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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta BD'SON NOKDHIIMIH PHONOGRAPHS PIANOS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO-, LTD. "ftvtrythhif Its 9th Phofv LETHBRIDGE DAILY COSTS LESS TO EAT COMMERCIAL CAFE QUALITY UP PRICES DOWN Open Till O'Clock TONIGHT (TUESDAY) 'Jyfi Toe Stokes Drag Ltd. AND STATIONERS ''v NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE NOW IS THE TIME HELP RELIEVE UNEMPLOYMENT SITUATION by having your car overhauled now. All our men are expert mechanics. Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. tVSRYTHINQ FOR AUTO THE CASH STORE- IS THE STORE THAT CAN GIVE VALUES FOR YOUR MONEY. THERE ARE NO LOSS- ES TO CONSIDER ON BOOK ACCOUNTS. NO COLLECTION EXPENSE, BOOKKEEPING COSTS ARE CUT DOWN AND THE CASH IS1 ON HAND TO BUY MORE GOODS WITH, WHICH MEANS THAT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE-PRICES ARE SECURED BY BEING ABLE TO PAY CASH. A SMALL DELIVERY CHARGE MAY SEEM AT FIRST THOUGHT THAT GOODS WILL COST MORE WHEN DELIVERED, BUT UPON FURTHER INVESTIGATION IT PROVES THE CHEAPEST WAY TO BUY GOODS. A GREAT MANY PEOPLE HAVE PROVEN OUR SYSTEM THE MOST. ECONOMICAL. HAVE YOU? THE GOOD CO., LTD. LETHBRlDGE STORE. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HIGH-CLASS GROCERS. BREAD THE CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD The Big White Loaf Anunrf By Uflng PRIDE OF ALBERTA OR MOTHERS' FAVORITE TAYLOR MILLING ELEVATOR CO. To Cure a Cold rn One Day Take Grove's LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE tablets. The genuine beara the signature ot S. Grove. 30c. ANNOUNCEMENTS CHERRY BARK COUGH SYRUP For Child and Adult Pleasing to Take. Throat and Bronchial Irritation. and contains no harmful In- gredients. Why Suffer from a Simple Cough? PROCURE A BOTTLE AT The REXALL Store 35c, 60c, J.D.HIG1NBOTHAM t CO., LIMITED and Chemlttl TKt Start Phones Lethbrltfge, Alberta, Canada VHE WEATflEK iated with our tuning departmen Heintjnian Piano Co., 405 5th St. S. 85 MODEL BAKERY Quality Bread "Best by Test" MODEL BAKERY N. J. Schweitzer, Prop, PHONE 1175. Army and Navy Veterans Associatio The regular meeting of the abov Association will be held in the Moos Hall on Thursday, January 27th J7.30 p.m. sharp. A .whist drive wi be after the business meeting a Blacksmiths' Convention to be held S.30 p.m. All veterans and thi in in the K. of P. hall on wives and friends invited. L. Leigh Adv. February 1st, 2nd and 3rd. All black-! Secretary A. N. Vets. smiths in tho province are requested! to attend. 38-6! MEETINGS .10 Clear Cloudy Clear Clear Clear Clear 10 Cloudy Cloudy Clear Cloudy Clear Vancouver 30 KMmonton..... 16 -1 [Medicine Hat :i- 14 Moose Jaw "2 10 Saskatoon 22 S Victoria 40 Nelson 3'2 25 Calgary :iO 10 Lethbridge 3S 15 Regina 10 4 Winnipeg 6-13 The weither since yesterday morn- ing has continued fair and moderately cold in Manitoba but has been milder in Saskatchewan and Alberta. Forecasts and moderating to- day. Wednesday local snow flurries hut partly fair with higher tempera- tures. with higher temperatures today and Wednesday. and higher tempera, tures today. Wednesday, colder with suow flurries in north, Obituary death occurred on Monday night of Mrs. Barbara Klager at tho residence of her son-in-law, Mr. David Sharpe, 120S Gth Ave. S. Mrs. Klager was S2 years of ago. Rev., C. E, Crags conducted a short funeral I I service Tuesday afternoon in Fetter-' ly'a parlors, after which the remains were shipped to Hamilton, Ont. All other relatives live in Ontario. DR. HESS POETRY PAN-A-CE-A It makes poultry healthy It makes hens lay. It makes chicks grow. Open Wednesday Afternoon Till 6 o'clock THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. UNITED Sherlock Bldg. Phone 689 YOU WILL BE THE LOSER IF YOU BUY ANYTHING IN THE LINE OF STOVES AND RANGES without first seeing our splendid assortment, and making a careful comparison of prices. When com- paring prices, do not overlook the Catalogue Houses. H we cannot give you better value, quality consid- ered, we will not expect your business. Do not overlook our sale on House Brooms; highest quality on the market. 1 A A Duchess Brooms; regular 75c; on sale at...... .25c Consumers' Hardware Supply Coy Business Phones: Office, 1920 HUESCHMAN. Mrs. Martha Hurschrmin, pne of the pioneer resi- dents of Nohleford district, passed away on Sunday; January Ifith, at the I home of her eon-in-law, Rev. G. G. Pj'bus. Empress, Alta. "The cause o( death was bronchitis and -heart weak- ness from which she had been suffer- ing or 4 -weeks. Mrs. Hurseh- man was born at St. Margaret's Bay, i >T. S., in 1S51, and spent the greater 1 part of her life" in the city of Halifax. I About 1G years ago the family moved JACKSON'S UQUID TAR SOAP for shampooing, is preferred by many users because it produces a copious lather and cleans thoroughly without delay. It gets into the pores and removes the dirt quicker than does soap in cake form. 50c Per Bottle. ARE PROMPT WE ARE CAREFUL" 3B2E west and settled In tho White Lake district, where llrs. Hurschman con- tinued to reside until about a year and a half ago, when she went to live with The Knights of Pythias win hold j Tbe Canadian, Brotherhood of Stat- their monthly whist drive and Engineers and Firemen will 'next Wednesday evening, January; holli tuelr regular meeting tomorrow 25th. vVbiEt will commence at 8.30 (Wednesday) at _8 o'clock in; her daughter at Empress. Mrs. sharp, supper at 10 2. Four piece orches! Good prizes and a good time assured. Tickats can he obtained at the Al- 10. Dancing 11 to i Moose Hall. Social after business. All. itra in attendance. Power plant workers invited. Hurschman wag a woman of Stirling Births, Deaths, Funerals Births, Deaths, Funeral Notice! Cords o( Thanks, In Memorlam, rled In this column -at 10 cents per line, each Insertion, minimum 60c, pay able in advjnct. .DIED Glager, aged 82 years, passed away on January 192 L, at the residence of her daughter, Picture Gallery, Tlclnta. 75 cents. Hull Block. 846 All ex-pupils at the High School are invited to. the Lit. Ball to be held in Central school on Friday, Jan- I uary 28th. Dancing at S.30. Music supplied by tho Bluebird Orchestra. There will be confetti, programmes "n' Couple ?1.50. Extra worth, characterized by strong con- i jirs.' David Sharpe, 1208 Cth Ave. S. Scout Notice First Aid teams are reminded of the contest to be held in St. Augustin's lja.ll tomorrow (Wednesday) night at 7.30 p.m. I victions and a kindly sympathetic A short service was held at Feterly's chapel at 2 o'clock in charge of Rov. spirit. She was'a devoted I Har Bible was her daily companion j c. B. Crage, and the remains were and her faith never wavered. Her i forwarded on the afternoon train to homely philosophy of life was a com- j Hamilton, accompanied by Mr. Snarpe, ]ady 5Uc to cover expensei. 35C Scout Notice >fo. 7 troop will meet at their head- quarters opposite tho depot tomorrow (Wednesday) evening at 7 o'clock. W. J. Mullln, Scoutmaster. All parties interested in the Miners Mijnon Polanaise "I'm Fair Titania" i Football' team are asked to he prea- Gain Curds' newest and one of hot 1 eut at tne meeting to be held Thurs- hcet. Willis Piano Store, Hull Block i day evening 7.30 o'clock in the Miners 84! I Hall. Important We wish to announce that the man- ager of HelnUmaii On., Ltd., have, been Miccessful in securing t.hG ser- vices Hoc tor McLean Angus, late head timer for Heintzman XJo., Win- nipeg. Over 40 years oxperiemce, having mjitrienkitecl with honors in 1S79. Wo may say that lUr. Angus waa for many years one of the officials adwOuu Cumjort Uramls, Scotland, having tuned for Ihn Drearest music- j ians of tKe day. Ye Olde Firmp, j Heintzman Co.. extends from to coast anil wo have no hesitation in i stating that Mr. Angus Is one of the i best mou who has over foueu assoc-1 fort to many who were acquainted with her. Her remains were brought -to Nobleford and laid to rest in White Lake cemetery on Thursday afternoon beside those of her deceased husband, who passed away some six years ago. The members of the family who re- main to mourn her loss are three sons and three daughters: Arthur of Nohleford, William of Barons, W Her in Nfiw Brunswick, Mrs. F. Cutforth of Barons. Mrs. O. P. Hill of St. Rose, Man., and Mrs. G. G. Pybus of Em- press. The larerely attended funeral K. of P. Tonight service and thai beautiful floral Owing to tho Whist Drivo and Dance wreaths were a testimony to the es- being given by the K. of P.'s Wednes- day evening, the regular meeting of and a tangible einression of sympathy Myrtle Lodge will be held tonight at. to the bereaved family. S p.m. All members requested to be present. Visitors welcome. where interment will take place in the family plot. 847 CARD OF THANKS Mr. and Mrs. John Arnold anil fam- ily desire to thank their many friends and fclnd neighbors for the sympathy and kindness extended to them daring their sad bereavement, and for the many beautiful floral tributes, especial- ly the little school children. Also Miss Reist and class for flowers sent to the hospital. Clover Leaf, Lethbrldge Girl Guides No. 1 company; heart, Fleetwood ichool; roses, Mr. and Mrs. W. Wil- MACKAY PARLORS j 303 Third Avenue 1S02 CHAIRS GOOD SERVICE Weitbrook Broi. 6th SL Opp. Bank of Montreal, Douglas Fairbanks IN "One of the Blood" EMPRESS THIS WEEK R. M. A. Meeting A of the H. M. A. oiecu- i; held this morning at which raiiRcmpiHs for the meeting nest j month wern talked over. MILLION IN DIVIDENDS PORCUPINE, from the silver and gold mining companies I of Northern Ontario will roach close to 51.000.000 during January. Should I the make a disbursement j this mo.-itli, and which is expected, the total for tho month will reach over The Nlptssing Iiouda tho liu with a disbursement o[ KING BEACH PURE FOOD JAM 4 Strawberry, Raspberry, and Black Currant, Loganberry, and Gooseberry. Special "I "I A for Wednesday morning, 4-lb. pail D. R. WILSON 1112 6TH AVE. SOUTH. PHONE 637. CITY AJfD DISTRICT Battery Membership Increases The following have been tpkeri on the strength of the Mth Battery: P. H. Crier, P. H. Robins, B. E. Chaplin, Jonah Davles and D. Robertson. Board of Trade Luncheon The board of trade luncheon will bo held on Thursday of this week In the Commercial Cafe at 12.30 o'clock noon, A good attendance is required. Battery Orders Orders Issued for 39th Battery call for a parade tonight at 7.30, gun drill from 8 to 9 and signalling and foot drill until 10 o'clock, teem in which the deceased was held cox; roses, Mrs. Saxes; violets, Mrs. 'Flynn; sprays, Mamie Flynn, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. G. Shirks, Mr. and Mrs. Ray, Rosada and Har- j M -xi. t j riaon Hubhard, Mr. and Mrs. 0. Pehr-! Andy In Command Guldeg Jun. and Sen. Nq. 3 A cadet corpn which will tako a Company, Mr. and Mrs. Symonds, three years'courso in bat-1 Joan Snell, Mr. and Mrs. Harry tf'ry work (corresponding to the i Smith. Her Sunday School Class, Les- Nanton Man Fined At Nantbn, on Jan. 24th, Wm. Gra- ham was fined ?20 with costs for in- fraction of the Motor Vehicles Act, in not displaying license plates at tho front and rear of his car. Trades and Labor Council The above council will hold their regular meeting In the labor hall to- morrow (Wednesday) evening at S o'clock. The meeting should be well attended, as there are several roat- te'rs of importance to come up, such as election of officers, report of dele- gates to the Alberta Federation of Labor, and appointment of vice-presi- dent for Lothbridga to Federa- tion. Nine Montht A. T. Smith was sentenced recently to nine months' hard labor at Nab aimo by Judge Barber for breaking into the Dominion Expresn office-at Courtenay, B. C. French .75) will be organized tonight and Stanley Snell, Florence, Doris i at Calvary. Major Andy Naismith, Geraldine Finn. Mr. and Mrs. C.' of Lethbridgc, will be the castles, Lottlo Coffay, Norma Harold officer commanding this corps, will be divided Into two sections, one representing (he Western Canada col- lege buys and tho other the Calgary personnel. Battery Promotion Prov. Lieut. J. A. Rosewarn and Berna Russell, Mr. and Mrs. T. Holllday, Robert and Keith Donald- son. Norman Hienety, Mr. and Mrs. T. Ryan and family, Mr. and Mm. G. Itannard, Bradwin. Eva and Grace, Committee of Lethbrldge Girl Guides: Mr. and Mrs. James Haimes. Mr. and Mrs. Pryor and family, Claud and been appointed provisional captain in'Muriel McGuire, Mr. and Mrs. L. H.'i tho Mill Eattfi.y. Fetter. At HALF BRAN PRICE Feed Alfalfa which has the name feedinc value ai bran for dairy cowa und growing stock. Alfalfa Meal for poultry. FARM PRODUCTS. LTD. The Orowert' Compuny. ind Phonte R1W4 ind 777. Desirable Front m> in Alberta Block t now available for rent or- lease. Edgett Agencies Limited. E.-) moral clock Lcthbridgs PHONE 651 Inaurjnce and Loans "OUR BESF FLOUR This is a name that must be kept up and to do this we select the best wheat, arid use the most modern equipment to be had. FofQuality, Flavor, and Volume, see that you BEST." SOLD BY ALL LEADING MERCHANTS Ellison Milling Elevator Company, Ltd. rsrrftrfissfjrjrjffjsssfTfa NYAL'S LAXACOLD TABLETS Mary had a iiiiie cold, Her nose was very runny, TITO Nyalman sold her Laxaeold, And made a heap of money. Mary took a dove or two, Her cold stopped in short or- der, She told her friends ouflht BO And buy some for a NVAL'S LAXACOLD DOES THIS. Price 23 centvat THE FiSU! BEfllEY DRUG GO, PHONE 772. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS, LOOSE LEAF mn'd Prices EVERALL'S LIMITED STATIONERS AND PRINTERS THIRD AVENUE SOUTH ;