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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta EDISON PHONOGRAPHS NORDHCIMER PIANOS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Muilcll" 315 6th Street South, Phone 1546. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD IT COSTS LESS TO COMMERCIAL CAFE QUALITY UP DOWN True Snapshots Pictures thai able to take on the spur of i-j the moment; pictures of i] characters or places seen X in a natural way. !.j You'll be able to take h; artistic pictures with. [i KODAK CAMERAS Dring us your films for results. The Stokes Drug Co., Ltd. DRUGGISTS AND NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE fJ, Economically Inclined People always buy quality jroocls for cash at a cash store. 25c 19c 45c LIMA Siii'dal. His. TOMATOES--Hfilvi ivr tin LYLE'S GOLDEN SYRUP-L's. IVr (in APPLE nr Spoi-ial. -I Hi. lill .......................09C WAGNERS fn of case ST. CHARLES MILK UNSWEETENED BUY IT BY THE CASE. A fresh shipment of Coast Sealed Oysters just in; per pint THE GOOD CO., LTD. .90c WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HIGH-CLASS GROCERS. LETHBRIDGE STORE, ,8 USE VEEDOL OIL It's the best that money can buy. It gives you a smooth-running mo'tor. Saves repairs and goes a third farther than other ordinary oil. Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. EVERYTHINO FOR THI AUTO BREAD is THE CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD The Big White Loaf It Asa-jrtd By Using PRIDE Of ALBERTA OR MOTHERS' FAVORITE TAYLOR MILLING ELEVATOR CO. Open Until 9 o'clock Tonight J.D.HIG1NBOTHAM and Rtull Chwnlito Alberta, WEATHER 48 -IS 4U -IS "S Tlcar 4U Cluuily Cloudy Cloudy ;16 Cloudy "S Cloudy L'ij Cloudy 17 Cloudy G Fair i Vane-Oliver I Victoria j Kdmouton j Calgary Medicine Hat I Lethbridse....... i Moose jaw Kegina.......1... j Saskatoon....... Winnipeg........ Povt Arthur The weather the past twenty-four hours has been quite cold iu Manitoba, uioderatuly In Saskatchewan and mild in Alberta. Forecast and cold today, snowfalls tonight and on Friday. Saskatchewan and south and moderately cold with local snow falls In nortli. ANNOUNCEMENTS Mrs. Woods, Scalp Specialist and Medical Massage. Comhlngs made up. Special hairdressings, etc. Phone Toe Ladles Hull Block, 1710 for appointments. Hail-dressing Parlors, ground floor. Cloudy -10 12 Clear CITY AND DISTRICT C.P.R. Dance Arrangements are being completed for the C.P.R. dance on Tuesday night in the Haaonlo ball. The Blue Bird orchestra will be on hand. Building Permit A building permit to the value of has been taken out by Richard i Ward for an addition to liis premises' on Fiftli Avc. N. j Police Court At the city police court, on Timrs- dayr Roy X. Sewell was fined with, costs, for being in yossession of liquor in other than jy private dwel- ling. John Jones was fined with costs, for being intoxicated in a pub- lic place. PENSLAR Trifol-Alterative I AN fDEAL Spring Tonic is a _perfect blood purifier ancLfileanser and is ex- cellent for rebuilding a run-down system. Start talcing this now for the strength it will give you. 5QC BOTTLE THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. LIMITED Sherlock- Bldg. Phont BM mismm WORKERS MUST CHANGE ATTITUDE ing on to their goods, and the longer they held the goods the greater would Lib their loss. TORONTO, 3lar. attitude uC ihe workers must change before we can get back to normal saiil j A. Cameron, general manager ot" the j I'atiadiau flank ot Commerce, address- j ing the Kiwanis club here yesterday, i Mr. Cameron said hr, had stood up for! ilje workers until ihe present time, but money made in munitions work' had led to extravagance .Mr. Gamer-1 oil blamed tjpecially retail mer- j for the present state things I commercially. The manufacturers and many of the larger retail dealers! had written oil their losses, he. .said, but the smaller retailers were hold- BRITfSH STEEL MAKERS CUTTING PRICES SHARPLY LONDON, Mar. and iai-otch iron and steel makers have nut prices uharply, particularly in shipbuilding steal, in order to capture Malleable iron has been reduced 40 shillings ;i ton, making' a reduction of since Jan- uary. Si eel shares which last May sold for are HOT.- selling at. Str-fl mat recent cuts in prices have absorbed their war pro- fits. Mr. George Briny, special represen- j tative Brunswick Phonograph, is spending this week at -'Ye Olds PJrme" I Heintzmau. and Co.'s new store, 403 j Tub. St. S. He invites ull who are in- terested la phonographs, whether j owners or not, to sefe this denionstiu- i tion, where he reveals the wonderful secrets of this now famous "All Phono- I graphs in One." 1010 The Military Chapter, I. O. D. j holding the 5th and last of their series i of whist drives on Friday night. March 4th, in the G. "vV. V. A. Club rooms at S p.m. An invitation is ex- tended to all and there will be the usual prizes for the evening's I whist, besides the totals counting for i the aggregate prizes. Good refresh- i ments. Admission 50 cents. 1022 Lenten Service at "Y" The third of noon-day services will be held at the Y.JI.C.A. on Friday at The special speak- er will be Rev. T. D. Jones of the United church. These services only last 35 minutes so as not to interfere with business. All moii are welcome, whether members of the association or not. Births, Deaths, Funerals Births, Deaths, Funeral Notices, Cards of Thanks, In Memoriam, car- ried in this column at 12 cents per line, each insertion, minimum 50c, pay- able in advance. Voy TOOLS IN OUR ONLY THE BEST TOOLS OF EVERY SORT AND KIND ALL PRICED WITHIN YOUR REACH We want your business in this line, and will appreciate a visit to our tool department, even if you do not intend buying just SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY OF TOOLS OPEN UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK SATURDAY NIGHTS. Consumers' Hardware Supply Coy Business Phones: 1212, 1919 Office, 1920 Tonight- VE APE WE ARE CAREFUL" Here Mr. George Driiiff, special repreaeu tative Brunswick Phonograph, is spending' this week at "Ye Olde Firmo" Heintznian and C'o.'s new store, oth St. S. CARD OF THANKS I Mr. and Mrs.. Oullander -vvibli to.) thank Dr. Lynn pu'bficfy for tne 1 in which ho performed the very se- vere operation for goitre on Mrs. Gull- ander recently In the Gall hospital, i This is an operation tha't most people I think can be performed only in Ro- Ubester. Our Motto: Accuracy, Courtesy and Promptness. WE SPECIALIZE IN PRESCRIPTIONS Phone 445 The People's Drug Store 414 13TH ST. N. w. H. McCAFpREY. PHONE 445. s OPEN UNTIL 0 O'CLOCK EVERY NIGHT. i LEAGUE DISCUSSING DISARMAMENT PLANS I PARIS. Mar. council of the I League of Nations today constituted a j commission on armaments composed of Rene Vivian! of France, Rt. Hon. Excelsior In tbe election, yesterday, Messrs. Chas. H. Howey, Albert Anderson afltl Michael Kluiber were chosen as coun- cillors for the municipal district of Excelsior. Tao votes received by the various candidates are as follows: Chas. H. Howey J59; Albert Ander- son 133; Michael Klaiber 110; James A. Armstrong 123; Ralph Alderson 113; James A. Johnston, Jr., 100. Rivas Vicuna ot Chile and Shichita I Tatsuke, of Japan. The latter is Jap-1 anese minister of Holland. t stcr11 CanaUa' trip lu MEETINGS l.ethbridge Lodge No. 2 I. O. O. K. will meet tomorrow night (Friday) when the 2nd and 3rd degrees will he conferred. A good attendance Is re- quested. Visiting members welcome. WILSON'S SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY B. C. Salmon; large tins ...................19c Chicken Hadclie; per tin 28c Pilchards; per tin 15c Van Camp's Tuna tin.............40c Orange Marmalade; per 4 Ib, D. R. WILSON 1.112 6TH AVE. SOUTH. FREE DELIVERY PHONE-637. G.W.V.A. Executive An executive meeting of the G.W. V.A. will be held Friday night in the chiu rooms. Important business is ou the agenda. "BEST BY TEST" N. J. SCHWEITZER, Prop. PHONE 1175. UNDERTAKING MACKAY PARLORS 803 Third Avenue 1802 Children's Lenten Service The children's service held in St. Augustin's church, Friday, will take plane as usual. The Bible story to be told this week is "The little maid who saved a man." A.O.F. Meeting Court Unity, A.O.K., will hold their regftlar in Burgrnan's Hall tomorrow (Friday) evening at. S o'clock. Visiting brothers welcome. SNOWSTORM AT PRINCE ALBERT PRINCE ALBERT, Mar. heavy I snowstorm accompanied by a strong east wind prevails over northern Sas- katchewan today, following a" mild spell that threatened a complete breakup ot winter. Ice on the Sas- katchewan river had become so soft i that teams using roadways thereon had broken through frequently and j there were narrow escapes from loss of life. About three inches of BHOW liad fallen up to nine o'clock this it ad the w-catlier is much colder. "Should Auld Acquaintance Be Is the Query TOKOXTO, March the result of an old acquaintance with Hon. Peter Smith, provincial treasurer, "Down on the Andrew H. Pepatt told the legislature public ac- counts committee today he was select- ed for an ?SO a day job, including travelling connection with the redemption ot Ontario se- curities in England. Mr. Pepatt vrent to England and arranged with Lloyds for'a loan of U cost the country for Mr. Pcpatt.'a srrv- ices and expenses, nud this was. the item which the- cummUtuo was in- vestigating. Mv. Pepait admitted that the Bank oE Montreal might have looked after this business just as well. The pro- vincial treasurer, srml Mr. PepaU, wanted a man whom he couitl abso- lutely trust. Two hundred shareholders in the Commerce Motor Truck Co., an in- dustry that was to have started in Guelpli and which never materialized, are asking for their money bacly. Phone 1524 for Your Drug Wants DANDERINE FOR THE HAIR Cleansing Dandruff from the scalp, thus aiding in stopping fifing Hair. The HUSBAND DRUG CO. PHONE 1524. NEXT THE GOOD CO. Absolute Cleanliness Men who caro patronize us regu- larly. WESTBROOK BROS. Gth St. S. Opp. Bank of Montreal. YOUTHFUL BANDITS ROB STATION TILL BRAXTFORD, Out. Mar. I youthful held up thn affcnt of i the Lake ICrie Xorthern Railroad at Paris. Ontario, early last night .and after hindiiiK him robbed the station till oE ?25 and fiod. MILNE TRANSFER 225 16TH ST. N. Orders for Gait coal and general draying promptly attended to. Gar- dens plowed. PHONE 1345, CLOSING-OUT SALE or.... TREES SHRUBS ONE HALF PRICE CO., Coaldalc, Alberta, will 1 sold at about 'Of Regular List at Coaldaie. GEO.W. GREEN care Ellison Mill, Lethbridgc, Alta. INQUIRE JOS.KNAPP At Nursery, Coaldaie, Alta. ARE YOU ONE OF THE SATISFIED USERS OF KOLA, CELERY AND PEPSIN TONIC Another shipment junt arrived of this great Tonic and Blood Purifier. Kola nut makes muscle; Celery quiets the nerves; Pepsin digestion. A full quart bottle for ANALYSIS PRINTED ON EVERY LABEL. FOR SALE ONLY AT THE FRANK HEOLEY DRUG CO, PHONE 'PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A NEW INDUSTRY (THE ONLY ONE IN THE WEST) HAVE INSTALLED'A MODERN PLANT "v j0, FOR MANUFACTURING COUNTER CHECK BOOKS Carbon Leaf or Carbon Back Send your sample for our price, PROMPT DELIVERY. EVERALL'S LIMITED STATIONERS AND THIRD AVENUE tOUTH ;