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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta ID NOROHUMD! PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LID, "Every thins Sth tKreet Soutt PhoiM IMf LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD IT COSTS LESS TO EAT COMMERCIAL CAFE DOWN QUALITY UP V1NOL-A MODERN TONIC Yinol is rcoomincn stomach, builil up corti thus acting as a jreue It is recomnioiHlei" and to pive to the otli form their functions. mi (o tht- uppotik1, lom> U> tho n run-down conditions and promote strength, al tonic. to assist in the proper assimilation of food r organs of tho Imdy aulHctent visor lo por- "uhiable for coughs, eolde, ami fortmi'bitis. Vinol is especially efficient us a tonic for OLD PEOPLE, WEAK WOMEN, and DELICATE CHILDREN. The Stokes Drug Co, Ltd. DRUGGISTS ANO 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 EVERYTHING FOR THE AUTO GROCERY VALUES A LOW OPERATING EXPENSE IS THE ONLY THING THAT WILL MAKE PRICES LOW. OUR EXPENSES HAVE BEEN RED'UCED.BY SELLING FOR'CASH AND MAKING A SMALL CHARGE FOR DELIVERING. A FEW OF OUR MANY LOW PRICES PELS NAPTHA SOAP, 10 cakes for P. G. NAPTHA SOAP, 10 cakes for .......85c COOKING Ibs. for ............26o BEETS, 9 Ibs. for PALMOLIVE SOAP, per PURE kinds. Per 4-lb. LYLE'S GOLDEN jUit in. 4 Ib. tins, ...........................We or Empress; both fine Ib., S5e In lead packets. Per Ib.......58e value. In bulk; freshly ground or in the bean. Per THE GOOD CO., LTD. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HIGH-CLASS GROCERS. LETHBRIDGE STORE. BREAD is THE CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD The Big White Loaf ll Auured By Using PRIDE OF ALBERTA OR MOTHERS' FAVORITE TAYLOR MILLING ELEVATOR CO. MODEL BAKERY Qualify Bread "Best by Test" MODEL BAKERY N. J. Schweitzer, Prop. PHONE 1175. ANNOtHS CEMENTS Blacksmiths' Convention to be held in Lethbrldge In the K. of P. hall on February 1st, 2nd and 3rd. All black- smiths in the province are requested to attend. THE BLUE BIRD i ORCHESTRA Mrs. Hudson, Bud lioutledse, Mer- ritt Blackford, Harold Mcllvena, T. I Routledge, For dates Phone 758 or 747. The Knights, of Pythias will hold j their montbly whist drive and dance next Wednesday evening, January 126th. Whist will commence at S.30 sharp, supper at 10.30. Dancing 11 to 2. Four piece orchestra in attendance. Good prizen am! t, good time assured. At HALF BRAN PRICE Feed Alfalfa which lias the same feeding value as bran for dairy cows uiul growing stock. Alfalfa Meal for poultry. FARM PRODUCTS, LTD. The Growers' Company. Coaldal: and Lethbridge Phones R1S04 and 777. CHERRY BARK COUGH SYRUP For Child and Adult Pleasing to Take. Relieves Throat and Bronchial Irritation. and contains no harmful In- gredients. Why Suffer from a Simple Cough? N PROCURE A BOTTLE-AT The REXALL Store 35c, 60c, J.D.HIGINBOTHAM CO., LIMITED Wholesale and Retail JfejOg Stort Phones Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada Tickets ra berta Pia ained it tho 41 Vancouver Edmonton Medicine Hat Saskatoon VHE WEATUEK 30 Rain. 13 H 40 0 Cloudyi 13 Cloudy 2 Clear S Clear 10 Cloudy 15 Cloudy 2 Clear Calgary Letubridge Port Arthur 1 The weather the past 24 hours has continued fair and moderately cold. Forecasts Manitoba Fair and comparatively mild today. Colder in north on Thurs- day. Saskatchewan and Mostly fair with moderate temperature to- day. Thursday little colder with snow flurries. CITY AND DISTRICT Tunis Boys Nominate Tonight All Tuxis Boys should be out to- night at at the nominating meet- ing for the candidates who are go- ing to stand for election at the polls next Saturday. All written nomina- tions must in by tonight when the nominations -will be made verbally. On Jewelers' Executive Arnold Raworth of Armstrong and Rawortk was elected a member of the executive of'the Alberta Jewelers' I association at (he annual session-i held in the MacDonald Hotel, Edmon- ton. The jewelers decided to cut the price of repairs about 20 per cent. Farewell to Lieutenant Ede Tonight at S o'clock in the Salva- r tion citade1' Lieut wil1 sC4c deiiver the last farewell address. All are welcome. All ei-pupils of the High School are Board of Trade Luncheon invited to the Senior Lit. Jfall to be -The Board of Trade will hold its held in Central school on Friday, Jan- regular weekly luncheon Thursday at uary 2Sth. Dancing a't 8.30. 30 supplied the Bluebird Orchestra. I __________________ ed will I There will be confetti, programmes "n' everything." Couple Extra lady oOc to cover expenses. S3C Army and Navy Veterans Association The regular meeting of the above Association will, be held in the Moose Hall on Thursday, January 27th at 7.30 p.m. sharp. A whist drive will be the business meeting at 8.30 p.m. All veterans wines and friends invited. Secretary A. N. Vets. md their Leigh, Whole Dry Squad Marked for Murder Northern Albania Plot Unearth- Member of Pro- hibition Forces Killed Mrs. Woods, Scalp Specialist and' Medical Massage. Combings made j FLORENCE, Ala., Jan. plot Thousands of Prescriptions Speak Well of Our Service Our prescription flies contain many thousands of prescriptions from many doctors. We are proud of our prescription record, and we point to it as very evi- dent proof that our methods and sen-ice are appreciated. Bring your prescription to us; we compound it exactly as the doctor wishes. You get prompt sen-ice. Only the purest, most potent, and thoroughly reliable drugs'are used. Why not bring your prescrip- tion to us? Why not? WE CAU.L FOR AND DELIVER PRESCRIPTIONS. THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. LIMITED Sherlock Bldg. Phone 5M Births, Deaths, Funerals Big Discounts on Sleighs, Skates, Skating Boots, Automobile Robes and Rugs, in fact all winter lines. Consumers' Hardware Supply Co y Business Phones: Office, 1920 OPENTONICHT-6PJH.m9PJIL COREGA Holds false teeth firmly in place; pre- vents sore gums ARE PROMPT WE ARE CAREFUL' Blrtht, Deaths, Funeral Cards of Thanks, (n Memorlam. car- ried In column at cent! per line, each Iniertlan, minimum 50c, pay- able In np. Special hairuressings, etc. Phone' to exterminate the entire force of pro- 1710 for appointments. Open until S o'clock Thursday evening. The Ladies Hull Hairdressing ground floor. Parlors, Block, hibitiou enforcement officers operat- ing in Northern Alabama has been unearthed, according to Stato Super- visor N. L. Pierce. Discovery of the plot, he said to- day, followed the arrest of 11 per- fbi MACKAY PARLORS 803 Third Avenue 1802 We wish to announce that the man- of Heintzman Co., Ltd., have' sons in connection with The killing I been successful in securing the ser- last Saturday of Don Stephenson, a j vices of Hector McLean Angus, late; member of u prohibition squad and head tuner for Heintzman Co., Win-j the wounding at the same time of nipeg. Over 40 years experience, two other officers. having matriculated with honors ini Mr. Pierce declared there was rea- 1S79. We may say that Mr. Angus son to believo that state and county was for many years one of the official! officers, as well as federal were mark- tuners for Steinway, Beckstein and ed for elimination. jBroadwood Concert Grands, 'having tuned for the. greatest music-1 "M0 Wnrlr No Pat" ians of the day. Ye Old.: Firme, L T- jHeintzniau Co., extends from coast Mothers Ultimatum To to coast and we have no hesitation In stating that Mr. Angus is one of the best men who'has ever been assoc- iated with our tuning department. Heintzman. Piano Co., 405 ath St. S. Sol CHAIRS GOOD SERVICE Westbrook (th St Opp. Bank of Montreal. Desirable Front Office Suite in Alberta; Block, now available for rent or lease, Edgett Agencies Limited. Block Uthbrldoe PHONE 651 Insurance and REMEMBER CHICAGO, Jan. work, eat, was the ultimatum presented to Agnes Latlzikoski, aged 15, which her mother was summoned to explain to Judge Arnold. Agnes' work certi- ficate had been revoked by school au- thorities to compel her lo return to school. "I educated two girls and they ran away.v said Mrs. Ladzlkoski. "Agnes i Hardy for the best First Aid Team, work. If she doesn't she MEETINGS This is the NIGHT of the Knox Church Congregational Meeting. Every member of the congregation is expect- ed to attend. Scout Notice The shield donated by Fire Chief will be contested for tonight, Wednes- day, at 7.3') p.m. in St. Augustin'y Par- ish' Hall. Parents of the boys are ask- Her 15-Year-01d Girl BORN to Mr. and Mrs. J .J. McManamin of Retlaw, on the 23rd inst., at Taber, a son. ffARD OF THANKS Mr. and Mrs. David Sharpe desire to express their sincere thanks to tho many friends for their sympathy and kindness to them during their recent bereavement and for from the following: Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Grelg, Mr. and Mrs. G. Kendall, Wesley's Lad- ies Aid, Mr. and Mrs. Hoofer, Mr. and Mrs. Home, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McKee, Campbell Wilson and Home. 855 .V KING BEACH PURE FOOD JAM Strawberry, Raspberry, and BJfeck Currant, Loganberry, and Gooseberry. Special "I A for Wednesday morning, 4-lb. pail tDJ.aJL.vr D. R. WILSON 1112 ITH AVE. SOUTH. PHONE S37. can't here." When a city welfare worker found At-nea yesterday the mother's edict ed to attend well as any -person bad caused Agnes to go without food interested in the boys. T. II. Booth. I for 21 hours. CARD OF THANKS Mr. Anderson and family desire to thank their kind friends for the synv pathy and kindness shown them dur- ing their recent, sad bereavement. Also for the beautiful floral tributes from the following: Mr. and Mrs. Mc- Gladrie, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Wylie, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Chaplin, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. and Mrs. Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. R. Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hayr, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hyssop, Mrs. Robt. Harvie, Mrs. Chas. Macay, Loyal Order of Moose, Moose- heart Legion, Allan Kerr and family, Mrs. H. Burgess. OIL MONOPLANE IN EDMONTON; TRAVELS 350 MILES IN 155 MiN. EDMONTON, Jan. ial Oil company's second mono- jalane ar.rived in Edmonton at Vclock, completing the 350-mile flight from Saskatoon In 155 min- utes. "OUR BESF FLOUR This is a name that must be kept up and to do this we select the best wheat, and use the most modern equipment to be had. For Quality, Flavor, and Volume, see that you get "OUR BEST." SOLD BY ALL LEADING MERCHANTS Ellison Milling Elevator Company, Ltd AD Lives Lost On Princess Sophia Needlessly Wasted first Mate of Cedar Said Word of Captain All That Wag Lacking SEATTLE, Jan. the 273 lives lost when the. iteatnehip Princest Sophia went ashore on Vanderbllt reef, Alaska, October 24-25, 1918, couftl have been saved if the dophia'a commander had given the word, Captain, G. Har- rington, former first mate of the lighthouse tender Cedar, which stood' by the stricken ship, declar- ed In testimony In the United States court here yesterday. He was a witness In the hearing on the application of the Canadian Pacific Railway for limitation of liability in connection with lost of the vessel. Captain Harrington, declared all arrangements to rescue passengers on the vessel had been made aboard the Cedar. He testified halibut steamers King and Wing, and Elsinor were ready to go to the assistance of the stranded vesuL TEST VALIDITY OF SASK. TEMPERANCE ACT IN THE COURTS REGINA, Jan. validity ol the Saskatchewan Temperance Act is to be tested In tbe courts, according to an announcement made in the city police court today by D. J. Mar- tin, counsel for the Rcgina Wine and Spirits company, limited, and the Prairie Drug company, limited, charg- ed jointly under sub-section two, sec- tion 11 of the act. Tha charge is niacle of J'belag a brewor, distiller, compounder or other person within the meaning of the sub-section etc. PINOL for COUGHS If we knew of a better remedy we'd tell you about It, but our flnn .conviction is that NYAL PINOL EXPECTORANT is without doubt the most satisfactory cough remedy ever offered to the public. It combines the healing virtues of White Pine Bark with such soothing remedies aa Eucalyptol. Menthol and Honey. A truly "'efficient preparation that we know RELIEVES COUGHS. PLEASANT, SAFE AND EFFECTIVE.. SOLD IN THREE SIZES, 60c, and THE FRANK HEDLEYOROG CO. PHONE 772. PRESCRIPTION LOOSE LEAF .i" EVERALL'S LIMITED .STATIONERS AND THIRD AVENUE tOUTH ;