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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta Ttbe Iberalfc All The Local Newi Where You Expect It MONDAYj JANUARY LETHBUliXilS. ALHl'KTA. f AUC. EIGHTEEN INCHES OF SNOW SUNDAY Industrial Development Assoc- iation Considers Combina- tion of Present Efforts Commissioner Meec-h has returned from Calgary after attending iho meet- Ing ot the sub committee of the Al- berta Development Association, held In the city hall on Thu'raday, tho Stnil, with1 llayor Brown, of .Medicine" Hat, tha chair, and tho following present. In addition to himself, G. V.'. Craig. John P. Sweating, John Ward- TOP, Jaa. Ramsay, M.L.A.; A.-White and H. H. C, Anderson, secretary and publicity agent. BrtgadierCeneral !I. V. McDonald, C.JIXi., was appointed ir.sasssr. acllvo campaign to increase the Bale ut Alberta-made products Was re- commended. For thla purpose a cen- sus and careful tabulating the pro ducts ot all existing Industries In the province will be made, together will getting all available information as to operating conditions. The offices o the association are located In the jijouglieed Building. To Meet In Lethbridge A meetlns of the Bitb-commtltee an 'Mr. P.' G. Slinllcross, representing liritlth Columbia, was held on Ihe 23rd, when tho metier of llio Industrial Congress for this year was fully dis- cussed. H was agreed that Ihe man- ager, Brigadier-General -McDonald, 4 4 MORMONS NOT BUILDING Tha local, along with oth- ers, are voicing a protest in regard to i the loan announced, la that It la J only confined lo raeu with disability I who iiro not eligible for or who have not bad vocational training under thft S. C. K. and whose pre-war training or education has been substantially In- terrupted by war service and who are In need of such assistance for the MOOSE JAW, Jan. la- ches of snow fell between midnight Saturday and 0 o'clock Sunday night, it being the heaviest (all upon a single day in several years. The thermom- eter which was at. 22 degrees below zero Saturday, has risen to'S below this morning, and is still rising. MTO ALBERTA BLUEBEARD'S DEN SELLS FOR FR. PARIS, Jan. villa, at Gainbais belonglng'to Henri Landru, the.ajlcg- ed "blucbDard" who is accused Ing a number of women and Oeslroy- Ing their bodies, has ..been sold Paris for fifty tbousant francs. Us pre-war value was francs. It Is said 6y the police that Landrii entertained twelve successive "fiancees" at this villa and that they wero navcr seen or heard from after wards, In club rooni, Boy Scouts Troop No. 4. Wednesday, 7.30- p.m., senior Girl Guides. Friday, choir practice. Friday, 4.15 p.m., Brownies will be organized for girls between the ages of 8 and 11 years In the parish hall United ovenlni- y Scouts. Tuesday evening, O. I. T at 7.30, In' the hall. No prayer ser- co ou Wednesday evening owing to e inter-church Forward Movement eeting In Wesley church. Senior oir pracllce o'n Thursday evening. Baptbt will be no ayer service held this week owing the Forward District Convention, o'ng held In Wesley church on Wed-' esday evening. The Win-Won Class: ill meet week on Thursday- enlng at, the', home of Ilia6 Olive 'iiliams, I245v6Ui '-Are. A. South. ant. ?2S. And board for Helen, ?22; The counter-cUim of the defendant claimed had to be killed owing to iU foot cut while drawing a mower owing to the negligence of the male plaintiff, vrai dbmUscd. TEMPLE AT HIGH purpose ot continuing in such training or education thus Interrupted. They contend that the loan should be given Indiscriminately to all whose busi- nesses were Interrupted with a dlsa- jillty due to or aggravated by war A rumor In Calgary newspaper circles today credited the Mor- mon church with to build a temple near the Prince of Wales' Beddlngfield ranch west of High Rlvtf. Bishop G. W. Green laughed when told the rumor. '.'It costs about to build a temple and that under conduction at uarc'ston will be the only one built hi Canada for gome. time. There are a number cf our people in the district mentioned and they may be planning to build a meet- ins house." fiervice. graait from tlie provincial treasury for entertain- ment of the British newspapermen who are to visit Canada next eummor asked for by a delegation cf journalistic and clvifl officlala who wailed upon Premier Stewart this morning. About 100 publishers and proprietors from the British Isles and the overseas dominions are coming to see this country, and arrangements are now being mada for properly show- ing them the slgt.ts. Details for their visit In Alberta am being looked after by local committees, and tho request for some financial assistance from the government was a part ot these pre- liminary arrangements. It was explained lo the government ministers- that forthcoming visit of the overseas Journalists would be a feature of the second Imperial press conference, which Is lo be held In Ot- tawa In midsummer. Tho visitors will arrive at Halifax about Jnlj 25, and will spend forty-five days in Canada, coming lo Alberta about the, middle of August. I'lans for their en- tertainment In thia province wero not yet complete, It was stated, but In addition to visits (o the larger cities there will to an Itinerary that will Include some typical farming country and, of course, Banff nnd Jasper. Mr. Crandall's statement of the pro. conference arrangements were' seconded by the other spokesmen of the delegation, who pointed out tho Importance of tho occasion and the great benefit to Canada that would follow the publicity KO secured In tho leading journals of England and the dominions. Governments Helping The premier promlsc-t that the mat- ter should have early attention at the hanils of the government, and that It would soon hu made known what could ho done in Iho wny of govern- ment assistance in the entertainment program. Among tho publishers expected on the tour arc Lord Burnhnm, Lord Northcllffe Sir Gcorcc Hlildcll. a trio of big paper proprietors from there will nlRo be some nf the most prominent publishers frnm Austral In, India and South Africa.- Tha (lominfnn government and olhcr provincial governments have promised support fo thn conference lour ,atd H la considered rcdsnnslily that Alberta will fail In line wlrb a generous allowance irnm thp public fun (Is SELECT YOUR NEW NINETEEN TWENTY CAR From the Special York Number ot "MOTOR" Become expert in ils mechan- ism by studying the Eleventh Edition, and very latest Dyke's Encyclopaedia If it is to bo a Henry Ford, or a Ford Farm Tractor, we have tbe books to tell :you all about how to run it, an' THE, TWENTIETH CENTURY BOOK STORE 514 4th Avc, Phone 613 AT lingfon SHERLOCK BUILDING BIG REDUCTIONS SHOEMAKERS We beg to inform trie public we are now {ully equipped with all the latest machinery required for shoe repairing on up-to-date methods. With our long csperlcnco 01 tlio Inidc, we aro the only firm in tho city that can give comptele nnd export service. All work is rtone by practical shoemakers, thus ensuring best possible rosullu. SKATES SHARPENED, HOLLOW GROUND ORDERS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF CITY. PHONE 693 CORNER FOVRTH AVENUE AND FIFTH STREET SOUTH X It Tvas President Lincoln -who said I like lo ECO a nun prnud ot the place In r.-blcli ho rtves. I like a man eo live Uiat his placa be proud ot him." I. H. C. IS HOLDING TRACTOR SCHOOL Today, Monday, (no fourth eugir.n school to be conducted .by tho I. H. C. branch here will open at the com- pany's big warehouse in North Leth: brldiic. An address of welcome to liio i-lasj was given by President O. H. Marnoch. Instruction Is being given lies in tractors, engines and tractor plows. Experts ot Iho com- pany's staff, from tlje Imperial Oil Co an! Sir. Qnalley, tractor instructor or. Clarcsbolin Agricultural school, give lectures. Another school will bo held commencing Feb. 9ili. CANADIAN MISSIONARY DEAD Miss Helen Millar, a missionary i North Nigeria, Africa, who Is report- ed to have died as a result of a snako bite. A C. A. Millar, lives In Toronto. Mrs. -Hanks, III, one of the oldest vins in the U.S.. died at Seacllffe '.Y. Her twin sister is living. I J. D. Dimmiclc, ex-Slayor of Scran-' on, Pa., died while on a visit lo his aughter, Jfrs. Dr. G. H. Deacon, of tratford. M ARLOW'S EAT ARKET If you desire service, qutlity and satisfaction In meats open four account with us for 1920. Delivery to any part o! Iho :Ity. Ail phone orders given personal attention. 1110 6th Avenue Ss-Mi Phone 796 "There may be a Recurrence of Spanish Flu, Item Tho cavity a decaying tooth is just tho place that disease germs like to in- habit There they multiply to millions Tile germ of pneumonia is one of tho commonest which Inhabits even ihu healthy mouth. You' havo a far better chance of avoiding pneumonia after an attack of "Spanish Flu" if your tettn in good shape, but you actually Invite it if your teeth arc decayed and nnhcal'hy. Ho not let your dread ot a dental opera- .lion hold you back. H Is groundless where our methods of practice are con- cerned. H you bring this advertisement to our office tn Lethbridge before the end of January, U will entitle you to a straight reduction of Dentistry As We Practice it is a Genlte Art OTT Federal Emergency Appropriation (or Ex-members of the Forcea This Fund is being administered by the Canadian Patriotic, Fund. The territory covered by the Lclhbrldgo Uraiich has tho following bound- aries. and Little Bow Illvcr. lloundnrr. Island and Foremost. and Blood lloscrvo. filaims upon this Fund art- solely based upon UNAVAILABILITY'OF EMPLOYMENT or ENFORCED INADEQUATE EMPLOYMENT during tlie months of December, 1519, January, February and March, 1020. Before- applications are eligible for consideration Applicants mus! tccurc a Certificate from the authorized representative of the Depart- ment of Soldiers' Civil Tills nollco Is Inacrted by the L-o'hbrdgc Branch of Iho Canadian Patriotic Fuml who will appreciate Iho bringing to Ihelr notice, by any. one knowing the circumstances, coses apparently ollctblo for financial old. or telephone. CANADIAN PATRIOT5C FUND [go Brunch) Hoom 209 Sherlock 701 K ERR'S Daily STORE NEWS Apples, No. 1 Kings, wrapped, large sizes, per 9 Pf box tj i) Sliced Peaches, Oriffin's, No. 2 tin, each Malaga Graphs, per Ib.............. Salmon, Libby's No. 1 tall.................... Pears, Niagara Falls size Cfl 2s, each 3UC 38c 50c 38c Pickles. Llbby's Swcrit mixed, large jar Pimento Cheese, per 1'kg. Quaker ami Houin Hood Oats, per carton Lliiuy'c Prepared Mus- tard, per TarraKon Vinegar, pt-r botllo Tlar'.ey Sugar, 12 oz. hollies.............. 15c 34c 22c 30c SPECIAL FOR TUESDAY Campbell's Tomato Soup, 2 tins 35c Per dozen DijEstivo Biscuits, fer'e, Ib. pkgs., each Puffed Wheat, per Pfcg................. Killgon-av's Old Country Tea, 'A Ib. pig....... Dill PicklCE, gallon jars Crcamcttes, per 22c 15c 48c 1.35 12c Mixed Caiidy, per Ib Clean Sweep Brooms, oacli Cut 1'eel, 1 Ib. hoses, Potato Cbocohtc, Lowney's Ib. cakes, 3 for 25c 75c 50c 20c 45c GEO. KERR CO, FAMILY GROCERS PHONES 1453 and 1365 Is a good sec About disposing of your PELTS and FURS A strong market prevails al present. Get our any 'quantity. A. WYMAN CO, DEALERS IN HIDES, PELTS AND FURS PHONE 442 ADDRESS: 320 6th STREET S. P.O. BOX New Cream On and after January 26th, will pay: fi7c per Ib. Buttcrfat (or No. 1 Cream, 64s per Ib. Uuttcrfol (or No. 1 3our Cream. 61e per Ib. Butterfat for No, 2 3our Cream, Wbcn you slifp cream you ore assured of an Immediate return. Crystal Dairy Limited ;