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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDKY, APRIL THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY PAGE 1HIS IS FARM MACHINERY WEEK-WE Will HELP YOU SOI BUY OR EXCHANGE ALL KINDS OF FARM IMPLEMENTS, ETC. FOR SALE HAY AND ALFALFA FOR-SALE We are In a position to quote jou tcry attractive prices on all classes of nay and alfalfa immediate ship- iuujnt. Phono, wire or Ttrite. KENNETH R. SIMPSON CO, Wholesale Hay Dealers. (Car lots ?.93. (j Oliver Block. Lothlirlilge. 3155 HAY AND SEEDS. First cutting alfalfa. It pti.rs to Toed fresh, Bweet hay to your horses. Timothy, Bluejoinl unil hay. Grass and alfalfa flfled-s oats, seed and feed, carlols or less. Out' service satisfies, FARM PRODUCTS, LTD, Coaldale, TJ: G, C. Agentn. TOnOXTO, Muf. sUmlinK vote thn Federation of Womev Teach- ers' associations of Ontario decided yeslnrdny to join the Canadian Teachers' Federation. This decision was reached after a stirring uddrusn froiti Miss JJ, S, Arhuthnot, vice-presi- dent of tho .ifisociutiuii, who had a delegate to a conference at Calgary hist July, presenting her report. One of the principles involved in the fed- eration will the right of collective bargaining, instead of (ho toucher con- liniiiiig to be an individual as at pres- ent. v The question oE cumulative sick pay No. 2 C. W. Banner, 43 Ibs. 100% I is to PC dealt with Canadian termination. Car now unloading, Spe- federation. At present a teacher is cial prico on application. If. O, Ilydo! allowed 20 days off each year. She Co., Phone 1244. 1142 may not be off duty a single day ono over Bight, in the drafting of the lejls- the salary of the chief Justice of Canada incrcaied but at j the ftamo time" was made liable to j income tax. Thus in effect his salary reduced. The present motion will I remedy tho nitnatlon. I ESMONDE STILL ON BOARD THE Will Stand For Right of Collec- tive Bargaining in Their Profession VANCOUVER, Mar. O. T. Grat- (LH Esmrmdo, the alltyjod agent of the Sinn Fein who was refused admlB- fUon to Australia aud'rotnnnid to Van- c.ouver on the Ma.hu ra is Ktill on hoard that vessel. An inimiRration was lo liave investigated his case this Ksmondc requestetl, an mcnt in hrder to enable him to pro- cur6 flbunsel and this was granted. Thf! enyuiry will prpbably take place this afternoon. double disc; one 10-toot McCormack drill, double disc typo; ono Overland I car. All the above in good shape. Also have three drums of kerosene; one hundred bushels of send flax; ono ton potatoes. Would consider land In tho Lethbridgo Northern district. Ap TIMOTHY AIsT) PRAIRIE HAY Also ALFALFA both first and Second Cutting. Prompt Shipment. Now is the time to order. Write wire or phone us. Lowest quota- tions on OATS Satisfaction guaranteed. Saunders Hay Grain Lettibridge. Phoiie 732. n years. Tho Canadian federation also con- Leiniilates the appointment of a board of reference to settle disputes be- tween teachers and '.rustees. Additional Judge for Saskatchewan Provided OTTAWA, Mar. Press.) minister of justice hay given notice nf a motion in toe bouse pro- viding for the appointment of an ad- ditional judge of the court oC" king's bench for Saskatchewan at a year. The motion stipulates thftt the act providing for the exemption of certain judges from the "operation n[ certain tax-a" shall- not 'apply to tlie chief justice ot Canada. Tho latter part of thn moliou seeks lo correct an anomaly which lias ex- isted since judges' salaries were in- creased last session. Owing to an FOR SALE USED TRACTORS Ono 10-20 Titan in first class condition. Price J900.00. O Ono 12-25 Avery, in good shape. Price Sl.ftflO One 12-20 Heider, thoroughly overhauled. Price S85fl.wri. Will accept fnur or six good, your.p. will broke work horses In trado on any of above trac- tors. MART McMAHON, Lcthbridpe. Altji. 1017 .j, .j. LOST AND FOUND fwii.n RcfllvFni 1920, ono Jersey vmv. 3 old, branded on left, thigh Henry Walter. Raley, Alia. 'fiui Tttlnd legs, brnnded on right jav Slr> rowni'd for return of otll Ave. K, Lcthbriilgo 4 year old horses. n branded left shoulder. 515 per head for information j leading to recovery. W. ,Muir., Queen's Hotel, Region, Sa.-k. one iron I grey, and one dark bay Aiding, weight about, 1.200 His. each. Ttrands indis- 1inct. Ownei1 may havr- piinie by pay- ing for this advertisement. Write; P O. Box 22, City. For information lending in n of lilaek mare, coining 4 years branded on right thlsli. II. P. Addy, Taber, on section l-il-17. __________ PTUA my ranch, southeast of C'oulflale, of .March, I sorrol hnld-facod mare, wciRlit HOrt Branded on left ?10.00 rr- for infornuition loailii.K (o .1. 31. Harryman, Phor.e CUTICURA HEALS TROUBLE JnPimplesOn Face, Itched So Had To Rub Them. Burned and Hurt. "My face was a mass of pimples and I had an unusual amount on my forehead and chin. They were hard red and later they came to white heads. They itched so I would rub them, and then they started lo burn and hurl. "I an advertisement for Cnti- cura Soap and Ointment and tried them and found they helped me. I purchased more and when I had used three cakes of Cuticura Soap and one end a iialf boxes c-f Cuticura Ointment I was completely healed." (Signed) Miss Anna FyalkapCarrolla, Wash., Dec. 6, 1919. Give Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Talcum the care of your skin. SoipZSc. Sold throughout the Dominion. Canadian Depot: Limjtti. 344 St. St.. W.. M.ilrttl. Soap without mut. Committee Also Asked to Make Provision For Such Men on "Western Farms OTTAWA, Mar. H. Pyper of St. Agatho Desmontes Sanatorium, and a representative the invalided tuberculosis soldiers' welfare lea- gue, submitted resolutions to the spe- cial parliamentary committee on sol- diers' civil re-establishment this morning, calling for increased allow- ance to discharged tubercular pati- ents; continuance of D.S.C.R. pay ami allowances until pensions payments commence; examination of all dis- charged patients by a board of ex- ports aiid medical supervision of tubercuiiU1 .students in vocational schools. On Jjolialf uf patients in western' sanatoria, he asked that on' Uominiou lands, who through recur- rence of war disabilities, were com- polled to eiii'er hospitals, should still bo considered by the government as resident on lands as far us fulfil- ment of residential duties were con- cerned. A communication was received ask- ing the extension oC the government insurance to veterans of former wars. T-hia was tabled until the committee takes up insurance. Read All About Them In order to supply what we feel is a long-felt want, we are opening on Monday, April 4th, a new classified acl. column, headed "SWAPS." Next will, or should XYoek, and in this painful but nun voidable process doubtless you will conic across sev- eral pieces of furniture, pictures, ornaments, books, tools, spoiling goods or other useful and ornamental articles "which you would like to SWAP for something else. A small ad. fn. our SWAPS Column .will bfcng j.bouL the result. "When you dust the g'-amoplione just run tho records and -take out those that you ar-3 and list tlirm in tho SWAPS Cblunm for exchange. Don't limit your activities in this respect to spring cleaning week only, but make a regular practice of swapping records and your selection always fresh. Get your ad. ready for Monday. -Office U S a.m. 8 ccritS per lirje (count six words to a Minimum, 25 cents. Six insertions for price of four. Strictly payable in advance. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS SPIRELLA CORSETIERE For Appointments Phone 1942 MRS. MARTIN I 1321 10th Ave. S., Cor. 14th St. S4--6 I MATEnXITY NURSINW xperlenced Maternity Nurse lias pri- vate for Indies ponding and during accouclimniit. Terms nioucr- ale. Mrs. Seiby 529 llitli St. N. __ PRIVATE HOSPITALS THE VAN HAARLBM PrlTtTiT pftul, 1234 7th Ave. S., Jjethhrtdgi: Phone Accommodation for tar Rltisl. medical ana maternity pi lients. Private and rooms. Rules 530.00, J33.00 and a week. Write for information lo Mrs. M. E. Van Haarlem, snpcrlrj teiulenr, MUSIC GLASSES COlinECT FAULTS Have you ever realized that the lon- ger you neglect your eyesight the more serious it will affect your fjturu health j and efficiency? NearsiKhteduess is a terrible aiTHetion, which can be rem- edied with the. right kind at glasses. J. M. HENDERSON, Care Wright's Jewelry Store. MISS AILEEN M. FlanoforK Playing and Theory. Pupils enter od for tua examinations of the Royal Academy Royal College o.' Music, London, England. 100 __cent, last year successful. MRS. W. H. o: Piauo and Theory. Pupils prenarw for the Toronto Conservatory ol Music exams If desired. Annual spriug recital. Studio, 123S uih Avs, A South. C. J. FERGUSON, ORGANIST Ol Knox-Church, Is prepared to tak< pupils in piano, organ or vocal Pupils prepared for For terras apply at, studio, 412 St. south. H. McO. YOUNG, A. D. rher of voice, piano unrt theory Students are provincial and domiu ion medalists. Easter recital ii Harper's JIall 011 Friday evening April 1st at seven-thirty'. Advunr. cd pupils at eight-thirty. Studio 62i nth St. south. ST-i j CLEANERS AND PRESSERS F. H. W1LKINS I SIGHT SPECIALIST j <2? 5th St. S. Opposite tho EmprosJ'[ Phone j ReaMence Phone 1037 THE In dry cleaning. We are the oidesi cleaners In tie city. We use tht genuine French nys'lcic, which cor era every spot and eliminates TKH sibla ijjtiry lo garments, giving htgl c-lass results. Special attention t< country work. 324 6th Street South uuue lSj.2. and deliver. GUNSMITHS Ceremonial Unmatched in His- tory of U. in the Cathedral Vault BALTIMORE, Jlar. greal- j At question time in tho house thi-; j I afternoon, P. F. C.jsgrain. (.'harlevfiix- Moiilmnrency. informed that monthly rcpurls on tin; holding foodstuffs in roM slonm'j litruntrhout Canada do not indicato any "hoard- Employees Today Against Seven Years Ago Otlmr annuuncynienls in reply tc I questions were. IJoUreen August 1, 1919, and Jan- uary 1, 1920, the government, received 2G resolutions, elc., from western I provinces disapproving of the Canada (wheat nonrd, and in same period no resolutions of approval. From as August 1. to January 1. j tlie government received M1 approTnl? i of the Canada wheat board ami no disapprovals. PUBLIC! ACCOUNTANCY INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. FARRIS Suite 4. Phone 1616. GUNSMITHS barrels stialghtened, guns reslocfc i ed. grin vrork done by a gunsmith; keys made. locks repaired, hicycles; j typewriters, phonographs, any lighl i machinery repaired; lawn mowen eharpened. D. E. Macdonald, Indlss i Motorjycle Puone 1031, 6tt Street, opuosito Herald Offlco. DECORATING BOILER REPAIRING WELDING W. K. KUTI1. PHONI3 702. Corner 1st Ave. and 10th St. S. PIANO TUNING Decora, tors. Panerliansers and Painters; General Deccratlnsand Sign Writing. Estimates Blrsa The oldest established painters In Lethnrldeo. Res phono 1472; office phons 17S2. Sherlock Bids., Leti brMira. Alberta. A. Decorating and phone 090, Oil 'stt Avenna South. in.( OTTAWA. Jlar. Press.) national payroll, or that part of it which depends upon the payment of salaries to civil servants through- out the Dominion lias expanded by i inure thali Hl'ly per cent, in the. names it contains today as against This was shown hy a return tabled in the' house AYednes'day in reply to IUICK-] lions asked by Dr. Peter McGibhon of I By Usins Muskoka. The totfl number of em- j DR. WOOD'S NOHWAY PINE SYRUP est assemblage of church dignitaries pioyccs in Hie various departments of: ever niassed on this continent the civil service in Dr. ticldini; ever massed on this continent attend-tlie civil Kervice in in-. i tickling in Mm throat BOIIMII- ed tlie funeral of James, Cardinal was informed, was slightly over aistrfssinK and canoes Gibbons here today. In thn g'feat pro-1 HOn. At, ihe fiid ol' that number u nasty, irritating, drv thai, not cession formed for the pontiii- j had increased In '17-000. In this in- j you in misery all day lone, G. II. Player-Piano and Organ Repairer: i 20 years' factory experience. lion- ours Certificate M. T. Assn.. London, i England. References to the leading; musicians of the city. Pnonj lies C27 10th Street South. t ELECTRIC SUPPLIES" Klectrfc and Power Contractors i rhono 1332 More About the Board of Trade Report havn really ajl excellent job printing'." Those arc the words of the c.raclc design civ. illustrators anil engravers, Hrisdons, ot Winnipeg, 1 Jin i ted. after a of the Typographical appearance of tlie Annual HP- port of the. Ijcthhrklge Jioartl of Trado just issued. Tim booklet was produopd in tlie Job Department of The Leth- liridKR Herald. cial .rnquiem mass were numberless j crease was included thn war depart-j ]JUt. also invvcnts ymi enjoying u srood priests and the mitred heads of a; ments. suc'n as pensions and soldier j night's rust. settlement boards, air board and sol- br. Wood's Norway Pino Syrup, (tiers' civil re-establishment, wiiich j which is composed of tlio most sooth- among t.heni have; about ln.000 employ-1 ing and healing expectorant herbs ees. The did not show.J.any and barks combined with ilin lung- of salaries paid ill the two j healing virtues of tin; worlil-tY.mou.s hundred dioceses. A. number nf '-opi-e- srntatives of Caiuidinn ehu 'ere in the great gathering. dral of tlie Assumption oi ed Virgin ilary. on tjie he.. ?r- looking the city of the iM.'uinui's birth, also lay delegates nipre- sonting Catholic organizations, diplo- niiitie "Washington and many pennin (lifCering in united in iheir love for the liuud church man. They fame lor a ceremonial un- Tiiati'hed in the ecclesiastical history of the ['nit.ed States. For in addition to all the honors that thn Unman! churfh in Anicriea could on a. servant old and tried.! there bestowed upon the deiid a gift from tho Vatican. In re-1 cognition OL the dead jirelatc-'s itrrt to liie church, the pope decreed j that the Gregorian choral society of I Hi. Clary's seminary should sing at: today's mass a solemn Gregorian funeral of sovereign ruler of tlie j funernl of a snverifiii ruler of 409 5th St. S. l.ethbrlrtse j Farm Lighting r. Specialty i I Ccntractors for Work of Carrtston "'emple i WEST CHANGED ITS MIND ABOUT THE WHEAT BOARD BRAND REGISTER r, or norses, PetB Engleson, Taber, Alta. G2G THE MISERY OF Removed by Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound. and GiK1. n bol.tlo only by 'D.. Limilod. Torni FARMERS! When in need of any TRACTOR Repairs it will he to your inter- est to try US. We have sn up-to-date Machine Shop and employ only first-class Machinists. Satisfaction in price and workmanship. Tractor Cylinders rerjrour.d, ant! fitted with over-size pistons and rings. NIVEN BROS. 216 1st G. Phone 1732. E. L. Copeland J3. R. Ken! Phono 1003. Phone 1541 THE PYRAMID DECORATING CO'. Interior Decorating and Paperfcauglni a specialty, Satisfied customers our aim. ________BIG 12th SLjtonth.______' JOSEPH DAVIDSON 1 DECORATOR Established 1P09 years' experience Li Exterior and Interior Decorating 967 13th Street South Estimates free. Res. piiona 110' ARMY AND NAVY ASSOCIATION OF ARMY Veterans in Canada, Lethbritlge Uni1. o4 Veterans desirous of ioinfnj1 tlia above association, can obtain in- formation and application formr from the secretary. L. Leigh, O Box No. G, Lothbridge. PHOTOGRAPHEn in Meaford, Unt. took Lydia ic t-Inirch in ihe slstino chape! I Compound for i llllllllliFl'lFlllfllflniiTTnl backache, and I also k, an hour before lb< CUSTOMS SALE BY TENDER TEN'DKTIH addressed to the iinder- pigneil will bn rec'civcid at hi.s oflicn at Lothbriilge, Alta.. until noon thn Jlth day oT April, KI21, for tho following property forfeited under Die Cur-loms laws, viz.: Ono Knrd TouriiiK oar, online num- ln'ir to h'.' soon nl, tho Motor Haler. (JaraKc, Kethliriilgi-, Allinrla. on acceptanco of Tender. Thn h night ribs catllc. Lett ribs of caUlc. Left llilgh of hordes. nine. Ity nino oYl time, si't lor thn ceremony streets sui1- rounding cathedral wens crowded j with clergy and laity. At ten o'clock thf( whole city dropped for a minute in res pec t to a man it! Itail numboreil among its must dis- lingni.s'iod t-itizeiis. .Most of the- space insult the enfhtv dnil was ailotterl lo tlie clergy and iulniil.faiH'o was by iicke-t, Cardii.al Ciblimis is ibn scvenlli niiary ;'f t.lio chui-i-h to be buried in die callifdral vault and In bim was north sidi; had a female weak- ness. 1 fe.lt dizzy and nervous, and was without energy, j I had to force myself to do my work, and was always tired. Saw a I'inkham ad- i vei'tiscment wliici) j induced inn to take the Vegetable Com- pound, and my back gradually stopped time K. .T. P. O. Box 121 Itayniond, AHn. IpfL tln'sli. nurses. All Ktock eairyinir these lirands tho llch. Ighest in- any Tender not noc- property of Thomas JuilKun, Taber, accept nd. Alta. tliiKh of Iiorsort and caltlo. Online-tor of t'listniiiM. Ifert llnlman, Taber, Alia s in 1S7L'. Arclihishop Spalii- bnrieil lliore. INSPECTOR GUMMING HEADS TEACHERS OF MANITOBA -Miu-. If. Cu mm ing, of Tcnlon, Man., was .elected president of tlie Manitoba i lOilucaliouai association for ihe year li'lll at, this ir.oi-ning's RL'Hslon of thn six I cent li annual i..in- vention. An iinpiirtiint resolutinn ad- vocating a more rigorous lest for im- seelcniK iidiuissi BEFORE AND AFTER aching and I felt, lighter in spirits, f am recomfnendiiiK tho Vegetable Com- j pound with jilcaruro to all I meet who i complain 1. Jiu.'" BKOOK, j Meaford, Out. Woman's Precious Gift The OIK? which she should most, ously guard is her health, but she often neglects to ilo so in season until .somo ailme.nt iwculiar to her sex IIIIR fastened itself upon her. When so afTccicd women may rely upon Lydia K. I'inlt- hnin'fi (-oinponnd, A remedv llmlta WM wuiui.-rfulivsuo.v.ssful in 'V. W1" "lr restoring Iwnllh lo wnmen. 11S WI'M If you Imvo tlu- slighlost, ric.uhl (hat T.yclia R Pinkhmn's Com- fnr will help you, write to Lydia R Pinkhnm Medicine Co. '.I M fur wan I'd RIM1' IIIIKHIOH to Cilll lllnllMlll jTlculllm: 1 [ill f Tlir'i Maw. for Your louci ao.y ami on llio lit will bo opened rea.i and answered by LAWFORD WELDING CO. woman, and. hcWI in i t Opposite Lethbrlclgo Hotel. WHY RUN YOUR LEAKY RADIATOR TILL SPRING? We Need the Water for Irrigation HAVE YOUR RADIATOR RECORED BY ANDY The Radiator Man. Ave, Behind Silver Grill. IS THE TIME TO SEND FOR YOUR FRIENDS. from Poland, Rumania, Czecho- slovakia, Jugo-Sl.ivin, .incl other points; -ilso from British flnrf Scandinavian ports. Si'i' US ri'liiUvCS Knlli-sl "'nvr- flilh' Kivu nil bolli inituari! ;ii'd HARRIS ROSSITER Dlock. Phcnc AUCTIONEER Farm CDH fine ted in any t, irT jmivjiirfl. PETER La VALLEY .1. Clerk, iMlibridS'1. VA UXHALL PLEASED IclI'M'S "II- liy IhiisK lln'ir ads hi IlilRi'S Infilled -I' lt-- !hn llorrilii I'i'iillv. KiMlilli; will I'" main- ;