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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE K TUB ummninoR DAILY HEP ALB. FRIDAY, JANUARY brouz'.-l the Yl'ar- Oil! occasional lift In .Brake and Walks With 11 Daughter from Kelleville, Out. lo Antelope, Sask., en Uoutc asaiu for Cranbrook. H. C. of R KOI Ant comes a pathetic story hunger, weariness. coW ulgbii and endless journeying vuiidi fell in ihe Jot of a returned IIKUI two yews' war service and two wound who, alter suffering ilio loss c( wife and children, heavily in debt and dis- pirit e-d lefl itis old home viHe. Ontario, his one Ing daughter, U, and Uell-i the sirl would rest wlillo her father worked At odd jobs 'earned a fow dollars to buy ih-1 necessary food, and then mi one-. I more1, towards Cranbrook the law take cognizance of ihcm. j Couple Investigate Karjj- in September Police Con- i stable- Dewbunrt ot Gull Lake was' notified that a man aud a girl, aji The famous Chelse'i ci'ntrt- forward, nets the ball, but the goal is dlsal- k-.ved ;is ho is offsIiU-. whose assi stance lie ho pod 10 lite anew, Misfortune After Misfortune In 191S George- Hunter weti given an honorable discharge and. re-turned 1o his home1 in He.levllle, OnU went, well for n season and then sick- ness oasue into the home. Misfor- tune misfortune dodged his footsieus. His wlfo and Uttle cues lost 10 htm one by ony. until one daughter. M years old, was left him. Out of work and in debt, lie. sold his few belongings, yald Ills debts and, with only sixty-five cents Jn his pocket, started for with his only dauchtor. where he liad nn uncle whom he iuipcd won befrirm! him. weeki. hi (tins: the lies by ihty to avoiii publicLIV and ttip atteutinns of puticr-. vajraujs. bed been seen j j tramping tho railway truck anil j i went out to Hu brought I t the Iravellors to his iifi'ii'ti and I elicited their story in the presence i j of Kev. M. Oresswell, meiuberJi of the local branch of the G.W.V.A. and i j a, Leader representative. Both father and daughter scorned' I to have stood iheir experience ex-! tremely weU. Hunter looked rled and complained of a headache., although ha did not to IN? 1 weak and the who gave Ihe. impression of being a strong, healthy j country lass, simply said that it had INTER-CHURCH POSTER HAS A FINE MESSAGE Appears on Twelve Hundred Boards Throughout Canada JBULLETINS j DOMINION PRESIDENT ILL jirepariug a home, for a future king ol Kngland. The Bedingfldll place was ono o( the pioneer ranches of Alberta. In the palmy days of ranch- iug scarcely a house existed between it and Calsury. A horaeman coaW rldo from itj door a.11 way to Cal- gary or Fort without en- :ounteriug a soul or betul obslruct- by one single strand of barbel wire. There wasn't a fonce In the whole country those clays. Wild pteers and vrlld teamed thy o( graaiy ranges. AVllh ihc. stale- nient of the country, however, and the growing of grain, tho'once bound- leas pisluragc 'rapidly aud the Bedlngfleld ranch started breediug to sell to Iho farm who flocked In. It "Get" The Prince The famous Bar-U ranch Ls close by. And It was the Bar-U's manARer. that famous old-time cowpunchcr. (ieorgc Laae, of the tail-coal, y.-ho initiated the Frluce Into the mystorles .of calf branding, and so fired the Imagination ot the heir to the throne that bo too dealred (o A cow puncher and ride on ihe round-up. George suegeEied they become neighbors, and on hh advice the future King of Eng- laad boiiKhL the BetUngfield home- ctead. assumed a horse and cattle brand of his own. and took his place as a Canadian rincher. OTTAWA, Jan. Cana- dian W. P. Purney, Dominion president of the Great War Veterans' Association, was admitted to'the Ottawa Gen- eral Hospital today suffering from a oeneral breakdown In health. URGES GERMANY TO RECOGNIZE IRISH uuuiur.1 simply sum inHL u nan I T rv ir it 11 been pretty cold sleeping out nights. I Mr. J. U. Kelty HlC More than an English chem- ist began to manu- facture BEECKAM'S PILLS. Todey have the largest sale of any medicine the world! Why? Acted as Good Samaritan PnpejE in his possession verified Huntqr's statements to some extent and enquiries Instituted hy the police further confirmed them. uncle at Granbrook was communicated with by wire, and in the meantime Constable Uewburst lodged the way- Ifarers at his own expense. N'o reply was received for five days, ami Hunter and his daughter decided to continue their journey. Jnsi after they had boarded tlie train wiilch I would lake them to their destinn- j lion the lonf-experted telegram ar-l rived, only ty contain a firm refusal I on the part or the uncle tc r.chiicsr- ledge his (Jlstresseii relntiTes. The latest news received, by the j police is that Hunter and his daugh-l ter -.vere completely ignored by tlieir f uncle oil reaching Cranbrook, aiid 1 still moving westward in ques: ot home. That was two months BY J. E. MIODLKTON iago. and Constable Dewhurst is i hoping to hep.r that they have _last reached a where they were! to rest after their long and j arduous journey. ANNOUNCEMENT Bricks Bricks Bricks THE LETHBRIDGE BRJCK CO., LTD., announce that they will oper- bricksnaking plant formerly owned by the Lethbridge Brick siid Terra Cotta Co. The Directors u.xpect to be ready to ship early in April. CITY OFFICES: HIGtNBOTHAM BLOCK, 419 2nd AVE. a OFFICE PHONE-1412 WORKS PHONE UTCHETER1 405 FIHH ST. S. THEY arc all dealing .at the Butcheteria. Let me I ell you why. Because the biggest majority of the people of Lethbridge and dis- trict have discovered that I am selling the Best Meats obtainable at prices unheard of before in the cky. Our. overhead expenses are by far the lowest of any firm in the city do- ing (he business that we, arc. Just look at these prices and com- pare them with others. Choice Roasts of Veal, per Ib..........15c This is Not Slew Veal. Choice Beef Roasts, per Ib............ 18c Good Roast Beef, per Ib..............15c Choice Pork Roast, per Ib............Z8c Swift's Lard, 3 Pcameal Bacon, by the piece, per Ib..... 50c New Laid Eggs, guaranteed, dozen Shoulders of Lamb, per Ib............18c On more than advertising hoards in (-anada iippoars this novel and strikinc poster of fo'jrshec I size. I', i.i a pirloi ial sfrnion preached hy L'niletl National pirn- paign.'wliicli wprc-scnts five Christian Communions in Hnptist, Congregnlionul, Nfelhodifl am! Presbyterian. The texl Js brief. the Good The incssuce is un- iversal; lhal a worthy religious rrcrd must express in conduct. umlouMedly the sort of dnctrmc Ilial Cn n a d a iA I (ulay. Th e ren'.txl v few n nrest n tic! clasvsuspirion m i hew limes is more brolheily-kinclnpss, and Ihe sotircc of brolhcrly-kindncss is in the gospel Ihc man of Naxarclh. Mr. Jolin D. Kelly, the ailist. !ia-. liccn nappy in his pirtorial j The sleeping figure in the poster well represent tliat hoiiy of folk wh fur than they CMt but we rriutt have room for tprlng arriving and mutt clear them ba< fore we take ttock next week. This is for only and no on approval. IN ADDITION, WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING BARGAINS Grey Flannelette Sheets, 11-4, Men's Overalls, all sues, in plain blue stripe and black, per pair We have a few Men's Flannelette Shirts and Scarfs to clear at HALF PRICE. Men's Heavy Sox, all kinds Off THESE GOODS ARE ALL FOR CASH ONLY AND NO RETURNS ACCEPTED s fUKf SHUTtllK USY. GROCERIES PHONE 1766 hard. and Gordon, side, per 3'pound Corii, per tin Fresh Dairy Butter, per pouml ........i... Quaker Oats, per Northwest Sodas, family package Totnalocs. large tins, per' tin............... 1.10 20c 65c 35c 35c 20c Braid's 13est Tea has advanced ten cents. Your last chance, }fer pound Lentils, 2 pounds lor Currants, snecfal, per pound Seeded Raisins, 12 oz., 2 packages for Chocolale Bars, nil var- ieties, p'er bar........ Urown Staff Tobacco, per hall pkg.......... 70c 35c 30c 35c 05c 60c The above arc all good prices, j Would advise you to stock 031 same as they will all be higher shortly. These arc less than' today's wholesale, price, our day comes next wee'; we must reduce our alo'ck, Supina 230 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH GETS NEWSPRINT WINNIPEG, Jan. adiar, threo Winnipeg editions this afternoon-for firtt time jlnce.the newsprint ihorUge forc- ed them to suspend one week ago, a small shipment of having Arrived from tha Fort Fran- ces mills. In a point itatement the pub- lishers say that these shipments do not In any way mean the sub- mission by ths mills to the gov- ernment orders. f.. 4. I'UIXCE IN LOVE WITH THE WEST PURE FOOD MARKETS WEEK END SPECIALS Prime Roasts of BEEF Choice Roasts of VEAL Come early as there is bound to be a rush. Don't for. get we're here to stay, a little out of the way but a saving in every ttep. F. BERRIMAN, Prop. {Toronto Telegram) What vrcrc the feelings nf Ihe Prince of Walos as he gazed for the first time on that glittering white line Of Kocky Mountain peaks, lhat I ncean of hills and plains bathoi tn I snnsliino from a cloudless sliy, ami il'.-rp of that air which is ILfce the very rlixlr of Hfo itself? DM K pang of atriko bun? Hid ho wish thai lin were merely n free young KngUalimaii starting, off on Ills own in tin1 (.'anaiilan west? Kinp! of Knglanil-tn-lie, such freedom tan' never Itc Hul he the hope lhat pymetimc-3 he may be ablo lo scoot (iff to Albert a incog for u Uiste of thp Hlrnplo to fish for rainbow j finrl bulltrout in the mountain to slinot prairie cliiehcn as! intmjfjrntion whinh in ;i few years Diey "whirr" from HID brush; to'g'al- Ihe jrcsf nt 'lot1 over In now-' Aiul whiit for World? Thm imnclif-r 4, to sit on thfl" Vorfln-f I lit. imiiorlaiicrt 'nricj trip power of of The .serving Inlcniftlional Most is awakening out nf sleep, arr, rparJy, even eagrr, life Gospel, ftnd for all the finer uf Thn war lias opened ninny floors. Thft ruunr; of Canada ringing ground llie. world. .The. lias come for ChrUlianF lo Qivr proof (heir Idicf lliat Ilicir iclijjruri in- HClion wit! Ic.jd on lo tliu timn the knowlctlRc Vf llic Lord wiH cover llic earth as the wutrrs rover llin st-a. Twonly-fivp year3 ago, If- K'.inaya, A young Japanese lioy, who had run nway frotn homo, was a window ilnh nf hi-' littlrj ranch watt-lung fhf frnphers pop froin'lheir, mul hfnrinj; the magpies ch'tl- lorlnK the cottonwooda hard by. j To Hi in ''ii rl, litiwevcr, remote, lie j bought hiin.siif a "little grey homcj in Ihc wesi." :i charming sit-' iiiitfifl whfif rho wooded fool hills meet thfi open ntd Ito'lhigncl 1 High forU miles sonlh of Caf- fary. i In Days Gone By The form FT owner of the ranch, Kranrta Norton Hctlingfield, latl, lean j utid wpallinriifalen, with the swing- ng gait of horseman, was, when i ToU-'grain imin met hint ago H Calgary; tlni typical cattleman in 18c, 20c, and 22c Ib. 15c, 18cand20clb. 'The above priced are for No. 1 choice quality meaU. We do not handle the poorer grades. New Laid Eggs, 90c per doz. Choice Creamery Butter, 7Oc per pound Prime Roast Beef Dripping, 3Oc per Ib. Burns' Special Tomato Sausage, 3Sc Ib. Our livestock buyer has arranged for a supply of grain fed steers to come in dur- ing the'winter months. This is choice quality beef, and our Lethbridge custom- ers are assured of setting the best in meats offered on the market' With the high prevailing prices on all kinds of provisions, it is poor economy to buy anything but the best OUR SHAMROCK BRAND HAMS. BACON, LARD AND BUTTER IS THE EM- PIRE'S STANDARD, USED FROM COAST TO COAST. P. BURNS CO. Limited washer in a Kan Kronc'lcco hotel. N'ow i appaaranre. Niitlr. did father. ns II.S. K. Allxanoshidi. (he lain Col. iiciHngflcld, an Kngiisli iin is llie (onrlsl mciKiiale nf i qcnllrjnaii. Iliink when lie went west Dominion Fish and Poultry MarkA, Phone 545 Main Market, Phone 412 Dominion Market, Phone 1654 to Cniifoniia. raily lie ;