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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta It ASSIN1BOIA MUSIC CO., LTD "tv.rythlnj LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. Firth ft.. INSURE YOURSELF AGAINST COLDS BY KEEPING PENSLAR LAXATIVE COLD BREAKERS HANDY .FOR IMMEDIATE'' USE. Thew effective tablets hare proven their merit to thous- ands, and for your protection formula is printed on each bnr. Pen.Ur Laxative Cold Breakers contain no soeianlltde or other opiate, and you can use them, knowing that yon rre getting ilia very best that your money can buy anywhere. Keep a 25c box handy and recommend them eo your friendi. The KENNY ALLIN Co., Ltd TH5 PEN1LAR ITORB Jams Will Go Up In Price Stock up now with our Extra Fine Quality >t our pracs'calty all our Jams are bought direct fwm the packers and bought them In season when prices wern lower we are able to tel I them at very attractive prlcet. Sugar J1.00 per evrt. whlch'mcana that all that have sujar a will shortly. We have the following High Grade Brands to choose from, farm, Empreu, Gooo- Waostafff, Nelson. The following are Just n few of thVpricw.'. HAMSTERLEY Strawberry, 4 Ib. tins, Ji.33 HAMSTERLEY Raspberry and Log.' anberry, 4 Ib. tins, each HAMSTERLEY Italian Prune, 4 Ib. t'ns. each JtvOO Raipberfy, 4 Ib. Strawberry, 4 Ib. 11.25 RMpberry and Black Currant, 4 Ib. tins, .i..iv...................... xa-i; Apple or Raspberry and Appk 85c LIBERAL REDUCTIONS IN CASE LOTS ASSORTED. THE GOOD LlMflM MM High Life Gasoline That Has the Kick We have it, come around and let. prove it. A full line of accessories and parts for your ma- chine. Our machine work is of the best. Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. SEVENTH OF POST OFFICE _ CITY AND DISTRICT In Charge of Local Branch Dr. A. A. Hollls, graduate of the University, lias taken charge of the Letnhrldgo branch of Drs. Bruncr nnd Hollis. New Building I now builJInr, providing office and dormitory accommodation for tho olfice staff, is being irecled at tho Experimental A. O. F. Installation A. Joint installation of officers of the two courts of the A. O. P. (Courts Star and Unlly) will be held In tbe Oddfellows' hall oil Monday evening next at S o'clock. Had Liquor In PotMMion At tbe provincial police court on Saturday, David Fraser was fined 120 and costs for unlawfully having in. his possession liquor in other than a priv- ate dwelling place. Open Sunday Hours 5 Afternoon 2 to 4 Evening 7 to 9 The frank Hedley Druy Co, Thanks to Firemen The Citizens' Lumber Company, through llancger Hnrron, wUb.es to thank Fire Chief Hardy and the boys of the brigade most heartily for tho splendid work they did in stopping 'the fire at liio company's offices and yards on Tuesday. Goes to Calgary After serving with Epe.cial success for the last fivo years as deputy super-1 fntendent of insurance for the provin-1 clal government, K. L. Nicolson has i resigned the position to accept the Al- j herta managership of the Union Cas-[ ualty Co., of Winnipeg, with offices In Calgary. i Charged With Stealing Wheat On the charge of stealing 70 bushels of wheat from a neighbor, A. G. Hal- lam, of Coaldale, Z. PiontosM was-at tho provincial police court on Satur-j day remanded for trial. The it was alleged, loaded the whesl at night, and, bringing it into Lelh- bridge, sold it to the Ellison Mills. PENSLAR ALMOND AND CUCUMBER CREAM Is looked upon as the best 'by tho most discriminating women everywhere. It protects tho skin BKalns't .chaps, .sunburn, wlnil. and dust and you may USB it, knowing that It will keep your. completion ever at Its hest. Try Penslar Almond and Cii-. cumber Cream -yourself, know-, it really is. You can got It in two sizes, 35c and 60c. CROSS DRUG ANNOUNCEMENTS The -isa ,M. Cocsb's 416 12th St A, South, and Burgmann's North Lethbridge, will reopen the holidays on Monday, Jan. 6th, 1S20. Regular resumed and new enrollments received. Violin, pianoforte. voice culture; In rudiments, theory, harmony and ilfht singing. Orchestra practice Monday, Jan. 5th, at S pjn. Open lor further memberships. Dr. P.'.W- Elchirfls commenced a dental practice in bus new offices, J, Oliver Block. 271K-0 insurance in Canadian. Ameri- can and British standard companies. We would appreciate'any business In tills line. Dowsley Land Agency. Loose leaf and bound "books, synop- icsj diaries, calendar stauiis, elc. iverall Franks, 3rd Ave. 2. French organdie writing paper, em- bossed with your Inillal free! All sizes of envelopes, lags and labels, ink, j pencils, fountain pens, Kvcrsharp pen-; cils, etc. Everall FranKs, 3rd South. i There wlll.be a masquerade dance held in the Crystal Lake School house. on Friday, January 2nd. Fri7.es given for tho-.best ladles and gents costume. Gents JJ.OD, ladies'brlng a lunch. N to e AN.rw. o rr ic c Phone BM .ShtrlMk lidg. In Memorlam In loving memory of my dear bus- baud, James Stevenson, who died in Gait Hospital, Lelhbrldge, Jan. 3rd, 1D1S: Dne.aad and lonely year nas passed .Syice my great sorrow fell, TJib shock thr.t I received that day 'rstiH'rememhcr well. by Tils Borrowing .wile J.' Steyens'bn.'Upper Kigg, Closeburn, Dumtries Slilrc, Scot- land. 19-1 UNDERTAKING I MACKAY and BELL WJ 3rd 1MB Why Gamble? With your home and its fur- hlahings. Drop In any furniture store and see what It would cost you to .replace your 'furniture. Then call-us for enough, la-, lurance to replace in case fire ioet come. THE EDGETT AGENCIES Ltd. Balmoral Block, PHONE 651 INSURANCE AND LOANS In Mwnoriam In loving memory of our ames Stevenson, who died in GaU [ospital ou Jan. 3rd, 1919: Doctor Finetf At (ho police court on Friday afternoon Dr" II. 13. C. Thomson was fined and costs for neglect- ing to notify tho birth of an infant Good was his heart and In friendship whose mother liu attended. Defend; 'alient In rain and loved all Us pains are o'er, hla are done, !Ife at everlasting Joy he's now be- gun. But- lei. our sorrows cease .to flow, For Oodhas called his let our hearts In every SI1II say, "Thy will done." by his sincere friends, Mr. and Mre.'W. Stonely and family. ant found fault with tho. Vital Statis- tics Act under which he was Sum- moned, in that he considered that a medical practitioner could not ho com- pelled to givo gratuitous service. 402 3rd St. 3. A Dangerous Crossing- 'Complaints have bDen-mad'S to the Herald about a very dangerous cross- ing at .Coalhurst where the road from the Macleod trail leading to Diamond City crosses the C.I'.R. Tho planks have been removed and auto drivers arc in gwat at night. The 19 1 crossing lus'been in that condilion over a month. In loving memory of our dear friend, Jnme3 Stevenson, who died In Gall Hospital Jan. 3rd, 1910: "Watch, therefore, for ye know not what hour your Lord doth Tis hard to part with those, wo lore, Tho' parting dsys will cdrae, Yet let us hope to meet again, For this Is not our home. by his, sincere friends, Mr. and Sirs. A. McGladrle and family River Bottom, Lethbridge. [I R NFYT a Sar- U K WtAI iury B'arber Shop WESTBROOKBROS. Barbers, Opp. Bank of Montreal PURE, RICH MILK Our niitk tests exceptionally high and is pasteurized, pasteurization temperature of milk to 142 degrees held for 30 mltallos. Our boltlea aro In soda and then scalded at a temperature oi 160 degrees ji ;lear wnler. Therefore tho milk Is pure and the bottles thoroughly sterilised. THE PRICE REMAINS THE SAME 15c A QUART Table Cream, Half Pbt 15c Whipping Cream, Half Pint OUR BUSINESS IS INCREASif.'C DAILY Owinf 16 being unsble to secure a sufficient supply of milk wo regret that we shall not ba (o make deliveries in North Ixithbrldgo until further nolica, Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd, PHONE 1929 for Employees Local employees of (he Dominion System, along with all other eraployeecs o[ tha company from coast to coasl, this year received ns a Christmas present from the com- pany a cheque representing a bonus of ten per cent, of their earnings for the year 1919. Needless io say, Man- ager Parks and the company employ- ees here are very appreciative of the gilt. Wine and The ancients, find expression.' of the fullest rnlue in Vinol The tonic food reconstruc- tive for-'notiryounfe and old. r' Invaluable in or Influenza Cases J.D.HIGINBOtHAM CO., UMITED WhoTcsale ancf Retail Chemists Alberta's Pfonetr Druggists Bottles Quart Tin Half Gallon Tim Gallon Tim 2So tnt SOc MIsj Tilney, .during alleratlona to her store, has moved upstairs to Room G, Royal Bank Building, and will carry on her-millinery business there for a few weets. Drawing 'and Painting 'Mlsa Kirk's classes at the T. M. C. C. reopen Monday, January .Mon- day's 4 to 5.30 p.m. Tuesday's, 4 to and 7.30 to 5.30 11.111 18-3h "Oh, a Pal Was a beau- tiful waltz. Victor Hecord, No. 2161S5, arid ;BbHB. Victor Record, No. 216067. Willis Piano 'Store. 707 3rd Ave. S. A A dance will be held in Burgmann's 'hall, 13th St. N., every Saturday. Four- piece orchestra in attendance. Danc- ing from 9 till 12 p.m. Ladies freo: fii Bufemann'In chnrgi. SPRUSTEX POLISHES Regular 25c Botttet, Special 20c Regular 50c Bottles, Special 40c Quart .Tins Half Gallon Tins Galio.i J2.50 CEDAR OIL POLISHES Regular 25e Special 20c Regular fOc Bottlet, Special (Thesa are large considered extra value at leg- ular prices.) Lemon Poliihlnj Oil, Rcflulir 30e, Special............ LIQUID VENEER POLISHES n ,nA 5Qc and Regular 25c Bottlei, 50c Bottles, Special Pollji Prim Polishing FLOOR WAX v Johnston's (Ordinary, Liquid ind Canada :Paint .Co. (Special Value.) Pollste., Silver Polfshe.. t Old Dutch Cleanser, Sanl-Fluth, etc., etc. Our Spruitex OlI'Mop at One 'Dollar, li'eirtn value, only J Ilifiiteil' -number on hand, and no more to be had at the price. Scout Notite No. 7 Troop nro asked to be sharp on time Mimtlny jilrlit it 7.30 in old church. No.-i Troop am specially requested to on time at 7.30 at their room Wednesday whc-h tho district scout- master will be present. T. H. BOOTH. BUilNESS PHONES, 1212 ind 1H9 NEW WESTMINSTER BUSINESS MAN KILLED IN AN ACCIDENT Architect Mr. H. M. Whlddlngton has talcon ns partner, .Mr. C. Howard Fry, of Edmonton. The firm will in future be known as H. M. archi- C. Howard Fry, associate. Air. Fry has had considerable exper- ience in architects' offices in Edmon- ton In addition to previous ones. Since his return from overseas he has been employed In the- government officer in Edmonton. Us left Canada for the front with the -202nd Edmonton Bat- talion, and during the ifist three months of tho war was with the 1st Division, liuadqiiartcr.i staff. .Mr. I'Vy has taken a residence on 12th St, South, nnd ho will bo Joined short- ly by his fnmify arc at present I In Edmonton. TRANSFER FILES Y OF ALL KINDS INDEXES, VERTICAL FOLD- ERS, lioth letter nnd cap sizes. Trial Balance, Synoptic and all book-keeping b.ooks In stock. Robertson's Book Store B PHONE 1265. JfDW WESTMINSTBn, S. Jan. McLughan, prominent bus- incss man, member of tho firm of James and McLughan, was inaUintly killed hfrs iast utght when his ?.uto- mobile was struct by a street car after it hart skidded close to tho car track. Two other, occupanls- of the 'car were painfully Injured. Mr. Mc- Lughan was returning home from the hospital 'where he had gone to'visit his.sick wife. COURTEOUS TREATMENT AND ABSOLUTE THOROUGHNESS satisfaction. Batteries and Magnetos charged and repaired. In all work cntrastcd to us. We take pride In our ability to E've ,j i Open Day and Night Storage and Accessories. THE GRAHAM MOTOR Co., Ltd., PRESSMEN ON STRIKE IN HAMILTON OrFICES FRINGE OF AVALES SETTING NEW FASHIONS IN CLOTHES 'Prince of Wales, easily ono of tho smartest dressed young men about Is setting many ne'w fashions and, as can b3 expected, all the now niodes are. in the best taste. The lato King Ed-; wird left his wonderful collection, qf HAMILTON, Ont, pressmen, employed.by -20 Job offices, went oh strike this morning. They asked an increase from a wcok to >35, commencing Jan. I, and 537 from July 1 ncxl, with a 44-hour week. The employers offered {33 for a 43-hour week. The compositors and book hinders remained at work pond- tho'arrival of nn International officer. U Is believed that Iho press- men will bo back at work Monday.' rings anil pins to the Prince, ho was very fond, knowing that Iho. present King had little attraction .hat direction. But tho Prlnco talics after'..his father in this respect and'-'makes little uso of personal ornament. Us wears nardiy any ,at and In dress generally 'is jarliculariy Members o.( tho 1'oIIcemon'a Onion at Edmonton are asking for a 15 per cent salary Increase. WE ALSO CARRY A FULL LINE OF FEED FOR STOCK AND POULTRY This is what they ELLISON MILLING ELEVATOR CO., LTD. "Could you supply with 10 Sacks (98s) cf OUR BEST FLOUR, have used th's Flour for years and Ilka It BEST. "My ntlghbora also use Our Best when they can afl It." Thlu (a a sample of many of the letters we get. OUR BEST Is Sold by all the Best Grocers In the Country. anxious to avoid anything unusns! or conspicuous. To be in. any small respect dressed out of. the ordinary style makes him nervous. The only display rather fond of is his row of war decorations. In evening dress ho Is rarely without this, r TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION hear.- from owner of goml (arm for sale, Slate cusli price, full dfrscrlptlon. F. Bush, -Minne- apolis, Minn. Ad 1C NOTICE To Trsppers and With FURS.- us before telling your raw an we I ave qavd market. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT FUR CO., .LTD. Office phono 799. Rwldenee 529 Reference.: Standard Bank Holiday MEATS Turkeys, Ducks, Chick- ens. Full line of Freih Killed R. COULTRY Phm492 The Meat MurVet Open Your Account With Us for the Year 1926 WE SUPPLY ALL OFFICE NEEDS OFUCfe STATIONEMY, PRINTING, PAPER RULINQ AND BOOK BINDIHO AGENTS FOR THE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER Typewriters, Bouohl, Sold and Repaired. EVERALL FRANKS SOUTHARD BLOCK ;