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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EDiSON AS3INM80IA MUSIC CO., tTD. llt> itui'n LETHBMDGE DAILY HERALD KNAPHAN PLUMBING AMD HEATING CO. FWh AVWMMT S. HELP KEEP FLU OUT OF THIS CITY Prevention !s always better thau cure. Stock up no-v on Cough and Cold Remedies. Gargles and Sprays for tiio throat and nose. sell everything lu Cough and Cold Remedies, Jor the throat, lungs and nose. Uct a complete little oultll. let us select it, wo know tow. KENNY ALLiN Co., Ltd. iTQRl PholM Nixt Dallta HtUi CHEVROLET "FOUR-NINETY" ROADSTER 5iuii.y-.ju electric lights and starter, highest type two-unit svstcm single wiring used. Complete lamp equipment, mohair tailored one-man (op, top cyrer rjid side curtains; tilted windshield; speed- ometer; electric horn; oitra rim nni carrier on rear; complete tool equipment, including pump and Jack. Price f.o.b; In measuring tho value of the Chevrolet "Four-Ninety" Roadster from a standpoint of saving serrico. Its real worth Is revealed. It has strength for all needs. It liajj power ample for all occasions and emergencies. Its roomy body has comfortable seating capacity for all business and family requirements; In'.its'entirely it represents a high standard of motor car efficiency. p Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. I SEVENTH OF POST OFFICE Everything Fresh and Clean SUCH REMARKS ARE OVERHEARD TIME AND AGAIN BY PEOPLE WALING HERE. NOT ONLY DO YOU BENEFIT IN LOWER AND ALL ROUND PRICES BY DEALING HERE UNDER OUR CASH SYSTEM WITH A SMALL CHARGE FOR OELIVERtNO. BUT YOU ALWAYS OET GOODS FRESH AND CLEAN. FACTS WORTH CONSIDERING. OUR FEBRUARY CATALOGUE IS FREE FOR THE ASKING. A FEW SATURDAY SPECIALS FINEST DAIRY BUTTER, for table UK, Ib. STRICTLY NEW LAID EGGS, per dozen.. (Do No. CANDLED 60c heads, per Ib. 05o for 25c Pa r H-75 Swift's, Gem Nut Premium or H. A. brands, per DILL dozen 25c FINEST ONTARIO Ib. We dozen 35o-- NAVAL dozen 45c, 55c, tie ONTARIO PURE WHITE CLOVER 5 paili, eachi....................... 10 Ib. GOODWILLIES' PURE STRAWBERRY Per tin PURE RASPBERRY OR BLACK CURRANT, tin...................... SI .20 GOODWILLIES' PURE PEACH, PLUM OR BUR- BANK, per 11.10 CLIMAX quality, ptr tin Kc FRESH Coaat Seiled solid kind. Imperial Half pints, We; S1.55 THE GOOD CO- LTD. MM four-piece orchestra will furnish the music. Gents tl.W, ladies free. 47-3 Don't forget thnt the Coaldale base- ball girls arc giving a Leap Year- Valenlino dance on Friday, Feb. iStli. Good music, good lunch, and heaps of fun assured. Girls, sbow Ihe world what good snorts you are uy bringing as many boys as you can. Admission: Ladles gents without partner, 25c. Wesley church, Sunday .evening. February Sth, Leslie Grossmith will give an address on !MusIc. The bridge and rmtsicalc tomorrow afternoon in the'KmEhts of Pylliias I hall given by the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter. I.O.D.E.. promises to be a .great'.success. Attractive prizes have been donated for ths bridge. Those 1 who are playing please bring along a i pack of cards ior. their- own table.1 Plenty of tallies will be available for i those who have not already reserved i them. Dridge.from 2.30" to 4.30.. .TEH and imisicale, .to 6.. Admission 50 cents. ANNOUNCEMENTS Fire insurance In canaaian, Ameri- can'and BrilUh standard companies. We-would appreciate any business in tiii line. Dowsley Agency. leaf and ooand booss, synop- ties, diaries, calendar stands, etc. KTerall Franks, ,3rd Ave. S. .'Leslie, Grossmith, famous English humorist entertainer, Fehruary 10th, We-ley church. Tickets from choir, >i.OO. W; commenced denial practice !n his new offices, BaHe 3, Oliver Block. French orgsndlo writing paper, eav I with your Initial free. All slzor pencils, fountain pens, Rversharp pen- cits, etc. .Everall fe Franks, 3rd Ave. South., A Scotch dance'will.be held in Burg-, mann's hall on Friday, Feb. 6th. Danc- ing from 9 till 2.' Gents Jl.OO, ladies The A. T. P. A.'s box social" and dance promises to ho one of success and pleasnre'. The Veterans' Orches- tra Is to be ih attendance. A limited numher of tickets are on sale and can'be procured from'any member of the A. Y. P. 'A. A special invitation is given to''the'congregation of our and TVQ fcope to seo a good number present. Don't forget the ffanco in K. o[ V. hall on Saturday, February 7th. Dane- of. "envelopes, tags au4 labels, ink ing from 0 to 12. North Leihbriilgo iA. dance will ho held In Biirgmanil's hall, 13th St. N'.. every Saturday. Four- orchestra in attendance. Danc- ing i'rom S to 12 p.m. Gents Ladies free. !l. Burgmann in charge. "You'd'Be songl. bv Billy satu. Victor No. 216077. .Willis Piano Store, 707 3rd Ave. S. Hear I-esllo Grorsralth at Wesley church Sunday evening, Feb. S. 48-2 Don't (orget the Dig lialft No. S miue, Friday, Feb. Oth. Dancing from' i> lo 12 o'cloclt. Gents 51.00, ladies free. ALL HotMer THE WEATHER Open Till 9 O'Clock TONIGHT The frank Hedley Drug Co, 47 40 35- 32 40 ID Nelson ?3dmonton f Calgary ,B1. 1 4G I Mooie Jaw 41 Saskaioon 25 f Winnipeg 32 15'ort Arthur 30 Tho weather continued fair and! i mild in the whole west. 1 Forecast Manitoba and Fair nnd comparatively mild, today and on Saturday. and mild today and on Saturday. 18 30 8 4 12 24 Rain Cloudy Clear Fair Fair Clear Fair Cloud Cloud A good Hot Water llotUe is an everyday necessity in every' home. Useful for jCbllls, Cramps, Toothache, Nehralgia; Cold Feel, etc." :i All Hot Water'Bottles we sell are guaranteed: Get one now'at a big saving in cost.. RED CROSS DRUG t BOOK eo., LTD: Phona SH Mwlnk Bldf. CITY AM) DISTRICT On Inspection Tour Collin MacKlatosh, ot the C. P. H., is on a business irij to Dim- mere. Supt Bryan Here. 'V, Supl. Bryan of the A. P. P., -nit in the city on Thursday, on an laspec lion trip, and left by motor for Mac- leo'd ou tho same errand. A Warning The general public should beware of men calling on individuals, and making it their business to sell glass es'for eyea by imposing on the cred- of purchasers and getting nricea for the same far above the actual val uq of the goods supplies. The Heralc has been informed' that in a case o1 .this, kind the sum of was pak pair of glasses 'which could be obtained, in 4he city for Philharmonic Society Meeting Sunday A meeting of those csted in tha PhHharaqrnc Societj movement will be held at two o'clock afternoon At the Golonla All present members' are requested .to attend promptly, ai.d an .invitation Is citizen' lo take- an interest In tne 'Society. AJI orchestral rehearsal wi! follow; the meeting.'it is expected that1 the'next Philharmonic. Concert VIII be given on Sunday, February lath. .Chief ot Police Joe Giiiesple has sig- nified his willingness to serve hon- orary president, of the organization. cook -iras hirlox 4ay !orf, aad ahe came down. i very atyllah frock. the lady of admirintly, "what a nice It wouM be hard to distinguish the mfotmi from the' cook." "Don't you worn-, replied Jlary. "The cooMnj would tell." Thl> coofctni itory reminds us to tell you that Our Cooking Utensil Department Is Sure TV Please A erery' woman wh'o appreclatea handy articiec for the Utchen. Bloat.'any.bno can prepare dainty, well 'cookeu difthei are supplied with right cooking needs., make a specialty ot ing qttillty gradei both aluminum and PHONM 1t12 an! 11.1 OfftM IMg KEYSTONE COLLIERIES 1 Office: Ryland Block, Phone 7M I FIRST; CLASS I LUMP NUT STOVE I At Lowest Current Prites. Give I Us a Trial NOTICE Green Adams Rear'of Herald Office Hone Hides AD Hides, Pete and Fnrs bought at Top Market Price. Reference: Standard Bank ol CaTiMa. PHONES.- Office 1SSC 2S-0 THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR TRIANGLE DIED N the city on February Ctli, at the residence, ISO? 4lh Ave. S., Marie Theresa, aged 20, beloved wife ot Dr. L. "A. Hoy. Funeral will take place from the family, residence on Monday at 10 a.m. and proceed lo St'. Patrick's church where mass will be sung by Rov. Father McCaffery. In- terment will lake placo In St. .Pat- rick's cemetery. Gait Iiospllal on Fri- day. Feb. 6tn, of Influenza, Rosetta Knellne, "beloved wife of John Sosnoskl of Wilson Siding, aged 30 year's. The remains will be laid to rest from Fep terly's Undertaking Parlors on Feb- ruary 8lh ill 2 o'clock to Patrick's church, where services con- ducted by Hev. Father McCaffery. In- terment in St. J'atripk's Pflee Cured In-6 to 14 Days i refund' money it PAXO OINTMENT'falls to1 'cure Itching, HHnd, lllcedlng or Protruding Tiles. Slops Irritalfon; Soothes and Heals You can get restful.slcop nttdr the first application. Price COc. Food (Wiaston, Leicester) For Infants Invalids. Notice to Our Customers Wo would ask tho kind co-operation of our cnstomcra in return- ing lo our drivers all plain bottles In tltolr posaesslon. Wo would appreciate this action on the part of our customers as wo do net dcslra to li.ave to charge for osir bottles. All plain bottles in Loth- brldgo belong to us nnd with tho co-operation ol our wo hono to bo able at all times lo give our cusloniora a supply of pnro rich, pasteurized mill; in SotUe: at !hs beat possible prfcu, is until further advised, 15c per rjuarl delivered. Truly youre, Chief Mountain Creamery Ltd. PHONE 1929 Medium aadT Hospital Sizes, (JUST ARRIVED) J.D.H1G1NBOTHAM CO., LIMITED and Retail Chemists Alberta's Pioneer The Store Phones 1615 tint 322 Funeral Buchanan The. Mrs. TVm. Buchanan was held on Friday'after- noon at 1.30 from the residence of her son, A, Buchanan, Wesley 'church, where services were conduct- ed by the pastor, Rev. C. E. Cragg. The, pall bearers were Rev. B. J. Hrti- glns, Rev. M. B. Wiggins, Rev. H. Bdsomworth, ilev. S. Pike, Kev. D. H. Telfer, all Methodist ministers and Rev.' Capt, A. H. minister of Knox Presbyterian church. The floral tributes were many and beautiful. The' church was .filled by friends to pay their last res'pecls to the depart- ed.' The remains were taken east this afternoon by the. husband, Rev- Wm. Buchanan and W. -A.''Buchanan, M. P., and Interment will lie made at Millhrook, pnl. 'Labor Party Meeting Tho Dominion Labor Party hold _ llieir' regular meeting in Iho Labor i Temple on Thurs'day evening. Constd- e'rable business was transacted. The -question of forming.- a- Co-operalive Society came up for discussion when it was decided that the propaganda committee'be Instructed lo collect a's 'mlich data pertaining thereto as poss ible and report at the neit meeting wjien the advisability of forming such a society will be The sec rotary was also instructed lo write to certain speakers with a( view to hav ing'them come to I.ethbriclgc and'ad dress meellngs upon the movement. A very Interesting lecture was given b> CX' II. Kingdom, his snbjcct being duslrlal vs Political Action." Tho dls ciisslon which followed of a yery Instructive nature and enjoyed b) all present. For Chest Colds, Head Coldi, Grip, Influenza and Pneumonia A few external of OROVJJS 0 PBX-THATB 8ALVR will bo found very opens the pores ami penelrafes the skin. Its .Stimulating and Healing Bffecl is very comforting. Prfce 35fe per box. If your dniggist hasn't any send'35c In postage slamps to Paris Medicine Co., 1S3 Spadina Toronto, and a full-size bos will be mailed lo you promptly. For Colds, Grip or Influenza and as a Prevenlallve, take vB unojio 'QUININE TABLETS Lool: for K. W. GROVE'S signature on the bo.v, 30c. Scout Notice 2 Lctlibridgo Wolf