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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 50?�0N -^ hoNOortAl�H9 NOROMIIMIri ASSINiBOlA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Kvtrytdini MMieaV SIS Bth Street Seutli Phont 1540 WHite Ivory Xiifts Hiilrljlrlr Receivers VlflMI 'Cuthlons Mlrtvir* Button HookK SEE OUR SELECTION OF Nail Filet Manlcure'^clssore Suffers Powder Boxes Trays JeweJ Cases Bud Holders Talcum Powder Boxes Plctui-e Frames Perfume Bottles The Stokes Drug Co^ Ltd. DRUGGISTS AND 8TATIONF.RS NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 14*7 'CSS WE CAN SELL YOU TIRES AND WE GIVE YOU SERVICE And if there are any adjustments to be made we give that, service witJEiout extra cost. We built our business on service. Give us a trial. Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. CVCRYTHINQ roit THE AUTO BREAD IS THE CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOi> lifi.r The Big fiute Loaf � Is Assured By Using PRIDEOF ALBERTA . OR MOTHERS't^AVORITE TAYLOR & CO. TAXI Phone Phone BIJ^ GARAGE day And night UNDERTAKINC MU:KAY PARLORS 803 Tliird Avenue South-Phone 1802 BAKERY Is pure, light, and wholesome, and proTes a real staff ol life fqr growing children.. liM them eat plenty of our bread, with good butter and jam. Bated in our modern and sanitary balcery, which insures quality and cleanlineBS. Sold at all grocers, or phone 1175 and have the driver call. MODEL BAKERY N. J. Schweitzer, Prop PHONE 1175. FOR OVPSEAS Now is the time to send your Xmas Cards, Canadian Books aild Canadian Toys for the Kiddies. A large stock to select from. Robertson's Book Store LETHBRIDGE If MORE ^BOOT GOOD fpvit VOU't> KNOW - THKNConE AflO see y our p�ouv:tr, and the sociability with which everyone met you, and thr> dandy cup of tpa, and the dainty Ksnd-wicMsi and cake, afterwards, and the altogethor pleasant evening? Tlien coine to the next ono on Friday night, Dec. 3rd, at S p.m. in the G. W. V. A. Cliii) room.?. There will l)e coffee tliis time, as well' as tea, and fi bip welcome f|ir all. Admission 50v cents. o29 lowers The perfume of deli*, cate charrn^^ We have it in the following:-  Perfunie Toilet Wkter Face Powder Compact Powder Rouge J.D.HIGINBOTHAM & CO., LIMITED Wholesale and Retail Chemists rh9 ^bocaJtl Ston Phones 322-1515 Lethbridge. Alberta; Canada CITY AND DISTRICT Police Court At the city police court this (Wed-ilesday) morning Arthur McGregor was fined $50, with cost^, for running a gambling joint on the premises, 409 4th Ave., S. Nick Friluk, John Rogers, Bill Brown, John Andrews and Mike Pelt were each fined $10, with costs, for tailing part in the game. G. W. v. A, Dance The invitation list for the G.W.V.A. dance next Tuesday is rapidly growing. Secretary Turcotte or a member of the social committee must be communicated 'with to get an invitation. C. P. R. Dance Last night {he C. P. R. Social and Athletic Club held another of their successful dances. The rule concerning admittance only by invitation was strictly adhered to last night with the result that a number of- people woi-e turned away. However, there was a good crowd, the music -was good, and 80 were the'refreshments. Battery Notes Great enthusiasm was shown last night at the armories when the 20th -^nd 39th Militia Batteries held their regular weekly meeting. Boxing was very much in evidence during the evening,, no less than seven iriendly two-round bouts being staged.by members of the batteries. The batteries have secured the services of two very good coaches in the manly art, who are on hand every parade night t^; instruct recruits as to which is the left hand-and which Is the right-'Nuf sed! The fact that stranger met stranger in several of the bouts portrays the fine sportsmanship and spirit with which the rescruits are entering Into the battery sports. Positively only clean sports are encouraged. Capt. A. E. Routier, M.C., gave an excellent lecture on the gun and held the recruits intensely interested. Meetings are" held every Tuesday evening at the armories ^Henderson garage). BANK CLEARINGS AT VANCOUVER FOR CANADIAN CHAMPIONSHIP OTTAM'A, Dec. ].-Einile Maupas and George AValker will meet here ne.xt Monday night for the light-heavyweight wrestling championship of Can-ai'.a. AN'alker is well known in the west, being lornierly of Port Arthur. VANCOT-VER, Nov. 30.-A new high record in bank clearirgs has been established horei. For the eleven months of this year, ending today, bank clearings are more than $140,000,-OuO greater than for the .twelve month.s of last yean For 1920. 31 jiioiiflis, the clearings are $796,227,503, Births, Deaths, Funerals Births, Deaths, Funeral Notices. Cards of Thanks, InMemorlam, carried In this colunnn at 10 cents per line, each Insertion, mlnimu|n 50c, payable In advance. Died HEWITT-Died December 1st, in Gait hospital. Martha Pearl, aged 2S yeai;s. beloved wife o^ R. W. Hewitt, 608 5th St. S. Funeral arrangements in charge of T. S. Fetterly. Funeral to take place from the L. D. S. church on Friday at 2.30 o'clock. Bishop C. W. Green officiating. Interment In public cemetery. 530 . Died WASHBROOK-Died in the city on Wednesday, December 1st, .Sarah Anne, beloved wife of George Wash-brook, 1251 4th Ave. North, aged 55 years and one month. The funeral arrangements will be announced later, McKay Undertakers In charge. OPEN WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON WESTBRQOK BROS. 6th St. Opp, Bank of Montreal. Died TEEVER-Elizabeth Teever. a^ed 81 years, beloved wjfe of David Henry Teever, 508 5th Ave. 8.. on November 30th. The funeral will take place from the daughter's home, Mrs. Jos. O. Hubbs, 508 5tb Ave. S., on Thursday, Dec. 2nd, at 2,30 o'clock, Rev, C, E, Cragg officiating. Interment in the public cemetery. u"0 Born CARNILL-To Mr. and Mrs. H. Car-nill, on November 30th, at the Van Haarlem hospital, a son. MEETINGS K, of P. Tonight The regular meeting of Lethbridge Lodge No. 2 K. of P., will be held to- YES. WE'RE RUNNING A DRESSED POULTRY SHOW We'll prepare a bird for your pot or pan that will maUo your dinner a moat pleasing event. All' of our meats are worthy of a place upon, your table. Alberta Meat Market R. Coultry. Phone 492. SACKS! Car just unloaded. Full assortment for Grain or Potatoes F. O. HYDE & CO. 2nd Ave. Phone 1244 "OUR BEST FLOUR" Why worry about bake day when you can i call your �grocer by phone and have a 1 sack of "OUR BEST" flour put in your flour chest within an hour? When using "OUR BEST" it is a pleasure to bake, as .'it is 80 easy to handle and the result is always assured. Your grocer always handles "OUR BEST" because he is sure If will give satisfaction. Ellison Milling and Elevator Co.. Ltd. Every House*wife^hould take advantage of the , special values we are offering in KITCHEN GOODS A large shipment of Aluminum Ware, Enamel Ware, and general Kitchen ueeds, just'unpacked. We have the stock and om* prices are right We are in business to stay and we stand behind eveiy article we sell. Your patroi^e will be appreciatea. Consumers' Hardware & SaiqiljtJoy Busuiess Phones: 1212, 1919 Office/ l^^O "WHAT IS ITS-PURPOSE 7" It is a scientific preparation for putting vim and vitality Into a run-down system.. It is good for anaemia and aids digestion-does not cause constipation. An ideal tonic for young and old. $1.25 Per Bottle OPEN TONIGHT, fi TO 9 PIL I WE APE PROMPT �== VE ARE CAREFUL" Special hices oil Stoves and Ranges ToClear $85.50 High oven ranges with reser- (I? I ^ "I f^^A voir and polished top..... tDX^ JLeOvf Columbia range, high closet, reservoir and polished top ,.... Columbia range, high closet polished top, square..............|U/OJL�"\/ Olympia range, high closet with (J'T^ OA reservoir..... ..... �D I dsUU IT PAYS TO OPAL AT TAYLOR HARDWARE WE SELL FOR CASH. TEN PER CENT DISCOUNT OFF ALL REGULAR PRICES. TAYLOR HARDWARE PHONE 761. tlO 5TH ST. S. night at 8 p.m. Nomination of fleers. * All members requested to be present. Visitors welcome. of- the Masonic hall at 7.30. All members of the craft are invited to be present. NOTICE The I. O. O. F. district meeting of district No. G, will be held on the third day of December in the Oddfellows hall at Lethbridge, first meeting called at 2.30 p.m.; third degree members invited to attend. Grand Master Chas. E. Noble, iJTeslding; Edgar Covell, D. D, G. M. 297-G The institution of York Lodge U. D. by M. W. Bro. J. H. W. S. Kemmls, Grand Master G. L. A., A. F,. & A. M, will take place Thursday evening iu A. O. F. Meeting Court Unity, A.O.F., will hold their fortnightly meeting In St. Mary's hail tomorrow (ThiA'sday) evening. Business, initiation and election of officers. The baiKiuet committee of the combined courts are also asked to attend to complete arrangements for the holding of the second annual^hanquet in the Y.M.C.A. on Monday evening next, Dec. 6th. � Man was made to mourn and woman was made to see that hoNloes it. R H E UM ATISM Why~have aches and pains caused by that oldest of complaints, RHEUMATISM, -when $1,00 will buy a bottle of G. G. S. RHEUMATISM DROPS and they sure drop rheumatism. What does G.G.S, mean? Well, if we were allowed to place a meaning or translation for it we should most certainly call it "GREAT GROUCH STOP" r a bottle; it will relievo your puin.s' almost immediately. PHONE 772. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. / IPS Office Supplies AGENTS FOR UNDERWOOD AND REMINGTON TYPEV/RITERS TYPEWRITERS BOUGHT, s'oi^D, RENTED AND REPAIRED " PRINTING AND BOOKBIl^DING EVER ALL'S LIMITED SOUTHARD BLOCK THIRD AVENUE SOUTH 11 ;