Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 12

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 12

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EDISON PHONOGRAPHS NORDHEIMEH PIANOS ASSIN1BOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everythlnj 315 6th'Street South Phone 1545' LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALE KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. FIFTH AVENUE S. Open Till O'Clock TONIGHT The KENNY ALLIN Co., Ltd. TMI rVNCLAM ITtHK Bllllj Demonstration of Pacific Milk MRS.. MINE WILL DEMONSTRATE ALL THIS W EEK PACIFIC HJLK. STEP IN AND HAVE A CUP OF COFFEE WITH THIS DELICIOUS CANADIAN PRODUCT. Pacific family slit; per'tin 13o Postum Cereal, per pkg. Family size, caw Peslum, Instant, large pkg..................45c Pacific- Uli size, per tin.................... 17c Coffee, all the best brands, including Braid's Best, Malkir.'s Best, Tuxedo and Chase Sinborn's, Tall case Postum, Instant, small tin S7C per Ib. 70c We still have some Gold Coin and Wee M acgregor Seed Potatoes .and would ad- vise-getting your stock in at present price per cwt.: THE GOOD CO., LTD. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HIGH CLASS AT LETHBRIDGE AND TABER. USED CARS REAL BUYS IN CHEVROLETS AND FORDS fp.A. Chevrolet Touring, 18 Model I 490 Chevrolet Touring, 17 1 490 Chevrolet Roadster, 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 LIFE INSURANCE A man's troubles end at deslh as far as this world's goods are the family appetite goes on just the same. Adequate Life Insurance, is the onfy way in which .you can guarantee your dependents want after you are gone. When the opportunity is offered to do this, is.it fair to your family to force to carry the entire risk of the loss of your and earning capacity? Confederation Life Ass'n 416 FIFTH STREET S. PHONE 1214 A dance will bo held in the K. of P. ball on Tuesday, May. llth, 1920. Foilr-piece orchestra In attendance. I'. I-amel'iold Hi charge. >-Uentlcmen, Jl; ladies, 25 cents. IJT-i Dr. P. W. Dentist; special- ist in oral surgery and diseases 6t tor. mouth. Suite 3, Oliver Block. Phone 1150. 210-0 For Ore insurance In strons British and American companies apply to W. 51. Harris Agency, Phone 1313. Sher- lock Bldg. The pencil that is always sharp. Price Everall's, Ltd., '3rd Are. South. i3_o Knox Choir Concert Tonight The proceeds ot the .concert tonight arc-to help the travelling' expenses ot tho choir which is entered In choir and ladles' chorus competitions in the Alberta .Musical Festival at Ed- monton. If Is expected that Presbyter- ians from all parts of the city will it- tend in support of, -representa- tives at the festival, ani "that other music-lovers will attend in large num- bers. Admission by program, 75 cents. MEETINGS The G. IV. V. A. Football Club will haro a training Wednesday at 7.30 p.m. at their clubrooms. All players are'requested to altemj. VEST POCKET AUTOGRAPHIC KODAK In actual size It Is small enough to wear, and the size of the pictures madr Is big enough to tell the whole story well. PRICES With single With Double Lens .......511.50' With Kodak1 Anasligmat F. 7.7 Larger Kodaks up to Open Tomorrow Wed., till.9 p.m. RED MOSS DRUG CITY AND DISTRICT H, Ncwitt Manager Fred Thaoll has engaged as man- ager for his store hero H. Newltl. for- merly manager of Counolvs, Victoria. Stores Close Wednesday P. M. Tomorrow, Wednesday, will bo the jsecpud weekly halt holiday, and as a result the retail'storcs will close at one.o'clock. Trades and Labor Council The above council will hold their fortnightly meeting tomorrow (Wed- nesday) evening at o'clock in tbo La- bor Hall. Judgment Reserved Mr. C. R Jauiteson has roturned toj the city after attending Ihc appeal la j the caso of Sali.vs the Town ot Card- i stou before the Supreme Court of j Canada at Ottawa. Judgment in the t case has been reserved. BOOK Co., Ltd. Boy Scouts, No. 6 Lethbridge Troop Inspection by Commissioner Penue- j father. Every member of this troop on parade on Thursday, the j 13lh inst., at I p.m., at the hail. Full uniform, staves, patrol flags and col- ors to be carried, All subscription books for "Canadian must be returned at once. I Boy- Tt improves some canned com to cook it' a bit before serving. SHI" YOUR GOODS TO US! TVt will pay you highest cash prices'and senj chack by return. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT FUR CO, LTD. Office phcne 7K. Reildtrice 325 Reference: Standard Sank WE PAY HIGHEST Prices for- pur meats when fanners have an exceptionally fine -animal. We instruct them to bring it to.ua and receive the it deserves. This is the quality of Ihc meat" you" bny ami it coats you no more. R. Coultry PHONE 492 LOANS See us before applying else- whether tbe loan.Is on dry or irrigated land. We can take ;care of your needs. THE EDGETT AGENCIES Ltd. Balmoral BtocV, PHONE 651 INSURANCE.AND LOANS Be a Soar! Company. UNDERTAKING i MACKAY PARLORS 303.Third Avenue 1802 Louisville Slugger Base- ball Bats 1920 Slozemger Tennis Balls Tennis Tapes AND 'Other Sporting Goods Robertson's Book Store Leihbrldge Hotel Building. Phone'1265 3 BIG BOOKS SON OF COURAGE" Archie P. McKishnie Net 1 "MARY MARIE" Eleanor Porter Presenting "Tho Sunbeam Oirl" J2.00 Net "MR. PUNCH'S HISTORY OF THE GREAT WAR" With Famous Cartoons. Net THE TWENTIETH CENTURY BOOK STORE 614 llh Ave. Phone 613 Births, Deaths, Funerals Births, Deaths, Funeral Notices, i Cards of Thanks, In Memorlani; car-; ried in 'this 'column at, 10 cents'per I line, each insertion, minimum SOc, pay-! able In advance. I Born i Mr. A..Mal-! colm Filmer, Red Deer, Alia., 19th, a son. Card of TKanks Mrs. Pork and'famlly sincerely thank the .Masonic brelh'ren. Rev.'De- noon and ail other friends for their kindness extended to them during their recent sad bereavement, which was appreciated very much; also for the beautiful floral tributes from the following: "Grandchildren, son William and grandsons William and John, officers andV members of Local Union 574, Sir. and Jlrs. C. S. Farrow, Mrs. LJnnlng, Mrs. .McGuIre. Mr. and Mrs. Mr, and Mrs. S. A. B. Crabb, Mrs. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Porter, Hupina Mer- cantile Co. OLYMPIC GOLF TOURNEY DELAYED; GERMANS PUT LINKS OUT OF BUSINESS: YOBK, May of! damage caused by the German'armles. it will be imposslble'to have the Ant-: werp links ready for the Olmpic tour- nament before July 13, according to word received here today .from-Bel- gium by W. Vanuerpool, secretary of the United Slates Golf association. The association had" requested that the date be advanced. WILL HELP YOU It puts thoJTep" into run- down systemsT'it "contains or- ganic iTon. .Malt, Manganese and Cod Diver Oil Extract, medicin- al agents extensively used-as a tonic and strength .builder. Val- uable for enriching the blood, for aiding the assimilation of food, .and for btiildXng the health gen- erally. If you have trouble recover-' ing normal health" after grippe, cold, bronchitis, or influenza, -if your blood Is -not up to stand- it your food assimilation Is faulty, if you are tired or run down, then you need PEPTONA lo help you. U is our best tonic; It Is pleasant to take and easily tolerated by even the most sen- sitive stomach. We will refund your money If It does not do you good. per bottle J.D.HIGIN80THAM CO., LIMITED Wholesale and Retail Chemists Alberta's Fionasr T7t" Store Phones Miners' Exams Examinations for first and second class certificates, in nilnjng. will bo held.in the G. W. V. A. building on Wednesday, Thurs.Uy and Friday of Uila week. for mine, sur- veyors' certificates will be" held in the same building on Saturday ot this _ week. .The presiding examiners .ire: Mosi-3 JoUupon, disLrlct inspeclor of mlnre; Robert Livingstone, manager of Is'os. 3 and 6 Gait mines. Leth- brldFe, and Robert Moodie, rcprjLSBn- ta'ive of the miners. Former Local Ministers Rev, A. A.. Lytle, former pastor of the Methodist church on .the north side, .has been invited to become pas- tor the. Methodist church at Nan- ton. TCev; Wm. Holllngsworth .has been invited.to High Hirer. Itev. T. P. Perry, formerly of Wesley church, now.of Shcrbrooke, has been aslied to become pastor of Point St. Charles Methodist church. Montreal. Pure Milk Uso It as a food. Use it as a beverago. Use it (or every purpose, nourishment and .wholctomcneis, ll'c never filled yet. should It fail you? In its purest best form. STREET CAR STRIKE EXPECTED IN TORONTO TORONTO, May J. Fleming of the Toronto railway'company, has figured out (hat the increase from 55 cents an hour to S3 cents, demanded by-the employees or that company, would, mean an additional a year lo tho company payroll. Jlr. Fleming today would not commit him- self as lo what the company would" do about it, but the Toronto general pub- lic expects a strike about Juno li, when the agreement expires. Mother's Day at the Christian Church pother's-Day was appropriately ob- rseryed at the Christian church at the morning service, and a good audience was in attendance. Tho church was prettily decorated and a real carna- tion was presented to the mothers. Tho program consisted of recitations songs and a story told by Mrs. Duns- worth, The songs were- a medley ot mother's'favorite led by Miss Dunswoilh, and a pretty duet, "A Lul- laby" hy Mrs. Heath and Mrs. Van Dlarcom, and an' original solo, "I'm Thinking Most Dear Mother Now of i by Mrs. 0. L. Curtis. Miss Dunsworth gave a talk on some ers of history, which was followed by a short address by the pastor in keep- ing with the day. Credit Is due Mrs. Knauss for tho arrangement ot program. N, P. CAUCUS WAS TAME. OTTAWA, May (By. tho Can-, adian Nothing of outstand- ing importance was discussed at the caucus of Progressives, held today.' A sfatemenl given out at the conclusion was to the o'foct that various mat- ters likely to come before the house be- fore prorogation were taken up but' no decisions nrrivcd at. Reports to be presented, at tho an- nual meeting of Wesley Church to. night will tell of tho most successful year, in the history of tho church. Such was the statement made by Rev. (V K. Cragg today. Tho meeting will bo held in the ladles' parlors and >vill commence at 8.15 o'clock sharp. Brery society In tho church, will A convenient, way to rinse heavy I render an accounting lor tho past We Have the Right Kind OF Curry Combs and Horse Brushes AlsKi a splendid slock Whip Lashes and Slocks, SnapSj of all sizes and kinds, including the pop- ular Open Eye Snaps used with Passing Link ;Chaiiv' which is sold by the foot. Nothing belter for Halter' Chains, Spreader Chains, etc. We have rnaiiy lines in' Horse ..Owner's needs and everything for the Sheepman- in oui spjentlid slock. Studebaker Roadster 700.00 1 7-pajsienge'r Studebaker Touring...... 1250.00 V i 1 Six 2188.00 480.80 lo bo in Cihit class running condition. Rega: Oils and .Greases in Any Quantity. MOTOR co.; tta articles such a? blankets Is