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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. APB1L THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE THIS IS FARM MACfflNER' WEEK-HE mi! HELP YOU SEEL-BUY OR EXCHANGE ALL KINDS OF FARM IMPLEMENTS, ETC. FOR SALE (AgricuknnQ (ConHomt.) HAY AND ALFALFA FOR SALE We In a pwiUon to 7on attnuttre prices on all of kaf md lor immediate fSSETOBL SIMPSON 8c CO Whalawle Hay Dealers. (Car lots Phono Its. 6 Oliver Block. 1KB MILK RIVER (From Our CutntfaaOml) mix. nCOK. _____ tor Eprter on Thurs- day and will reopen on Monday, Apr. "h. Missee Lorina and Lenore Swiawn eriefcrated their Mrthrtay oo Thura- day March 24 by Ifcelr friends at a dance at the Mteol. HAY AND SEEDS Flnt eattine alfalfa. It pars to faod fresh, sweet nay to yonr horsw Timothy, Blueyrtnt and bay Gnus and (Halto aecds, oats, seed and feed, cuMa or IMS. Onr aerrice aatiafleB. FARM PRODUCTS, LTD. POULTRY FOR SALE tlm 14) Me. and lira, Etna rstninM lui aitor wintar tut. A, due? Mil held at the Two- lttoea actual on AjirH lit. Supper ti) bo Mr, UnwaeM la In cluuze oC tlie Lumlwr Mr, Turn- Mr. ami Mnt. Trad Norrta a number of their triaods te- a house party ou Friday lllu Kathleen VcCarUn on Fri- day to spend tee Kaater holidays with hw parents at Maclaod. Her nelce, r for E22 Kth St. A. North. 94-t FOR PiyraoBih Rock cockerels, and each. West- Bros. 744 FOR 3ALE Roso Coml) Black Min- orca eggs hatching, IB for Apply A. G. Spence. 369. Phono 428 or 1096 Coaldale; p. G. G. Agents. Lethbridge. 1153 OATS No. 2 C, W. Banner, 43 IDS. 100% germination. Car now unloading. Spe- price on application. F. O. Hyde Co., 1142 FOB would trade for a suit- able automobile, part or all ol the fol- lovlng: One 10-20 Titan tractor; one P. and 0. plow; one 10-foot engine double dine; one IB-foot McCormack drill, douMe dine type; one Overland car. All tbe above in good shape. hare ttree drams of kerosene; hundred tnahels of ewd ftax; one fan potatoes. Would consider land id Me LethDrtdgo Northern district. Ap- FOR Tom Barron, 282 egB strain S. C. While Leghorn eggs, 16 J. E. Biker, 12 for J1.75, 100 for J10.00. Coaldale. FOR Rhode Island Red eggs, especially cared for, for hatching, per hundred. R417. Iho holidays. Mm. Donald Mansfield and baby re- turned to Lethbridge on Tuesday. Const, Hidson, and Mr. Vealo ot Warner, were business visitors in town on Saturday night. Mr. Bllert, sr., returned on Thurs- day after spending tho winter at Spokane, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Moire entertained a number ot their frkmds at a party on Wednesday evenlne. An Easter concert was given by tho United Sunday school on Easter Sun- day morning. Mr. and Mrs. James Smith returned Phone home on Friday after spending 93-6 FOR bred White Leg- horn eggs for setting, I1.2B for 13, de- livered. Apply Mrs. P. James, Gen. Delivery, Tost Office. sUty egg incubator; also Rhode Island Red cockerels. Ap- ply 1012 llth St. South, phone 1810. 94-1 BARRED., P. tor hatch- iug, good winter layers. for 13, infertiles replaced. Steedman, 1424 14th Ave. A. S., Phone 92-G _ FOR per setting. Martin Regal Dorcas strain. C. Robinson, 313 18ta St. ply Bd. Kennedy, care Lethbridge eggs, 1093 TIMOTHY HAY Also ALFALFA both first and Second Cutting. Prompt Shipment. Hitnr ij tie time to order. Write win or phone na. Lowest quota- tions on OATS' Satisfaction guaranteed. Smrafen Hay Grain Co. Lethbrldgo. Phone 732. FOR SALE USED TRACTORS One 10-20 Titan in first, class condition. Price One 12-25 Avery, in good working shape. Price One 12-20 Holder, thoroughly overhauled. Price Will accept four or six good, young, well broke work horses In trade on any ot above trac- tors. MART McMAHON, Lethbridge. Alta. 1017 94-12 FOR BarrecTRock experimental station stock, Det- 100 eggs Coleman Son, P. O. Box 309, Lethbridge. 91-6 FOR WTarnioUiTegls for hatching, S2.50 per setting of 15. All infertile Gggfi replaced free. L, 0. Kane, 1404 14th ATC. S. P. 0. Box 112 city. ________________73-0 FOR Leghorn Baby" chicks, thirty dollars per hundred. Foundation stock the best Tom Darron could or would send out ot England. Appleton Bros., Proctor. B. C. SS-28 FOR Pure Bred Rhode I-'and Red hatching eggs, both single end doublt combs, for 13 eggs, at house. Extra charges for delivery. Also setting hens for sale each. Wm. F. Fetter, 318 7fh Ave, Phone 1962. south. QUALITY HATCHING That will bring results. B. P. Rocks and R. C. White Leghorns. Two good strains that are bred for looks as well aa eggs. Sasitfactiun guaranteed. Eggs per 15. Tuber Alta. L. B. Duncombe, Box 22. FOR RosiTcnmb Rhode Island Red eggs for hatching, from good laying exhibition stock. Book your order now. Eggs ready at ?4.00 per anil 9 (-hicks guaranteed or replace at halt price. Member of Lethbridge, Calgary, Edmonton, Medicine Hat and Brandon Poultry Associations. I. Eir.- merson, 314 15th St. N. f'ity. 1 few days at Lethbridge. Mra. Joseph Schwartz returned on Thursday from a trip to Lethbridge. Mr. Montgomery, of Lethbridge, was a business visitor in town for a few days during ilr. Walter Quinn returned on Sat- urday after spending the In Lethbridge. Mr. Warren returned to "Warner on Monday after spending Easter at his home- Mtss Smith left on Friday for Ed- monton, where she. will attend the teachers' convention. Mrs, G. N. Giles returned on Friday from Lethbridge. Mr. William Madden returned 'on Friday after spending the week at Lethbridge. Mrs. Warren returned on Friday rom a visit with1 net Whittalter, at Warner. Mrs. C, A- Hunt returned on Tues- day after spending the Eastertide at Calgary and Lethbridge, with her daughter, Mrs. Becker. Mr. B. Baines, of Taber, was an Easter visitor in town with his bro- ther, B. E. Baines. Principal Springbet left on Friday to spend the Easter holiday at Ed- monton, where he will attend the teachers' 'convention. Miss Morris left on Friday to spend Easter at her home in Medicine Hat, leaving on Monday for Edmonton to attend the teachers' convention. Mr. and Mrs. Kclley have moved into tho Brown house vacated by Mr. Barrow. Mr. Stewart Thompsov. returned on Monday after spending the winter at Strathmore, Ont. Mr. and Mrs. J. .Tochem and son Warner, left on Wednesday for a trip to Lethbridge. Mrs. Max Neilsou has been visiting her relatives in Lethbridge for the EGGS tho umlcrinentioned members of the Lethbridge Poultry Association, wish io announce that we arc in a The ethics of the SWAP are very simple and easily learned. Everyone, more or less, has one or more articles of furniture, orna- ments, pictures, tools, etc., for which they have no use, but which, as It were, cumber the ground and are being continually shifted from pillar to post, from cne room to another, and are perhaps finally rele- gated to the attic. Each year at Bring cleaning time they are redis- covered, brouoht forth, dusted, anS put back, with the remark that "it's 3 good thing we have an attic to keep all this stuff and perhaps a mental vow to get rid of day. Or again, you may have no superfluous furniture, etc., but may wish tti change what you have for a different pattern. Now Is your chance. As we have before remarked, "never neg- lect a swap." A small ad. in our new "Swap Column" will notify people for 25c that you have some article you wish to exchange for something more useful to you, and it Is a pretty safe bet that someone needs just what you advertise. And say, while you are.about it, why not go over those gramo- phone records you no longer play and see what others you can get in exchange, by advertising them? The column will open on Monday. Don't be shy. We'll give you a box number without extra charge if you wish it. AND DON'T FORGET, NEXT WEEK IS SPRING CLEANING WEEK. 8 cents per line (count six words to a Minimum, 25 cents. Six for price Df four. Strictly payable in advance. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS SPIRELLA COR8ETIERE For Appolntmtfltt Phone MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. S, Cor. 14th St. 28-26 PRIVATE HOSPITALS MATERNITY NURSING Experienced Maternity Nurse, has pri- vate room for ladles pending and during aecouchment. Torms moder- ate. Mrs. Selby'629 12th St. N. GLASSES CORRECT FAULTS Hare you ever realized that tile lon- ger you neglect your eyesight the more serious it will affect your future health and efficiency? Nearsightedness Is terrible affliction, which can be rem- edied irith the right kind ot glasses. J. M. HENDERSON. Care Wright's Jewelry Store. THE VAN HAARLEM Private Hos- pital, 1224 7th Ave. 8, Phone 746. Accommodation lor deal, medical and maternity pa- tients. Private nod rooms. Rates 130.00, IM.M and (33 a week. Write for Information to Mrs. M. E. Van Haarlem, aiperln- tendent. MUSIC MISS AILBBN M. Pianoforte Playing and Theory. Fupili enter- ed for the examination at the Royal Academy and Royal College ot Music, London, England. 100 pei; cent. last year successful. MRS. W. H. ot Piano and Theory. Pupils prepand for the Toronto Conservatory oc Music exams If desired. Annual spring recital. Studio, 123S 5th A South. C. J. FERGUSON, ORGANIST OF Knox Church, is prepared to take pupils Jn piano, organ or vocal. Pupils prepared for examinations. For terms apply at studio, 412 Sth St.' south. Win. Klrby returned from spending tho at Lethbridgc, ou Mon- day. Mr. Grady of Warner was a busi- ness visitor in (own on Monday. Lawyer D. IT. Elton or Lethliridee, was in town on business on Monday between F. H. W1LKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST 1J7 Bth St. S. Oppoelta the Empreii Phone 1958 Residence Phone 1937 past week. Mr. and Mrs. William Schwartz i baby son returned on Saturday LOST AND FOUND i Mention THa H Haley Colony, in June, 1530, one Jersey cow, about 3 oM, branded on left thigh Henry Walter, Raley, Alta. mare, white faee_ Und legs, branded on right jaw J16 reward for retnm of same 3116 Sth Aye. N., Lethbridgc. head, 4 year old horses. branded left shoulder. Reward per head for information I leading to recoyery. W. Muir. Hotel. Regina, Sask. 92-12 nTy farm, one iron dark bay gelding, weight pbovt each. Brands indis- tinct. OwMr may ha-re same by pay- kW (or AM advertisement. Write, P. B. Jl, City. after spending the winter in Mr. Locker, of Lethbridgo, has beeen visiting in town for the past week. The Women's Institute of the Liml school district gavo .in Kuster hard times dances on Easier Monday. The room was filled with eager pleasure- seekers. Good music was furnished and a good time given all. The first prize for the best hard times costume of the ladies was awarded Mrs. Wm. Tolley; tho gentlemen's wont to Mr. position to give the public the benefit J. Jochom. A delicious lunch was of years of experience breeding high i served at the conclusion by the ladies. class poultry, the kind that fill the egg' basket and win at "Alberta's largest shows. Many high class specimens' will be hatched from these eggs, worth many times the price we ask for the setting. As each breeder's flocks are small only a limited num- ber will be available. Please book your order early an in many cases last year we were unable to fill. Barred Bros., 303 6th St. South. Rose Comb and Single Comb An- j H. Lewellyn, 1252 Sth Ave. I south. Rose Comb Rhode Island Geo. Jones, 1609 9th Avenue South. Single Comb H. Bndcr- ton, SIS 15th Street North. White and Columbian Wyandottes F. Bricrly, 1815 Sth Ave. N. BLACKIE (From Our Own Correspomleun BLACK IE, liar. Mis? Edith Fretlcll. who In taking the, eleventh grade at the High River High school. is spending the Easter liuliilays with her parents nurlh of Blackie. Mrs. George Fisk was the hostess at a dred pnrty at her home Salurilay last. at which a number of yonni; people burses hari been sic-k. and inoculation was deciiio.1 on as a precaution. A farmer in the Barnwell district becom- ing alarmed, wrote tho department that over two hundred of tbn Noble had died, and consternation was arou.sed at Edmonton, a? a result. Mr. Talbot wired Dr. Hargraves at Medicine Hat. hut that official was in Ottawa, and his assmtant furnished all the' available information, to tbe pn effect that riders were out. anil that DUlLLK fifteen hoives among those running ail winter hud (lied, mostly along HIP river, but these were very poor and thin, and otherwise there was no cause to The liarnwell farmer wais called up. ar.d reiterated bis state- ment, whereupon Mr. Talbot posted off in hasli! to Tabor, to find no ex-1----- PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. FARRIS Suite 4. Acadla Block. Phone 1618. H. McfJ. YOUNG. A. D. cher of voice, piano and theory. Stmients are provincial and domin- ion medalists. Easter recital ir, Harper's Hall on Fridaj evening. April 1st at seven-thirty. Advanc- ed pupils at eight-thirty. Studio llth SI. south. CLEANERS AND PHESSERS THE in French dry cleaning. are the oldest cleaners in the city. We use the genuine French system, which cov- ers every spot and eliminates pos- sible lujnry to garments, giving high class results. Special attention to country work. 324 6th Street South, Phone 5S12. Collect and deliver. GUNSMITHS REPAIRING! WELDING W. N. KUTH. PHONH 792. Corner 1st Ave. and 10th St. S. PIANO TUNING c.itement whatever us expected. A lo- cal garage furnished a ear and driver. After dainty ro- cal garage furnished a ear and driver were served. l''inil near Uarnwcll another party was in Wednrailav tills) week. wno expecieu .1 tjuui. itui. .inci eclnl train of Masons from! few questions, it developed that tbe liver Is expected io arrive report bad no foundation. The gov- Smoke REWARD Wtr tatormaUon Iwdtng to recovery Mack coming 4 years tod OB right thigh. H. P. Tabw, on Merlon 1-9-17. MT rmofh Mtlfhoast l( Coa4date, Mh of March, 1 sorrel kaM-Caotd weight 14W ifawled on left hip. re t nnl for kitnrmatlon leadiae school :i j Tow and ban practis-j horo fllnco hlfi return. A fow er.scs of Influenza, ;ir.-, rnmninn j amonc horaoa in tho running out nil winter, had occurred, and (he Ndhlo nwinh in IJie doctor to two himdrtrf and fin A nimplft provc-ntalivo. Ac- oordinfi to ofllclal of the rancb, two PPVENI Skin Troubles by Daihj Use of Cuticura Make Cuticura Soap and Ointment your every-clay toilet prep- arations. Bathe with tho Soap and hot water on rising retiring using plenty of Soap, best applied w i t h the hands. Smear any sinus of pimplps, rcdnrw or rouRhtioss with the Ointment and let it remain live minutes before bathing. Finally dust on a few grains of the ex- quisitely perfumed Cuticura Tal- cum, it takes tlie phiee ol' oilier perfumes for tlie skin. SMp25e. Sold 344 Si. .Si.. W.. WHY RUN YOUR LEAKY RADIATOR TILL We Need the Water for Irrigation HAVE YOUR RADIATOR RECORED BY ANDY The Rarilntor Man. 4th Ave. Behind Silver Grill. ASSOCIATION OF ARMY AND NAVY Veterans in Canada, Lethbriflge Unit No. 34 Veterans desirous of. joining tho above association, can obtain ID- formation and application forms from tile secretary, L. Leigh, P. O. DOT No. G, Lethbridse. PHOTOGRAPHER DORIS 1. It. Pho- tographer, developing, printing, home-portraiture, etc. 1211 Third Ave.nuo South. PUBLICATIONS LATTER DAY SAIN'TS publications, at Cardston. 1. M. Coombs, Deseret News Agent. VAUXHALL PLEASED -''Numerous of en- Olliry ;i-" lieinj; received from e.nlsiile piiliils in every mail by those wiio placed their adH ili the Vnnxhall panes issued liy the l.etiibrlilf.e. Herald re- ecntlv. Ill-dulls will be. many ami i I'Ytim it Va'-nhall .Kspalrh Io iho llcrtlil.) AUCTIONEER Farm sales romturted in any part of tliii province. PETER LaVALLEY P. .1. McSwaln. c-n DmvfOry hand .otlibridst-. tMioiio JSOO. (inwna mntic of snft.. lirjivy. dinginjr silks tltnt fall into linn-- arti much in nviilniu-o, 'Hioso ROWIH; iirti (MiibrotdPnul with jot, chwnlli- or trimniurl with 1ml tin- appoul of tlio gown litifl in tlio I and tlio fabric. ;