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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAnr FTfiHT THR T.FTHRnTnftE DATIA'' 111511 AI.D, SATURDAY. APRIL 3, 1020 AVEOKIOEDJO W]m 10 WORK Delegates Back From CaJgary Report -- Interview With Com. Armstrong and tUe golf ntlcks brouglit out. A meotlng oi tho Coleman OoK Club was held In tho bank ohanibers on Tuosday evening, March SOtli. A rpvlval of | golf ia lookeci for this season. I Quite a number have already ex- i preBaed fheir w!.n delegation. The delegates unloaded, read the minutes of the previous; LhlHtjKlUvjh everything. They spoke appreciating-i meeting, also the financial statement I __ ly of the manner in which Com. Ann-1 for 131!). The president spoke of the jn the matter of'the estate of Oscar strong received them. They were' part the IT. F. A.'s had taken In the Forest Coover, late of Coutts, in w6ll received as is seen by the fact distribution of clothing, etc.. which. the Province of Alberta, faimer, that, in all they were accorded a seven � had been supplieil through the dif- deceased: hour interview. Elvery aspect, accord-1 ferent organizations and the safe-i . NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that Ing to tho delegates report of the i guards needed so thiit only the needy j all persous having claims upon "the es-pecuHar situation, was touched upon.' would have tho ad'.antages of the ^ tate of the late Oscar Forest Coover, From each of the reports given by; things donated. j ^vho died on. or about the ninth day the delegation it was quite evident! The ouestiou of binder twine was ! of January, A.V>., 1919, are required that the government had no other al-|left over until the next meeting. to .=end to' Kenneth George Luke, tern:itivc if contracts were to be mado i It wa.�i al.�o reported at the meeting Sweet Grass. Montana, or to llic un-and kept, than to acknowledge the 1'.; the freight rales on all seed for this der.signed'Solicitors, on or before the M. VV. of .A.. CommiKsloner Armstrong; spring will be Go per cent, and cert!- I7th day of .Alay. A.D, lifl'O, a full spoke "favorably of a Canadian union ficates could be proctirred from the V.'] statement of their claims and nf any and even eicvressed the willingne.Hs! F. A. secretary for members who ' securities hold by Uiem, duly verified, of The government and operators to' wished to got seed at reduced freight .Tud that after that date the stVd' Ad-negotiate with such a union if there rates. ministraior will proceed to distribute was one. The present situation was -------------- ; the asset.-; of the deceased among the only a temporary expedient is what I; NEW YORX HARBOR STRIKE ! parties entitled thereto, havinj; re-:� gathered from the reports. : - i gard only lo the claims of winch 110-1 :\lr. Fail-burst made a strong plea ^ XKW YORK, April S.-Traffic in � tice has befMi filed with the said Ken-, for constitutional authority and fell i New Y.-^rk liarbor was still curtailed neth George Luke, Administrator of I ih�t to oppose ihe order further was! to meeting but a mi>oting of miners Xo'"'suudprstanding in orders yesterday; decision was come to as the meetingP'""'*''^'"''^'^ �" workers from j was adiourned until the morning at ; �'"'"'"S the strike. I PORTLAND-HALIFAX- LIVERPOOL From Portland From Halifax Canada......Apr 17...........Apr IS MONTREAL, QUBBEC-LIVERiaOOL Megantic .May=22 Canada ..June 12 Megantic .June 19 Megantic .July 17 White; Star Line . NEW V^K-LIVERPOOL ^ Cedrlc ----Apr 10 Baltic ----Apr 17 Oriana ...Apr 24 Celtic ....May 15 Baltic ____May 22 Celtic ____June 19 NEW YORK-SOUTHAMPTON Adirialic ..Apr24 Lapland ...May S NOTICE Notice i.s hereby given that the following animals were impounded in tha ViUaKe Pound at Coaldale kept by the undersigned on the Sth day of March, 1920: One black gelding, age about three years,-white spot on fore-head, branded on right hip. One bay mare, age aoout three years, white star on fore- _ head, branded' on xlgjit lore leg. Black sucking colt at side. One bay maro, age about three years, white stripe . on face, two white hinll feat, bi-auded on left hip. One bay gelding, white star on face, two white . spots on __back, branded on right shoulder. . 0>ie aged white mare, with mouse-colored colt at side, no brands visible. ' One aged white gelding, KraiidBU on left hind leg as cut on right; also branded_ on left shoulder as cut on tne _ left. One bay gelding, left fore leg .white, white star on face, branded on left shoulder. One bay mare, abouT four years old, four white feet, _____ white stripe on face, branded on right shoulder. Take notice that unless these am- ^ mals are redeemed within the time' prescribed, they -will be disposed of according to lav,'. J. n. GIBES, 95-Ih Poundkeeper. ^ddijipjial Classified Ads. ' , (ConUnuod from Page Three) . ' v  ; SITUATIONS WANTED (Whan: Jtgplyljig I^taiitlpn .The Horaid) WANTm5-;-^OfHc"o asiTsTftnt, able to take shcirthand, deslreJi position. Apply P.O. Box ITS/Fernte, B.C. . . � 92-6 WANTBD-t-By married couple, situation on farm for summer. Tavo children, youngest two yeats, Qood references. Apply P.O. Box 27, Magrath, Alta. , . , , . 92-6 CAPABLE OBTICE MAN OPEN TO ; ACOBPT POSITION Thoroughly experienced, and competent office man is open tb'accept position with responsibility. Has organising and excCtltive ability, and bus excellent-" references. At .present engaged Inclty, but business changes leave him free to accept position requiring iultiattve. if Interested, write Box ]2o-Herald, 0-t-12 LOST AND FOUND (When "rtcjilji'ng Mention The Herald j STRAYED TO MY PLaCE-O- heifer, branfled oil "lett shoul der. O-wjxe^'jnay have same: b> paying cxpen/^�  �^ 4>        4> > I ? � '> ? HAT  i \ 46. tons ot baled kIMt*. Ap- -To my, place, rod muley cow, branded' I U., on left ribs; also blacH ind wliitexiow:, branded 110 Own'er may have sanle by i>aying expenses. -A. MiJir, Hardleville, Alta. _ . . 95-6 LOST*-:Bast. ot, Lethbridge, one tall, bald-faced librse, in. good condition, branded 0 62 on right ,Wp. 15.00 reward for Information leading to recovery-of same. Apply Joe Healy, corner 7th Ave. and Slst St. S. , ' " 92-6 It will be a mutual aflTantaga^ to owner* of brands It they were to place sams betore all fanners and ranchers 80 that atrajr stock could recognized and retairned promptly. A few dollars a month wlU carrv thbm in tho Daily and. WaeWy Herald.. brand^gister Oo right ihoolder At MttI*. ea rtght hottld*r �t horaaa. oyd CeififBa � NnMoa. Mir On left thim. at horut. mad on left hip of Mttle. O. t, Lathrop. Telaphona lia Right rib* ot catthi. 1 MAIL CONTRACT SEALED TENDERS, addressed to! the Postmaster General, will be received at Ottawa until noon, on Fri LOST--three head of horses, fSp9 '-mdodoti left thigh as cut ifiKffl on. right; .one branded Smm '�iji-Tight thigh',as..-cut ou .^.lw I piie-ear cropped. ' $10.00 re-..e'r head. Clarence Mclvaughlln, Iron Springs, Alta. 92-i STRAYi^-:-T6 nTy"fann, to�f miTei west of Spring Coulee, one bay maro, about eight years old, -weight about 1.2.50 pounds, short tail, old wire cut on lett front foot, tvo visible brand. Owner please claln^ 3ame..,R. D. Talt, Spring C'ouleB, Alta. ' ' 93-6 Right shonldar. Rtgbt thigh of-honek r'D. Peterson* 1816 6th Are, A. south. Phone 1274. 1� Adriatic ..May 29 Lapland ..June 12 day, the 7th May, 1920, for the con-Adriatic ,.July 3 Olympic .,July ,S veyance of His Majesty's Mails, on a Apply any Kailway or S. S. Agent, or Company's Office, 286 Main St. Winnipeg. CP^OS TO From West St. John, N,B., To Api, 9..Grampian .Havre-London 10..Emp. France ..IJvorpool 16. .Scandinavian ...Antwerp 20. . Pretorian ...... Glasgow 23. .Minnedosa ____Liverpool 24. .Metagama ....Liverpool proposed contract for four years, four times per' week on the route botv/een Lethbridge and Turin via Picture Butte and Iron Springs, from the Postmaster General's pleasure. Printed notices containing further information as to conditions of proposed Contract may be - seen and blank forms ot Tender may be obtained at the Post Ofllces of Lethbridge, Turin, Picture Butte and Iron Springs, and at the office of the~Post OfPice Inspector. Post.Oflace Inspector's Office, Calgary, March 2Gth, 1920. D. A. BRUCE, Ad H Post Oflice In.spector. PROPOSED SAILINGS 11 o'clock. The men belonging to the Infernal- i lonal Coal and Coke Co. have decided ! to go to work. j Golfers Meet The curling stones arc pai;kpd away A Breakfast Food In Granular Form Different from the ordinao'' prepared cereal in rnany ways. Grape'^Nuts is baked for twenty hours, has aveiyl'ke- , able, nut-like flavoii is easily digested and is particularly worth while because of its staunch, health building qualities. , GrapeNuts needs no su^ Tractor Cylinders Reground We specialize in regrlnding gas tractor cylinders and fitting oversize pistoiLs and rings. We have in stock at present oversize pistou.s for all popular makes of gas iractors. Aulo Cyiinders Reground N^VEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. S, Phone 173P 1 NEW YORK-LIVERPOOL I K.A. Vic. Apl 24 Carmania' ..Mayl.^, ! Vauban ..AfaylS K.A. Vic. May 23 I'JEW YORK-CHERBOURG AND SOUTHAMPTON Mauretania ...................Apl 21 Mauretania ..................-May 22 linperator ...................June 19 Maurctaiiia...................July Z NEW YORK-PLYMOUTH-CHERBOURG AND SOUTHAMPTON ___ Pyl George Apl 14 Ryl George .May l!;j cut un left. Ky! George Jun ;i" Ryl George Jul 2S NEW YORK, PLYMOUTH, CHERBOURG AND LIVERPOOL C;annania ...Vi-llO Cnronia ..:\Iay22 Caroria.......................luue 26 [ NEW YORK-GLASGOW j vi.i Movllle I'Columbia. Apl IT Columbia .May22j Columbia ..luly ;! Columbia .July.Tl NEW YORK-PLYMOUTH AND tenders Sealed tenders addressed to jof. Gil-tespic, Chief Constaljle. City Police, Lethbridge, and cnilorseifTcndcrs for Police Uniforms," will be a-eceivcd up to noon on Thursday, April Tt'.i, i;>'jO, for Sir. ((1) Tunics and Si-t ((il Pairs Pajits for the Police Departnionf. Specifications mailed on application to, tho Chief of /'olice, tlie lowest or any Tender not nacesfiarily accepted. _Ad_B impounded in "cardston i pound One black xnuley heifer, two .voars old, branded on riglit ribs One red steer, two years old, branded on rigiit ribs as cut on left. roan heifer, two years old, branded on right on right, ,.. ''^Sj '"''*"''cd on left ri): HON, P, E. BLONDIN The CaiiadJcin PostmaBter-Gencra!, who wants to raise the postage rate? on newspapers. Please Notify W. LOWE Phone 160? HAMBURG Saxonia....................... .Apl 10 NEW YORK-PATRAS, GREECE Paiuionia ......'...............Api 10 PORTLAND-GLASGOW Cn.ssaiulra .....................Apl 2-1 MONTREAL-GLASGOW Siituniiu ..?.Iay .S Cassandra .May 29 .S-.Uurnia ..Iinn; 1'.; C-A-ssaiuira ,iuly 3 Ilr-jfls, .Money -Orders an.' Cable Keniif tancoH. For full inform.-.tlon apply to any R. R. and S. S. agents, or to Com pany'B Office. SCOTT BLOCK. 270 Main St., '^'innipep notice Notice is hereby given that the following animals have been impounded in the Vill-Age Pound at Coaldale on the 17th day of '.March, 1920, by the undersigned Poundkeejier: One chestnut gelding, one ^'^j white foot, mane and forelock not roachoci, branded on left r^IsM hip. One hay mare, branded on the left shoulder as cut un the ml lefl. One red .'-leer. branded on left side ?s i:ut on tlK* right. Ont^ rod cow, one red hpifoi on'' rcrl steer c:iif; t!;i! ai)ove aro all branded on llu.- riglit r^c-fiaC Tfikfi notice l!i:it unli''-:! tlie.-n- Vciii !niils arc re'Jceni'.Hl wi;liin tljo (iiuei lircKCi-ibed, they will be disposed ol' iu:-cording to law. J. H. GII3HS, 9C-Ih Poundkccpor. LOST-^he brown mure colt, two years old in May. little white ou hind feet, roached mane, and docked tail, branded on left thigh. Finder plo&se notify Pete , Erenko, T21 12th St. N, liethbridge, and receive reward. _^�11? STRiVYi5r>^ne bay mare*four years; one sorrel gelding, eight years; one dark bay, no white- on it, aboutj,400 pounds, last seen in Wreutham, Alta.; branded on right shoulder. $25.00 reward per head.____ Notify F, B, Heriderson, Barnwell, Alta.___._______ STIlAYEiD---One grey mafe, corning four years; grey mare, coming three; black mare, four white legs, white strip on face, coming four; black gelding, coming two years; bay geldiug, blazed face, half P-ercheron and I ^^j^ljt half fUyde, coming three; all i^Sl branded on right shoulder. Re- |JS|bjI -ivsiTd of $5.00 per head for recovery. Ja:5. Ballantyne, Taber, Alberta. 95-3 tiOST-^Black mare, 4 years old, righT thigh brand very poor; two white hind feot, white strip on face; wire cut on left front foot; bay gelding, T> years old, two: white hind feet, white nose, p!nk left eye; bay maire, 4 years old, white face, left front foot wire cut; all branded as cut on right on right thigh; .$5 per head reward for infoAnation leading _ to recovery, Fred Pease, Milk tliver, Alberta. 9*-12c ST IlVy liTlJ^To^ Ihc'Vran'lic^^^ Tlugen. Enchant, Alta., section 31-13-20, west 4th, one black saddle pony gelding, weight about 900 lbs., white spot on 1'orehoad, also ou nose, one white fetlock, on left hind foot, lame in front foot; no visible brand. Also, ouo.brown gelding about 4 years old, bran find -K-- on loft-hip, white strip on forehead, white fetlock on hind feet. Above nientioried horses came to this place about October 1919. ___  _9]-Ih �20.00ifjiWARl.) for recover.v""'T--''^ black mare, weight l.GOO, whit-strip down face, branded on lei thigli, small rupture; one ba; gelding, bald face, two liind feot, branded on thigh .as cut on left, and | also branded on rikht.shouldei j as cut ou riglil, foretop cut ]_ weight 1,400.; one black gelding, ed R H on left shoulder, roached mane last fall, .two white hind feot, snip on noso, and star on forehead, ueight 1.400.. Hold and advise Box 119 Herald. .S!i--0 'l/J.S'i'--Four'gBldin'g8',~o'ir'March SSth", from llajey. $5.00 reward per head for return. Two dark grey colts, four years old,,weight about. 2,S00 pounds; two Idacks, seven and eight years old. weight about -,G00 pound.i. AH branded 27 on right thigh, and also branded- on left shoulder ! iis cut on right; one black hag iTregu-Ifir wliite inurlciug on face. Thes?! Iior.ses arc probably headed for the i'AwM. ranch, or Kirkelty rancii. Finder notify H. S. I'^lock, � Ualey, .^Itu,, o.-jjhono Rural 103, t;ardston, Alia. ....... 9,--(i On rlKht, ihouldKr ot horses. Rewara giv�n. H. O. Rolltf, ,Wrea-tham, Alta, 25 Oa left thigh. "^bert IiOl)Ml��r, Iron Iprlufs, Alberta. 67-52 On left thJgti of horses. Wm. MilM, Barono, Alta. 59-26 Left thl�h of horsen. Right Ja-w of horses. $10,00 per head reward. Notify Oscar .Strand, Wrentham, Alta. 72^215 Cattle brand ou right ribn. ij. ,-5. Weir, Maslnatiiu, Alta. 79-2? |2|^ Iveft thlih of horses. � On right thigh horses. On lett shoulder ot horsas. (.rcjrge Gordon, Iron Springs, .A.lta. 85-2(3 On left shoulder, iMuiion Ackroyd, Magrath, Alts, SO-2'i TENDERS WANTED For cleaning off woeds, double discing, dri'Uing into wheat, about 50 acres around I-Ienderson Park. Rotafy Club, care of .T. C. Bass. , 92-3 TENDERS For removal ot 50,000 tons of coal from mine to railway, distance of one milo. Federal Coals, tiethbridge, Alberta. 92-fi "T^sSTm^uSd^ IN DAST POUND right I One dark grey mare, four yesrs old; two dark grey geldings, three year* old; one mare, about two years old. (Signed) JOSKPH GILTjBSPIE. 94-0 Chief Cou.stable, NOTICE OF CHANGS OF NAME .NTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha't "The Kenny & AlHn Company, IJrait-ed," a body corporate, has applied to tho Registrar of Joint Stock Compau-ioK for the Province ot .Alberta, to liave tho name of tho said Company changed to tir.t of "The Stokes Drug Comjiany, Umitod." Dated at Lethbridge, Alberta, this 30th day of ^faJ'ch, A.D., 1920. The ICcnny & Allin Company, Limited. Hy: MacICenzie & Menzie, its Solicit-ovs. Ad C Kemit by l^omlnion Express :\loney Dominion liicpress Money Orders arc-- , Oi'der. If lost or stolon you get your on sale in five thousand offices moni.'y back. throushout Canada. ?412 ;