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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SEPTEMBER 23, 1920 THE LETHriRIUGE DAILY k PAGE THREE You Cannot Improve on a HER ALP WANT AD-as a Salesman. Tr one To REPLIES! Replies, received for the follow- ing Box Numbers: x 46, 68, 71, 79, 113, 115, 121, 129, 132V OWNERS OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 61. FIREMAN WANTED i APPLICATIONS BB RE- CEIVED BY THE UNDERSIGN- ED, UNTIL NPON OF TUES- DAY, SEPT. 28TH, FOR THE POSITION _OP FIREMAjtf F.OR iVIN aiylvi iia Ai CENTRAL, MANUAL- TRAIN- i ING, OLD, HIGH AND KINDER- ,.CARTEN SCHOOLS. DUTIES WILL COMMENCE NOVEMBER-1ST. APPOiNTEE WILL TO WORK HOURS EACH. DAY. I ANY INFORMATION REGARD- iNQ DUTIES MAY HE OB- TAINE0 AT THE OFFICE IN THE CENTRAL SCHOOL. AP- PLICANTS WILL, STATE WAGES' EXPECTED AND EXPERIENCE AROUND WITH TES- JOHN H. FLEETWOOD, Secretary-Treasurer. Some Yield 250.Per.Cent, In vestigation Prices UD I Canadian -Press.) A statement-which has Just been Is- sued brthei British Government shows that Ge'rulan Imports into-: Great Britain ginco the armistice total over pounds sterling and British .ixnorls to German; over pbnndg It is stated thM some alarm is.felt in the toy at'the presence of competition; cur- rent year "Made-ill-Germany" toys to tho value of pounds sterling, practically a pre-war, level-hare beeu Imported; and toys-to the' value of 116.000 pounds sterling have ueen'im- pdrted from Japan.v- i The Association of Hritish Toy Ma- kers has-approached the.1 government a view IQ having it carry, out its promise to( any kind, where the'particular industry, was In danger by-ex- cessive, importations cost of production in Weal Britain, owing to of-the WINDSOR WOMAft IS' KEL'D FOR MURDER NEW on came kinds of ice cream soda is 250 per cent, and most dealers are. making.more than 100 piiblic's'-thirst, according to an the Ice cream soda business.'' y'ea'rB 'ago.'an Ice-'crcam BOtla' cost m the majority of-'places and ten cents 'where" the fountain.'or a little more elaborate. contained n ,generous 'serving ;of. Ice cream. Today sodas are generally throughout. New York, for seventeen cents. In man'y orhate establishments; they cost twenty-tWo mid twenty-eighV cents. ".And here is the average cost soda, we gel in theec post-war] days: ..1 -Ice .02S1. Corbonaled ,QOi5; 1'lavoring syrup .035 t Labor .Cashier ................___.'.; ..Q02SJ Overhead .01 Total ''One would imagine thai the cost'of; the crenni-Tvf.a the heaviest-rx-j hnt according to a deep, davk' secret, owners of- Hoda foun-' lains are among tffo chosen few: to vrhom the life nihnufacturer! Bells Ills product for negation.' Thai -means thiit- fcd.creathl costing from 70 cents to 51 ;i quart 'for home the proprietor of a 1920 fountain just'38 cents. More-Profitable Than' vyhlskey.-. "Yes; the cost of living is going said an exbarleudcr who now per- forms wonders in mixing soft drinks' at the fountain of a famous hotel. "In' the. old days, father cduld send the can to the corner once or twice dur- ing the evening-and- have a social time with some frfends on ,the front porch for the price of two rounds of beer.' And'twenty-five cents for 'a, quart :.of Ice' Scream beep the 'family :hnppy. Today the Ice crearn' costs mprc than the beer and cream in those days.'? "Yes, everybody'selling Ice crSam _Eodas is making agreed J. A., Sangston, of iho American Jain company. "Not so long sea a customer of burs several years ago, purchased a fountain from us for paid an income lax amounting', to li.a.O'Ofl. The hotel.proprietors who derived bars are, finding that soda fountains' duce.'even higher, revenues. Jew years ago a good fountain could be purchased for J6.000. The other day we sold a fountain for Only ofle place could be foimd ycs- n sure chough Ico cream soda.may bo.purchased for ten cents, anditbat was in the'basement-of live and ten cent store. Sep'f. Lena Coasack' is: being held for the murder ot Andrew Vilaume', Tyho'm she shot .yesterday "afternoon during a at her hb'nie'in Sandwich-East.' Vilriume SAN FRANCISCO UlMi PREDICTED EXPLOSION SAN can Jlrttthewsoa, TO LIVERPOOL William .fi-plj-22, Corsican ..Sept. 25 Victorian ,'i..-. Sept.' 29 2 Empress o'f France .....Oct. 6 Empress Bf Britain 13 Minnedoss 16 Prince Victorian .Oct. 20 .Oct. 23 .Oct. 27 Corsican Oct. 30 'TO GLASGOVV _, ,-r_ TunlsFan i .'T. 1 Sicilian Oct. 13 Pretorlan i. .1: .Oct. 22 JAS. Tickets Issued on'aii: other Atlantic- Lines.' PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS MEDICAL MASSAGE DENTAL Medical Ma-sage Ladies' Hair Dressing-Parlors Mrs. Woods. Phone 1710. Hull 7th St. Ground Floor. Farris Service Agency Sclsntlflc Collection! Everywhere.' Contlcgeac.1 bash. We get re- sults. Eforylhln; In accountancy. 'Prompt attention. 4 Acadla Block. Phois 1616. DK. M. ttts of Koyal Co'Jogu ol Dental S'ur- gcona. Toronto. X-.-ay equipmeaL Olfice: Rooms 5 So 7. Brvan Block s-Phoue 1071.__- >K- L. T. fraduate University of X-ray Office, Iloom S Rylahdi Fhone 1165. here, announced today.lie was !n pos- session of the'name of was declared to have, predicted several days. before the' New 'York; bomb ei-' plosion that a nlosloa" in Wai I- street. "on >the" fit' teenth." latest geological survey gives, tho area of the Uv S. as square ot which is land NOTICE TOTITAN vital' part of yonr engine is '.til's; electric spark. a good.jiot.spark. iBring yGiirSEnESriG- will start easily-as the mornings get colder and ensure you of an nninterruiited the busiest time pf I am Vqiiip'ifert'to make your-magnetb' ilr, ils liest. I. will., test your 'magneto free'of charg'ei .It will pay you visit. Magneto recharged; 'pricjs reasv oJiable. "guaran- ''teed. M.v "place'of business is now NORTH LETHBRIDGE GARAGE E. J. 6'Sullivan 372 1ST H ST. NORTH Right on 13th St. Blue Line This is the official: service sta- tion of the I. H. C. Cigarette, iv or habit NoyTo-Bac has helped thousands to break the costly, nerve-shattering to- you have a longing "for a smoke of chew, 'just place a.harialess No-To-Bac tablet in your mouth instead. All desire stops. Shortly, the habit Is completely brok- en, -and off mentally, nhysicalljvfinanchilly. It's so easy, so simple. 'Get of and if -'doetii't-. release you from- all craving for tobacco in any form, j-pur druggist -will.refund yonr money with- out question.-No-To-Itec-is made by Ihi owners pt-.-Cascarets; therefore is thorqusilly, POOR PUPILS Maybe she wouldn't be a poor pupil In school it her minlis ot sight were 'normal. Any teacher will tell you that impaired vision makes a child unahlc'to concen- trate or retain. Watch your .child reaO. 1C she bums book too close, or reads with a strained see us at oute for a free examination of her eyes, lu R. A. Wright'sjJewelry Store. THE HANDSOME STORES On view here are rot so ex- pensive-, may: imagine. We prepare-vtheiB wben no Im- mediato orders hand.-v Monumental Works EIGHTH STREET SOUTH Where Demand and Good Crops Meet "There; You Always Find Young" Iocatt-3 Ilia spot.- He Bells the stftck. Ho has still locations for a number of carloads. Write'or wire him, John H. Young, B.A. 1109 Portage Ave., Winnipeg, F. H. WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST Bombard Block. South, Phone 1959. Res- Phono 1937. WILL H. Ettccssnor to Marrs snd Mam. Hoara 9 to 6. Olftoa _ DR. T. v.'.- FOXUSTIST late North Weetem Der.tal Ity, Chicago. OfHoe. phonj 784; idence phona 75i. Offices: Union fank Bnlldlaa IBM Ul Vf. It. traduits of Chicago Collegs ot Dea- ,cJ Surgary, -Alberto IScLood 016'ilBg Btoie.. Of- juoaa 169S. Bioni C. M. irasttate of Iht, of Surje.-j. Kooms 3 !md Block, tour, doors north of the Ale i hotei fnoao 410. HM. phi S73. Uenusi Oracuai oi and former inatmctor Ui-.NorlV UilTeraltjr Deatal; JU, Oilices, HigiDbpitam f Telephone Huiu-s to Jzing m pyorrhoa; X-Ilay -.-qiUpment Of'icb. Buite 3, Bryan-BlockrHours: 5. PJKine_1553.; DK. P. W. gr uate ot Chicago College ol Dnntal Bnrguryx In oral ot the Honrr. 9 to 12. I. to f.SO. Suite 3, OlWa: Block. Poona -x CHIROPRACTOaS UYRU.M SMITH and JUNE n.-SMITH methods aro Nature's own Free consultation aad aimlv 10-12'and ap- somlment. Koom 203, Sherlock Block. Phones, ICTT.a'ud V1AVI CHANGE OP LOCA'. MANAGEMENT and Literature free regarding Viavl Remedies, whereby sufferers become well without oper aliens. Mrs. K. P. Huock, resident 537 Sth Phone 1SS3. 4, E AND NIGHT 1356, Office 3rd Ave. Lethbrldge, Alberta Ride In a MeLcugiilin Special. Ii costs no more. Eddie Berger, Prop, 4Mtf PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES HI M.I. ih. SALES, OF LANDS IN THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA FOR ARREARS OF-TAXES Notice is hereby given that certain in improved and 68 ,IN THE'PROVINCE OF ALBERTA WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE HOR ARREARS OF TAXES AND COSTS On Thursday, the of Nov., 1929 AT 10 O'CLOCK IN THE FORENOON AT THE COURT HOUSE, LETHBRIDGE Unless'tho arrears of taxes and .sooner paid A printed list of tho said Ian As may he obtained upon applica- tion to the IJepartthcnt of Municipal Affairs at Edmonton, Alberta may bo seen in the Isauo of the Lelhbrlilgc Herald, dated Sept. Dated at Edmontffn, this ISIh'day of Sopt., 1920. J. H. LAMB, i Deputy Minister. Strawlierry Only a few weeks ago the strawbevries in Quaker Brand Jam were being picked in the fields of the famous Frasei' Valley. As soon as. the girls could gather enough to fill a smajl tiiick they were i-ushed to the fac- tory and cooked into' jam. WeluuTylikethis'be.. cause1 the fresh' berries give th6 jam a delicate natural .flavor. Dominion Canners B. C. Ltd. HEAD OFFICE: VANCOUVER, 6. C. A.B.C. TAXI SUCCESSORS TO 'LETHBRIDGE TAXI 664 FHONE 664 1 AUTO TRUCK s Light and Heavy Drayfng I THE CITY TRANSFER J. KEP.R I Phones: Office -1143; Res. 683 I 203-20 g A.G, SPENCE TAXI Phone Phone DAY NIGHT. Please Leave Train 'Calls Early Gurney-Oxford Furnaces EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL TINSMITHING FREEL ELLIOTT Shset Metal Worfcor. 336 6lh St South Phono 17J3 .SPIRELLA BH1RKLLA ACCESSORIES Mrs. P. A. Parker, 1816 7Ih Are. N. Phone 1182. UNSMITHS barrels straightened, 'g'lns restock work dpie by a gunsmith leys raade, lock's repaired, bicycle: trpcwrlters.-pboDoirraphs. any llgi niachlnery repair.edN lawn .mowor ihiirpened. D. B. Katdonald, Indian Motorcycle'Agent. Phone 1032 6t Street, opposite Hertld offlce ELEC1K1C SURPLIESf Electric'Light anj Poner Contractorj Pbona 1333 Bth st S Ujibtlng a SpeciaUy Contractors tor Electrical Work Cardston Temple. DECORnriNG WEIXINOTON tors. Paps-banRera and Palnte General Decoratln nad Sign Wri.tlng Estimates give The oldest 'established painters Lethbrldge. Hes. phoris K74; offi< phoce Sherlock Bldg, Albfrta. reoPATmc DP.. J. E. 11ORNINO, OSTEOPATillC PHYSICIAN. Sherlock Bids Hscra 10-12, 2-i, and tj spiwfntmsnL Phone 1939- HOSPITALS 'HE VAN HAARLEM Private Hos- pital. 122! 7lh Ave. S.. Lethbrtege; riioue 716. Acconimodatlon. for sur- i.Crti, istuicrti iiuu liiaiefiiiiy pa- Private .cd eeml-prlvate Rates J30.00, J33.00 and tJ5 'a week. Write mtcrmation Mis. M. R. Van Haarlem, superin- tendent. MJ8iC CIAIRE S. DOBLE Teacher ot Piano. Theory and Flotcher Music Method. Studio will reopen about the middle of September. 222-25 MISS Playing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed for the examlna'.lons of tho Royftl Academy; and Royal College of Music, London. England... 100 per cent. last year successful. MRS. W. H. of Piano and Theory. Pupils prepared for the Toronto Conservatory ol Music eiams it desired. Annual spring recital. Studio, 1238 Sth Ave. South. CLEANERS AND PRESSERS THE VALET-i-Spocinllst. in French dry cleaning. We are" the oldest cleaners in the city.- We use the Eenuina French system, which COT; era tvery and eliminates pos. elble injury to.garments, giving high class results. Special attention to country work. 324 6th Street Pbonii 1812. Cuik-ct end deliver. LOO PRESSING. Repairing and alterations well done at reasonable prices. We sell tor and- deliver goods. 320 7th St. South. Phone 1528. OXT-ACBTTLENB WBLDINO W. -N. KUTH. Corner 1st Ave. and 10th 'Street. Doris I. R. COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER open to take on one or'two rnora Coun- try DTug Stores. Write for partlcul vt, T214 THIRD AVL SOUTH L. D. S. Publications ATCARDSTO'N I. M. COOMBS Dcseret Agent A. DecorafrnTTnl Paperhahglng. Phono 8SO. 611 8lh Avenoe South, E. L. COPELAND. B. fl. KBN'T The Pyramid Decorating Co. Inter or decorating ani! paperhanglng a spa- clally. Siitisfteil customers our aim Phone 1S03. 616 12th St Sonth. JOSEPH DAVHWON, DECORATOR. 'Established Thirty-five years' eiperience In Eiter- ior and Interior Decorating. 567 1Kb St. South. l Eslimntcs Rea. Phone 1101 PIANO TUN1NO' o. H. Player-Piano and Organ Repairer. 20 years' factory experience, lion- onrs Certificate M. T. Aaan., London. England. References IS the leading musicians of the city. Pbone 1168 627 IQib St S. ER WATEIl can locate water for you. 1 never have Jailed. Charges reasonable. T. L. Daviea, 121S 5th Ave. A, South. PhMie.1217 LelhbrMgc. Guaranteed Sattery Service A written guarantee with all hattcry repair work. A com' picle hatlery anil electric vico givert.) Prices are less. KING AND GREEN GARAGE RAYMOND Association of Army and Navy Veterans b Canafda Lelhbrltfne 'Unit, No. 34 Velornnr, desirous of Joining Ihe above- nssociation, ran ob- tain information and application forms from the secretary, L LEIGH, P. 0. Uox No. C. Loth- bridge. If your nnto or tractor radiat- or needs repairing, tne "tnow tho eqoipmcnt and tho shop in Alberta la your service. THE RADIATOR HAN Silver Grii: Farmers- When In need of any TRACTOH Repairs tt will be to your cst to try US, We havu an np-tadate Machine Shop anrl employ first class Satisfaction -iu pried and workmanship, Tractor 'Cylioderg rcgroond, with over-size pistonj and rings. N1VEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. S. Phono 1732 ;