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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. JULY 15. 1920 LETHBRIDGE PAILY HERACD NINE Big Rail MUe WelcuM Kl- Donate By Hail ITroa Otur Corrwpoaitoat) MlUC RIVER, July MiM Hobel o! of berU'a WOJOM'I (poke op rrUajf a Htr, talk was ol the tajrWty, but short lo pci.l, rattuM wtti IxtlMr startling MB that cttMrei) treading ciadr, atnlM, etc., aad pntitlpU u to how to carry fefiitite tug feOtr work i barter; ckOdrea.- lunch'thy at to a cloM on Fri- day -God Save the .of a dainty tbe'fcdles. On: Saturday af- ternoon j the girls' club and club and; r. leader, atieria'e cafe a "recital in honor of HIM lift' onjSunday for Sleepy'-Hollow where she on north pi J. Calgary, was a visl- tor In, torn fit Tuesday. that came on Mon- da'y mo'ri'ingV brought a'j .cohtehted smile and'good hopes for crops. Bone hall fell; damage eic.epti.ln a few! Bcrf'Spread'got hit Sid Paul sou1 of Hacke was a week-end -visitor. he reports .crops good In l-2t and J-21. He reports he has as a-stajid.r0( wheat as pne co'jld Mr.! Aibrecht and family, Mr. iSauaa and. family, Mr. a ad lire.- Shol Is and. son, re hist'.-'VeeX after, speeding .4 holWay at; Waterton ijkes. i The u.F.A. are holding their annual HIS LtADCRWiP ASSAILED H. H. Dewart, whosa leadership ot the Ontario Liberal disputed by sereral Uberal MiP.P.'s. tractor, fir' the Mllding arrangements is already at worfc ..A" paine la now projected for Frl- between a team of C. P. R mon and tie 'ieml-reeular liasebal team. The C. P. It. men will 4ll.be boBS-flde apftloyees, akd. believe'; they can pit. up a Iri th'e' picnlo ae'xI'Monday. The "Vfcmea'a Institute are be ins Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. Mr.; and Carroll Smith hare Tnovfl6 -Brown's residence. Mr.; Luke'-and Mr. Tale ofr Sweet Grass were visitors In Bell arid llUle son' left NEW COAL PROFiTljiiERS TO BE HIT ,'TOTJK. July; A reduction httnthinpustcoal _wa predicted "yesUHaT. br. members o tne of railroad olnclal and 'coal pperatoni'r- to complete details 'of a plan to relieyfl the coal 'shortage.'- In New Bnelan and; the northwest By i sckntlnc of earn the, eoiiiinittee-'-h9pes-ib''prptlde. .i steady rtrtini ol eoaljtb tie affoctc di8trlcts7 ''Under' this. plan the 'cdji members beliere the coal- ipeculator will flnd it impossible to exact th high prices that the acute shortag has made WHK5INS eiATi GUNBOAT on or Medicine where Mrs. Self will rccelre medical treat- -Mr; returning on Thurs- o A meeting pi the officers of the Wo- men's' lasfUute of Warner and New IHytdn and.-Jtilk River was held on between trains with. Mrs.- Cj-A. Hunt for the purpose ot appofntioff: a district convenor. Mrs. Katherlne Hunck is now district v SliasMjebha Linderman of 1-17 Is in Sweet '.Grass' wlthVtyphoid f A baseball game was 911 Fri- day evening Warner and Milk a score of 9 to 13 in favori of .illik? River. A dance was glTen.aftef.the game. Mr, Henry, Eilert left on Tuesday et last "week" for a visit at Glencoe, _ Mr) on Tuesday of last 'prqeTf .after spending; the- week- end.with his family in tialgary. many friends will be grieTed fat illnfu of his Mle's 'Slice. for GRAND -KXPlDSi Mich., July l a1 hb- atgretslTe1 throucb out) Chuck f WigglnJ, pf Indianapoli was conceded'1 as f haTing' .won by clear margin, in the opinion of new paper critlci'lB a contest with Gunboat 'Smith of Ne York here last night.- Smith weighe ISO pounds' and Wiggins' 172. Six Provincial Orfanizationa Are Pol- irical Organization Yet WINNIPEG. July: Cana- llan council ot agriculture concluded he business o( ItB annual meeting to- night by deciding, after long discus- lion, to take no farther action to- political organisation than that irovided lor last Jaattary, by 7h organization la carried out on a pro-. Incial plan. The principal subject of debate whether there should be.a central co-i ordinatins committee to take charge of pollUcal activities, but the' fliscus- tlon ended without any dec! i Ion to :his Scotia Comes -In .Norman Lambert, secretary of the the present meeting >f the council .'was .the biggest ield. An application had been receiv- ed from the United Firmera'ot Nora Scotia for membership, eo'iifiw 'the council :is composed' representa-, ives 'of the: farming :0t' Alberta, rio. New Brunswick and Nora Scotia. WOMEN SCORE SUCCESS AHCOLA. July three lady candidates were elected to the Arcola high school. board In the election which was held, here yesterday. One ot Mrs. J. J. Murlso'n, had-'tlto distinction the poll which was an exceptionally large one. successful candidates', in th'e 6rdefrpt the poll, Mrs. J.-J. H. !L Francis, B. W. P..Harris, McLellan and Mrs. L. Hanna." Considerable Interest' centred around the election which followed the resignation of as 'a protest _against a.'petition'JcHticiitan; tneir action in 'dismissing Principal D. P. Williams ot the Arcola- .high school. While" three' mefiliere' ot the former board were candidates only one 'ot them, H. R. 'Francis, wai turned to office. _--, B.C. apple crop will equal or 8 pass that of last year. McRa building, a fire storey, structure, at King' streets, is fire. Foiir men w'eiV escaping from the1 one seriously, George James, 'suitaiiied Injuries to the bask andr leg (yh? n' he jumped trom'the thlM MANUFACTUREHS1 FIGHT" r INCREASED .FREIGHT RATE OTTAWA, The railway commission has fiisd -Aug. 10 for hear- ing, the a'ppllcatlonXot the Canadian railways .for a 30 percent increase in frefght'rates-arid' th'ere is' eve ry evi- dence that the proposal ,vriH be op- poke'd by tHe'minnfafcfurtn'g'and other .interests. Both- the Canadian andr'Cahadian. National rail- increase appll- STIRS -me-___ TO ACTIONS. indsor Table Salt (From Our T 'July' mpA' iit 6; andie.iice -on WieBday e Ten ISg i ti) ddress by Geo. .ling'Bibfe'expofitlpr'pf the-Bible Stud- OTI ths'subject, "The has ended: Millions 'now may-, never die." The speaker began: Ijy "pdinting put that the Eng- lish .-word conies from the Greek word.-Kosmos, meaning order of things, or management, and that ac- cording to''Bible prophecy the old world-.or order of things ended in 1914, and that .following present world distress a better order 'of peace and riSlhteoqsness, would be installed. With the king- dom, 'the. blessinga" of spiritual domin-' ion'wonlddoawaj' wilh death, sickness and sorrow, that tlie curae would be and- the knowledge of the glory of God wouW cover the earth. Ho '-quoted 'Milt. 24; showing how Christ. said that to the reign of peace, nation .would rise against nation; anrl kingdom agalns.t Kingdom, with nestilence and tamlne in wake of .the destruction, and the JOTS re- cstabiishciJ in Paltitlne. 'The'speaker also jjealt -with the prophecies ot Daniel, Bztkiol and Jeremiah, and the wordi.'orthe.'Apostle- Punt' regarding the close of the age. Sir. Young address wKh the Blalemcnt that it ihe .world could realize the timo In whic.h we were there would lets unreel anil more ot the spirit of.eqully as manifest in Christ .Icsus, Beyond us Just'a faw years is reign P6f pence equity. Ixst H3 to the extent or dur ability, walking In tho tootfteps of Larnb ,6f'Calrary, thils assisting in the cording kingdom. The lecture tias llliistraud with Bible pictures and texts thrown on a screen. The Herald' dispatch regarding the city of Windsor baring Alborta coal, and the reasons therefor, has aronied rniicli interest1 here. Jos. of the hotel, has1 received, word of Hie; of Mrt. ftoblis 'and-, famlif- In Uterpoot, and thence to r'enhanagb, tre- lanil. ,'fli6 letter from Mrs. Do obi stated that ike pannage to. Liverpool lind hflCD In stfen and that ths'hoat had beeb delayed for ou4 day on agcount of Icebergs. Con- irary to '..'expectation, tiers had been no trouble in obtaining passage across the channel, and CTCTtone was .well. The steamer was the C. P. R. boat, Empress f'i "BeJM1' now being heir! (it the fair :fmmAi lo hurry Hie prepara- tip UK grind .87U1L The con- When you see the Power and j. Plant at work you will it the handiest and. most practical plant made. dsrigrtca first of all for producing etertrle Ufht anywhere and cheaply end well) and it does that job to perfection. It floods home; or other buildings with clean, brilliant light for a few cents a day, and still has power to 'i, When you eiamine it's ttunrjr eonstrucaon; and. inecharilcal and note It's fleriWHty ease of operation, you will wonder bow it eaa be sow We have no hetitation hi telling' you the demand for 'V Plant all over the' country so great; that now Ij the time to Install your plant if you waot Iht tKiyantaga of Power and Light at low cost. cpenrion. or send me a post card asking for K catalogue. E. A. Skarman Co. L H. C. UKhbrtdje 1233-1Z3J 2nd Ave. S. Llgaat Plantsi, Brmtmmt Laft Silvtiay tW epSMV 0V ftati Mid-Summer Sale vat a banner day for us, breaking aO oar prerions rccwrds. Hmiredt left oar store disappointed unable to get served, despite the extra help we've put oh, ami Mr saks staff bas been kept busy ever since. There U a remarkable and record breaking vtlws seasvaaUe and dependable merchandise explains it aH .For tomorrow (Saturday) we have made sptckl efftrts tmi prepared care of every caller. Ov aim is to serve yw to die best of our ability, we would therefore advise intending purchasers to FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES or Ovmeit the; MaStaKt label, a pocrtive In style and Mrvlee In.inrKM you'buy. In un. It often a (tire conwbuk H anything goes Reg. suits. Cut price Reg. suits. Cut price suits. Cut price Reg, suits. Cut price Reg. suits. Cwt price Reg. suits. Cut Reg< suits. Cut price Reg. suits. Cut price Reg.' suits. Cut price J RAINBURY OVERCOATS An. eiejanl garment. Made from Scotch and KnEHsi and Homespuns Suitable for all kinds of weather Reg. Cut price..... Reg; Cut price......'. Reg. Cut price....... Flannel Outing Trousers PLAIN WHITE OR STRIPED ,Reg. Cut price............. Reg. Cut 8.75 Men's Fine Straw and Panama Hats Reg. Cut Reg. Cut price........... Reg. Cut Reg. Cut Reg! Cut price.............'.. Reg. Cut price............... Reg. Cut Cut price............... Reg. ;Cut price................. Men's Fine Shoes Reg. Cut price Reg. and Cut price Florsheim Shoes Reg. and Cut price Men's Canvas Shoes WHITE .OR BROVYN Reg. Cut price............... Goodyear Welts Reg. and Cut Outing Shoes BLACK OR WHITE Reg. and Cut price Reg. Cut price Men's Black Rubber Boots RED SOLES, NO. 1 QUALITY Reg. Cut White Rubber Boots Reg. Cut price P. Men's Silk Ties Reg. and Cut price Reg, Cut price.............'-.'. .Regr Cut price V..... 75c v Wash Ties Reg. Cut pric6 45c Men's Dress Caps Reg. and Reg. and Cui: price 95c Stetson Hats, (Black Only) Cut price MEN'S WORK Reg. Cut price Reg. Cut price Reg. Gut price-'....... Reg. Cut price...... Reg. Cut price Reg. Cut price..... MEN'S WORK BOOTS 12 AND INCH TOPS Reg. 2.00. Cut price.........J... Reg. Cut Men's Working Gloves Reg. Cut Reg. Cut Reg. .75 and Cut Reg. put Men's .Gauntlet Gloves Reg. Cut Reg. and Cut Reg. Cut Motor Gauntlets Reg. and Cut price Men's Silk Underwear B. V. D, Cut price..... Nainsook and Lisle B. V. D. styles. Reg. and t Cut Cross Bar Muslin Br V. D. Style. Reg. aid' Cut price BALBRIGGAN AND POROUS KNIT IN ALL STYLESrCOMBlNATiON AND TWO-PiECE SUITS Reg." Cut Men's Silk .Pyjamas Reg. Cut price............ DIMITY MATERIAL Reg. Cut FINETAFFETA Reg. Men's Dress Skirls Reg. and iCut price Reg. Cut price Reg; ahd Cut Cut price Reg. -Cut price Men's [Silk Shirts IN WHITE, PONGEE AND FANCY STRIPES Reg. and Cut y Men's Work Shirts GALATEA AND CHAMBRAY. Reg. Cut price Reg. 'Cut price ..____....... Reg. Cut price Men's Silk "Holeproof' Hosiery .Reg. SILK FACED Reg. .Cut price 85c bisle Hose v Reg. 75c. Cut.price 2 pair Reg. 50c. Cut Men-s Black or White Cashmere Hose Reg. .25. 'Cut Knox Hats Reg. and Cut price Reg. L O UIS OLIVER BLOCK SHOP OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES AND FLORSHEIM SHOE 318 FIFTH STREET SOUTH ;