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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta NOKDHIIMtX ASSINIB01A MUSIC CO., LTD. MUMMF ttrtft PfcWM .DAILY HERALD i CAFE m ITH 'IOUTM THC MST PLACE TO DINI PENSLAR PALATABLE COD LIVER EXTRACT Thia sideadid tiody builder will enrich your blood, nourish your nerves, put new tissue where it is needed, and build up your system to its former good health. Don't continue to endure weakness caused by Iinpovoriihod blood when you can get new vitality and strength from this highly endorsed blood and body builder. 'Penslar Palatable Cod Liver Bitract is sold by us in vwo generous sizes. P50 cents and 51.00. Get yours The Stokes Drug Co., Ltd. DRUGGISTS AND STATIONERS NEXT PHONE See Our Prices On These Used Cars CHEVROLET, DODGE, MCLAUGHLIN. FORD, OVERLAND, NASH, MAXWELL, CHEVROLET ONE-TON TRUCK, FORD TRUCK. These care are all in GOOD running order, AND THE PRICES ARE RIGHT. Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. FOR AUTO Cash Habit Long credit and small profits don't go together. Buying for Cash at- a Cash. Store means more for your money. Picnic Hams, weight about 8 Ibs. Per Ib 35c size. Per dozen .............35c j Per doz......45c, 55c, and Me Grape large. Each ...........20c Loganberries, evaporated. Per I Olives, bulk, large slie. Per pint ..........90c Oysters, fresh soNd pack. -Per pint ........95c 1 Potatoes, dandy quality. Per 100 Ibs. I Tea. Nabob. Special, per Ib. ,..............55e Sugar! 20-lb. tack Coffee, fresh ground. Per Ib................45c Soap, Royal Crown, 3 cartons for............95c or Raspberry. 4-lb. Salmon, pink. yt Ib. tins, 3 for ............25c Herring, Holland. Per keg ...............I1.S5 Sardines, domestic. Per dozen tini THE GOOD CO., LTD. WHOllMALP AND RETAIL HIGH CLASS AT LETHBRID'iE AND TABER. BREAD is THE CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD The Big White Loaf It Anured By Ualng PRIDE OF ALBERTA OR MOTHERS' FAVORITE TAYLOR MILLING ELEVATOR CO. Higinbotham's Puhnonic Syrup Will Break a Grip Remove a Hack Cure a "Ham" Oeitrey a Frog Kill a Remove a Stop a Bark and Keep you from a "Coffin." A household standby since 1848. 35ey65c, and J.D.H1GINBOTHAM CO., LIMITED Wheeaala and Retail Chuilita Lethbrldgc, Alberta, Canada VHS WEATHER Vancouver..... 48 .Victoria 4S Nelson....... 31 Medicine Hat Lethbridge Regina..... Saskatoon Edmonton Calgary Winnipeg Port Arthur ,16 41 24 36 1G 38 20 21 -111 0 30 10 36 IS 22 2 Raiu Rain Cloudy Cloudy Clear I Clear I Fair I Clouds1; Cloudy Snow j The weather the past 21 hours has turned a little colder in Manitoba and i Saskatchewan, but continued mild in j Alberta. Forecast snow flurries, 'but fair and colder today; Saturday, fair and cold at first, then Saskatchewan and snow flurries and colder in north to- day, mild in south; Saturday, fair and somewhat milder. CITY AND DISTRICT Peraonat Mention Clias. F. Cogelow, Great Falls; George W. Heathershaw, Magrath; W. Ellis, Champion; F. Campbell, Pinch- er Creek; C. H. Loder, Stirling; J. M. Conway and A. White, Nobleford; W. Robertson, Medicine Hat, and G. Ris- nold, Spring Coulee, are .visitors in the city today. CANADA'S GREATEST NEED BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MONTREAL, Jan. opera- tion of railways and a mercantile fleet is likely to be more expensive for the taxpayers of Canada than all the pension charges and other lega- cies, Sir Herbert Holt told sharehold- ers of the Royal Baiik in the course of his presidential address here today. He insisted that what the country needed moat of all was a businesslike administration' of -its assets. If this could he afforded, Canada could face her problems with added confidence. Everything reduced at Raworth's Jewelers. Armstrong 775 H. S. Pellitier ot Monarch wishes to announce to the public of Monarch ,aml vicinity that the Flour Hills will j ha started about February 1st. Pat- Irons will receive the same treatment in tho future as they have done in the past. He is in a position to accept grain at once- for those who can't wait until the mill starts. "Because" an otd English PHONE 1U4 Raymond People to Taber A party consiatlng of Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Snow and Mr. and Mrs. L. D. King passed through the today en route to Taber, where ttiey will take up the social service program of ,the L. D. S. church with the ward. ATOMIZERS FOR Nose and Throat The use of an atomizer Is now the most approved way of treat- ing catarrahal condition of the throat and nose. We have a fine Tar- ion's kinds of tips for continuous or intermittent sprays. May be used for or Aque- ous Liquids. Price to THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. LIMITED Sherlock Bldg. Phone MS YOU WILL BE THE LOSER IF YOU BUY ANYTHING IN THE LINE OF STOVES ARRANGES f without first seeing our splendid assortment, making a careful comparison of prices. When com- paring prices, do hot overlook the Catalogue Houses. If we cannot give you better consid- ered, we will not expect your business. Do not overlook pur sale on House Brooms; highest quality on the market At............... Duchess Brooms; regular 75c; on sale at.......25c Consumers' Hardware Supply Coy Business Phones: 1212, 1919 Office, 1020 "Dumbells" Company Arrives Tho Dumbells, brighter, -cheerier iml snappier than ever, radiating the fun and frolic promised In their new FATHER DALY AS NEW BISHOP, PRINCE ALBERT SASKATOON, Jan. Roman Catholic bishop of Prince Al- bert diocese will be Rev. Father edition of "Biff, Bang, blew I George- T. Daly, C. of St. John, CITY ACTIVITIES The following business was trans- acted at the meetings of the Tarlous societies given below Rebekah Lodge into the city this afternoon from Medi- cine Hat. where they showed night.. The overseas boys and "girls" are here for a couple of days, opening i at the Majestic tonight. "Marjorie" is l just as .winsome and taking as ever, boyg. Model Bakery Quality Bread Cannot be Is so light, white, dainty, and delicious to the taste, which is so satis- MODEL BAKERY N. J. Schweitzer, Prop. PHONE 1175. sune by the great Welsh tenor, Hughes At reSHlar meeting of Dominion Macklin. An unusual record. Willis I Lodge, No. 41, held in the I.O.O.F. hall last evening the follow- ing officers were installed for the en- suing term P.N.O., Sister P. Grist; N.G., Sister Piano Store, Hull Block. I Don't miss the big sale at Arm- strong and Rawortb's, jewelers. 774 I ''The Simple Simon 'Murray's great new song hit. Piano Store, Hull Block. from the efforts put forward by this particular committee. The entertain meut comin.ittee are to be congratu- lated upon their work in making these meetings a success, a dance was held at which the Ladies' Auxiliary played a prominent part in serving refresh- ments. Another big dunce is to be arranged in the near future and those who at- tended the grand hall on Dec. 3rd, are Covel; V.G., Sister F. Smith; -Rec. reminded that their presence will he Billy Sec-. Sister M. Smith; Pimm., Sister i much appreciated, notice of which will Theobald; Treas., M. Wat- 779 son; chap., Sister M. K.S.N.O., "Sister A. White; L.S.N.D., Sister A dance will be heici- in the Kn'-utsl Dodtls; H.S.V.G., Sister M. McGregor; of Pythias hall on Saturday from 'J L.S.V.G., Sister J. Quaylej, War., Sister Big opportunities. Haworth, Jewelers. Itill 12. Mrs. Hudson's four-piece or- Ichastra supplying tho music. Good floor. Good tima to all and the best of music. Ladies 25 cents, gents ?LOO. Armstrong and 776 Tho Lethbridgo Military Chapter, I.O.D.E., are holding another of their popular tea dansants on Saturday, January 16th, from 3.30 to (i p.m., in the" G.W.V.A. club rooms, and extend a very hearty invitation to 'everyone I to attend. Admission free. Tea and. cakes 25 cents. Good music the best dancing floor in the and a good- time assured to all. 767 UNDERTAKING MACKAY PARLORS Third Avenue 1302 4 CHAIRS GOOD SERVICE Wcttbrook Broi. eth St Opp. Bank of Montreal. INDEPENDENT WINS SEAT IN DOVER BY MAJORITY DOVER, England, Jan. bye-election in the Dover district of Kent necessitated by the elevation of Lord Duncannon to tho house recent- ly, resulted in another defeat for the coalition. Sir .Thomas Poison, inde- pendent, won the seat In the election over Major Asfor, coalition Unionist candidate. Sir Thomas received 947 votes as against for Major Astor. The latter is the youngest son Viscount (William Waldorf NEGOTIATIONS UNDER WAY OTTAWA. Jan. are under v._y for floating an equip- ment loan in New Vork for the Grand Trunk and Canadian National rail- reference to a Canadlian loan has roferc-nco to a. Canadian loan has regard to these negotiations. So far Jan can be ascertained no other loan in New .York It being negotiated. HENNESEY WILSON'S BIG ALL AROUND SALE Tht Bargain Event of the Year. appear in those columns in the course .of a few" days. Sir Alexander Gait At the meeting of the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter I.O.D.E. plans were made for the entertainment being given by that Chapter in the Majestic Theatre on Friday night, January 21. Nomination of officers also took place. Military Chapter Nomination of officers formed the chief item of business in connection with the meeting of the Military Chap- _.....___ _.. ter I.O.D.E. hflil last night, when it Thursday evening, Jan. 13th, in the! was also planned to invite the "Dum- Moose Hall. There was a very good noils" company to the tea-dansant on attendance of members and several Saturday, new members were- enrolled. It A. Lundy; Con., Sister Gilkes; inside guard, Sister Odmarlc; outside guard, .Sister K. Campbell; pianist, Sister K. Little. At the conclusion of the business re- freshments were served and a social time was enjoyed. Army and Navy The regular business meeting of the Army and Navy Veterans' asso- ciation, Lethbridge, was held very encouraging la note that the en- thusiasm which the members are tak- ing in the welfare of the organiza- tion. There was much discussion on the report of the sick visiting commit- A.Y.P.'A. At the meeting of. the 'A.T.P.A. held last evening in SL Augustin's parish hall it was (leaded to hold a congreg- ational whist drive and bridge next tee and credit is due to those who j Thursday, January 20, of which fur- have this responsibility played upon J thcr arinounocnients will be marie. It thcm. Special interest is being taken in' those who have assisted in build- ing up the empire; and while the Lothbridge unit is still in its infancy it is felt that much good will result was also doeidod at the meeting to turn the two ulcoves at the back of the hall into cloak rooms and to Bond flowers from the society to any mem- bers who become seriously ill. B., formerly of Regina, it is under- stood here. Official confirmation of the appointment is eipccted from Rome shortly. The elevation of Fath-, er Daly to the bishropric will be high- ly popular In Saskatchewan, particu- larly among the English-speaking Catholics. ,It has not yet been de- cided whether. the-See'will be trans- ferred from Prince Albert to Saska- toon or whether two dioceses will be SMOULDERING PIPE IS CAUSE OF FIRE OTTAWA, Jan. smouldering pipe, left in the pocket of a student, caused a fire in the general dormitory of the Uni- versity of Ottawa, early this morning. The damage is not heavy. Students were -forced to make a hasty exit, but no panic prevailed. Fireproof walls kept the flames in check until the brjgade arrived. SCENE FROM; l" MACK i va SENNETT'S i 1 tfoWONrafj-MW' AT EMPRESS TODAY AND TOMORROW. "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. JACKSON'S WHITE PINE EMIGRANT WITH TAR For cough, cold, bronchitis, spasmodic croup and similar of the air passages. Contains white pine, wild cherry, suiknard, blood root, poplar buds, atssadras and chloroform. 35c and 75c "WE ARE PROMPT WE ARE CAREFUL" Confidence in the. agricultural pos- sibilities of Southern Alberta is flected in a number of important land deals closed.within-the last fow1 days. The sales.include both'irrigated and dry land and were all for good fig- ures. The Tom Hatch seven 'miles southeast of the city, sold to A. M. Starr, of Kipp, for an acre. The farm, comprising 240 .acres, is highly improved and all irrigated, which makes it ona of tho most desirable piece's o[ farm property In the coun- try. The Hargrave quarter-section north of Kipp, all dry land, sold to E. C. Wilson, .of Pakowki, for an acre. J. Patterson, of Lethbrldge, bought a section four miles north of Chin, the price-being Tom Hatch, .who ia going into the At HALF BRAN PRICE Feed Alfalfa which has the same feeding value ns bran for dairy and growing stock. Alfalfa Meal for poultry. FARM PRODUCTS, LTD. The Company. Coaldalc and Lethbrldge R1B04 and 777. ranching same, bought the JlcRan ranch, of 480 acres, and fully equip- ped, for an acre. Mr. Hatch also secured a lease on an adjacent sec- tion, assuring him of plenty nt-nuigfl' the year .round. All the above were closed by the Coy. land 'Cbm-; pany, of this city. To Cure l Cold In One Day Take Grove's LAXATIVE BUOMO QUININE tablets. Tha genuine bears the signature of E. W. Grove. 30c. Everything on Sale at Big at HENNE9EY WILSON'S ALL AROUND SALE OPEN TILL 9 O'CLOCK TONIGHT DO YOU FEEL, TIRED, NO PEP, STOMACH NOT JUST RIGHT? If so, try a bottle of the famous KOLA CELERY TONIC. Tills is a non-alcoholic preparation vegetable substances of real rahie. Koln feeds the muscular system; .Celery quiets the Pep- Kin aids digestion. A full quart bottle, price THE FRANK HEDLEY DRUG CO, PHONE 772. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. LOOSE LEAF Many Stylet and Prices EVERALL'S LIMITED STATIONERS AND PRINTERS THIRQ AVINUC ;