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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EDISON PHONOGRAPHS NO RO HE! PIANOS ASSIN1BOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical" 315 6th Slrtct South Phone 1M5 T.... a. n j ETHBRIDGE? DAILY HERALD KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. 1248 FIFTH AVENUE Si VINOL For Thin, Ailing Children It enriches tho Illowi. wakes sound PIcs'a. aud Muscle aud little thiu limbs, Round and Pluuin. easily assimilvcd nnd contains no oil to uuiot DON'T WORRY Over a late season when you can secure a RUMELY OIL- PULL TRACTOR and work it twenty-four hours per day. No high- priced feed required. Rumely will hum the cheapest fuel.' Place your order today and be ready when' the weather breaks. Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. A Snap On Apples Principally Jonathans and Wagners, all repacked No. 3i, 100 cases in all. While they last, per case Sugar Up Again We have been advised IJiat sugar the rtfinerits in Eastern Canada has again been advuKCd Iri price 52.00 per hundred pounds. present we are (tiling sugar on price hobehl previous to Be wise, buy sugjr now! vvt THE GOOD CO., LTD. HIGH-CLASS GROCERS Canada Food Board License No. ANNOUNCEMENTS A dance nrlll be held in K. ot P. hall on Saturday. April lOtb. 1920. I Mr. Rosbaskic's orchestra in attend- ance. Gentlemen ladles (rce. 102-1 Have you, seen the new combined addius machine and cash'" register? j Price Kvcrall'6, Ltd., 3rd Ave. South. WITH A FLAVOR PHONE 1175 WINNIPEG SWITCHMEN .MAY GO OUT ON STRIKE WINNIPEG, April mass meeting of switchmen, members of the International Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen, will, be held Sunday for the purpose ing whether the switchmen here will walk out'In sympathy with the ChJc.Bo strikers, It an- nounced today. AtltSlYears AND STILL GOING STRONG. R. Coultry PHONE 492 SHI" YOUR GOODS TO US! Wt will pay you htcliost cash price? and seji-1 cbDck by retiim. LETHBRIDGE HIDE. PELT 4 FUfUCO., LTD. Office phone 799. Reildente S25 Reterencfc'.' Standard Bank NEW SPRING BOOKS W. J. LOCKE'S "THE HOUSE OF BALTAZAR" STEPHEN LEACOCK'S "THE UNSOLVED RIDDLE OF. SOCIAL ZANE GREY'S "THE MAN OF THE FOREST" THE TWENTIETH CENTURY BOOK STORE 514 4th Ave. Spring Gleaning! There be some rooms that you ivill need lo PAPER Papers for eH looms at prices. A BOY TO DELIVER PARCELS Robertson's Book Store Hotel Building. Phone 1265 ALBERTA STOCKGROWERS A cordial inTllatlcm is extended to you by. Iho Growers' AtEocialion to attend, tho annual meeting which Js >o be held at Bill- ing E, on April 20 and SlssL A special train will Falls alter the arrival thtrc of tbe Leth- brfdgetrain.cn tbe 19tb. neserratioa on this will bo hell al Bllltogs during for .Hie uso of the passengers, mp.y be had by applying to F. Van de Put to. Great. Falls. (Siened) D. W. Eaymond. Seo- .-ctarr. D.-. P. Hicnaras. Lisntist. special- ist in oral surgery und diseases 6? tbo moulh. Suite 3, Oliver Block. 'Phone 1195. A dance will tie held in Bnrg'mann'3 hall, 13tu St. X., every Saturday. Mrs. Brasseau's orchestra in attendance. Daucinx frouj 9. to 12 p.m. 51.00. Ladies free. -R.- Biirgmanh In charge. PDffeFAKING PARLORS 803 Third Avenue' 1SD2 Hiss Chrhsie 1. Qirdnjer poo, scalp and facial' mas- sage, by appointment at Unties' own homes or at 301 Sill. Are.' Phone Idfcs. v The B. of L. F. to ex- press their ull those who so kindly heipsd to niake'their dance such a huge success, especially Mayor Hardie, in the Capable manner in which he gave the presentations to our returned members; -Mr. Roy, Mr. Keel, Mr. K McDonald, .also Mes- dames Wardman, Beaumont, and ]MlE3 M. Ward man. j The lady who .lost her d'ance way recover same from Sllss M. Wardman, care dl '102T.-C: Sunday Hours Afternoon 2 to 4 Evening 7 to 9 RED CROSS DRUG BOOK Co., Ltd. A HI IhtrlxK THE WEATHEK Vancouver...... 53 S3 Clear 1 "20 Snow Jiedicino Hot 'M 2S Kaiv Port Arthur...... 3S 2S Cloudy Calgary.......... sc 20 Clouiiy hetnbridso...... 27 Cloudy Ileglna........" 37 2i Cloudy. Saskatoon....... 15 'Cloudy) Vi'innlpeg......... 20 20 Cloudy Woalher past twenty-four hours'has continued cold through-, put'tho wesL Snowing iu some parts] or Alherla morning. Foreciit Provinces wlildi; fair today and Sundly, with a liltlJ higher tomperatures. My Name Is Xx'r'VIl ILU W ATT r V I want (9 cotte'to ytmc houir and do. your i 2c an Hour' I do All JOUT 1 end vrinjiiiic -Mtt jour X-, -X Bright Electric' CITY AND 'DISTRICT Chinese- Editor Here Mr. .and Mrs. S. V. Chan, "and daughter, ot Vancouver, are at pres- ent: staying in the city lor a few days. Mr. Chan is the president of the Chinese Nationalist League of Can- ada, headquarters in Vancouver. He is also editor of the "Chinese New He- pnblic" morning paper lu Victoria, B. C. ".My Isle of Golden played oh Hawaiian guitars. The same selec- tion that made such a last nionth when snng'-by Ohas. Harrison.LVlcto'r Record, No. 21CIOQ. .Willis Pianosr LW., 707 rd Ave. S. 103--1. ,Sco us before applying else- where, iv.-hcJhnr thn loan is on ttry or irrigated land. -We can UiKe care of your needs. THEEDGETT AGENCIES Ltd. Sxlmorjl Block, PHONE 651 INSURANCE 'AND LOANS Be'Sure. It's a SoarJ Company. tilths, Deaths, Funerals Births, Deaths, Funeral Noticesi Cards of Thanks; In' future all notices the.: above-men- tioned will be carried .in thia.coCurml at regular Rates: 10 cents per line, each insertion.- BIRTHS April iOlh. at the Van hospital, lo i i Mr. nad .Mrs. Wm. Kinnlburgh, son. I Glowr's -We are in receipt of a shipment; :yof Glover's Mange Cuve; for which have been waiting for several months. J.D.HIGINBOTHAM CO., LIMITED and Retail AtberU't PJonesr Store Phones 1515 Ensign-Roe to Address Vets All day tomorrowy.Ensign Hoe, ot Taher, will lake charge of all services In tho Salvation Amir citadel. In tho fcioralng al H the Ensign .will speak on "HolineEs Unto the and at 7.30-p.ra., the 0. W. V. will attend as 'a.body'to this meeting, it being their annual church parade. Special music and songs. will he Tendered for this occasion.- The. Ensign wus Lieut, iu the King's Royal Irish Hides in the Great ;War. Adjutant Hardy will as- sist iu Hip services. All .are heartily welcome. C. P. R. Danes .The C. P. It! SociAl and Athletic Cluo will hold another, dance on Tues- day in the Masonic Hall. Those func- tions club have been very suc- cesful in the past- Dancing v.-ill start at 9 p.m. and continue tin til 2 a.m. Sunday Night Concert A." splendid Sacred Orchestral Con- cert will be given in tho Colonial Theatre on Sunday evening. The or- chestra, will be under tbe leadership of Charles Beresford. A number of Koloists will also appear. The doors ivlll.be open at S.45 and the concert will commence at 0 o'clock. "At Home" Advanced Tho "At Home" recently announced to be luld on April 15 in St. Basil's school by tbe 7th Trpop Boy Scouts has been advanced to Tuesday, April 13., Those intending to attend a re- quest to bear In mind the change In dates. On 'Monday. April oth, to Jfr. nnd Mrs. Cooke Hultpn, i I o' Grassy a son, at the Jlaxwell Private Hospital. OVERLAND PARTS IN ORDER TO MAKE ROOM FOR A MORE COMPLETE LINE OF' PARTS FOR FRANKLIN. CHALMERS AND MAXWELL CARS, WE WILL DISPOSE OF OUR LARGE STOCK OF OVERLAND PARTS AT A REDUCTION OF 10 PER CENT. D. S. Williamson Co, Phone 1546 DEATHS I Friday, -April .-5th.) William, the 2 months old son of Jfr.' rnd Mra, .lohn Oorl.Iiuk. The funeral hi charge of T. S. Kctterly waa held irom the family residence, '1121 -7th S( N. at t o'clock- (hfs afternoon. Itcr. Stanley Ilippor offlclaiing. I Hcturneil soldiers of Iho- lowii of 'Leader. sent in in protest to the provincial offices of jtlie Great War Veterans' Association laKaimt the staging of a Tilay at thit town by a dramatic sodely trom Pre- late, Sask. The objection to .Use'piny I Is tbal every word of 11 is spoken ID the (icrmait language. In These Days of High Cost o{ Living The vital question with all of us Is how to Iho coal of tiic family bill of fare. As milk i.-, :i food in ilsslf M-illionl anylhln; lifhis filther artdcd to or taken from, requiring neither no labor Jo nut on the tnblo it Is ndrnltlcdly the cheapest fond vrncuratilc toilar, milk hr.s nol advanced in Kite compared wltb other fond pro- ducts and DhouM be used at every mc-al of tlic .day in all its different forms. Our milk 15 pure, iwrff-otly pnstcurij.rii -and hollled in oli-an sterilized bottles. The price remains the tame: 15 cents per quart. 8 cents per pint tfcllvererf. Customers will help to keep (he price down by helping our (Iriv.ira lo have nil our returned every uay. CHIEF MOUNTAIN CREAMERY CO., LTD. PHONE 1929 Green Adams Rear of Herald Offlcg Horse Hides All Hides, Pelts and Furs bought at Top Market Price, Reference: Standard Bank o! Canada. PHONES: Office Heildinca 1383 2S-0 Wants Payment of Jnsurarice A claim for against the Gen- eral Animals Insurance Co.. with headquarters in Montreal p.nd branch- es in Alberta, has been filed by Her- bert Green. _PIalhtlf[ alleges that Ihe said aum ivns for insurance oa the life of a. grey stallion, Blaine. 7522, oul on Novomuev 25th. 1919, the animal dying on the 24th of tbe fol- lowing December. Plaintiff asks for the immediate payment ot'lhe insur- ance Vi'ith costs. Maytags are how sold for Ojir nvxt .shlpment.wlll be higher. Then we have half ardozen other styles ranging In price from 510.50 to A In ipHnc time Is an ab- solute necessity. Ses oui- splendid assart- men't Fof house cleaning needs. Consumers' Hardware and Supply Co. BUSINESS PHONES: 1212, 1919 1920 MEETINGS There" will be a meetlns of the Suvi- rtay school teflchcrs-ot St. Augustln's church on" Wednesday, April 1-tfh, at the vestry of the old SL Angustbi's cburch, corner of 2nd and StU St. South. Cancellation of .Memorial Service LcthbridKo.Lodge, No. 792. regrets that owinu to, the serious illness of Bro. A. Hodenstrom. (Dictator) tho memorial service'to Sun- day, April llth, is .postponed until a later date. Loyal-iOrder. of Moose No. 792, will meet on Tuesday evening, April.ISth, at 7.15 o'clock sharp, in tliS Moose hall. Business, to.confer the Initiatory lrnst_ that the tlegree team and members will' turn out in full force. Itefreshraenta at close. Xevr 1'ork farnilng incerejts ara prepanng to launch a campnlgn for the repeal-cf :the daylight saving law. TO INVESTIGATE FORO- i NEWBERRY EV.ECTION -Apri! -10. The senate elections comnrittee or- dered a {ull and immediate .investiga- tion of ihe election by lljo sub-committee, of which Se'natbr Republican, cbalrman, and which'.was-appointed for the purpose, of recounting the bal- lot cast in Michigan for totli "candi- dates. WORKERS TO DISBAND'., DUSSBLDORF, Aprii ciateil remaining eiecuUve committees 'Of- workers' or- ganizations in the Ruhr district, those laherfeldt .and" Bremen( will dissolvei Saturday riooii, rellniiulEh- .ing their governing-authority to the' municipal officers: Peter Bcrter, Ihe head ol'the com- mittee today tie committee's In tho district had decided to reorganize as: commftceos of order which would look after the interests of tho ?t Be With That Spring OverhauL Let Fix Your Car Up NOW, Before the Rush. P. M. McKINNON GARAGE Rear Union Bank Phone 740 SOME EXCEPTIONAL VALUES IN SECOND HAND CARS." Missionary to Speak Miss a niissionary who has l.-cen stationed j speak at the Penlacostal mission on j Sunday night. i VOU'RE'.SAFE Our tools are sterilized In an antiseptic slerillzer. WESTBR'OOK BROS. FarbtrA. Opp. Bank of Xlnntreal Program for Father and Son Week eermons in the churches with a conference for fath- ers at the "Y" at Z o'clock, T. S. Best, a specialist In boys' work anil Dr. Black wilt lead the discussions. al ilome" night and "Tell Your Boy" nlglil. Tuesday ev- ening-r-I'alher and Son supper con- filleted by churches. Come on falhcru set ont with the boys nnd with tho fel- ions who are- trying to help them. Good, Painting is. the, best 'painting. There's econ- omy in it. Good paint sayes the pain- ter's time by spread-, ing easy; it saves in cost" j. of material by covering most s.urfaceto the; gallon; it final cost of the job by wearing longest, THE SHSRWN- it good 'paint. It is made irom the best cuterUIi thoroughly incorporated that they are inseparable aad hold