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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAY 31, 1920 THE tJCTHBWDGE DAILY HERALD. PAGENtNB INDIANAPOLIS, May Gstton Chevrolet wwi five hundred mill MM today. Rilph Dt PUmi, afUr leading at the. 400 of thi on fire at the mile. .Twiaty- three INDIANAPOLIS, May three o't the'worlii's' racing stars were sent airayVat 10 o'clock today la the eighth renewal of the auto- mobile 'rice. v over speedway kstore one of tSe, greatest crowds thit over witnessed a 'similar event. event carries a prlie ol JS5.000; the. riche torj- of motor ricl Joa into the lead at the itart, led tffe" at tie end ol )he cud and Art Klein, Uilrd. HlB 90.70. on, Qaevrolet was fourth. Beyer's time was ot 90.6' In lead at the 100 Miles, with Chataagne and Clievroiet Repe was focrth The '.llnie. 1-.05.47, an 91.38 miles an hour. TKe-flrst'smash-up occurred m tl 105th mHe, whpa a steering connec tlonlon car broke. Th car crashed Into a brick retaining w.a. on swerved off ..Ihe. couri then- darted on to the trael Neither Klein nor his median was-' The car. was wlth- drawn, Boiel- 'retained the commanding pos- itlon at covered the dlstaniid Borer, averaged ,Hair Golpr CRERAR ON BUDGET OTTAWA, Can- adian 0. Wright, member for Battletord, who broke away from the govern- ment but week on the budget proposals in regard to the tar- iff, formally crossed the floor at the owning ot the after- noon's settlon, and >at with Hon. IV A. Cterar, leader ol tke National ilon. Mr. Crerar delivered kls eagerly awaited speech 01 the budget this afternoon. PAINTERS' UNIT OF 0, B. Ul TO TAKE ACTION TO SECURE INCREASES A. Quayle Leaves for Ottawa With Trunk By Ciiizeu. WUWTPEG, May painters unit of tho One. Bis Union will Uk n to secure their waje demaadi, H. Cottrell, of the wnlt, declared today. The of Uw unit are very dtosatWled wltk the de- ctelon rendered by the joint coondl of lodustry Friday ntftt to Increase the eoale' ae't by the fair wage board at certs an hour to 95 an hour. What action be taken will depend'on sions ot the rank and file at a Bener- .1. meeting nert 'yVednesdayi nlcbt, jrlien the opinion of the Journeymen painters will be heard. "S tX tend-off testifying to ihe grea popularity. In whlcii he is held, wa Mr. A. E. Quayle, editor of th armaoray Sun, on Friday nlcbt, a armangay. Mr. Quayle, following th estractlon o! the plant ot his n the recent fire that occurred in th own. is leaving (o settle in Ottawa. The send-off took the form of a pri eutation ,to Mr. Quayle of a trunk, made on behalf of In. donors by Mr. TELEGRAPH OPERATjOR'S BOD.V: FOUND IN 8A8K. RIVER SASKATOON, Sask., May partially decomposed re maim of .T; B. MacMilUn, C.K.R. telesrapt 'operator' at one Ime U law'practice In Carmacgay rembTitiE to city: ThV receptloh glren Mr.; Quayle was an cqthBslMtk-. one and partlci- by a -old-tinien, 'For by A Co., Ltd.' V at taken .from 'the South Saskatchewan river, two m of Saskatoon at thte MacMillan waa IS yeaj? .old.' He1 lef Vonda April 22 on a week's leave o absence and had not been heard o since. C. N. R. officials thought- hi had taken another job somewher else, and had not made inquiries A' peculiar coincidence occurred i Uie'- fact that this morniojr the ypun man's mother, Mrs. B. MacMlllan, Win nlpeg, .wired the chief dispatcher her for news of her son. Inspector Spark man of the provincial poHce, wired here the news of her son's afternoon. A military funeral for tb dead -.operator- was held hera _th a'ternoon. II POKE'S BIRTHDAY OTTAWA. May Can- adiaa Bxcellency, pake of Devonshire, gover- aor-Bweral, IE celebrating his 52hd birthday. FOOT Who Are Alkged To Bare Stoitn Seven To bf wunber of bicycles la the city police station .one would imagine tttt force was fitted up -with this BMBS of covering: tie various Snth' b.6wever he cue. teven IB result of a search mad) by In which 'ac MEMORIAL DAY IN FRANCE PARIS, May French trot- emment and people will co-operau generouely in the observance of Mem- orial Day In honor of United States oead barian In Frince. The Frensh governmeat has requested mayors and prefects throughout the country to co- operate In every way In the decora- tion of the United States gravel. The plan of ihe United States com- mittee Is to have emy one of the Asericsn in mince decorated before sundown on Memor- ial Day. A small flac and a wreath of flowers will be placed on each grave. of thievei, tonr la ber, ot youths ranglnc In acei from U yean to was uaearthed. aad who In conree will appear the jiTtnlle court, Ffecal Year Are Nearly Tke head ot-the h said to be an aeoompliihei mechanist, and the Bodv ot the yosog thieves 1f NORTHWESTERN BUSINESS COLLEGE, j SPOKANE I.' with which is combined- Oip SPOKANE EXPERT SCHOOL OF BUSINESS J Lethbridge are missing some of the Greatest Saying Chances they ivilsee in many a day by showing only a casual interest in these bargain offerings of Dress Goods and Silkf t T.- Gigantic Disposal Salt 1 paid more'patticular atterition tb the supplying of your immediate needs and haVte done so in a most and enthusiastic way, as prices certainly have justified you in do not overlook the fact that in two or three months at most, dress goods and and silks will be uppermost in your minds in preparing for the school opening or in planning your own garments for street and house wear_and by that time you will pay easily double what we are asking for the quick disposal of this silk and dress goods stock. Tliis week we are featuring as Silk and Dress Goods Week 1 In This Quick Disposal Sale And while the same phenomenally low prices prevail throughout all other lines of yards goods for final clearance in the shortest possible we watlt; to impress upon you most emphatically that you can save more money in the by supplying your needs id.all lines of silks and dress goodf.whJle these stocks are at their best. All pur regular Dress Goods ..Quick Disposal Sale.. A llEiLUtiftil !ot of dress goods containing a yarlely of some thirty-odd pieces in plain po'plins, friinlte cloths, gabardines, ftno etc.; colors nary, black, green, brown, .wine, taupe, .oatd, grey, a lovely collection of novelty plaids suitable for skirii and children n piece in tho entire lot which we could buy wholesale now atianyihing.llka ae low as tho sale price. Regular and Plain and Novelty Silks Quick Disposal Sale...... We hare Been silks of this kind in the sample rooms at fs'.SO per yard wholesale, with- in the last month, and you will be paylns on that basis before many weeks 'niund. Ixrrely quality. Duchcsae, Messelnlnas and Poplins In all the wanted plain colora and a wonilcrtully aUraeliTO showing ot finest novelty sllfcj In stripes, plaids, chocks and floral designs for aXirtn, dresses, waists, klmonas, etc. All pieces 36 Inches wide astonishingly cheap at the, price. llegular M.WFIno Wool Poplin: llegular 54 inch pnro Wool Tweed. Sal o Regular <5.99 Tweeoa and Worsteds. Sals. Hegulnr Bedford Cords, all J f-n colora. Sale TtiO I 41.76 Farmers' Satin Lin- 1 OO Ing. Salo Regular Farmeirs' Satin no ing. Sale...................... ItOO Hegulir K.te VetvotoCM, all colors, Sale............................ 1.00 Rojular }1.50 Conl Velvets, all col- 1 1 O ore. 1.16 KoguUr We Span Glass Linlnc, all onr colora. Sale..................... Jit Regular Salecn. All colors. Salo Regular 42.00 Waob. Crepes and 1 JO Satins. Sate.................... i.10' Regular Striped Wash Silks. -1 OB Salo Regular Channeuso Silks. Sale Regular Check SHk. nn Silo..........i.............-..-.. Rcgulaf Heavy Twill Silk. n CO SaiE 6.UJ Regular 14.00 Blact Peau de Sole, n 3.75 Regular I4.M Black Feau de Sole. Salo Regular f 1.60 Habuoal Silks. Regular J3.SO Qeorgette Crepes, Salo .'i.'......................... Regular W.60 HsbnUl Silks. Sale 1.12 2.63 1.12 Our Entire Stock of Suits We must reduce this stock to the lowest' possible minimum to make moving about as easy as possible while alterations to our store are in progress. These circumstances'make' buying all in your favor. All Suits. Sale Salo Regular Natural Rajah Silk. Salo ALL.PRINTS AND GINGHAMS, COTTONS! AND; SHEETINGS, TOWELS AND; TQW-! SHEETS AND PILLOW. SLIPS, FLANNELS AND CLtlDEb AT SALE PRICES. ALL CRETONNES AND CURTAIN GOODS, ALL WRAPPERETTES AND KMONA CLOTHS, STRIPED RANNELS AND PY- JAMA CLOTHS, EMBROIDERY EDGINGS AND FLOUNCINGS, LACES- AND ALL- OVER NETS. Trimmed Hats CLEARING OUT THE BALANCE OF OUR STOCK OF TRIMMED HATS-ALL AT BIG SAVINGS. AH Suits. Sale All Suits. Sale All Suits. Sale QUICK DISPOSAL SALE OF ALL YARD GOODS All Suits. Sale All Suits, All Coats, Skirts and Dresses of Cloth and ;