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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JULY THE LEIHNUDGE DAILT HERATJD PAGE WWi Dr. Gaffiv Results im This Af Ike Next Step? Dipping ot cattle in the Lothbrldge district; Dr- M. V. GalUvan, Is BACK FRO CONFERENCE; v f. W. has returned tlji f attains cont.; at Swift Current and., wUl leave Monday with G. 11. Marnoch for Winnipeg to at-. tend} titt conference called by, 'the' CokntuteB of Couservav tlon'oii July 14-16. This mora< t ing Mr. Fairfield did not have much to say about Ike Swiit fy current meeting but at the Ir-' t rlgatlon couver.iloii later he- will give the public the benefits. of the two conventions. about completed an5 eariy next (II will be to Dr. Galllvsn's possession. 'Then. It Is it ill be shown that a perfect clean-up tary of the 0. F. A. local ot that dls i has beeq made ia. the- district from. wanted tho on property luternatiflnal.bor ls-.u W18 outside'of the mange ter. Dr. Gallrvan is not in a position to tho nest action of the Do- minion government will be as he Is not aware of Just now, thorough, the. dipping has been in otHerv-Jsectionil.1 Referring .to' .the from Grassy abovt thez distance tarjn- "era there hire bad to drive their cit tie-, Dr, GallSyan pointed put that since NEW Jariuafy ha has get the of a 3 farmera' to co-operate' In .building a: amellament making divorce went so far obtain the United States'was annou: area. the. government officials sol consider the request and ouUa position. Woild Make Divorce would picked Impossible in Stales grant- frora-'the'Dimtolbh government; Two_ days -before theidlpping was :c to commence. he notified by tele- si phone that the' farmers li that district i had gone back on their word about constructing .the vat and It- was then too late -to do anything.; The secre- RCBSWE WitlllY if tt the bottom ot. mort Ri for, totHgestiVL afford pleat- ing and prompt relief from the distress, of acid-dyspepsia. t HAM. W SCOTT i BO WOT _____United... -'od'ay by' Her.' general .secretary of 'the' Society, fo he Upholding of the Sanctity ot Mai j f .-Vigorous" propaganda wllli lo ja ried'on', to exten tho of the organizatlo to every Christiiii' denbminaUon.- I tbo United Stales, and o every creed 'wlil be lirg'ed' to refus to perform the marriage any Rerspn that haa, been divorced.- CHXROED TORONTO, July :9; Cliargef kee'piilB a common gambling house being brought' against the director and official" of the Devonshire Rabin association at Devonshire Park, Win by the department .of tl attorneyrge'nRral, to test o" whether this is legal i not J The cases will be -taken before VVlfldsor magistrate for trial. 3 i Bargains for the Workingmen of City Men's Black and Tan Bluchers, all sizes; Boys' fine shoes, regular WE HAVE BEST PRICES' IN THE CITY ON GOOD STRONG MINERS SHOES. BRING YOUR REPAIRS "WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF L ttDOUBLES An- nual A. Hamil ton Is Agiim The annual meeting of the share- olders beld yesterday welt at- ended. 'The report! presented show- 1 Vhe past to been the ost successful in the eompaxy ory and the turnover having doubled The company's otfflcera -and dliet ora pow are: Geo. O. Kerr, president; T. B, Dun -am, vice-president'; directors: C.- S Crest, H. A. Suggltt, W. V. SIcKcnzle, A. Haley, A. L. Brown V. A. Tiffin; managing director, W 1. Hamilton. .General satUfaction was shown wit! ridenlng actWHes ;pf. the the nope expresaed that the com pauy would soon bo equipped to ban die all farm supplies ai veil as to sel all the products ot the farm. Supper was ill. the' banque room ot the Alberta after-whic there were a number of brief address es commenting upon''the fine spir shown by the members and the.vAIu of co-operation to the The directors were empowered t rent, buy of build a _warehpase i bethbridge aiid .to' secure- the Ha Growers' hall. Coaldale, foradditlona t SIMPSON HAVE OPENED TOE CAMPAIGN FOR THIS CITY ANIX DISTRICT Are Out to Kill High Prices The people are pretty well led up on High Prices and have had about enough or all they will stand for.; The people can break the High Prices if they stand out for cheaper goods and refuse to pay the extravagant .figure. Now we are prepared to dolour part in this campaign. We have reduced the price on every article in our store, and in fact we hay? tilt-prices'almost in half oil many summer lines of goods you require right We ask your co-operation in this movement for Cheaper Living. H. G. 4ZO 13TH STREET NORTH -n ?HONE317 10OTMI See No'fieason Why Trading in Wheat Should Not Be Al- -lowed as inJI. J3., v WINNIPEG, July' whole question of wheat trailing in Canada, in :view of tlie annonnctfm'eit bfCthe trading: In .United.StateB..grain .ex- changes on Jub 15 Ib under careful consideration by ,the counc 1 of the Winnipeg Grain Exchange, J. E Bot terel president, Elated today 1 All branches of the1 grain and tour trades were being tb'send rep- resentatives to-a-conference- with the executive committee of the grainier- change -for the -par- pose of determining the der which the machinery of the gjjaln exchange conld best be put at service at the country for the hand ling of the 1920 wheat crop 1 There now seems no probauUU] that the conditions will arice which] will necessitate government conlroi-o! the wheat Mr. Botterell said; therefore-the Winnipeg Grain change 19 proceeding energetically with plans for the safe and effectual handling of the Canadian 'crop ?for which the prospects at present'are so favorable. PURE FOOD MARKETS i Prices on Beef, Pork, Veal and Mutton Away Down Customers may look for .considerably Lower Prices on all fresh Meats from now on SPECIAL SPING LAMB, per pound .35c to 40c CHOICE WETHER per pound .35c CHOICE WETHER pef pound .30c STEWING MUttiDN, per :20c CHOICE ROASTS OF, .25c and 35c farmer's Dairy Butter, 2 Ibs. for 95c This is specially selected Butter and every pound guaranteed. Burns Special Tomato Sausage, Ib, 40c Bay where you are protected by the Pure Food Laws of Canada. CO. Limited V: H y Dominion fwh and Main Market, Phone 412 Dominion Market, A Mark'ei; Phone 545 Phone 1654 L. Important Clean Sweep Sain of Illl Suits, Coats Skirts We have marked every garment to a price that clear iHem otit jqu'icldy, forgetting cost altogether, which means a remarkable those who-choose now. t WOMEN'S'SUITS Very smart, styles, very best finish and the majority are so that you can, wear them for months to come. TR1COTINE and SERGE Suits in a Clean Sweep at Suits in a Clean Sweep at Suits in a Clean Sw'eep at Suits in a Clean Sweep at Suits in a Clean Sweep at Suits in a Clean Sweep at WOMEN'S CLOTH COATS Some of the very; Coils ot the'season, tate arrivals are hero for your'choosing; at prices heretofore unheard of. 8ILVERTONES, BRpA-DCLOTM, VELOUR, TRICOTENE, AND COVERTS Coats clearing at.............. Coats at a clearing price Coats clearing price of Coats'at a-ciearing prire of-----.. Coats clearmg price of Coats at a clearing price JERSEY SPORT SUITS THit, sold at each, clearing them out at a price yoti cannot afford to miss.- Colors New Blue, Rose, Padcjy, Reindeer, Mole and Purple. Take jraur choice of these stylish Suits at 7 only A Clean Sweep of Women's' and Young Women's Dresses Satins, Georgettes, Voiles, Serges, Tricolettes, .and Wool Jersey Cloth. (MOOSE YOUR save a good round if jjou do, Dresses of Taffeta, values'for Dresses of Satin, values Dresses of (ieorgette, values for Dresses of Jersey Cloth, values for Dresses of Tricolette, values for Dresses of Tricotine', values Dresses of Finest Serge, values for.. All other priced Dresses at similar reductions. All the Pretty Voile and Gingham Dresses Are thrown into this Clean Sweep Sale at prices that look ,ridiculously low, but be cleared quickly even at considerable loss' to. us. FINE COLORED VOILE DRESSES values clearing values clearing at........-.. values clearing values clearing clearing'at WASHABLE GINGHAM DRESSES values clearing values clearing values clearing at clearing at LOT DRESSES All our arid Dresses, finest Gingham and Chambray, in _sizes 8 to 14 years. Your choice for.................-.-; LITTLE GIRLS'WHITE VOILE DRESSES lines are on sale'at'.......... The lines are on sale The lines are on sale at ses, Girls' and White Voile Oresses-lnfants' Shortening and Long Dresses AU Underpriced for this Clean Sweep Sale v LOT DRESSES Gingharn chbjce BIG GIRLS' WHITE VOILE AND EMBROIDERY DRESSES The qualitieS'are on'sale at The qualities are on sale at The qualities are on sale at The at High Prices are Tumbling Over ThisfList 52.M arid Dress Goods ami Sygca and other i Hues, per Soft Madapolam, 36 Inches wide, cut down to per yard 55o Nainsook, inches wide, reduced to- per yard Voile Dress Goods, values up to on sale per yard OIFC 39c Women's Silk Hosiery, values up to and per pair Women's Fine Lisle Hosiery, perfect goods per pair <3.'50 extra large and heavy Batli Towels reduced to, per pair' 74x90 ti largo size White Spread, J5.00 reduced to1. 7fl TH_.....: :w 1 he Simpson Co. Limited EVERYTHING THE WHOLE STOCK IS ON SALE AT A REDUCED PRICE. ;