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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EDISON PHONOGRAPHS NORDHEIMEH ASSIN130IA MUSIC CO., LlO. Musical" !15-6th South Phone 1W5 -LET] THE WHITE IUNCH GOOD PLACE TO, EAT u. SAME'OLD STAND Hours Afternoon 2 to 4 Evening 7 to 9 The Stokes Drug Ltd, DRUGGISTS AND STATIONERS NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PhONE K87 Less Overhead Expenses That is what we have had.since operating: our "PAY FOR SERVICE SYS- where goods are sold only for cash and a small charge is made for de- livering. The saving effected is'taken off the price of the goods so that the benefit goes to the consumer.. Get our September Price List for list of prices, THE GOOD CO., LTD. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HIGH CLASS QROCE STORES AT LETH8RIDGE AND TABER. TRUCKS Cut down the cost of haulage CHEVROLET and NASH One and Two Tons guaranteedto take Fifty Per Cent. Overload. Let us explain to you our selling plan. Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. f tVcRYTHINCi FOR THE AUTO ing Parlors. Mrs. Wouds. Medical Miimge and Scalp Specialist. Phone %710. Hull Block, jth floor. H Big Labor Day Dance at the Fair Grounds Pavilion Everything is in'readiness for the g dance to be held at the fair ounds the Major Jack Ross Chap- r and Coffee and iches will lie served and.a good'tinle assured. 220-1 Bread is the Cheapest and Best Food TheBigWhiteLoaf Is By Using PRIDE OF ALBERTA MOTHERS- FAVORITE Taylor Milling Elevator COMPAN} ANNOUNCEMENTS The i.cthuridge Conservatory ot Music is now open. Every branch of inuBic. KxpreJsiou and dai.cing will THERE'S NO DANGER All our tools a re. kept, in an anti- septic sterilizer. '__ WESTBROOK BROS. 6th St Bank of Montreal) be taught by a staff ot certified teach ors. 219-C Viva A. Elton' wishes to an iiuimce" thai. she will be available to beginners and advance pupils Pianoforte at her Studio In the Em press clock, Sth St. South, commeiic Ing Wednesday, Sept. 1, 1520. Appl cations -may be made at residence Till Ave. So., or phone 4l'U. UNDERTAKING H. McG. Young, vocal and pian students recitals thrice yearly. T iirohto Conservatory exams. Student are provincial and Dominion ineda listE. Studio; 411A 5th St. SoulD. J MACKAY PARLORS. 803 Third Avenue 1802 AlMCindsof CookedMeats 1 to tempt the hot weather appetite PHONE 492 NOTICE TO SHOOTERS 'No shooting will be allowed oii'Se lion (i, Township 7, Mange HI, west the 4th Mer., also on Sections 1. and 3, Township 7, Range 20. the 4th Mer., upon which the .18-Mi 1-ake is gitualed. 220 Geoffrey'Waddlngton announces th he will open his studio at 304 12lh south and ig prepared to take a lir ited number of pupils for oil the f lolfn. now commencm For terms and psrllcuiars, phone 46 221- Rer. CapUIn Denoon will hold the Crystal I-ake Scho House on Sunday, Sept. 5th, at 3 p.n and'sneciaL'music will be rendered. Private stationery, hoxed or in pad j large assortment Priced from lac Kmbossed free. Bverell's, 3 Ave.'South, i Dr. P. W. Richards, Dentist, spec! ist in oral siirgory and diseases of t mouth. Suite 3, Oliver Block. Pho 1100. Miss Alteen M. .Jo.ues win resume classes hi pianoforte at her suidlo, i 9th Street South. .Pupils are ask- to puoue and inake'arrangements to time, etc. _ Knoi choir rehearsal touight at S. i lore are vacancies for R. few more j 'ices. See or phone llr. Ixiylon, 1216. Births, Deaths, Funerals Births, .Deaths, Funeral Notices, ards of ThanKs, In Merhqriam, car- ed In this column at 10 cents per ne, each SOc; pay- ble In advance. In Mempriam In loving memory of E John .MID-SEASON SALE HOT WATER SATURDAY AND TUESDAY We are offering (wo splendid lines of first quality Hot Water Bottles at-attractive prices. -No. -regular price ?fe.50- to Special'.-. Special No. quality hottle, regular price A A 51.50; special........ RED CROSS DRUG BOOK Co., Ltd. CITY AND DISTRICT Back to Work The ''Do You Know-" column, as noti- fied, will lie starting on Tuesday, September 7th. Salvation Army Band Sunday All day tomorrow iu the citadel the bandsmen will take charge ot all the services; .at 11 a.m., Holiness meet- ing, iu which Young Pe.ople'8 Leader Dro. Ftayu will give the Bible ad- dress: at 7.30 p.m., a great saltation meeting. At this service the com- rades and 'friends.will, welcome back our: leader, .'Adjutant ilardy, four weeks' furlough. Special gospel ad- dresses bo given. Bro. Hardy will speak on the Hible subject. Selected music aiid' aongs glyen... Lieut: Eda will alto assist at them.meellngs. All are most, heartily .'welcome. When at Home You Are Judged by Your Deeds, but when you ei by the Class of Labor Day Dance .The C. P.. R. 'Social and Athletic Club will hold a dsnce ou Monday Bight (Laiipivpay in the Ma- 'sonic hall, .commencing at 19 o'clock; Tbe dance is in the honor of the'vis it ing C.P.R. football team from Calgary. Arrangements have been, made for .a larger orchestra and'lhe mrislc should be all that aDvone.would'denirc; "Ad- mittance will in the'UEual manner. lurdoch, beloved sou of oha Murdoch, 1252 6th Ave. A. Koutn, who TeU while fighting in France. ept. 4th, 1518. dutiful son and Ijroilief kind, beautiful memory lelt behind. by Ws mother. 226-1 i ii Card of Thanks Mr. nnd Mrs. de- 1 lire to thank all those who Eo.fcindly lelpe'd during their recent sad be-! eavement, especially the' Nuv'sius lission, and for! the beautiful floral ributes sent'. from' the following: Irandpa, Auntie .and Uncle, Uncle and Auntie Annie and cousins, Aunt Maggie and Uncle .Tom and :oiisins, Billy and Nesie, Mr. and'Mrs. I. W. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Helwig. MEETINGS' Mizpah Lodge, No. 72, I. 0. 0. F.. There will uo nu meeting of the ibove lodge on Monday, September ilb. ou' account of the holiday, Do minion Day. Almost ecessh ties f01 Students at the and Public Spools Fountkin Pens, from I Ever-sharp'-Pencils from to 1 TORONTO MANSION FOR CANCER Ct-INIC Cawthra Mulock residence at 538 Jarvis slreet, one of the largest in Toronto, been pur- cascrt by Dr. Thos. J. Glqvcr. for me cancer clinii1, according to an announcement mndc 'loiluy by I'eter Griffin, president of the Griffin Amuse- ment company, who is acting as pri- vate secretary to fllover, having practically releaseil liis other duties in order to give bis that work. "Dr. Glover is now prepared lo EG abead the work that he has in hand." continued Griffin, "and to- day nearly three hiinrtrcfl cancer pa- tients received treatment at his hands." Until si late liour'last night Dr. Glover was.liusily engaged'organizing the work which .13 now being organ- ized on a much Urgor scale than was anticipated a few l.vriof; weeks ago when ho first made, his attempt, let- ters, telegrams. telcphon6" calls are being received all times from many plncea in I'atiada.antl the ted Stales. AH in .the palalial MitrdOfk.res'l- denfjf, with crowded rooinE .and euergttic (Unfi. is one of the frusintt and most Intpiesling In llic city at the 3 Alberta's Pioneer Druggists S 1 J.D.HIGINBOTHAM I CO., LIMITED I g Whofesale and Retail Chemists t The Store I -MONTREAL. Sept. 3.-r Inquiries made, direct tins 'morning to Mayor Klaehen, North Battleforii, concerning published reports that Western particularly the _ district in the neighoorhood of Xorth Battleford ,WTS swamped with harvest hands and tbat considerable numbers of tbfim were out df work and jr. i1__ cull circumstances, elicited'an enipha tic denial. -Wires to the Saskatchewan govern tnent and railway officials in the west of :AVinntpeg also elicited dlie replj that thousands ot men liavo beei placed in Saskatchewan, and that the) were being pajd ? a day, ant that difficulties are actually encounter- ed in finding to haudlo the crops in Manitoba an'd British Col- unibia, Letters have been received, on the other hand from men .who went west from here ivitli tho harvesters, wblcti would appear to hear out the state- ments of :i surplus of hands, at least throughout Saskatchewan. We'have, today, put on a large shipment of up-to-theiminute Baggage Suitcases, Steamer Trunks, regular sized Trunks and: Wardrobe -Trunks, Let us have the pleasure, of shoSyingypU'Our splendid assortment. You.will not v" Consumers' Business Phones: 1212, 1919 What You Hear YouGo MyNextCarWBe a Studebaker." .'o. 5. HiElnbnlham Hlock. Phono OOlcc closed un- lii 1st of Sor'tcmber. In AKMY SALE OF WORK IION'T FORGET the sale of work at the flaivntlon Army rltadol en Tuesday. Kept. 7th, at 3 o'clock, opened by Major Alico Good- win of OalKary.- All kinds o( useful artfclas, also sojne prftlty irbrwry clotln In brown linen, and crochet; Afternoon tea will ba served. i23-4 Hrazillan iintll the sltuallon price Khali have improved, according lo palil for the, V.nrrlock.residence uaa'! Kncakura al a.mVeting of the semi- I official commercial .associations. The Letbhrldgo Indies' Hair Dress- i a i II i i Get the Habit! DINE AT THE Commercial Cafe J weok ended August; 1920. are thants arc refuting further credits to Krohi January 1 to 'date 'Corresponding year.' From January lo dale IhcrCiiso From January 1 to dale "OUR BEST Why worry about bake day when you can call your grocer by and have a sack of BEST" f four piit in your flour chest within an hour? When "OUR BEST" it is a pleasure to bake, as so easy to handle and the result i.s always assured. Your grocer alw.ays humlles "OUR be- he is sure it will give satisfaction. ELLISON MILLING ELEVATOR CO., LTD. NLY FIVE MINES j ABUE TO OPERATE Pp., Only vo antbraclto'-cpal; mines In tlie [aneltpn district- were able to start ouay on account ot "vacations" taken y the protestVagainst the award: 3ALDER TO RETURN TO'CAN ADA SOON 3. Private ahle advi'c'ds'rc'celye'a hero this'mo'rn- ng state.that' -J.' A. Calder, temher oE'.thB'fctierfll cahinct, eturn to Canada fr'om London" in the -ourse of-a'couplo of iveolts. C. P. R. STEAMER AGROUND- IjlUTiSAFELV REFLOATED feel ng her 'a dense fog horlly hefore 3. o'clock, the Canadian 'acHlc'steamer'Charmcr ran aground near the north shore lighthouse in.the narrows, arid remained In the uiud for hrefl hours .before refloating. Aa far as Is known' Ilio vessel's hull Is lamaged. Tho .Ch.irmcr ivas'on' -froni 'Powell: ariil hai about 100 passengers aboard. TARTAR BOLSHEVIKS BUSY; Sept. Large numbers of 'Tartar Bolshevik agents liavctbeg'im arv jiropaganda in Alolia, under the tbn- .rolof leaders p.nppprtlng the Turkish STationiilisls. TlHsy !irP lecturing In :lio streets'- ainl (listrihutlng. pamph- ets defiVjIiisHnc'S'S principles of Bol- which is that peasants the: land. 'f he .police tills city rloxehs oE ngniila who 'nrp-.euiinlled pampli- lets arid nionby! ANOTHER BOAT FOR N COAST MISSIONS (Vancouver Province.) The staiineli eas'hoat Oiffordtirio lias been sold to the .Mctb'wdist mis- sions-for scrrice in tlic Queen Char- lotte, Islands and will leave in a fort- night fo take up'her new, ilullcs. The Methodists will have a fiijc hbats now anil ospect to add thre? rhoro. Tho Intention of the -hoard is to have eight small' craft, stationed ,nt auTanlageous points'Vb.ere Vcgtflnr service to tho camps and the Coast can' he maintained. Forracr- ly.all the Coast mission work wfts dona by, tho Thomas' Crosby., Last spring she was sold to the government and tho church decided adopt the plan of a number .of small .vessels (n place of one large one. The result Is that the'je are launches n6w operating on Howe ..Sound, 'Cape Mudgo district, Alert Bay and Ocezn Falls. V largest and strong, est of the five launches, will go-to the rough waters of tho'fslands. She will carry Captain Oliver of Saint Spit, Q. C. I., and Mr. and Mrs. Joltftc. AH the launches visit logging camps and villages, holding Services, distrib- uting reading lending the: sick, and gSperally: doing what good work can he done. Tho. Olftordtlnc recently wont lo the West Coast of Vancouver Island with tho two well-known wrllers. Stewart Edward While and Irwln, carrying them to the dim- tint hooks and corners of lhat rilggcil district. Slit. !o a very strong SCH. worthy craft. Essex, counly reports the finest sugar heet crops on record. Every thhg for the Office KOLOK, PEERLESS, ADAUACi i ;GOLD MEDAL TYPEWRITER CARBON PEERLESS, CARTER'S and GOLD MEDAL RIBBONS CARTER'S, WATERMAN'S and'STEPHENS' INKS Asents for UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER DICKS MIMEOGRAPH BINDING EVER ALL'S LIMITED SOUTHARD 'THIRD AViNUI ;