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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EDISON v NORDHEIMEH PHONOGRAPHS PIANOS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical" 315 Street South Phcn- 1M5 HERALD KNAPMAN PLUMBIC AND HEATING CO. 1248 FIFTH AVENUE S, Open Tonight The KENNY ALLIN Co., Ltd PENBLAR KlXt Dtlllc Hcltl DON'T WORRY Over a late season when you can secure a RUMELY OIL- FULL TRACTOR and work it twenty-four hours per day. No high- priced feed required. Rumely will bum the cheapest fuel. Place your order today, and be ready when the weather breaks. foalim Motor Co., Ltd. Today's List jj' Apples, Jonathans and WagnCrSj just a few boxes lelt, per box........................... Grapelade, In 4 Ib- tins.................... SI.10 Rals'ns, Seeded, in 5 Ib. pkgs..............J1.35 Peas, large, dry. j'rten, peMb............. 15c Beans, small, while navy. 10 Its, (or.........95c Eggs, strictly fresh; per dozen............. 45c Tapioci and .Pearl Sago, per !b............. 15; Corn. Canadian pacfc, per tin................ 19c Sardines, Brunswick brand, per tin.........CSc 12 tins for goo Pacific Milk, tall tins...........16e Per case HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO., LTD. Cunada feat Board License No. S-59J ANNOUNCEMENTS Have you seen rao'ncw combined adding machine and cash 'register! Prico ?125X'0. Evorail's, Ltd., 3rd Ave. Soutfi. ALBERTA A cordial invitation is extended to you by tho Stock Growers' As sec] a I ion to attend the "annual meeting which is >a bo'helrt at Dili-1 ings, Moalunu, on April 20 rmfl -1st.! A special train will leave Great Falls alter the arrival there ot the Leth- bridge train CD the 19th. Reservation on this train, which will ba held at Billlnes during the meeting for Ihe I use ot tho passengers, may be bad by applying" lo V. Yan.de Pulte.-Great ftlls. tSisued) D. AY. Haymond, Set retary. RESERVED Dr. P. W. DpntUl, special- ist in oral surgery and diseases of the mouth. Suitc'3, Oiiver Block. Phone 1190. by is an esceilent one-step. Don't iniss hear-- fng this Victor JiSOST. M'illig Pianos, Ltd., '707 3rd Aye. S. Births, Funerals OLD STRAW HATS MADE NEW mill a bottle of Coloriic you can make your old Straiv Hat look like a novr.oMc. You can re- new Us present color-or change it to any shade you may desire. ALL C.OLORS 35c per Bottle RED CROSS DRUG BOOK Ltd. Phiiw IH ShtrlNk CITY AND DISTRICT Lyceum Dance Friday 1 Much Interest'Is'being nianllested .In tho the Masonic hall on Friday 'nigtit boiog given under the ausplnes ot the Lyceum concert com- i mllteo. 1 Join "Bay" Staff G. S. Gorman, of ilediciiie Hat. hns iakea charge of the gents' turnishlng at tho Hudson's Bay store, W. J. JIulhollaud, also o[ the lint. has'ioined the same department., John Hiirit is a hew member in tho grocery department at the Bay. Luncheon at 12.15 Wednesday The special Board ot Trade lunch- eon Wednesday lo give a farewell to R. T. Brymner will commence at 12.15 sharp! The printing oil tho tickets says 2.15, hut this Is'lncorrecl. A full' attendance ot members nt.lhe board is requested to he on lima'at the Al- berta Grill. Trades and Labor Council Meeting Regular meeting will lie helil'm the Labor Hall-tomorrow OYednesdav) at 3 o'clock. Scout Notice All members of No. 7 troop are re- quested to'be at their regular weekly meeting tomorrow nighl, Wednesday, in the old church at 7.30 sharp. W. H. Mullln, scoutmaster. Births, Deaths, funeral Notices, Cards of car. ried in IM? 16 cents per L-iserUcht'.iriJnjrnum 506, pay-; able in advance. .'_ i at.Carmahjay' on HAILSTORM DOES DAMAGE April ICtli, Bella, teloved ilaughter pi April hundred'1-1- J- Anderson, aged 21 yeflra. hoiiics and a nuniter of lobacco wcre forwarded Fet- houses wrecked when a hail-! UntfenyooiL-Jtlnii.; where bur- storni struck the village of Bataz, Mal wil) talte' place. Sanla, Clam province, early Sunday j _ morning, according lo dispatches re-1 died at-'ilje.residence Third Avenue 1802 ceived here. Two persons are I2lh Street A North, on April'11, cd large numhfr were re- Jennlo JJary, ageil 23 years, beloved ported injured and 150 families are! '--epa.C. Boise. Besides sor- MACKAY PARLORS. SPRING- Js the time when choice LAMB AND VEAL Are Very Nice Meals. We'll give you the at the proper age. Coultry PHONE 492 home.lcss as a result of the storm. SHI" YOUR'GOODS TO US! VCe. .will pay, yoii highest rash' prices ami aeD'l cback by return. I.ETHBR1DGE HIDE, PELT CO.. LTD. Office phone 79S. Residents fiereren-e: Standard Sink See us hefore 'applying else- where, whether Ihe loan la on dry or .irrigated Innd. We can take care of your needs. THE EDGETT AGENCIES ltd. BslrKoiat Block. PHONE 651 tMSURANCE AND LOANS Be 3ure. It's a Sonri Company. reiving husband Slrs.': Boise to mown her loss five, small children. The funeral will lake 'place from Fet- terly's parlor's 'on Wednesday, Ajiril 1-ilh. at 2.30. the Rev. C. B.'.igragg olRciaiing. Interment' will take, place in Die public Card of Thanks j Mr. and 3In-. Thoft'Ilarris wish to' eiprets their many Ahanks (o tlieir many friends for (he kindness and sympathy shown them .sad bereavement, and for the VcautE- M tlowc-rj sent by the following: Broken circle, -father., rribthcr, and family; gates ajar. HarcJIevllle school children: sprays. :Mr.'P. Tiirnbull, Jlr. G. Tiirnbull, Mr. W..S. aiffin, Mr, and Mrs. T. Xewlop. and Hbv, Jir. anil Mrs. Mitchell and family, Mr. and Mr3. Coutts, "Mr. ami Mrs. II. ,C. Mr. Knrl :Mrs. S. Mllncr nnd fnmily. Mr. and Mrs. Wright. Spring Is Spring is. her'ej this time really truly in earnest. Time now tb.'Brush up. COLORITE HAT DYE ELKAY'S rfAT DYE DYOLA HAT DYE DIAMOND DYES' (All Colors) DYOLA DYES (All Colors) SUNSET SOAP DYE ELKAY'S SOAP DYE RIT TINTEX (Both Sizes) J.D.H1GINBOTHAM CO., LIMITED Wholesale and Risiaii Chemists Alberta's PlonMr Druqgisti Stprt, Phones MEETINGS Loyal Ordbr of Lothhridgo Loilge, No. fM, will meet on Tuesday, even April 13th, at. T.45 o'clock .sharp, in the lloose hall. Business, to confer.the Initiatory Degree. The officers trust that: the degree learn and members will turn out' In full force. Refreshments dose. A meetlrjg of all 6igiiod players and nil., other. Telerans .interested in foot- ball will foe held in the O. club rooms on "Wednesday evening at Important 'business. .Viaduct Lodge, No. 53, I.O.O.F. The Initiatory Degree Trill be con- ferred, tonight at 8 o'clock in the Odd- fellows' hall'by Viaduct Ixxlge, Xo.' 53, I. O. 0. P. Visitors heartily wel- comed. Buy yout Seed at Home this Spring; not ounce of.lajt season's itutf In auf store; everything new and fresh, and from such well-known growers as Mc- J. A; Simmers, Ltd, and D. M. Ferry Company. You will; find our prices In many than catalogue figures and in no higher. Garden 'of all kind. Including handy planters, wheel barrows, hoes, ipatfes and all the small articles usually kept In a. hardware store, want your us i chance to prove that we merit It. Builnest Phones: 1212, 1919 Office, Consumers' Hardware Supply Co. Business Phones: 1212, 1919 Office, 1920 SMALL TRACTOR FOR SALE At Very Low Price H.P. 12-20, will handle two plows in sod and! three in slubble. Just the thing to help put your crop in in a hurry. GRAHAM MOTOR CO., LTD. NEW SPRING W. J. LOCKE'S "THE HOUSE OF BfcLTAZAR" STEPHEN LEACOCK'S "THE UNSOLVED RIDDLE OF SOCIAL ZANE GREY'S "THE MAN. OF THE FOREST" THE TWENTIETH CENTURY BOOK STORE Spring Cleaning! s. will as some rooms thai you need to PAPER Papers tor all rooms al all _ prices. _ A BOY TO DELIVT.n PARCELS Robertson's Book Store LethbrlcJoo Hotel BuHilns. Phone 1265 J Card of Thanks Mr. mid Sirs. .7. II. Saddj-, of Bur- .rtelt. wish to express tbeir jthnnks.ior the sympathy extended to them in liieir bereavement by' the dcstli of their son, Dalhort, fcvr I tlio. lioauliful floral tributes froiii the I fcllovfiitj: Vlilr.ge consoli- dated Boy Scolils. brothers and Miners. man of nr.d clilldrcn, Mr. and Mrs.' i Mnrrifnii. Mr. and Mrs. .1. ClarX, Mr. j Bivl Miss Andersciii, ami :others without cards nUac'ncd. MINISTER OF TO CGHSIOER CASES OF STRIKE LEADERS i VnN'.VIPrXJ. Ainrll minister 1 OF Justice in a Mtor received by Ihe conimKtfiS consiid-[ jcration ff Ilin niEoiiitton iirolestins against the crmviollrin of the slrlVo' and rtcn-inndlng their release! i which was paf.socl ;it the-Labor pro-! j test meetings held Good Friday.. I "FREE HIM PARIS, April the famous artist colony, has declared Its independence by electing ita own mayor. He Is Jules Do Painrjull, a cartoonist, whose platform was brief, being simply "free beer." Only ono vote was cast against him, anti tigalion has tfisclosed that the easting o' that N'as due lo "temporary men- ial aberration" on tho part the voter. HELD ON SUSPICION Green Adams Rear of Herald Office Horse Hides All Hides, Pells and Furs bought at Top Market Price. Reference: Standard Bank ol Canada. PHONES: Office Rcsldenco 1388 200 TVA1XA, .April G. J. Melton, and his 13-yesr-oW son, Arnold, strangers are held far investigation- umjcr suspicion that I they coaxed Benjamin Gsinilcrson, of I Hossborougb, Sask., to 'como here in order that they might rob him. Gun- dereon, wlio Is MeKon's hrolhcr-in- law, received a Icltcr signed by his nephciv asking him lo come ami bring ?500 with him. Police allege a plot to blackmail or kill Gundersoii. WINNIPEG, A'prll ..In bolh fulure and cash markets was of an exceedingly dull character loday, offerings of cash oats, barley, fiai and rye being very, light. 'In the cash mar- kets Ihe'volume of business was one of the lightest pn_rGcord .in. many days. Oals.closed higher for May and r.p-fsr. down for lower for July, yiax closed 2c lower for May, and for rye unchanged for May. Quotations Hay July Barley- May July May July Rye- May Open .105% 9S :50G Close- 523 205 205 Caih Prices 2-C..W. ....107% 3 C. W. ...103% Kstra 1 Feed 1 Feed ....101% 2 Feed 3 C. W.....170% J C. W.....160% Feed............ 1 N. W. C.....................623 2 C. W. ....516 3 C.W. ....463. Track...... ....613 2 C. W. Catgiry Llvertock- CALGARY, April 13. (Dominion Uvcslock and eighty-four cattle and 16 hogs were unloaded at the yards todav. Prime grain-fed steers 12.50 good butchers 10.00 and 11.00; common 7.60 and 8.00; choice cow's 11.50 and 12.50; good butchers 9.00' and 10.00; -fat yearlings 10.50; ordinary.veal 8.50. Mb bpi's were sold at noon; 1 Winnipeg Livestock April Livestock Receipts today cattle' and'114 hogs. There was practically little or nothing doing on the market this'morning. Up lb 31 this morning only n couplo of drafts had passed over tha scales, comprising 'a few fair..quality, hiilchcr cosvs which solil at' steady prices. Stoekers and feeders, slow under ex- tremely light Tho hog market remains steady with telecls, fed and -watered, chang- ing hands at N. Y. Slocks NEW .YORK, April sales: C. P. n. 131H; U. S. Steel U. 3. Steel preferred NEW JAP MISSION y ARRIVES IN PARIS PARIS, April now Japanese mission has arrived In Parts to assist the Japanese ambassador In mailers concerning various clauses ot tho peaco treaty. The mission is com- posed of the Marquis Maeda. a mem- ber of (he house of Majors and Saika. YOU'RE SAFE Our tool' are sterilized in an antiseptic- sterilizer. WESTBROOK BROS. rtarhers. Opp Bank of T iilniM p WITH A FLAVOR PHONE 1175 In These Days of High Cost of Living The vlUl question wiili nil us Is how to ralure Ihc (OsL of (lit family bin of fare. As milk in a food In itself'Without aiis'thlng being cltljer added to or taken from. fire no labor lo Ml on the labic it is admittedly the cheapest food procurable today, nlllk.has not advanced in rompnrcj] with olhcr j'oorl duc.ts and should ho used at every'meal ot Ihe flny in ail Its diflcreut forms. Our mllk'is pure, pcrtec-tly pasteurized sterilized bottles.' mil bottled in clean, deliver remr'in3 lhe 6Jme: 15 "nls P'r quart, 8 cents pen pint, Outtomcru hcip lo kcsp tlio by holpine our drivers lo have nil our dottles rclurned every d.iy. CHIEF MOUNTAIN CREAMERY CO.; LTD. PHONE 1929 "Our .Best Flour" Why worry about bake cky when you can call your grocer by 'phone and have a sack of "OUR BEST" flour put in your flour chest within a hour? When using "OUR BEST" it is a pleasure lo bake, as it is so easy to handle and the Vesult is always assured. Your grocer always handles "OUR BEST" because he is sure if. will give satisfaction. ELUSOMJMILLING ELEVATOR CO., LTD. GARDEN TOOLS 65c to to U Now is'the. time to buy your Garden Tools. We have a complete stock of the following: Garden Garden Hoes 'Spading Forks Spades and Shovels Garden ToolSets ____ Garden Seeders and Cultivators to Garden Trowels 30c WE HAVE A LARGE STOCK FERRY'S GARDEN SEEDS IN PACKAGES AND BULK Hick-Sehl Hardware Go. GENERAL HARDWARE, PLUMBING AND HEATINft PHONE 762 EVERYTHING for the OFFICE PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING AGENTS FOR UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER BOUGHT- SOLD, RENTED AND REPAIRED. TYPEWRITTEN LETTERS MADE ON SHORT, NOTICE EVER ALL'S LIMITED SOUTHARD BLOCK THIRD AVINUI IOUTH ;