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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta EUISOM NOaPHCiMEH HNONOSaAPHt I ASS1N1BOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. I M'jilcn" LEr )GE DAILY HERALD KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO, Fifth S. You Need Not Chapped Skin K. ALMOND TOILET LOTION EAT MORE APPLES and ths way we are sslllnrj them at present, one of the cheap- A superior healing application for Chapped Hardj, or Lips, Cold Sores and Rough S'rflr. KENNY ALLIN Co., Ltd TK5 PENBLAR Next Hetll And heslihy, ;ne of hea tst focds you can buy. WAGNERS AND KOMAN Unwrap- per. txceplbnjl prr case {-2.25 for ing. per case OUR APPLES HAVE BEEN KEPT IN A SPECIAL APPLE CELLAR AND ARE IN THE VERY FIN EST CONDITION. WAGNERS AND 2s, all in the finest condition, per case 2s, Wagners, Roman Beauties, etc. No. 1s, very fine, per case THE GOOD CO., LTD. nmcuns No. B-HI 2 Ford Ton Trucks, almost new. 3 Fcrd Touring Care, can recommend. 1 6 cylinder passenger Studebaker, run 60fO miles. 1 6 cylinder Vclie equipped with Cord Tires. 2 five-passenger Chevrolet Baby Grands. 1 Royal Mall Roadster Chevrolet. 3 490 Touring Chevrolet. Baalim Motor Co. SEVENTH OF QUEBEC ARCHITECTS AGAINST BIG HOTEL COLD COIN FROM CANADA NEW YORK. Jan. Ciolil coin vnlnod at S10.00WO has arrive! hero few day, Over Sunday Ir.e weaker been cold in .Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Forecast anil decidedly cold to lay and Tuesday. Saskatchewan sail Local snowfalls, Imt mostly fair anil dccldcd- ly today and tomorrow. i CITTANcTDISTRICT G, W. V. A.' ExfCL-tivc There will, be a meeting of the cfc'ative committee G.W.V.A. in tho club -rooms at S.CO o'clock tonighi All members requested to bo present." Ladies' Curling Results In Saturday's ladies' curling games Mrs. Marshall won from Mrs. Shell Uf the ,Tlnco oM jucbcc was held at ihe city hall Satimla> and pl-iceii Bseu on record was be ug )y to spoiling 'e "''P0" THIS STORE WILL BE OPEN UNTIl :irgiilng that against Ihe bylaws of the. city ami passed a resolution ".vMch vlll lie fnrwanied to the- private liills committee of the Quehee legis- lature aK vvi'll as the board ot com- merce of Montreal. that lie Dominion government an- nounced would be sent to this country to meet some obligations and partly The first half of the ship from Miss BURNS' Mrs. Sinister Dead The death of Mrs. Charles Sinister occurred fii the SL Paul hospital, December 13 and 14. Vancouver, on Saturday, Jan. 17th, through an operation. Mr. and Mrs. Sinister were well known in Letn- bridge circles as. they only left Ijetn- i bridge about 14 months ago to make j (heir home in Vancouver. She leaves i to mourn her loss a husband and a son, Samuel. They were formerly I farmers in this dlstricL Mr. Sinis-, served in the array for a'number. of years, leaving here with thi 113th 5 Battalion. Sam Sinister was with the .Western Transfer. RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO., LTD- Mrs. AV. T. Dorchester, died in Chicago while on a visit to a son she hart not seen for ten years. ghirlock lldg. :E Russian Trade Decision is Open- ing Way (o Healing Wilh Soviet lo field in G. W. V. A. Club Roams on January 1920 G.W.V.A. 5-PIECE ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE Admission per Couple Invitations by Phoning 372 Refreshments Will Be Served Street Car Service after Dance. ANNOUNCEMENTS Dr. P. W. Richards has commenced a dental practice )n his naw offices, Suite 3, Oliver Blocsk. 1) Fire insurance in Canadian, Ameri- can and British standard companies. Wo ivould appreciate any hnsineaa in this line. Dowsley Land Agency. i leaf and hound books, synop- 'lies, diaries, calendar stands, etc. Bvcrall Franks. 3rd Ave. S. Unsightly Hands .Unsightly, and what more, uncomfortable tlio result of the extreme weather nntl not drying them, can be remedied by use of i English humorist entertainer, February 10th, Wesley church. Tickets from choir. fl.CO. MAJOR JACK ROSS CHAPTER, I. 0. D. E, IN THE K. of P. HALL Dancing 9 till 2 Good Music French organdie writing paper, em yc'jr Initial All size' ot envelopes, (DCS and labels, ink fonnlain pens. Kversharp pnn cils, etc. Overall Franks, 3rd South. "While Others Are Building Castles in the a most mini Imr, Ly Henry Burr. Victor Ilccord, So. 21GW7. Willis Piano Store, 707 3rd Ave. S. A dance lie given tonight in I .tho K. of P. hall by the Cannoneers' !jaz7. Hand. Dancing from (o i. flveryboily welcome- and a good lime assured to all. Note: Apply after rinsing the hands while they are still moist. 25c and SQc. a bottle MECHANICS HMD LOTION (for aggravated 'caaea) 25c and 50c SiiUiyi-ja JOT thC REfclng. J.D.H1GINBOTHAM CO., LIMITED Wholesale and Retail Chemists Alberta's Pioneer Druogists J OTTAWA CONTRACTOR'S ESTATE OTTAWA, Jan. Canadian estate of iinlc- pendent of his interests in (ho Bale McMahon Construction company, left by tlio laic Colonel liobert Simith heller known as Ixiv.-. con- I Inictor, who died from hlooil IIOIBOII- I ing at Ottawa on January JC, ;Colonel "Holj" Ixiw will perhaps be. host rcmcmherril as Ihc man who hnd 'n large part in rcconatrucliiiK Hali- fax, following tlio disastrous cxnluslon In December, I'M7, and who durliiR Ibo war was jnstriimciitnl in Hie lillilil- inf! ot ihe Lenside and llorden mili- tary camps. PURE, RICH MiLK Our milk tests exceptionally liig'u is pasteurized. The pasteurization temperature of milk la '142 degrees for .10 Oiir bottles are washed In Fotla iuul Ih'-n at. a tmippraturt! of 150 degrees In ;loar water. Thcirfu milk i3 pure and the bottles (horoughly sterilized. THE PRICE REMAINS THE SAME 15c A QUART Table Cream, Half Pint held Hi; 15c Whipping Cream, Hall Pint...............20c OUR BUSINESS IS INCREASING DAILY Owing ID licing ininMc lo Keeiiro a sufficient, supply of milk v.-e icgrot that we shall nul Jio able to make deliveries in Nonli Ijclhbridge until further notice. Mountain Creamery Co., Lid. PHONE 1920 LONDON, Jnn. Delalls of how tho allies nrc to finance trade with the people o( Soviet Russia, under the modified Russian blockade, have not yet been announced. It has been contended in some quarters' that the decision of the supremo council to 'reopen trade relations was not a sud- den one. but had been the subject of negotiations for months past and that tho initiative in these negotiations WOE lakcn by Russian co-operative so- cieties. These societies, according to the Herald, have maintained a difficult neutrality ever since the allies assist- ed K'ussi-jn factions hostile lo Lenlue and Trotzky. The newspaper adds j that Ifussian purchases will not be I limited to which it is un-l derstood the soviet government is prepared lo place in foreign banks i as soon as trade relations are cstah-i lishetl. It contends that facilities for' shipping goods can be obtained easily. Other newspapers coniimie lo dis- cuss tho situation, especially relative to the idea that the raising ot tho blockade entails the conclusion of peace with the soviet government. The Times, which ascribes the decision lo reopen relations entirely to Premier Lloyd George, attacks Ihe premier se- verely and says: "The statement that this decision leaves unchanged Ihc altitude of the nllies toward Iho liolsbevihi govern- ment is regarded as a palpable and in soleut unlnith." The newspaper further contends lhal Lenine and his colleagues will cer- tainly seize whatever goods 'are con- signed to co-pperalive societies ami expresses lhe opinion "that Mr. Lloyd George's regard [or home politics and i advanced I.aborites had moro to do [with the det-ision than lhe sound 'views of national advantage and na- tional honor." The Chronicle, which is a firm sup- porter of the premier, attribules Ihc decision to lhe supremo council at Paris, and says: i "The pretense that, the council is dealing only with Ilia co-operative so- cielles and not the soviet government; Is camouflage." The newspaper maintains Ihc allies I "must make up their minds whether i it is going lo be peano or war with the liolsheviki, and if not prepared for war, ought wilhont delay lo taku 'lhe lead in making peace and not in- dulge In a miserable scramble of suc- cessive capitulations." Definite peace is coming, says the Daily News, which adds thai starva- tion in Kurope is forcing Hie allies lo end hostilities. "The inilh which Ibis deviation inlo sense and huiMniljr brings says Iho News, "is that force luis tailed as It always dot-a fail when employed in conflict'wilh an ideal." USED DOG TEAM IN IJIG FUR ROBBERY THERE WILL BE AN y AUCTION SALE .OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD AT 1270 6lh AVENUE SOUTH On Thursday Next AT TWO O'CLOCK Some very fine Fumed Oak Dining Room Set, etc., will be sold. FRANK U R NEXT -To a Snle. San- itary Barber WESTBROo'k BROS. Barbers, Qpp Hank ol Montreal lUNDERIAKINC MACKAY and BELL J03 3rd Avenuo 1B02 PROTECTION! The benefit of fire Insurance is all with Iho insured. The cost of keeping up a policy Is very small and you should have Hie protection. Let us talk over this import- ant matter with you. H Js dis- tinctly to your advantage. THE EDGETT AGENCIES Ltd. Balmoral Block, Lcthbrldga PHONE 651 INSURANCE AND LOANS Honesty Pays And you can rely on us ivJici ordering liy piiona. R. COULTRY PHONE492 OFFICE SUaDPLIES i Ribbon's Carbons and Papers Blank Books of All .Kinds Files, Binding Catti and- Suppllei; Robertson's Book Store l-sthbrldge Hotel Buildina. Phone 1265 Green Adams Roar of Herald Office Horse Hides All Hides, Pelts and Furs bought al Top Market Price. Itrtcrencu: Standard Bank of. Canada. PHONES: Office Residence 1386 Only One "BROMO QUININE" To peel Ihc Rcn'ilne, call for full name LAXATIVK lillOMO QU1XINK Tab- Icls. l.wik for signature of K. W. GHOVK. Cures a Cold In Day. WE PAY THE HIGHEST PRICE For Hides, I'olti-, Kurr, mul advise you sell them now. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT FUR CO., LTD, Office piionc 795. Residence 323 Rcfenncn Standard Bank TUB PAS, Man., Jnn. dian Vressl-iOiarged with Mealing furs valued n't J13.000 from Ihe Hud- son Bay Company here, Alhsrt C.iiini- j boll, famous (log racer, and Paul I Colerier, ;i trapper, are tinder arrest, 'flu! furs have- been recovered. The burglary look place early yes- terday morning, entrance being effect- ed by smashing a window find a dos team was used In making the gct- Tho robbers overlooked Oufl worth of valuable furs. WHEN USING You never waste any dough-. The busy Housewife can always plan for lhe future when using O.B, It never takes any special cave to handle it and no waste when baked. Consult your grocer about O.B. It will help keep down lhe H. C, L COURTEOUS 4 TREATMENT AND ABSOLUTE THOROUGHNESS In all worlt entrusted to us. We take pride In our ability to site satisfaction. Batteries and MaenelOB charged and repaired. Storage and Accessories Open Day and THE GRAHAM MOTOR Co., Ltd. ELLISON MILLING 'ELEVATOR co, AND Open Your Account With Us for the Yjar 1920 WE SUPPLY ALL OFFICE NEEDS JUST FULL LINE OF LOOSE LEAF LEDGERS AND PRICE POOKS AGENTS FOR THE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER EVERALL FRANKS SOUTHARD BLOCK THIHO AVINUt SOUTH ;