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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta NORDHIIMIri MANOS ASSWffiOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "tmrytlihif Strwt LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD COMMERCIAL CAFE Ml ITH ST. SOUTH THE UST M.ACI TO DIN! Open Till O'Clock TONIGHT (TUESDAY) The Stokes Drag Co. Ltd. AND NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE UNLESS THE SNOW IS FOUR OR FIVE FEET HIGH THERE'S NO EXCUSE TO STORE YOUR CAR FOR THE WINTER Why not inake yours an, all-year car antl get additional months of pleasure out of dririnc? It's simply a question of providing yourself with the right kind of accessoMes. For the motorist who wants to get the most out his car, we have the necessary things, all measuring up to the highest standards of efficiency and comfort. WE HAVE GOOD BUYS IN SECOND-HAND RIGHT. Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. IVCRYTHIMQ FOR THI AUTO Cotfs Cut Down Your Grocery Bills will be less if you take advantage of our CASH SYS- TEM where a small charge is made for delivering. Here are a few of today's GRANULATED Ib. sacks, CMh, 100 Ib. sacks. .....................J13.25 SWIFT'S PURE Ib. pills .........95e 5 Ib. pails 10 Ib. pails FLAKEWHITE Ib. pails...85c 5 Ib. palls ..............................11.44 Pure Ceylon and Nabob Brandt, both extra fine quality and guaranteed to give satisfaction. Per ihe best Canadian Ibftins, each "per case assorted CLIMAX Ib. tins, each ............95c We have a fine stock of apples at prices ranging from per case and up. All good values. THE GOOD CO. LTD. WHOLESALE AN9 RCTAiL HIQH STORES AT LETHBRIDCiE AND TABEK. BREAD is THE CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD The Big White Loaf It Auurtri By Uilng PRIDE OF ALBERTA ON MOTHERS' FAVORITE TAYLOR MILLING ELEVATOR CO. Model Bakery' Quality Bread Cannot be is so light, white, dainty, and delicious to the taste, which is fying. MODEL BAKERY N. J. Sehweltitr, Prop. PHONE 1175. COLUMBIA Gfafonolas COME IN AND HEAR THE NEW DANCE RECORDS. J.D.HIGINBOTHAM CO., LIMITED ind Refill Phones LcthBridot, Allxrta, VHE WEATHEK 24 -.3 16 S 13 3 S -IS j Vancouver 31 Ifegina Saskatoon Calgary 1 1 Medicine Hat ____ 23 jLethbridge 30 j Grand Forks -1 Edmonton 2I> (Winnipeg S Port Arthur 1 1 The weather (luring j hours has been -fair ami quite cold in Manitoba and Saskatchewan; mild- j er in Alberta. I Forecasts Manitoba and Pair I and not quite so cold. Alberta Fair and comparatively mild. Clear Cloudy Snow j Clear I Clear .Clear Clear Clear Cloudy the past 24 CITY AND DISTRICT Prof. Mutton May Come Prof. G. H. Button of the C.P.R. Department of Natural Resources tele-, phoned President Marnocli of the Board of Trade this morning stating i his uegret that he was unable to at- tend the. annual meeting last night, i President Maruoch states it is pos- i Bible Mr. Hutton may come down for a meeting gome time during the latter i part of January or early in February i when he will be pleased to talk on i I livestock matters.' New 'Phone Manager Arrives i George Panling, new local manager! of the provmcfel government tele- phone system, has arrived from Medi- cine Hat to take charge here. i ANNOUNCEMENTS I Removed Mr. H. McG. Young has removed his music stndlo from the Alberta Loan I Building to his residence, 626 llth St. south. 749 A Scotch dance will bo given in the [Miners Tail Hall on Wednesday, Jan-i i uary 12th at the blue line car terminal, 1 13th St. north. i ATOMIZERS FOR Nose and Throat The use of an atomizer is now the most fcppi-oved way treat- ing catarrahal condition the throat and nose. We have a fine var- ious kinds tips tor continuous or intermittent sprays, May be used for Oils or Aque- ous Price to THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. LIMITED Sherlock Bldg. Phone 555 Imported Willow Clothes Baskets Two Sizes, Handy combination Step Ladder Stools................r ,93.00 Clothes Horses, Ifloning Boards, and all the other Kitchen and Laundry needs In Wooden Ware.; Do not miss our sale on House Brooms and Curlers' Brooms; 'regular value and selling Duchess Brooms, 75c value, for .....-.........2Sc Q'Cedar Triangular Mops, size, for THIS SALE WILL BE ON FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY, Consumers' Hardware Supply Go y Business Office, 1920 The Daughters ana olalda of Eng- land will holH the third whist drlva of the series in Burgmann's Hall to- morrow evening, at p.m. .Good prizes will be given and refreshments served. Admission, Uadiss 50 cents and gents 75 cents. 755 OFFER TO BRITISH FIRM TO COME TO CANADA OTTAWA, Jan. Press.) rrCabled advices. from .London that I the Canadian government has offered a Walsall firm exemption of land tax as an offer to transfer its factory to Canada are regarded here as -being founded on a 'misapprehension. The Canadian government does not im- pose any such tax on land "and there- fore could not grant an exemption. It is presumed thaftha offer was made by some municipal government. Army and Navy Veterans' Ann. The regular meeting wilt be held in the Moose Hall, iiiginbotham j Block, on Thursday, January 13th, at 7.30 p.m. Social commences at 8.30, Canadian Navy Official Welcome At Halifax Juntor Hoopers .Go South The second team the Jocal bas- ketball club accompanied the first team io Stirling Tuesday afternoon. Beware of the Handkerchief (By Brice Beiden, M.D.) Veteran Sportsmen To Meet There .will be a meeting on Thurs- day evening, -lauuary 13th, (or all Vet- eran footballers and Veteran support- ers, in the O.W.V.A. Club Rooms at 8 o'clock. Any voteraa who is desir- ous of seeing good, clean sport in city of Lethbridge is asked to make a special effort to attend this meeting. For your next dance party, get ac-. qualnted with the popular Jazz Or-! chestra. For terms, etc., phone Whit-i tekar, 691. ;t and) made! Phone Leth-j 'arlors. STEEL WORKERS WILL FIGHT WAGE REDUCTION Mrs. Woods, Scalp Medicai Massage. Combings up. Special hairdressings, etc. 1710 for appointments. The bridge Ladies Hairdressing Hull Block, Ground Floor. MEETINGS UNDERTAKE MACKAY PARLORS 103 Third Avenue 1802 fcout Notice No. 7 Troop will meet tomorrow (Wednesday) evening in-their head- 7 o'clock, w. J. Mullin, Scoutmaster. OFFICE SUPPLIES Of All Kinds ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLDG. PHONE 1265 Births, Deaths, Funerals Births, OtHhi, Ffneml Notices, of Thinki, In Memorlam. car ried In this column at 10 cents per Hne, each Invertlon, minimum 50c, pay- able in I SYDNEY, N. S., Jan. they will fight by every means in their power the -0 per cent, "wage reduction ordered last Saturday by the Domin- ion Iron ami Steel corporation was evidenced at a mass meeting of the steel workers' union here last night. Speaker after speaker took the floor and declared that there was nothitig In either the cost or prices of steeJ or in the trend of the cost ot living to justify the drastic proposed by the steel corporation. An effort will be made to induce the company to change its announc- ed purpose of making the 20 per cant, reduction, but if this fails, an inter- view with the federal -government will he souKht. An interview with the corporation management will be arranged tomorrow. Hon. C. C- Ballantyne, minister of marine and who extended an official -welcome to the three ships presented to Canada by Great Britain and which arrived week. at Halifax this BORN Mr. and Mrs. Jack Edwards on Tuesday, January 4th, at the Van Haarlem Hospital, a sou. 25-1 NIVELLE PARIS. Jan. Robert Nivelifi hns been awarded the grand cross of the Legion of Honor. To Cure a Qold in One Day Take Grove's LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE tablets. The genuine boars the signature of E. W. Grove. 30c. The danger of the pocket handker- chief as a source of infection has been little recognized even at times when such sources are being searched for most frantically. During the influ- enza, epidemic people about every conceivable germ carrier the pocket h anil kerchief. They were given directions for avoid- ing trouble, anil some of the most popular of precautions were absolute- ly useless, or .what is more, rather harmful. The deadly pocket handker- chief was not mentioned in the list of things to beware of or offset. Nasal douches and face masks such as were used during the epidemic were useless to anyone who had ex- posed himself to the menace of the pocket handkerchief. When it is realised that the handkerchief of -an influenza patient is a perfect Jncuba- tor for the germs of the disease, it. will be seen that these favorite pre- cautions are rather foolish. The face mask interfered with frde breathing and made the air which did enter unhealthily warm and damp. Gargling also was a small precau- tion against the greater danger of the infected handkerchief, besides being a of the natural secretions which might have helped to offset the handkerchief menace. Germs feed and multiply in the moist handkerchief and if the person which owns the incubator, has already become infected the danger is, of course, the more terrible to others, and the owner may rein feet himself through it. If this handkerchief. is kept in a warm pocket the germs will find themselves in a most comfortable and encouraging environment and the result will be a veritable death-trap, ready to put into the laundry to disseminate its contents freely among the' clothes of others Thorough boil- ing in the liiumlry process would ef- fect sterilization. Wediftsday Afternoon. WESTBROQK BROS. ltd Off. Bink of Montntal. CANADIAN FLEET IN BERMUDA TODAY Jan. Press.) j Cani.niun fleet of three war- ships, the Aurora, Patriot and Patri- IB due' at Bormuda today, on the flrot-lep Its trio through.the ma canal and 'around' to Vancouvor :mcl Esquimalt. department of naval Hcrvlre tnrifij- announced that the v.-ovild Iftavo Bermuda on j January from there to Port, of Spain, Triniilad. Hero the vessels, fl-111 entrur..- in exercises wltii I'.vi'.ish Is expected thai'5 slilis will ro.ic-h Panama' on K'Vuar.- leaving tlict port on 1'obruary S. thin program ia >av- rieil ii'.r. ii Dimly itiat. the ohlns win arrive at Vancouver about tile j cud 01' "OUR BEST" WHEN YOU SEE THIS BRAND YOU KNOW THERE IS QUALITY AND SAT- ISFACTION BEHIND IT. SEE YOUR GROCER. HE WILL AL- WAYS RECOMMEND "OUR BEST." Ellison Milling Elevator Company, Ltd. Because They Do the Work ami give absolute the reason so many homes depend upon Jackson's Compound Cathartic Pills for prompt relief in of sick, bilious or nervous headache, biliousness, constitu- tion, indigestion, sour stomach, hiccough, heartburn, rheumatic 'or conditions. 35 Per Box? WE AftE CABERJL" The dry handkerchief is dangerous even before the laundry stage, as with the slightest flourish or disturbance its contents will be scattered as an infectious duat into the air. One's handkerchief should never be applied to a child's face, as the nasal Becre- tiona are not germ-free even when, we are well. One practical method of preventing infection through this source lies in the sterilization of all handkerchiefs by soaking them in disinfectants be- fore they are washed. Another is the use of paper handkerchiefs which can be burned Immediately after use. EX-CONVICT TELLS STRANGE STORY OF HIDDEN TREASURE GREENWICH, Conn., Jan. A man said to be an Austrian and a one-time convict of Sing Sing rison, was arrested here yester- day when found digging in the earth 'in the vicinity of Bruce Park. Questioned later, he said that while in prison, an old man who was serving a life sentence, who subsequently died, told him that he had burled which he said wu given him for murdering a man in New York City. The Austrian had in his possession papers telling him he might locate the money Police are guarding the spot where the digging took place. VETERANS LET OUT OTTAWA, Jan. Press.) -Telegrams have been received here from Winnipeg protesting that be- tween sixty and seventy returned sol- diers have been dismissed from the wheat hoard. The matter is being investigated but it is pointed out that wheat board' ceasfld actire. operations in September. Since then it has simply been adjusting of tho ioue year and It IB presumed that with the lessening of tha work the staff ia being reduced. Senator Emphasizes Need of'immigration From British hies Senator J. G. Turriff, at Saskatche- wan, suggested that the government should take a number of Its own mer- chant ships and convert them from freight Into passenger ships to assist in bringing immigrants ROTOM. DEAFNESS CAN BE RELIEVED We have, proof of this in our city. LEONARD'S EAR OIL Relieves Deafness and Mead Noises. It has been _on the market for eleven years. It is not-to bo dropped into the ears but rubbed back of the ears. This preparation is different from any other ou the market, Price I THE EM HEOIEY DRUG CO, PHONE 772. PRESCRIPTION 4PECIAU4TS. LOOSE LEAF MM? J, Many Styles and EVERALL'S LIMITED STATIONERS AND PRINTERS THIRD AVINUI SOUTH ;