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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta COItOM- PHONOORAPKS HORDHElKEM ASSINIB01A MUSIC LID. "EvtrjtMnj SIS South Phont 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY A T TV THE WHITE LUNCH A'GOOD PLACE TO EAJ SAME: OLD STAND. OCTOBER COLDS cold if allowed to run will easily become serious c LAXATIVE COLD BREAKERS are a dependable cold-breaking remedy hi nn easy-to take form. For Colds, Grippe, Cold iti the Head, Influenza The Stokes Drug Co., Ltd. DRUGGISTS NEXT DALLAS HOJELI Winnipeg, Man., Oct. BAALIM .MOTOR CO., We have no intention of chang- ing the !ist price established for the season of nincleen-twenty-one, but in the event of any unexpected reduc- tion in labor snd material affecting and justifying a lowering of the list prices of Chevrolet cars prior to May first, nineteen hundred and twenty-one "rVe will refund to'every purchaser on and after October fourth, during that period the amount of such Tedtfctton. CHEVROLET MOTOR CO. Baalim Motor Co., Ltd FOR THE AUTO- FRESH, OYSTERS SHIPPED IN DIRECT FROM THE .PACKERS IN THE EAST ARE M.OW ARRIVING.FOR US BY EXPRESS REGULARLY. OUR FIRST SHIPMENT ARRIVED TODAY. ALL SOLID PACK, EXTRA SELECT OYSTERS .AND SOLD ONLY BY IMPERIAL MEASURE WHICH IS ONE-FIFTH LARGER THAN THE. WINE MEASURE.; j i PINTS, each 95c HALF-PINTS, each ,SOc OUR STORE CLOSED WEDNESDAYS AFTERNOONS COMMtNCiNQ NEXT WEDNESDAY AND EVERY WEDNESDAY" HEREAFTER, EXCEPTING WHEN THERE IS ANOTH.ER HOLIDAY IN THE SAME WEEK.iOUR STORE WILL CLOSE AT 1 O'CLOCK NOON. KINDLY DO YOUR PURCHASING ACCORDINGLY.: THE GOQp CO., LTD. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HIOH CLASS AT LETHBRIDGE AND TABER. prompt delivery. waiting. Erer- all's Mil., 3rn Are.. S. 63 The Sherlock Building. The Sherlock rooma.offer you good' accommodation if are. slaving hi; town for a day or two. W. M." Harris Agency. Shone U43. 154 This IB the iinie to place insurance on your. household effects. up 1343 and we will call "and give'you full partic- ulars. W.--M. mrrlR-Al5erlcj7-pnone 1343, Sherlock Building." 205 P. Ironside ladfes'.and men's tailoring, cleaning and-'pressing business at 410 6th S.'' Phone 188C. (Ncit Graham Read CrozlerY a'd.' 'offering from now" to October.15th.a free'.pair of pants with ft ular prices. _KYeTy.thinit guaranteed. Open evenings durlne sale, See the display-oj'New- Art -Me. Lagans, in' thcni in and hear them. You'-wiirbe due for a revelation. Willis Pianos, lock. ;y..' Bread is the Cheapest Best Food The Big White Loaf Is Assured By Using PRIDE OF ALBERTA OR MOTHERS' FAVORITE Taylor Milling Elevator COMPANY HUSBAND WILL AGREE that molber never hakeil as good bread as vougot from this fine flavor, ibo the at! round ness, nreyect from tiresome reference to mother's baking Trj a loaf and prove 'H.-.'-No li'cUor bread wfls over liaked on over will 'be. MODEL BAKERY N; V.'SfiHWEITZER, Prop. 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS Tb'e Conservatory o is now.open. Every branch c Bfprcaslori and dancing vri be taught' hy :i staff of cerlificd teach ers. 219. H.-.WcG. Tpung, rocal and plan students recllalr ithrice yearly. ronto 'Conservatory etaras. Studonl are provincial and Dominion mcda lists. 'Studio, 5th St. South. 1 Dr. I1. NV. Hichards. Denlial, specia 1st in oral surswy nnd (lispasos of th month. .Sullo 3, Olirer (Slock. Phon 1199. Xmss Cards are beginning lo rive.-This will have la slock than nrer. We hare selectc the nest designs from six of. the lea ing. inunufActnrara and will The usual weeklr'.dance .will -he eld on Wedoesday. evening, Oct.. 13th the.FSir f.jor Jack ROBS, I.O.D.E. .'Cinrioneers laying-. r265-t The Lethhrldge tidies' Hairdress- Hnll'BIocIr. Mrs.lWoods ishes !o announce that-..the- p.irlors now open, after ho.ing; morith through .Illness.' Phone for an appointment. The Prescription snt receives the personal care fc'hich it deserves. We einplor exper- ienced graduate pharmacists pnly for In fact, we endeavor to give reliable.service in every depart- ment of our business, and our "constant growth convinces us that the "square deal" iwliny pays LET US SERVE YOU OPEN TONIGHT ILL 9 RED CROSS DRUG BOOK Co., Ltd. SHERLOCK BLDG. PHONE 555 VHEWEATHER Vancouver 63 49 Rain Victoria'..... 53 49 Cloudy Edmonton GO 32 Cloudy X'algarj: 6SV34 'Clear Medicine Hat 60 42 Clear LethhrlUEe 60 -35 Cloudy Regina CC 37 Clear Moose-Jaw OS 30 Cloudy Swift Current 67 "37 Clear Brandon GS 38 Cloudy Winnipeg 72 42 Cloudy Port Arthur........ ES Cloudy The weather over Sunday has been aif-and tuool In the whole west. Forecast All fair today and on uesday, not much change Ifl teihpcra- ure. EGGS 'TEggs is these dajs and they are "goin' higher During this In- dian Summer ,w6ather you would do well to the hens a daily ra- tion of MESS'S PANACEA j n It will fortify theih'for the I coming winter. "WINNIPEG, Oct. canVaian far as-the'ecclesiastical irovlnce of Rupertsraud 10 initiative will be-.taken.'for'.so.ine come in the matter or placing ne .Ijtfmheth. conferencti ,kpror osal hefore the afchhisliou; body...-. Archbishop MathlBEon.'primate of.'all Canada, made pening session of the' Anglican "pro vinclal synod in Trinity .Hall Ibrfa'y.' .to declared rthat even If we had'ttie tinie amlrthis he proper place to'consldcf the'flnd ngs of the it-would'not )e the part of wisdom now. The recommendatlons-made-on several subjects are -so far-reaching and EO much in-advarice of anything hat we have :ever had In theVpast :hat they will call'-for'very fiill flection and considered thousbt oh the 1 Wholesale and Retail ChemUts part of the leaders of.the.cburch.be fora action is taken upon them." i Following the reading.of .the. ..pri- mate's charge, the upper house went into separata the lower house continued .with organization work. 35c, Pall J.D.H1GINBOTHAM CO., LIMITED 'Phones Lethbridge, Albtrta, Canada CITY AND DISTRICT Paint Bar gains 12 Dozen Quarts, Of Highest Quality paint, all shades and colors. Take ;acl vantage. of thii low price and protect your.property against the winter storms. This Paint is suited :f or. both inside and. outside. ;'Hardware Supply Co y Business Phones: 1212, 1919 Office, 1920 39th Battery Association At a meeting of the above, held re- cently. It was decided to 'pv.t on the second annual banquet' Thursday, Vovr.lith, 1920. InivtationB arc: now being prepared and may be obtained >onV H. N. Caecadden, "secretary reasnrer7 upon application. Visitor In City Ferguson, tlie newly appointed Alberta manager Canada Lite, ;3 a" visitor' in Letbbndge today. Start Off With Dance The will open its seaaoa on October 19th with n dince in the auditorium of the club. Invit- ations can ue obtained from secrc tary Tnrcotte s office Dancing Tiill go on-between 9 p.m. and 2 Beffesli- m'ents .will be served. Police Court Cases At the city ppljce conrt, on Monday, Nancy Harris -was" fined- S20, with for unlawfully, having "liquor" in public place. In the'same court Eniile Cody was fined with costs, for.'diadrclerly conduct la. a. public place; Judge Busy Judge Jackson will leave this (Mon- aiternocn to hold court In Taber. His Honor in the morning holding chambers. He has been oh Ijge'd'tp decline an invitation to go to Toronto to meet Herbert Hoover, who is addressing almeetlng there In regard to the.ncd Crdsp MEETINGS WHAT SHOULD YOU EXPEC'f .WHEN YOU BUY A NEW CAR OF 'ANY SERVICE Both from car and also from the dealer from whom ypy buy It. Trfere Is nothing, better'made'today In their RESPECTIVE CLASSES STUDEBAKER OR A GRAY-DORT up by a service organization With 10 years' actual experience, you buy from GRAHAM MOTOR CO., LliTED ________'___________.412 SIXTH STREET SOUTH _____ HOLDS A HIGH REPUTATION I IN THE MEDICAL PROFESSION f Our dispensing department 13 nin on a high standard of cffl ciencj lour doctor it hut 1 the yieop'e to know that i not only are- their prescriptions compounded by graduate druggists S but- ilso oui delivery is un to the minute it is inconvenient for >ou to "bring your iirescnntiou, pbone 364 nnd Bill Mill call for it aud I return the medicine pronapth 3 s i. v S PHONE' Sydney Jackson Prescription Specialist WE ARE ARE CAREFUL .UNDtRTAKlNir FOREMOST ouGAmeu FOR THE REFERENDUM (I'Yor.i Our Own'C'otrcasondsntl roiiBjiosT. er of rain Ml Thursday "llie! first to amount to anylhiuK'in'hibiiths. Mrs. II. H. of tempprancn -refereii-: dum a representa- tive'mecling In tlie Jlethodist church Thursday organized a campaign Mr. VIvlait'CarruTlVbrs left last Mon- day morning lor Toronto lo utlend university. Mr. anrl Mrs. Gilree liave moved in- to the house htely occupied by Mrs. Cundlit. ami Mrs. Perry have returned after a two, weeks' vn6ition; Mrs. McTntyre and son i lo. low-i from tho Crow's .N'est Pnss i and inlend living in Korcinofit for the nter al ]easl. i MACKAY PARLORS 603 Tltird. Avenue 1802 Green Adams Dtalers [n Hides, Pelts atltf Furs Rear Herald, Office; PHONE 195rj Kef. Standanl Bank; WE PAY CASH FOR Waste Paper BOOKS, MAGAZINES AND CARDBOARD Masonic Meeting A regular meeting of North Star Ixxlge, No. 4, A. P. and A'. be ield in the Masonic lOtli street, saulh, at S o'clock tonight.' Visitors cordially welcomed. Ctrl Guidfs Tho Girl Guides No. 3 Senior. ivJll meet ab 7.45 o'clock tonight in Kno.x church basement, to make final ar- rangemenft for the parly. Loyal Order of Moose IjCthliridgo Ixidge No. 792 wi'll -mnct on Tuesday evening at 8 p.m. in the Moose Hall, nfglnbnthani hlock. Busi- ness Important. Tho Dictator trusts to see a large at ten dance. .Local committee Girl (iuldes will meet Tuesday, October iSth, instead of October llth as announced. 256-2 Births, Deaths, Funerals Births, Deaths, Funeral Cards.cf tn -Memoriam, car- ried in'this''colurnri'at' 10-cents per ine, each pay- able ih-advancc, SMtTir.-rAt Coaldale on Oct. 9th tho infant .son of Mr. and Mrs. KreiJ erick Smith: Private funeral .from t -iriv c parlors -to public .cemelery, on Oct. 12th. 20th and 39th Batteries The uaunl weekly meetings of Iho above units will bo held in the Ar- mouries, corner 6lh Street and 6lh Avenue south, on Tuesday at 7.30 p.m. No.' 4 Troop Boy 'Sconts will parade at their headrjuarler? as usual Tues- day at 7.30 p.m. Full uniform and staves. Scoutmaster; in Lethbridge on Oct. Sth, aged 26 years, beloved of Verji Davles, of Lomorid.. .The remains are. at Eetter- ly's parlors, and the funeral yvill take p'lace at Oct. 12. at II a.m. the Lomond ceuietery. in [.flardlOYlUo, Mary Grisaft, .aged two [months. Too fuiieral took place this from St. Vatrlck.'s church, ilirec- .or..' from the residence to "the Army be concluded by Adj. Interment will "take place In the p'uh'lic cemetery'. T. S. funeral -directo.r. IN MEMORIAM On Ihls, the 5th anniversary of Jho formalion of tho 39ih it Is well llial ivo shoulil pa> hiimble tribute, to those of our have fallen Mijor A B Stafford b Van Coo! en, C. II. Fraser, J. II. Hamilton, E. 0. Dadswell, T. T. T. ,T, V. Janies- Dtfvics K P Johnston, T A B Porktr C B Sherlock F F lor, W. A. Bryant, A. D; T. Shlpraah, B. F. W. Stowe, J. Larson, J. L. O'JJ. G. llalmes, J. W. Stanway.-J. S. Wrlgh't, W. Spenco, P. B. Held, ''Lest we 'Inserted by 39lh Battery 267 Piskuski, .aged five months, died at'.lho reaiilenco of lis parents in Etaffordviile on Oct 10. Funeral .nolica will appear Inter. T. 3. funeral director. STEAMSHIP ARRIVALS Victoria arrived VICTORIA, Oct. Kra- press of Asia, Yokohama. p'icd'at the residence of lis son, Hohert I-r.nl Navies, aged The funeral will take ptac-o at 2.30 PARTICULAR PEOPLE will always te pleased will) bur meats. They, are alwaya direct from thy farm. R. COULTRY PHONE 492 it SHIP YOUR GRAIN I TO THE DAVIES GRAIN CO. 1 Highest quickest re- turns. Servicei the Ijesl. Offices Winnipeg and Calgary. District Representatives, ff The Edgett Agencies, Limited Balmoral Block, Lethbridge PHONE 651 INSURANCE ANpaOANfe Be Sure It's a Board Company WE ARE, GRADUALLY RETURNING TO PRE-WAR DAYS Already the mills have gone back to manufacturing Patent flour. We are again manufacturing that old reliable brand, "OUR BEST" which -is always uniform because1 we se- lect our otyn wheat, a7id it is milled by the most up-to-f'ite methods. MILLING ELEVATOR CO., LTD TO ASK RATEPAYERS 'TO HELP pEQINA A. REOINA.-----Tho ;submission ot 5 rcfercniliim asking the, sanction of the electors Jho burden of the V. cyclone loan-Indebtedness to the ratepayers was the H'li.iesl pre- ferred of the City Council by a strong ilelogation of; citizens representing many o( the moat lirinortanl ofga'nlza- lions In the'city, Inst" night, (ho ji< ntiest was granted. .1 THE: WAV: YOU WANT IT Thai's this klliil of hair cut and Bh'av.o .we give yViu. WESTJBROOK BROS. 6lh St. Bank of Montreal. POULTRYFEEff Wheat Corn Bran Crushed iOafs .Shorts 'Mixed. Grain. Screenings Oystc.r Shell Wodehouse invlgo'rator F. 0. HYDE CO. 2nd Ave.. Phone 1244; KOLOK, PEERLESS, ADANAC MEDALj TYPEWRITER CARBON PEERLESS, CA'aTJE-R'S and GOLD MEDAL TYPEWRITER RIBBONS ARTER'S, WATERMAN'S nnd STEPHENS' INKS- Aflents for TYPEWRITER i. Q1CKS MIMEOGRAPH BINDING EVERALl'3 LIMITED SOUTHARD BLOCK TKIBD AV1NUI ;