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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta NOMOHtlMIM ASSMIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. 'tkl r Mil South. Phon< 15-41. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD rr COSTS LESS TO COMMERCIAL CAFE QUALITY UP -MIOlt DOWN OPEN TO-NIGHT (Tuesday) Till 9 P. M The Stokes Drug Co., Ltd. ORUGGISTS AND NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE BUYING FOR CASH GENERALLY MEANS YOU JUST WHAT YOU NEED AND NEED WHAT YOU BUY. BELOW ARE SOME CASH PRICES ON QUALITY GOODS: laid: ..........'......4SC ROLLED Ib. ................35c tpeclil, for..........85c and (toien ........30c APPLE 4 for.........gSc 4 Ib. tins .........We box puck; 0er THE GOOD CO., LTD. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HIGH-CLASS GROCERS LETHBRIDGE STORE. 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 THE BREAD is THE CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD %iftno5 li By Uilnj PRIDE OF ALBERTA MOTHERS' FAVORITE TAYLOR MILLING ELEVATOR CO. On the. Job The Gopher is "on the job." Mr. Farmer. Xow's the time for you to do the same. STRYCHNINE KILL-'EM-QUICK GOPHERCIDE: EVEB-READY MAYER'S BOLDUNN'S GRAIN Formaldehyde Blue Stone Quantity Quotations Furnished. Etc., Etc., Etc. J.D.HIGINBOTHAM CO., LIMITED and RiUIl Phones i Lethbrldge, Albtrta, Canada WEATHER YiUH'imver j Victoria i Kilmontou j Calgary....... .Mpilieiue Hut H -10 li -11 Clear Clear Cloudy Ckuuiy rieur Cloudy Clear Clear Clear Clear Cloudy lioui'3 lia .04 j Prince Albert. Swift. Current Battleforil Winnipeg Tort Arthur 2 Weather the past t shown rapidly lowering temperatures i in Manitoba and Saskatchewan Northern Alherta. Forecast j and t old today and i on Wednesday. 1 ntui cold today higher temperature, on Wednesday. today and day, ana becoming milder. CITY AND DISTRICT Case Adjourned Tue case of Bob! vs. Schwartz, which "was continued ail Monday, was adjourned to two o'clock Tuesday to await the arrival oC a witness. jl Trades Council Meeting j I Regular meeting of above councilj I will be held in the Labor Hall tomor- (Wednesday) evening at eight o'clock. Building Permit A building permit to the value ot staff sergeants and sergeants will parade at Battery of- fice. Training i 1. A composite battery of this bri- j f gade, commanded by the O.C. 39th j Battery C.F.A. will move into billets! at the Exhibition buildings. Hender-1 son Park, Lethbridge, Alherta, from the night of the 24th March, 1321, to fl01 the morning of the 2Stn, March, has been Murfin for an dence on Seventh Ave. A.S. taken out by ft. addition to his resi- FARMING NECESSITIES FOR SPRING FORMALDEHYDE STRYCHNINE KILL 'EM QUICK GOPHERCIDE MML ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. LIMITED Sherlock Bldg. Pftont 555 Do Not Overlook Our Special Sak FORTY SKTY'WATT TUNGSTEN ELECTRIC LIGHT BULBS Three for... Every Lamp Guaranteed; Consumers' Hardware Supply Coy Business Phones: 1212, 1919 Office, 1920 ABSORBENT COTTON In one-pound packages; good quality. This week, special, per Ib. "WE APE PROMPT WE ARE CAREFUL ANNOUNCEMENTS i _______ Sirs. Woods, Scalp Specialist and I Medical Massage. Combings made Meat Business j Special hairdressln.s, etc. Phone-i iltrj who has been m the 171o for appointments. Tho Ladies! lor the Hairdressing Parlors, Hull Block, ground lloor. meat business in past 29 years has leased the Alberta Meat Manket to W. Liunnrd who takes i possession on March l.'ih. .Mr. Coul- has uot had good lienith fnr the inclusive. 2. The schedule of training wi..... t dado riding, driving and mounted years. i drill and battery manoeuvre, aa a. here, completion of the- brigade's training for the -Militia year, which ends 31st, March. past year and feels he needs a rest. ill in-1 JIe ilils not niul a holiday during the He will continue to live C. J. Ferguson, organist of Knoi church, is prepared to take pupils in piano, organ and vocal. Pupils pre- pared for examinations. For terms apply at 412 8th St. S. The Canadian Brotherhood ot stat- ionary Engineers and Firemen will hold their regular meeting tomorrow (Wednesday) evening at S o'clock in the Moose hall. All power plant work- ers invited. _ The Daughters and Maids ofEngland Employed Boys Brotherhood 5th whist of i T IirlV3 Brotherhood of; tho series in Burgmami's hall on Detailed orders -with reference I Lelnbndge holds its regular week-day Wednesday evening March 9th Good to kit and dress will be issued" later.! in room at tho Her- ;prjzes and refreshments served 4. Detail oC officers, and i il1'1 tomorrow night. Any 'teen age mission 50 cents each 1053 other ranks will be issued on the -Volln2 mail who works is welcome. The membership is restricted to em- ..._.'.., boys only: and includes a possible bunch Of young fellows who like Of u good time ami want to develop March, 1921. 3. It is requested that aa many lllembers of the brigade will attend for the full Scout Notice Troop Xo. 1 will hold their regular i Barnacal meeting Wednesdai', March 9th at March Sth 1921 j purpose. 7.30 p.m. Scoutmaster TJrscnbach. No. 16. Armories open. Absolute Cleanliness Men who care patronize us regu- larly. WESTBROOK BROS. 5th St. S. Opp. Bank of Montreal. Parades p.rn.- Dress Drill order. Detail-S p.m. to .Ul O.C. asth Bty. p.m. to p.m Guuiiers _ (Composite Battery-Gun drill, Sgt. Henarie; Spare gunners, lecture, "Stable Routine." B.S.M. Taylor' Drivers, harness fitting. Jgt. llarman- Signallers, practice, Sgt. Lothian- Trumpeters, practice, p p! Hnssell. W. BARXACAL. Major. Act. C.O. 18th Brigade C.F.A. Our Motto: Accuracy, Courtesy and Promptness. WE SPECIALIZE IN PRESCRIPTIONS Phone 445 The People's Drug Store 414 13TH ST. N. W. H. McCAFFREV. PHONE OPEN UNTIL 3 O'CLOCK EVERY NIGHT. B. C. LIQUOR CONTROL ACT MAY PASS THIS WEEK; BEER CLAUSE UP VICTORIA, March is a fair possibility of the new Liquor Act being passed in the legislature by the end of this -week. The bill is now ready for discussion in committee. The "beer clause" re- mains the center of interest. How the non-party vote on this subject will come out is a matter of conjecture. Some beer advocates in the house will move it and members will vote as they please. It is said that most of] the Conservatives -will oppose it. A majority of the independents arc, hov.-- ever, reported to be in favor of beer. Some Liberals have not declared their j opinions and in view of the chances oi' a close vote the- outcome is what uncertain. and look the gang over. There will1 be eats., group games, athletic stunts and a talk on "Health and Success." Last week a couple of the fellows in I debate tried to prove that "we would be happier it we didn't have to -work" b-ut their case wasn't quite strong enough. Births, Deaths, Funerals SPECIAL FOR TUES, AT WILSON'S Liquid -Veneer Mop, complete Golden West Ammonia Powder; per pkt 10c Brooms, special .95C Starch; 2 pkts. for .25c D. R. WILSON 1112 STH AVE. SOUTH. FREE DELIVERY PHONE Births, Deaths, Funaral Notices, Cards of Thanks, In Mempriam, car- ried in this column st 12 cents, pet- line, each insertion, minimum 50cr pay- able in advance. TORONTO WANTS ST. CARD OF THANKS Owing to poor health. I have leased my business. The Alberta Meat Mar- LAWRENCE CANAL ket- to. possession on March loth. "BEST BY TEST N. J. SCHWEITZER, Prop. PHONE 1175. TORONTO. Mar have spent on the Toronto har- bor, and we will spend another four- teen million, but ivft certaiuly will never need a harbor for this city if we don't evmtually have a deep waterway to the said .....cr Gibbons in an address of welcome to the delegates of the dee waterways convention which opened this mornin.? under the auspices of the National Waterways Association of Canada. W. S. Edwards ot Sault Ste Marie the chief speaker today, quoted fig- that mo Detroit, Mich., died in its mother's arms on Grand Trunk express No. 3S as she travelled between Ingersoll and Woodstock en route to St. Ca- tharines. UNDERTAKINC MACKAY PARLORS 803 Third Avenue 1802 Soo canal. I wish to thank all my customers for their pat- ronago. I believe that Mr. Lingard will main- tain the high standard of service I have endeavored to give. Will all my patrons please accept my thanks and appreciation for their business during my years busi- Calgary Ministers May Intervene In Teachers' Strike CALGARY, Mar. a view to bringing about a settle- ment of the threatened school teachers' strike, the executive of the Calgary ministerial associa- tion has been asked to approach both the alliance and school board to endeavor to re-open negotia- tions. Rev. P. V. Samson, presi- dent of the association, has con- sented to approach both parties to endeavor to arrive at some settlement. The teachers are meeting thil afternoon to consider the situa- tion. The strike is scheduled to start Friday. ness In Lethbridge. 1050 n. COULTRV. Bringlng the micoiisc.iotis body o( his wire over J6u miles of the snowy Arctic trail with no roadhousos and only bare cabins aa refuge rrom Ilia rigors of the winter storms, Ueorga Miller, of Mayo, arrived in Dawson. y. T., Friday, to place her In the ho? pital. She was suffering from a nervous collapse. A driver and a spe- cial nurso accompanied tfllNfc, The nurse, Miss ftorothy Hoggan, will re- turn alone by dug- team. IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Elizabeth Janet Baldwin, beloved wife ot J. P. Baldwin, Coaldale, who passed sway March 5th. 1920. Ever remembered by her Borrowing luisband and family. But Oh for the touch, of a vanished hand, And the sound of a voice that is still. I Inserted by her loving husband and children. SASKATCHEWAN BOARDS OF TRADE IN SESSION; ASK TURN-OVER TAX I In In the offices of the chamber of com- ineruB this morning, Major F. James of Heglna, president, being iii the chair. In his address .Maiqr .lames advocated the abolition of UIB business profits tax and the wider ap- plication of the turn over of about per cent. He also suggested that the scale for Income tai payment be alter- ed to the Lenelit of the man with dependents, with u little more onus on the single man. Freight rates will bo one of the principal objects of discus- sion, Alex. McDonald of Winnipeg be- ing called in as expert consultant. 0. R. Bancroft is a delegate from Tho Past Man., to ask for co-operation in urging the completion of the Hudson Bay 'Railway. The delegates were lunched at the Saskatoon club ot tlie local chamber, of commerce. SIKHS ARE EXCITED DELHI, India, Mar. ex- citement is reported to prevail among the Sikhs, as a result of the riot last month between Mohammedan merchants and Sikh at auasahid, the famous Sikh ihrine in tho Punjab, in which many persona were killed. The Sikhs are said to be. flocking into the town -while the Hin- SAKKATOON, Mar. first an- nual meeting of the Saskatchewan Associated Boards of Trade opened Reliable information is difficult to obtain, owing to the wild statements in circulation and the prevailing un- rest. FUNERAL funeral of the late Daniel Sydal will take place from the residence, 420 Sth St. S., on Wed- nesday, March 9th. at p.m. anil proceed to St. Augustin's church where service will be conducted at o'clock sharp, Rev. Major Barrow of- ficiating. Interment in the St. Augus- tin's Tile family request 710 (lowers. Phone 1524 for Your Drug Wants rt Do You Suffer COR NSi If you do, try OUR LIQUID CORN CURE A safe, sure and painless remedy. The HUSBAND DRUGOX PHONE 1624. NEXT THE GOOD CO. CLOSING-OUT SALE T or.... Cyj TREES SHRUBS PRICE HE entire stotk of the MITCHELL NURSERY CO., Coaldale, Alberta, will be sold at about CEO. W. GREEN. care Ellison Mill, Lethbridge, Alta. INQUIRE Of Regular List at Coaldale. JOS. KNAPP At Nursery, Coaldale, Alta. A GOPHER IN TIME SAVES NINE Use the exterminators before the food Is plentiful. WE HAVE IN STOCK Gophercidc Kill 'Em Quick Strychnine from ozs. to Ibs. I'ric-es in Quantity gladly furnished. THE f W HEDLEY DRUG CO. PHONE 772. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A NEW INDUSTRY (THE ONLY ONE IN THE WEST) WE HAVE INSTALLED A MODERN PLANT FOR MANUFACTURING COUNTER CHECK BOOKS Carbon Leaf or Carbon Back Styles. Send your sample for our price. PROMPT DELIVERY. EVERALL'S LIMITED STATIONERS AND PRINTERS THIRD AVENUE MUTH ;