Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
V IDISON PHONOGRAPHS NORDHCIMEft PIANOS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical" 315 6th Str-si, South, Phone 1M6, LETHBRIDGE 0AILY HERALD IT COSTS LESS TO EAT .t tk. COMMERCIAL CAFE QUALITY -------FKICM DOWN -mill ALMOND and CUCUIBER This is a soothing and healing lotion for beauti- fying the complexion and is free from the objec- tions that apply to many other face preparations. Ladles having a delicate, seniitivo skin will tppreciato the won- derfully soothing qualities ot Almond and Cucumber cream. It Is especially recommended for dry, chaiipod. or bruised skin, and gives immediate relief frwm the "sting" and re- storing the natural color. It is quickly leaving the skin Bolt and smooth. The Stokes Drug Ltd DRUGGISTS AND NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE WE ARE. SELLING OUT-- OUR HOOD COVERS AT COST PRICE AJeo some 31 x 4 Diamond Spark 1'lugs; H; regular soc, at...... Kleiuall Auto Cody Polish; regnlmr at Tire Covers p, ut............. Oil Testers; regular Jl.OO. at.............. And 32 x 3lfe Dia- mond Tires at Double cylinder brass pumps. Regular A A At 50c 50c A up 50c Baalim Motor FOR THK AUTO SWEET JUICY LUSCIOUS ORANGES Over of them, consisting of a shipment of some of the finest CALIFORNIA NAVALS that we have had this season. 20 cases each of 252s ;md 288s and 10 cases of 324s. Just the size that suits most people. EXTRA SPECIAL Auwrted Per doien .................30c Per 5 Per BUY THEM BY THE CASE OR HALF CASE. YOUR CHILDREN SOME KIND, AND WHAT CAN YOU GET THAT ISBETTER OR CHEAPER? THE GOOD CO., LTD. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HIGH-CLASS GROCERS. LETHBRIDGE STORE. THE BREAD is CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD Ik Big White Loaf It Aiturtd By Uting PRIDE OF ALBERTA OR MOTHERS' FAVORITE TAYLOR MILLING ELEVATOR CO. Open Until 9 lock Tonight J.D.HIGINBOTHAM t CO., LIMITED Rttill Jtort Lethbridg., Albtrtl, o'c VHE WEATflEK 2S 7 4 Clear Cloudy Clear Cloudy Clear Snov Snow Cloudy Clear Vancouver........ 45 35 Edmonton........ 22 15 Calgary 44 IS Medicine Hat...... 38 28 Lethbridze........ 40 Hegina 10 Saskatoon........ 13 Winnipeg 4 Port Arthur....... IS The weather the past hours bas [.continued moderately cold in Mani- I toba, milder with light snow in Sas- katchewaa, cloudy and mild in Alberta, Forecast with. light snow Jails tonight and on Friday. Saskatchewan Light snowfalls, higher temperature. lair and mild in southern portion. CITY AND DISTRICT Hockey Club Thanks The Hockey Club wishes, to thank Snpt. Pennefathcr ot the R.C.M.P., and Chief GHleiple, oC the city police for the- assistance rendered by their forces last night in helping to handle the monster crowd at the hockey match; also Mr. George Stacey of the Stacey Lumber Co. for lumber don- ated for accommodation purposes. MODEL BAKERY Quality Bread "Best by Test" MODEL BAKERY N. J. Schweitzer, Prop. PHONE 1175. PRESCRIPTIONS Accurately with the purest and best drugs money can buy. AT THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE w. H. MCCAFFREY 414 13th St N. Phone 445.. Open until 9 o'clock. ruary 4th at 8.1B. Good ,prizes and dainty refreshments. S93 It has been ascertained that ths New Minister, who arrives at the Un- ited Church on Friday, the ISth, is the Rev. Homer Alexander Brown. 894 Bill Estreated In the city police cou.l on Thurs- day morning, Harry T, SttfBe, who was remanded on cash bail ot to come up at the adjourned date to answer the charge preferred against him of Hying on proceeds of pro- stitution, failed to appear. The ball was ordered estreated to the Crown. Happy Jim'i Meeting At the Salvation ;_4irray Citadel to- night eti 8 p.m., HajipfJim Millar and STOCK-TAKING SALE STOLON Thousands of useful and or- namental articles on sale at prices lower tlaa any pro-war values. China Cut Claw Grecian Ware BraMware Dolls AIL AT 40 PER CENT. DISCOUNT THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. LIMITED Sherlock US NEED A GOOD SCREW DRIVER? Whether you are a mechanic, a carpenter, or just a "handy man" at home, you'll find just the kind of a screw driv- er you like best in the assortment here. These, tools are built for serv- ice the blades art tough, yet springy, and it's impossible for them to turn in the handle. Any size you want, and at the right price. We have the best tools money can buy, and our prices are within your reach. Consumers' Hardware Supply Co y Business Office, 1920 WAS SECOND OLDEST CHURCH IN ALBERTA The Holy trinity Society will hold another of their (lances in St. Basil's Hall on Monday, February 7th. Danc- ing from 9 to 2. Good music add freshments provided. .Genta ladies 35 cents. Sergeant Proctor vlll conduct the meuting. Come iu crowds, and hear gtitutton'inThii this wonderful trophy of grace. SB- stltution in th" lected music and songs will be rend- ered and all are heartily welcome. Alberta Lodge No. 735 B. of L. F. and E., will hold their fifth annual dance on Thursday evening, February 10th in the Masonic Hall. Dancing from 9 a.m. till 3 a.m. For informa- tion regarding invitations, phone 1882 or 117S. Out of town friends please write or phone E. A. Welsh, Box 483 city. Phone 14SS. 860 A.O.F. Meeting Court Unity, A. O. F., will meet in Burgnian's Hall tomorrow (Friday) at 8 o'clock. Business: General and MEETINGS K, of P. Tonight P. E. I. PROFESSORS ON STRiKE FOR MORE PAY CHAKLOTTETOWN, P. E. I., Feb. EDMONTON, Feb. was re- sponsible recently for tho destruction of the second oldest ecclesiastical in- part of the province iwheu the forty-year-old Catholic church at St. Albert was destroyed. The church, which was th9 cathed- ral for many years, was one of the historical landmarkasot the Edmonton district. It was built by the priests and reverend brothers entirely. Some of ths finest paintings and carvings that could .be seen, any where were in this old church..For a long .time it served the needs of the Catholic people of the whole district The paintings aroui the church and around the altar were particular- ly beautiful and the two angels, one 3.-Three members of the faculty of eacn ot are Prince Edward Island College, failed e1ual anything, m the churches ot to report for duty yesterday because' .o.1? wtre fhe their demands tor Increased salaries' Christian brothers who, coming from STEADFASTNESS Steadfast as the towering mountain unshakable policy of Jackson's makes for unvarying quality. Our dispensing department enjoys the con- fidence of your physician. BRING YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS HERE APE PROMPT WE ARE CAREFUL" SPECIAL for FRIDAY at WILSOfTS B.C. Salmon, large 19e Prunes, fresh stock, 2 Ibs. for................2Sc No. 1 Siam Rice, 3 Ibs. for.............: .2Sc D. R. WILSON 1112 6TH AVt SOUTH. PHONE 657. MANY UNEMPLOYED IN COPENHAGEN COPENHAGEN, Pen. proces- sion of the unemployed, estimated to number carrying flags, left tho city hall square at 1 o'clock this ci" ternoon. .Marching toward the ment buildings' and tho king's pala; demanding work, the crowd was or derly. A joint meeting of Letlibridge Lodge have not been granted by the govern-iBrlttany' france Belgium, were, be, ment. Last September the whole staff them, master craftsmen. No. 2 and Myrtle Lodge No. 3. will !held tonight, when Grand Chancellor! went on strike. After the college I J. W. Sovey will make an official: closed a week, work was resumed and visit. The rank of Knight will be con- the government granted some increase ferred. All members reguested to be but did not meet tho full demands, present. Visitors welcome. I Teachers still on duty may also strike unless an understanding Is reached. The annual meeting of the Chinook! ___________------------ club will be held in the club rooms to-1 night, Thursday, at 8 o'clock sharp. MACKAY PARLORS ANNOUNCEMENTS Mrs. Woodi, Scalp Specialist and Medical Combings made up. Special hairdrassings, etc. Phone 1710 for appointments. Halrdresflinj Parlors, ground Boor. The Hull Ladies Block, Ladies! Come to the Illustrated Health talk at Wesley Hall on Satur- flay, February 6th at 3 'p.m. Learn 803 Third Avinue 1802 how to cure yourselves at home as many others have done, through the i n ._ i use of Yiavj." SS5 Are You Insured? There'e an old aaying which toes something like this: "You don't miss the water until tho well rune dry." Hovr applicable this1 is to FIro' You don't appreciate the vajue of such Insurance until yonr building! burn down. Par- ticularly is this truo in the event everything you possess In this well-known world is contained within their walls. Why risk your all when for a few dollars you can shift tha burden of responsibility tq our utrow; corawuiies? Why delay? Tomorrow you be "out of luck." .Let us talk it over. Edgett Agencies Limited, Black Letttbrfdge PHONE Insurance and Don't forget the Whist Drive given by the ladles of St. Patrick's church DEMANDS RELEASE OF FRENCH SOLDIERS BETTER INSURANCE i opportunities of disabled soldiers PARIS, Feb. obtain insurance, ha% been filed commanding French naval forces in the headquarters by Major Cbas. Pow- tho Near East has sent an ultimatum er' member for Quebec South. FOR DISABLED VETS OTTAWA, Feb. resolution which has for its object increasing the The British, the message said, auffer- A GOOD IDEA to the Turkish Nationalist JIL-JU. at Angora demanding the Immediate .J A release of French soldiers captured by the Nationalists in recent engage- ments, says a Constantinople dispatch to the Matin. He has threatened to bombard localities occupied by Nat- lonalist forces If his demands are not met. I.% HONORS FOR EERNHARDT PARIS. Feb. of Sar- ah Bernhardt, the famous actress ill the old dumb, corner 1st Ave and: and Pnrpentoer, the famous StU St. south, on Friday evening, Fell- to officers of the Legion of REOINA. Feb.' A strong recommendation that transfer of grazing leases be carried on in the future in such a manner as to permit organized com- munities to have first chance to utilize the grazing facilities lias been sent to tho Commis- sioner of Dominion Lands, Ot- tawa, hy the Saskatchewan of Agriculture. Honor, was announced in the official journal. A A BRITISH OUTPOST REPWLSES ATTACK BY BOLSHEVISTS LONDOM, Feb. British out- post in Northwest Persia was attacked last Sunday by a Bolshevik detach- ment which .was repulsed with heavy losses, according to a telegram from Tehran today. The British counter- attacked, killing 12 of the Bolshevik and capturing 27 of the remainder. to.ed no casualties, in MONTREAL NEWSPAPERS LANDLORDS MAKING BIG MONEY; GIVE STATISTICS MONTREAL, Newspapers here today are publishing statistics showing the huge profits landlords are now making by raising rents, In many. cases over a hundred per cent., know- Ing full well-that if their present ten- ants cannot afford to stay, there are many people, .who, owing to the house shortage, are only., too, glad to obtain a home at any. A prominsnt Montreal newspaper gives a long Hat A of cases where landlords have ra'ised their tenants' rent from beloiv 550 to over Attempts made to form A tenants' associations have not got very far because the money required to con- struct houses is not forthcoming. NOTICE TO THE WOMEN OF LETH- BRIDGE WATCH YOUR HUSBANDS CLOSELY! "THE HUSBAND HUNTER" IS COMING TO LETH- BRIDGE FRIDAY AND SAT- URDAY. 4 CHAIRS GOOD SERVICE Bros. 6th St. Opp. Sink of Montreal. "OUR BESF 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 SOLD BY ALL LEADING MERCHANTS Ellison Milling Elevator Company, Ltd. One Dollar Specials See our windows for a greater assortment than named below. 1 H> Writing Paper and 50 Envelopes; regular Long handle Cloth Brush; regular for.. Eleven Bristle Cloth Brushes; 2 for for.. Wall or Stand Mirrors; 2 for for..... Good Throat Atomizers; 2 for Hair Brushes, black bristle; for Air Cushions; Hair Brushes; worth 65c each; 3 English rubber cushion Hair Iron and Wine, large Palm Olive Soap; 10 cakes Hot Water Bottle special Bath Brushes, adjustable handles; for, Razor Strops; to for......'... Harris Hair Papeteries; to value; for......... 2 Toothbrushes, 1 Paste, 1 Holder; for. STOCK-TAKING HAS REVEALED MANY BARGAINS THAT YOU SHOULD TAKE ADVANTAGE OF. THE FRANK HEDLEY DRUG CO. PHONE 772. PRESCRIPTION LOOSE LI AF LEDGERS Many and Price, at EVERALL'S LIMITED AND PRINTERS THIRD AVENUE tOUfH.