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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta NO30HCIMER PIANOI iDISON PHONOGRAPHS MStmsOIA MUSIC po, LTD. Mil Slrtrt South Phone 1555 LETHBIPGE HERAU) mm mIMW u Phone 1448 IMS t. A KIDNEY REMEDY THAT WILL HELP YOU If you are suKerbG Kiteey trouble, ice" lime to do some, thine is now. Dra'I wait tvr the cyn.iiljim to Sci Penstar, Buchu and Palmetto Compound. The relief that has beeu so suecessJul iu olher cases, thai you can espect- Improvement ia a very 5horl time. Sold In two 50c ,tnd SI-W. THE. KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. Store NEXT SALLAS HOTE'. PHONE REGULAR EVERYDAY PRICES REMEMBER ONLY THE BEST QUALITY 35; LEMONS, Urge per doMn GRAPE FRUIT, Flortdas, each NAVAL ORANGES 40c, We and CRANBERRIES. Jtneys, per A bltachei, GET OUR JANUARY CATALOGUE FOR FULL LIST OF PRICES. FREE TO-INTERESTED BUYERS. CABBAGE, Mild Mnttr itock, [Xr ewt, V-75 POTATOES, IMT WAGSTAFFES BLACK CURRANT JAV, tin APPLES, No. 11, Wlneupt, Yellow Newtoni. Roman and per case 12.70 THE GOOD CO., LTD. MODEL BAKERY PHONE 1175 AND HAVE THE DRIVER CALL. N.J.SCHWEITZER License Number 5-1783 HIGH CLASS GROCERS Food Board Licr-nse No. TWO STORES MARKETS WINNIPEG, Jan closed 2 j.Sc lower tor May. Barley closed SlsftorJ was also a brother.' Funeral lower for JJSy mid July closed services will lake place tomorrow at at s9 i-S. Flai closed tc lower for May. Markets Member Family Here 32 Years Ago May July May' OATS- Xo. 3 C.W... 6S Extra Xo. 1 teed T.V1SX1PEG, Jan. Vo. 2 feed the membership' of the Greater !No. 3C-W... SiTi i a, banquet given in -bis honor, Open. Close. Mo. 3 CX.. Death claimed another well-known old-timer .lalt evening, when Elliott j Btatd ot Trade this evening at giren in ws "m- 12th street.south The late -Mr.) Arthur Meighen, minister of the m- StaSord WES 32 years.of age. and was i dwell upon obligatioa of i to set her share j business of the -vvorld in order a native ol Lethbndge having been! Canada to reach born here and receiving his education, in the city school He had been ill I ot jar about seven years bnt had lo pay her war debts and the teen recovered, the si DOul seven years DHL aaa aiiujei.1 iu JMJ HCI uwu rered. beins seep once more on' cbupetltlon in lusiness, she ivould treets last (all in good health ond joyp 'to facej not only from the Unit- l spirits. H was with much regret that his friends learned that he_had suc- j sumbsd to a'sudden attach of bron- rbitis- .He leaves to moorn his v -beside his mother. Mrs. Jane .Stafford; i five brothers and three WU-, liam apd David of Vancouver, James eft States, but from the old world. Speating upon Tiiat the Dominion government intended do to re- establish condillocs io_Canada, he said they expected to. spend during the upon public worts Mil JSO.OOO.OW on the railways, bridge, and Mrs H E ot Spring Coulee The late Major o{ the eipedoitnre'ha ing on egnlpment, which would bring 77T4 675s SQAPS Fpr Critical FOLKS Only tbe civilized use soap and the holier civilised the more of it we use and ilia more critical .we tecomeTegarJ. quality. have a slock of soaps for particular people. It embodies the pyrest, daintiest soaps made, including all variet- ies for, 1 f- Nursery, B-ith, .To I eC, Complexion, Surgical Antiseptic Purpases aind the Cure of Skin Oiwases. K TOU have no favorite let us fis J-QU up an. assortment ol our-'choicest soapg. RED GROSS DRUG BOOK CO., LTD. Sherlock -BHa- Lethbridge CITY AND DISTRICT Reach Home AuiOBfl those who reached Iiome this afternoon from overseas is H. Williams, ot SJaffordvJlle; ISHES AND TABLE WARE We are showing a few neat designs; not a large assortment but the patterns are neat and up to date. Our prices will get the busiiwsi. See what we, have' looffer. 1212 120 FIFTH Scout Meeting Wesley Scouts are urgently request- meet at 7.15 Ihis evening their scout room. brawny .boys''of the Latter Dty Shipment of at Saints'. Mere's hoping lo seo strong, decisive bailie.' In tho near future ilia Lelbbridge' team will try to e'n- gage lha'elusive Sorting It Hysop Bros, shipped a trainlond ot I9 that, tie Stlrllugltes are piac- which' was Won '48 years ago.', ttle lo irrkiiia. Alia, for winlervtising almost night so thai a nomination uys: feeding. This Is the second tralntoad which Hysop Uros. have moved Uili fail match-between the two may be man- aged. Customs Officials S. Busby, H. C. Graham and J. Funeral of WJlcax. f' The funeral of Jfrs. of 'A. Forbes, ot Ottawa, nndvH. C. Legs. Sergt.-Mnjor CvR'WUcox, Al.the'iH. of customs officials, are in N. M. P., and at-present serving tile city "wa business'cuuuuuE'.'J tha localjwrt. WON PARIS. Jan. V.EAM AOO journal publishes a.n'omln'itlou'to the' knlghthooj of Ihe o! Honor. 'Tho ".Mrs. Gustavo 'Krhardt for excep- tional service! In.toe slese ot StruS- burg. Sho conducted at the peril ot her'ltfd'bh September llirough tha lines Prtttact Bas-. thin front to.Sch.leltrghelm; whence be vras 'to reach burg, wh'fch wa's Investe'dl" took place yesterday. Re- I quiem high 'mass' was. celebrated at Claresholm Man _Ueut. C. N. HotchWss, ol Clai holm, and a. son of former Publicity jjc cemetery. was ia'rgi- Commissioner Holchkiss. of the pro- ]v. atiended', 'and the pallbearers con- vmcial sorermSient, arrived In llali- Ot: the sergeant-major's -old comrades In the force. Floral tri- butes Vefe received from the follow Ing Mr" Harmon Vr Kellogg Mrs. Mra. JlaMlllan, Sirs. Saiinders, Mrs. Wallace, Mrs. Page'nud. family, "My Husband and C. O's and nien of on the Empross of Britain. Is Repatriated J. C. Perens, of iyiris oner of valr-Uias been repatriated. Pte. Kerens calistei! 113lh. and was tafcen-prisoner in the fight- in 1917 f I In t to. 14 Diyi Druggists If. .PAZO Is tol -.cure or. Protrutllng -Piles. _.____ Soothesiland You (San get 'rutfiil sleEp- after Ihe first aTvpllcdtion.-PrIc6 6Cc.' v ANNOUNCEMENT All Ihe latest jazz band VVIllis'.Pia'no Store, 707 3rd Ave. S. OTTAWA, Jan. 22.-.There is solutely no truth in the statement ap- of Ottawa, Mrs. A. M Ross of SeattleV 14e' weorge, __._ equipmeni, wuiui uftug abreast conditions before Pearing .in Thefa lonld fe gratuity, payable to oomstxuction except of such branches C. E. F. on retirement or r Selling Meats By Phone 'For thirty yexrx and still pleap- ing people. R. COULTRY Phone 492 The Alberta-Meat Market Cinada Food License Number alreidT .been added. Xeat "desigDed for jou'' HAIRCUTS Westbrook Bros NOTE PAPERS WE HAVE A FEWQaF OUR SJPECIAL AND GILT EDGED PAPETER- IESONHAND -Price '.11.50. These aro Belling qukMr so Bit yours early. Envelopes and TaWtts Vall-prlces. 200 TONS CHOICE ALFALFA FOR SALE To stack or baled. Close to town, Special prices ra applica- tion F. 0. HYDE CO. FKOWE-IIM -4 L EXIDE BAHfRY SERIE J. 0. THOMPSON IN CHARGE All Mlkci of Batterltl Repaired mil Work Guaranteed. had discharge will also ba paid to. .war 'tri'h h'p and neil-pi-kin of Srocewlea mA, he killea'in acupn-pr .-who-dlei o! "wounds. An official denial of this statement, -isaued today, by J the mUiiia department and it tSe-.same time it was ppinled out that the or- rier-in-council makes noipfowsion o! this nature.' Tha-next-of-kin of de- ceased soldiers are provided "torf pension Wgulatiphs. Tho however, make provision for payment of the gratuity to the.dependents of a sold- jef.who-dies subsequent, to his dls-j charge or-retirement'and .before he; ir his dependents received any nart or the whole of the 'gratuity.. It i stales that it they survive.him, depeu-; .who hare to a portion of the gratuUy'.eqaa! to separa- tion allowance the portion ;of the grat- uity''unpaid at Ihe time p't his death shallbe payable to such dependents. Case of a soldier who. has no dependents' entitled al- lowance and who'dtes .subaequent to discharge before receiving'all or any part of-the th'e-portion vof thi gratuity, unpaid al the time of hfs death not be'corjie'payabie. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE i' PHONE 1265 LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK WE WILL FAY YOU TOP PRICES FOP YOUR FURS Hides, Pelts, LETHBRIDOE PELT FUR CO, LTP. O.P.R. Telegraph Ofllcea Cor. 4th Are. and 5th Street 3. Office 7M; RH. 326 atindtrd Bank' IN TWO-WEEKS WORRYING _YOUR FRIENDS by gaming mn h about TOOT tronhlss. ThSy would lots-.rather hear you tell about how good you feel, and you wonjt hnve any 'trouble! fa 'ilk about v Sole Ltlhbrltfjc. Dlitrlbutors: -WE Limited The "Alberta't DruMltH" Wholetile and RtUI! Phone. 1S1S and 32Z Joseph Leavitt Dead The ca5ua.ll> li IE of Saturday car ried tho name of J. Leavitt, of as having died, Purlher.detajls have besn received to the filed tSat'thla 19 Joseph not Jeremiah Lea- vitt men. were of the same unit. R.'N. W. M. P.; Pennefa'ther. fanlily, Mr. and Cpanev br and Mrs Fox Mr Mrs. Mrs Palmer Mr Mrs. Lobb and ?Irs. Brewer. the funeral ot _4he late Elliott forrance StaftordTrilltake place "'from the; 12th. SL tomorrow 3 o'clock. Interment will be'rriade la the family-plol in the public ceme- tery, >Capt. Ihe Rev. A. H. ottlclating. WASHINGTON, Jan.- pres- ent revolution'in Portugal seeking to restore the monarchy Is; tho secoatl raoveipent -Within two weeka, it was learned today at thif'i'tate department. reaching the'departmenC shovs-tnat the iateat outbreak, about 10 days ago, was suppressed by the government and several ot the leaders, In jail. :V VOLCANO; ACTIVE HOKOL.ULU, Jan! in the central fire pit ot Kllauea, the largest-auditors. Father of B'W Long Dud R. word this week ot the'deathol bis father, Alex' Lone, at'-Beltasi. Ireland. was 73 years .of age. Besides three-sons' -and a. [Daughter in Ibe old counlrr, there are Iwo sons and four daughters in Can ada, ,n. Long, lathbridge; Ales. Mrs.-R. .II. Ander- son, 'Mrs. '.Vies. Campbell, Miss; Kate and Miss Sally. ot Tuber. F. Inrtallatlon At the regular meeting of the Cin- adian Order of lorestera held in K of P hall "Mondav. January 20 1919, the following officers w.ere duly insta-fted for thri; present ;Vear: J. E. Clarke, P. C. C. 3t; Ramsay, V. C. It.; J33.' Moodie, .chaplain; W.. treasurer; A. NeWlg, P. S.; J. 9 Wi; F. 0-JIbraKh. S. B.; A. J. H.; II. .Taylor and -A. 1 and- Mrs.-Nwsralth i to Ihink their raan> Irleifcs who j extended to "hem during their bereavement stich kindness also for the beautiful' Wral Ihe following "M" flnt] nnd Mrs.' R Moodie Mr and Mrs H Mciidle Jr Mr- Linltn Mrs Mr Mrs Home the famil> Mrs Penoon David E Ralston and M Clarke Miss Birch .and class Mr and Mr Tenant and Tom Lelciuiun 35 The.ladles ot St. Patrick's-'cburch will liold a socljl'ln (he Conservatory of Music liaJl on Thursday Jsmiary 23, at'8.30 o'clock'sharp'. 34-3 Continuing fht the Admrnh trators Sale of Ihe Hesnewj- C Wilson L "I .V_______________________ t t V HIDES AND PELTS. 1 f" Paid, Phon. CANADIAN HIDE ANOXMCTAL COMPANY v> to 2nd Gait Garden! A PULL LINE OF FISH This Week. All Varieties The Lethbridge Fish Market 337 710 THIRD AVCMUBMUTH j D. Wilson, n. I' Unsworlh active volcano' known, fa prer flowing Into -the old crater.' eral acres. tsubmerging sev- LetMmdge Motors Ltd. YOU NEED HAY OF ANf KINO, CALL OH US. ,CWce Irrigated Timothy ALSO NUMBER 1 ALFALFA hOW READY TO LOAD. BALED STRAW IN TON OR CAR LOAD LOTS, POTATOES' ptr cwi. dpeo.UI price on Carload Uoti, .SAUNDERS HAY AND GRAIN CO. 1221 2ND AVE, S. PHONE 732 LETHBRIDOE, ALTA.1 Conliaulng this week the "Adminis- trator's Henffcsey fe, Wilson 4 4 f 4 NEWSPRINT-ENQU1RV COME3 TO END' 'r 1 :t JUST IN FINE FRESH WHITE FlStf, PIKE, HERRING AND .OYSTERS. ALL THE VERY BEiY' WE DELIVER ALL ORDERS. VANCOUVER FISH MARKET BlocS f Phone 343 Food Cont.'Ol Applied For, OTTAWA, Jan, argunfent. lasting nearly eleven (lays, the newsprint enquiry end.this morning and Jt now remains, for the. paper control tribunal to cldo whether the price of news- print in rolls to Canadian pub- lishers should remain at the a Ion fixed: by Commis- sioner Pringle or be. Increased to {89 as the mnnufacturcfs suggest, or come down to as the publisher's argue. t, v WERE REPULSED ARCHANGEL, Jan'. Jhevlkl forxii on tha northern front attacked Amiriean and onJSunday lilt. The, were withdrawn, but tht BaftMV- ikl attack en the wai repulsed. Coldt Cause HcjdttfiM and Pilni Headaches-and'Bod'r Pains f Coming .Manager Brown the Theatre'announcea that on Friday and Saturday February 7 and 8 F McKenzIe. itfte veM-ltnowji var.cor- specially cpmmtesionad'by the Brtlfsh ministry of Jnfymation lo lour'Canada, will give iv6 lectures at the Majeaiic the firat cntllled 1 Through the Hinderiburg 1 lift With the Victorious And that on KaUu-Jay'night entitled, "Britain Sated the irith him his own plcluraa and slides. Much The Twentieth Plane A PSYCHIC'REVELATION BY ALBERT DURRANT H-ls Itself Ihe most startling publication of them alt FOR SALE BY The Twentieth Century Book Store 514 FpURTH fVENUE PHONE 613 caused from r cold are rellored has been arou-ed by Mr Me by 1 AXATtVB BROMO