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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EDISON PHONOGRAPHS NORDKEIMER PIANOS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical" 315 6th Street SoutS Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD KNAPMAK PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. 124S Finh Avenue S. Sunday Hours 4 9 The KENNY ALLIN Co., Ltd TH5 PINiLAR STORE Nixt Dilln Flowers and children never thrlvs ir. umaiiiUry conditions. Pltsse contribute to the K.P.C.S. fund. J Orange Marmalade AT THE PRICE WE ARE SELLING IT FOR7s FOOD IN COMPARISON TO A GREAT MANY OTHER LINES, IN FACT THE NEXT LOT WE BUY WILL COST US CON- SIDERABLE MORE MONEY OWING TO THE RAISE IN AND GET SOME NOW WHILE OUH PRICE !S DOWN. KING 4 ft tins, each 95c 4 ft tins, 95c THE GOOD CO., LTD. Flowers and children never thrive in un.anit.rx toncNtlow. contribute the K.P.C.S. fund. .xceptional. Values 1 6 Cylinder Mitchell, like 1 8 Cylinder Studebaker, like Cylinder Studebaker 2 18 Model 490 Touring Cars, eieh 1.17 MedelFord Touring 1 1? Model Ford 1 Fard Delivery Truck............... i Chevrolet Delivery Truck Hold a Most Successful Gath- ering at the Y. M. C. A Large Attendance Co., Ltd. POST OFFICE "Your dollar will hefp to make, the Shelter children 1 Fire ineirance In canaonaa. Ameri- can ana'BrltUi standafd- would any bUsiatM In this Brie'." Dowaley' liana AjsMy. i _ iiJ A 0 Dr P. 'Wi Rfchirai' a deiUl In hti atUoes, Salts Block.- We for free distribution one aB'l handeome calendars. .Call early. W; F.- Nelson i Co. Sf-fl A Tfill held HnfsniMHi't hall, ISth St M, every JMrs. Uraa-eau's orchestra in attendance. Daaeloj fronl 8 to 12 p.m. .GenU HOC, ladies free, a. Burgiflinn jn fiords by Alexander Price.-the London UTorits. "Silver Heels" and the "Horn- p'ipo Medley." Vktor Record. No. 1WI718. is. a food oue. Willis Pinrtos, Ltd'.1. "IKe of 707 3rd ATf. S.i ;MIss ChriBste "l.-Gardner has ar- ranjted to represent-, the ToBtt Products Co., Ltd., for the dem- their beanty specialties i ?Iiwor the Z4 hours has been fair, with loirertnr twupera- .ure In Uie whole Foracaat All aad tvli. Snaday lair, -wltt taattoMrr or a IMtk hijhfr QTY AM) DISTRICT Sunday School Since the ot Mrs. B. R. Hunt will in the unto ine pariors of McKay Bell, tke Cbriatlai chureb Sunday achool ViU lie held at the usual hour. of Child The fleata centred thii moroinc ol Normac. sou of Mr and Mrs. James Mackwood, S04 7th St. A! South. Death was due to pneii monia compllcatioBS following an at tack of measles. No Owing to the fact that the ice caoi not be got In shape In -thD Taber Rnox junior hocTtey game billed fo tonight Is called off. tAn effort, how ever, will be made to stwe the tw nights of tbe carmlVal MOT day and Tuesday. feb. 10th, a aon. I YVe- some gooi Concertina Re- REMEMBER 664 IS THE LETHBRIOQE TAXI CO.'O PHONE NUMBER Card of Thankl llrs. James M. Kelly vrishfs to con- voy to her many friends her deep thanks for their kindly help and. sym- pathy during her recent lie- renvemcnt :m4 for the heaullfn! floral tributes. SEALING WAX _ 9LOTTINQ PAPER" INK THUMB TACKS TICKET PUNCHES' CHECKING PENCILS EYELET MACHINES BOARD AND BOX FILES ADDING MACHINE ROLLS TYPEWRITER RIBBONS TYPEWRITER PAPER THE TWENTIETH CENTURY BOOK STORE 514 Ave. PhonJ 613 Funeral Notice The funeral of the Into Mrs. Kvrcll K. Hunt will take place tomorrow moining (Sundny) frpra the undertak- ing parlors ot MacKay Bell, at (instead of .the Christian.churcii ir'niclj was prevtotiGly 0. Curtis officiating. Inter- incr.t will he mnrle fn the Albion Htdgo cemetery. Died Forstcr, agcci yeart, a pioneer of Can da, nt the resilience of his snn. George Korater, at Allen, Bask., on February IJtli. Durlal tooX place at Allen, Sask. Mr. Korstcr waa the grandfathor of .Mrs. T. S. Felterly, of this city. fact that the Sunday school teachers of the city. to n very great inaheir hamls the future of the city, and the destinies ot its boys and itrls. He pointed out iliat in modern .we have a new standard of nobillly. that ot service to huminlty .nd that In this nobility of toasy the Sunday school teacher took a place dignity Str. Manbcy's dealt with the orgaolutlon of the' Roys' Welfare Council of the city and pointed out that it is an sff-shoot of the Canadian National Advisory Committee for cfl. operation in boys' work which is com. posed of official representatives ifrom the Sunday school and young peopled departments of all 'the Protestaiv churches of Canada. gave an inspiring ac count of the work accomplished In St Brunswick, under the Can adian Standard Efficiency Training program. He declared that the pro gram had been given a thorough tes in that city and that the people there were enthusiastic regarding its re- sults. Hamilton's address on ''The Value of Mid-week .Meeting for tho Sunday School contained mine of valuable information. Per- Ihe most striking points In her nrjdrcss (which was based to a great extent on her own experience with a class of boys) were these, that the mid-week meeting is ii practical re- minder to the boys or girls that re- ligion is not a matter for Sunday only but Is and must be taken into the dally life; and thai the mill-week meeting enables the teacher to obtain that personal relationship to tho boy or girl iviHiout which any eflorLs in Sunday school would prnve useless. After listening lo Mrs. Hamilton's con- Welfare Council to convene, further vincing array of facts no one present i assemblies of a like nature from time could doubt the responsibility of every j to achool teacher for meeting Change in Pictures W6M'Vas: received late this noon by Manager Fleming of Starlan that the advertized attraction, Ethe Clayton, in "Women's Weapons, would not arrive on time on' Monday so Dorothy Gieh in "Nobody- Home will mBtead. Notice in the city, o Feb. 'alit, 1920, Konnau, aged seve years, beloved sen of Mr. and Mr jas. Mackvorjd. 9M 7th St. A, Sout The funeral will take place on Mo day, Feb. 23, at 2 o'clock, Xrom 'Ye terly'a parlors, the Her. C. B. Crag in the public cemetery. No More Gas on the stomach or Sour Stomach! No More Heavy Feeling After.Meals or Comtipatlon! If you have'sour stomach, conslipa- tiou or gas stomach try JUST oKl'clatlng. Interment.will take pla> OXEDOSEtif. simple buckthorn Saft aligned..' Vou A few weekl inids In for new tire.' Do you or don't ym take at thit cam ture he's If I knew that I'd a on your bualnctt If Pat grower, the tarns way. We do In both T. THE tRAHAM MOTOR ,CO. Ltd. 414 STREET SOUTH Kylemorc ia the market fin .lts. Dn- ;ot. Hel- ena MACKAY and BELL JOB tra Avwiu't Memorial to Royal Automobile Club -The nttcn'.ion ot all officers ,of.tho Canadian Bxpeoittonary Force ia again directed to tbo Memorial to the Royal Automobile Club; As the subscrip- tion list will close In Military District. No. 13 next week, it is requested that any officers who intend subscribing will forward (heir subscriptions (limited to one dollar) to the A. A. SL Q. M. 0. without delay. LONG BEACH' EXPERIENCES OLD-TIME REAL ESTATE BOOH Store Pnanei 1615 and 322 the Shelter. You will then help to move According to word received from Mr. Wilbur Hcrfop, who at present spending.a vacation at Long Ueach, California, quite n reai estate boom has started there. With no visible reason land has been rising in some cases to overnight. Tho land boom' down south, says Mr. Hoslop, i reminds him of the old real estate I booms such as took) place iu Caljcary ten yesrs ago. with his c'.aps at loaat once during the i week, In addition to the usual Sun- circumstances permit.., Tlie occasion conslilered as a whole; hss served to bind together the Sun- ilay school forces of the city anil to MEETINGS 0. W. V. A. Social Committee There will he a injetlnj of the O, V. A. fioclal committee In the club rooms on Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. All members aro requested to be preaent. ilay class meeting. ncqualnt them with their common .Mrs lodgms adi, s and nnll has the subject, .Wwk ish new for ir, a highly interesting way, .Mrs. llndgins is enthusiastic ing the Canadian girls in training pro- gram anrl showed its practical work- ing value by her experiences.with hjcr zlrls' classes In North Ixjlhbrldgo. It was (.elt fiy moat at Ihoee proscdl that Ihe'gathering had proved Itself ta bo altogether worth while snd it ff ALBERTA WILL ASK DOMINION TO TAKE PLEBISCITE ON LIQUOR the work to be done. Thi; next work to be undertaken by A the Hoys' Welfare'Council will he i jf "Father nnri Son" campaign to ba if held early in March. Wife of a Kalanmoo, Mich., man Baya ho desertB her every winter, and sl'.o wants a divorce, naming thg almanac ns co-respondent. Please Return All Bottles We uli.tliu lilnd co-opcralion of our cuMotaerj In ir.g to our tirlvers .-ill plain liotllca in tholr We iroBKl this aclion on tha pirt of our customera aa wo aot to have to c'larjo for tur bo'.tlfti. AH pkln ta belong to us ami wllli Hi- oo-opcration of our contomors lu'jpa trj Ijtj .lU'e fit u> our a supply of por'j ri'h, milk in pnnljary botOcs at tho boat pos? price, 'n until further ndviwl, lie PER QUART DELIVERED. CHIEF MOUNTAIN CRFAMERY Co., Ltd. PHONE 1949 CMcnpi laundries increitcd prices for