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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta Evidence Showed Thit Accused I-. Was Bullied By Two White Men, tTffi LBTHBRIDGE DAIL? KERAUJ. (Froiu ,pur Owe. Co COLEMAN, June interest- our local cour i Wednesday. It arose out ot quarro which took place at the time kilns, near 'Crow's Nest. The victim was a young Chinaman. It .was i clear instance '.of a "holly." trying to make sport with 'the In this case two pilled against a "ye! During the melee, the Chinese !boy got away and ran to his shack. In ft, 119 found a revolver ana as his pursuers folowed lo do more hodily harm, they were faced by (he pursued Jwith, tho weapon, li was' clearly brought oat !n the wore-the'aggreor sors.-i'They laid tho charge against the Chinaman and !t was on the 'charge, ol: shoot IDE with intent, thnt ihetwas tried. ol-Blair- more represented the plaintiffs and I Mr. K. of "'acted tor the defence. Under the able cross- of Mr. Mstheson, iha ac- cused proved io the lillt that they he- Kan the trouble. At least tho court dismissed the case and fouud tho !'Plaintiffs'liable for the expense ot the Mrs. John Dlmilli met with a nasty accident while driving her ear on the fBlairttiore-road. In turnius Into tho nido she went too far and tho car top- pled into .the ditch. Jlrjs. Diniilli. had her arm'broken but' is TcrV'-faVbr'abfy. _ H is Colenian vs. ;BelIevue for it, "ID Ihe first garae of tbe Pass Football IJcague. the match is to played in Colenian on Saturday 12th. Mr. Oeo. Keliock purchased a super- six McLaughlin M. Morrison and is riding aroiinS.Iu stite. Albert Short" Is attending the Masonic-Grand Lodge at BinC. Winnipeg is to be welcomed bjr the corps here on Wednesday the 23rd. The officers are making .bit this the tfirst vrsit of the Commissioner. Eadie Is making a tou ot the West sit with him is a officers. Tho Commis sinner is seeking information 'at firEt hand, so that he may intelligently look after hie Urge territory, which ex tends from Fort Arthur to the PaclBc coaat. The local officers are iriug to haye Ihe 'Opcra'house for this august oc- casion and Jecl the people will-join in a rouaiug reception. Mr. Lorns Campbell, President o( tbe MacGMIrray Coal Coko Ga: was in town on Incidentally be iittendod' the "prasentatlb'n'glveif'lij- ths "'officials to -Mr. Alei Dewar, pit-boas on the occasion of his marriage. It look the form ol .a beaaUful tea vice. Mr: Campbell Joined in the good wishes of the gatheriirE and said a lew appropriate .'words. The house problem is acute..Faml- lies whose rented house has been bought by another pariy have had to i temirorarily move out. The Interim- tional Coal Coke Co. have rented the curling rink and fitted it up as a bunk- house. It will accommodate about 50 men. Barly Monday morning some fi the 1 citizens were aroused by a strange lihenomonon. Some thought H was a cloud a water-spout but it Vas a largo volume ol water, shoot- ing straight up in the air caused by a burst main. The excilement is all over. Mrs. Shone oj Edmonton who bad been visiting Sirs. Evans and Nurse Haloes, her sisters-in-law returned on Monday evening's train. Miss Elsie Beck, one of Coleman's roost popular young ladles was united in marriage to Mr. Norman Macaulay ol Calgary, on Mortday evening. The wedding took'place at the home of the bride's parents. The Rev. D. K.. Al- lan officiated. Tho young couple Isft on tho morning train for an extended -tour through tho Okcnagari valley. Miss Simpson who has been Bntfer- ing from an attack ot mumps, spont a few days recuperating at her home In Ciarcsholm and has now returned to take lip her duties in the school. Mrs. Kiddle returned on Saturday from the roast whcro she was.spena- !ng tho winter. The "hoys" have got slaited to foot- ball prucllco aud hope soon (o get Into their stride. It Is their intention to play in the league which has been (orjncd.nelwcen the towns ot Fernic aha'-jiell6yiib the Pass. rCBult ot auto speeding which is only too common, Mr. Jaa. Allan ha'd his valuable (log, Wallace, killed on simftiy ndernoon. -..Messrs, Morrison and Crane have purchased the Maclean ranch, just west of Colt-Ulan. There is rumor to the elfcct (hat it will ho subdivided into building lots. Colenian Is fast coming iiilu Us A. new subdivision, an up-lo, dalo tipple, Just Installed'and.a }I5, 1 MO school in tho process ol erection. ff OANADIANS HONORED It ff tf 4 4.4 June As- .Rocialfld for Cana- .dlans Razetlcd loiSay were Distinguished Service Order to Major William Hendrie, nriltlcry, suti to Iilcul.-Ccl. William Snnsnrae, ma- ,'flilna gunn. Tlio Military Cross to Cipiam llenry Chanler, 13tb, Regioald Gory, "fiSlh, Frank Hill, Charles Pit- .Mado, isih nnl Hie iiev. Charlos Ras- ters, Wfttson, o( St. CalharincK ac- cidcntally killstl tilmseK while clean IDS a revolver.. THIS SALE MEANS CLOTHES ECONOMY. DO NOT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE. 'T'HE very late season and adverse weather conditions A greatly retarded early -Spring business and we are FORCED TO SACRIFICE PROFITS to unload 6Ur surplus stock of high grade clothing, fnrnisWhgs, boots and shoes, and remember this includes many lines of merchandise bought months ago at a great saving on prices? which enables us to make this sale THE GREATEST SALE EVENT IN THE HISTORY OF LETHBRIDGE. Sale prices in mMiy cases, be below present-day wholesale replacement pric- es, as w< are determiaed to make this sale qufck, decisive and complete. We must clear away our surplus stock within the next ten days. WHAltE ADVERTISE WE DO The time has come when advertising must stand for truth. Our plain, simple mes- sage to you is this: May we, on this statement alone, merit your patronage. EVERY ARTICLE HEJfc QUOTED WILL BE FOUND EXACTLY AS REPRE- SENTED. ur biggeiirfuei wffl go first. Come early and often. THIS IS A GENUINE SALE 0? HIGH-. GRADE MERCHANDISE FOR MEN AT SACRIFICE PRICES EN1NG D OF SALE.TUESDAY, JUNE 15 A PARTIAL LIST OF THE GOODS ON SALE FIT-REFORM SUlTS'fOR MEN SOCIETY SUITS FOR MEN SUITS UP TO Sals.............----- SDITS UP TO J65.CW: Sale gOTrs UP TO f62.50. Sale................. SUITS OT TO f7S Sale .29.75 37.50 45.00 GOODS ON SALE ARE STANDARD TRADE-MARK QUALITY, KNOWN FROM COAST TO COAST. RAINCOATS Aliii COATS. Regular ?30. Sale ALL W'BATirBR CX5A.TS. Regular J33. Sale PAKAMBTTA HAIN COATS. Regular 1 J "7C 520.00. Sale1''..... J SLIP-ON OVBRC.OATS. Regular 120.00. Sale., HAT VALUES UNSURPASSED MEN'S SOFT HATS. Up to ?Sf.OO. -I Sale V; ONB SOFT FHiyT HATS. Up lo Sale ttt STIFF FBIyT HATS, Up to UNDERWEAR POROUS BALDIUGGAN. 'CCr n-00- Stfe 'DJt rWO-PIBCB UOHT WOOL. Ilcgiilar IOC Salo BALBIUGOAN COMBINATIONS. Up to 1 CC f2.60. Salo 1 .V J VOU'tL SAVE LUXURY TAX AS WELL ON MAJORITY OF PRICES QUOTED. CANVAS SHOES White, tan and Palm Beach colors in Iral and Oxfords. Regular QC Sale 4.3tl REGAL DRESS SHOES In 'black Telour. Up to Sale. 7 50 pair lot MEN'S DRESS SHOES- Up to Sale C A iOV 150 pair GEO. A. SLATER AND FISKE DRESS SHOES in black and brown. Up to Sale 10.95 STHAW HATS. Up to ?1.75. Sale 25% Off Panama Hats and Boaters WORK GLOVES. Up to Sale price 65c MOTOR GAUNTLETS. Up to Sale 2.45 NO -KNOW WHAT YOU GET HERE 1 LOT HOSIERY. Up to 50c. Sale 25c PURE LINEN COLLARS. Regular 35c. lOc FANCY STRIPE SILK SHIRTS. Up to NECKWEAR. Up to Sale 65c PRICES STILL HIGHER FOR FALL! Manufacturers' prices are still advancing, and we have no intimation of any lowering in prices br some time to come, factory orders on hand today cannot be completed for lack ol materials, Why then is it reasonable to expect lower prices in the near future. BUY NOW AND Terms of' Cash No Gofods Approval THE Me S LARGEST DISTRIBUTORS OF MEN'S WEAR IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA DO NOT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE. BE HERE TUESDAY EARLY. YOU'LL SAVE WAR TAX IN MANY INSTANCES, AND FROM 25 TO'40 PER'CENT. ON OUR REGULAR PRICES ;