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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta . WEDNKSbAY, riCBIUJAHY 27, 1918 . PAGE SKVEII ' W SHOOLD V BEBUILIONIHE That is Logical Place But Would Cost More Money Says Mayor ,W 'kayof Hardio has his wlali, Uio pi'oii^aed (cariieglo i>ubllc library wfll ho bulU on onp corner of ttalt Gar-(lonft. ^ "Thiit In tho logical'place tor it," lioitolil tUo Htirald. "In luy �opinion It la the only plil'oo for It, Probably II la hot generaliy kiiowu, biit.wUon tnlk ot,t>U|ttling * CurnoRlo library here was flrat conaltlerort Bomo years ago, we coiiid'have oBlttlnoil from Mr. Gait ilio ufintro bif.tho Qardonfl .for that purpose. Now hdwever, since .that little 'plot 6t land hH!( pdasod Into the hatuls o( tile Cp.R. I,under8ta.nd th'oy Value it at |200,000iuiil there l8 no chancu of our �elttng it." / . Tho liiayor Atated Hint the old lib-lai-y, correspondenco wa.s bulng looked up, and iiB soon m poasiblo negotia-, tlons with the Oarueglo Library Foun-datlbn Fpnrt win bo opened. Tho one great dttfloulty about building on Oalt Gardens is that |30,000 waiild not be BiiMlcieht imonoy (or a building whluh would be a. decoration to that liftauty spot. - AFliAIIIIG The Tortures of Oyspepsil Corrected by "Fruit^ , 'St. MAitris's; N,B. ' "For two VparSjl'suffered torture.i from Severe Dyspefisia, J had con.starit pniii.s after eatlnff; pnlns down tho sk1o� and iMtck ; and liorrlb|o bitter stuff often ;: , DIED A LUNATIC : Winnipeg. Feb. 26.-David ,We|is, conscientious objector, recently' sentenced to the penltefitlary tor 'two years for defaulting undor;,.the Military Service Act, la dead. After: a few days In the penitentiary Wells bjecamo' a raving lunatic and was removed -to lhe"crtmity asylum at Selkirk, wUore he died,  v'l , H \ Nichokon abd UValley ' 1. Spcial Service Coiiventioii Here FriiE^y; An ecl'to contention oC the recent BojBlal Seryico Convention in Calgary, and coiisldored by many the bcBt-evor held In Alberto, will iiieet on Trtdayi March Ist. in Weilqy Hall. The'fol^: lowin Kprogram, will be glvep: � � y'Mri, > .aredatt, of Calaary,;foMowait-by aan-oral '.dlseutcion; �: � ' -Vt S P.M;-Addresa, Rav. A.iW. Ooona Provincial Secretary B9cM,9'*i>y|e� ' Lt^Oue. Subject, Tha j Racan�vCpn,, veptlon. , ' ' " .' Adtlress.'lev -Or, ^a|em'iQ.''Mnd, .�!rC'orfca� |ncJBl�l iTiMtic wltl-vbe. rfn'fJVli^, , F, |Everyhody..i9 i.nvitfd to"atlfnfii| SHOP AT "THE BAY" are no different from women wlvsn it come to shrewd buying and at the right time. They have long since realized that just at the time new season's goods are arriving the progressive store is willing to make large sacrifices on certain lines to clear them o,ut and make room_ for the new arrivals, THAT TIME HAS ARRIVED FOR US and it's for you to reap the benefit. FOR SIX DAYS ONLY THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2� to llii|iCH 7, OUR MEN'S AND BOYS'DEPARTMEfa StbfeK REDUCING EVENT of fhe following lines you cannot afford to miss MEN'S AND YOUTHS' TWEED SUITS 27'oniy in a nice range of patterns ahdi colorings. Siies for  to 40. Hoguldr to flB.OO.  ' SI 1.29 A very large am^ dainty array of NECKTIES with the open flowing ends. In every conceivable coloring and design-some ndat-some'showy, but something to meet every taste. ReguUr BOo, 3 for $1.00 16 ONLY, MEN^S SUITS In a better grade, the regular price ranging to J22.50. These will all be clf,ired at one price.  $14.49 T I I 50 DOZ. ONLY MEN'S GREY WOOL SOCKS Not too heavy, Just a nice medium weight. The regular price is 40c pair and'considering tho tremendous advance In the price ot yarn, these ar6\ surely a bargain at 25c pair CHESTERFIELD RAINCOi^TS FOR $11.95 This Is a very timely special fOr the. approaching spring weather. They come In worsted add .twe�d shell with a neat . check lining. Absolutely ralDproof and good value at J15,00 BLACK CASHMERE SOCKS There's only 25 do>en of these, so you will have to do soma tall hustling to gat In on tJiem. Regular 50c to go at-r 39c Pai' � ' -^m STOCK UP FOR THEhSPRING As well toll a man the world Is roiind as toll him- THESE SHIRTS ARE A SNAP AT :________ 99c i . ;,0ur rtifjular .atock runglng>rroni^.|L25 to .�L75.'Soft-or stiff giiffs, witii'or without collars.  | I 97 BOYS'SUITS In a very large range ot tweeds, worsteds, etc. Mixtures, stripes, checks In all colors. Made In the Norfolk or Pinch-back styles. Regtil.ijr values to $10.00, fw-, S6.49 T 1 ,TEN DOZEN.ONLY, FAWN NEAR FLANNEL WORK SHIRTS A medium weight suitable for spring. Sizes to Ilogulnr $1.50, for Sl^l9 BOYS'BLUE SERGE SAILOR SUITS with short or long pants. A good heavy old country serge ot splendid wearing quality. Any size for 7 to 11 years oC age. All one price- $4.49 . FLANNELEHE PYJAMAS In noal clean stripes. Some are frogged and some buttoned. Not tho extra heavy weight for winter wear, but just suitable for chilly spring nights. ReBulairf2.50 fpr $L98 I BOYS'PARAMAm RAINCOATS " .lust the thing he will need for school wear. Ouaraatsed td UuCp him dry. Sizes 28 to 34. Regular $6.50, ioT~. $4.99 9 . FLANNELETTE NIGHT SHIRTS Only a very limited ^upply ot these,,Cqjrte:.early, for they will sooiMie pone'at such a price v (� � 99c BOYS'IfXVT BLUE JERSEY SUITS. .. Guaranteed fast color and pf very elastic make which wilt keep its shape, Rogwlar |3,00,ior- ' ' . $2.15^ T : STORE OPEN TILL 9 p,m, SATURDAYS 1 STORE dPEN TILL 9p.m, SATURDAYS MEN'S HEAVY TAN CALF REOUIiATIPN ARM* LEATHtR ' STOCK WORKBbOTSft wide fitting;. Will �t�nd plenty'of hard W^ar Sizes 6 to 10. Today's price |6,oq- 'si>�UM$4u;s 3 A SPECIAjL SIIAP IN MINER'S BOOTS This iB a >(ld^ fitting easy boot without hob nails, In sizes 6 to 11, RagnWr M.op.' Spe' bqot, Binea c to 10. Regular $4,50,  , spMiti�t$3,e9 I E .4 BOYS'HP4YV SCHOOL BOOTS " Made of heavy bl^ck calf: Wide fitting, and :-&oavy leather/ : reinforced counters:^ Bites! 1 td; 6. Regular, <4.7ii. Special at-r-:' I 1 mm 23 88 95 ;