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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN' THE LCTHBRIDGE DA1IA' HERALD THURSDAY, MAY With Guy Bates Post, Visits Lethbridge, One of Few Lucky Cities to Get Attraction. HUTTERtTE BOY KNOCKED OFF BRIDGE BY HORSE AND IS DROWNING VICTIM Tho IlutterUo lad whoso death from drowning occurred at the Pot Hold creek, .Ma- STrath, vas John WaMenor, aged 10 years. The fatallly occurred while he was loading it horse over Use Thi Majestic beta I out sii inches narrower than it is, Lcthhridgo would have missed swing tha production. Even as it is, a force of carpenters will ho pat to work im- mediately remodelling the iMaJestrc stage, removing the present fly gal- leries, removing the vresenl stair- ways, and, extending the presc-at depth of the stage. The only points m Wc-steni Canada, which Mr. Post will visit are Leihhridge, Calgary, Sasfcitoou, Resina and Winnipeg, and then on into Toronto for two weeks'. -Jlr. Raymond leaves tonight for Cal- gary. He expressed surprise at the face tiat a city c! the size oJ liothlridge fortunate enough to be included on tie present Canadian tear, cit- ies ot this size across tlie line arc sel- dom given the opportunity owing to the limited theatre accommodation. John Gow and K. Ilier Fined SI 50 Charge Against Gtnv. iU a result ot a raid made by tbo city police, K. liier and Jc-hn Cow ap- peared at the police cwurt ou Thurs- day morning on tho charge cvu- duc-tinsr a lottery to tho quar- ter at 322A Second south, nod were each fined JIM' and costs. Tbo outfit used was a brand one and was confiscated by tho vollce. There is another change of running a lottery pending John as alleged, for previously running a lottery. This has been irom.tlcie- to tituc adjourned to i-omo up again on the- 17th of this mt'titii. Rev. Daniel Mick, of Montreal, will become pastor of Itrocfevillo Methodist ChunA. The first aerial mall for Canada was brought to Winnipeg froa: tlrand ilorks, N.D., by l.t A. Biag- haui. O.B..U.IJDSESIASI N18 Driven Out of Miners' HaJI at Now All U. M. W. ef A. The Ust stronghold of the O. B. U.. in Pistrict IS, lias fallen. This organ- ization has been put oct of tie miners' hall in Pornie. For a thue the O. V. rcignci supremo there, but V. M. W. of A. have staged a come-Jiacfe and have driven the O. U. LT. out into the cold. At one time- the O. B. U. claimed SO per ceat ctf the ciinors among their members in District IS. Tuat tiino is not very long ago, but Ihc organizers ot the U. M. of A. bars besn mak- ing hay -while the sun sfcinod and have brought back practically nil tho miners to the fold of the international organization. .Miners at Perniu took legal action to pat tie O. B. 13. out. LAn injunc- tion was issued restraining the 0. D. from disposing of any of the prop-1 erty and ten days was granted tor the filing of a defence. This timo haa expired and judgment was -non by default OCILV1FS ROrciHOUSEHOU) Canada's Best Flour MAKES THE MOST WONDERRJL! BREAD AND PASTRY YOU EVER SAW. r> HANDLED BY ALL GROCERS. A8K FOR AN OGILVIE COOK BOOK "DODD'S KIDNEY US ID N El- KSVSR' OR SICKEN FQS yVEH AKD iy Improvements in New i Boarding Cars Now Being Provided. Tho Lftiibridgo division has receiv- ed three of ino new boarding cars to bn used for eslra sang work.. These cars are a great improvement on what has been used Jor some time on this wxjrk and offer splendid accommoda- tion to those who use thorn. Many improvements have tjeen made. The cars are forty feet in length and provide ior twenty men. A re- porter Io- tie Herald went throogh. one this rooming and he saw a car fitted out in palatial manner for this class of irork. Bunks are swung on iron PIPES and tho bottoms fire made of strong canvass, with just snfiieient cip to make sleep comfortable. These care are known as the 40800 series and were sent out from Winni- peg tiia month. They havo a wash stand to accommodate three men at a time and an ice water tank. Tnere is a. heating stove in each car and a coal tor. The car is well ventilated and has enough windows to girc plenty of light to the interior. Screen tloors and screens on the windows arc other features oi the new homes for tho ei- tra gangs. All Biliousness, Headache and Constipation gone! Writing to tie Jlerald from San 1'rancisco, a JferuM iittbsjriber de- clares that the eiodus of California farmers, especially thoss owning hicl- prlced California irrigated land, to the irrtealed areas ot Alberta and Mon- tana this year will be the largest in bistory. (Por tho past two years more .and more California irrigatora have teen coming to Alberta, but at leant live triclB to which It la eirectcd irriga tion waters will be extended within tie next live years. The Herald's informant staloa tin. ttie prices ot Alberta Irrigated lands Jook umisuollr emallto os'fanns in the irrifdtcd tracts (here ranr to thonsunds of dollars an acre. Efforts Made to Bridge Italian Cabinet Crisi LONDON', May agreernen has teon reached by the Italian con Btiluttonal parlfamenlary group l which will help ikir Ij'ltlc bodies grciv. dcveicp rmisctc, lionc and thjue and triage healthier and happier. Mate your daily choice of thij great food VJT bread. There i tsl tMrtr'l bininlSf isj t't tile crn urtil Ibi hnlfnl M, Eat Quaker Bread John Gilmore Bakers Phone 378 1 Trimmed Hats FOR TWO DAYS 1-3 Off FRIDAY SATURDAY Just about tbreo dosfe of the finest models of tho season left, snd included in this sale at won- derfully low prices. at JlS.flO to ?27.50 Friday, and Saturday to and Saturday f Specially attractive offerings from evfery depart- ment of the store, specially featured here at un usually low prices for the next two days. Goods are all brand new and sf tha hightit stand- ard of quality it is potaiblc to secure; each line featured shown in splendid variety ot choice or n in sutfkient quantity to lart for a bruk two days' sefling and replacement values in many instances are considerably above the prices we are asking during this two-day bargain event Big Savings Are Yours in Outer Gar- ments If You Buy Here Fri. and SaL Our Entire Stock of New Spring Suits. INCLUDING MANY NUMBERS THAT HAVE JUST COME TO HAND AND COVERING A RANGE OF v VALUES AT TO This includes some of the very smartest model's of tie season, rauay of which were ordered !ate to secure the most approved styles and were delayed in shipment a month beyond our expectations on cc-count of the rush oi orders at the factories. Materials are finest quality serges, gabardines and tricotines., copen- hajen, sand, grey, taupi.and black. Shown in a range of sizes for smal! and reo- ular sized women as blig sizes up to 46 inch bust. Friday and Saturday cdxf Including all the New Spring Coats. Short, medium and long lengths in tinssltones, Eilvertones, coverts, tweeds, etc. assortment of small, medium and oitra large sijea up to 48. Extra Special-" 4.90 Fri. and Petticoat Sale Unusual Good Values, Worth up to Splendid lussaii silks that give tlie maximum ot service in and pretty floral desigue. Made in proper width for present styles, wiling regularly up-io but actually worth up to 58.50. An Exceptional Bargain Friday-Saturday H.90 'Extra'Special'" Fri. and Sat. Dress Worth up to Just about dozen dresses In this lot. Odd numbers that are specially good value at regular price, but delegated to the bargain racks for a two-day clearance. Included nre and popDn sfjlks and serges and jerseys in various" colors.. EXTRA Heavy Silk Ribbed Tap Hose 2 00 New stock a year ago. Complete variety "of sizes in colors, black, while, brown, grey, navy and champagne. Wonder- fully good value and better by fifty ixjr cent., than could possibly bo offared it bought In the preseot 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 soft. 26 Inches wide..................... showing, light and dart various widths. CUfiTAIN Horal Joaign, Wg raiigo of Kte COLORED such. cardinal, copen, old rose, and white. HEAVY strong thread, jards SOc BLEACHED round thread, splendid to wash vear..... TUS3AH UNDERWEAR Tfiilo. Washable. Colors sky, maize, flesh, old rose, Copenhagen, white, etc. 39c 98c 98c 45c 98c 24c inchcj 98c SILK fino quality. 36 Inches. Colors champagne, old rcce, QO_ Copenhagen and maleo................... 35c ROLLE.R inches. Heavy and strong....................... Me OXFORDS AND 27 and 25. inches. Light and nK-dlnrn colors...... 85c UNDERWEAR flwrh, anil whHc. 2J in. wide. KJlra special OOC 8ft: COLORED to 40 in. wMe flesh, sky, malzo, wh'.te......... J3.M FANCY STRIPED 36 In. aide. Handsome, novelty stripes........ Ji50 PLAID DRESS nov- olty plaids. Vwy cheap at the price :72c CLARKE CO. 614 Third Avc.S. Lethbridge. ;