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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOfc FOURTEEN LETHBniDGE DAILY FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1920 LOKDOX. Jan. persons. is-] ctaJtoc Hirry Lewis, a oar.-isler. I and fihuro and Cfcumberlaiu, inond 'merchauti, wero today la Bow t-treet police cutrt on j a charge of meltlug and breaking gold coin. They vert1 anvBted yea-( under the provisions of ihe of the Realm Act. Gold amounting In thousands pounds sterling has been from tho Bank of Kagland {or illegal according to tho Cold is now worth Hs per ounce, which is iu excess cf the face vain? of a sovereign, and the Mali asserts that xold valued at several thousand pouisde was four.d in the IIOUSCB of the persons under arrest. Meat Goes Up BILL SPENCER Toronto bicycle rider, winner of th5 race in Aui'.ralla. year in and his first in lav al Dalhoule, has been selected us ttic Rhodes scholar for i'rinco Edward Island. Berard. director Iff 'rts' Jan. in tho prices of meai attracted notice here .today. IB iiic week the cost of beef has advanced Jl.OO io ja.Ot' per owl.; jinrk to and lanili and mutton to S4.0D.' Live rautlon valucj ira unpro- redeutcd, Buffalo paying and Chicago }13.7r. for lambs, whereas 514.00 vernber The price Xo- advance nue ftns, oeen peinioneu oy a large number ot persons prominent In theatrical and literary circles to recommend thai Madame P.cjane, tho famous actress, he Kivc-u the ribbon cf. the legion ol Honor for her ser- in hehalf of art. government is oblig- ed to hire a jtlaut airplane to carry accumulated malls and telegrams to Holland because uf storms and strikes ivhich have badly crippled these ser- wlres out Bof. fcrc.d by drought last Conscious i Sir Phil- lip Twining, director of fortifications laud, works at th.e .wnr office, died suddenly yesterday, aged 57 years. He vras born at Halifax, X.S., and was a JErandEDn of. Charles Twining. TtU W1LMI.XGTCS'. Del.. Jail. velopins of a ucv. anaesthetic, which eliminates without icts o' con- sciousness r.nd produces virtually no nausea, was announced here today oy .H. Dupout dc Nemoura com- pany. The discovery, it was claimed, permits elimination of pain not only in obstetericil cases and dressing of but in other cases as The anaesthetic was discovered as a "now type of highly refined and modified by additions 'of certain cases which Rive to ft new and desirable characteristics. Tests have been made with the new ether at rrjilous and clinics and Uave. demonstrated that it Is thor- j ougcly practical and its use Is fol- hy no undesirable effects." Just a Minute Todiy'i Cinsdlan TrcK Ltd. L-tfti in Condensed rorm battled with ibank clerks In an Ineffectual attempt 'to rou the Manhattan Savings Institu- ftton here at 11 o'clock this morning. Kully shots were fired but none j of them look effect, although' a score ot polrocs wore in the bank when IhroB hishwajtmen mails their k. One of the desperadoes was captured. the Syndi- calist delegates arrested in the last raid here were representatives ot organization from all parts ot Spain.. Documents seized were said by the authorities to show" a wide-, spread terroristic movement to cover the entire nation was in preparation. I CHICAGO. Spectacular robberies marked the early tours of nrohibl-l tion eve here. In one instanca sii nlMlied men bound the yardmasterj watchman of the Pennsylvania i railroad, drove into a I srinty and took between and llPO.o'oo worth of whlokay from' two box cars. I importance is at-; taebod to the proceedings of the an-i nual meeting of the Dominion execu- kire of the Great War Veterans' As-' Ijociatlon, which is to he held in Ot- itrwa commencing on Saturday next. Political action, so wideli discussed the Dominion lust now, I- will no doubt be one of the subjects TOLEDO, men were -jsll, ,w ed and 13 other persons injured with. day at Harder, Ohio, when a .t I. work train collided with a Haiti-1 more ft Ohio trcicU train, accordluj JUDGE BRiTTON'S (o feuorss in Toledo. Tin; RESIGNATION ACCEPTED trains mc-t heati-on and tijc pevaona; IMlk'd and Injured were on the work j OTTAWA, Jan. Canadian train.' resignation of Hon. By-1 gor- emment's avlng opportunity to the bargain hunting public. LADIES' BLACK CASHMERETTE size only. These are just Ihe thing for growing girls. Regular price 50c and 55c pair. "JCw- To clear pair LADIES' SILK only.'Size 6 only. A useful glove for girls at this price. Regular value. To clear and Monday at, DJfC CHAMPAGNE SILK Bites. Reg. price J1.25. To claer out Saturday at, pair.. DIfC FINE CREPE'DE delightful shades of .emerald, pink, sky, Russian, black, cloud, grey. This number ;is worth today yard. We will r Q .clear yard............................ 1.33 NAVY flno twill. All wool English man- ufacture] and dye. 42 inches wide. Splendid n 7C value at, yard u.i v FLANNELETTE BLANKETS piarantce will be last tiny on which you can'procure these at Uio following prlcos. They wortK at least a dollar a'-pair more. And wo shall ho compelled to sell at a higher having come for Regular for ........V..50 S1.4S MUSLIN UNDERWEAR and lace n rft trimmed. Sale ITicc, 52.19 and o UNDERSKIRTS OF BLACK FARM- ERS' SATIN, TO CLEAR AT, EACH These ore exceptionally gootl value at Ihe price; the material-aloiio usually sells for yord, baing a heavy satiu with ft firm texture. MOIRE UNDERSKIRTS A good fissortmont of colors to o pr chooso from, Hcgitlar for 98c Bargains in Mem's Wear 10 ONt-Y, ULSTER Made ot Chinchillas and Tweeds. Colorsv.lnowiij aiid navy, Elzes 40 to 44. Regular v TVclear Saturdjiy only 7-ONLY, BOYS' OVERCOAtSriia brown tweeds, sizes 3 tor12 years. 1A' QC Reg. J15.00. clear only 1U.3J MEN'S FLEECE LINED piece garments. A few left. Regular ?1.25. To clear................. 8 ONLY, MEN'S HEAVY RIBBED COAT rrey. maroon and n QQ tan. Regular SS.59. To clear J.JiJ 11 ONLY, BOYS' CORDUROY- VELVET and brown, sizes 4 to 0 o Afl years. Regular 5U.OO. To clear........J.IfiJ 13 ONLY, MEN'S HEAVY WORK Made of quality diagonal'corded ker- sey cloth, sizes 15 to 17. Regular ?3.00. n 1 p To clear.............................6.13 MEN'S HEAVY RIBBED WOOL- UNDER- garments. Regular i or 1.4.J To Big Savings in Odds and Ends in the'.'Hpiisjs Furnishings GRASS only, 6xG, for GRASS only, 6x0, for .................i FIVE covering, shapes, size 22x214 inches. Worth J3.50. SATIN COVERED only- slzc 22x3 inches. Worth ?5.50, for 1.90 3.90 round 2.25 4.00 All REMNANTS CRETONNES, MARQUISETTES, SCRIMS, ETC., GREATLY REDUCED HEAVY HOTEL SIDE Worlh ?2.50 dozen, for. dozen HEAVY VITRIFIED SIDE Art Wortli dozen for, dozen O.UU ALL BRONZE ORNAMENTS TO BE SOLD AT COST CROCKERY BARGAINS -l l.UU ia size 12 to. l! inches. jflnin w'litc, -with floral and gold trs. 25 per cent, off regular price. GpVERED VEGETABLE In naught liluo. O io'r To match Slz: 10 inches. WoriS Size 12 inchis. Worth for Size 14 inches. Worth W.25 for PLATES To P'ze 7 inches. Worth for, dozen ,Slze Soup, Worth 54.50 for, .dozen oord- Con- Astounding Reductions Take Place in Several Lines of Footwear MEN'S BLACK AND TAN CHROME BLUCHERS heavy standard screw sobs. A good out- door boot. All sizes. Regular A OH Spocir.l MEN'S BOX KIP round