Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
mil* nm Mr� today. thriti�ii*iJSi______________ P^nawu fjMfore one oC tlti�; crowd! ait 6ver witnensala � _ ^, evrntVitfim rent jwrrtes a prlto 6i th^ atgrt, led. tffi; rfeM at the end bf WM"^#n^id;fij|;-^aTermte of 90.67 m|f�i i|U)vj^mrUiAi^ Boilot wae the car broke. The car craehed intoihrick retalnlnar wall eo thf^tun, eweirred o(r...the. courA 4d' tlllieiBi'wted'^1M^ t>n to the tra�k a�aia'.; Neither-Ip�in nor his mechanician. |WM]iifrt.^-1^ car. .'W"� ^Ith- ,:B07�I- retafoM ,tfo oommandin� poa-Itlon (at }.i:-l|vU. Boyec^ aT�n�ed I '"'.p:' ..';t':.; '� r" tt:M mam w hmt. nm^TlMmm^ �m iMond, and tUipk Da Ptdn*. tM fl^-oilte^ ttM. fire oan iMd Mmn forced out of the raco at thie potnt dne to motor, trptbtoaM mifMW aootdmite. ATScfentific Hair Color Restorers Ik^unaifieSiaif Color Rutorer . fof taic by J, 0. Hlolnbotham Co., -,________ __jMUl at mark > whM Boj^ atop* M �M. taia, than ... - -,____,'them;; " 'ttaotoo tOtonolat wasThli|�|Midomaa tourft. .Tlmei.a:aip|^:�ii;- a o( M>;6� mllmr'^JiMK:' ' >!A:i)ia;>l^S!U^&� tothetedAat the riO�4iJi�; bmHc, w^ile Oaatbn >Chanv-let mored �p ftom ttalrd tovaeeond to fifth place. DeiPWma'ji tune ril 38 on a week'e leave of abeence and had not. been heard of since. C. N. R. offlclahr thought-he had taken another Job somewhere else, and had not made inauiriea. A' peculiar eoihcidence ocoarred in tiie:-H. O. WH|ht, mamltariar Battletord, who bivka awky.from tka rtram-meat lhat-waak � thf taidvat pMoaala la rawui)! t* ma t^tr- at the otaBlBK a( the afternoon's Mvsioa, Md aat with Hon. T^ A. ONi^t* iM^Aar ot tk* iNWtonal: t�oft�satTa*. Hon; Mr. Orerar delivered kl* eayerly awaited apaadi ok the bttd'fet tbfi afterhooB, ftAIL�WfcHALPt CARMMIGAY EDITOR ISGIVENSEND# A. 1. Qnayle Luftm'fdr Ottiiwa ^Pnikiitad With Trniik lA send-off tattifyint to the ireat popularity, ta which he ia hald. waa ttTdi Mr. A. �. Qu4yle. adltor of the CannaBKay S�n, on FrWay ni|kt,'at Carmantay. Mr. Qnayle, (ollmriac tka deatraction of the ptaat of his pa^ in tke recent lire tkat-ocearrod la tke town, ia l^cav(i�m;.cl^�^'ilr.:ajiiayla waa an .eqK3i�siaiittc one- 'wasvpaitfcsi* patad';^ by k nnml^wr'ol "bli^imbra, nnchiRi, baamesa ^maa tad ImalMn of tHa"Jt at oae time in pmeaceih Camaasay. iMn Qaayle the Sun ten yeara ago aad waa toremost. in boostiag the t4wa MXkA idJatrict o(''v; k��i�^ftafeh.''k6�aTar is*.not tkaaaeai Tia4M^�laa,aaNr�8Ja W kar;...�tik> Ma|�,.to^'.ad��d^.aM:' tk^ raaalt of a a�pi�k~atada by Dataatttka gaag ia aatd to ka an aaaempltaha^ meehaalat, and the taoMi e0ar�idl �C tka ymuc thi�ra� �a^ MB* tfcapMrtaaa atblim to kim; Tka^^irat �hii|| 4oae It to Araaa tka aaSbiar- of tka kieyela wltk a Sla, the aiaaiiaat are �kea takaa lato parte aM tka jt�aal of ooa attacked to aa-atkar aail tkH vadoaa parte ekaaged areaad. Tfce^kaatad Meycle la then Clvan a ooat aCpatataad ia that eain-eutlagad tato a aew awehtae to avolA any raaosaMa* ky tka arltlnkr owaar. Amoair iha kicyelea alolea ia one fnps a C. P. Jt. meeaeager boy, tor wWdi bfa aMber had eWy tumxlr iNiM tka pMitt �c 180. ....." � tAlT COW tigfUH 1M4 Tka laat Ar^iie "sea caw" waa aeen la 18M-^-aboat a ceatary after tke lint �Maoivail^ of tb* apedea by white maau Whaa foil gni#a tke craatmKs wMghad aa ma�h aa tilW ponaia Thaae anl-Mia iraaaeatad akalkywa at the aoalk �(.rivers ta karda, aad wkUa feadfac Ihey dtoiy iHam thma tkeir ronager, to protadt tfeiilaltar fMm �mger. So tame ware ibay tk�t oaaeaild stroke their baoka wKkoat objeetloa oa their part. PnfBirtaBirtaly their taah vraa good tft.aat, isaanHilng beet. Whal-> an flot ta tka way of dependiair on tbam for atorai at traab aiaat, aad so. in tba aatatralaoanei of eveata, they .wiira. wIpad.Mit. � �� mI OOtO POUND IN RUMilSH Oqld ia paylac qnaatltiee ia betas obtaiaad Jlrata haapa of rnVblak near twa old Ckmtb AtHeaa ataoip mills which ware aaad to extract gold from Mriy^mtaai ^Ul'they were aban doBM a abalbar of yaara ago. . l^kE'S DIRtHDAY , OTT^A, May 81.-(By Can- ^bm Pnao)-HIS Ikoatleaoy, 4 Iba Xtaha at Davonahlrer govar- lMdll|Hhday. CUSniMSIIECEFIS ME MUCH WB: IiicrBMs|� Fint Two MmUis of Fiseil ir#ar An Nesrlr |1MOO,000.. OTTAWA. Hay SL-(By Caaadlaa Press.)-Aa.UusMwa ot $it8l9,bi8 in tba catomli raedlpta for the Dominions tor tka iibt t#o moatbe bt tke Sscal yatf jWbiab aaia today Im coaiparad wfti the aaam.pariaft laat yaUr, ia shown by tba caatoais department re-tarim;'' IMir t^ tW BMntha of Aprh and May, 1919,. tha enatoms rooeipta were l86.ll9.fM/ wbBe for the same two months tbia-ywir. they totalled |37,r iWt.7ra. iPtor tba month of May the tacreaae aiaoanted to $6,490,499, aa eomparcd'. wdtb last year. Chiatoma rei caipta for tba moath Juat aaded totalled 119,746^00. wbtle to May bwt tbay amaiuited to 914,944,701.. MEMORIAL DAY IN PRANCE PARIS, Mpiy S9Foriim|4 hiE lu iHi wihiBBfawt oonHKWOifltiit iBunediatdy for spedal trentmept,. S5e and'flOe .tbbttib'Giiifc Md U,S. If your dniirtt-^^^taS^ you. send price^tons^taMtioilwewm �ailtubepoB^. � V l>m$�atmt baeaoBf^ storeys from a T. M4 at Baltlmcta; ...... ^ 4, ' ,i Jt, We ooe�9y aU tbto bb4M > ' YodGet At Btamiilt ;thaa�asb oo�iaaa,flaAi^atWt,. �'Km^ 1A> imataeaa aobool .: � Biiitaaaa PimctBatirtt.'' / f v iiOR^HWESf lit; litismfiss couw I .-�SPOKANE with which ia oanAlaB4-ll4 " ^KANElXPERTSOlMlli; OP BUSINESS lii^flibriclge woinen are missing some of the Greatest a day by showing only a casual iliterMt to^^ Saying OiaiK^es th^ will in of f erings of Dress mmany You have paid moreparticulaT attention to the s^iplyingotyour immediate needs and haVie done so b a most tiberal and withusiaslic way, as prices certainly have justified you in doing-but do not overlook the fact that m two or three months at most, dress goocte and and silks will be uppermost in your minds in preparing for the school opening or in planning your own garments for str�t and house ^^ar-^nd by that time you will pay easily double what we are asking for the quick dispo^ of this silk and dress goods stock. w^ek we are featuring as Silljc'and In This Quick Disposal Sale Ancl while the same phenomenally 1^^ clearance in the shortest possibk: lim?, we impress upon you most cmphaticaUy that you cah save more money in the kmg run by supplying your needs in all lines of sUks and dress ie these stocks are at their best. Regular $3*50 and $4.00 Flain and Novelty Silks Quick Ditpoial Sale..... We have seen silks of this kind in the sa mple rooms at |3l60 per yM>d wholenale, within the last month, and you will be paying on that basis before many weeks roll 'round, [iovely quality^ Puchesse, Meeselaines and Poplins in all the wanted plain colors and a wonderfully attractive showing; of finest novelty silks In striipes, plaids, checks and floral desirna for skirts, dresses, watsts, klmonas, etc. Alt pieces 38 Inches wide and* BStonishinsIy cheap at tiie, price. 1.68 Alllour regular $2.50 4 JQ^ Goods Quick Disposal Sale... . A b^utlfnl lot of dress goods containing a variety of aoBW thirty-odd pieces in plain poTpHns, i^ite cloths, gabardineH, fine cergea, etc.; colors navy, black, green, brown, >wino, burg^dy,; taupe, sand, grey, etc-r-also a loveljr collection of novelty plaids suitable for Bkirisfd'd children wear-not a piece in the entire tot which we could buy wholesale now at.,anything.llke as low as the sale price. Regularys.BK) line Wool Poplin. ^ |��� |a�e>^v:-:..... ^'^^ Regul�^r ff.50. 64 inch pure .Wool Q QO Tweed. Sale ..................... O.OO 3.75 4.67 Regular 9^76 Farmers' Satin Lin- | ihg. Sale............ .......... l.JiEi Regular t^M Tweede and Worsteds. Sale, ................:...... Regular f�.50 Bedford Cords, all - colors. -Sale................... Regular $2.50 EVtrmers' Satin Un- ->| a A ing. Sale...................... i.OO Regular |B.36 VetveteetM, all colors, ^ CO Sale........................... 1.00 Regular 11.60 Con! Velvets, all col- e i A ors. Sale..... ............... Begulsr GOc Span Olaes 'Lining, all colors. Sale -......... OIC Regular t6c Sateen. All colors. Sale......................... 1.48 49c Regular |2.00 WMi Crepes and Sating. Sale.................... Regular |2.60 Striped Wash Silks, f OO , Sale .........i.................. i.OO Regular f6.00. Charmenee Silks. 9 7 C . Sale..........................O.lJ* Regular 11.7^ Oini^am Check SHk. | 00 Sale..........J................... 1*0L Regular 18.76 Heavy Twill SlHc. 9 |>n Sale ............i.............. �.0J Regular 14.00 Black P�au de Sole. ^ qq Regular 14.60 Black Feau de Sole. 9 | O Sale ........'^^ Regular $1.60 Habwtal Silks. Sale......................... 1.12 Regular $3,50 Georgette Crepes, O |*9 Sale .T......................... fc.DO ReguUr $1.60 Hahutal Silks. Sale........................ 1.12 Sale Recular $1.�0 Natural Rajah Silk. 1 49 Sale ................. ALLPRINTS AND GINGHAMS. eOTTONS ANDrSHEETINGS. TOWELS AND TQW^ ftUl^. SHJIEXS AND PILLOW FLANNELS AND FLANNELETTES. IN-CLODEb AT SALE PRICES. . ' ALL CRETONNES AND CURTAIN GOODS. ALL WRAPPERETTES AND KIMONA CLOTHS, SreiPED FLANNELS AND PY-JAMA CLOTHS. EMBROIDERY EDGINGS AND ROUNCINGS, UCES AND ALL-OVER NETS. 2 > o Trimmed Hats f CLEARING OUT THE BALANCE OF OUR STOCK OF TOIMMED HATS-ALL AT BIG SAVINGS. 9C QUICK DISPOSAL SALE OF ALL YARD GOODS 3 OFF Our Entire Stock of Suits We must reduce this stock to tke lowest" possible minimum to make moving about as easy as possible w4iile alterations to our store are in progress. These circumstances make buying all in your favor. All $60.00 Suits. Sale........ .. $40.00 All $67.50 Suits. Sale...........$45.00 All $75.00 Suits. Sale ......... $50.00 All $90.00 Suits. Sale.........$60.00 All $100.00 Suits. Sale ......... $66.67 All $125.00 Suits. Sale........$83.34 AU Coats, Skirts and Dresses of ClothlS and Silko . e e s 20 Pi I TlliiYl-^"^-'