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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EDISON PHONOGRAPHS PIANOS ASSINIBOJA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical" 315 (in Street South Phone 1545 IDGE -DAILY HERALD KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. 1Z4S FIFTH AVENUE S. GUOU WORK AND QUICK SERVICE set tlie best from every expdsuro you wake. AH films here before 11 a.m. are and the desired number of prims at 10 ajn. the following Films Irom outside points receive ibc same attention. The KENNY ALLIN Co., Ltd. THS PINILAR fbint Oilllt Start Delivering Tomorrow ROW: Prune Jam, Hamsterley Farm, 4 Ib. tin Peas, Early June, per tin Corn, Canadian pack, per tin Tomatoes, Quaker or Tartan, 2 tins for Milk, Pacific, family size, per trn........ 9Sc aoc 19c 13c Jam, currant. Smith's 4 1b. and Tapioca, per tb.................. Plums, in heavy syrup, per ttn 28c picklet. Sweet Mixed, Red Cross, gallon tin Apples for piss In tins 65c Gold Coin and Wee Macgregpr Seed Potatoes, Multipliers, and ii large variety of garden seeds in packages and bulk. "BUY NOW." THE GOOD GO., LTD. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HIGH CLASS GROCERS-STORES AT LETKBRIDGE AND TABER. USED CARS _REAL BUYS IN CHEVROLETS AND FORDS 1 F.A. Chevrolet Touring, 18 Model 1 490 Chevrolet Touring, 17 1 490 Chevrolet Roadster, 19 1 Ford Sedan, nearly new, fully equipped 1 Ford Truck with starter, regular equip. 1 Ford Roadster with truck 1 Ford Roadster with truck 1 Ford Roadster with truck Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. EVERYTHING FOR THE AUTO ANNOUNCEMENTS Nights -Waltz" (Hawaii- an and a typical Hawaiian selection. Victor Keeonl. No. 210090. Willis Pianos, Ltd., "87 Srd Arc. S. LIFE INSURANCE A man's troubles end at death as far Uirs world's goods are the family appetite goes on just the Eame, Adequate Life Insurance Is the only way in which you can guarantee your dependents against want after you are gone- Wden the' opportunity is offered to do this, .Is it fair to your family to force Ihtm to carry the entire risk of the loss of your protection and earning capacity? Confederation Life Ass'n Knox Choir Concert Programs for tho concert at Knoi church on Tuesday next ere avail- able and may bo obtained from rnem- of Knos choir or from the Willis i'iano Co., V. H. WUkins, optometrist, and J. D. Higmbotbam Co. Admission 75 cents. High school students or nn- der, 50 cenU. Dr. P. W. Hlcharts. Dentist, special- ist in oral surgery and diseases ot tho mouth. Suite 3, Oliver Block. Phonu 1199. 270-0 YHE WEATHEU For fire insurance In 'strong British nnd American companies apply to W. 31. Harris Agency, Phone 1343. Sher- lock Dldg. 106-0 416 FIFTH STREET S. PHONE 1214 The pencil that is always1 sharp: Price J1.00. Eve rail's, Ltd., 3rd Ave. South. MlBS Chrissie I. Gardiier'gives sham- poo, scalp treatment and faoiar'iiias- page'by appointment at ladies' own homos or at 301 6th Arc. A, south. Phono IOCS. learaaice per copy We have several hundred cop- ies ol the newest and best fie- lion, comprising many books by the most popular authors. This is your opportunity to get some of the best hooks at a1 saving of from' 2oe to 75c a copy. Big "hard times" nail io he held in K. of P. hall on Thursday Dance lovc-rs 'are looking-for- ,ward to a "Jiard times" ball. This is an eyening when people can dress up 1 (funny and.make merry. Jazzie tho ragMme the syncopated; xylophones, and the soxa-.i phone of the Cannoneers' Jazz Band; will he there to entertain you. Prizes j i awarded. per counle. Ladies free. 121-lEj RED CROSS DRUG BOOK' Co., Ltd. Phint thtrlMk Ildj. Lethbridgc, clear.......... tio Vancouver, clear........... S3 U2 Medicine Hut, clear TO Winnipeg, fair 6'i Nelson, fair 71 Calgary, 62 Reglna, clear SO Saskatoon, clear 07 Port Arthur, fair........ The weather has been 30 41 3! 3 30 j 40 34 GO 3S fair with These Folding Wash Are Mighty Handy For the Housewife. One of benches mater- ially lighten ,the .wash day burden to hoH two1 tubs and tho wringer can be fastened to the not in usie can bo folded up to occupy little spac't. We a're showing some particularly good values in "Wringers and also three sizes in Imported Baskets made of .highest Belgium Grown Willow. Do not overlook are very few on the market and no more- Ih Harte UopplHo. PHONEt 1212 OFFICE 1120. rising temperatures in the prairies. A little rain in eastern Saskatchewan Forecast Western winds -fins and moderately -warm today and on Friday. AN7D DISTRICT New Uniforms The firemen will soon te decked out ia new uniforms. The contract for tho same has been awarded the Col- onial Tat lore. I Thrown From Horse Wiii. Parady, better known as "Co> ote of Mayiutl, is in the, citv nnd will undergo an operation today on his arm, which was dislocated by being thrown, frorn-a horse some time so. Guaranteed Service Alj our work is guaranteed and costs you same rate per hour asvypu'-pay.anywhere." }pu are have been in tho-Business ever'slrjce'autbaioblles'first cnniei-toihlfi-city. H is not gue swork know the business and 'straightforward dealing'has always been our policy. Le'l'us'correct your magneto troubles! GRAHAM MOTOR CO., LTD. Green Adams Rear of Herald Horse Hides All Hides, Pelts and Furs bought at I Top Market Price. Reference: Standard Bank of Canada. PHONES: 1 Office 1386 2S-0 MEETINGS v- A (faded colored waist may be cub Notice made white by boiling it in cream i There mil bo. no'meeting of the of tartar water. One teasnoonfnl of United Wolfe Cub Pact on Friday. cream of tartar to one quart oE SOADY, J water will bleach it perfectly. Scoutniaslen YOUR GOODS TO USI W> will pay you highest cash prices and sen.i by return. UETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT FUR CO., LTD. Ofricc phone 799, Residence S2S Referencs: Standard Bank YOU ARE REMINDED THAT Mother s Day A beautiful expression' of re- nemljrance for Mothers, far and _near. mounted, em- brj'sctl, and snitahlc for framing, enclosed in envelope ready for Price each THE TWENTIETH CENTURY BOOK STORE LOANS Sec us before applying clse- wliere, whether the loan Is on 'flry'or'Irrigated land. We can lake care of your needs. THE EDGETT AGENCIES Balmoral Block, PHONE 651 INSURANCE AND LOANS Be .Sure H't a Board Company. 514' 4th Ave, Phone 613 Baseball Goods Lawn Tennis Goods Skipping Ropes Velocipedes Doll's Carriages And Toys of All Kindt Robertson's Book Store Lcthbrldgl Hotel Building. Phone 1265 G. W. V. A. Auxiliary The Ladies' Auxiliary ot the G..W.1 V. A. will meet loriighL 1 G. W. V. A. Executive i Tho executive of' the G. Y. A.! will meet Friday night. Tliefe will; lie a general meeting ai the associa-, tion on Sunday at 3 1 Open Until The Canadian Urotherhood of Sta-! tio'nary Edgincers and riremen will, hold a In tlie IjfiliOT Temple, Dominion Block, an Friday, May at 8 p.m., ta opsa- iu Loth-! bridge of 1hn utoro brotlierhoou. All) stationary engineers and firemen are Invited -to attend. v FOOTBALL EXECUTIVE TO' MEET TONIGHT The executive 'of the foot- ball league will liieet tonight at 8 o'clock. Those who have not received personal notice of this meeting tiro requested to take this notice aa such and be on hand es important fcusi- ncra is on the agenda. (THURSDAY) JiD.HIGlNBOTHAM CO., LIMITED Wholesale and Retail Chemists Alberta'c Piorwsf .Drugglsti ffte J'rore J, Phonss International Organizer Here William MacKonzie, international organizer of the Hotel and 'Restaurant Envjjlbyees' International Alliance, VancquVcr, is in the city today and is taking iteps to organize hotel and reifaiirant-worters. Ho states that heY'is meeting with success, and the employers are not" oHcring opposi tion. o huf Jill la er on have his I headquarters in with (charge of the Ixrthhiid-e district and oMhe'whole'.of so'nthera Alherta. Mr. Noith is no stranger, to Olio, district; he lia iijghi st-hool in various towns in .Albertar.and at ono time lived in" Cfaresholhi.vwhore ho was engaged iu the real estate business. The local.aient for the Northern Life is Mr. B. Bi-oots. Joining G. W. V. A. Men vho served -with the C. E. 1- iu Canada but not overseas aro-.laking advantage of the ruling made at the Dominion conyeution the G.-W. A' A. in Montreal to the effect that such men.be takeu in as rnicnYbers of tiio W. V. A. A number have oireacly joined the Ltthbrio'ge. Branch, and there for plenty mcro. Water Carts Out Spring has gone- and summer is here. The city had water carts'out on the streets today and motor trucks hauling scrapers around. Lcthhridgc is sharing fine iveather today with'lhe rest of fouthern Alberta. Reports re- ceived at the C. P. H are to the effect that tho. land is drying up splendidly and work 1s progressing at a number of points. JOHNSON BEATS HOOVER IN CALIFORNIA PRIMARIES BAN FRANCISCO 3Iiy Ile- piiblic group ct deleg'tes pledged io support Sea ttor Hiram W. Johnson tho preside icv at the national con- vention'in ovenvhclming- Ij defeated the Herbert C. Tioover group on the snme.billot, on the face 01 returns at o clock tonight from '6 complete precincts out of in the slate "The yote at that- hour showed Johnson group Hoov- er group, U. WESTBROOK BROS. Barbsrs. Opp. Bank ol Moniroal Football Game Callies and North Lethbridgo Viiilcd will oiwn the foo'.ball season, tonight in Adams Park iritli a'practice game The .excitement -will start at 7'o'clock. The following North Lctbbriilge crs will take .A. Earle. Smith Hooper, Amnhlelt, Lactic, Harrison, Thompson, Tcnnany, W. fiirlc, Tam- bor and Marchant Dressing accom- modation will he provided In the base raent of the UniU4 church. Xo admis- sion will be charged. J. T. North Appointed An appointment of interest to the district is that of Mr. J. T. North as district manager of the Northern 1 ife Insurance Co. He. will for the eiit be connected with Ihc Calgary YOUR LAST THE BIG PICTURE WHICH HAS PLEASED SO PEOPLE AT THE EM- PRESS THIS WEEK WILL BE SHOWN' FOR THE- LAST TIME TONIGHT UNDERTAKING MACJtAY-PARtORS; 803 Third Avtnu'e 1802 Two and mllet'Ewl of Coaldafe. Seeii flriln advanc- ed to reliable party. _ r. For call' or :THE SUGGltT AGENCY COALDALE PHONE R1110 EamtjNiWis EXPERIENCED AERO- PLANE RIGGER WANTED One who has had experience in tho Canadian Air Force or It, A. P. Apply at once to LETHBRIOGE' AIRCRAFT co., LTD. VEAL This shop ha's always h'een known (or the quality o( the real it sells. We buy only No. 1 Calves and kill them at their best. R. Coultry PHONE 492 WITH A FLAVOR PHONE 1175 to, -Paint.: Make your build-; ings bright and clean this Spring. We have the best and most ceo- nomical paint for you- touss. ELSIE FERGUSON COMING TO THE EMPRESS IN "THE COUN- TOMORROW AND SATURDAY, PREPARED, ,jS.thc paint that wears looks best. -Made purest materials. A record of -forty years of good paint behind ft.' Use It as a food. Use it as a beverage. Use it for every purpose, of nourishment ancJ It's never failed yet. Why should it fail yon? In its purest and best form. CHIEF MOUNTAIN CREAMERY CO., LTD. PHONE 1929 Bread Won the War, and Will Solve the High Cost of Living, Use Two Slices for One, ELLISON MILLING ELEVATOR CO., Lethbridge SHERWIN'WlLLIAMS PA i u T o THE uaGEST SIILE OF PMHTS III THE MRL8 Hick-SeM Hardware Co. GENERAL HAflDWARE. .PLUMBING AND HEATINO PHONE 762 EVERYTHING-for the-OFFICE PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING .TYPEWRITER TYPEWHITERS BOUGHT, SOLO. RENTED AND REPAIRED. FACSIMILE TYPEWRITTEN LETTERS MADE ON SHORT N07ICE EVER ALL'S LIMITED SOUTHARD BLOCK THIRD AVKNUI 10UTH ;