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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EDISON NORDHE1MEH PHONOGRAPHS PIANOS ASSIKIBOIA MUSIC CO., LID. Hudctt'' I "SIS 6lh Slrwrt-Soiilh Phone IWi j :DGE DAILY. HERALD THE MTE LUNCH A GOOD PUCE TO EAT Ja! SAME OLD STAND MAG-LAC TOOTH PASTE CORRECTS ACID MOUTH An abnorm.l' condition of mouth i> conc.dtd to be the cause or starting point of Ire deciy ol I he teeth. MAG-LAC TOOTH PASTE abrasive Ingredients. The Stokes Drag Co, Ltd, DRUGGISTS AND STATIONERS NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1437 It is built for style .and speed having sixty-seven horse power..perfected .Yalve-in- head motor which allows a.speed range one mile to seventy miles in-high gear. Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. The Season Almost Over For auyilirng'Jn the line but ;l Blackberries aiul Blueberries are still coming aloiitf. This morning we aUo re :eived a shipment of Blueberries from Northern Alberta which we have put up in 4 Ib. baskets. In view of the great peach shortage this year (which will m ean high prices for what there are) we consider both Blueberries and Blackberries good buying at prices we are sell- ing them for. Kciiora; 13 baskets, each..........S5.W in North- ern Alberta, 4 Tb. fine- qual- ity, per CORN ON dozen 25c and 35c THE GOOD CO., LTD. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HIGH CLASS UROCi AT LETHBRIDGE AND TABER. hair and scalp trefltmenl and (acini Massage. Room.No. o, Hljjiutotham lllock. Pboiie 739. OEce closed un- til Isl of September.- .2QS Ih EVERYTHING FOR THE AUTO Mrs. J. .Russell Soprano, teacher of Voice and Piano, ivill resume leaching ai'her studio. Unrgruanq'a Hall, 13th Si. North, on Monday, August 30th. Appolnlmcnts at Bludlo every .day Irom, 3 to 1 p I Knro'lL. early and secure satisfactory leasou periods. 217-lh Bread is the Cheapest and Best Food TheBig White Loaf 'Is Assured By Using PRIDE OF ALBERTA OR MOTHERS' FAVORITE Taylor Milling Elevator COMPANY Miss-'ftlney invites nil the ladies lo her full "and winter millinery opening. Thursday, Kriday and Saturday. Au- gmt 27th and 25lh. Miss Tilney has engaged Miss M. Van Ularcom to lake charge of her millinery depart- ment.- 701 Hoya! Bank Building. Srd Ave. South. Phone >W1. 217-3 Lawrence D. Wright, leader Plidenix theatre orchestra; will-resume tuitions pianoforte and theory- on- Monday. Sept. Cth. For terms, apply. SH Blh I Ave. South.'. Phoue 14CO. .'Leo M. Coombs' (tenor) nvallahle lor concert engagements, wending re-' ceptions, afternoon teaa and eveninK house parlies. Italian, and hrogrdm. Terms on 'application. The Wiitney.horses offered for auc- tion al Ihe stuck yards recently are for salrTat the ranch, three rrides south 'city. Can lie seen any lime j by Plic-nc R-lOri. ...The Lclhbridse.Hair Dressing .far-i Consult Mrs. Medical) Massage and Scalp Specialist.' Hull; flloctc, slrcel, ground floor. Phone' nio.': A by-law providins; for the espsnd- on a new fire engine and Iriick was defeated al St. Mary's. DEERING ANNOUNCEMENTS You Can ,Walk In Comfort Tlie question of foot comfort has been solved by.those use Nyal Ease 'em Good for hot, tired, ten- der perspiring feet. Use it also for corns, bun- blisters and cal- louses..Shake it in your shoes and use it freely in your foot-bnlh. Price Cents RED CROSS DRUG Co., Ltd. VHEWEATHEK Victoria Vancouver..... Kegina Edmonton..... p Lclhbridge..... j Cardston....... Winnipeg...... Saahaluou CaJeary Medicine Hat Port Arthur 72 SS SO 70 SI 7C IS Sfi Cloudy Clear Clear Cloudy .Cloudv Clear Clear j Clear Cloudy' Clourty Clear Plymouth Binder Twine STANDARD, 500 FEET.......-., .19 SPECIAL, 550 FEET......... .20% v Above prices are good only while stock on hand -lasts, which .will be a short time only" Our next shipment .will be .50 to .75 per cwt.'higher. Our advice, is to protect yourself at once for any you may require as there is every likelihood >f a Twine shortage in this district. Consumers' Hardware Supply Coy Business Phones: 1212, Office, 1920 "F Weather since yesterday hift fair and very warm in Manitoba, and Saskatchewan, and. talr and moderale- Ijr warm" In Alberta.-No-rain reported. and Sask., ;fair aiid.warra jHday.Snfi Thursday. Alberta, 'northerly winds, cool, with showers today anil Thursday. CITY AND DISTRICT A- t N. Veil lo- Meel A regular monthly nieeUnE of l.eth- briiige'unil, Army and Navy Veterans, will be held in tSt. "Augustine's Parish [Hall! on Thurs'dny, Aue. 26, at S p. !m: 'All members arc -requested to attend. BRITISH ASSOCIATION MEETS I3ONDON, .Alls. Uritlfih flBSoemlloa Is meellug'at Hardltf. Pro- fessor Herdmau o'l Liverpool, tills year's president, today gavo an ad- ilress- on oceanography-. The confer- railroad li iud euce sent H lelcgnirii to the King, ask-, suburb of Durham lownrhlp. Ihe bam ot John' Shchan was Etruck by lightning burned (o tile ground. Unknown men threw.a the" railroad bridge'nl Senjl, a northern Tokio, Japan. The "bridge eUCe SCIll tl lULCgnjiu LU me .rtius, Ing rcnnisslon lo eoDEraUlblo Ills ivns not damaged, however. Majesty on ilie 'splendid work achlev- ed by the Princo ot Wales, which ha drawn lowanl him- the hearts ol the whole empire. Phoni 6W Ihirlxk Ildt. A Correction In the Consumers' Hardware Co. and The weekly dance at the Fair Grounds P-ivilion will be'held HS nsuuli on Wednesday evening, j -'15-'! j MACHINERY FULL LINE OF'REPAIRS KEPT'ON HAND AGENT FOR -LOUDEN HAY 'UMLOAMNG TOOLS AND BARN EQUIPMENT -COALOALE Claude llughea, A. B., resumes. leichicg Tuesday. August 24lh. All I IKiptls are aBked to phone aud make narlj arrangements as to time, etc. 1 hav.c opened up the Windsor Hotel j Dining Room, honing fresli madei chill con carul and'tomales. 1 have had many years experience In this line of cooking. Your patrormge 13 Births, Deaths, Funerals Thank you. mde Watson. (Mrs.) C.ert- NO Better Bread THAN MODEL BAKERY BREAD Al All Grocers, or PHONE 1175 N. J. SCHWEITZER Private stationery, wwrefi lir ID paila. assortment. Prices from 15c up. mboiood freu. Evirall's, Ltd.. 3rd Aie. 8. Dr. RlcturOJ, DoDllat, special- in orml surgery aod diseases of lhs i. finite Block. Phone MIES Chrisiie 1. Gardner, shampoo, Get the Habit! DINE AT THE Commercial Cafe BIRTH Mr. :ind Mrs. "James Shaw, at the Genera) Hospital. Keruje, C., a daughter on August 2i. ..217-1 Birth Mr. arid-Mrs A. Jlobertson, iGI2 Hnl Ave. North, _a Died the city. -August John, tjcloved son nf .Mr. and Jlrs. Win. Shologaii.- 1101 I'll] S'-. North, aged eight montlis. Fiijieral will leave Ihe lats residence al pin., August -5th. and proceed Ui St, 1'alrick's chorch. wherS Fervices ivlll he held al 5 p.m. Intcrmetil In St. Patrick's ccuielrvy.. Cliii3._' MacKr.y. funeral director iu THERE'S NO DANGER All our flro keiA In anil- septic steriliser. WESTBROOK BROS. St (epp. Bank of Montreal) Died tlie city, on Wed- nesday. August -Cth, Clarence Tioloved con, of Mr, and Frederick Woortracli, of KfH Cth A. North. Tno fviiiornl will lake tomorron'i Thursday, August 2Gtli. leaving McKay's imrlors ill 2.8fi y.-n proceeding to St. Mnrj-'M cliurclv whl'ri: service will be hr-ld'al p.uj. Hev. Ilinper olliciatlus-- lnlcrmcnl in St. Augiistlu's cemelnry. A written and printt-il by inmates, is an innovnlion nt Ihf KcilforH. N. Y., Reformatory for "Tlie smooth loptji paste that never The name "Chlorox" is indi- cative. the principal active tuntonl of Ihe paste, 'viz: PotaF.- slum ('rilonile, the powcrjul usi- .i.cenl, al50 'Chlorine, the eiiuallY iioiverful antiseptic. It is a hsrdoner. of Ihe gums, Induces clrculallon o[ the blood and is a valuable pre.ven- livi- of in-id produclrjg bacteria on the teeth. Only 50c the. large tube J.D.H1GINBGTHAM CO., LIMITED Wholesale and Retail Chemills Alberta's Pioneer pruogi'ts More aa Phones 1515 MEETINGS K. of P. Tonight advcrllsetnent on Tuesday, it was made lo read that thb neit shipment of tinder twine v.'oulu te 50 lo 75 per cent, higher. This v as obviously in error. What was inlended WBS llinl the ncit thliiment misht be expected lo he 50 lo 73 cenls per hundred weight higher. Reorganization Effected R. A. Darker, Southern Alberta man- ager of Ihe Canada Life Assurance Co.. is in the city today, effecting a reorganization of the company's repre- sentatives here. In the future J. W. ilcNIcol Bank of Commerce building, willed as local aseut, and nil prem- iums will be paid lo and collected by him. H- J. 11. Skeith continues ivith the'comfuny in oulside work. A DBS Jloines, fined hia son J25 and cosla for speeding. During the present season maskinongo fry hav'o'been deposited in the .American 'channel-ot the St. Lawrence i l _ _ j prisoners, imuuu I HiUon, escaped from Kingston (lein- UenUary In Warden PonsfordB aulo- ImoDilc. Egauville Town Councjl --vtill lisve lo appoint, another street overseer as .Tas. Jones already appointed 'declines to act. .v "Mrs. Catharine Pilori, of Wylie.., Out., a small village near Pembroke. was arrested in Ottawa for stealing her hustand and livine with another man. The. Brotherhood- of Railroad Train- men wants a retraclion' ot Ihe stale- CANADIAN UNIVERSITY WOMEN ARE IN SESSION M his deaih on. May 2, the late Senator Cliva Pfingle, ot Cobourg, Cnt., left an estate valued al Thc post office at Oxenden.wlll he closed as no person will accept Ihe position of poslmnster at the salary of ?86 iler. rear. The Pembrolie Lumocr Co.'a mill will onerate at nighls as well as day in order lo make this year's cul about Ceo. Ross, of Cornwall, lost a val- uable learn of rforses when they back cd into the canal at the paper mil and were drowned. Durjng a severe..eleclrical slorm In ment by A. J. Hills, ot Iha C. N: R.. that overtime is paid lor over five >ura. Wm. S. Way, wlio, according to despatches, was drowned in Lake WashlnEion, near Seattle, on Sunday aflernoon, waa MaRler'of History at Ihe Brockville Collegiala InElitule. Albert Adama, a farmer of Ulopia, died in Ite Barrle "hospital as the result of burns received when gasoline caught tire while tilling tlio lank ot his car, ;vfrs. Dominica Zatzsll, CP, known "Jjltlle who died a Her opt eratinK a fruit and peanut eland, Newark, N. J-, for 37 years, left estate of TOIIONTO, Aug. women from all over Canada nrc In session hero today in Ihe first, annual meeting of the recently-formed Nation- al Federation of University Women, which brings together for the lirst time in a common purpose. the var- ious Canadian women's -university -cluba. A feature of the proceedings this afternoon will be the report of the delegate, Hiss Jessie Dykes, who 'represented the Canadian unit al tlie recent 1-omlon conference where Imtn was given to the International Feder- ation of University Women. Canada, thought one of the small natlong, la on Ihe hoard of lour of Hie Inlernalional, Mrs. R. K. McWIll- lams ot Winnipeg, president of- the Canadian federation, being elected vice-president of the International. WINNIPEG MILK PRICE ADVANCES WTNNIPKO, Aug. price of pasteurized milk to consumers In Win- nipeg will lie advanced one cent a hot- lie, "effecllve September 1. Sixteen cents will be charged (or a quart and nine tents for a pint. Th? meeting o( Myrtle .St.. will be hclrl lonlghl al s oVlork Tlie'Vnnl; Paso will he to bo l' rrr.l. All members rcnueslcc i rivrMil. Visitors welcome. Hail Insurance M'o nie General Agents for Ihe I'rOvlBco for !li9 WEST.EKN UNDERWRITER3. n Oolnpany writing en both note and cayh piflQ. with a.iae'.s ei unrepresented tcrrl- lory. "THE "EDCETT AGENCIES Ltd. PHONE 651 AND .LOANS Be Sure ll't a Boar.-) Company. MACKAY PARLORS EC3 Third Avenue 1802 sase 11 yos what our sii'js Ifi n.nii'r uf nntl 'ho'-v 11 (s made n-iMl'l want it often for I' tliati IbHl IL taalPS b'.-ltfr any other sausage you ovfcr at'j. R. COULTRY PHONE 492 .11 Is iindmloid lhal inulcr His rn- !ilnr.slflrnlion srhcmc of tlif Olilarlo CoTernni'-nt civil servants will fiet iin I Increase df year. I What You Hear Wherever You Go a Studebaker." Call at our show rooms and see a REAL ?rlADE TO ORDER AUTOMOBILE GRAHAM MOTOR CO., LIMITED B BIO LAND DEAL WINN1PKU, Aug. One of the most Important farm laud deala nego- llateif for some time in Manitoba was concluded lorlay when' Senalor Bern- _ nrd nnd Ibo 13 Stralclicona farm for The farm, which consists pi acrca, all In erop, siruatcd al Ca'I- rlne, alioul 15 miles wcat of Wlnnlpcf. OPEN WEDNESDAY August 25th. H ;'OOR BEST Fiour Wliv worry about bake day wlien you can call your grocer by 'phonrj and have a sack of flour put in your flour chest withiii an hour? When using "OUR BEST" it is a pleasure to bake, as it is so easy to handle and the result is always assured. Your grocer always handles "OUR BEST" be- causelie is sure it will give satisfaction. ELLISON MILLING ELEVATOR CO., LTD. a. m. to 9 p. rn. 1 PHONE 364 5. JACKSON PRESCRIPTION SPECIALIST JUST ARRIVED LARGE ASSORTMENT OF FILING CABINETS From and up Und-rwood, Remlngion, Royal, Ollvtr and Empire Fiom H5.00 and up PRINTERS AND 'V EVER ALL'S LIMITED SOUTHARD BLOCK .THIRD AV1NUI IOUTH ;