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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EDISON PHONOGRAPHS NORDHEIMErt PIANOS ASSINIB01A MUSIC CO., LTD. 'Everything MuslcaV tn Strew South Phone 1545 E LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD KNAPHAM PLUMBING AND HEATING CO, FIFTH 'AVENUE FOR THE BABY FEEDING BOTTLES WYG1EA -ALLENBURY'S' R1GO PERFECT ION FOODS HORLiCK'S AtLENBURY'S MELLINS SENDERS TALCUMS- .Johnson's Colgate's SOAPS Infant's Of Tight Own Miss Dainty ALSO Comforters Nipp'es Brush's CASTOR-IA SYRUP OF FIGS GRIPE WATER Tte KENNY Ltd. THE PENSLAR STORE Phcrte 1W7 Next Hotel Advance-Rumely Gas-Pull TRACTOR 15-30 Pull. Rebuilt in first shage. Guaranteed by us. Special Price Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. EVERYTHING FOR THE AUTO Bread is the Cheapest and Best Food TheBigWMeLoaf Is Assured By Usitiff PRIDE OF ALBERTA OR MOTHERS' FAVORITE Taylor Milling Elevator COMPANY ANNOUNCEMENTS Campbell's lUntist office will he i.ntll Auaust 10th'. NO Better Bread THAN MODEL BAKERY BREAD. At All Grocers, or .PHONE'1175 N J. Ycu will he proud to serve it with It makes Better Dressings. Hail Insurance We arc 'Oonejal lor Hie -Province {or the WESTERN UNDEHWRITERS, a Company .writing ou holh uola on I cash plan'.'with assets ex- ceeding 5I25.00U.OOO. Agents in unr'epresenlert tcrrl'' lory. THE E00ETT AGENCIES Ltd. Bto.k, Ltthbrltfii I INSURANCE AND Be 8ur. IV, j SonrJ Company. Prlrato stationery, -owes or In pads- ge assortment. Prices from 16c up Bmboaaed free. Brerall's, Ud., 3rd ?Tfl- 3. i38_Q Dr. f. W. -RIchartB, Dentlat, apedil- in oral surge 17 and diseases of tin Suito 3, Oliver Block Phone lm 270-0 "Willis" the piano used IIT royalty iind leading arlisls when visitiri; Can- nna. Henr this instrument at the or girla at the Girl Guid Camp who wish to visit thi! camp may oo- so on Saturday and Sunday attar- noons, but at no olher lime. By order ot the committee.. Dorothy a Orav secretary. MACKAY PARLORS EOi Third Avenue WESTBROOKBROS. .The'Sanitary Barber Shop 6th St., Opposite Bank Montreal DEER1NG FARM MACHINERY A FULL LINE OF REPAIRS' KEPT ON HAND AGENT FOR LOUDEN HAY UNLOADING TOOLS AND BARN EQUIPMENT FREDCOLOREN COALDALE RAISINS A GOOD AND A CHEAP FOOD i STOCK BOUGHT AT THE R PRICE AND FOR A SHORT TIME AND vo VERY LOW P RtCES- COMPARE THIS WITH OTHER AND YOU WILL FIND A. CONSIDERABLE SAVI NG WILL FOOD brands. 11 ti. pkls., each 15 01. pMs., each 25 lb. boxes, each All No. 1 quality. _ 20c ..................25e JS.50 imported from Smyrna.- Per SEEDLESS All No.' I quality: 2 packages for 456 13 packages for.................... 55c and a very (ire' quality, 2 Ibs. for 55c In 10 lb. lots, per Ib. 26c- PRESERVING cxpe ct another lot in about Friday. These are shipped .to us direct from the packers in British -Columbia'' and price Vnd quality are guaranteed. THE GOOD CO., LTD., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HIGH CLASS GROCERS-STORES AT'j-ETHSRIDOE AND TABER. Several Lethbridge People Were; in Attendance at Big j Event in Calgary Field men and. members of: the nursing staff of the Metropolitan Lite: gathered Saturday night in the'l'al-i liser hotel, Calgary, tor their.forty- fourth annual convention. These rep- resentatives were chiefly troni. Sas- katchewan and Alberta., and. Haley! Fiske. of New York, president ot the j was the chief speaker. Lieutenant-Governor H. G. Brett- also j spoke.- j Mr. Fiske reviewed extensively the! work of the company in ..Us many- branches. The subject of his talk! was of I The Metropolitan Tlske' pointed out, was the first' company to introduce the mutual-system, anil was responsible for' its 'subsequent adoption by other companies. -There] are no shareholders in. the the property of holders." Its total amount ont-l standing insurance Is larger than that uf any .other-com-1 pauy in the world, while tue amount! of-industrial insurance paid- for> in! 1919 was In Canada-the i company's -the1 amount paid out to policy, holders, 'and to Canadians for expenses, exceeds reeeiv-, ed in premiums from Canadian policy holders.' y.. In its welfare work the: company] was especially concerned''in the motion of health among the classes. All policy "holders were eii-' titled to: an'annual'me'dical esaniina-i Uon free, while in .resp-Brt lo j'uiltis-v trial class insurance the company j maintained UE- own large..-.nursing] staff. .In the Uuitedj.States sail .Can-: ada Metropolitan nurses in 1919 putd'- visits free of. charge, la' f 000 sick industrial, while In Canada alone siicu'j visits were j Perhaps striking' figures related to Ihe reduction in mortality which has been'brought ni result of the company's health'policy.: General mortality of policy holders be- r Uvecn the ages of S and M years been reduced in a period of eight years! by 17.3 per cent.. .The reduction in: typhoid has been 69 per cent.; i disease over 25 per cent., iiii HrightV disease over 25 per infec- tions diseases over ncr cent. In general 'reduction and in each case of disease, thin Is far greater-than the reduction shown by statistics of i the re'glstration area of the United Slates. j The three eventualities nio'sl feared by humanity, said ness and accident, unemployment and death. Provision has been made for insurance against sickness, accident and death, and the company made effort to Introduce unemployment iu- ance commissioners, on the ground! i mat it socialistic, would not permit its adoption. -Among the tuesls from" all parts of Alberu were Aid. Khouldice (acting Mrs. Gale. P. Burns, Mr. Sellars. acting deputy superintendent of. insurance; A. M.. Peters; malinger of the Hank of Montreal: C. K. manager of the Hank of Com- merce; J: Mmitlfe, Mr. Allison. Miss Tilley. president of the nursing mis- sion, J.ethbrtdgc; ex-Mayor sinunU, Major Lee Itedmnn, rapt. liev. lioherl f'earsori. Dr. Stanley, M.L A B. S. medical examiner for the company; Dr. j. V. Convenience is the wordywhich best describes 1 Thermos Bottle Through the use of a Thermos Botlk- it is possible (o keep II- ijuids hot "or .ccld for long per- iods. v For this reason a Thermos 'Bottle is just tub'. tiling for out- ing Irips. Liquids as You Like Them HOT OR: COLD Also 'PICNIC B'ASKETS COM- STOCK RED CROSS DRUG BOOKcCo., Ltd. 6J4 1 f InrlMk' VHB WEATHEK Vancouver 7S 52 Kamloops SO r8 rdniontou 72 45 7S Carditon 86 47 11 etbbrnige SI 49 Keslna ge 47 I Prince SO 52 Portage P. S4 54 .03 Pentlcton 87 52. Nelson 17 45 Calgary ___ SO 48 Medicine Hat 96 56 The weather the past twenty-four hours has been fair and warm through- out the whole west with little or no rain. west fair and warm and ori Thursday. Talciim AJ Talcum spells comfort for Hot: Weather. Prevents chafing in children. HAVE THEM ALL------ Johnson's Red Cross' Baby v Baby Powder. Rexafl Baby Powder. Rexall Violet Duke. Bafacoek's Corylopsis. Mennen's Boratid'anrf Violet. Lenn Fink's Riveris. Rogers Gullett. Squlbb's Carr.atlon. Mary Garden. Jonteel (Flesh and i V.ivadou's Mavis. 'Vlvadou's La Bohem'e. Vivadou's _ Rlgaud's Lilaslde France., J.D.HIGINBOTHAM CO., LIMITED WholeiaFe and Retail CnemTiU Alberta's Oruagjftti Sron Phones Fair Cloudy I Clear i Clear C'ear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Cloudy Clear MiNE'LABORER ff KILtEO AT COMMERCE CITY AND DISTRICT Deputy Minister Here1 U: C. minister of puWic works, is in the cily for the Irrigation .convention. Cricket Challenge The-I.ethbridge Kentish association Cucket cha'ieng-- anj othe cpn cty or City XI -lo a niati-h, date nud place to be arranged! B: llagell, care of Despatch Prinlibg Co.. Sec. Our tools are welcome companions to careful and experienced workmen. Particularly, when a man has a job requiring very careful attention, does he appreci- ate dependable tools that give real service. Careful workmen are steady customers of this storei because' they have'proven by experience that our tools can be depended upon to meet all the requirements expected of them. You'll get a lot 61 tool satisfaction by select-' ing here. Also Idols 'for the man at modest i i Consumers' Hardware Supply Co y Business Phones: 1212, 1919V" l Office, 1920 A mine laborer Tvas killed on top of 'Ibe Xhiiiubk Coal Co.'s mine at Commerce todaj His name js S. Bacceda. An inquest is being-held aV 130 Wednes- idaj- afternoon. MEETINGS G W V, A'Executive A metlmg of the executive of the OWVA. will at 0 o clock eiening Charges Withdrawn At the citv police court on Wedn-s day the charge against Chimman, j Charlie HOB for using abjsue lan guage to Constable Alford el the city 01 police was withdrawn is, also I counter charges made b> the China I man for assault and b id language I against the policeman. The. charges were the "suit of the arrest of Hon, following what took place in Galti Gardens when, according to the police. I he was told to off the gra-s. Director of Reclamation" EC- R Drake, director of reclamation. Ottawa, accompanied by U. W. Hays of Medicine Hat, reached the "city'to- rt U after a motor triit through the Canada Land Co.'s irrigated will remain in the city until tbe'lrri- gallon convention concludes. probably the'oldest Oild'- fellow in Canada, died at Prpckville, aged nearly S3. Myrtle Lodje No 3 lo the Irrigaiion Conference session in K P Hal! jfegular to Births, Funefal Rav. and Mrs. Ripper a daughter, July 27, 1920. 193-: The Presbyterian congregation a' Fingal jhave presenle'dotheir .pastor Rev. J. Anthony, automobile YOUR US! We will pay yqn-htghest cash prices chocii by LETHBRIDGF HIDE. PELT Office S2S Rcfaranci: Stiniard' Bink t> IKVESTIGATED PASS RAILWAY SERVICE v Superintendent Colm Mac- of the Uthbridge Di- vision, C.P.K., spent yesterday on the Crow's Xest subdivision. Ho wns accompanied by-A. G., inspector for the Uoard of flailway Commission- crs. On Ihe trip Mr. Sltlmmick met delegations at a number of tile lon-ns and look up with Ihcm the question of the rail- v way sen-Ice on that branch. No announcem'enl as to the-find- ings will bo made until passed upon by Ihe railway bosrd. 4 Tie Graham Motor Co. 1( Yau x WahtServfce S r JTOU hear from oiir satisfied tomers wherever you go. BUY A STUDEBAKER If You Want Continuous Satisfactory; Service. MOTOR CO. UiTETJ Follelt, Dr. Francis. I'. G. Leaner, sup- erinlenilent. ond l.ynn C'ox. i third vice-president; .lames K.- Kn'v- anagti, third Harry. I II. Kay, superintendent of agenciu.i. i Among-the'district superintendents present were John Knrrltigtbn. Lcth-l T. If. Lumby, ItcKina; j .lames H. Kdgclt, Edmuiiloii; -Kdward} II. llmisc, Mooae Jaw. Fire at B.C.. destroyed the Currie-AVillianis a store, the manager's residence and about 40 houses occupied liy Japanese cm- ptoyces. FRESH VEAJL, BEEF, MUTTON, PORK, SPRING LAMB FOWL THIS WEEK 'All tfic choicest from the farms of .Southern Alberta. R. COULTRY PHONE 492 "OUR BEST FLOUR" Why worrj'about bake day when you can call your grocer by 'phone and have a sack of "OUR flour put in your Hour chest within an hour? When using "OUR BEST" it is a pleasure to bakn, as it is so easy to handle and the result is always assured, .Your grocer always handles "OUR BEST" be- cause he is sure it will give satisfaction. ELLISON MILLING ELEVATOR CO., LTD The Paint Brush or The Scrubbing Brush, Which? The of the duMy carpel, tba 'din; floor ana i-r SPECIAL FLOOR PAIHT- rk iltlo o r noorn, H quickly. IlVi aHr.nmMfc.Wn i PAINTS Are th-j rirlit p-iints lo nMiit ilglit. for Color Cards Hick-Seh! Hardware Co. GENERAL HARDWARE, PLUMBING AND HEATINO JUST ARRIVED LARGE ASSORTMENT OF FILING CABINETS and up _ Underwood, RemIHgtort, Royal, Oliver and 'Empire- Typewriteri From ant! up PRINTERS AND BOOK-BINDERS EVERALUS LIMITED SOUTHARD BLtCk TKIRO AVINUI ;