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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PHONOGRAPHS NPRDHEIMER PIANOS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everythlnn Mutical" 315 Sth Street South. Phont 15-16. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD IT COSTS LESS TO EAT at COMMERCIAL CAFE QUALITY UP -PRICES DOWN A LONG STEP TOWARDS HEALTH Our Beef, Iron and Wine benefits all the organs of the body, gives a strong mental grip, and helps make health a success; it enriches the blood with the needed element, and strengthens the whole nervous system. A large bottle costs The Stokes Drug Co., Ltd. DRUGGISTS AND STATIONERY NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE Washing Day Specials BELOW ARE A FEW SPECIALS ON WASH DAY NECESSITIES WHITE NAPTHA SOAP; 10 cakes for......85c SUNLIGHT SOAP; 3 cartons for ...........95c WASHING SODA; 7 Ibs. for ................25C COOKED HAM, machine sliced; Ib..........75c SALMON; red; lull size SOPAOE; 20 or.- package ...................16c PRINCESS SOAP CHIPS; special, per Ib. ...28o AMMONIA POWDER; great West; packet... 10c OLD DUTCH CLEANSER; 2 for........25c GONG SOUPS, assorted; 6 packages for.....25c THE GOOD CO., LTD. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HIGH-CLASS GROCERS. LETHBRIDGE STORE. RIGHT NOW, MEANS YOU! Is car ready to roll out in the spring, fitted for the season's rim? Have you had the repairs made that you promised yourself last fall you wuuld have Are the valves newl differential cleaned 01 adjustments made tha Have you had it, insp Perhaps you think wh any time. Are you inspection Nothing tn lip made 1 ground, carbon removed, transmission and t and freshly lubricated? Have you had the will reduce the noise and friction? cted so you. know it is safe? t little you want done can be done quickly at Mowing time enough ahead to pet any "new lay shuw you your need? delaying, Mr. -Motorist. Sec us toclav! Baalim Motor Co.. Ltd. FOR THI AUTO THE BREAD is CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD The Big White Loaf Is AssMreti By Using PRIDE OF ALBERTA OR MOTHERS' FAVORITE TAYLOR MILLING ELEVATOR CO. VHE WEATHER Puretest EPSOM SALT of Special Selection and Preparation An occasional dose will materially in KEEPING YOU FIT ASK FOR THE PURETEST BRAND AT J.D.HIG1NBOTHAM t CO., LIMITED Wheleialt and Ritill Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada Vancouver 40 S2 Snow Xelson Cloudy Calgary...... I'D lit Cloudy Medicine Hut :iu :4 Cloudy Regina...... jij Cloudy Winnipeg H Cloudy Victoria il- Clear Edmonton is i; .42 Snow Lcthbridge ivJ ._' Clear Moose Jaw is Cloudy Saskatoon jii Cloudy Port Arthur 4 Cloudy The weather over Sunday lias been mild in the prairie provinces with snow this morning in parts of Saskatchewan and Alberta. Forecasts east to northeast i winds, snow in most localities tcuight and on Tuesday. Saskatchewan and in many localities; nut much, change in temperatures. CITT AND DISTRICT Loyal Order of Moose i Lethbridge Lodge, No. 792, will hold I a session on Tuesday evening in the Masonic Hall, to welcome D.S. E Bro. Lewis R. Jones. members i and Ladies of the Lesion are urged j to be present. To commence at 7.-15 i p.m. sharp. Mission Services St. Augustiu's Lenten Mission ser- vices for Tuesday, the 15th: 'Holy Communion (ill 10 a.m.; sub- ptcial Imirdresslngs, etc. Phone Iject of "Humility." Mis- service (in chimhi, 3 p.m.; sub- of address, "My Communion." OPEN TONIGHT TILL 9 O'CLOCK Extra Special! Rubber Gloves 50cPER PAIR This is il first quality Rubber Glove, and sells reguferly at 51.00 per pair. Only a few dozen pairs led at, per pair......... 50c THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. LIMITED Sherlock Bldj. Phont 559 Oh, Boy! Such Hot Cakes Get one of these fine griddles and you'll have good hot cakes show both aluminum and iron kinds in round or oblong long griddles have two round griddles may be had with handle or bail as preferred. IF IT'S FOR THE KITCHEN WE HAVE Consumers' Hardware Supply Coy Business Phones: 1212, 1919 Office, 1920 3710 for appointments. Parlors, "round Moor. The Hull Block u BRING YOUR PRINTING AND DEVELOPING TO US FOR PROMPT AND FIRST-CLASS WORK. EASTMAN KODAKS The People's Drug Store 414 13TH ST. N. W. H. MCCAFFREY. PHONE 445. OPEN UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK EVERY NIGHT. Had Narrow Escape Otlii-c Hours for the Xiirsing JIls-j Grass Advocate: Tho two- to 11 a.m. and 3 to ii p.m. year-old son of Ceo. Jeffries narrowly j escaped instant' death Sunday. Mr. _____ Jeffries, tho father, was cleaning a ncUiins: What would i -32-calibre revolver. The gun contaln- ilu ii a brewer yon a t'ree I a bullet tiiat he did not know rir 10 Kuvoiie to keep your month i about, and in some manner it was Sec what the new minister discharged. The bullet penetrated M the United Church on Friday jthe 'wal1 lnto I'18 room, where 1Mb. Admission by program Due. tlle clli'd was Bleeping. The missile j just grazed the top or" the baby's head, I inflicting a slight flesh wound. Had it been a fraction oE au inch lower the result would have been fatal. MEETINGS i Births, Deaths, Funerals Blrtht. Fcninl Notlcei, of Thanki, In Memorljm, Hid In thlt column lit 10 Inttrtlon, minimum 50e, In advance. BORN Mr. and Mrs. J. Dun- lop, 712 16th St. N., on Sunday, Feb. 13th, a daughter. "BEST BY TEST" MODEL BAKERY N. J. SCHWEITZER, Prop. PHONE 1175. K. of Ps Notice j Curling DEATHS The next regular, meeting ot Letli-i The weather permitting, the del.iv. I j bridge Lodge No. 2 will be held on led Wriglit Shield games will be I'lave'd L oa Wednesday. Feb. lilth at S p.m. Mem-1 Tuesday night. There will bo 13th' 1921' Flumigmam Giovan- IMT.- please take nore of change of' for scratch games this evening. night. day's draw: McNabb vs. Clark. Greenway vs. Stewart. Crawford vs. Duff. Peat vs. Kirkham. Aird vs. Cnrberry. JACKSON'S IRON TONIC PIUS ACT AS A GENERAL STIMULANT AND TONIC Per WE ARE PROMPT WE ARE CAREFUL" WASH DAY SPECIAIS for TUESDAY 30c 45c Riekett's Creum lier 19c Princess Soap per Crest Castile JC.. Bull Gasoline Soap- largo bar per cako.......... FREE DELIVERY D. R. WILSON 1112 fiTH AVE. SOUTH. PHONE 657. A regular meeting of Xorth Star Lodge Xo. 1. A. P. K JI. will be held In the Masonic hall, 10th Street South, tonight (Monday) at 8 o'clock. Visitors cordially invited. orl, aged 38 years. The funeral will take place from Fetterly's parlors on I Tuesday, Feb. 15th at 2.30 and proceed ro St. Patrick's church, where ser- vices will be conducted by Father McCaffrey. Interment will take place 1524 DRUG WANTS LYSOL DISINFECTANT ANTISEPTIC We sell the genuine sealed original bottles. LYSOL has received univers- al recognition as an effective germicide by its endorsement by meriical practitioners of all civilized countries. USED PERSONAL HYGIENE SICK ROOM TO WASH CLOTHES ,DOG BITES SKIN ERUPTIONS BATH ROOMS FLOORS AND CELLARS KITCHEN (pails, pipes, sinks, wash tube, etc.) HUSBAND DRUG CO. A TRIAL WILL CON- VINCE YOU Miss Chrisale Gardner, shampoo and scalp treatment and facial inas- 'nage by appointment. Phone 739. Suite 5, Higinbotham Block. 70 Mrs. Woods. Scalp Specialist and Medical Massage. Combings made Obituary Taylor, a farmer in Ihe Foremost district since 1910. and a brother-in-law of W. A. Hamil-j ton, ot Lethbridge died in tlio Van Haarlem" hospital. Letbbridge on Sunday. Mr. Taylor had not been sick long, coming to Lethbridge on February 2 for an examination and being operated on the following Tuesday. He is survived by his wife. Mr. Taylor was years of age and was born near Colliugwood, Out. Wade Hits Them Wade Ridpatli wou the weekly prize at tho Y.M.C.A. bowiing alleys in St. Patrick's cemetery. 951 in the city on Feb. 13th, infant of Mr. and Mrs. Coffay. on Saturday. The prize was for the I lol's- high score at ten pina for the week, and he rolled 229. On Saturday he rolled five scores orer the 200 mark. Funeral private from Fetterly's par- 951 The Women of the Moose Heart Legion Will Hold Their Monthly WHIST DRIVE WED., FEB. 16 At S the Moose Hall Excellent refreshments. Admission 50c. Rev. K. C. McLeod Speaks Kev. K. C. McLeod, superintendent of Dependant and Delinquent Child- ren, .will address the local Children's Aid Society tonight at the mayor's office in the city hall. Everyone in- terested in the Children's Shelter requested to attend. Returns from Calgary Thomas Longworth, a member the provincial executive of the Cf.W. V.A., returned on Sunday from a meeting in Calgary of the provincial executive. The meeting was held on Friday and Saturday. Crib Prizes Prizes were awarded to winners of the recent crib tournament at the G.W.Y.A., on Sunday at the general meeting of that body. Thomas Long- worth, president of the club, won the first prize, receiving a gold watch j chain. "Cribby'1 Jackson was second, and secured a complete Gillette out- in the city on Feb. 13tU, 1921, Albert Taylor, aged flfty- years, of Foremost. Funeral notice will appear later. T. S. Fetterly. fun- eral director. 951 CARD OF THANKS The women of Moose Heart Legion wish to thank all those who assisted in making their dance such a brilliant success, especially the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen, Mr. and- Mrs. Cranney, Mr. and Mrs. Robinson, Mr. Sam Harrison, J. Ken- nedy and tho joint social committee. 945 Magrath; Geddes, Sirs. Chas. JIcKil- lop and Helen, Mnnroe Greenwood, Miss L. Hale, Magrath: Misa Wood, Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Crofts. S-is TEN STOREY HOTEL FOR MONTREAL MOXTKBAL. Feb. fea- tures are included in the plans of a proposed ten-storey apartment build- ing for Montreal, not the least not- able being provision for children in (that playing quarters are provided for use during bad weather. The site selected is on St. Mark street near Sherbrooke, the estimated cost to be and it is hoped to have the structure ready for occupancy by November. In brief, the proposal is own suites or apartments, paying a stipulated amount monthly to defray the cost of upkeep, such a proprietari" interest being transferable, subject to approval ot the board of directors. GUELPH RADIALS TO HYDRO-ELECTRIC GUELVH, Feb. and management of the Guelph street rail- way was turned over to the Ontario Hydro-Electric power commission for a term of fifty years at a special ses- sion of the city council here on Sat- urday. For Colds, Grip or Influenza and as a Preventive, take GROVE'S Laxative BROMO QUININE Tablets. I'he quinine bears the signature n" E. W. Grove. (Be sure you get Book on Animals The Royal Bank- of Canada is dis- tributing a booklet entitled "First fit. A. was third, and got is I a pair of gold cuff links. Teddy Faunch was fourth and received a fountain pen. S. p. E. "At Home" The .Sons' of England will be "at Aid Farm Veterinarian." The book I home" to their lady and gentlemen Ideals with cattle, sheep, swine and friends at thn I.O.O.F. hall on Wcd- horses and gives information of con-1 nesday civenins. A good program ii isiderable value to farmers anil breed- beintr prepared, and all members a'-i- (ers. The book also offers au oppor-1 cordially invited to be present and brill! tunity to keep records. to their friends Card of Thanks The relatives of the late- Leo S. Smith wish to express their deep appreciation for the many kindnesses and sympathy extended to them dur- ing the illness and death of their loved one, and for the many floral tri- butes from the following: Wreaths, Spring Coulee .Men's Club, the Smith family, Qu'Appellc, Sask.; citizens of Spring Coulee, Mr. and Mrs. Russell McLean, Calgary; sprays, Mr. and Mrs. F. Horn. Wm. Mclntyre, Ma- grath; 0. W. Ileathershaw, G. Ken- Herbert Joiner, ,T. K. Hodgeson H M. Matflon, Earl Wilmot, L. Clark 4 CHAIRS GOOD SERVICE Weilbrook Bros. 6th fit. Opp. Bank of Montreal. MACKAY PARLORS 303 Third Avenue 1802 "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 BEST." SOLD BY ALL LEADING MERCHANTS Ellison Milling Elevator Company, Ltd. I.T me auro you that occupants will actually own their BROMO.) SOc.-Advertisement. POULTRYMEN! JUST LARGE NUMBER OF, LEG BANDS See the new strap band; numbers burned into band, then colored with a good dye. WE HAVE SPIRAL BANDS PRATT'S TONIC KRESO ROBINSON'S PREPARATION INTERNATIONAL TONIC SLEEKINE GCT READY FOR SPRING. SEE US FOR SUPPLIES. THE FRANK MEDLEY DRUG CO. PHONE 772. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A NEW INDUSTRY (THE ONLY ONE IN THE WEST) WE HAVE INSTALLED A MODERN PLANT FOR MANUFACTURING COUNTER CHECK BOOKS Carbon Leaf or Carbon Back styles. Send your nmple for our price. PROMPT DELIVERY. EVERALL'S LIMITED STATIONER: AND PRINTERS THIRD AViNUE SOUTH ;