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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EDItON ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Kv.rythtni Mutlcli" tU tth Piion. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. 1241 Fifth Avrnui S. You Need Not Worry about Chapped Skin if you use ALMOND TOILET LOTION A superior healing application for Chapped Hands, Face or Lips, Cold Sores and Rough Skin The KENNY ALLIN Co., Ltd fhoni 1417 THE PENtLAR Dllll. HlUl EAT MORE APPLES And keep healthy, one of the healthiest and the way we are selling them at present, one of the cheap- est foods you can buy. WAGNERS AND ROMAN fsf. exceptional value, per cas.- J2.25 pack, very fine for cook- ing, per case AND 2s, all III the finest case 2s. Wagners, Roman Beauties, etc. No. 1s, very fine, per case OUR APPLES HAVE BEEN KEPT IN EST CONDITION. A SPECIAL APPLE CELLAR AND ARE IN THE VERY FIN- THE GOOD CO., LTD. HltH CLAIl iMrd LlMflM N.. MM When We Say High Life Gas We 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 RICKED UP IN SS1NG FOR THE MAM ANNOUNCEMENTS Br. P. Richards 1ms commenced a dental practice in his new offices, SaHo 3, Oliver Block. Fire insurance in Canadian, Ameri- can and British standard companies. Vr'e appreciate any business in tilts line. Do-.vsley Land Agency. Loose leaf and hound looks, synop- lies, diaries, calendar stands, etc. Uverall Franks, Sri! Ave. S. Leslie Grosstnith. famous English htiraorisl entertainer, February 10th, ch'nrch. Tickets from cliolr. "Freckles." Who wouldn't have freckles? You can possess dered'by Coleman's Orchestra in Iho most calking fashion. Victor Record, N'o. 216073. 3rd Are. S. Willis Tiano Store, French organdie writing paper, erA bossed with your initial free. All o! envelopes, tags and labels, ink pencils, fountain pens, Eversharp pen cils, etc. Ifrerall Franks, 3rd Ave. iouth. MEETINGS A meeting of tha G. W. V. A. socto commitlee will meet In tho club rooms at 2 o'clock on Sunday afternoon. HERALD'S NAME IS IMMORTAL WE PAY THE HIGHEST PRICE For Hides, Pells. Furs, and advice you lo sell them now. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PEUT S FUR CO, LTD. phone 799. Residence 328 Reference: Standard Bank NHW YOUK, Jan. A. .Munsey, who recently bought the New York Herald and the Evening Tele- gram, today inauo tbo an- nouncement: 'While I have not gone -very far lite' matler of getting acquainted v.'ilh tlie Herald from Iho insidn of the office, I may sar oven now that so (ar as concerns any net of mino the iiamo New York Herald is immor- I am led to say Ihis betause of the extraordinary world-wide interest, iri has been manifested as to iho future this newspaper." Honesty Pays And you can rely on us vrlien, ordering by phono. R, COULTRY PHONE 492 A new 12 room school Is planned for Mooso Jaw. Oregon hns adopted the woman suf- frage amendment to the constitution. A blacksmith of Rotterdam was BO overcome with joy on hearing he had won in a lottery that In his excitement he Ht Ms pipe with the ticket, and M-as unable to prove his .claim. Bounties of 2 cents each for spar- rows and 10 for rats arc responsible for many Bay City, Midi., boys mak- ing good spending money. One boy brought in 1C7 sparrows and another S5 nits. A bootblack in Chicago says that millionaires rarely tip muro than 10 cents. "The guy that gives you 50- cent he says, "is tlio working- man who cares ?S to n day, anil isn't useM In so much money." Too much prosperity is the reason given by a New York woman for her unhappy married llfo seeking a separation. When she married her husband a worklnginan making sweaters. 'N'ow ho uivns .his own plant. A man who bought a suit of clothes at a Vermontville, Mich., store 40 years ago went to the eamu store last week anil bought another suit o! the same clei'K. over the .same counter, the only difference ue- ins it cost more. This store will be open on Sunday at the follow- mg hours: AFTERNOON 2 to 4 EVENING--.--7 to 9 RED CROSS DRUG BOOK LTD. Phone trurlMk BTdj. THE WEATHER Vancouver 43 39 Cloudy Edmonton S -2S .02 Cloudy Medicine Hat 22 -0 .1C Snow Saskatoon S -34 Clear Port Arthur 6 S .04 Clear NVlson...... 40 34 .61) Rain Calgary...... 3S C Cloudy Lefhbrideo 25 7 .13 Clear Winnipeg -14 -21 Clear Past 24 hours have, been filr and cold In Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Northern Alberta. Heavy drop in tem- In all three prairie prov- inces. Manitoba, and and very cold. with loc al snowfalls. CITY AND DISTRICT COAL HEATERS 22 inches Kigh. ......J S.2S 25 Inches high 7.50 27 inches high 10.SO CO Inches high..... 13.00 36 Inchti high 1S.50 32 Inclws high 19.60 "Fairy 37 Inches high Inches high......... lrf.00 Inches high........20.90 "Hot 42'lnches high, top not included 25.00 "Hot 44 inches high, top not Included ................29.70 Abovf Heaters, weight and quality considered, arc excellent value. Then wo liato upwards of twenty styles iu Stoves and Kanges, running 1 all the way from small laundry stoves at to camp or hotel ranges, luMghing 500 Ihs., at 4125.00. If you are Interested in any ot these lines, xe shall consider It a favour to bo allowed to show ymi our splendid assortment. Hardware Supply Co. PHONIS 1212 .nd Oftlc, 1Kt Death of Mrs. Fraser In the death ot Mrs. John Froser aged S3, at Lacom'je on Friday night, another oM-timer well known in Lelli- brEilge, was removed. Mrs. Fraser came here about 1SSG from Nova Sco- tia with her husband, who was em- ployed by tiie Northwest Coal and Navigation Co. Tho late Mr. Fraser died here, and Mrs. Fraser moved to Laconibe to lake up her residence with' her son, Jesse Fraser. Four sons and one daughter mourn (heir loss: John, Cameron, Jesse. Kuio, and Mrs. Parker at Lacombe. Scout Notice 3 Iroop are reminded that (title meeting night is changed to (Monday) the services this, week-end. An open air meeting will be held this evening i at 7.30 on the Hylands- Corner and weather permuting the Adjutant give u, lantern slide demonstration showing pictures'in connection with tire army work. Adjutant Tutte will bo in charge of the Sunday morning ser- vice at 11 o'clock -and the afternoon service nl. 2.30 o'clock after which the band with tbo corps will march to Knox Church where a rally will be held in connection' with the- coming1 campaign. Special speakers will be present and an interesting1 imislcai program will be rendered. Sunday ev.enlng a Salvation Army service of music and song will bo given. Adju- tant anil Mrs. .lohnstono are asslst- "Weilding rings for men as a. ivro- lection against "vamps" and as a. warning to women against "predat- ory males" are advocated by Miss Lucille Pugh, attorney. Hobert If. Chapman' of Washington, widely knmvn topographical engineer, is Ho was a fellow of Eng- land's Royal Geological society, and of many American societies. Ho was sent to Ottawa in 1309 to Introduce the United States topographical methods In the geological survey of Canada. Frederick Melvin Brown, member of the law firm of Butler, Brown, Wvc- koft Campbell, 54 Wall Street, Xcw York, Is being sued for S250.000 for breach of promiso by Mls.s Elsie El- eanor Waldc. a writer. Mr. Urown, who is fifty-two years old, is marrlcJ. llelolse prominent New York His wife was Miss Mabel Stokes, of Walertown, X.Y. PROTECTION! Tho benefit of fire Insurance Is all with Ihe Insured. The cosi of keeping up a policy Is very small and you'should have tho protection. Let us lalk over this Import- ant matter with you. It Is dis- llnclly to your advantage, THEEDGETT AGENCIES Ltd. Balmoral Blcck, Lethbrldgt PHONE 651 INSURANCE AND LOANS Concert Sunday, Jan. 18 MAJESTIC THEATRE Program by Wesley Choir Under lhi> Leadership of Claude Hughes, L.A.B. Concert Under the Direction of J, E. Thompson for the O.W.V.A. No Children Under 15 Silver Collection PURE, RICH MILK Our milk tests exceptionally high and is pasteurized. The pasteurization teraporalurs of milk Is H2 degrees held for 30 minutes. Our boltles are washed In soda and then scaldcil at a temperature of 154 degrees :n wulor. Thcreioro tlw milk is pure and the hollies thoroughly slerillzed. THE PRICE REMAINS THE SAME 15c A QUART Table Cream, Half Pint 15c. Whipping Cream, Half OUR.BUSINESS 13 INCREASING DAILY Owing lo being unable to secure a sufficient mipply o( milk wo regret that chall not be to i.iaks dfllverics !a Lclhbridgc until further notice, Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. PHONE 1929 John Caslell Hopkins, ot Duncan, B.C., is dead at liia home in Brllisb Columbia at the ago of SI. He was widely travelled and spent some- years in New Zealand, Australia and in tlie United States. J. Castell Hopkins, of Toronto, well known as a Canadian author and historian, is a son of the deceased. Canon D. Hussell Smith, rector of St. Paul's church in Fort Erie, Ont., [says the Buffalo Kxpress. resigned I from the village library board be- cause-his colleagues refused to with- idraw circulation Mary Olivier, a biographical novel by liny Sinclair, I which was published lasl summer. Tho bock, said Canon Smith ill his letter of resignation, "teaches dis- reaped for parents, condones-immor- ality and dishonors God." Charlotte Frith died at Ed- monton. She was born at St. Johns, 'X.B., In Iho year 1S3S. She came to Calgary in 1SS5, being Ihe year follow- ing Ihc Kiel Rebellion, and lived tn Calgary unlil she came lo Edmonton. Mrs. Frith.was a niece .of tlie General Sir Fenwlck W11- Iliams, and was a daughter of Hie late Rev. It. 11. Arnold who ctiraa lo Can- ada will! tlie Puritans. population for 1SH5 was according to statistics compiled by branch can. nearly in two years, as the figures compiled by Ihc samo branch VIGOROL BLOOD MAKER NERVE TONIC SYSTEM BUILDER FLESH PRODUCER J.D.H1G1NBOTHAM CO., LIMITED Wholesale and Retail Ctiornists Alberta's The Start and are specially asked to be on lime all these services to which tho 7 30 p.m. Any boy ot St. Mary's Sun- public Ic cordially Invited, day School who is 11 years old is asked to come aiid Join up, The dis- Associa annual itrlct scoulmasler will present. Tlio District Scoutmaster will visit Ihc following Iroops tills coining week. Poultry Association Members .of the Poultry Monday: No. 3 Troop, St. Mary's. N'o. 4 Troop, Amalgamat- sharp: ed Church. Wednesday; Kb. Troop, St. Tat-; rick's. T. H. BOOTH. lion are reminded that the meeting lakes place in the noard of building, oh Monday, at S p.m. Go to California Charles Egan, of Warner, has gone (o California for the winter, anil Josiah Zimmerman, of Coaldale, will be shortly leaving a holiday there. DIED Lacombe, Alia., Jan. 15, 1920, Mrs. Aimin Fraser, age SI) years, widow of the late John Fraser. The remains wilt arrive on Monday Kllerrioon Iraln, and funeral will take placs at 3.30 the same afternoon (rom Fctlerly's undertaking parlors. Rev. Capt. Denooii officiating. Interment in tho family plot In the public cemetery. Christian Men's League Thero will bo a special meeting of aii committees and of Iho Christian Men's League for all iifter- estcd in tbo welfare of tho'loaguo in the triangle room of.lhe'Y.M.C.A. at p.m. Saturday, January 17th. Spe- cial business in 'connection with pro- posed banquet and social. UNDERTAKING MACKAY and BELL JOJ 3rd Avenua 1SD2 Shop at WESTBROOKBROS. Barbers, bpp. Bank or .Montre ANGLICANS WON'T CO-OPERATE OTTAWA, .Inn. Canadian P. Or'de, K.C., chancellor o'( the Anglican dloceso of Ottawa, has issued u statement approved by Bishop Kopcr, In which II is announced that it has been decided not to co-operate with the olher. dcnomlnalions in the Forward Movement, but Iho Church o! Kngland is to conduct a movement, in this ilioccse under Us own direc- tion. It la felt that belter results can achieved by tho Anglican church working separately. How about that room that needs papering? Our slock of papers 13 large and'yon can set a paper to suit your taste and nurso, nt Robertson's Book Store Lethbrlcige Hotel Building. PHONE 1265., I Phones 1515 and 322 n 1517 gave Hie lolol UF to June if lhat year as Uegina's s given a population of Saska- oon Moose Jaw Prince Visitors in City The following visitors from the dis- Irict are week end visitors in llio city: Lothbrldgo and Mrs., A. Pirle and family, Magrath; Mrs. Diipee, Cou'ts; T. H. Phillips, Cr.-.n-led a ladder lo'thc roof, and repaired brook; harson, Taber; J. W.: the chimney on her house. Milk River; H. F. Mc-j professor, ot mathematics figures Nichol, Norman Oricr, It. Lantlnga, value of one cent invested at the 'SO-ycar-old woman at Dowdoin-'j ham, Me., mixed some mortar, climh- Albert North Datlleford Iwlfl Current Weyburn London, is said to bo under- going ono o( tlie most significant re- ligious revivals In IU'history and this hag been in progress for some time. Many feel that the Gipsy Smith cam- paign had much to do wEtli this, mosl look upon lhat time of spiritual luicfcening as a precipilaling agency lhat brought crystals of results Into sight tlmt hatl before been trembling Mackintosh, Maclcod; Tho3. Allen, llaymond. Dallas Ericteon, J. liean, 0. L. Halmarsh. Warner; Mrs. J. n. Sohorii, Banmelt; U It Easier, .1. A. Warner, I5unk Carver, Travcra; Btuce Mc'f'all, Lomond; U Ncwhold, Coaldale; C. A- Thornton, Mac'col; A. M. Taylor and family, Woolford; T. A. Uroswlcke, S. DUItngham. Lucky Strike, Mr. and Mrs. H. U Molls, Bel- in compound bolullon of Epirilual deavor. The weekly accessions members in most o( the churches h -v. ,-iUributwl liy laynicn (o Ihc work ot the vital stntistlon cwn mlnitlors-lh a large sense. 0( their but none tho less Ihor- h ot Iho provincial health bur- I They feel that has a cor This >-hows an Increase of militant preachers lhat carry on _______ work migbly. beginning of Ihe Christian era, with ntercst compounded years at per cent, would beNlhc cquiva- ent of thai of globes ot solid gold, each tho weight of Hie earth. evue. L, Moore, Barons; Sherwood, Kimball; Frank Palmer, Coaldale; H. J. Cheyno; ,1. A- Munro, Medlcino Hat; Mr. and Mrs. B. Brick- son. Travcrs; 11. J. Flclmcr, M. For- thu Chin; John Murray, Warner; li. C. 'Dowlon W. Neilson, Taber; H. Harvey, Uarons. Salvatlan Army Services Sneclal meott.igs In con- nection wi-h the home service fiiml will Ir? comliicled in Iho Kalvatinn Army Citadel, commencing thin even- ing at S o'clock. Adlulant Tulle, an old officer at will conduct WHEN USING... "OUR BEST" FLOUR You never waste any dough. Tlie busy Housewife can always plan for the future when using It never takes any special care to handle it and no waste when baked. Consult your grocer aho.ut O.B. It will help keep clown the H, C, L. ELLISON MILLING AND .ELEVATOR CO. Green Adams Rear of H-.nld Office Horse Hides M Hides, Pelts and Furs bought at Top Market Price. Reference: Standard Bank ot Canada, PHONES: Office 1386 26-0 COURTEOUS TREATMENT AND ABSOLUTE THOROUGHNESS In al! work entrusted lo us. Wo lako prldo tn our ability to rallKfncdon. DalKrics n'ml Magnalo.i chnrgcd and repaired. Storage Snd Accissorles, Djy and Night THE GRAHAM MOTOR Co., Ltd. 'EET Open Your Account With Us for the Year 1920 WE SUPPLY ALL OFFICE NEEDS JUST FULL LINE OF LOOSE LEAF LEDGERS AMD PRICE BOOKS AGENTS FOR THE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER EVERALL FRANKS SOUTHARD BLOCK THIRD ;