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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EDISON PHONOGRAPHS NORDMEIMER- PIANOS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. Musical1' 6th Street South Phone IDGE DAILY HERALD KNAPMAN PLUMBING CO. 1248 FIFTH AVENUE S. Very Good, Indeed TASTLESS Cod Liver Extracts A wine-Hka Competition of very tasty cNirscter, serving as ,a vehicle in which to carry the active medicinal principles of Cc-d Liver Extract. It makes a body builder, lung strengthener, flesh restorer, general system tonic, un-qualled by any other kind of Combination- Recovering from cofd, weak system, emaciated bodies and (or chronic coughs and colde. here is a preparation that can be depended upon. The KENNY ALLIN Co., Ltd THI PKNILAR fhont HI? Nixt Dallit Flowers and children never thrive in unsanitary conditions. Please contribute to Ihe K.P.C.S, fund. f Raisins Up In Price And if they be brought in today would cost at least 50Ci more than we are selling them for. For the balance of this week we are selling at th; following exceptionally low prices. Stock up before we will have to advance our prices which be 11 oz. Packets. Seeded, each 20c 15 oz. Packets, Seeded, each................. 25c 5 Ib. Pickets. Sesded, each J1.JO 25 Ib. Boxes. Seeded, each............... Smyrna, genuine imported from S-nyrna, per pcund................................... 40c 11 oz. Packets, Seedless, each 20c 15 oz. Packets Seedless, each -----1......... 25o 5 Ib. Packers Seedless, each 25 Ib. Boxes Muscatels, each. 55.65 Australian Vajenclss, 10 Its. for...........52.JO THE GOOD CO., LTD. HtSM ttird LIsinM I4M Flowers and children never thrive in unsanitary conditions. Please contribute to the K.P.C.S. fund. How Is Your Car Equipped for the Busy Season, TIRES ESPECIALLY? WE EXPECT AN ADVANCE IN PRICE. BUY NOW AT THE OLD PFIICE IN THE FOLLOWING LIST THAT WE CARRY: GOODYEAR CORD AND FABRIC DUNLOP CORD AND FABRIC DOMINION CORD AND FABRIC ROYAL OAK CORD AND FABRIC V.D.L. GUARD THREAD, GUARANTEED MILES. EVERYTHING FOR 7HE CAR Baaiim Motor Co.? Ltd. SEVENTH OF POST OFFICE Your dollar wifi help to make the Shelter children happy. Canvassers carrying on Uie Knlghbl of I'yihin.s Children'.s Fund campaign! i are jncpiiiiK oucoarnginb' success j everywhere. L'jf till la.sl nighu i I of flip objective hart beep, FolloMinp is the result hy teams: j i'artial of district canvass as i j submitted Ly captaias: I j Disc. Captains Amount! i 1 Cainain Hamsay ..........J 13.0J 2 Cai.t. Da 97.00 j 4 Capt. Iloilley 55.00 I 1 C'apt. Taylor OL'.ii j G Cajil. Collier S2.00, 7 C'apt. 27 CO i I 3 Capt. Wilson 21.00 III Capt. Douglas S4.75 '12 I'rcel............... Capt. Rosers 71.10 j 14 Capt. Lamesfelder........ 16 Rosaine 20.4U ;17 Capt. Carlson 32.00 ANNOUNCEMENTS Dr. W. RIcTiaraa has commenced a dental piBctlce in hts nair offices, Suite 3, Oliver Dlock. A Scotcli cianc? will held in Ihirgmann's hail on Friday, January 27th. DancinK from 'J till '2. Gents ?i.OT, ladies 25c. Don't forget tho silver rncdEil con- test at Wesley Hailj Thursday evening. at S o'clock. Admission ?-j cents. .Miss Christie I. Gardner lias ar- rnngfiii to represent Marguerite Toilet Prodnris Co., tor tlie dcra- ttnstration and sale of their beauty horc. Miss Gardner will continue to give facial message, sham- and treatment by appoint- ment .11 kiuieb' own homes or at 301 A. Mctfce appointment earlj- to disappointment. Phone H'tv. Don't forget the dance to be held SEALING WAX BLOTTING PAPER INK THUMB TACKS TICKET PUNCHES CHECKING PENCILS EYELET MACHINES BOARD AND BOX ADDING MACHINE ROLLS TYPEWRITER RIBBONS TYPEWRITER PAPER THE TWENTIETH CENTURY BOOK STORE 514 4th Avs, Phone 613 n the K. of P. Hall Saturday, Kcbru- iry orchestra n altendnnce. ladies rep. Every body 65-3! We bave a first-elass selection ot dance 'records; everything you .want. Willis Pianos, Ltd., TOT Srd Ave. S. CREOPHOS A Valuable Tonic for. After "the Flu." C'rcoplios is n scientific tonic containing hynopliosphitcs. wild cherry and ercofotf. combined, with the true medicinal extrac- tives found lu Uic Ijcst CoU Liv- er Oil. This valuable remedy possess- es unusual value in run down conditions, sbcying al loss of. and a tendency toward wciik lungs. Xyal's Cri'oplios also forlilies lha system, enabling weak con- stitutions (o successfully com- bat the inroads of diseased euros gives appetite and improves the general condition. Price the bottle REDCROSS DRUG BOOK CO., LTD. Phone tit th.rlo.k' lldf. Your own children make home worth while. Make the children at the Shelter happy by giving to the K.P.C.S. fund. TUB WBAfHEU Vancouver 44 Victoria 50 Xelsou .......44 Edmonton Calgary Medicine Hat Lcthbrldge Saskatoon Clear Clear Clear Clear Cloudy Fair Snow Cloudy Cloudy 4 -H j The wftuhcr the past 21 hours has I been (air and moderately culdjir- Manitoba and Saskatchewan, not so cold in Alberta. Forecast and cold Friday local snow flurrjcs, but generally fair uilh higher temperature. few local snow (lurries, but generally KBI! nisdcr- stely cold and on Friday. few local snow flumes fair today ami on Fri- day, not much change In temaeraturc. A Half Good Pistol or Revolver is Like a Half Good Egg-Not Much Account. We have the proper kind.' An order from Police is required before purchase can be made. y PHONftt 1212 ind 1911 OfflM H20 Put joy into the life of the Shelter children by giving to the K.P.C.S. fund. TtHENnlldJS For Colds, Grip or Influenza and us a Preveniatlre. taac T1V1D DKOMO QUINiNE TAB1.KTS. j Look for B. GROVE'S signature! ou tlie boi. 30c. Dance in K, of P. Hall, Friday, 27th The Cannoneers' Jazz Band has been reorganized under the direction of Mr. Kilborn. The music will good as usuaf, and they will hold their rcg-. liar dance on Friday night. 65-2 Card of Thanks Mr. and Mrs. J. 'Mncjywood wish :o convey lo their many friends their ;hanks and appreciation for their iclp and sympathy extended during heir recent sad bereavement aud also for the beuuliful floral tributes from the following: Wreaths, Mother, Daddy and Barney, Mr. and Mrs. 3. Mackwood, Ciladv.s and Noel; sprays, Mr. and Mrs. Lehman, C. U.' Jarvier J. lledman, T. H. EdmomJs, Frank Owen, P. Mills. }t. J. Hunce, T. Marlow, G. H. Heffcrman, II. Holt, C. Castles, W. A. McKay, Mrs. Clara Garboutd, Mrs. Gordon, Violet and Henderson Peebles, Mr. and Mrs. I, Ferrier, and Mrs. Martin, Bob and Keith Donaldson, Leslie and Stanley, Wilfred and Bruce, Bessie. Karl and Claude Hooker, Dorothy Haffern, Dor- othy -and Steward Patterson, Wesley primary department, Daughters and Maids of England. CHAPEL CARS FOR U. S. RAILWAYS PLANNED- Feb. Canadian Gibli. the holer] war I correspondent, in a book entitled "Re- alities of the published today, 'lesTribert Currle, coinmander-in- chict 'he Canadian Ariny iu Flanu- er. du thr> Uie flUrt of ruthlessly lifce a surgeon, amj as jj watched thai man, immense in with heavy thoughtful face, stern eyes. I that softened a little when he smiled, I thought of him as Oliver Croimvell. This real estate agent, as he -'vas be- fore he took to soldiering, Is undoubt- edly ot marked ability, freed from red tape and which swathed around so many of our oivn. cision I CHICAGO, Feb. equipped with living for 'A minister and his fam- ily, and with seating dation for ninety persona, will be built for every railroad out ot Chicago, according to plans tor Northern Baptist church. Seven of these c.irs are already operating across the continent. SNOOKER Competition ANY MEMBER WISHING TO COMPETE IN THE G. W. V. A. SNOOKER COMPETITION MUST HAND THEIR NAMES IN TO THE SOCIAL COMMITTEE BY WEDNESDAY, THE 25th. NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER THAT DATE. Our belated shipment of :Tanlao 'arrived We would call the atten- tion of of this preparation to the change in price. It is now J.D.HIGINBOTHAM CO., LIMITED Wholesale and Retail Chemists Alberta's Pionesi Druggists i Siork Phones 'i515 and 322 Visit the Shelter. You then help to move it. CITY AND DISTRICT Went To Cardston Mr. C. n. JlacKlnlosh and Mr. D. E. Harris left yesterday for Cardston. Cornell Professor Addressing Trustee Convention at Mouse Jnw Says So Son at Bow City Geo. Xiion. an officer of tlie St. Yin- cent do Paul Penitenliary for over 30 years, Is dead at -Montreal. Geo; It: Xixoii, of Oily, Alberta, is a son. Goes To Brandon Secretary Jamea Rose, of the Board of Trade, left last night for lirandon to attend a convention of "Western Canada Boards of trade. He will net return till Monday or Tuesday. MEETINGS I. O. O. F. Lctubridge Laigs, No. J. I. 0. O. F.. will-confer the 1st degree on Friday night at S o'clock. Members arc re- Unested to attend. Visitors v.'elcome. j A. Y. P. A. Tonight The A. V.: P. A. will hold its regu- lar meeting this evening in St. An- EUstin'3 nail at S o'clock. Literary and IlcligiotiEf oomniittees being In clmrge. -Memliers ill arrears arc ro- minded of their fees. MOOSB JAW, Sask., Feb.- nation that neglects to tnke up the obligations of world citizenship which Ihe world struggle has created, is act- ing in a cowardly said Prof. C. AV.. Flint, of Cornell University, who is ond ot the leading educational, ists. Hie continent, in 'speaking at the Saskatchewan school convention here today. Prof. Fliut stated that the contro- versy now being-carried on in (lie United States regarding world league not really an expression j public opinion, but. the matter I xvas being niade into a political fcot- L ball. A spuritsis Americanism is be-1 Ing practiced In Vhich ,llie teachings j of "Washiugtoh attempleil to apply: to the conditions of Hn en- tirely different era. (INDERTAKWC MACKAY and BELL JOS Srd Avinui 1B02 Have You Helped the K. P. Children's Shelter Fund? G. W. V. A. Executive Tliero will be a meeting of the G. AV. V. A.-executive in the club rooms at S.OO ii.in. sharp, Friday the All members ot executive arc requested to lie present. C5-'2 j I.OXDO.V, ilccis.. not to onsi Turkey from t'onsianti-j noplc by (he allied su-i prcme council early alter learning of 1 tlio difficulties in the Turkish situa-j lion, Premier Lloyd George decbrdi! in thy honyu of commons today the ducstinn of the f'.iture of Turkey I wns brought for di.scil.lpiori. de-t cision, said tho iiremic-r. was u bal- ance of 'ami disadvant- ages, ond it was upon 'this linhi'ie i anil yflfi' carci'uily all the argrnioni.T pro and CDII 'Iiul the covui decided upon the course of its pro- re'lure. Referring to the agreement made early in the war under which Itussia Tvaa. to obtain Constantinople, Mr. Lloyd Cicorge said Ihis iigreemcnt had been abrogated. ?o far as Russia was concerned, by the revolution of 1917, and (be peace of Urcst-Litovsk. He rc-1 HESSIAN ROYALTY iterated his .pledge that (here would! WILL VISIT STATES lie "a different porter ot the _____ however. It would be Ihe height of; NiCK Keb. and Princes folly to trust tno guardianship of j Christian of ulesan liavo arrived here. gates to the people; who had jravcllini; liifomllo. They plan to (rayed their trust, he said, and never; visit ,he sisics. agahi would those gales be by. the .Turks in face of Urilish s-hipa. THE ETERNAL MAGDALENE" IS COMING General Meeting, G.W.V.A. A Kenera! meeting will bo beld on Sunday, Febninrv 29th, in the club rooms. All members arc requested lo be present- 6q-C NEWFOUNDLAND DOG SHOT BY ROBBERS IN HOLDUP IN NEW YORK NEW Feb. effort Is 'licinij made today to have the life of "1'rince." a big Newfoundland dog. shot by hnttlup men when be went to the aid ot his master, Martin llalnrcli. u restaurant keeper, who was being j robbed. j Wben the two armed men ordered Mntarch to "throw up his tils' dog entered from an room aud leaped on the intruders as one fired a shot which graced Mnlarcn's wrist. One of the Ifandits was Ilirpwii to the floor but freed himself froin the dog's bold by siiooting hiui tbronsh the stomach. Doth robbers then lied. DUTCH SOAK WILUIE FOUND DEAD IN BED i TIIK II MH'K Kcb "6 -Decision I'ltlNCK ALfiKKT. busk.. Fob. lha( fornlcr .Dr. c. Oimikigham. Tcteriiiary. prin.'o Germany tnuai pay jtnrned soldier, was tills inr.rninrr mscs upon Id- basis of ail annual In- dead in bed. The police arc in-j.mm; of Sfin.oni) (lorina, Protests by i uTibeedeil. PLAN TO CONSCRIPT WEALTH TO PAY U. S. WAR DEBT It Costs More The following comparative prices of building materials in JQ14 and 1920 arc interesting in- dications of tho increased of replacing buildings today. Probably you are carrying Iho sanio amount of firo insurance that you carried then. Better seo about it. Insurance rates arc cheaper now than In 1914 Lumber 5 55.00 Flooring" 44.CO 110.00 Shingles 3.75 6.00 Bricks 12.00 Linseed Oil 1.25 1920 Increase 103% 150% 8.50 126% 15.0C 22.00 160% 83% 180% THE EDGETT AGENCIES Ltd. Balmoral Block, Lethbrttfai .PHONE 651 INSURANCE AND LOAN? LIKE OUR FROM EVERY .STANDPOINT, j WEStBRbOKBROS. Barbers, Opp.'Babk ot Montreal. Green Adams Rear of Herald Office Horse Hides All Hides, and Furs bought at Top Market Price. RUerencef Standard Bank of. Canada. PHONES; r Office 1386 26 0 OUEAT FALLS, Mont.. Feb. ivas announced here today that the Tilatforui of the National Non-Partisan League for iho national elections in- cludes a plan for.the payment of liu- war debt of liio b'niteii States by "conscrijitctl wealth." Tbo wh! take an active part in Ihe campaign. Please Return All Bottles Vv'e would tlir? kind en op'fi'.'Uiw] of oiJMomers in return- Ing ii> our drivers aii uViin hollies in Ilicir possession. would upprcdiUo this action tin: iiatl nur as we do licit dr-sirc to hare to charge for nur tollies. All jiltiiu in Letii- tiolonK to and rit-tipCTalion our wo liojn! (u lift nble !it .-ill Hint's I" fiiii our ;i Mijiply ,i( rirli. mill; in sunitary at ttir; bdhi i.cjssUilo jiricc, v'li'U until furl her iidvitcd, IScPER QUART DELIVERED. CHIEF MOUNTAIN CREAMERY Co., Ltd. PHONE 1923 si Economize and in doing so gel the hesl value for our money. When you buy "OUR BEST" flour you arc doing both, for bread made, from "OUR BEST" is eaten to the last crumb. There is no waste. Eat more Bread. It is the cheapest food have today and helps keep down the H, C. of L. Be sine you ask your grocer for "OUR BEST." ELLISON MILLING ELEVATOR CO., LTD, Our Meats DIRECT FROM THE FARM TO YOUR TABLE R. Coultry PHONE 492 Wall Papers Room Mouldings and Odd Borders Hring the sizes of your rooma and we can jssvc money for you. Robertson's Book Store Ltthbrldge Hotel Building. Phone 1265 WE PAY THE HIGHEST PRICE I t''or Hides, rolls. Turf, and' advise you lo sell (hem now. LEThtBRIDQE HIDE, PELT 4k FUR CO., LTD. Office phono 799, Residence- 323 Reference; Standard Sank EVERYTHING for the OFFICE PRINTING, PAPER RULING, BOOK BINDING AGENTS FOR UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER TYPEWRITERS REPAIRED EVERAIiL'S LIMITED rHARD BLtCK I THIBO AVINUI SOUTHARD tOUTH ;