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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN THE I.ETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD , , MARCH ' j 1921 DOMINION-WIDE CLEAN-UP IN HOCKEY CIRCLES IS PROMISED Sir Hamar Greenwood, Bart Tlic snow apprc- Amr.iciir OfTicials Convinced | f,i,,, Much Veiled Professionalism ioiairi. Being Kncouragcd ' i> f:inmM' of tile White 1/iiko (tistcii:!. \v;is ;i visildr in Hai'iins uii .Monilay. Mr, KiM;jhi vii;! looKluj: al'toi' hnn',-iic~:h in ^onnc�c(ioll with riiruiltig (ip -After a Kironnons brxltio in which they cluiniPd !hat Uipre liad heon con-Hidcrablo niisunderslanriins ruHardiii!; (suspension of tlip Sa.skaipliowaii lioo ; key np.iooiiilidii, a .'^trojir: drli^salion ^ from dim provinco faih^l to car^y ^ "" their claim to have tlie licRina Vies included in tlip Allan i-iip play-off this jea:- in a prolongod arsiiinonf, on the ' fi"rume im a u.i...^ m.,-, ! dntlos. iind the (Uiestion was nrjtvied from. ."'Jacimrjto Biirrc'l is expected to aiJ side;;, hut on takinf; a vote (lie 1''e )!! 15arons -on Thiirsilay. March Saskatehewan motion was lost hv 1"] '^H'- ''>">;� 'lio express purpose of issn- in,n pormila for flroarnis. All per-sons rnciuirine name are, a.^kfHl to be the aetuni date of pnhllcallon. A good deal of tho apaco was devotort to Iho doings of Lbwor Canada legiatatiiro, I most of tho rosolntlons pas.^od by that ! angnat body being reiirinted in full. CITY GARNERmG IN LIQUOR ACT FINES Tho activity of tho city polico in Kupprossing t\\fi illicit Kulo of llquor in tho city is bctokonod iti Ibo gatbor-iiiR In of tsums ot $50 niifl over, following conviction whereby the city trensni-y ia being added to. Klnoa ot $100 were obtained on Thiiraduy, and on Friday the sum of svas gar- nered in. The major stim of jlOO y.'nR paid by Jatnos Crawford fni the Pklo ot Uqnor, and tho snm ot by .Tttinea Ons t.ncis for bavin;; liquor in other than a private dwelling, in addition to costs in both cases, Joe Coruk wao flnod $10 with costs for beins intoxicated in a public, place. Ho appeared on remand fron� Thursday when, appearing before tho court Iio stoutly contendedt in apilo ot the tividenco he boro onl-wartl signs Of, that he was not drunk. This morning hi sober mood he confessed that ho might have been. nellcTillo Trades and Labor Council huH asked tho municipal council to increase the fine for selling llglit-welght bread. to .1. Tho discussion bronsht ,,,,.,,^1 for the purpose ot securluB ^t;�lrtlinc; statements from Prosulent, i ^.terilng. who �nid '^-\'^'] ^'^^^^T:'^^ ]u^^%r. Pike, pastor of Dnrons ed the services of a private dele. tiv. , ^^^^^^^^ a:,nounced last Tin sday ni-.-htj that his subject for uoxt Sunday would Chief secretary for Ireland in the Lloyd Geor.^e povornnutit. who Bcema to be gettlnit the situation under control and is Koinp ah�\nd aoHously with initiation of Home Kulo. 10 visit many cities where amateur hockey was played and to InvestiKale hockey was piayea aau to i. >tf:=ut^�.c .. ^ Christ - The fol- tho doingB of the r>^-y^^^^^''^ ow,nV S,^y;o- beinf Kaster Sunday mcnt. A report from this man, who. ^ � np^,rrertion of >Jr. .Sterling said, was prepared to swear to the tacts, bad much to do with tho actions of the players tit: Sa.skatoon .iiid Moose .Taw-, it beinn � 7rr,,,,,,^777m,j,w,,j,,v�f,� it would be "The Uesurrection of Christ." Those subjects are in keeping with the ICastcr season. '1 ' .Mrs. Hanson of Commerce, daugh- MARLOW'S MEAT MARKET 1110 SIXTH AVE. SO. phone 796. SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY Trimmed Shoulders of Lamb, lb............22c Stewing Lamb, 2 lbs. for..................25c Roasts of Pork, per lb.....................27c Tomato Saiisag-e; per lb...................30c Beef and Pork Sausage; 2 lbs. for..........35c BeefDripplnc?; 2 lbs. for..................25c iDairy Butter-" 2 lbs. for...................85c FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY, DRESS SHOES "aristo" dress shoes-A shoe with a guaranteed leather sole, Goodyear welt, in black and tan. special; until easter - - $8.95 H. G. KILNER 420 13th st. n. phone 317 tor with him in Barons on Tuesday of this week. .Mrs. M. Wendleboe. who has been on the sick list for some time past, is now well on the way to recovery. .\ number of Barons' citizens were in altendanoe at Mr. Miller dranfs sale, east of town, on Tuesday, Mar. l.^ith. The sale which should have been held at Mr. roster's on Monday, has ' -- boon postponed. CALG.MtY, Feb. Two interegt- Mr. L. J. Cautron was a business' ing curios have recently come into tho visitor in Calgary on .Monday and pos.session ot George L. Brown, of this Tuesday of this week. i city. In the shape of two issues ot Mr. Folden o� the Independent Kle-{The Quebec Mercury, one ot tno e^rl-1 i vafor company, and his family have|lcpt publicjitions in ' moved out to their farm east of the house formerly ocenpimi by Mr. ', .1. H. Welsh and family. Mr. Paulson; is hack tit the old job with Mr, L, J. | Cautroii at the Barons garage. ' The Imperial Oil inspector ot Ix;th-j bridge was a visitor with .Mr. Arnold on Thursday ot; this week. POSSESSES OLD NEWSPAPERS town. The Alberta Pacific Elev,itor has re cently shipped in a carload of hay. -Mrs. .1. J. .MoKijy and baby were Canada. The I copies ot The Mercury are dated Feb. 1 and April 5, 1S14, In tho Issue ot April 5, 1814, is one of the pronuncia-tos delivered by Napoleon Bonaparte when he was at the height of his pow- R visitors in Lethbridpe on Tuesday and jor in Europe and before the disastrous WVdnesday. spring campaign ot ]."'H. It was dat- .Mr, and Mrs. A. J. Kennedy have 1 ed December 30, ISl," at Paris, returned to their farm east of town.: Display advertising, as it is known after spending the winter in Warh-lnow, was apparently not in favor in Ington. I those days, although the merchants ot The Oddfellows and P.ebekahs are . Quebec v^ere not above mentioning planning for a social evening aft'T | thrir wares in a gentlemanly way. Atl-! the lodge n>eetinf: of Thnrsday uiRln. . veitii=emeius of wines and liquors are! -Mrs. B. McClelland returned from , prouiinent. The want ad v.-as not wo find that J Claresholm on Tuesday after spending the past week there with her sis- neglected in IS14. for .^Iary McGregor has some :cntcel ter. Mr-5. Moffat. Miss Agnes Moir ac-1 apartments ready fiirnisheil at her companled Mrs. rtlcClelland on her ! house, and another that ".Mr. G. Spratt return home. ; respectfully informs his friends and The inspector for t.he P^eaver Lum her Co. was a visitor wiiii .Mr. W. K. the public in general that he intends to comtnencc the instruction of a lini- (From Our Own Corre.'ipondouf) | BAllON'S. Mar. 17.-time of un-; nsual iiUeresl was enjoyed by a. I.irgc company of ladies on Thur.sday afternoon. March lOlii. when Mrs. .Mc-Kenzie Wel.'^h entertained Mrs. y. Pike's section of (he Ladles' .\id at ] her home to a tea party. The ladies  irrespective of tl;e prevailing snowstorm gathered, mostly from .the town, and ijuito a few from the coun- � try, thus making this function repro-; scntative. and also a social and help- : fnl afternoon. ' -Mis.s D. nusseJI of Lethbridge is the present supervisor of the local telephone office due to tho continued ] i!Uio.'--K of our cfl'icient operator. Miss ('. ll wish fnr liim every ' r�sR. Mr. Dannin.? i.-; out en a �. i.-:; to 1!.C. Don't forget Cie ba/.aar ."ind paM'y sale on .'-Saturday ne.xi. .Mai-. Pitli, m three o'clock in tlie church. .\11 Kinds of iiKCiul and fancy articlis .\ill be up fin- eNhibition and ."ale. 'i'e;i \', i!| he provided. Come :ind hrin'-- y,,iir trieiKls. GentletiuMi v.-ill lie n;;;: to this socif.l function ef i!ie l.adie Aid. Mr. and Mrs. .1. Chisni bav,- rcMirn ed to Barons district fruiii N'ieiina. B.C. It will be lenn'nibetoil thai Mr. Chlsm i: 10 the woods for log;;inf7 jmrposes. Mr. l-;arl Wcu-iid retiuneil Ld Baron,-; on l-'ridiiy I'rojn IJlitioia where lie spmii Oie winter. We are plea.sed to see titjch an oateriuisiiig yoiiii;; far;iier u a girl reache3 the �.Re -porieiicB SliC'^rili^: �- Wii-ii 1 v.-at- (hirt"- ;i yecrs n'.d I h;>d r;ick spell,^ e-.i^'n niunth and as ,' -,'38 vr-'- ii ��,.','-"'j M)-ieiiiijr '>.'-'iev n-ni boi.'Rhl-. a bodie. It helped me .^o mu'li i;;tii ] htt'j iiil-.eii !,.vo ImlCea ,-.r.d 1 did not ' r i a.-'-iiiche :c,id bi:va i>ci;n a healliiy. woman. I �m I iuiv.! a til'.l,- girl iif my own, and when she gets i.,,l '.�1- e!;, ,� i:,-,;, Byuiii K, I-MnUbain's V' tjvtable t.'-.:.i- \Vii,i,ia:!.:. V,'. 'I'oront') ;-;t,, Philadelphia, Pa. � ��:'( .'.Viii^ I-',. I';rt,ham'.s ^'egetaldo t.'cm) eun.l h'lS 'r�i n if ailinent'i pecij!ji,r lo their s, N, A;-ts  : :r . ..'-i ;!i'l.'jraoni! tin-;-,; are who,v of itn r,iirit-�, Tii(U):iundH of lett?^.^ simi'ar to i'.e u'eovc in lie- lihM of the l.ydia R. Pi III: ha 111 Idedieine Co., un I ter v,i.-;-, U tt-Tti Inve |ie,.n j ml ili-h  re'iovl:i;r womi-n, yoiint,', an 1 o'd, nciehber abo'iit it, i"or in rv, 1-7 For Good Bargains tn Good Meats You Can't Beat The Weslminster Meat Market 3 PHONE 1055. 310 13TH ST. N. LETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION, Ltd. 526 13TH ST. NORTH We Cajrry a Full Line of High-Class Groceries, Provisions, Vegetables At Current Prices We deliver to all parts of town free of charge. Non-members' orders will receive the same attention as members' orders. Give us a trial, ,We can save you money, PHONE 1094 'LOYALTY BtGETS SUCCESS" Applications for membership invited by I Board of Management. Buy at your own store ] and participate in the profits. AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES SOME OF OUR REGULAR ALL WEEK PRICES Flour....................,98s, $5.50; 49s, $2.80 Sugar....................20s, $2.80; 10s, $1.40 Potalo<:':<, per 100 lbs......................$1.75 Peas ami Corn; per tin................. , . .20c Tea, a very fine Ceylon; per lb......^.......50c Cofl'ee, .u'ood Santos; per lb..................40c Finest Dairy Butter; per lb...................40c Creamery Butter, Chief Mountain; per lb......60c Fi'esli Ei^'i^'.^; per dozen .�...................40c Jelly I'ov.'dcr; 2 for........................25c lloyal Yeast; per bo.x.......................5c i'lum -Jam. finest quality; 4 lbs...............85c Strawberry and Apple Jam; 4 lbs.............70c Corn Stnrch; 2 pkts. for ...____.............25c Laundry Starch; 2 pkts. for.....'.............25c BUTCHETERIA 405 FIFTH STREET SOUTH BETTER MEATS FOR LESS MONEY Specials for Saturday Choice Plate Beef. .12c Roasts Beef, 15c to 18c Veal Roast.....,. .20c Pork Roast.......28c Leg Lamb........30c Shoulder Lamb ...20c Pure Pork and Beef Sausage, 2 lbs. . .35c 5-lb. pail Swift's Lard for..........$1.45 Mild Cured Bacon; by the piece.......48c Picnic Hams; lb. ..30c Lamb's Liver, lb. .. 10c 4 xti a Special on the Following for Saturday Oranges, lots of them, good size- ^^f* per dozen .....................imi^JK^ Fi\:~h Finnan Haddie- per lb..................... \M-:it." Navv Beans, best quality; 1 lbs. for .................... 17c 25c PHONE 13M. 426 13TH STREET NORTH. WE HAVE A BIG SELECTION OF EASTER NOVELTIES-EGGS, ROOSTERS, RABBITS, ETC. In regard to seeds-the best are always the cheapest. Poor seeds are dear at any price* We keep noclilng but tho beat. Packages put up by all the best known and most reliablo seed houses: also bulk ficed.s of ev(�ry kind'. Most of tho market gardener.s buy our needs, so why not you? Special Sed Prices for Next Week | Peas, Western Beauty; pei' lb........ .40c Beans, Black Wax; per lb................40c Carrot, Nantes, half long; per lb..........$1.75 Beet, Egyptian Blood,Turnip; per lb.......$1.50 Spinach, Victoria; per lb................90c Radish; per lb..........................$1.75 Onion, Danver's Yellow Globe; per lb.....$2.75 ALSO WE HAVE ALL KINDS IN BULK. CABBAGE, CAULIFLOWER, CELFRY, TURNIP, PARSNIP, LETTUCE, CORN, CUCUMBER, BROAD WINDSOR BEANS. MARROW, SQUASH, TOMATOES, KOHL FIABI, SUNFLOWER, SWEET PEAS, LAWN GRASS. Also we have nice lines of EASTER GOODS at 5c, 10c, 15c and 25c. 320 13TH STREET NORTH. PHONE 1872. ;