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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta NOROHIIMIR PHONOGRAPHS PIANOS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. Mualcil" 11! South. Phont DAILY COSTS LESS TO-EATu COMMERCIAL CAFE QUALITY UP 'PRIOIS DOWN WAMPOLE'S TASTELESS COD LIVER EXTRACT ThJit hody builder .will en- rlrfc your blood, nourish put ttW it aborted and hiilld ujoii can set new vitality and strength from tlila highly (indorsed auii hady builder. The Stokes Drug Ltd. DRUGGISTS NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE USED CARS Special. Ford Bug1, with wire Baby Grand Touring', Al shape Dodge Cadillac Touring (would make a good truck) Ford Ton Baalim Motor Co., Ltd. Attractive Prices Wagners. Per box Wagners, box Grown Deans; 2 Ibs. for.......25c Flake White 5-lb. CoftVe, bulk, splendid quality- pel' )b....................45c Rolled Oats; S-lb. sack........35c Coin; per 100 THE GOOD CO., LTD. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS. LETHBRIDUE STORE. Ebi FOR THI AUTO WEATHER Medicine ;t flour Clear Cloar Sr.ov: Snow dofts lie "get through I srafr. inheritance or good Uck. pull, The EMPLOYED BOYS' BROTHERHOOD HOLDS iiE-fr 1 Brotherhood will ha two months' old weefc an4 (he cMebni It was educational and niphi at the Employed. iJrothcrhtnni laat night. Dr. giive tho boys n talk OQ "HeaHa ami of course there iva.5 the inevitable spread. The doctor made a hit with rhfl fellows irhen they learned how he secured for himself the education to fit htm foi' his" yrofession. Tho talt made it clear again that a fellow Hn't pitchforked into success nor Absolute CleanUnm Men who cars patronize us regu- larly. WESTBROOK BROS. 5th St. S. Op p. Bank of Montreal. Hun is in Charge of the physical ui> tivitias committee "who have u good I night's Kport to football.; Indoor athletics and boxing. At the second mooting the discussion will bo j based on thu question: "What is sue.-1 cess ami how can wo get there." and; will he followed by tho usual fun.; Any youuj; fpllow under twenty whoi is working IA welcome. Ot course j members of Tusis Squares are not i j expected. Meetings, Wednesdays at 17.45: Sundays 4.30 in the boys' room! at the Herald. IN ALL COLORS 15c Open Tonight Till 9 o'clock J.D.HIGINBOTHAM t CO., LIMITED WhoIaMit Rtlii! AIlMrtl, Cloudy Cloudy Clear Clear Clear Cloudy Saskatoon 7 i i Princo Albert j Winnipeg v j Port Arthur _" J vreatlier lias Continued moder j %tely cold in Manitoba ami Suskatche- milder with snow in Alberts. j Forecasts j Manitoba and j ly" fair and cold today and on Friday. snow flurries but i mostly fair and cold today, and on Friday. CITY AND DISTRICT j Children's. Lenten Service j The children's sorvk-e held lu St. i Augusta's chiU'di, Friday, will j Uke pluco as usual. The Bible story i to be told this week is "David', "who I killed the giaat." C.P.R. EARNINGS ANNOUNCEMENTS MONTREAL, Mar. Pacific Railway earnings for week j enainj March 7, 1951, in- crease Hl.WW. Ivonian Club Luncheon Tjieut. Jack Palmer. advcrtiFCr! to speak before tho Ivunuin club at their ____ noon luncheon today, was prevented ___ii j from taking part in the program by ilSness. The luncheon was held usual in the Boy's Department at-the V. .V. C. A. and was marked with the j usual, enthusiasm. The club is gfrow- macia I weekly in popularity. A Bountiful Supply Of Easter Eggs Have u- supply of egps for Master. The surest, plan is to give your hens plenty of Dr. Hess Poultry Pan-a-ce-a Egg Producer Tt keeps the entire Ufialthy iinil Kiipplies hens with materials which are apt to IM lacking in the siirin-% Begin the uae of this valuable lirepanUiou now airj you wou't have to worry about u liberal supply of Easter Eggs. Price 35c, 85e and THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. LIMITED Sherlock Bldg. 551 Do Not Overlook Our Special Sale FORTY SIXTY'WATT TUNGSTEN ELECTRIC UGHT BULBS Three for.. Every Lamp Guaranteed. Consumers' Hardware Supply Co y Business Phones: 1212, 1919 Office, 1920 OPEN TONIGHT FROM 6 TO 9 P.M. Vapo Cresolin Outfits Complete Vapo Cresolin, large and small bottles, relieves whooping cough, etc. APE PROMPT WE ARE CAREFUL" WILL BE AN AUCTION SALE HIGH-CLASS'FURNITURE IN WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS ON SATURDAY NEXT, MARCH 12TH COMMENCING AT 1 O'CLOCK. Thif if i ill furniture buytrc thould attend. FULL PARTICULARS TOMORROW. FRANK WABDINGTONrAuctionecr 770 and 469. Mr.-. Woods. Scalp Medical Massage, Combings up. Special huinlressmgs, etc. Phone i 1710 for appointments. Tho Ladles' G. W. V. A. Meeting Hairdreaslng Parlors. Hull Bluek, i fiundny the reguhir general ground floor. meeting of the G. V.'. V. A- will be held i 'n tne club. All members are urged to be present as important, business will be discussed. day afternoon it appeared that the affair was merely a dispute over some j work done by Mr. Scott on suShos lu question and that Mr. Scott TVUB retaining the sashes on uucounk! I of the fact that he considered he hart j j a lien for the work clone oil them. The complainant, Mr. Lamb, withdrew the j charge, the costa of the court, WILSON'S SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY Choice B.C. Salmon; per. large 19c Chicken Hacldie; 2 tins for.................SSe Clark's Spaghetti with tomato sauce and cheese; per large tin........................... .25c D. R. WILSON 1J12 6TH AVE. SOUTH. FREE DELIVERY PHONS 137. 0. W. V. A. Dance Another of the popular G. V. A. (iancna will be held next Tuesday, March IS. SIX APPLY FOR NATURALIZATION, AND ARE APPROVED I The application tor naturalization i of tlio foUowins were approved by gQ at tho District Court Wednesday: Cliriste'u Chrlaten- scn, miner, Lethbrldge, subject of Denmark, -who came to Canada from extensive farming interests m South- the U. S. jn entering at orn Alberta and is here prep- Port Emerson; Henry Thompson' arations for spring work. He is a fanner, subject of Sweden, Uue31 at the Lcthbridge. came to Canada in March, 1912, enter-' Ins at St. John: Dan Hancu, Personal Mention Lethbridge, subject of Rumania, came' to Canada in March. 1911, Preparing Spring Henry Olson, oC Twin Fuli.s, Idaho, in the city today. Mr. Olson has J. Larson. Racine, Wls., J. A. Taber, Mrs. George Births, Deaths, Funerals Obituary Births. Deaths, Funeral Cards of Thanks. In Memoriani car- ried in this column at 12 cents psr line, each insertion, minimum 50c, pay- able in advance. at St. John; Jerry Hammon. farmer, janci Billings, J. Norton, Barons, Turin, subject of the United States, J- 1Iarr3. Calgary, E. J. Young. Cai- came to Canada in April. 1910, H. Dean. Edmonton, arc regis- HORLKTS MAUED MILK mi 50c The People's Drug Store 13TH ST. N. w. H. MCCAFFREY. OPEN UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK EVERY NIGHT. PHONE 445. ing at Coutts; Joseph Sehvnitz, farm- er, of Hacie. of Gorman nationality but whose parents arc citizens of tho U. S., came to Canaila. in 1911, enter- ing at Portal man, t'arrae of entering at Halifax. tercd at local hotels. Goes To Reglna Commissioner Freeman left for Re- DIED i LIN'GTIES" Joyce Marie, infant daughtpr of Mr. and llvs. H. Lingi-en, 415 29th Street north. Funeral ser- will be held at the residence on FriiJty at 4 p.m.. Hey. Mr. 'Jones of- ficiating. Funeral arrangements are in charge ot T. S. Fetterly. i more the, ranks of the Lethbridge Old-timers have been chinned by death. The whole city was shocked Thursday morning to hear tliut Mrs. Mary Scott, aged 79 years, had passed ueacefully away in tho! early hours tho morning at tier I residence, 1219 4th Ave. Death due, it is thought, to stroke which had affected her heart, weakened by a uomewhut serious ill- ness through, which aUe had passed some time' ago. When the late Mrs. Scott retired last night she seemed to be in her usual health. She had been up and about the house as usual since her recovery froni her indisposition about as, Alex, and Andrew, all of J are living hi Lethbridge. 1 The late Mrs. Scott, though almost j four scorn years of age, had been jtive right to the time of her death. She was widely known in tin: for and by all who knew her her Scotch humor, and sunny William Henry Loll-' S'na last to attend a meeting, ir, of Lethbridge, subject I as President of the Union Alberta came to Canada in Municipalities, for the vurposo of