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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LliTHlMHDGE DAILY. HERALD THURSDAY, MAY 13.-192Q With Guy Bates Post, Visits Lethbridge, One of Few Lucky Cities to Get Attraction. Mr. Melville B. Raymond, specM re.iresenUtive fee Guy Bates Post, llu notable 'American actor, is in the city tolay making tho necessary prelimin- ary arrangements with ilr. Brown of the Majestic theatra for the appear- ance at the Majestic on Wednesday, ilay ;6th. of Mr. I'ost's stupendous urodTM.'iion of "The llasqnerader." In conversation with the Hc-raM to- day, Mr. Raymond ttatcd that H is only due to the business acumeu o! the Trans-Canada Tnealrcs, Limited, that has made it possible to induce Sir. Post to include o. Sev points in Western Canada on his trans-contin entsl tour. It requires a train of five cars to transport the company, which is by tar Iho largest organization lias ever tonrcd the Western country. Three siity-foot tasmge cars aro necessary to handle the pro- duction, and two standard Pnllmuns arc requirwl for the proper accommo- dation ot the company. In ibe stage presentation ol "The IM-O revolTicc stages are nsed, -sbich are placed on the rojiilar states o- thc theatres playing Ihe attraction Had tho stsso Majestic b but sii inches narrower than it Ijclubridgo would have missed tej. W- of A. hare teen mak- ing hay while the sna shiued und havo brought back practically nit Ihe miners to the fold of the intornallooal organization. at Fcruie look legal action to put tile O. U. U. out. An injunc- tion was issued restraining the O. B. n. from disposing of any of mudi Toa.Ur) Cinnnrnan Cul Ittli itt'.o inlo l-xb Eat Quaker Bread John Gilmore Bakers Phone 378 Friday and Saturday Trimmed Hats FOR TWO DAYS 1-3 Off FRIDAY SATURDAY Just abont Uireo dozfo of the finest models of tho reason left, and included in sale at won- derfully low prices. Sold at JIS.OO to {27.50 Friday, and Saturday at- to 518.33 Specially attractive offerings from evfe.ry "depart- ment of the store, specially featured here at un- usually low prices for tlie next two days.. Goods are all brand new and of the highest stand- ard of quality it is possible to secure; each lint featured U shown in splendid variety of choice er in sufficient quantity to last for a brisk two days' seDing and replacement values in many instances are considerably above the prkes we, are asking during this two-day bargain event. Big Sayings Are Yours in Outer Gar- ments If You Buy Here Fri. and Safc. Our Entire Stock of New Spring Suits. INCLUDING MANY NUMBERS THAT HAVE JUST COME TO HAND AND COVERING A RANGE OF VALUES AT TO 1 This includes some of the very smartest model's of the season, many of which were ordered 'Jate to secure most approved styles and were delayed in shlpTnent a month beyond our expectations on account of the rush of orders at tho factories. Material are finest quality serges, gabardines and trlec-tfnes. Colors.navy, Copen- hagen, sand, arey, taups.and black. Shown in .a of sizes for small and reg- ular sized women as .as big sizes up to 46 inch.bust. Friday and Saturday Including' all New Spring Coats. Short, medium and long lengths in silvortones. tweeds, etc. PuH assortmen'[ ol suislf, :ncdiiim and largo sijea up to 48. Extra Special'" 4.90 Fri. and Sat.' Petticoat Sale Unusual Good Values, Worth up to Splendid lussim silks that fftve the maximum of serrico In plain and pretty floral designs. Slado In proper width for present styles, selling regularly up'to }6.oO, but actually irorth up to W.50. An Exceptional Bargain Extra Special-" Fri. and Sat. Dress Worth up to Just about a. dozen dresses In this lot. Odd numbfcrs that are specially good value at regular price, hut dclegaWd to the bargain racks for a. two-day clearance. Included are laffeta and poplin sjlkj and and jerseys in various colors.. EXTRA Heavy Silk Ribbed Top Hose New stock a year ago. Complete variety'ot sizes in colors, black, white, brawn, grey, navy and Wonder- fully Eood value and better by fifty uer cent., than could possibly bo offered if bought in the present markets. Great Savings In Yard Goods Sec. DRESS-GOODS AND SILKS, STAPLES AND WASH GOODS OF FINEST STANDARD OF QUALITY SELLING BELOW PRESENT; REPLACEMENT VALUES, 50e (ino and uachea wide.......................... JUS light and darfc colors, various widths. CUhTAIN floral dealEB, range erf colorc............... 60o COLORED inch. cardinal, copra, oM rose, and HEAVY strong thread, full'two yards widn.............. SOc BLEACHEO round thread, splendid to wash mnd TUS9AH UNDERWEAR vlile, Washable. Colors shy, maize, flesh, old roso, whito, etc......... 39c 98c 98c 45c 98c 24c Inches 98c SILK fino qunllly. 36 inches. Colors champagTic, old roco, QO_ "OC and malzo 35c ROLLER inches. OO- j'loivy and strong ioC Me, OXFORDS AND 27 and 29. inches. Light and colors...... 85c UNDERWEAR flesh, maize and white. 25 in. wide. Kslra special DOC 90; COLORED to -10 in. wMo. Coilrs flwh, sky, inalzo, white, J3.5D FANCY STRIPED 35 In, n wide. Ilandsomo. novelty stripes........ tuVO J2.60 PLAID DRESS nov- -I oily plaids. cheap at the price 72c CLARKE CO. 614 Third Ave.S. Lethbridgc. ;