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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta NORDHEIMEU PHONOGRAPHS PIANOS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical'1 815 6th Street South BRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE WHITE -LONCH A GOOD PLACE 7O EftT SAME OLD STAND Open Till O'Clock TONIGHT The Stokes Drag Ltd, DRUGGISTS AND STATIONERS NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1-iS? TRUCKS Cut down the cojt 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 AUTO A CARLOAD ASSORTED FRUITS Direct from the district In British'Coin Apples and arrive lor us tomorrow. 300 and 150 Apples. Here is your chance to g-t Fir ml-ia, consisting of Peaches, Plums, Pears, Crab casts Peaches, 250 100 Pears, 50 Crab Apples st Class Preserving Fruit at Bottom prices. ASSORTMENT AND PRICES AS FO LLOWS FREESTONE PEACHES, Crawfords and Belle of Gs'.Tgia, pjr cass Jj 90 PLUMS. Columbia. Green Gage. Tennant, and Engelhart, in four-basket crates. Per crate S2.75 APPLES, Worthies, Strawberry and Graven- stetns. No. 1. Per case. 11 m WEALTHIES, No. 2s. Per case PEARS, Bartletts, Clapps, Favorite and Bous- sacks. Per case...................... 5525 CRAB APPLES, Transctndants. Per case S2.10 SUGAR FOR 13 Ibs, 20 Ibs. for ........i....... "s4Tl 100 Ibs. for ruit Jar Rubbers and Fruit Jar Togs. A full line of all kinds of Fruit Jars, F For prices see our September price list. THE GOOD CO., LTD, WHOLESALE-AND RETAIL HIGH CLASS GRCCE Rs'-STORCS AT LETHBRIDGE AND TABER. I Bread is the Cheapest and Best Food TheBigWhiteLoqf Is Assured By Using PRIDE OF ALBERTA MOTHERS: FAVORITE Taylor Milling Elevator s L COMPAN} Elmer who was fomid gall- j ty on the charge of the seduction of a_goveramcnt ward under toe age oil 15 years, who with another had run I away from the convent ol the'Gcodj Shepherd in Eiiuouton, particulars of -ivliich have been reported, cair.e up for sentence before fcls Hoaor Jackson on Tnebday, uiorning. Ho 1 was sentenced to thretj months with, hard labor, to date from August 15th. from which date he has already been In prison. j His Honor In passing sentence took i note of the circumstances of the case, j and was lenient with the i prisoner. Wilson hails from Clucin-l natl In the Slates, and had-bees work-1 j ing In Ontario before, coming west to i work In the harvest fields. I CHARGED THEFT OF COW I NANTON MAN OUT. ON f FETO THOUSAND BAIL j For the alleged theft of a I 20, 1319, the property H. i Streeter, L. W. Minor, ot Jvantoii; ap-1 reared-before, the Magistrate there i and -was resiaadod-inr'trial irith tail j allowed of himself for and two securities for-'the balance. ThaifeToThe Thermos Bottle Liquids may ln> kept hot or cold for long periods of tfme. In these days of food conservation ft Thermos Hurtle will prove E: valuable It will be heeded, for drinks and liquid foods '.whicli you wish to take on the.picnic. Cslung or shoot- ing have thest' in var Sous sizes. Also Fillers and Corks for pint 'and-quart size RED CROSS DRUG BOOK Co., Ltd. Phsne.559. Sherlock Bldg. 'i HE WEATHER 'ilia weather Eince. yesterday uas i been part cloudy and moderately warm I ta.tho west. Light rains-in a fowj! sections of Manitoba, Saskatchewan i I and Alberta. Forecast if Western In I some localities lint for the most part I fair snd not much change In tempera-1 ture. II Vancouver Kdiuontoti lied Iteer L'ajgary t'ai'ilston Macleod Begins Winnipeg a-> 4i 80 33 32 5S 40 G2 38 SL 44 70 39 S4 Cloudy .01 Hain Clear Cloudy Cloudy .42 L'lear Cloudy J01 Cloudy Chiudvi CITY AND DISTRICT Montana Banker G. H. Gueriu. prominent banker of I Sweet GniEs. Montana, Is a jn s the city. We Have on Display a Particularly H Assorted Stock of GAS RANGES AND HEATERS From the Following Well-Known The Me Clary Manufacturing Co., Gurney Foundry Co., Burrow, Stewart Milne, Moffat Stove Co., Also a few of American make. I ins Why until the cold weather coaies before I istalliiig your Gas Heater? You have our guarantee Retail MerchantB Jielail merchanls are reniinSed-'ofUs the meeting in the board of trade of- i fices tonight. The meeting will com- mence. at S otclock. Important busi- I ness will he discussed. MEETINGS ANNOUNCEMENTS, The Lethbridgcj Music in ncvf open. Every branch of j music. Expression and daiicing TV" be fauglit br a staff o[ certified teach- ers..: m-0 Miss Viva A. Elton wishes to an- nounce thai sbe will lie available for beginners- and advance pupils in Pianoforte Studio in the Em- HARDIEVILLE SCHOOL j GETS NEW TEACHER The attendance lii-ite Hardlevillo school has heen so Increased this term by the addition fit novr-pupils, there being 27 in the rrihtp.ry class, that it lias 'been found necessary to-bring an- other rodm into commission in the basement of the building and to add another teacher to iae- staff. li c THERE'S NO DANGER All our tools ire kept in an anti- septic sterilizer. WESTBROOK BROS. 6th St. fopp. Bank of Montreal) PICKllNG SPICES A regular meeting of Charity Lodge No. C7, A.F. and A.M, will be held' in. Burgmann's hall, Js'ortli Leth- Tuesday evening, Sept 14th: Official visit of Lethhriilgo Lodge Xo. 30. The D.D.G.M. is also j making his official visit. All mem- Ho attend. Visitors 23S-2 'welcome. SEVERAL CASES IN-POLICE COURT Our spices are select- ed with scrupulous care and cover a wide range. SCQUT NOTICE s All members of No. 7 troop are re- quested to meet at tie old church to- morrow night at 7.30 in TV. J. MULL1N, i.- Scoutmaster. H. McG. Young, vocal and piano !students ratals thrice yearly. To ronto ConSl-vatory exams. Students are provincial, and Dominion medal-1 lists, studio; 4HA 5th SL Soutii. IS i At the city police court, on Tuesday morning, Pete Erenko .was fined 57.50 ami costs for allowing his cattle to roam at large In the city. 9 At the same court' Mrs. Walter Baynton was fined Jin and costs being in possession1 cf-liquor in excess of the quantity the law allows. icand 1 .Just Arrived IMAGKAY; PARLORS 803-Third Avenue 1802 If there were BEHER MEATS we wou Id sell them R.C6ULTRY PHONE 492 Dr. P. W. Ricoards, Dentist, special- i isl in oiai surgery and diseases of the! mo.uth. Suite .3. Oliver Hlocli. Phone' -i-o) Miss Chrissle I. Gardner, shampoo and scalp treatment and facial mas-: sage hy appointment Phone 73? Suite 5, Higinbqtham Block. 70 NEW RATES DON'T AFFECT TRAF.FIC Passenger traffic in and out of Lethbridge over the C. P. R., has affected by the increase of twenty per cent. In' the pasien- oer rates and fifty per cent. In the sleeping car rates, James Gordon ticket agent, announced this morning. Yesterday's traffic was normal for this season. s pioneer Druggists Big Sweep for Republicans in POUTL-AND, Slaine, Sept. Waino gave an overwhelming plural- ity to the Republican ticket in the _ state election yesterday with a total vole larger by than the highest ever previously iu the slate. Fred H. not be lower this Season and there is every indication that'they mil be higher, Consumers' Hardware Supply Co'y j Business Phones: 1212, 1919 Office, 1920 The World's Greatest Light Six Will Arrive in a Few Days This little, car is an exact duplicate of our. two larger cars, me- otherwise, even to Cord Tire equipment. You'-do yo'urielf.anTinjustlce If you do not see this car before YPU buy. Price F.O.B. Lethbridge GRAHAM MOTOR CO., LIMITED 412 SIXTH STREET SOUTH- 'MY DISPENSING BUSINESS IS INCREASINGDAILY Store i Lethhridgc, Alberta, Canada Phones ernor hy a margin of over his Democratic opponent, Bertrand G. aic- Intyre of Norway. The plurality'was 17.000 more than t'ha iargest obtained hy any other gubernatorial candidate in the history of tho state.' Four Republican congressmen were e sae. reH. was elected Sov. g because we enjoy the confidence of vour nhvsician i f over bis R ynjaii.ipu. g SHERLOCK BUILDING. Select accommodation for visitors j available l.y the day if desired. Call; V. JI. Harris Agency. Phone i Sherlock Blilg. SHIP TOUR GRAIN 1 I 'TO THE DA VIES I I GRAIN CO. Graduate Pharmacists do your work, and ARE ARE CAREFUL Xmas Cards-are heginnlng to ar-j Wve. This year we -will have a larger stock than evcr. We have selected, the best designs from six of the lead-] Ing manufacturers and will give prompt delivery. No waiting. Ever-! all's 3rd Avo. 3. 53 i A Scotch dance will be held on Fri- j day Ihe 171h In Ilurgmann'.s hall. jing from '9 lo, 1. Gents Jl.OO. ladles t 10 cents. J. Kennedy in charge. I Highest prices; quickest re- 11 turns. Service the best. S Ofllct'S U'iiinipcg and Calgary. I j District Representatives, j 1 1 3 I The Edgett Agencies, Limited I i 2 Balmora! Slock, LcthbrldQc a I PKOME 651 I INSURANCE AND LOANS i Every member ot tbe state senate ___., wi" be a Republican, while of a mem- s DEPUTY PROVINCIAL TREASURER borship of lot in the stale house of SehtS L'cnr the Democrats sue-11 was appo nlel i" M 15' lhe i last legislature there were two rjetno-i'-' senators and 41 Democratic rep- PHONE 364 iiei utv iirOY- I fir-'Manitoba to sue- W. J. piolmy, who died last Krl- j DEFERRED ELECTIONS The deferred Serve Model Bakery -Bread If you like to jive your fam- lly and frlnntla of the best. liakfng can Cfpiai ours. N'o'home can possibly havo Ihe facilities we have. Do not be skeidical about it. (J'vr; us at least the chance lo prom our assertion. Phone 1175 or your Grocer. N. J. SCHWEITZER, Prop. j Owing lo a severe attack of tonsil- His, Mrs. Woods' hair dressing par- c Surc lls a Company E lors will lie closed until Thursday 'I September IClh. v Iron Springs Methortlsl (-liurch ivlll; 1 hold an old limers service on Sun- a (lay, Scpttimlicr 15H at 11 at the Iluntsvilla st-honl house. The I Rev. Wm. Jl. A., a former' I pastor will preach. On tho .Monday! nvcnliig following, a chicken supper; >vill he givo7i at the homo of Mr. IV Vf. j Tickler. Everybody -welcome. 233-1 The usual wccSly dance on We'd- will lie hdd at fairgrounds s liavllioit. under (lie niispiccs nf the Major Jatl: Hoss Chajitor, I. 0. 1) E c Oanuont-crs playing. 231-4 I i BjFEARS OUTBREAK OF INFLUENZA1 I TOKO.NTO. that1 s another epidemic Innuenzu will g, sweep through Xorlh Amtrlt-tt this autumn winter, aro cxpreased by pital, Chicago. liiiihs' H vHitinc Toronto today. llc SKys a.orc nre be tw-ceii 400 ami clt'ctinnp lor tlie provincial ucncios nf The fas and will bt- held September 28. it was .111-1 v nouni-Ml at the government buildings i-J1 today. Xomlnallon day in The: I'as'-I' irf Etjiiny aihl in Uiinert.ElRnd next Sat-v in-day, jjy sjiccial provision In day can set In iheic two constituencies to Plate on more than one following nomination, day.'. 32 BUS. AVERAGE ALBERTA'S WHEAT CROP Alberta's wheat harvest wiil average 22 Irashels to the acre and oats harvest about 35 bn.shels lo the nr-ro according to the most recent calculations of the Alberta department' oC agriculture, stater'. .James Me- ('aig-, provincial stntlstlcfan. Why worry about bnke day wlieri you can call >our grocer by 'phone and have a- sack .of "OUR 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 lie is sure it will give satisfaction. ELLISON MILLING ELEVATOR CO., lTDt Silver Grill PRESCRIPTION SPECIALIST ,1 5 'CARRIED N. S, APPLES HAUP'AX, Sept. Fnrnens liter Kanawha sailed last .night for -with the largest'shipment of Nova Scolla apples that has been made so far thla geaspn. She bad eight thousand barrels. BANK OF COMMERCE OFFICIAL QOES TO AN AMERICAN .COMPANY Sept. adian board of direc- tors of City Bank of New York at "a meeting thla after- noon elected V. C. Brown, west- ern superintendent of the Canad- ian Bank-of. Commerce, to the position oi''executive manager of the National. Mr, viill as- sume In New York city In the> near.future. He entered the service of the Canadian Bank of Cora.mdiW in 1887, GOT THREE'MONTHS _ (Jlacleocl. Times.) At the district court.op. Wednesday morning liefore Judge R. P. McNeil j 1-d. >Vlntlhurg, alias Gus Peterson, was jfonvlntoil or robWngSM. {i. Thomafe, of Slavcly, of wag sent- enced to Hi roe, month's imprisonment with Imrd jaiior, i GOLD COMPANY TO BUILD RAILWAY TOR9NTO, Sept. proposal lias been made to the goVernnisut bi- lbo Aesocialed Cold Holds Mining I Compatij', limited, 'to buUd its own line of railway from the TemlBkaming nnd Northern Ontario a Tioint near Boston .Creek lo larder lake. Olhor mining interests have asked the government to build the railroad, tnt it was said th.1t the governmeot de- clined lo do so until the Associated Gold Fields Mining company consent- cd tu an independent esauilaatlon of Us ore deposits -which the comnani refused. Everything: for the Office KOLOK, PEERLESS, QOtO MEOALl TYPEWRITER CARBON PEERLESS, CARTER'S and GOLD MEDAL TYPEWRITER RIBBONS iRTER'S, WATERMAN'S and STEPHENS' INKS Agents for UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER DICKS MIMEOGRAPH BINDING EVERALL'S LIMITED SOUTHARD TKINU ;