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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta NOROHEIMEii PHQNOCrtAFHS PIANOS ASSINIB01A MUSIC CO., LTD. "Evetytblng Musical" J1S 6lh Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND SEATING CO. FIFTH AVENUE S, 8 Open Tonight Until 9 p.m. Tbe KENNY 4 ALUN Co., Ltd TNS PIN1LAK (T0HI 1MT Nixt lit H< TRACTOR OILS In half barrels and barrels. We have the best tractor oil on the market; will ship to your station freight prepaid. Spark Plugs for All Makes of Tractors Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. Marmalade Oranges Now-is the time to get some genuine Bitter Marmalade Oranges al a right prio While they latt, per dozen Also SUGAR to make the Mannahde. 75c THE GOOD CO., LTD. HIGH-CLASS GROCERS Cantda Food Board License No. ALUMINUM WARE ENAMEL AND GRANITE WARE NICKEL PLATED WARE post office, phone or X, McKlllop. ______ _ "Kararan" end "My Cuban Dream" are two entrancing .fox tro-.s which von must not miss. Victor Record. Xo 216093. Willis Ltd., 70i 3rd Avc. S. "-1 I "Valet Cleaners will be closed from Thursday at 6 p.m. until Tuesday. April 6th, at 2 p.m. 93-3 ANNOUNCEMENTS H.IVO you :esn the new combined idOms. machine and casb I'rico Bverall's, Ltd., 3rd_Ave. ALBERTA STOCKGROWERS cordial Invitation is encoded lo you the Montana Stock Growers lo attend tho which Is lo bo held at Bill. Ings, Montana, on April 20 and 21st.! A special train wiii ieavo Great Falls! alter The Alberta Telegraphers' Union, last Sunday, Toted the city a "slow" place. Vour attend- ance at Knoi church Good Friday eve- ning to hear Th. Dubois' "Seven Last Words of Christ" will give you a bet- ter idea tbe city's capacity for good cntertainmiinl. _________ Hear Miss Theresa M. liil arrival there of the I.elh- j "The Sign ot the Good Friday j train on ibe 19th. Reservation evening in Wesley church. A.'year- Ready FOR THE WESK END WITH j THE CHOICEST Easter Meats R. Cotiltry I PHONE 492 ivhich will be held as Hillings during tlis mecllns for the use of the passengers, may bo had by oppl-dng to P. Van da Piitle, Great i ed it Palls. (Signed) D. W. Raymond, Sec- ago this rccitAl was given in trie Cen- tral church. Calgary, and about BOO people were turned away. She rcpeiit- rctary. Dr. P. W. Richards, Dantlst. special- 1st in oral surgery and diseases of thft i month. Suite 3, Oliver Block. Phono j 1U'3. 270-0 ISsster Monday to a full house. She is glviug it again Ibis 38 year in the Central church, Calgrary, by special request on Easter Monday. I fail to Lear her.- There aro some good values In Ures to ho had at'Ritchie's Vulcanizing Shop. Choice retreads and come re- paired ones. All sizes. See for your- self. II. D. Ilitchic, 20S 13th SI. S. THE SANITARY BARBERSHOP WESTBROOK BROS. Barbers. Bank ot Easter SupgestiDfis Chickens, Rabbits, Table Napkins, Greeting Cards. NEW FICTION Zane Grey's New Novel "A Man of the Forest" A stoiy of love, daring and adventure. Net THE TWENTIETH CENTURY BOOK STORE Bt4 4th Phone 813 Notice to BtHery Hen Vi'lllrtha members of ths old 20lh Battery and all others who wish or Intend enlisting In tbo reorganized 20tb, pleasa gei In touch with the un-j derslgned by1 writing or calling at the There will be an Auction Sale of Furniture at 123S 3rd; S., on Thursday nest, (April 1st, at 2 o'clock. Waddington, Auctioneer. Announcements ot Mies Theresa M Siegel, who Sign of tbe In the Calgary papers declare she is an entertainer of tbe-first or- der, aod no one in recent years has proved so popular as she. t You will regret it it 'you do'nbi'hear" it.-' Easter novelties For the Children Easter Egg Dyes, pkg.......Be Easter Chicks, 2 for So up'to, each 15c Easter Baskets, 10c, 15c anil 20o Chocolate Easter Egg, 5o, 10c Chocolate Easter Roojter.. 40c Chccolatfl Easter Rabbit.., 33c Colored Sugar Eggs, Easter Cards RED CROSS DRUG BOOK Co., Ltd. Phont THAT 18 ALL BREAD PHONE 1175 J. Schwoitzer, Prop. Do It Now! You will find A fow dol- lars will bur WALU PAPER for that room. Bring the size anil wo will give you the price. STICK FAST PASTE Stock. Robertson's Book Store Lethbrldge Hetal Building. Phone 1265 The Lethbridgo Poultry Assoria- tion will give 23 settings of eggs for the hest 22 essays from boys ami girls on "Tho Advantages o! a Poul- try Show for Advancing Interest In Purs Bred Poultry and Pet Stock." Essays should be sent lo J. H. West- brook, 303 Cth St. S., before .April 12th. Supt. Black of the public schools will atlas judge. Four prizes of {5.00, 14.00, f3.0D, ?J.OO and.11.00 each will be liivaTncd at tie. next poultry show, for the best tirds hatched from the 6K2S awarded'as prizes for- the MEETINGS Viaduct Lodge, No, 53, I. O. 0. F'. An informal social will be held by Viaduct lyodge. No. 53. I.O.O.F., in tlie hall tonight at S Visitors will be very cordially wel- comed. Scout Notice Tbe weekly meeting of the 2nd Leth bridge Scout Troop will be held on Thursday night. at 7.30. All boys over 12 years ot age welcome. A spe cial meeting for all members is called i for Friday morning at 9 o'clock sharp at tho ball for our first hike ol the K. H. lACKEN'liMJEIl, Scoutmaster. CITY AND DISTRICT Syd. Short In Business S. C. Short has takon an Interest In Klrkby's and has assumed his duties as manHger. i Football Meeting I The annual meeting ot the I.elh- bridgo Soccer League will ho held to- nlshi in tLo auditorium of the Y.M.C. A. All soccer fans are requested to attend. Stilt In Hospital The Greek assault case. In which Xlct Spiron is charged with a second i assault on Tom Mellas, has been fur-1 thor adjourned, ilellas is still in the j hospital, though it la alleged that he is there suffering from other Iroulile j and not as a consequence of tbo i Business Changes Hands I His purchase yesterday ot thcj Vulcanizing concern known as Hit- j chie'a Vulcanizing Worts, John Schultz of this city has consolidated ihreo businesses of this nature form- erly operating here, namely: The Lcth- hrlilge Tire anil Repair Station, the Tire Sen-ice Co., which he lias been himself, and the above namcO. With this accumulation ot equipment Mr. Schullz will without doubt have the best equipped plant in the province. For tile present tlje .business will continue under the name 'of Ritchie's Vulcanizing Shop and at the stand opposite the Ellison Mills'. 13th St. south. The ambition ot the new owner of this business is ib make it all it should be in efficiency and service.' WASHING MACHINES TUBS AND BOILERS WRINGERS, CLOTHES HORSES IRONING BOARDS In fact everything for the kitchen. Rownlree's English CONFECTIONS Black Currant .Licorice, Assorted Fruit Clear 'Glycerine Menthol, and Eucalyptus Just Bulk .Only. J.D.HIGINBOTHAM CO., LIMITED Wholesale and Retail Alberta's Plonosr Druggist! jtore See our handy Combination KITCHEN STOOL AND STEP. LADDER On Sale today at--- Regular A visit lo this department will be appreciated; not necessary to buy.. Consumers' Hardware and Supply Co. Business Phone: 1212-1919. Office: 1920 Funtral of MrE. Morden The tuneral of the late Mrs. II. B. Morden was held from Kiiox church on SunJay S.30. tbe Rev. Capt, Denoon officiating. .The mem- bers ot Dominion Rebekah Lodge No. 41 of vflilch the deceased was a high- Mrs. John Morden, Bassano; Mrs. J. Segcnliife', Bassauo; S. H. Smith and Mr. Kobt. Klven. Chinook; Mr. B. C.. McDonald, Calgary; Mr. Gee. Mr. E. L. Cope, Grand Warden of the Grand Mrs. 'Lillio Fox, Past President or the Assembly, Slcttler; Mr. Mrs. W. Hopkins, Calgary. Card of Thanks Mrs. Dijccan McNabb, Sr., and fam- ily desire to thank the many friends h- beloved aud esteemed sister con- j for the kindness and sympathy extend ducted their services at the grave I od In. their .recent, sad ..bereavement side the last respect tbev cau render and for floral tributes: Is. low, Mrs. lo tv sister. The late Mrs. Morden Duncan JIcNab and family; sprays Mr. and Mrs. D. Garner, Jlr. aud lira hail jVst recently been elected as president of the Kebeknh of Alberts, tho highest honor within their power to boston-, llepresenta- Craig, Jlr. and Mrs. P. McFarland, Mr. and Mrs. P. tobb, Mr. and Mrs II. Ritchie, Mr. James Milling, Mar garet Jlr. and Mrs. Chas lives Verb present from tho Rebekab i Is'seniMv of Alberta, the.Grand Lodge Mrs. James Ilorae Alberta I. 0. 0. V., anrl the Grand'Mr. an.l Mrs. C. W. Mr. Jr.0 Encampment ot Albcrla 0. O. F. Blacktey, ilr, and. _Mrs. Jamps Rei.d The funeral was the largest helil in the .city, K.nox church being Mrs. F. Uosfcltov; Mrs. Jas. Stewart Mrs. S. Troman, Mr. and Mrs. A crowded with member's of the Order I.ccch, and Mrs. Holmes. anil friends. Fully eighty HebekMis anil one hundred Oddfellows being B. Cation lias retired from tbe iieail See iis before where, whether the loah dry or irrigated land. W take cart of. your necds.Y THE E5GETT AGENClESpd. .Bilm'orjl. Block, L.Uibrldj. PHONE 651' AND Be Sure It's i Board Company. present. Members of the mastcrsliip ot, Uedlow Sclmol, Bucks, Order and of tho Ancient JDrdcr of after over forty-seven years' ser i Foresters were also present. Tho Jloral Irihutes were many anl beauti- ful. Tho pall bearers, iill members of tbe order being A. Xlvcn. A. B. Uuiien. John Odniarb, II. T. MCCallum, A..G. M. Swurt and .1. 11. Dornard. The following' oiit-oMown relatives ami friends attended: Mr. and 5lr.s. Gco. Hennett, Medicine Hat; Jlr. nml Monlgomeryi Medicine Hat; UNDERTAKINC MACKAYuxiBEtL 18M Scout Notke t Co-Operatlve Mettinj. _ Jx'o 1 Troop all members are spe-i Guy Johnson, president of the Al- cially requested lo bi at their head- berta Cooperative Association of Cal- quarters tonight at 7.36. Bary, will a-ldresa a mectini; on the T BOOTH, afternoon of Good.Frlilay In Dlstrlct Scoutmaster, i slcr school ball, North Lcthbfldgc. j Delegates from the farmers porn I tion ot the district aro expected 16 Mr. ami Mrs. Milton! bo present. Wray. 710 3rd SI. A, South, on March a daughter, New Battery Service Station LOCATION Sinnot Block, Next to Imperial Oil Co.'s Filling Station 1 have purchased the Battery Equipment of THE GRAHAM MOTOR CO., with whom I have been employed for the past Ihreo leara. and have opened a PUBLIC SERVICE STATION nt the above aildrcES, where I will be pleased to see all my old friends and many ones. J. F.'WOOLF ALL WORK GUARANTEED PASSENGERS SAFE FROM G. T, P. STEAMER Poultry Contest Winners in the competition being held by. ibe Lethbrldgo Poultry.and Pet Stock Association will be given the privilege oi accepting seUingfe vt eggs or money. For the first prize tho alternative (s first 55.00, second H-00, tlilrd J3.00, fourth ?2.00, and fifth Essays on "The Advantage VANCOUVKR, B.C.. March though full details ot Hie collision be- tween tbo Grand Trunk pacific ships Prince John and Prince. Albert are still. lacking, Capt. C. II. Nicholson, local j ot a Poultry Show for Advancing of manager, bas teen informed by .wire-1 Puro Dred Poullry and Pot less that the former vussel has been have been called tor. beached in fathoms, but in ah M- posed position. All passengers were Major Smith has been notified'that safely transferred. Tbe after part Ihe NIHUiry Department would Ilk1 til the John Is noiv lull of water.. It' (o purchase tho old Urantford ifost ot- tlionght liic collision occurred In a fice for uso AS armorlG3 for tbe rlfa snon-alorm. goons. SHID YOUR'GOODS TO US! We .will pay you highest cash prices aud sen.] cluck by return. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT 4 FUR CO., LTD. Office phone 799. Resident; S25 Reference: Standafd Bank Green Adams Rear of Herald Office Horse Hides All Pelts and Furs bought at Top Market Price. Uefcrcnco: Standard IBank ol Canada. PHONES: Office 1386 260 HAVINO PURCHASED THE PROPERTY formerly occupied by the Hygienic Dairy Company on Fifth A., this opportunity of thanking our many customers for the business of the past winter and assure them of our continued effort to supply them with a supply of pure, freeli, pasteurized milk and cream, deliv- ered In sanitary bottles. are renovating our plant and making ad- ditions that.will enable us to serve the peopl: of Lcthbrldgc with all kinds of dairy products. Our milk 13 properly pasteurized to a temperature of 142 degrees 'F. and held for 20 minutes before cooling, thus Insuring a perfect pasteurization. Same Price, 15c per quart; 8c per pint. CHIEF MOUNTAIN CREAMERY Ltd PHONK 1329 H, MaclNTOSH, Manager "Our Best Flour' Why worry about bake day wben 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" il is a pleasure lo 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 ELEVATOR CO., LTD. Every ingredient in fiherwin- S.W.P., is of the best. The test' of the Sherwin-Williams laboratory is the severest test in the paint worltJ. Every gallon la so accurately mixed and thoroughly ground tint the paint is bound to look well and wear wtll. That is how always gives unusual results to the property owner and painter. Ask us for color cards. Come and sec us about your painting. Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. GENERAL HARDWARE, PLUMBING AND HEATINO PHONE 762 EVERYTHING for the OFFICE PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING AGENTS FOR UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER TYPEWRITERS BOUGHT, SOLD, RENTED AND REPAIRED TYPEWRITTEN LETTERS MADE ON SHORT NOTICE EVERALL'S LIMITED SOU HARD (LOCK THtRD AVIrVUI ;