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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta J SDISON I ftORDHEIHER PIANOS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., UD. "Everything MusjcaV S15 6th Street South Phone 1545 DAILY HERALD THE WHITE LUNCH A GOOD PLACE -TO EAT j SAME OLD STAND I. Open Tonight Until 9 o'clock The Stokes Drug Jo, Ltd. DRUGGISTS AND STATIONERS NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 "THURSDAY MORNING" Place vow order immediately if-voii want .some. Ail No. I Quality. crate THE GOOD CO., LTD. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HIGH CLASS QftOCE RESTORES AT LETHBRIDGE AND TABER. -It is built for style and speed Having sixty-seven horse power, perfected Valve-in- head motor which allows a speed range from one mile to seventy miles in high gear. Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. EVERYTHING FOR THE AUTO WE HAVE CHAUTAUQUA TICKETS FOR SALE ANNOUNCEMENTS The Canadian Brotherhood of S'.a- i tionery Engineers and Firemen are holding a social after thetr regular inecthii; in Moose Hall, Higiabotlmm j Block on t'riday evening at o'clock. All members and pihose intend becoming members' are Sally invited. 210-2 j Tie Whitney horses offered for auc- i tlou at the stock yards recently are for sale at the ranch, three miles south of cily. Can he seen .any time by appointment. Phoiie R 105. 210 6 Tomorrow being a civic "holiday the Auction Sale announced to be held at 520 Jth St. South, will take place on Thursday instead of Frank Waddmglon, auctioneer. 210-i Dr. Allen has .returned from, his vacation and has. his office In the Rylands Block. The Lethhridge'Hair Dressing Par-, lors. Consult Mrs. Woods. Medical Massage and Scalp Specialist.- Hull Block, 7th street, ground floor. Phone 1710. Bread is the Cheapest and Best Food TheBigWhiteLoaf Is Assured By Using PRIDE OF ALBERTA MOTHERS' FAVORITE Taylor Milling Elevator COMPAN} The usual wee'Kly dance at the fair ;rounds pavilion will ,bo beld on Wednesday, August" Private wwtets or in Dada: iflrge assortment" Prices frouriSc up. Embossed free. ETirall's. Ltd., 3rd .'S. .139-0 Open Until T? 1 lonignt RED GROSS DRUG BOOK Co., Ltd. Vancouver Edmonton Medicine Mat Saskatoon Winnipeg Victoria Calgary Lethbrldge M'egiua Port Arthur WEATHEK 76 54 5S SO 65 72 7S CS 36: 93 74 .16 Fair Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Pair Clear Clear Cloudy Cloudy The weather since yesterday been fair and warm; spme rain this morning In parts of }lanitoba and Saskatchswau. Forecast Western' Provinces Southeast winds, warm, mostly fair, and Wed- nesday wliu local thunderstorms. rmirnv uniMV mm -BUI BUI itttm HLKL i Anythine that's good is worth that's why .-we' mention our stock of paints and paiiit- ing. supples -so often we.'have paints, varnishes, for every purpose and all of the brashes to assist you in doing a proper and satisf actpi'y -paint job. ftote the attractive paint prices Gal., Gil., V White Vz Gal-, Gal. V PARIS GREEN NOW IN STOCK V CITY AND DISTRICT Consumers1 Hardware Supply Co'y Business -Phones: 1212, 1919 Office, 1920 Dr. P. W. Richarfli, Dentist, 1st In oral surgery and 'diseases of id's) mouth. Suite 3, OllYSr aioot Phone 1199. TO REACH ffilL Already Nearly a Hundred 'Thousand Dollars Have Paid in How are taxes going to come in this rear? That ;s tlie question uppermost in Ihe mind of Mayor Hardie Just at tie time. 'To date the total'of new taies paid in reaches :-The first discount period ends on Au :nst and of course the big rush ins not yet_ started. The C. P. R. has very generously paid up, and the city exchequer .was considerably aug n'.eitteu as a result. Last year m the first discount per lod the total pai'il. including the utili lies''taxes, nmouritud to or about 5-1 .per rent, of the total levy. The commissioners "are of the opin ion that .total payments this year wilt prbbaoiy beat those of last year, but they may be spread over the discount periods up till the end of Ufa year more than in 1919. Tills year's crop money will not really be in circula- tion before the first of Octo- ber, ANTWERP, Aug. Thomp- son, of Prince Albert, this afternoon won his heat in lue Bemi-finals of the 110-metre hurdles, flis'time -waa 15J seconds Britisher Aug. Asea'cialr ed in the Bnal heat of the'SOtmetre run trxlay went lo Great C.-Hill of the. Brit- ish team finishing first Eby of (he Chicago'A. A., the second man: I-... The first qualifying heal in: the .walk, .was, .won hy. Kri- gerio, of Italy. J. B. Pearman, United States, was second; "Parker.of Austra- lia, third; Pares! of Italy, fourth; C. B. J. Gunn of Great Britain, fifth, and Segers of The win- ner's time was 17 minutes and 6 2-5 seconds. After the first heaV ot this event it was discovered that l.h.4 course" cover- ed was one lap sliort. The heat will stand, but the time was thrown" but: New High JUmp Record AXTWETIP, Aug.; Land- er of the New iork A. C. won the final in the high jump.of the Olympic games here today ami in so doing ej tabllshed a' new Olympic record, lender's jump was J.til metres. ;1bc former Olympic record.was .1.93 (net-. and after thai considerable taxes, inclmling arrears, may be expected to he paid.1 BATHING GAPS Library Closed Tomorrow being a civic lioliday Iho Library will Ije closed. Called To Goalhurst Lethbrlrtge fire brigade made a_run ct a call from Coalhurst about nine o'cloclr_Moririay ''evening when the Miueview Hotel there was discovered to he on Tire, toe blaze was andar coiilrol, however, before the limte truck reacfied tie scene from here. ,The damage is ahout ?60fi. Mr. Uriel) Is the owuor of tha hotel. Drifting Back To Coalhurst miners, are 'drifting back to .the Coalhurst camp, and resuming work iii the North American collieries. It Is expected the whole crew will he .back SOOD: The inducement that the retroactive ray will ha paid to all who report before Sept. 1 is having its ef- fect, as is natural when it is known that the cheqk for retroactive pay runs from SIOO to ?150-. What You Hear Wherever -You Go a We. have on .ihand, a' large selection in a gi-eat variety _of colors, shapes and sizes; rang- ing: in price from 50c to Just tKe thing for the hot seasoa.. J.D.HIG1NB6THAM CO, LIMITED Wholesale and Retail Chemists Alberta's Pioneer Druggists NO Better Bread THAN MODEL BAKERY BREAD I' At1 All Grocers, or 1 PHONE 1175 N. J. SCHWEITZER Thompson Qualifies ANTWKIllV AilS. Earl Thmnll- Eon, of I'rfnce Alhe'rl.- the star tlnn- hurdler, tills .morning -nuallficil r for the semi-finals in tho 110-metre bPHI.SOS, Colo.. cvent ot Ulo serentl, Qlym- H.-Pete "wmaii of New Orleans. The Wiladisn "who left bantamweight champron, and Roy lmouti, college to loin the Cana- Jloorc of Ilaltimore have been match- llian Olympic team had a 'very close ed to hox 12 rounds here August 15. it was announced here today. The match ivas transferred from Denver Call at our show rooms and see a REAL MADE TO ORbftR AUTOMOBILE GRAHAM MOTOR GO., LIMiTED Two Million Bond Issue Calling of tenders.for a two rmllioji i dollar bond Issue for-the province of: Alberta, ii aiinouuced by the Hon. C. H. Mitchell, the provincial treasurer. Tie bonds are for ten years, with in- terest at C per'cent, anil are1'made payable either in Canada or U. S. A. The money from this issue is to be devoted to telephone construction and other public purposes 'and is in ad- dition to the domestic loan now on ale in the province. Dr. Patton Suffers Loss Sweet Grass Advocate: The hig hos- lital barn on the south side of town nirnnd down Wedneeday night at about o'clock, the origin of the 'ire being unknown. The value of the building was probably Part-of his sum will be recovered from the nsurance. ft was owned by .lack Crawford arid operated by Cliris. Hps- Practically the entire contents were consumed. TUo losses as far as e have been able lo learn were about 35 tons of dollars wrfrth of harness, saddles, tools and other nr.- tides. -Dr. Patlon lost about worth of veterinary Instruments, Chas. Liiktnblll horses; Jos., Yates, 2 horses; Jim Xesbit, one horse; Chris. Hoskins, 3 horses anil Norton' Roe, of Luclty Strike, one horse. the nillltary authorities forbade it heing staged there on account of the street car strike situation. -THERE'S NO DANGER All our tools are Kept in an anti- septic sterilizer. WESTBROOK BROS. 6th St. fcpp. Bank of Montreal) race for first place second heat with li. K. llarnn of Hie Meadovjbrook Cliih, PWIadcH'hin. who niaile the best j time In the preliminaries. i-5 sac-) (mils. The United States'riiliner lop-1 liled two hurdles, losing his hut I he finished strong and fast, Just Iwra-j ly heating out ThomiiFOii. Canadian W.llKer Palls 7OUOXTO. K- free-' roan Canada's, licit hope 'In llic contcat nl Hie In fad Freeman wos Hie only entry Kent over by Ibis country tn enter Hie pedestrian contests. -Canadian. letcs nuife rlisapppinlcd at i-'ren- man's showliiB, nshc'waB Ihmixht to have a good chance o' winning. 1 Hail Insurance We are Cental tor 'hf? Province ivr tlie WESTERN UNDERWRITERS, a. CoTnpany writing on both note and .cash plan, with assets ex- ceetling Agents In unrepresented terri- tory. THE 1DGETT AGENCIES Ltd. PHONE 651 INSURANCE AND Ba Sure tt'i x Board 'Company. MACKAY PARLORS 803 Third 'Avthue 1802 Sausage U you knew ivliut our saus- age Is'Tiinde Jtml how U 1s made you would want 1t ofieii (or othfir reasons than Ibiit U tastes better than any other saifsage you ever ate. R. COULTRY PHONE 492 DEERING FARM MACHINERY FULL LINE OF REPAIRS _ KEPT ON HAND AGENT POR LOUDEN HAY UNLOADING TOOLS AND BARN EQUIPMENT J. FREDCOLOREN COAt-OALE' A Fresh Supply of Stillman s Freckle Cream Just Received Don't' forget to bring yourrj none but, Graduate Pharmacists: do "your, dispensing. PHONE 364 S. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALIST MAYOR OF RAINY RIVER IS GIVEN JAIL TERM MEETINGS L.A.A.A. Meeting A meeting of the' ivill be held at the. city hall tonight at 8.3C to consider matters of Importance. The Canadian Brotherhood of Sta- tionery Engineers and Firemen are touting a social after thetr rofiiilnr meeting in Moose lilock, on Friday evening at o'clock. All members and those who [Intend becoming members are corrtjal- lly Invited. i'ORT Aug. tile esult. of a roimdiip of bootleggers and other vendors p' liquor in an Illicit way in NorthenV.flntarlo, carried out under thcMrectlon of John Ayearst, chief license inspector for last three sent to jail and fines amounting lo were registered. The list ,6t those convicted included Dr JfiftiJocli, mav'or ot Kainy River, who besides.being -fined and costs, was sent to jnll for 10 days. Ho was charged with selling .liquor contrary .to the, Ontario Temperance Act Most of the others convicted were hotelmeh.-a.nil clerks, It was re- ported here today following the ar- val of Inspcctor.Aycarp.t. WAGE INCREASES FOR WESTERN TRAINMEN WINNIPEG, Aug. Increases ranging all the way from 50 to 100 ptr cent, are be- ing sought by the trainmen of, (he Canadian Pacific railway, western division, an'd the men have this to press claim before'.the board of. railway conciliation in "OUR BEST FLOUR" Why worry about bake clay when you can call your grocer by 'phone and have a sack of BEST'1 flour put in 'your, flour chest within an hour? When using "OUR BEST" it is a pleasure to balce, as it Is KO easy to handle and the result is always assured. Your grocer a! ways handles "OUR BEST" be- cause he is sure it will give satisfaction. ELLISON MILLING ELEVATOR CO., LTD REPRI'SALS KOR MURDER OF-IRISH POLICE INSPECTOR DUBLIN, Aug town of Templernare, county Tlpperary, underwent a srlm ordeal of re- prisal last nlarn, lollowing the. murder of, District Inspector Wil- son, according to a press despatch received: The police ami military turned out td avenge Inspector Wilson and with tombs and bullets .speed- ily cleared.the streets. The (own hall anil several chops were 'The disorders lasted several hours professional fee .of ten dollars a'dny? It is a fine point of the and one that has frequently been 'debated. Mr. Justice1 Hyndtnan selllcg. the question In a'judgment handed down, on Kriday.vmornlng in the Smith vs.'Bartlott, the Supreme Conn justice ruling that the plaintiff. Dr. A. 0. Smith, is entitled to a witness fee of ten dollars.! day. -The judge gives opinion that the proper Interpretation- of the schedule of .rules of court is thai the allowance to witness, who is a phy- lician aa well as one of the parties to ,ho' action, should bo-the same ;is though such physician were not a party. The important part of the. rule reads as follows: witness "or'interpreter' is a Safristjr or solicitor, physician, minister-, -of the gospel, engineer, or other professional man he shall lie entitled UH-al place of residence, 55; elsewhere, In other cases, His fxirdsnlp points out that; the ruling appears to be clear and' un- ambiguous and he can sec no reason In the mailer of taxation; of costs, the higher fee ashed stiould not'be awarded. HYSICIANS GET PROFESSIONAL FEES WHEN WITNESSES Getie Habit! DINE AT THE 1 DMONTON a phyatalan' who .lends a court lictlon as plaintiff in ils own' Clise anil who gives te9llmimy_ entitled to the customary witness (eo ot two .ft dar'.or to the special COMMERCIAL CAFEii JUST ARRIVED LARGE ASSORTMENT OF FILING CABINETS From and up UndeFvrtod, Reminglon, Royal, Ollvei- and Empire Typcwrlterl, From J15.00 and up STATIONERS, PRINTERS AND BOOK-BINDERS, EVERALL'S LIMITED aOUTHARO CLOCK TKIRD AVINUI (OUTH ;