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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta tOiWM HOHOHtlKlill ASSWIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD.. "tvirrtMnf 115 ItH Phew LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD COMMERCIAL CAFE MS ITH IT. MUTH THI MET TO MM It A. ALMOND TOILET LOTION A superior healing application for chapped hands, face or lips, cold sores, and irritated or rough skin. The Stokes Drag Co., Ltd. AND STATIONERS NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1447 Sensational Apple Prices Apples that are in the very best condition having been stored in an Al apple basement. For a quick sale we offer the following sensational prices: No. 1 JONATHANS; finest B.C. pack. Per easy DOMESTIC PACK C. pack; very fine A A Ver case No. 3 a few left. While they last, por case WASHINGTON lino-quality; all wrapped. rer case No. 3 rer case........................... A great many ptople are saving money fay trading here for cash and paying a Stnall delivery charge. Are you? THE GOOD CO., LTD. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HIGH-CLASS GROCERS. See Our Prices On These Used Cars CHEVROLET, DODGE, MCLAUGHLIN, FORD, OVERLAND, NASH, MAXWELL, CHEVROLET ONE-TON TRUCK, FORD TRUCK. These cars are all In GOOD running order. AND THE PRICES ARC RIGHT. Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. PON THI AUTO LETHBRIDGE STORE. BREAD is THE CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD He Big White Loaf It By Using PRIDE OF ALBERTA OR MOTHERS' FAVORITE TAYLOR MILLING ELEVATOR CO. To Cun Cold to Oiw Day Take Grove's CU1MNB the s T iVATTVTT Model Bakery Quality Bread Cannot be is so light, white, dainty, and delicious to the taste, which is so satis- fying. MODEL BAKERY N. J. Schweitzer, Prop. PHONE 1175. I ANNOUNCEMENTS I Miss Cbrlssle I. Oarfftier, shampoo jand treatment and facial inas- sage by appointment. -Phone 739. Sulte- Sj- iirsinbotham Block. 70 Preparations are being made for a baked bean supper to be given In Wesley HaU ou Thursday, January 20th from 6 to 8 p.m. A good supper and good program will be provided. Proceeds in aid of Wesley Sunday school funds. 792 A beautiful old favorite for Oratorio admirers. "It With All Your Heart." Wonderfully rendered by Edward Johnson. Willis Piano Store, Hull Block. 783 NEMO'S HERP1CIDE In addition to the 1 toilet sizes of Herpicide, we carry GALLONS HALF-GALLONS QUARTS and PINTS For Barbers' Use. J.D.HIGINBOTHAM CO., LIMITED Wholesala and ReMM Phones 1515 Lethorldge. Alberta, Canada VHEWKATHEK Vancouver Edmonton Medicine Hat Regina...... Prince Albert Winnipeg Victoria..... Calgary..... Lethbridge Saskatoon Port Arthur S7 S3 -10 -20 .01 0 -S -11 -23 -10 -36 2-24 36 32 -6 -14 14-6 -S The weather over Sunday has been very cold in all three prairie prov- inces. Forecast Fair and very cold in all West. Rats Snow Clear Clear Clear Clear CloudJ Clear Clear Fair Clear CTTT AND DISTRICT S. O. E. Social Evening The local lodge of the. Sons of Eng- land are holding a social evening in the lodge room on "Wednesday at S o'clock. All members are urged to be present. Bring your pal and a good appet'-te. Births, Deaths, Funerals i The Lethbridge City Pipe Band wish to remind, those holding tickets for the Burns Sapper and Dance that Tuesday the 18th la the date for ac-! ceptanco cards to be received. 30-1! Army and Navy Veterans Association I 1 Lothbridge Unit A will give a dance; in the Masonic Hall on Friday, Febru-i ary 4th. Dancing from 9.to 2. Music supplied by the Army and Navy Vela 'Orchestra. Invitations may be ob-j tained by phoning 1720, or from the i following members: C. D. Swift, J. Arnold, Wm. Cleaver, Alt. Bartlett, P. LamesflBlt, P. Jowett. a1 couple. 50 cents extra lady. 795 Keep Friday evening open for the vaudeville and comedy provided by Alexander Gait Chapter I. O. D. E. All local talent and well worth the price of admission. Reserved seats Jl.OO. Remainder of house 50 cents.: Doors open at 7.45, show commences j at 8.30. 795 Birth., Deaths, Fl'nor.l Carda of Thanks, In Memorlam. car- rlaa) In this column .at. 10 cents per Una. each insertion, minimum Me, ply- able In advanct. BORN I Mr. and Mrs. F. W.' Harvev, 809 ,7th Ave. S., on January 17th, a daughter. DIED...... Milk River..on.Saturday.I January 15th, Andrew Doln. aged 571 years. The remains' are- being -for' warded from Milk Hiye.r. by. Monday's train to Ktenco, Minn., for interment in the family plot there. Mackay, undertaker. 797 DIED the city on January 16th, 1821. Alfred Johnson, of Carmangay. age 21 years. The re-, mains are being forwarded from Mac- j kay's undertaking parlors on this. (Monday) p.m. train to Carmangay i for interment In the Carmangay ceme- tery. 797 Fine Was Returned Paul Aladge, concerning whom it was published that he was fined for 1 running sheep at large, has communi- cated with The Herald to the effect 1 that his fine has'been returned. With htm in the case was Mr. Chipman. j The case was heard at Milk Hiver, To Aid Boy Scouts In order to aid No. 4 Troop, Boy Scouts, the Black 'and White Pierrot Troupe .will pn( on the first of their original musical evenings in St, Au- gustin's hall on Thursday and Friday, Feb. 3rd and 4th. The troupe con- sists of Mesdamea Waddington, Pat- terson, Colpman, Eileen Waddington, and Messrs. Waddington, McAlpin, Colpman, Cranny, and Geoff Wadding- ton. Tickets may be obtained from the Boy Scouts or at the drug stores. Fifty cents each.' Was Remanded Magistrate Burrell was engaged for a considerable time on Saturday deal- ins with thp charge against Lee Die, a Chinaman of Coalhurst, of being in possession of a still for the purposes of manufacturing spirituous liquor. Die was remanded for trial. No Meeting of Commissioners The regular Monday meeting of the city commissioners was .not held this morning owing to the absence of Commissioner Sketch of Mr. The current number of the Con- tract Record and Engineers' Review, published in Toronto, contains a photo and sketch of CommUaioner Meech. In the Canadian Engineer of this month the address delivered by Com- mia'sioner Meech at the'Rotary Club during the recent "Health is reproduced. An Anodyne Expector- ant of Linseed and Turpentine with Men- thol and Tar, ZIP is a specific for obstinate coughs and colds of all kinds. It has a remarkable action on. the-throat and lungs, the first dose giving immediate relief. TRY IT FOR YOUR COLD Price.SOc a Bottle OPEN TONIGHT TILL 9 O'CLOCK ____________________v THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. LIMITED Sherlock Bldo. Phon. 585 COAL 33 Inches high. Reg- ular Iii.O'J. time high. Reg- ular Sale.......... fiS indies high. IIA tegular 1 l.UU "Kvcuiug regular Aft 115.50. Sale.'.......... y "Fairy 36 inches WKU. n nn Kenuiar Sale regular tflO OA regular (poo AA "Fawcetts 36 Inches JA high. Reg. "Fawcetts 38 iuches A in AA high. Ree.JS4.OJ. "Fawcetts 40 inches ttt OA hifh. Reg. Sale ...fLli.OV 34 Inches high. Anf AA Regular 34 inches hjgh. ft "7 A A Repilar 36 inches high. Regular "Hot Blast 3S Ins. AA high. -Reg. Sale... 1 Q.UU "Hot Blast 40 Ins. AA high. Reit. Ssile "Hot Blast 42 Ins. high Reg. ttfi.BO. Sale "Hot Blast 44 Ins. OA high. Reg. Sale WE ARE ALSO GIVING SPECIAL PRICES ALL RANGES IN STOCK. ON Consumers' Hardware Supply Coy Business Phones: 1212, 1919 Office, 1920 Big Picture for Three Owing to the great Interest being taken in the showings of "Once to Every Manage? Len Brown has arranged to extend the engage- ment until' Wedmesday night This will give local theatre goers the choice of either tonight, Tuesday or Wednes- day in which to see the play at the Colonial, theatte. Mr. Buallm Improving Mr. Arthur Baalim, of the Baalim Motors, has been removed from the hospital and is now resting quietly at his home. His condition is much improved. B. of T. Luncheon The weekly Board of Tride lunch- eon will he held on Thursday in the Commercial Cafe. The dinner will commence at 12.30 o'clock, noon, sharp. MACKAY PARLORS SCO Third Avenue 1802 CHAINS GOOD SERVICE Wettbrook Bros. (lii St. Opp. Sank of Montreal. 4 A Scotch dance will tie held lu the Biirgmann Hall, Thursday. January 20th. Gents ladias lOc. ,1. Kennedy In charge. To Face Court-martial At HALF BRAN PRICE Feed Alfalfa which has the feeding value as brau for dairy cows ana trowing stock. Altalfn Meal for poultry. FARM PRODUCTS, LTD. Qrowert' Company. anil Lethbridge Phenu R1S04 and 777. A post-mortem over a valuable cow nt Heno, Nev., revealed the animal the victim of an abnormal appe- tite. Four nails, an automobile Key. three screws, and some pieces of wire were found in the stomach. A boudoir at police headquarters, a suite of rooms finished in pearl grey and gold, with expensive mirrors, soft lounges and easy i-hnirs, was aL Boston in preparation for the ad- vent of twomen to the force. Start Clinic Here Dr. Orr, of the Veriereal Depart- ment in the Department of Health of the Province, was in the city on Thursday for the purpose of estab- lishing a free venereal clinic in the city. The Department will provide the cost of equipment If accommoda- tion can be provided by the city. Nothing practical was arrived at, but the matter will be taken up by the Hospital Bonrrl as to the possibility of instituting the clinic In Gait Hos- pital, es Miss Neilson tyere Miss Lou Neilson, proprietor of the Empress theatre, Cardston, is a busi- ness visitor in the city today. Romeo Mingeau, aged 25, of Longue Potato, near Montreal, in anger smashed a glass door in a street car and bled to death. John Hayes, a farm laborer near Bowmanville, a former Barnardo boy, who died following an accident, leaves an estate of MEETINGS Annual Meeting The annual meeting of the Chil- dren's Aid Society 'will be held at S o'clock tonisht, at the mayor's office in the city hall, for the election of officers for the year and for present- ing the annual reports. A large at- tendance of the public is requested. L. Keel Goes East L. Keel loft this morning for the east on a buying trip. An- emergent meeting of North Star Lodge No. 4, A.P. and A.M.. will be held in the Masonic hall, 10th St. south tonight (Monday) at 8 o'clock to confer the second degree. Visitors cordially welcomed. JUST RECEIVED esAiterumner minis and an Assortment of Fruit Drops APE PROMPT WE ARE CAREFUL L. o. L. Meeting The regular, meeting of L. O. L. 1666 win be hold on Tuesday evening in the Moose Hall at 8, o'clock. Ptoy. Grand Master Robt. White of Calgary will be present to confer the. third degree. A good attendance Is re- quested. Visiting brethren welcome. Old Mectirtfl Election of officers and the drawing up of a new constitution will be the business before the Old Timers on Tuesday night In the Board of Trade rooms. The meeting will commence at s o'plocK auil a good attendance is requested. Admission by Invitation Only. PHONE 372. DANCING 9 TILL 2. Girl Guides No. 1 company .St, Augustln'Siineet tonight at St. Augustln'a club rooms, at 7.30 sharp, of. Friday. Bey No. 4 (St. Augustin's) Troop, Boy Scouts will their headquar- ters, corner 8th St.' and 2nd Ave. on Tuesday at 7.30 p.m. Full turn out requested as final arrangements for concert and 'distribution of tickets will be made. Prof. John Man.Vell, one of the lead- ing EiiTi I'c-lnnr.i, rra-i-iitly urrnalfcri iii Dublin, who vill his trial this aionth. "OUR BEST" WHEN YOU SEE THIS BRAND YOU KNOW THERE IS QUALITY AND SAT- ISFACTION BEHIND IT. SEE YOUR GROCER. HE WILL WAYS RECOMMEND "OUR BEST." Ellison Milling Elevator Company. Ltd. HOT WATER BOTTLES Arc Still Selling at 25% Reduction At Our Store Values Sale Values Ssle Values Sale Values Sale THE FRANK lOUY DRUG CO, PHONE 772. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. LOOSE LEAF Mwiy Styles sad Prices EVERALUS LIMITED STATtONBRS AND PRINTERS THIRD AVENUE SOUTH V ;