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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta NOMOMIIMIII PHONOGRAPHS PIANOS USMBOIA MUSIC CO., 110. Phoiw IK Mfc Itntt LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD COMMERCIAL CAFE MS SMITH THB MST PLACE TO DINf STOP THAT BARK WITH PENSLAR WHITE PINE AND SPRUCE BALSAM If you hart? a stubborn coupu, if your luilfis ntv intlamed uml your air paafttfifoe irritated, this Hpleudul Syrup will iift'onl the relict you promptly aud without any harmful after-eftm-tr.. Peuslar Whita Mno uncl Halum Is reniBily compounded of Fine Hark, Gum, Tamanu: Uark, and Wild Cherry and other well-known inxrwltontii of Get n bottle of this effective remedy anil rid yourself of that eoiiph. Sold in Two 25c and 50c. The Stokes Drag Co, Ltd. AND STATIONERS NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE See Our Prices On These Used Cars CHEVROLET, DOOGE, MCLAUGHLIN, FORD, OVERLAND, NASH, MAXWELL, CHEVROLET ONE-TON TRUCK, FORD TRUCK. Theic cars are all in GOOD running order. AND THE PRICES ARE RIGHT, Baalim Motor Co., Ltd FOR THB AUTO 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: 1 JONATHANS: finest pack. Per UOMKSTIC PACK C. pick; very Hue 1'er case........................... No. 3 a few left. While they last, per case C. pick; WASHINGTON flue quality; all wrapped. 1'er case Per case A many people are saving money by trading here for and paying a small delivery charge. Are you? THE GOOD CO., LTD. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. HIGH-CLASS GROCERS. STORE, BREAD is THE CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD ft iv i f The Big White Loaf Is Aisurrt By Using PRIDE OF ALBERTA on MOTHERS' FAVORITE TAYLOR MILLING ELEVATOR CO. BUFFALO PEANUTS These delicious, salt- ed, and skinless Peanuts are without doubt in a class by the first In bulk only. PER POUND J.D.HIGINBOTHAM ft CO., LIMITED Wholcull end VHK WEATHBK .10 Vancouver 41 .15 Victoria ___ 46 37 Nelson S3 24 Edmonton 2 -S Calgary...... 22 S Medicine Hat 43 IS Lethbridge 33 7 Moose Jaw 20 15 Begins, 19 IS Saskatoon IS 11 Battleford 16 G Winnipeg 18 16 Port Arthur 14 12 The weather the past 24 hours shown considerable moderation in temperature with light snow in a few parts of Saskatchewan and Alberta. Forecast Manitoba and local snow and colder tonight and on Thursday. local snow, cold In north; comparatively mild in south. Itaia Fair .40 Cloudy Claar Clear ,02 Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Clear Clear. Clear Clear cnrr ANB DISTRICT Colemin Man Fined At' Monday, Rn'y Volpe of Coleman was fined ?5, with costs, for using a motor license belonging to W. P. Nelson, deceased, without having the same transferred. S. O. E. Social Every member of the Sons of Eng. land, local or' visiting, is urged to be present at social tonight in the I. O. O. F. hall. Bring your pal. To Cure a Cold in One Day Take GroTo'a 'LAXATIVE BROMO Gtn.NINftiabletE. The genuine bears the signature of E. W. Orove. 30c. MODEL BAKERY Quality Bread "Best by Test" MODEL BAKERY N. J. Schweitzer, Prop. PHONE 1175. ANNOUNCEMENTS Births, Deaths, Funerals "Fitter Patter" the. newest walti. 'Willis Piano Store, Hull Block. 810 There will be no skatins at the rink tonight, as there is to be a hockey match between Coleman and Leth- bridge. Tickfits for reserved seats for the I. 0. D. E. entertainment may be ei- cuanged commencing Thursday -rfom. ing. at Armstrong and Raworth's, where plan of seats may be seen. 811 Miss Chrisale 1. erstWier, shampoo and scalp treatment and facial mas- sage by appointment. Phone 739. Suite G, Higinboth'srn Block. 70 A Scotch dance will be held In the Burgmann Hall. Thursday, January 20th. Gents 11.00; ladles lOc. J. Kennedy in charge. I Mrs. Woods, Scalp Specialist and Medical Massage. Combings made up. Special hairdresslnss, etc. Phone 1710 for appointments. The Ladies Hairdiesslng Parlors, Hull Block, ground floor. Births. Deaths, Funeral Notices. Cards of Thanks, In Memortam, rltd In this column, at 10 cwfita per line, each Inurtlon, minimum 50c, pay- able In advance. BORN Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Craig, 330 12ttt Street C. north, ou January 14th, 1921, a son. Mr. Hogg To Sneak At the convention school trustees of Alberta, to be held In Calgary, Mr. A. B. Hogg, chairman of the Lethbridge. Public Schools Board, has accepted the request made to him to address, the1 convention on the subject of the relation of trustees to education, Midwinter Dance Tne mid-winter dance given by the Commercial Travellers, Lethbridge Council, No. 511, will be held in the Masonic hall on Friday evening, Jan- uary 21, 1921. who have not received invitations may do so by ap- plying to John H. P. Green, business phone 552, residence 692. DR. HESS PODtfRY PAN-A-CE-A To Keep POULTRY HEALTHY And To HENS LAY lifts Poultry Pan-a-ce-a la a tonic as well as an egg producer. Its popularity In this community should be convincing proof of its value. Price., and THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. LIMITED Sherlock Bldo. 553 Every Day Brings Its Dust and Dirt But they are Easily Banished With modern housekeeping ft 5s eaiy to ret rid of daily dust and dirt. Come In and we our stock of utensils for eaiy and for keeping everything spick and span. We have ft complete stock of brushes, brooms and floor polishes. Also the tune and labor-saving Q-Cedar i'olish Mop CXSfes ContumetV Hardware Supply Co. Dullness PhMin 1212, Office 1Ma CARD OF TrtANKS The Matron of Gait Hospital wishes to thank The Gait Hospital Ladies' Aid tor the following: Night Gowns, 47; Pillow Cases 160; Sheets, CO. Also Mr. Washbrook for Bedside Table, and the I. O. D. E. for Xmas Boxes for the Veterans, which were especially appreciated. SIS CARD OF THANKS Try quick .service, draying and coal. Orders taken, at 190.1, 7th Ave. N., or phone 1122. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lagua and fam- ily desire to thank their.many friends anil kind neighbors for the sympathy and kindness extended to them during j their recenf sad hereavetcent, and for the many beautiful floral tributes giv- en to their late departed son and brother. 809 'JNDEPTAKINC MACKAY PARLORS Third Avenue 1802 Ladles of the Moose Heart Legion I will hold another of their series of i whist drives on Wednesday evening, j January 19th in the Mousn Lodge ai> IS. 15 o'clock. Goud prizes and refrenh- jiuents provided. Admission SO cents' each, Indies or gtrnts. Kindly note change in price. Anyone welcome. 800 The Nursing Mission have arranged that women with small children, go- I ing out to ii-ork by the day, may leave I the children at 422 9th where ia responsible person will rare for; j them, charging a fee of 50 (.-cntK for t each child from ft a.m. to 5 p.m., or a less amount according to the time they arc. left. JUST "BAYING AT THE MOOrJ" I 4 CHAIRS GOOD SERVICE Brot. tth St tank of Mentml. At HALF BRAN PRICE Feed Alfalfa vhiek has the same feeding u brmn for dairy cows stock. tl for poultry. FARM PRODUCTS, LTD. Ormwrs1 Company. BUN and 777. MEETINGS K. of P. Tonight The regular meeting of Lethbridge Lodge Xo. 2, K. of P., will us held to- night at 8 p.m. The Rank of Enquire will: be conferred. All members re- quested to lie present. Visitors wel- come. t Vsptist Church Annual Meeting The Baptidt Church annual meeting aii'3 will be held in the church this evening. Supper will be served at 6.30 and business session will begin at 8 o'clock. It ia hoped that all the members and adherents of the church will be present. OTTAWA, Jan. hope prev- alent among a large 'section ol ex-ser- vice men in Canada, that the coming session of the federal parliament would agnln take .up the question of a further cash gratuity to veterans is discouraged by C. Ci MacKeil, Dom- inion secretary of the G.W.V.A.. .iu a letter published in the January issue of the "Veteran." Mr. MacNeil writ- ins in reply to n criticism of the edi- torial altitude of the Veteran on the subject, declared that it is not so mudh a question of what the returned meu need as one of what they can get. 'Attempts to dictate to the gov- ernment is mere "baying at the moon" he declares. Supper and Dance Preparations for the first annual supper and dance of the C. P. R, So- cial and Athletic Club, which is sche- duled for Monday night In the Ma- sonic hall, progressing rapidly. i Thursday is the last day on which re- I quests from C. P. R.' employees can j be receiver! fnr invitations. The com- mittee in chargg' do not want any- one left out. Tuis affair, the first of its kind with this club, promises to be a big one. Dancing 'will commence at 9 o'clock, and supper will be serv- ed at eleven. Turkey ia going to be one of the big items on the menu. Board of Trade Luncheon A big attendance is looked for at the luncheon of the Board of Trade on Thursday in the Commercial Cafe. The luncheon will commence at 12.30 o'clock noon sharp. Goes to Saskaioon James Westbrook will leave Leth- bridge Saturday night for Saskatoon. While there he ,wlll act as a judge at the Saskatoon poultry show. TEN MILLIONS LOSS YEARLY BY RUST WINNIPEG, mental stations on the prairies where eradication smut in wheat can be studied, were advoc- ated by President John Bracken, of the Manitoba Agricultural Col- lege the delegates to the Can- adian Seed Growers' In convention her-i today. President Bracken declared the country was losing nearly yearly through damage by rust. URIPBM ACTTOPIECES U, F. A. Delegate Didn't Find Much Support For His Extreme Views (By a Staff Reporter.) EDMONTON, Jan. Ryerson, of Bawlf, told the U.F.A. con- vention this that the Brit- ish North American Act should have been relegated to the scrap neap years ago, but his opinion did not prevail. Hs was supported by a large number of delegates however when he urged that there be a time set for all elec- tions and-that all officials shall be elected by vote of the people includ- ing the senate of the Dominion. There was a sharp debate on the question, some delegates declaring that the present form of government Is more democratic than that of the United States ifter which the Bawlf delegate seemed to pattern, his re- solution. The result of the debate was the tabling of-the resolution. Another strong resolution condemn- ing the Dominion government for the abuse !y the order in council was re- ferred back to the resolutions com- mittee. Jackson's Policy RELIABLE GOODS FAIR PRICES PROMPT DELIVERY If possible, all items we do not stock are pro- cured. Send us your orders and prove our policy. ARE PROMPT WE ARE CAREFUL' GROWING WEAKER AMSTERDAM. Jan. gen- eral weakness and lassitude of form- er Empress Auguste Victoria of Ger- many, who is suffering another of her heart attacks, in increasing, says the latest bulletin received liere from Doom. QAIN IN PROFITS annual state- ment of the Brompton Pulp and Paper Company, Limited, for the year to October 31, 1920, shows profits of a gain of nearly 70 per per cent over those of 1919. Scout Notice Every member of No. 6 troop will I meet at the hall at 7.15 and parade to No. i! Fire Hill for Ambulance In- struction. 'E. Boady, Scoutmaster. Civic Employees Meeting Civici Union No. 70 will meet in the Labor Hall tomorrow at 8 o'clock, Important buiinpsi. "OUR BESF FLOOR This is the brand to use when you- want either Bread or Pastry because it is uniform and milled by experts, fryn the besU wheat grown. SOLD BY ALL LEADING MERCHANTS Ellison Milling Elevator Company, Ltd. 20% Discount Sale Every pair of Men's, Women's, Boys' andv Children's Shoes will be sold at 20% off. NEW LINES OF EVENING SLIPPERS INCLUDr ED IN THIS SALE NO APPROVALS hoe Store 608 3RD AVENUE. PRESCRIPTIONS 'There are three very important things about the filling of a pre- scription: (1) ACCURACY (2) QUALITY OF DRUGS USED (3) CORRECT COMPOUNDING OF THE DRUGS TO BE USED In our prescription department all of tlieso have careful atten- tion. We fill prescriptions CORHECTIA' and CAHEFTICLY, and de- liver with nil haste to any address iu thu city. WE USE THE PUREST OF DRUGS OBTAINABLE AND NO OTHERS THE FRANK HEDttf DRUG CO, PHONE 772. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. LOOSE HAF Many and EVERXLL'S LIMITED STATIONERS AND PRINTERS THIRD AVENUE SOUTH ;