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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAY 10, 1920 THE LKrhBRlDGE DAILY HERAL1J mi May ISIh. aud for wlucb. many (u- vitatlous had beeu seal been uuavoltbblr postponed. Tho date on n-hich thesa .will ba held will be an- nounced later. PERSONAL O Miss Florence1 Donald Telufncd oa Tuesday last froni; Victoria.i- ilr. aud lira. Mara were weekend in Calgary. Mra. Lore, of Hayinond, is the guest of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Lafterty. Mrs.'- T. Bx Smith and Miss j, :Mc- SUFFERING AWHOLEYFJ1R Mrs. King Made Well by Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- etable Compound. Kay, of Coiemau. were the weekend guests Mrs. William Cleary. Mr. Halph A. Thrall has left OH H trip .to yrill from the city dbbiK three weeks. Mr. Godden of the Standard bank, is leaving tonight for Calgary, where he rill spend the next few weeks. f Miss Winnlfred Aird left Calgary on Kl'riday: Three ,ir.lls -whera ehe ifill Spend ttpio. visiting fier I before' to home ?i." V.' :P. Conjfbearer. Is cbler- Mrs. o( Toronto, who, with will spend sometime Iu tne city. oyi -Nurae Ilorlon left on; Friday for Mrs. A3v.'ru ;Lypn. was the- of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cowell. i' Word has reached the city pt the PAGE ELEVEN candidate to ranrei wm iin i-iaims TA cohlwftlie condftuc-ncy of Kussell in provincial BRIDGE COLLAPSES IN FRONT OF HIM CHATHAM, Irag- :0dy Svas narrowly averted Saturday afternoon when-prompt action in put- ting the brakes oil his automobile and reversing IKS engine, prevented -iioy .-Munjay, a local grocer, from being (carried down the river with masses ot jdobrls Ti'lienilio upper bridRo anil dam suddenly collapsed in front him. 'Baby's Own Soap' A A.Soft healtky skin A lingering fragrance Lovely New Summer_____ Just To Hand By Express- ___ K. Late styles in Spring Suits and Coats; new waists of voiles, silks, georgettes and ne.w smocks of silk, geor- gette, beach cloth, etc., beautiful new summer skirts of elte, brocaded and baronet satins, white tricotines, etc.; new silk underwear in wonderful showing; new sweaters in the new filet .effects; also latest ruffled pullovers in splendid variety; new hand bags, purses and canteen bags in many new and ex- clusive designs; new lisle and silk hosiery in plain and ribbed tops; new Gossard corsets and brassieres in the most wanted models of the season; new dress goods, silks; staples and wash goods in a most complete variety of choice. Stocks in every department now offer you'thVfinest variety of choice in season- able merchandise ever featured by this store and as usual, our prices are no high- er and in scores of cases not as highAas many stores ask'for inferior goods. CLARKE CO. 614 3rd Ave., S. LETHBR1DGE WILSON SIGNS DEFICIENCY BILL FOR RAILROADS WASHINGTON; May urgent deficiency carrying for railroad operation' was signed today by President Wilson. It is expected that of this sum will be made available for the purchase of new rolling stock. conimjssipij. sayS Comriiis' the men a-o satisfied. oMhe civic says TOsWeeh in Churches Sunlight Soap, large size cakes, 4 42c Gold Soap, 4 for........................ 42c Lenox Soap, 15 bars Gold Dust Washing Powder, per packet 35c Golden West Washing Powder, per packet____35c Electric Soap Chips, per 25c Lux, 4 packets for...........________ 5Sc P. G. White Naptha Soap, 10 bars for.....95c Laundry Starch, Silver Gloss, 3 packets......'SOc Laundry Starch, Silver Gloss, 6 Ib. PHONES 313 and FIRM FOR SERVICE 1 EXHAUSTED PLOVER FALLS ON DECK OF LINER VICTORIA. B.C., May exbnUEtod from its.long.illlghl, a blrn1 of tho species plcXcii out iuo Nippon Vusen Kaisha Tajima Maru as a havsu of refuge as the ilg steamship was plowing her way across the Paci- fic tor this port, liner was about nine miles out from Victoriu men ike 'loa'Jiered- -vigitop settled helplessly on e bout deck. Hying aimlessly above the' h-road'expanse of the sliip the bird had sought Invitation for something to settle upon iu ordjr to -rest HR weary wings and it eager- ly accepted the accommodating ves- sel