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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta ID ASSCR30IA MUSIC CO., LID. 319 Mh Strwt LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD COMMERCIAL CAR Ml iTH IT. aOUTM TMI MtT KAQI TO MINI Penslar Laxative Cold Breakers FOR COLDS, GRiPPE, CORYZA, COLD IN THE HEAD, INFLUENZA The Stokes Drug Co, ltd. AND NEXT DALLAS HOTEL f PHONE UNLESS THE SNOW IS FOUR OR FIVE FEET HIGH THERE'S NO EXCUSE TO STORE YOUR CAR FOR THE WINTER Why not make yours an all-year car and get months of pleasure out of driving? It's simply a question of providing yourself with the right kind of. accwBories.- For AotorlBt who wants to get ths most out of his car. we have the necessary things, all mewurint up to the highest standards of efficiency anil comfort. WE HAVE GOOD BUYS IN SECOND-HAND PRICES RIGHT. Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. FOR THI AUTO- i i a a a Start the New Year Right By making your You caif-always better "for Cash at a CASH STORE where you don't have to pay for the other fellow's BAD DEBTS. Below are our week-end specials: Palry Buttar, No. 1 quality, per Ib.........S5e dandy quality, tpeeial, Ib...........38e Lemons, large size, .per doz.................35c sweet and juicy, ..50c, 60c and 70c Lexon Soap, special, 15 cakes for...........V-00 Toilet Soap, Lavender Bath, 13 Flake White Shortening, 5 Ib. 3 Ib. tins Apples, unwrapped, (Mr and Apples, wrapped, Jonathans Hanisterley Farm Jam Ib. tint St-'aw- berry, Raspberry, Black Currant Tea, Blue Rlbbonr Empress, or Lanka.. ,-f.. .We Coffee, Salvador. Try it. Par Ib...........45c Ffour, best gradei, 98 Ib. Potatoes, the dry and mealy kind. 100 I hi, THE GOOD CO., LTD. WHOLESALB AND RETAIL HIOH AT tETHBRIDSt AND TABIR. I EAT ALL I WANT NOW, AND FEEL FINE BREAD is THE CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD VHE WEATflEK, The Big White Loaf Awur.il By Using PRIDE OF ALBERTA OK MOTHERS' FAVORITE TAYLOR MILLING ELEVATOR CO. Vancouver Kamloops I Grand Forks Edmputon Medicine Hat Swift Current Regina Prince Alhert Winnipeg Victoria No Men GM on the Stomach or Sour Stomaehl No More HMvy FMlIng After or Cenatipation I If you have sour stomach, constipa- tion or gas on the stomach try JUST ONE DOSE simple buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., miiea in Adler-i-ka, the remedy which is becoming known as the MOST POWERFUL bowel cleanser ever sold. The VERY FIRST dose shows re- i suits and a short treatment with Adler-i-ka, will surprise you. This remedy drains such astonish- ing amounts of old matter from the ej-stem that A SINGLE "DOSE relieves constipation, sour stomach'and gaa. ,ou the stomach almost INSTANTW. J.D.HIGINBOTHAM ft CO., LIMITED WholMale and Raul! CKtntiaia Nelson Calgary Lethbridge Moose Jaw Saskatoon Battleford Port Arthur The weather the Clear Clear M .03 Clear Clear 4 Clear ti Clear T Clear .8 Clear 2 Clear S7 Cloudy Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear. iast 24 hours has 2" 2 20 IS 2 .7 .12 32 26 been fair and moderately cold in the prairie provinces. Forecast All "air with stationery or higher temperatures. Model Bakery Cannot be is so light, white, dainty, and delicious to the taste, which is so satis- fying. MODEL BAKERY N, J. Schweitzer, Prop. PHONE 1178. C1TT AND DISTRICT Back Prom England Mr. Swingler has returned from u year's stay in England and has again tnlren charge of his business, th-3 Westminster Market on 13tu St. X. Lethbrltlge. Alberta, Canada A Formar Citizen Sydney Vallance, formerly of Leth- bridge, now counsel for 'the Sojilier Settlement Beard in Alberta, i.j a vis- itor :n the city todftj. Joint R. A. Wright C. B. Bender, jeweler, has arranged jto amalgamate with R. A. Wright on February 1st, and will close out his business In the meantime. iUWOUTICKMENTS Begin the New Year -well by attend- ing the whist drive given by the Mil- itary Chapter, I.O.D.E., in the G. W. PHONE UM tral, gave their play showing the difference In resourcefulness in time of accident, between Guides and Jhoso who have not had the training in First Aid stretcher bearing given to the Guides. Some splendid examples of signalling were .'given in these last two displays and the stretcher bearing created an unusual amount of inter- est among the audience. The render- ing of Rudyard Kipling's poem "If" was also excellent. Mrs. W. S. Gray, captain of No. 3 company, deserves much credit for the excellent training given the chil- dren and the unique method of biing- '.ng their work before the public, also Mrs. Jesse Harris, Brown Owl, of No. ;J, who trained the Brownies so well. Credit is also due Ciilef Hardy who 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 Bldg. Phone 555 For Your Fireplace We have Fixtures that will add much to the-eon- venierice and attractiveness of your Fireplace. Sets consisting of Tongs, Shovel, Poker, Brush and Stand, finished in Deal Black and Brass and Black combination.- These are excellent value at the fol- lowing prices: and COAL HODS IN SOLID Black and Brass and Black combination; also Spark Guards, Fenders, Asbestos Qoal .for Gas Grates, Hearth Brushes; in fact everything for the Fireplace. Consumers Hardware Supply Coy Business Phone.: Office, 1920 Hardware Co., loan of dishes; J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd., candy; A. O. apples; Co., bunting; city of Lethbrldge, flags helped In the ambulance drill. The -Mountain Dairy, ice cream and proceeds will be used to provide uni- canllv; Terrill Floral Co., plants and and equipment for Company No. JACKSON'S WHITE PINE EXPEGTORMT WFTH TAR Kgr cough, cold, bronchitis, spasmodic .croup and similar' diseases ol the air "Contains white pine, wild cherry, spikhartl, blood root, baliarn budB( and ohlwftfom. y APE PROMPT WE ARE CAREFUL" would be ready to resume the repara- tions conference at Brussels with the allies on January 25. The date of roTtho'aT the Selna tho.resumption of this conference was hanks whlcli. although popular in the I originally set for January 10, but Ger- summer months, prove no attraction many gave notice early this week that pare plans for three baths to be erect- ed in Paris within..18 months, i The only swimming baths in Paris eirent evergreens; Prache Bros., plants and i In winter. Dr. and Mrs. Lafferty, 12 turkeys; P. (Continued from page 15.) Guides lent a healthy aim invlgorat- evergreens ___ Other items on the program were a turkey T S Fetter] dual by Mrs. Waddington and Miss jBurna Co' Ltd., ham; Boy Electric i Eileen Waddington recitation, "Dad- Cn illuminating tree; Rotary Club, dy s Letter" by little Miss Burnice Bfake, solo by Miss Paterson, and cos- tume by Mr. Frank Waddington. Mr. Higlnbothani chairman and Mrs. E. A. Smith as cashier. 4, COLLECTIONS FOR TRAVELLERS' AID ing tone to the whole affair and their exhibit awakened a new interest In this work. That the- receipts will j ,5, amount to over Is proof that a i s .j ff great number were in. attendance last evening. Christmas tree and >70; Oblate Fath- ers, St. Patrick's, Gait Hospital Ladles' Aid, candy and ribbon; Form- er Ladies' Aid, for fruit; Leth- bridge Brewing Co., soft drinks; Asin- iboia Music Co., loan of piano; Dr. and Mrs..Lynn, grapes; Geo. Kerr Co., cigarette's and chocolates; City 'Bakery, shortbread; Lethbridge Mer- cantile Co., chocolates; Model buns; John Gilmore Ltd., rolls. For some time the Girl Guides have been working quietly In the city, with the public for the most part unaware Travellers' Aid: The annual report of Hoyal Crown Soap coupon collection for 1920 col- lected by Central W. C. T. U. for the V. A. Club Rooms, at 8 p.m. on Friday] cf their aspirations and aims. This Local evsnlmf, January 7th. Admission 50i Good prizes and refreshments and a for all. 728 For you.' next dance party, get ac- display was for the purpose of bring-1 Ing before the public -tha work that Is being done with the Guides and has created a new Interest among tile peo- ple and a realization .oi .tlie excellent quainted with the popular Jazz Or-J training they are receiving, chestra. F taker, 591. terms, etc., phone Whit- 2 PDERTAKINC. MACKAY PARLORS to" Third'Avenue 1802 >Miss J. Tilney will hold a clearance reduction sale, when The object of the display was fully attained, each division in appropriate costumes, by ..songs and .dialogue great I bringing out their-particular motto, Heetwood Central'............... Westminster Gaibraith Local -1 individuals Outside points she will offer all her trimmed and un- trimmed hats at One-thii-il off all j stamped fbdda, infants clothes, hand kerchiefs, veilings, ribb'on, Htc. Crochet i cottons at 15 cents per baii, all sizes. Shetland at 5o centK per skein. Sale begins on Saturday morning, Jaii- uary Sth and continuing for the 1ml- I'ance of the month. 3rd Ave., Royal Bank fllfig. Phone 11151. 737 (Sgtl.) MARY A. NEEDS. PUBLIC SWIMMING BATHS IN PARIS A NECESSITY PARIS, Dec. Paris' Municipal Council has decided that public swimming baths aro not only a necessity that they are likely to prove -a paying venture and has asked the city architects to GERMANS READY FOR' REPARATIONS CONFERENCE PARIS, Jan. German gov- her representatives would-not he able to be In Brussels on that date. To Cure a Qold In One Day Take .Grove's LAXATIVK BROMO ernment today Informed the allied gov- j QUININE tablots. The unulne bears eruments that the German the signature ot E. W. Grove. OFFICE SUPPLIES MEETINGS Guide Notice. and particularly that ot the whole company "Be Prepared." Tile Brownies in 'their little' playlet "What Are the Brownies" allowed how the name was evolved and the way in which Browning try to be help- THANKS ful and carry out thoir motto, "Lend I a Hand." Their drill and dauces "N splendidly Riven. The junior division followed, giving "The Guides Good Terms" in two Mrs. A. M. Durling, lady superin-! scenes, illustrating the helpful work tendent of flait hospital, wishes to ex-! FROM GALT HOSPITAL j ritine by tlio and the inspira- tion it gives to others. The senior division, Nightinsulo Pa- Ifol, put on an ambulance- sketch, Of All Kinds ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLDCi. PHONE 1265 Xo. 3 company Sr., Uirl Guides will j showing the splendid First Aid and meet Monday at. 7.30.ij.m. in Ht.-Aug-! stretcher work that ,ly.done in lime of accident, and the manner of imnrovis- materials. The Senior division. Red Cross Pa- ustin's parish hall, 'instead of Knox basenifmt. Chief Hnrdy wiil com- mence the First Aid Course in con- nection with thn Guide Badge. We shall be pleased to welcome any sen- ior member of No, company to these meetings until leader is able to resume her duties. The Brownies, No. 3 company, will meet tomorrow afternoon in Knox 'basement nt 3 o'clock. press, through your columns, her sin- cere (hanks to the following for their seasonable sifts, and which helped both patients and BtafC to spend such an enjoyable holiday: Mrs. Husband, candy; Campbell, Wilson Home, candy; the Simpson Co., Ltd., decorations; Hudson's Bay Co., case of oranges, Consumers' Complete Lines of Nice Fresh Killed Meats for the Week-End All Southern Alberta's best, direct from the farm. llbcrta Neat Market SHOES FOR HARD WEAR H. G. KILNER 420 13TH ST. NORTH Men's Solid Leather Work Shoes, Qt in and tan elk, Boys' Black' and Tan Calf, double toes. Qreat shoe for a boy going to school. Per WT Dress from WE WILL STAND BEHIND ANY OF THESE SHOES AS WE KNOW THEIR MAKE-UP. Scout Notice j No. ti'-. up Boy Scouts, will meet Friday night usual. A. Wright, Scoutmaster. YOU'RE SAFE Our antlieptlc sterilizer makes the sanitary shop. WeSTBROOK BROS. M, cf Montreal Nro. 4 troop, 13oy Scouts, will parade for Ill-st aid inspecHon at No. 1 Fire Hall tonight at seven-thirty. Therp will bu a meeting of the Lfith- bridge (local) Boy Sc.outs Association I on Monday night, January 10th, .In room llli, BherlncK UulIJing, at 8 I I p.mT All Scout oflluera and members I of the association an; requested to be} "proaent. Important IniHinesn to lie' brought up. Signed, Sam Harrison, I i accretary-trcasurer, Buy Scouts As-' j soclatlnn. "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 chut within an hour? When uilng "OUR BEST" it li pleasure to bike, at it 10 eciy to handle and 'the It always Your grocer always handlet "OUR BEST" became he lure It will slve tatiifactlon. Ellison Milling and Elevator Ltd. PRESCRIPTIONS For Accurate dispensing bring your prescrip- tions to us. We'fill them'exactly as your physician directs. Only the purest of drags are used in our prescription department. OPEN TILL 9 P.M, TONIGHT THE FRANK HEDLEY DRUG CO, PHONE 772. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. liOOSE LEAF LEDGERS Many and EVERALL'S LIMITED STATIONERS AND PRINTERS THIRD AVINUE SOUTH ;