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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUilDAY, JUNK 12, 1920 THE LQTHRRIDGB DAILY HERALD. PAGE NINE E Evidence That Accused Was Bullied By Two White Men. i I m m I I (From Our OvriiyCorrespondent) June interest- ingtaiffj was decided lii our local court arose out of a quarrel which took place at tbe'tlnil-Kllup, near I'row's Nest. The victim was a young was a clear instance of a to make Riwrt with Tnc Cbinamsn. In this ewe ,iwo we-ro pitted against a yel- loir.1' During the melee, tie Chinese .boy got away and ran to bis shack! it, hp found a revolver and'as his to do more bodily harm, they were facefl .pursued -wltht the wcwiion. _ "It .wris clearly m'the CTideiice, that th'e'Ee white. men were the aggres- sors..- They hiid' the charge" against the Cbinaman and H on the 'charge.'of shouting with Intent, that %Mr. Putman-of Blair- jn.oVbvrspreseulod, the apt 'K. Matliesou; uT Macleod, for tltc defoiice. Under tha able cross questioning of Sir. Matbuson, the ac- cused proved lo the hilt that they be- gan the trouble. At Icust' the cour dismissed the case and found the plaintiffs liable for the the court. John Dimim ijith a nast> accident wliile driving her car on th> IMainaoro road. In turning into the .side loo Tar and the rnr top pleil into ihe ditch. .Mrs. Dimilli had ;tvrn broken hut progressing very favorably. It ia Coletnan vs.'Dellevuo for It, in tlio lirat giuno oE the League." Th.o matcli is to played in ('olcnuin on 'Saturday 12lh. Mr, Geo. Kellock purchased a super sis, froni A. 51. MorrJso: an'd is riding around Sn state, Mr. Albert Short is attending th Masonic.Grand Ixidge at Banff. _ Commissioner Endte.of Winnie- to he welcpm'ed byilhe local corns her on Wednesday the 23rd. The officer are making big preparations for Lhl the first visit of the Comraisaione Commissioner Eadie is making a'tou oE tho TVcal and along with him is large staff of officers. The Cijmmii sfoner is seeking information fit-fire 'IiRfiii, jto-thatr be may intelligent! look after his largo territory, which e: tends, fronV Port Arthur to ecaat. The local officers are hav ihe Opera house for tills ,august o casion ami feel the people will joi in a rousing reception. v 4 Mr, Lome Campbell, President the MacGillvray Coal in town on Saturday. Incidentally 1 attended presentation U officials to -Mr. AleT Dcwnr, pil-ho on-the occasion oC his. marriage. look the7form tea-lst vice. Mr. Campbell joined iti the go'5Q pair lot MEN'S DRESS SHOES. Up to Sale gjg MEN'S SOFT FES.T HATS. Up lo 5S.OO. -J nf Sale l.JD OivB LOT MBM'S SOFT HATS. Up to MEN'S STIFF HATS. Up to ?5.00. Sale MBN'S SOFT STRAW HATS. Up lo ?l-75. Sale.................................. 25% OK Panama Hats and Boaters WORK GLOVES. Up to Sale price...................65c MOTOR GAUNTLETS. Up to 150 pair GEO. A. SLATER AND FISKE DRESS SHOES in black and brown. Up to Sale 1Q.95 -._-_. ___ ,.r_ _ !._.- 1 LOT HOSIERY. Up to 50c. Sale 25c PURE LINEN COLLARS. Regular 35c. Sale FANCY STRIPE SILK SHIRTS. Up to Sale 5.65 NECKWEAR. Up 1.25. Sale 65 c PRICES STILL HIGHER FOR FALL! Manufacturers' prices are still advancing, and we have no intimation of any lowering in prices for some time to come. Factory orders on hand today cannot be completed for. lack of materials. Why then is it reasonable lo expect lower prices in the near future. 9 O McKelvie McGwire LARGEST DISTRIBUTORS OF MEN'S WEAR IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA THIS IS'A-GENUINE OF HIGH- GRADE MERCHANDISE FORMED AT SACRIFICE PRICES NO KNOW WHAT YOU GET HERE DO NOT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE. BE HERE TUESDAY EARLY. YOU'LL SAVE WAR TAX IN MANY INSTANCES, AND FROM 2S TO 40. PER CENT. ON OUR REGULAR PRICES ;