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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PlmSOl ASSIN1ROIA MUSIC CO., LTD, Kit fth EDGE; KNAPM.4N PLUMBING AND HEATING co. Take the Grip Out of GRIPPE Don't Ict'grlpiVe'et too hardla grip on your system. Grippe is tba result of a simylo cold aud may family lead info the more dangerous lufluenzn.- Oar............ LAXATIVE COLD BREAKERS .ire designed to combat grippe as simple colds, and, ts a matter of tact. If taken iu tune will sloji a culd before it has a chauco to mil into something more dangerous. An excellent rsrncdy to have on hand. It all the action cf quinine without the deleterious effects On'5'oor held of nnrt wlih a slight action on the bowels to remoro cold germs' (rom your system ot the time aiding' constipation. A pretty good remedy to koovr. anrt knowing it roti will use it. Vit it and you will be salaried with the results KENNY ALLIN Co., Ltd TNS FINILAR tTOBt Phona Next SAVING MONEY REGULARLY And putting it Into a place of safekeeping even though the amount It until each time, mtsns Iha'- eventually you will have a nlco tidy sum. Our Cash System a (mill charge It made for deliv- ering enables you ts save money regularly on your Grocery All-unnecessary expenses have eliminated with our and that means lower prices all round for goods. Get our latest catalogue for list The Duality of our goods undisputed. THE GOOD CO., LTD. MM 1 6 Cylinder Mitchell, Eke new 1 6 Cylinder Kke 1 4 Cylinder Studebiker Roadster 117 Model Ford Toarbf Car 117 Model Ford Touring Car.......... 1 Ford Delivery Truck............... I Chfevroiet Delivery Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. SEVENTH OF POST OFFICE ANNOUNCEMENTS Fire insurance In Canadian, Ameri- can Rnd JJritiah standard companies. Wo would appreciate any business in this line. Dowsloy Land Ajtucy. Dr.-P. W. Rlchar'as has commenced dsntal practice la his now otfices, Suite 3, Oliver Block. "Bre-1.0" most charm- ingly rendered by Verti 'Mclxuin. VIc- tor Record, No. 2160SO. Willis Piano Store, 707 3rd Aye, S., "Home of Can- ada's The, Daughters ami Maids ot Eng- land hold (he fourth of their EeriCa of whist drives on Wednesday evening in the Oddfellows' Hall at S.J5 o'clock. Good prizes and refreshments served. Admission 50 cents. A dance -will be held in liurgmann'., hall, Thursday, Feb. 12th. Dancing from fi til! 1. Gent's 51.60. Ladies free. Mrs. Draseeau'a orchestra in attendance. It. Burgmnnn in charge. 1 Jliss Chrlsf le I. Gardner gives sham- poo scalp Ijy appoint- ments at ladles' own homes or at 301 6th Arc. A, Soulh. Phoiio 1065. "Oh Miami Shore" Is a dreamy, "Eca-Iike'f'WalU which transports your imagination to the smooth, irresistible swell of the ocean. Victor Record, No 31S07S. Willis PiSno Slore, 7u7 3rd Ate. S. Don't forget the dance to bo held iu the. K. 'of P. hall every Saturday. North Lethbridge Orchestra in attend- ance. Gents fl.OO, ladies free. MEETINGS K. of P. Tonight The regular meeting of Myrtle Lodge. No. 3, K. of P., ivill bo held tonight at S o'clock. Hank of Kulght will he conferred. AM member.- re- quested to he present. Visitors wel- come. Scout Notice Xo. 1 Troop. Special attendance is requested. The district scoutmaster will award patrol loaders their hat and con badges. T. H. BOOTH, District Scoulmaster. PARTY CAPS LUNCH SETS DOILIES TABLE COVERS FESTOONS PLACE CARDS ICE CUT OUTS CREPE PAPER SEALS THE TWENTIETH CENTURY BOOK STORE 5144th Ave. Phone S13 The regular meeting of the Cana- dian Order Foresters will bo held in the K. ot P. hall at S o'clock tomor- row (Thursday) evening, Feb. 12th. Funeral Notice Lethbridge, February Otli. Charles aged 32 years, ot 7th St. X. Funeral will take place from undertaking parlors ot McKay- I Hell, Thursday afternoon, February 12th, at 2.30, -Itev. A. H. Denoon offi- ciating. Interment to take plnco in tho miners' cemetery.' Death Notice February 10th, Perry Qulnn. oE }few Dayton, aged 50 years, in Call Hospital. Funeral arrange- ments will be announced latc-r. McKay Bell undertakers In charge. Evidence in 'Peg Trial -Permits to Operate Given by Committee WIXX1PKG. Feh. Canad- ian strike committee re- garded permits as authority to man- agers ot Industries to whom they were Issued to operate nnd not as a protection to the workers, William Percy declared under cross-examina- tion by A. Bonnar, K. C., defense counsel at the Irlal of the seven strike leaders today. He admitted, however, that the tradesvaud labor council had no pow- er io call or to stop the strike and lhat it was called iu Instruct- ions of tho union membership Uself. Percy's examination ami the read- ing of parts of evidence of Wiiilam E. Davis, a Minneapolis advertising man, who heart! William Ivens deliver a. speech, occupied the whole of the morniug session. Davis quotes Ivens as declaring that "parliament Is in the Labor temple and not in the city hall." I "If we stand .firm for a short lime' we will bring (he employers to their knees, saying, 'What shall we do to bo v won't Have Commission WINNIPEG, Feb. Canadian' the [rial oi the seven strike leaders ncciiiied of seditious! conspiracy resumed this iiiorn'ng, A. J. Andrews, K. C., counsel for th'ej crown asked to know If the defense! wanted a commission to go to Min- neapolis, to take (he evidence of W. B. a crown witness who was 111. Mr. lionnar, defense counsel, stated that he would like one, but could not it. William Ivens, one of (he accused, objected strongly to the'evidence giv- en by Davis at the preliminary trial going in, sfatiug that Mr. Davis1 evid- ence was against him wished to cross-examine Davis. "II is a very strange thing." he caid, "that (his nnd other witnesses cannot come, and I question thoso affidavits of Mr. Davis' sickness." When asked hy Mr. Justice Jletcalfe If he wanted a commission, Ivens re- plied (hat he didn't sea how one could he held, anil tho judge remarked: "All right, that settles The first witness of the momlhg was a member of the Royal Northwest Mounted Police, who'dleritlftcd 'docu- ment; seized In a raid. William Percy, a member of {he strike committee, was recalled to the stand for cross examination hy the do- fecsc. He gave evidence regarding the general strike and western labo" organizations. WHAT MAYOR HARDIE SAID )N REPLY TO MR. LYELL Born To Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Turner, at Van Haarlem hospital. Feb. 2nd, a son. AUTO FOR SALE MODEL 1918 VELIE 5-PASSENGER CAR HAS NEVER BEEN USED Price Ranching Co., Ltd. PHONE 1846 Paragraphs 5 ami 6 Iu the Mayor's reply to .Mr. Lyell suffered In the head- mg through the throwing out of a wrong Eltig in the proof correction To remedy any misconstruing the paragraphs a-e reprinted 5.; In putting up the state of affairs of (be City of Mr. Lycll has just recapitulated statement N'o. 1 of the audit whereas it ho had real- ly wanted lo put (he whole case he would have alro recapitulated statements No. 2 and 3 which 1 dare not In print hen' hut they show Lethbridge is fairly good fchape m better than fair. C. Mr. overlooks tho "fact that proportion of back Uses aro paid each year. In 1918 all taxes col- lected were criual to 118% of that year's taxes. Of this amount 43% were hid: (axes paid up. It !s Easier to Prevent than to Cure Influenza Keep the remedies at hand and uso them at the first stjn of cold, cough or chilL '.NYAL'S LAXACOLD PENSLAR COLO BREAKERS .OIL EUCALYPTUS COUGHS NYAL'S GARGLE THROAT LOZENGES CLINICAL THERMOMETER AMMONIATED QUININE REDCROSS DRUG BOOK CO., LTD 551 ghtrloek Side. THE WEATHER 33 12 12- 15 15 6 -2" 6 Clear Clear Clear -'Clear Vancouver 40 Nelsoa 35 j Calgary ..i. 40 (Edmonton 34 37 1 iMooso aJw 32 Winnipeg 6 Port Arlhui> 23 Medicine Hat 34 10. Clear j" Tho weather during; 'the 24 hours has been fair acd mild. Forecatt Generally today and tomorrow, not much change in tem- perature. Manitoba and Fair today and tomorrow. CITY AND DISTRICT No'Luncheon Thursday No Board of Trade luncheon irill be held on Thursday. Gate Adjourned Tho charge against Mrs. Chapman for keeping a disorderly house in the Brcxlto block was further adjourned, at the request of ilie defence, to Fri- day. Open TbNIGHT Wednesday, and TOMRROW Thursday Until 'NINE o'clock A J.D.HIGINBOTHAM CO., LIMITED Wholesale and Retail. Ch-mlsli Alberta's Pioneer Druggliti- The Phones Visit of Entign Roe .Dpn't forget, in the' largo hall of Army Citadel, tomor- row night, Thursday, February at S o'clock, Lieutenant George Roe, of the. Royal Irish Rifles, will gSvc, a most'interesting war lecture, entitled "Four and a half years in a Fiery Furnace." The..Ensign .was horn in Dublin, Ireland, and has been a Sal- vation Army officer over twelve years, is a good spaaker, won his promotion as lieutenant Iu France. Mayor Hard- ie will preside at the lecture. All vet- erans aro heartily "welcome. All come and hear tills noted Irishman. QUEBEC, Feb. Canadian loverriment steamer Montcalm is in EL very'uerious condition, according toendg in for new lire. Do you or don't you taKe n thit cam to he's rotting satisfaction? If i knew that I'd lake a bet on your business protjscla. Especially. If I knew you treated Pot Hooligan, jrocer, iama way. we do In bojh CMCS. THE GRAHAM MOTOR Co., UA 414 SIXTk Sf-EET 80TTM EVERYTHING for the OFFICE PRINTING, PAPER RULING, BOOK BINDING AGENTS FOR UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER TYPEWRITERS REPAIRED EVERALL'S LIMITED SOUTHARD THIHD AvtNUi ,OUTM ;