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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EDISON PHONOGRAPHS NOHCKEIME.l -ASSIMBOIA MUSIC CO., LID. "Everything. MujtcaV" J15 South Phone 1545 r IL LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD (THE WHITE LUNCH A GOOD PLACE TO.EAT-. SAME OLD STAND A LONG STEP TOWARDS HEALTH Our Iron S: beuc-uts all llif organs. 6f the body, elves a strong menial Krip Iwljis make httiltli a sutwss. It the blood with the needed clement. ami i' v.-h r- vdus'.'sy'stem. A large bottle costs The Stokes Drug Co., Lti DRUGGISTS AND STATIONERS! NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE TRUCKS Gut down the cost of haulage CHEVROLET and NASH One and Two Tons capacity, guaranteed to take Fifty Per Cent. Overload. 1 Let us explain to you our selling plan. Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. i EVERYTHING FOR THE'AUTO THE PRICE OF SUGAR Owing to a sugar since we issued-oiu: September Price List, we are publishing a revised list on sugar which is in force at present and which is to be used in place of the prices quoted in the September List. .Should any further reductions take place our prices will immediately be adjusted accord- ingly. REMEMBEPx, WE FOLLOW THE MARKET 'PRICES. Granulated Sugar, 10 Ibs for Granulated Sugar, 20 Ibs foii Granulated Sugar, 100 Ibs for.22.00 Brown Sugar, per Ib.1.....'...... .22c Icing Sugar, per Ib............25c Loaf Sugar, per Ib. ,26c WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. THE GOOD CO., LTD. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HIGH CLASS GROCERS-STORES AT- LETHBRIDGE AND TABER. i UJO. Hull Block, 7th St.; ground Boor, H Bread is'the Cheapest and Best Food The Big White Loaf Is Assured By Using PRIDE OF ALBERTA MOTHERS' FAVORITE Taylor Milling .COMPANY.' The regular weekly dance will be held on Wednesday evening, Septem- ber Sth under the auspices of the Maj- or Jack noss Chapter. Canuonccrs playing Miss Chrissle L Gardner, shampoo and scalp ireatmeht and-facial sage; by appointment; phono 139. i Suite 5, HlL-inbotham Block, Monday, Wednesday and Saturday until fur- ther notice. ANNOUNCEMENTS The i.ethbriilge Conservatory ol ir, open.- Every-branch ot music, fcxpressiou anil dancing will THERE'S NO DANGER All our tools are kept in an anti- septic sterilizer. _ WESTBROOK BROS. 6th St. fopp. Bank of Montreal) be taught by a staff of certified teach' crs. 218-C Births, Deaths, Births, Deaths, Funeral Notices. lards of Thanks, In Memortam, car- ried In this column at 10 cents per Ine, each Insertion, minimum 50c, pay- able In advance. DIED In Lethbrldgc on Sept. 7th, 1020, George, beloved son ot Mr. ami Mrs., Nick Eluchuk of 915 Cih St. North. The fuueral in charge ot Mac- Kay's parlors, will'leave the late resi- dence and to SU Patrick's church, where services will ha held at 5 p.m., Sept. Sth. interment iu St. Patrick's cemetery. ID-SEASON SALE HOT WATER BOTTLES SATURDAY AND TUESDAY We are- offering two splendid lines of-first quality Hot Water Bottles at attractive prices. Special bottles, regular price 52.SO to nn Special Special No. quality., holtlo, tegular price A A' ipecial RED CROSS DRUG Co., Ltd: miif VHE WEATHER Vancouver Edmonton Calgary Foremosf..... Lelhhridge Xelson...... Red Deer Cardston Medicine Hat Macleod ___ Prince Albert 1-7 35 TO 52 76 40 70 46 82 '63 .66 Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Fair Clear The weather since yesterday Las been, cool with showers in eastern Manitoba; fair with a lew scattered light' showers in Saskatchewan and Alberta. Forecast Western and mod- erately warm today and Thursday, SUPPLIES Cook Car Sup- plies, Bundle CITY AND DISTRICT Hadn't a License At Pincher Creek B. C. Peck was filled S10 and costs lor operating a motor vehicle without "a'license. Miss, Viva A. Elton wishes to noiince that she will be available for beginners mid advance pupils in Pianoforte at' her Studio in the Em- press Block, 5th St. Soutli, commenc- ing .Wednesday, Sept. .1, 1920. Appli- cations may bb mails' at residence, 12M Tth Ave. So., or phone 490. 15-0 'MACKAY PARLORS 803 Third Avenue 1802 FRESH MEATS Direct from the Farm, Sausage and Cooked Meats The kind that are different. ITCOULTRY PHONE 492 H. McG. Young, -rocal and piano students recilols thrice yearly. To- Ironlp Cbuservatory exams. Students are provincial and Dominion medal- lists. Studio, 411A 5th St. Soutli. 1'j Private stationery, boxed or in pads; large assortment. Prices from un. free. Mvsrall's, 3rd Ave. Soutli. 4-0 Dr. P. nichnrdB, Dentist, special- ist in cial surgery and diseases of the mouth. Suite 3, Oliver Block. I'hone HM. 5-0 Miss fihrissle L Gardner, iliampoo. hair and scalp treatment and facial Massage. Room Xo. 5, Hlginbolham Block. Phono 735. Office closed un- til 1st ot September. Ib Almost ties for Students at the High and I Public 1 Clearing the Road 'for Sulmiis-ji sion of Matter To Lethbridge Northern Ratepayers j j UnraveliDg OH red'tape is now cepdlhg to help along the- i Northern's plans., Tlie board of tees the district ed the assessment roll of'the-North Fountain Pens from Macleod district and before anything .else can he done approval oC-the'cstl-l mates will hare to come from Edition-} ton. j The estimates are in the hands of g tio government at .the present timc'g and whon that comes the way will lie 's clear for an order from the iirovincial 11 Irrigation council to the district for hylaw. The bylaw, as the district is teinf; review.od In Tor- j Change Your Now Playing If you would keep your husband, do not. forget yourself.. That is the un- derlying philosophy imthe new Cecil B. DeMille photoplay, "Why Change I Your which" is attracting I crowds to the Empress theatre this j i ________ ;.J Fragments Meet Tonight There will a meeting of all sign- ed players of-the.. Fragments from France football club this evening al 8 o'clock sharp, in .the G.W.V.A. club roonis, for the purpose of making final arrangements for the Bennett and Connaught cups. All players are earnestly requested to make a spec- ial 'effort to attend this meeting. etc. Consumers Hardware Supply Coy Business Phones: 1212, 1919 Office, 1920 The World's Greatest light Six Will .Arrive in a Few Days This is an exact duplicate of our two larger ears, me- chanically to Cord Tire equipment. You-do yourself an injustice If you do not ste this car before ypu buy price F.O.B. Lethbridge GRAHAM MOTOR CO., LUTED 412 SIXTH STREET SOUTH to v Ever-sharp Pencils from to Here This Month Commission of enquiry "as to mint- mum wages nnj maximum hours com- ing the scope of the factories act will be held in -Letlibridge, Sept. 24 and 25, Location of meeting place wil! be announced later. .Case Remanded The case against M. Goodman, for infracting tbc city bylaw by keeping his store open after 9 p.m. on Satur- day, in which H. Feinstein appears as the principal witness for. the prosecu- 1 lion, came he tore Magistrate Irwhi at the city police court on Wednesday, and was remanded until tomorrow Alberta's Pioneer Druggists 3 onto and this business o( securing an I mpfMOrtTll A M .irder from the Irrigation council J.U.mUlMDU 1 just fulfilling the requirement of thj new irrigation act. CO., LIMITED The Lethbridge Ladies' Hair Dress Ing Parlors. Mrs. Woods, Aleilical j Massage and Sc-alp Specialist. 1'hone MEETINGS K. of P. Tonight Tho regular meeting of Myrtle Lodge. Xo.'S, v.-lll be hehl toniglil at S j] o'clock.' All members are requested to be present. Visitors welcome. 5 Meet Tonight i The inwitinB of the C.W.V.A, r.nd j Trades and I.r.bor Council, unnoiincod j to he held on Thursday iiigtit; will be I eld tonight t and Ritail Chemists OPEN TONiGHT UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK I SPEE SERVICE Get the habit of phoning us your emergency ordeis V: 'We'll st' ive to serve you so well that- we'll win a gckxllypait of your family business. 364 "J- JAL-lvoUlN Silver Grill 1 PRESCRIPTION SPECIALIST I WE ARE ARE-CAREFUL Store Lethbrlrfge, AJberta, CarjatJa Phones Twelve Dead Is Toll in Oregon Town Disaster Order Foresters (Tic K. of T. hall tomorrow Kopt.' 3th) at S p.m. Mem-1 bers tako 'jnotlce. Visitors j welcome Serve Model Bakery Bread It you like.to give your fam- and friends of the btsl. No home baking ran equal ours. N'o home can possibly- have She facilities we have. Do tinl bn skeptical about it. un at le.isl thp cliancn to prove cur aaftprtion. Phone 1175 or Your Grocer, N J. SCHWFITZER, Prop. NOTICE TO VOTERS Registration will take place in North Leth- bridge at the United Church Hall, corner 5th and 13th, September 13 to IS, Army and Navy Veterans Assn. A meeting of tho above nssot-lation will be held In the triangle lofim, Y. M.C.A.. on Thursday, 'Seiit. Oth at S p.m. prompt. Trades and Labor Council -Hegular Tneetintj of above council will be held In. tho ln.bor bail tonight al S o'clock. Important C. O. F. Meeting The regular meeting of llio Canad- Referendum 'Workers There will he a meeting of be held in i KbAJIATH KALLS, Ore.. Sept. S. dead is the toll of tasi Mon- day's flro-wbich destroyed the Hous- ton hotel and cither buildings here. Jlemalns of another body have been found In tha ruins, hut it. has not beer, possible to extricate it from tho j UNION-BANK .OFFICIALS ON VISIT TO CITY Mr H Cnspo, assistant gen- eral manager of the Union Bank, Win- nipeg, who arc at- companled by air John Wilsoiy man- ager of the Bank's branch in Condon, Hngfand, with Mrs Wilson, will be In the city this afternoon on their way to Calgary The part> will be taken to see the irrigated at Coalilale hi Mr C C King, manager of the local branch of the Union Bank, workers for.ih? coming referendum on the importation of liquor, on t'no north side, at the United Church Imll, at S.30 tonlshl. Pro -IL, aged nine years, of nearly burnefl lo death by setting lire to her clo'hiug while playing wllli matches. smouldering debris. Autkorltles. here believe thnt at per- sons pcrish'eO. of the hole! reg- ister has mado It impossible to com- pletely check up those who went to tied in the hotel the night of the fire. Firemen still are digging among tbo ruins in an effort to recover the re- mains, of others who may have lost their lives. Absolute identification of 1 only four has been made. S I'.Get the DINE AT THE g Commercial Cafe "OUR BEST FLOUR" Why worry about bake day when you can call, vour 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 and 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 Sir. Donald- A. King of Hallfftx, N. S., with his son Allah II. King, .in direct through 'Hnllfai... Jlr. King was called by the- Canadlairgovernment to Montreal and Ottawa to organize tlic whole army postal system while the war was on. Wheat in the iflUrlct has been yielding sixteen.to eighlccji bushels to the acre, according to offic- ials of 'Uie Taylor Milling Company. Movement of wheat.from thls.district which comprises farms from seven to eight miles around the.city steady. Coaldalo has been shipping a goort quantity of wheat to the Ellison Mill- ing Company. O. Green stated fo-. Uke the wheat from the !m- nf 1 fin. Diirlni! the war lio was promin- ent in tho tensorahlp trf mall connect- ed with otbers. He 1 item of Army which also liiiuigiirsfod Ibo Post a thought so miifh ot by the authorities in the Old Country that they the