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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta EmtON NORDHSIMER I PHONOGRAPHS PIANOS j ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. T 1 "Everything Musical" 1 Mh ttntt Phong 1W6. DAILY HERALD IT COSTS LESS TO EAT.t tfe COMMERCIAL CAFE QUALITY UK -PRICES DOWN A Complexion Cream for Many Needs In Gmnltm Court Double Combina- tion Cream wo offer a preritration that combines the uses of many jcreHiiift in a single unit. Klf.il aa ;t massage or vanlflhinfc cream clpanspB ths thoroughly. Ap- plied before exposure, protects llie> skin iim and wind. It provides an excellent foundation for Garden Court Kaco Powder, civ- iug the complexiou a natural, pleas- ing depth. Both cream and powder arc frag- rant with the dtetinctiro bnumiet pof- geesetl by all the Garden Court toilet-' tries. Double Combination 50c Garden Court Face Powder .......75c The Stokes Drug Co, Ltd. AND NEXT DALLAS HOTEL VhONE Saturday Night Specials New Laid Efgi; per fresh tssortod, Ib. 45c Chocolates; assorted creams; Ib., SOc Candy Kisses, assorted; fcer Ib. .30 THE GOOD CO., LTD. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HIGH-CLASS GROCERS. LETHiRIDGE STORE. RIGHT NOW, MEANS YOU! Is your car ready to roll out in the spring, fitted for tho season's rua? Have you had the rerairs mido that you promised yourself last you irould hare? Are the valves newly around, rarboa transmission and differential cleaned out and freshly lubricated? Have you had the adjustments .made that will reduce the noise and friction? Hire you bad "it inspected so YOU know it is safe? Perhaps you think what littlo you want done on be dona uuickly at time. Are you allowing time enough ahead to set auy new inspection may show you your Nothing to be by delaying, Mr. Motorut. See us today! Baalim Motor Co.. Ltd FOR THI AUTO BREAD is THE CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD Ik Big White Loaf li An-jrwi By Using PRIDE-OF ALBERTA OR MOTHERS' FAVORITE TAYLOR MILLING ELEVATOR CO. WHOOPING COUGH Sufferers from Whoop- ing Cough, and all Bronchial conditons find immediate relief from the atmosphere created by the use of Vapo-Cresoline. Vapo-CrtMline (apparatus com- Vapo-Cresoline (liquid, Vnpo-Cresoline (liquid, Vapo-Cresoline Wicks. Vapo-Crcaoline Burners, Vapo-Creaolirm Globes, Etc.. Etc. J.D.HIGINBOTHAM CO, LIMITED Whoteult Rnill Clwmlttt Phones AllMrta, VHE WEATBBM Vancouver........ 41 37 Nelson 21 18 1X1 montern -2 -14 Calgary 0 -6 1 Medicine Hit...... i Retina -JO -2a Saskatoon -12 Prince Albert -B -36 Winnipeg -14 -26 Port Arthnr...... 14 -16 The weather the past twenty-four hours has been fajr and very cold Manitoba and Saskatchewan, pan cloudy and cold in Alberta. Forecasts Manitoba and and very cold today and on Snnday. and decidedly cold, a little higher temperature on Sunday. Sales approximated 400.000 shares. Rain Clear Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Clear Clear Clear CITY AND DISTRICT Old-timer Visits Mr. Fishe, an old-timer of Calgary and a member ot the city engtneerinc staff, is u visitor in Lethbridge. Fine for Boou At the city, police court, on Satur- day, w. PatWrson was fined ?30, with costs, for being in possession of liquor In other than a private dwel- ling Building Permits A building permit, to the value of has been taken out by James Masson for retire to workshop on Urd St. S., and one of J500 by the I Standard Agencies, Ltd., lor repair! to -house on Sth St. S. At this season of extreme cold the age rapidly unless you employ the right agents for its _ protection. Use a skin, cream that softens, nour- ishes, and protects the outside tissues. There to nothing better for this purpose than our OUR ALMOND TOILET LOTION Oil of Almonds has long been known as a most perfect agent for softening the ikta and feed- ing the tissues. Thia cream il daintily per- fumed and use is a delight to those who'wiah to give their skin proper care. Price, SOc the Bottle THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. LIMITED Sherlock Bldo. SU Handy Andy Says: Hardware Satisfaction is the natural result of selling good quality why we have so manjtpleased customers. The very fact that we have so many permanent cuatomera among the expert Carpenters and Mechanics of this, section is a good indication that our tools and other hardware is right, for even if looks should be deceiving it does not take an expert workman long to detect inferior quality when the tools are put to a test. You can depend on everything you buy here because it's guaranteed to satisfy. Consumers' Hardware Supply Coy Business 1212, 1919 Office, 1020 Checking Up Sales Tax Two inspectors of the Inland Itev- enue Department are in Lethbridge today checking merc.hauts on their returns in relation to the sales tax., Inspector X. Saucier, of Calgary, is i here with Inspector Blair, an auditor.' Small Figure Indicates That Un- j employment Not At All Church services will be held at Diamond in the church at 3 o'clock oenoag j every Sunday afternoon, commeneirig i j Feb. 20th, conducted by Rev. G. S I Only forty men are registered in' Hamilton from Coaloiirst. Mr. Ham- j Lethbridge today as unemployed. This 'ilton was unable to. give service at i ANNOUNC1 up. Special hairdressings, etc. Phone Mrs. Woods, Scalp and Medical Massage. Combines made 1710 for appointments. Hairdressing Pariors, ground floor. Ladies Block, A few dreamfleld oil shares for sate. I Phone 150S. 975 UNDERTAKING MACKAY PARLORS W3 Third Avenue 1M2 Miss Chrissie I. Gardner, shampoo and scalp treatment and facial mas- sage by appointment. Phoue 733 Suite 5, Higinbotham Block. 70 M. M. MacBride. M. P. P., was read out of the Labor Party in Ontario, Stop That with WHITE PINE and SPRUCE BALSAM, Mentholated. Combina- tion of tested ingredients, for cough, bronchial irritation, hoarseness, of voice, 'Caused by a cold. The People's Drug Store 414 13TK ST. N. W. H. MCCAFFREY. PHONE 445 OPEN UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK EVERY NIGHT. does not represent the entire cumber of men out of rwork in the city but Diamond lust' Sunday morning as was expected owing to weather con- j ditious. it is all who have registered with the local branch of the provincial labor bureau. This figure has beea reduc-1 Salvation Army Seek to mg every week. Campaign When it is taken into consideration I the -all day tomorrow that a lot men are working on part I (Sunday) Adjutant Hardy, the Army time and again that many man come j assisted by Lieut. Yarlett, to the city for a day or two and go i wi" Conduct all the meetings; in the away againi it can be seen that the Holiness .service an im- forty does not give a idea address on Separation vs. the exact situation in regard to mi- pVorldllnosa; at S p.m., a praise ser- SARONGS BULK CHOCOLATES RECEIVED THIS MORNING NOUGATINES CARAMELS JAPANESE CREAM PEPPERMINTS CREAM DROPS SPECIAL FOR perlb--------........ CREAM VANILLAS BUTTER CREAM WAFERS OPERAS MAPLE WALNUTS 75c APE reOMPT WEARE CAREFUL" employment within the city. vice; and at 7.30 p.m. a great Sulva- During this week twenty-nvo men applied for work and sixteen were fortunate. Those placed were: six farm hands, one clerk, one baker, six laborers and two teamsters. Eight men obtained casual employment. In the women's section four place- ments out of seven applications were made. Three housekeepers got nvork and one housemaid. Four women .were given casual work. Model Bakery-Quality Bread "BEST BY TEST1 MODEL BAKERY N. J. SCHWEITZER, Prop. PHONE 1175. NEW WESTMINSTER SCHOOLS MAY RE-OPEN ON MONDAY NEW WESTMINSTER, Feb. There is a possibility that the city schools will re-open on Monday morn- ing as a result of developments in the strike of the teaching staff this morning. At a meeting of the board of school trustees today, practically every point for which'the teachers contended was conceded by the trus- :ees. The board agreed to recognize the teachers' association, and a com- imtteo composed of representatives of the teachers and the school board will consider the salary question. Failing .p agree on a new salary schedule" both sides agree to submit the ques-! ion to arbitration. addreBli band, under Hardy, will render good selections of music. All are most heartily .welcome. Faith, Works, and Contributed. St. Mission The mission at St. Mary's, North Lethbridge, to be by the Phone 1524 for Your Drug Wants Open Sunday Night 7. P.M. TO 9. P.M. i The HUSBAND DRUG CO. PHONE 1524. OPEN EVERY SUNDAY NIOHT. NEXT THE GOOD CO. 4 CHAIRS GOOD SERVICE Weitbrook Broi. St. Opp. Bank of Montreal. PETER LUND COMPANY DEALER IN.LUMBER, HARDWARE AND FARM IMPLE- MENTS AGENTS FOR J. I. Case Threshing Ma- chine Co.; alto for the Co., Ltd. R. C. MERITHEW Sales Representative. Apply P.a Box 189. Phone 516. The case of SchwarU vi Guerin to a finish a few minutes iftir four o'clock with Mr. Justice Ives giving judgment in favor of J.. H, Guerin, of the Farmers and Merchants Bank, Sweet Grast, Montana, hi all three actions, 'that of Joseph Schwartz, of Annie his wife, and of William Schwartz, his sen. In. the casetof the plain- tiffs, Annie and William Schwartz, costs were-made to apply on the scile of. the respective amounts of the mortgagee executed by them, d in the cste of Joseph Schwartz costs on the highest Kilt. Hev. Cyril Bickersteth, will open to- morrow (Sunday) with the celebra- tion of Holy Communion at S.30 a.m. There will be matins at 11; children's service-at 3; and mission servic'e.at 7.30 p.m. On Monday there will be a celebration at 10 a.m.; children's service at 4.15; and mission oervice at 8 n.ra. A cordial invitation to at- tend the services Is given the sol- diers' wives from the soldiers'" fioltle- menta who are in the city. W. Dafoo Speaks "Y" Sunday There will be the usual meeting for men at the "T" .Sunday when the Rev. V. yv. Dajoa will be the special speaker. The meeting commences sharp at 5 o'clock, and a cordial Invi- tation. Is extended Jo all men. There will be no Strangers' Tea afterwards this week but tbe following Sunday it will be held usual. Loyal Order of Moon Keeping Its reputation as the great- est of entertainers, In putting on an "old time" smoker "792" had a large crowd last evening at the lodge hall, all the well-known fraternal societies being well represented "by visitors. The usual friendly carpetball games were indulged in, and a 12-tabIe whist tournament caused, diversion. Iii the SPECIALS AT WILSONS FOR SAT. 89c 1 TIN OF TOMATOES 1 TIN OF CORN 1 TIN OF PEAS t 1 TIN SLICED PINEAPPLES per dozen .28c 4 tins for FREE DELIVERY D. R. WILSON 1112 STH AVE. SOUTH. PHONE B7. carpetball games, the fell tot the Moose, Bro. Geo. Jqaes, an. leading.hia team to. victory. .Jimmy: Drysdale with his team of "Yets" to accept defeat to Jack McGilvary'sl team of The smoker! committee wish to tender thanks to S.D. Lewis, R. Jones ot Mooseoeart, 111., for his able address on "Our Or- and to Bros. M. and J. Crarmey, MerricJt Schoflcld, J. Chandler and Sam Atberton for thoir musical con- tributions, and to Mr. J. Livio for his able recitation, "How Bill Adam Won the-Battle of to all thosfi other brothers and Tisitors who aaeisted to make the erening a success, not forgetting our worthy brothef W. R. Ward in the chair. Quite a notable feature of the evening was the .visit ot the 1F.A-, after parade, 18th Brigade, the civilian crowd present giving them fuir lion- Hockey Meeting The hockey, team wil! meet at skating rink Sunday 2.30. afternoon at 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 Jiad. For Quality. Flavor, and Volume, see 'that you get "OUR BEST? SOLD BY ALL LEADING t MERCHANTS Ellison Milling Elevator Company, Ltd. Births, Deaths, Funerals Births, Pi-rwnl of Thankm, IK Mwnarlim, MO rled In thta column 10 etnti ptf line, minimum Me, In Died in the city, on February 19th, Patrick v Joseph Cunningham, aged 53 .The fun- oral will take place from tbe resi- dence of his son, J. F. Cunningham, 408 12th St. A, South, on Monday, PebruarJ Jilbt, at 9.45 a.m., and .pro- ceed to St. Patrick's church, where services will be conducted by the Father McCafferty. Intermeni. will take place, in the St. Fitrick cemetery. T. S. Fotterly, tunersj dl-. rector. 977 Local Council of Girl Guides is post- poned Itttil Mo'nday, February 28th, on of. the delegation of Hold- i' Wives. G. W. V. A. Executive Meeting .The O.W.V.A. executive will meet Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the club Saskatchewan Church Union plans. ._., ire being evolved by local The regular uionthly meeting of thetiog committeeB. THE DOLLAR SALE Extrabrdiiiary Values. SEE OyR WINDOWS AND SHOW CASES THf FRANK HEDUI DRUG CO, PHONE 772. PRESCRIPTION A NEW INDUSTRY (THE ONLY ONE IN THE WEST) WE HAVE INSTALLED A MODERN PLANT FOR MANUFACTURING COUNTER CHECK BOOKS Carbon Leaf or Carbon Blck Stylet. Send your (implt for our price. PROMPT DELIVERY. f EVER ALL'S LIMITED, STATIONCM AND PRINTERS THIRD AVENOI MUtH ;