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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EOISON PHONOGRAPHS NORDHEIHEi! PIANOS ASS1NIB01A MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical" 315 6th Street South Phone 1545 T Ffe A Tl V A T Fl JLiS 1 rHiKALD KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO, 1248 FIFTH AVENUE S. MAG LAC Tooth Paste Is (or you arc proiid of clean, pearly-white teeth. CLEANS THE THE THE GUMS AND THE MOUTH COOL AND REFRESHED. The KENNY ALLIN Co., Ltd. twr HIM MADE IN CANADA THE CHEVROLET "FOUR-NINETY" TOURING CAR is big enough for all business and family needs. It is light enough to he efficient and economical. It has beauty that is appeaiins and a finish ot lasting ,-ichness. Mechanically it is all you could wish for. Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. EVERYTHING FOR THE AUTO Acting on Suggestions FROM OUR DAILY PRICE LIST IS ONE WAX .OF SAVING HONEY. IT IS OUR ENDEAVOR TO 'KEEP YOU POSTED ON MARKET CONDITIONS AND SUGGEST TO YOU WHAT TO BUY AND WHEN..TO.BUY. BELOW ARE SOME .ATTRACTI VE PRICES WORTH CONSIDERING. Fresh Cabbage, Carrots, Beets, Head Lettuce, Radishes, Onipnsjuid Leaf Lettuce. Oranges, Simklst, per 75zr 65c and 55c Grape Fruit, large size, 2 for 35c Lemons, large, special 38c Asparagus, fresh, special per Ib............. 2oc Rhubarb, fresh, special per Ib............... 15e Ketchup, Heinz Tomato, pec bottle .......i. 36c Corn, Canadian pack, per tin 19c Peas, Early June, per tin 20o Salmon, tall pink, per tin...................27o Lobsler, V, Ib. tins, Ib. tins.........40c Salad Dressing, Libby's, per bottle 35c Ssisd Dressing, Royal, per bottle-.......... 42c Lime Montserat, quart bottle 85c Lime Juice, Monts-rat, pint bottle...........45o Grape Juice, bottle 82e Black Currant Fruitlsde, 4 Ib. tin Prune Jam, Ha'mslerley Farm, 4 Ib. tin.....95c Strawberry Jam, Kootenay Fruit. 4 lb..tin.. 51.35 Nut Margarine, Nucoa, 2 Ibs. for 85c Kem Nut Margarine, per Ib. 40c Van Houten's Cocoa, y, Ib. SOc; Rolled Wheat, bulk, 2 Ibs. for 25c Corn Starch, 2 pkgs. for.................. 25c THE GOOD CO., LTD. WHOLESALE-AND RETAIL HIGH CLASS GROCERS-STORES- AT LETHBRIDGE AND TABER. ANNOUNCEMENTS The pencil' [hat is always sharp. Price Everall's, Ltd., 3rd Ave. South. Dr. P. Richards, Dentist, special- ist In oral surgery and diseases of UM mouth. SuJta 3, Oilier Block. Phone 1193. For fire Insurance In strong British and American'companies apply to W. M. Harris Agency, Phone 1343. Sher- lortz Bldff. A dance will be held In Burgmann's hall. 13th St. N., every Saturday, Mrs. Brasseau's orchestra in attendance.) Dancing from 9 to ,1'J p.m. Uents ladles lOc. li. Burgmann. in charge. LIFE INSURANCE A man's troubles end at death as far-as this worfd'l offered lo do this, is U fair to your fam offered lo do this, is U fatrto your family to force thtm to carry the entire risk of the loss of your protection and earning capacity? Confederation Life Ass'n, 41S FIFTH STREET S. PHONE-1214 Put on your glad rags and come out lo the Tea Knot Choir is-giving tomorrow, atj three. Down fa the schoolroom YOU can about Where you walk In for nothing and pay to get duL There'll be Tea, Cake. an4.. Sand- wiches, music and ssmg. So come with your money and help! al.ung. i We have worked very hard so like to win j A Shield to bring home and to keep, i it we kin. V A dance- will be held In K. oE P. hall on 'Saturday, May 15. four-piece orchestra" In attendance. ladies lOc. SATURDAY CANDY SPECJAL Those enjoy good candy will lind our Saturday Special an opportunity that they cannot afford to QUALITY CHOCOLATES NEILSON'S, MOIR'S, PATTERSON'S Saturday Special, Ib. ROUNDTREES' PASTIt-LES.-Assoriod flavors. Satur- day Special, Ib 1 HA.RD BOILED. SUGAR CANDV Fruit flavors. -Siturday fn Special, Ib RED CROSS DRUG BOOK Co., Ltd Phon. III thirlMk VHE WEATHEK 42 43 EO 3S 38 30 Clear Fair Fair Clear Clear Clear Clear Vancouver 50 Kdmonton......'70 Medicine Hat 70 Reglha 64 Winnipeg....... CO Calgary........ 62 Lethbrldge.......30 The u-eather for tho past 24 hours has been fair and moderately warm in tho tkreo prairie provinces, j Forecast. Manitoba anj crato winds; fine arid moilerately warm today and Saturday. warmer today and Saturday becoming showery. Special Values in Aluminum and Nickle-plated Copper TEAKETTLES Also tea and coffee pots. In fact every.thing, for the kitchen. A. visit to this department will surprise and please you. BUSINESS 1212 OFFICE 1t20 G1TY AND DISTRICT J. Hartie Here Mr. J. Hartie, at one- time a (armor in tho Coaldale district, Is a visitor in the city from California. Opens Branch j The Letbbiidge Vulcanizing hare opened a branch at Macleod.l with D. E. Chaplin in charge. .Sacred Concert Sjmday Evening select Sunday evening concert will given In the Colonial Ihcalre on Sunday evening next. The con- cert will commence at 9.o'clock. U. R. NEXT WESTBROOKBROS, Bsrbtri. Ofp. Bunk of WENT SLUMMING Births, Deaths, Funerals ONDERTAK1NC MACKAY PARLORS 803 Third Avenue U02 VANCOUVER, B.C.. Xfay General Sir David Wilson, K.C.U., C.M.O Lady and JItss Wilson, lirig.- Births. Deaths, Funeral Odium, DS.O, Mayor Gale cards of Thanks, In Memoriam, car'! and others, took part In a gambling ,Hed in calumn a't 10 cents raid which was staged here hv the line, each insertion, mimmum SOc, pay-! local police last night in the Chinese in advance quarters. '_____ Born Mr. and Mat Henrlrickson, of Etzikom, at the home ot-Mrs. Cranncy, Lethbridge, a; son. on May 10th, 1820, weight nine pounds. YOUR GOODS TO USI will pay you highest cash prices and send chock by return. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT FUR CO, LTD. phono 799. Reildtnct 325 Refertno: Standard Bink LOANS See us belofo applying -jelVo" where, .whether, the loan.Is. on dry or .Irrigated'land.' We. can lake-care of yo'tir needs. THE EDGETT AGENCIES Ltd. Block, Lelhbrldgl 'PHONE 651 INSURANCE AND LOANS Be Sure It's a Board Company. A3 ALWAYS TO SERVE YOU WITH EVERYTHING ON THE MARKET TOMORROW. R. Coultry PHONE 492 Funeral Notice The funeral of the lale John Srnerek win take place tomorrow morning at 9.30 o'clock from the.family, residence, 9JS 7th St. N., to St. Patrick's church, where mass will be sung. Interment will lake place in St. Patrick's ceme- tery. MacKay Undertakers in charge.; 3 BIG B0OKS "A SON COURAGE" Archie P. McKishnie Nef "MARY MARIE" Eleanor Porter Presenting "The Sunbeam Girl" Net "MR. PUNCH'S HISTORY OF THE GREAT WAR" With Famous Cartoons. M.OO Net THE TWENTIETH CENTURY BOOK STORE 514 Phont 613 ITALY HAS '.OUAKE and the military have evacuated Osop-J po fort? Xo vlcltms have been report-1 up to the present. SALTED PEANOTS '31' Just Received, a Ship- ment of' FANCY SALTED PEANUTS BLANCHED, DELICIOUS. ..J. L. Peacock Here Mr. 3. L. Teacock, at one time a prominent sheepman In the district j and now of- yew York, is a visitor in j the city today. .D. C. Coleman on Division D. C. Colem'an, vice-president of the C. P. It., was on the Lethbrldge divi- sion of the road last night. He Is re- turning from the coast to "Winnipeg and passed from the Crow's Nest, to Calgary, via Macleod." I. C. Ratld Goes East Mr. I. C. Rand, who has been In law practice at Medicine Hat for the last six-years with the. firm of Laldlaw, Blanchard, and'Rand, has retired from i the same to start a law business flt' Moncton. New Brunswick. Before his departure, on1 Thursday night, he' was banquetted by a number of the legal profession in the 'Hat. Per pound. J.D.HIGINBOTHAM CO, LIMITED Wholesale and Retail Chemists Alberta's Plonesi Oruggisti The Phones Mine Candidates John II. Truner, Coathurfit; Robert Tcnnant, Lethbridge; Bernard Nugent, Klcan. are candidates at the examina- tion being held for mine manager's certificates. Chaa. Peacock. I.elhbridgc; Thomas; til. Adams, Coalhiirsl; Robert Heap, j Coalhurst; John Hickuey, John H. OliphanL Medicine Hat, and i Alec Traser, of Carmansay. are can-1 j didates for examination being held j for mine overman's certificates. j MEETINGS Kreil lias appolntcil Fire- Chief of llrorkville at salary. i Uichanl K. Nf-teon. or.e of Gnelph's most widely-known citizens, ilieil sud- j denly. Ho was a former-Mayor I Mlllon IkCnllough, of St. is suing Gilbe-rt Gregory, ol B, Nls-1 souri, his (atner-in-law. for 110.000 for alienation of hfs wife's affections. Tlic- dispute lu tiio Kngllsh cotton trade has been settled, ami the employes receive an in- crease. Scout Notice The concert advertised for Monday. May J7th, In connection with No. 6 Troop has beeh nriMponcd until Tues- day, May 25th. Tho following frlenrt' have already consented to appear: Miss While, Miss Donaldson, Corp. Thompson, Mr. Kilncr, Mr. Stott, Mr. Jones, -Master Jas. Kergan. Couimls sinner I'ennefather chair. be'in'', thu Assessor W. It. Fellows, c-i Jllen- heim, has received nn Increase of pel year. Lottery Case Sent'Up 1 In the city police court the Chinese lottery case, in which John Oow Is alleged lo be implicated and which; Was adjourned to the 17th. was brought up on Friday and the defend- ant remanded for trial. At the same court the charge of assault against! Lyte FalrKurst, on the information of Fred Woodcock, was withdrawn by., the informant, 'he defendant paying the costs of the court. Mr. A. C, Nash Optimistic A. C. Nash. oid-limer thirty years. Is In Ihe city from Ksm- loops, B.C. Ito notes that everything around looks very propitious for good forming'season and Ihe prospects nre fine for feed, lo judge of Ihe way the grass is showing up. British Col- umbia, ho says, is getting a number of settlers, and there ara many In- quiries as'to grazing. The fiilurc of the fruit season is very bright, lo toll from the blossoms on the. trees. -.The cherry and peach trees arc abundant- ly covered, SUCH MILK AS OURS Is llin very port nt mitk (IrX nnliir-; prescrlhcs for the nour- i.ihmeiit of clillilrtii, then-fore it's fooil :ind bcveraBO for nil mimkiml. When yoii KOI. our milk you KHI In In its purest and most healthful CHIEF MOUNTAIN CREAMERY LTD. PHONE.1529 Bread Won the War, and Will Solve the Migh Cost of Living. __ Use Two Slices for One. ELLISON MILLING ELEVATOR Lethbridge 1 3-passerig'er Shidebaker Roadster 700.00 17-passeriger Studebaker Touring 1250.00 1 Six ZlOO.Oti 1 Foril Touting Guaranteed to lie in first .class running condition. Rega Tfactor Oils and Greases in .Quantity. MOTbEtO.: 1M Louisville Slugger Base- ball Bats -1920 Slozemger Tennis tennis Tapes AND Other Sporting Goods Robertson's Book Store Lethb'rldga 'Hotel Building. Phone 1265 B R A D! WITH PHONE 1175 MODEL BAKERY N. J. Schweitzer, Brooms and Brushes WHEN IN NEED OF ANYTHING IN THE BROOM OR BRUSH LINE, IT WILL RAY YOU TO VISIT OUR STORE, WE ARE SHOWINC .A 'COMPLETE STOCK OF THE 7 Hair Brooms, 12 to 24'Indies to Corn Brooms......'.f.......____51.10 to Toy Brooms.........................-... 30c 'L- Varnish Brushes ..'...............15c to Paint Brushes..................... 60c to ii Kalsomine Brushes 50c to Bannister Brushes ............___. 60c to Waxing Brushes.................., to Sanitary Brushes.................., SOc and 60c THEN WE HAVE-NAIL BRUSHES, SCRUB BRUSHES, STOVE; BRUSHES, SHOE BRUSHES, BOTTLE BRUSHES AND SILVER." WARE BRUSHES. V HICK-SEHL HARDWARE Co. GENERAL HARDWARE, PLUMBING AND HEATINQ. PHONE 762 EVERYTHING for the OFFICE PRINTING AND BOOKBINDING AGENT6 FOR UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER'' BOUGHT, SOLD, RENTED AND REPAIRED. FAC3IMILIE TYPEWRITTEN LETTERS MADE ON SHORT NOTICE EVERALL'S LIMITED SOUTHARO BLOCK THIBO ;