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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TbyORBdYSANDmfOO Make It a toy Christmas and you make It a happy Christmas for yoUlig�(Eei?i. /^e are Bl^o^^ tof/boys and girls, meclianlcal toy�,'Wo6d^blodca/builders, constructib^^ and ever so matfy other, thliigBi-sort of a speciar department and requires special attention on .your part If you Avant to make'the youngsters' Christmas happy and content. j The Stdies 1^ Co., Ltd. DRUGGISTS AND 8T|prib>JP.R8 NEXT DALLAS HOTEL : ' v > PHONE 1487 4^ A BUSY -END We expect tO"be very busy on Satm-day and ij^e.advise sending iii, ypw orders early which enables lis to give everybody li-8V0RCS AT. LBTHBRIDQC AND TAPER (SvlYoorBabyBoyaHbblqr He wUd-enloy many a long tide ' on one of tlitose Btrong, hatidibme � wooden horiseB.' They're finely shaved and strongly piit together. ' ^e trimmings ahd the fine pahit-ing and coloring make them un-usually attrBCtiye, and handsome- ' bound ,tip make iMm happy and dance wJthvgleeif SEE OUR WInDOW DISPLAY aa4 sn^ll d^ibllt ydll hold aiiy article untSI Superfluous;, hair permanently removed by electric ueedle. Room 3^ Higinbotliam Block. .\a"Y the highest MARKtTTRlCE  That's whv OUR foyil^a^t all NICE* NEVER BELIEVE IN DOING THINGS half -way. We know that our customerp waat Ihe best poultr>' as well as the best of other maats. We purchase only the tenderest best-conditioned birds and you can feel sure when you purchase a fowl l>f us that you have taken the first atep toward a happy dinner party.. /^berta Meat Market R. Coultry. Phone 492. .GRAIN INSURANCE Grain Storage in Bins and Granaries on Farms FIRE RATES, PER $100 1 Month .................. 20c 2 Montils ................. 30c 3 Months ................ AOc 4 Months ,.....K......... 50o 5 Months ................. 60o 6 Months .................70e The EbGETT Agencies Limited Balmoral Bloclc^ Lethbridge PHONE 651 Insurance and Loans Be Sure it's a Board Company FARMERS DP ALBERTA Attend a practlcW demonstration of the world famous Cleveland Tractor (caterpillar type) at .the Suggltt farm, half mile east of Coaldale, tomorrow, Saturday, Dec. 4th, at 1.30 p.m. This much talked of Tractor will be in operation, plpugjiing. With disc and mould board ploughs, discing etc. Demonstration in charge- of H. J. Rowaii, district organizer,, iieth-bridge Hotel. 548 MEETINGS NOTICE The I. O. O. F. diBti id meeting of district No. 6. will be held on thethird day of December In the Oddfellows hall at Lethbridge, first meeting called at 2.30 p.m.; third 'degree members invited tp attend. Grand Master Chas. E. Noble, presiding; Edgar Covell, D. D. G. M. 297-G The St. Augustln's church council meets tonight in the parish hall as usual at 8 o'clock,...... The Ku Klux Klan meets tonight' in Wesley hall at 7 p.-nj. � No -gymnasium class will be held because of the- debate in Central School Auditorium, but will be held at a date fixed at the business meeting tonight. Scout Notice Scout Troop teams eutered for the First Aid Contest are reminded of the meeting tonight at 7.30 in the Board of Trade building. T. H, Booth| Asst^ Com. COSTA RICA ENTERS LEAGUE GENEVA, Dec. 3.-The League of Nations committee'on the'admission of new states today reeonun^uded unanimously the admission of. C'osja Rica into the league as a soverel^i state. Thirteen countries' havtf : recognized Iho de jure government,of Costa Rica, it was pointed out. The message on the average Christmas Card is piffle. Brows6 through ours-^you'll find they ring true with a "straight - from - the -Jieart" message of cheer and good will. They are modest in price. Select your Greeting Cards with name imppnted as the time ei-ows short. A wide field of selection. J.D.HIGINBOTHAM & CO., LIMITED Wholesale and Re'tall Chemists . The Star* Phones 322-1515 Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada VHE WEATBEK Cloudy Rain Clear VaJicouvor ........ 60 43 Victoria ....>.'.... 48 44 Edmonton........ 30 18 Calgary .......... CO 22 Medicine.Hat ....... 50 30 Cloudy Lethbridge .... ... 44 37 .Clear Moose Jaw ........ 49 24 Clear Saskatoon........ 38 27 Clear Reglna ........... 38 22 Clear' Winnlpag......... 30 28 Cloudy Port Arthur....... 33 ,24 Rain The weather the past twenty-four hours has been generallr cloudy and mild in the whole west. Forecast ' All west mosUy fair and n)ild today and on Saturday. ' CITY AND DISTBICT This Collina Studio . The Collins* Studio Is doi^g business at 9�6 Srd Avenue South; where the Smith Studio was formerly located. Buy Sliver drill C. C Moore and C. L. Laperruauo have purchased the^ Silver Grill from J. M. Miller and will continue ' the business. Business Phones: 1�12, 1919 y Officci 1920 mm Had better leave their order early as the sv|)ply is i , limited; ' ^ > 1 _ JThe LaiNge, $7.50; Small, $4.75.' : mwk VE ARE PROMPT WE ARE CARgFUL GIri Guides No. 3 company Girl Guides Jr. will meet at Mrs. A. B. Stafford's house at 9 a.m. Saturday to start, for the hike. Bring your lunch. Vi^it of Major Goodwin Commencing tonight in the Salvation Army citadel Major Alice Goodwin, assisted by her secretary, Capt Saunders, will continue a week^a campaign In connection wlfh the world-wide Salvation Army incfve-ment "Seek to Save." The Major is an old officer of 32 years standing. She and the captain are good speakers. The corps officers, Adjutant Hardy and Lieut. Ede extend a most hearty welcome to the Major's meet-lUngs. � ^ Births, Deaths, Funerals Blrthfc Deaths, Ft!neral Notices, Cards of Thsnks, In Memorlam, car ried In this column at 10 cents per line, each Insertion, minimum SOc, payable In advance. nFUNERAL * SPENCER--The funeral of the late Percy Clarence Spencer will take place from Fetterly's parlors on Saturday at 3 p.m. Rev.. Capt. Denoon will oificiate. Interment will be in the public cemetery. IN MEMORIAM In loving remembrance of , Mrs. Francis Campbell Emery^, who died December 3rd, 1919. One year has passed since that sad day When one we loved was called away. God took her home, it was hla will, But in our hearts she llveth still. j We MtUe thought her time so short, ' We never saw her die. We only know she closed her eyes And never said good-bye. Inserted by her husband and family. 301-1 onStoves and To dear $121.50 $85. High oven ranges with reservoir and polished top...... Columbia range, high closet, reservoir and polished top .... Columbia range, high closet and (gQ"! A A polished top, square......... . |tDO JLeVU Olympia range, high closet with (J'J^^ QQ reservoir IT PAYS TO DEAL AT TAYLOR HARDWARE WE SELL FOR CASH. TEN PER CENT DISCOUNT OFF ALL REGULAR PRICES. tAYLOR HARDWARE PHONE 761. SIc 5TH ST. 8. THE PERFECT SHAVE Stcllled Barbers, Sterilized Tools, Clean Linen. WESTBROOK BROS. 6th St. Opp. Bank of Montreal. CARD OF THANKS Mr. p. K. Peever and daughter, Mrs. J. C. Hubbs, brothers and sisters, desire to thank their many j friends for the kindness shown them in their sad bereavement, and also for the beautiful floral tributes sent. 301-1 SACKS! Car just uiiloaded. Full assortment for Grain or Potatoes F. 0. HYDE & CO. ?nd Ave Phone i244. "OUR BEST ROUr Why worry about bake day when you can call your grocer by phone and have a 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 so easy to handle and the result Is always assured. Your aroeeV always handles "OUR BEST" because he is sure it will s've satisfaction. Ellison Milling and Elevator Co., Ltd. CHOCOLATES We sell a treat many chocolates. Why? Because our stock Is always freadi and when the public want fresh cholocates they come to us for them; and that, too, is the reason why they are fresh. We turn our stock so often that they cannot help but be iresh. We have a new stock in almost every week. We have all sizes and prices. When you are very particular that you get fresh chocolates, come to the Frank Hedley Drug Co. and we will guarantee you a box of fresh chocolates. THE FRANK HEDLEY PHONE 772, PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. Funeral at High Rlyer nigh River Times:-Annie, beloved wife of Mr. R. J. Sharp, of Milk River, was called to her etem&l home at vhe early age of thirty-four, from the Lethbridge Hospital, after'a week's illness. She leaves two children, aged six years and three mpntli.s, respectively and a devoted husband, brother of Mrs. R. A. Green of High River, also father and mother, two sisters and four brothers to await the re-unlon when the clouds have .cleared away. The service, conducted by Rev. E. L. Leenian, pastor of the Baptist *buvch, assisted by Rev. C. E. Rogers of the Methodist cliurch, was held at the home of Mr. R. A. Green at three o'clock on Tuesday, November. 23rd, and the remains were laid to i-est in the High River cemetery. 'Mr. Sharp has the sincere sympathy of the entire district in bis sad loss. New Secretary * Barbers today are congratulating themselves on having as secretary, Joe Buchau. This appointment was niacin at a recent meeting of the barbers' union. Is Now Sergeant Dulsctlve-Corporal Ferguson, of lliy II.CM.P., has been raised to the rank of sergeant. It Office Supplies agents for underwood and remington typev;riters typewriters bought, sold, rented and repaired PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING EVERALL'S LIMITED SOUTHARD BLOCK THIRD AVENUE SOUTH ;