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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of LiVe Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It FRIDAY, JUNK C. 191'J LliTllimiDGK. AUilflU'A. SRVEN Sli-in Kor Costs roi Trip From lidhbrldga Other CriUcUms ShorU-omlni dlscriuilualJou ou the of Ihe Ciiisd'.an Ptclllc Ilbihtay In regttil lo the. city ol I Lelhbridgo loomed In ton 1 luncheon. discussion ot Ibe Thursday meeting o( Ihe Boird o[ Trsdi. TUB lull MI opened by Ibe ul Chairman Brymnur lhs.t Mr. J. Me- Nlcol Lad complaint to voice, In this regard ho hlmeill nouli hrlnj lo Ihe hoarJ a personil eljtriance. his family wero jolcn etst (or s holiday he took the nnxaodon to lake slops lo ensure tiem jliiapln( ftccoiumodallon on tha train. He Hound bridle, but oa arriving tl Calgary found IhRt no reservation! had Leon tuide. They considered tbeuiselvea lucky In being able lo net upper berths In plice of the two lowers wbtch (her understood would be re- erred (of then. Mr. MoXlcol bnjuitlt lo Ihe Mien [lou at the toard whst be regarded as a gross CAM of dlfcrimlnallon bo- Oalfary rate e- HELP KEEP QALT OAROENS DEMJTIFUL Much damage Is being caused ID (Jail Uardms by children 1 and I'arenls of rblldreu, and owners of dogs, asjced to us? thqlr responsibility in keeping them In order and lu the beauty of Ihe square. The police. Xeonly on tho lookoul for tlie culprits. LIEUT. WHITMAN BACK Lieutenant au original! member of the 39lh Battery, retuincill from overseas yesterday, lie won his .oiuraisslon while wilh the ballory al aad was Irailbferrcil lu !he 10th Datlery In Ihe Ko'.uih Divis- ion. i the order ol (he 1. W. whoie re- lilentlals be carried at a fully I'ald up member. I Mr. Ij. l-'elier Ibs'. Ihe llckst olllce rloifd nhm he want Ihr.ra 5 o'tlot-lt In the cve- 1 nine ami waj uol opened unlll .Montana llange Wool At 59 and 00 Here Good Quality unlll Jiliecp shearing if _______ eicurilonlS. Me cansldsrpd ihal tlier.- Miotild jn tmllhetll to tb. const trom Celmrj al be lomeoii. a c. flee ailhe .Lne_ JSO return for montbt, frith thai or al any up P-W. du.ins j wi optloa of different routes. Ills wife ITBI to Victoria, and on >n- qulrlcc at the UcVet office here as lo oblAlfirni lie lama odTanlcgos aa bad In Ihe matter of the ei cursion wts thai thej- Lhe day. The whole question was relcrreJ lo the railway commlHee ul ihe liCMnl. Mayor Hardia mforr.eJ ihe board Lhat In -i iireseni civic wage dispute. whicn arbHration in lull Mr. II. C. liar- !i shearing at Chin tomorrow will start gang Is now working iij iht neighbor- hood of Foremost. The Knight-Wat- son Company will start at llrookb on in the IQlh Right lliouiand sheep have ....._.. Ithed betn rccummenJed Ihnt-bcen-sh'eaicd alouncl MiEreth. and the grants made to ihe hoirtl operations will start ai Delany's. al Irade by Ihe cily. In Ihe ir.uuer of I in from Montana and >tlnn6apoli5 The mailer wn5 rclnrrcii to Irrigation to lake what tbtre wa car. l.ethbrldgo was concerned Commisslonor Peter 'Mr. F. B. Ross that on Letters iverc received 1) occasion, in jeourinE a section in u! Bnchant and tho shellinrne school tha srtentDR car whe-r. Ills family were gotae lo Minneapolis, tue same Bcujauiin Ltgere. who has been in the hands of the mounted polic" fori ballon and for being in possession, of tanned literature, was, on a nolle j Cardsloii district I Prosequi, discharged by Judge >lc-, liondav A iNelll who Is taking Ihe duties of lln-: Jlstrict Court here In the absence of j udge Jackson, now on a three months' j vacation. On bis discharge LeeereJ re-arrested by the Mounted Police Tor deportation. Another I. W. in the person of i llalph Iloyd. was nncd til. or lltonlhs, for unlawfully entering Can-j aOa and took the Iwo months al the, expiry of which he will be deporteti.j He was the man who dodged Ihc'( tulhorities at the border, getting to Milk Jllvor and stealing a ride Inlo Lolhbrldge on a freight Irain. lie was lakeii In low by the Mounted Police in one ot the nool rooms. Here he' was endeavoring to get recruits for lu relation lo what Mr. Drymner lud slated, Mr. J oa on Htackljurne. oocna'ron he and Mr. rnlnr (n Mmonton, not iTallable and the parly hod hid reEerve'd deeping berths lu be spill up. district, o! Purple Springs, indorsing the location of a Normal school in JLelhhl-iclgo. FIT-REFORM and SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES For Men Young Men It lias Wii learned thu the liidi.v.i hoy who 105! his life on ;he big bridge nn Monday nunilng was I'm IMdginj- ihorie. of Ihe Sarcee Indian (chuol. I near Calgary. II appears lhat he and He Heady Todav 1'ollowing Frunk Onespot ran from schcol. cotnius la ly-lhbridge. Knowing that lefforlj beini made to ratch them, ihey hoarded the train for Mac- leoti. They had no tickers, ar.d the conductor' bail told iheni they would he put at It Is believed Ibr.t Dodglnghorse on learning jumped (rom tho train while II was on thn bridge and was hurt. The way freight.' I coming along lo miiiutes cui him to pieces. The body has been to Ihe Indian Bchool and Interred Thursdoy afternoon by Ven. I Archdeacon Tiiua. Secret J5sli- nialts Stand The members of the arbitration boird the civic wage dispute have dturttd the city council chamber and in Ihc quiet and cool seclusion of a room In the court house, away from all interference, are ever the and corft of the situation. It is possible, that a dsclsisn will bo made lo- dry. In Ihe event of this nol tak- ing place a further meeting will be held on Tuesday. The School Trustees gave the -board lo understand that It was impossible to pare the school esti- mates, v PORTUGUESE CABINET RESIGNS I LISBON. June Portuguese, cabinet resigned Thursday. The mem- however, have coiiEeiHed lo re. main in office until after, the visit of Pessoa. the presidecUlcct ol llraill. who is coming here from Bng- ilanu. worth Q Man tp knQyufiQwto get lOOc. for his citifhihg dollar 'today No sure way'.you'll say, but then, just think of our guarantee, our double guar- antee, for these belter clothes we've selling.'j So many men in ibis and district are backed by our own and the manufacturer's guarantees lhat ihey will give personal satisfaction our own guarantee as to perfect fit and appear- ance; the manufacturer's guarantee as to qualily of fabric and length of wear. What beller safeguard could any man wish when seeking full value for his cloljies dollar? Suits RAYNSTER OVERCOATS to ?33.00 COOL UNDERWEAR any style, to STRAWS and PANAMA HATS Straw Hats 90c to Panama Halt to The outlook for 5001! prices Is very cncoitrJfilns 1" the sales already made ill Hie. Greal Foils territory. Montana. Prices during Ihc past week there ranged at or near Ihe raaiimum figure realized by growers ihrs season. Slity cents ner pound wa5 paid by Rea, Jr.. for the combined clip of Hit Henry Sclbcn snl Selhen and Grimes outfit of Cascade nnil Mitchell, tho transaction iransfcrrlng about pounds of wool. The same firm contracted for the of the Mar- tlnsdale Sheep Co., of Martlnsdalc. The price given for liiis wool was 55 cents about 90.000 pounds of wool i changing hands In the deal. Al Miles ICIly last month 15.000 fleeces wore sold 10 Ihe different for from o.i to 5S ccntt. The wool in the I-llh- bridge district last year obtained bel- ter prices than tnc Montana wool, and Mr. !l. C. Harvey topped Ihc mar- ket In Ibe price for range wool. Ihe prices in Montana, the sheepmen here are very optimistic in regard lo Ihc prices for their clips Tliese .clips will'by disposed of bv consignment to-.Hie-Canadian Co-op erative -Wool Association Toronto as better value Is thereby re allzed and Ihe ivool goes direct to Uic manufacturer (rom Ihe grower The tendency in the Elates, in the dis imsal.of dips, is to touslgn, anil this will bs the policy, of Ihe Southern Alberta Wnol Growers' Association. Hot Weather Specials s- E For Saturday Special Shoe Sale! 1 lol Men's-Tan SKoes, button and lace (the Geo. A. Stater regu- I.K sale 1 lot Men's Black Velours, calls and patent leatherj regular to sale Get a pair while trie sizes are complete. 10 p.c. Discount To All Vets McKelvie 'McGuire i .1 Largest Distributors of Men's Wear -in Southern ,'Uberta KIRKHAM BLOCK LETHBRIDGE 18 ver Man bridge Represented prevails regarding the ses- slons now being Held In Calgary lor tho final organization of the O.B.U. Tho galhcrlng Is presided, over by W A Prilchard, ol the Vancouver Trades and wlln V. R. MldKlev as secretary. Following is lUcJIst of aclcgstcs in attendance: KMroonton Trades Tratlcs G. Rossland. Trail, Sllverton and Kim hcrlcy Mill. Mine and Cicorgo Dtngwnll.- Talgary Trades and Council C. Broatrh. Trades and Loan- Miller. Medicine-Hal Trades iunl Lobor Donald. I Fort William Port Arihur Trades B. Moore. l.cthbridge Tradc-3 Council J. Marsh. Dljlrlcl IS. Unlled Mine B Urowna and P. M. Christophers, 'ncglnn Trades llasel- viclorln Trades Sloven- Vancouver TrailM A. Prllcbard. V. 11- Mtdgley, P. McDon Prince Unrerl Traiies ItiltlderliAni. Unlled Mine Workers. Vancouver N'aylor. ilamtior of Cenlral Knlghl. _______________ BULLETS IN OUBI-1N FRAY June pirl and three policemen wero wounded last ovflnlns by shots which were fire when Iho police tllsporaeil a crowd which hail- gathered in front of Ihc anaion House lo celebrate the birth- of James Connolly, "commandRnt- stnersl of the Irish ronuhllcan army.'.' who was cicculeil on May 18, 191T, (nllonliiR the Irish revolt. The nattv erlrg had hceu forbidden by Ihc city inihorltlcs. NVw York ahlfirmnn vnled 42 to 16 'gainst Ihe flrrrncii's pys I MEN'S SUITS Grey tweed.'plnch back model; regular OQ QQ J'500: on sale........................ Brown Xorlnlk model, well lailoretl; OO ftft Itegular 127.00; Mixed grey Lweed latest model OJJ QQ Regular tSO.CO; ou Light erey. patch pocket model; 9C QQ Regular on salo................. Grey worsted, standtrd ruodel; regular OQ QQ Norfolk; regular J33.50; Oft QQ -Qo jale ttU.vv BLUE SERGE SUIT SPECIALS All wool hlue sersci fast color; regular !aAfl0wo0o'l bhie sergerfist' color; regulir JO QQ on sale Blue scrje'worsted; regular 545.00; Q.IJ good'welghl; rejular H2.00 07 ft ft On sale.....-.--......................... J MV Good weight blue serge; regular On YOUNG MEN'S LONG PANT SUITS SPECIAL Brown check, lorm fitting model, rosii- lar on sale 'crej ivrced. belled model; regular ?25.00 2Q QQ MiieO grey fohn tillim; regular 9j> flft J25.00; on sale Dark srey speckled .Ivvectl; rcEiilir OA on tala MEN'S PANAMA HATS In Ihe newest shapes. to MEN'S FELT HAT SPECIALS Regular Regular (or ...........H50 Regular for "NECCTEAR ID the lalcsl ihapcs anil 50c to MEN'S SUMMER UNDERWEAR. In combinations to a suit MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS to UlftcV 4 pair for........................ Kino 3 pair for Silk Per pair........................ Eilra fine silk Per 1.00 1.00 1.00 AGENTS FOR GOLD BOND SHOES T. D. CLOTHING 1 Special Discount to Returned Soldiers 315 5th Street S. Fred Thaell 608 3rd Ave. S j ;