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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EDISON ASSIN1BOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. MutlttP US Hh Math hktM iHS LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. Fifth S. 'clock The KENNY AUIN C.., Ltd THK PENtLAR STORB Nixt Good Potatoes Are very hard to set this year owing to the grot quantity that frozen In the ground last Fall. A great many that are being offered when cooked which means-thftt touched with fro it We have a cir load to offer that It considered one of the- flnett cars of potitcxi that come Into the city and although there offired a price there carttlnly will none of any better quality and we are- ture that ours for any extra money wilt be moi'p than worth the difference. A week ago they were quoted at SMO.CO a ton wholesale In Calgary and In Vancouver. It looki as though they would toon be still higher, For a short time we are these fine potatoes at, per 180 Ib. sack THE GOOD CO., LTD. HISH SLASS LlMRM MH Exceptional Values 1 6 Cylinder Mitchell, Uke new L 6 Cylinder Stndebaker, like new I 4 Cylinder Studebaker Z 18 Model 490 Touring Cart, each 117 Model Ford Touring Car 117 Model Ford Touring Car I Ford Delivery Truck 1 Chevrolet Delivery Truck Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. SEVENTH OF POST OFFICE (r REMEMBER 664 j IS THE LETHBRIDGE TAXI CO.-S PHONE NUMBER ANNOUNCEMENTS Fire.insurance .in Canadian, Ameri- can and British standard companies. We Ttould appreciate any business In his line. Dowjley I And Ajsncy. Dr. P. ,-W..Itlcnaras bM commenced L dental practice in nU new offices, Suits Block. BONDS Surety Court Bcndis, Fidelity Contract Bonds. Bonds of any alia or'amount arranged In shortest" possible, lime. If nced'nz a bond see tr. THE EDGETT AGENCIES Ltd. Balmoral Block, PHONE 651 INSURANCE AND LOANS SEALING WAX BLOTTING PAPER INK THUMB TACKS TICKET PUNCHES CHECKING PENCILS EYELET MACHINES BOARD AND BOX FILES ADDING MACHINE ROLLS TYPEWEITER RIBBONS TYPEWRITER PAPER THE TWENTIETH CENTURY BOOK STORE We. hive for free dlrtrlbulloa ona thousand handsome caltsdars. Call early. TV..P. Nelson ft Co. The members'of the Leaf Chapter order, of the Eastern Star are holding their card party tomorrow even Ins in the 'Masonic Hall, com- mencing at o'clock Members.are asked, to bring a house guest or a friend. Admission. 60 cents. "Her Bright SnJle Haunts Me Still." This second'record by Edward .Johnson (Edoardo rli Gio- the famous tenor, now singing with Iho Chicago. Opera Co. Victor Record, ,No.: .64839. .Pianos, Ltd., "The Housb of 707 3rd Ave. S. 514 4th Ave, Phone 613 MEETINGS Meeting of Carpenters A meeting of the Carpenters' Union will be held this evening in the Labor hall at S o'clock sharp. Business mo3l Important. Guide Tlio usual weekly meeting of the Senior Division, No. 1 Company, of tho Girl Guides will meet tonight at 7.30 in the parish room. Anglican Ash Wednesday Church ...........Services St. ot Hoi; Communio.n at 8 a.m. St. of Hoh Communion al 10.20 a.m. Evening ser vice, S p.m. Viaduct Lodge, Ne. 5S, I.O.O.F. Meets tonight at S o'clock, and wll confer the Initiatory Degree. Visitors cordially invited.- (Members please at tend.. For Culdi, Grip and as .1 Prevfntatlvo, taxe LAXA T1VB BHOMO QUININE TABLETS Look for E> W. GROVE'S signature ou the box. 30c. AUTO FOR SALE MODEL 1918 VELIE S-PASSENGER 'CAR HAS BEEN tISED Price Knight-Watson Ranching Co., Ltd, PHONE 1846 Notice to Our Customers Wo would ask the kind co-operation of our. fn ing lo our drivers all plain bottles fn their poieeseton. We would appreciate this action on the part of our customers oa we do no! desire to have to charge for our bottles. All plain In Leth- bridge belong to ns and with the co-operation of our oualomera we hope to be able at all times to giva our customers a supply of puro rich, pastourlzed milk in sanitary boll lee at (ha best possible price, which Is until further advised, 15c per quart delivered. Truly yours, Chief Mountain Creamery Ltd.- PHONE 1929 That is the Feeling Around Auto Speed- er Injures Child- Business Change rt CLARESHOLM, Feb. The 'nu in its very form is still in our district. All patients suffering from this trouble are progressing. It has not been found necessary to close the schools, churches, etc. At a meeting of the Claresholm Ag- ricultural Society the resignation of J. R. Watt for the coming year at least wns accepted. Mr. R. Peck is taking charge as secretary of exhibits and the sporting part of tho fair has been turned over to R. B. Moffat. It was with regret that Jlr. Watt's resigna- tion ivas accepted as he is responsible to a great eitent for the position of his fair. Mr. and Mrs. Watt expect j> leave for Scotland In tho oarly pring. Thomas' Moore has moved Ms fam- y back to the 4i Ranch, where he ill reside in the future. .It is the ntention ot the 14 people lo stock] IB Canyon ranch with sheep and the Id 41 with cattle. What might have been ii very ser- ous accident occurred on Sunday last when -Win. Mayo driving, at an uxecs- Ive rate of speed on 4th Ave. struck he little daughter ot. James Walker, ormer Bank manager of Claresholm. Tho Wile girl was struck' with the ender as luck would' .have it and is uffering from a broken collar bone. t Is time the authorities were looking nto tha matter of 'speeding as the uilty party in this- ease has -been before- as to liis driving. There Is nothing to do but cancel the cense of these would-be speed hants. The good horse "Bachelor's Beau" iwned by Lieut Kjngscote formerly of ha Old Dawson llanch but now of Ottawa was shipped to that city on 'riday last. This horso has made a ecord for himself both in the stud and h the show 'ring for the past four William .Annable, general merchant if Claresholm, has sold his business o McKtuney and aon, formerly of 'oweil Kivnr, B. C. In securing this business the McKintieys have got one of the best general store business in Uberta. The prospects of a good crop for this rear have, never been better as "we lave had sufficient moisture lo start ho crop in good shape. All the far- mers in the district are getting reaily to put the grain In the ground just as soon, as tho spring opens up. "The Barons bowlers visited town last week five strong, and they snro were strong. They- won by a good margin and Walker In five Mna and then equally as strong in the 10-pin game. Frank Messier, manager ot the T C. Mllnes ranch was a visitor to the north country last n-eek. Jlorley Tlltolson was taken to the Calgary Hospital last week for an X-Ray examination and we are glac [o report that he is on the mend again He was accompanied by his molhc H. E. Mo If alt. AIRPLANES TO SEARCH FOR ORE TORONTO, Feb. pianos are to be used in the ex- ploration of the James Bay dis- irfct this summer, in the search for oil. Tho formation Is said lo resemble the Ontario oil dis- trict V.nd many claims have been slaked. The airplanes will bo used to r "carry food -to prospecting parties. Cold Today. Cough Tomorrow. WhatNextWeek A neglected cold is almost cer- tain" to result In a cougb. and, Crom the cough may como more serious complications. Don't lake chances. Stop colds In the start. Nyal'j 'V'; Laxacold will accomplish task in a very uhort time. It is pleasant to take and will not keep you from work. Just a mild, pleas- ant, laxative' cold remedy. Keep it handy in the homo. Price, 2Sc REDCROSS DRUG BOOK CO., LTD. Phens ttt 34 Cloudy Clear 23 Fair 30 Cloudy 22 Fair 2S Clear -6 Fair Vancouver 38 Nelson 33 Edmonton 44 Calgary jj Medlcino Hat 43 Lethbrldge........ 43 Winnipeg......... 23 The weather the. past twenty-four hours continued In Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. Forecait Man snow falls and moderately cold. Wednesday, fair. local snow bot mostly fair. Wednesday, fair, not much change in tempeVature. today and on Wednes- day. THE WEATHER CITY AND DISTRICT Funeral Tomorrow The funeral of the lale James Mur- phy will tako place tomorrow morning, Wednesday, the cortege leaving Fet- torly'B Undertaking Parlors at 10.15 and proceeding to St. Patrick's church where mass will be celebrated. Rev. rather McCafTery offlclatlns. .Will Board Meetnlg the members ot the official and Oil i Tiie the ancients, find expression of tho fullest value in The tonic food and reconstruc- tive forbcth.young and old. Invaluable in "Grippe" or Influenza Cases J.D.HIG1NBOTHAM CO., LIMITED Wholesale and .Retail Chemlitt Alberta's Plqnesr Druaglits' Start' Phonet 1518 and 322 When You Use, a. Coffee Grinder You Get Full Strength and that desired flavour is so often not mere'in coffee exposed to the air after ground. These little machines cost only a trifle, and.will help cut down the H, C. of L. wm sfico. PHONES anil 1111 1 board of Wresley church plea a a take notice that the regular monthly meet- ing will be held this evening at 8 p.m in the ladies' parlor. Debate In Wesley Church For some weeks Wesley church has been trynig to emphasize Ihe Great Forward Movement programme. outside speakers have taken part- In the campaign such as Rev. Powell ani Rev. Sykes of Calgary. Rev. Tolfer o( Carmangay, Tlev. Lee of Cranurook, Ilev. Lewis of Macleod and Dr. Darwin lato of Winnipeg, but'now of Liver- pool, England. On the whole the at- tendance has been excellent and the addresses most msnlrlng. On-Wednes- day "evening of this week the program will Uke a different form. A debate arranged on the most Inter- esting and Important subject of Christ- ian Stewardship. Is there a definite standard of giving and what is (hat standard, are ijuestlons that are con- I ilnaally arising In the minds of Chris- flan .people. These and many other kindred questions will ba dealt with. The subject of the debate !s "Resolv- ed, that tithing Is in the best interest of the Individual and the church." The smrmative will bo taken by Jlr. Kob; ert- Johnston and another, represent-' ing the United Church ot North Leth- bridge, while Sir. li. L. Norman and J. E. Levering, representing Wes- ler, will uphold the negative. With theso speakers and special music wo ought to he assured of splendid at- tendance, AUltleliiMNowaiiuTtien J. Goshivnllop Brown, banker, sends in his Fierce- Arrow to have tho cam shaft You Uo the job. A few weeks later ho sends in for a new fire. Do you or don't you tako a peek at (hat cam shaft to be suro he's jetting satisfaction? If I knew that I'd take a bet on your business prospects. Especially if I'imew you treated Put Hooligan, grocer, the same way.: We do.in both casea. THE GRAHAM MOTOR SIXTH ST-EET SCiSTH UNDERTAKE MACKAY BELL JOS' 3rd SouttVrPKoni t This is Object of Conference Be- ing Held in Ottawa Today TOM KELLY FREED LONTJON, Feb. Kcily, lord mayor-elect of Dublin, was conditional1 ly released from the Wormwood Scrubbs prison Monday and Is now al Ihe home o( a friend prior.to his removal lo a. nursing home.; Ho has been under arrest alnco 'May 2o, on charges arising out ot the Irish revolt that year. DISMISS STRIKING FIREMEN NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C., Feb. city council today formally dismissed nine members of the firo department who have beon on strike since Friday because ot alleged dis- crimination In the maltcr of wasp in- ami appointed, a new chief with instructions to organize Iho de- partment. LONDON, Feb. allied reply to thc: German note of Jan- uary 25, proposing as .in alterna- tive to extradition that persons accused by the alllea be tried at iLelptlc, that Germany's proposal for such trial at li compatible with article 223 of the peace treaty. The allies, the note tayj, will abstain from inter- vention in the procedure of that court. READING REFUSES LONDON, Feb. Ll George has offered the ambassador ship at Washington to tho Karl o Reading, the former ambassador there says the Pall Jlall today, bu Iho earl has declined the appointment We Must Economize Tlie only way to do this is lo use "OUR BEST" Flour. By doing so you get the best flour that it is possible to make (or we use only the best selected wheat and the most up to date machinery that can be used. These are handled by Tried and Experienced millers. When using "OUR BEST" you are taking no chances. "OUR BEST" is handled by all up to date grocers. ELLISON MILLING ELEVATOR CO, LTD. YOU'LL. .OUR WOHK EVERY; WESTBRdbKaWOS; Barbers, Op p. Banker Xiontrtil Canadian -the' object'-of working out some practicable 'means of deepen- ng and Etrengthenlhg the mor.it and spiritual'factors In national education hrough' tho public or more prominent educationalists from all parts ct the Dominion are.In private session here today. There is no pro- ram, each delegate bringing merely notes on the prospects In the various educational centers. W. J. Bulman, chairman of the Win- nipeg school .board and ex-president of the Canadian Manufacturers' As- sociation, staled before the conference opened that there Was no criticism, or intended, of tho present school system and tho: delegates were not going to the federal government, at least for the present.. The idea, he was (o start the youth of the country on ,thp, right way to perfect his citizenship before he left the class- room. The conferenco, is out, for compul- sory education up to tho age of 16 years, part time education up lo IS years, stale r.id for. parents and legis- lalion to.prohibit employment of chil- dren of nchcol age. Woodstock policemen have been granted substantial salary increases. ftcdorick Samson, 72, secretary of the Hartford fire Insurance Co., is dead. PHONE 492 FOR Couttry's Superior MEATS Green Adams Rear of Offid" Horse Hides All Hides, Pelts and Furs bought at Top Market Price. Reference: Standard BauV: ol Canada. PHONES: Office Retldsncs 1316 260 Extra Gpod Value Wo have a special line ot IMPORTED NOTE PAPER 'A Snap at 50c a bax. Robertson's Book Store ae Hotel Building. Phone 1265 PAY THE HIGHEST PRICE For Hides, Pelts, Furr, and ndviso you to sell now. LETHBRIDOE HIDE, FELT A FUR CO., UTO. phant Rasldtnci 321 RrfBrencs: Standard ianh EVERYTHING for the OFFICE PRINTING, PAPER RULING, BOOK BINDING AGENTS FOR UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER TYPEWRITERS REPAIRED EVERALL'S LIMITED SOUTHARD THIRD AV1NU1 SOUTH ;