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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta Tl'KSIUY, "MAY 1. TIIE LKTHBRinr.K F'JAILY IIUIULT) PAGE FIVE Yklopa. Apr. dt-i-UliHl Uils arieriiuou thai J. lluwr- ter, loader of the onnosllluii, is not to to ilic lower after all. I Al oYUn-k tills afternoon the house 1 mlcipU-d iicvliinliiary roimrt ul (he I'.O K. iiKjuiry Mr. lumuum'cil lliai owinn to (Ho f ;u 31r. was Ifuilrr of Hie hu would, tc brought hc-foro hou-ic. evni though he hud rt'IusL-il to iiiako rcjillea to various quo.-tlons asked him ri'KLirdiUK t-ain- roiilrilmlloiis. Mr. however, wrtit cm lo chaHeiixc him to make 'ai-cusailon II lie couhl against HID Liberals regard- ing rampnfpn funds. Mr. Hows IT. who was skiing hi the 'must', j.iiule mi roinmcnl. and it is rot cxji-ii-U'tl anylhlnir more will IIL- licuui ul Use mailer ol his refusal To reply to questions regarding cain- funds. Mr. Hrowsler went on lo announce atlion lie taken Lvforc the end ot the acF.sUm so that Mr. Talc inul other wilnosse.-i who hail lull the country could not rclarn after the 303- plon was over with impunity, In oiUcr uorris, legislation Is lo be provided thai if Uicy do return they will be held for examination ott tha matters which they have hcrcloforo refused to dls- rinse. TUc premier paid that the attorney- ECiir-ral was drawing a bill lo mnku II a criminal offense contribute lo campaign funds, This bill cati nol, linwevor. Lo Introduced, this sessoti, but will he brought forward next year, be promised. The regular monthly meeting ol i.clbbridKc Council iiil of the United Commercial Travellers was held iii the council rbamlipr Saturday evening.! April will! a good attendance of j members, nil ol whom manifested isi-j tcrcst in all milters hi ought up Tor consideration and action. The officers elected at the M.irc-h i nice tine the ensuiiig year wcr-i: duly Installed into ihcir respective po- sitions by Renlor Vast Counsellor, J. V. Cook, acting in the capacity of' Deputy Grand Counsellor. The offic-l crs arc: Senior Counsellor, W.' Manson; Junior Counsellor, T. ,1. Q'jlnn; Fast Counsellor, Clnnin, Secretary-Treasurer, ,1. 11. K. Green; Conductor, U. Bc-rlrand; Page, A. I'enn; Sentinel. Urury Baker. Two candidates were Initialed into tlic order. This iy initiations since the first of the j'car, and thrrn arc several more applications for incni- bershln. the increase In business anil Ihti wave of prosperity throughout the ivest comes also a revival of Interest in tlin U.C.T. work. Xcw interest and rnlhimiisin ts kindled In the hearts oE the boy a anil they arc all united to 11 ork. for the advancement and better- ment of the order. Mailers of general business were transacted and topics for the Interest and benefit of the council dis- cussed after which the council ad- journ to the dining room adjoining the council where Ihrsy partook of a light lunch and refreshments and sjicul a social hour together. a TKAVERS Cl-'rom Our Own I'akiMvlil, Ajiril tmprcvi .Tiicnls nrn being made tUrongli Hie country. Mr. Parkinson -Is erecting a. large barn; IJen (Iricco lias hnili a new house; llic Crawford Dros. aru kiihlmg largo burns and new houses. Frcil Slnmm built a new barn last Tali and has lumber on the prii'ind. for n new house, llic conlrarl ts Id, anil when completed will tic uiosl TCFidcnrc In tlic coun- try, steam heated, electric wirc-d. repine with hoi and cold ivalcr and nil nlhor modern conveniences. Jolm Cooper, formerly of Lctti- IjrbfcO, who baa one of Ihc Lesi, lialf sections of-land In tlie south country is taking Inlcrcat to have things look Good by imhUitiE up his build- ings. TAKOWKI {From Our Own Con tspnndcnlj TravcrB, Ajirll (ho, church on evening, Mr. Bar nor, superintendent of MciiioiUst missions for Southern Allicrln, ynvc an Interesting talk which .was enjoyed by jill, Tho church committee have decldrd on ft buHillng an entrance hall and full hasciucni. and v.111 build on lots close In wilh rt Eouthcasl front. April aanl, lo .Mr, nnr) Mre. Ilarl Jonca, n Mrs. McCann and Hobby arc rjranum for a week or len clnys. >lr. iicut and nilllc liroivn went to Monday. .Mr, Brown driving nil engine he iiurchflscd from Mr. llcst. .loncs haa purchased a section ol laml rlcvrn niljcs west of loivn. lie lo nul r.uJ move out Jn ttirec or fotir weeks. Mr. Wood, nrpRldcnt ot llio n. V. A, will Fpcak Jn (lie liall on May iitli. Sir. Woorl liaa sonic (Mint; of Interest to ray mul all should him. AnotJicr ImmfKrAnt cnr arrived on 'FrJilny'n (rain, conlc.nls (o lie moved to Irie Harry Illy plare. Tlic Aid iiiroUn? n( Mrs, JJoIdcii'g on .Mcsdtiinca CLEAN SWEEP of our stock of Men's Boys' Ladies' and Children's dress and serviceable Boots and Shoes. We are BUSINESS AM) WE WILL SELL EVERY PATH OF TUTS CHOICE STOCK OK ROOTS AND SHOES IF CUT PltlCES ME AX ANYTHING THESE DAYS TO THE BUYING PL'HLIC. WE HAVE MADE MONEY IN THE 1500T AND SHOE BUSINESS IN LETIIBRIDGE. OUK STOCK AS IT STANDS KEl'HESENTS THAT PROFIT. WHAT WE GET TOR OUR FOOTWEAR NOW IS ALL TO TIIE GOOD. WE ARE GOING OUT OF 'BUSINESS HERE SIMPLY BECAUSE WE THINK WE CAN DO EVEN 'BETTER ELSEWHERE.THAT'S PRICES AND DISPOSE OF STOCK QUICKLY, IS CERTAINLY TIIE MOST PROFITABLE METHOD FOR US UNDER THE KNOW NO COST NOW. PRICES THAT WILL SELL TIIE GOODS GOVERNS THE SITUATION. LADIES' DI5GNZE KID LACE BOOTS. BROWN SUEDE TOPS, RECEDING PLAIN TOES, LEATHER LOUIS HEELS. GOOO- YEAR WELTED SOLES. REGULAR FOR LADIES' HIGH CUT EIGHT iNCH TOP BUTTON DOOTS. NAVY BLUE BOTTOM AND G11EY TOPS, RECEDING PLAIN TOE, LEATHER LOUIS HEELS, GOODYEAR WELTED SOLES REGULAR 510.00 FOR LADIES' FINE BLACK KID BUTTON BOOTS, LEATHER LOUIS HEELS, PLAIN RECEDING TOE, TURNED SOLES. A FINE DRESS BOOT. REGULAR E6.00 FOR LADIES' HIGH CUT EIGHT INCH TOP BLACK KID LACE, RECEDING TOE, LEATHER LOUIS HEELS. A WINNER. REGULAR 57.50 FOR LADIES' PATENT LEATHER LACE AND BiiTYCN BOOTS. LEATHER LOUIS HEELS. CLOTH TOPS, GOODYEAR W5LTEO SOLES, REGULAR S5.50TOR LADIES' PATENT LEATHER BUTTON BOOTS. MAT KID TOPS, RECEDING TOES, LEATHER LOUIS HEELS, REGULAR 56.00 FOR WOMEN'S GUNMETAL BUTTON BOOTS. SEWN SOLES, MILITARY HEELS, WIDE TOES. NEAT AND EXTRA STRONG. REGULAR 15.00 FOR MEN'S FINE KID LACE BOOTS. SINGLE GOODYEAR WELT- ED SOLES, WIDE TOES, LOW HEELS. A NEAT DRESS LAST. REGULAR FOR MEN'S REGULAR S3.75 PATENT LEATHER AND GUNMETAL DANCING PUMPS FOR............... ANY LADIES' PUfr'.PS OR COLONIAL IN OUR STORE FOR MANY WILL YOU HAVE? 2.35 2.95 SPECIAL GROWING GIRLS' BOOTS. Dorothy Dodd make. Widci toes. Goodyear welted soles, low wide heels. The best wearing bool of Us kind ever made. Would cost wholesale These will be put In our window for Wednesday at Buy two or three pair of these shoes. LADIES; LATENT OXFORDS, LACE AND BUTTON, CLOTH AND KID TOPr RECEDING PLAIN TOES. GOODYEAR WELT- ED SOLES. LEATHER LOUIS HEELS, REGULAR 56.00 FOR BOYS' WHOLE STOCK CHROME TAN BLUCHEH BOOTS. HEAVY VISCOLiZED SOLES. POSITIVELY THE STRONGEST WEARING BOYS' BOOT EVER MADE. REGULAR HOO FOR CHILDREN'S STRAP SLIPPF.RS. KID, PATENTS AND GUNMHTAL. REGULAR AND ?2 25 FOR MEN'S TAN CALF LACE HOOTS. WIDE TOES, LOW HEELS, SINGLE SEWN SOLES. REGULAR 55.50 FOR MEN'S RUSSIAN TAN CALF BLUCHER DRESS BOOTS. WIDE TOES, GOODYEAR WELTED SOLES, WIDE LOW HEELS. REGULAR 56.50 FOR CHILDREN'S FINE KID BOOTS. SIZES 4 TO LACE AND BUTTON. REGULAR FOR LITTLE GENT'S BOOTS. SIZES 8 TO HEAVY SOLES AND BOX CALF UPPERS. REGULAR ?2.25 FOR LITTLE GIRLS' HIGH CUT PATENT BUTTON BOOTS. DRESS KID TCP, ALSO HIGH CUT BUTTON BOX CALF AND GUMMF-TAL, WIDE TOES AND VERY LOW HEELS. SIZES a TO HEGULAR S3.75 FOR LITTLE GIRLS' PATENT BUTTON BOOTS, WITH CLOTH TOPS AND ALL GUNMETAL CALF BUTTONS. SIZES 3 TO REGULAR FOR THE CUT-RATE AMERICAN BOOT SHOP BEXTUiY'S OLD STAND LUTHBRWGK, ALTA. rilTII STREET S. 111 Taylor and Hooker served llic lunch which was enjoyed by. nil. The next cclins will be held wllli Mrs, Hounds on May tlic 3Ui. The bank building Is gelling a coal of paint which Is another Improve- ment. .Mrs, Al. Davis, living west of lown has been unite sick with an attack of npnendlcltls. After some Improve- ments she expects to have an opera- tion. The millinery department at Fur- Cell's store Is having a good pale, more shipments arc arriving ivlth latest, fashions and bright colors. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ulrick wore Lctli- hridgc shoppers on Tuesday. Mrs. Foster and daughter Heatrire vlpilcd (n on Wednesday and look dinner wllli Mr. anil Mrs. Arm- strong. Tim Diilcli incaslrs nro luring a I run in thr north locality. ThtTvlc- (tlms arc tlic L-ynk, Krick- son and Vnnholm children this week. Mrs. Fogarly her son Milo, to CnrinaiiRay Tor an oiicmlioii. Frank Johnson oC Champion Is bnlldtriK n blarksniith ?hoi> cast