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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta NOMDHIIMIK FHUNOORAPMt ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. Mh ktmt f LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD COMMERCIAL CAFE iW SOUTH THE BUT PLACI TO MNI Penslar Laxative Cold Breakers FOR COLDS, GRIPPE, CORYZA, COLD IN THE HEAD, INFLUENZA The .Stokes Drug Co, Ltd. DRUGGISTS AND STATION NEXT DALLAS HOTEL FHONB Enjoy the Comforts of Winter Motoring MANY A MAN who puti up hit car winter Mvenl good montht of driving. At a (mill outlay he cm keep hit car going. He can motor with the same comfort at he does In turn- mer If he has the proper equipment. Here it everything you and Hood Covert, Auto Heaters, Carbon Removers, Robes, Anti-Skid Chaint ind Rugi. Our prleet are right. Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. CVBRYTHINfl FOR TMi AUTO BREAD is THE CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD The Big White Loaf la Atturori By Using PRIDE OF ALBERTA OR 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 sell for less. THE GOOD CO., LTD. WHOLE1ALB AND RKTAiL CLAM AT LITHtRltXil ANO TAftlft. 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. Schweitzer, Prop, PHONE 1175. ANKOVNCKBfENTB After the drat of'Jannary, 1921, tbe law nrm of Johngtone A Ritchie will be known under the firm name of Johnstone, Ritchie and Gray. 714 Begin the New Year well by attend- ing the whist drive giveu. by the Mil- iiyry Chapter, I.6.D.B., jn the O. W. V. A. Club Rooms, at 8 p.m. on Friday evening, January 7th. Admission 5Qc. Good prizes and refreshments and a welcome tor all. 728 Dance, Friday, January 7th in the St. Basil's school hall. Gentlemen ladies 25 cents, Refreshments served. Don't forget the Girl Guides enter- tainment. this evening, Knor base- ment, 8 o'clock sharp. Admission, i adults 60, cents, children 15 cents. i This entertainment, given by No. 3 company, Girl Guides, will be one of great Interest, as not only a demon- stration of their work will be given but other various items on the pro- gram assisted by some of Leth- (bridge's finest talent will be given. We have just received another ship- of "Scotch and Soda." The most phenomenal dance hit of the sea- son. Victor Department, Willis Piano Store, Hull Block. 730 Open Until 9 o'clock Tonight J.D.HIGINBGTHAM t CO., LIMITED Whotaulf Md Retail Cd.mliU Ut.-ibridge. Alberta, Canada YHE WEATHER Vancouver KamlooiH Nplsnn Calgary...... I.ethbridne Regina Winnipeg Victoria Pentlcton Edmonton Medicine Hat Moose Jaw Saskatoon Port Arthur 33 14 ?X -6 3 4 10 31 2T -10 i; s 10 Fair Clear Cloudy i Clear I Clear Clear Clotdy Cloudy Cloudy; .02 Clear Clear i Clear Cloudy Cloudy .16 Weather the past 24 hours has'been part cloudy and mild with lowering temperature in the prairie provinces. snow In northern Saskatchewan and Alberta, Forecasts and turning colder tonight and Friday. and colder, Fri-. day fair and not quite so cold. and cold today, mod- erating tonight and on Friday. CITT AND DISTRICT Fined At the city police court on Thurs-' iday morning, Chas. a Fin-. lander, was fined with costs for be- i ing intoxicated In the Yalo Cafe. bridge Poultry and Pet Stock Aesocta- Court at Cardstim Judge Jackson is holding court at Cardston today Appointment. Made Permanent The appointment of Mr. Dave Jenfc- A tonic, blood-build- ;er, and nerve food. We still have a fair stock of this valuable tonic. TWO SIZES Small, Bottle. Large, Bottle. THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. LIMITED Sherlock Bldf. Phone 5M tion will be held -tonight at llls, aa court .tenographer in the lo- o'clock in the Board ot Trade build- ing. Election of officers. .A full at- tendance requeoted, and any person interested will bo very G.W.V.A. Executive cal courthouse, has beeu made perma- nent. B Thnrs- to ilUend the S Pressler. A meeting of thevG.W.V.A. execu- mnma ai tire-will be held this evening at J-lu day at 8 Annual Meeting The annual meeting of the Leth- bridge Poultry association will he held in the Board of Trade building at this evening. To Attend Funeral All of tho O.W.V.A. are re- quested to 'he at the G.W.V.A. club tomorrow, Friday, t the ,ato Joseph BMketball Tonight Sumlay school basketball game to- ,nlpht at at the "Y." Wesley L.D.S. Turn out and see a good game. An Acknowledgment Robert Barrowman, lion, sec.-treas. A. O. F. Meeting Court Unity A. O. F. will hold their jot the children's Aid Society begs to of of BROOM AND MOP SALE 24 dozen House Brooms, regular vttae and On A A sale at 10 (dozen Duchess Brooms, regular Value 75c. On sale at 2 dozen Curlers Brooms, rei On sale at...... 5 dozen 0-Cedar Triangular Mops, complete with handle. A A GET YOUR ORDER IN EARLY. Consumers' Hardware Supply Co y Business Phones: Office, 1920 Carl SanqnUt Elected Fine Program on New Year's Eve At the Older Boys' Conclave held at the Y f! A last JiVlflaV thp fol. {owing offlc'era were electld- Carl S. 0. E. INSTAL OFFICERS A very successful and enjoyable meeting lo{ the Sons of England was and J4.50 from Myrtle' Lodge, Knights oi Pythias. A Giant Thermometer A giant thermometer Vand baro- 103 Third Avenue Phone 1808 A Nicht Wi' Burns i The> Lethbridge City Pipe Band are i arranging for a Burns' Supper and I Dance to be held January 25th in j Burgmann's hall. Invitations can be secured by phoning 1505. Crawford, Mentor. The boys then decorated their tables and got the "eats" ready for the sup- per. At the conclusion of supper the different squares gave their yells and songs which were adjudged as part of the competition between .the squares for best decorated table, -song, yell, and best Athletic team. Toasts were then given. There was a toast to the king, proposed by Rev. Mr. Cragg and responded to by sing- ing "God the a toast to our country, proposed by Mr. Low and responded to by singing "0 Can- a toast to First Alberta Older Boys Provincial Parliament, proposed by Mr. Gounewald. the member from Coaldale, and responded to by Mr. Petley; a toast to the visiting squares, proposed by El wood Church, and re- sponded to by'Mr. Baldwin; a toast _ u.uu..u to the success of C. S. E. T. in 1921, oC the above mentioned officers, when DaaeDan league will be start- Proposed by Carl Sandquist and re- jany information with regard to the j w k commence lead-1 sponded to by Rev. Mr. Bosomwbrth ling up to a drcug ba put on Coaldale; a toast to the past year, boys at the end of March. If proposed by Alan Hamilton, and re- held last evening In the I.O.O.P. hall., Ineter combined has been installed' when the following officers for 1921' the Elite Cigar store, whereby were installed to office by D. DO. P. can get a forecast of tho Bro. F.-T_ Robins Past Pres.. Bro T., weather. It is protected from severe Oxland; W. President, Tito G.W. Par-1 weatner and surmonntod by a silver- sons: Vicfe-Pree., Bro. E. Fauneh; i mmillg tar B days I feecretary.Treasurer, W. J. Coombes; witllout attention. -The thermometer Chaplain, Bro. W. T. .Stott; ,Iown to 90 degr8ea bolow ;Bro. C. H. Wakelen; barometer radicates j'Bros. RMorelandJ HalneaO. J.; rainj stormy weather, and ;Slarks, A. Jones and A. B. WHham; disturbances. i auditors, Bros. F. T, Robins and W.' Holberton. The lodge is looking for a very suc- Gym Activities The boys' gym claane at the cessful year and any Englishman onaro now jn The ,un descendant of im Englishman Aesirouo "Y" Brunswick Gramophone SPECIAL PRICE Regular We have one only to clear at CASH VICTOR RECORDS REGULAR PRICE ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLDG. PHONE 1265. Mis: Strote will organize a mid- I winter kindergarten class at the Loth- urldge Conservatory of Music Satur- day, January Sth, at p.m. for cliilurcn frniT! to vears of age. Training given in note reading at blackboard and keyboard and rythm through singing, with rhythmic exer- cises and folk games. Tiie course gives a full foundation for later prac- tice of studies at tto piano or other instruments. society will bo cheerfully given. you don't know your class hours, why get around and find out right away. HUSBAND WOULDN'T EAT DINNER, WIFE POISONED HERSELF ST. JOHN NOT THE PLACE x- FOR UNEMPLOYED SEAMEN ST. JOHN', N. D., Jan. ed seamen looking for vessels to shiu on. can find little work along the St. John waterfront at the pres- ent time. Many are coming here look- ing for work only to meet with dis- appointment for there is not much of Ifihor aboard the big ships. 'Some of the freighters are finding it j s'am vvm. farit'oL'buell Hlver, difficult to secure cargoes and seamen are consequently not in demand. 'There are'always men available Park atlerjpted hie own life the Seamen's Institute for any skipper j by shooting himaelf In the head and o has a vacancy to be filled aboard was removed to the Winnipeg Gen- WINNIPtfC, Jan. took poi- son because I would not taka my din- s'am vvm. buell Hlver, Man., when toiling of his wife's sui- cide, which occurred on January 2. MEETINGS The A. T. P. A. meeting that was .railed for Thursday evening of this I week, has been postponed to Thurs- d.'LV. Jfiniinry 13frh; when will hn made for another popular whist drive land bridge. bis ship. oral hospital, where he is recovering. sponded to by Jamie Denoon; a toast to the New Year, proposed by Alan Rldpath and responded to by Bill Westcott. The official opening was then held by the'usual ceremony and a Scrip- ture reading by Alex. Atken. A con- test was staged between the squares in the form of a "Whistle Fast." The members of parliament then made their' report of the first parliament in Alberta aa reported In the Herald some days ago. Each square entertained the con- clave for ten minutes. The members of parliament then staged "Throe in an a scene in the drawing room a C.P.R. I Brownlef; Meet The TJrowufes of St. Angustln's i will meet as usual, 4.15 p.m. Friday, I. in the pariah room, llth. St. S. YOU'RE SAFE Our antiseptic sterilizer makes this the sanitary shop. WESTBRUOK BROS. St. Opp. Bank of Moncrtil. St. AtiKUHtiu'H Parish Council will meet tonight in the vestry -of the chapol, cornor of 2nd Ave. and Sth St. south at S o'clock. Emnrgeney moet- Girl Guides No, 1 Oirl Guides meet as usuul in their club rooms in St. Aug- iistin's on Friday at 7.15 p.m. Tin; annual iiKetlng ot thu Leth- "OUR BEST FLOUR" Why worry about bake day when you can call your grocer by phone and have a >ack of "OUR BEST" flour'put in your flour chest within an hour? When "OUR .BEST" it is a pleasure to a> it is so easy to handle and the result it always as. aured. Your grocer alwayi handles "OUR BEST" became he it aura It will give Ellison Milling and Elevator Co, Ltd JACKSON'S WHITE PINE EXPECTORANT WITH TAR For cough, cold, fcronchltla, spasmodic croup and similar dlnuea of the air pauaatres. Contains white pine, wild cherry, spiknard, blood root, poplar buds, and chloroform. WE ARE CAREFUL deeper while on the way to ton, portraying the way in which theI porter earned, hit tips. i The1 conclave' retired to the gym I floor where a very close contest be-1 tween the "athletic teams of the j squares was teid, after which a.swim- ming contest was staged in the pool. After this a very impressive sight could have been witnessed of the coitf- clave holding a devotional ceremony as the Old Year went out and the New Tear came In. A report by the judges was then given of the result of the contests between -the varlona squares during the evening. Coaldale was proclaimed winner with a score forty-two point: out of fifty. BANK CLEARINGS SHOW CONSIDERABLE DROP Bank clearings for the firit week of 1921 fell about short of those of the first week of 1920, though for what particular reason no one can state. It" is generally admitted that business today is practically as good as it was a year ago though at that time a great deal of money was chang- ing hands for livestock which the farmers were sacrlflaing, and for hay which was toeing brought in from every direction to feed the livestock still left on the farms. The clearings for the week ending today were 539 as against for the cor- responding week last year. Births, Deaths, Funerals OMtht, PwMrM ef Thank.; In In thle column at 10 edits line, each Intertlon, minimum Me, pay- able In DIED the titf on Wed- nesday, January, 5th, lift. Wilfrid Achnrch of Tuberose, age 83 years. The funeral neld this (Thursday) afternoon' at S o'clock from Mackay's parlors. KIT. officiating, cemetery. Interment In. the Pub'ic 733 IN MEMORIAM In lovrog memory of James Duncnn Craigen, died January Sth, 1929. Gone Is the face I loved so dear, Client Is the voice I loved to hear; Too far away for sight or speech, But not too far for thoughts to reach. What happy hours we once How sweet their memory atjll, But now there is an aching void That never can be filled. Inserted by his loving wife and child. Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days Smart advance spring wrap Druggists refund money If PAZO feature straight line, unbelted types OINTMENT falls to cure Itching, with shirred sides, low waistlines. Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles, (generally indicated by cord seams! Instantly relieves Itching Piles, and or through the actual cut of the can get restful sleep after first and. wide sleeves. application. 60c. TANLAC .IS A' SPLENDID TONIC AND SYSTEM PURIFIER. A treatment prepared by the combination of roots, bairltf, and he.'bs gathered in various parts of tho world and blended to produce the beet results. Price WE HAVE A STOCK OF TANLAC AND WOULD BE PLEASED TO SEND A BOTTLE TO YOU AT ANY ADDRESS IN THE CITY, THE FRANK HEDLEY DRUG CO, PHONE 772. PRESCRIPTION LOOSE LEAF LEDGERS Many and Prices f EVERALL'S LIMITED 8TATIOJNKR8 AND PRINTERS THIRD AVINUI IOVTH ;