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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta NOROHtlMZH ASSWIWMA MUSIC CO., LTD LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD KNAnUNFUMHNG AND HEATMG CO. Fifth Take the Grip Out of GRIPPE Don't let grippe get too hard a grip on your system. Grippe is tho result of a simple cold and may easily lead, into the uioro dangerous influenza. 'Our LAXATIVE COLD BREAKERS are designed to Combat grippo as well as simple colds, and. R3 n matter ot fact, If taken in Units will atop a cold before it has a chance to mu into something more dangerous. An excellent remedy to havo on hand.- -It has all -the notion of qalnino the deleterious effects on your head or tyslem and with slight action ou tba bowels to remove cold gerait) from your system, nt the sams time aldjng constipation. A. pretty good remedy to know, aud knowing It you use K. Vae.U aud. you wIU bo satisfied irlih the results. The KENNY ALLIN Co., Ltd THf PENtLAR STOMI Oallu SAVING MONEY REGULaARLY And putting It Into of though the amount la amall time, that eventually you will have a nice tidy turn. Our Ciah Syitcm a amall charge la for deliv- ering enables you to iave money regularly git your Grocery purehawa.' AJI unnecessary have been tlimlnited with tyatem and that lower prices all roind for goods. Get our latest catalogue for of prlcca. The quality of our geeds Ii uitdltputerf. THE GOOD CO., LTD. CHEVROLET "FOUR-NINETY" ROADSTER Equipped with electric lights and atarter, highest tyna two-unit system, single wiring used. Complete lamp equipment, mohair tailored one-man top, top .corer and side curtains; tilted windshield; speed- ometer; electric boru; eitra rlin and. carrier on rear; complete tool equipment Including pump aiiu Jack. Price f.o.b. Osliawa, OnL In measurine the value of the Chevrolet "Fpur-Niuety" Roadster from a standpoint of savlnE serrice. Us real TrorUi is revealed. It has strength for all needs. It has power ample for all occasions and emergencies. Its roomy body has comfortable 'sealing capacity for all business and. family requirements. In its entirety It represents a high standard of motor car efficiency. Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. SEVENTH OF POST OFFICE ANNOUNCEMENTS Fire insurance in cauaaian. Ameri- can and lirltl-h standard companies. We would'appreciate any business in this Hue. Dowsk-y Land Agency. --------------11-0 txiose Isat and uoand booKS, synop- tics, diaries, calendar stands, etc. Everal! Franks; 3rd Avb. 5. Leslie Grossmith, famous English lumorist entertainer, February 10th, "iVesley church. Tickets from choir. 0. 2S-i3 Dr. P. W. Rlcbarfo has commenced a dental practice lu his new offices, Sulle 3, Oliver Block. French organdie writing paper, en> bossed with your Initial (res. All ot envelopes, ings .aud labels, ink pencils, fountain pens. Eversharp pen cils, etc. Overall A Franks, 3rd South. -v Attention, C. P. R. Employees! The official opening of the Canadian! Pacific Railway Co.'Social and Ath-1 letlc- Club will take tlie form ot social aud dance to bo held iu Ibe 1C. of P. liall on Tuesday evening, February 10th, at 8.30k. TLe committee in cbnrgo are leav- ing no stone unturned to make this event R memorable one aud are confi- dent that everyone will have a good time. All C. P. R. employees are cor- dially invited. Tlie function will be strictly in- formal. Admission 50 cents. Hlue- and Belt Line cars will leave hall at 2 a.m. All C. P. Ii. employees, whether memoers of the club or not, are cor- dially invited. It Is Easier to Prevent than to Cure Influenza Keep the" necessary remedied at hand and uae them at the tint sign of a cold, coiigU or NYAL'S LAXACOLD PENSLAR'COLD BREAKERS COUGHS MEETINGS Nlasoni Meet Tuetdjy Night A joint meeting of North Star No. 4, Lethbridge lodge 'No. 39, and Chanty Lodge No. 67 will be held In Durgmann's hall, North Lethbrldge, on Tuesday, February lOtt, ot 8 o'clock nrompt. All Masons' of the .city, are requested to attend. welcome. Visiting broth- tlce that: your meetings can be held as usual and transact the usual busi- ness.. Chief Otllespie. is with the movement heart-and soul. Z. N..SKOUSON, t District Commissioner. Dlad Helen Harrington .25 beloved wife of David B. Emeno, died at her home, Cannoneers Jazz Baud.give their usual ilouday night dance In tho K. of P. hall tonight. Dancing 9 to 2. 'Not in a Thousand Years" by Henry Burr; a haunting, melody in taut waHr lime. Victor Record, No. 2IC085. Willis Piano Store, 707 3rd THROAT LOZENGES CLINICAL THERMOMETER AM MO NI ATE D QUININE OPEN UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK TONIGHT RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO, LTD. oM IH THE WEATHER Vancouver Saskatoon Winnipeg .I.. Medicine Hat Port Arthur Edmonton 44 2S 32 28 28 34" 34 30 20 K .20 10 12 18 13 Cloudy Fair Cloudy Clear Cloudy Clear Fair Clear Cloudy Calgary 44 Lethbridge 31 i'The weather over Sunday hat con- tinued part cloudy aud mild with local snow in a few parts of Manitoba and Saskatchewan. F'orecait Manitoba and and moderately cold today and on Tuesday: today and on Tues- day; not much change 'n temperature. CITY AM) DgTMCT Skating Tonight Tiie skating rink is not In shape and there will be no.ckating tonight Carpenters to Organize A meeting of carpenters and joiners Trill beheld in the Labor Temple, Do- minion Block, entrance on 6th St., on Tuesday, Feb. 10, it 8 pta. for the purpose'of organizing a local union "VALENTINE SALAD" Rccetrr taklMpoootu! lemoa juice, 4 oou olive oil, 1 green 2 fai-nod pimenUi, >4 tea- paprika, J teaspoon teaipoon Micaf., tie green pepper, remove and item, then cut tine'. Mix the.dnfiinc veil and thicken wlt'i taring Die plnienta until 'the lut. A little chapped onion Is a good addition, and the drewlnc. the hear la of tuee clean and crjip and with drattac poured orer it; add- ing the cut In small hearts with CUTTER." This aalad-is especially -ittrac- tire and the ii different. v' HUE. Business in Household Hardware and Supplies Increases Monthly Maky Lethbridee ladles haro formed the habit of In, not necessarily billing. !AVe appreciate this, and extend to yom am tarna- tion to do'the same.; You, will be interested, and .trill not urged1 to MRS. STREET IN CHARGE OF THIS DEPAHTHENT Ave. S. The A. Y. P. Augustln's church Trill hold their box social and dance Tuesday evening at 8 o'cloplc la Harper's hall. A short musical pro- gram will be given. followed by rthe auction of Ijraes and a'dance, 'Admis- sion 10 cents hy ticket, a.limited num- ber of. which are on sale by members. All "ladies are: requested to' .hring Notice to Boy Scout AH officers are hereby requested to meet Tuesday, Feb. 17th, at. p.m. Place of meeting will be announced later. To those who are meeting that cither dismiss the boys or place 'svfieone else in charge other than the scoutmaster or assistant scout- master as I would'llko both at the meeting. Z. N. District Commissioner. Notice to No. 1 Meeting will ho held In the usual jJace for Troop No. 1. Take, notice, Scouts, and he there at 7.30 .p.m. Z. N. SKOUSON. 1106 7th Are. 'S., Saturday evening. toles witll luncU (or two The funeral .will take place tomorrow witn namo o[ owner piajnly wriUeil ln. afternoon atJ.30, o'clock from St. Gyp-1 church, Canon Murrell-Wrfeht officiating.' Funeral arrangements un. .Boy Scout Notice lie S.30 movement. In a conversa- tion the wrltec had with Chief Gilles pie, 1 Tras Informed that this ruling will not apply to Boy Scoots it they ftre-on duly.or hive been to a meeting and on their ivay'home.-' So take no der McKay Belt's direction. Inter- ment to take place in St. cemetery. Augus tin's Born To Mr. and Mrs. W. Ait- ken, 2107 1st Ave. N., on Saturday, Feb. 7th, a daughter. 50 1 Card of Thanks The United church choir wish to thank all tliose who assisted in mak- ing (ho cantata, "Esther, the Beautiful such a decided also tho Willis rianb Co. for use ol piano. For Colds, Grip or Influenza and as PrerentaUve, laxo TjAXA- TJVB BROMO QUININE TABLETS. Look for B. W. GROVETS signature- on the hot 30c. NURSE ATTENDANTS ARE NEEDED MOST VAXCOUVEU, B. .C., Feb. 1 look out oVcr this vast country and see the, loneliness of the in rural tiistricts I wonder who Is wanted graduate nurse or the'nurse who will help with family duties It seems as it It is the latter." In these words 'Mrs, Kannlugton, superintendent of the Victorian Order of Xurses in Canada, at a jneotiNK of tho Vancouver branch, enlisted the sympathy of her audience in the ob- jects ot the order. Mrs. Ilannlngton reminded her hearers .that being graduate nurse herself, she was free la speak, on the. subject. THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR TRIANGLE COTTON MIUL WORKERS CALL OFF STRIKE India, Feb. cotton mill strike Tvhtch has been in progress for some time, is completely at an end Work In many mills was resumed Insl and today all the mills of the dislrlct arc in operation. Notice to Our Customers Wo would ask tho kind co-operation of our customers in return- Ing to our drivers oil plain bottles In'lholr possession. Wo wouirt appreciate this action on tho part ot our customers as wo do not desire, lo hayo to charge for our bottles. All plain bottles In bridge belong to us ?ad with tho co-operation.of our customers we hopa to ho able at all times to giro our customers a supply of pure rich, pasteurized milk In sftnliary bottles at (he best possible price, Is unlll further advised, 15c per quart delivered, Truly yours, Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. 1 PHONE SCHOONER ABANDONED YORK, Feb. 9.-T-Tho British steatier Persian Prince, 26 days out from Liverpool, arrived hero.today with the six members of thft crew of tho now three-masted schooner Monchy, rescued January 23 from their sinking oraft In mid- ocenn where sho was abatfilon- ed. It was the Monchy's maiden voyage. Cure for Influenza is a remedT for the influenza which should prove ot interest just at this time. Ingredients: Pure Cal- vert's No. 1 (prepared forlntern- al 24.drops in an S bz'. bot- ilo of water, jrell.miied. Dose: Twp tablespoonfuU? in glass, of water three times in Sljiours. Children, half the dose willr: enough tt> prevent; three, doses to cure. The- doso tov preyent should not be taken till the sym- ptoma of. chill, pains, then one doae.will.prevent it jr.. loss than half .an hour. This, re- cipe camo: originally- from 'a.'. physician in the West irho used .it as a remfidy in: malarial anil other fevers.' Tt came into iny possession from the Kev. A.-.G. Blwards, vibir bf: St. Stephen's, Nbrbury, W. Croy-; don, TSngland... To.my knowledge it hag bsen used inr scores of cases of InflueiTza, 'without 'n single Brrike, Victoria, B.'O.' The Phenol referred to-in.the' foregoing is prepared by Tlie Century old.House of Calreri in England. Their preparations, which are of the highest order, have practically disappeared from the Canadian market.- We wish ta. call attention to both iihysiclaiis and laymen that we arc the fortunate possessors of a stock of .Calvert's No. t Phenol which Is tho exclusive internal preparation. J.D.HIGINBOTHAM CO., LIMITED Wholesale and Retail'Chemlita Alberta's Pioneer OBITUARY HELEN HARRINGTON EMENO Mrs. David B. Emeno died at the family residence, 1106 7th Ave. south, on Saturday evening after a lingering Illness, at the age of 25 years and four months. She leaves to mourn her de- parture a. sorrowing husband and two 'aons.'" Hr. and Mrs. Emeno "came to .the city from Carfston, In June 1919 since-whlch time Mrs. Emeno has been -indisposed' the 'greater part of the time'. moNit wit PLANE REACHES SOLLUM LONDON, Feh. South Af- rican airplane: which left here las! week for has reached Sol; lurn, North Africa, having landed there on Saturday, according to'advlces re- celTed-.herci FOCH TO ADVISE POLES HOW TO FIGHT BOLSHIES WARSAW, decis Ion has that Marsha Foch, com'nlsnclerirlnVchlet of the allied armies, come to Warsaw to con fer with Polish military author I tla FORT-WILLIAM GRAIN STOCKS I FORT WILLIAM, Out; Feb. The following statement of stocks iu-.store In public terminal elevators, at Fort ,WJtllam and Port Arthur on February 6, with receipts and shipments 'during the pait week, was'lsaued by the board of grain commissioners on Saturday Wheat in store bushels receipts rail shipments 290, 208. In store receipts 231, shlpmenU -Barley In store receipts rail shipments'- Flax In store receipts 4i6; rail shipments Rye in store receipts 11, 2S4; rail shipments, none. NO MATTER HOW PARTICULAR YOU ARE OUR VHONE SERVICE WILL PLEASE YOU. .TYPHOID FEVER RAGES IN SOUTHIsRN GALICiA WARSAW, Feb. Red Cross of- ficials been asked by the Polish government to rush doctors Into Southeastern Galicia, where typhoid fever In epidemic form. 11 Is stated by M.'Damosy, a member of the Chamber of Deputies that tho peo- ple 'of Eastern Galicia are literally rtyine out, there being several villages hvthat district which are left without a single survivor. Since the epidemic began, it is stated, one hundred thous and deaths have occurred1. ff tf The Ston Phonee 1515 int 322 FATHER OF WHOLE NATION IS DEAD PORT AHTI1UR, Ont., Feb. Basil Guerard, aged 94, harbor mas- ter, died hero today from pneumonia. Mr. Ouerard camo here from In 1S69. He was the father of 16 chll drcn and leaves about 200 dsscennints, thoro being fivp gcneraltnnn. On ItOth birthday a family banquet waa attended by 170 descendants. GIVE WOMEN MUNICIPAL FRANCHISE.IN MANITOBA WINNIPEG; Fob. to the Manitoba, Municipal Act to glv and tenants on the land th right to voto are requested by a sub- urban municipalltlos' delegation which waited on Hon. Dr. Armstrong, pro vinblal secretary, today. A furthe decrease in the municipal levies an semi-annual payments was also asked 4 O YES, 6 NO.