Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAf'l' KTfiJtT VMK I.RTMBaW.K FRIDAY, JANUARY 2y, 1920 THIS POCKET AEROPLANE HAS FOLDING Government Might Quebec Rifle Factory for Manufac- i ture of Agricultural Implements OTTAWA. J upressed In guvernnu-iii netllomen'i out cf conn i.f >hi- i-isir.n nf Sir KUJJ the riflcj fsvtory. ihe li.is ;'.boiu in the eate of-imuurial und from Ofl- M't agatast however. U the s-im o( about previously aUranc- c-J Charles m his tcn- hauded ly Sir. I'harlen yesterday Is In nUditiiiti to alrradv mfcde. The'government luis !o complete .in tujuippeil rifle Tho ri-1 lease under ivhtctf Sir Charles Koss hclii Ihe site from 'the Ki'iverFimolii is terminated unj his iiori'etiMl umlr.in for the sup- ply of amis Is ranreliod. What will lie done wiih the fur wry ias nuw to be (ietcrttlined. The BUK- sestlon of Sir Charles Ross thai H mfght be useii for the manufacture cf Rsriculi-tival implements h'Aa already hnrt some consideration; but a decis- ion oii' ihe point has not yet been Tin. smallest ssroyJaav, Tho ciusireU ny a COL reached stiavf. how-; a pocket size fixing machine, which hM.vringa that tan bo I'jMcii uii, over, thai a large portion o! the maoh-l milting machine to ho housed in a limited space. It has a spc-eil inerv might be used for purposes other I miles pw hour; will fly 30 miles oa a gallca or gasoline, nnd costs 55 the manufacture of amis. INCREASE IN NUMBER RECEIVING TRAINING' MAN DESERTED YOUNG MOTHER QUADRUPLETS OTTAWA, Jan. CaDadla.li 'OAKLAND. Cal., Jan. Increase In ihe number f" iUrlcd, here today; for .if trathees reeolYliiK instniciioa tinder man who mother vocational branch of the depart- aneut-of soWiers' civil jiient la shown hr (.tie meat recent ro irhich sires the total number tin- 1 yarn's a ,-f liool U'LichPr, with two oilier men ini'i fnttiihi'TA of Ihn Judfl. iinmr'l as s-orrctury; of ;i Incftl hriiiH-h of Uu1 wos tit row df Lhff Triat of tti'i aMcfictl Xnds iudictoii will lit: held Monday In Criminal conrc. will IIP fiouuJit for a nnm- of the iillfitis Involved, a C'oriitll 4.hil- Msidfjnt, wan fined for having a boilte of liquor In his pos- wlicn Ills young woman com- imnlon wwa browned In a canoo ac- cident last f umniov. He w.i? ue- fidHU.-d on cin'.rt'? oT murder. Siiits and FORMERLY HOW Special Lot of Men's Heavy Overcoats FORMERLY NOW Men's Mackinaw Coats FORMERLY NOW Men's Coon Coats >.V.t %irst FORMERLY Dog-Sk'n Coats NOW Men's Australian Coon Coats FORMERLY S65.00 Men's Wombat Coats FORMERLY NOW S49.50 Sianfold's All WooVHeavy Ribbed Underwear Combination and 2-piec.e, per suit FORMEnLY NOW Men's Heavy and Light Weight All Wool Sweaters FORMERLY S5.75 S9.00 Men's All Wool Vests FORMERLY NOW Special Lot of Fine Shoes, formerly Now Jj Copyifhl 1913 Hut ScluAncr Man Men's-All Wool Muff Assorted colors, extra long. FORMERLY NOW 53.50 Hudson Seal Fur Caps FORMERLY NOW Russian Rat Fur Caps FORMERLY NOW Knox Velour Hats FORMERt-Y NOW Stetson Hats FORMERL'Y NOW Florsheim Shoes FORMERLY S16.50............ Cluett, Peabody's fine Shirts FORMERLY NOW Flannel Shirts FORMERLY NOW Men's Fine Dress Gloves FORMERLY NOW 52.25.............. 32.75.............. 53.Z5.............. Men's Work Gloves Mitts FORMERLY NOW LOUIS KEEL Shop of Fashion Craft Clothes Oliver Block, 5ih St.