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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta IWSON NOROHCIMER PIANOS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Mutieal'' 315 Street South. Phone LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD IT COSTS UtSS TO EAT tk. COMMERCIAL CAFE QUALITY -emeu OOWN Open Sunday Afternoon 2 to 4 The Stokes Drag Co., Ltd. DRUGGISTS ANO IDi SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIALS Fresh Marshmallows, per lb. .40c Cocoanut Bon Rons, per Ib.....SOc Salted Peanuts, per lb.........3Sc Ginger Snaps, 2 Ibs. for........4Sc Fread's Hand-rolled Assorted Chocolates; per lb.....................70c THE GOOD CO., LTD. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HIGH-CLASS GROCERS. STORE. in! NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE USE VEEDOL OIL It's the best that money can buy. It gives you a smooth-running motor. Saves repairs and goes a third farther than other ordinary oil. Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. FOR THI BREAD is THE CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD The Big White Loaf li Awjred By Utinj PRIDE OF ALBERTA OR MOTHERS' FAVORITE TAYLOR MILLING ELEVATOR CO. Pure Food Confections (In glass bottles) Just Arrived Barley Sugar (plain) Barley Sugar (assorted) Bulls Eyes (pepper- mint) After Dinner Mints Etc., Etc. J.D.HIGINBOTHAM CO., LIMITED and Chemltt. Phones Uthbrldgt, Alturtj, dnadl WEATHER Vancouver Edmonton .Medicine Hat llegiua Prince Albert Winnipeg Victoria Calgary Saskatoou Cluar Clear Cloudy Ciena- Clear Clear Clour Cloudy Clear Clear Hattlefonl Ilj HI Clear Port Arthur Cloudy The weather the past liours has been moderately cold in Manitoba and j Saskatchewan, but mild in Alberta. I Forecasts Manitoba and ly fair today and on Sunday; nut much change in tempenituro. today and on Sunday; not much chango in temperature. MEETINGS STRIKE ON ATLANTA RAILWAY Court Star No. 8095 A. O, F. meets in the I. O. O. F. hall on March 7th at 8 p.m. sharp. Business general. Visiting brethren cordially Retail Clerki AtuclaMtn Temple. ATLANTA. Ga., Mar. mutely 1300 employees of the Atlanta. Birmingham and Atlantic railway went 011 strike today in protest against :i wage reduction put in effect on March 1. by F. L. Bugs, receiver for the road, at the instruction of Judge Samuel I U.S. Senator Shot Through the Wrist WASHINGTON', Mar. Senator Henderson of Nevada, was shot through the wrist today m front of the senate office building by Chas. A. Bnach, a former resident of Nevada. The senator was moved to his former office for medical treatment and his assailant was locked up by the police. Brach. who is 63 years old, told the j J liolice that S3 years ago the former senator was counsel for him in a land case und thai the shooting was an out-1 I growth of that. The ex-senator apparently was notj dangerously wounded. CITY AND DISTRICT For European Relief As a result of the fust day held by people of the Mormon faith two weeks ago, the sum of was raised for European rellteif, according to word from Salt Lake City. L.D.S. Official Dies Word has been received by officials of the L.D.S. church liore thut Anton H. Lund, first counsellor to President Grant, died last Wednesday al Salt Lake City at the age of 7G. The late Mr. Lund visited Alberta somo years ago on chur'h business. He was one of the pioneers of the church. 'Hat Irrigation District Officials Medicine Hat News: At the first meeting ot the recently elected trus- tees of the Medicine Hat Eastern irri- gation district, Mr. It. X, Cavan was elected as chairman and Mr. Richard- son, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, wajj elected as seeretary1- treasurer. Mr. P. M. Oliver was ap- pointed official auditor, and Mr. N. A. McLarty solicitor for the district. NYAL'S SPRING TONIC A PLEASANT BITTER ENER. GIZER AND STIMULANT An excellent remedy for any season but particularly neces- sary in tha spring. Banishes that tired, lazy feeling that comes as a result of the too close confinement of the winter mouths. Gives u new snap and spring to the Indolent muscles, braces up tired nerves, and stimulates the appetite. the Bottle THE gED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. LIMITED Sherlock Bldg. Phono 555 Do Your BREAD BAKING in PYREX WARE With PYREX 3-ou actually Me trio -while it is baking. You know what is going on inside tho dish and you get a crispy crust on tho bottom and aides as well as the top. PYREX is made for every baling bread, pies, cakes, puddings, eggs, pot pies, beans, macaroni, casserole, au gratia dishes, etc. It is wears out and is guaranteed not to break in actual oven use. A complete set may be hid for madest yours brexd pan Consumers' Hardware and Supply Co. Builneu Phones 1212 and 1919. Phono ANNOUNCEMENTS Mrs. Woods. Scalp specialist and Medical Massage. Comhmgs made up. Special hairdressings, etc. Phone The Ladies Hull Block, 1710 for appointments. Hairdressing Parlors, ground floor. AFTERNOON TEA PANTRY SALE Tuesday, March Sth I Afternoon tea will be served from 3 to 6 p.m. at the home ot -Mrs. J. G. Robertson. 110S Vh Ave. 8., in aid of the general fund of the Local Girl Guide committee. MILNE TRANSFER 225 16TH ST. N. Orders for Gait coal and general draying promptly attended to. Gar- dens plowed. PHONE 1345. Absolute Cleanliness Men who care patronize us regu- larly. WESTBROOK BROS. St. S. Opp. Bank of Montreal. DIES FROM TACK SCRATCH I ST. CATHARINES, Out., Mar. Scratching his finger on a tack, a few days VVois. bandmaster of! the 19th Regiment hand of this city, i failed to cleanse it. Infection speedily followed and he died after three duvs'l illness. I UNDERTAKING Buys Land at Wilton Mr. Orrie E. Somtjiers, of Cham- pion. Alberta, has purchased the N.W. (luarter and the east half of the S.W.! Don't forget the K. of P. whist drive quarter of 1S-7-20 from J. H. McTavish i and dance next Wednesday, March of Wilson for ?52 per acre. This land I The Blue Bird Orchestra. Street was broken last June and is all ready car after dance. Tickets 75 cents, for crop. There are no ImildiogH on the land. was made through i the Cos Land To. j Bailee tonight, Saturday, in the K. ------------_ ot P. hall. Good music. 1039 Salvation Arfny Special Services All day tomorrow in the citadel, Adj. Oliver L. Curtis, Superintendent of Hardy and Lieur Varlett will conduct! Missions, formerly pastor of the First special services. At the morning's Christian Church, will preach tomor- huliness meeting an important address row at both morning and evening ser- 011 "Holiness" will ho given. At vices. Many of Mr. Curtis'old friends a great salvation meeting will be held. I will wish to hear him again. The Appropriate music and songs wilf be Bible school is having a. two months CHOCOLATE SPECIAL ABSOLUTELY FRESH MOIR'S AND GANONG'S CHOCOLATES SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIAL, lb. ..._____'.. I "ME APE PROMPT WE ARE CAREFUL- given. All are heartily welcome. I i MACKAY PARLORS 803 Third Avenue 1802 Our Motto: Accuracy, Courtesy and Promptness. WE SPECIALIZE IN PRESCRIPTIONS Phone 445 The People's Drug Store 414 13TH ST. N. W. H. McCAFFREY. PHONE 445 OPEN UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK EVERY NIGHT. Model Bakery-Quality Bread "BEST BY TEST" MODEL BAKERY N. Prop. PHONE 1175. PETER LUND COMPANY DEALER IN LUMBER, HARDWARE AND FARM IMPLE- MENTS AGENTS FOR J. I. Case Threshing Ma- chine Co.; alto for the Massey-Harris Co., Ltd, STOCK OF REPAIRS NOW ON HAND. PREPARE FOR SPRING WORK. R. C. MF.RITHEW Sales Apply P.O. Box'189, Phone 516. Is Home Again L. Keel lias returned from weeks' vacation. contest with the Calgary school and it is ftged that all come before 10.30. j Great interest is being shown and we .six i "'ill win if everyone does his nart. Big Contest The Bible School of the First Uau church is having a two months' I contest with tht Culgary school. AH 1 members, friends and visitors are j urged to come tomorrow at 10.30 j sharp. A hearty welcome is extend-1 ed to all, especially those not attend-' ing elsewhere. Births, Deaths, Funerals SPECIALS FOR MON. AT WOTS Liquid Veneer Mop, complete Golden West Ammonia Powder; per pkt....... 10c Brooms, special Laundry Starch; 2 pkts. for................. .25c D. R. WILSON 1112 6TH AVE. SOUTH. FREE DELIVERY PHONE HOCKEY RESULTS the round will meot Little Current or- North Bay in th% finals. Newsboys See Movies George Young, representing Herald, gave his "Live Lethbridge Herald newsboys a treat last evening when he entertain- ed about 40 at the King's Theatre. the the real A. J. Watson Speaker at "Y" Sunday There will he the usual men's meet- ing at the "V Sunday when Mr. A. J. Watson, inspector of school's, will be the special speaker. The meeting commences sharp at five o'clock and will be followed by the strangers' fel- lowship tea to both of which all men are cordially invited. i WATCH FOR "THE MARK OF ZORRO" Tlie greatest Fairbanks' ever made. DON'T MISS IT. Births, Deaths, Funeral Notices, Cards of Thanks, In Memoriam, car- ried in this column at 12 per line, each insertion, minimum SOc, pay- able in advance. IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Private James B. Hewitt, Cameron Highlanders of Canada, 43rd Battalion; killed in ac- tion March (Ith. 1915. The dearly be- loved son of John and Margaret Hew- itt of Xorth Fork. Inserted by his loving father and mother, brothers and sister. "Gone, but not forgotten." 71-1 Iroquois 5; 'Cobalt 2 IKOQUOIS FALLS, -liar. quols intermediates gained a lead of. three goals on .Cobalt in the first of the home and homy series arranged tn the N.O.H.A. semi-finals played here last night. The score was five to two. ft is announced in Half fax-that the The return game will be played at j Legislature of Nova Scotia will meet Cobalt on Tuesday and the winner of I March 9th WANT DEBS FREED STOCKHOLM, Mar. execu- tive committee of the Swedish Social- ist party has begun an agitation fpr release ot Eugene V. Deba, and "the other imprisoned pacifists" in the United States. The committee is urging the internatiosal Socialist bureau to start an International cam- paign in aid of this movement. FUNERAL funeral of the late Mrs. -Philip English, who died at Nemiscain, will be held on' Monday, March 7th, at from Fotterly's undertaking parlors and proceed to St. Patrick's church where service "'ill ho conducted by Rev. Father Mc- Caffrey. Interment in St. Patrick's cemetery. 1048. Phone 1524 for Your Drug Wants OPEN 7 TO 9 P.M. Sunday Night The HUSBAND DRUG CO PHONE 1524. NEXT THE GOOD CO. rfinrtriri A TKtES CATC THE entire stock MITCHELL NURSERY CO., Coaldale, Alberta, will be sold at about ONE HALF PRICE Of Regular List at Coaldale. INQUIRE GEO.W. GREEN JOS.KNAPP care Ellison Mill, Lethbridge, Alta. At Nursery, Coaldale, Alta. THEY SAY THAT SOAP AND WATER WILL CLEAN ANY SKIN PERFECTLY We Differ Try Experiment: Wash nvell with soap and water, then use our co'd cream. If it does not produce dirt then wo miss our guess. To moke this experi- ment, a habit We offer you a half-pound of real COLD CREAM at Sixty-five Cents. 1 Ib. for This Culd Cream dissolves Black Heads, etc., like magic. THE FRANK HEDLEV DRUG CO, PHONE 77J. PRESCRIPTION A NEW INDUSTRY (THE ONLY ONE IN THE WEST) WE HAVE INSTALLED A MODERN PLANT FOR MANUFACTURING COUNTER CHECK BOOKS Carbon Leaf or ,cfton Biek Styles. Send your ilmpta lor our price. PROMPT DELIVERY. EVERALL'S LIMITED ThilRO AVENUI SOUTH STATIONERS AND PRINTERS ;