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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ST PAGE FOURTEEN THE f-ETllBRlOGK DAILY HKRALft FRIDAY, JULY astsed that in Sailing Is -I Schedule; MONTREAU Jwl-v unions- teeu delay in the departure of the C. P. 8. Victorian, which will yroli- ably mean her return from England cu j "'As this ic.au ajfnears before Hgahist information. It is the universal prac- tice on a remand ot. that reasonable V'li where ihe ite. .0 his prv nugspon of ball rcfcalaed closeted Jlpr twenty-? aiwj; returned tlK'beiica the "magistrate that'lif Sad con- .sealed .to allow Mr. Hushes put on bail of J3C 000 in mo or fuur suretb? Mr Hughes has b Jor i of veajcs. acting Ju a financial days late, has fonstderaWr'at-'i SWucXr Brm the plans for the first part of' Takea on the the imperial conference tour tn than sg- stead ot landing at Halifiu on July 2S. ss..originally planned, the British disembark at u i Jul> 27, According to the present sche'dule" Tb? two special trains which will con- the" party on tho Canadian lour meet them Sydney and wilf leave for Halifax that night, arriving there ou the morning of July 2S. It wis originally planned to visit Prince Island on July hut this, unimpeded and tho "Jaw (iEDDES MAY ATTEND V CANADIAN: BAR' SESSION iWlsJaadii 'Stalls, has 'acwptei-tas'lnvl-j of the Canadian Uar Assucla- tloi to address, at JUe an- ic'Stios .6r Is.e on September II 31 ani1 3, at- jeceivwljsere frQJB j spciiieri cpnitrtittce of the privy council and former of arf probaM) H Taft cs pre i of the United btate WINS thai Iho date lor tho at Ottawa on August 5 c and head booXeeper Hughe i be- came o-dltor and occuplisl that posi- tion to'a few .days ago. chased the" Path Tlmi? from the.. late of late Siulcr Tamplcman -tl fr -4. CZECHS LEAVE TOR HOME QUEBEC, thousand Sibena Haveteen tii 3 ian a month ut left j changed ipakes it to {or Hamburg today on the sleauiji thaiSiiit to TzarKIa. Seven thousand more sol Jsla'iul, on the first part'of program for NOTH SeoUa aoo Brunswick will be carried out as O'irinalb plauoeJ, some fur- tlier; rtelar in the arrival oi the boat mar possibly .tielayv thp Visil John by ono day ami etinv- ir.alo som'o.of the, arranseiaolvtfi. in tLe j.'fo'jriuce of ,Holl auds essv to WRS the result of Cauada s withdrawal from the coujesls after the official, had heen made. Right now to thank the crowds of satisfied mstomeis who helped us to make our opening day biggest and most successful opening day we ever had during a Rummage Sale. To those who did not receive oui usual prompt'and efficient service, we regret this, but we taxed to the limit at times. It is ourprices that make our sale such A big, bright, cool store to shop in, and a big, clean stock of wanted merchandise at prices which in many cases we be unable to duplicate. Anticipate your future needs right now in all lines. It will pay you, J These Are "Our Prices On All Silk Dresses Specials for Saturday Plate Boiling Beef, 2 pounds foi 25c Shouldei Roasts of Choice Wethei Mutton, Ib 28c Fresh made Sausage and Hambuiger Steak, Ib 20c HemU's Dill Pickles, pei dozen 25c Marlow's Meat Market 1 AVENUE-BOUT" PHONE 796 FREE Geo. Van-Tuyh Alleged.To. Be Min Is Concerned; Juh Van TUT! engineer on.-the.construction a theat e here ind Margaret "San faced Sander, in the police court tals monimg on a charge of fiigamy the evidence of chief sanitary' inspector of and hubaan- of the iHyl woman was heard the renrandea ttntil Detective Cox arre led the alleged tjigarnists on M edne dajv following in fo'rnmtfon snpplicd hy.Pittman. cainc nero from Vancouver to the case: He said thnt his wife, whq. has since married Van Tuyl.jleft Vancouver after thov and he-learn; cd i'jater that: she 'liad'-coltie' sary Re-v d A. SjVes IfrUified in court that he had married" conpfe or. .'June 'IS: Mr. Pitttnan said that he was mar- ried! to this-woman at- Vancouver-, on March 3, 1910, after she .had a dhorce at Seattle The) had ihcd at up to luno 1C w Pittman leCt. him. and -ho.'had her in as. the wife of JJr.'A'an Tuyl..' It is also.alleged that Vatt a married man and this Is his second lute r ilhoul dhorce Visit Keith's 'Ice Cream 1'r Parlor These Hot Days TASTVICE CREAM DISHES AND COOL DRINKS SERVED PURE HOME- CANDY1' KEITri'S i AVENUfKsOUTH ss nimiiumpjnmiHM inmainirniiioniiiiiDiiiHinmwi iinnii iiuwnntiirn in i Tallinn m n irauis I Tilnes Publisher Chirgcd With Stealing Money From David i Spencer, Limited. VICTORIA.. July; Jl. Hughes, '.'prbprietor of the Victoria Times, was arrested here last night. on a of staling ?COO 9 from David Spencer LjmUcd a t local store tor-liail was refused on account o'f'lhc large sums alleged to he InvolvcJ. y TlmeV Sialtment: B C Juh 0 Timed Tsil of Air lOrai did unlaufullj steal 5000 5 Iho proporfy .qC.nayld Spencer, Limited, .cdntrnry to .the criminal code.' would elect lo he Iried b> n Mr Maclean Ho then "asJtid for Mr, Hughes' release on ba'llc i" (Seneral John sonji KG opposed thf'i asserttng-'tfiat 'although thft'" wiirratit agafhst Mr. Hughes was Isaued'-on 'one chafco, olher -Inforinatloit Canjf to us Magistrate Jay, replylnn, said thiil Uo'othdr.lnformalloni hafe ilreadr' PALACE MARKET LOWER PRICES On Beef, Mutton, Pork and Veal 32c 28c 18c LEGS OF MUTTON, per pound SHOULDER OFMUHON, per pound STEWING MUTTON, per pound CHOICE ROASTS OF OC QC per fb. 10 ODC 45c FINEST FARMER'S DAIRY BUHER, per Ib. EVERY. POUND GUARANTEED Conlliulug: his prole-it ogainst See our Windows lomoi'i'ow. All No. i Fresh Killed Mca.ts. AVatch oui; prices closely from now on, as look for- jnuch. lower! Palace Meat Market Ulh'STlEET PHONE 431 r U They tell a story rhat spells economy to evety dress buyer. Reg Sdk Dresses for Reg 00 Silk Dresses for Reg 50 Silk Dresses for Reg, 00 Silk Dresses foi 00 Silk-Dresses for 00 Silk Dresses foi Regular Regular Regular 00 Silk Dresses for Regulai Silk Dresses for Regulai 00 Silk Diesses for 50 "Regular 00 Silk Diess.es for EVERY SUIT at Huge Reductions For Teh, Days i styles and qualit) aic the best That spell economy to Thufty Shoppers prices the lowest. Hcgnlar S40.00 Suits- tor fo Ilcgitlai-.J60.00 Suits-- .for sl I egular for 27.00 33.50 40.00 50.00 Regular 5S5.00 Suits- tor Iiosular'590.00 for Regular for Regular 5100.00 57.00 60.00 64.00 SILK ROSE rjMiefi top Pure bilk Hose .hi'black aiij-brown only. These arc sold j'eguhrh TI_ Sale pTir r 1.95 CHINE "M Yards ot fine siik crepe, de chine that makes up well. In -blouses and dress'-S. A good range of .to select trooi. Regu- lar' ?2.50 value. Rummage sale rper yard CORSETS We are discontinuing this line and -rive have placed some odd pairs in tfae to 'complete lite sizes.1 Values ..worth in 4ho regular vav as Inch as ?2oO a pair I uminafac ilo pei pair CORSETS Latlfes' fine corsets. These arc odd lines .nntr sizes quick selling lines. All placed in .one lot for" final clearance. up to 00 a' pa r Sal0 per pair CORSETS fino.high grade corsets, in several different Etylea.from-such makers as D. A. Also a feir pairs ol Nemo make. Values up to '600 i pair Rummage sals per pair LINEN SUITING Plain colored Suiting in ro e pink, hlue or broivir; 35 and suitable for tub suits.iivash skirts for ladies anff Regular Jl.oOiyord- Art Hummage Sale jTd, l.UU RATINE "SUITING Fancy titriptd Saline Suiting -for :odi skirls, tub suits Thesis' are values that eell as high aa yanl; lull 38 Inches v -f nn Uummago S'lic l.UU COTTON SHEETING Good hleachel'-CoHon-i-Slieetlng, -fjill -2 yards and 2fe blocl, up noiv on Sneellng they-vvill he hlhher rcg QC ?12ojard jard COTTON HOSE Ladies' full fashioned'cotton7 fioscTsam- pics and manofaclurers' seconds in blaet, brown' and drey.' liegular 'fisc value' Rummage. Sale SAMPLE HOSE -cotloa hose. Tbesc are travel- lers' sampled and odd, lines. Colors -arc black gre; iml broun uy to i ioc pair Hum mate Sjale GINGHAMS -ptaid and 'atrlpctl gingliani.m .'as aorted colors. for ladies' ..and children's dressos. Good fast colors, M p Tcg'ular COc Tlummago Sale TtDC CHILDREN'S ROMPERS .100.. pair of 'Children's Crepe-. Rompers. These are mauo In neat filtltie style In while pink or blue "hades assorted sizes liegular {S'iO -t fvg Rummage Snle i COVERALL APRONS 900 hie roonn Coverall Aprona n from gobil qualily fancy percales; fasten' jh hack ith holt Patch pocket, worth 2a to ?1 66 Sale each 35c l. CHILDREN'S Children s COT era us Jtut camping and play Saves washing and better clothing Sizes up to 7 years, colors khaki ind Rummage Sale pair i BLOUSES opportunities are., h ere for the woman 'wao .wishes -tp. economtcally'-cdm- plete -her. summer' .jvardrpbe .with'blouses or thi prettiest noieltv at prices that arc appeal to.yoii. SILK HOSE luro Silk Ho e nbbcd top and made by well known makers; all "color's, manufac- turer seconds worth 1 OC Rummage Sile 10 Per Cent off HOSIERY, GLOVES, UNDERWEAR, CORSETS, SILKS, SHEETINGS, PILLOW COTTONS, GALATEAS, CURTAIN NETS, TOWELS, RIBBONS, LACES, KIMONAS, VOILE DRESSES, RAINCOATS, HOUSE DRESSES, UNDERSKIRTS 10 Per Cent off FREE! FREEH! TO BE GIVEN AWAY; ABSOLUTELY FREE! In orocr lo litteiislf> Iho invest In our RUMMAGE SALE -irc domi; as hue done U! the lOrraer