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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta �0l�ON NORDHIIMIR ^HONOatlAPHt PIANOS * ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Evtrythlna Mutlcal" S15 �th StrMt �outl> Phone f�}5 GARDEN COURT Benzoin and Almond Cream  This is a soothing and healing lotion for 1)eiiutifylnK the Complexion. ^ It is especially recommended for red, dry, chapped and bruised �kin, and givcit immediate relief from Sunburn, Wndburn-quieting the "Sting" and restoring the 'natural color. i It is quickly absorbed leaving the skin soft atid. smooth. Tke KENNY ft ALLiN Ce., Ltd. THE PEN8LAR STORE Phone 1487 Next Dallaa Hotel teas and co Tea. and CefTte. at the prieet w. are aelliha them for ara *��Pj��"i"y;g"�-l,^?^"" SioneV Our conditiona of the market, It looka at though they weutd ^^Pi5�5^i*^^^ Special.blond Coffea and our Special Borken Ofange ,P�kO� Tea ara two llnaa we-can raooirtnjend to particuiar paeple-'and the Prices are right/ > , vvl^ . f; .�.-�V   ^^''.^ Our Speelal Bl*nd Ciffee, whole or fraah Our �p�OlalBroj�#n Orange Pfkbe Taa, ground, par lb. o^:......................... ^ . �> ;   V ',.................^iTe In 10 lb lots .........., 5�c ' In 10'IB. Iota .v.  .                  ;   ; WE CARRY A^COMPLETE LINE OF ALL-KINDSaP TEAS *;W^Ms>TATTRACTICE PRICES. THE GOOD C?C3^ LJIX WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HIOH CLASS QROCERa-STOflES^T.L AtiO TABER. MADE INcANXiOA THE CHEVROLET "FOUR-NMTY^' TOURING CAR YOIJ ARE UROEO TO INVESTWATE-TME ECONOMY RECORDS, THE REPUTATION AND THE PERFORMaVuCE OF. CHEVROLET CARS BECAUSE TO KNOW ALL ABOUT THEM IS TO BE CONVINCED THAT THEIR PURCHASE REFLECTS FAVORABLY ON THE GOOD JUDGMENT OF THEIR THOUSANDS OF OWNERB. Baaliin Motor Co., Ltd; ' EVERYTHING FOR-THE AUTO Five Lots Comer Eighth Street and Fourth Avenue for aale at Good Price. There is good cement foundation . already on p^miset. What offers? W.F. NELSON & COMPANY 416 FIFTH STREET 8. PHONE: 1214 U. R. NEXT WESnttOOK BROS. Barbara. Opp. Bank of .Mootraal CAREFULLY SELECTED, FRESH KILLED meats -an4 everything on the market Buy by cofkpariaon. We do. R. COULTRY PHONE 492 yNDERTAKINC ' MACKAY PARLORS 803 Third Avenue South-Phono 1S02 JP What Everybody Has Bieen Waiting For! English-made Reliable STYLO PENS BALL POINTED PEWS VULCANiTE PEN HOLDERS FLEXIBLE STEEL RULERS The first English good* of the kind to reaCH Cabatla in years. THE TWENTIETH CENTURY BOOKSTORE 514 4th AVB. Phone 813 SHIo YOUR GOODS TO US! Weirlll pay-you highest cash prices aad send check by return. LETHBRIDGE HIDE. PELT � FUR CO, LTD. Office phona 799. Raaldenea 329 Rsferaiic*: Standard Bank, Tt; your � building had burned ^own hisf night,-would your insurance have protected you from lo�s? Better check up.  We represent only the strongest board companies. THE EDGETT AGENCIES Ltd. Balmoral Block. Lathbrldgo PHONE 651 IN8URANCE and loans Be Sure U> a Board Company. SUCH MILK AS OURS Is the very sort of milk that nature prescribes for the nourishment of Children, therefore It's good food and beverage for all mankind. When you get our milk you get in in its i)urest and most healthful form. CHIEF MOUNTAIN CREAMERY CO., LTD. PHONE 1929 ANNOmCEMENTS Private stationery, boxed or in pads; large assortment. Prices from ISc up. ISmbossed free. Kverall's, Ltd.^ 3rd Ave. S. 139-0 i Dr. P. \V. niahards, Deptist, special ist in oral surgery and diseases of the , mouth. Suite 3, Olivor Block. Phone 119!>. 270-0 Fire, life, sickness, accident, hail, livestock^ and automobile insurance, i N. B. J�eat & Co., 10 Rylands Block. ' Mione 570; 138-Oi Dr. S. H. Sands, dentist, formerly with Dr. Marra. of t^ city, has opened an office: at Taber, Aita. 144-4 , The Social and Daac� wbfcb Is to! be giren by ttae Sbuth Side. Tennis , Olub >of SL AoKUStine^B Church prom- > km to be aootbsroCtheir very delight- { (ul gatlieriiiga. - InTitatiods have been | issaed. Any one desirous of-attending and not receiving an invitation pleasa phone 1490. 145-1 ; The regular monthly meeting of the Sikokotqki Chapter,. I. O. D. E., will be held in the Y. M. C. A. on Tuesr day evening at 8 o'clock sharp. A meeting of the Carpenters' Union will be-held tomorrow evening in the Labor Hall at 8 o'clock sharp. It is urgently requested that all meihbers bfe present, as business of an important nature will be discusBed. St. deorge's Football Club The regular weekly meeting of the above named club is being held tonight at 8 o'clock in the olQces of the Metropolitan Life Co., Shisrlock Bloelc. AH members are requested to be present. Open Tonight Until 9 o'clock RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK Co., lid. Phona MS ShartMk .BIdg.: Fred Kenny Is State* Secretary', and ?leo. Rice State , Advocate. Two citizens of Lethbridge have been elected on the state council for Alberta. Knights of ColUmbus. They are Fred Kenny and G. B. A. Rice. The j election of officers occurred Saturday in Calgary with the following results: State deputy-^Dr. . E. J. Madden, Calgary. State secretary-^Fi-ed Kenny, Lethbridge. State Treasurer-F. J. Hefferman, Gdmonton. State warden-T. P. Plynn, Medicine Hat. State advocate-G. B. A. Rice, Lethbridge. Dr. Madden and L. A. Giroux, past, state deputy of Edmonton, will be delegates to the supreme council in New York in August. Reports were presented on the intended pilgrimage to Metz, France, for the unveiling of a monument to Lafayette. It is quite likely that some Alberta delegates will take in this trip. Hudnut's Perfumes Richard Hudnut-perfumer, par excellence, of New York, hardly jneodp an �IntrBiductioa to the Herald'a readfers. We have just received the following ravishing extracts: Rose of Omar* Soul of Violette, v Perfume PlazaJ * v-Madame Du Barry, Etc., Etc., Etc. ,1 Also-  Violet Sec Toilet^ater, Violet Sec Talcum JPowder, Violet Sec (Dry) Cream, ' MarValloutCoW'''Crcam (Tubes and Jars), Hudnut's Face�*6wder (All Tinto). J.D.HIGINBiOTHAM & CO., LIMITED Wholetalo and Retail Chemists Albarta's PionoM^ Oruggista ^� J^^KOJUL Storm Phones 322-ISIS VH]|: WEATHElC .28 .08 .08 Alancouver .. .. 63 :41 Edmonton ... .. 64 ; 40 Medicine Hat 5� 38 Winnipeg .. ... 58 44 Nelson...... 61 28 Calgary .. .. ..'50 33 Leth^riGood Roads coi\ventioa in Winnipeg^ G. W. V. A. Executivs The Tiewly appointed executlre of the G. W..V. A. will hold Us first meeting tonight (Monday) in the club rooms at eight o'clock. ^ ; At Coalhurat � Adjutant Hardy and Bro. Lawson conducted a gospel meeting last night in ihe Coalhurbt Presbyterian church. S.'O. E. Notice The R.R. degree of the above order will meet on Wednesday at isight o'clock in the L O. O. P. hall. All members are requested to attend promptly. Presentation to Managor The emploiyees of the Coca Cola Com'panypresented to Mr. �. E. Miller, manager, .with the lamp that wa^ awarded by the Hudson's Bay Co. to the Coca Cola Company for the best decorated float in the Victoria Day parade. FAMILY OWNS ISLAND St. Kiltla is the most re'ihble island of the Heljrirtea, the nearest Jand to it being Griraii)ish Point, Iorly_miles away. It has been the property of the MacLeods from time Immemorial; although one of that family, General Norman MacLeod, sold it in 177.5 . It was, however, repurchased in 1871 for 115,000 by his grandson, knoiwh to the worthy folk of St. Kilda as Norman XXII. The present population cpn-oists of about one hundred Qaclic-speaking crofters, who enjoy home rule and are practical communists. Crime is unUnown. The inhabitants live mostly by rearing sheep and'JkiH-ing sea fowl for their feathers and oil. Opens Office at Taber Dr. S. H. Sands, formerly with Dr. Marrs of this city, is now residing in Taber, and has opened up a dental parlor there. Ephraim Coombs Dead Advice was received by Leo i>t. Coombs of this city this morning of the death of his , uncle, Ephraim Coombs, in Garland, Utah, youngest brother of Mr. I. M. Coombs of Card-stou. Court Judgments In the case of Patterson, McKin-t) on and Bell vs Lane, his Lordship; Mr. Justice Walsh, gave judgment dismissing the plaintiffs' claim with costs to the defendant. Judgment in the case of Poapst vb the B. C. Permaii-ent Loan Co. was delivered dismissing the. plaintiff's action. Canadian Girl Guides The annual meeting of the Local Committee, of the Canadian Girl Guides will be held at the Y. M. C. A. on Tuesday evening, June 1st, at 8 o'clock. The committee is anxious to increase Its membership and iany women who are interested are asked to be present at this meeting. Salvation Army Band Sunday A most successful series of spiritual meetings were conducted by Lieutenant Hardy, Bandmaster Barnard, and, bandsmen in the Salvation Army Citadel all day yesterday. In the moiii-ing's holiness service Adjutant Hardy performed an impressive ceremony in the'dedication of Russel Tulloch Barnard, the infant son of Bandmaster and Mrs^. Barnard, to God, after which Mrs. Slarks gave an inspiring address from the bible. The afternoon praise meetings , 21il# inri-^im.........'.......... - .Ouarantsed to be in first class running eonditUMl.i-^^i4 gMam motoR co:, Denoaiic#'?hrilrtian Science and Spiiitiiialism to Opening iOay Audiences. BREAD! with A FLAVOR PHONE 1175 MODEL BAKERY N. J. Schweitzer, Prop. Preachings,About'^Clod's love, Mrs. Aimee SelMt>te McPlierson last night in the c�rllhg>*lnk'Concluded her flrst day's ovangelfstic w'otir in Lethbridge. She was atippbrted'by a good orchestra, the cntwd/iirere: entertained by some catcby.mUsicIand by a.long message from' the .evangelist. ThQ impression had-got abroad in Lethbridge that the speaker would be but da,9tKticslIy,n6tte|9S livtis not\,. , done �Vet$^|9nBday'iit>l�aibHdge pul- ^ pits: The only stertUnjr jBtitAmebt sh�> made ,wa�t|iat.-..� . 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. J Ed It's ;a W^ure to Finuh Floors. TUt Way Just-dip ihe brush in the can-~nothint to mixorfuu: withTT-^pply with an easy twingintf motion of the arm. Tomorrowsthe surface will be dry with � beautiful WAtet^. proof cpaitinA^ttiat will not crack or Kratch white.,. FLOOR FINISH EtpeciaMy made to resist the icuft and tread of |rind> ing heels, it ii for tliat very reason the ideal vamiih for FURNITURE and ALL WOODWORK as well as FLOORS Ei^tbeautHul colors from'Ll|litOak (a Dark Malipiasy,umXk/U as tbo clear varaiih. AH waterproof. ' '  5 � ,v Conk .in-^l�t 111 show you'#hat'JQyeii