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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta KUISON NORDHEIMEIS PIANOB ASSINIB05A MUfclC CO., LID. "Everything S15 Stn Street South Phont ffr 1 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THE WHITE Lilt A GOOO PLACE TO EAT SAME OLD STAND Put vim .into yourself with the nerve-nourish- jng- and bloocl-enrichinu; power of PENSLAR DYNAMIC TONIC. It does build Hi) weak, nervous people. The improvement you notice is real and lasting. The.Stokes Drug Ltd, DRUGGISTS AND STATIONERS NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1-487 Vegetables Are a Cheap Food Buy Them by the Sack POTATOES, 9 Ibs. for.........23c Per CABBAGE, 8 for..........25c Per cwt................ CARROTS and BEETS, 7 Ibs. for 25c Per cwt. TURNIPS, 8 Ibs. for Per ewt......... .25c THE GOOD CO., LTD. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HIGH CLASS GRCCE RESTORES AT LETHBRiDGE AND TABER. THE NASH "SIX" WITH PERFECTED VALVE-IN-HEAD MOTOR COME TO US FOR ALUMINUM COOKING AND KITCHEN NEEDS ilvi-. This year in- a larger, ptoik than -liavi- yelecicd j tlie best from "sis of tho lead- ing nwmfariurers ainl will give] Itrmuiii dr'.h cry. Xo Kver-1 Ltil., ,.cn Ave. S. 63 SHERLOCK BUILDING. i Soled ju'comniodatlon for visitors! available by the day j[ desired. Call! .11. Agency 1'hone 3343! Sherlock Illclg. 67 S The Valvt-In-Head Motor is now conceded to be the most powerful type of motor known. The fali that its value mechanism is enclosed and automatically lubricated and the fact that the Nssh motor is simple and efficient in design are undoubtedly the reasons why It has become known as the "Perfected Valve-in-Head Motor." Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. EVERYTHING FOR THE AUTO Dr. Hyrum Smith lias returned from i Chicago, vrhere he'spent .the summer! duiug Post Graduate work at the Xat-i iimal College uf He "re-1 turns equijtpyd with ihp newest and i best ideas in chiropractic and drugless' therapy. Office Sherlock Block. I 1'hones IC77 and 1411. 127 The dunce and raffle given by IlrsJ Begalll will be- held at. Hurgmann's i on Thursday, Seiit. 23. Doors open ut 8 11.111. _ II. W. Short, automobile painter, j has returned from his vacation and back at business, Cor. 6th Ave. and 4th St. Phone 417. 150: Mr. aud Mrs. Er Hrosseau, of Water- j ton Lakes, have returned'to the city. I Mrs. Brosscsu; tlie Jazz plano'playe'r. wilt be heru this winter. Anyliodv'de-1 slrlnii her services (or ihiiu-cs' will please phone 1579. The Hygiene of the Home A soocl talc powder lia.s its share in flay-to-day bygiene of tho home. It's for taliy, and makes dressing comfortaljle Tor social oocaslous or viperous out- door activities.-1 It also iir s a welcome atter- t Dancing in ihe Knights of I'ylhias i hall. Saturday, September 25ili, from i to 12 p.m. Music to he supplied by the Cannoneers' Jazz Baud. handle all of the well-known, ami .itlvcrtise'l talc powders. Ask Us For Your Favorite Brand RED CROSS BOOK Co., Ltd. Phijne 559. Sherlock Bldg. VHEWEATHEK Kdnioiilon Saskatoon Winnipeg Calgary Lethb'ridge Regiha ,02 CO .i.O 63 .74 cioudv Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Clear Cloudy Vast 24 liours has been cloudy and cool 'with slio'iverB In inauy parts of and Saskatchewan. 1 Forecast All west today and on Friday local showers but partly fair. Stationary. I Somewhat.lower temperature. Good aluminum cooking utensils kitchen indi- cate that modern ideas have been used in furnishing the home and that the home- maker has high regard for good cooking. Aluminum utensils are the best to buy because they last for years heat'quickly and hold the are easy to keep clean. See our big assort- ment-in the kitchen goods section. A large shipment just unpack- ed. CITY AND DISTRICT Police Court '-At the city police court; on Thurs- S. F. Stiirko was fined with costs, Tor not returning to the scene of the accident ntier the car he WBE driving bud come Jn colHsiou with u horse ridden by George McLean. Consumers' Hardware Supply Co y j Business Phones: 1212, 1919 Office, 1920 in iatmiiioiiBiiiimocMaimBiiiiiBt'5 Attends Court at 'Hat Inspector Risk, who lias been at- tending the Supreme court sittings at Medicine returned to the city, and will go buck to the Hat tonight. vrr. thing the best. Do not forget the date, i Admission: Gents ladies 25c 'i Ballot Boxes Ready j Ballot boxes arc on hand at the of- Cces of tli e'Lethb ridge Northern Irri- I gation Disthct for the coming elec- i Hon. Joins Dental Office Dr. dentist, of Toronto, is in the cltv and will lio associated with-Dr. Gideon. Bread is the. Cheapest and Best Food iteLoaf Is Assured By Using PRIDE OF ALBERTA OR MOTHERS' FAVORITE Taylor Milling Elevator COMPAm A meeting of thoie Interested in the i formation of the Lethbridge Co-oi7era-1 live Association will be held in United Church Hall, Westminster Roail-north.i at the hour of S o'clock in-.the'evening oi'tlie 25th of September i for the purpose of completing Iks-a'p-j plication for the. charter. All- hers are reciuestcd to be present. A. J. Ingram, secretary, LcHin'ridge Co-' Op. Club.- isir THE WEEK END Always flnils' us excfiptionfiHy well prepared to serve you with SOUTH ALBERTA'S FINEST MEATS, If the market any- thing special you will always it here. This lservk-o .cosU no more. R.COULTRY PHONE 492 ANNOUNCEMENTS The uiihbridge Conservatory o( Kvery. branch of music. Kipressinn and dancing will be laught by a staff ol certified teach- ers' 219JJ Miss Viva A. Elton wishes to an- nounce that she will be available for heginners and advance pupils in Pianoforte at her Studio In Hie Km- lirees Dlock, 5th St. South, coirimenc- lug Wednesday. Sept. 1, IDJO. Appli- cations may be made at residence, 1209 7th Ave. So., or iihonc 450. 16-0 M. McO. Young, vocal and pinno students recilals Ibrice yearly. To- ronto Conservatory c.taina. Students are provincicl and Dominion medal- lists. Studio. 414A 5th Kt. South 15 MEETINGS i COMMBml Vestry .Meeting A short special meeting of St. An- j 8 gusltii's vestry will be held Sunday :1 morning at the close of divine service. Business will be of only a utes' duration. s 1 Important Labor Meeting J A meeting will be held In Uie j 1 Labor hall tonight'for all interested 11 In appearing before the Commission i 0 under the Factory AcC which will i sitting in .Lethbridge tomorrow j S Saturday. All workers 'Interested. 15 both organized and unorganised, are i I invited to tonight's meeting. f d A Generous Barnum Fully recognizing the educational feature of Ills marvellous exhibition, the owner of tho show creating so much interest tit the Carnival.' and eutitlert "What is in" has decided. to allow all children to see this won- ei fill exhibit free of charge. 1 Special Services i Special llarvpst thanksgiving sor- i vices will be held in St Augustln's 1 church on Sunday, Sept. 26lh. dona- tions ot fruit, vegetables, grain, etc., will be greatly appreciated. Doners please leave same at tho church not later than 2.30 Saturday afternoon. 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- chanically and otherwise, even to Cord Tire equipment. You do yourself an injustice if you do not see this car before Price F.O.B. Lelhbridge GRAHAM MOTOR CO., LUTED .412 SIXTH STREET SOUTH S. Jackson s Gramophones and Records Dr. r. Itlcinirds, Uenllsl, special- ist in oral surgery anil diseases of (be mouth. Suite 3, Oliver bluck. J'h'ono 11103. 3.0 Salvation Army Harvest Festival Meetings In the citadel all day Sunday very Bpocial Harvest Thanksgiving ser- vices -.vill he conducted by Adjutant Hardy and IJcnt. Erie. Important ad- dresses appropriate .for the occasion will lie given at the nioniinj; and night meetings hy the officers. Thi; platform will be nicely decorated, and I special music: anil songs will be rcn-1 jdercd. On licmlay 'night at S o'clock 'a sale of all goods late place, i j Thi'. Canadian Urotlic-rhood of Sla- tiouaiy Knginetsra aiifl Firemen will hold Iheir regular meotinK in tlie Lalior ball toniorrou- fprldnyl cvr- nlng at !i All power plant workers invited. WINNIPEG PASTOR CALLED TO TORONTO) WIN-NMPKO. Hciit. W. U Armstrong, pastcir of Fort Hougoi Jletlimlis.f church, formerly ol Kdnion-! ton, has received a call to Centennial' McthoilisI rhiirc-h. Toronto. It Is un-i (Icrstocul thai be ia disposed (o accept} Alberta's Druggists 0 J.D.HIGINBOTHAM I A.tO., Wholesale and Retail Chemists Lethbridgc. Alberta, Canada i Phones I Gees to Winnipeg Cleorge II. Mclvor, formerly of I.ethbridge, who has been connected with the Willard-Cummirigs Grain Co. of Calgarj" for the past ot years, js In the city today on his way to Winnipeg where to lias been ap- manager of the company's ol- fice in the grain exchange. I Will Be Plank Crossing The plan of making a concrete on Isl Ave., opposite the C. J P. II. station, has been abandoned in thai it meant the raising of the street car tracks, the espensn of which (ho city is not able to stand at the pres- ent time. The crossing will bo a plank one, and work on this Is now pro- ceeding. Tlie gravel uas been placed on tho spot for the siilew.-ilk as orig- inally planned and will bo used for filling up cavities In the roadbed. Four Chairs We have added another chair I" us lo'heltcr serve our snowing ittlrniitigo, WESTBRQOK BROS. 6th St. Opp. Bank of Montreal. "Smoker" Tlie Loyal Order of Hoc held a very enjoyable smoker in thtii1 hall in the Higiubottiam lilock last evening. I There was !i large attendance of J representatives of the different fra- ternal organizalions of the city. The I program consisted of songs, rccita- j lions, etc.. and toasts to different organizations, which were suitably re- plieU to. Carpet ball games wero also contested amongst the different j teams. Mention should also be made i of the musical Elections hy tho Co- lonial Orchestra, nmler tho direction of Charles Jieresford, It Is the Inten- tlon ot the Ixiyal Order of Moose i pnl on more of Ihcse social evenings j during the winter months, and if last i night's entertatninenl is any criterion of whal to expect, there wi'll be large turnouts to thcso future gatherings. A C'iiifSgo cloclor wrole SdS liquor 1 ,WO IKJUOT MACKAY" PARLORS PfwIPtions In one day. His license '803 Third Avenue 1802 was revoked. Cards arc SHIP YOUR GRAIN TO THE DA VIES GRAIN CO. Serve Mode] Bakery I' I Bread IT you like to filvc your fam- i j My friends of the best. Xo i f hoiup having caircfiual onrs. 9 I N'o home can possibly have 3 HIP facilities we liare. Do I [I nnt bo skeptical about It. us at least (he chanr.R r lo provp our assertion, Phone t1i75 or Your Grocer, 1> N. J. SCHWEITZER, Prop. Holies'. 1C', turns. Kgrvlro thi! hcsl. Olliccs Wlnnipcs and C____ District Representatives, The Edgett Agencies, Limited Balmoral Block, Lethbildge PHONE 651 INSURANCE AND LOANS Be Sure ll's a Board Company WE ARE GRADUALLY RETURNING TO PRE-WAR DAYS- Already the mills have gone back to manufacturing Patent (lour.'We are again manufacturing that oM reliable brand, "OUR BEST" which is always uniform because Ave se- lect our own wheat, and it is milled by the most lip-to-date methods. ELLISON MILLING ELEVATOR CO., LTD For chapped hands, face or lips. Irritated or rough skin. Chafing, sunburn; or windburnf A' satisfactory appli-r cation after, shaving. PHONE 3S4 Silver Grill 1 PRESCRIPTION SPECIALIST 1 H iiitiiu irniHiuir anjBjmsDimimiifiaiRir IKIIUCIIUU nmum G RAN D CHARITY D A N G E UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE GALT HOSPITAL LADIES' AID MAIN PAVILION, EXHIBITION BUILDINGS ON MONDAY, SEPT 21 MUSIC BY THE CANNONEERS' JAZZ BAND TICKETS for the purpose 'of purchasing new 'operating tahle for Gait Hospital. Births, Deaths, Funerals BIrthe7 Funeral Notices, Cards of In Memoriam, car- ried Tn this column" at 10 cents per fine, each trisertTon. minimum 50c, pay- able In BORN ['ROSINS Mr. and fred T. Ttobtna at the Van Haarlem HospHal, on September. 21; a son. Green Adams Dealers In Hides, Pelts and Fura Rear Herald Office PHONE 1955 Kef. Standard TlnnX WE PAY CASH FOR WAS.TE PAPER, BOOKS, MAGAZINES AND CARDBOARD Everything for the Office KOLOK, PEERLESS, ADANAC GOLD TYPEWRITER CARBON PEERLESS. CARTER'S and GOLD MEDAL fc TYPEWRITER RIBBONS WATERMAN'S and STEPHENS' INKS Agents for UNOERWOOD TYPEWRITER DICKS MIMEOGRAPH BINDING EyERALL'S LIMITED j .jUIUD tOUTH SOUTHARD ;