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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EDISON PHONOGRAPHS NORDHEIMEM PIANOS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical" 315 6th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. FIFTH AVENUE S. VINOL For Thin, Ailing Children It euririies the Blcod. makes sound Hesb, aucl Musclo Tissue, and little Ihiu KOUILI! and Plump. canlj- and contains no oil to up'el (hoir delicate Etomach. Tfec KENNY AlUN Co., Ltd THS PINtLAR ITOflt .Phone 141? N.xt Otllic HiUI DON'T WORRY Over a late season you can secure a RUMELY OIL- PULL TRACTOR and work it twenty-four hours per day, No high- priced feed required. Rumely will burn the cheapest fuel. Place your order today and be 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 adviced that at tlu In Eastern Canada hai again been advanced In price per hundred pounds. At preterit we iry five children and her husband. i .1. 7 ..f? "h rcsi'Jence S lhe P" "This family has not been in -ethbridge. came here frotn _ _ _ _ Saskatchewan with the hope that the WAHT HUDSON BAY LANDS WITHOUT ANNOUNCEMENTS Have you seen uew combined adding machine and casu register? Prico JliO.OP. Eve rail's, Ltd., 3rd South. ALBERTA STOCKGROWERS A cordial Invitation. Is eitended to you by the- .Montana 'gtock Growers' Association to attend'' the annual meeting which is '.o .BUI- Ings, Montana, on, April and A special train will-leave Great Fnlla p.fier the arrival there, o! Ibe.I.slh- brldge train on the 19th. Reservation on lilts train, which will- be held at j Billings 'during the meeting for the use of the passengers; may be bad by Applying to F. Van" Putle, Qroat Falls. (Signed) D. W. Raymond. Sec- retary. Dr. P. W. ist in oral surgery and diseases of the mouth! Su'ito 3, Oliver Block. Phone 1193. Jllss Chrissie I. Gardner gives sham- poo, scalp treatment, and facial mas- sage, by appointment at homes or at 301 6th Ave. Aj South- Phone 10G5. WITH A FLAVOR PHONE 1175 N. J. Schweitzer, Prop. "Smile Dear." eunfriH slowvwaltz tjme, by Henry Burr, is certain to ap- peal lo you. Victor Record, No. -16105. 707.3rd Ave. S. CALGARY. April vet- erans of the great war will picket the offices of the local branch of the sold- ier land settlement board nert week land will urge returned soldiers not I to purchase the Hudson's Bay reserve i lands, which were thrown open for I sale lo returned soldiers recently. The sofhtera hold that these lands should revert back to the crown without any cost tthntever. SPRING- f. Is thj time when choice LAMB AND VEAL Are Very Nice Meats. We'll give you Ihe at llie proper age. R. Coultry PHONE 492 YOUR COOD6 TO USI (We. will pay you'UlBliest cash prices and clUcK hy return. i.ETHBRIDGE HIDE. PELT FUR CO., LTD, Office phone 799. Rei'ldsni! S25 Reference: SlandJrd Bank Spring Cleaning! There-will be some rooms'that yon will need to PAPER Papers for ?.ll rooms at Ell prices. A BOY TO DELIVER PARCELS Robertson's Book Store Lcttlbrldq- Hotel Building. Phone 1265 Births, Deaths, Funerals- Open Until 9 O'clock Tonight Monday i J RED CROSS DRUG BOOK Co., Ltd. Ptiin. IM ShfrlMk tldj. THE WEATHER GO 3S Vancouver, rain Calgary, cloudy...... Medicine'Hat, Reglna. Port Arthur, clear <3 -Edmonlon, cloudy Lcthbridge, clear 4i SasKatoon, cloudy......... 39 clear .......'___ 30 if .Weather over Sunday has been (air and'cool in.the whole west; Forecast: Manitoba and Saslatche- today and.on Tuesdav, not much change In temperalure. and "tnlld. CITY AND DISTRICT No Su'eceiisr Appointed The successor to Mr. R. T. Brymner has not yet been appointed; pending Mr. D. II. Gordon, assistant Manager of the Bank of Commerce, be acting manager at tho Lelhbrldge branch. We have the Celebrated Pratt and Lambert Line In all desired shades and colors; also the very popular Top and SeaJ pressing made by the same company. It pays lo buy the best. Our full guarantee goes ;wim every package'; no fancy prices at this store; PHONES 1212 Milk'River Tax Case Leads lo Assault and Fine of the Defendant Gimbllng Joint Raided 1 Another gambling raid was rullei off by the city police, this lime in the Soderbers :tlock on 5th Street, on Sunday 'night. -The II. G. Welling, and seven trequculcrg, ap- .-peared in the city police court on Monday morning. The former was 'fined ancNcosls and each of the frequenters fo-and costs. Births, Deathi, Funeral Notfeea, Garde of Thanki, In Memorjam.Vcar- rled in this column at--iO ceriU'per inscKion, able in advance? DEATHS at the" residence, 7th Street A South, Audrie Ethel, aged 7 mouths, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley G. Toting.. The 'tineral will lane ptace from the'resi- dence on Tuesday, April 13, at Rev. C. K. Crass officiating. Inter- meat will take place in the. family' plot in tho public cemetery. TV S. Fetterly, funeral director. PDERTIKINC RIACKAY PARLORS 803 Third Avenue 1802 NEW SPRING BOOKS W. J. LOCKE'S "THE HOUSE OF-BALTAZAR" STEPHEN LEACOCK'S "THE UNSOLVED RIDDLE OF SOCIAL JUSTICE." ZANE GREY'S "THE MAN OF THE FOREST" THE TWENTIETH CENTURY BOOK STORE 514 4th Ave, See us before app3yins else- where, whether Ihe loan la on dry or "irrigated land.. talrc cart of your needs. THE EDGETT AGENCIES Ltd. Balmoral Slock. Lolhbrldgi PHONE 651 INSURANCE: AND LOANS Be Sure It's a Soard Company. at Clrmangay on April lOlh. Bella, beloved wife of A. J, Anderson, aged mains were forwarded'by-T. S. lerly to Underwood, Minn., where bur- al will take plac.e. died at the residence 529 12th Street'A North, on April 11, Jennie Mary, aged 29, years, beloved ivito of Leon C. Boise.: Besides a'sor- rowing husband Mrs. Boise 'leaves to mourn her loss-five small t children. The funeral will lake place from Fet- tcrly's parlors on April 14th'. at (he Ilcv.