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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta NOROMtlMSri ASSWBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. tM4 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. 1248 Fifth Avenue S. HMC 18 A TONIC THAT WILL OIVE YOU NEW VITALITY AND NERVE FORCE PENSLAR LAXATIVE ALTERATIVE COMPOUND A tested ana recommended preparation that cleanses tile blood and fteds the nerves. Penslar Lsuatlre Alterative rids system of impur- ities ond teciSs to build np npr tissue which more- vigor for you. If you are tired'and run down, if your nerves need new nourish- ment and you want the glow of fa your chtcfes, try this remark- able tonic; Ihe' formula of which Is printed on tlo libel for jour protection, Price per bottle at our Perular Store. The KENNY ALLIN Co., Ltd THS PENILAK Phoi-3 1MT Ntxt Dilln FISH FOR LENT We have an exceptionally good supply cf canned fish seasonable the prices we ere selling for makei tnl a few of SOCK EYE brand. Nothing finer packed, flat tins, each...............25c Tall t'ns, each.......................... 45c ALASKA. RED tall tins, ea. 38c RED COHOE brand, flit tint 21c Tall tins 36c PINK de LIs or Value brand, tall tint, -ach............................ 27c LOBSTER, Brown, Eajlc- or Beaver (i Ib; tins 40o Yz Ib. tins ....................'............70c Exceptional Values 1 A _ 1 6 Cylinder Mitchell.. like new 1 1 '4 Cylinder Studebaker Roadster 2" 18 Model 490 Touring Cars, 1 17 Model Ford Touring Car 117 Model Ford Touring Car i Ford Delivery Truck 1 Chevrolet Delivery Truck when pricis lower. Beiides being about aj cheap a food as we of. Here are a In oil, and Ice, Imported, per tin 26c Imported, tin.....27c Stripe, per tin Itc Deep Sea. flat tini ......23c or Eastern, per tin...... 27c freih. per tin ...___ 15c HERRING TOMATO SAUCE, per HOLLAND HERRlNft-Oenulne keB........................... imported, per LIBERAL REDUCTIONS MADE BY THE DOZEN OR CASE LOTS. THE GOOD CO., LTD. Baalim Motor Co.; Ltd. SEVENTH OF POST OFFICE Says Wilson Was "Stage Man- ages" at S. Needs European Markets REMEMBER 664 IS THE'LETHBRIOGE TAXI CO.'S PHONE NUMBER -Office 'Suggestions SEALING WAX BLOTTING PAPER INK THUMB TACKS TICKET PUNCHES CHECKING PENCILS- EYELET MACHINES BOARD AND BOX FILEt- ADDING MACHINE ROLLS TYPEWRITER RIBBONS TYPEWRITER PAPER THE TWENTIETH CENTURY BOOK STORE 514'4th Ave. Phone CIS ANNOUNCEMENTS Fire-insurance in Cansnraa. Ameri- can, and British standard companies. We would appreciate any business In this line. Dowsley I.aud Agency. Dr. P. W. ha8 commBnced dehtkl practice In bis new Suite 3, Oliver Block. We ffree distribution one thousand Handsome calendars. 'Call W. -F. Nelso'n Co. Miss C'lHs'sie I: Gardner gives sham- poo ami, scalp treatment by appoint- ment at ladles' own homes or nt SOI 6th Aye. A, South. Phone 1065. Have you heard the popular Waltz Lancers by -Mire's thing new and very catchy. Victor Re- cords, Nos. L'CSObt and 2680D2. Willis Pianos. Ltd., "The House of 707 3rd Avc. S. Feb. is going through such a crisis" ot'over-pfodiic- tlon that si" e needs European markets as much as Europe needs her goods, in the opinion of the Popolo Romano, which today comments on President Wilson's note relative to the Adriatic settlement. .Urging United States Senators Jjodge, Sherman and Kuox to "show the strength ot the majority of the seua'tc In preventing 'Mr. 'Wil- son's Interference in European, af- the newspaper adda: "Secretary Lansing resigned too late. He was a con- scientious and loyal man until he went o1 Paris where, becoming the blind nstrument ot Wilson, he ost the esteem of friends and adver- saries alike. Mr. 'Henry While and Cen. Blisp y.oro fMtln fact marionettes which were moved at the pleasure of the slape-manager of tho theatre at Versailles. At'the same time Col. House was entrusted to the negotiation of foreign' affairs, not for America lint for President Wilson. ".Mr. assisted by a very competent staff, repaired many presi- dential blunders. JIa opposed tho league of nations and favored the es- 'ablishment of ah international tri-' bual sufficiently strong to pass valid verdicts.1' He also differed from Mr. Wilson'on the Russian question man- dates, the'Adriatic .dispute and the Turkish problem." .Will the partlet who advertised for also'for red mitt, please call for same at tho Herald office, as these have been found. VOTE Or CONFIDENCE IN SPANISH GOVERNMENT '.MADRID, Feb. iipunish government -was given a vote of confidence yesterday, the result lug 120 toHhree The result of this victory, however, was called into ques- ilon by the fact that all Otalonian juernbers and tho followers of former Premiers Romanes and DC la Cervcra lett the1 room before balloting began. MEETINGS Supper In Y. M. C. A. All Sunday, school teachers and of- ficers and all others Interested 1n pro rioting the Interests of the boys am! 6f .Lethbridgo arc reminded ol Ihe supper being held in the Y. M J. A. on. Thursday at 6.45 under the. auspices ot'the Boys' Welfare "Coun cil. Practical addresses and discus ilon of common problems. Admission fifty ccntf, to cover coat of supper. 41 MILL RATE FOR MOOSE JAW MOOSE JAW, Sask., Feb. The first .draft ot the 1920 civic estimates which icsll for an estimated net bud- pet of for the year, when con- "sidered with the budgets ot the public school and Collegiate boards totalling ?282.650, Incltcale that ths tax rate tor liubllc school supporters this year will bo In the neighborhood ot 41 Born Mr. and Mrs. T. O Turne.-, February 2nd, a son, Willian Ormlston. Born Mr. and Mrs. A. K Uedwell, 610 13th St. N., ou Kebruarj loth, a BOD. Clrt of Think! Tilrt. Alex. Ford, Milk irishe to thank the-many who si liinrtly assisted her during Illness of Mr. Ford. NATIONAL DAIRY COUNCIL OFFICERS W1XNIPEG. Feb. IS.-r-B. H. Stone house, of Toronto, was olecled presi- dent of the National Dairy Council along with the" following officers: Vice-president, Alex. McKay; east- ern executive, T. II.- Stonehouse, To- ronto; M. M. Edd, Exeter, Ont.; S. F. Bpyer, Montreal; J. ningham, Otta- wa; Capt. Dlxon, Truro, N.S. Western executive: Alex. 'McKay, Winnipeg; P. Pallesen, Calgary; .1. W. Berry, Vancouver; M. C. Alder, Moose Jaw. Cold Today, Cough Tomorrow, WhatNextWeek A neglecled cold' Is almost cer- tain to-reauH in R cough and From the cough-'may coma more serious Complications. Don't chance's.1 Stop in tho Lake Mart, flyal's Lixacoid will Ec'crJiripllsh the task In a very jhort :-titno.''It Is pleasant to talio and will not keep you from work. Just n mild, pleas- ant, laxative cold remedy. Keep It hjndy in the home. OPEN UNTIL NINE O'CLOCK TONIGHT RED CROSS DRUG Phont 664 llrff. THE WEATHER Vancouver 3S 35. Cloudy Calgary 4S 34 Clear' Lotlibrldee------- 46 2? Cloiidy 30 21 Snow Winnipeg.......2 -14 Clear Edmonton to 38 Clear Medicine Hat 40 36 Cloudy Saskatoon...... 40 22 Clear Port Arthur C -C Vilt.' Weather past 24 hours has been fair aud mild 'In Alberta and Saskatchewan and moderately cold in Maniloba. Light snowfalls in n few scattered sec- tions ot Manitoba anil Saskatchewan. Forecast few light snowfalls with rismp; temperatures, Thursday milder. fair and mild today and Thursday. and inlld today and Thursdav. AND DISTRICT' I Spur to Eican i The Board of ilaihvay Commission, ers has Issued an order authorizing the C. P. H. to build spare for Cam- Irian Coal Co., Elcan, Alta, Court Unity, A.O.F. Will hold their regular meetlug la JIary's hall tomorrow (Thursday) S o'clock. Social will fol- low the meelinu. Visiting brothers welcome. MILITARY APPOINTMENT REGIN'A, gask., Feb. J. L, n. Parsons, C.M.G., D.S.C., A.D.C., has been appointed general slirf officer of Military District N6. 12, according to an official today. The appointment dates back to Jan- uary 1 and the first to be made in this district under ro-organlzallon on u peace tooling. Col. Parsons bad a bril- liant record overseas. He enlisted in the original Twenty-eighth Uattallon and [ransferred to the Second Divis- ional staff ir, 1515. At the conclusion of the war he wag G, S. C. of Ihe First Canadian Division. In addition to C. M.O. and D. S. O., Col. Parsons has Crolx do Guerre and Lcgfon of Honor. The mainsUiT of the ancienls, find expression of the" fullest value in A VISIT TO THE P. M. McKINNON GARAGE When you have trouble will corwlnca .you that we are Hasten on Repairing any Motor Trouble, HEADQUARTERS FOR TIRES AND ACCESORIES Rear Union Bank Phone 740 SOME EXCEPTIONAL VALUES IN SECOND HAND CARS. FRENCH COAL MINERS MAY STRIKED FOR PENSION I'AHIS, Feb. Threats of an early general miners' strike arc made by members of the coal miners' union because of dissatisfaction over the ac- tion of Ihe Chamber of Deputies jcs (erday in voting adversely on a pro- posal for pensions for coal diggers. Notice to Our Customers We would ask the liind co-operation of'our customers in return- ing 10 our drivers all pialn bottles In their iioSi-esslon. Wo would appreciate'this acllmi on the part of our customers as we do not to have to charge for our bottles. All plain bottles In Leth- bridge belong to us ancl with the co-operation of our customers we hope lo be able at all times (o Rive our cuEtomori a supply of puru rich, pasteurized milk in sanitary bottles nt the best possible price, whlrh Is until further advised. )5c per quart delivered. Truly yours, Chief Mountain Creamery Co., PHONE 1929 Ltd. During I'crlh rwimly spent on the good roida scheme. The-tonic food and reconstruc- tive for Invaluable in "Grippe" or influenza Cases J.D.HIGIN3QTHAM LIMITED Wholesale and Retail ChemlsU Alberta's Pioneer Druggist! Phones 1615 snd K2 Debate at Wesley Tonight An incr-church Forward Movement tlebatc TviH( be held In Weslqy church tonight on'tho subject of tuning! Mr. Robert Johnson and anotLer UnlleO church representative ivill.uphold the affirmative, while the negative will be by Mr, It L. Norinnii and Dr. Lovering.; Rev. Barrow's Answer Delayed ..SL Augustlu's congregation has re' ceiyed 'word froia Kev. Slajor Barrow, who has .been-oifered the rectorship, Btatiiig that before nccejiting, be musl seciire the consent of the Tlishop ol the diocese and Ma final answei1 will be .delayed a short time. i Form Water Users'Association A'meeting has been called jilacc on Saturday, February 21, at 2 at tho Coaldale school of water users along the Cameron ami North cast'laterals of the C- P. R. irrigatioi biock.'for the purpose of forming a water users' association. A. Is honorary sscretary ot tho proposed or LLOYD GEORGE'S VIEW ON CANADA'S STATUS ALL BIDE REJECTED ON GERMAN SHIPS of oil bids received for the former Ger- man passenger ahlps'Offered for eale by the shipping h'oard was recommend- ed to Ihe senate commerce committee today by Chairman Payne of tb9 board, who asked authority to renew negot- iations for (be salo ot the vessels for operation under tly; American flag. UNIONIST CAUCUS OTTAWA. Feb. Is altogether likely that Itie Unionist caucus will be held here during the first .week in March, although the date baa not been definitely fixed. Sir Cicorgc Foster will preside an It Is not likely that Sir liobert Hordcn will liars returned lo the capital by that time.' OTTAWA, Feb. (By Canadlar interesting sidelight on the attitude of Great Britain toward Canada's right to (a yole in the Lea guo of Nations is 'furnished in a lei ter written on September 1, 1310, bj David George, premier of Grea Britain, and. made available for pub llcalion today in view of Its particula interest at, tho present time. Til leltcr In question! which was written lo reads ii part as follows: have much to learn from on another and mucli to do In common Especially is this so now that Can ada with the other dominions, ha been accorded national status Ih peace conference." ROB GRAVES IN VIENNA VIENNA, Feb. van dallsin and robbery !n cemeteries ha led 16 demands for police protection jvewspapers say graves and vault have been despoiled, articles of Ih Hlffrhtest value stolen and coffin smashed for firewood. For Colds, Grip or Influenza and as a Provenlallve, taKO LAXA T1V0 nnOMO QUININE TABLETS for H. W. OKOVKS signature o tlio 30c. We Must Economize The only way to do this is to 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. BEST" is handled by all up to date grocers. ELEVATOR CO., LTD. This Department is Stocked With Honest Goods at Honest Prices We think it will be irorlli your while to try us out when, you do j-our spring painting. Remember, at present you cannot afford to neglect your buildings, HOOTS or furniture. Paint and VarnUli jueau added life, not to mention improved appearance. Harte Hopply Co. PHONIt 1112 .nd Hit Offla, 1MI A little in terest Now and Tten __ 'J. Goshwallop Brown, hanker, senda In his Pierce. Arrow to have, the, cam shaft aligimd. You do the job. l A few weks later he sends In for a new tire. Do you or don't you take a jieek at that cam shaft to be- sure nos gettinj; satisfaction? If I knew Uiat I'd take a bet on your business Especially i[ I knew you treated Pat Hooligan, grocer, way.- We do iu both cases. THE GRAHAM MOTOR Co., Ltd. SIXTH SO'JTH TURPENTINE FROM B. C. FIR VICTORIA, B. C., Feb. new ndustry for British Columbia wliich, according to its, advocate C. Oliver of the Doaglas. Fir Turpentine Co., of California, promises to have most wonderful possibilities, is being con- idered ty Hon. TvD. Patlullo hnd Ihe experts of the forests products de- Tho Douglas fir, which Mr.' Oliver describes as' "the most valu- nble economic timber In the world and one of tie prime assets of British Col- can, he declares, be made-to produce hundreds'.' of millions of dol- ars' worth of- turpentine, resin and dlher by-producls1 while at the same .ima the timber growth of the tree can. lie enormously accelerated. UNDERTAKINC MACKAY and BELL J03 3rd Avc-'Ji 1MT YOU'tlL LIKE '-.WORK1 FROM WESTBROOkBROS''- Barbers. Opp. Baik of Montreal _____LABORER KILLED _ EDMONTON', Feb. 1C. Albert Black, a laborer, nged 25, was killed Monday morning by the caving in oE a brick chimney on which he was' working at. Waller's mills, on the j south side. Four other workers nar-' rowly escaped. Black lias no rela- tives in Edmonton, but is thought lo have a brother In "Toronto. BQNDS Surety BoiuTs, .Court Bcndc, Fidelity Bouds, Contract Bonds. Bonds ol-anf or an.ount arranged in shortest possible time.' 1C needing a bond aes ur. THEEDGETT AGENCIES Ltd. Balmoral Slock, PHONE 651 INSURANCE AND LOANS PHONE 492 FOR Coultry's Superior MEATS Green Adams Rear of Herald Office Horse Hides M Hides, Pelts and Furs bought at Top Market Price! Reference: Standard Bank ol Canada. PHONES: Office Residence 1386 2C-0 Wall Papers WE HAVE A VERY LARGE STOCK TO SELECT FROM, AND AT PRICES TO SUIT ALL PURSES. Robertson's Book Store Lethbrldge Hotel Building. Phone 126S WE PAY THE HIGHEST PRICE 'Far Hides, Pelts, Furf, advise vou to sell idem now. LETHBRIOGE HIDE, PELT A FOR CO., LTD. phone 799. Residence S25 Reference: Standard 8an'< -ffv EVERYTHING for the OFFICE PRINTING, PAPER RULING, BOOK BINDING AGENTS FOR UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER TYPEWRITERS REP AIRED EVERALL'S LIMITED SOUTHARD BLftCK THIRD AV1NUI tOUTH ;