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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ECSSON PHONOGRAPHS NORDHEIMEK PIANOS A5S1NIBOIA MUSIC LTD. "Everything Musical'1 315 6th Street South LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. FIFTH AVENUE S. Open Till O'Clock TONIGHT The KENNY ALLIN Co., Ltd 7H3 MNiLAR Ollllt Good Apple Good Apples are hard to.get at this time o f the year. We have some dandy ones just .in; all winter variety and we intent', putting them on SPECIAL for ,1 few clays. Fine Assortment Winesapj, Wintev Bananas, Spitzehbevgs, etc. No. 1 s, per case............ No. 2s, per Apples like these arc worth and a case wholesale today. chock liy return. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT FUR. CO., LTD. Ofiic; phone 759. Resident; S25 ncle-tncs: Slar.dard Bank i ii iiin 11 iniMiii.n..i....i_ fester lujiestlons Chickens, Rabbits, i Table Napkins, Greeting Cards. NEW FICTION Zane Grey's New Novel "A Man of the Forest" A story of love, daring and adventure. Net THE TWENTIETH CENTURY BOOK STORE UNffiRTAKlNC MACKAY and BELL Jrd Avint'e 1Mt ALBERTA STOCKGROWERS A cordial Inviiatton is extended to you by the Montana Slock Growers' Association to atlend the annual I meeting which is to bo held at Bill- lings, Montana, on April 20 and 2Ut. j A special frafn Trill' leave' Great Falls I after the 'nrrival there, of the Leth- bridge train on the 19th'. Reservation j on this train, Jvhicli.Tvill held at Billings during the meeting lor tlio UEe of the passengers, may be had by applying to F. Van de Tutle, Oreat Falls. (Signed) D..TV. Raymond, Sec- retary. 72-3S 4th Avs, Phone 813 THE SANITARY BARBER SHOP WESTBROOKBROS. Bsvbcrs. Bank o[ Montreal Dr. P. Riclinrds, Dentist, special- ist In oral surgery and diseases of Ihn mouth. Suile Z, Oliver Block. I'lionc 1133. Rownifee's English, Confecjions Black Ciurant licbntt Aworted Fru'rt Clear Glycerine Menthol, and Eucalyptus Just Bulk There are some good values in tires lo tie had at Ritchie's Vulcanlzlns Shop. {Choice retreads and some re- paired ones. All fiizea. Seo for your- self. H. D. 203 I3lh St. S3. J.D.HIG1NBOTHAM CO., LIMITED Wholesale and Ritail AlberU'3 Plonesr Druggltti J'rorti Phones I Holtteln Brlngi Big Price cows aro fetching good prices these days as shown by the price of fits'-brought In at an auction sale in Hardicvllle held by Frank Waddlpg- ton, the auctioneer. Registered cows haVe'commanded a bigger it is true, but tho animal sold was an ordin- ary unregistered Holsteln. Sixth Contest The few entries in the Sixth Con- test did lint measure up to the stand- ard-set in tho first five, only one hav- ing merit, enough to be considered worthy of a prize. Sirs. T. Taylor. Gen. Del., Lethbridge.'fs asyarded first prize. This contest was probably a little more difficult than the others and it is hoped contestants will have belter luck nerl time. Obituary AI1GARYSALE Eighty-Five Animals Entered in Bull Show and Owners Are i A dance will be held lij.thc K. of P. j bail Tuesnsy. March 23rd! Dancing from 9 to 1. Mrs. Brasscau's orchestra In attendance. SO-2 Death. Notice of pneumonia at; neii.1, March 2Ist. Herbert Dc- lany, 19 ycfira of age, son of O. H. 1'. Dcliiux, of Ibis cily. Knn- cral Ki-rangcmenti svill be later. S7-1 LOANS See us hefore applying else- wljoro, 'Whellier loan Is on dry or irrigated laud. Wo nr. lake care o( your needs. THE EDGETT AGENCIES Ltd. Bllmortl Block. PHONE 651 INSURANCE AND LOAN) B? San It's a Board Company. WE HAVE 25CARS EASTERN TIMOTHY Shipping Dally from tile East. Call, er Phone 12-M F. 0, HYDE 4 CO, Second Ave. South S7-2 In Memorlam In ever-lovhiK ot dear wife and mother. Kate Bell, who j March J'Jrd, 1515.. ;0ne year lias miss ihce j more. Our grief today Is Just as deep, for j f the lovoj one gone before. Ever remembered by her husband and children. j David Kinnl- hurgh, Go years of age; died in hospital last-nlghti following an op- i erallon. Mrs. Kinnibilrgli had lived '.in tlie Lelhbridge district since 1S2S and is survived by ber husband and ten children. The funeral.will lake lilace from Mr. Kinnlburgh's resi- dence, 10th Street North, on Thursday at 3 p.m. Interment will be Id the public cemetery. Jlvs. Kinniburgh was born in Scot-1 land on May 31, 1S55, and came to Ihc I United States thirty-three years ago. Tbcn slic settled In Boil Air, Ten. and moved from there to the Lcth bridge district, nettling in Purpli Springs, In Scotland, lion Air and th' I.clhhrldgc dialrlet slie is mourned by many friends, who remember ber kiutl ly (or her Bunny disposition. Her sons arc: James ot LelMirldgc: David, Hugh and of Puriik Springs, and John ol Oreat Falls, dftughters are: Mrs. Joseph Short hoiific. Virginia; U. A. Alexander of Purple Springs; Mrs. Georfee Officer ot Victoria, n. R. H. Watson of Mountain Pnrk. Alia., anil Mrs. G. A. TllorapsOlJ, of Lo'ihbrijgc. EOjlity-flve registered animals from the Lethbrldga district.will be oii ci- lilbltloh at the twentieth 'annual show and auction sale 'of pure bred bulls at Calgary.. The .show! will open. Tues-. day and tne' auction will commence Wednesday. A. M. Steed, of.Lethbridge, nas en- tcre'd Shorthorns in the eigh- teen months, and under thirty monlhs class, 'Purdy Bros, of Macleod-and D. Rabbi It of Dayeland hare one entry each in this class. 'Joseph Shield of Macleod has.lVro animals, and Shield Bros, of Macleod hare one. In the for'Shorthorns under eighteen" months, A: P. Ilempel of lletlaw has one, and1 so have Purfly Uros. of >facleod. 'Joseph Shield has two, and 'A; M. Steed has two. Tn the class for bulls over thirty months of. age'B. F. CougWIn ot Nan- has on'o gentry, and so has J. Hetherlngtdn' of JfnclebJ. V. S. Let- ol Warner Is showing two bulls and Purdy Bros. ot Macleod, Joseph Shield and Shield Macleod, are eacli showing an rnni: A. M. Steed has two-in tils In the Aberdeen Angus class Alex Smith of is eihlblttng one animal, and so is J. H. Dutneld of Rettaw.' These animals tinder eighteen months. In the class for orer thirty B. of Pur- ple Springs has an .'eihlhft. It) the Herefords, eighteen raonlhG and months, John Mob. DiVtdson of Coaldale Is ahowiitg 12 animals, and Arthur Fletcher of Mound Is exhibiting eleven! ChArlen Grlbblo of'Cayley Is exhibiting fire, and McDonald of Brant tayc eight.animals there. In the'cliss for Heretords over thirty months, Ohas. Grlbhle is exhibiting two. Lifllc- Miss. Kit- chen, of .Brantford, Only ban fallen IiclreEs1 to an nnexpe.clcd forlone ot HO.OOO. This'.luckj'.l'i'-fle gtr'l ia the daughter of.the. late Wesley Kitchen, died while a member of. ths Atn- >...can Expeditionary Force, :her neat Bum, a veritable windfall, Ij a paid -by the Anierlcan Ebvammtnt'. Union Chnrch at Niagara Fills, a community organization, was form- ally opened.. Htirfaches From Slight CoWt QUININE Tali- lets relieve the Headache by curing the Cold. A tonic laxative, nml gornv ilestroycr. Look for elgnatnro K. W. GHOVB on boi. 'MK. ANNOUNCEMENTS Player Roll "Patches'' a daiuH- fo.t trot, on Plnyc-r roll, Xo. Willii Pianos, 707 3rd Ave. S. f. WILL FLOAT C. N. R. BONDS IN N. Y. YORK, March local financial house, is fortu- Ing a syndlcale to underwrite and oiler to the New Yori; public of Canadian National Hallway three aud [ivc-year notes. The Dominion of Canada unconditionally guor- anlecs hy endorsement tho principal :md interest of the Pure, Rich, Pasteurized MILK In Sanilary Bottles f UNTIL FURTHER ADVISED. 15c PER QUAfcT, DELIVERED CHIEF MOUNTAIN CREAMERY Co., Ltd. PHONE "Our Why worry about day when you can call your grocer by 'phone and have a sack.of "OUR BEST" flour put in your flour chest within a 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 grocer always handles "OUR BEST" because he is sure it will give satisfaction. ELLISON MILLING ELEVA TOR LTD. At House Cleaning Time FKESHEN UP YOUR FLOORS WITH Do not use a floor finish which .will nnsighll? worn ipote after little KYANIZE is made etpeclally to rtacd the and ofhflavy thoes, without cracking, pceHns or turning .white.; KYANlZe a beautiful. iiniUrr, moit iurtbli fla-. Isb lor furniture and all woodwork ibout the house. For your Linoleum or Congalium Rug me KYANIZl UNO< (-EUM FINISH. A perfect finlih that will add peitly to titlr -wearing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE Co. OENEHAL HARDWARE, AND HIAT1N4. PHONE 762 fv EVERYTHING for the OFHCE PRINTING AND''BOOKBINDING AGENTS FOR UNDERWOOD TYPE-' WRITER Typewrittrs Konshl, Sold anil Jtepnlreil and Sup.pllC4 Kac-Slmllip Typwrillen Jitters Made, on Short Notice. EVERALL'S LIMITED lOUTHAflD THIRB AVINUI 1OUTH ;