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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EDISON PHONOGRAPHS NOSDKEIKE.- .PIANO! ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CQ., "Everything J15 6th Strest South Phons I IB-lUrtr-L. MILY COMMERCIAL CAFE i 208 5TH ST. SOUTH THE 3EST PLACE TO DINE V LR Huylcir? Bonbons and Chocolates Acknowledged Stsndard by which all others are juttgcii" Assorted Chocolates, Assorts Chocolttes, Assorted Nut and Hard Centres, Chocolate Covered Brazil Nutj. Assorted Almonds. Chocolate Covered Cherries, Pecan Caramels, Oocoanut Royals. The Stokes Drug Ud. DSUG3ISTS AND STATIONERS NEXT. DW.IAS HOTEL PHONE 1457 rsi Winter Vegetables is the time to a supply (if thsse while the price is low. The quality of.these goods is-the finest. i POTATOES, per cwt. ONIONS, CABBAGE, per cwt.......... CARROTS, per' cwt ...........SS.'.O BEETS, per cwt. ...........52.75 TURNIPS, per cwt. ..........J3.25 :...52.75 extra' Wareh3u" ln Lelhbrldge. freight, cartage or delivery charts extra, it you live out of town, write us for prices delivered at your nearest railway station. THE GOOD CO., LTD. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HIQH.CLASS GRCCtR8-STORE8 LETHBRIDGE AND TABER. v A Make Winter Driving v3 easure i j Gone jce.ilie dajs nhen it necessan to put up your far for the winter because you weren't outfitted to combat elements. T.h6: time has passed when you got only eight or less months' service your machine. we're reudy to sell you the necessary auto acces- sories that keen your car going' seasons of the year, -lint T.-C--advise you. lo be prepared before the'-snow rites. _ RADIATOR HOOD COVERS FOR ALL .MAKES Op CARS..... Baalim Motor Co.. Ltd. THE AUTO II. McO. vomi and "piano students recital? thrice yearly. -To- ronto Conservatory-exams. Students are provincial and Uomfuiou lists. Studio, 414A 5lh St. South. 18 Dr. P. W. lilchanis, ist in oral surgery anil diseases of the mouth. Suite a, Oliver Phono 1199. 6-0 is' te Cheapest and Best Food TheBigWhiteLoaf i Is Assured By Using PRIDE OF ALBERTA OR MOTHERS' FAVORITE Taylor Milling Elevator The Sherlock Budding. (Fire Troof.) The Sherlock rooms cSer you good accommodation if you ora.staying in town far a day or two.' Harris Agency. Phone 1343. 151 Storm Sash and'Sto'rm'Doors. Xow is the time to Phone ;421 and we will call and take your- measure- ments. The Stacey Lumber Co, 255-1 The Ca.nnoneers are ''playing al Raymqud, AVednesday, the 27th. Tills J is tho first Uia Can- noiieers at Raym'tin'd, a'large crowd is 262-6 I A Scotch dance.will bo held in, .Burgmann's Hall, Friday r.Ight. 22nd October., ia" 'charge Gents Xmas Cards printed with your name and suitable verse, place of expensive gifts. Wo'.have n large as- sortment of beautiful-cards to choose from. Order early. Everali's Ltd., Third Avenue. v '322 Mr. J. T. .lamlesori; presideut of the Brcamfteld is dowirat-lhe well where drilling: baa been resumed, aim, will-be away, from the city for some time: The office in the Dominion. Block is temporarily in- formation can'be obtained-by'phiming Secretary at 1970. .1 ,264-1 The Meiicau Chilli Parlors will have its. opening 23rd 110 5tU and' Sight Chilli, Con Chicken Hot To- males nnd Boies for ladles. 2044 .THE WAY YOU WANT IT tlie kind of hair cut snd shavo -TO give you. WESTBROOK BROS. 6th St. Opp. Bank of Montreal. Funerals EVERY fOMAM Appreciates the Charm of a Beautiful Com- plexion Of course you tbat many things are offered for sale- as beautifiers >vltich are injurious .to tho. skill. '_ Therefore, lu BeleclhiB a bcau- tifyinir ageut for regular nse, you should use discretion. Garden Court Double .Combination Cream is "made, with" this :Je.i in mind: that a preparation --.vhich Vill keep'the'skin sinootb, soft'aud clear and promote a healthy glow. Is beautify- the We 'also havei.Garden Court. Cold Cream, Face Powder, Per- fume, Toilet Vivatcr and Talcum. RED CROSS DRUG Ltd. SHERLOCK BLDO. PHONE 555 VHE-WEATHEK Vancouver 49 46 Raiu Edmonton 68 36 Clear Medicine, Hat SO 30 Clear MoossJaw 53 is Clear 44 25 Clear Wjuulpeg 54 30 Clear 51 47 Calgary ..____ 60 2C Clear Lethbridge SO 27 Clear Regina 50 Clear Brandon 4S 26 Clear Port Rrthus C2 4S .16 Cloudy The weather past 24 hours has been cloudy t u mi n g to fair. Lo w teinpera- lures were general last night. Forecasts All today and on Fri- day with staatlonary or a little higher temperature. CITY AND DISTRICT Stock on Reserve At the cc-jrt held in'Pineher Creek, on Octoiier 17th, A. of Todd's Creek, was fined the sum of ?20', -.vitli costs, by M. Henderson, allow- ing his stock to enter the Crow's'Nest Forest Reserve-without having a miL Until Chicago Grain CHIC VGO, Or-t had some in the wheat market today largely., as a resiiH of strained econ- omic C3ndIllo'nS> the British coal strike In particular., A large.elevator conaplcumis nf on the selling side, reversed their pool-' lion and helped rally the market. ening prices, ranged from uncliangedj to Ic lower with December 202 1-2 to 203 1-2 nnd March 185 to 195 1-2 and we're-followed' by- moderate general upturns. Oats followed other grains, optmlng He off to 1-Sc higher, with December 53 M-to'53 C-S. The market later made slight seneral gains. Births, Cards of Thanks, In, ried In this column at' ID ce'nts' per ilne. each Insertion, minimum able in advance. f MACKAV PARLORS 803 Third Avenue 1802. (HJALITY SUPREME We arc not trying to hake a chtep loat loajf. :brle thit tiring .repeat orders" and more Veffp'Iisased ctistom- era Tfioreforc, vje- must bake And we do. Kvery slice proves that. Phono..any.. Grocery..or 1175. MODELBAKERY rJ. J. SCHWEITZER, Prop. POULTRY FfeED Whent Corn Bran Cr'jehed Oats Shorts Mixed Drain Screening Oyster Shell Wodehousft irwigorator F, 0. HYDE CO. 2nd Ave. Phons 1244. CARD-OF THANKS'i' We wish to for kindness and sympathy extended In our recent sad Ihose who kindly loaned Cars-and the .fol- lowing for'floral Sisters of Moose Heart Jyegioh', heart; :sonlor puriils Ualhralth .School; Girls Dent. United'-Slinday., School, spray; spray; Oarlnitt llusiness College, Unil'etl. Sun- day School, spray; S. A. B. Cranli, spray; Lnyal Order pf Moose, spray; Archie spra.y; Lelhbridge Herald, spray; Unknown, spray. F, A. Parker Myrlle, Mabel and Florence.': CARD OF THANKS Mr. 3. Powell and children wish .to thank nil those who exit-tided sym- pathy and many kindnc'ssea .to. thoin during their recent "Fad 'bereavement also for the beautiful floral tributes from the Heart, husband and children; sprays. livolhOTB :niid sisters, Salvation Army; sprajvrllr. nnd Mrs. Cornwall-add Mr. nnd 3Irs. Jottlo! spray. Miss't'on- ner. 1 i I; o clock i S f rp -I I I lonignt 1 J.D.HIGINBOTHAM 1 CO., LIMITED I Wholesale and Retail Chemist! 1 1 Store I j S I Phones 1 I Lcthbridgc, Alberta, Canada. g CUEATKD A RUMPUS AT MILK RIVER "A CaseLat Colitis At Coutts, on October 20th, before G.U, noberts, J.P, H. Ostby, of Gpults, had to pay the costs ot .for. flowing His animals to run un- restrained. The court the 30 liead of cattle and cue shee'o be' co'nflu'ed. Attend Convention Mayor Hardlo went up. to Calgary last night to attend .the Provincial HoEpital-Convention there. He was accompanied by' Dr. Levering who, together with him, wan elected as a delegate by. the local-Hospital Board to the convention. Not a Good Singer At the city court'on Thurs- day. 'George Peg'alll, all Italian, was fined with costs intOTi- cated and giving play to bhstreperous conduct on Fifth Street! the was accentuated by his singing the Italian Rational Anthem in raucous aTi'd unmelodioua 'notes. For being In the'like'state of Inebriation, W. Mil- son was j With Dr. Grant The Rev. McLachlan, of Tor- onto, social service secretary of the Presb'yterian church will lie in town tonight'and will assist Dr. Grant who is speaking in Rnox Church' tonight Rev; Dr. Grant is an ex-moderaler of the General Assembly, and n pioneer minister of tlio Yukon. During tho war he was sent overseas iiy tho church to organize the church work In connection'with the forces. VETS TO MEET TO ORGANIZE A BAND IWliy does U t.nkD r.H much arjfcrtia- las lo sell Eiiap if it's true'that clean- liness is next to Four Individuals, one of them' being a. youth of 1C years, who found-the proverbial, "mischief .still -for'idle hands to were up.before.Justice of tlic Peace Tolley at Cotilts on tlJe] charge of bcir.g vagrants and'creating] a rtfstiirbanrc in They! bail got ilif! line hy evading the IninilguliVin the men were Fraok'Hunfell of St Thomas, Onl.: of Seattle, and vniliam and John i citiist, u! Kalis, the first three' wore, each 520 with costs, or in rbys; tha last ac'couut of youth, SlO with cost or 10 :Tht among theni, UK fines were paid by hro local farmers. i A meeting will be held ut the Vet- erans' club tonight to arrange-for the formation of a military band. It Is liopetl to obtain the transfer of the brass Instruments, from the city band, Iho contract with which has expired. Witli the possession; of the instru- ments it is Intended (p hold a series of open air concerts next summer and to'aid in concerts and entertainments In matters of community and other services. Part of tho program will rio the. holding an open ilr band con- cert In the grounds'c( Gait'Hospital once n .week for the benefit of the patients, if the permission of the proper authorities is obtained. Chief of Police Gillespic, who Is an ac- complished cornel player, Is taking a great Interest In the'formation of the band, with a to tho services It can render.. lie considers that a mili- tary, band of Iho description to be formed will be a decided, acquisition nnd a benefit to the city. The clock Invariably strikes Inc half hour .when you wake up and want to know what time H Is, If there were BETTER MEATS we would Sell them COULTRY PHONE 492 Green Adams Dealers tn Hldee, .Pelts, and Furs Rear raid Office" PHONE Kef. Standard liank WE PAY CASH FOR Waste Paper BOOKS, MAGAZINES AND. CARDBOARD WE ARE GRADUALLY RETURNING TO PRE-WAR DAYS Already the "mills have gone back to manufacturing Pattj.nt flour. -We are again manufactui-ing that "old reliable brand, which is always uniform because we sc- loct our own wheat, is milled by the most meth.ocjs, rELEVATOR CO., LTD WASTE PAPER BASKETS LETTER BASKETS v SOILED CLOTHES BASKED BABY BASKETS WQRK BASKETS In fact we have baskets for almost every pur-'' pose, all a'Hhe lowest prices possible, BUSINESS PHONES 1212, 1919 OFFICE, 1920 i WEHAVEAFEWGOODSECpP CARS Of different: which we bought at right prices arid Ms tho city, will ,ue remembered as of -the; celebrated Holstoln bull which twor years ago. fetched tlie record price of In ff .AGENTS FOR.UNDERWOOD A.ND REMINGTON TYPEWRITERS: BOUGHT, SOLD, RENTED AND REPAIRED. PRINTING AND'BOOKBINDING EVERALUS LIMITED iCOOK TKIRO AVtNUI MOTH ;