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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta NOMDHIIMIH FHONOttRAPMI ASSINBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. mmlttV Mb SlftM LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD COMMERCIAL CAFE MM ITH SOUTH THE BEST PLACE TO Difcl Penslar Laxative Cold Breakers FOR COLDS, GRIPPE, CORYZA, COLD IN THE HEAD, INFLUENZA The Stokes Drag Co, Ltd. DRUGGISTS AND STATIONERS NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE US7 En joy the Comforts of Winter Motoring MANY A MAN who puil up car fbr the winter cevtral good of driving. At c Mnalf outlay ht can hfs cur going. He can motor with the comfort he does In sum- mer if he has the proper equipment. Here Is everything you and Htftd Auto Heatartt Carbon Removtrs, AntMlkld and Our prices are Hght. Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. FOR THI AUTO BREAD is THE CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD The Big White Loaf li Auund By Using PRIDE OF ALBERTA OK MOTHERS' FAVORITE TAYLOR MILLING ELEVATOR CO. Lower Prices For 1921 That is our resolution for this year, and we are starting off with offering exceptional values in Evaporated Fruits, Pure Jams, Canned Vegetables, Dry Vegetables, Fresh Apples and in fact on all lines of groceries.. Our Cash Sys- tem, with a small delivery charge, means that we seii for less. THE GOOD CO., LTD. WHOI-EiALt AND RKTAIL IIMH CLASS AT LITHBRIDSI AND TABCrV Model Bakery Quality Bread Cannot be is so light, white, dainty, and delicious to the taste, which is so satis- fying. MODEL BAKERY N. J. Hchweltitr, Prop. PHONE 1176. ANNOUNCEMENTS Miss Chrissle I. Gardner, antmpoo and scalp treatment and facial mas- sage by appointment. Phone 739. Suite 5. Higlnbotham Block. 70 All classes of the Conservatory of Music will be resumed In the outside i branches on Monday, January 3rd. 713 Everyone is looking forward to the dance to be held the Masonic hail, Wednesday evening, given by the Lyceum Dancing Committee. Can- noneers' playing. The "Sorbo" Sponge For the Bath By its invigorating, health- ful massage li will add a luiury to bathing you 'Will enjoy. j For After Shaving It coaxes the smart out ot sensitive skius. For the Complexion Its tonic massage will pro- duce the youthful glow of health. For Baby Its softness makes it ideal for baby's delicate skin. 75 Cents to ONLY AT J.D.HIGINBOTHAM CO., LIMITED Wholeule and Rotill .Phones Ltthbridge, Alberta, Caned! VHK WEATHEK Vancouver Edmonton Medicine Hat Regina I Winnipeg I Calgary i Saskatoon i Port Arthur .06 Rain Snow Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Clear Cloudy The weather the past 24 hours has been part cloudy and mild on the prairies with light snow in northern Saskatchewan and Alberta. Forecasts cold today. Thurs- day fair with somewhat high temp- erature. Saskatchewan and snow 'and moderately cold in north- j ern Fair and cold in South- ern Alberta. CITY AND DISTRICT Board of Trade Luncheon The Board of Trade will bold Its regular weekly luncheon on Thursday at Police Court At the city police court on Wednes- day morning. H. Johnson was fined ?10 with costs for having on his prem- ises, a second hand store on Fifth Street, more liquor than the law al- lowed. Births, Deaths, Funerals Joint H. S. Co. Staff P. K. Sangster of New Westminster' has come to Lethhridge to take charge of advertising and window dressing! anjnard writing at the Hudson's Bay CQRK MAyOR REACHED 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 safety. THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. LIMITED Sherlock Bids. Phone BROOM AND MOP SALE 24 dozen House Brooms, regular value and On sale at tDJL.UU 10 dozen Duchess Brooms, regular value 75c. On sale 2 dozen Curlers Brooms, regular value and On sale at 5 dozen 0-Cedar Triangular Mops, complete with handle, 1 A A At GET YOUR ORDER IN EARLY. Consumers' Hardware Supply Co y Business Phones: 1212, 1919 Office, 1920 MEETINGS of Pythln Will Inttall Officers There will be a Joint installation U. S. WITHOUT PASSPORT WASHINGTON, Jan. tion of the ciicumstances surround- ing the entry into thig country of Cante o( Tfcanke, In Memarlun, cer-, j, Myrtle Lodge ftp. 3, Alfalfa rletf column at 10 NO. 20 Coaldale, and Damon line. Insertion, minimum We, swy- in advance. BORN Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Routledge at the Van Haarlem hos- pital on December 28th, a daughter. No. 11 Nobleford, tonight at the K. P. Hall. All members requested to be present. Visitors welcome. Refresh- ments Till be serve'd. without a passport, Lodge ordered today by the state d' Kniqhti of Pythias Attention A large turnout of members is re- 20 11 nuested tonight its' we are, to be fav- I ored with -an entertainment hy the I children of the Children's Shelter, who j are desirous of showing their apprec- latlon of the kindness shown by the K. of P. lodges. partment. Officials of the department Intimat- ed that unless some extraordinary basis for extenuation was found, It was probable that no distinction would be drawn between his case and that of any other similar case. The Conservatory Orchestra will i meet for practice at 3.30 o'clock Sun- 'day afternoon next at the Conserva- Judgment has" been handed down :toIT- _____ 711 by his Honor Judge Jackson in the j local case of jicKinnon vs McEwen, After the first of January, 19J1, the i in which the plaintiff Is awan law firm of Johnstons Eltchie will! claim 'with costs. The plaintiff, P. be known under the firm name sold to the Johustone, Ritchie and Gray. 7H Frances McEwqn, a motor car, taking! Trades anri tabor Council An important special meeting of the above Council win be held in the Labor Hall tomorrow (Thursday) ev- ening at 7.30. Scouts to Meet Scouts Ambulance Team No. 4. St. Augustin's will meet tonight at No. 1 fire hall at 7 o'clock sharp. The City Band will meet for prac- tice in the Conservatory ot Music on i Sunday neit at 2 o'clock. from her a lien note to .the value of J1210, payable February t. 1920. The; u n. x. Begin the New Year welt by attend- Scout Notice No. 7 Troop will meet tonight (Wednesday) at 7.30 sharp at their became overdue after some J700 i W- 2 had been paid on it, and action was I taken for the recovery the balance. In delivering judgment for the plain- O in ucil t Cl lllg JUUKLHtfUL HJl Llie mg the whist drive given by the MiJ- tiff, his Honor was of the opinion that V 7 lh6 by the terms of the lien note in j lotion, was entitled to his claim JVDEPTAKINC a.i. j i "i od and wdcome fortn refre8hments ror ail. MACKAY PARLORS r5' I S33 Tliird Avenue Phone 1MB i Brunswick Gramophone SPECIAL PRICE Regular We hive one only to clear >t CASH VICTOR RECORDS REGULAR MICE ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOC, PHONE and costs, to be taxed less the sum of J75 and the sum of ?25 for costs of proving damages to the defendant "TT In diminution of the plaintiff's Dream an old; Execution is not to Issue un- i i ul Blaln'W realizes on the car, anrt trio. A very beautiful record. Willis: then only if necessary for any balance '26idne the plaintiff. If ihere Is a sur- plus nwinr defendant il in to he paid in trie j nef counsel. The plaintiff Is to .lemen nave permission to remove or sell the car for which the lien note was fjiven AT THE ARMOURIES 4 CARSON QUITS THE LEADERSHIP OF ULSTERITES LONDON, Jan. Edward Car- son has decided to relinquish the poli- tical leadership of the Ulster union- ists and also, not to take office In a new Ulster administration, according to the London Times, which adds: "He considers his work as Ulster leader ended with the passing of a home rule act acceptable to his fol- lowers and -will make way for a younger man. He goes to Ulster soon to receive the thanks of the unionists at a great farewell demonstration which Is being planned." DOWAGER QUEEN OP HOLLAND VERY ILL Tlte, played by A very be Piano Store, Hull Block. t1 Art served LONDON, Jan. Queen Emma of The Netherlands, according to Central News dispatches from The Hague, is suffering from enteroicele (intestinal hernia) and an operation is ..considered advisable. Dowager Queen Emma, the'mother I _. of Queen Wilhelmma was the Princess The 20th and 39th Militia Batteries of Waldeck and Pyrmont. She was held their usual lively meeting last i born in 185S. .it the Armouries. I___________ ____ The first hour was in I" -.T. n Oim Drill, followed by Open Tonight 6 to 9p.m. ARE PROMPT WE ARE CAREFUL" Dr. Frederick Rogeri who will give the opening rtelttl on the memorial pipe organ at Wesley Church on Friday evening. DUTCH KEEP DE VREEZE THE HAGUE, Jan. Dutch iourta have refused to grant the extradition to Belgium of Professor De formerly librarian of Ghent University" and now a political re- fugee. the remission of ruiury tax paid on 'cars In stock when the tax was can- celled. A preliminary conference was held with the minister .of finance at noon and a further conference ia be- ing held this afternoon. Prof. Vreeze is accused as a leading "activist'1 in the Flemish sep- aration movement (luring the war. AUTO DEALERS CONFER OTTAWA, Jan. Canadian and retailers of automobiles are having a series conferences here today in regard to CALGARY WOMAN IS SCHOOL BOARD CHAIRMAN CALGARY, Jan. Fred Langford, for the past years a member of the public school board, was elected unanimously to the posi- tion of chairman of the hoard at the organization meeting held yesterflny afternoon.. Mrs. Langford is the first woman to occupy the position in the history of the city. Irltn POLICE BOAST CLASSICAL MOTTO The city police now boast the mot- to "Verbum sap." The inspiration) came from Detective Pat Egan when, referring to certain individuals whom M. S. McArthur for the plaintiff, C. P. Jamieson for the defendant. CASTLE-LAGGAN OTTAWA. .Ta: g. The recruits were divided] :quads according to the progress i T have made. After drill, boxing JadminioQ held sway. j T The recruits are becoming intensely YORK HAD ELECTRICAL STORM interested in the work and are turn- Ing out in large numbers. NEW YORK, Jan. York, which has been swap- ping temperatures this winter with New Orleans, had a Jan- uary electrical storm today by way df novelty. The first thun- mruujAv i'uullvj- "tw v der clap got Brooklyn all ex- T ThX n i ?ghWay makes Lake Loulso citea' am! headquarters U on' as one of the wero" been completed and will thrown open to the public. now he; The new Parks branch of the department of the i t. the police come acro.s, he said, "If, Interior, officially announces today to motorist" of theprairie provinces that the Castle-Laggan highway has and the United States. won't come In wo will have to sap them." "Verbum sap" was the j reply of Constable Mclivena, who Is the classical-" scholar of the force. Hereupon the motto adopted. AN ELECTION IN VANCOUVER VANCOUVER, Jan. man T. H. Kirk announced today that he wonM'nnt be a candidate for mayor against Muj. H. H. Gale at the civic elections here Thursday, January IS. The contest, will bo, between Mayor j i Oale, who is becking a fourth term, l and Pi-Mayor L. U. Taylor. Civic nominations take on Thursday, January C. YOU'RE SAFE Our antliemlc sterlllanr makes tdll the flanitary shop. WESTBROOK BROS. Mh Off. Bute cf Mnntrtil. MAKE HARDING A 32ND DEGREE MASON COLUMIHJS. O., Jan. elect Warren O. Harding will Ins made 11 degree Mason here today. Tbo ceremonial will be conducted by the Columbus consistory, Scoltlsh llite Masons. It will carry Senator Hani- Ing f'oiii tlio fourth to the thirty- aeconj ilegree iu one day. flooded with reports of "au explosion somewhere." "OUR BEST FLOUR" Why worry about bake day when you can call your grocer by phone and have a sack of "OUR BEST" flour put in your flour chert within an hour? Whjn utlng "OUR BEST" it la a pleasure to bike, at It li to to handle and the retult It alwayg Your grocer alwayt "OUR BEST" bectuie he It will give latlifactlon. Ellison Milling and Elevator Co., Ltd. W mcarnis We still have a few dozen bottles of Wincarnis on hand. 4 We will not be buying any more so we would ask those who wish to put in a small quantity to buy now. Only the One Size, THE FRANK HEDLEV DRUG CO, PHONE 772, PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. LOOSE LEAF LEDGERS Many Styles and Prices LIMITED STATIONERS AND PRINTERS THIRD AVENUF. SOUTH ;