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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY; -JULY 8.--1920- THE DAILY HKHALH PAGE THIRTEEN YLANDS' Here it is, our twice a year Rummage Sale, a clearaway sale when every shelf and counter must be cleared of all Summer Merchandise, and when we adjust our stocks in preparation of the New; Season's business. From one end to the other in every nook and corner, here are bargains that will stir you to buy- ing.is never purchased before. Every .article presented for sale is clean, new fcnd y.-hjch will prove useful for. many months to come, quoted at reductions that are Real1 Reductions. Remarkable Savings X) "Remarkable'1 u the right word to use. It isn't an exaggeration. It's Cl'cSrance Time to reduce oar stocks oven .model, from the delectable (lance f rook-to more serviceable gingbani dress, must go .regardless of their actual'worth. Every oae o[ them Is pretty enough to be featured as a model of its kind, and there are enough different ucslgni to pltase any wotnatt In town. ;'Rigutor Silk Dresses for Regular Silk Dresses for......; Regular Silk Dresses for 'Regular Silk Dresses for Regular. Silk Dresses for rtegular Silk Dresses for Regular Silk Dresses for ReguUr Silk Dresses for Regular Silk Dresses Regular Silk Dresses for DURING OUR SLIGHT CHARGE WILL BE MADE' FOR 'ALTERATIONS. EVERYTHING REDUCED FOR TEN DAYS Delightfully Pretty Blouses Sheer, Gool and Colorful Textures Tou'll never know how beautiful tbeaa incdcs aro wnill you come ajid SOD. Ond describe them all, and the prices are so reasonable that one spends so much money during this big Rum- mage.Sale. Regular tor' Regular' tor Regular ?7.50 .for Ttdgnlar tor............................ Itegulai- 110.00 for .Regular for Regular tlo.OO for Regular HS.OO for Ttcgulnr fSO.OO 4.40 5.20 5.95 6.80 8.00 9.95 12.00 14.40 16.00 Presenting New Suits at Popular Prices Here is aiwealtli oC smart, elegant styles just Werning 'with those Individ- ual .touches. 'that prevent therii from being so modestly prlco marked "that-ovcry woman may own a new JCashloh- ablV suit without im'povcrishlns her purse. OT An OO Cfl JJ.DU j n 4V.UU Rcpilar tor Regular ?50.00 tor Regular J60.00 for Regular for Regular JSO.CO for Regular Suits for Regular AA 57.00 fn An D4.UO rjwj ASafeofJJnusiial Merit AJI Important'BelUng Skirts at opportune time, for.now women aro'p.lau-' ning their vacations and one ol thtse-wlil. add-much style ami comfort to the wearer. Regular C Aft for...............'................ U Regular fS.OO' Skirts- Regular J3.00 Skirls- Regular Skirts- tor Regular J12.75 Skirls- tor Regular foi-............___...... Skirts- tor....................... Regular for Regular J2S.OO -Regular ?28.50 for...................... Regular ,Skirts- 6.40 7.20 10.25 12.95 14.20 16.00 20.00 22.75 28.00 FREEH FREEH! TO BE GIVEN AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE! 'In order to Intensify tho inlcrosUn our RUMMAGE SALE, wo doing as -we have d'oro Iri'tlie fo'rmo- sales, namely, giving a "vil'l custoraera 'lie nearest to Iho correct number of yards of Sllklno in our window. away the' EPISON DIAMOND DISC PHONOGRAPH In Tniibognnv case, value at................. NOVELTY SILK vatiicil nt.................................. GEORGETTE vnlucd at 540.00 SILK PRINCESS valued at......................... To tho ncu.itx pcraonn a pair of RADIUM SlLK valued at......................... ESTIMATE'GIVEN WITH A CASH PURCHASE OF ONE qOLUR OR MORE. .-19% OFF 'SHEETINGS SI LK3 UNDERWEAR CORRECT DRESS FOR WOMEN RYLANDQ JL THE NEW THINGS FIRST OFF VOILE DRESSES jUNOEfiSKfRTS IKIMONAS iWASH SKIRTS HOSIERY MMONAL Mits D. Llrlntstoaf. left this after- oon for a vacation with friends in isil'Rockjrford. Mr. T, Jaracs-DivieF. of Macrath. who attended the marriage of hia un- le, M. work was shown, which augurs wel for the future of the provincial organ Nation. ff v 4 f ft CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES There will Be a meeting of the Wo men's Auxiliary to the Y. M. C. A. 1 the Y. M. C. A. auditorium tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. This is th last meeting-of the year, and as larg an attendance- as possible is rcques el. A report ;ct the year's work wl be'glven.-! The superintendent and nurses the "Gait hospital staff to thin the following for their kind don tlons to the Graduation Exercises hel on Tuesday: Sprays from Mrs. Haarlem, flowers 'and palms from M J. B. Terrlll, dowers, Mr. e bunting and flats from the city hall, flro departmen 0, W. V. A.'and H. C. M. P. A meeting of the ncbekah Lodg N'o. 41, wilt bo held in the I. 0. 0. hall tonight at Installation officers will take place, and a full tendance Is requested. The Travellers' Aid will meet Knox school room tomorrow alternoo at 3 o'clock. The ladles of the First Baptl church are serving light refreshrrten at Mr. Keith's B I ore, 608 3rd Avc. 3 from' 3 to C on Friday 01 The Store of Quality Groceries Coffee. Chase Stnborn's, I Ib tins .7le Soda Nortrv West, per packet .35c Soda Biscuits, Paulin's, large size, each .9lc Soda Biscuits, Qiristie's, per tin Mushrooms, French, per ;i 9fc WASHING POWDER AND CLEANSERS Old Dutch tins for Bon Ami, cake and powdered, Gold Dust and Golden West Washing per packet Lux, 3 packets for PHONES 313 and FIRM for SERVICE :ourt Claims To .Havt Figures to Prove This Company Lawyer Claims kill Was Gen- erous-to Western Publishers. MONTREAL, Jaly ST-rf f the paper control tribihiai'-was radically. Daily FaShioif By Gertrude Befesford Burning by the price that the Fort Frances .Pulp and Paper Company) >ought and sold '-supplies 'of paper'' 'unilshed to western newspapers; v accordance with a decision prevloiulyl arrived at, tho tribunal had f. state-- ment prepared by chartered showing the of charges made by the and riled all .interested parties to If they wished, the' accuracy of tka Bgures in this The orig-' inal charges made to era newspapers, according to this statement, intonated- to' f as estabrV llshed' by 'the accountants, to showing an excess? charged in 'all :P. .Helmuth, .counsel. for, the Port Frances Pulp and Paper submitted that In the tribunal state- ment, for the month of' 1819. they were only allowed J69 per .torrfor 411 their shipments. They hadj hbwaven shipped to the western :.puh-. Ushers. a good deal In. ezcess 6t the 15 per cent, -fender the.' trl-: "bunal's order, they required, to ship to them. This tices's over thoir; proper quota they to replace' uy purchases from the'gpanish River Pulp and Paper 'Company, paring ?S6, a ton for same.' A; j twee son, representing the newspaper, pub- Hsh'ers. The latter gentleman wjshed. to produce evidence' to shoV 'lhal-iho pulp .and paper company Ihad not pur- chased paper'al the-hlgheY "rate Ing, tho month of December, which Mrj, Helmuth argued Uiaf'ffheth-' er they the 'material then not, their excessive shipments in thai month rend.ered It necessary for thcnv to purchase's! ?St) fn order to replaca" wo at they had shipped. FOR SPORTS A-FIEUD onting eottnme coniltu of a very smart sUrt of.white crepe de chine and a dainty blouse of the, tune lovely fabric. Tho skirt designed with a panel front and back. of tiny pin tucks are clustered In three sels about the of.the iklrt. Above these masses is a row of-hem. stitching. The soft girdle !s finished with braid trimmed streamers, and a row of email pearl button-also adds to their Interest. The Moose shows a more lavish use of hemstitching as well as bc-frllled' sleeves and collar. The hat is elaborated with narrow hands of white organdie and .trimmed with a large, black velvet petalled (lower with a yellow centre. jeijuthr ensued DC; en J. Thomn-' MISSING MAN IN IRELAND TORONTO, July S. G.. McCotibrey, of Iroquols Falls, Ontario, who disappeared on May 12 last, has been on a trip to Ireland and was in- Montreal a few days ago, to a statement of a resident o! Northern Ontario to a local paper: last night It was said Mayor Me-; Coabrey had informed his wife of his whereabouts and was returning to Iroquoia Falls. THREATEN STRIKE HALIFAX, July officials stated today that the employees of; tie Nova Scotia Tramways Company voted early this morning to strike ln< sympathy with tho employees of the Halifax Shipyards, who have been out alncc May 31, on a demand for an creased wage the event of failure of oftorls now being made to secure Intervention by indopend' ent authority and at tho call ol the marine' -Corkers' federation. The United church Ico cream social will be held on Friday evening in the; hall, commencing at S o'clock, by the i Ladles' Aid. A cordial Invitation is extended to all. DEFER APPEALS ''PEO STflIKE TKIALfe July 6. (Cannillaa government hns decided, it la wndorstood, to defer action on the for clemency, 111 [ho cases of the Winnipeg strike loaders. The view Is taken that action could not properly k6 taken while application for Uavo to appeal Is still pending .boforo tho judicial coin ml tic 6 of; tho privy coun- cil. When tho Jiidlclarconvmlllce has given 113 ruling, tUo cases will no iloubt agnin be before the government for consideration. The appeal lo.llio privy council is based oil the contention that a section of the criminal cods, limiting the right to appeal in casct', is uncon- stitutional. P. Q. Klllnuster, D.A., Mus.B., O.O., tendered his resignation as or- ganist at St. Paul's Cathedral, Lon- dom Ho has accepted tho position of musical 'director o( tho Hoglnn Con Kfvntory of Mnslu at a salary of (or annupi, A most cnjoyahlo time was spent by nil present at the Ice cream social on Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. Albert Wright, 19th St. N.. given by No, 5 Troop, St. Mary's Boy Scouts. Dancing on the lawn was tho main feature of Iho evening. Tho third .of the series of donees given' 'by tho Cannoneers Band, under the aiisplecu of the Major Jack liops Chapter, 1. 0. D. B., at Iho ex- hibition pavilion last evening was a tiugp .success from every standpoint. QOE8 TO LONDON COPENHAGEN', July 8 Social rjoniokratcn says tdiiay that Oeorgu Tchllchcrln, tho Russian soviet foreign .mla.UUr, has Jolt' Moscow for London Hake Your Work Harder vT' (KEY NOTE'OF THIS COURSE) DEMONSTRATION LECTURE SHORT COURSE 'Free td All Women and Girls Lethbrjdgc and District Hone Nursing, First. Aid, Foods and Cookery JULY 14, 15, 16 At Y. M. C. A., LETHBRIDfiE UNDER AUSPICES OF THE ALBERTA WOMEN'S INSTITUTES ;