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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PHONOGRAPHS PIAN08 ASS1N1BOIA MUSIC Lli) "Everything Stirat South Phcne 1545 HERALD "A Symphony of Fragrance" is the only way we can describe Garden Court Extract and Toilet Water. Come in and judge for yourself no words can tell you half .so much. The Stokes Ltd, OfiUGGISTS AND STATIONERS NEXT- DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 14S7 --r-'' i i WHITELliNGi A GOOD PLACE, TO EAT. SAME OLD STANP THE NASH "SirilTH PERFECTED VALVE-IH-HEAD MOTOR lest Car of Fruit This fear see this Washington car of fruit we have just You unloaded. STALIAN PRUNES-BOXM packed plumb full and easily contain from 3 to 5 lot. mvrt fruit thsn anyth.iig wt have had this Price, per box.............. BARTLETT PEARS-AII No. 1 quality, good pears, on oreen side. Heavy Per case FREESTONE rip. to navt the-right color and flkvor. all heavy weight, and 1 r Per box FLEMISH BEAITTY Good die peart; green. Heavy t Per uie EXTRA DISCOUNT ,ON QUANTITIES THE GOOD CO., LTD. WHOLESALE AND RCTAIL HIGH CLASS QROCERS-StORES No. i quality, AT LITHBRtrxje ths best designs from sii of the lead- Ing manufacturers and will give prompt delivery. No waiting. Ever- all's Ltd., 3rd Ave. S. 03 The Sherlock Building. The Sherlock rooms ..offer you good nL-eouimoUaiiOtt if you arc staying in town for a day or two. w. M. Harris Aeoncy. Pnone 1343. 154 I The Coatdale Girls 'fcsehall Club I a re giving a dance oft Thursday, 30th. Taber four-plecs brches- tra will lurnish the music. A good time and Imich assured. Th: Valvc.in-Hestf Motor Is now conccded.to be type of motor known. The fact that Its valve mechanism Is enclosed and autamallMtly lubricated and the fact that' the Nash'motor Is simple and efficient in design are undoubtedly the reasons why it has become known as the "Perfected VaivV-tn-Kead lilotor." Baalim Motor Co, Ltd. EVERYTHING FOR.THE AUTO Bread is the Cheapest and Best Food TheBigWhiteLoaf h Assured By Using PRIDE OF ALBERTA MOTHERS' FAVORITE Taylor Milling Elevator COMPANY -_________ East Lethbrldae U. F. A. Will, hold their first of the sea-on dances, at the -Crystal Lake School House on Friday, 1st. Gents Ladles please bricg cake or sandwiches. Beat of music anil a good lime assured: to all. 24Mh The October Victor records are on sale tomorrow at the Willis Piano Store. Seo large' -.advertisement in another part ol newspaper: We have them all. jgrj Just arrived, three cars ot. 12 inch fire wood. The Sts'cey-Lumber Co Ltd. 202 A dance will be given by the Can- noneers' Jazz band'in the K.P Hall Friday night, Oct. 1st: 'J1.50' couple' eitra ladies 50c. Dancing S tilt. 2 Births, Deaths, Funerals HERE'S A LOAF The lothbrMge Conservatory of Music is now open. Every -branch ol music, ErpresElou .and- dicing win be taught by a staff of certified leaVi- ers' 213-0 Miss Viva A. Elton wishes to nouuco that she will bo available for in beginners and pupils Pianoforte at her Studio I 'the Eu, press Block.' Bth St. South, comment mg Sept. 1, 1920 Apill- 'le ttt re'WenoB. -ith Ave. So., of phone 430 '_ __ 'lS-0 II. -11 ao. Voung, voral and piano stutleuts recitals thrice To- ronio Consorraloi-y mains. -Students are provincial and Dominion' medal- Births, Funeral Notices, Cards of-Thanks, In Memprlam, car- ried In this column" at; per line, each insertion, minimum 5Cc, pay- able in advance. IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Bdr, A. Ship- man, 39th Battery, killed in action Sept. 30th, 1918." Inserted by Jlr. and Barkley. Purple Springs, V NYAL PINOL EXPECTORANT A healing remedy and prompt relief for coughs, bron- chitis and 'irritated conditions of the respiratory organs. Pinol Is a scientifically c'o'm-- pounded remedy and if utttt at directed. Is guaranteed to olve satisfaction. 'KEEP A BOTTLE IN YOUR' HOME RED CROSS DRUG BOOK Go.; Ltd. J Sherlock-Bids.' 36 31 34 S! 3S 34 33 34 IN MEMORIAM In loving meniofy-ol on r'dear friend Ddr. A..D. T. in-action at naillincourt near Camhrai Sent' 30th, ISIS. Two years have jone-sinca that sad day, N When our dear friend was calloj away j But as long as life and aumory last, i Tie will renienihered bp. [2 .Inserted by his friends. Mr. aud'l Mrs. J. Kerr. 201 1 Edmonton 74 Uthbridge Regina...... 55 Winnipeg 45 Calgary 76 Mediplne Hat 78 Moose Ja.iv...... 49 The weather since yesiertov' has part cloud? arid cool with a ten- dency toward higher temperatures Forecast All and moderately warm today.and on Friday DISTRICT r Mr. Peat >a a' Pfesant in the hospital eipects to be back at his pfflca on Monday. No Police Court M i ?alr awaited Magistrete Irwln at': the city police court on Thursday morning, there be- ing nothing on the cfiaree sheet: C.P.R. Superintendents Meet -Mr. C. n.1- MacKiritosh left this morning for Calgary to take part in of the superintcadeati of ;ue-C.P.R. which is bejag held there today to discuss the wage raise ol; the employees and other matters. Postmaster Brocket ...Mr. Wesley'Charles' Miller has bee appointed postmaster of Brocket In plac.of Mrs, N'. Harrad. The tranefe took place on Wednesday. Chinamen Opium Two, .Chinamen of appear the local j.P's on Tuesday were fined, for LayinK opium-in the' possesaioa. Both of them belonged t the Excelsior Cafe. On had f Day and costs and Lun Sam J5 an costs. In the cafe thei'e were found a> opium pipe, Ihe head of a pipe and packet of Yenchee FEATHER DUSTERS! O'CEDAR DUSTING AND OIL SPRUSTEX DUSTING AND, OIL DISH MOPS HAIR BROOMS FLOOR MOPS CORN BROOMS -All at money-saving prices. r. 'v See what we have to offer in these -lilies. Business Phones: 1212, 1919 Hardware Supply Co' Office, 192 CARD OF THANKS Mrs. Gon-ill and family of. New Day- ton wish to thank thnir many friends and relatives lor the deep sympathy and many Kindnesses extended to them during their recent sad bereave- ment, nlso to thank tdose who sent flowers and for the spcriat music that was reudered at the service. K'S and Studio, 414A 5tb St. Soulb. Dr. p.-w, liichards, special- j of bread that stands for si S years of ciperience. skill ___ g prcstlsc In this city, gj Kvery slice tefls a story of per- pi lycmiM, special- g sistence in the oKo'rt to pleasa i lsl OIal surgery and diseaitos of the n the bread-bfiying public of this 11 montli. Suite 3, Oliver Jjlock. section. And vu have succeed- g j ll''S' 2 1'liune any grocery or 1173 I! Cards ara bcglnnlni; (o ar- r ve This .year we will hnvu u brgcr slocl; than ever. We have selected: N. J. SCHWEITZER, Prop. PROPOSAL DROPPED FOR THE PRESENT LONDON, Sept. 'Canadian As- sociated connection with recont cable dispatches' Intimating that the proposal to appoint a Cana- j ofan ambassador to Washington, has abandoned for the lime being, yrfiUe nothing bus been given.put'of- .H has been slated here that this iicltun was taken bcrauso Can- to ilr6p the iiroposa! for Alberta's Pioneer J.D.HIGINBOTHAM CO., LIMITED Wholesale and Retail Chemists Start Lethbrldge, Alberta, Canada Phones DONT W SO LONG 'Four barbers at Vour service. WESTBROOK BROS. Opp. Bank of Montreal. 6th St. Brownies, -The Brownies, meet. as.UBUal J'rioV afternoon, Oct. 1st at 4 o'clock in ta' parish room of the church, corner 111 St.-and Sth Ave, S. Girl Guides The Girl Guides Company No 1 St Augustine's, will.meet Friday eveiiin; October 1st, at 7.15 o'clock in the! club rooms, corner 2nd Ave and 8th St. south. General Meeting G.W.V.A. A general meeting, of the G.W.VA will ho held at the headquarters in Ihe city at 3 p.m. on Sunday. As there has been no such meeting held for the last three months, there will be a great fdeal of business coming up and members are asked to turn oui in force. Masonic Meeting Letbbridge Lodge No. 39. A. y anu A. M., 0. R. (A. will-hold.nn emergent meeting in the Masonic Hail, 10th' St: S.; this evening, Sept. 30th. The 2nd degree will be conferred. -Visitors cordially welcomed. MISSIONARY ACTIVITIES THROUGHOUT CHINA variety ol missionary activity was represented at the farewell gathering, held last night in the Sixth Avenue Methodist Church for the largo outgoing party of missionaries which sails on'. the Empress of Russia (orlay.1 TAretors, nurses, evangelists, farm- ers, educationalists and dentists were all represented In the party. llev. Dr. Bcrvicc, who has spent 18 THE WEEK El Always tlnrta MS cxcciKlonally' well prepared to serve you with ALBERTA'S FIN.EST MEATS If. the-market arfoulo any- thing special you vrill always flnil it service -.nu laore. PHONE 492 I SHIP YOUR GRAIN I TO THE DA VIES 1 GRAIN CO. i Highest prices: quickest re- turns. the best. Offices Winnipeg ami Calgary District Representatives, I The Eflgelt Agencies, Limited Balmoral Block, Lcthbrldjc I 'PHONE 651 INSURANCE AND LOAMS EC Sure It's a Board Company WF. ARE GRADUALLY TO PRE-WAR DAYS Already the mills have gone back to manufacturing Patent flour. We are again that old reliable brand, BESP' which is always uniform because vve lect our own' wheat, and it is milled by the most up-to-date 7nethods. ELLISON -MILLING ELEVATOR OX LTD. The World's Greateif Light Six Will Arrive in a Few D tys to Co our two lai Ire equlpnent MOTOR CO, LUTED, USUAL PROMPT AlTBmor IS AN EVERYDAY PHRASE IN THIS STORE Physicians and patrons are realizing more and 3' more just what SERVICE means, as exemplified by I- us. -Experienced graduate in pharmacy do your dispensing here. f PHONE 364 Sydney Jackson Prescription Specialist ARE CAREFUL Across From Alexandra Hotel years iu large .a in 7 China, mfonnFd tK i i that tie pruning prefie ided 30m1lhon pages of cie'v jear, Eup plied all Ene missionary societies working in that section of the country wHVihe necessary church and Sunday school papers, and printed in five di.f ferent including the new phonetic ELript, vhich it nas hoped would-become n-very valuable means o( communication between the'differ- ent dialects. In Anderson, the dentist o' the party, Dr Service laid hat there wore.only'.twelve dentists n China and that .Ihe Canadian Methodist mission had four of them on its staff. Key. S. Soper, an .ordained ralnlst- !r, who had spent five years in China, olil of a successful experiment iad been tried in introducing sqeu ific farming at Kenrhow, where he iad trained young, men in 'modern methods of agriculture Tuentynine of hisfa.chpol were now ac- ive Christian workers and connnect- d with various branches of the nls- of. West .China. 'When ther ate their, they mnet 'pretty- fair said the Chief of Polke 111. Ho