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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta U- NORDHEIMER PHONOGRAPHS PIANOS ASSmiBOlA MUSIC CO., LID. "Everything MuslcaV' SIS 6th Street South Phone 1M5 IDGE DAILY HERALD THE WHITE LUNCH 41. A GOOD PLACE TO EAT. 7 i.SAMp OLD STAND Mi Put vim into yourself with the nerve-nourish-' ing' and '.blood-enriching power of PENSLAR DYNAMIC TONIC. It docs build up weak, nervous people. The improvement you notice is real and lasting. The Stokes Drag (k, Ltd, DRUGGISTS AND STATIONERS NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 Vegetables Are a Cheap Food Buy Them by the Sack POTATOES; 9 Ibs. for .25c Per CABBAGE, 8 Ibs. for......... ,2Sc Per THE GOOD CO., LTD. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HIGH CLASS QROCE CARROTS and BEETS, 1 Ibs. for 25c Pe.v cwt, TURNIPS, 8 Ibs. for '..........25c Per AT LETHBR1DGE AND TA9ER. Make Your Trip to the Fair Profitable As Well as Pleasurable s, THE NASH "SIX" WITH PERFECTED mVE-IMEAD MOTOR rive. This year ive will have a larger I stock than ever.' We have selected the designs from six of the lead- iue ciauufa.-Jur.irc ami.- v.-in prompt delivery. Ko waiting. Ever- ail's Ltd.. 3rd Are.- S. 63 The Valve-ln-Hcad Motor Is now concRed'to be We most powerful type of motor known. The fact that its valve mechanism Is enclosed and automatically lubricated and the fact that ths Nash motor Is simple and efficient In design are undoubtedly, the reasons why It has become known as "Perfected Valve-in-Head Motor." Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. EVERYTHINO FOR THE AUTO SHERLOCK BUILDING. Select accommodation for- visitors available by the day it desired. Call. M. Harris" Agency. Phone. 1343 j Sherlock Bids. Jllss Chrlssle )L Gardner, shampoo and scali) treatment and facial mas-1 sage by appointment. Phone 739.! Suite 6, Hisinhotham Block. 70 I Mrs. Balnei. A.T.C.M., L.L.C.M.. double sliver niedallsr, teacher of pianoforte, violin, theory and har- mony has removed to 612 A 7lh St. south. Pupils prepared for all exam- inations. Dr. Hyrum Smith has returned from Chicago, where he spent the summer doing Post Graduate work at tha 'Nat- ional College bl Chiropractic. He re- turns equipped with the newest and best ideas in chiropractic and drugless therapy. Office 205 Sherlock Block. Phones 1677 and. H41, 12? Miss Esther Strota will organize classes in musical kindergarten, on Thursday afternoon, Sept. 23rd, at 4.30 a.m.. studio.two Conservatory of Music.. Ages S to 9. 'The course in- cludes training In note, reading'at key board aucl blackboard, of time and rhythm through singing and folk dancing, etc. The course lays a.tbor- ugn foundation further 'study at 1 the piano or other musical Instrn TI II inenygiene of; the Home A good talc powder lias Its share ia the day-to-day hygiene ot tho home. It's'good for baby, and makes dressing comfortable for social occasions or vigorous out- door activities. It ntsp provides a welcome after- delight" for the sharer handle all of the well-known and talc powders. Ask Us For Your Brand RED CROSS DRUG BOOK Co., Ltd. Phone 559. Sherlock Bldg. k HE WEATHER WEATHER II 55 4S I Medicine Hat................ 70 44 61 30 Winnipeg >.f........ so 5S 61 40 Calgary 31 Tho weather since yesterday has jeen partly cloudy and warm In Man., itoba; cooler in Saskatchewan and Alberta. Forecast" All {air today and on .Thursday, but light showers' In a places; stationary or lower tem- peratures. Bread is the Cheapest and Best Food _ TheEig White loaf i 7s Assured By Using I PRIDE OF ALBERTA n _ MOTHERS' FA VORITE t Taylor Milting Elevator FRESH MEATS Direct from lite Farm. Sausage and Cooked Meats Tbe kind that are different. R. eOULTRY PHONE 492 ol meets. Phone 7C5. 135 i COLUMBIA The Conservatory history o( music! 1 and. appreciation for adults wllI-S be organired on tfc-jrsniy at S p.m.! I Anyone desiring'a uiiJerstand- 1 ios acd keener atpreclstinn tor music a and 'Is deTeloprreiiMwill adtan- I tageous to join this 134 g Help to make the payment on the j i Travellers' Aiil being lagged i I on Wednesday, and Thursday at the i 5 Exhibition Grounds. j I The dance and. S Begalli will be.held at Durgmann's Hall on. Thursday, ScpL -23. Doors open at S p.m. MEETINGS K. of P. Tonight. The regular meeting lodge No. 3 will be held tjalghc at S p.m. All Members requested to he present Visitors- welcome. SCOUT NOTICE Alt members of Troop No. 2. are re- quested la meet in their hall at 7.15 p.m.. Thursday, Sept. 23. Full uniform if posslaie. F. A. BH1CGS, Sco-jtmasler. ANNOUNCEMENTS The Lcthhridgo Conservatory Atuslc la now open. Every branch oi j music. Expression and dauolng will be taught by a staff ol.certified teach- crs- j 219-0 Miss Viva A. Elton wishes to an- nouuco that she will he available for beginners and advance pupils -In at ier Studio In tbo Em- press Block, Slh St. South, commenc- ing Wednesday, Sept. I, 1H20. Appli- cations may ba mado at residence 1203 7th So., or phono 490. H. McQ. Young, vocal and piano students recitals thrice yearly. To- ronto Conservatory exams. Students are provincial and Dominion medal- lists. Studio, 4HA 6th St. South. 15 Dr. P. W. llirhards, Dcnllal, special. ist in oral surgery and diseases of the mouth. Suito 3, Oliver Block. Phone "09. 50 Serve Model Bakery Bread If yon like to give your fam- ily and frk'nds of tile best. No Waiting can ours. No liomo can possibly have the facllilk-a .have. Do riot be about it. ..IJSye U8_nt, (he chance J assertion cr Your Grocer. N. J. SCKWEIT2ER, Prop. Xmas Cards arc beginning to ar- SHIP YOUR GRAIN TO THE DAVIES GRAIN CO, o Hlshest prices: quickest -ro- turns. Service, the best. Offices Winnipeg and Calgary. District Representatives, The Edgett Agencies, Limited Balmoral Block, l.ethbrldge PHONE 651 INSURANCE AND LOANS Be Sure It's t, Board Company Births, Deaths, Funerals Gramophones j and Records t 'I Alberta's Pioneer Druggists I J.D.HIG1NBOTHAM j CO., LIMITED Wholesale and Retail Chemists Start CITY AND DISTRICT Holds Court at Cardston Judge Jackson leaves tcday (Wed nesday) to hold court In Cardston. He will be at Taher. on Moiidsy, Et Car- roaogay 'on Wednesday, and at Fore- most on Friday next week. Speeding At the city police court, on Wed- nesday, John Biss was fined and costfi- for -speeding within :the city limiis. Building a' Walk Construction pt a board walk across First avenue to the C.P.R. station is now under way and it Is expected to relieve the muddy condition, at that point that always follows a rain. if Brothers In Lsthhrldge The Groat Falls': reports [lie dealti at Wllllstori. NiD., of Mrs. Christopher' Thompson, formerly o[ Oreal Falls, and-a slater of Albert and A'eii (teasler. of Letbbndge. Inter- ment took place at Malta, Montana. g Take a little of your time to visit this store and 1 go over your hardware us, We've taken I cpnsiHeralile pains to look after the hardware neces- Cities of the people of this community and surround-; i 1 ing country. -Whether it's general hardware, 1 I Kitchen Needs, Glass Ware, .Quglery, Spoil- 1 I ing Goods, or Automobile Accessories, thefti very modest prices. I We invite you to come and see our assortments, 1 whether you purchase or not. i Consumers Hardware Supply Co y Business Phones: 1212, 1919 Office, 1920 Army and Navy Veterans'. Association -ttbe regular meeting ot the above be held In the Mbob ball. Higlcnolhani Block, on Thurs- day, the 23rtt, afS p.m. prompt Births. Deaths, Funeral Notices Cards of Mcmoriam, car- ried in this column at 10 cents per line, each insertion, minimum 5pc, able in gdvance. ____ DIED. at Ilerl Deer HosDil.-il Red Deer, Alia., on September 17lh, 1920, Mrs: Ucorg'.. Carr (r.e'e Mary Falrhrolhcrl. IVnth fpltowcd an op- eration for .TiiV-'-iitlicllls. 2-10-1 111 tic c-lly on Septcinhfr El'lh. 1920, Audrey, Alice McNaiighloti, nto 10 weeks, beloved daughter ol Jlr. and .Mrs. Aflililr Mc- N'aughtim. The- funeral" took place .it I o'dtirt: afternoon.'. 240-1 I Lcthbridge, Alberta, Canada 1 1 Phones: 1 Four Chairs We hai-o nilSM another chair tct us 16 bettor serve our growing patrciiage. WESTBROOK BROS. 6th St. Opp.'bank of Montreal. MACKAY PARLORS 803 Third Aveime 1802 Collector of Inland Revenue Re- ceives Further Information About New Law Further information regarding sales lases and manufacturers has bcec re- ceived by Mr. C. T. Wood, Inland Rev- enue officer, Lethbrldge. Where a manufacturer has no sales staff and employees outside firms or brokers who work on a commission basis, the question as to whether the sales tax applies as between the manufacturer nnd the selling agency depends on the manner upon wolch tha business is conducted. Where orders are taken by the salea agent nnd transmitted to the Canadian manufacturer who ships direct to the customer and bills the customer di- rect; It Is held that there is no sale to the sales agent by, tho manufac- turer. In such cases the customer will pay tho sales tai to the manu- facturer. If the manufacturer sells to a so- called sales agent and the sales agent In turn sells the goods to the lomcr the manufacturer wjll be re- quired to charge a sules tax of one. per cenL to tho aales agent and the sales agent will be required to charge another sales tax of one per cent, to the cusiomer. It a Canadian sales agent sells goods on commission which aro shipped from abroad directly In his customer, who passes thd goods through ciisldm.qn.the intolCfl'Tof-the agent llicrc Is no sales (ai payable by the cusiomer to the Canadian sales agent hut said tat is time WE ARE GRADUALLY RETURNING TO PRE-WAR DAYS Already the mills have gone back to manufacturing Patent flour. We are again manufacturing that old reliable brand, "OUR BEST" which is always uniform because we se- lect our own wheat, and it is milled by the most up-to-date methods. ELLISON MILLING ELEVATOR CO., LTD Hie World's Greatest Light Six Will Arrive in .a Few Days This little car Is an exict duplicate of :our two larger' cire, me- chanically and otherwise, even to Cord Tire equipment. yourself an Injustice If you do not see this car before you buy. ,price: F.O.B. Lethbridge MOTOR CO., LIMITED ;412 SIXTH STREET SOUTH" OPEN TONIGHT 6 TO 9 PJH, Ammoniated Tincture of Quinine I Is an old.anditried remedy for colds. We have the 1 genuine, made according to the formula of the Brit- I ish Pharmacopeia, PHONE 36 i S. JACKSON Opposite, 1 Silver Grill 1 PRESCRIPTION SPECIALIST I GRAND CHARITY DAN C E UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE GALT HOSPITAL LADIES' AID -MAIN PAVILION, EXHIBITION BUILDINGS ON MONDAY, SEPT. 21 MUSIC BY THE CANNONEERS' JAZZ BAND f the purchasing new TICKETS for operating table1 for Gait of Importation.; i..- If a Canadian firm.sells Bnlted Slates o..b. at a point in the United States, such goods on importa- tion by will be eabject to sales tax at the time o( irnporta- lion. .The. Canadian .concern which sells these b.. the United States point, doos not collect another sales tax Inasmuch as the sale Is treated as a sale in the .United States and tho customer rays the sales lax at Hie custom h6uso at the time of Importation.' When goods ate shipped direct to the sales agent the latter enters them at customs, nfter.wards selling them to n Cn.narljan end bfllmg them on his sales agent's invoice. There will he a sales" lax on importation by tlie sales agent and the latter will charge another. sales tix when selling the goods to his customer. PRESERVE NORTH COUNTRY FOR WILD ANIMALS RE01NA, Sask., Sept, fast hinterland ot northern Canada uriouli! be preterted iu Its entirety, sancl uary for wild animals, a trappers' aiic banters' paradise, In the opinion ,ol H. A. Conway, inspector, of Indian agencies in the far .north, Mr, Con way recently returned from a trii through' the north -we'st'lerrltorle! thai took him miles nprtH of Edmou- or miles north of a railway line." When rnarblo Is discolored Kasrli with edap nnd water, then ivtpc dry antl apply a paste made of rowdereo' bathbrlck and lemon lulce. Rub It wei: Into the discolored parts and rjnso It oft In clean, cold water, ortheOffice KOL'OK, i'GOLD MEDAL; TYPEWRITER CARBON PEERLESS, CARTER'S and GOLD MEDAL, TYPEWRITER RIBBONS RTER'S, WATERMAN'S STEPHENS' INKS Agents for UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER DICKS MIMEOGRAPH BINDING EVERALL'S LIMITED i OUTHARD ILCOK TKIR> AVBNUI MUTH I ;