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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ED.! SON NOROHEtMEK PIANOS ASSIN1BOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything South Phont LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE WHITE LUNCH A' GOOD PLACE TO E SAME OLD STAND See Us for Your School Supplies Chapman's Looseleaf Note Books Chapman's Looseleaf Fillers Imperial Lcpseleaf Note Books Exercise Books, Scribblers, V> Pencils, Erasers, Rulers, and Text Books The Stokes Drug ltd. DRUGGISTS AND STATIONERS NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 TRUCKS Cut down the cost of haulage CHEVROLET and NASH One and Two Tons capacity, guaranteed to take Fifty Per Cent. Overload. Let us explain to you our selling plan. Baaiim Motor Co., Ltd. EVERYTHING FOR THE AUTO Bread is the. Cheapest and Best Food TheBig White Loaf Is.Assured By Using PRIDE OF ALBERTA MOTHERS' FAVORITE Taylor Milling Elevator COMPAN} i% ANNOUNCEMENTS !-The Letlltridge Conservatory of in how open. Kv'ery. Ijrauch of inu.sic. Expression and dancing will lie by a staff ot certified teach- urs. 219-0 Private stationery, mwsn w In pads: large Vrlcea Irom 15c UB.. 'Krobossed (reu. Evarall's, Ltd., 3rd j. i Dr. P. Richards, Dentist, ipeeiil- !r! oral surgery and diseases ot tba itnoulii Suite Z, Oliver tflock. Phons Airs. J. Kussell Kennedy, Dramatic Soprano, leaclxtr of Voice and Piano. Vijl resume teaching at her studio, lurgmahn's Hail, 13th St. North, .on Monday, August soili. Appointments iit studio every day from 3 to 4 p.m. Enroll early and secure satisfactory lesson periods. 217-Ih Dr. D. A. Taylor's office. Sherlock Building, will be closed until Sept. 1. 21S-5 Lawrence D, Wright, leader Phoenli theatre orcheslra, will resume tuitions pianoforte and theory on Monday, Sept. 6th. for apply SH 6th Ave. South. 1'hone 1460. 217-6 The Lethbrldge llalr Par- lors. Consult' Mrs. Woods, Mortfeaj Massage' and Scalp Specialist. Hull Mock, 7th street, ground lloor. Plione 208-0 Our Sept. Price Lists Now Ready who pay cash can buy they like, and we make our appeal to the CAoIl BUYERS." Our system sa ves money for you. Unnecessary de- li very expenses and book accounts done away with means that we can sell goods for less money. Get one of our latest Price Lists and see what we sell goods fqfr. THE Goob co., LTD. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HIGH CLASS CROCE RS-STORE3 AT LETH8RIDCE AND TABER, :alious mar be made at' residence, 120S 7lh Ave. So., or.piono -190. 219-0 11. MtC. vocal aud piano students. Recitals tlirice yearly. To- roulo Conservatory ciams. Students provincial and Dominion medallists Studio, -tlJi 5th St. South. 221-26 Miss Chrissie I. Gardner, shampoo hair and scalp treatment and facial ilassase. lioom Xo. 5. Higinuotham Block. Phone 739. Office closed un- til 1st of September, NOTICE TO.SHOOTERS No shooting will bo allowed on Sec- lion C, Township'7, Range 19, Vest ot the 4th Jler, also" oh Sections 1, 2 and 3, Township 7, Range 20, west of the 4th Mer.. upou which the IS-Mile 1-ake is sitiiateil. 220-6 Geoffrey Waddlnglon announces that he will open his studio at 30-1 12th St' south .and Is prepared, to take a lim- ited number of pupils lor instruction on the violin. Term now commencing. For terms and particulars, phone 4C9 ,.f; 221-6i A Scotch dance will beJield in Bure- an's on Sit 3fd7 Danc- g from 9 to' 2. Refreshments will be Gents 'fl.OO.i ladies lOc 3. Kennedy IB charge. The weekly dnnco afthe Fairground Pavillion will be held as usual on Wednesday evening, Sent. 1st. 22W Dr. Lynn has-moved into his new office 23 and 21 Bryan Block, nhono Open Until o clock Tonight RED CROSS DRUG BOOK to., Ltd. Kiini W Cleat Cloudy Cloudy Clear Haiti llflln Cloudy Clear Cloudy I VHE WEATHEK Vancouver C2 42 Edmonton G6 34 Cnrdston CO 43 Medicine Hat 10 52 Maclebd...... 65 45 .05 Moose Jaw ....'CO- 631.57 Winnipeg..... SO 5S .Ofi Victoria C3 50 Calgary...... C6 40 .01 LethhridgD i.. 67 47 .05 Cloudy i Kegiiia'.. lij 55 .31 'Rain Saskatoon 60 52 .64 Cloudy Port 62 5C Hain The weather over Sunday has been generally copier throughout the west. Rain has fallen in most "sections of Manitoba and Saskatchewan; also a little in Alberta. Forecast All and rather cool today and ou Tuesday; a few scatter- ed showers. 1899. 221-3 i Births, Deaths, Funerals I EAT ALL I WANT NOW AND FEEL FINE Births, Dtaihs, j Cards of Thanks, In" car-' rled in this column .at lo'Vints per! line, each insertion, rninirmim 50c, pay-j able in Coaluurst, on An-1 gust 30, beloved i son of Mr. and Mrs. Xickr Maiimatz f.- If you have BOI aged 10 mo'ulbg and: 20' days. Fun-! or on th eral service in St. Augustin's chapelii lON'BDOSEofsin CITY AND DISTRICT Inspectors. Transferred R. H.' nobens; wno has-been inspec- tor of Schools here for, the past year, Is leaving" this week for Calgary as senior inspector, of schools in that city. A. J. Watson will arrive in Leth- brldge Thursday to take Over this in- spectorate. To .Enroll New Pupils S. B. Brandow will be at Flcetwood school frpnl-2 to 1 p.m. Tuesday to en- rol! new pupils. He would like to confer with the parents of those Gride VIII pupils who failed last JUue. Lethbridge Kentish Association Regular monthly'meeting 'of above Association will In St. Mary's Hall tomorrow (Tuesday) evening at 8 o'clock. 12 gauge "Regal" Shells, 12 gauge 1.45 1'Nitro Club" Shells, 12 gauge 2.10 "Crown" 12 Guns'.............. .82.25 Guns .90.00 Cun-ie's i.................. 15.00 Ciirirje-s Waders, sateen................. i. 18.00 Dudt 1.00 Consumers' Hardware Supply Co'y Business, Phones: Qfficerl'920 G. W. V. A. Executive .The executive of Hie G. W. A will meel tonight In the cluh rooms as _ well 'as, the. siiorl committee -for the j Labor Day iiffair. Railway Official Visits Cameron, general superlnten- No More Gason the Stoliiachor Sour.j dent of the C. P. R., Alberla 'Miss Viva'A. Elton wishes to an- nounce that she fce available for beginners aiid advance pupils in Pianoforte at her Siuuiu in the Em- press 5th St. Soatb, commenc- ing Wednesday, Sept. i, 1S20. Apnli- .pe >n Tuesday, August 31, at 1 p.m. In- erment In the old public cemetery, i "Mackay undertakers in charge. 221-1 j this city, Aug.. 2S, 1920, Victoria, beloved Mr. amis Mrs. Jack Leoni, 127 Oth Are. aged cigfit months. take rlace from the late resilience, at J ).m., Monday, 'August SO, and proceed j to St. Patrick's church, jiackay un- derlakers in charge. 221-1 Barons, AugiiaL 28, 1920, George, infant son.of Mr. pud Mrs. Gall McCIain, aged five .weeks. The funeral will-take place from p kay's underlakins parlors on Monday afternoon at 2.CD Jtcv. Jorncs I Intennent in tbe family 1 plot, -putlic cemetery. 22L-11 a mame nniuDoiiniin (Get the Habit! DINE AT THE Commercial Cafe Serve Model .Bakery Bread If you like fo give your fam- ily and friends of Die-rest No home baking can equal ourp. No home can possibly have the facilities we have. Do not he skeptical about it. Give-us..at feast llio chance to prove our. assertion. Phone 1t75 or Your Grocer, N. J. SCHWEITZER, Prop. THERE'S NO DANGtR All our tools Are kert in an antl- septic sterilher. -WESTBROOK BROS. 61 h St. fcpp. Bank of Montreal) Hail Insurance We ate Qenoi.il Ageots for the .Province fw WESTERN UNDERWRITERS, a Company writing on both note and cash plan, with assets ex- ceedfns Agents -wanted in unroprcsen'.cit tern- 1017. THE EDG..ETT- AGENCIES Ltd. Blttk; PHONE 651 INtURANCC AND.LOAN! Be Suri ll'i a Board Company.' MACKAY PARLORS 803 Third Avtnue 18D2 FRESH VEAL, BEEF. SPRING LAMB' FOWL THIS WEEK All-tliii choicest from the fanhs ot fjouthcrn Alljeria. R. COULTRY ........PHONE 492 Stomach! No More Heavy Feeling After Meals or If you have Four j the stomach, iimpleljuckthora.bark, j -.glycerine, elc., as naixed In arrived in Lethbrldg'e this Rfternoon j lie is uiaking a short tour of the s'rtiitli country. tnc remedy-wMch is becoming known j js ln lhe as the MOST "t'OWERFUL .bowel j ta'n.deporlaUo cleanser ever sold.T-'-, The VERY FIRST dose shows re- stills and i short treatment, with Adler-i-ka will surprise yon.7. This remedy drains such astonish- ing amounts of old matter from the tystem that A SINGLE DOSE relieves constipation, sour stomach and gns on the stomach almost'INSTANTLY. Deportation Officer Here Mr.; George, special deportation of- v NEGRO LYNCHED In Memcirlam i In memory of our dear son and i brother, Driver Thomas Watt'. I of the 39th IJattery, C.F.A., who was J.D.HIG1NBOTHAM CO., LIMITED .Wholesale and Retail Chemists Alberta's Pioneer Druggists The Stars1! Phones 1515 OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla., Aug. negro, aged 19, was taken from the jail here last night by thirty masked men and hanged. He was arrested in on a moonshine plant in which two men were kiTlecf. SULTAN'S ARMY iS A FORLORN HOPE killed In action al'Mbn'chy on Alisust I BROOKLYN CAIIS ARE 29th, 1818. Dear is the spot where our son and brother is Though God claimed him two years ago, Dear Is his memory which will never fade, A son or a brother more true no one ever knew, And tears start afresh when we IhU'k of him. Only those who have lost them are We toilell The pain of pnrting and not saying farewell. by his loving father and brothers. mother. 221-1 PARALYZED BY STRIKE NKVV YORK, Aug. than Brooklyn residents.: who de- pend largely upon the Brooklyn Rapid Transit company to take them.to busi- ness todayVere reduced'to Improvised and even primitive nmthods of, convey- ance by the strike or company em- ployees that virtually paralyzed the entire transit ele- vated roads and trolleys. .Tho. strike went inlo effect early Sunday morning after the men had previously voted lo postpone action, pending further 'attempts to adjust wnge demands. CONSTANTINOPLE, Aug. Sullan of Turkey has refused to'lead his forces agajnst the Nationalists, de- LGlaring them to be too few In.number. [The Sultan's forces at present consist I of only two battalions. The valor of these was not sufficient to withstand ft'two clays' campaign on the .Black Sea coast. They made a landing on Thursday, but returned Saturday and] once more are. blvonaced on the bath-j Ing beaches.along the Bosphorus. MEETINGS What You Hear Wherever You Go a Call at our shoAv rooms and see a _ REAL-MADE TO ORDER AUTOMOBILE GRAHAM MOTOR CO., LIMITED Sirs.: aged 80 years. a-native Eng- land, and came Jo 1 etlibndge about ten years ago. Since then she had resided In all the time! her many years ago.' Pour sons are left to mourn her They are C. B Ingram .of Sun dial, Wm Ingram of Vancouver, H J Ingram of Seven -Persons and A. D. Ingram !n England. The-funeral'will be held from Mc- .Kay-B uudertaklng parlors' on Tuesday afternoon at 2.30 to .St. Cyprlani church Interment will h.e made it the public cemetery, Bev. Gore Barrov officiating. AT EMPRESS WED. AND THURS- MARY' PICKFORD IN "THE HOODLUM" FOR SALE! Ton Truck Ton .BOTH-IN EXCELLENT CONDITION APPLY LiHBRlDGE MOTORS m.< 11th STREET SOUTH Viaduct No. 53. I. 0. 0. F., will confer the Initiatory Degree to- morrow night at 8 o'clock In tho Odd- fellows' hall. Visitors heartily wel- comed. Obituary, death qccurrei) Jii fhb ctfy1 on Sunday morning at 9.30 of "OUR BEST FLOUR" Why ivorry about bake day when you can call your grocer by. 'phone and have a sack of "OIJR flour put in yotir fiour .chest within an hour? When using BEST" it is a pleasure to bake, as it is so .easy to handle and the result is always assured. Your grocer always handles "OUE BEST" be- cause he is sure it. will give satisfaction. ELLISON MILLING ELEVATOR CO, LTD ing Spices is Near WE HAVE A FRESH SUPPXY .TLIRIVIERIC, MUSTARD SEED, ETC. MAKE YOURSELF COMFORTABLE ON OUR WINDOW SEAT WHILE1 WAITING FOR THE RED AND WHITE LINE CARS. 1 PHONE g JACKSON PRlSSCRIPTIONSPECIALIST I niiiiniii iwtiiiminmimra 1 JUST ARRIVEiD LARGE ASSORTMENT OF FILING CABINETS From and up Remington, Royal, Oliver and Empire From and up STATjON'SRE, PRINTERS AND BOOK-BINDERS. EVERALL'S LIMITED OUTHARD (LOCK TKIBO AVtNUi. tOUTH ;