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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EDISON NORDHEIMErt PHONOGRAPHS PIANOS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LID. "Everything M5 6tn Strtet 'South Phone IMS DAILY HERALD THE WHITE LUNCH A GOOD PLACE SAME OLD STAND w Sec Usior Your School Supplies Chapman's Looseleaf Note Books Chapman's Looseleaf Fillers Imperial Looseleaf Note Books Exercise Books, Scribblers, Pencils, Erasers, Rulers, and Text-Books The Stokes Drag Co., ltd, DRUGGISTS AND STATIONERS NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 g TRUCKS Cut down the cost of haulage CHEVROLET and NASH One and Two Tons capacity, guaranteed to take Fifty Pef.Cerit. Overload. Let iis explain to you our selling plan. Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. EVERYTHING FOR THE'AUtO" Monday Being a Holiday We expect, a big rush on Saturday and we would advise our many customers lo do their shopping as early as possible. Below are some prices which should, convince vou that IT PAYS TO PAYCASH Apples for cocking, 40 ib box .32.45 Greengage Plums. 16 Ib basket ...........S2.85 Peaches for silting, per basket..............70o Pears, goo'd and firm, per basket Crab Apples, per box Sugar, granulated, 20 Ib Lanka Tea. per Ib package package given FREE for coupon) Soda size, pef ...28c Wagstaffe's. Raspberry Jam, 4 Ibs Marmalade, Burdlek's, 4 !b tin .20 Picnic Hams, 9 to 10 per Ib.............40c Bccon, side, 16 to 20 Ibs. per Ib .............S8c -Corned Eeef, sliced per Ib Sardines In toll or mustard, 12 tins Salmon, tall, per tin Herring, tins Sago and Tapioca, 2 Ibs Dill Pickles, special, per Marshmellows, fresh, assorted..............45c THE GOOD CO., LTD. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. HIGH CLASS GROCE STORES AT' LETHBR1DGE- AND TABER. Plymouth Standard 500' .19c Plyinpath Special 550' much..appreciated. ait above VHE WEATHEH Bread is the Cheapest and Best Food: Is Assured By Using PRIDE OF ALBERTA OR MOTHERS' FAVORITE Taylor Milling COMPANY 45 50 3S 47 46 U 42 46 35 50 40 45 45 3S has (ho Lethbriilge, clear J......, .73 i Vancouver, clear 6S i Calgary, clear 7.S Foremost, clear.......... 74 65 Saskatoon, clear Winnipeg, clear H Edmonton, cloudy -74 Cardstou, clear 67 Medicine Hat, clear-....... .75 Macleod, fair 73 Jaw, VI Regina, clear 75 Port Arthur, clear......... 6S The weather since' yesterday been part cloudy and cool .in whole Tvest> little or'hb rain. Forecast All western provinces: Moderate winds, fine higher] temperatures today and on Saturday. tUe 4tl> Mer., upon.which the Is situated. 220-6 Geoffrey "Waddington announces that he will open his studio.at 304 12th SI. south and is prepared to take a lim- ited number of pupils for. instruction on the violin. Term now commencing. For terms and phone 469. -W. 6 ANNOUNCEMENTS ,Tha Lothhridge Conservatory of Music 13 now open.' Every hranch pi music.- Kxpression and dancing will THERE'S NO.DANGER All our tools are kept in an anil- septic steriliser.' WESTBROOK BROS. 6th St. (off. Bank of Montreal) yNDERTAKWO MACKAY PARLORS 833 Third Avenue 1802 If there were BETTER MEATS we would sell them. R. COULTRY PHONE 492 .Rev. Captain penoioti nil 1. hold a service at the Crystal Lake School House on-Sunday, Sept. 5lh, and special music will Be Tendered.' Private stationery, boxed or In'pails; large assortment.; Prices frbm'ISc up. Bmbossea Evefall's, 3nl South. 4-0 1B-SEASON llE HOT MTER BOTTLES SATURDAY AND TUESDAY We are offering splendid lines of first quality Hot Water Bottles at attractive prices- Special No.' 1-Ouaranteed bottles, regular price ?2.50Mo Special No 2 hottle regular pnci }loO, special quality 54 Percent Taxe's Pkid st 31 Consumers' Hardware Supply Co y Business Phones: 1212, 1919 Office, 1920 Splendid Showing By Taxpayers Per Cent. Better. Than Last Year RED CROSS DRUG BOOK Co., Ud. Hi Bldi. ;Dr. P. W. Richards, Dentist, special- ist in oral surgery.and-rtiseases of the moulh. Suite 3, Oliver Blftck.' Phone 1109. .7- 5-0 e taught by a staff o[ certified teach- I..' 219-0 Viva A. Elton wishes tn an- ounce that she will be available for eginners and advance pupils in iarioforte at her Studio in the Em- ross Block, 5th St. South, comroenc- ng Wednesday, Sept 1, 1920. Appli- aliens may be made at residence, 209 7th Ave. So., or phone 490. 15-5 H. _McG. Young, vocal and piano itudeuts recitals thrice yearly. To- onto Conservatory cxame. Students are provincial and Dominion medal- inls. Studio, 414A 5th St. South. 19 Jliss Bawden's Private School' will reopsn for the fall term .pn-Ttissdsj', September 7th, at: 9.30 a.m. For fur- ther particulars, apply'1255 4th Ave. South, or phone 115S. IS NOTICE TO SHOOTERS No" shooting will bo allowed on Sec- .ion 6, Township 7, Range 19, west ot he 4lh Mer., also, on Sections 1, 2 and 3, Township 7, Range 20, west ot SALVATION ARMY. SALE OP WORK DON'T'VOROET. the sale of work at the Salvation Army citadel on Tuesday, at o'clock, opened by Mijor Alice Good- win of Calgary. All kinds of useful articles, .also some.-nreUy lih'rary table cloths in browa "Crochet. Afternoon tea will he served.- The I.ethbridge tallies'.Hair Dress- ing Parlors: Mrs." Massage and Scalp.' Specialist.. Phone 1710. Hull Block, 7.lh St.; ground floor. 14 Almost ties for Students at the fligh and Ik School Taxes paid'during the first diss- count period, which ended at the end of., the month, were of the most encouraging description, the sum paid in being reprt- tenting 54 per cent of the taxes. This contrasts very favorably with the same period last year, xvhen or'49.5 per cent, of the .taxes, were paid, The tax sale will take place jri on which 1919 'taxes''1 ira'owing will go to the hammer.. 'Owners are, reminded that they should make haste io pay the ar rears to prevent their holdlnge falling to the city. Hold Minimum Wage Hearing In Lethbridge, ,You Hear >VljereTei! You Go "My Next Car Will Be a Studebaker." Calj at 'our show room's and" see a kEAL MADE TO ORDER AUTOMOBILE GRAHAM MOTOR CO., LIMITED .Serve Model Bakery Bread If you like 1C- give your fam- ily and friends of Mist, N'o home baking can c'liial ours. can jjosslbly have Ihe facilities we have.' Do not skeptical nbmit It. OlTC us at least fhs chanco to PTOTO. our assertion. Phone 1175 or Your-Grocer, N. J. SCHWEITZER, Prop. Open Until 9 lock o c Tonight He tl ley Go. m Miss Alleen M.-Joiics will resume her classes in pianoforte 'at her-sluilio, _ 623 9lh Street Sonfti.', ed to phono' and make, arrangements j as to time, etc. Fountain Pens from to Ever-sharp. Pencils from to 75. B Knox choir rehearsal tonight at S. There are vacancies for. a, few' more voices. See or phone Mr. l.aylon, CUSTOMS OFFICER MAY is ADMINISTER TAX OATH' Officials In Ihe luxury tax depart- ment slate thai merchants rendering their returns from small towns 'may overcome K difficulty' heretofore ex- perienced In having their.stalcments sworn before a commissioner or jus- lice of ihe'veacc, -by taking them lo the local customs ofllcer, who' for the Alberta's Pioneer Druggists J.D.HIGINBOTHAM Wholesale and Chemltts Start Lethbridge, Phones Arrangements Completed Sittings of Commission Cities of Province For FRENCH ORGANDIE THE STATIONERY OF THE REFINED It is used by all who appreciate high class sta- tionery. In note paper and tablets with envelopes to match. i PHONE 364 S. JACKSON PRESCRIPTION SPECIALIST _ __ "merchants lo mak'e their .luxury tax returns by Inlanil" Tlevemie atanips, have not as receired- by the department here, but they are expected to arrive, from Ottawa short- ly anil will probably be Issued some time iIurhiK Hie coming-week: anpllcallons have been recalved in purposds of Ihelact }s v'ealecl with commissioners' This proce- dure will not he np.ceasary when the license forms for retailers .and others i under the luxury (ax provisions.ouini; slmclion is almul lo start on thn row Intn effect. The licenses, wliich will Calpary for the licenses. is have been revised and con- Xormal antl Technical Bchuol enable I lug to ho built in'Calgary. builfl- EDMOXTON, Sept. advis- ory committee recently appointed un- der the Factories :Act held its first meeting on Wednesday morning at the'legislative buildings with a full attendance ot members excepting Walter Smitten, of Calgary, one of the -labor representatives on the com- mUtee. Thursday. morning's session was simply a preliminary affair for the purpose of arranging dales (or In- quiries to be held in Edmonton, Cal- gary, LollibrMge and Medicine Hat. K. M. McLepcl, chief factory inspector for the province, acted as chairman, while Mrs. Margaret Lewis canted out the duties bt secretary. The olher members of tie commit- tee present were: H. Milton Martin, representing the Manufacturers' Asso- ciation; J. A. Gaelz, Fled Deer, repre- senting the Retail Merchanls' Associa- tion, and Robert McCrealh, labor rep rosenlalive. Dates for Sittings The dales for the official sittings ot Ihe commiltee decided upon nre as follows: Medicine Hal, Sept. 21, 22, 23; I-ethbrldge, Sept. 24 and 25; Calgary, Oct. 5, G, 7, and 8; Edmonton, Oct. 12. 13 and 14. Tho hours of sitttnE will be from 5 a.m. until 12 noon and from 2 to 6 p.m. each day. If necessary the chairman will call one evening ses- sion at each cily. The place of meet- ing in the various cities will.be an- nounced later. The meetings' will be open to the public' and anyone de- Elroua'of orierln? evidence or opinion will .be. -welcomed. inquiry Is to examine' Intp-'-'c'oiidlUons ot the mini- mum should be paid lo all persons uhileV the age of eighteen arid tb'w'oineiir'it Is. Ihe intenlion of Ihe to make Ihe fullest matters -which the amendm'eiit to the I'actorlea Act entities themllo inquire Inlo. HE.A08 ASSOCIATION of the niqiiplcd ppMce-asaembled here to- night'to perfect organization as a'n'as- soclatlon, there b'eing present men whc bad 30 years and more thari-a dqzeK who had served ia the Northwest .Rebellion. There iras also present Col. James Walker of Calgary, who came to Canada.in 1873 with Col. French when the force was established. He partlnlpntel in Ihe famous march .across the lintrackeil prairie 'to Port'-JIaoL'eocI, where .not- a man In the Iroop had been before. Officers elecie'd Honorary comptroller, Mr. C, R. McLean, comp- Iroller of fie commissioner, Col: James iisslstnnt :Dr. Brailhwaite, Ed- monton; .Major X. B. rer; Col. McllJree, .Victoria, and Col. Calgary. Depuly Minister WHdushby ha's been' nsBassinited at of pndb.'BrUiati India, by a Mussiil- nlan' fanatic. 111 (If Get the I Commercial Cafe DINE AT THE "OUR" BEST FLOUR" Why worry about bake day when you can call your grocer by 'phone and have a sack of BEST" flour put in your flour -chest within an hour? When using "OUR BEST" it is a pleasure to bake, as it is so easy to handle arid the result is always assured. Your grocer always handles "OUR BEST" be- cause'he is sure it will give satisfaction. ELLISON MILLING ELEVATOR CO, LTD 1ABOR DAY Bpond Opera House COMMENCING 9 P. M. Everything for the Office KOLOK, PEERLESS, ADANAC A. GOLD MEDAi; TYPEWRITER CARBON PEERLESS, CARTER'S and OOLO MEDAU TYPEWRITER RIBBONS a BARTER'S, WATERMAN'S and STEPHENS' INKS Aotnts for' UNDEnWOOD TYPEWRITER DICKS MIMEOGRAPH PRINTINO-BOOK BINDING ElYERALL'S LIMITED SOUTHARD SLOCK AVINUI tOUTH ;