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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EDISON PHONOGRAPHS NORDHEIMEi! PIANOS ASSINIB01A MUSIC CO., L'iD. "Everything ,515 6lh Street South Phons 1M5 DAILY HERALD THE WHITE LUNCH A GOOD PLACE TO EAT v, SAME Oi.D STAND Open Till O'Clock TONIGHT The Stokes Bug ltd. DRUGGISTS AND STATIONERS NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 3 3 a 3 D a 2 c BLUEBERRIES -4 Another shipment-arrived this morning-but prices have again been advanced and reports that there will be none tomorrow. The season is practically over and we expect shipments to'stop any day. Get yours now. PRICE, PER BASKET, THE GOOD CO., LTD. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HIGH CLASS GROCE AT LETHBRIDGE AND TABER- ANNOUNCEMENTS It is built for style and speed having sixty-seven horse power, perfected Valvc-in- heacl motor which allows a speed range from one mile to seventy miles in high gear. Baalim Motor Ltd. EVERYTHWtQ FOR THE AUTO Bread is the Cheapest and Best Food TheBig White Loaf Is Assuted By fJsing PRIDE OF ALBERTA ----------Oft'---------- MOTHERS' FAVORITE Taylor Milling Elevator COMPAN} Mrs, W. II. Johnson, teacher of! piano, will reopen her sluJio for the (all term-on 31st. Studio 12oS 5th Are. A. south. 216-1 j Claude L. A. B., resutnes- teaching TaesQaj-, 241h. All' Us nre asked to pho'ne. and make oarif arrangements as to time, etc. i opOQC'd ap the Windsor HotcJ Room, Erring fresh. made' chili con caraa aud toiaales. 1 have j had many years experience in this; Una of cooking. Your patronage Is' solicited. Thank you. (Mrs.) Gert-; rude 215-i Leo M. .Coombs (tenor) for concert engagements, -rreddiug r cep lions, afteruooa teas and evening) house parties. ami English program. Terms on application. The Whitney horses ofleted for auc-! on at the Block yards recently urs sale at the ranch; three triiles oulh of city. Can be y appointment. Phone South Dakota ranch owners using airplanes to trace lost cattle and sheep. DEER1NG FARM MACHINERY A FULL LINE OF REPAIRS KEPT ON HAND MEETINGS AGENT FOR LOUDEN HAY, UNLOADING TOOLS AND BARN EQUIPMENT FRED COLOREN COALDALE SPECIAL SCOUT NOTICE Funeral-of the late Brother Scou "Reggie Day." AH Scouts and officers are reques' ed to meet, at City Headquarters (01 St. Augustine's Church) corner ol St Street and Second Avenue south, a p.m. tonight Ihiiforn with staves, f Tomorrow (Wednesday) at 4.30 i m. all scouts and officers will meet the Majestic Theatre lo lake the position in parade. T. H. BOOTH, Assist. Coimn'd, The Lcthbridge 'Hair Dressing Fur- ors. Consult Mrs. Inssage and Scalp' Specialist. Hull Hock, 7th street, ground floor. Phone 710. You Can Walk In Cdmlort Tlie question of foot comfort has been solved by those who use NyalEase 'em Good fprhotftired, ten- tier 'perspiring feet. Use it also for. 'corns, bun- ions, 'blisters and cal- louses." Shake it in your shoes and use it freely, in your, foot-bath. Price 25 Cents RED CROSS DRUG BOOK Co., Ltd. Prirate ooxef ur In assortment. I.'rices from Itc-up btjBifd fret'. Kvsrallrs.. 3rd j Am 8. -ISS-o Dr. f. W. nicharjs, Dentls', let In ural surgery and diseases at llii moulb. Suite 3. Oiltfeffnttk. Phone j 1199., VHEWEATHEK Vir.coimr -77 61 Rain Mmonton j. 6S 38 -Clear Me.dlclne Hat 48 Clear nftieK SS1 v 60 Clear teglna 97 Glear Cilgary S5 een generally clear and quite warm ntho whole west', with the exception of Forecast Manitoba and and very warm.: Wednesday, a few local- thonderstorms. few showers, but mostly fair arid tomparatlretr cool. Binder Twine STANDARD, 500 FEET .1.9 SPECIAL, 550 FEET .20% J Above prices aie good only while stock hand which will be a short-time only. Our shipment mil be 50 or 75 per cent, higher. Our advice is to piotect youiself at once for any Twine you may require as theie is every likelihood )f a Twine shortage in this district. Consumers' Hardware Supply Coy Business Phqnes: 1212, 1919 Office, 1920 CITY AND DISTRICT Open Aid 'Home An Invitation is extended to Ibe pub- lic lo attend the opening of tie Trav- Aid Home, corner of'Sud'Ave. and 9th St., ou .Thursday from 3 to and''from 7 to 5. The weekly dunce .at the Fair Grounds PaviiioD.VrilVbe hfild A3 uauul on Wednesday eTening, August ,.......215-3 Funerals BORN Mr. and Mrs. .Tas. K. Atkinson ot Magrati, Alberta, at the Van Haarlem Hospital, Alberta, ajaughter, on August'21st. 1920. CARD OF THANKS Uoyal Order of Moose Lethbriclgs Lodge, No.' will meet tonight in the Moose Hall, Hfgln- 8 o'clock. The inltl- j atory Degree will be. conferred. Mem- tbe degree team are req'oeit- cd.to bs present. C. P. R.. C. P. R. Social" and'Atiletic Club will oueu'its fall social sSason tonlxhl in tbe Masonic Hall with fa "ance. The Cannoneers' Jazi Band Will-be on the j.'rb anil the weather man seems lo be in the mood to hand out a. cool evening. The dance will com- mence, at. 9 o'clock... A recent census of Newark. N. J., Bh'owod aouls dwelt with- in the gates cl that city. The Newark-, ers were peered, and demanded a re- cunnt. They, got it. The recount show- ed that Newark had Jess than the firf I couaLstiowed by 1.393. NO Better Bread THAN MODEL BAKERY BREAD At All Grocers, or PHONE 1175 N. J. SCHWEITZER 4 asBXfin [HRfiwraumwuKacj KI I Get the D I DINE A I Commercial Cafe The Phllharnionic Society wish to thank Ihe Asslnaboia Music' Co. for the loan ot the piano and Mrs. Kuth [or the splendidly rendered songs and also Mrs. MeKIHop for tbe piano solo. Mr. P.ercaford woiiH kindly ask the public If at the concerts they would help him to keep the chlldreu from climbing over the" band stand, as il interrupts the musicians. Thanking them for their general 21G-1 DINE AT THE THERE'SS NO OANO.ER AH tooTs are kept in an anti- septic eterilizcn WESTBROOK BROS. 611) St. (opp. Bank of Montreal) DOGS AND CATS IN A .WILL ThouglitfulneES for animals is the feature of the will of the Uev. Julm' Herbert It. iiarlow. of Worcester; and late of Boyey Tracey. ,D.evon. Of his I henueatherf over to various. Institutions, .saicli as the Bat- lersea ilomc for and Starving Dogs, and the K..S. P. C. A. His do- mestic animals, not otherwise dispos- ed of, he left lo the thoughtful ami affectionate tare (it his who were top rovlde for-them: 'Flls. rfoBS are to be given to trustworthy and re- sponsible people, w.ith each dog to 4irovUte for its licenses arid ex- penses lo Keep. TlogB of -horses' too old for liiis ure to fce most nvri'ciftil way possible. Hail Insurance We are Gcnoral for the 'Provllice for Ihft WESTERN UNDERWRITERS, a Company writing on both nole occl cash plan, with asatts ox- cdedJrig Agents waulcft i'n un rep res en led terri- torr. THE AGENCIES ltd. Block, Ulhbrldgt PHONE 65! fNSURANCE AND LOANS Bo Sura Hf .'Ke" tried It all around Lori don Jerome look plty'ou hlni ,'and ran the stories In a rDisazihs: -was at that lime editing, V .both, as noyel.'ond golfl mine, yet was less a person than; Georstfr Meredith, when reader for a house. J. .J. yliad to publish 'Wee lijms'elf. lie got an acompllslied .artifit to draw the famous coTcr. and. b'ecame his own .with.-'excellent results' to STEEL MARKERS .ON LONGEST HIGHWAY igesf highway In the- world -with such guide 'marks, .according to ait- nouiicement from headquarters of the Lincoln Association bore. The road from Omaha to Sail Francis. co already has such markers and. work of marking the .highway, from' New-York to Omaha now IB in pro-' eress. DETROIT, next wint- er steel markets will have been .-iilac.e.dvat; every confusing turn and crpssroadfl on the .Lincoln MEXICO ESTABLISHES v FARM COLONIES'. MEXICO satisfy the' land-hunger of the Mexican peasantry, the government Is establishing farm colonies In the states, ot San Luisj Putpsl and Guanajuato. :0tier settle- ments will be founded as soon as thess first two a re, completely launched. -In these colonies, the. small pro- prietors will live like the Mormons in Chihuab'ua -and -com- munity "having its own streets, market garden, mixed school and moving plc- ,ure theater. Apportionnient of tue ad- ;accnt farm lands will bo co that ;ach petty literally aave his, to thus ob- viating one.of the greatest caiiaes.fp- Lhc.many recent, uprisings-that have occurred In Mexico. Each farmer will be. furnished with-agricultural imple- ments and -'These farms will uon4ranBfer- able in any form, whether by, mort- or1eibhanBe.''rhey may be inherited, to be free from taxation. It is planned lo pro- posed communities Deal' railroad lines, so that the products will f tod rtady markets. winter." Mr. GlaBSCO said tho .eriifrls were rather skeptical of the invention and what it conld do. Whether tSie- statements mads by Prof. Dorsey were Utopian or premature had.still to be 1 At a .recent meeting, instructions were-given Mr. Gliissco and' City Elec- trician Cambridge to get information from Prof. Dorsey abbn't the invention. Mr. GlasKCO reported that he had en-