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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY JJERALD FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1920 Sprite Decline So Many Luxuries Ueing Bought S. Vf'holesaiers Hit May reports I of a drop in prices in the 'United Stales are featured in nowspajwrs here- and are boins read with groat interest, as ejclte the hoys tfcut conditions across the Ailactic ie reflected in Great Britain. Some writers oa economics. howeTcr. hoM out little- bope thnt this -vriU be the result, maintaining the new ccndh j lion's in (he United Sates are more likely to IKJVC a contrary effect here. fciit nope persists and is supported by I rather pointed indications that there was a decline in trading Our- Ing compared with March. This decline, although small, ia as Eignificanl k was the rivst for more than a year. I Unofficial show the people f tre spending less, while I'.rltish bantcs f are- assuoiins a more careful Litti- .Manchester reports su abseuco of i i new teitile business from abroad, and retailers in jn.-uiy trades are to j hfl-vc found they are overstocked. There has teen a dofrTrward trend in prices hero recently, _and although these (or the most part. seiEooal, !E bntldine rone; Slope on tte clrcumetijice. I Managers of large stores in admit the' eale of Injuries is deellnrJE i and thihk recent'extravagance is cjomicc tut tify ci-; doubt whether aay geDcral do-1 cline in prices bsran or is llielr' lo begin soon. chairman of the j lexlile sectioa of t'ue London chamber j ol commen.-e declared todar nc re-1 cussion 011. advisability, of. continuing .resume tholr labors at once. OolU- pablicatiou. I E'.OM occurred yesterday betwoen l.W p.m. I and Becurity police as a result Aftsrnoofi-Stssion i which three pfrjbns were killed resident in the I and i0 ciUe" J.16 p.m. Atni'Cdmcnte, rUsoltt- r Notices of Motion. .1 3.15 p.m. of meeting. j .3.30 Elertkm of Otfk-ers after I Report. Informal tjuestlon Boi. MAY Morrtlnf Scfcftlon PretideM In Ih0 Chair i S.lv I 1Z.OC find Votes' ,or Thanks. j 13.45 of MorntDE IMeetiig. God Save tho Kins NURSES ADVISE Zun-Bak. It whit !i (or II.' MUj E. L. Doiey, o( 52J teraa (nrlblr U tii rc "I OMi Eu-Bvk far tUneat, ilfo tint binw, aid t if W. GRAHAM BROWNE HKU) of W. Graham BrowEe. Mont- res! bond and former' hcod of Sovereign Bank, who sufciflod in Montreal while' under tirresi on a diarge S.O. South African 3.45 Xavy 350 Address. Adjourn for reception at Country Club by inriiatloii of ilrs. Hugh Mel- rln. Regent Municipal Chapter of Calgary. Evening S.JO.p.m. Murpliy (Jaiwy Canacl.) WEONESOAY, MAY 23th Morning Sescion PresMTOt In the 9JO ?.W Life Members. Afternoon Session President In the Chair 2.1T. of Councillors, HAMBURC SHIPYAHDS STRIKE SETTLED BBRJJS, May strike in Hamtiarg shipyards feeoc sot- It is announced in advices from Hamburg today, and workers will gardf-d the United States decline In j Adjourn. prices only a passes phase of the sit- j Evening uation and bo had not ospected mucb j jieeetfion iy inritalioa of Municipal aheiatton here, Chapter of Calgary ut PalHser Hotel. WholssaUre Hrt Now THLWSDAY, MM MOW YOHK, 21.-Tbe price-j Morning Stcion cutting movement here toaay reach-i President in the Chah- ea somo when managers and buyers of prominent stores announced iheir establishments would refuse to purchase from 'job- bii-s natil subsiantial redtrctloiis cent., noir demand that V> them. .VeanTflj.iia, local merchants in lines other than.focduttiEs, conthsued to ad- Tirtise reductions. The tion in food xas aimounceil yesterday vhen one of the largest cabartta and restaurants in tho city sUted it had tut ail items on its menu thirty per tent. 9.45 from Com- mittee. j 1.09 AfUmbbn Session r.lo on Educational (Workj. >reinorial Iloport. Dis- cuasion.. 4.00 of 7.OD.S. Dolc- pite to Canadian Conocll of Immigra. tion for W. D. SpencJj. Calsary. Discussion led by Provincial Presidents. Evening i _ Its Relation to J. T. M. Anderson, Scgina. Led 'by Provincial CdncAtlonxl Secre- ANNUAL I v v j The twentieth annual meeting Im- j perial Ord.er laughters' of the Em- jiire will take place in Jtnox Church Assembly hall. Gth Are., and !th. St., W., Calvary, on .May 24th. 27th, "Sth snd 29th. il expect-1 oJ a large and representative satbcr- IDE of members of ihe order be i and enter into proceedings with enth'jsiiBm. The program for week follows MONDAY, V.920 5.3i or National Ere- cutifi. 10JCW" of Dele- of Certificates. lV.30. of National Presidents, Secrcuir- Treasurers; Kfffonta, Sccre- tariQSi IVcasurcrs Municipal and tna'rjF Chapters. 12.30 with prr.yer National Anthem. Addrcsa of D. fivr.ncO, Calgary. I 'Arthur Adams. He- i-enl, Municipal ONLY, HOUSE Clearing SCO FANCY MEDALLION Worth 50 ONLY, HOUSE galalea Iocs 1.50 lOc 1. Ready -to -Wear Department Ladies' Suits We still have a well assorted stock in all the newest materials, serges, gabardines, tricotine and poplin. We show wonderful cut price i 8 only, LADIES' SUITS, clearing at half price, Dresses at: Half Price 25 odd dresses, materials the best, style good, but-not shall clear them at half marked price. Wonder- ful values at per dress. Ladies' Spring Coats 18 only, Ladies' and Misses' Coats, our newest goods. Colors fawn, light grey, wine and.Blue, all at cut prices, 18.00 to 6.00 10.00 Ladies' Skirts BLUE, GREY AND BROWN POPLIN price ROMAN STRIPE Clearing price BLUE 1 0 flA S7.50, Its'JU MIXED BROWN TWEED nn OiUU 100 LADIES' WHITE ?2.00. ?4.W, 56.00, ?S.OO.- Oiir sale price, 20T Off LADIES' GEORGETTE AND CREPE DE CHINE WAISTS 'Tis a well known fact that ws show the largest and higlicst class stock in this lino to he feuJid-in any sior'o west of Win- nipeg, Our Sale Price 15% Off MEN'S SUITS AT CUT PRICES NOW A LITTLE STORY ABOUT SUITS We have goTia cara'ullv through Oiir stoiilr arid placed out three- of Mills that nre ci-rtulnly nnmatchaljle for values. If this means thilib' to you lisTcn: TABLE No. 1 Will contain iO men's suits "brown and grey tweeds." Oiir clearing price TABLE No. 2 Will contain 12 men's suits, brown and grey and mixed tweeds and worsteds. Our clearing price TABLE No, 3 Will contains 12 men's fancy suits, new- est patterns. Our clearing price RACK No. 1 Will contain 24 men's high class suits, tweeds, worsteds and serges. Our clearing sale JF THE OTHER FELLOW CAN BEAT THESE PRICES Hfi IS WELCOME TO THE POT. COME AND LOOK THEM OVER. E. J. Hill Company ;