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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ISDI50N NORDHElMEfi PIANOS ASSIN1BOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everythlnj MuslcaP 515 Sirest South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD KNAPMAK PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. -1248 FIFTH AVENUE 4, 4 '8 Ooen Till O'Clock TONIGHT Tie KENNY ALLIN Ltd. Phone'14S7 THE PENSLAR STORE Next Dallas Hotel CHERRIES RED CURRANTS Another M tint Chtrries for preserving and Red Currants for Jetty just in this morning. If you would like some order immediately, they will not last long at the price. ROYAL' ANN h crates. Special, per crate------ YELLOW SPANISH the same' AS Royaf Anns. Per 4 basket crate DARK WINDSOR basket crates. Special per ccate............ REO basket crates. Special, per crate................... tyv I v A Full Stock of All Kinds of Sealers, Fruit Jar Rubbers and Sugar to Preserve With. THE GOOD LTD. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HIGH CLASS STORES AT LETHBRIDOE AND TABEH. Advance-Rumely Gas-Pull 15-30 Gas Pull. Rebuilt in first class shaJJe. us. Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. EVERYTHING FOR THE AUTO .MEETINGS Veterans' F. C. Meeting j will be a meeting'of Vet-; emus' football tonight: (Tuesday) ai S o'clock ih Ihe Veteraas' club room. Boys' Welfare Council The regular monthly meeting of-Ihe j Boyc' Welfare Couiicil rWill be held iti t the directors' room'ot the Y. M. C.[ A. Thursday 2Sth. at o'clock'. members kitid- ly make au effori to bo present, Viaduct Lodge, No. O. O. F. The Initiatory- Degree con- ferred tonight at S o'clock-ill the Odd- fellows' hall. Visitors -heartily ruined." Scout Npticet Xo. 7 TJoop will nisei'tomorrow iiight at 7.30. .W. J. Bread is the Cheapest and Best Food TheBiqWhiteLoaf Is Assured By Using PRIDE OF ALBERTA OR MOTHERS FAVORITE Taylor Milling Elevator ..'..'-------COMPANY I Convenience is Ihe worcl which best, describes a Thermos Btfctle Through of a Thermos Bottle it is possible to kocp li- quids hot or ccld for long per-, iods. For this 1 reason a Thermos Bottle Is Just the thins" for'out-. ing trips. Liquids as'You Like Them HOT OR COLD Also PLETE NEW STOCK RED GROSS DRUG ROOK Co., Ltd. Phoni llMNMk VHE WEATHEK Vancouver Kcd Deer Medicine Hat Foremost Macleod Ilegimi AViunipeg Port Arlhur .Calgary'.. Kthnonton l.elhbridge Cardston..... "Swift Current Saskatoon 'Emerson 76 5J 75 52 .OS SO 5 SS 5 SS 5 S3 5 90 6 64 5 S3 S3 S3 SO so SI Fair Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear .Clear. Clear Clear '-Weather past twenty-four hours has been fair and warm throughout the (vest. A few light showers Sn widely scattered sections of the prai- rie 'Provinces. v Forecast 1 fair: auti warm oil Wednesday. Saskatche- fair and today but not quite so warni on Wednesday. Al- fair today z'.lii ou Wed :riesday; not so warm 'in southcru part. George Rice Returning For the Prohibition, PIcbis- cifs in Octsber ANNOUNCEMENTS -Fir; Campbell's ite'illst office-vrHl.lie i.ntil Ausasl lOtli. Miss' C. I. Gcrsner, shampoo and NO Better Bread THAN MODEL BAKERY BREAD At All Orecerj, of PHONE 1175 N. J. SCHWEITZER p treatment, facial massage. Rep esentatlvo for -Marguerite Toilet Pro- ducts. Room 5, Hlginbothara Block, 'hone 739. frlvute stationery, otocea or ID pads- arge asaortm'etit. Prices from 15c up Embosaeil free, Bverall's, Ltd., 3rc Aye. S. Dr. P. W. HIeliaraj, Dentist, fn oral snrgery and diseases of moiuh. Suite 3, Oliver Block. Phone 1199.. Z70_0 Tlie Wfjfis Piano in "he choice o[ tht srtisls. There Is a reason i 192-, Births, Deaths, Funerals Died Preferred by many to olive oil. for medicinal uses. Hail Insurance We are General Agents for Ihe Province for the WEST.ERfl UNDERWRITERS, a Company writing on both note and plan, with assels ej- cepdinc -Agents wp.nied'in unrepresented terri- tory. THE EDGETT AGENCIES Ltd. BlooV, PHONE 651 INSURANCE AND 3ur4.ll.'> a Board Company. Infant son ot Mr. anil Mrs. J. A. Mclntosh, 10th SI. Tlic Rev. Mr. Janes h'clil a short service in T. S. Fetlerly's fiinoral par- lors, this tj.v Inter- meijl in the puhlic cemetery. Ths Canada Gazette of July 17th: contains a fixing day. October next as tbe (late voting ih Alberta-on the'prohibition J question. The defines I .the the voles j "Whereas In asd by: seeHon 15S; of the, Canada Temperance'' be-: ing chapter 15S of-'the Revised Sta- tutes of Canada, -1906, as_amendcd., it is amongst. .thingiin. effect! enacted that upon-the. .receipt--by the Secretary ot Slate of Canada of a iluly certified, a resolution the of any Province in "which there '.iSj nt the time In torc.e.a law prohibltr Ing tbe sale intoxicalnig" ij'iuor for beverage nnritnses. requesting that the votes of Ilio electors iu-allf the electoral distrlcls of the Pro-; may be (alien for and against: the following prohibition, that Is to the importation' and the bringing of Intoxicating Minors inlo i-ucn Province may -be Our Governor-in-Coimcil may Issue a proclamation appointing a" day for the iaWtig of the votes .of'_ ihe electors of pur.b ProvInrT1 for.aoti against such Voting will be by ballot bo between nine o'clock. !n the forenoon and five o'clock in ihe afternoon, The reluming officer? for (he sev- eral electors! districts In Sonihern Al- berla are as follows. How Oeorge Tilrh- ard Bond, of Anicrta. Denny' Clerk of the. Tonri thc'Subjndlciall District of j Calgary Willis Me-1 Ardle of Calgary. Ailx-rd. barrister.! Cfllgary Wesl-Wjiliani I'ieinrair-g' Randall, of Calgary. Albrrin. Agcnl i Edward An-; ihony Rice, ot l-eEhbrldsc-, Alberta.. Barrister. Her.p.' of Macleod.; Alberta. Insurance" Aeenl. i Medlcinp William Henry Hams, of'Medicine Hal. Alberts, IB- turanca Agent. Panipjon of Cflnv; rose. Alberta. Farmer. j The rcsnll "f K-lUr.g tvlll be neclnred on Xov at, 10 a.m. If it Is fiivor prohiMHon such probihilloil Inlc forcn on a date to be fixfMl by Tsdcurn Talcum spells romtort Prevents- charhig in children. r HAVE THEM ALL----- Johnson's RecJ.Cross Baby Powtfer.' jColgates (at! Mennen's Baby. -J 5 ;l Rexall Baby Powder. Rexall VioIel-iiWct. Babcock's Corylopsls- Mennen's artd- Viofct, -Lshn A FinHVRivtris. _Rogers Gallett. .Squibb's CamJtiori. Mary Garden- f, f Jonteel (Fles'h and VEvacfou's Mavis. Vivadou's La Vivadou's VioleUei Rigaud's Lilas de prance. J.D.HIGINBOTHAM CO., LIMITED -Wholesale and'Retail Chfmlj'.i Orugoiili CiTY AND DISTRICT Phonts Trades and'Labor Council Regular fortmglUly meeting will be iielcT Labor Hail tomorrow at eight o'clock.. Import aut business and election bt offlcors. Compensation'Act Payments A complete report covering, tlie ac Jvittes of the V Board of for the past year has-been issued, inltl shows that the Eiim.of was expended in th payment .of claims in the pAivinci during 1S1P, WEis'expendei in administration of jnine rescue wo.rk', anil. I3S.1S1.SO in payment expense's and equipment. You'll enjoy y.our cup of coffee more if the coffee, is freshly ground, because it -will have'the fnl! aroma and strength ,which is usually missing ih coffee that you buy ready ground. Our Cof- fee grinders operate .rapidly a'nd easily and are adjustable to grind fine, medium or coarse. These milk are priced from up v Consumers' Hardware Supply Co y Business Phones: 1212, 1919 Office, 1920 lilackie irant 'S50.000 and High Rivftr Mr Clarke IntlimUeU that It nytiling Ihesej figures were conservii- ive, ns- be :preferred to be ou the nfe side. 'WILL PROVIDE Switzerland, it baa been CBtinialca, could produce almost horse- power electrically ny- liumesslng its FOR HOIKING BANQUETS The city -if '.'to.-liej'.equippcd with its' own (able, semce.'in the shiiue of tea- spoons; arid- forks. At the I council meeting, on it that' whereas there has al- ways been In securing cutlery the city purchase dozen; 100 forts, and 100 kimes 'These be stamped for identification and lent m cusificl> of Ihe store department It decided at tbe niuetlng that Ihe taxes ou BcksCorm Grounds be paid grant proMded by the L A for the purpose On !the'J. recommendation of Fire Chief Wllin-d Bateman and WillardiKlEtcber wera appointed mem- bers of the Brigade In place of Richard Michael Cranuej DEERING FARM. MACHINERY FULL LINE OF -REPAIRS KEPT ON HAND AGENT FOR LOUDEN HAY UNLOADING TOOLS AND BARN EQUIPMENT FRED COLOREN COAL-DALE M.cney for Alberta '-A remiltarice will be coming, Inio.'.tlie provincial Ireas ury almost: immediately, in the way pf a refund from: tbe-federal chest. It will-lie ou. account of ilefanlts 'in connection with the the, Grand Trunk Pacific branch lines whicli were guaranteed by the. province, advice having just been received by Hon. C: K. Mitchell from the finaucc department, at Oua wa that the federal .authorities are now prepared to make a refund. St, George's Football Club line-up of the Saints sigainst the C- V. H, Wednesday iiighi is as follows: Firth Nesbitt Holbcrton lUcezc Lush Uucliaii Kaunctr Draper C- Pearson Go To Ibe Graham Motor Co. If You Want Service This you hear-from oui1 satisfied cus- go. BUY STUDEBAKER If You Want Continuous Satisfactory Service. GRAHAM MOTOR CO. LIMITED Itcserves Coffey, Pearson, phlett. WESTBROOKBROS. The Sanitary Barber Shop 6th Oppo'jitfi Bank Montreal UNDERfAKINC MACKAY PARLORS SOS Third Avenue 1802 Qiieenslnml I colleges attend ti fifioftn liy adout S.OOO stu- 1 YOUR GpODS We prices t pay fon hlglicst cash l rcUirn, l.ETHDRIDGE FUR HIDE, PELT LTD, Office phono 799, Residents 325 Referancn: Standard Bank Salvation Army Meetings at Tabcr In connection with Hie Army :it Taher, good spirittial' rneGtiiis'- lielrt" lisle LfeiiteTiJinl Brctl.-LiCyl. ami Sfster Mrs, Claiihain asslEtecl the officer in charge, Lieut. JJatlersby. On yniurduy large crowds woru .ittraclcd by -iTirec open- Airs. The Sunday BRrvtces all day rfi or f glit nntl profitable to nil. In rndtling 'dose upon forly pcoplc listened to the short address oT the officers ond comrades speaknif; The solos ami sotigs were mi inspfratioi] to thn tieojiEe present. Lieutenant llaitcrshy