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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PA6BFOUK LBTHHRIPGE DAILY HKRfjj) PreprKWn LKTHQRIDQB HIRAL.O WHNTINO COMPANY. LIMITED Mil ttrMt toutH, AIMrH W. A. BUCHANAN and Maurtnc DlrMtor JOHN TUHRANQS I .25 8.0 Do You Know? Audit Bureau of Circulations Daily, delivered per Dtily, mall, per mall Mr. 6 monlh....... by mall, 5 months......... Wmkly, by mall, per year........ Weekly, by mail per Jcar to U.S. HIS WORSHIP'S OATH OF OFFICE It may not be common knowledge, but it is the fact nevertheless, that the Mayor in his oath of office binds himself to be partial In the execution of the duties pertaining to office. Either this is so or there is something radically wrong in the interpretation to which the Klns's English lends it-' tor? self. The oath taken by his Worship I is precisely tlie as that taken by the other two so that TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. What wilt: the former name oi Prince Edward Island? 2. What are R. C. universitlei and colleges of Canada? 3. What was the population of Lethbrldge in the last Dominion cen- sus? What was It ten previous- ly'.' 5. What nro the lakes of Alberta? C. Which Is tho largest, and which is the smallest? MONDAY'S QUESTIONS 1. How came "miniature." as ap- plied to painting, to get its nama? 2. Who were the most noted miniature painters? 3. When was tie first steam packet service between Canada and Great Britain established? 4. What Lord Chancellor was known as "OM 5. What king of England was known as "Old When did McGill obtain its char- ANSWERS From the Miniatori, a set of today we have the city council sworn to be guided in the discharge of their by the sjirit of partiality. And we have always conaidered the civic administration inspired by the spirit of impartiality! Sad to say, one more idol is shattered. Here are the exact words which the Mayor and the other Commissioners hare lubacrfbed to, attested by the authority of the city solicitor. Oath is taken that "I have not received and will not receive any payment or re- ward thereof for the eiercise of any 'innartiality' or malversation or un- execution of the said office.1 man have to be bribed to be im-l partial? monks noted for painting with red? lead. The first miniatures were'the Initial letters of nibica, and as the head of tho Virgin or some other saint was usually Introduced tato theee il- luminated letters, the word came to express a small likeness. 2. Holbein, Nicholas Billiard. Isaac Oliver and his sou Coop- er and his brother Alexander. From Halifax, in 17S8. j 4. John Scott, Lord Eldon; ed from his carrying home with him in different bags the cases still pend- ing his Judgment 5. Charles II., from his favorite racehorae. A portion of tho Newmar- ket racecourse is still %alled the Row- ley MIIo after the horse. 6. March 1821. ntlnued from front page.) father, mother and sister In Vancouver, but her no addreas there. She never saw him in Leth- bridge before. She related how the deceised came to tho door of her resl- on the fatal afternoon, and how, wheu he saw her husband behind her, he pulled out his cuu and then, who the latter stepped back, made hU.wa down tho Ptret'l. Husband's Tho husband of the woman gav JtJESDAY. JANUARY 4. 19J1 evidence of the dec-eased coming t the door and flourishing a gnn whir Henry Irving have been oatti has tripped in using the 'word I worthily carried on by men such Sir Beerbohm Tree, Sir George Alex- evidence of Wallis, and deposed to finding the revolver on the' boulevard. Bought Gun In Cjty William Taylor, of the HIck-Sehl Hardware, testified, to tlie deceased coming into the store, about ten-thirty on the 'Friday morning, wanting to purchase a revolver, which was refus ed him in that he did not have the necessary permit. He returned later, shortly after two in the afternoon, with a permit signed by Magistrate E. N. Barker, granting him permission to carry and be in possession of a gun, whereupon he was served with a revolver, identified ag-the one with which he shot himself.. Chief Giilespie deposed to the de- ceased coming to him for a permit for gun. saying wanted- it as he man who has become identified as Sidney Carlton in "The Only Way." tlality" ought'.to have been used? If ao, the trip is a fatal one, in that it has caused three innocent men to per- jure themselves; for it is not to bo expected that they have any other, in- _______ tention Jn the exercise of their office! than that of being impartial. .If the! WORKERS AND three Commissioners, are meu cfi THE TARIFF tender conscience they must, now that' The industrial workers of Canada, they see what they have involuntarily, comprised in the Trades and Labor doiie, undergo all the tortures of tha t Congress of the Dominion, have ad- "Ancient .Mariner" who- killed the alba- ministered the high protectionists a tross. In the circumstances they have our commiseration.- sign a document which you have not carefully read and digested.'- This applies to Mayors and Commissioners, as well to ordinary mortals. large, He refused to j grant him one and told him to go to list has been auded the name of the Magistrate Irwin, who was then sit- ting on the bench in court room. Here, again, hia application was re- fused by the Magistrate. Gave Name of Jones On the person of the deceased were found notes to the value of 130 and a veteran's badge, together with the let- ter read at the addressed "To all whom it may concern." To Magis- trate Barker' he gave the name of .Jos- eph Morningslde, wh'en ap- plying for a permit, and this was the name filled in it. This was also the name in which the deceased was reg- istered at a local hotel. NEW YEAR HONORS New Tear honors, as they are. call ed, are going through the gradual pro of extinction, in the small num-i present National Policy, is essential ber who figure in the roll, as compared I to the well being of the industries 'of chill in their advocacy of the present protective tariff as being a boon to them. The statement signed by Tom Moore, President of tha Congress, at least shows that wlthont any political prejudices they have an intelligent sense of economics and are not to be caugnt by the bait which is dangled in.the'r sjss. This bait in the propa- ganda of the protectionists ia that a protective tariff as constituted in the IN THE NEW YEAR Wateh Night Services in Chnr. Tree at Court Cases to HE former length, and the absence from it of the higher honors of tha peerage that at one time distinguished It. -This year's honor roll is, however Interesting in the order of knighthood being- conferred on a minister of the far as we are aware li distinction. A venerable Nonconformist divine the octogenar Ian Div Clifford, has been selected for His is a name identified with .Baptist Church jn. England, and he achieved a notoriety at OTJO timejM being-the leader of what wer- as passive resisters, who re- tused on principle to pay the rates for the tupport of the national schools, u they were called, under the admin latratlon of the Church of England, which later by an Act were incoruorat- sd isto the system of state-aided achoclB. His action and those of oth- ers at the time created quite- a furore of excitement. Dr. Clifford was prominent In thc- KiTOcacy against state-aided denomin- ational schools, as the Church of .England schools were regarded by the Nonconformists in the status they oc- cupied under the Educational Act of 1902, which came into force the fol- lowing year. The passive resisting movement developed into a political one, with Dr. Clifford taking a leading part on the platform; end it was due to this movement that the Unionist Government of that time waa defeated In the campaign o( 1906, when it was by the Liberal Government under Campbell Baunerman. An amended Educational Act was prepar- ed by Mr. Birrell, but, though It passed the House of Commons by a big majority, it was defeated by the HOUBC of Lords, with the passive re- movement gfuuually dying out. Dr. Clifford has always bean strongly opposed to clericalism in the State. Another. New Year honor, serving to ahoV the prestige to which the stage has arrived, in the recognition it receives, is tlie knighthood con- ferred on Martin Harvey. This recos- titlon has been earned for the tnem- 6eri of the theatrical profession by Blr Henry .Irving, the first of the pro- Canada and thereby to that of the workers of the Dominion. The state- ment signed by Mr. Moore, while ex- pressing a belief in protection, goes on to find fault with the present pro- tective tariff as it has resulted. The President of the Trades and Labor Congress well puta the situa- tion caused by a high protective pol- icy when he states th'at though Cana- dian workers admit the need of pro- tection to our industries they are not Alex Stewart Purchases Hard- ware Business of J. W. Hill and Son There (From Our Own .Correspondent) TABBR, Jan. big change of business in Tabcr, has just taken place which will come as a surprise'to the people of the towji and district, in the purchase of the well known and long established hardware business of J. W. Hill Son, situated on one of the most prominent corners of the business section' of Taber, on satisfied in regard to its past applica-jthe corner directly east of the Cana-' isused j dia11 of Commerce, and diagbrial- i lv "cross from the Bank of Hamilton tion, believing it has been nii: oftener tor the benefit capital than used for tha benefit of labor. Further, he gives voice to practical wisdom when he says that protection should never be BO high as to create a mon- opoly and remove all Incentive for initiative and improvement on the part of the management. Here he puts his finger on the sore of high protection as it has been created by the exploitation to which a high, tar- iff lends itself. In the case of protection, as applied to those Industries which have reach- ed a stage of development where they no longer need it, Mr. Moore advo- cates an excise duty on their products equal to the arriBunt they would have benefltted by the tariff. There is in the suggestion the redeeming feature that in an excise duty the revenue tax will go directly to the Govern- ment for the benefit of the country and not for the.benefit of the indivi- dual industrial concern, as the preseut protective duties tend to do. on Hough St. The twenty-five foot vacant lot, immediately west, at the corner of the block was purchased last spring from Hill Son by the R'oyal Bank, which- expects to build in the spring, and the hardware has is Mr. Alexander Stewart, of Leth- bridge, a well known commercial man, and ol high reputation In business circles. Stocktaking in connection with the change of bualneua begins to- morrow, and the store will be closed Tuesday and Wednesday while an in- ventory of the stock is being taken. Further details of the change will be found in a later issue of the Herald. CANADA HASN'T FILED (from Our Own Correspondent) MACLEOD. Jan. Year's came in with a warm chlnook breeie and bright sunshine, giving to all the thought of spring, also the happy thought of Happy New Year. Every- thing waa quiet in Macleod during the day. with the usual New Tear's call Ing and dinners given to friends. The G.W.V.A. gmve one of their popular en'ertalnnenta In their hall, which was well attended. 'Watch night ser- victs were held in the churches at 11.30 p.m. the Presbyterian, Church at England and Methodist churches were all In keeping with the hour, and a pleasant and profitable hour was spent at the end of the old year and the beginning of the New Year. Services in all these churches were New Tear greetings by tho ministers. :n the, Methodist church the conaecra- :Ion and sacrament !n the evening was well attended. Pearce district celebrated their holt- days by--an Imnienee Xmas tree and program that would do credit to towns and cities. The school was crowded o its utmost capacity, and everyone received from Santa Claua something o remind them of the Christmas and New Year's time. Rev. W. A. Lewis and Mrs. Lewis from Macleou among th'oee receiving gilts. At the court house on Friday, Dec. list, 1920, two important cases were ried before Judge McNeill. A young man from a-northern district who was ust complettac a term at the Leth- rldga jail was brought up for steal- ng horses. 'He pleaded guilty to the harge, and was acquitted, ori account f'having already served a sentence, nd pleading guilty. Another-was that of a 3tavely man fho had taken money from another, while they were all having a good tme. He admitted getting the money nd that he had sent to the old coun- ry for cash to repay it. He told the ourt of the good time he had In Cal- ary with the extra change he had. .G was given two months to think he matter over. The new teachers for the public and igh schools are now In town and ady for work on Tuesday morning. Mr. Mercer, manager of the Canad- au Bank of Commerce In Macleod, aves on Monday night for the an- ual meeting of the managers of the ank In Toronto on January 10th, 121, and will be absent two weeks. !r. Huntley will be manager during Is absence. v Mrs. Beecher aha daughter Lilly :ave .and Victoria, here they .will spend' the next two onths. ;i Mr., and Mrs. mourn the loss their eldest daughter, who died in hio, being brought ome to Micleod 'fcr burial, which ill be from' their Jiome on January 4th, 1921. Duncan HcNeLll aient Xmas and New Year's, at home'ln Macleod. Murray Gardiner, Aimsley and Ger- trude Gardiner spent their holidays with their., parents in Macleod. Miss Pauline Lewli left on Friday for Cararoae, where the has accepted a position in the normal school. .Mrs; Loughead, who has been vlslt- iig her parents in Macleod Rev. Mr. dnd Mrs. Lewis, wemt north to her home on December 30th. Tho regular meeting of the United Farmers of Alberta, Macleod branch was held on December 31st in the town'hall. The reports of the year were not completed on account of the returns, from the-drlW not having been made. H. Mclntosh was elected president, J. Homer vice-president, W. J. Shield secretly and Rev. If Lewis treasurer. W. Shield and A. H. McFadden were appointed delegates to attend the annual convention to be held, in Edmonton In the near future Another meeting will be held later and- the delegates'wilj 'be "glad to re- ceive suggestions m to their actions at the coming convention. The meet- ing then adjourned. OK MM AN C-IN-C TALKS WARLIKE Jan. Kli New the anny, Maj- General van On German nttn the MOaaatty or the atldlcra, tlwmaatvH wholly te call- "We will our award (harp our the "Inaylrtd by tuck i tnw conception and of snd by this feeling rwpsntlbllity, the new army will be able to rival old one In ef- ficiency." DECLOISA Secretary of Civil Service Board of Hearing Has Been Suspended OTTAWA, 'Jan. 3. iCenadian "attempts on the part of you and your officials to George B. Bull, til his suspension last week, was sec- retary of the civil service hoard of tearing, has addreaced an open letter to Premier Meighen, which is publish- ed in today's Citizen. Mr. Bull dalms that members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police searched his home oa a warrant for documents, "assum- ed to be missing from the hoard of but that they were really seeking papers in preparation agmlaet the government's tariff policy. He also stated in his letter: "I have since been informed that the reaeon for the search of my house wu to secure the evidence necessary to refute (rave charges brought by federal employees' ualon No. 68 agiimrt the board of hearing." Mr. Bull says that while engaged in investigational work in 1915-18 he "learned and knew too much and every conceivable charge" brought against him. Fnrther allegations he makes are that: "The'affairs of the civil service com mission are in such a condition that it is. impossible to do anything with them. "The recent reorganization of the printing bureau Is not as satisfactory as the expert claims; that there has been work done which requires im- mediate investigation and that there has not been, or will not be, any such saving as has been reported. "That there has been political in- fluence used in the work of the board of hearing. "Increases, out of all proportion, are being given to the favored few by this board, and, "That thousands of dollars are be- ing wasted In supposed reorganiza- tions which cannot ever materialize." Is Likely To Be Victorious in the Sooth Africa GentraJ HOPEFUL OF REMOVAL OF CATTLE BMldARGO FREDERICTON, N. B., Jin. 3. a commimicatlpn to Hon. D. W. MerMreau, minister of agricul- ture of New Brunswick, Hon. Manning Doherty, minister of ag- for the province of On- tario, atated that the ehaneea for having the embargo on llvetltGck to England from this country re- moved were never brighter since 1892. LONDON, Jau. Asso- ciated Capetown corres- pondent of the Dully Telegraph dis- cussing the general election campaign now going on In the Union of South Africa, that reports from differ- ent parts of the country show that Premier Jan Smuts li making excel- lent electoral progress. Tho Nation- alists, the correspondent says, are evincing a desire iu sotno to ceaw political strife. According to the Telegraph's cable, Premier Smuts, speaking in Eastern Transvaal, dc- :lared that his work in Bouth Africa tnd his work for the League of Na- tions were both going to be a success. A policy of trust and co-operation vonld rule both, he said. That waa -he only policy he stocd for. Polling takes place in South Africa on February S. Premier SrauU Is seeking the coalition of Boers, known a> the South African party, and the imgliih-speaklng Unionists, formerly ed by Sir Thomas Sraartt. He is mak ng election fight on a platform >f Don-cession from, British em Ire. He la opposed by the National sts, the irreconcilable Boers under ieneral Herzog and the labor party. General Herzog has made a number f speeches denouncing what he bus tyled the subordination of Booth Af- lea to imperial Interests. At the eneral elections last March the Her- og followers and the laborttss retnra- d the largest number of rapraaenta- ives. They coalesced tacitly for the nrpose of attacking the government of Premier Smuts. prime minis- ter got sonva support from the Union- ists and last fall formed an actual al- liance with them. Nationalists Alarmed LONDON, Jan. Canadia Atsociated African cables indicate alara by the National- ists at increaaing secessions from their ranks during the election fight, and ttie growing strength of the South African Unionist coalition. The ef- forts of the labor party to raise econ- omic questions in the vrban centres appear" to have been unsuccessful. PICKED UP IN PASSING POX T H BUST KAN The election fight, though thoroughly spirited has been without disorder. The South African Unionist coalition is traaded by Premier smuts. CARDINAL GIBBONS IS BACK IN BALTIMORE BALTIMORE, Jan. Gib- bons was brought home from Union Mills, Md., today. He was reported to have stood tha 4.0-mlle journey without discomfort, "be fine." BLAMES UNION ST. JOHN, N. B., Jan. Mari- time Nail Works has qlosed dowu for aa indefinite period. 'Two hundred men are thrown out if: employment and the business interests-of the city will be deprived of a payroll approx- imating a month. S. F. Elkin, THE FORMAL wnTirclM'P" who is managing director, THE FORMAL NOTICE the wages insisted upon by the "The Only Way" has evidently led the way to a knighthood. When ia an oath not an oath? The city council should supply the an WASHINGTON, Jan. Subjects of Great Britain, resident in Canada are not entitled to inherit real or per- sonal property in the United States under existing treaties between this country and Great Britain until for- mal notice has been given as required by treaty, the supreme court held to- day. The opinion was handed down In a suit brought by Canadian heirs Practically all except Canada have flled the required formal notice, tho court said. H. O. Wells says that there is little ioting in Petrograil. Probably bo- cause there in little left to loot, ob- serves an American paper, From what has apparently resulted in making uso of tho American ex- chango by rsrtaln in Canada, tho feajfen' Iff receive tha dignity, and to phr.iae "Exchange ia no robbery" has horn the present status to which the I06t its weaning. of a Kansas estate. British possessions MUST SUPPLY BOOK PAPER TO ONTARIO GOVERNMENT PORT ARTHUR, Jan. The con tract between the Ontario government and the Provincial Paper Mills, 'Lira- whereby t'nc company getd a pulp limit of square miles and agrees to eract a paper mill In Port Arthu-, includes a clause- to the affect that tho mill will supply all tlie book paper wanted by the Ontario depart- ment of education for a fierlod of 21 Hamilton Police 'cooinlisalon Uonecl a pollen organization' for the prohibitive to carry on the business in competition with oth- er factories which have the open shop and are not dictated to by their em- ployees. GRASSY LAKE MASONS Installation of officers of the A. F. A. M. No. 57 Grassy Lake was held on Monday evening" Dec. 27th, ,inst., in the Masonic hall." .The following officers were elected fir'the ensuing! year It-W- H. J. Scott, S. W.; P.- Carruthers.'J.'.WV; Treasurer; R.-E, Roy Gold, Chaplin; it. L. D.; Ben Collins, J. D.; W. a M.cNiven, S. 8.; S..Smeltzer, J. 0. Blling- son, .Tylor. iWAIT FOR BETTER WEATHER WINNIPEG, Jan. "Wop1 May, on his way to Edmonton from New York with an for use in the north, did not make a start from Vh-den today. Capt. May and his crew decided to wait over until Tues- day for more favorable weather condi turns. M. P. IS VERY ILL FREDERICTON, N. B., Jan. 3. The condition of Col. Harry F. Me- Leod, M.P., who is critically ill at his home here, suffering from his fifth attack of pneumonia, was not so re- assuring today as yesterday, when he held his own pretty well. This morn- ing he was said to be somewhat weak- er, and it' is believed the crisis will be reached 'either tonight or tomorrow. MACLEOD MASONIC OFFICERS Installation of officers of Alberta Lodge No. 3 A. F. k A. M. G. R. A, took place at Macleod Monday night, when the following were installed by Ht. Wor. Bro. Murison: Worshipful Bro., C. W. MacKinnon, W. M.; Wor. Bro. S. Middlcton, I.P. Mi; Bro. A. H. Kennedy, S. W.- Bro E. Haiti, J W.; Most Wor. Bro. Pat- terson, Chaplain; Wor. Bro. Morris, Organist; Ht. Wor. Bro. J. Allen, Ty- ler; Bro. J. Arthur, S.' D.; Bro. C. Butcher, J. D.; Bro. J. Hathney, S. S.; Bro. W. Currie, J. S.; Bro. J. McGow- an.'I. G. se of anil sports, CANADA'S NAVY GOING TO PACiFIC COAST HALIFAX, Jan. navy nucleus H. .M. C. S. Aurora and the destroycrj Patriot and Patricia, which arrived here recently from England, are expected to sail fron Halifax on Saturday, of .this week for Esquimau, B, C. They will proceed from Hali- fax to Bermuda, thoncs vrhnjugh the Panama canal and JtJMhe. Pacific coast to the fijuinWa' naval TO AMALGAMATE RY. BROTHERHOODS WINNIPEG, Jan. 3.. (Canadian meeting will be held here during the week of January 24 for the purpose of'amalgamating the-gen- eral grievance committees of the ianadian Brotherhood of Railway Em- ployees on the Canadian National and rand Trunk Pacific railways, be- tween Port Arthur and the Pacific coast, now that the two systems are under the same management and the employees having the one wage sched- ule. O. B. U. VOTES FOR 'PEG AS HEADQUARTERS WINNIPEG, Jan. units of tlie One Big Union have voted over- wllelmingly in favor of suggested changes in tho constitution as adopt- ed..tentatively yesterday at the Ono Big Union 'convention in Port Arthur last fall, Frank Woodward; secretary ol the central labor council, to- day. One of tho clauses provides for tho removal of thu headquarters' frnm Vancouver to Winnipeg. This will he effected this week, Mr. Woodward de- clared. V. R. Midgeley, general secre- tary of the One Big Union, will come Hope to Rectify Exchange Rates LONDON, Jan. comprehensive scheme lor the establishment of cre- dit bonds 'and other proposals having for their object rectification of for- eign exchange rates is understood to lave been submitted by Sir Robert 3. Home, president of the board of :rade, at a conference today with leading financiers of the country. Sir Robert invited critlcismu as a result of which, it is anticipated, an mportant plan will shortly be placed before the cabinet, and if adopted, will have the backing of British finan- ciers and Insurance magnates. It is hoped the scheme also will assist ma- terially in solving the unemployment problem. PRINCE ALBERT BUILDING PERMITS SHOW INCREASE PRINCE ALBERT, Jan. permits for 1920 numbered 187 val- ued at J4G9.975; 1919, 135, valued at INCLUDE FRANCE AND ITALY IN DISARMAMENT WASHINGTON, Jan. Borah's resolution advocating a re- duction in future naval building by Great Britain, the United State) and Japan, was considered today by the senate foreign relations committee, but final action was deferred. Senator Borah said after the com- mittee session, which was secret, that considerable sentiment developed in the committee to include France and Italy in the disarmament negotiations which' the president would be asked to initiate. Aid. Joaeph Patrick is it cacdidatf for mayor of Victoria. Mrs. Sarah Freeman died at Wood- stock at the age of 10) years I months. Ernost Whitman, t Lawrencetown, N, S., lumberman, was crushed to death by a tree. Frlncex Mary, the only daughter of George, hue determined, after many protests by her mother, to drive a car of her own. Mra. Gco. C. Elliott, of Glenooe, mother of J. C. Hlliott, ex-M.P.P., ol London, died on a, visit to a.daughter at Jenner, The annual convention of the Sas- katchewan Grain Growers' association will be held this year in Moose Jaw, commencing Tuesday, February 1 and continuing to the 4th. Rev. Canon Hiochcliffe, of Victoria, who wae recently elected to the B. C. Legislature, was at one time engaged In missionary work with the Ptefan Indians. fifteen years ago this January, the first thiitro unvoted exclusively to motion pictures in Canada was open- ed, ia Montreal, by Mr. L. E. Ouimet, now president of the Specialty Film Import, Limited. The executive of the MacGlll tercen- tenary campaign announced the total returns to the end of the year amount- ed to and that every day lip to date subscriptions continued to come into headquarters. FARMERS GET CHARTER WINNIPEG, Jan.' United Fanners' Political party of Dauphin. Limited, hac been granted a charter of Incorporation under the Companies Act of it was announced to- day, ine new organization is limited in capital to The organization will be federal in scope, it was learned. What is Home Without Music? When you can bay a genuine Victrola from us for why de- lay? It gives you access- to all the over selections In the BIG FREE CATA- LOGUE Aak for It Easy terms to those who de- sire them. Victor Records play perfect- ly on any machine naing fibre or ateel needles. MSON RiSCK, WW Balmoral Block "The Home of the Vletrola" EXTRA SPECIAL MEN, READ THIS! CPSTOMTAILOREDSUITSATABIG SAVING In order to keep our Tailor Shop going to full capacity in the quiet season we are going to put on sale all our fancy Suitings in worsteds'and tweeds (everything except Blues and AT ONE Regular Values from to All at the Special Price of Suit Remember, custom tailored right on the premises. FRED THAELL 5TH ST. SOUTH. PHONE 1160. ;