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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PHONOGRAPHS NORDHEIMER PIASOS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical" 115 6th Street South. Phone I LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD IT COSTS LESS TO EAT at the COMMERCIAL CAFE DOWN QUALITY UP VINOL-A MODERN TONIC Vinol is recommended to tin1 appetite, give tono to the stoRKtfii, build up cortnin ruti-.lown conditions and promote fjtronsth, thus acting as a general tonic. It is recommended to assist in uio proper assimilation ot food mnrt to give to the other onrnnv of tho body sufficient vigor to per- form their functions. Valuable lor coughs, colds, and bronchitis. Yinol is especially olRcient us a tonic for OLD PEOPLED WEAK WOMEN, and DELICATE CHILDREN. Use Stokes Drug Ltd. DRUGGISTS AND STATIONERS NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE NOW IS THE TIME HELP RELIEVE UNEMPLOYMENT SITUATION by having your car overhauled pow. All our men are expert mechanics. Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. CVSRYTHINQ FOR THE AUTO GROCERY VALUES A LOW OPERATING EXPENSE IS THE ONLY THING THAT WILL MAKE PRICES LOW. OUR EXPENSES HAVE BF.EN REDUCED BY SELLING FOR CASH AND MAKING A SMALL CHARGE FOR DELIVERING. A FEW OF OUR MANY LOW PRICES FELS NAPTHA SOAP, 10 Caket for P. G. NAPTHA SOAP, 10 cakes for.......8Sc COOKING for ............25c BEETS, 9 Ibs. fop .........................25c PALMOLIVE SOAP, per cake ................9c PURE kinds. Per 4-lb. LYLE'S GOLDEN just In. 4 Ib. each 90c. or Empresi; both fine teas; Ib., 55c In lead packeti. Per value, In bulk; freshly ground or In the bean. Per Ib......................45o THE GOOD CO., LTD. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HIGH-CLASS GROCERS. LETHBRIDGE STORE. BREAD is THE CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD The Big White Loaf It Auurad By Uilnj PRIDE OF ALBERTA OR MOTHERS' FAVORITE TAYLOR MILLING ELEVATOR CO. REXALLD3" HAIR TONIC AN ELEGANT HAIR DRESSING that stimulates the growth of the hair and provides nourishment for the delicate cells and pores, and eliminates dandruff from the scalp. SOLD ONLY AT REXALL STORE. 50c and OPEN TONIGHT TILL 9 O'CLOCK MODEL BAKERY Quality Bread "Best by Test" MODEL BAKERY N. J. Schweitzer, Prop. PHONE 1175. Blacksmiths' Conrentlon to be held in Lethbridge in the K. ot P. hall on I February 1st, 2nd and 3rd. All black- smiths in the province are requested to attend. All ex-pupils of tbe High School are invited to tha Senior Lit. Ball to be held in Central school on Friday, Jan- uary 28th. Dancing at 8.30. Music supplied by the Bluebird Orchestra. There will be confetti, programmes "ll' everything." Couple J1.50. Extra lady 50c to cover expenses. 85C "There's a Vacant Chair at Home Sweet a touching song by Joseph Phillips. Willis Piano Store, Hull Blnrfc, 839 J.D.HIGINBOTHAM CO., LIMITED and Rttall Ston tethbrldge, Alberta, Canada VHEWEATUEK Vancouver 44 Edmonton 1C Medicine Hat 28 Regina......... 30 Port Arthur 28 Calgary 40 Lethbridge 37 Saskatoon 14 Winnipeg 22 41 4 IS 10 16 2 15 1 4 Rain Snow Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Clear Clear Cloudy Cloudy The weather has been part cloudy with slightly higher temperatures. Forecasts little colder with light local snow today. Friday moderating again. Saskatchewan Moderately cold snow flurries in the north and east; miid in southwest. Friday crating in north. snow in north, mild in south. Friday moderating in nor- thern districts. Gas C'mpany Announces Inten- tion of Cutting Off Supply for Furnaces At the ninth annual meeting the shareholders of the Canadian Western Natural Gas Co. and its subsidiary, the Calgary Gas company, President Eugene Coste made the emphatic statement that it is no longer possible Here's Your Chance, Hockey Fans If 150 Lethbrldge hockey en- thusiasts buy railway tickets to Taber tomorrow the C.P.R. will put on a special coach on the re- gular afternoon train and af- ter the hockey match Is over will provide a special train back to Lethbrldge. It is expected the train can leave Taber by 11 o'clock and reach Lethbridge be- fore midnight. All that Is requir- ed ip make this arrangement certain is the cale of 150 tickets. THINKS ARTICLE; 'M. P. WILL SAVE IT FOR FUTURE REFERENCE (From a prominent member of the House of Commons in Ontario) "Please accept my thanks for a copy of the Lethbridge Herald of December 31st, containing, 'The Old Years and the New Years.' I do not recall having read anything that gives a clearer ex- position of existing conditions, and particularly was I impressed with that portion dealing with the Readjustment j A dance will be given Friday night, January 2Sth, by tho North Leth- bridge Football Clnb in Bnrgman's hall. Dancing from 9 till 2 oclock. Admission per couple. Alberta Lodge, No. 735, B. of L. F. and will hold their fifth annual to supply for fuel purposes at Perloii. In (act j toak the liberty, tor present prices In a prepared few W0rds I had to say recently at oar ot Commerce meet- ings, to appropriate some of the ideas along this line, and am saving the article for future reference." ing, it was proposed to the sharehold- ers by the directors ot the company that as an alternative to the com- panies going out of business they sup- ply gas for cooking and water-heating purposes only. To do however, it was stated that it will be necessary to obtain much higher rales, ranging from J1.50 per thousand feet until larger new supplies are secured and made available. Mayor Hardie states, in reference dance on Thursday evening, February] to the raise in the price of gas men- 10th, in the Masonic hall. Dancing, tioned, that the city would strongly i trom 9 till 3. For information regard- j disapprove any such thing unless I ling invitations phone 1882 or 1178. there was very strong justification i avallablefrora a al- of the company, 40 miles west of Bow Island. f Monarch Held, on the main line of the company, at Monarch, 75 miles west of Bow Island. And other fields which our geolo- gist is prepared to locate from time- to time. In the first tw y fields considerable quantities of gas are now s i Out-of-town friends please write or phone E. A. Welsh, Box 483. Phone 1458. 860 I JS'DERTAKIM MACKAY PARLORS 80S Third Avenue 1802 MEETINGS drilled, and the company can 3 and purchase this gas if it can I at the present price of i "'e mf.s. ated for' I gas, to apply to the.fr initial outlay iwl" maku- to pay a fair Bhown. He re th t the ga r company had received sufficient from S 'I price for it. ill capital. If there was anything in the way of new capitalization, and the cost of gas Is to he based on this, i STRIKE LEADERS TO BE RELEASED FEB. 23 Turner Valley field, about 15 miles Are You Insured? There's an old saying which goes something like.this: "You don't miss the water until the well runs dry." Haw applicable this 15 tij Fii'e Insurance. You don't appreciate the value of such Insurance until your buildings bum down. Par- ticularly is this true in the event everything you possess in this well-known 'world is contained within their walls. Why risk your ail when for a few dollars you can shift the burden of responsibility io onr strong; companies? Why delay? Tomorrow you may be "out of luck." Let ua talk it over. Edgett Agencies Limited. Balmoral Black LethbrWoe PHONE 651 Insurance and Loam The annual meeting of the Chinook Club will be held in the club rooms on Thursday, February 3rd, 1831, at 8 o'clock sharp. from the company's main line at Oko- Hedcliff field, about 38 miles east Advice, like Castor oil, is easy give, but hard to take. of the Bow Island pany. field of the com- BIG BARGAINS AT OUR STOCK-TAKING SALE Many household and personal are now on cale at very attractive prlcei. See ouf Ad. on Page 12 -of this paper THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. LIMITED Sherlock Bldj. Phong 595 Phone Your Hardware Wants to Us When1 you are unable to make a trip to the store for hardware, just pick up the re- ceiver and phone 1919 or 1212. We will see that you get what you want and the same-careful attention and prompt service that you receive in the store will be given to each and every order. Goods can be. returned if not entirely satisfactory, Consumers' Hardware Supply Co y Phones: 1212, 1919 Office, 1920 Jackson s Jiuiipher Kidney Pills An effective remedy for backache, lumbago, in- flamation of kidneys or bladder, brick dust, gravel, or mucous deposits in the urine. 50c A BOX, AT ARE PROMPT WE ARE CAREFUL' Births, Deaths, Funerals Funenl Notices Cards of In Mcmorlam, car- ried In this column at 10 cent! per line, each Insertion, minimum 50c, pay able In advance. IN "MEMORIAM In loving memory of Peggy, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Craig, 330 12th St. N., who passed away Jan- uary 27th, 1015. "To live in the hearts of those we love is not to die." Inserted by her loving mother and father, sister and brother. THE HOUSEKEEPERS' CHANCE TO SAVE MONEY ON FRIDAY B.C. Salmon No. 1 Siam Rice, 3 Ibs. for___..............25c Our prices move the goods rapidly so that they are always fresh and orisp. D. R. WILSON 1112 6TH AVE; SOUTH. PHONE 657. missed. J. C. Hnirlry appeared for the defendant, and C. P. Harris lor the complainant. Masonic Dance All preparations arc made for the annual supper and dance in connec- tion with Lctlibrltlso Lodge, Nn. S9, A., F. A. M., G.K.A., in the Masonic hall this evening, January Those ers, Dorothy Copp; wreath, Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Slaunsell. JIacleod; sprays, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Maimscll. Maeleod; Ruth and Leighton Buclc- well; Mr. and Mrs. Ibbotson, Retlaw; Mr. and Mrs. A. Baker, Retlaw. brethren not having secured 1 tickets will find their names register- ,1 1 ml ___ Dr. Rivers Held Crowd Calgary Pr. J. II. Rivers, warden of the provincial jail at Lethbridge, had delivered his ail- meir, (0 meinbers of the Canadian CITY AND DJSXHICT Children's Shelter Received from F. Hedley, K. P. whist drive, th-3 sum of 510 00 for tbe Lethbridge Children's Shelter. Basketball Game There will bo a Sunday School Dasketball League game tonight at the "Y" at 7.30. Don't miss it. Knw boys will, line up against Wesley. This means one of the teams .will be elim- inated; so come and see one of the most interesting games of the league. Boy Life Council Meets Tonight Tonight at 8 o'clock the Boy Life Council will meet to complete organi- zation and get down to business. The meeting will be held in tho Y.M.C.A. rotunda. All representatives are urged to be on hand as this is a very im- portant meeting. 111 Board of Trade on Fri- still a few tickets available for mem- bers of the fraternity wliu wish to at- tend. So come along and you will bo .welcome. Funeral of Maursell Child Tbe funeral of Mary Winifred, eld- est daughter of'Mr. and Mrs. IT. B. Maunsfttl, Retlaw, took place from Christ church, Maeleod, on Sunday sftcraoon. During the service, which was conducted by Rev. W. J. Merrick, paid a glowius tribute to the speaker when he moved a hearty vote of thanks. "This is the first time I have been present at one of the.se lunch- eons that a line of empty chair-- could not be seen before tho principal speaker was half said Aid. Webster, "and the mere fact speaks In eloquent terms of the way In which Dr. Rivers presented his sub- ject to us today." Dr. Elvers spoke on the subject of prison reform, em- M.A., the child's favorite bellisiiing his talk with many appeal- "Gentle Jesus, Meek and and....... "Jeans Loves were rendered. The many floral tributes testified to the popularity and love for this little one: Wreath, parents; spray. Retlaw Sun- ing little storios froti real life that have come under his observation in his official capacity. The, audience %vas one of the largest that has gatfy- ered at any similar function in Cal- day school; wreath, staff of Canadian gnry, completely filling the Board of Bank of Commerce, Ketlaw; cut flow- Trade rooms. Welcome to Lieut. Yarlett Tonight in the Salvation Army eita- Adj. Hardy, 6n behalf of the sol- leaders imprisoned In the Oj the corps, will welcome the pnnmc.al jail will have to lieutenant, who has come from Colc- i" T n fr, mtm3 man to as'ist the adjutant In the work .good conduct, C. J. Downey, -8> here. Ml are weicome. governor of the jail, announc- we.Lume. today they will be releas- Foremost field, about 35 miles south of the Bow Island field of the com- pany. I tf Chin Coulee field on the main line cd February 28, no order for their release prior to this date having been received. RIVERSIDE COAL Nothing better. Prompt delivery, in two-ton lots, to any part of city. Spe- cial to FARMERS at mine. FARM PRODUCTS, LTD. Alfa If, Mfalfa Or 777. owers Shippers. 218 Sherlock Block. Rhodes Dismissed At the city police court the charge against Joseph Rhodes, otherwise vj.Tames Zink, of having carnal Itnow- ledge with an idiot young woman, I knowing she was an idiot, was dis- 4 CHAIRS GOOD SERVICE Brot. St. Opp. Bank of MoMr.il "OUR BEST" 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. Conway s Dominion lasige Medicine is an excellent remedy for the cure of dandruff and falling hair. It is a reliable 'hair stimulant. NON-ALCOHOLIC It1 is not an imitation nor has it any connection with any other mange remedy on tho rnarltet. It will not injure the skin. Wo can highly recommend Conway's for Dandruff, Falling Hair, Baldness, or any disease of the scalp. Price per bottle. T1IP FT3HMW, TnF Nilif I 111 LjriiSui PHONE 772. DRUG CO, PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. LOOSE LEAF LEDGERS Many and EVERALL'S LIMITED STATIONERS AND PRINTERS THIRD AVENUE SOUTH ;