Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
y S PIANOS ASSINIB01A MUSIC CO., LID. r "Ev.rythlng Muilcsf SIS 6th South JM5 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE WHITE LUNCH A GOOD PLACE TO EAT SAME .OLD STAND 2 a a a c c See Us (or Your School Supplies lc A i i bi L Note Books j on Apples and Blueberries Chapman's Looseleaf Fillers I InipePTa! Looseleaf Note Books Another shipment of Northern Alberta Blueberries, also a speciarlot of B. ._ i 11 i i MH j-. ,n i i_ _.__ Exercise Books, Pencils, Erasers, and Text -Books The Stokes Drug Co., lid, DRUGGISTS AND STATIONERG NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 14E7 C. Transparent Apples just received which we are going to sell at a snap. .-Blueberries, put up in 3 Ib. baskets, price per basket.. I tlC Transparent Apples, fine for cooking or eating, 40.Ib, cases each THE GOOD CO., LT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HIGH CLASS AT LETHBRIDGE AND TABER. i I i I TRUCKS Cut the cost of haulage CHEVROLET and NASH One and Two Tons capacity, guaranteed to take Fifty Per Cent. Overload. Let us explain to you our selling plan. Baalim Motor Co., ltd. EVERYTHING FOR THE-AVITO arftcles-. ulso sortie pro'tcy.library table tloihs in brown- and tnx-hel. Afternoon lea will be served.. -'.'3-1 I The tcthbridge Ladies'llair Dress-1 iug Parlors. Mrs. Woods, yedical j i Massage and Srclp'Specialist. "Phone into. _ H I Miss Aileeh' Jones Vifl "resume fher classes lu pianoforte- al her studio. j C23 9th South, Piinils arc ask 'cd'to nhone and mato .'arrangements as to time, etc. Bread is the Cheapest and Best Food Is Assured By Using PRIDE OF ALBERTA OR MOTHERS' FAVORITE Taylor Milting Elevator COMPAm V'' Special Board .Meeting An important special meeting'of Ine official board of Wesley church is call- ed to meet in-the to- night Owing to the ill- ness of the iRev. C.: E. Cragg, in Calgary, the question of pulpit sup- pi) must be considered Important matters relating- to. th'e choir are alao to be 'considered.' -.The-recording sec- retary, Dr. anxious1 that there be a'full attendance. Births, Deaths, Funeraj Notices, Cards of Thanks, In: car- ried in this colunin'.at i10 'cents-per ine, each Insertion, minimum 50c, pay- able In advance. ANNOUNCEMENTS The- l.elbliridga Conservatory cl iMusic la now open. branch ol music Expression and dancing will lie iaught by a staff o[ certified leach ers. ------218-0 THERE'S NO DANGER All our tools are kept in an anti- "septic sterilizer. WESTBROOK BROS. 6th St (opp. Bank of Montreal) Miss Viva A. Elton, wishes to an nounce that she will be available1 for beginners and'.: advance pupils iu Pianoforte at her. Studio .in .the Em press Block, 5th'St' South, commenc .Wednesday, Sept. 1, 1S20. Appli- cations .may be. made ut residence, 209 7th Av'e. So'., or phone 15-0 Births, Funerals Takes the Sting BORN: Mr. and.Mrs. .James A. Donald, a son, at Van Haarlem hospital, Se.pt.- 1. 224-1 After you have esposed.your skin to the sun in the enjoy- ment of; some outdoor sport, yon'il need 'something to re- move the "burn.1 NYALFACE CREAM Cools and soothes and taltes out air soreness and Inflammation. Keep a hanO. Price 60 cents RED CROSS DRUG BOOK Co.. Ltd. VHE WEATHEK Vancouver Edmonton lied Deer Calgary Cardslon LetbbridgB Medicine Hat Slacleod Moose Jaw Swift Current rieglna Saskatoon 1'rlpce Albert Brandon Winnipeg Port Arthur The weather 74 66 71 74 63 65 60 62 69 56 70 6T 72 69 74 64 the 51 42 32 4S SI 39 44 40 45 44 46 42 42 50 45 42 Clear I Clear Clear Cloudy Cloudy Clear Fail- Clear Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Clear Clear past twenty-four hours has been part-cloudy and cool with light sho-ners in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, cloud) and cooi in Al berta Forecast and cool today and im Friday. CITY .AND DISTRICT Medicine Hat Visitor Secretary Richardson of the Medi- cine Hot Board of Trade IB In the city today conferring with Commissioner Freeman and local merchants oh mat- ters pertaining to the Western Can ada Colonization. Association drive for funds. Record Low: Rainfall Haintall at Nobleford tor the month, of August was .15 Inch, one th lowest months on record. Mr.: and-.Mrs. George N. McLean, at the" Van Haarlem .hos- pital, Sept 2, a son 2241 UNDERTAKING i .MACKAY PARLORS 803 Ttilrd Avenue 1802 I If there were BETTER MEATS we would sell them PHONE 492 11. McG. Young, vocal and piano students recitals thrice yearly. To rontp Conservatory exams. Students ire provincial and Dominion medal lists., Studio, 414A 6th St. South. IS pled the .city, on- Wednes- day, September 1st, infant son ot Mr and Mrs. H. B, Xorth, Gordon Peebles, aged y nionlhs. TLe arrangements i will be announced later T S Fetter I 1% in charge 30 Died; on Thursday, September--: 2nd, iu- fant son ot Mr. John1" Luch- amfky, 706 12th'fit. N'orthJ "The funeral-will take'pjace.from.the late residence and proceed to St. Patrick's church, where' services will he held at.4 p.m., Thursday.-Sept; Inter- ment in St. FatricWs cemetery. Charles Mackay, undertaker. .-25 Miss Bawden's Private School will reopen for the fall terni; on Tuesday, September. 7th, ai 0.30 a.m. i-'or Jur- ther parliculirs, apply 1255 4tli Ave. South; or phone. 1158. 18 Thirty-Nine Fpr'rOne Duel Is Record So Bt Lots of liirds. No shooting will be allowed on Sec- tion Range 19, wcsl of the 4th Aler., also on Sections J, '2'' and iiange 20, west ot the 4th Mer... upon which the IS-Mlle Is situated.. 220-G Stories of diicks arc now drifting liacV to it GepffTsy Tv'addington announces that i seems there- are plenty for everyone ha will' open his studio at 30412th St. [whether you set up at three o'clock southland ;Is prepared to take a liny, in the morning or whether, yon take il'e'd number' of pupils for Inalriicilon jn nleasnnt trip .to a friendly- farm and on the Violin. Term now commencing.! lake your time. Weatfcer- lias besn far terms and 'particulars, phone "for sliootirtg "so -Just- enough We Are Open ILJntil U o'clock Tonight THURSDAY Labor Day P. O. Hours The general post office Till he closed on Labor Day, Monday, except- ing between-the hours-b! 8 anc 10.00'.'a.m., during Tfhich'period post- age-'stamps-will ho sold End the gen o'ral'delivery and'registration wickets tt-lli be 'open: There will be no de- livery by carriers i MEETINGS Canadian Btolherhood of I-Uonary Engineers and Firemen will hold "tlieir regular meeting in th Labor Temple eve- ninE at S o'clock. All power. plan workers invited Alberia'o Pioneer- Druggists J.D.HIG1NBOTHAM CO., LIMITED Wholesale and Retail .Chemlrti Start Ltthbrldge, Alberta, Canada Phones SOUTH AFRieX IS AFTER SETTtEfiS. .A.Scotch dance will he belli In Burg- in the morning air to make .the shooters interested..- i Kol 'Crawford and Fred 1 Ionic arc 'man's liall on Friday. Sept. :inl. Dane- c-hamplona sr> far to- Ing from fl lo 2. Hetreshments will received --of served. Kennedy.in' t-harge. llcy.. (.'upl.iln Uenoon will al the Crystal Lake iiEe Sept, 5tli, at p.m., special music will be rendered.' lags they arc: in Ladles JOo. itiie lead for a morning's shoot with hctwecn them. N'e- stortqs of cx- icessive klilinge been htard uut hold a j lots o( yarns o[ goo'd sport have come School ito hand. Private afatlonery, or in pads; largp assorfmeiit. Prices from Iilc up." Bmb'ossed free: Kvcr.-ill'a, 3rd Avo. South. 4-0 Dr. P, Hlchards. Dentist, special-: isl.in. and diseases of the nibnlti. Suite 3, Oliver Illock. Phone Serve Model' Bakery Bread g Ft vnu like lo (Elre'.your fam- 5 My and friends of the beat. Ko honiis hiking can' ours. a Xo home can pogsibly- have f the facllfttes'-we .have. Do "BKeptlcal abonf il.