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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta f NOfrOMtlMBK MANM ASSDOBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. 115 Mh' StTMt aural LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD IT COSTS LESS TO BAT COMMERCIAL CAFE QUALITY UP WHOM DOWN STOP THAT BARK WITH PENSLAR WHITE PINE AND SPRUCE BALSAM" If yow a stubborn cuugh, U >yair lungs inflamed and your air passages irritated, this spIem'Jir Couch Syrup will aft'onl rho .relief you promptly and without any harmful Pcuslar Whlto Pine am? tfprucu itaisam heal in t; remedy compouuded of Hark, Spruce Gum, Tamanic Bark, and Wild Cherry nnd other well-known insrrnlte.its of rcooKiiizod merits. Get a bottle or' this effective remedy and rid yoursoU of that cough, i Sold in Two Sizes, 25c nnd 50c. The Stokes Drug Ltd. DRUGGISTS "AND NEXT DALLAS HOTEL RHONE u our Money Goes Further- when you buy for Cash at a Cash. Store where a smal! charge is made for delivering. A few of our prices today: See Our Prices On These Used Cars CHEVROLET, DODGE, MCLAUGHLIN, 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. CVeftYTHINQ FOR AUTO PURE King Belch, Hamjterley Farm, Empress, Wagstaffet, etc., containing either Strawberry, Raspberry, or Black Currant, etc. 4 Ib. each CLIMAX Ib. tint, each 3 Ib. each..............ffc 5 Ib. tint, each 10 Ib. tins, each .......................92.95 roasted; In the bean or ground. Fine quality. Per Ib....................45c or you. Per Ib- '....................................Me Ib. sicks, each 20 Ib. saeki. each ........................K.K 100 Ib. sackt, each....................113.00 CORN packets for............25o LAUNDRY Glosa. Per "PC CANNED pick. tin, or seedless, 11 ez. pickets; 2 packets Slam. Per Ib................. CORN ON THE tlna, each .....Me slie, per dozen ............30o ROYAL CROWN packets for......95c PALMOLIVE cake ic brand pink, 3 tint for......25c COAL gallon ....................4Sc values at-----12.25 and up Southern Alberta grown. Dry and mealy. Per THE GOOD CO., LTD. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HIGH-CLASS GROCERS. LETHBRIDGE STORE. BREAD is THE CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD Hie Big White Loaf It Assured By Using PRIDE OF ALBERTA .........OR. MOTHERS' FAVORITE TAYLOR MILLING ELEVATOR CO. To Cure a Qoid In One Day Take Grove's LAXATIVE BBOMO QUININE tablets. The genuine bears the signature of B. W. Grove. 30c. MODEL BAKERY Quality Bread "Best by Test" MODEL BAKERY J. Schweitzer, Prop. PHONE 1175. "Ninety Three" too imparts a delightful Mental and Physical in- vigoration. Thoroughly cleans and leaves scalp and hair in fine condition. 35c J.D.HIGINBOTHAM t CO., LIMITED and LethbHdje. Alberta. Canada VHB WEATSEK 32 Vancouver Edmonton MeBiclne Hat Winntpee Nelson Calgary Lethbridge Moose Saskatoon Battleford The weather since yesterday has been fair and moderately cold with a tendency towards lower temperatures. Forecast All and moderately cold in the north; not so cold in south. Cloudy Clouds- Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear MEETINGS Notice No. 1 Company, Girl Guides, St. Augustin's, are asked to be at St. Augustin's clmrch, llth St. S., at 3.30 o'clock tomorrow sharp to attend the funeral service of one of their late Girl when, they will form a guard of honor. Will members of the vestry of St. Augustfn's church please take noticed there -will be a vestry meeting on Tuesday evening hfikt, January 25th, at 8 o'clock In St. Aiigustin's Hall. Keep this date open. Very important business. ANNOUNCEMENTS A dance will be held in the Knlghta of Pythias hall on Saturday from, 9, till 12. Mrs. Hudson's four-piece or-1 chestra supplying the music. Good] Boor. Good time to all and the best of music. Ladles 25 cents, gents Jl.OO. The Nursing Mission nave arranged tbtt. wpmen with small children, go- ing out to work by the day, may leave the children at 422 9th Street S., wfiere a responsible person will care for them, charging a fee of BO cents for each child from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., or less amount according to the time they are left. Miss Chrissle I. shampoo and scalp treatment and facial mas- sage by appointment. Phono 73S. Suits S, Higlnbotham Block. 70 UNDERTAKING MACKAY PARLORS 803 Third Avenue 1802 See the Picturesque Scenic Pro- logue staged in conjunction with "The Great Redeemer" at the Colonial next j Moa'daj', Tuesday and Wednesday. S27 I Great the next I mammoth attraction. Colonial next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. 827 Do you sing, dance or play a musl- cal instrument? If so send your name 1 to the manager, Phoenli Theatre, for amateur contest, Wednesday, January 126th. 826 I Hear the famous Peerless Male Quartette sing their beautiful vocal I accompaniment to "The Great Re- at tha Colonial Theatre next Hon., Wed. 827 THE BLUE BIRD I ORCHESTRA Hudson, Bud Routledge, Mer- ritt Blackford, Harold Mcllvena, T. Routledge, For dates Phone 7S5 or 747. 34-3 Births, Deaths, _ Funerals Blrtha, Deaths, Funeral Notlcn. oi Thanks. In Memorlam. Of rled In this column at 10 cents per line, each Inatrtlon, minimum 50c, pay- able In advance. Oied the city, January 20th, Olive Eva 21 years, be- loved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Has a Member For 69 at L. 0. L. Banquet Lethhridge Loyal Orange Lodge No. 1C66 held their'regular meeting Tues- 1UVGU UL lilt, atm .U1O. duiiii Arnold, 613 9th Ave.'S. The funeral era, HE the-Moose Hall A Soft, White and Healthy Hands Rubber are valuable for land-protection at any ttee, but especially so during the cold weather. They enable one to keep their hands soft and whits in: spite ot dishwashing, sweeping or other household duties. We have an excellent lot ol Fine Rubber Gloves in a variety of .sizes. Select a pair and form the habit of wearing them regularly. Price THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. LIMITED Sherlock Bids. 555 will take place tomorrow afternoon from Fetterly's parlors at 3.15 o'clock and proceed to St. Augnstln's church, llth St. S., where services will ba conducted by the Rev. Gore M. Bar- row. Interment in the St. Augustin's cemetery. 34-1 Card pf Thanks Mr. and Mrs. R. .1. Gammon and large gathering of the brethren to the number of 267 were in attendance to welcoma K. W. Deputy Grand Mas- ter Beattie and R. W. Grand Organ- izer White of Calgary, upon their an nual visit to the Southern Alberta subordinate lodges. After the con- clusion of general business, Wor. Mas- ter H. Chapman called upon M. W. Deputy Grand Master Beattie to pre- family desire to than, their neighbor, im during ably by Wor. Bro. White int through j v.irious .Jlq lug' and instructlveV After the initia- for- the- beautift; tributes from the following: Wreaths, Mr. and Mrs. Sorbora, Coalhurst Lodge, I.O.O.F., No. _105; Sunday school; sprays, Mr. and Mrs. McPher- son and family, Robt. and Arthur Mc- tory ceremony the Installation of offi- cers for the ensuing year were pro- ceeded with and the following offi- cers were, installed for the year 1921: EMPLOYERS AND WORKMEN KILLED 4 CHAIRS G O O D SERVICE Wtitbrook Bros. 6th St Opp. Bank of Montreal. BARCELONA, Jan. was :i number of clashes throughout yen- j terday between red. and white syndi- calists. Threo employers and fire workmen were killmv Dowell, Mr. and Mrs. G. Scott, Mr. E-J' Castles; Dep. M. J. Me- G. Murray, Mrs. A. M. Marshall, Mr.! Mafers: chaplain, W. J. Kane; Rec. and Mrs. T. R. Davidson. Mr. and Mrs. I Secty., H. Routledgo; Fin. Seoty.. J. Bateman, Mr. and Mrs. McDermott, Haynes; Treas., W. O. Hutton; lea- Mr, and Mrs. 0. E. Connor, Ladies' turer' s -Shaw; D. of C., J. McDoa- Aid, Mary and Esdale McDonald, Mr. !nc1'; committee, H. Chapman, A. and Mrs. McTavish 34-11 Kane, R. noittledge; auditors, W. 0. Hutton; w. J. Kane, P. Kane. A hearty vote of thanks was tend- LORD READING GOES TO INDIA IN MARCH LONDON, Jan. Reading, whose appointment as viceroy of In dia was announced recently will leave for that country on March 17, His appointment becomes effective on April 1. ered the retiring officers for the man- ner In which they conducted their offices during their term. Past Mas- ter II. Chapman was called to the sta- tion of the W. M. Deputy Grand Mas- ter and Invested with the symbol of the Past Master's Jewel. He replied In a neat speech thanking the brethren for the co-operation they- had extend- ed to him during his term of and also the gift that had been ajowed upon sumptuous ban- quet was In readiness and all the brethren sat down to partaka of the- good things in store, presided over by mine host, T. McNeill. The follow- ing Coasts were proposed and respond- ed to in a fitting manner: The King The Craft, by Wor. M. Castles; re- sponded to by Dep. G. M. Beattie> Retiring Officers, by Wor. Bro. White, responded to by Past Master Bro. H, Chapman; New Members, by W. J. Kane, responded to by Past Master W. 0. Hutton; Our Government, by Bro. J. Haynes, responded to by Bro. I T. McNeill; Our Orand Lodge, by J. 1 McMasters, responded to by Bro. Our Departed Brethren, by .Bro. A. Kane, responded to by Bro. S. Podger. Short addresses were al- so given by W. M. Dep. Grand Master Beattie; W. M. Bro. White; Past Masters H. Chapman, J. Haynes, W. O. Hutton, S. Podger, Bros. L.ynes, W. J. Kane, H. Routledge. Past Master Bro. H. Chapman .proposed the health of Bro. Lyues, saying he was a member of the Craft for 69 years which orda shuwed him to be the oldest member in Canada. A spontaneous applause greeted Bro. Lynes. At the conclusion of the banquet a concert wa.8 .held and the following program was rendered Musical selection, Bro. Johnston; Sentimental song, Bro. A. Kane; dance, T. McNeill; Comic song, H Harp and cello duet, Castles and Murphy; Senti- mental song, J." McMasters; Comic recitation, Juggling feat, W. O. Hutton and Pimm; Harp and cello duet, Castles and Murphy; Sleight of band melange, W. J. Kane and J. Haynas; Impersonations, J. O'Brien. A hearty vote of thanks was tend-' ercd W. M. Deputy Grand Maater Beattie and M. W. Grand Orgauzier White for the Instructive help re- ceived by their official visit. This concluded the business of the even- ing, all joining hands and singing the National Anthem and Auld Laug Syne. Every fey Brings Its fat ad DM Bnt they ire Easily Baisbd "tools" ft bear ome in and our stock rid of dailydust and dirt. Aim the time and labor-saving O-Cedar PaBib Mot ami Consumers' Hardware Supply Cev Phones 1212, 191J. Office im. Jackson's Policy RELIABLE GOODS FAIR PRICES PROMPT DELIVERY If possible, all items we do not stock are pro- d. Send us your orders and prove our policy, _ cured. APE PROMPT WE ARE At HALF BRAN PRICE Feed Alfalfa which baa the same feeding value as bran for dairy cows and growing stock. Alfalfa Meal for poultry.. FARM PRODUCTS, LTD. Thi Growers' Company. Coaldalt and Lethbridge Phones and 777. The murderer cursed the priest and threw the bible that tie gouu man had given him into tlic c-jsll across the aisle, I where it fell into the hands of Dan Mailoy, train robber. And out of that book came a paint- ing drawn by the hand of Mai- loy that sent the murderer to the gallows with a contrite heart, as you will learn when you see the beautiful master- ptMfi of the screen, "THE OHKAT with magnificent scenic pro- logue and the Peerless Malo Quartette singing vocal ac- compsniment at the Colonial O 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. Specials for Saturday at Wilsons Rolled tubes. Navy Per tube..............JUC 3 Ibs. for Sliced Pineapple, No. 2 size. Per tin........ ,33c tins. OC., size. 9C- per tin ...............JJC per dozen............J3C CELERY, LETTUCE, CARROTS, TURNIPS A CABBAGE IN STOCK D. R. WILSON ,1112 6TH AVE. SOUTH. PHONE 697. IMPRISONED AS SEY; BOLSHEVIKI RELEASE NEWSPAPER WOMAN Mar- guerite E. Harrison of Baltimore, newspaper correspondent, Imprisoned as a spy by the Bolshevik at Moscow, has been released, according to a let- ter received yesterday by Dr. Hugh Young, from the secretary of Lord Beaverbrook, owner of the Diily Ex- press of London. Her release from prison does not mean necessarily that she will im- mediately leave the- country, though this is the hope of friends. Assurances that Mrs. Harrison had been released were sent Lord Beaver- brook by M.. Krassin, Bolshevik min- ister of trade, who has returned to Russia. Mrs. Harrison entered Russia about 11 'months ago. Soon after reaching I Moscow, she was imprisoned for a while, but was released and for a time was reported as being in favoi with the Bolshevik. Her efforts to leave the country, however, were frus- trated and she was again arrested on October 24 and imprisoned' on a charge of having tried to bribe hei way out of Russia. RAILROAD LAYS OFF MORE MEM ALTdbNA, Pa., Jan. hundred additional Pennsylvania Railroad employees will be laid off here, according to announcement made today. This brings tha tola' dismissed here up to "THE GREAT REDEEMER IT'S WONDERFUL. COLDS! 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 64 trains ef Acetanllide to the Av. ounce. They are for a Special Preventive and Abortive treatment aaalnii INFLUENZA, COLDS AND GRIPPE. We can highly recommend them. PRICE 25 CENTS PER BOX. OPEN TONIGHT UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK i THE FRANK HEDLEY DRUG GO. PHONE 772. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. LOOSELEAF Many and EVERALL'S LIMITED STATIONERS AND PRINTERS THIRD AVINUE SOUTH ;