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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta KDItON PHONOGRAPHS NORDHtlMCR PIANOS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Muilcil" 315 4th Street South. Phone 151C. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD IT COSTS LESS TO EAT tW COMMERCIAL CAFE QUALITY -J- Chocolates Just received a fresh assortment of WILLARD'S CHOCOLATES, including: After.Dinner Mints Peppermint Wafers Hard Centres Class A Nuts The Stokes Drug Co., Ltd. DRUGGISTS AND NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE Hi? RIGHT NOW, MEANS YOU! Is your car ready to roll out in the sprins', fitted tor Ibe season's ruu? Have you had the repairs made that you promised yourself last iall you would have? Arc the valves newly ground, carbon removed, transmission anil differentia! cleaned out and freshly lubricated? Have you had Use adjustments made that will reduce the noise and friction? Have you had it inspected so yon know it is safe? Perhaps you think what little yon wain douo can be done quickly at any time. Are you allowing time euousu ahead to get auv inspection may show you jour need? Nothing to be made by delaying, Mr. .Motorist. See us today! Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. PQR THK.AUTO znaa BREAD is THE CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD Big White Loaf It -AMMred By Using PRIDE OF ALBERTA ON MOTHERS' FAVORITE TAYLOR MILLING ELEVATOR CO. 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 4-15 OPEN UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK EVERY NICHT. Model 'BEST BY TEST" MODEL BAKERY N. J. SCHWEITZER, Prop. PHONE 1175. 1524 FOR YOUR DRUG WANTS FRENOT ORGANDIE THE STATIONERY OF TONE Pa.pnt.rica TvHH a large line different shaped envelopes in suede or linen finish, WRITING PADS In Letter or Note Size Call and see our stock. HUSBAND DRUG CO. Phone 1524, Next the Good Co. Open Every Sundiy Night. Fruits in Liquid Cream Chocolate-Covered Cherries. Koka Buds II Food for Thought. BUY YOUR QUALITY GOODS AT A CASH STORE AND SAVE MONEY. QUIT STUuVlNC ECONOMY AND PUT IT INTO PRACTICE. special, per doi.......56e i FRESH tlni; 2 for .........J5d Swift's Pure: 3 Ib. tins 85c CHEESE--rlntlt Ontario; per Ib...........38C PRUNES-ln tin, prepare, re.dy ,.r use. j !A Y.Y.Y.yS comb. Justin. At ............SOc DILL dozen ................30c 13 tins Potatoes, dry and mealy, per 100 WE ARE DEMONSTRATING HARRINGTON HALL SOLUBLE COFFEE ALL THIS WEEK. STEP INSIDE-AND HAVE A NICE WARM CUP AS A SAMPLE, THE GOOD CO., LTD. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HIGH-CLASS GROCERS. LETHBRIDGE STORE. W" i Don't Get Cold Feet Take a KANTLEEK Hot Water Bottle to bed with you and get real comfort. in three sizes and Face Bottle J.D.HIGINBOTHAM CO., LIMITED ind RtUil Cktmlite Alberta, Canada CITI AND DISTRICT- P. T. Class The O. W. V. A. will resume its phy- sical training classes on Thursday night of this week. Kvery veteran, whether connected with a C.W.V.A. ath'.etie club or not is invited to at- tend and reap the ucuoflttf. Opens Safe The- sale in the headquarters oC the A. P. p., which has been stuck, and which resisted all attempts to open it for three days, was opened by W. N. i Kuth who was called in. He did the trick in ten minutes. Building Permit A "building permit in the sum of kas been issued James Mar- sou, for repairs to a barn on Eighth Street S. Luncheon on Friday The Board of Trade luncheon la on Friday this week, instead of Thurs- day. A big turnout of members Is ex- pected to meet the farmers from all over the district who will be here Fri- day to attend the Better Farming Con- ference. It Is lllcely that the meeting will be addressed by H. A. Craig, deputy minister of agriculture, as well as E. A. Howes, dean of the Agrltful- tural College, and other visitors. The Commercial Cafe is making special ar- rangements to accommodate, the crowd. j th? Ladies' Aid and the Old Maids at last sets Kossip at rest by presenting! to them Daisy Loveioy, who would not: Farming let him press his. suit. At the I'nltetl! OQ j. Church, Friday tho 18th. Admission to program 50 cents. 950 Miss Chrlasle I. shampoo; and scale treatment and facial mas-: sago by appointment. Phono 7u5.: Suite a. Higiubothaui Block. 7C> The Lethbridge City Pipe Hand are holding their monthly dauco in Burg-' j uum's hall on Wednesday night at 9 j o'clock. Admission T-JC. by ticket', only, which may be secured from members of the band. 55-1 Attend the Conference President Mornoch remarked to the Herald today that ho felt sure tho merchants aad bankers would turn out to the. Better g- Conference nu Friday at the Knights Pythias Hall. Tho Board of Trade members will have the further opportunity to meet with farmers at the luncheon at 12.30 in the Commercial Cafo. A LAME ARGUMENT There is 110 real good excuse which you can offer for wear- ing corns. Jf you are afflicted with corns and callouses, use HOWARD'S CORN REMEDY It is prompt and effective and creates no inconvenience to the user. y Price 35c We handle all of the advertised Corn Remedies. THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. LIMITED Sherlock Blda. US i -ric, mtlc juet cmMM to ccruc f 1 off enow and alaah from tWr fat. But why worry about cam so aajairi- remove 'el the link foot-ajus-bs by Jew floor aa. "-As OCedw Treatment eleiW is I lean baeutifuL Good (or any M OCedarPaaekZJ ants to 13.00 -I OUR SLEDS AND SKATES an appnoasmj by thbovi ufd firW. tbHD pick out a 1920 modti" from tM ins Coaattn, SWe and Seatee n Avt for this wiatar's abr. 'v Consumers'Hard war e I Supply Co. Business Phones 1212, Office 11ZO, Births, Deaths, Funerals I. H. Emmerapn Wins At the big Manitoba Winter Fair, 'T Baf Ilrt2f' flve, won on White Langshans first hen, cock- If you want somewhere to that spare honr on Haturday noon. Feb. 19tb. come to the ercls fourth, pullets first and fourth. Messrs Graham and Emmorson were the only Lethbridge exhibitors, to send Blrtht, Deaths. Funeral NMIeea. Curds of Thanks, In Memorlam. In this column at 10 ear line, eaeh-taaertlon, minimum 90c, yay. able In advance. FUNERAL NOTICE The funeral of tho late Harry Brown will be heM from Mac- Kay's Parlors ou February IS, Open To-night 6.P.M. TO 9.P.MJ 'VEAPE PROMPT CAREFUL, flev. Denoon ff. In- dansant, given by tho Military Chap-i DEATH OF JAZ7 is ter, O. D. E. in the G. W. V. A. hall ANNOUNCED IN j LONDON, ENGLAND LONDON', Jan. Tim "jazz" ia dead in London, says P. j J. S. Itichardson, one of the foremost English authorities on dancing. He i from 3.30 to 6 p.m. Tea cup reading Iliy Madame X----- and her assistant. I Good music and dancing for all, 'the admission is 25c which includes tea, sandwiches and caKe. 9G3 Invitations have been issued by Do- rleclares that no "new" dances will be minion Rebekah Loto No. 41 for a this Toar' but dSnce to be held in tte llasonic Hall eP. an? which have on Wednesday, February 53rd. Thoae I who have not received invitations please phone 1475 or 1734. Commercial Travellers day evening, February 18th. Music by the Bluebird Orchestra. Invitations ANNOUNCEMENTS ilrs. Siiecialist and, j Medical Massage. Comblnga made up. Special hairdreasings. etc. Phone 1710 for appointments. The Ladles i Hairdressing Parlors, Hull Block, ground floor. Tho Xew Minister, bombarded by may be had on application to John H. I F. Orcen. Phone 552. so 3 held international interest for two three seasons, wijl be standardized j "Previously those taught the same dances by different teachers found Frj theroselvjs hopelessly at sea when they tried to dance he said. "Through standardization. MEETINGS The regular meeting of Lotbbrldge Lodge Xo. 2, will be held tonight ist S p.m. All members requested 16 bo present. Visitors welcome. whicli the majority of dancing instruc- tors in London havo now agreed, a common framework in the steps will be insured without- eliminating all chance of introducing individual va- riations. Freakish anil eccentric 'light gymnastic' such as exaggerated forms of 'jazz' are rapidly passing QUANTITY OF WHEAT IN STORAGE IS REDUCED OTTAWA, Feb. to returns receivftd at the Domin- ion bureau of statistics for the week ended February 4, 1921, the quantity of grain in store at the different public through- out Canada has decreased by bushels in wheat and flax, as compared with the previous week. Wheat indicates a de- create of bushels and flax bushels. Oats show an increase of bushels; barley bushels and Tye bushels. HE DIED HAPPY: WHISKEY AT SPECIALS for THURS. At WILSON'S Crisco, 3-lb. can No. 1 Siam Rice, 3 Ibs. for t___..........25c Primes, 2 Ibs. for.......................... 25c FREE DELIVERY D. R. WILSON 1112 6TH AVE. SOUTH. PHONE 657. The chief feature of the projwseU bill will.he tho adoption of the pre- ferential rote in single member con- stituencies where there are more than two candidates running. This will bring the provincial law in keening with the law which now governs the elections in the city of' Winnipeg, ami will insure in every case that the can- didates elected secure a majority of the votes cast. The reform has benn requested by various bodies, among them the Unit- ed Farmers of Manitoba. LEXINGTON, Ky., 'Feb. grace of a happy (Uiatli was afforded the head of a well known find pictur- esque family.of this region who died G. W. V. A. Executive recently. His last words were; "I die out." j without regrets. Whiskey was selling at a quart in Lexington ABRAMOVITCH A COMMUNIST I tlle flrst tlmo lu my llfo that it; ha3 PAWS, Feb. Abramovitch I been :lt a Frice commensurate who was arrested at Nice late.In De' 11vUh lta Talu0-" The Women of the Moose Heart Legion Will Hold Their Monthly WHIST DRIVE WED., FEB. 16 At 8 the Moose Hall Excellent refreshments. Admission 50c. requested. I Football Meeting The annual mooting of the Xorthj Lethbridge United Football Club will I I be held on Thursday night in the j ment of Westminster school, com-l j mencing at S o'clock. Reports will submitted and officers elected. AH interested in this football team will be made welcome. head of the soviet organization in France, was bronsht to this city yes-; tcrday. When questioned by a Judge i before whom ho was taken, he assert- ed he was a communist and defended himself against the charge of being an anarchist conspirator. He declar- ed there was "a gulf between the com- munist who would use collective means to reach the end sought, and the anarchist, who took individual ac- tion." MAY HAVE PROPORTIONAL I iv IN WHOLE OF MANITOBA WINNIPEG. Feb. representation voting will bo extend- ed throughout the province of Mani- toba if proposals to be submitted to the legislature are ratified, Hon. T. H. Johnson, attorney-general, stated today. 4 CHAIRS G O O D SERVICE Bros. St. Opp. Bank of Montreal. UNDERTAKING MACKAY PARLORS 803 Third Avenue 1802 "OUR BESF FLOOR 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. Come to My Tea-party We have the correct stationery for your little one's invitations. Just styles of the i latest PAPETERIES at 35c, 75c, 65c. THE 65c AND.75C LITHOGRAPHED. We also Iiavo Birthday Caudles and Holders. Dewiison's Pecorated Crepe Paper for room and table decoration. THE FRANK HEDLEY 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 Back your sample for our price. PROMPT DELIVERY. EVERALL'S LIMITED STATIONERt AND PRINTER! THiRO AVtNUC ;