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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta (ON PHONOORAPHC MOMOMIIMfhl ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LID. US LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD COMMERCE CAFE tMTTH TMI BMT PkAM TO MMI PENSLAR PALATABLE COD LIVER EXTRACT This iplendld body builder -will cnrlek your bkwd, nourtau your nerrei, put tlwuc where it Is tud build up your system to Us former good health. Don't Continue to mdure closed by Impoverlilied blooci when you get vitality aad atrtnxth from this highly endorsed blood and body builder. Penilar Palatable Cod Liter Krtrwt it aolit by us in two generous Blzos, SO csuts and ?1.0v. Get yours new. The Stokes Drug Co., Ltd. DRUGGISTS.AND NEXT DALLAS HOT1L PHONE 14W See Onr Prices On These Used Cars CHEVROLET, DODOB, McLAUQHLIN, FORD, OVERLAND, NASH, MAXWELL, CHEVROLET ONE-TON TRUCK, FORD TRUCK. These cart are all in GOOD running order. AND THE PRICES ARE Baalim Motor Co., EVERYTHING FOR THE 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 Per Ib.....35c size. Per dozen .............35c Per doz......45c, 55e, und 65c Grape large. Each ...........20c Loganberries, evaporated. Per pkt..........55c Olives, bulk, large size. Per pint ..........toe Oysters, fresh solid pack. Per pint ........95c Potatoes, dandy quality. 100 Tea, Nabot. Special, per Ib...............55e Sugar, 20-IJ. sack Coffee, freih ground. Per Ib...............45o Soap, Royal Crown, 3 cartoni for............95c or Raspberry, 4-lb. till... 11.20 Salmon, pink. yx Ib. tint, 3 for ............25c Herring, Holland. Per keg Sardines, domestic. Per dozen tint...........90c THE GOOD CO., LTD. WHOLI1ALB AND RKTAIL HlfiH CLASS AT LETHBRIDOB BREAD is THE CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD The Big White Loaf Aiiured By Uilng PRIDE OF ALBERTA Oft MOTHERS' FAVORITE TAYLOR MILLING ELEVATOR CO. To Cure a Cold In One Day Tako Grove's LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE tablets. The genuine bears the signature of E. W. Grove. 30c. hold evening, Model Bakery Cannot be is so light, white, and delicious to the taste, which is so satis- fying- MODEL BAKERY N. J. Sehweltnr, Prop. PHONE 1176. The Lyceum committee its next dauce on Tuesday January 18th. Invitations sent out for the previous dances were for the series, and no new Invitations will be issued for one-. Tho best music will be supplied. The commit- tee comprising Messrs. Baalim. Meech, i IJIton, Harris and Edgett, assure every- I one a good time. 780 2 till 4 ,7 9 J.D.HIGINBOTHAM 6 CO., LIMITED Wholesale and Retail Letiibrldge, Alberta, Canada up. Special halrdresslnga. etc. Phone VHBWEATHER Vancouver 44 US Clear Edmonton If. 12 .40 Cloudy Calgary...... 4G 16 .40 Snow Medicine Hat 4-1 .18 Snow Lethbridge 45 .40 Scow Regina....... 13 S Snow Saskatoon 13 0 Snow Prince Albert 4-0 .10 Cloudy Winnipeg.....2 -S Cloudy Port Arthur 33 -10 .01 Clear The weather the past 24 hours Has shown gradually rising temperatures in Manitoba and Saskatchewan with light suow. Weather continues mild in Alberta with snow falls. Forecast fair and milder In southern districts "with light snow to- day and tonight. Sunday saow flur- ries and colder. Saskatchewan and snow and colder today. Sunday fair and not so cold. CITY AND BISTRICI Rotary Club Luncheon Monday's meeting of the Rotary Club Is expected to bring to a head the to secure a dozen dele- gates to attend the annual Rotary convention in Port William on March 21 and 22. The luncheon will com- mence at 12.30 o'clock noon, und a one hundred per cant, attendance is needed. 1710 for appointments. Hairdressmg Parlors, ground floor. Annual The annual meeting and election of officers of the Old Timers' Associa- The Ladies ttonwllbeeld Tuesday evenin Hull Block, lno Boarfl Of Trade rooms at S o'clock. 11 new constitution will be considered. Big opportunities. Raworth, Jewelers. Armstrong and 77B U. F. A. Delegatei Mr. S. CS. Dunham Is leaving to- night for Edmonton to attend the Welcome to the Chrlttian Church annual convention of the Provincial We know what It means to be lone-iu. F. A., to be held there on Tues- some, I day and the following days. He will We know what It means to be sad; accompanied by Messrs. W. A, Tea, and we know what It means to be welcomed when lonely, By the Endeavorer'3 of the Christian church. So come to our church on the cor- ner of Eighth Street and Third Aye. Hamilton and L. H. Jelliff. G. W. V. A. Dance The invitations being issued by the G. W. V. A. for their dance on Tues- day night bear Monday's date. How- ever, the dance will be held on Tues- Everytlilng reduced at Armstrong Raworth's Jewelers. 775 Miss Chrissie f. Oarteer, shampoo and scalp treatment and facial mas- sage by appointment. Phone 739. Suite 5, Hlglnhothara Block. 70 A few cars of used lumber, suitable for sheds, fences, outbuildings, etc. For sale cheap. Yards: Lethbridge. Coaldale, Chin and Barnwell. P. Lund Sou. Phone 516, Letbbridge. 507 1 H. S. of Monarch wishes to announce te the public of Monarch and vicinity that the Flour Mills will be started about February 1st. Pat- rons will receive tho same treatment in the future as they have done in the past. He is in a position to accept grain at once for those who can't wait nntil the mill starts. You know at six-thirty neit- Sunday i aay night in the club rooms, and ad- evening. You are a stranger onlyimj55jon will be by invitation only, once and a friend for ever more.- 7S1 j invitations can be secured from Secre- tary Turcotte. A riew one by Billy Jones "Jinga- Vary funny. Willis Piano Store. Hull Block.. 779 Births, Deaths, Funerals Births, Deathe, Funeral Notices. Cards of Thanks, In Memorlam. ear rled In this column at 10 cent! per line, each insertion, minimum 50c, pay- able In advance. Don't., miss the big sale at Arm- strong and Raworth's, jewelers, 774 Mrs. Woods, Scalp Specialist and Medical Massage. Combings made Died At the Van Haarlem hos- pital. Christine Bruce, of Commerce, I January 15th. Funeral will take place from Fetterly'a parlors on Monday, January 17th, at 2.30 p.m No flow- ers, please. r. 790 President Longworth in Calgary Thomas Longworth, president of the Lethbridge branch of tho G. W. Y. A., is today in Calgary attending a meeting of the provincial executive of the G. W. V. A. He is expected ill Lethbridgs on Monday. Post Office Hours The holiday season being over, the money order, postal note, savings bank and box rent .wicket will close at I p.m. on Saturdays. PARLORS Third Avenue 1U2 CHAIRS GOOD SERVICE Wtutbrook Brot. orh St Opp. Bwk of Montreil. 4 MEETINGS At HALF BRAN PRICE Feed Alfalfa which hai tW feeding nliu u brma tor dairy cows ud (rawliif stock. AUalfl Mttl for poultry. FARM PRODUCTS, LTD. Tho Company. iHtole end Uethbridge fhenee end 777. The regular monthly meeting of the local committee Girl Guides, Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock, St. Aligustin's vestry, 8th St. and 2nd Ave. S. A. 0. F. Meeting Court Star 8035 A. O. F. meets in the I. O. 0. F. hall on Monday, Janu- ary 17, at 8 p.m. This will be a P. C. R's night. Joint initiation, fiood social time arranged.. .Vjsiting ren cordially invited. C. P. R. Club's Annual Supper Again tho U. P. R. Social and Ath- letic Club is making a new departure from their usual form of entertain- ment. On Monday, January 24, the first annual supper and dance will be 'held in the Masonic hall. Invitations are being issued to eirtployeea of the C.P.R. only. The evening will com- mence with a supper, and dancing will start at 3 o'ciuek an'l continue until 2 a.m. Stipt. Hodgson to. Speak Supt. Hodgson of the city schools will be the speaker at the men's meeting at tho Y.M.C.A. Sunday after- noon at 5 o'clock. Following the ser- vice a strangers' tea will be held. All men are cordially invited to attend this service. Farewell Visit of Major Goodwin In the Salvation Army citadel all day tomorrow (Sunday) special gospel services will lio conducted by Adju- tant Hardy and Lieut. Bde. In the TOrow Off That Tired Feeling At this season most people need a tonic that will purify the blood and build up their physical condition. For this pur- pose we recommend OUR BEEF, IRON AND WINE Liquid Beef, Iron in 1U most soluble form, and Pure Table Wiue, combined in the proper way, will enable you to threw off that tired feeling and will- bring new color to your eheeks. Price THE RED CROSS BOOK CO. LIMITED Sherlock Bldg. 556 BARGAINS IN SLEIGHS AND SLEDS Boy's Sled, 28-inch; regular sale .....-.-We Very heavy, high quality, Sled; reg. Silver Bird, flexible runners; reg. sale. Flexible Silver Flier, self steering; reg. Flexible Silver Flier, self steering, large size; regu- lar Children's Sleighs, with rail; reg. sale. ONLY LIMITED NUMBER OF THESE ON HAND Consumers' Hardware Supply Coy Business Phones: Office, 19120 morning holiness meeting the Adjutant will give an ImportUpt address oo and at 7.30 p.m. the Lieu- tenant, who is under farewell orders, will deliver a gospel address. Select- ed music and songs will be rendered. On Wednesday and Thursday Major Alice Goodwin, divisional officer (or Southern Alberta, who is farewelling from Alberta, will speak for the last time in Lethbridge. On Thursday night she will be assisted by Captain Saunders. The Major has been' ap- pointed by the General as tne women's social secretary Tor Western Canada, with headquarters at Winnipeg. The Major is succeeded by Staff Captain and Mrs. Briatow. from Edmonton, They are old officers and good, spirited leaders. All are to all these meetings. UNEMPLOYMENT HERE NOT GROWING WORSE Sixty-six men and eight women are registered as unemployed in Leth- bridge today. The list of. unemployed has been cut down lately by many men moving out of the city. During the week endiifl Friday night four farm laborers applied for work and one was placed. One clerk applied and out of twelve laborers seven wore given employment. Five bushmen applied and got. work and two jail guards came down from Cal- gary. Fifteen were placed out of an enrollment of twenty-four. In the women's section one store clerk'applied. One stenographer, who registered in a previous week secur- ed work. One housekeeper, one cook and one chambermaid applied with- out securing work. Five .womod se- cured casual employment. GERMAN AIRSHIPS FOR SOUTH AMERICA LONDON. Jan. are proceeding between the Zeppelin plants of Germany and Argentina and Chile for supplying those coun- tries with airships, says a Berlin dispatch to the London Times, but there is immediate prospect of delivery owing to the restrictions'im- posed by the allies. In the meantime the plants are being busy with the manufacture automobile ac- cessories. Tlie power of a motion picture to thrill is determined triumphantly i Sfcnuett'n "Down on the Farm" j j wherein John Henry, Jr., and Teddy, I the dog star of filmdom, participate In an episode that cauges the behold- er a vivid moment or two of tightest suspense. AT THE EMPRESS LAST TIME TONIGHT "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 BEST." Ellison Milling Elevator Company, Ltd. JUST RECEIVED Wampole's After Dinner Mints and an Assortment of Fruit Drops APE PROMPT WE ARE CAREFUL" Bruce, (or the past year had liv- ing with her brother, John Brace, a farmer In the Commerce dlltrlcL She was born In Elmira, Ont. The ftmeral will take place from Fetterlj'a parlors on Monday at 2.30 p.m. Flrtt Building Permit The first building permit thig year has been taken out by H. McMillan for an addition to his residence, on ____ 14th Ave. 8., to the value of Christine Bruce, Police Court siity.five years of ago, who spent a At th> city police court, on Satur- great deal of her lito teaching an day morning, John W. Knauti, o( Indian mission at Swan Lake, Man.1- Coaldale, ,was fined 15, with costs, for toba, died jn the Van Haarlem Hos-i being drunk and disorderly in a putj- pital, Saturday. Miss'lie place, to wit, the Alexandra hotel. Obituary in this city on Jan- uary 16, James Melvin, aged 75 years, of Milk River. Remains will bo for- warded from Fettorly's undertaking parlors to Milk- River on Monday, where the burial will take place. 790 Admission by Invitation Only. PHONE 372. DANCING 9 TILL 2. 25% REDUCTION ON All OUR HOT WATER BOTTLES We liave a stock and are willing "to EeTl at this reduction In order to reduce it. TODAY AND MONDAY (ONLY) Values Sale Sale Values Sale Values Sale THE FRANK HEDLEY ORUG CO, PHONE 772. PRESCRIPTION Many Stylw and Price. EVERALL'S LIMITED STATIONERS AND PRINTERS THIRD AVINUK COUTH V ;