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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta NOKDHIIMIM PHONCORAPMi ASSMBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "IwytMNSj MiMtear Mh Ptw-vi LETHBRIDGE DAILY CAFE KM ST. THE II8T PLACE TO OINE Penslar Laxative Cold Breakers FOR COLDS, GRIPPE, CORYZA, COLD IN THE HEAD, INFLUENZA. The Stokes Dreg Co, Ltd. bSUGGISTS AND NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE Lower Prices For 1921 That is our resolution for this year, and we are starting off with offering exceptional in Evaporated Fruits, Pure Jams, Canned Vegetables, Dry Vegetables, Fresh Apples and in fact o n all lines of Groceries. Our Cash Sys- tem, with a small delivery charge, mea ns that we sell for less. THE GOOD CO., LTD. WHOLESAUB AND RETAIL M18H CLASS Enjoy the Comforts of Winter Motoring MANY A MAN who puts up his car for the winter Maun mlMcc several good months of driving. At a email outlay be can keep his car going. He can motor with the same comfort at he does In mer if he has th- proper equipment. Here is everything you and HooU Auto Heaters, Carbon R-movers, Anti-Skid and Rugs. Our prices are right, Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. EVSHYTHINO FOR THE AUTO BREAD is THE CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD Ik Big White Loaf la Aiiured By Using PRIDE OF ALBERTA on MOTHERS' FAVORITE TAYLOR MILLING ELEVATOR CO. Mqdel Bakery Quality Bread Cannot be is so light, white, dainty, and delicious to the taste, which is so satis- fying. MODEL EAKERY J. ochweitztr, Prop. PHONE 1175, UNDERTAKING-! MACKAY PARLORS j TWrt Avenui IMS 1921 Office and Pocket Uieriec, Calendar Pads and Stands. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE LETHBRiDGE HOTEL BLDG. PHONE 1255. THE GWAUTY OF SEU.- CANTElu YOU'RE SAFE Ofer antiseptic sterilizer makes this UK sullar? shop. WESTBROOK BROS. St. Opp. Bank of Mentraal. THERE ISN'T ANY ONE WORD or any rnbination of words in the or foreign languages that v.ill funiti anywhere near dn-' Kcrililmr ih.- the moats: sell, so nvo'ru simply advising you to make a purchase hero, put it on tin; lire and lot your dinner- time iMiioyment toll tho story. We think that's a pretty good idea. Alberta Meat Market R. Cotiltry. Phone 492. Break Tiie Grippe Breuk its hold, on Break thu iiiiat'r) ui IJreak Its power for Its frequont tendency to become deep-seated and develop into some more danguruus malady by prompt use oC REXALL GRIPPE PILES We have noted their beneficial effects so Have heard them so warmly praised by grateful Have such absolute confidence in their merit we will give bad: your money if they don't cio ;ili you expect them to. 25 J.D.HIGINBOTHAM CO., LIMITED Whcleule and Retail Clwmlltt ___ Stan nVEHBBP.IV Phones Lethbrldge, Alberta, Canada Hookey League Meeting An important meeting of the City i and District Hockey League executive j and team captains will be held in i the Herald office tonight at Night Schools Open The night scnoois re-open tonight following the Christmas holidays and all pupils are urged to be on hand. School! Re-open Tuesday Public and Separate schools will re- op.en Tuesday, following Christmas holidays. Invitation to A. and N. Veterans Mr. Ben Metcalfe, president at the local unit, Army and Navy Veterans' is in receipt of a com- numication from James W. B. Somer- j ville, secretary to the Grand Council, League of Comrades, South Africa, in- viting the Lethbridge unit, A. and N. V. A. to send a delegate to the con-1 ferenee of ei-aervice :nen associations to be held in Capetown, South Africa, February 23rd, 1921. The executive! committee A. and N. V. A. will meet at the Alexandra Hotel this evening j at p.m. to decide this matter. All. other members of the association are j invited to attend. ANXGiJNCEWENTS The members of the Lethbridge, Barber's union will commence tou'" arriving in the city weekly half holiday on the first Wed- arnd to celebrate the New Police Court Victims of New Year celebrations, to the tune of four appeared before Magistrate Jrwln at the city police court Monday morning. John Ken- nedy was fined with costs, for be- ing found intoxicated on Thirteenth Street, S. James Hamilton was In tile same condition, and was similarly treated. Frank Dietrich and Louis Oresyl, of Coalburst, started to paint A specific for obstinate coughs and colds of all kinds, hoarseness, bron- chitis, croup, asthma, etc. "Zip" is an anodyne ex- pectorant, composed of linseed and turpentine with menthol and tar. It may be administered to the youngest child with perfect safefy. OPEN TILL 9 O'CLOCK TONIGHT THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. LIMITED Sherlock Bidg. phone 555 BUTCHERING TOOLS FOR HOUSEHOLD AND FARM USE We show an unusually good line of meat cleav- ers, meat steels and butcher article is made of good grade steal and guaranteed to give satisfactory service. Whether you want light weight tools for'household use, or the heavier kind for general meat cutting, you'll find just what you wfint here and at right prices. Consumers' Hardware Supply Coy Business Phones: 1212, 1919 Office, 1920 You Can't Beat It THAT IS THE PHRASE USED BY ALL USERS OF JACKSON'S CHAP LOTION For chipped hands, face or lips, irritated or rough skin. once a day through the months it will keep the skin ioft and velvety. This lotton will prove to be a satisfactory ftp plication after shaving. WE ARE CAREFUL nesday of the New Tear. Ynar by going around with fire crack- j ers, which they lit and pjssecj under i Everyone is looking forward to the Ithe doors of stores. TUM prank cost dance to bo held the Maaonlc hall, j oacl1 tlie Parties with costs. I rlav evening, given by the i j Lyceum Ltancing Committee. Caii-j Trouble Is Remedied nonecrs' playing. v1 I The darkness to which some of the streets in the city have been subject- oil, owhis to the burning out of the in the recent storm, has now been remedied, and the incan- descent lighting is now on again. A car of first class "Bull Dog" or-j anges arrived for the Lethbrirtge' Mercantile Company this morning. 18-1 After the first of January. 1921, the I law nrm of Johnstons Ritchie will he known unrier the firm name oS i Johnstone, Ritchie and Gray. 714 The Conservatory Orchestra will meet .for' practice at 3.30 o'clock Sun- day afternoon neit at the Conserva- tory. 711. FORJBM Musterole Loosens Up Those Stiff Out Pain You'll know why use once you experience the glad relief It gives. Get a jar at once from the nearest drug store. It is a dean, white oint- ment; made with the oil oi mustard. Better than mustard plaster and does not blister. Brings en.se and comfort while it is being rubbed on! Musterole is recommended 6y many doctors and nurses. Millions of jars are used annually for bronchitis, croup, stiff Beck- asthma, neuralgia, pleurisy, rheu- matism, lumbago, pains and aches of the back or joints, sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chilblains, frosted feet, colds o( the chest (it often prevents Births, Deaths, Funerals The City Band will meet for prac- Blrths, Deathl, Fir.rral Notices Cards ci Thanks, In Memorlam, car- tice in the Conservatory of Music on I rled in this column at 10 cents per Sunday neit at 2 o'clock. I Hiss Chrissie I. GariJner, and scalp treatment aud facial sa.tre by apnointment. Phone i Suits 5, Higinbotham Block. 2! lint, each Insertion, minimum SOc, pay able In advance, suampoc In Mcmorlam mas- 739. In loting memory of Priv. Reginald 70 i John ginning, who was killed in action Jan. 2, 1917. All classes of the Conservatory of In the lonely hours of thinking, i will itc> resumed in the outside Thoughts of him are very-near; i branches on Monday, Jandary 3rd. We who loved him sadly miss him, 713 j As It dawns another year. From his loving mother, sisters and VHE WEATHER Vancouver Edmonton Hat i Swift Current Hegina Winnipeg I Calgary i Lethorldse I Port. Arthur brothers. IN MEMORIAM Jair.es H. Stevenson, who passed with the local Council of Women ask- ing them for their 'opinion in the The weather over Sunday has been part cloudy in the prairie provinces. Forecasts and northerly Light and milder today and Tuasrtay. Fair and somewhat colder again. snow and colder in northern and eastern dis- tricts. Fair and milder in south. fair and mild. 35 Rain 21 Cloudy 21 Cloudy away in Gult Hospital, Lethbridge, 18 Cloudy January luio! Ever remembered 18 Clear I by his frif'nds, Mr. and Mrs. W. M Snow Stonely and daughter. 21 Cloudy "Von aro not forgotten dear friend, Clear 'i ever Kha'l you be, 6 Cloudy! As as "f0 am' memory last, Chairmen Named for the Com- Salaries Uniforms The n Public School! Board held Ha first mer-tlng at eleven o'clock this (Mondayi morning, when A. B. Hogs was ciected chairman for the year. J. was elected chairman of the 'school management committee with all the members of the board as a comnv'.cee. Each Farmer Should be Allow- ed Two Wives So As To Re- duce Cost of Fanning DENVKU, One wife for each man in ths cities, two for each man on the is what George S" "Ju, a Colorado farmer, suggests to r Governor Shoup as a solution of the i farm problem, in a .letter, received at the Governor's office. Adoption of tno suggestion. Smith believes, will make Governor Shoup a greater man than Lincoln, bnt the Governor, has not decided whether he will include Smith's suggestion in hig message to the Legislature as- one of the proposed measures for the relief of the Colorado farmer. Smith gives a number of reasons In support You see, one couid help the1 other, and a farmer could more surely rafso boys to work the iann and not need to hire at high wages. Then the farmers could sell crops cheap and make money, and living in cities would bo cheaper and many younij men would leave cities to be on a farm and have two wivw. "I tell you this argument about1 fanners to be organized Is all bosh. A farmer needs no theories. I am certain a farmer can't- get any help unless it is born and raised on a farm. '''Experienco la needed every time. "1'ou would be a better man than Lincoln if. you can- gel the United States to let all the farmers have two wives. You see, the farmer would be Independent of.hired holp a few years, both on farm and in housework. A fanner 'could often marry two sisters, or good I am your friend and believe this, if it can bo started by you, will excel all you can ever do governor or In your life. Think It over." H. A. Smith and Dr. Lovering were appointed on the school supplies' com-! of hla suggestion. Here is what ho mittee. i has to say: Dr. Lovering and W. A. Hamilton i "I am a farmer seveu miles south were appointed on the committee of school property and works. W. A. Hamilton and 3. E. Terrill were elected on the committee of school finance. Uniform Costumes A recommendation brought in by Dr. Lovering, relative to uniform cos- tumes for pupils, was referred to the school consideration. The In loving memory of our dear friend committee foy secretary was, asked to communicate of Denver. My wi_fe is sick. and I can't hire any house help. You are a good governor, or the people wouldn't hava elected you by such a large majority the second time. You should originate some good help for farmers, and I offer you something to help the farmers and you can lead all the other governors if you can get it made a law "It is, let the city man have one wife, and the -farmers have two wives, i We will always think of thee." 18-1 Jas. P. Smith, provincial officer in Windsor district, has been appointed chief nf police of-Walkerville. To Cure Take Grove's Cefd tn One Day LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE tablets. The genuine bears the Glgnaturu of E. W. Grove. SOc. matter, Teachert' Salaries The matter of the" teachers' salaries was referred to the. school manage- ment committae, with the proviso that the chairman of the committee, or In his absence the chairman of the board, call a meeting to discuss the question. In the meantime any mem- ber of the board is free to forward the secretary his reoomm'eudations. The secretary was also requested to place in the hands of the trustees all the necessary information as to pres- ent salaries paid, anf> chose asked for by the Teachers' Alliance. This to be In the hands of the trustees by Jan- uary. 6th. FT IS FACT iand not theory, that every drop I of rich, nourUhing Scott's Emulsion J is readily utilized by J I the system in J ing up strength. 4t a faWTf, "OUR BEST EOUR" Why worry about bake day when you cAi call your grocer by phone and have a sack of "OUR BEST" flour put in your flour within an hour? When I'sina "OUR BEST" It la a pleasure to bake, as It Is so eaiy to handle the result la always as- sured. Your grocer always handles "OUR BEST" because sure it will give satisfaction. Elevator Co., Ltd. RHEUMATISM Once before we advertised G. G. S. RHEUMATISM REMEDY, (our great grouch remover) and as a remit we were completely sold out of atock. Wo have a nay stock on hand and can still recommend It as heartily as wo did before, as a great relief for rheumatism. G. G. S. Rheumatism Remedy per bottle THE fU SiEDLEV DRUG CO, PHONE 772. PRESCRIPTION LOOSE LEAF Many Stylet tptd EVERALUS LIMITED STATIONERS AND PRINTERS THIRD AVENUE SOUTH ;