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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta F.tmn- TIIF. USTHBniDGM OAH.Y THURSDAY, i, 1020 ih? supers i riK'turo unu' romuuuired. Four is ihnij mou ami teams for KDvetrmcut worli! will be plentiful. The govern-> menl srale i? -A ilr-y (or a a day for man lym. Li lines team owners can set a for men ami for u Uviuu of work', -ir Own auntie March Mrs. Hoi) 'Arthur son of lluw Island aro the Two more ranches of Mrs. Baker this week. la Calgary for a few days vislUnir (lie horso 'M Vhc> Rlvlug -v hard tltno dance (Monday. 5th. There" will bo'good music. Indies please bring cake and sandwiches. Everybody cordially Invited, Ten c-onis penalty will be imposed on every one not decked out In hard-time clothes. Mr. C. Uocheleau returned from Mils week. Oneuskl ol Uvllvue Mr. Dan McltougiU anil sou Altai) j N. Dakota w) Monday. looking Xluj; after splehdlcl ami ready for spring work. Winers' Lawyer Advises Orderly Calgary. The latter B. U. Sec- retary on Deck taken the nine acre Hlu.'s r-uuli are here for j few days UioXi: it a price of 43.COO. while th-j 31.1 their funn ;ir.d spring work, unimproved Dr. Carwrlght ranch liasj Ml. We Ocjsiad and family been bough! by Rt.iiifanl Sou of'moved on a farm near the river. H. Calgary. The latter intend lo r-jiv-u-: n. has dei-idfd to farm his laud sively improve thair purchase both in vear [the. way of ptautlui; out orchard asi h.T. well as erecting 5lr d-ul J BBLLBvY'E, A public was called In the WorXera' lull on Tuesday evening to hear Mr.j A hospital for OreMon is the latest; needed pub- flu epidcini'.' returned to their farm, after spending it short time in Mejiciue Hat. Mrs. t'astl-'1 visited her daugh- ter. Verna. this week, at SI. Theresa JM. Brown, secretary ol the O.I1.U outllna the situation a. he cocld It la the district the preeen deinonstrating ihe orvltiR r.eed furl an, to 'and' i demand for accommodation Mrs. Tom Thft Woman's j Institute have on record as rav-'week- were How Island visitors this Harry Wlncbiiowbe and Kur) Smith vlsllod tho Calgary Horse Show and other points last week. August Trembly returned from Crookslon, Minnesota on Monday. market eggs are selling for 36 cenU a doxen, aud butter for coats a pound. .Mr. Him.- of Medicine Hit visited his sou Frank, thlB week. Mr. Al. Baekslrura met with quite a serious accident while pig. In MB baste hi? hand slid, caus- ing the knife to launch In Ms knee. making him quite lame. pmnea ms miss. on .jr. scsted for a llbran- bulMinK. is now 'land area a! umtnt under develop. I (toTernraont, men turning out relief. lct'ons of the 5 strike leaders who vras here on an olTicial visit the iailei'1 sioti on tickets sold wilt be used to FOR SALE 50 TO CO TO.VS of good sheaf pats, at (to a ton. OR 10 TONS of KOCH! blue joint bay. Hujt be hauled oft place to feed. Aho TH1IITY HEAD GOOD WORK HORSES Can he seen at BO.NJfEU, UJCKKY'S Karni. Three Miles South and one Mile West of Coaldale. Additional Classified Ads. (Continued from Page Three) LOST AND FOUND ii Mtnllvn The List Your BRANDS! It will be a mutual advantage owners of II nero t same beloro all uml rauchera so that stray stock could fw return, or notify 'K. Retthitr. recogntzed and roluraeil jiron-itily. A _ !fcw moiitli will carrv ihcw i f i n'A "i.i i L n v i A Unriu iiortheus! pi .Warner, bav mare, weight branded on lett shoulder. }2o.oO reward NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP XOT10B IS HBIIBBY .GIVEN that tha Partnership heretofore subsisting between, the tjtiderslguod as Under- takers the City of Lothbrldgo has Ihls'day been dissolved by njutunl con- sent. AH debts owing lo the said Partnership are to be paid to Charles MacKay, at SOS 3rd Ave. South, In the City of Lethbrldge, and all claims agclnst the pnid Partnership are IG be prerented to the said Charles Mac- Kay by whom the same will be paid. BATED at the City of Uthbrldgc. fonnd The West .Canadian huve a Lunch of tenta pat up at the mine and the police are occupylojc fcome of them for the preient. The Veterans' club will open on Sat- urday, April Jrd. for business. Public deposits increased part of the week, during which he buy a baseball rmtfit for the and I Other deposits decreased made a very thorough liasketball equipment lor the girls. .Votes reserve decreased the provincial land settlement area nt All sorts and conditions ol weather Government securities decreased Lister. This month the provincial have prav.illed during tha past week authorities and the soldier settlement with the real s-jnny. warm sort miss- 1 The proportion of the hank's reserve board came to a definite as ing. and as yet laud oporodous are not I lo liabilities this week Is ISA! per to the taking over of the areas the extensive, in some places tho local government Is opening up. and "till being In the ground. March. I Capt. Patterson eipressed himself as which came In very lamblike, Is cer- 1 well satisfied with the prospect .of tainly out in characteristic lion Lister being about the best soldier fashion. cent.; last week it was 31.S4 per cent. The rale of discount i; 6 per ceni. Montreal Is to have daylight savin? May 2. and Ottawa, May 1 or 2. Jury So Find At Inquesl Held On Miner (Proja Our Own Correspondent) BLAIR XIORE, U Bckaslre, driver for the F. M. Thomp- son Co., atre with a nasty acci- dent HlHcrett on Monday after- noon. While passing through a lane Its encouiwtd a linen line which cAQcht bin lu moutb tearing out KtTpnl twit and outline the roof of hi: month. Dr. McDocild at Hill- crest him at and lie M well an can he EX- fSiltd. Coroner Pinkaey journeytd to crest on to hold an enqElry. Into the death of Malcolm Me Neil a iriner of tlat town. The vtr- diet waft on? of accidental death with no blame atUcbed lo anroce, It lug found ihat deceased came to hti death by filling from a car which was riding und in I crashed. and Jim. W. J. Howe who re- cently returned from Spokane left Blairmora last week-end for Calc where thejr will retlde for a short tirr.e. mm FEELS HOSPIMNEED 'Flu Epidemic Games Agitation Fine Imposed On Spokane Man fibroin Our Own CMfiSTON, a. C, March Tie MfgMt collected In poHca ,irftB gathered.In on iMl when Chrfi. Johnson, i Ms addreis Spokane, L, the collector of i on a of entering Can- ty wtthont reporting to cutocni luthorltlBB. He vas mulcted In MB of which h? paid. The aeeueed Is dltfant, rtntitr the COT- of luintss. A Mqwl to the Johnnon case was appnhcnslon by the local police of liquor shipments totalling twenly- fotir to one pereoii lait week. Earlier In the month the same party hafl iln> brought In twenty-lour MBM. I Cnrtody of the last two and the consignee notified la thirty Hays show that he qtlre4 'the additional supply for liw- fttl purposes or the lot would ha con- flsceled. At the price, the- hard stuff has now reached the attorney-Jan- oral's department Is due to shortly corno Into possession ol about TS'Orth of high class whlsfcny. For the flrtt lime in many Crcston Is Absolutely the ser- vices of a resident clergyman of any denomination. The Methodiat pustor Is allll In likely lo bB there for sncifiicr three months. Thn Presbylerlan pastor has removed per- manently. The Anglican rector only comes for once ir. three] weefca and Roman Catholic prlenll once a month. Mvpn wilh a from the mission furcls pfrmanen! panlois! are nov- cocflni; of salary I gasianlee alone, anil all three clmr-l ches finiUnc tlif (Insnclal hurder too heavy fnr the regular rhimli go- Kts und giveib. Pfovlnr.lp.l engineer Itamsay of Nelson, ficconipaniecl by the prorin- superintendent of bridge cr.n- strucllon. T. Kllpatrlck of Rcvelstolte. ivere yeatordAy making an of- ficial Inspection of tho new final tr Mtgt, nn which connlrurlfon o( white star ou'forehead, brand- ed oir right tblKh. Howard for leading ii> rc-cov- efjr. A.' Johnson, Kipp, Alia. my place, six miles east of Lcltibrldgo. one while faced two-ycar-old.heifer; uo visible brand. Owner havo sumo hy paying ex- penses lo F. Vaster. 1'hono KSI5. Dally and Herald. BRAND REGISTER Of rleht shoulder ol On right rhoulder ot borata. "Lloyd Cevlue t Nltssua. my place, red muley cow, branded I U on left ribs; also black and; white cow, branded 110; Owner hava sauio by paying ex- uenscs. 'A.' Muir, Hardievllle, Alta. of Lethbrluge, one tail bald-faced In .good condition, branded B S3 on right hip. re- wnrd for iiifortnatlort leading to re- covery pf fame. Apply .loo corner 7lh Avc. and 21st St. S. in the Province of Alberta, this 24th of horses, day ol March, A.D.. 1920. CHAS. MACKAY JOHN HBL1, Witness: 31. ,A. ilcCanrt. Ad NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS AND CREDITORS In the matter of the- eslale of Jere- ralal Lewis, deceased': NOTICK Is hereby given that all persons having claims upon the esUto of Joromiah on left thigh as cut one brandetl utt right thigh as cut ..-i.. ear cropveil. 510.CO re- 'jnr'hcad. Clarence Mcl.aug'cllii. Iron 'springs. Alin. _ Oa left thigh nt horses, and on led hip of cattle. 0. T. Lathrop. Telephone' 255-J Right rlbj o! cattle. Left shoulder. Hlght shoulder. Right thigh of horsei. D. Pelerson, 131C 5th Are. A. south'. Phone 1114. west of Spring Coulee, one bay mare. about eight' years old. weislit about 1.250 pmiiiJs. tall, old wire cut i on left front foot, no -isible horses. ol Oracr please claim same. It. D. Tail. I KOWUMI ulven. H. O. Hollae, Wren- Alta. 5S--S) J8-25 years old In May, little white oa hind niook, Lethbridga, Alberta, by the 3rd daj of May, A.D., 1920, "a full BUlametil, duly verified, of their nod of any securities held them, and that after that date tho Administratrix will distribute the. as- sets of the asjd deceased among tbo parties entitled thereto, having ro- ;ird only lo the claims of which no- ice haa been so filed, or which have bean brought to their.knowledge. at AlUrta, this !th day of March, A.D., 1920. CONYBEA'RE, CHURCH AND DAVIDSON. Barristers, Solicitors. Solicitors for the AdminlstratriT, Lothbrldgo, Alberta. Approved: J. A. Jackson. Ad A Pulling 3 A THREE plow tractor must have more thslrijust ordinary three-plow It must haw the power to pull three plows, the reserve strength that will overcome the most difficult soil will pull through the stiff places and keep the tractor working continuously and dependably hour after hour. The new 12-20 OilPull has a reserve power of more power than is needed to pull three plows under average conditions. When you call upon an OilPull in an emergency it responds quickly and it's OilPull tractors have always been built with this large reserve power and great to do and power to endure. That explains why the first OilPulls built are still working after 11 years of the hardest kind of tractor service. In addition you will also find This rugged machine has proved its ability to bum kerosene under all conditions and at all proved it to such an extent that the makers give with every tractor n written guarantee that it will do so. And this plus power is available at the belt as well as the drawbar. The 12-20 OilPull will easily operate a 22 inch thresher fully equipped, steadily and continuously, and will do all other belt work requiring equal power. There are also three larger 20-40 and 30-00 H, P. Oite bay mare, tour years; one sorrel eeldinp. eight years; one dark bay. no white ou it, nlium 1.-1QD pounds, last seen in Wrenlhani. Alta.; branded on right shoul- der. ?E5.00 reward per head. Notify. F. B; Henderson, Alta. _ ______ coming four years; grey marc, coming thvce; CREDITORS AND. CLAIMANTS i the estate b( Ilobeil Chapnis, late of the City of t.ethbridge. In the Province of Alberta, farmer, de- ceased: Notice !s hereby given ihat nil per- black mare, four white legs, w strip on face! coming four; black geld- On thigh of Win. Jliloa, Barons. AHit. I.eft thigh of horses. Hlght jaw of horses. pir head reward. Noilly ing, coming th-o- 'bay Oscar Strand, Wrcnlham, Alia. blnzed Facs, half Pcrchpron and half coming three; all i branded on right shoulder. Ite- I of per hcnil for recovery. Jas. Tabtr, I" Cattle brand on right ribs. Weir, Matinasln, Alta. 79-25 old, righl thigh brand very iinor: ivhite hind feci, white strip on fitcc; ivirc ciit 011 luft front foot; bay gelding. 5 years old, two, white hind foci, white left eye; bay mare, i years old, vruite fnce, left front foot wire cut; uli branded as cut en on right ihigh; per her.d re havlnr HMrnS" upon the ;vard or the aboT-o-namod Robert Pease, Milk Kivcr, who died on the 13th day of Novcni-_______________________________ her, 1319, are required to lllo with REWAltD for recovery the undersigned hy -llh day of "lack mare, weight wlilii May, 1030, a full alR'.craeiit, duly veri- strip down lace, br.mdcdon le; !iedr of their claims and of any secur- Uiigli, small rupture; one Irj: Hies held by them, and thnt after that i geirtinK. bald In. date' the Public Administrator will i MMfl liind feel, branded on ri distribute the assets ot the deceased jgggU Ihlgh as out on left, and among tho parties entitled thereto, j ,Usu on rJBht baring regard only lo the claims of Bs cut on forei0p cut which noilce haa been so filed or M0n; One Wack gcldms, which hayc been brought to Its know-' ledge. heft thigh of Isnrses: On right (high of borac3. On leCl shoulder o[ horses, llordon. Iron Springs, Alta. Ou left shoulder. liun AcXroyd, Jlngrath, Alin. IENDERS'VANTED Dated thia ISth day of March, THE THUSTS AND GUARANTEE COMPANY, LIJIIT1TD. Public Administrator, 220 JSighth Avenue Wcsl, Alberta, Canada. U. A. Howard. Manager. MACKENZIE MKSZIB, l.ethbridge, Aliierta. Solicitors. Apiiroved: (Sgd.) J. A. Jackson, Ad X .l.D.C. MONEY TO LOAN On Farm Ltnd Quick Service J. W. WOOD 4 SON Room 6, Stafford Block. j For cleaning off weeds, double dise- R H on left shoulder, roaclicfi ing, rlrillins Into wheat, about acre.- manc last fall, two white hind feel, i around Henderson Park, notary Oluii. snip on nose, and star on lorctirail. care of .1. c. liass. weigbl 113 Herald. Hold and advise llox Slt-0 oiOlaTch from tlaloy. JS.OO reward per head for return. dark grey r-olts, four years old, weight about 2.800 pounds; two blacks, seven and eight years old. weight about 2.IJOO pounds. All branded 27 on right thigh, forelock no! roaclic-d, Itrnnded an left Mp. Onn bay rnaro, branded on ihc Tell ?hoiihh'V as cut on Ilits loft. brfinrtof! on left Kiilti as cut on riKiit. _ Ono n-il cow. one.1 red hcilfnr one red cnlf: tho above i fill F'IK uoHcp iniU-SH arc (viihin tixr; tinin' Iirfsnrlbt'fl, they will lie ac- cording to law, J. If, (JTH'lK. Tractor Cylinders Reground spccialhe, In regrlnding Irftclor cylinders and titling overside plslona and rings. We have in stock at present orcrfiie pistons for all populnr makes ot gas trnctom. Aulo Cylinders Reground N1VEN BROS. 215 1r.t Avc. S. Phone 17S2 flr.ase Notify W. LOWE Phone 1603 ;