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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta NOnOKtIMSK ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. MuiUiP' LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. AvtRIM S. The Mouth Wash That Saves Teeth Many jums become spongy and sort, and draw from the teeth, tearing tfce roots ot iho teoth partly and llatta to they aro not protect cJ with or.aiacl. Then' too. mere Is too pyorrtsea. which eventually loosens the and causes them to fall out A Eclenttfic mouih wash Is nwessny and must be used reg- ularly to kwp fho gums hwlthy. PENSLAR BORAL1NE is a antijeptlc and a-slrlng- cnt tiivorlta formula of a succowful you will find it a most worthy ad- dition to jour dental toilet. Try it! 50 cents The KENNY ALLIN Co., Ltd TMS STORK i MIT N.xt Dal In Held A Few Money Savers OUli ADViCE BASED ON OUR STRONGEST CONVICTIONS IS, TO KEEP YOUR LARDER WELL FILLED A8 ALL STAPLE GOODS ARE ON THE G RAOUAL INCREASE. IT WILL PAY YOU TO READ OUrt ADVERTISEMENTS FROM DAY TO DAY AND BUY WHEN ADVISED. Royal carton Per, 131 33c Pels burs for.....................2Sc Per carton White per carton 85c Gooieberry, Plum, Peach, Apri- cot, Green Cage and Blackberry, per tin 91.10 Milk Condenxd Cold per tin......... 23c Per dortn............................. Riindter, per1 Per dozen.............................. Milk alee, per tin Per Pacific Tall, per tin 17c Per CIM Apples, No. 1 quality Rome and Baldwins, per box ALL NICE TABLE VARIETY. SOME NICE FRESH CELERY AND CRANBERRIES JUST IN THE GOOD LTD. tttt s-Mt When We Say High Life Gas mean the best gas on the market. We sell HIGH LIFE, A little dearer in price but a great deal cheap- er for the man who uses it. Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. SEVENTH OF POST OFFICE With Local Representatives in Each City, Will HtHd In- vestigations ANNOUNCEMENTS Dr. P. W. fticuards has commenced a dental practice in bis buUe 3, Oliver Block. offices, bossed with your IniEInl free. All sizes of envelopes, tags and labels, ink. pencils, fountain pens. Eversharp cils, etc. Eveiall Franks, >rd Are. South. Fire insurants in Canadian. Ameri- can and British standard companies. Wo would appreciate any 'business In this line. Uowsley .Land Agency. 0 A dance will be held in Bnrgmann'a iall Thursday, January 15th. Dancing froui .9 till 1. 'Messrs. Brasaeau's or- chestra in attendance. R. Burgmaun in charge. Gents ladies free. Loose leaf and bound books, synop- tics. -jiBi-lei. ralendnr stands, etc. Everall Franks, Srd'Ave. S. Frencli organdie writing paper, era- WE PAY THE HIGHEST PRICE .Fnr TTHos, Pelts. Kure. advise you to sell' them now. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT FUR CO., LTD. Office phone 739. Residence 325 Refercnct: Standard Sank A pio social aiit! dance l be held in the Crystal Lake tchor'house Fri- day, January IClli. Gentloman bring a lady. ,Lady bring a pie. Grossmith, famous English Under the amendments to the Fac- tory Act'passcd at the last session ot the legislature, advisory committees have ueen appointed by ordcr-ln-cotm- cll in KdmonloN, Calgarv, Medicine Hat and Lethbridge. In each of Hie above cities the com- mittee consists ot three members- one representing the employees, one representing the employers, and the third member is appointed by the at- torney-general. His Honor Judge Taylor 'has been appointed by the at- torney-general as the third member of each committee. The functions of these committees will be to Investigate the prevailing labor conditions and make such re- commendations with respect to Iho' number of hours per day or per week during which any persons may be quired to work in offices or factories, anrl the niinlmum wages which shall bo paid, and upon such recommenda- tions the chief factory Inspector may tben issue regulations covering the situation. The appointment of His Honnr Judge Taylor as the third member of each of tlio committees will, It is felt by Hou. Mr. (end to uni- fied action in each of the cities, in tliat he shall be acquainted with the The Art That Conceals Art llio theatre, at bridge parly, or at the Court Face Powder slands Ilio test of clcso attention. So Sine is it and so satiny smooth lhat it becomes an Inherent part of the com- plexion. It adheres, yetwith the art that conceals art, tlio poird-" er itst'lt remains .Invisible. Furthermore, like all the Oar- den Court toiletries, it carries the famous perfume of that bouquet..oc 32 chosen fragrances gathered from al' over the Trorld.''1.; RED CROSS DRUG BOOK thfrink llda. THE WEATHER 42 29 -2 26 20 12 -4 Vancouver 44 Nelson 33 Edmonton 2 Calgary.......... 4S Medicine Hat .'.22 Lethbridge........ 54 Regtna ___. 3 Saakatoon -2 Winnipeg -6 -10 Port Arthur -4-25 weather the past 24 hours has been moderately cold tn Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Northern Alberta, considerable snowfall In moat parts of Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Forecast Manitoba and Cold with local snow falls. in couth, local mow falls In north. Clondy Cloudy Snow Clear Fair Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Snow Clear CITY AND DISTRICT G. W. V. A. Executive There will be n meeting of the 0.! W. V. A. executive committee In the! Club Rooms on Friday, at S p.m.'sharp. All'members of the executive are re- quested to be present. HOUSEFURNISHING NEEDS TMs Ij the time to think ot makint the homo and cprafo'ri- Efiloy homo during the Winter to the fullest extent by adrttay the thliiEs thai bring real comfort to the family- Oil, 'and electric heaters are Ijlbrary Lamps, Fireplace Stoves, lUives, T.ablo anil Cooking needs are. timely eiugestlcma to you 'and we welcomo your visit to the store. know you will be pleased with our low prices. New Bhpiriii f ot Dainty Cul Qlue very modestly iirlccd; mike your table attractive at emftH cost. Mot a large a-jortment, Borne splendid values in made dishes. but WELL MADE WASH BOILERS, TUBS, PAHS, ETC. It it's for the kitchen, we liavo it. BUSINEM IM2 and Offlot Can Obtain Forma Forms for War Service Gratuity (Imperial) may be obtained from the secretary of tha O. V. A. Dauce in tbe K. of P. hall Thurs- day. January loin. Square and round dances. Good lime for young and old. Everybody welcome. Ladies free. Gents J1.25. MACKAY aud BELL 403 3rd Avenue 1302 "All the Quakers Aro Shoulder Shakers." medley [ox trot, by All Star Trio. It Is a dandy. Victor Re cord. No. 1S62G. -Willis Piano Store 07 Srd Ave. S. PROTECTION! Th3 benefit of fire 'insurance Is all with tho insured. The cost of keeping up a policy Is very small and you should tiavo tho protection, Let us talk over this Import- ant matter with you. It. Is dis- tinctly lo your advantage. THEEDGETT AGENCIES Ltd. Balmoral Block, Lethbrlcfgj PHONE 651 INSURANCE AND'LOAN8 Scout Notice Xo. 2 Troop's weekly meeting to- night at S o'clock will take tho form of a social evening. Any boys wish- ing to line-up Tvith 113 will bo wel- comed. 13. lACKEXBAUEIl, Scoutmaster. Scout Notice Scouts aro reminded that thfa is tho night for the drauiuliu play at the Majestic and to do all they can for 1U success in hours. EVERYTHING ON THE MARKET ALWAYS AND ALWAYS FRESH R. COULTRY Phone 49Z humorist entertainer. February 10th, 'of labor in each place and Wesley Tickets from choir, will be able to advise all the commit- {1.00. tees In an effort to bring about con- certed action, which will assist the chief factory inspector in issuing such regulations as will meet the general situation. The personnel ot the committees arc as follows: McCrcalh to rep. resent the employees, and 11. Milton 1 Martin representing the employers. Mary Smylho Corse I to represent the employees, anil M. i J. Christie representing the employers. Medicine Currie to repre- sent the employees, and J. K. Davics representing Iho cmplos'ers. j McN'ab to resent Ihe employees, nnfl.A. Willlam- GOII representing the 3'mployers. Will Confer Second D-'-nree Lodge No. 2, I. O. O. P. will confer the second degree on Fri- day night. Slembers are requested to present. Visitors welcome. OPEN UNtlL PURE, RICH MILK Our milk tests exceptionally nigh and is pasteurized. The pasteurization temperature ot milk h 142 degrees held for 30 minutes. Our bottles are washed in soila and then scaidcil at a temperature of 160 degrees jv water. Therefore, tlu milk (9 puro and the bottles thoroughly sterilized. THE PRICE REMAINS THE SAME 15c A QUART Table Cream, Half 15c Whipping Cream, Half Pint...............20c OUR BUSINESS 13 INCHEA3INQ DAILY Owing to be'ns unable to secure a sufficient supply of milk we regret that wo rtiall not bo able to is until further notice. Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. PHONE 1923 Concert Sunday, Jan. 18 MAJESTIC THEATRE Program by Wesley Choir Under Leadership ot Claude Hughes, Conctrt Under the Direction of J. E, Thompson. No Children Under 15 Silver Collection O'CLOCK TONIGHT J.D.HIGINBOTHAM co., LIMITED and Retail Chemists Alberta's Pioneer Drufjgiiti The Jfexot Phones 1515 and 322 for Intoxication The quietness which has been lately prevailing in the. city police court was broken on Thursday morning by the appearance of Fred 0. Polnta on the charge of being Intoxicated in a pub- place. He was floed the num. of ?5 and coats. WILL TRAINING COMPULSORY MONTREAL, Jan.' corpora- tion of McGill University at meet- ing held yesterday afternoon has made physical training compulsory for all undergraduates during flnt three years .with, in sports rec- ognized as an equivalent. A memorial was also drawn up for presentation to tho government la respect o! aid for returned soldier students by grants of money or loans to euahlc them to tide over their present' ditBcuItlei. Saturday Half Holiday The usual weekly half holiday on Saturday will be observed at the Leth- bridge Post Office commencing Iho 17th inst. All tho ex- ception of the Stamp, General Delivery and Registration Wickets will be clos- ed. There wil! be no afternoon deliv- ery by Letter Carriers on that date, i Green Adams of Herald Office Horse Hides All Hides, Pelts and Furs bought at Top Market Price. Reference: Standard Bank of. Canada. PHONES: Office 1386 26-0 DANCE DANCE DANCE: INK.P.HALL VC< Friday, January 16 Come the Merry Ball and Dance to the RAYMOND ORCHESTRA I. O. O. F. Installation Officers of Lethbridge Encampment Xo. 7' I. 0. 0. F. will be Installed at the regular meeting tonigit In the 1. 0. 0. F. hall. All members request- ed to bo present. cordially Invited. Mild weather conditions are causing a drop In Ihe price of coal at Kdmon- ton. U R NEXT To SMI. itary Barber Shop at WESTBROOKBROS. Barbers, Opp, Bank ot Montreal How about that room that noeds papering? Our slock of prvpcrs is Iargr. antt you can got a papOr 4o auit your lasle and purse, at Robertson's Book Store Lfcthlirldne Hotel BulHlng. COURTEOUS TREATMENT AND ABSOLUTE THOROUGHNESS In alt work entrusted to us. We lake pride In our ability to eatlsf.tctlon. Batteries and.Magnetos charged and repaired. Storage and Open Day Night. THE GRAHAM MOTOR Co., Ltd. SIXTH STREET WE ALSO CARRY A FULL LINE OF FEED FOR STOCK AND POULTRY This is what they ELLISON MILLING ELEVATOR CO., LTD. "Could you supply us with 10 Sacks (98t) of OUR BEST FLOUR. I fiave used this Flour for and like It BEST. "My neighbor! alsa use Our Best when they can get It." Is a sample of many of the letters we got, I OUR BEST U Sold by all the Best in the Country. LETHBRIDGE KENTISH ASSOCIATION Whist Drive IN BURGMAN'S HALL, COMMENCING 8.00 Friday, January 16th ADMISSION 50o GOOD PRIZES Open Your Account With Us for the Year 1920 WE SUPPLY ALL OFFICE NEEDS OFFICE STATIONERY, PRINTING, PAPER RULING AND BOOK BINDING AQENTS FOR THE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER Bought, Sold EVERALL FRANKS IOUTHARD BLOCK .THIRD AVINUI ;