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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta NORDKCIMfR HD5IC CO., LTD. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. 1241 Filth S, It2 -roiid PRENCH IVORY MANICURE AND TOILET ARTICLES DT complete. As-i toilet article, notblcs populariiv of the French ITJTJ-. Manleure Places................. Toilet 3ota in LcattKr cue 50c to io (10.00 J10.00 KENNY ALL1N Co., Ltd THB PCIMLAH TUESDAY SPECIALS PURE ITALIAN PRUNE, JAM, HAMSTERLF.Y FARM. Something tasty and worth mer-i rncney. A shlprr.tnt jutt In, 4 Ib. tins, each................................ Per cise, p2 llnr, each 11.00 PURE GOLD COFFEE. In I Ib. tins, considered ore of Iht finest coffees put up In Canada. Our firrl lot Just In. Special to f-n Ft.- tin DUC O- Five pounoi, for .........i............'...'... YOUR MONEY BACK ON EITHER OF THE ABOVE IF NOT SATISFACTORY. ,2.90 a THE GOOD CO., LTD. FMl tttrt Ltctnec No. Trunks Bags Valises ANNOUNCEMENTS THE WEATHEK Dr. P. W. IllLoards has opened den- ial oUiccs iu tho Oliver lilock, Sulio NOL s- as Personal Greeting Cards f-Ilh. our name. carry I he stock; no order now, Kverall fc'Franks, rd Avenue South. Hoax Perpetrated in Atlanta on Sunday Evening By An Unidentified Man, .ATLANTA, '-rioy. county-officials .--LodiT Vere JQ- a hoai perpetrated here last rigbt by an unidentified man who telephoned to tie cltr uiditoriajnr Yic3-president -w upeakhiff. thaU President .Wilson detd' lid ing Mr. Mart bill the distance .LcliphpBe... After Mr. Marshall had an- message to hU Cornea began, to .Trtep and at tie re- 4. of Governor Dcrwy, wHo c. mlnlBter offered a prayer. Ajrttire fittd oat the onjmre lit played "Nearer My God to Thee." persona ..leuylng the auditorium the; report .CFTttUlw town'and services at several churches -faere abruptly ended. Meanwhile, Mr. Mar- shall communicated with the Associat- ed Press and learned that the report president's death vaa with foundation..- "GoVernor Cfimmitalpaled wilh and he immedlate- ly, offend a reward of 5100. for the arrest of the man who telephoned (he false report. Must Selj Vendor's Xug alor'es which hive been..sell ing" liquor at prices above those f BJ ttie prd-onclal jic-Yemment are du to recElve V severe, jolt soon, accord Ing to a mesiife received In Calvary from" iibV a'ttorney-geaeraj's deparl taent" atEdmonton, The toil of th vommunlcalion was brief, merely'slal Ins -that Lhs government was prepar IftS to enforce the law rigidly thai drug must sell liquor at the price on-ihe government vendor" list, and printed "on labels attached tc the and Pain Body Pain canaed from; a .cold an soon by tAXA'TTVE -BHOMQ QUltN "INB tibleti.Vfhere is only one "Brooi (ftlntne." em OK bQL Dr. P. W. HI chard 5 has commenced denial practice lii. Ills new dikes, iuite 3, Oliver llloclt. NOTICE RED CROSS SOCIETY All parties having accounts against he Lcthbridge Branch, Red Cross So- ciety, are requested to-file the.Eimo at once n'llh the Secretary, Post Of- Ice Uox 101S. city. "Mammy o' one of the best one-steps we have to Come o the AVillis Piano Store. 707 3rd Are. S., and ask for this record. No. 1S615. The St. Mary's Women's Auxiliary aro holding a. sale oC work of plaiu and fancy sewing'anil home cooking on XoTemb'er 26lh, at 3 In the St. -Mary's parish hall, and a social will be'flven Iu the evening at S o'clock. The members ol the Jolly Eight Club are .holding a dancp in Durginaun's flail, November 1919. Jaiz refreshments. Dancing from 9-till 2.! Gents Extra lady 25 cents. Everybody welcome. Personal Greeting Cards You will need some ChrisioM Cards this season. How much nicer they will be 'and how much more personal it your name and address is cogniTed on each card.. 'j Wo haro a fino large a elect ion Df Pri7ate Greeting Cards. jour order now Ts-hile the stilec- llon 15 complete. OPEN TONIGHT PTIL v NINE O'CLOCK i Vancouver 5G Nelson........ 49 Kdmonlou i Calgary Hat Leihbridge Ilegtoa Saskatoon Winnipeg Port Arihur 7 .10 Clear Cloudy Snow Hoar Clear Snow Cloudy Clear weaihcr over Sunday has been part cloudy ivitli lowering, tempera- tures hrthe whole ivnst. Snowing In Manitoba, Saskatchewan and iiarts of Alberta, j Forecast Western east anil north winds, becoming corder I local snow A new shipment- just lo hand. These lines arc advancing jn price every rr.onlh, il pay you lo buy now. Largest assort- ment ever shown in '..ethbridgc: mwm Sort Co. BUSINESS PHONES 1212 1111 Olflct N MEETINGS Xorlli Etnr Ixidgc, A. F. arid A. SI., will meet In the lodge- room. Dominion tonight. Third degree in York with rite. Full atlo-tlaocft requested. VisiL- Drclhrcn welcome. CITY AND DISTRICT A Sweel Visilor TJIO degree will be conferred upon a class of candidates lomorron- night, nl S.OO o'cloci; In lllc lows' Hall, udner tho auspices' of Mr. John D. Spackman. of the Viaduct Lodge, No. 53, I. O. O. f. Mill- iard Chocolate Co., is a visitor in the bers arc requested ID be iu RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO., LTD. Phone ES9 Sherlock BIdg. citv. For Relief Work The Women's Civic Club gratefully atknowledges the receipt of a cheque for frqni (he Southern Alberta' Tecrliers Asaocialion lo aid in their relief work. mice. Visitors Learllly welcomed. Dr.1 and Mrs. Hyrum Smith, 903 711) Are. S., ou November 21it, a daughter.. At St. Augustins The' morning and evening services lit St. Aiignslin's on Sunday were con- _._ _ dueled ty Rev. E. A. Langeldt, former- Ij- rector of Maplo Creek, .who waa a __- visitor to the city. HAY, WE CAN YOU. Place your orders now unito the hij- is thq qoklltr. We can sin fou promf L ihJpimiit.. LAUNDERS HAY (GRAIN COMPANY "2i! SECOND AVE. PHONE CITY AND DISTRIC1 Ret-rh lo England Mr. and .Mrs. T. Piu- cbcr CHy, arc to leave OH Thursday neii, oa tbtir journey lo their former horde in Preston, Their many friends will join Vllh the Echo in .irJshiDK Iheiii' .Cod-speed.' They hare been" residents, of Cily since 1305 and for the past cieiit! years. Mr. Pembcrlon lias been the I postmaster aiid also ageril the Imperial Oil Co. Scotr, j formerly oE Summerview, and a vet-i cran of the great war, is Mr Pember-j ton's saccessor as and' Mr. Donald McCain, of Pincber baa accepted the agency of the Ini- pcrial Creek Kcho. Oil of Street'Car Service Delayed Tho car scrviCc to North LeUibridgQ .was temporarily btispoad- I od ou Mozday llie spread- the track near ihc_Ellison Mills. i Workmen -are busy "in- making the j damage good, nnd meamvhile the ser- vice is being ran in the single line. UNDERTAKING' Green Adams Rear or Hides All Hides, Pelts and Fan bought at Top Market Price. IlEicrcnce: Standard Bilk o[ PHONES: Olflce Residence M MACKAY and BELL 303 3rd 1802 OUR TOOLS ARE KEPT IN AN ANTISEPTIC STERILIZER. WESTBROOKBROS. Barbers, Opp. Hank ol Montreal US LIULE HOPE FOR Delany s Meat Co. Try DELANY'S Made To Please II We ind bare for working In accord whi archKaol'i SAULT STB. MARIE, Mich., slender hope Jiclil marina I men that some of the eretf of the steamer sunk uf-wliUo Point in the gale antt I Sunday nlrht, htirc ivasj lrtuaUjr abandoned, nooa today when no further news was rcceiyed from the various craft.-searcnlrig for trace of the Tlctlms.' AJthough larso of wreck-' continue to come ashore Ihla morning, no (race had Lecn found of the I.TVO lifeboats believed to have offered the only means escape to the crews of tho 111-faled Tcssel. nc- porta that the men -.had seen glInline to tho wreckage or to pieces of. the Myron's cargo, .hatl cot neon confirmed .this afternoon. CapL BlodgeLf. of the company own- In g the Teasel arrived licre ;froni Dnluth shortly befora' noon and said lie bad no verified completa Hat of the crew. He said he Leiiorcd, how- ever, Lhat Iho crew 17. Li- censed officers definitely to hare been on hoard were Capt. Waller R- NelU. cf.Ear City, Mlcfc.; Wlllfam Lyons, Marl re CHy, Mich., hiatc; H. C. Duchanan, Ohfo, chief engineer; Louis Haaalan, TonaifRnrin, N.Y., second and Lloyd A. White, address chief .cook. Inralnible' in Chfldrcn's Colds and Coughs May be spVfnkled on pTItowa and gauze and thus acffnlplstererj without or knowlcdg- of the child., We have a s-Icct quality of Tasmanran Oil at 35 Cents BOTTLE J. D. tiigiotiiam Go. Limited Tht. Stan Lethbridge Kentish Assoclatian The Kcntisnmcn will hold Ulcir monlhly meeting in SL. Mary's Hall at-eight'o'clock tomorrow (Tuesday) evening- Pl.ncar Wholeul. and RcUII Chcmliti Phon.j 1H1 122 GOODS THAT ARE EASY TO MAIL Our store ii full of for all, aad that can be easily ruaifcd. INSPECT OUR STOCK Book Store Lelhbndgc Hotel Building, PHONE 1265. S. A..Work in Tabcp Since Ihc opening of Tabor as an outpost the spiritual work of the Sal- ration Anriy has made steady iiro-' gross. In spite ot the alorni. Envoy LDawsoh, assisted by Bro. J. Chambcr- Sister Kipp, Mrs. Chapham and liavc conducted euccessful open air every week-cad, f On Saturday nTght and all day Sunday, j Envoy aud Mrs. Dawson and ilaURhler, Tvilh Bro. Chamberlain, Mrs. Arnold ririii Slslcr Wray, conducted the most successful s'ervfcca held In Talier on j Sunday morning a bright intcreslinc j meeting was held for tho 'benefit, ot j Ihc young-children The af- ternoon testimony meeting was-profit- laltle ID .1 good audience present, and At Lho night, service over sixty people were present am! many were sUncltng i outside unable lo get in to thig meet- ing. Several fannera and their families motored in from a dis- tance lo lalte pan meeting. There wa4 great rejoicing over the salvation of eight young girls, also an cs-SalTaUonist from Norway. Mi of practical help' in the vrorlt of Ihc Army V.-CTC offered. Ad- jutant nnd Mrs. Johnstons are great- ly cliecrct] M- Eicsfy id: vaccc of the work ed. RAW FURS We Pay Top Prices. LETHBRIDGE HIDE. PELT FUR CO., LTD.. Office phone 7S9.-.Residence 325 Reference': Standard The Best and Widest Selection Always Please Telephone- R. CpULTRY Phone 492 AlbirU Mot Mirhil TORAGE ASIt f ERVICE THAT ATISFY You will posilively bo satisfied witlj an? rejialrs entrusted [o our care- Magneto and Datlcry work a. specially. We bare some good buys la used cars and some siorage space letl. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT THE GRAHAM MOTOR Co., Ltd. 414 GIXTH STREET SOUTH Odil- II. Iluxlablc, a .pioneer fcllovr, of Victoria, II. C., Is ilcad A'campaign be laimclicd In Elgin and SI. Thomas to raise funds to creel a memorial hospital In SI. Thomas. A memorial tablet Tvas unveiled nl Guclph Collegiate' Institute to the memory of Col. John JilcCrac, author of "Jn Flanders' Fields." Mrs. Jf. Smith, a resident of South, who came lo Ottawa to ylalt I'elallvcs, killed by an automobile whllo crossing Sparks street. Hush, of tlic Ilonaall Oliscrrcr, died Iu the lin- den ieOiiiiR Sheet Metal Co. MAM rrAprmo PHOM Good Bread was nercr so much appreciated as now. That fi why .wo make Quaker Bread good as bread can 'possibly be made. Tho wholesome .properties of tots bread gains nutriment from .Ihc firm wheat ilotir, and zest from our modem formula of Us crispy crust ond filmy body In rclisrml by all tbo family. All 1Kb teller KrocerH ecll It because, It tells belter, oflener and contin- uously In homes where bus once been In- troduced, JOHN GILMORE PHONE 378 SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY FOR SPEGIAL VALUES IN ALUMINUM WARE H1CK-SEHL HARDWARE Co. J1ARBWARE, PLOMBINO AND PHONE 762 WE SUPPLYajiyour OFFICE NEEDS Stationery and Supplier Prlrrllnfr Ruling, Bookbinding Rubbtr itimpi. Agenti for Typewriter Ultd Bought, Sold Btoilrtd, EVERALL FRANKS SOUTHARD BLOCK THIBO AVINUI tOUtH ;