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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EDISON t NOHC'HeiMEi; PIANOS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LID. "Everything Mutlol" 315 6th Street South Phone WHITE LUNCH A QOOD PLACE TO EAT SAME OLD STAND DAILY Open' Tonight Until 9 o'clock The Stokes Drag Co., Ltd.. DRUGGISTS AND STATIONERS NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHOHE Another Snap on Apples Everybody knows that Apples, as well as other goods, are higher in price this year than'they were last, but we are constantly on the lookout for SNAPS and we pass them on to yoxi. A special lot of Orchard Rim unwrapped Duchess Apples, AA cellent value; only 30 cases; price per case THE GOOD CO., LTD. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HIOH CLASS AT L6THBR1DOE: AND TABER. TRUCKS Cut down the cost of haulage NASH Oiie 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 AUTO. Hull Block. 7th St. around floor. The regular weakly dauc? Hill be- held on Wednesday evening. Sepiem-! ber Sth under the auspices of toe or Jai-k Ross Chapter. Cannoneer; playing Bread is the Cheapest and Best Food Is Assured By Using PRIDE OF ALBERTA OR MOTHERS' FAVORITE Taylor Milling Elevator Births, Deaths, Funerals Births. Deaths, Funeral Notices, Cards of Thanks, In MemorJam, car-! rf .n this column at 10 cents I line, each Insertion, minimum 50c, pay-1 able In advance. I BORN September 1st, lo: Mr. ancl Mrs. .lohn SO? 7lh' St. south, a Eon. BORN Mr. and Mrs. D. Aif- ken, September 3rd, sou, Douglas Spencer. 227-1 BORN Mr, and Mrs. G, M. Paulson on August 10th, a son, Gien Lawrence. ID-SEASON SALE HOT WATER SATURDAY AND TUESDAY are offering two splendid lines ot first quality Hot JVater, IJoltles at attractive prices- Special No. bottles, regular price ?2.50 to Special Special No. liottle, regular price i special i finality" il.OO RED CROSS DRUG BOOK :C0., Ltd. ANNOUNCEMENTS The Conservatory ol Music is now open. Every brancli-ot music." Eipression and dancing will -THERE'S NO-DANGER All our tools are kept, in an anll- septic Blerillier. __ WESTBROQK BROS. Sth St. -fopp. Bank of Montreal) >e taught bv a staff of certified teach- ers. Miss A. Elton wishes to an- jounpe that she will lie available for advance pupils in Pianoforte at her Studio in tho Em- press Block, 5lh St. South, commenc- ng Wednesday, 1320. .Vppli- :ations niay be made at residence, 1203 7th Are. So.; or phone 450. 15-Q UNDERTAKINC MACKAY PARLORS H3 Third Avenue 1802 All Kinds of CoDkeo Meats to tempt the hot weather appetite PHONE 492 CARD OF IH4NKS Mr. and Mrs. Bernard .Malorvoy wish to thank their many friends for their sympathy in their recent sad bereave- also for the following beautiful floral tributes: Mother, father and brother James, heart; Granny and Grandpa, spray; Aupt Hetty and baby, spray; Aunt Katie and .Uncle .Jonn, spray; Mr. and'Mrs. Shirley, spray; 1 Mr. and Mrs. Law borne and Miss Mr. and Mcs. Mil Mrs. B. Lainff. spray; Fred James, spray; the Brotherhood of Itailway Trainmen, spray; Mr. and Mrs.-W. Grey and family of Caithness, B.C., wreath; Mr. and Mrs. W. Math- ews, spray; .Mr. and Mrs! Stickler, spray; and sprays from the-followlng playmates, Brother James.- Albert Hugh and Jean Thompson, George and Billy Slilae, Lanrin and Matthew isli Vancouver 68 W Edmonton C4 ('lea C'ardston 79 37 Clea Medlcine.Hitt 70 3H Clea Moose Jaw SI -45 Clea Victoria 62 Clca Kelson 7S 4S .04 Clear iKed Deer 64 34 Clear Calgary 6r 3C Clear I-elhhrldge fiZ 34 Clear flattie ford 7S 40 Clear Saskatoon 76 42 .04. Clear AVtnntpsK 78 5! Ctear 'Prince Albert SO 4S .02 'Clear The weather over Labor Day has been moderately warm with s. few showers in some ptrts Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Forecast Manitoba Mostly fair and warm; local showers tonight (Wednesday) cooler. Saskatchewan Weeterlr winds; fair and warp, Alberts Fine and cool today and on Wednesday. mmmmmmmffffS I Ready to to wear; Thr i" tLo kind of paint that interests everjr'ptojp-'-'. city ovtiier. No fuss or bother collccling or mixing materials, simply the choosing of a 'suitable: dolor from tbe shade card, which shows-the'latest popular combinations. PRISMSPAWT is a good old-fashioned paint, made, by the Canada Paint Co. Ready for tbe job, and made to look well, and wear well. can help you with suggestions as to tbe best combinations to use. .Call round and see us. Supply Co. 1l1t, 1211 .OFFICE .1MO ib CITY AND DISTRICT Girl Guides Tlie Brownies will meet in the St. Cyprian's parish room'at 4.15 o'clock Friday afternoon. At Christian Church Prayer meeting and Bible school conference will be held at the Chris- tian Church on Wednesday night at 8 o'clock. H, McG. Young, vocal and piano students recitals thcice yearly. To- ronto Conservatory eianis. stuiH'nts are provincial anil Dominion medal- lists. .Studio, 4HA Sth SI. South, M Private stationery, boied or in pads; large assortment. I'rices from ISc up Embossed free. Everall's, 3rd Ave. South. 4.5 Almost Necessi- i'S-ail ties High and Schools g i Auloists1 Fined At the city'police fcurt on Tues-j H j day, D. Matliin .and G.-Laycock were 6! each fined J2 and costs ior crossing .H I tho street wilh innlr between I the intersecting points. No Half Holiday Wednesday Monday being a holiday, the regu- lar half-holiday on "Wednesday this week will'be suspended according to and thn stores will remain open as usual up to 6 p.m. Enlarging Store., One building ermplt has so far been i i issued this month. It was for the What You Hear Wherever You Go "My Next Car Will Be a Studebaker." :Call at our show rooms and see a MADE TO ORDER AUTOMOBILE MEETINGS.. I Fountain Pens from S Jitioh to the store at the corner of h-Ieventu at. Tho United Brotherhood of Carpen- ters and Joiners No. 84S will hold a meeting tonight at S o'clock at tha'i Labor Hall. A good attendance in (i requested. to from The Canadlau Brotherhood of-Sta- tionary Engineers -and Firemen will liohl a special nieetiufe'in tlie Labor Temple tomorrow (Wednesday) eve- ning tit 7.30 o'clock. Business Import- ant. Dr. P. Ilichards. Dentist, special- ist1 In oral surgery and diseases of the mouth. Suite 3, Oliver Block. Phone 1103. 3.0 THE FOES OF GOOD ENGLISH Tu business correspondence we fre- Tilently find the. word "sari'.e-1' used as in tbe following examples: "We have received your letter of the 20th. and note whiit you say In "Your order ftir 20il barrels received, and we shall give protnpi attention to j This use of Hie worri is con- Miss Chris.ste J. Gardner, shampoo. J rlcmncd by all authorities or) Kaglish luir and treatment and .faclJtj grammar. The nen.tcn'cea quoted .Massage. Room No. o, Higinbotham vroiilrt he wonlort in much heller 15ng- phnnA __ ......_ _ B Block. Phone 739. Office closed un- til 1st of September The Lethbridgc'Ladles' Hair Dress- ing Parlors. Mrs. Woods, Medical Massage and Scalp Specialist, i'hone Serve Model Bakery Bread If yon like to give, your fam- ily antl friends of fho best. N'o home -IjaMriE can cnnal fvo home can possibly have the facilities- wo have. Do not be skeptical. .it. (tiye us nl least tho chnnco (o prorc our assertion, Phone 1175 or Your Grocer. :N. J.ISCHWEITZER, Prop, NOTICE TO VOTERS will take place in North Leth- bridge at the Uniteel Church Hall, corner Sth and 13th, September 13 to 18.' list] if they rcarl as follows: "We h.ivo received yonr letter of the 2fnh. and not what you SH? your order for 2W liarrclB tins been recoivcd and we shall give prompt attention to the matter." Of course, eays the Columbus Dis- patch, men and women In Business arc not charged especially, with the [duty of helping to keep the English i language free from error. Rut it is really amazing to n.olrt how mauy buslness houses that are careful about the fiur.llty of the fcooils IT: which they deal, and about Ilin stationery wiiteh they use. rernill their letters to go 1 out filled with jrraiiimatical prrm-s j vtit! errors in punr'uaMoii. 5 Alberta's Pioneer Druggists 1 J.D.HIGINBOTHAM 1 i CO., LIMITED 1 Wholesale ant! Retail Chemists I s Lethbridfle, Alberta, Canada 5 Phones 1 GRAHAM MOTOR CO, IfflD arid "Fourth Ave., issued to G. for the Value of i MAYOR HARDIE .GOING EAST Mayor Kardie the early morning east bound train tomorrow for Mont- real on financial business con- nected with the. city and'in re- gard to the disposal of bonds. Girl Guides Company No. I Girl Guides. Junior and Senior, will, reopen for the fall work on FrMay evening at 7.31) o'clock in St. Augustin's hall. Buys a Home T. n. Hrctt-or. a member of the R.C. has purchased n homo at Third Avenue S.. through 0. B. Bd- Kett. from the D.C. Permanent Loan Company. The price-paid for the liouso was The houso Is a strurture containing six Joint- Meetfng j The Trades and Labor Council .and j the G. W. V. A. will hold a joint meet-: ing on Thursday close up the business of the sports day held on- Monday. The meeting will lie held in the G. W. V. A. rooms at S o'clock. Vocal RecitaE At the V. .M. C. A. auditorium next Thursday evening Mr. Leo M. Coombs will give the same programme he gave in New York city recently. This in- cludes excerpts from the most pop- ular grand operas and songs ot em- mment American composers, Mr. H. Elfon will assist with select read- ings and Miss Viva Kltpu-wiU be at I Am the Man Who yoiir Medical Health Officer. .Ymir fi.octor has confidence .iri .pui1 dispensing reason our Dispensing Business is- gi'dwing s'p Vapidly. ARE CAREFUL' PHONE the piano, only. Admission is by Invitation CLERGYMEN IN POLITICS (Vancouver Province.) The death ot Senator Douglas of Tantallon, Sask., deprives the Upper House of its only clerical member. In 1S9C the districts of liurrad and East A.wlnlboia elected Presbyterian miniEterH, lioth Liberals, to the House of 'Commons. These had both been in tho regular mintatry (o the lime of their election, and were hot to be confused with such members as Dr. Montague, who used to preach In hla college days, but never became an or- dained minister. Mr. Maiwell had been eleven yearn In tho ministry when he, went into politics and he was twico thereafter elected by the people of Vancouver and surrounding .districts. 'He was a Glasgow University.and Free Church college man who, in his academic ami divinity course, had won all kinds o( honors. Several times during sessions Ipef the Habit! j DINE AT THE I Commercial Cafe I '-f. 4 rtmBirainiiulaniimniimjiminmn n iinniun inmniHK 't "OUR BEST FLOOR" Why worry about bake day when you can call your grocpr by'phone and have a sack of "OUR BEST'' f low put in your flour chest within an hour? When BEST" it is a pleasure to bake, as it is sb easy to handle and the result i.s always assured. Your'grocer always handles "OUR BEST" be- canse he is sure it will give satisfaction. ELLISON MILLING ELEVATOR CO., LTD Opposite i Silver Grill P'RESCRIPTION SPECIALIST 1 miiiiiMtJiiriiuirnmam.'iiiniirifjiwniiiiJi! n the ministry. .Though Scotland he had taken he pre.iclicd at .'Ottawa with great ac- ceptance.- So Douglas, though ils preaching iless distinction. Mr. Ma'iweil vtvaa not yet 40 when ho appeared at Ottawa. Dr. Douglas was over thirty years -born in tmlversily course in: Toronto 'and his divinity In Knox and Princeton. Sfi years ot his ifo had-beeri 'spent-OS missionary and military 'chaplain in India. Hia last pastorates were in Brandon and lie hecarae a' farmer and politician at the samo.llme. The course of '.the .two 'preachers ran parallel (da certain point, as both were re-elected, pfiit Mr. Maxwell died In his Becohd'tenn: Tiir. Douglas was not nominated a thtfd time, but was lu 1006 Senate. Both isters -wore "excellent party meh and never gave ,Sir Laurler serious tineaaincss. from 190-! the Jloiise of Commons hid no of. the gospel so far as I can remember, until tho last elec- tion brought ll'.Vcc, all from the west. Kev. frank Stocey of Chllll- SOO acres of land. The third is Dr. a Baptist minister- and pro- fessor who, at the time of his election was president of Brandon College, and has had pastorates at Gait and in Dayton, Ohio. These were all elected as Unionises, and I suspect that they Tire still supporters of Mr. Melghen's though Mr. Heuders'hcs been exposed to'strong pressure from the Karmcr Hev: Dr. Whldden comes fairly by his politics, for if I am'not mistaken his father fought at least four contests In Antigonish County, N. S., whereof at least one .was successful, when he succeeded to the seat vacated by tho appoint- ment to tho bench of John K. II. Thompson, previously premier of the. province End subsequently premier ot Canada. THE SOCIAL INSTINCT "You don't seem to take tlie same Inlcroet In your work that you dirt at remarked Farmer Corntossel. "I !nko as rpirch interest ns replied tlie hired man. "Hut what's the uso of my tryin' to do so much work that Til get unpopular with tho rest of the Star. wack, iriember for the Westminster district, was for thirty-two years a minister of.the Methodist church in. Ontario, 'Manitoba.i and Ihis province I before ho heuamo a-fruit grower. Mr. A riiicagoan is lliti inventor of a II. 0. Ifenders, M. P. for hotsl.to.Ijft cither end of an automc Man., a Mothodjst minister for twenty (bile or molar.truck sufficiently for a years, through nervoup man to work uutlcr II without lying trouble, and so went west and farmed I down. Everything for the Office KOLOK, PEERLESS, ADANAC GOLD MEDAU TYPEWRITER CARBON PEERLESS, CARTER'S and GOLD MEGAL TYPEWRITER RIBBONS CARTER'S, WATERMAN'S and STEPHENS' INKS >flents for UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER DICKS MIMEOGRAPH BINDING EVERALL'S LIMITED SOUTHAHD BLOCK THIBO AVINU1 tOUTH ;