MQST REASONABLE PRICES. HENNESEY & WILSON NORTH LETHBRIDGE Gifts for all ages, for every preference and that will make everybody happy. It will be easy to make a selection, for any gift here-all are acceptable and useful. FOR BOYS AND GIRLS Toys, Games, Dolls, Doll Carriages, Kiddy Kars, Sleighs, Coaster Wagons, and other toys of every description. Skates in good variety. FOR OLDER PEOPLE A nice assortment of Hand Painted China, Silverware, Cut Glass, Brass Goods, Jardinieres, Dishes, Manicure Sets, and Fancy Goods. 3 SPLENDID PRIZES - 3 Will be oflFered and drawn for at Chrisljnas Time again this year. Starting tomorrow a coupon will be given with every dollar purchase, entitling the holder to a draw. These will be good prizes. C. G. OLANDER 524 13TH STREET NORTH GENERAL HARDWARE 431? 13487025 ;