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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta NOMOHEIMCR PIANOS ASSINIB01A MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical" South, Phon. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD IT COSTS LESS TO the COMMERCIAL CAFE NtlOKB DOWN QUALITY UP Y1NOL-A MODERN TONIC Vlnol Is recommended to improve the appetite, tone to thn build up certain run-down conditions and, promote strength, thus Acting HS a general tonic. It Is .recommended to assist in tho proper assimilation of food and to give to tho other organs ot tho body suHJctent vigor to per- form their functions. Valuable for coughs, colds, and bronchitis. Viuol is especially efficient as a tonic for OLD PEOPLE, WEAK WOMEN, and DELICATE CHILDREN. The Stokte Drag Co, Ltd. DRUGGISTS AND STATIONER! NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE WE ARE SELLING OUT- OUR HOOD COVERS AT COST PRICE Also some 31 i 4 Diamond And S3 r Dia- ftft mond Tires Double cylinder brass pumps. SDc Goliath Spark Plugs; Ti; regular 90c, at..... Kleanall Auto Body gA Polish; regular 76c; at .DUC Tin Covers PA UP at............. Oil Testers; regular 11.00, at 50c Baalim Motor Co., Ltd POR TMB AUTO BREAD is THE CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD He Big White Loaf to AMurW By Ualng PRIDE OF ALBERTA OH MOTHERS' FAVORITE TAYLOR MILLING ELEVATOR CO. MODEL BAKERY Quality Bread "Best by Test" MODEL BAKERY N. J. Schweitzer, Prop. PHONE 1176. Births, Deaths, Funerals Duthe, Fvnenl Netlrn Carda of Thanks, In Mtmorlam. car run Ir. column at 10 cents per line, each Insertion, minimum 6Dc, able In advance. BORN Lethbridge, on January 31st, 1951, to Mr. and Mrs. D. Kinnlburgb of the Purple Springs district, a daughter. BORN Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Barrett-Lennard (nee Miss Peggy on January 26th 1921, s daughter, Beverly Agnes. DAIRYMEN'S CONVENTION WINNIPEG, Jan. from all parts of Canada are expected to attend the Western Canadian Dairymen's con- vention which opens here tomorrow, continuing until Friday, February 4. There are more than 200 exhibits from various provinces in the Do- j minion and judging will be com- menced today by G. H. Barr, chief of the dairy division, Ottawa, C. P. Marker of Alberta, and John Scott, official butter grader for Ontario. MACKAY PARLORS (03 Third Avenue 1802 TRY DOUGHTY IN MARCH TORONTO, Jan. Doughty, who is facing charges of the theft of I of bonds and conspiring to kidnap Ambrose J. Small, theatrical ffftftaTswtrfvjtls Are You Insured? There's an old saying which (Bet something like this: "You doBt'tales the water until the well runs dry." How Applicable this is to Firs Insurance. You don't appreciate the value of such Insurance until your buildings burn 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 sll whan for a tew dollars yon can shift the burden of responsibility to our itreng companies? Why delay? Tomorrow you may be "out of luck." Let us talk It over. v Edgett Agencies Limited. Block Lithbridga PHONE 851 and Leant From the open mid came "Sundown He camped awhile on the des- ert's rim, And his heart was full to the very brim With the joy of wandering. Then he took the place of a' pal ih jail; He met the girl old dreams on the trail; Drilled her foe with a .38 cof- fin nail, And he'd lost the lure of wandering. Harry Carey In his latest and greatest production, "Sundown at the Co- lonial on Wednesday and Thursday this week. 4 CHAIRS GOOD SERVICE Brot. eth St Bank of MnntntL No. 1 Table Potatoes Good, dry mealy Potatoes wlien cooked are very nourishing and appetiz- ing. We have some that are as fine Potatoes as are grown in Southern A1-, berta and we can recommend them to cook up dry.and mealy. You will like them when you see them. Price per cwt Or 10 Ibi. for .25c THE GOOD CO., LTD. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HIGH-CLASS GROCERS. LETHBRIDGE STORE. Combination Cream Jonteel Keeps the Complexion delightfully smooth IDEAL AS A POWDER BASE You will like the wonderful odor of 26 flowers. J.D.HIGINBOTHAM ft CO. LIMITED Wholual. will Retail Phones ISIS Alberta, Canada VUE WEATHE1I .01 Vancouver..... 42 39 Edmonton S -2 Medicine Hat 30 20 Region 3 1 Qu'Appelle C -'2 Winnipeg...... 6-10 Calgary 12 10 Lethbridge 24 11 Saskatow 6 -3 MInnedoaa..... 0-10 Port Arthur 14 -2 Ths weather over Sunday has been part cloudy and moderately cold in the prairie provinces. Forecasts and continued cold today and on Tuesday. Alberta and tew light scattered snow flurries but gen- erally fair; cold In the north, moder- ate in the south. Cloudy Cloudy Clear Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Clear Clear Cloudy Clear Clear millionaire, will not be tried until the March sittings ot the court of gen- eral sessions commencing March 1. Daughty appears on Thursday and will then be remanded until March. CONVICTS DIDN'T LUKE CITT DISTRICT Basketball Game Postponed Wednesday night's basketball game letween Cardston and Lethbrldge has leen called off on account of the llalrmore-Lethbridge hockey stone. The local hoopers will go to Raymond n Friday. Fine Bird E. Brlerly, one of Lethbrldge's rominent White Wyandotte breeders, has Imported a very fine cockerel ol this breed. At the recent show In Lethbridga Mr. Brierly was short of cockerels, put had an excellent line of pullets. The G. W. V. A. G.W.V.A. tonight are holding another of their popular dances. Ow- tng to the C.P.R. having a dance to- morrow night this dance has been ad- vanced one night Admission will be COOKING OF CHEF by OSSINING, N T.-Jamea Biancho.l Mr. Dunning III chef eitrao-dinairo, having failed to I Mr. G. H. Dunning, secretary of the please the death bouse Inmatea at Lethbridge Northern Irrigation Sing Sing with his "cooked to the trlct, Is today confined to his home Queens taste" dishes, has quit the through illness. Chairman T. W. job. He used to serve In the cuisino Crofts was in charge of tho district's of a New York hotel, and has a this morning. days of a two years' sentence remain- ________, tag. "Their remarks hurt my he said. 'Til soon be out of here and back on a job where my art will be appreciated." Police Court At the. city police court on Monday L. A. Pulley was flned with cost" for speeding with a repair car of the Bijou Motor Co. The defendant save as his excuse that the accelerator got stuck and he lost control of the car. Final Game of 8. S. Basketball League The game will be played -on the -Y' DO NOT MISS OUR BIG STOCK-TAKING SALE Hundreds of useful household articles at very low prices. EXTRA SPECIAL T01LTT PAPER Four packages for OPEN TONIGHT TILL S O'CLOCK THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. UNITED Sherlock Bids. SH of transgression was hard, hut on ih other side, in the. service of Jesu Christ is everlasting'joy, peaco a eternal happiness. In cloj'ng he pressed his pleasure la coming agai to Lethbridge, as there were man old friends still here he knew over years ago. SSro. Procter gave t, a but convincing address from th Bible. Lieut. Yarlett was most heart ily welcomed Into the 'corps, afte which he responded by thanking th adjutant and all comrades for the! practical expression of love to him The band wider Dept. Btndmaste Robinson rendered good service in al the meetings, version were Several results of con MEETINGS The Miners' Football Club will hoi Its first training night on Tuesday February 1st, at 7 p.m., In the Min ers' Library, 13th St. north. All las Provinces Jointly Retain Eugene Lefleur in Board of Com- merce Case EDMONTON, Jan. and Ontario will be partners in their appeal to the privy council against the jurisdiction of the Canada board of commerce. Hon. J. R. Boyle, Juit back from a trip to the .east, reports that while In Toronto he concluded arrange- with Hon. W. E. Raney, at- torney-general of Ontario by which the two provinces will be represented by the same counsel when the case reaches London. Eugene Lefleur of Montreal, who represented Alberta in the hearing before the supreme court of Canada, will be retained joint- ly b ythe provinces, each paying one-half the 'cost. Quebec prov- ince will have separate counsel, none of the other provinces hav- ing as yet taken action. It Is ex- pected that the case, which is to determine the constitutional- ity of the establishment of the commerce board, wlli be heard by the privy council next July or August. A. A N. Executive to Meet The executive and social committees of the Army and Navy Veterans as Boclation and Ladies' Auxiliary win meet at the Alexandra Hotel on Tues- day evening at 7.30 o'clock sharp. Crowds Hear Happy Jim Millar In connection with tha visit of that once notorious character Jini Millar and Sergt. Proctor to Lethbridge corps, good spiritual meetings were held at the Salvation Army citadel all day Sunday. In the morning holiness service a congregation which filled the young people's hall, wan greatly inspired and blessed by the old time gospel messages. Sergt. Proctor spoke with much power from the subject of holiness. In the after- noon Adj. Hardy, Bro. Proctor 'and Happy Jim conducted a bright and cheerful meeting to a large number of prisoners at the gaol. Forty men put up their hands to be prayed for. In tho citadel Lieut. Yarlett and Sergt. Major Mundy took charge of the praise service. Ciose upon one hundred people attended the "arne. At the night meeting the large hall was packed to the doors, many being un- able to get in. Adj. Hardy gave out the evening song. Mrs. Dawson am' Band Sergt. Bro. Frayn prayed, which Happy Jim had the audience spellbound as lie related his past and present experience. impresssl An emergent meeting of North Star Lodge No. 4 A.F. and A.M. will be helc In the Masonic Hall, 10th St. S. tonighi (Monday) at 8 o'clock. First degree to be conferred. Visitors cordially wel- comed. Tha regular meeting of L. 0. L. 1666 will be held on Tuesday evening In the Moose Hall at 8 o'clock sharp. A full attendance is requested. Visit- Ing brethren welcome. Scout itotice There will be no_meeting for No. 7 troop this weelt Master. iers i citing requires good butchering tools, and that's the kind you'll find saws cleavers, scrapers, knives, all of uniformly good quality ateel that has been heat-treated and tempered to the right degree by experts. We recom- mend them because we know they will satisfy. Consumers1 Hardware Supply Coy Business Phones: 1212, 1919 Office, 1920 SYRUP OF TAR WITH COD LIVER OIL COMPOUND An excellent remedy for Coughs, Colds, Chills. Sore Throat, Bronchial Troubles, Asthma. Croup, and Catarrh. r 8-oz. Bottle, SOc. 4QS, APE PROMPT ARE CAREFUL SPECIALS for TUESDAY Princess Soap Flakes, per Ib.................3Qc P. and G. White Naptha Soap, per cake.......lOc Liquid Curling Brooms......................... D. 1112 AVE. SOUTH. R. WILSON PHONE SS7. to Definite Steps on Wheat Pool for Awhile WINNIPEG, Jan. Ian definite itepi were taken at the scuions of the wheat pool committee of tho Can- adian Council of Agriculture held here, a number of ttw committee intimated today. He Kid the con- ference was an Informal one to talk over the scheme and sound the general attitude. A further meeting will be held in Winnipeg shortly and organiza- tion possible In time to handle the 1921 crop. PICKETING DID NO GOOD v-i THREE BANDITS SHOOT THREE DETECTIVES DETROIT, Jan, detectives were shot and Mri-. etialy wounded by three band- its who this morning' held qp and robbed the Morton Bond company's offices in the public square downtown. At the hospital, it was said two of detectives probably will The bandits escaped with 000 la Liberty bonds, according to the police court. For Colds, Grip or Influtnxa and as a Preventive, take GROVE'S Laxativf HKOMO QUININE. Tablets, ihe senufne bears the signature ni S, W. Grove. sure yon get BROMO.) Jan. Despite cketing by the unemployed to pre- nt tag day collections for Chinese iief on Saturday, the money raised as double the amount expected, stat- Dr. S. S. Osterhout, chairman of e rellof. committee, today. Ministers W. J. Mullln, Scout of je-veral denominations'are to meet today to consider the question of urg- ing the federal government to make a national gift of three million bushels of wheat to Chinese famine sufferers. ANNOUNCEMENTS Miss Chrlssle 1. oartrner, shampoo and treatment and facial mas- sage by appointment. Phoaa 73S. Suite 5, HiginbotMtm Block. 70 Amateur Contest Wednesday Night Do you sing, dance, or play any musical instrument? Send your name to the Manager, King's Theatre. Good prizes given. 573 Lethbridae School District No. 51 Enrolment of kindergarten pupils will take place at the kindergarten chool, 9th St., for the south si'tle, on Tuesday morning, and at Westminster school for the north side on Tuesday ifternoon, February 1921. By or- upon the congregation that the way der, J. "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 Ltd. A troubadour of tha ties with tattered hat and happy heart l< thU hert "Sun- down portrayed by Harry Cany In his lateH and greateit production, "Sun- down at tha, Colonial Wednesday and ThwtaJay this week. PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT We guarantee the quality of every pMscription we fill, regarding purity, accuracy, and Ms being strictly in accordance with the physician's orderT BRING YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS TO THE FRnMOlEy DROG CO. PHONE 772.' PRttCRimON CIVra. LOOSE LEAF LEDGERS Bad Price. EVER ALL'S LIMITED AND THIRD AVINUt MOTH ;