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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta NOKDHIIMIM ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. LETHBRIDGE tiAILY HERALD COMMERCIAL Hi >TH IT. SOUTH MST PLACt TO OINI STOP THAT BARK WITH PENSLAR WHITE PINE AND SPRUCE BALSAM If you hive u stubborn cough, if your limps inflamed iitid your pussuKos iri Hated, this splendid foiigh Mynip will afluru thu relief you promptly :mi! without liny harmful after-ofl'ects. Pciislur White 1'iiin uuil Spfui'o llaUam is a healing ivmei'.y compounded ot 1'ilic Hark, Spruce Hum. Tamarac Hark, iinrl Wild Cherry and other weH-known ingredients ot recognized merits. Get n bottle of this eftiH-tive ratnfdy and rid yourself of that cough. Sold in Two Sizes, 25c and 50c. The Stokes Drag Co., Ltd AND STATIONERS NEXT BALLA8 HOTEL U 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 ARE RIGHT. Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. EVKftVTHINQ FOR THE AUTO Your Money Goes Further- when you buy for Cash at a Cash Store delivering. A few of our prices today PURE King Belch, Hamcttrley Farm, Empresi, Wagttaffei, etc., containing either Strawberry, Ratpberry, or Black Currant, tie. 4 Ib. each CLIMAX Ib. tins, each 3 Ib. tlni, each..............90e 5 Ib. tint, each .........................11.50 10 Ib. tins, each roaited; in the bean or ground. Fine quality. Per Ib....................4So or pleat you. Per Ib....................................55e Ib. sacks, each 20 Ib. sacks, each 100 Ib. sacks, .where a small charge is made for CORN for .............25c LAUNDRY Gloie. Per pkt, 15c CANNED pack. Per tin, 19c or eeedleee, 11 ox. Z fer...............................45e Slam. Ib.................. M CORN ON THE tine, eaeK A.-...800 per dozen ............30c ROYAL CROWN packete tpr --------95c PALMOLIVE cake brand pink, 3 tine for.-------25c COAL at i.. and up Southern Alberta grown. Dry and mealy. Per cwt.................... THE GOOD CO., LTD. LETHBRIDGE STORct WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HIGH-CLASS GROCERS. BREAD is THE CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD The Big White Loaf Is Assurtd By Using PRIDE OF ALBERTA OR MOTHERS' FAVORITE TAYLOR MILLING ELEVATOR CO. Open Until 9 lock o c Tonight J.D.HIGINBOTHAM CO., LIMITED Whokeaie and Retail Chemtata Tbttott Jtors Lethbrldge, Alberta, Canada VHE WEATSEK Vancouver........ -10 45 Cloudy Victoria 37 Cloudy Regina lit 2 Cloudy Saskatoon'........ 13 4 Clear Edmonton 26 -S Clear Calgary 22 6 Clear Medicine Hat SG G Cloudy 34 -34 Cloudy Winnipeg 33 4 Clear The weather the past 24 hours has been mild but with lowering tempera- tures In the prairie provinces, snow- falls in parts of Manitoba. Forecast All and stationery tem- perature today with a tendency to- ward a lower temperature on Friday. CUT AND DISTRICT Train Late For some reason the No. 1 train was delayed at Dunmore Junction and arrived ,in the city two hours late this morning. Poultry Fanclere at Edmonton Three Lethbridge poultry fanciwa are this week competing at Edmonton. I. Emmerson Is there with some birds i and la acting as one of the Andrew Graham has some turkeys and black Langshangs. Mr. Black- ford sent white leghorns. To Cure a Cold in One Day Tafco Grove's LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE tablets. The genuine bears the signature of E. Grove. SOc. ANNOUNCEMENTS Try quick service, draying and coal. Orders taken at 1901, 7th Ave. X., or phone 1122. onic Meeting No. 39, A. F. A.M., G.K.A., will hold their regular S meeting this evening, Jan. at 8 p.m. General business, fourth degree. Visitors cordially welcome. UnafBli- ated and other members of the craft who have hot received invitations for annual supper and dance are reuuest- cd not to wait for said invitations, V. A. will meet Sunday afternoon nt caii on WoreliipM Master or secretary and obtain tickets. ReTnember dater Jan. 27tb, MEETINGS 6, W. V. A. Meeting The social committee of the G. W. three o'clock in the club rooms. Soft, White awl Healthy Hands Rubber gloves are valuable for hand-protection at any time, but especially so during the cold weather. They enable one to keep their hands soft and white in spite of dishwashing, sweeping or other household dutioa. We hare an excellent lot of Fine Rubber in a variety of eiiea, Select a pair and form the habit of wearing them regularly. Price THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. LIMITED Sherlock Bldo, Phone 555 MODEL BAKERY Quality Bread "Best by Test" MODEL BAKERY N. J. Schweitzer, Prop. PHONE 1176. Don't Forget to Hear Major Goodwin In the Salvation Army citadel to- The Nursing Mission hare arranged Weeley and Knox that women with small children, go-1 Wesley Knol hoopers will meet ing out to work by the day, may leave on y.M.C.A. Tfloor tonight at 7.30 the children at 422 9th Street S., where O.clock. This game will come close to night a great of at 50 cen" for tne championship1 of the Major Goodwinjmd Captain Saunders each child from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., orj less amount according to the time they are left. See the Picturesque Scenic Pro- logue staged Jn conjunction with "The Great Redeemer" at tho Colonial next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. 827 "The Great the next mammoth attraction. Colonial next Monday, Tuesday and, Wednesday. 827 A. O. F. Meeting Court Unity A. O. F. will hold their i enrolment of regular meeting In Burgmann's tomorrow (Friday) at 7.15 sharp. will he held. There will also be the Commissioning of all the local offi- cers of the corps, for the year, and Major Goodwin a long experience as an offl- Provide ReM for Disabled Vels Official Administering Measure is to Confer With Leth- bridge Officials An order-in-council has been passed for allowing relief for disabled veter- No. 1 Brownies Brownies Company, St. Augustin'e, meet at 4.15 on Friday in cer in the Salvation Army, having, ana. whl> are unemployed. In held some of the most .important posi- to this Mr. Langford, of Calgary, act- In connection with the Army Ing for the Director of Administra- work. She is leaving Alberta for tion will be In the city today to con- headquarters, Winnipeg. At the last fer with officials of the G. W.'V. A., St. Augustin's room, llth St. south of jjarch Captain Saunders is also! the labor bureau, and representatives and 8th Ave. S. All Brownies are re- app0jnted to assist the Major in her! in the city Interested in the matter, quested to bring thimble and sowing new appointment as Women's Social! for making plans for the relief of Do you sing, dance or play a musi- cal instrument? If so send your name to the manager, Phoenix Theatre, for amateur contest, Wednesday, January needle. 26th S2fi Secretary. At (i p.m. there is to be j a farewell supper at which the Ma- Ijor will also speak a few words to all the comrades. A nearly welcome to all at this great meeting. Adjut. arc requested to note that the contest Haray Lieut. jjde will take part Special Scout Notice aid teams competing for the to be civen by Chief Hardy Willis Piano Store, Hull Block. S3 lustln's hall. Asst. Com. T. H. Booth. Hear the famous Peerless Male Quartette stag their beautiful vocal accompaniment to "The Great, Re- at the Colonial Theatre next Mou.i Tues., Wed.' S27 UNDERTAKING MACKAY PAKLOB5 Third Avsnili 1302 4 CHAIRS GOOD SERVICE Westbrook Broi. 6th at Opp. Bank of Montreal. Births, Deaths, Funerals Deathi, Funeral Notion o! Thanka, In Memorlim, car rled In this column at 10 cents ftr line, eaeh minimum SCr, pay- able In advanca. Boy Life Council The second organization meeting of the Boy Life Council In Lethbridge will bo held tonight in the Y.M.C.A. cases that may exist in the city and district. Those who will meet Mr. Langford at today, will be Mr. Longworth, Commissioner Meech, Rev. Denoon, Father McCaffery, and Secretary Tur- cotte. In -the relief assistance will not be In cash but in orders for the purchase of groceries, Juel, or to pay rent or lodging. The order-ln-council states that ap- ROCKAWAY. N. Y., Jan. j plicants entitled to relief are to be aa LIEUT. FARRELL HAS TONSILITIS o'clock. ness of Lieut. Stephen A. Farrell, one id to complete organization. flight into Northern Canada follows: At this meeting tt is j tnree mvai balloonists whose (i) Necessitous cases among for- mer members of the forces who are prese.ntattves will be present from. wlldg ls bclng investigated by a naval' tn rece'pt of pensions due to or ag- different bodies in tho city Interested in boys' work. FORMER S. S. SUPERINTENDENT GETS A JAIL TERM EDMONTON, Jan. Jeans, board of inquiry, b. today halted the i gvavated by service in the Great ioard's hearing on their personal ad- or former members of the forces entures. Farrell's physician said his who have received vocational train- patient who Is suffering from tonsil- j jng under the department of S. C. R. itis.'may be able to testify tomorrow, j f0r a war disability which prevented The board today planned to ques- trainee from following his pre-war <2) Former members of His Ma- and peoples' warden of St. Lake's ;the expedition, .regarding the balloons jesty's Imperial forces and former church and trusted employee of thfi oiiuipmpnt and tho technical details .members of His Majesty's Alli I Woodland goes, to jail, for- one jof tne fl'8ht' BORN Mr. and MM. .1. E. at tho Van Haarlem hospital, on January 19th, a son. 32--1 and 11 months following conviction yesterday by a jury charges of false pretenses, and uttering. Every Day Brings Its Dad and Dirt Btrt they arc Easily BamsW With modern It is aay tt rid ot daily dust and dirt. Come in and eee our etocfc of utensils Jnr making nWcleminf cuy and lot Imping ewrytbirw epick and UMIL complete stock of Brushes, brooms and floor poluheii. Aleo the time and bbor-savinf Pofiah Mop Hardware Supply Co. Business Phones 1212, 1919. Office 1920. Jackson's Policy RELIABLE GOODS FAIR PRICES PROMPT DELIVERY If possible, all items we do not stock are pro- cured. Send us your orders arid prove our policy. APE PROMPT WE ARE CAREFUL" application for relief. This is not to be construed in any .way to include minors who bare received vocational training, except in cases where they are In receipt of pension for a war disability. Condition! Certificates may be issued under the following (1) If there is no employment available to which to refer man. (2) Although there is employment available, yet the applicant alleges his circumstances are such that he is urgently in need of assistance until such time as he receives his first remuneration from the work ho haa been referred to. Before issuing a certificate, the ap- plicant is required to register for and in no case will a renewal or new certificate be Issued unless that applicant calls at the office at intervals as directed by tho government employment section. The order states that the employ- ment division shall not issue certifi- cates before 9 a.m. and not after 4 p.m., and on Saturday not after 12 o'clock noon. Nation Man Is A Director (By a Staff Reporter.) EDMONTON, Jan. Baker, of Ponoka, Rice Sheppard, of Strath- cona, and 3. 3. Sears, of Nanton, wero elected by the U.P.A. convention thin morning as executive committeemen, the former two for the two-year term, the Nanton man for the one-year term. Mr. of Strat'dcona replaces W. D. Trego, of Glelchen. There were 1352 ballots 333 be- ing the quota to elect under the pro- portional representation system. Lawrence Peterson, of Barnwell, was re-elected district director for tho Lethbridge constftuincy and C. H Harris, for Medicine Hit. CHARGED WITH THEFT TtEGINA, Jan. him with the theft of at least a war- rant has been Issued for the arrest of Chesley A. Pike, accountant at the- local branch of the Western Trust company. He is alleged to have, ab- sconded with the amount named and circulars are being sent broadcast in aa effort to .apprehend him. He was bonded for Kegina and Winni- peg .capital .is invested in the firm. DEVELOP INDUSTRIES IN PALESTINE PITTSBURG, Jan. million dollar corporation of Pittgburgers to develop industries lines, in Palestine is being organized by members of the Zionists' organizations. Industries to be developed include glass, foun- dries, limestone, brick and machinery. Cured in 6 to 14 Dayi Druggists refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles. Instantly relieves Itching Piles, and you can get restful1 sleep after first application. COe. aro in recelBt ot pension his I Cor a service disability due to or Chas. I'oore, ago 75, of McGillivray, aggravated by service in the Great forgery died from tho effects of a faJI. .in. and have been resident of Can- I which he fractured his hip. ada for three months prior ha making At HALF BRAN PRICE Feed Alfalfa which ha: the name feeding value ai bran tor dairy cows ud crowing stock. Alfalfa tor poultry' FARM PRODUCTS, LTD. Tha firwmra' Company. and Lethbridge ____Phonta RHO4 and 777. The murderer euried the prleet unil threw the bible that the good man had given him into th1. cell across the aisle, where if fell into the harda ot Dan Malloy, train rouber. And out ot that book came a paint- Ing drawn by the hand of Mai- loy that sent the murderer to tho gallowa '.vith a contrite heart, as you will learn when you nee the beautiful master- nieco of the screen, "THE GREAT rtagad with magnificent ncenic pro- lopue and the Peerless Male Quartette singing vocal ac- companlment at the 41 next Monday, Tuesday, and "OUR BESF FLOUR This is the brand to use when you want either Bread or Pastry because it is uniform and milled by experts, from the best wheat grown. SOLD BY ALL LEADING MERCHANTS _ Ellison Milling Elevator Company, Ltd. COLDS! COLDS! You can break a broncho in a week, but it takes "Weeks" to break up a.cold in a day. "WEEKS" BREAK-UP-A-COLD TABLETS contain 54 of Acctanlllde to the Av. ounce. They are for a Special Preventive and Abortive aflalntt INFLUENZA, tOLDS AND GRIPPE. We can highly recommend them. PRICE 25 CENTS PER BOX. OPEN FRIDAY EVENING UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK THE FitiHK HEOLEY DRUG CO, PHONE 772. PRESCRIPTION LOOSE LEAF Styles Prices EVERALL'S LIMITED aVATIONERB AND PRINTERS THIRD AVENUE WUTH ;