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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FUIDAY, MAY 28, 1920 THE 'HBRIDGK DAILV HERALD PAGE NIKE.-' Had Broken Away From Wort house, Back, Given Solitary Confinement WILMINGTON, Del., Hay months' solitary confinement with a lull meal'only- onco every three days, was the punishment 'decreed by fel- low prisoners comprising the honor committee of-the Newcastle county workhouse-, sitting In judgment upon William D. Purdy who v.lolatel tlio honor system by escaping from the Institution. George Lucas, confined to the work- house f6r murder, was presiding judge of the houor commllteo whtch tried I'urdy. After being trailed from city to city by _a mysterious thought by Warden M. S. Plumidor to be an' ex-convict delegated by the pres. cut inmates to keep In touch with the fugitive, Purdy "was finally captured in Richmond, Va. New Cabinet Has Great Under- taking Before Must Be Increased PRICES HAVE BEEN CLIP- PED AND PRUNED UNTIL NOT A VESTIGE OF THE ORIGINAL COST OR IS VISIBLE. PED AND PRUNED UNTIL NOT A VESTIGE OF THE ORIGINAL COST OR WORTH IS VISIBLE. ROME, May expects from her cabinet a program of true recon- struction, according to Conner Prem- ier Gioletti, In an interview published today In the Tribiina. .He declared there are two dangers threatening the country, tbe. discredit of parliament and disastrous financial conditions. "In the Irist 13 months Italy's deficit lias billion he said, "while- in 52 1SG2 to was'not over fourteen bil- lion. This possibility was only be- cause parliament.control over finances has been lacking, but it means going slraigiit to bankruptcy If expenses are not stopped. ''To Insure a iarge in- come, two principal means exist: Re- vision: of contracts concluded' by the government riurmgf the war and the taking back of the amounts paid-be yond price ami the rigid application of a tax on Inheritances." LONDON, May Tho Bolahoviki ero advancing In the Kiev region and are engaged In fighting on the second fortified line of the Poles, northeast df that city, It Is announced in Thurs- day's ofiiclal statement by the soviet government, received by wireless from Moscow today. The statement says tlio lighting lino runs 10 miles north 6f Hrovarl village. This village is about 10 miles directly cast of Kiev. Hard fighting on other sectors of the front, to the north of the Kiev region, IH indicated by tbe communi- cation. :j BOAUD OF COMMERCE ANNUAL REPORT MONDAY OTTAWA. May Canadian report of ths Commerce covering ils activities dur- ing the last year, will be submitted to Hie government on Monday, May 31. This Is the last day under the rcquJre- inents of tho law on which the report can bo made. Tho board's supervision of conimcrco in Canada, of costs 'of production, profit taking, will to set out irt the report, as well ns tie- tails of the special Investigations which tho board tms been conducting i into such extraordinary conditions as the fluctuations oE the sugar market 'and tho marketing of'Canadian uovrs- print. C. N, R. EARNINGS TORON'TO, May Canadian Na- tional Railway gross earnings for tho week ended May 21. last year, same week, The gross earnings for the period ended January 1 to date were an Increase of over the same period last yenr: C-ERMANY BREAKING UP HER ARTILLERY I'AftlS, Way lias su> mltlcc] a statomcnt to the allied con- trol commission declaring that 23.001 pieces of Oerraan nrllllcry rpmain to bo destroyed anil that eight hundred havo filrcady been broken up, accord- Ing lo the Bcho de Paris. SAWMILL FIRE QUEI1EC, May estimat- ed was done In Ht> Joach- im, CJue., last night, whonVlro dcktroy- a sttwmlU anil lutnher yard and.five houses. The (Ire was only got uujler (Control after assistance had hecn.senl from liero and tho neighboring muni- cipalities. The fire started In the engine room of the mill. The mill was owned Josi-ph Cote and was creeled over a century ago. Christina river hriilge. on A. 0. W. railway was damaged by fee; breakup and traflio, delayed. Thi! government looli mensurca lo rcme'ly Ihc tronlilc At oncp. j: STOCK ACT! STOCK MANUFACTURERS DEMAND THE THE OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFE WE ADVISE ALL THOSE WHO CAN DO SO TO COME EARLY, It now happens that the people of Lethbridge have a chance to share in such a MONEY-SAYING we say money-saving because with the market as they now are, it's like buying NEW CRISP DOLLAR BILLS AT 44c EACH. We feel assured that you will fully appreciate our efforts in securing such of merchandise at such a ridiculous price, and we ask you to come each day. TeU all your friends to come.- Bring this sheet that you may get exactly ;tKe goods as advertised. ACT NOW! Supply your wants for years. There will be a crowd each day. The orices will be so low that no 'matter what the weatherWonditions may be, you should be here TO GET YOUR FULL PORTION. If you see it advertised you .find it so. HUNDREDS OF ITEMS IN THIS MEN'S WORK SOCKS Regular 75c. Sale Price, AA 2 pair for SILK SOCKS Regular ?1.75. Bale. I'ricu........... .1.25 OUT WHICH SPACE FORBIDS OUR MENTIONING. SUMMER UNDERWEAR Combinations. All sizes. Regular ?2.75. -i To fw" STANFIELD'S HEAVY WEIGHT TWO- PIECE UNDERWEAR Regular To clear, a Is Absolutely... BLUFF SALE We. have got to raise in six days. If we cannot do it at these prices we are willing to quit, as they are below the present day wholesale prices. All our stock is new and bought within the last six months. RAINCOATS 7.50 PULLOVER SWEATERS Uglit veiBht, all colors Md sizes. To t Ap .clear ut Sa THOUSAND TIES Uegnlar price 51.50 to'l-S.OO. lo f lo I'rice................... lOC PANAMA HATS Regular to To clear at 25 per cent, discount. THE FAMOUS JUST WRIGHT AND HARTTSHOE SCO patr. Regular price A QQ lo 1 9 Cfi to Salo Price ONE THOUSAND PAIR OF ODD TROUSERS Jlcgulnr price o to 10 Hale I'rleo.....: DRESS SHIRTS Miff, double sqtt cuff. Tookf, W. G. fc II. and Korsylh make. A special discount of 20 per cent oil all shirts. SILK SHIRTS In all mafccs. 25 per cent, discount SOCKS Grey, Mack'and brown. Four rxilr 1 fM...........r......................... l.UU (Only eight pair to i-iioli Eleven Hundred ENS SUITS All sizes and patterns. Made by the great T. D. makers. All hand tailored. Regular prices to Sale SPECIAL IN MEN'S SUITS Avoid the Luxury Tax, large range of MEN'S SUITS, to Sale Men. don't miss these. Tlicy ore a girt. Ilegular ?I0.50 to {42.50. 1 n nn to Sale Price IZ.UU JU.UU MEN'S FALL AND WINTER OVER- COATS at less than .wholesale prices. YOUNG MEN'S OVERCOATS Klzea 33 to 36 breast. Regular nrtco. 520.00 to 540.00. Salo i nn to OO Aft iMco 1Z.UU Zo.UU FIVE LADIES' COATS These nro Winter coals that you will pay to nest fall for. Come in and maltc rao an offer as I do not want lo carry theso over to next year. MEN'S WHITE AND GREY FLANNEL TROUSERS Hcgular }7.00 lo i or lo 7 A A Sale Price t.iO I.UU MEN'S BLACK OVERALLS itegular {3.00. Snlc Price.............-..... 2.45 50 Men's Straw Sailor Hats, to clear at .45 A discount of 10 per cent, will be given to all outstanding accounts paid on Saturday and MONDAY, May 29, and 31. MEN'S OVERALLS Best make. Regular price o QC Sale PrlM.............................. These overalls cost J3G.OO iier dozen whole- sale today. We have thousands of pairs; now ts you[ cliiinco to slock up. MEN'S WORK SHIRTS Hegutar ?2.50 to -I nr O QC Price............... I D A SPECIAL LINE OF WORK GLOVES To clear al ...............1.20 ODD LINES OF MENJS FELT HATS Small sizes (o clc.ir nt, cadi CAPS ffom to Hah- 1.65 NO CHARGES, NO GOODS ON APPROVAL, NO REFUNDS. ALI; ALTERA- TIONS ARE DONE FREE. EVERY SUIT GUARANTEED A PERFECT FIT. MEN'S PYJAMAS To clear O AA 315 Fifth St. S. Leihbridge, Alta C ;