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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EDISON PHONOGRAPHS NORDHEIUEii PIANOS ASS1NIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything S15 Street South Phcn: LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. FIFTH AVENUE S. SUNDAY HOURS 2 to 4 7 to 9 Phone 1487 The KENNY ALL1N Co., Ltd TMS FENtLAR N.rt Dtllu Values That Will Appeal To You! One 6 Cylinder Chalmers, 19 Model. One 6 Cylinder Studebaker, 18 Model. Two 4 Cylinder Baby Grands, 18 Model. One 4 Cylinder Royal Mail, IS Model. One 490 Chevrolet, 19 Model One Ford with ton attachment. One Light Ford Truck, 17 Model Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. SEEDING TIME soon be with, us and we arc open to bok after your wants. We all the >est Seed Merchants' Catalogues on hanl and Farmer's can have their wants sup- plied by us at Catalogue prices. Let us order your seeds for you and save you'the trouble of sending away for them. Any orders entrusted to us will have our care- ful attention. i WEE MacGREGOR SEED POTATOES, A SPLENDID LOT JUST PER 100 LB. SACK HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO., LTD. Food tozrd license No. SK) ANNOUNCEMENTS- j Have seen the''new combined adding inacbine aotl cash register? Prico f U'5.00. KreraU's. Ltd., 3rd Ave. South. ALBERTA STOCKGROWER5 A cordial Inrltatftm is extended to you by She Montana Slock Growers' Association lo attend the annual meeting which Is to bo held at Bill- ings, Montana, on April 20 Bnfl 2ist. A special train will leave Great Falls after the arrival there of (be bridge train on the Reservation on this trairi; which, will be' held at Billings during the meeting'tor tha use of the passengers, may be had by applying to V. Van do'Pulte, Great Tails. (Signed) D. W. retary. Funeral Notice Lethbridge, on March 20th, Joshua Davis, aged GO' years. Funeral, in charge of JIacKay Bell, will lake place' at the Knoi church on Monday afternoon, March 25nd, at 2.30 o'clock. Rev. A. H. Denoon olfi- ciatinB. Interment in public ceme- tery. Headaches From Slight Colds IjAXATIVB BROMO QUININE Tab- lets relievo the Headache by curiag the Cold. A tonic laxative and germ destroj'er. Look for signature B. GP.OVB on Loi. SVc. HENS Twenty Lsying Hens for Sale at Each. !621 Sixtsenth Street North Dr. P. W. Richards, Dentist, special- ist in oral surgery and disvusts'of the mouth. Suite 3, Oliver Block. Phone, 119S. A dance will he held in the K. of P. hall on Saturday. March 201U, North Lethbridge orchestra -in' attendance.! Gents ladies free. Everybody j welcome. Will-Be Increased as Result Of Sfrathcona Trust Fund Board It is especial Hint the number ol prizes to. be offered for cadet corps this summer will he greatly increased over previous.years, says a statement Issued by the Alberta committee in chargo of the SlraUicona Trust fund. This comihit'tco' has Just been reor- j and is now composed of J. D. I Higginbothanv of Lethbridge; J. T. deputy minister of education: G. Prod supervisor o( schools, Edmonton; IJ.-Col. M. B. Pea- cock anO Lt.-Col. G. S. Robinson. Jl.C., ot Calgary and Lt.-Col. Nelson Spenc- 8TEIIH COfll We are handling steam coal this year and will be glad to quote on same by letter; or call at our of- fice for prices and terms. First Floor, Sherlock Building McFnRlMDlUIBERGo. Wholesale Only Lelhbridgc AlberU cr, D.S.O., M.P.P., of Medicine as the military members. Hat, Tbe statement adds that through- out the province there is a growing interest in the physical training of both boys and girls. Since taking over the command-of M.D. No. 13, Brigadier-General A. 11. Ucll, C.M.G., D.S.O., has devoted a great deal o[ attention to cadets. By virtue of liis appointment as C.O.C., lie is chair- man of the Stralhcona Trust in this province. The secretary of the [unit is Major L. Miller, D.S.O. Administrative Work The administrative work of the p Strathcona Trust, fund is performed 'by the militia authorities without ci- .penso to tho funci. The members ot A dance will ue held in -Burgraann's hall, 13th St. N.. every Saturday. Mrs. Brasseau's orchestra in attendance. Dancin'g from S to 12 p.m. Genls ladies free. R. Burgiuann in charge. Just For The Joy Of It There are many logical reasons why you should get out-of-doors during the bright, spring days. But, the one .with the greatest appeal is that of Picture Mak- it embodies trie, best form of exercise and real joy. Buy A KODAK and make a start in the art now. Anyone can make good pictures with a the cost is too small for consideration. Full Line of Kodak Supplies I M j We do Developing and. Print ing and Make a Specialty of Prompt Service. The Red Cross Drug Book Co. Ltd ShorlocfcRiilding Phone 555 Buy your seed at Home this Spring; not an ounce of list Muon'i In our new and and from luch 'Mftll-known frowcn at Mc- Kerule Brot., J, Ltd., and D. M. Ferry Company. You wtll find our In many lower than catalogue tigurai and; In no caw higher. Garden ,-Toole ,of all klnda Includinj hi'ndy wrml raket. and all the email artlclee Liuilly kjpt flrtt-dau hardware 'ynint your us a- chance to prove thtt we merit it. Consumers' Hardware Supply Co. ,1212, 1J19 Office, 1920 ELECTRIC DEP1. 'Miss Chrissie I. Gardner gives sham- poo, stalp treatment and facial ruas- sage, by appointment at ladies'.own' homes or at SOI Ave. A, South.' Phone 1055. j 'Good Xight, .good "Cuilud" love song, rendered on-Vic- tor No. 216088, by the Peer- less Quartet. Willis Pianos, Ltd., 707 3rd Ave. S. There are some good rallies in tires to-be.liail at Ritchie's Vulcanizing on. Choice retreads and some re- paired ones. All sizes. See tor your- self. R. D. Ititchic, 20S 13th St. S. Dance In the K. P. Hall on Monday night. The Cannoneers Jazz Band will hold their usual weekly dance on Monday night. CHINESE IN TROUBLE As the result of two raids maile byj the city police, in the ChineEc quar-l tsr, twenty-two Chinamen appeared be-1 fore Magistrate irivln, on Saturday! morning, charged with running and fre-' quenting a common gaming house. A haul ot all Ihe paraphernalia was, made, which included a mat used 03 I a fan-Ian table and the stock in trade i for running "chuck a-lucK." And "No j saveo" was all that could be' elicited i from a Chinese caught in the committee give their services free I Eame alleged to have been going on. ianii act in an advisory capacity wcro put to him by Tho ilog i the police. To their consternation ho .A full line of Neilson's Chocolates in bulk and packages .arrived, this morning. They are very tempt- ing. J.D.HIGINBOTHAM CO., LIMITED Wholesale, and Retail Chemiin Alberta's Pioneer Druggiiti Tfte Phones CITY AND DISTRICT Adjutant Hardy Conducts Special Services All day tomorrow, Simdav, Import- ant gospel addresses will be given'by the adjutant. In the night's meeting the officer will give for his subject "The Great White Throne." All are welcome to all the services. Card of Thanks The Major Jack Tloss chapter, I. O. D. E. wishes to thank all the ladies who so kindly donated cakes Tor their dance, also tho Tciril 1 Floral Com- pany, Frachc Brothers, Geo. Kerr Co., N. J. Schweitzer, Mr. Shaw Ihe P. Burns Company, also those ladles who took part, in the musical program, t Speaks at "Y" Sunday, The Rev. U. B. Cragg will speak to tho Christian T-eague on Sunday at the Y. M. C. A. in the auditorium at 3 There will he the usual song service, solo. Bible reading and ad- dress and all men are cordially Invit- ed, as arc aUo the ladles. I Boy Scouts' Notice Xo, 4 Boy Scouts are ashed'to meet at the morning service tomorrow morning. No. 3 troop aro asked to meet at the Balmoral Block on 5th St. after Sunday school In the after- noon. P. H. Booth, Scout Master, t rprmrUflhiA -i r> ri Tho iety HEAVY SEED OATS Sunday Concert Lclhbrldgc Philharmonic Hoc- give their third Sunday even Commissioner Eadfe's Visit Lethbridge and the local corps of the Salvation Army will be honored a visit on Wednesday, March 24th Commissioner Eatlio, Territorial Comander of the .rmy wrk for f Ins couccrt ln lhc Majestic theatre to- Astern Canada. H being the first Unloading Now. Special Prices From Uir. POTATOES 100 Tons Suitable for Seeding or Table. Gold Coin, Ohio, Burbank and Other Early VarJelles, F. 0, HYDE CO. PHONE 1 fides administering the funds, j Brant province is ly on a percentage has! act i whom hc'groete7 in go'od at nine o'doci; A olTiclal visit of this houore.l leader to Inallr cnrolini and trained English, aa it happened lhat they had "ri" "no program will be this city great interest Is ho ng taken The education department ot (h J 1'cen at tho High schoul logcther. The i offerf' win w''" i by the soldiers and Mends of the Sal- I province, through iU ofSs decide Chlpamnn having thu., given j vallon The !upon tlie standar'da ot efficiency in i an-ay turned lo tbe chief wish j Had Surplus