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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ASSINIBOIA WJSIC CO., LTD ( Mutltll" IMS LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. Fifth S, He KENNY ALLIN Co., Ltd TKS PENtLAR Eliminating Unnecessary Expenses IE a problem that is attracting the attention of a many business concerns these dayt. everything It going up In price it setms almost Impossible that any business should be able to report reduction in the percentage of cost of doing business. We are pleased to My that our business shows afmcst 4 per cent, less for overhead expense to what they previous to our discontinuing book accounts .ind Free Deliveries. A very gratifying result This was obtained of course by >n In- creased turnovtr. Th's means a to you In I ov.-ec prices. The small charge we make for deliver- ing !s nothing compared to Vie saving you can make. In addition to this saving you will save still more if you stock up some of our 'ivel! bought lines which were put in before goods advanced to where they .ire at present. do not 'jelleve you can make any miutake no matter what, lines you up THE GOOD CO., LTD. LlMiiM EXCEPTIONAL VALUES IN USED GARS 2 Ford Ton Trucks, almost new. 3 Ford Touring Cars, can recommend; 1 6 cylinder 7 passenger Siudebaker, run 6000 miles. 1 6 cylinder Velle equipped with Cord Tires. 2 five-passenoer Chevrolet Baby Grands. 1 Royal Malf Roadster Chevrolet. 3 490 Touring Chevrolet Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. SEVENTH OF POST OFFICE THE WEATHER The weather the uast "4 hours lias been fatr and very cold in .Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. Forecast j. Manitoba, Alberta and Sasliatche-; and decidedly cold today and on Wednesday. Cinr AND DISTRICT Veteran Conductor Retires John Barrieau of Medlctuo Hat, C. j 1'. R. conductor, retired at the ning of the year. lie is well known along the Ho had boon with the railroad 33 years. i BURNS' DANCE To lie Held in G. W. V. A. Club Rooms on January 23rd 1920 G.W.V.A. 5-PIECE ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE Admission per Couple Invitations by Phoning 372 Refreshments Will Be Served Street Cap Service after Dance. Tonight at S o'clock, Viaduct Lodge Xo. 0. O. F. will confer the Initia- tory degree.' Visitors heartily wel- comed. Members requested to bo 1'rcFcni. A Splendid Combination The Lcttibridgo Children's Aid Soe fety through Robert Barrowman, see retary-treaEiirer acknowledge with j thanks a cheque for to ho plac- i ed to the credit of the moving fund from the JIajor Jack Jioss Chafer, I. O. D. E. Play Tomorrow Night The Knor anJ the Herald junior Hockey team will jilay tomorrow at 7 o'clock instead of tonight. ANNOUNCEMENTS Er. W. Tiicuarila has commenced a dental practice In his DOW offices. 3, Oliver Block. DIED Lethbriflge, on Jan. 15th. 1020, Mrs. JlcCorvio, aged Cfi years, widow of the late Archie Me- Corvie, Sr. The remains are at Fct- lerly's parlors nnd funeral notice will appear later. Elected a Councillor Word has reached the city of the election of A. Itosalne, formerly of this ciiy, as a councillor for Drnni- hcller. ]Io headed the poll, Mr. Kos- nitic only left Lctlibrldgo to open up a liutclier business .iu Drumhellcr nhout eighteen months ago. He was a prominent worker in the Salvation Array while here. Fire insurance in Canadian. Ameri- can and British' standard companies. We would appreciate any business in this line. Dowsley Land Agency. Loose leaf and bound books, synop- tics, diaries, calendar stands, etc. Bverall Franks, 3rd Are. S. Leslie Grossmith, famous English jhumorist entertainer, February 10th, Wesley church. Tickets from" choir. NEW CENT TO BE LIKE AMERICAN OTTAWA, Jim. ion is Being made for the mini- ing of a new Canadian cent. It will approximate tlie Amer- !cau cent in size. French organdie writing paper, em I bossed with your initial free. All envelopes, tags nnd labels, ink pencils, fountain pens. Evershai-p pen ;cils, etc. Evcrall Franks, 3rd Ave South. --u MAJOR JACK ROSS CHAPTER, I. 0. D. E. IN THE K. of P. HALL Dancing 9 till 2 Good Music "While Others Are Building Castles in the a most enjoyable nnm her, hy Henry Unrr. Victor Record. Js'o. 21IU67. Willis Piano 707 "rd Ave. S. A (lam'.R will be given tonight in thB K. of I', ball by tho Cannoneers' Jazz Band. Uanclng from 9 to 1, Everybody welcome and a good lime assured to all. Oh, More Eggs- Mope Money Hres now command an extra high price. If you wisu to produce hen efficiency you must supply the necessary egg-niaklng materials Pratts' Poultry Regulator or Hess' Poultry Pan-a-ce-a Wilt enable you to gel the max- imum of profit out of your hens for the minimum expenditure. REDCROSSDRUG BOOK.CO., LTD. Phone SSI Rhirlack Bldg. MARKETS Lin WINNIPEG. Jan. Otterines on the local market wero very light to- day ami cash markets remained virt- ually unchanged. The leading feature was Jhe good demand for oats at spreads of from to ?4c. Canadian crushers readily absorbed all flux of- fered. Oats today closed lo bigncr (or May, %c higher; barley isje higher for May; flax closed 2c lower for May, and July rye closed tee higher for May. Quotations Open Close July May Flax- May May S3Ti 15391 430 -170 1.8554 Cash Prices 2 C.W......94'i 3 C.W. Estra 1 Feed 1 Feed..... SS 2 Feed Track ISOVi 4 C.W. .IST'i Feed 4S7 470 1S7 "neautiful Ohio" (Hawaiian gui- The favorite Hawaiian music never seems to lose its popularity. Victor Record, Xo. Willis Piano Store, 707 3rd Aye. S. C Uns ghtly flands 'Unsightly, and. what is more, uncomfortable- hands, the result of Uio eitremo weather and not drying them, can' lie remedied by -the use of 1REME VELVA Note: Apply after rinsing the ihds while they ere still moist. 25c and 50c a bottle MECHANICS HAND LOTION (tor aggravated cases) 25c and 50c Samples for the asking. J.D.HIGINBOTHAM CO., LIMITED Wholesale and Retail Alberta's Pioneji The Phones 1515 322 WE HAVE BASKETS For Almost Every Purpose Not overlooking a full ranee o! tlzes la eitra quality WILLOW.CLOTHES BASKETS These part of (ho first shipment, from Uelgiuiu since the war, and the kind you have waiting sec ihcm. PHONM 1112 1111 Office 1W 3 C.W. Rejected Track 1 3 C.W......173 3 C.W.......447 Track 453 2 C.W. New York Slocks NEW YOHK, Jan. sales: C. u. S. Steel U. S. Steel preferred, Winnipeg Live Stock Winnipeg, Jan. lliii. morning wero 205 cattle end 377 hogs. With light supplies of cattle in the yards for today's trading quotations hold generally steady .-vviih yesterday's .close, good quality feeder steers being tlic piiadpal sellers, there lielng :i scarcity of all other classes of butch- er catiie. The hog market was steady at for selects, fed and watered. There were no sheep or lambs re- ceived up to 9 a.m. Calgary Livestock CALGARY, .laii. was slow at the Alberla stockyards today. There were 401 cattle and 32 hogs in the yards Ihis morning and less tbati one hundred were disposed of by noon. The top price of the morning on steers ranging down to ?5.75, tlio average being The top on choice was and the low was One lightweight bull brought ?8.50. and the was lop offering on calves was 59.00. Hog prices remained the same as yes- terday. A NEGLECTED GRAVE (Kaiuloops Inland Senlinel.) It has been discovered that the grave of "Father whose name was Hev. Henry Invln, lias been left in n sr.dly neglected slate In a grave- yard war New Westminster. "Father Pat" Jived in Hossland for years. lie was an Anglican minister, and a call (rom any miner's cabin meant an im- mediate reply In person, no matter it was one or ten miles away in the mountains ivitu snow waist deep on .the trail. Daring his life, at Rossiand, where- there- is a beautiful street fountain to commemor- ate uls name, lie was what the western people call a real Christian, and sect, creed nor color. made no difference to himself where there was suffering or depression that needed his atten- tion. "Katlier Pat" was a great for a pioneer country aud.tho good th'at ho did will bo remembered hy those who knew lilm, regardless of thft fact that'strangers have -ulloiveil his grave to be hidden from tUo rays of the sun by brambles and other thick growth. Hunters near Moran, Mich., killed a deer that Had no feet. They had been burned off, no doubt In last sum- mer's forest fires. II R NFXT TO a Safe, San- u K ncAi itary Barber Shop at ,WESTBROOKBROS. Barbers. On p. Bank or A dance will be hnlJ In Tiurgman's I I D ft ft! H I Hall on Friday, January 23nl, to com- I 11 U 11 I T memorale (bo 124th anniversary of M lllillt'ULk memorale (he I24lli anniversary ot Hums. Oenls Ladles 25 cents, j Dancing from 9 to 2. PURE, RICH MILK Our milk tests exceptionally high and is pasteurized. The pasteurization temperature of milk Is H2 degrees held for minutes. Our bottles nru washed in eoita and tlien Fcald-jJ at a 150 degrees In ;lear water. Therefore tlw iisfll; l.i imra'iiinl the bottles thoroughly sterilized. THE PRICE REMAINS THE SAME 15c A QUART Table Cream, Half Pint..................15c. Cream, Hali Pint...............20c OUR BUSINESS IS INCREASING DAILY Owing to beirjs unaMe to secure a sufficient supply of milk rccrct that we slinll not ho able to mako dflivcrlcs in Msthltridge until further notice. Chief Mountain Creamery Co., Ltd. PHONE 1929 A fiance will held in Burgman'a nail, I3th Kt. north, on Thursday, Jan-i nary 22nd. Dancing from 5 to 1. Gents I 51.00. Ladles Miv, Tirossenu'a orclioAtra in attendance. K. Uurginnn in clinrKe. DENOUNCE U. F. A. POLITICAL ASSOCIATION CALGARY, Jan. tion of the U.F.A. political associa- tion and demands for its dissolu- tion were expressed by various speakers at the annual convention of the district political associa- tion for the constituency of Medi- cine Hat, In the Sandstone hall In Calgary yesterday, -It was al- leged that the politFcal association had sought to usurp the functions of the industrial organization of which H. W, Wood is head. PROTECTION! The benefit ol fire insurance 15 all with the insured. The cost of keeping up a pel Icy-Is very scnatl and you should Uavc the protection. Let us talk over this Import- ant matter with you. It Is dis- tinctly to your advantage. THEEDGETT AGENCIES Lid. Balmoral Block, Lethbridgt PHONE 651 INSURANCE AND LOANS UNDERTAKING MACKAY and BELL J03 3rd 1902 To Cure a Cofd ir> One Day Tiiko I-AXATIVIv HHOMO (JUIN'I.N'n It tho Cough nml Heailaclie and works off the fjolrl. R. OJIOVIO'S signalnre oji cacfi box. WE PAY THE HIGHEST PRICE lllilcs, 1'rlis. Furr, and advise yon lo sell them now. LETHBRIOGE HIDE, PELT A FUR CO., LTD. Office phono 799. 325 Reference; Standard Djnk IS STILL NEWSPAPERS WINNIPEG. Jan. Canadian third day of Uio enforc- ed sUfipr-nsioti of local newspapers as a result of Ihc exhaustion of tho news- print supply and failure of Fort Frances mills to continue normal ship. inciUa, tiriiiiglit lioine with t-mpbanis today tho important posl lion a newspuppr occupies in Ihc life of a conimiinily. In the New Kngland Stales there are K Bnorl many "fur where lox, skunk. Mink, conn and opossum nre being raiseil. WHEN USING... "OUR BEST" VLOUR You never waste any dough. The busy Housewife can always plan for the future when using O.B. It never takes any special care to handle it and no waste when baked. Consult your grocer about O.B. It will help keep down the H. C. L. ELLISON MILLING AND ELEVATOR CO. Honesty Pays And you can rely oil us whe ordering by phono. R. COVLTRY PHONE 492 OFFICE SUPPLIES Typevyriter: Ribbons Carbons and Papers Blank Books of Kinds. Fries, Binding Caiii and.- Supplles Robertson's Book Store LtthbrrdQC Hotel Building. Phone 1265 Green Adams Rear of Htrald Office Horse Hides All Hides, Pelts and Furs bought al Top Market Price. Reference: Standard Bank ol Canada, PHONES: Office 1386. COURTEOUS TREATMENT AND ABSOLUTE THOROUGHNESS In nl( work entrusted to us. Wo talto pride in our ability to give- [atlEincllon. Uatlerlna and Magnetos charged and repaired. Storage and Accessories Open Day and Night THE GRAHAM MOTOR Co., Ltd. 114 SIXTH EET Open Your Account With Us for the Year 1920 WE SUPPLY All OFFICE NEEDS JUST ARRIVED-A FULL LINE OF LOOSE LEAF LEDGERS AND PRICE BOOKS AGENTS FOR THE UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER EVERALL FRANKS aoOTHAfiD BLOC b THIRD AVRNUI tOUTM ;