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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EDISON PHONOGRAPHS NOROHiilMER PIANOS ASSINIB01A MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical" 315 6th Street Squth 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. 1248 FIFTH AVKNUE Very Good, Indeed TASTLESS Cod L ver Extracts A wire-tike Composition of vary tasty character, Mrvlng a vehicle in which to carry the active medicinal principles of Cod Llverx Extract IL makes a body builder, lung strengthened flesh restorer, general system tonic, unequalled by any other kind cf Combination. Recovering front cold, weak syitem, emaciated bodies and for chronic coughs ana coWs, here is a preparation that can be Depended upon. Th KENNY fcALUNCo., Ltd THI PENM.AR Ph.nc N.rt DlIlM OUR MARCH CATALOGUE NOW READY THE GOOD CO., LTB. OtAM How Is Your Car Equipped for the Busy Season, TIRES ESPECIALLY? WE EXPECT AN ADVANCE IN Pf.. 3VV AT THE OLD PRICE IN .THE FOLLOWING rHAT WE CARRY: GOODYEAR CORD AND FABRIC DUNLOP CORD FABRIC DOMINION CORD ANDJABRIC ROYAL OAK CORD AND FABRIC V.D.L. GUARD THREAD, GUARANTEED MILES. EVERYTHING FOR THE CAR Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. SEVENTH OF POST OFFICE ANNOUNCEMENTS W. Itlcnarda His commenced j 11 dental practice In hi! new Sallo S, Oliver i Don't' forget tho dance lo be held! in the K. of P. Hall Saturday. Febru-] ary 2Sth. North orchestra in atteodunce. GcnU, 11.00; ladles free. Everybody .welcome. vb-3 Miss Cbrissle I. Gardner has ar- [ranged to.represent Ihe .Marguerite Toilet Products Co., Ltd., for tue dem- onstration and sale of their beauty specialties here. Miss Gardner, will continue lo givo facial message, sham- poo and scalp treatment by appoint- ment at ladles' own homes or at SOI Gth Ave. A, South. appointment early to avoid disappointment. I'houo 1065. A will be held In Burgmann's hall. 13th St. X. every Saturday. Mrs. Bra'sseau's .orchestra in attendance. Dancing from 3 to 13 p.m. Gents ladies free. R. Burgmaun in charge. What the Press Agents Say which be uses artis- A dance will be held In the K. of P. hall on Tuesday, March "nd. Danciug from 5 till 2. Good music. Every- body welcome. Geuts Ladles free. Joseph Hanner. pupil of Trinity Col- lege, London, England, and Ihe Virgil Piano School, gives lessons in plsuo and organ playing, singing, and theory. Communicate Y. M. C. Our customers will be glad to know that we now have a supply of this article. Price per RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO., LTD IU ShtrTMk H4f. THE WBATHER 31" 21 1 -S 0 -4 Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Cloudy Kail- Vancouver 52 Nelson.......... -SO Calgary......... 25 26 Saskatoon...'..... Victoria "DO. Edmonton 24 Jledicine Hat 20 Kogina.......... 13 Port Arthur...... 12 -Tho "weather for the past 21 hours has beeu moderately cold in tiio prairie provinces; light', snowfalls in fouic parts of Saskatchewan. Forecast .Manitoba and and cold today -and on Sunday. today and on Sunday. CITY AND, DISTRICT Skating Tonight Skating will bo in order., it L. A. A. A.ilnk tonight. tho Asuulted His Squaw For assaulting his ivife, P. Weir appeared before Magistrate lr- win at the city police court on Satur- day -and was fined and costs. Carnival Monday Night Uiiless something .unforeseen in the way of warm weather'interferes, the fancy dress carnival will bo staged I on Monday evening at tbo L..A. A. A rink.' There vdll be a band and sen era! skating after tho Monday, March the first, bo opening day for 'he Victor Records I at the Willis Pianos, Ltd, the "House 1 tically iu a manner all his terpsichorean numbers] of Service.- 70T 3rd Ave. 1 are own origination, and done! jy him alona. f city. "HIP" VAUDEVILLE AT COLONIAL MONDAY fortunate when he ob- contract with the Hip- To those who appreciate genuine "rauderille cf the higher variety.Mhe, Hippodrome program lo run at the Colonial theatre next Monday, will meet the require- ment. .This bill is made up of vaude- ville's best, Including vjcaLselections by prominent artists and comedy and dancing turns of the latest variety. Nothing can deiract from the re- markable of the Hippo- drome-vaudeville, for it ia a circuit of long standhigL ercellqnoe, and Manager. Bzpwn of the Colonial ivas talned the VortroiDU company to have the acts visit Lethbridge. Theatre-goers have shown their appreciation of this class of vaudeville, and She patronage has been regular. an evening on Monday, Mar- ion Reauclasr and Company, a beauti- ful young woman with a high soprano voice, which has been cultivated in f-airope, and has appeared all over the on concert tour in her vaude- ville offering is a big feature. Mme. Kcauclair -will give her interpretation of GelEha and Carmen. Eddie Pierce" Trio: TWP, versatile young men, who are both clevnr char utter comedians, and a talented young lady mafcc up IMs trio j{ fun-makers who will prosenL their laughable, Ru'rdlty taken from everyday life. BTid i railed "Tho Rcstaurnntera. i Sankus aitd Sylvers: An athletEc young man, and well-formed and ulenled' voting lady, comrrlsc this iluo, wlio will, present tboir new and novel ottering they call "Nov- elty Acrobatics." Dave Johnson: A3 a happy-go-lucky <-hap. whp'haa made his name in tho Ilioatrlcal world without depending on liia voice or hands. Ho comes highly recommended as a clever chap i-vith PERCY HUTCHISON Bom Mr. Mrs. TV. Haywood, st 133 Et- X- oa mary ?Sth, a son. i At.< time when Canadians are be- ginning to see prospects of controlling their theatres, it is most oppor-j MANITOBA WINTER FAIR tune tuat an English actor-manaeer of the standing 'of Percy Hutchison Ehould come to ibis country with an English production intact from Lon- don: ,ln bringing "The of the Navy" to Canada, Mr. Hutchison is fulfilling the ambition of years, to visit this Dominion and see for him- self what prospects it holds out for British and British artists. With thirty experience of iho stage, one. of most prominent of living Mtcrmanagers in Great Britain, los- see A number of theatres, and con- troller'of a uiimbor of plays and prom- OPENS ON MONDAY, Feb. Talen-' tine Wlnfeler, minister- of agriculture j for' Manitoba, will officially open the Manitoba Winter Fair in this city oaf Monday evening. Thero wjll be a large turnout of mounted police, 175 draft horses and more than 70' boya leading their fatted calves. Following the parade, the police will stage a program consisting of a musical ride, palaWava melee, wrestling on horse- back, push ball, ten pegging, jumping and the wild Dervish ride. inunt artists, Mr..Hutchison is in the The fair grounds open at 1 o'clock posiUor fieltV r.: ious lit; prises s' Emnlrt-. "THE I a man who aeeVs. new and there are already in the stables i and Trho Is anx- i n'oi-traost that his enter- b'.-ii within the Britiali j TERNAL MAGDALENE" 'WERFUL MODERN DRAMA "With the presentation of "The Eter- nal the stupendous pic- turizatlou of Robert H. Mclxi'jghlin's stage sensation, Goldwyn gives ready response to a uatiou-wido request for a screen version of the powerful hu- man play, as well as by the great ma- jorily -beyond the- reach of the thea- tre. "The Eternal Magdniene" in large numbers of splendid animals oi such high quality ag to warrant the assertion that the animals Fhown will he the best ever. The students' judg- ing competition, commences Monday afternoon. EXTENDING U.G.G. IN B.C. VICTORIA, C.. Poll. 2S- The United Grain Growers of British Co- lumbia, Limited, arc being reorgan- ized and extended at a meeting of directors here today, representing the eight locals nnd 800 shareholders in OUR BUSINESS INCREASES MONTHLY J 'Which proves to us tKat our customers are pleased with our goods, our prices, and our service. Sooner or later you will deal with us; why not drop in and give our stock the once over. You will not be urged to buy. HAMILTON lA.URDER MYSTERY HAMILTON', Otit, Feb. on lias another murder mystery. Tbis nornlng George Williams, aged 62, ilglit. watcljjnan.at tha Concrele Pipe anil Products, Limited, near tho Yal- ej- Inn Hill, was found by Thoniss Williams, anotUer employee, with his head smashed.v bloody pick-axe near the body was evidently tho wea- ion with which the murder was com- mitted. Tho body was in a doorway of the main entrance. Tho police failed to unearth any motive for the crime, or a cliic to slayer. v Our. belated shipment of today. We would call the atten- tion of the users of this preparation to the change price, -Itvis riow x J.D.HIGINBOTHAM CO., LIMITED Whole tale and Retail Chemists Alberta'i Druggist? i .ftore Phonct 1515 and 322 parts of the province. .Tones of general C. nice manager screen form Is destined lo "win even greater success than was achieved by tbe stage presentation. Surpassing without question any motion picture achievement of (ho year, "The Bternal Magdalene." with a theme that is ever on the tongues of millions, cannot fall lo Tcnrb tho heart o' every 'American, A drama of compassion, Us tenac scenes are laid in one modern Ameri- can city after another ia a startling panorama of life. of the OraEn Growers, Limited, placed "its i before the British Columbia ovgaulza tion a plan whereby British Colum- bians can participate more in tho con- trol of the corporation. British Colum- bia representation on the directorate is being increased from one to three. FELL FIVE MILES IN TWO MINUTES DAYTOX, Ohio, Feb. Major K. W. Srhroedcr, the pilot wbo fell more lhan five miles in Iwo minutes after shatlcring tho world's.Dllitude record, miraculously escaping death, is mak- ing satisfactory progress, according lo Sunday Hours 2 till 4 7 till 9 The Frank Hedley Drug Go, Welcome to.Adjutant Hardy -Important welcome mee'ings v Ue held all day tomowow (Sunday) tte. Salvation Army These services .will bo conducted by Adju- tant Hardy, -who arrived on Thurrfay tb'take command aC tho .Letbbridge Corps. The adjutant Is an old officer. Ho has been .conducting for.a period special spiritual meetings in a num- ber of corps in Saskatchewan. To- morrow night at 7.30 tho meeting will bo the official welcome of the adju- tant by the soldiers and_ friends of (be Lcthbridge Corps. All are heart- ily welcome to.all-these services. P. Lund Speaks at'l'Y" Sunday Tho special speaker at the Christian Jlen's League nest Sunday will be Peter Lund, and all men are issued u most cordial Invitation to attend these meetings each Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. A The pianist will bo Mr. Banner, and the soloist, Mr. W. Stott. The Scripture lesson this Sunday will be a continuance of the Gospel of St. John, under the.leadership of Mr. C. S. 'Farrow. 'All members iiravasked to bring their Bibles.' The league m- icnds to shortly reopen its rural ser- vice work under Mr. B. Copclaml. 'MEETINGS Philharmonic Society Tiie Lethbridgc Philharmonic So- ciety will meet tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Colonial theatre. i "THE ETERNAL MAGDALENE" 13 COMING Loyal Order of Moose Lclhtrndge Lodge; No. 792, will hold a special meeting on Monday evening, IMarch 1st, at S o'clock, in the lodge hall, Iliginbotham Block, to confer tho Degree OK a largo class of candidates. Officers and members, also ths degree team, aro specially urged to be present. ions SEALING WAX BLOTTING 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 4th Ave. Phone 613 For Grtp'or.lnfluehM and as a PrarwiUtlTe, tite, LAXA- TIVE BBOMO QUININE TABLETS. Look for JS. W. GROVBfS sisniture on tbe boi. 30c. NEXT WEEK WILL BE AGALATTCEKFOR AUTO OWNERS CHARLIE CHAPLIN Is.a with his' very own flivver. Taking "A Hca- 'sure." EMPRESS MONDAY UNDERTAKINC MACKAY and BELL hd Av.nu. IMt Gtnenl Meeting, G.W.V.A. A genoral meeting will b? held on Sunday, February 25th, in the club rooms. All members requested to bo present. CLEVELAND PAPERS RAISE THEIR PRICES] 0., Feb. j Plain Dealer and tho Xcws-Lcadcr have raised tho their Sunday cditionfi to 10 cents because of tlift consUinlly risir.g costs.of'all labor and materials iu newspaper production. ST. PAUL SAILS doctors. It is stated this morning that ho will make anotiier altitude flight NO TROUBLE IN 'PEQ as soon ns hs is able. BUILDING TRADES LIKELY WANT DOLLAR AN HOUR VVISNIPHO. n nn- schedule for 1920, city olectrfcal work- ers ask for an Increase on fi basis f'l Jl an liour, wblch rein-fiscnla n of 23 cents an hour for linemen, renti for electricians and 17 ccuU for furcrneu. WIKMPKO, Feb. lie- tween builders andk Is not anllclpaled this spring. An nm- NEW YgRIC, Kcb. Amer- ican Line steamship St. Paul which turned over at her pier hero in April, 1918, sailed today for Plymouth, Cher- bourg and Southampton on her firat Irlp slnco tho accident occurred. Shu has been completely restored and ro- littcii. It Costs More The following comparative prices of building materials in 1914 and 1920 arc interesting in- dications of .the increased costs of today. Probably you nro carrying the same fire insurance that you carried then. Better ace about it. Insurance rates are cheaper now than iti 1911. 1314 tumour Flooring 44.CO Shingles 3.75 Laths fcOO Linseed Oil 1.25 increase 55 00 103% 150% 8.50 1269, T5.00 150% 3.50 180% THE EDGETT AGENCIES Ltd. Bilmeril Block, l.ethbrldgi PHONE Av51 INSURANCE ANU LOANS YOU'LL LIKE OUR-'.'.WORK.. FROM STANDPOINT. WESTBROOKBROS. OOP. Bisk bMIontrui' Green Adams Rcarsof Henld Office Horse Hid-i AU Hides, Pelts and Furs bought al Top Irlarket Price. Itcfcrence: Standard Benk of. PHONES: Office Residence STOLE FURS, JAILED MOOSE JAW, Bask., Keb.. J. Dixoii of .Central Iluttc, was found Irablo undcralnndlng eilsts between- guilty this morning of breaking into Iho builders' exchange and tho build- ing trades council, it in said. It la umlerMood that carpenters will re- ceivo an hour and that bricklayers nnd masons about 15 higher. the warehouse of a local firm and stealing raw furs to the valuo of -400. and was sentenced to IS months In the common Jail. The furs were recovered at fl local cxprcgs office. Please Return AH Bottles We ask tbe Mful co-operation of O'ji- customers in return- Ing lo our drivers all plain bottles tn tlieir possession. Wo would appreciate action on the parl of our customers AH we do not desire ID haye to charge for our Lollies, All plain bottles in Leth- bridge belong to us nnd with tho co-operation of our cualomerj 11-0 lo be able at all times give our customers A supply of pure ricli. pasteurized milk In satiiliry bottlss at tho heat possible price, v.Mch (3 until further advised, 15c PER QUART DELIVERED. CHIEF MOUNTAIN CREAMERY Co., Ltd. PHONE 1929 We Must Economize and in doing so gel value for our money. When you buy "OUR BEST" (lour you arc doing both, for bread made from "OUR BEST" is eaten to the. last crumb. There is no waste. Eat move Bread. It is the cheapest food we have today and helps keep down the H, C. of L. Be sure you ask youi' grocer (or "OUR ELLISON MILLING ELEVATOR CO., LTD. WASH DAY MONDAY AND A GOOD TIME TO TEOT OUR PHONE SERVICE R. Coultry PHONE 492 WRITING MATERIALS Yon -will find our Bulk Note Papers, YtpeteritB or Writing- Tablets lo -your liking.' Her.t gualilr Robertson's Book Store Hotel Phone 1265 WE PAY THE HIGHEST, PRICE .For Hides, Pelts, Putt, adviie you to tell them now. LETHBRIDOE HIDE, FELT A FUR CO, .LTB, Office 929 Bank EVERYTHING for the OFFICE PRINTING, PAPER'RULING, BOOK BINDING AGENTS FOR UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER TYPEWRITERS REPAIRED EVERALL'S LIMITED tOUTHARD BL9CK THIBD AVINUI ;