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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE D.4ILV I Discourse Given on the U. F. A. Movement and Us Sister Orgaruzaiipu, (From Our Own Correspondent) CAliDSTON', June .Morse, tho Dominion Chautauqua manager was inHowii Thursday and assisted iu tha organization of tbe local commit tee. H. D. Folsoiu was appointed chairman, i. M. Coombs, sec.-treas. J. Y. Cart! and Kred Durton. advertls ing, Ml -V Coombs, ticketsu and Mr Olund, seating.' Our Cuautauqua wil commence July 8. Ai-s'meeting of the citizens called by. Mayor' Pitcher, it to ccrebrafe'-poininion day and the com- mittee lif'ai wisrk and ns the UVlzehs are atl--.working for a good Tho band boys' ati'.tinjcifslus every day .and assured.. ThilownTcbun'cil has the steam grad er at worb sra.ding Iho streets; ian.d rough-places will.teBiada 'Bintmtlf, also the? waterworks 'lepattr meat has completed Us reno-1 vat.lng and the gravity svstern Is work- ing-satisfactorily. Thij steam roller and grader, paid the a visit yesterday and "needed improvements In readiness for the grand -Dominion day celebration. The Sunday was observed by ihol-Cardstoii district-organization by meeting' the L. D. S. tabernacle' were by President Duce.-; Tha songs by the stake choir, conducted by A. T. Henson and Mrs. Lillian P. Smith at the organ were "Earth with her ten thousand and. "Wait- ins 'or the reapers' and the Closing song, "Let the mountains shout ,MRS. MACK EASTMAN Formerly Mile. -.Antouia Larribe, ol Paris, FVa'npv wife of Dr. Mack Bast man, head of .therDep'artraent oE Hist ot the British Co lunibia. Though siio'has only iu Canada a few Eastman is feeling quite at home In her husband's country and says, "I am almost a (From Our Own. Correspondent) White Socks played Whltla June 21' and won fir iu full swing; no grass cutters with tho Win nifred boys, and the pitcber some linger. Tha same nine played Bow Island June 18 and walloped the Island nine by the score of 11 to 1Q- Mr. A. J. Treiablay returned to Ar- gyle, Minnesota, this week, expecting to return to Canada an lime for har- vesting. Mr. Jack Chrlsholm spent a. couple of days in Medicine Hat on business matters. Miss Eva Lucha returned bridge this week after visiting her mother at the home of Mr. Krank Har- ris. hundred. cbiQkeos on every' ior'bctler eggs and more of He will demonstrate how to tell .the age of a hen anil Bow to select the birds to' keep. Ho go from farm to farm. This serrlita" will be. turalshcd frca. If 'tb'ere are more than ten farmers in one. district desiring bis service, please leave name with 11. T. Luther, Globb store. Evangelistic meetings will b9 held all this week. GJ C. Peterson and daughter Edith is now able to bo out! Chas.1 Wilson has up working for P. C. Beuhring aud Is returning to Edmonton. The Wlnnlfrec! Ladies' Aid will how the drama, "Aunt Susan s at Seven Persons on Saturday, June !6th. 3ow. H FUNDS Ef, yOHK June ex- change easy, demand 3.9 6 14; cables J3.97VJ. Canadian dpllara INSECT PESTS CAUSING ENORMOUS LOSSES IN U. S. CHICAGO., June 24 1e fer over six weeks, caused by ryiug to move hli' car from a ditch aiid spiatning the muscles of his knee. Mrs. G. Wollman.wenl to Medicine fat to consult Dr. McDonald on Wed- nesday. Her manyi friends were sorry .0 learn of her being ili- ADMIRAL KINGSMILL RETIRES NEXT WEEK TORONTO. Jun? Sir Charles KiDssinili, who formally open ed the first naval club in Canada hero yesterday, announces that he. was retiring service neit weci after 50 years' service, aad the opening of the naval club quarter here was his final ofticial appearance in uniform. BURGLAR GETS FIVE YEARS K.SCINA. June Malusiuk. arrested here last week whilo'in tha ,tt of making a aUervbreak- ng into a residence, was sentenced o serve five years iu prison at Princo Mbert today. Ho served a term in N'ew Westminster peoiten- iary. lie is wanted in Saskstwu On seven 5" arul also Ifi Golden. B.C., for house breaiing. MURDER CHARGES AGAINST THREE IN DULUTH l-YNCHING DULUTH. Minn., June ments charging murder were returned late yesterday against three men for. alleged participation in the lynching ot Ihree negroes here June 15. tbe trio being Leonard Hedman, John Burr and Nate .Nelson. They ate held with- out ball.' poned the meeting of Juno 24th until July 1st. Hrs..J. W. Dennison will entertain at .her home. Everybody cordially Invited to attend this meet- Ing. Mr. Tom Godfrey was In Winnlfred this week and reports crops looking good for seven miles out, but rain will be neoded soon. Cutworms have done damage in many places. Mjss Martha Morkln, H.N., under of the Alberta -Women Institutes, gave several demonstration lectures In home nursing free lo al' women and girls. Miss Morkin was good in all her teaching and was highly appreciated by the the department of agriculture 'live- Winnipeg ladles. Little attention had stock branch at Edmonton, will be in Winnlfred again within two weeks for culling out the non-pronlnbla your flock. His slogan Is, "One been niade to .advertise her meeting: irtth Ihe result that not many attend ed, which was very much regretted. Mrs. Walter Bowerman's little IF you are not already using Blue Ribbon Baking Powder in your home, we would like you it. If you are eager to improve your baking, select now the best family baking powder, and stick to. it. Blue Ribbon Baking Powder maintains unfalteringly its high stand- ard of quality, its goodness never lessens, each tin contains baking powder that wili act like trie last tin, and give you splendidiesults---try it. INVITE The Royal Store's Annual to an exceptional opportunity to combine with us in an honest effort to reduce living costs A Sale Special Prices bear little relation, to the Actual Retail Values French demand for a revision ot the. Growing dally RE.V. OR. T. G, MATTHHWS F.'.rfjj'trly ot McMnsU-r iltjv lip tiai I'.sijUicd tlu pastorate; (if First Ilaptijt Cliiuch. llnvcti. Conn., to 1iH-Oir.'t rrqfuiisiir "f Tcstanscnl HUii in C'rrvN r Itajilisl nc.ir I'liiliirlirli'hiJi. IN ADVERTISING ENTHUSIASM SOMETIMES RUNS AWAY WITH ACCURACY. tHE ROYAL STORE ACHIEVES ITS SUCCESS BY LIVING -UP TO THE EXACT WORDING AND PROMISES OF ITS ADVERTISING: You! Young Man THE PATH OF ECONOMY LEADS TO THE ROYAL STORE WE'VE SELECTED 40 YOUNG MEN'S SUITS TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS Nifty styles, choice patterns, well' tailor- ed. Values to Sizes 33 to 3S, A A On Men's Suits We oifer price concessions that will tempt the most careful buyer. Your choice from a slock bristling 'yiih variety of make, pattern and cloth. We mention, three groups hero, every one sterling value at the original price. Regular Suits Regular Suits Regular Suits at AND NO LUXURY TAX EITHER, MISTERI As the THERMOMETER GOES UP our PRICES GO DOWN on Summer Underwear The beat, coolest, most attrafolc two- piece suits -ami combinations. -t tjn Sizes 34 to 44. Special, a suit TAKE NOTICE of these exceptional values iu Dress Shirts tine quality Union. Special, a still Spring NeedlS 2iyf A Inrgc variety to clraos.e from. In the well known "Arrow" anil Tooke's makes. Some with collars attached; some with Keparale collar lo match in neat stripe. effecls. Great value at 53 00. 1 7C To clear at l.iO NO LUXURY TAX ON 'EM .SWEEPING REDUCTIONS ON Felt Hats Various shapps, various colors, various makes. Jnst two prices during this sale Values to Values to i Col ycr new Mel without paying tax. A BANNER BARGAIN BUDGET IN Hosiery Lightweight, cotton and lisle sox In black, tan, :groy and white. Wo mention three lines only, Regular40c at, pair v..... 25c 35c Regular 65c at', pair 50c HERE'S OF TRUE ECONOMY Men's Dress Pants Two hundred pairs lo choose'from. Sizes 30 to 60. Every man needs a pair ALWAYS. Buy 'cm now. Values to ten dollars. This It's Going to Rain a-Plenly Summer 30 HERE'S Raincoats At prices that'll clear 'em out In quick order. We have a great variety In tweed ami para- matta coats. Regular values io o CA to <7P On sale at 0.0 U 0 Every Canvas Shoe Must Go __ OF THIS SALE Blue Serge Suits Ail wool serge, fast Indigo tailored various models. All sizes, 3i lo 44. Regular price to SKIPPING THE LUXURY TAX TOO1 Extra Special Oxfonlg. Bluchers ami nalmorals In while, palm licarlt and brown. Leather .soles :ind heeh nA for comfort and all at, a pair coolncsn. Going Panama Hats The aristocrat ot summer headgear. Two lines to pick from. j No. finely woven Japanese'draw. Regular o at J.UU genuine I'anama. Hegular J7.EO. at.................................................... Caps! Caps! A oflncomparahle values In snappy styles. All kinds of patterns anil colors! as well as shapes to select from. S.SO Great values at Going -----That savor ot the unusual, sivc ample evidence of your dollar's ImyliiB rower. We offer such reliable makes "Slater1' null "Walk-Over." Slmes in ana durabil- ity prciloitilnato. Regular price at............. Regular price ---------NO LUXURY TAX--------- SALE STARTS FRIDAY, DALLAS HOTEL 5th ST; SO. ;