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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta F1UDAY, JUNE 18, 1920 THE LETHflRIDGE DAILY PAGE NINE Block, One-Storey Structure; Is Now Inadeqtitife for Huge Business. LONDON'; May Mall.) The Bani of Euglaai is to'hs rebuilt The govqraors and court of directors of't'he Institution (or the past 25 years haro considered the advisability ot re placing the Wick, che-storey "Old Lady 6t ThreidBeedle Street" with a more modern and" coinra odious' etruc ture. The Inadequacy ot the vener able pile to meet prosenWay need has necessitated the establishment, sluce tho beginning of tho.war, of six oulslde oranch offices in varioiis'parts of London to'house [nf army of clerks and nowly created departments. Established In the Bank of England Is national bank in K-.irope. lillllocsof people throughout the world know the'outslde of the low, lilack building which lor more than two centuries has been the empire's financial Its central part was creeled, in' but the outer part, which one; sees from adjacent streets, dales ifro'nV The building spreads.over four what is perhaps the most TKluaul'et'real'eslnle In, the world, in the "I-pndou's world'training At'least in December, 1S25, It fiated the country, from bank piflng the iord George Gor ilon riots' of June.' 17SO, it wlthstodc o two-days attack by a mob which was driven.otl by soldiers stationed outside aiul clerko and ..hank officials who mounted- the walls. the tank, has been guarded every nlsht by-a detachmen of Ibilly-ate soldiers, who, .command Uy'.an officer, march down and take up their poEl- tEons oh the- at sundown. A n'umber'of broke the blank solidarity.'of the bank's out- cr.walls, were closed with huso blocks, of-granite after the rioting, but their outline Is traced by -the- remaining sills. _ So' Commissioner D. D.! Irvine. Propaganda XBWYOKK. Juno rtiaii w.idespreail effect! which the Sinn Fein propaganda has' hatl upon certain sections the public in the United States "is attribut- ed to of the Intellect" by Commissioner U. U. Irvine, at the society for American .and Briliah Friendship. "Irvine, In a sUlcuient on the Irish question, declared the Sinn Fein wedge is being' hammered in "by-tho. vieltlers of the mallet of disruption" ill an cttort. to cleave apart the United Slates and Great Britain. "Much labor, oratory, ntlvertishig, and fin- ance is being spent on this, ignoble j ho says. "Vet with all the brains to direct, agencies to no- operate xmd gifts to finance the mad effort will be ;Afler likening the movement to V frothy sea hammering with great dis- play the. granilc portals of a and predicting Ihal tlio. storm will soon settlo down, Mr. Irvine UHUCE: "It secnis.csschtial for the world to get drunk on- something. Ttiere are mental potions lhat set the brain on fire and, in tills intoxication of .Intel- lect, reason staggers from her throne, lofic llea in the stupor of false deduc- tions and conscience sleeps the sleep of senseless stupidity, Sinn Fein is a dangerous' the Irish irjiporaincnl. A few prohibition laws fur this nienlai drunkenness seem the safety ot the rest of thfl world. "Sinn Pcin is' doomed! Nature dooms H. It Is ii cross over of species horn Ot Jlome Mule and lawless radi- calism. Mature debars perpetuation ot this lylie anil the hybrid is barren. Klnn Fein is a kicking'mulo which j will live the allotted spnn ot kindred movements and then die, and in doiUh its nam" ends. Every kick brings it nearer Us end. Let it kick. hut keep away from Its "heels and hold taut. In tho circus of luitlonitl freaks, Sinn Fein Is the trick mule which for a time Is holding the atleTitSon of the clowns use the hcast for acrobatic antics for financial "Some movements attract strange] followers.. Freak movements always bra ins wlllmnl breeding anil I breeding wltboiiL brains; money with-j oul character and character without money. Sinn 'Fein Is no exception. It lures tho unthinking, it dupes the thoughtful, It fascinates MIC bad and deceives the good. lint when the awakening comes keep Ihn gangway clear for the rush ashore from the sinking ship will be a spectacle to hehold. We will see- It one of these days! hivo nivhlle and sso the fun." AMERICANS BUY SILVER LONDON', Juno advanc-l oil nearly five penco nn ounce today! In tho local market on large American buying and local spcctitalivo demand. Supplies wero not large and the tone of the market at the close was some- wlial uncertain. SMASH THE HIG D Y buying your Spring and Summer Clothing, Furhishings, .Boots and Shoes at our Quick .Disposal Sale Prices which :have packed our store the_ first three days of the sale and WILL "SAVE YOU MANY DOLLARS Goods in many instances cannot be replaced by us at these'sacrifice We Mfasf Upload Our Surplus Stock in a Limited In the meantime profits must be forgotten. Week-end Bargain Days of this sale will eclipse all previous records in price cutting as we'are determined to make Saturday a banner day have added many new lines to our bargain tables. Thousands of Bargains Not Advertised If you were not here today, come tomorrow as, this is a GENUINE and you cannot afford to away. You will find everything exactly as represented and even great- er bergains than you expected to find. The yellow cards throughout bur store will point you to bargains as wonderful as any on this page. DON'T MISS IT; IT'S A LIFE TIME 'SAVING OPPORTUNITY WORTH WHILE. JUST A HINT AT SOME QF THE BARGAINS THIS SALE HAS IN STORE FORYOin YOUNG.MEN'SlsyiTS. Regular i., SUITS.1 Regular MEN'S SUITS. Regular Sale v MEN'S SUITS. MEN'S SUITS. Regular Sale... YOJf SAVE MONEY on Everything You Buy RAINCOATS AND SLIP-ON OVERCOATS tt RAINCOATS. Regular Sale... RAINCOATS. Regular .'SLIP-ON COATS. Regular Sale... WASH VESTS. Regular up to. Sale... UNDERWEAR SACRIFICED TWO-PIECE UNDERWEAR. Balbriggan, Up to Sale............. 55c BALBRIGGAN COMBINATIONS. Up to BALBRIGGAN COMBINATIONS. Up to, Sale................'.. ATHLETIC UNDERWEAR. Regular 23% OFF ALL OTHER LINES UNDERWEAR 25 PER CENT, OFF ALL ODD TROUSERS LOOK AT THESE SHOE BARGAINS MEN'S CANVAS SH6ES. In wKitc, tan and palm .beach. Regular REGAL DRESS SHOES. Up to 12.00. (t 7 Q C iPl .OO DRESS SHOES. Up to 125 pair lot of Geo. A. Slater and Fiske DRESS ft 1YY Q C SHOES in black and brown. Up to 1 MEN'S TAN OXFORDS. Regular Sale 25 PER CENT. OFF ALL OTHER LINES OF SHOES. SAVINGS IN DRESS SHIRTS Men's Dress Shirts. Worth Sale Fancy Stripe Silk Shirts, Regular Sale _ All Other Lines Dress Shirts, 20 Per Cent. Off. 25 Per Cent. OH Work Shirts, 25 Per Cent. Of {Work Gloves. 25 Per Cent. Off Dress Gloves. 1 Special Lot Hosiery, up to 50c. Sale 25c 25 Per Cent. Off AH Regular Lines Hosiery. SAVE ON NECKWEAR Men's Wash Ties, up to 50c. Sale Silk Ties, up to 65c Silk Ties, up to Sale.............75c QUICK DISPOSAL OF HATS Soft Hats, up to 1 lot Soft Hats, up to 1 Lot Soft Straw Hats, up to Sale 55c THOUSANDS OF BARGAINS NOT ADVERTISED YOU SAVE ON EVERY ARTICLE YOU BUY McGuire McKelvie LARGEST DISTRIBUTORS OF MEN'S WEAR IN .SOUTHERN ALBERTA KIRKHAM BLOCK ;