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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JUNE' Tim f-ETHBIUDGE DAILY PAGE SEVEN I KIMUM Death of Elmo Geddes Casts a 'Gloom Over'.the Com- munity. (From Our Owti Correspondent) ilAORATH, June funeral of the remains of Gay JfcConnell was hold fn LD.S. church on Sunday attcraoon with a large crowd In at- tendance. He was both a cadet and a. Boy Scout and his boy chums T.-are present. Too speakers were 0. A. Vi'ooltoy end Jarcd A. Mercer. Tho vhojr sans the hymns, "O' Jljr Gravo Where Is Thy and "I Need'Thee Every Hour." Byron Tanner sang the solo "1 Have Heard of a Beautiful City." and the bealdlc- pronounced by Fro. Chris; Jeifcea. Ueaiitltul flowers were sent from ;tn9 [cUowins Vi'reatb. fatally; Scouts, hrgo spray of lilies; School large spray of roses; bprava. Bishop ar-.d Mrs. Marker, Women's In- stitute, Mr. and Mrs. Sea Matkin, Aunt -Mary and family, Mr. and Mrs. .Ike, Sabey, and Mrs. John Brown, Mr. and Mrs. George Card, Mrs. Sarah Sahey. Mr. and Mrs. Howe's, Mr. and Mrs. Houschtld, Mr. und Mrs. Clatr Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Parkinson. Mrs: Aunlo -Matkln and Mr. and Mrs. Jisn Tomllson. c A gl'opra was cast over the commun- ity today when the word was rcceit- ed that Elmo Geddes had passed awa> i-j the Lelhbridgo hospital. His par ents kept a hardware store in Magrath during tha four years he and his 'brother Arthur served overseas. HI; mother was a "very active member o: the Red Cross organization, lie near )y gavb Ills life for his country while overseas but finally wos able, to- re- turn to his wife andv little son for a few ahprt months. JA few; weeks ago the familj moved to'Coaldalo where they aro npw residing. It is expected that a large number o! Magrath peo pie will attend the military tuners will be hold hi oa Thursday neit at the sympathy of In entire community goes out'to bla IOY cd ones that are left behind. Tho new Cage vat which was ccn traded and built by N.'S. Forsytb I now completed and dipping will be sin this week. Dr. Christie, the pro vlncial government vet.' from Card ston came down last week to Inspcc the work and pronounced It the bes .built in the district. Walter' Ackroyd had another ba 'spell with his heart "on Saturday las btit is'improving again nicely. Wo are now having Ideal Juno wca ther, hot days with little showers mix ed in so crops are growing fine. (From Our Own Correspondent) .MACLEOD, Jims' Maclarc Lumber Co., who arc going to bull the largo mill and factory in Macleo unloaded their first car of maclnner on Monday, and moved it to th ground, where the mill will he erec ed. The men are on "the ground, an are busy, making ready for the halanc of the will, he at th piers for the darns in a short tlm when men will be wanted for the 'con structlou.'ot this immense plant. At the town power plant the o! engine which has done service sine the plant was Imilt, was removed fro its foundation and will be replaced b n gas burning engine, which has arri ed nnd is being unloaded, and tnovc io [he power house waeie it will b in tise in a few days. Two and a half hours' rain this er ning Wednesday, Juno 23, and this wi tare many crops. SISTER POLICE OFFICER REV. J. C. SPEER Toronto clergyman, who vras called n by the Speaker o! the Houbu oi ommons to ciplain csrtalu remarks aid io liavo been made at the MethO' sst Conference, alleging that mem ers of Parliament had been bribed support horse racing. Mr, Spter re- lied that his remarks wero mlsunder- tood. EXPENSIVE FINE (Special to The Herald) FBRNIE, June 23. Magistrate Whlmster rendered Ills decision Ihts mornins Ju tho case wherein Lhe accused was charged with having liauo'r in his possession oilier lhan (or bis private use. 7hs man was fined and costs. The fine was forth- coming at once actf so ends another case In which illicit dealing in litjuor was the cause of the legal proceedings. Corcner Thomson and jurors Doug- las, McVaniiel, Graham, Henderson and Harvlo went to Klko hy aulo to- day to uavc a close look at the room in which Jobn Teltt-r was last s'stia alive on the night oJ May 20th. Aside Irom finding a discoloration on the wall near the face where the foot of bed stood, uoUihi bearing upon ths case was uueartlitd. Two or three of the witnesses who have already been m the stand und one or two new ones will be heard Friday night wben thu inqucH will bo assumed. COROIAU RELATIONS EXIST AMONG ALLIES PARIS, June cordial rela- tions exist between France and her allies, sail Premier Millerand la the chamber of deputies today. Questioned regarding dtvergenclea between France and the allied na- tions, tie premier declared. asnM plause' from the entire house, ''Never has the union been closer than now between England, Italy and France. RACING REOPENS IN ONTARIO Daby Grand, said to be Uto best two-year-old at Wood Dine, winning the Juvenile stakes frora Heath Bell, who is In the photo passing Assyrian Quwn Iti the flna 1 to tbo wire at Toronto, May 24. Ground Soaked to Great Depth Ready for Cattle Dipping. (From Our Own Correspondent) ONBFOUR, Juno Moore and assistant of the irrigation service oukcd over an Irrigation scheme for Alex Lindsay and recommended it. Haiti fell every day last week except unday and the ground is now thor- oughly Eoakeii to a. great depth. Cattle dipping will take most of our people away this weorv, some go- ng east to the Willow Creek vat and some west Io tho Conncy vat. Every- body will dip. Sam Cross, mall contractor came in with the mail Wednesday evening soaked to tho skin by a heavy rain .hat got him before he reached home. Between Oncfour and Manyberries :he farmers are all busy plowing summerfallow and breaking new laud, the acreage of which will come well up to that in crop. PUT AMERICANS OFF FISHERIES WASHINGTON, June tho proposed fisheries treaty between Groat Britain and the United States bo. ratified, 'it is beyond: peradven- turo that within five years thereafter, neither on North At! an lie-nor tho Pacific will there bo a vessel in the sec fisheries under the American Chairman Jones of ihe senate merchant marine committee declared in-a loiter to Secretary Colby made public today by tho senator. Rev. Dr. JobivForrest, former presi- dent of tho Dalbousle University and an ex-moderator ot the Presbyterian general died at bis home in Halifax. ALL EYES BIGHTOK m Will Nol Resign to Go to tho While; House s ilcsk in tha woman's bureau of .lie police de- partment in Washington sits a fircy- Icofting For Ivvo'years, slnca ehc relumed from a decade, ol missionary service In India, she has occupied this desk. Each day she listens to the sordid or Unhappy, stories'of the sirla and wo- men brijughl :b'efore'her. "Patiently she straightens out domestic difficul- ties, and'looks after the girls caught shoplifting and wlio plead for "an- other She is rntcd as "police officer, second and her salary is a year. .Her bpiirs are from, early in the morning until such time In tbo evening when she has rlis- hosed of tho (roubles of tho last offender brought hcforo bcr. SuchJ Is Iffs: Herfert H. Voilaw. sister ot Senator Warren '0.'" Harding, llcpiibllcan nominee for the Presidency. In spite of tho.- facl-Uhat Hlio may soon be called .unbii assist In While House entertainments, has announced her intention' 61 "slicking to her po- lice (luik-s. Mrs. Vollaw's husband is a clerk at tho Senate commltlee of the Philippines, of which Senator Hard- Ing Is the chairman. ihdsor Table LETTER FROM MRS. WflRELIN Rcmarktblc Story of and Recovery. CAVE RE-ELECTED ST. JOHN'S, Newfoundland, June 25. Cave, formerly minister of shipping, who was deprived of Ills seat in the legislature by the supreme court on charges-of corruption, was returned In llio by-election in the Day Do Verde district announcement of the result today showed that Cnvc received votes to for tho opposition Jluddlslcr. CHINESE TROOPS CONCENTRATE Cliiua, June re- ceived here from Chang Kir. pay there has been a lieavy concen- tration of troops In the Ixing Vong diSiflcl oi tliu province Of l-'uklcn. Toronto, rjfferoij grcatlr from weakness, acomed to be Urcd all the time, find had no ambition to do any- thingor any place. My nen'es were in bad shape, 1 could not sleep at night, and then came a breakdown. I of Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound in ih-s newspapers and ser- eri! of my friends advised me to u je it, ly put new life into me. Now I am quite able to do my own work, and would strongly advise every suf- fering woman to give Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound a Mrs. WAKELIN, 272 Chriatia St., Toronto, The makers of Lydia K. Pinkham's ycgclahlc Compound have thousands of SDch letters ka that tell the truth, else they could not have been ob- tained for I ove'or money. Thia medicine is no stranger-it has stood (he test for more thin forty years. Jf there are any complications you do not understand to Lydia E. Pink- ham Me-iicim: Co. Lynn, At McKelvie McGuire CUT isposal Sale SALE Ends SAT. Night at 9 Sale Prices Cut DEEPER The Last Days Always THE BEST HERE IS THE LAST WORD REGARDING THE GREATEST SALE WE HAVE EVER ATTEMPTED, SATURDAY IS THE LAST AND NOW WE ARE CUTTING Tp SALE PRICES STILL DEEPER. AGAIN WE WILL GO THROUGH OUR STOCK AND IN MANY INSTANCES RE-MARK TO A LOWER PRICE AND IN EACH CASE YOU WILL BE THE SUBSTANTIAL GAINER. Thousands of Bargains Not Advertised in This Space MAKE THIS STORE YOUR SHOPPING HEADQUARTERS SATURDAY. IT WILL PAY YOU. YOU'LL SAVE ON EVERY' 1. ARTICLE YOU BUY. Young Men's Suits.. Sizes 33 to 35. Regular Men's Suits, up to Sale... Men's Suits, up to Sale. Men's Suits, up to Sale. Men's Suits, up to Sale. Save on these Raincoats Men's Raincoats, Parametta, Regular Sale........................ Alj Weather Coats. Regular Sale Odd Vests, up Io 25 per cent, off Odd Trousers, Final Cut In "SHOES" Balance of Canvas Shoe Stock, up to Sale........................ Men's Tan 'Oxfords. Regular Sale........................ Men's Dress Shoes, Regal make, up to Sale......................... Men's Black and Tan Dress Shoes, up to Men's Dress Shoes (Slater up to Men's Dress Shoes in dark "tan, Slater make. Regular 25 per cent. Off All Other Make Shoes. DRESS SHIRTS. Up to Sale.. NECKWEAR. Up to NECKWEAR. Up to Sale 6Sc NECKWEAR. Up to 60c. Sale 35c Save on The HATS Men's Soft Straws, up to Sale.. 55c Men's Soft Felt Hats, up to Sale Men's Soft Felt Hats, up to Sale 25 per cent. Off All Panama Hats. BE HERE EARLY SATURDAY. THIS IS A SAVING EVENT YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO MISS Final Cut in UNDERWEAR Two-piece worth price..........................'. 45c Two-piece Balbviggan worth Men's, Balbnggan Combinations, up to Athletic Combinations, Regular 25 per cent. Off All Other Lines in Under- 25 per cent. Off All Dress Gloves. 25 per cent. Off All Hosiery. 25 per cent. Off All Work Gloves. 25 per cent. Off All Work Shirts. 25 per cent. Off All Work Caps. 1 Special Lot Work Gloves, up to Sale 65c Motor Gauntlets, up to Sale Final Cut in Men's Caps 1 Lot up to Sale........... 95c McGUIRE LARGEST DISTRIBUTORS OF MEN'S WEAR I N SOUTHERN ALBERTA ;