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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta NQMDNIIMEH ASSMBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. I1f tMt SlflMt LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD COMMEROAL CAFE Ml ITH SOUTH THE Birr pkAci to MNI Penslar Laxative Cold Breakers FOR COLDS, GRIPPE, CORYZA, COLD IN THE HEAD, INFLUENZA The Stokes Drag Ltd. DRUG6ISTS AND STATIONERS NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE Jam For Less Money KING BEACH, HAMSTERLEY FARM, WAGSTAFFE'S, EMPRESS, NELSON, E. P. SMITH'S AND QUAKER BRANDS. ALL THE BEST CANADIAN PACKS INCLUDING STRAWBERRY, RASP. BERRY, LOGANBERRY, BLACK CURRANT, ETC. EVERY TIN GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATIS- FACTION AND TO BE ABSOLUTELY PURE FRUIT AND SUGAR. ALSO A QUANTITY OF CLIMAX MIXED JAMS, CONSISTING OF STRAWBERRY AND APPLE, RASPBERRY AND APPLE, AND RED CURRANT JELLY. ALL PURE JAMS, 4 Ib. tin, each Per case CLIMAX MIXED JAMS, 4 Ib. tlr.i, eieh Per case auorttd THE GOOD CO., LTD. WHOLESALE AND RBTAIL HIOH CLASS AT LUTHtRICClE AND TABRK. UNLESS THE SNOW IS FOUR OR FIVE FEET HIGH THERE'S NO EXCUSE TO STORE YOUR CAR FOR THE WINTER Why not mike yours an all-year car and net additional months o! pleasure out ot driTing? It's a queitioa of prerUtaw yowaelf irtth tha right of accessories. For the motorist irfeo vuti to the most ont of hit ear, we hire the necessary aO nwmriag up to tie highest standards o( eiHciency and comfort. WE HAVE GOOO BUYS IN SECOND-HAND RIGHT. Baalim Motor Co., Ltd TOW TH1 BREAD is THE CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD fi_ mi Toe Big White Loaf h Aaaurad By Using PRIDE OF ALBERTA on MOTHERS' FAVORITE TAYLOR MILLING ELEVATOR CO. ModelBakery Cannot be is BO light, white, dainty, and delicious to the taste, which is so satis- fying. MODEL. BAKERY N. J. tehwtltnr. Prop. PHONE 1175. ANNOUWCEHEHTS A will held m the Knights of PytMu on Saturday from t till 11 Cannoneers' Jail orchestra supplying the mnslc. Good floor. Good time to all and the best ot music. Ladles X cents, teats A few cart ot used limber, suitable far shedt, fences, etc. For sale ehaap. Yards: Lethbridge. Coaldale, Chin and Bamwell. P. Lund ft Son, Phone SIS, Lethbrldge. 597 Vha Chrlnle I. Gardner, shampoo and scalp treatment and facial mil- sage by appointment Phone 739. 6, Hlginbothttm Block. 70 for your nett dance party, get gnalnteil wiih popular Jazz Or- chestra. For terms, etc., phone Whit- taker, 611. Anethsr classic by Flonisby Quartet from Mozart's quartet in D Minor. A marvelous record. Willii Piano Store, Hull Block. MACKAY PARLORS Third 1M3 Drawing and Painting Miss Kirk's classes will begin next Monday and Tuesday, January 10th, and Hth at the Y. M. C. A. Particu- lars on application? Hoorn IS, Victoria .Mansions, or phone 636. 740 MEETINGS There will-be a meeting of the Leth- bridge (local) Boy Soouta Association on Monday night, January -loth, 1321, in room 116, Sherlock Bunding, at 8 p.m. AH Scout officers and members ot the association are requested to be [present. Important business to lio brought up. Sighed, Sam Harrison, secretary-treasurer, Boy Scouts As- sociation. OFFICE SUPPLIES Of All Kind, ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLDG. PHONE IMS v YOU'RE Our MrtlMptlc Merllixer thj> aw uattvr abor. WESTBHOOK BROS. 4to JLM> Of Births, Deaths, Funerals Deatka, Funsral Thanka, In MemorUm. car- ried In thta celvmn at to centa per line, each insertion, minimum 50c, pay- able Hi To Mr. and Mrs. Shippobothani, Sth Are. South, on January 7th, a, son, Victor. UPPER, RrHNE GOES DMY OBNBVA, Jan. npper ri Rhine has virtually gnw'dry and there hue boen so water connection Basel and Strusbourg since Norembtr 18. A large number of hoati have been stranded ai suit. The hitherto 'extenshre rirer trade Is at a standstill, Ash can be caught by the hand and dangerou: sandbanks are piling up. Such a sit- uation not eileted before In 120 years, the records COLUMBIA Grafonolas COME IN AND HEAR THE NEW DANCE J.D.HIGINBOTHAM ft CO., LIMITED Wnotatale tut Retell Canada VtraWKATflKK Vancouver Kamloope Grand Edmonton Medicine Rat Swift Current Prince Albert Port Arthur, Victoria Pentlcton Nelson...... Calgary Moose Jaw Saskatoon BatUeford Winnipeg 35 24 20 14 10 4 -11 -JO -10 Rain Clear Cloudy Clear Clear 28 4 Cloudy 17 -11 Clear -4 -30 Clear -10 Clear 38 S Cloudy 4fi 39 Cloudy J6 29 .01 Cloudy 32 25 .10 Cloudy 32 12 Cloudy 33 21 Clear 34 -3 "Clear 11 i Clear 4 -10 Clear 12-6 Clear The weather since yesterday hu turned colder In Manitoba and Sas- katchewan. Forecasts and quite cold to- day. Sunday fair and not Quite so cold. and cold today. Sunday light anowfaUs and cold In the north. and milder today and on Sunday. People's Forum CUT AND DISTRICT Meetlni Postponed The Old-Timers' meeting called for Monday night, Jan. 10th, been postponed until further notice. Rtv. i. Frtinklyn at "Y" Sunday Then will be the usual meeting tor men on Sunday at the Y.M.C.A. when the Rev. J, Kranklyn ot Australia will be the special speaker. All men are cordially invited to come and take this In. It begins at 5 o'clock and will be followed by the Strangers' Tea at 6.15 PJB. Comlnu to Mr. McWUliams of the Stacey Lum- ber Co. is being transferred to Leth- bridge under the same company and will be moved there the beginning at February, and Mr. Clyde Bell is taking over the Stacey Lumber yard Bow Island Review. Studio Removed Mr. H. McG. Young has removed his music studio. from the Alberta Loan Building to his residence, -626 llth St. South. THE CITY AUDIT Editor.The Herald: Interested In the ques- tion of simplicity of the financial statements of the city of Lethbridge I. took up some of the auditor's reports that happened to be at hand. I found on page" 64 of the Commissioners' and Auditor's Report for the year 1918 concise statement expenditures of "Business is supply- ing human needs econo- mically, efficiently, hon- estly, faithfully, to the end that all parties in every transaction shall thrive, and the greatest good Co the greatest number follow." May We Serve You During Nlneteen-Twtnty-One. THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. UNITED Sherlock Bldg. Phone 655 while in the 1916 report, page 100, the summary shows an ac- tual expenditure of leas than nothing on sewer -maintenance. Now if the principal part of the sav- ingi shown ot one year's expenditures over another year's lies the different years from 1910 to in a different .system of book- keeping, I for one hold that the tax- payers should be acquainted with that fact. Thanking yon for the space, I re- main, Tours truly, J. P. HAMILTON. Had Sister Here The Teeawater News, Ont., refers in length to tho death of the late Margaret Brown Stutt, mother of' Mrs. Annie Cross of Lethbridge, who pnss- ed away in her.75th year.on December 30th last. The deceased was the widow of the late Archibald Stutt, who predeceased fter four years ago. She was born in Ireland, and came to Canada at the age ot threo y.ars with her parents, settling at Port Hope, ,and removing to Culrosa about fifteen years ago. The funeral service was held in Christ church, Teeswater. She left to mourn her eight children. Salvation Army Gospel All day tomorrow (Sunday) Adju- tant Hardy and Lieut. Ede 'Will con- duct spefcial services. At 11 a.m. the Lieutenant will give an Holiness ad- dress, and at 7.30 p.m. a great Salva- tion meeting will be held, in which the Adjutant will speak. Selected music and songs will .be gjven. All are most heartily welcome to the Sal-, vation Army. these heading: 1. maintenance of Streets, Parks, Fire, Police, Health, etc. 2. Maintenance of Schools. 3. Maintenance of. Hospital, 4. General Debenture Payments. Here I thought is a clear and con- cise statement which all taxpayers would like to sre. .It appeared to be .a .comparison head- ings o( the actual expenditure by year. Any taxpayer who had not time to go more fully into the details of expenditure would 'be well satisfied with. such, a statement. This state- ment showed a difference of expendi- ture for the different years, in the cost of running; the coming under the heading No. 1 above. To ascertain just wherein these differences occurred I turned to the revenue and expense account ot 191i first. I found under "Revenue" as well as the 1912 taxes such Items as Licenses, Poll Tax, Dog Tax, Police Fines, etc., amounting to but in the 1915 report page 8G there was no mention of these last sources of revenue. then turned -to the statement of expenditure, pages 86 to 99, report of 1916 and I found that all these revenues had been deducted from the 1916 current under the different departments, and not only had these been deducted but the-special "nouleTard frontige tai and the sower frontage tax had also boen deducted from the 1916 current expenditure before it.. was carried down for comparison witU the expen- diture of other years. If in the years before the coramis slon form of government was inaugur ated these forms of revenue were not deducted from lira statement of the actual Jfc would: appear very misleading to, the taxpayer to compare these expenditures with statements of expenditure of recent years whore all kinds of deductions had first been made. To illustrate this point, the 1912 summary of expenditure shows an ex- penditure on repair's to sewers ot Newfoundland To Erect Elaborate i Memorial Arch ST. JOHN'S, N. which contributed a very large pro- portion of her populationMo the Brit- ish land and naval forces in t'ne world war, is making preparations for the construction here of an elaborate mem- orial to those who fell on the field of battle or went down .with torpedoed" ships. Plans have been drawn for a memorial arch, with a inonumeat be- naath, leading through a colonnade to a normal school building in which the central hall will be designated as Mem- orial Hall. :ln the hall will be displayed tablets bearing the names otM Newfound- landers who gave their lives in the war. It is estimated that the cost of the project will be about J350.000. It will be raised in part by popular subscrip- tion and It is expected that the gov- ernment will provide tie funds for1 the school building. The site of the memorial will be the Parade Ground in St. John's. To Cum a Quid In One Day Take Grove's LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE tablets. The genuine bears, tho slcnature of E. W. Grove. 30e. "ODR 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 chest within an hour? Whtn ualna "OUR BEST" it la a pleasure to M It ta aa May to handle and the mult'In always Your grocer hmdlei "OUR IEST" btcauts eure R will five Elevator Co., Ltd Mix a Little of Our Paint with a Little of Your Effort and You'll Have A Bright Clean, and Cheerful Home It s Surprising; what a change one can make with Just a yalat Boon, the, a at btthtat and so many placca a oar food will improve the appearance and make thtnfs wMT Several Good Colon in Which An Orsysfrchsd at per quart; faHon. This la not cheap paint, tat' enr akjk brand, and our guarantee goes wttn Consumers' Hardware ft Co y Business 1980 JACKSON WHITE PINE EXPECTORANT WITH TAR FOP cough, ipatmodlc cronp, anl sbnllar dliiun of the air passages. white pine, wild cherry, iptknard, blood root, balamm poplar buds, wssadru and chloroform. t 35cimd75c WE ARE CAREFUL" THE MELANCHOLY DAYS Bear Lake, Fla. or ipttt We have the largeet.and best of Toilet Articles in Alberta, v Face Powders 35c ta M.OO Toilet Waters ------7Sc to Face 35c to Tali-urns ........2Sc to Rouge 35e to Fancy Perfumed 33c to V per cake.. 1V to Also a complete lint of Staln'a Mafc-iip, Cold Cream a, Powders, all ahadis; Linings, and Grease THE FRANK HEDLEY DRUG CO, PHONE 772. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALIITt. LOOSE LEAF Many and Meet EVERALL'5 LIMITED STATIONERS AN ft PRINTERS THIRD AVENUE SOUTH ;