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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PHONOORAPHS NORDHEIMCR PIANOS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything 41S Ith StfMt South. Phone LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD IT COSTS LESS TO EAT COMMERCIAL CAFE QUALITY UP -PRICES DOWN OPEN TO-NIGHT (Tuesday) Till 9 P. M. Open Wednesday Till 6PM The Stokes Drag Co, Ltd. DflUGGISTS AND STATIONERS NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE WE ARE SELLING OUT-- OUR HOOD COVERS AT COST PRICE 50c 50c Also some 31 x 4 Diamond And 32 x Dia- Aft siond Tires in Double cylinder brass pmnpe. Goliath Spark Plugs; regular SOc, at Kleuaall Auto Body Polish; regular 75c; at Tire Covers F ut Oil Testers; regular at PA- DUC Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. fVlRVTHINQ FOR THB AUTO BREAD is THE CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD The Big White Loaf Auund By Using PRIDE OF ALBERTA on MOTHERS'. FAVORITE TAYLOR MILLING ELEVATOR CO. MODEL BAKERY Quality iBread "Best by Test" MODEL BAKERY N. .1. Schweitzer, Prop. PHONE 1176. Births, Deaths, Funerals Dtatha, Fi-Mnl NMtoM of In Memortam. car- ried Ir. thli column at 10 onto per line, each InHrtlon. minimum GOc, pay In BORN Mr. and Mrs. J. McQllrary, River Bottom, at 942 12th St. S., on Sunday, January 30th, a daughter. ANNOUNCEMENTS Amateur Conteit Night Do yon dance, or play any musical instrument? Send your name to the Manager, King's Theatre. Good priiei jlren. 87S Mrs. Woods, Scalp Specialist and Medical Massage. Combines made up. Special halrdregsings, etc. Phone 1710 for appointments. The Indies Hairdressing Hull Block, ground floor. Dance, In the K. of P. hall, Wednes- day, February. Duucing from S to 1 o'clock. Good music. Gents ladies 25 cents. No. 1 Table Potatoes Good, dry mealy Potatoes when cooked are very nourishing and appetiz- ing. We have some that are as fine Potatoes as are grown in Southern Al- berta, and we can recommend them to cook up dry and mealy. You will like them when you see them. Price per Or TO Ibs. for............2Sc THE GOOD CO., LTD. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HIGH-CLASS GROCERS. LETHBRIDGE STORE. Special course in Sight class or individual instruction. parttoulars phone 363. Kennedy, 652 9ta St. Combination Cream onteel Keeps the Complexion delightfully smooth IDEAL AS A POWDER BASE You will like tht wonderful Oder of 26 flowers. J.D.HIGINBOTHAM CO., LIMITED nid Phones Alberta, VHE WKATflEK Vancouver 41 Edmonton 0 Medicine Hst 10 Regina...... 17 Winnipeg 16 Victoria 44 Calgary 40 -3 14 39 10 -10 23 Ciondy Clear Clear Cloudy Ciondy Cloudy Clear Clear Cloudy Cloudy Saskatoon 7 -10 Port Arthur 14 6 Ths weather the past hours has continued moderately cold with light snow falls in Manitoba and Saskat- chewan. Fair and cold in Alberta. Forecasts and cold. Wed- nesday fair and cold. Saskatchewan and and cold today and on Wednesday. CUT ANI> DISTRICT Caalhurat S. S. Concert The Coalhuret Presbyterian Sunday school will bold a concert and social i evening on February 8, commencing at 7 o'clock. Mr. F. MacDonald will be chalrmAB. The Lyetum Dance Arrangements have been made by the committee in charge of the Lyceum dance In the Masonic hall on Wednesday evening to take care of the big crowd which Is expected to i go to the dance alter the hockey match. Address of Welcome by Mayor Feature of After- noon Session a W. V. A.1 Dance A crowd which comfortably filled the auditorium of the G.W.V.A. Club danced last night under the auspices of the above club. ,.The dance waa held Monday Tuesday would be free for the C.P.R. Social and Athletic Club. The Blue Bird orchet- tra gave the music and the floor was exceptionally good. "Flies" had an- other big run. Alberta Salesmen Won The Alberta selling force of the DO" NOT MISS OUR BIG STOCK-TAKING SALE Hundreds of useful household articles at very low prices. EXTRA SPECIAL TOILET PAPER Four packages for THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. UNITED Sherlock US MEETINGS Sons of England All members, local or visiting, are requested to be present at the meeting in the I.O.O.F. hall tomorrow (Wed- .neisday) at 8 o'clock p.m. A special meeting of the entertain- Delco Light Company, won the loving ment. reception, refreshment and ad- cup and one thousand dollars In prizes vertisement committees o( the Slko- for leading the company's entire sales kotokl Chapter I.O.D.B., will be held force in a six months' contest. The j at 6 o'clock Wednesday evening In the Blacksmith of Alberta In Canadian division leads all other di- Y.M.C.A. A full attendance is re- sion to the K. P. hall this afternoon visions. Word to the above effect! quested as this meeting is very im. In their annual convention. Forty-two was received by the Roy Electric portant, and is to make final arrange- delegates were registered when the cjs 4th Ave. S., Lethbrldge. This flrnf .ments for the dance. opening session commenced this at- is an agent for the Delco Light. Re- ternoon. This figure includes a fra- ferring to this product; Guy Roy this ternal delegate from Regina and one i morning said this gives an instance from Nanaimo, B. C. that the of Alberta are iwak- Mayor W. D. L. Hardie, of Leth-jing up to the benefits ot up-to-date bridge waa scheduled to give them an comforts la their homes, address of welcome some: time this afternoon; Among the delegates from outside of Lethbridge are J. S. Berg, Cham- j pidn; J. Bursalsie, Blackie; George G., Ellis, Calgary; A. M. Tennant, Edmon- ton; Alei. Dawn, Edmonton; J. O. Strachan, Edmonton; A. P. Scott, Ed- monton; Jas.McCllne, Regina; I. J. Sanders, Coaldale; T. Paterson, Tab- er; B. Hummel, Champion; Prank Carpenters to Meet A meeting of the United Brother- hood of Carpenters and Joiners Union. No. S46 will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 1st, in the Labor Hall at 8 o'clock. All members are urgently requested to attend. Business important. Johnson. Brant; J. S. Robbie, Blackie; Robert Ball, Stettler; T. Ij. Elliott Olds; Chris' G. M. Drennan, Calgary; C. Ont of books la the library, N. L, U. Meeting The North Lethbridge United foot- bal! team will hold a general meet- ing Wednesday night in the basement of Westminster school. The meeting will open at 7.30 o'clock. Cotlhurst Meeting Next Sunday Rev. G. S. Hamilton of Coalhuret A Good Padlock Is a Real Protection From Thieves Our padlocks are so strongly -constructed that they insure secur- ity for your property will prevent prowlers from enter- ing your garage, barn, chicken 'houses, cel- lars, etc. You can get a suitable padlock here and one that you can depend on, yet.don't have to pay a big price for it. FOUND, IN OUR STORE, A SUM OF MONEY. JAN HAVE SAME BY PROVING PROPERTY. OWNER Consumers' Hardware Supply Coy Office, 1920 Jackson's Rose Cold Cream; Jackson's Vanishing Cold Cream A day and a night cream; an ideal toilet requisite. These creams contain nothing harmful and can be used as often as required without fear ot injury to the most delicate skin. 50 cents per jar. APE PROMPT WE ARE CAREFUL' These Specials Offered Wei Morning Princess Soap Flakes, per Ib.................30c P. and G.. White Naptha Soap, per cake.......lOc Liquid Veneer Mop, Curling D. R. 1112 6TH AVE. SOUTH. WILSON PHONE 657. PRESBYTERY NOW IN SESSION; HOME MISSION FIELD TO BE CARED FOR held with the convention of the M. S., and the business of the presbytery will conclude tomorrow. Rev. D. K Allan of Colemau is moderator. Twelve ministers and a number of elders are today attending the quar- terly meeting of the Macleod Presby- tery in Knoi church here. Business of the sessions commenced last night Home Mission board met pigs was cold for and reviewed their report. This re- port announced the dedication of the SOW WORTH HER WEIGHT IN COLD LAFAYETTE, Countess Third, a big Poland China, said to be the biggest' brood BOW In ths has been acid for f to a local purchaser. The aow'e spring Utter of announced the postponement of the 110. new church at Cardston on February were in circulation during the men's meeting called for last Sunday P Hnsey 'Tab- montn of January, with an average of' until Sunday, February 13, at 3.15 p.m. A T W Nobbs Per as compared with 140 per j "Citizenship and Comradeship" will Edmonton William Mur-jday in December. There were 154 u" ray, Edmonton; Alex. nPW1 subscribers during the month, Crossfield; F. P. Hearns, Nanaimo, a total ot 2'555- C.; J. Whitefield, Lloydminster; J.! An of salary, making it Wotherspoon, Vermilion; S. F. Scott, a year- was Siren Miss Bletcher, Medicine Hat; .Taa.-Proctor, Calgary; jthe librarian, at a meeting of the Fred McJeffrey, Tofleld; A. J. Loggett, i held ln Mayor's office Calgary I Qn Tuesday morning. This waa agreed to on the assurance of Mr. Nelson, tho chairman of tha committee, that pen npr-AMTTiTinu rniwr the expenses for the .library for 1822, RED ORGANIZATION GOING fflth me operation of the HAMILTON, Jan. disquiet-; new building which it is hoped will be ing Information that a radical body' erected by that time, will not exceed known as the International Soldiers'; a year. HAMILTON FINOS NEW por and Workers' association, which aim-1 MACKAY PARLORS 803 Third Avenue 1802 I REDUCE PERSONNEL OF U. S. A. NAVY TO Are You Insured? There's an old saying which goes something lika this: "You don't miss tile water until tha well runs dry." How applicable thlo la to Firs Insurance. You. don't appreciate the value of such Insurance until your buildings burn down. Par- ticularly is this true in the eront everything you poeaesa in this well-known world Ifl contained within their walla. Why risk your all when tor ftow dollars you can shift the burden of responsibility to our strong companiaa? Why delay? Tomorrow you may be "out of luck." Let u.i talk it over. Edgett Agencies Limited, oril Block Mrs .T Russell eatablish a form of soviet nile S 43-2 I'n Canada has been organized and op- erating here for more than two weeks leaked out this morning. An official who resigned from the body's execu- tive on Saturday declared that in two weeks the association had obtained a membership of nearly 300. Its alms include distribution of foodstuffs for the unemployed, a just share for the WASHINGTON, Jan. of the enlisted personnel of the Unit- ed States navy to a maximum of 000 men as compared with a possible maximum of IB provided for I workers of all profits by em in the naval appropriation bill to be i demand that employers be reported to the -house tomorrow. I compelled to provide work for ajl and in case they refused, the factories be taken and operated by the workers. KEEP YOUR EYE OPEN FOR "EYING PAf SHE'S GOT'EM ALL UP IN THE AIR WAR VETERANS TO GET FROM ALBERTA GOVERNMENT EDMONTON, Feb. emer- gency grant of Is to be given at once to the provincial command of the Great War Vet- erans by the Alberta government for the purpose "of meeting the unemployment situation now talning Ir. the province amjong soldiers. be the subject, Boy Scouts All of No. 4 Troop who have tickets and money from the sale of At this morning's of the Presbytery the home mission report waa received and the field work re- viewed. It waa decided to make ap- plication I'or a number of students to conduct field work in this presbytery! during the coming "summer. If the! necessary arrangements can be made i Rev. A. C. Bryan of Taber will con-! i unu munby irom mo BUIB ot i j >.uu UVi for the Black and White Pier- nev- A- c- Bryan of Taber will con- ow, will please hand same over j duct services in Waterton" for rot sho to Mr. Kelly at St. Augustta's Club Room, 4th Ave., 12th streets, on from 7 to 8. between llth and Wednesday night Boy Scouts Notice All scouts and officers (in uniform) and representatives are requested to attend a meeting to be held at the Y.M.C.A. on Wednesday, Feb. 2nd, 1921, at 7.30 p.m., for the purpose of presenting the prizes donated by Chief Hardy and Dr. R. E. C. Thomson, and won by the first aid teams. Also warrants of appointments will be pre- sented to the following officers In the above association: F. J. Colpman, scoutmaster, No. 4 Troop; D. Ursen- back, scoutmaster, No. 1 Troop; W. J. j Mullin, NOJ 7 Troop; F.' A. Brlggs, J. Cranney, assistant scoutmaster, No. 7 Troop; C. Dunn, assistant scoutmaster, No. 1 H. Booth, Asst, Commr. two months next summer. For thev past two years Rev. John Kennedy of Macleod has had charge of this i work. Tonight a joint session will be KEEP YOUR EYE OPEN FOR "FLYING PAF SHE'S GOT'EM ALL UP IN THE AIR CHAIRS GOOD SERVICE Waitbrook Broi. 6th St Opp. Bank of MontnaL "OUR BEST" FLOUR This is a name that must be kept up and to do this we select the best- wheat, and use the most modern equipment to be had. For Quality, Flavor, and Volume, see that you get "OUR BEST." SOLD BY ALL LEADING MERCHANTS Ellison Milling Elevator Company, Ltd. HEDLEY'S LIQUID CORN Rl FOR THE REMOVAL OF CORNS, BUNIONS, WARTS, AND CALLOUS. IT CONTAINS COLLODION, CASTOR OIL, SALICYLIC ACID, LACTIC ACID AND INDIAN HEMP. IT IS VERY EFFECTIVE AND EASY TO USE. Price 35 cento, at f BANK HEDLEY DRUG GO, PHONE 772. PRESCRIPTION LOOSE LEAF LEDGERS Many and EVERALL'S LIMITED STATIONER! AND PRINTERS THIRD AVENUE ;